Northfield High School - Rambler Yearbook (Northfield, VT)
- Class of 1933
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HISTORY OF NORTHFIELD HIGH AND GRADED SCHOOLS
What is now Northfield High School was first established in
1870, and was the successor to the Northfield Academy, chartered
by the Vermont Legislature in 1846-this being the first regular
higher institution of learning in this valley.
The Graded and High Schools opened in September, 1870,
with 313 pupils, Marshal R. Peck, A. B., Principal. Its charter
was granted in 1872.
The school was then housed in one building-consisting of
seven main rooms, used by both high school and grades. In
1904 it was found necessary, on account of crowded conditions, to
enlarge the school facilities and the present High School, a com-
modious brick building, north West of the old school was erected
and the High School removed to its new quarters in 1905. The
number of pupils at that time was 135. .
This school has ever been served by able principals and teach-
ersfthe principals being as follows: 1870-72 M. R. Peck, 1872-
75 A. R. Savage, 1875-76 Eben Smith, 1876-78 A. W. Blair, 1878-80
W. W. Prescott, 1880-81 A. A. Shaw, 1881-88 J. M. Hitt, 1888-89 I.
P. Booth, 1889-90 A. L. Jones, 1890-91 H. O. Aiken, H891-92 W.
S. Spencer, 1892-93 I. P. Booth, 1893-94 A. F. Booth, 1894-96 W.
E. Hurlbut, 1896-00 C. A. Plumley, 1900-03 H. H. Kibbey, 1903-
06 Duane L. Robinson, N906-07 A. J. Borst, 11907 Miss Prudence
Stickney, 1907-09 G. S. Wright, 1909-10 E. G. Baldwin, 1910-12 J.
M. Tebbetts, 1912-13 Joseph Weintrob, 1913-14 H. B. Bryant, 1914-
18 R. A. Eaton, 121918-19 E. H. Eastman, 51919 J. J. Finnessey,
1919-29 J. J. Finnessey, 1929- J. N. Erickson.
'kPart of a year.
NORTHFIELD, VERMONT. JUNE 1933
Annual ijmr Zfinnk
Northfield High School. Class of Nineteen Thirty-Three
We the ciluss of l955, clctclicate
this Rambler to the memory! of
our stuunflm friend und login
Desiring to produce a book which will merit the success
of its forerunners, we present this "Rambler"
in order that a new interest in the school
may be awakened in our readers and
that the class of '33, in the
years to come, may live
again those happy
N imteen Thirty-three
President ,... .......
Vice President ,...
Editor-i n-chie f . .
Associate Editor ,...
Literary Editor. , . , .
Advertising Manager ,....
Secretary ...,... ........
A dvisors ....
. . .Allan Sherman
. . . .Bruce Peach
. . .Allan Sherman
. . . . . Alice Lansell
....... .Aurelia Field
. .Agnes Falzerano
. . I . . The Faculty
NORTHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
When We, the class of '33, entered Northfield High School, everything
was strange and diflicult for us, so much so in fact, that we wondered how
we could ever get through the four hard years before us.
But our teachers soon changed our point of view, for, with their in-
finite patience and sincere desire for our good, we found that the road was
not at all hard to travel. Each one of them helped' us with our studies,
patiently over-looked our faults, and encouraged and stood behind us in
all our activities.
Our class is about to depart from Northfield High School, but before
we leave, we want to thank the Faculty for their hearty cooperation and
goodwill. It is, indeed, with sincere regret, that we leave them.
N indeen Thirty-three
THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1933
After four years of hard work, the class of '33 is about to depart from North-
Held High School. Although some of us are glad to leave, for the most part the
'class of '33 looks back fondly to the day when, Hlled with awe, we entered the
portals of N. H. S. Our new environment and different conditions greeted our
'eyes as a new land greets the eyes of an explorer. However this soon wore off
and we found ourselves Sophomores.
We delighted in the reception which we gave the "Rocks," gloating over the
expressions of terror written on their faces. During the year most of us took
part in the operetta "Tulip Time" which was under the supervision of Mrs.
After a year of pleasure and enjoyment, we became juniors. Our class
being in a rather sad financial condition, we found a few ways to make money,
-one of which was a small play. We ended our Junior year by giving the Seniors
This year we found ourselves the mighty and dignified Seniors. It has
been a year filled with many school activities. Another operetta, "The Tea
House of Sing Lo" was presented under the guiding hand of Mrs. Whitney.
Our class has been well represented in basketball, baseball, and debating
and has thoroughly enjoyed its last year in Northfield High.
We now bid farewell to N.. H. S. to make room for the juniors who will take
our places, and we hope that they will enjoy their last year in high school as
Ninefeen Thirly-ihree 13
llonor Roll fl. 23,435 Basketball ll,2lgMz1uagt'r Basketball C4JgCl10erlcader C373 Treasurer
Cl, 37 5 Assistant Editor Rambler: Assistant llead Manshalg Debating 1413 "Baby Steps 0ut"g
"Tea House of Sing I.o"g "Tulip Tim0"g "Riding Down the Sky"3All-State Chorus 141.
This laughing senorita is a girl that is liked by everyone at N. H. S,
She is always ready and willing to do her part, and no matter how peppy
a gathering is, her presence always makes it more so. Whether she's
doing Latin or cheering at a basketball game, she does her best.
Cluirus ll, J, 1. wg "Killing Down the Skymg "Tulip Tllllttlil "Tea House of Sing Lo".
Every one of us in the class of ,33 likes and respects our Dot and we
would have missed many pleasant moments at N. H. S. if she hadn't
been there. She is always pleasant and cheerful no matter what she is
doing and is always willing to help anyone who needs assistance. Al-
though Dot does her tasks in a quiet way, she gets them done and done
Vliurus 1.6, 433 "Tea House of Sinn Lo".
Although Marian has been with us for only two years, every one in
the class ol' '33 has learned to like her quiet, modest manner. Her more
intimate friends appreciate her sense of humor and her ability to see the
bright side of every situation. We are sure her friendly smile willbring
, her a good number of friends-
Chorus ll, 2, 3, 43 g Glee Club Cl, Zlg "Tulip Timc"g "Tea House of Sing Lo".
This dignified young lady seems to have all the makings of a good
stenographer and seems to be very much interested in that work. But
she does not give all of her attention to serious matters for she is always
ready to have a good time and is a welcome addition to any gay group.
With hergoodsense and precise way of doing things, we are sure she will
be a success.
fl, 3, 5, Mg .lil-State Chorus tell.
miss him very much.
Gleetflub ll,l..5. -llg .Xll-SlI1lK'f,ill'll'llQ 13, 411.Xll-Stzitcflrclicstm KS,-llgMa1'sl1ul 1-H5011
chestrzi fl, 2. .G, -lug "Tulip Tiiuc-
This petite blonde violinist is Senior dignity personified. By her good
work in the orchestra and glee club, she has done much for the class of
'33. Although she will be remembered by all her classmates for her
calm good nature, here's a tip: Don't mention her addiction to "cuffs",
If you don't believe us, ask those who have tried it.
Secretary fl l Q "Riding Dowuthc Skyng "Tulip TllllL"iQ "Tv 1 ll vusx- of Siu 1 l. J"g t"l rrus
History class just wouldn't have been History class without Willie.
He always has an answer ready-sometimes even before the teacher has
stated the question. Whether the answer is right or not is getting away
from the point. That winning smile of his has acquired for him many
N friends-not excepting the members of the feminine sexf-and we shall all
Nineteen Thirty-three 1 5
Basketball 147 3 Chorus il, 2, 3, 43 5 Glee Club CZ, 3, 43 g All-State Chorus 13. -all, "Riding Down
the Sky"g "Tulip Time", "Tea House of Sing Lo" CPri lxa' ipallg "Her Busy Day".
"A friend in need is a friend indeed," is a saying which certainly ap-
plies to Larry, for he is always ready to help if needed. Every one at
N. H. S.likes him and the members of Latin Four regret that they have
not seen more of him in that class. "Better late than never" is his motto.
Chorus ll, 1, 3, 413 "Riding Down the Slcyug "TulipTi1 ricf "3 "Tea House of Sing Lo", 'tller
Busy Dny"g Basketball 4.5, -tl.
Good-natured, happy-go-lucky, and carefree-that is Leah. In
her kindness and willingness to do what is asked of her, she has placed
herself filmly in the hearts of N. H. S.
Not only is she a good basketball player but she is also an excellent
dancer. Occasionally she is seen practicing some new step.
Leah used to have a keen interest in brass buttons but lately certain ,
Freshmen have been very appealing.
C ln in. ll. 2.3,-173 Honor Roll KZ, 3, -Hg Debating H, 4lg George xvllillllilllllll Essay Contestg
State Orntoricul Fontestg "Tea House of Sing Long Bally Steps Out.
This sophisticated young lady has made quite a name for herself in
oratory and has had a chance to show her skill in dramatics,debatingand
oratorical contests. Aside from that, Clare has a great deal of talent in
music, as we found out by her good work in the Operetta. Every one
, likes her for her quiet, dignified ways, and we hope she will always win
her point in life just as she has done so many times in debating.
16 The Rambler
"Kate" "Hot Cha"
Chorus tl, 2, 3, 435 Glee Club IZ, 3, 433 "Riding Down the Slcyug "Tulip Time"3"Tc:1llousc
of Sing Lo" tPri:1cipul3g "IIer Busy Day"g "Baby Steps Qxllf-'QDCb2lllHj1f43QSlllfll'llifiOllIl
vi' I-135 Sevrc-tary 143.
Pep, wit, school-spirit, and sophistication combined is the best des-
cription we can think of for Catharine. The class of '33 will always
remember Kate for her ability as an actress, her good work in debating,
and her willingness to help the class in any way that she can. Her wit
has been highly entertaining to those who sit near her during a free period
in assembly and she has been given the opportunity to sit in several parts
of the room during the year.
f'lior1rstl. 2, 3,43gGlec Club ri, 2, 3, 4h g "Riding Doi x'x1 the Skyug "Tulip Ti 1i1mf" g"Te1i llousc
of Sing l.o"g Property Manager fuller Busy Dq1y"m.
This little boy has a yearning lor the city where men are men and
Women-well, they just don't count. We expect some day Woodrow
will invent a mufller especially designed for young students who feel the
need of a little nap in class. A boy with such good nature is always ap-
preciated and the class of '33 just couldn't have gotten along without him.
c'iim.g C1,2 3, 433 "Riding Dgwn ui: "Tulip Time,"
It is hard to End a girl who is quiet but who can be jolly and full of fun,
who has a fine character, but can he modest and dignified. The class of
'33 possesses such a girl in Agatina. Her school-spirit has been a great
help to the class- Yes indeed, we certainly have our "Betts" on you,
N inefeen Th i1-ty-three 1 7
C'lior11sl5,4lq"Her Busy Day"gMarsl1nl l4Dg "Tea House of Sing Lo",
And here we have the wizard mathematician of the class,whose pet
hobby is engaging the teacher in an argument. He is frequently seen in
the company of another very intelligent member of our class and we as-
sume that they discuss Trigonometry.
Glo.-l'l1ili!l.l..i. l11f'ill1I'.lSll,LS.-ilQflTk'ilt'StF2lMi. -llg""l'1ilip Time"g "Riding Down
the Skyng "Ten lflns-1 ofSi1i: l, i"g .Xll-State fjI't'il4'SlYLl 1.6, -U.,
Howard believes that action speaks louder than words. Who knows?
Some day we may have the honor of saying, "I went to school with How-
ard Dutton, one of the world's most famous aviators". Howard, we
know, is very much interested in aviation. Here's wishing you the best
of luck in it.
"Ten lloi se of Sing LO-ygcjilljflll-1 li, 42,
Thelma is one of those girls who are seen but not heard, at least that's
, what you think until you know her. And when you do know her you
find that she is animated and full of fun, and altogether a very pleasing
person to have around. Although she has been at N. H. S. fn' only two
' years, everyone has learned to like her very much.
Glee Club CI, 2, 3, 49 5 All-State Chorus C25 4l5 "Tea House of Sing I oCPrin1'ipal?5 Debating
C-H5 Secretary Rambler' "Baby Steps Out".
This budding "prima donna" is one of the most popular girls in the
class, and are we proud to have a classmate with such talent. But,
really, it's no wonder she is such a good singer, for she practices all the time,
and even has been known to entertain those who sit near her during a free
period in assembly.
Baslzi-Llxull 11. 3. 3, 'Up Rasa-lmall 11, -U5 Marshal L3, 455 Chorus CI, Z, 435 'tRidiui: Down the
Skyw -'Tulip 'rmiw
The deep sigh "If Sam were only here" has vanished this year, for this
bright young gentleman is back to fill our ranks and help make dull mo-
ments go faster with his witty remarks. A year abroad has only served
to brighten his debonair appearance and has reinstated him as the star
player of our basket-ball team.
Chorus C1.Z.3, 455 Glce Clulv 11,2535-1l5Ali-State Chorus 1455 All-State Orchestra C2, 455
Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 415 "Riding Down the Sky"5 'iTulip Ti xiia- "5"TCz1 House ofSii1g Lo".
Although Earl is one of those boys who usually are seen and not heard,
he is heard with pleasure doing his bit in the High School Orchestra. He
has had many friends in high school, due perhaps to his willingness to help
when called upon and we are sure he will make many more in the years
Chorus IZ. 3, 4l, "Her Busy Day"g "Baby Steps Out", "Tea House of Sing Lo CPrinc'ipalJg
All-State Chorus Hi.
If you want to find "Frisky" just go to the center of that group whence
come the merry feminine giggles. His wit has kept many a class enter-
tained until the teacher arrived and sometimes, when she came in quietly,
for quite a few minutes after. But all fooling aside, Lloyd, as Well as
being one of Miss Rogers' best students, has been very successful in drama-
tics and glee Club, and has thus proved himself an all round good fellow.
Chorus fl, Z, 3, 49, Glee Club 12, 493 Pianist f-15, "Her Busy Drl3"'QII'1lfi Klnrslul 1-iig Busi-
ness Manager Rzunhlerg Honor Student QI, 2, 3, 45,
This young lady is one who always knows the answer while the other
members of the class are still wondering what it is all about. By the
way, here is some good advice: Don't bother to argue with her, she's
always right. But there's one thing lacking in her long list of accom-
plishments-she's an atroci0us swimmer. During the first two years
that we knew Lois, she led us to believe that she was immune to the charms
of the opposite seX, but in the last two we have come to believe diiferently.
Chorus fl, Z, 3. 433 All-State Chorus 13, -U, "Riding: Down the Sky", "TulipTime"g "Tea
House of Sing l.o": Secretary of Riunhlerg Ilonor Roll 143.
"Reedy" is one of those girls that people can't help liking for she is al-
ways jolly and full of fun. But even though she is always ready to have
a good time, she can also be very dignified when the occasion calls for
dignity and this quality has endeared her to the hearts of the teachers
as well as to the pupils. We hope that "Reedy" will get the 'tFinast"
in life for we know she deserves it
20 The Rambler
Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 43, Glee Club CZ, 3, 45, All-State Chorus H, 43, "Riding Down the Slay",
"Tulip Time", "Tea House of Sing Lo "lPrincipnl5, Honor Roll fl, 1, 3, 45: Marshal HJ,
"Her Busy Day", Debating f3, 45, President Debating Society, Basketball IZ, 3, 43, Man.
ager Basketball, "Baby Steps Outf, Co-Captain Baskctl all 443.
Although small in stature, Barbara has demonstrated her versatile
ability to us by entering into every line of activity. Whether it's a close
basketball game, a debate, or a play, she always "delivers the goods."
Chorus ll, 2, 3, 43, "Riding Down the Sky", "Tulip Time", "Tea House of Sing Lo".
Quiet and unassuming, Christina works with perseverance at what-
ever task she has been assigned, always doing it to the best of her ability-
Though she is not especially active in the social activities of the school,
each member of the class of '33 has found Christine to be a good and loyal
friend and a jolly all-round girl. We know she will make a very ef-
ficient nurse and We wish her every success in her chosen career.
Chorus li, 2. 3, 43, mee Club mg "Riding Down uw Sky","TulipTi1ne'.
Here is a fellow Who, with his quiet, cheery manner has earned and
possessed the admiration of the class of '33. Studious and reliable, Ray
has never yet been seen with a frown on his face, and he is popular with
pupil and teacher alike.
Nineteen Thirty-fhrce 21
TH ELMA KEYES '
Chorus tl. 2, 43g "Riding Down the Sky", "Tulip Time", t'Tea House of Sing Lo", Honor
Roll Cl, 2, 433 All-State Chorus 543.
This bright-looking young lady is our star typist, in fact she is the star
pupil in all her classes and is liked by the teachers as well as the students,
because of her quiet and winning ways. She always takes an interest in
the business of the moment-even the Hutchinson trucking company.
Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 435 "Riding Down the Sky"g "Tulip Tin1c"g"T4:z1 House of Sing I.o"g All-
Statc Chorus 143.
This handsome young man is famous for his wise cracks, his tendency
to sleep in class, and his numerous mornirgs after the night before. But
when he makes up his mind to do a thing, the matter is settled as far as he
is concerned. The world needs young men like that.
Chorus il, 2. 3, -13gGIec Club il, 2, 3, -L3 g All-State Chorus C1,2, 3, 435 Orchestra C435 All-
State Orchestra 143, "Riding Doi i'i1 the Slay", "Tulip Time"g "Tea House of Sing Lo"g Mar-
shal C435 Honor Roll.
This young man who sits so quietly in his corner of the class-room has
provided the class with many an unexpected witty remark by way of en-
tertainment, and is one of the most active members of our class. Oh,
yes, he has a great deal of class spirit but he seems to think that the Fresh-
man class has its fine points too, and lately has been showing his interest
in that class during the Hfth period.
Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 455 Glen- Club Cl lg "Riding Down the Slay", "Tea Ilouse of Sing Lo" lBusi -
ness Managerjg Business Manager f"Baby Steps Out"H.
Donald is one of those boys who do things While everybody else is
just talking about them and he does them well too, although he is very
quiet about it. His efficiency in matters of business has been very clearly
demonstrated by his Work as business manager for the operetta and Senior
play. But don't think Donald confines his interests to business, for he
has recently shown a great interest in "French,"
Honor Rollql l. Z, .9 4-l:Pr:siil1'nt 6315Secrctary-Treasurer123Q Librarian Mig Literary Editor
Ranrlilcrg bluvinetiiry-Trczisurcr Fturlcnt Council, CIIOUFS 11, 2, 3, 455 Glee Club IZ, 5, 423
All-State C liourias 15. -ll: "Tulip Tiinc-"5 "Riding Down the Skyng "Tea House of Sing Lo".
"Even though vanquished she could argue still"
Alice! Oh yes, indeed, who is not familiar with her popular smiles?
They are so popular, in fact, that a certain lumber company has become
attracted, although We never knew before that "poplar" made good lum-
Rememl, r one thing Alice keep your smile and you are bound to Win.
Chorus fl, 2, 3, 415 "Riding Down the Sky"g "Tulip TlIl1C,'Q "Tea House of Sing Lo"g Mar
shal 1453 Honor Roll C-Hg All-State Chorus 145.
"And still they gazed and still the wonder grew that one small head
could carry all she knew."
Phyllis is a very demure but a very determined young lady and always
does well whatever she attempts. She is School Spirit personified.
With her cheery disposition she is sure to win success in everything she
does, and to get everything she wants-just at present she seems quite
interested in Austins.
Basketball 13, -ll: Co-Captain of Basketball f-113 Glce Club K3, 455 Honor Roll C3jq Marshal
Q-ljg Chorus 13,413 "Tea House of Sing Lo".
This modest young lady who always greets you with a smile is just
another reason Why gentlemen prefer blondes. Her good work in basket-
ball and her pleasing personality have endeared her to the hearts of each
and every member of the class of '33,
Base-lmll H, -llg Basketball C-U.
This boy with fire in his eyes IS one of the hi hl 'rms cf our class al
though he has been with us only two years. There are many things we
could say about him but he seems most important on the basket-ball
court, and many a much-needed point has been sunk by this enthusiastic
Scotchman. We are sure that his personality and gortd nature will bring
Chorus- ll. Z. 3, Mg Glee Club 13, 413 "Riding Down the Skyug"Tllli11Tiu1e"g"Teal House 0
Sing l.o"gUrclaestr'.1 L4J:Trras'n1-r lily lXI:u'sl1:1l I-Hg All-StaleUrcliestra13,-H.
And here we are pleased to present a Senior with the proverbial digni-
ty, and the appearance at least of not letting anything bother him. If
you hear a "humph" in a quiet corner of the room, it is only "Pop"Working
on a very deep problem in Physicsg because, whatever his weakness may
be, it isn't Mathematics.
24 The Rambler
Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 4lgGlee Club CZ, 3, 45, "Riding Down the Slay", "Tulip Time", t'Teu House
of Sing Lo", President Cllg Basketball KI, ZW, Vice-President HH.
This young person, although small, will always have a large place in
the hearts of the members of the class, for her cheerful and pleasant dis-
position makes it impossible for anyone to dislike her. But we can't
understand why she didn't honor the members of Latin four with a more
regular attendance. The only reason we could ever think of was that
she studied too late the night betore.
f'liorus rl, 2. 3, 45, Give Club ill, Orchestra CZ, 3, 455 All-State Chorus C435 All-State Or- 5
clicslru r3, 4lg "Riding Down the Slay", "Tulip Time" COrcl1estralg "Tea House of Sing Lo", t H I
Mursliull 143, Property Manager f"Daby Steps Out"J.
It doesn't matter whether Ralph is doing some task which Miss Rogers
has given him, whether he is playing in the orchestra, or exercising disci-
pline as a marshal, he does it well, and he has been very well liked for his
good nature during his career at N. H. S.
We don't know whether he is going to college or not but perhaps he
can get his M. D. at Berlin anyway.
Chorus fl. 2. 3, 43: "Riding Down the Sky"g "Tulip Tiinc-"g"Te:1 House of Sing Lo".
This young lady who appears to be so dignified is really very jolly, and
has a pleasant word for everybody. A girl like that is appreciated. When-
ever you hear merry laughter and excited chatter, you can usually be
certain that Sue is in the midst of the group from which the sound comes.
Susie has been a ready and cheerful worker during her four years at high
school and the members of the class hate to part with her.
chorus r1.1 A. 48: ui, 111,f- Rf-u'f1.1. 4.-llg"'I' K141 iioust-ofsiim 1.02 "TuIi11Tiz 111L" Q "Riding-
D1, ssx'11 thc Sify".
That "still water runs deep" is universally known and Arthur certain-
ly verifies the statement. He never complains of anything that comes
up and does the unpleasant tasks with the same spirit as he does the pleas-
ant ones, and by this perseverance has kept up a high scholastic standing
during his whole high school career. A boy like that is bound to suc-
chorus ri, 2.1. .ug "TulipTime"g "Tm, Hr iiis 1- of Sing 1. fi" 5 Mu i-f' lia1r4ag"f1er1susy Duyn'
Debating T f'L11 Il tell.
Although Anita is not very big, she lets the world know she is in it-
She has kept up a high standing in the class room during her fcur years
at N. H. S., has done much for her class, and has many friends-we think
that's some record. Anita is very fond of debating and often gets in a
little extra practice in class by involving the teacher in an argument.
Chorus 'l. 1.3.-Sl3Glcei'l11lz 1l.2,.i,4lg"Ritlil1Q Down thc Sky"g "Tulip TilllP"Q'ATl'11
House nf Sing Lo" Kl'rincip11ll: "Her Busy Dayug All-State Chorus fl. Y, 3, 455 Vfc'c--Presi-
den! ill: IlTPSlfll"l?I K-ll:PrcSitlc'ntFtl'fle'11! f'o1znc'ilg Editor-in-cliiff Ramblerg Class Marshal
37: "H..l'y 5151: U. T".
This long list of activities leaves very little more for us to say about
Allan. We might mention, however, that we have noticed several faces
on the left side of assembly light up when he comes over. Then, too, it
seems to us that he looks forward to the music festival just a little more
eagerly than some of the rest of us.
Chorus CI, 2, 3,-13.
Thelma is one of those rare girls who are seen and not heard.
She is very studious and demure in school, but she doesn't confine her interests
to schoolwork entirely. We believe she is fond of hiking because she has
recently shown a great interest in "Hills",
Chorus C1,2,3,4lgGlee-Club C1,2,3lg"Riding Down the Sky"g "Tulip Timc"g "Tea House of Sing
Lo"g Advcrtising Manager Q'LTea House of Sing Lo"lg "Her Busy Dny"g Stage Manager C"Baby Steps
Our"Dg Advertising Manager of Ramblerg Baseball 643.
Small in stature but very active, "Shrimp" is the business man of our class.
Whenever a business or advertising manager has to be elected, every one just
naturally thinks of Weston. His good nature and readiness to help have made
him one of the most popular boys in the class.
'4 The Ifrimbif
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
Une more year of work, play and companionship has carried us fthe class
of '34-P within sight of the goal. How unattainable seemed the dignified pasi-
tion of the Seniors on that day in September 1930, when we entered these portals
of learning. VVe soon adapted ourselves to the new routine in such a manner
that we had time for social events, activities, and true friendships.
As Sophomores, we wlecomed the Freshmen with a formal reception. Dur-
ing our secand year we strengthened our representation in outside activities.
And now as we look back upon our junior year, nearly campleted, we may
feel justly proud that '34 has been amply and creditably represented in Boys'
and C irls' Basketball, the Orchestra, the Glee Club and the Operetta.
As the year speeds us on to our goal We shall endeavor tn employ the same
caoperation and school spirit which has carried us thus far, in order that cur
teachers and friends may have only pleasant TIISITT-'JTl3S of the class of 1934.
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
The class of '35 has advanced half way up the ladder of its high school car-
eer. The First few rungs of this ladder may have seemed hard to ascend, but
now that we have almost completed our second year, we feel that our efforts have
not been in vain.
A few weeks after entering high school we were tendered a never-to-be-for
gotten reception by the Sophomore class. After this event was over and we had
discovered that 'fhazingn was not half so bad as we had been made to believe, we
began to enjoy high school life immensely.
In our Sophomore year we did our share in initiating the Freshmen, and later
formally introduced them into high school by a reception at the Armory.
We have taken an active part in all school activities and have been well repre-
sented in Basketball and Orchestra.
As the year draws to a close, we look forward with a feeling of pride to next
year, when we shall have attained the title of juniors.
, ....., ..,,,
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
In September, 1932, a group of excited Freshmen entered N. H. S. for the
first time, to claim the title of "Rocks" which the Freshman class of 1931 so gra-
ciously left us.
We are greatly indebted to the Sophomore class for a most enjoyable recep-
tion, which took place in the first part of October. Afterlthis pleasant event we
felt better acquainted with our schoolmates and the faculty.
Before the shock of term examinations was upon us, we had enioyed two
parties, the first an annual magazine party, and the second a Halloween party.
It has been our pleasure to contribute to many of the High School activities.
We assisted in the annual magazine contest, both boys and girls have reported
for basket-ball practice, and for orchestra work. One of our most pleasant
experiences has been working with Mrs. Whitney and the entire school in the
presentation of the operetta, "The Tea House of Sing Lo".
We were very much saddened at the loss of our dear classmate, Simmone
Dubois, who passed away March twelfth.
At our first class meeting we chose our class motto, "Labor and Conquer."
May it be our guide and inspiration to spur us on towards our next goal-Gradu-
The R 1 mbler
N. H. S. ORCHESTRA
This year the orchestra. was composed mostly of new ztilniliers, but we still
had seven cf our old members left.
There being a better assxrtmznt of instrurnents, the orfliestra was much
improved. Of course we must not forget thiit most of this was d ue to our faith-
ful supervisor, Mrs. H. A. Vklhitney.
Much time and energy we spent practicing for the contest number and also
for the All-Ftate Orchestra, in which only the older members played. We will
never fogat how many times Mrs. Whitiiey asked us to play the starch fi'i-
taiie over, so that we would be able to play it with a little "speed".
We have played at a number of outside entertainments and for High School
and Graded School graduation. We sincerely hope the orchestra will continue
to improve as it has this year.
Nielsen Thirty-three 33
This year another successful operetta was put on under the direction of Mrs.
XYhitney. Rice, cherry-blossoms, tea, adventure, romance. and even pig-tails
gave a veritable picture of China in the operetta, "The Tea House of Sing Lo".
Allan Sherman was an American electrical sign salesman whose cleverness
was t vo much for the very sedate Sing Lo, played by Gerald Beaudette. Agnes
Falzerana, the heroine, added romance to the operetta. Barbara Howd and
Clare Christmas made very cute Chinese girls, while Lloyd Fiske and Catharine
Connarn supplied the humor. Norbert Blanchette and Lawrence Cleveland
played the part of American consul and business man and Ruth Caswell was the
wife who decidedly dominated the latter. Put all these together in one per-
formance and the operetta turns out just as you expect it to-a success.
T he Rambler
After many weeks of good hard practice the Senior class of '33 put on the
traditional Senior play. This year it was entitled 'Baby Steps Out". It
was a great success, for we are fortunate in having some very good actors
and actresses in our class. Allan Sherman played the part of the handsome
young man who won the heart of Baby, played by Agnes Falzerano. Clare
Christmas was the older sister who, with her beautiful clothes and sophisticated
manner, was accustomed to outshine Baby. Catharine Connarn and Lloyd
Fiske played the part of mother and dad, and Semira Abascal, Barbara Howd
and Ruth Perkins were friends of Madge. VVilson Baker was a young boy who
lived next door.
All the young actors and actresses played their parts to the best of their
ability and the result was an excellent play, enjoyed by every one.
Northfield started hasketlwall this year alwout the last of November. Mr.
Erickson had five lettermen and a few subs from former Northfield teams with
which to work.
Northf1elcl's season was not entirely successful, hut it was far from a failure.
Many times during the year, Northfield showed much class and speed.
Many hard games were played and Northfield always fought to the end.
Morrisville . . .
Spaulding . . .
Alumni. . , .
St. Michae A...
Montpelier . . .
Morrisville . . .
Randolph . .
Montpelier . . .
XVinooski . . .
Randolph . . .
St. Michaels ,...
N. H. S. Opponents
CIR LS' BASKETBALL
Another basketball season overl Although the girls' team didn't come out
especially successful as regards wins and losses, they did have 'streaks' when
they played real basketball. Their lmig moment came when, after having been
defeated early in the season by Goddard, the Maroon and White overwhelmed
the Goddard girls lwy the score of 32 to 12. Due largely to the tireless efforts of
foach Erickson,'aided by Mrs. Erickson, when the girl's haskethall squad handed
in their uniforms they closed one of the most successful seasons since girls' basket
hall has hecrme a sport at N. H. S.
Scores as follows:
N. H. S. Orrcnerts
Goddard . . . .... 19 31
Alumnae 4,,. ,,,. I Z 4
Mont. Sem. ., ,.., 14 44
AlLl!T1I1Eli' .... ..,. 2 U 17
Randolph .. . ,,,,ll 8
Goddard . . , ..., 32 12
VVinooski .,.. ..., l 5 18
"v"v'illi11nst1wr1 . . , .,.. 18 6
Mont. Sem. . . ..,. 14 42
Randolph ,... .,.. 4 J 16
XN'illiamst'mwn . . .... I5 18
VVinooski .... ..,. l 5 23
Coach Erickson issued the call for baseball candidates early in April.
About 35 came out for practice which was held on Sabine Field. The first
game with Gino Rossi, a Freshman pitching, was played April 24, against Chelsea,
and was won by a score of 9-2.
We won the next four games in a row with Comi and Rossi pitching, and
then dropped two, one to Winooski and one to Randolph Aggies. The team
then hit its winning stride again and finished the season without another defeat.
The squad which made the trips, was composed of Perra, Legier, catchers,
Comi, Rossi, pitchers, Beattie, Flood, Diego, Porter, Wood and Neilson, in-
fielders, Bryant, McNamara, Blanchette, Matheson, and Fairbanks, outfielders.
With six lettermen returning, the prospects for another successful season
P LA CE
N. H. S. OPP.
T11 9 Rumble
Resolvedlll Debating season was welcomed with enthusiasm. To make
it more interesting we organized a society with Barbara, presidentgflaire, vice-
presidentg and Agnes, secretary-treasurer. There were two different teams
and occasionally we would engage in heated arguments about reducing the tan-
gible property tax.
First, our affirmative team went to Montpelier Seminary and won a de-
cided victory. But when the negative suffered defeat at Montpelier High
School, we were somewhat subdued. Our alhrmative team then won a 2-1 de-
cision over Spaulding.
Our two victories gave us second place in our district and entitled us to cle-
bate Poeples Academy to see which team would enter the state quarter-finals.
We lost by a 3-U decision and were thus eliminated.
It is Certainly true that there is no loss without some gain, for now we at
least know a great deal more about taxation than we ever knew before.
We wish the best of luck to the future debaters of N. H. S.
N Mcfecn Thiriy-three
Hallowe'enl "How can October go by without a Hallowe'en party?"
That is what the Freshmen asked. They answered it as soon as they asked it
with the reply, "We'll have one." And so they did.
Football games in October! That is natural too. Perhaps the egg foot-
ball game played at this party was not so rough as those played on a football
field but the players were highly entertaining. One thing sure, is all those who
played will agree that it is much more fun than regular football.
Without apples on a string Hallowe'en wouldn't be complete. And with-
out ghosts there would not be a Hallowe'en atmosphere. And there were
ghosts! Two solemn, stately, shrouded figures welcomed the guests at the door,
with their cordial wet-gloved hands that sent shudders up one's back bone.
After the usual Hallowe'en games, dancing was enjoyed, the music for the
evening's entertainment being furnished by Mrs. johnson.
Miss Salmond, the Freshman Class Advisor, was the FacultyAdvisorforthe
party. Mrs. W. D. Emerson, Mrs. S. R. White and Prof. Charles N. Barber
acted as chaperons. .
"Say, jack, did you know the magazine salesmen are here today?" "Real-
ly? Fine." And by these remarks you know that the magazine sale is'on. For
the last three years the High School has conducted magazine sales, the school
being divided into two teams, each striving daily to out-score the other in the
number of sales. The losing team gives a party to the "proud winners" soon
after the contest has ended.
This year the "High Hats" and the "Sombreros" were the names of the
contesting sides. A lively contest was had and the Sombreros were the win-
ners-only by a very slight margin. A party was held at Grange Hall where
dancing, games, etc. aided in making the party a success.
Early last fall the Assembly was started by Mr. EIlCkSOI1,S announcement
that a Student Council was to be established at N. H. It was to consist of
the four class presidents, two elected members from each class, and three members
of the faculty, the latter to be chosen by the Council.
Class meetings were held and the members of this first student council were:
Allan Sherman, Alice Lansell, Catharine Connarn, john Sawyer, Gerald Beau-
dette, Robert Blanchette, Francis Maltese, Marjorie Grundy, Kenneth Kidd,
Bernard Dubois, Deborah Mayo, lane Barber, Principal Erickson,.Miss Dev-ine
and Mr. Hartford. Allan Sherman was elected President: john Sawyer, Vice- V
President: and Alice Lansell, Secretary and Treasurer.
The purpose of this Council is to represent the school bcdy as a whole and
thus 'help the faculty to exercise discipline. The Councilselects the mar-
shals and gives its. opinion on minor disciplinary questions.
Since the first Student Council at N. H. has been such a success. and those
following will undoubtedly improve a great deal, it is believed that the Council
is an established honorary organization in the High School.
g This year we have been very fortunate in getting many outstanding men as
speakers. The list includes: Senator William Bartlett: Pres. Charles Plum-
ley, Major Tully, and Prof. C.V. Woodbury of Norwich University: Mrs. Maude
Edgerton: Lawyer Robert Lamson: Rev. Arthur Hewitt, Chairman of State
Board of Education: Mr. William Hassett: Mr. Harlow: and Col. A. Seymour
Bulloch of South Bend, Indiana.
Musical and school talent programs were also much enjoyed.
This year the marshal system was again carried out with great success.
The Studefht Council elected the following people to serve as marshals: Head
Marshal-Lois Gouldg Assistant Head-Semira Abascal: Marshals: Eugene
Drown, Arsenio Fernandez, Phyllis Wills, Anita Storti, Ruth Perkins, Barbara
Howd, Cecile Belanger, Bruce Peach, Garrett Kidd, Ralph Provost. Sub-
stitutes: Margaret O'Grady and Robert Sullivan.
THE FRESHMAN RECEPTION
The Ship of Social Activities was launched this year by the Sophomores, in
the form of the Freshman Reception. This event was held in the Armory
Hall which was attractively decorated in rose and white. Balloons and con-
fetti caused much merriment among the dancers. In the receiving line were the
school board, the faculty, and presidents of the four classes. Music was fur-
nished by the Blue jackets of Montpelier and dancing continued until one. In
this pleasant way the Freshmen were introduced into High School life.
The junior class presented a one-act play and a short sketch at the Grange
Hall, May 19th.
The play A'Keeping Kitty's Dates" is based on the irresponsibility of Kitty
CBeulah Delaryl who tinds herself on the day of a house party with two men.
tHer three friends, Mina CMarion Stonej, Flo CAgnes Demasib, and Evelyn CClara
Slackl swear never again to take an extra date off her hands but each one relents
and unknown to the others, goes down to entertain a man whom she takes to be
the real extra date. Kitty finally breaks with the first extra just in time to keep
the real date, Cjohn Sawyerl from becoming entangled with the girls. The
girls' motto is L'VVhat you don't know." Kenneth Kidd and Leroy Christmas
took the parts of the extra dates and Lucille Howd the part of the maid.
The sketch "A Pair of Lunatics" gives the amusing encounter between two
sane people CFlorence Perra and Gerald Beaudettej who have met between dan-
ces at a hospital for the insane. Each takes the other for an in mate and humors
him along. A letter solves the problem for the couple.
Between sketches: A
Leroy Christmas-Guitar and Songs.
A dance was held after the entertainment.
NORTHFIELD INCORPORATED DISTRICT
,School Calendar 1933-34
Fall Term-13 weeks
Begins Tuesday, September 5, 1933
Closes Wednesday. November 29, 1933
Winter Term-13 weeks
Begins Monday, December 4, 1933
Closes Friday, March 16, 1934
CChristmas Recess from Wednesday, December 20, 1933 to Thursday,
january 4, 1934j
Spring Term-11 weeks
Begins Monday, March 26, 1934
Closes Friday, june 8, 1934
Fall Term-13 weeks
Begins Tuesday, September 5, 1933
Closes Wednesday, November 29, 1933
Winter Term-13 weeks
Begins Monday, December 4, 1933
Closes Friday, March 16, 1934
CChristmas Recess from VVednesday, December 20, 1933, to Thursday,
january 4, 1934D
Spring Term-10 weeks
Begins Monday, March 26, 1934
Closes Friday, june 1, 1934
NORTHFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
COURSES OF STUDY
Freshman-Renuired-English 1, Latin 1, Algebra 1, Ancient History.
Sophomore-Required-English 2, Latin 2, Geometry 2, French 1.
junior-Required-English 3, Latin 3, French 2, Algebra 3.
Senior-Required-English 4, Latin 4, Solid Geometry-Trigonometry,
American History-Civics. Optional-Physics, Chemistry.
F reshman-Required-English 1, Algebra 1, General Science, Ancient History.
Sophomore-Required-English 2, Plane Geometry, Medieval Modern History,
junior-Required-English 3, Physics or Chemistry, French 2, Business
Senior-Required-English 4, Algebra 3, Physics or Chemistry, American
Freshman-Required-English 1, Arithmetic 1, General Science, Ancient
Sophomore-Required-English 2, Bookkeeping 2, Medieval Modern History,
Business English-Commercial Law.
junior-Required-English 3, Bookkeeping 3, Typewriting 3, Stenography 3.
Senior-Required-English 4, Stenography 4, Typewriting 4, American His-
Preszderzt ,..,... . .... Bernard Dubois
Vzce President ...... . ..,. jane Barber
Secretary- Treasurer ........... ..........,.....,.. C arson Field
Abascal, George Albert
Abel, Henry George
Burleson, Mary Florence
Chamberlain, Francis Allan
Chase, Austin Delmar
Cole, Melvin James
Cook, Natalie Alma
Conway, Gertrude Lucia
DeGeorge, Ethan Allan
Dubeau, Treflle Emile
Dubois, Bernard Henry
Dunham, Hazel Elizabeth
Dutton, Kathleen Ruth
Emerson, Ruth Eleanor
Hogan, Mary Irene
Holton, Hilma Beryl
jerry, Hilda Mary
jones, Blanche Evelyn
Karr, Prentice Foch
Legier, lla Mae
Lyon, Mary Elizabeth
Miller, Aber Beverly
Mudgett, Guy Alfred
Nitchie, Francis Raymond Jr.
Norman, Helen Marie
Prindle, Ivah Gladys
Provost, Mary Adeline
Radcliffe, Gladys Elizabeth
Seckington, Louis M.
Shea, Beatrice Anna
Steele, Nelson Horace
Sunderland, Verna june
Union, Lena Anna
N meteen Thirty three
Vzce Presidesfl . .
Secretary- Treasurer' ...........
Adams, Rachel Leonard
Berno, Doris Freda
Cole, Irene Louvenia
Conlon, john William
Demasi, Michael Anthony
Dickinson, Elizabeth Mary
Duquette, Kenneth Herbert
Fernandez, Irene Anita
Ferry, Everett Bernard
Field, Arlington Harold
Foley, Anna Mae
French, Sarah jane
Gale, Robert W.
Grundy, Marjorie Pearl
Hatch, Wyman George
Hewitt, Jane Marion
Huntoon, William G.
. . .Francis Maltese
. . . .Hector Wood
Jones, Thelma Irene
Legier, Donald Otis
Lewis, john R.
Lewis, Mabel A.
Lyon, Howard VV.
McCauley, Robert William
Maltese, Francis Michael
Nash, Robert Alexander
Nichols, Amy Beatrice
Preston, Marguerite Elizabeth
Rossi, Gino Lewis
Stevens, George F.
Stone, Robert Kimball
Trombly, Lloyd C.
Union, Fred R.
Villemaire, Leonard L.
Welch, Scott I.
White, Bertha Miller
Wills, Marion Frances
VVood, Guy Hector
President ...... . . ,john Sawyer
Vice-President . . . ....... Helen White
Secretary- Treasurer ..... ............... M arion Trombly
Bacon, Cora Louise
Beaudette, Gerald john
Bessette, Eva Florence
Bowman, Viola Evelyn
Bowman, Violet Edith
Brown, Margaret Mary
Burleson, Rita Pearl
Caswell, Ruth Almina
Christmas, Leroy Louis
Croney, Audna Elizabeth
Cross, Mildred Carmen
Delary, Beulah Evelyn
Demasi, Agnes Raffaela
Dickinson, Lawrence Edward
Dolan, Howard Francis
Drought, Fred Scott
Drown, Nathan Charles
Freeman, Lionel Luther
Hedges, Edith Ross
Hunt, Earl William
Kidd, Kenneth Martin
Lyon, john Samuel
Macy, Arlene Ethelyn
Moody, Lillian Harriet
O'Grady, Margaret Cat
McClaflin, Emma Mae
Pope, Hester Louise
Slack, Clara Mae
Stone, Marion Louise
Sullivan, Robert james
Tracy, Elliott Edson
Tracy, Mildred Arlene
Trombly, Marion Maxine
White, Helen Mar
Willey, Pauline Lucile
Willey, Ralph Edgar
N ineieen Thirly-three
President ....... ...... A Ilan Sherman
Vice President ..... ..... M argaret Philip
Secretary. ..,.... . ..... Catherine Connarn
Treasurer ..... ..,...... B ruce Peach
Abascal, Semira Amelia
Abbot, Dorothy Martha
Adams, Marion Flint
Berry, Norma Irene
Belanger, Cecile Lea
Christmas, Edythe Clare
Cleveland, Lawrence John
Croney, Woodrow Edward
Drown, Eugene Ardent
Dutton, Howard Fred
Fairbanks, XVeston Edward
Fernandez, Arsenio Raymond
Ferry, Earl Henry
Field, Aurelia Isabelle
Fiske, Lloyd Wiilliam
Gould, Lois Parker
Hayward, Ray Albert
Hill, Ray Albert
Jerry, Christina Sophia
Keyes, Thelma Perle
Kidd, William Garret
Knowles, Archie Gerald
Lyon, Thelma G.
Lansell, Alice Mary
LeFebvre, Donald David
Mayo, William Junior
Neilson, William Junior
Perra, Leonard Wilfred
Peach, Bruce Barrows
Philip, Jane Margaret
Provost, Ralph Edward
Ryan, Thelma Alma
Sherman, Allan Vincent
Storti, Anita Tresa
Willey, Arthur Clark
Wills, Evelyn Phyllis
Woodbury, Ida Vose
Beaudette, Laurianne C 'k
FAMILIAR THINGS IN N. H. S.
Agatina Demasi's cheerful disposition
Lois Gould's sarcasm
Catharine Connarn's Witty remarks
Elvira Diego's curly black hair
Beaudette's deep bass voice
Thelma Keyes' speed
Peg O'Gradgy's Irish air
John Lyon's beautiful black eyes
Catharine Mudgett's red hair
jane Barber's stories
Garrett Kidd's walk
Sawyer's business-like ways
"Shrimp" Fairbanks' height
Mr. Erickson's "Stop your talking Miss Connarn"
Miss Devine's quizzes
Miss Burns' 'lBe Definite"
Miss Bates' dimples
Miss Salmond's personality
Mr. Hartford's blushes
Miss Rogers' business experiences
Ralph Provost's school-girl complexion
Mabel Lewis' chatter
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Sherman coming to school fifteen minutes Carly?
Arthur Willey flirting with a girl?
L. Cleveland coming to Latin class for a whole week?
Pearl Burleson without a magazine?
All the clocks in school being set the same?
Raymond Nitchie on detention?
Anybody completely understanding "Trig"?
Phyllis Wills without an "Austin"?
Catharine Connarn not talking?
A sober-looking Fiske?
VVelch without his Ford?
Mr. Hartford without a bright necktie?
Miss Burns without her "why"?
No noise in the Assembly Sth or 6th periods?
Miss Devine without good advice?
Drown on his own side of the Assembly?
Gerald Beaudette not passing a note?
The Howds with an X?
Paul Dutton without his laugh?
Aurelia without the "Finast"?
Cecile Belanger without her "Cuffs"?
Beulah Delary without her johnny?
Agnes Falzarano without her smile?
Donald Beattie coming to school every day?
N meteen Thirty-three
AT THE CROSSROADS
At the crossroads must come a parting and partings are always sad, es-
pecially when it means the separation from ones dear to you.
When we speak of crossroads, quite naturally a road comes into our thoughts.
It is along this road of life that each must pass, carrying his burden. Some
bear it cheerfully and climb up the steep hills on high and mount the rough plac-
es with ease. Others climb the hill, but reach the top only by struggling and
working constantly, while still others, lacking the energy and pep to overcome
the obstacles in the way, remain at the bottom.
Whatever class a person is in, he must come to the crossroads which go the
right and left. Here he must continue his way by himself, leaving his pal to do
likewise, but with each one goes the best wishes of his fellowmen. Maybe
their next meeting will be in a day, maybe in a year and maybe it will be never,
but regardless of the circumstances, each one will keep forever with him the
memory of those good wishes given at the parting of the crossroads.
Nobody knows what is in store for each one-whether the journey will be
happy or sad-long or short-full of triumph or defeat, but whatever the future,
at this moment we stand at the crossroads hand in hand, ready to continue on our
unknown journey, uplifted and encouraged by the best wishes coming from a
heart, true and frank, of a fellow traveller.
Lucile Howd '34
WHY DID I PUT IF OFF UNTIL IT WAS TO
LATE? AND ALL WE HAVE OF HER IS ON-
LY A SNAPSHOT TAKEN YEARS AGO.
HOW OFTEN DO WE HEAR THAT REMARK?
WHY NOT ARRANGE FOR A REAL PHOTO-
GRAPH TODAY AND RELIEVE YOUR MIND
OF ONE WORRY.
- THE HOUSTON STUDIO
17 STATE ST.
AND SCHOOLS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
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Manufacturing jewlers And
Class Rings, Pins, Com-
mencement Invitations and
personal Cards, Club Pins,
Gold Footballs, Basketballs,
Fraternity and Sorority Jew-
683 Broadway Albany, N. Y.
CLARENCE E. BAKER
SHELL GAS AND OILS
Northfield Center, Vermont
Phone Us For Flowers
JOHN W. CRUICKSHANK
Groceries - Meats - Grain
Also Wood .
Good Place To Trade
E. M. HOLT 81 CO.
Senior-Are you a clock
Rook-No. I'm A Bell Lis-
PHYSICS Prof.-Give me
twelve uses for a mirror?
Operates under the super-
vision of the United States
Govermnent and offer you
"And then there was the
story of the Scotchman who
sits at home during his va-
cation and lets his mind wan-
Chet: "Come on now, let's
get this wrong."
E. J. ABEL
Metropolitan Life Insurance
DONAHUE'S FOOD STORE
L. C. ORDWAY
DRY GOODS SHOES
MENS SHIRTS TIES
BOYLES at HOLTON
J. W. GRADY
Moves anything. Local
and Long Distance Moving.
Senior: 'tWhat is a thrill?"
Pearl: "Oh! its a ticklish
feeling up and down your
Student: "How near were
you to the answer?
Ditto: "Only two seats a-
way' ' .
Exide Batteries-U. S. Tires
Hudson and Essex Cars
Groceries, Meats, Vegetables
Insure In Sure Insurance
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THE LITTLE CAFE
Serivce is our first word.
Home Cooking is our Spe-
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Central Park Garage
L. M. Pervier G. N. Davis
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As the first stepping stone
to success, secure the back-
ing of a bank account here
and let us help you realize
Your savings, whether
small or large will be wel-
Open an account today.
NORTHFIELD TRUST CO.
Rosemay C. Campbell
Permanent Waving, 354.50
and 57.50, Finger Waving and
all branches of Beauty Cul-
The Human body is truly a
wonderful thing. It starts
working the minute you wake
up and never stops until
you get to class.
Miss Burns: ' Baker what
Baker: "I don't know, but
I think it has something to do
MEN'S AND BOYS'
Hart, Schaffner 8z Marx,
Buddy Serge and Curlee
Suits, Bostonian and Beacon
Shoes, Golf Bags.
L. W. Morse 81 Son
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MEATS AND GROCERIES
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Don't Write Your Greetings
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Gifts That Last
CHARLES L. PROVOST
Doc: "Say joe, what are
joe: "Reviewing my
Doc: 'tl see, The Big Pa-
Tailor: "Euripides?t "
Student: 'tYeh, Eumeni-
SANBORN DRUG STORE
Kodaks and Films
X: t'There are always sev-
eral things I can count on."
Y: t'What are they?"
X: "My fingers."
Valet Cto Mastery: "Sir
your car is at the door."
Master: 'tYes, I hear it
DR. W. G. HUNTLEY
Where Good Meals Are Serv-
Home of Margaret Holland
GEORGE J. KINGSTON
Furniture Of Quality
Picture Frames Made To
W. H. HURLEY, M. D.
6 Slate Avenue
Up to 9:00 A. M.
1:00-2:00 81 7:00-8:00 P. M.
School Supplies , Books
KERR'S VARIETY STORE
Fritz, your essay on "My
Mother" was just the same
as your brother's."
"Yes Sir, we have the same
Patience, Common sense
and Time make impossibili-
Eskimo Pies Ice Cream
A Good "After School" Lunch
N. H. S. Students
Milk, Cream, Dairy and Ma-
H. H. Slack, Owner
LEROY E. KNIGHT
"Miss, do you like apples?"
"I'm afraid not."
"Then hold these, while I
get some more."
When you go into a store
you say, HI like this and will
When you go to a doctor,
he says, t'You take this and
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J. H. DENNY
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Who Is Your Barber?
I. O. O. F. Temple, One
WILFRED BEAUTY SHOP
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