Rockville High School - Banner Yearbook (Rockville, CT)

 - Class of 1930

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1 , - I--x - Ttfltlll CLASS HISTORY lll tl1e year ISHN! a little olml nian, wrinklecl antl hent, lahurefl np the stepsnf alarge stt111eht1iltli11g', witl1 the llZllllC "Sykes AlClllUI'lIll lligh Sel1t1t1l" i11 large letters ahtwe its huge tlourway. .Xlthnngh tl1e tiretl lllilll tlraggetl hinist-lf into tl1e hallway of tl1is huiltling, tl1e niunient he entererl, his eyes heetan to sparkle, his heacl waggetl i11 eager aiitieiluatimi of what l1e was to tintl, anal he walketl almost l'L'X'Ql'L'llll5' up the leftfhantl eturritltnr of tl1e now lllllSlj' l1all. There was no one tl1ere to 1bl't'YL'l1l l1is visit. The time was l1is own. Uh, what a wtmclerftil time he wtrnltl hare! lfreshnian C0l'I'ltltJ1'! There were tears of jtwfnl ineniories i11 his eyes as he reeallefl tl1e clays of his youth. llere was tl1e ultl lihrary, tu which he usetl to get passes anrl lllCll take a walk flown stairs and get StPlllCllllllg to eat, tn' where, ill the Ctllllllllllj' tif other t'llll1ll21llltJllS, l1e wunltl hitle his niirth hehintl a large intelleetnal-ltmking rolnnie. A1111 here was the 11111111 where he harl gone XX'llCll he eanie into selintil the tirsz tlay, when l1e had heen fill ignorant l'iI'L'SlllllZlll i11 151213. .Xntl tl1e lnekersl llow well l1e l'Cl1lCllllJtfl'Ctl tl1e ti111e that he' triecl to hicle in his lueker ancl funntl that l1e was just a little ton hig, ancl was linally grahhetl hy a Senior antl toltl ill gruti tunes to "get mlcmwnstairs for ytatir initiation antl niake it siiappy, ton." That certainly was an tnilneky tlay! What was that 11111111 up there? The nnniher seeniecl to he fifteen. Uh, l1e hatl it! tl1e olml stucly hallf-the greatest rooni of then1 all. This is tl1e plaee where l1e got eanght slionting' spithalls, anrl here's the clesk where l1e sat XYllCll llL' got sent out uf lfnglish heeatise he 1lith1't have his lltlIllCXYtll'lQ tlune antl l1e Ctllllilllyt think of a legitiniate exense. l.et's see, now, there was one hwy who usetl to he tl1e envy of all uthers in that little glllllt' eall- erl. nllllllililllgf' Uh, uf ennrse, he ICl1lL'llllJ6l'Ctl his Illlllltl llUXY"u'lifJll5'U tlessay. L'pstairs he niarehefl, and walkecl over tn SO1JlltJlll0l'tl eurrirlrir, llnw well l1e knew tl1e plaee now. .'Xllll'l'lg'lll here was Illltlflltfl' fax'111'ite l'OOlll. This is where he hatl loeketl a girl i11 a elnset NYllll a lut uf skelettins. antl llCI'C'S where l1e antl his friends hatl pnkerl a puni' frog fur ahntit an h11111' to see how high it enultl jinnp. XX ell, he cl take a trip aeress tl1e hall now antl see what tl1e hltnnur CtJI'1'TQlfJl' looketl like. This place eertainly hacl 1llCIlltJ1'lCS. This is the

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14 Most Sophisticated THE BANNER GLADYS WILLEY "There is no irisdom like fl'lllll.'IIf?SS,v Class Tl'l'ilSLl1'Ol' 13 Ilonor Roll lg Gloe Club 1. H111 ,ln rlqrcellvzlt Thing in u 1ro111z1n." HIM' Clllll l. 2, 31 2. 323 Senior l'layg Gl'?l.dl12l.llUll tvovnlj Soloist: D1':m1:ltic1'lllh2: S4'l1'IlI'P Uluh -l 3 Honor Roll 1. 'r 'roicrf was erm' Nofi. ffcrzflv. 111111 low, ELLIGN YOUNG Glu- Club Avcompainist Prettiest Girl Best Looking Most Popular Most Popular Model Girl Student Model Boy Student Most Athletic Girl Most Athletic Boy Most Musical Girl Most Musical Boy CLASS BALLOT ......Ruth Tschummi Boy ........ John Ellsworth Girl ....,....... Mary Tracey Boy ...... Anthony Gessay ....Winifred Arens ................Paul Arzt ...Patricia Cuprak ,.........John DeCarli ............Ellen Young ....,.....F'orest Cohen Best Girl Dancer .... Doris Hartenstein Best Boy Dancer ...,......Joseph Vvilleke Best-Dressed Girl .....,,,.,,, Nan Flaherty Best-Dressed Boy .,,.........Lester Lludke Brightest Girl .............. Winifred Arens Brightest Boy ..... 1, . ' lt ' Girl ......... ltr Boy ........ VVittieSt Girl .... .,.............Paul Arzt .......Viola Hoering .........Carlton Lessig ...,,.....Regina Kloter Wittiest Boy ............., George Stoneman Girl Nan Flaherty Cutest Boy .............. Raymond Lehrmitt Class-Man-Hater .......l., Evelyn Brache Class Woman-Hater ...... Clarence Doss Class Loafer ,.,,..,......... Francis Doherty Class Worker .... ........ S ylvia Brown Class Actor ...... ..,... VS fesley Osborne Class Actress ....,,................ Mary Tracey Best Natured Girl l.,,,,., Margaret Dowd Best. Natured Boy .t,, Charles Peterson Class Writer ........... 'Uheresa Hainbach Class Pet ................. 1 ........... Donald Neff Best All-Round Girl .......... Mary Tracey Best All-Round Boy .... Carlton Lessig Teacher's Pet Girl Theresa Hainbach Telacher's Pet Boy .....,............ ,Paul Arzt Most Likely To Succeed Viola Hoering Most Likely To Succeed Paul Arzt VVho Has Done Most for R. H. S. Mary' Tracey Girl Bloy Girl "Man-About-Town" .l.,....,. Lester Ludke Cutest Girl ....,.,,.. ....... M ary Cullen Boy VVho Has Done Most for R. H. S. Anthony Gessay I



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16 THEBANNER room in which he had geometryw-and Hunked it. llere's where his friend used to tell him dreadful stories about a certain subject called "Latin," and show him for proof a little red mark on his report card which meant "not passingu and a great deal of hard work not to get an- other. And this room? lVhy, it's the old 'flabf' Yes, this is where "'l'oddie" Dowd and "Let'l Ludke used to see which one could blow the place up Hrst and were found out before their drastic deed could be car- ried out. How much better he could walk now. He almost ran down the stairs over to the Senior corridor. Rooms twelve and thirteen, famous because the noted class of 19350 had once occupied them! Room thir- teen! fl'hat's the place where he had worked all one Thursday after- noon, under the careful scrutiny of a teacher, to prepare his Senior speech for the next day. And what a speech that was! llc blushed as he remembered it. Room twelve! He had been told that, that was the room in which future business men and women were receiving their edu- cation, and the only time he hadidared to enter was when he wanted to sharpen his pencil. Ah, the old typing room. He had never forgotten the afternoon that "joel, Hammond, "Nip'i l.ehrmitt, and "Carly" Les- sig had allideclared that they could type and he had wondered what lan- guage they had typed in when he saw the result of their laborious work, This is where the Victrola used to stand o11 which the popular "Stein Songl' in the form of a hfteen cent record was played every afternoon about three o'clock. Out into the corridor again and there before his eyes was the statue of f'XYinged Yictoryf' where several decades of Seniors had practiced their l'almer method penmanship. Now, where could this little door lead to. Nlfhy, the auditorium! XX'hat famous dramatic performances had taken place there, especially the last one, "Dorothy Vernon of liladdon Hall"-which everybody declared could never again be done so well. This is where graduation had taken place. llut why remain with sad memories! Downstairs he went again. Here was the Ugyml' where the star athletes of his class had performed their miraculous feats in basketball. lt wasn't their fault if they lost an occasional game. lt seemed that there was a faint recollection of some sort of cheering! Yes, he remem- bered "lYes,' Osborne as being cheer leader when everyone else wasnlt telling what cheer they wanted and how they wanted it done. lllell, everything was over now. llack again he would go, but not before he had taken' one more look around. The place was dearer to him today than it had ever been. One more lingering look-and he courageously walked out of the building. a new light in his eyes, a firmer tread to his step, and a happy feeling of companionship depicted in his smile. -Il L 1

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