Standish High School - Crimson Rambler Yearbook (Standish, ME)

 - Class of 1929

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THE C'lr'l.'llSUN RAMBLIHC 15 can boy and the most representative American girl of the school. These prizes arouse interest in writing and help to develop characteristics which lead to good Citi enslfip. l'.DlTOR. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES The Senior class parts were awarded the last day of the winter term. They are :ms io llows : Valedictory ...... ........... D oris lioulter Salutatory ...... .. ....... Mary Swasey Class History ..... ...... Class Prophecy ........ Marion Thombs Dorothy Gallant Class Will .................................... ...... ' 'Ned' Dollofif Presentation of Gifts to Girls ...... ....... A lden Shaw Presentation of Gifts to lloys .........., ................... l'he Senior drama was not played until the spring term. Miss lirewster coached the drama. and the cast of characters are as follows: The Tom Dexter .... Sidney Everett lien Latham .Xndrew Dexter . Agnes Cannell "Ned" Dolloff Arnold Gifiord .. ..... .... Edgar Hodge loseph Ramsdell Hezekiah Hopkins ...... ..... i . Linwood Hoyt Nathan Speck ...... Carlotta llannister Albert Green Dorothy Gallant Anastasia Bannister ........ ........ D oris lloulter .Xmelia Dexter .......... ...... N larion Thombs Hrs. Muslin ....... ....... X lary Swasey Ilella Ann ......... ....... A gnes Cannell lflorine .......................................................................... Violet Libby preliminaries for prize speaking were held january 30 in the high school building. Mrs. Dole of Sebago Lake, Miss Cole of Standish, and Mrs. Morrison of Standish were the judges. They chose the following for the finals: Edna liailey ............................................................ f'Mary Garvin" Ellery Ward ........... ................. ' 'The Mysterious Guest" Gertrude Usher ......... "The Light on Dead Mans liar" Eleanor XYescott ....... ................................... ' 'Alainanclau Eva XVood .............. ...............,...... ' 'The Sermon" Dorothea Cole ..... ........................... ' flerry. the Bobbin Hoy" llelen Rich .......... .................................. ' 'No. 5 Collect Street" .Xdelbert Libby ....... .. "At the Grave of the Unknown Soldier" Leon Smith ................ .......................... ' 'The Unknown Rider" LeRoy Lombard .......... ..... ' 'The Little Outcast Plea" l'everley ljendexter ....... .................... ' 'Ainericanisinn james Rand ...... .... "The Unknown Speaker" The finals were held at the Standish Town Hall on February 6, 1929. lhe judges were Mrs. Corey. Miss VVyman, and Mr. Shaw, who are teachers in Gorham High School. The first prize of five dollars was awarded to Leon Smith, the first prize of five dollars for the girls, to Helen Rich, and Gertrude Usher received the second prize of two dollars and a half. A representative of the Curtis Publishing Company visited us again this year.

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I hr Glrimann liamhlrr Publisbed by the Students of Standish High School VOL. XV. -IUNE, 1929 NO. I EDITORIAL BOARD l:',l1'fm'-171 -rh ffjf ....,..,........... ....... .11 ,v.r1'.v1u 111 l:'u'1'l0r- 1'lz-rhzlgf' ,,,.,., lflffillfl' Cfflxx of I 92g ,,,, .,A... fiwllllifrll Clary of 1930 ,,,.,. Edilnr Cfaxx of IQ3I ,,v,,, E11'1'lnr Cfarx nf I 9 32 lm'u.v1'm'.v.v MIIIrIg1'l' A.r.s'11rlaf1l f1,I1.Yl'lZF.fJ' M11 Illllgffl' ..,,.. l:'.x'rhf1f1,.gf1'.r . , A, A. ,,... Ari Elfliflll' ......, Dorothy Gallant .... Harold Dollott ........,.Arnold Gifford . ...... Dorothea Cole james Rand Leonard Stevens .. Peverly Pendexter Linwood Hoyt Charles lilwell Charles Elwell l1I1ll' 'll' 'll' Ehitnriala l'7ll1 S 'll' 'll' 'llul A RECIPE FOR FAILURE A careless school life. VVasted evenings. Bad reading. An insatiable desire tor sport or amusement. Living from fifteen to twenty without a definite idea of what you are going to do with your life. A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS .X well-spent youth. Healthy amusements. Evenings of recreation and stutly. Good reading' and companions. A definite idea of what you mean to he, and a lveliel' that you will be what you make yourself. You cannot dream yourself into a eliaracter. You must hammer and forge one for yourself. The future is always :L filirylzuid to the young. In behalf of the students of Standish High School, we wish to express our appreciation to llr. Clement P. Vkfescott for his interest in the school, which is shown hy the three prizes which he awards yearly. One of these prizes is awartlf-d to the senior who writes the best essay of national or general interest. The other prizes. devirled lry Il vote of the school. are for the most representative .Ameri-



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Iii THE CRIMSON RAMBLER The school was divided into two teams, the Lions and the Lambs. Dorothy Gallant was chosen secretary of the plan and the managers were Gertrude Csher, Albert Green, Ruth Marean. and james Rand F orty-two subscriptions were sold and the school received a net profit of twenty dollars and twenty-five cents. A representative of the Crowell Publishing Company visited us during the fall term to reveal his plan for selling magazines and for making money for the benefit of the school. M ary Swasey was chosen as secretary of the plan and the managers of the teams were as follows: Red Flashes. Alden Shaw: lllue Streaks. Paul Dow. Sixty-six subscriptions were sold and the school received a net profit of forty-three dollars and seventy-eight cents, which was added to the athletic fund. A series of very interesting talks was given before the school each week during the winter term by the Rev. l.. C. Harnish. Fmioa. SCHOOL CALEN DAR, 1928-1 929 Sept. 10. Fall term began. Oct. Freshman reception. Uct. 25-26. Mid-term exams. Nov. 6. VVe win first basketball game with lluxton. Nov. 13. Buxton beat us. Nov. 28. S. H. S. beat Alumni. Dec. 14. Christmas vacation began. Dec. 31. Winter term began. jan. 30. Preliminaries for prize speaking for Sophomores and juniors Feb. 6. Prize speaking finals. Feb. 8. Mid-term exams. Feb. 13. Rehearsals for Senior drama began. Xlar. 20-21. Final winter-term exams. Mar. 22. Class parts awarded. Mar. 22. Spring vacation began. Apr. 8. Spring term began May 1. CR1MsoN RAMBLER ready for press. blune li-7 Final spring-term exams. .lune 9. lfaccalaureate. june 10. Alumni banquet. june 12. Graduation. june 13. Senior reception. ,lime 14. School picnic. A june 14. End of another school year.

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