Stephens High School - Tribute Yearbook (Rumford, ME)

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William Shakespeare who was born in 1564 and died in 1616 was the greatest of all English writers. These few lines from one of his own poems best describe him: "A rarer spirit never Did stir hilrnarlityg but you, gods, will give us Some faults to make as men." Talblle ACTWIWITIES ...... ADVERXT'IS'EME'NT1S ALUMNI .......... AUTOGRAPHS . . DEIDICATION ... FAWCULTY ..... FEATUREIS . . . FRESHMEN . . . HUMOR . . . J UN IORS ........ J LUNIVOR HIGH .... ORGANIZA'FI'ON'S . . S E'N'IOR'S ........ SNwAPlS-HOTS .. SOPHQOMORES .. SPORTS ........... of onxtents TRfIBU'TE BOARD .... ... Dedication To our English teacher, Georgiana C. Hayes, as a slight expression of our ap- preciation of her untiring energy in the activities of Stephens High School, we respectfully dedicate the 1929 Tribute. Miss Hayes, a graduate of Gorham Nor- mal School and Bates College, has taught English in Stephens High School since the fall of 1922. m T' 1 x. wwf? 4. 5 4 1 1 H, V, f-. . Z - ,. M ,r 4 Tribute Board 4 M Eirst Row: Alvenise Metivier, Geraldine 14x?lI'l'2ll', Miss Hayes, Frznnk llzmson, Oliva- I2lP12LI'll.I'Ul'. Second Row: Rodney lXl:u'g'reg:,'or, lYlz1l'pu1ei'itv Austin, Irvm- F2ll'l'2ll', Kin-1-rivvmul llluton, ldlizznbetlx Spaulding, l'l'sul:t Nvcliskn, I':'1iWill'll Slwvliy, l'4'l'l'ill'l'ii'k Niles, Iii-:ltl'IL't' NVitlu-v, Mary liurker. EDITORS Geraldine Farrar Frank Hanson IWAICIULITY ADVISOR Mliss Hayes ACKTIVIITXY EDITORS Marguerite Austin Greenwood Eaton Ursula Weliska Elizabeth Spaulding ATHLETIC EDITORS Beatrice Wibhee Rodney Macgregor JOKE EIDITOR ALUMNI EDITOR Irene Farrar Mary Barker STAEF rTYP'ISTS Alvenise Metiviier Olive Belanger BU-SELNESIS MGAINAIG E R S Frederick Niles Edward Sheehy Page Eleven if ,wi f a wwf 1 00 ch hS ig rm Q Q 'S Q-4 Q as W ff , Z' aining, tr physical of ts e benefi th may have ? 11 C5 .Aa 48 .-CI -4-v o CD '15 GJ fc GJ CJ : .2 E .E U2 cd cs 5 as 'cs s: css 'E E. 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W2 L- N41 4-I O ,c: E ly m E ' 14-4 -Q M r , , ' , M, .fIT.'T?T'j:'fi f ff L V 1 K K' A Faculty First Row: Miss ilznys-s, Mrs. Anwlvrson, Miss llow, Air. l4'JllllklYlLl'll1lHl, Mr. I,or1I, Mr ll:-own, Miss Robinson, Miss Murpfhy, Miss Iliggirisi llrm-ton. Soc-ond Row: Miss Ilolmluc, Miss Wzrtson, Miss Yan .Xmburg.g', Miss .XII1-n, Mr. Uunninp: hum, Mr. XYmnlw:1l'sl XII 1 nl--mann, MV. l.m-ss:1r4l, Mr. ill-Uostzn. Dorothea Allen Minerva Anderson Ena Bolduc Harry Brown Celia Clary Aura Coleman Carl Cunningham PRINCIPAL George E. Lord SUBMAXSTER Bertram Faulkingham ASSISTANTS Thomas De Costa Carlton Dennis Lenora Dow Georgfiana Hayes Bessie Higgins Alfred Lessard if Resigned at end of third quarter. Page Fourteen Julia Murphy iEdit'h Robinson John Ross Ida Sweatt Erna Van Amburg Margaret Watson Dorr Woodward il .X 5 fm T, .X X - , X ix1xYNQfQe. -A XX XX 1 'L ff ' .ik X XXNNQXQ N wtf ' f ,ff :l x f Q1 4'l -' Vr y V X , 1 dw g mm! 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Very few were the boys who entered the colleges of either Cambridge or Oxford. Tradition tells us that William Shakespeare attended the Free Grammar School of Stratford-on-Avon, which is yet standing, where he probably studied the "three R's" and a bit of Latin and Greek. When his son was fourteen years old, John Shakespeare, because his business ventures had failed, was forced to take him out of school. Immediately he apprenticed the boy to learn a trade. During Sh.akespeare's life time the English language was undergoing a change for many Latin words were being intro- duced and combined with the old Saxon words. In his writ- ings Shakespeare himself drew on both languages. Like most people of his time he spelled as he pleased: at that time only compositors spelled to at system, and then in order to save time. .ioiix lll'll'Il7 a'H.xH1.l-is lllf'I'l'l'lINS l'II.lZ.Xlll4l'l'll nowic .XI.lll'lli'l' S3lI'l'll PRESIDENT .lullN l"lil'llll'llilk'K ul-311111 i Nat. Hon. Society, Class Pres., 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres. Boys' A. A., -1, Sec.-Treas., 35 Broadcast, 4, Debating, 4, Class Debating, 2, 3, 4, Prize Speaking, 33 School Play, 43 Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Math. Club, 2, Forum, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 23, 4, Honor Essay, Senior Play. "The force of his own merit makes his wayf' VICE-PRESIDENT l'll,XIil.l'lS l'.XliliI'Ili il1"l'n'lllNs, "llulc'li" Vice-Pres. Class, 43 Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 45 Science Club, 3, 43 Math. Club, 23 Forum, 1, 25 School Play 43 Prize Speaking, 3, Class Debating, 1, 2, 3, 43 De- bating, 2, 45 Track, -lg Class Will. "His years but young, his expeiience oldf, SECRETARY l+1l.IZ,XIil4l'l'll lfli.XNt'l'lS IQUXYIG. -'spu.ii1y', Nat. Hon. Society, Class Sec. 2, 3, 43 Orchestra, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club, 43 Math. Club, 3, 43 Science Club, 4. "And fair she is, if mine eyes be true." TREASURER .XI.l!l'Ili'l' w.xl.iil-11: SRll'l'll, "Smitty" Nat. Hon. Society, Class Treas. 2, 3, 4, Math. Club, 2, 3. "With all good grace, to grace a gentleman." Page Seomiteen W WW? l i llllwlm fa : "ll" 'I f l I - H' 'N V' A. 'J' Ill l 'A 1 l1 MhlMWlW?7L, . 'xiii M Y. . Commercial Club, Il, 4: Press Club, 3. 4, YlL'l'-l,l'i'S., 4: Girls' "R" Club, Ii, 4, Svc-Trcas., 4: Girls Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4: Broadcast, 4: Senior Play. "As full of spirit as thc month of May." ANTHONY RAYMOND ELLSVVORTH LONGWAY, "Smiles" "To be merry best becomes you." DOLLARD IGUGICNIC BROSSEAU, ..B,.0S.. Latin Club, 4: Commercial Club, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 2, Il, 4. "An admirable musician." ARLICICN MAY VVATSON, "Babe 2, Ii, 4: Track Mgr. 3. "The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you good." MARY JANE FORTIIQR "Tec-Jane" Student Council, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Nat. Hon. Society: Operetta, 43 School Play. 4: Prize Speaking, 3: Tribute, 3: Broad- cast, 3, 4: Press Club, 4: Dramatic Club, Il, 4, Vice-Pres., 4: Commercial Club, Il, 4: Glce Club, Il, 4: Girls' "R" Club, 3, 4, Sec.-Trcas., 3, Pres.. 4: Basketball, 3: Class Basketball, 2, 4, Capt, 2, 4: 4 Awards: Head Office Girl, 4: Class His- tory: Senior Play. "Her words do show her wit incomparable." HAROLD O. GAGNON, "Gang" Commercial Club, 4: "R" Club 4 Hockey, 1: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Winte Sports, 2, 3, 4: Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4. "He is an honest man." NORMAN HINKLEY HARVEY, "Hank" Orchestra, 1, 2, 3. "A man is master of his liberty." DOROTHY OLIVE LACOURSIC, "Dot' Naft. Hon. Society: Br-0-adcastg, 4 Tribute, Il: Commercial Club, 3, 4, Vice 4: 2 Type Awards: Class Prophecy Senior Play. :'When maidens sue, men give like gods." PEARL IGRNICSTINFI KERR, "Piggy" Math. Club, 2, 4: Press Club, 3, 41 Forum, 4: Glec Club, 4, Broadcast 3, 4: Tribute, 3. "So buxom, blithc, and full of face." HENRY CLYDE THOMAS Math. Club, 2, 3: Baseball, 3, 4. "I have one heart: and that no woman has." l Page Eighteen lllllldlgy FRANCES THICRIGSA FLAHERTY, nl .. Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4, Science Club, fl, 4: Class Basketball, 3: Tribute, 3: Operetta, 4: Girls' "R" Club, 3, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4: Math. Club, 2: Press Club, 3, 4: Science Club, 3, 4 Pres. 45 Basketball, 3: Class Basketball: I' Pres. 4: Press Club, 4: Science Club, 51 I f ff gf! ,f 'ffl Xzffff 3' ,- f f .N , I l , Aer- 'S ,x f ,gggli A ww .. I ' -mu . 14? ulk'Xi' 11 -, H , I SYLYIA BLOCK Commercial Club, -l3 Press Club, 43 Forum, 43 1'II'01UlC2lSt, 4. "NVlio is Sylvia?" HERSEY RIPLEY HAMMOND, "Hum" Rifle Club, 3, -l. "A proper man as you shall sec in :L summer's day." SYLYIO LAFLEUR Science Club, 3, 43 "R" Club, 2, Ii, -lg Baseball, 2, 3, -I3 Class Basketball, 1, 2, Zi, 4: Winter Sports, 43 Cheerleader, -13 Class Gifts. "Ile is :Ls full of vulour as of kindness." DORIS LILLIAN LOCKE, "Dothy" Nat. Hon. Society, Broadcast, 33 Tribute, 33 Dramatic Club, 3, 43 Forum, 23 Latin Club, -I3 Math. Club, 23 Science Club, -l. "The sweetest lady that I ever looked on." FRANCES CLARA RAWLEY, "Mutt" Tribute 33 Prize Speaking, 33 Nat. Hon. Society3 Orchestra, 3, +3 Commer- cial Club, 35 Dramatic Club, 3, 4, Sec., -I3 Glee Club, 2, 3, -I3 Latin Club, -L3 Math. Club -I3 Press Club, 43 Valedictory: Sen- ior Play. "How far that little candle throws its beams." JOHN HERBERT ROLLINS One year Wilton Aczulemy: Rifle Club, 33 Baseball 2, 3, -I3 Class Basket- ball, 3. "He hath a l'l'C8:I'l'. as sound as :L bell." CLARENCE LEROY SPINNEY, "Caddy" Commercial Club, -iz Class Basket- ball, 4. " 'Tis much the dares." PAULINE OLIVE POULIOT, "Poppy" Math. Club, 2, 4: Class Basketball, 1, 2. "But you are wise." HAROLD LABON DUNTON, "Harry" Senior Play. "A loyal, just, and upright gontlvmn.n." GABRIELLE ROSE MARTIN "Gaby" Coimnerciztl Club, 3, 43 2 Typo. Awards. "I nm :is constant as the northern st:1.r." Page Nineteen V51 7 I 'W P 'f lil 4. i I-IIGCTOR IGDIVIOND HANSON, "l+I1lali0" ' Math. Club, 2, Zi, 4: Scim-nr-o Club, 4: Clas,-1 Ikaskvtball, 3, 4: Mgr Travk, 4. "Hr hath done good sf-wich." .IIGANNICTTIG l.Al'RlflT'l'A LICGARY "Jenny" Brozulcast, 4: Open-tta, 4: Commerc'aI Club, 3, 4: Glue Club, 3, 4: Library Club, 24, 4, Soc-Tre-u.s. Zig Press Club, 4 Class Basketball, 2: Class TI'?lCk, 2: 3 Typo, Awards. "Hvr voir-0 was ever soft, grontlv, and low." l'Alll,lNI'Z LOUISIC MATTHEWS, "Polly" Orchvstra. 4: Commrrcial Club, 4: Glo:- Club, 4: Math. Club, 2, Ji, 43 Scfivnm- Club, 3, 4, Troas. 45 Baskotball, 1. "Ploasurv and :Lotion make tlhu hour scorn short." JOHN MCINNICS SINCLAIR Nat. Hon. Society: Tributv, fl: Broadcast, 4: Dramatic Club, 34, 4: Math. Club, 2, 3, 4: "li" Club, 4, Mgr. 4: Svivnce Club, 4: Football, Ass't Mgr. Zi. Class Basketball Nlfrr. 2, 3. "Though he bo mvrry, yot withal. h0's honest." JOHN IGDWVIN RODERICK, "Juno" "His heart as far, from fraud, as lu-avvn from 4-aI'tli," GRACE HELEN VVICLCH, "Bud" Nat. Hon. Society: Tribute, 33 Girls' A, A, Council, 3, 4: Forum, 2, 3, 4, Sec., 32 Glen Club, R, 4: Math. Club, 2, 4: Press Club, 4: Science Club, 3, 4, SMH 42 Clilgi I2a.skc't,ball, 4. Hflvntllf- thou art and tllu-roforv to be won." IYIARGARICT NVILSON fHAY, "Pm-g" Commercial Club, Il, 4, Truas., 4: Glu- Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Prizm- Spoakingr, Il: 4 Typo. Awards, Class Gifts: Svnior Play. "l speak my thought." MORAS JOSEPH IIlGAl'CHESNl'I U Froggy-1 "Your lwnrt's rlosiros bo with you." IIIGORGIC DRAPEAU Or0hostr'a l, 2, 3. ' "Signs of noblunvssf' PIRNICSTINIC LOVISIC PERRY Giro Club, 3, 4. "'Tis virtuv that llolth make- thor- most aclmirwlf' Page Twenty -L in ,, ff. ,J "T" f Y Y bu rma I l .lOSEl'l-UNE CATIIERINE PLACZANKIS. 1 ..JOn Comnwrvlzil Club, 2, 25, 4: 2 Typv. Awards. My crown is in my hm-nrt." LORETTA MARIE BERNARD, "Lu1'et" Comnlercial Club, 3, -15 Latin Club 3, -1. "She looks as clear as morning: rosvsf' FAIRY ELSIE MAE FULLER, "Speed" f Trirbutv, 34: Hr0lzulc:is't, -lg Opvl'0tt:,1 41 Library Club, 3, 45 Pres. 3, 4, Pruss Club, SS, 4: Sec. 43 Glen- Club, IG, lg Forum 45 Commercial Club, 3, -lg Senior Play. "l can give you intelligence of un intcmlcd marriage." HECTOR GAGNON, JR., "Gag" Dramatic Club, Zi, 4: Connnurclal Club, 3, 4, "R" Club, 43 Baskvtbull, Mill: 4. "I know his eye doth homage 0Llfl0l'Wl'lCl'C." MARY ELIZABETH BERNARD, "Mary" 4 Cummvrcial Club, 3, 43 Latin Club, 3, ' "Thore's nothing ill can llws-ll in such a temple." EVELYN ROLFE Student Council, 3, Svc-. 3, Vice-Pres., 43 Nut. Hon. Socivltyg Tribute, Jig Prize Spezxking, 31 School Play, -lg Operctta, 4: llrzunatic Club, 3, -lg Glvo Club, Ji, 4: Latin Club, 4, Math. Club, 2, 3, 4: Tcfienco Club, 45 Salutaxtoryg Svninr ':1y. "Such wsu' ot' white and real within hm' Cheeks." EVELYN MAY HOUSE "Sho is worthy, I know." ADELE MARGARET JONAITIS Commercial Club, 3, 4, Soc., 4: Sr'ir-nw Club, Sl, 43 -l Typu, Awards. "G0ntlc- and fair." CORA EDNA ROBERTS, "Bobby" "1 liku your siluncvf' HERNICE MEDORA FlI,lAI'LT. "Bunny" "A vory virtuous lllillllfy Page Twenty-one W INIARION FRANCES CHAPITAS "Chips" Rrmulcast, 2, 3, 4: Girls' A. A. Sec.- Tre-as. Ci: Council, 3, 4: Girls' "R" Club, W Ii, 4, Vicv-l'rvs. 4: Press Club, 2. 24, 4: , Commercial Club, 3, 4: Class Baskctball, 1 4: 2 Typv. Awards. "A maiml of graces and colmpllcte majesty." ARTHVR POWE FOSTER Studi-nt Council, 4: Class Se-f-., l: Nat. llon. Society: Nat. Ath. Hon. Society: Tributc, Il: Math. Club, 2. 3. 4: Press Club, 3, 4: Club, 4: Sciencc Club. 4: Track, 1, 2, Il, 4, Asst. Mgr., 3: Class Haskotball, l, 2, Il, 4: Football, 24, 43 Propln-cy. "Frank, rathcr curious than in hasta-." BARBARA MORSE, "Barbs" Nat. lion. So-cicty: Tribute, Ji: Opvr- ctta., 4: Debating, 2: Class Debating, I. 2: Prizm- Speaking, 3: Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 43 Girls' "R" Club, 3, 4: Math. Club. 2, tl, 4: Trcas., 4: Science Club, 4: Latin Club, 4: Basketball, 1, 2: Track, l: Class l'ncm. "Well she can persluzuh-" LIGTHA LILLIAN TAYLOR, "Lou" Math. Club, 2, 4: Forum, 3, 4: Class Baskm-tball, 2: Asst. Mgr. Girls' Track, Il. "NVh0 unclcrstansls ihcc not, loves thvc no ." JOHN HAROLD HVRLEY, ".Inhnni'c" "Hu was my friend, faithful and Just to nie." lGVANGl'll,lS'l'l4Z OCTAVIG MAIL-LIGTT avan., "R" Club, 2, 3, 41 Science Club. 42 Football, l, 2, ZS, 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Capt., 4: Class Basketball, l: Baseball, 2, Il, 4: Winter Sports, Ji: Senior Play. "Ho is as full of valor as of kimlncssf' MARGl'l'lRlTl'l IGSTELLI-I PRETTY "Rite" Glcc Club, Ci. "Thcrc's something' 1-xtra0r1linary in thou." LICNNA G. ll. STONVIC, "Lcn" Zi ycars Kimball School. "Sws-vt nwrcy is nobi1ity's trucst badge." DONALD PLAISTICD THURSTON Broadcast, Ii, 4: Prcss Club, Ji, 41 "R" Club, Ji, 4: Track, Ji, 4, Capt. 4: NVintf-r Sports, 4. "No lcg'a.c'y is so rich as honvstyl' CHARLES GAMMON, "Ch-arlis-" Senior Play "Though he- bc blunt, I know him wls:-." Page Twenty-two 461 Qu! X LN, ,A "Z"-if-s' E E f7g7 f'l'1'4i' rFhlll' 'l ' . f- "Wt ll f f ?ilA fa: .figs i., 4 af .ww '11 'la I I I 4 4' l'1X'lCR.l4lT'1' M A LCUIAM GRIFFIN Math. Club, 1, 2, 3. 4: Forum, 4. "A guoml, sharp f0ll0w." l.OUlSlG MARY AHSl41NAlIl.T, "Lou" Commorcinl Club, 4. "I know yuu lmvu an pit-ntlv, noblu temper." lxoH.0'1'uY IGIAIJORA l'l'1R,liY, "Dui" Science Club, 4: Math. Club, 2, Zi, 4, Vice-P11-s., 4 3 Truck, 4. "As fresh us morning: dow." JOHN .IOSIGPH SITLLIYAN, "Sully" Comnwrcial Club, 4: "R" Club, 1, 2. Il, 4, Pros. 4: Athletic Council, Sl, 4: Foot- ball, 2, 3, 4: Basvball, l, 2, 3, 4: VVint01' Sports, 2: Hockuy, 1: Class Raskvtbnll. 2, 3. "l SWUPII' hw is true-lw:u'tu1l." NORTON O'DONNICIfL Commercial Club, 4: Riflu Tvzim, Capt., 3: Sonim' Play. "Thm'v is al kindifof clmmctvi' in thy I O., MAY MARGARIGT NORMANDO Bruzulcslst, 4: Orchvstra, 1, 2, Ii, 4: Comnwrcinl Club, 4: Forum, 2, fl. 41 Glue Club. Il, 4: Press Club. 3, 4: Class Odin "Glory is like 21 Circle in the wuts-r. Xvhinh nevvr ccrlseth to enlarge itsulff' IGLIZABICTH DAYlS, "Libby" Glen Club, 3, 4, Svc.-Troas., 4: Com- nwrcial Club, 4: Ruskotball 3: Class Bas- kvtball, 2, 4. "Shu is 21 most exquisite lady." XVALTICR R, AVIZY, "NV:nlt" l Dl'?ll112ltiC Club, Il, 4: 'I'rv:1s., 4: Prizv Spvaking, 3. "A soul as oven us an calm." PAI'l.INl41 IXIARGARIGT FREW, "Poppy" Sciuncu Club, 3, 4, Vice-Pros., 43 Math. Club, 2, 4: Glow Club, 3, 4: Upon-ttu, 4: Class Rzlskvtbnll, 2, 4. "You have '11 merry lic:.Ll't." .IOSIGPIIINTG ROSE TITIC, ".lippy" "Thr-rc :irc no tricks in plain zmzl simplu faith." Page Twenty-three Q5 :ff 45 if-Elk sign? 'fi 'v f I ., f ll 4, I M95 IIIJNA l'Il,lCAN0li XVllITlClIUl'SlQ, "l'I1I" l Conmwrcial Club, 4, Glen: Club, 43 Sci- l once Club, Il, 4: 2 Type, Awards. I "l.vnmls nu-ttlu to us all." I IIIGQJ CHARLICS CVHTIS, "Chai'lin-" "I communal you to your own content." FRNNCIS l'ARKlCR PUTNAM, "Put" .XL2'l'iClll1l,ll'0 Club, 2, 3, Soc. 23 Travk, 4. "I say littlv." IGIINA MAN I'H1l,l.l1'S, "Twlnniu" Commevcial Club, 3, 4: Glue Club, If, 4. "Sumo say thy :Paco is youth and gf-ntlc sport." Gl+IORGl'ITTlf1 HILDA GIGI'lGRlG "Gvorf.rc" Commvrcial Club, 43 Prvss Club, JG, 45 Glen- Club, il, -lg Track, 2, Class Track, lg Class Basketball, 1. "To me, fair fi-i-end, you ns-vm' can be old." ISIIJORIG ARIN, "Izzy" Hromlcalst. l, 11, Il, 4: Nat. llon. Soci- oty: Prizv Speaking, 33 l'r4-ss Club, 2, Ii. 4, Pros., 4: Dramatic' Club, 4: Math. Club, 2: Track, 3: Honor Essay. "Ho reads much." GIGORKIIG HAY, "Scot'tx"' A. A. Council, 4, Vice--I'l'n-s., -l: "R" Club, 4, Sree.-Trnas., 43 Scionvv Club, Ji, li Football, 42 Baseball, I, 2, -ll Basket- ball, 2, 3, 4: Class Raskctball, I, Capt., 43 ,Xmlelruss to :'Ylll0l','.fl'2l4ll1iit.l'S. "I :lane do all that may bocomm: a man." MINNIIG MAY GALLANT, "Min" fill-se Club, Zi. 4, Vice-Pros., 3, P11-s. 42 Commvrcial Club, 43 Oporvtta, 43 Class Basketball, 4. "A swvvt " gallant, suruly. IRENIC .IOSIIIPHINIG MVSKIIG f'f'lIl!lIl'l'C'l2ll Club, 4: 4 Typv. Awards. "'Tis mowlosty that makus thu: sr-cm divine" WAl.l..XCl41 MAKSIIAIIII BONVDIGN uvvallyu "llc-avvn give you many, many merry days." Page Twenty-four f ll XlIl.lwRl'II7 l'll.l'lAN0ll XVIIITIG, "Millie" 14 Type, Awards. "A lllilltillh newer bold." 1 XVIlll.l.Nlll XVISKONT, "Willie" Football, 2, 33 Hockey, 1: Track, Zi. 'Ile hatl1 a stern look but a gentle heart." MARGARET l41A'I'0N Student Council, Cl, 43 Operetta, 4: Glee Club, 3, 4, Sec.-'l'reas., Ii, Vice-Pres., 4: Latin Club, 4. "A gracious, innocent soul." DOROTHY JIGAN SIGYMOVR Commercial Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, Ii, 4: Oporetta, 4, School Play, 43 Senior Play. "Match me with at good dancer." .ll'NlC 01Llf1I.Il41 CANTIN Commercial Club, 3, 43 I.'ibi'arian, 2. "Shall l compare thee to a summei"s 4 day?" ,., A RUTH SINIGRT, "Ruthie" . Broadcast, 2, Il, 43 Press Club, Il, 45 , - li Type. Awards "My words fly up." ' FRANCICS l+ll.l'1.XNOR FURTIICR, "Ml" Operetta, 45 Glue Club, Ii, 43 Libra- rian, 21. "Tha-re's little of the melancholy element in her." ANASTASLA AGNES Slllllllillld "Annie" Commercial Club, 43 Class Basketball, 2: 3 Typo. Awards. "llere's a flower for you." FRANK RIFHNRD MURTON, "Dil'k" Football, 4: Rifle Team, 3, 4, Pres, Il, 4. "A fellow of plain, uncoineil constancy." ALICE MARY UONLEY, "hunky" Commereial Club, 3, 4. "Of a cheerful look, a pleasing: eye." Page Twenty-five ARMAND MARC r1IGl'l'2Rl'I, "Rip" Class Trous., 1: Rl'lTHllC?liSl, il, 4: School 7 Play, 4: Prizm- Spruking, Il: Conmxorciul Club, Ii, 4, Prrs., 4: Pross Club, il, 4, Trl-ns.. 4: "R" Club, 4: Ilrmuzltic Club, Il, 4: Football, Il, 4: Baseball, 35: TI':1c'k, l Il: l:1lSkf'tbllll, Il: Class Hziskvtball, l, 2, 3. "Ho is c-omplc-to in fvaturv and in mind." STANLEY .IOSEPII PIAXVLUCK "Slirik" Comms-rrinl Club, 4: "R" Club, 1, 2 Il, 4: Huskutbnll, 2, 3, 4: Class Raskvt- hill. 1, 2: Football, 1, 2, 24, 4, Capt.. 4: llockvy. lt Tl'2lPk, 1, 2, il, 4: Claws 'l'rm'k, I 'Y ' " Hon: it is 1'Xf'Clll'I'lt To havo il p:i:mt's stronyzthn MARION l'lTlll'II1 HAYES Class View--Pros., R: Tribute, fl: Ilroml- 1'-mst, Il, 4: Nut. Hon. SoCi0ty: School Play, 4: Upm-vttn, 4: Prize Sn-waking, 3: l1lbl'2ll'l7lh. 2. Il. 4: Forum, Ii, 4, Viro- Prvs., 54, 4: Math. Club, 2: ills-0 Club, 4: Class Sunil: Ss-nior Plny. l'F'0r shi- is wise if I can judge- liner." ' l1'lNAl.l7 MPRRAY CANDICRS Class Vice-Pros., 1, 2: Nut. Hon, So- vis-ty, 4: Dvbnting. 4: Clasw Dvbutinpr. l, Il, 4: Prizo SD'f?lkll'1fI. Ii: Draniatio Club. 1. 2: Forum. 1, ?: Math. Club, 2: Latin Club, 4: Mgr. Baseball, 4: Honor Essay. "Fo:1rl0ss mimls climb soone-st unto Crowns." NVILLIAM RAINSFOFD XVATl4IHH0I'S14I "Bil " Commvrvinl Club, 4: Latin Club, Ii, 'l'1'f-ns., Il: Class liuskvtbull, Il, 4: Svnlor Play. "A loyal, just, and imriglit s:ontlcmu.n." GORDON ITITTCHINSON, "llu4'kS" X f'0H1Y'lll'l'Cl7ll Club, 4 E "Your wits makv wise things foolish" MARTIN LIGROY TRIPP, "Rip" "R" Club, 1, 2, Ii, 4: A. A. Council, 4: llarsvbzlll, l, Il, 4: Football, 3, 4: Class Iluskvtbull, 4. "Hu lmth am cxccllcnt I-:ood name." KAI! the lIIl0flLfl.0'llS uxvd llllf this senior section are taken from. Shrllcefspcczffs povn1s.j Page Twenty-six l W iM +,f1 ff+ flf x' ' f' an ., -A 1 1515 4. f 7 Q l 1,1 . if J infra . Senior Shakespearean Characters ROINPO Armand Giguere Juliet Friar Laurence Titania-Queen A Fairy Antonio Basscmio Shylock Portia Jessica Lamzcelot Gobbo Rosalind Orlaozdo of the Fairies Katharina fthe Shrewj Petruchio Iher Suitorj Duncan Macbeth Lady Macbeth Julius Carsuxr Cicero Bruins Cassius Mark Anthony Cleopatra Page Twenty-seven Evelyn Rolfe Gharles Hutchins Barbara Morse Fairy Fuller Arthur Foster John Sinclair Isidore Arik Pauline Frew Ruth Sinert Raymond Lonfgway Elizabeth Davis "Roy" Tripp Dorothy Seymour Stanley Piawlock John Reed "Bill" Waterhouse Arleen Watson John Sullivan Donald Canderls George Hay Edmond Hanson Evanigeliste Maillet Letha Taylor , , . ali-Q11 rf ARX FEQ , E - : -fwf.' 4'fff...v 1929 Commencement Activities T-he NATIONAL HON-OR SOCIETY INITIATION Wednesday, May first, in S. H. S. Auditorium JUNIOR PROM Friday, May thi-nty-ffirst, in Municipal Hall SENIOR HOP Flriday, June sevent-h, in Municipal Hall BA1CCALA'UREATE SERMON Sunday, June ninth, in Municipal Hall LAST CHAPEL Wednesday, June Twelfth, in S. H. S, Auditorium CLASS DAY EXERCISES Wednesday, June twelfth, in Municipal Hall GRADUATION EXERCISES Thursday, June thirteenth, in Municipal Hvall CLASS MOTTO "Out of the Harbor Out on the deep." CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS American Beauty Rose Green and White CLASS MARSHAL Rodney Macgregor, '30 Page Twenty-eight W " I iff f I- ME PROCESSIONAL PRAYER Class Day Program Wednesday Evening, June 12, at 8 o'clock CLAASS SONG fWritten by Marion Hayesl THE GLASS VOYAGE MUSIC 'IYHE ORACLE CLASS POEM CLASS GIFTS CLASS WILL MUSIC, "A'nchored" RECE-SSIONAL PROCESSIONAL PRAYER MUSIC GRADUATION PROGRAM High School Orchestra Class of 1929 Mary Jane Fortier Senior Orchestra Dorothy LaCourse Arthur Foster Barbara Mor-se Margaret Hay Sylvio Liaii'le'ur Charles Hutchins Senior Chorus High School Orchestra Thursday Evening, June 13, at 8 o'clock SALUTATORY, "Out of the Harbor, Out on the Deep." AN ESSAY, "Character" INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AN ESSAY, "Culture" AIN ESSAY, "Citizenship" MUSIC VALEDICTORY, "The Vista Ahead" PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS CLASS ODE fWritten by May Normandol BENEDICTION Page Twenty-nine High School Orchestra Rev, Fr. 0'Mahaney Girls' Glee Club Evelyn Rolfe Donald Canders Class Trio John Reed Isidore Arik Senior Orchestra Frances Rawley Leroy E. Williams Class of 1929 Rev. Oharles Brooks gf' X x Pg Y X 'Y fir ,Nl iQ 5. . ' NE We f MF ,j l NMJQ. Fxligiis 57 -w WEE? 3 ix? M Qifff X fag: .L as 1' X 2' 'L NX? 5:-i'E79fw N'f21Xfi X5 gf,'Ww+, -af 5 3, Efilxi 5 fella ff .:,y Pfiv '- N nw 'lx' l 5 53? S2512 6EA.fr+x4S 30 OF 19 SS A L w C L Page Tim-fy Alvenise Metivier f 1 an KK W 4 A- 41? fi iii? 2 aj If We y A A 5 iff Juniors l"l'm--h-1'im'k Nilrs, Grace Doherty, Miss I-Iayes, Stella Jonaitis, Joseph Nvagnis OFFICERS PRI-ISIIIENT FREDERICK NILES VICE PRI-:s1nEN'1' JOSEPH WAGNIS SECRETARY STELLA JONAITIS TREASURER GRACE DOHERTY Smmson MISS HAYES Everett Amero Edna Auby Irene Auby Marguerite Austin John Babineau Muriel Bessey Mary Barker Herbert Barry Glendon Beaudoin Olive Belanger Oliver Belanger Edward Boivin Leona Bouchard Clarence Bourassa Laurence Breton William Canders Elizabeth Canitin Rena Carbone Irene Cole Ethelyn Cunningham Grace Doherty Greenwood Eaton Geraldine Farrar Irene Farrar Lucille Francoeur Irene Gagnon Mildred Gallant Nelson Gallant Lucille Gauthier Lydia Gentile Josie Gidrnan John Gilman Rene Goguan Edith Goodfellow Dorothy Greenman Frank Hanson Arlene Holland Alfred Hughes Elizabeth Huntoon Horace Irish Stella Jonaitis Ada Jones Elizabeth Kingston Marjorie Latham Venise LeBlanc Desneiae Legary Herbert Lermond Rita Levasseur Ellis Luxton Rodney Macgrcgor James Marr Beatrice McKel'lick Frederick McLennan Page Thirty-ooze Lawrence Millett Charles Moore Edward Murphy Frederick Niles Alphonse O'Neil Dorothy Packard Nicholas Parrella Irene Perry Lucien Provencher Carmello Puiia Peter Regis Carmello Sammarco Edward Sheehy Willard Shurtleff Elizabeth Spaulding Elizabeth Spinney Gertrude Sweetsir Vaiden Taylor Sadie Thomas Leroy Thurston William Upton Joseph Wagnis Ursula Weliska Beatrice Withee Erlon Wiken Willis Wing QQ, i ' if in S' 1 iii, Li, u' .i ?-1? , 1 Aiwyiks 31 WEGJE p' gg VX, N ,Q-'f af-f X NNNN ' Six' ggi Mig 5 j QS ff: V51 :X ' Ak gi s' ffl Qi ii Q E51 if PIA 1 .gi 31 CLASS OF 19 Imfff, 7'llf1'fy-f,p0 A -.l-,w l5, ,51gl3i ' I ig 3, iii: My R " ' PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESXDENT, SECRETARY, TREASURER, ,S PON soRs Frank Anastasio Verna Arnold Hectorine Beauchesne Joseph Bernard Yvonne Breau Janette Brown Dolores Brosseau Evelyn Bulger Lillian Bushley Marshall Cameron Dorothy Carey Jacqueline Caron John Chapitas Theodore Chase Ross Connors Gladys Coombs Leo Cormier Elaine Davis Everett Doherty William Doherty Ronello Dol-lofi' Willian Don Elizabeth Dooley Margaret Dow Annie Dugan Millbon Duguay Barbara Edgecomb John Filiault Yulwa Fioronli Lafttimore Foster Jeanette Fournier Robert Gagnon Soplhomores OSCAR TAYLOR JOHN MORRISON HAZEL BURGESS JANET LAW MISS ROBINSON MR. BROWN James Gallanlt Charles Gauthier Irene Goguen May Goodwin William Gfoo-dwi-n Eveline Hanson Dorothy Heffron Bertha Henry Bertron Holt Norman J-ack-son Lorraiine Jacques Ellen Kimball Doris Kingston Bernice Ladd Geraldine La-dd Marcel Ilafleur Alphonsine Langevin Theodore Lovejoy Susie Lutick Emily Lyon Rupent MacDonald Teresa MacDonald Claud-ia MacPhee John Matheson Marion McCarthy Charles Mclnni-s Frances McKenzie Bessie Mernont Ralph Miller Doris Millidge Fredenick Millid-ge Page Thirty-three Philip Milli-gan John Monteith Flavel Mooney Robert Mooney Beat-rice Na-deau Harold Nelson Josephine Orino Elsie Patterson Wi'll'iam Perry Oliver Pouliot Joseph Puiia Cecilia Rafuse William Rafuse Homer Roberts Ellen Rocykoskvi Theodore Ross Laura Rowen Fernande Roy 'Wand-a Sadowska Aldona -Sh-uman Alice Sicotte Virginia Smith Gertrude Stevens Stephen Taylor Kathleen Thomas Ralph Todd Beatrice Watson Frank West Raymond Whitehouse Arthur Wing Robent Wishart John Zale .o7T'Y3 fa V-CEL? 2 FMS 2:15 I A V XE Qjgyfgxf 6 E . :g Lug 3' Q1 E ,S wigs? 532W 'fxgssgi ,vi I A E,f!f3fS-15 'FMQSS f45'.3sg ig 6lf5,2wxSE r sg , :SS 23,15 SS ETX? rf- 'wiv 275'mTiiQ gMxR if,x -viLllNNfQ .id PINS :X 'mfg EW ,A LH if. we 1 15 5 Q14 E 'Y w., J y XQX5 S95 IS XS WJ nik 32 ASS OF 19 CL l 1 l w Page Tlairfy-fozlv' 4 ""' l'lf7' lfillQf 1"i'l El f ' a ll 5 V Nw PRESIDENT, V1cE-PRESIDENT, SECRETARY, TREASURER, SPON soR, Efthelyn Abbott Florence Ahearn Violet Allen Rose Amero Esther Anderson Lois Andrews Alma Arsenault Henry Arsenault John Auby Amber Austin Arietta Baker Olga Beaudoin Rene Bilodeau Adrien Boivin Kenneth Bosworth Annette Breau Ambrose Breton Theodore Breton Juliette Brule Ronal-d Bryant Jasper Bulger Evelyn Carey Phyllis Carroll Everett Chafiin Sylvian Chisholm A'lf-onse Cipriani Robert Clunie Sonia Cohen Harriet Cormier Irene Coulombe Stephen Davis Carmelle Delisle Lillian Demers Julia Dminnien Elizabeth Dolloff Josiah Dolloif Emile Dorion Maurice Dorion Ezella Drouin Gerald Eflson Elizabeth Eldridge Edith Enman Franklin Enman Bertha Farrell Irma Filiault John Fitzmorris Freshmen ELIZABETH SPINNEY JOHN DeCOSTA WILFRED GERRIER ARNOLD SINCLAIR MR. LORD Wilfred Flemming Herman Fontaine Cecile Fortier Adrien Gallant Agnes Garrett Mary Gaudet Louise Glover Bernard Goodfellow Francis Goodwin Lucy Goodwin Leonard Gruber Lawrence Harpe Pearl Harvey Edgar Hebert Ro-land Henry Ian Hickman Avis Hinds Alvena Hodsdon Barbara Howard Christeen Howard John Hughes George Hutchinson Mae Jackson Laurette J aoques Caroll Jeglinski Marian Jodrie Cecil Jones Barley Kilos Ellen Kingston M-arian Learned Annie Logis Susie Louvat Avis Longley Melba Lowell Rita Lyncwh Clayton Macaulay Adria MacConaghy Harry Manley Ramona Marti-n Austin Mclnnis Dorothy Mclnnis Mary Edna McKenna George Mercier Sltarcy Mickerciz Margaret Milligan David Mooney Julia Murphy Page Thirty-five Edmund Muskie Albert O'Cl'air Charles Packard Joseph Papasodora Pauline Paquette Mary Parrella Arland Peare Leona Peare Aubain Perry Evangeline Perry Mabel Perry Vincent Perry James Piawlock Doris Pickard Dorothy Poulin Theophilo Pouliot Veto Puiia Madison Rawley Margaret Roche Stanley Regis Jean Robertson Roland Russell Gladys Sadovwska Maurice Sheehy Frances Sinert Andrew Sinclair Arnold Sinclair Jesse Soule Albert Stewart Isabelle Srtonkus Robert Straton Janet St. Pierre Charles Taylor Ruel Taylor Gauthier Thibodeau Ivan Thomas Charles Tuutlis Norman Wad-dingbon Anton Wagnis ' Elizabeth Waterhouse Stephen Weliska John Wenckus Sybil Willans James Whytock Willifam Whytock Joseph Zanoni All 'false ew.. Mary ,Paltainawick Alvan Abbott John Alenskis Irene Allen Phillrip Anastasio Leroy Anderson Virginia Bean Elijah Bennett Jeannette Bernier Ida Bissonnett Ludger Billodeau Anthony Ballette John Bartash Doris Boutot Fred Bulger Patric Bulger Armand Burns Conrad Chaflin Robert Chasse Alton Clifford Hoyle Clifford Edith Clouthier James Conley Jomen Curtis M-ary Curtis Herman Cyr Barbara Diavis Ann Deltwa Irene 'Doherty Eugene Dubois Origene Ffiliault Vincent Flemming Adelaid Foster Cyr Fraser Sherwood Freeman Robert French Oliivette Gagnon Erwin Gallant Irene 'Gallant Lawrence Gauthier Junior High Evangeline Gentile Florin Gina-din Edmund Geroux Anne Gidmran Evelyn Gillis James Goodwin John Greene Fannie Greenman Merchant Hall Rita Herrell Margaret Hughes Charles Huntoon Stanley Jonaitis Lloyd Kaulbach Beatrice Kelly Paul Latfleur Alice Larmey Kastes Laurinates Orid Lefebre Barney Leighton Rhoden Libby Norman Lloyd John Lobikes George Lock Harold Lane Mary London Gladys Lord Hazel Lundy Noel Maillette Daniel Matheson Pearl McKellick Mary McNeil Joifre Mercier Josie Mickericz Josephine Mielle Harold Miller Robert 'Moore Matthew Mowat Lucy Muskie Erla Newell Page Thirty-six Angelina Parlermino George Patenaud Harold Paterson Veronica Perry Arthur Philbrick Margaret Phillips Albert Plante Stephany Plazankis Adrienne Prevost William Pratt Olivette Pouliot Dana Putnam Marjorie Rice Olivette Rhoderick Ida Rowe William Rowe Laureda Roy Lorettfa Ruff Cedric Russell Stanley Softman Stephen Scharaffa Irene Siddell Ferdinand Sobut Gladys Spydlell Augustas Stalmuke Felir Stalmuke Starcy Stolmain Eva Sullivan Wilfred Tardif Ralph Tate Theron Virgin Raymond Vi-gue Ann Wagnis Howard Waite Leo Wilson Douglas Wishrart Margaret Waugh Walter Yanish Helen Ziko X XX X fy A , T? 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Q, W-, ,,,, , , , 1 -4 , , , . , W , f . , - , , , 1 1 . , 4-.W FJ' M" gf' ,f,f.5.fH,I .txf.,G'1 ' Y LL -- f - , 3,4 7'::7'tQ5' Z" ' 'L ' -N ' -51 ' f::' --14 ! Y 'AH-fx "Epi ,4.-,,.E- ffl- ftp: --- ,f 432 , - ,Z ' -, ',. A 1, , 4:1 .. i in .33-'F-Zi? nj E5L:?f'Z':il7i'liL1,,!' W, -, HE inns of Shakespeare's England supplied both ,food and lodging to travelers and thus took the place of the old monasteries. At the country inn, which was a post house as well, the driver of the publicior private coach changed horses. In H olinshed's Chronicle he assures us that in 1587 the inns of England were not as those of other lands. Abroad he said that the guest was under the tyranny of the host, but in England the inn was to the guest as his own property and the host his servant. g In the courtyards of the inns strolling companies performed plays, and so when the first theaters were built they were modeled after these court- yards. Besides offering the traveler rest and food the inns of London were places where the men of the time gathered to discuss the activities of the day. The "Mermaid" in Bread St. was inseparably connected with the namxes of Raleigh, Shakespeare, Beaumont, Fletcher and Ben Jonson. No one who has read of Sir John Falstajj' and Dame Quickly will ever forget the "Boarshead" in Eastcheap. W 5 I . A ? i l' 'ill' il 'W A i 3,- Q U ' .J " ' X 1 'L P? I Y ai r fi 1 i. 'J ' il ii ,I ,mv Girls, Glue Club Upaerextrta First linw: 5l2ll'l0Il Bl4'l':1rthy, lflvvlyn Rulfv, .Ianni-ttv Ilruwn, I':iulin1- Xluttln-ws, Mary Jam- Fortivr, l!:u'b:iru Morsv, Alcwion Huyvs, I4:l1'b:u':1 l'lllf-l'K'l'0lllb, Vuulinv Fw-w, Hx-:itz-in-1' XVilIu-1-, Lois .Xlnlrmx's, V1-vilv l4'0l'tll'l', Yvnisv lmlilzmv. S1-cowl Row: llvrnlmlim- Iizulul, Tlvssir- M1-mont, liomthy l':u'vy, Str-lla .l0n:litis, Dorothy Svynmur, Fairy Fulll-r, .Krlm-n Wntson, 1++'1':im'vs Ruvvlm-y, Mrs. Swm-att, .lm-:mns-ttv IA-g:u1'y, Minniv llilllillll, .lam-'l Law, Ella-n Kimball, ldlwlriul- l"1ll'tlt'l', lfllizzxbm-th Davis, IXl:lrg':u'vt lizllwrl. On the evening of February first, the Girls' Glue-Q Club, under the direction of Mrs. Swcantt, gave a very fine opcretta, "The Wild Rose," in the Municipal Hall. This was the first operetta to be put on by the Glec Club. Miss Watson and Miss Van Amburg assisted Mrs. Sweatxt in the 'coaching of the operetta. MANAGEMENT BUs1NEss MANAGER, HEAD USHER, FRANK HANSON, '30 WILLIAM WATERHOUSE, '29 Page Thirty-nina L M K f ' K , 'A 1 A 1 Sc mill Play l4'r1mt limv: llIbl'IIlllf S1'XIlI11lll', Juan- 1111l111:111, Alillf' .l:11111 I1111'l11-r, Inu-1511 Iwllw, xllll ll I Iuyvs, .l:lIN'lll' Ilrf-wn. Siwuiiil Iimx: ll:1x'i1l 311111111-5, llmlrn-x' .Xl:11'u11-u111', 1'l1:11'l1's llulvI1i11s, .Xliss Xruli Xlllllll .X1'111:1n1l Himlf-1'1-, ,I11l1n R1-ml, 41s1-111' l.15111!. The svhool play, "lu-l1ou1icl," was givn-n in the Municipal llall on the vvnn ,L 111' llc-cenibn-r thirteenth and fnurtvz-nth. This play parts wore wvll taken. CAST ploasecl thx- 2lll4ll0llCK' for all tlu II1111 .l111'111111, Armanml Glj1'LIUl'0, '29 Orin llzivid Mmm-y, 'IU Jllllt' f'1'11xl111 Evelyn Rolfv, '29 ITIIIIIIIIN lloiwmtliy S1-ymuur H1'111-11 .l111'1I1111, John Reed, l29 Ella Nl2l1'l0Il llaya-s, '20 IZVIIIIIIKL Mary Jann- Forticr, '2.l .li111 .I1111 Rorlncy Mz1cg'1'vg111 l .Vvffiv Janette Brown, '31 II1: Curtis Oscar Taylor, 'Ill S111Ii1' l"1'll1111's Jrisiv Giclinan, '30 J111Ig1' lI1'1111f111'1I Charles llulcliins COACH Miss Van Amburgg MANAGERS Oscar Tziylor, 'ill Laurence lin-tori, '30 llzirlvzirzi lillLfl'l'Olllll I1 I'11g1' Forty Arg , , . ' i ll -. l it ilii A, M. . ll, em. W - "' ll1.1lf'f rl "w H' '-1 " ' if 'QW' r 1 ligiifllf 'll .T 3, .ffl -,A 'cy 1- ' fl L. 'J l' 1 -X '..w '. .l A NC 1 ,iw will ll ' L ,i ma Senior Play First Row: llorotlmy Sl'l'lllUlll', AlIll',LlIll'1't lluy, Maury .l2lllt' Fun-til-1', I,illi:m l"l:1wlu-l'ty, Marion llztyvs, l'lY4'lj'll Rolfe, Fairy Fullvr, llorotlly l.:li'1lllI'St', l"l':1m-vs liuwlc-y. St'R'Ullll Row: llalrry llunlon, i'lm1'ln-s flilllllllllll, I'2x':111u'm-listv Mnills-tt, Miss Yun .Xllll7lll'2l', ,Xrnifmml tligiu-rv, Norton O'lJonnvll, XYillium xYill'1'l'll0llSl', llm'tm'4l:ngnm1. The senior play, A'High Flyers" was given in the Municipal Hall on the evening of May twenty-third. CAST Ilouvy Doyle Marion Hayes Mrs. Doyle Mary Jane Fortier Mrzzzic lVIur'ray Fairy Fuller Hurlmra Benneit Evelyn Rolfe Anno Anglian Dorothy LaCourse llvrrtrice Dcnson Lillian Flaherty Aunt Emmalitzls Frances Rawley Rc-sir 0'Grady Dorothy Seymour Mrs. lllason Margaret Hay l'1'oj'1-ssm' Collins William Waterhouse .lrrwlf l'Vitney John Reed Esrrz Whitney Norton O'Donnell Hob Bell Charles Gammon .Iolm Murray Evangeliste Maillett Mr, Fvyton Harry Dunton MANAGER COACH PUBLICITY AGENT Hector Gagnon Miss Van Amburg' Isidore Arik COSTUME MISTRESS PROPERTY MANAGER Grace W'0l ch Page F'orfg1-0110 Albert Smith WX XWZ W! H - ml ,l 'f -' -fiiitgi iff' L , aug? ?"? "g" :f A w ill-fllw if , Varsity Debating First Row: f,i0I'Pllllll'l0 Farlwr, Ilzwbzlra lfldgmrmnb, .l2lCflll0llYlt' Caron, Al2il'P,'lll'l'llQ Austin. Second How: Donald Canllcws, .Iolm R1-ml. Our affirmative team defeated the team from Btuckfield High School in a debate held in Stephens Hwigwh School Auditorium on the evening of March twenty-second, But on that same evening the Canton High School team defeated our ne-gaftive team in a debate held 'aft Canton. So no school from this triangle was represented at Bates in 'the final de-hates. The proposition for these debates was: "Resolved, That the United Sta-tes should not protect by armed force investments made in the Caribbean area except after formal declaration of war." AFFIRMATIVE TEAM NEGATIVE TEAM DONALD CANDERS, '29 JOHN REED, '29 BARBARA ENDGECOMB, ,31 JACQUELINE CARON, '31 GERALDINE FARRAR, '30 CA11't,l MARGUERITE AUSTIN, '30 fAlt.J COACHES MR. LORD MISS CLARY Page Forty-two fj W K4 X fff y y ffff fffwfffw My ,f 1 ffnyffn fyw Z I A A M141 fwzfffififfff ,A A ' f, w" 'v K YL 1' ' 'tlmxii' -1 i 7 L ' QJ1 ' H- 7 Niffi T' TFL 15 -',',::',".:f,i.i, 'f'11S"l5fw : l.' A 2 T -:ff l I f ix tu, af A 15 ? A-. 'f A-,ff,.-ffl. if . hx ,nfl 'uMl,f ii A 15 iii JAM, X , M 2:51 ff, '37 ,wx "4-u .:. .fkjife ff fi milRwRn.iR2se.QRi, f llnterellass Debating Donald Canders, John Heed. Charles Hutchins In the series of interclass debates held during December and January the Senior team was victorious, thus winning: the championship for the fourth consecutive year. In the preliminary debates the sophomores defeated the freshmen, and the seniors defeated the juniors. Then the seniors defeated the sophomores in a debate given before the whole school. For all the debates the question was the Bates League proposition which is: "Resolved, That the United States should not protect by armed fo1'ce investments made in the Caribbean area, except after formal declaration of warf' SENIOR TEAM DoNA1.D CANDERS JOHN REED CHARLES HUTCHINS SOPHOMORE TEAM JACQUELINE CARON BARBARA EDGECOMB MARION MCCARTHY Page Iflorfy-three JUNIOR TEAM FREDERICK NII.ES GERALDINE FARRAR MARGUERITE AUsT1N FRESHMAN TEAM CECILE FORTIER CHARLES TAY1.oR EVELYN CAREY 4 ,. Dfw.. fxlfw mqgr d V j fie f if ' 1, 1 u 4 ' - I p .L. " , ,IW Junior Prize Speaking On Thursday evening, March 14th, the annual Junior Prize Speaking Contest was held in the Stephens High School Audi.'ooriu'm. The Crisis Regulus to the Carthaglnians Blue Roses PROGRAM Invective Against Louis Bonaparte Fauntlerofyls Wail The Black Horse and His Ruler Cherokee Roses Arnold, The Traitor The Wheels of Time The Highwayman FIRST Pmzr: Fon BOYS ELLIS LUXTON PRIZE WINNERS 'GRAND PRIZE LAURENCE BRETON Page Forty-four Marjorie Latham Lawrence Millett Beatrice Withee Rodney Macgregor Dorothy Greenman Peter Regis Dorothy Packard Ellis Luxvton Elizabeth Hunbo-on Laurence Breton Fmsr Pmzm Fon GIRLS DOROTHY PACKARD S C Q 'CID E 1-3 ws 5 G 03 rm E C eel G Q9 CJD Q 5 N C1 ,HS of gHO CQ 'U-+- Em W-4 'U so 53 me gm Sw. 2 3,4-w i-32 5 gf. ga wif-I CD ,C . 'JU Q-4 - on Ed 38 bb is .Cl Em was 3? SE' za... '33 LEE +-'cs .O 'cs gill C1 55.2 'WS D, EZ S-4 :1 EO -SS 3-4 QE 25: N 'U C CJ 4-1 cv C' m Ogg D-4 II C5 .21 li CYS .2 4-7 U N S-4 Q4 'U QD fi .2 D D: GJ .-Cl +7 CI O 4-7 2:0 .E .SI U2 5 Q 'l'4 C2 I-4 5 O 'vw O U2 P: C3 T? CD GJ L4 ,ct -50 .E Q9 ,E 4-7 bb .E 5-4 5 Q .E .-C1 'U F3 as I-I Q- a -,eg .M CI 'HS-I Oo was 5.5 3,62 CS the e W rg Geo shingtong one was of Martha and O 4-3 te utiful esta ken he bea CYS E 'fl-4 O GJ 'U ..-4 V1 -A-w .- O ggi-7 +9 O Q34-P S-4 Q2 B CI2 .95 7-1 H55 .-O EE CD P: GH.: we U -E 173:12 QD S-1 GJ 4-v 44-4 O fn? Els ..-1 qg 365 DOH. Ver at Mt. 6 4-3 453 . 'CE Us QE 'Es ,Di YD EE .E '55 cu.Z .cs- HE an Eb' '25 U2 egg' '23 ga Us? Mol EE cd 32 Q 9. Zu. cd fc: nv-I :- En lled through e. On on .2 S trave the party Greenwich and bfz .E G s-. Chinatown, 5 +2 GJ Cd QW? f 'W 5"fYWZ if ' 1, ftlifl w r ff 1 4 -2 Sociialls 9 We have had but few, socials this year. In September the Girls' "R" Club had a successful social. The Commercial Glub held a social on the evening of November ninth. Tlhe Seniors sponsored -a social in February. Shortly after the Easter vacation the Latin Club gave a socifal. Later in the spring the Girls' Glee Club and the Boys' "R" C'lub ,held socials. Chapels This year, as last year, we held our weekly chapels on Tuesday. The chapel committee, Evelyn Rolfe, '29, ch-aifrman, Donald Canders, '29, Marjorie Latham, '30, Philip Mi1flig'a'n, '31, and Ifois Andrews, '32, aided by their faculty advisor, Miss Murpfhy, have given 'us in-teresfting and varie-d programs. The following people have helped to make our chapel programs a success: . Miss Mvay Abbott, Mr. Moreton Abbott, Mrs, Minerva Anderson, Mr. Lewis Bradley, Mr. Chester Ghaffin, Mr. Harry Cohen, Miss Helena Brennick, Miss Beatrice Hamilton, Mrs. Nathan Ifsra-elson, Mr. Philip Israelson, Mr. V. A. Linnell, Rev. Robert Lundy, Prof. Anton Mainente, Judge McCarthy, Mrs. Jane McGee, Mr. J0hn Monteith, Mrs. Henry Morton, Mrs. Adolphus Orino, Mrs. Christian Solmonsen, Mr. Wilmont Schwind, Miss Laura Stephens, Mr. John Stephens, Mr. Philip Tlhomas, Miss Erna Van Amfburg, Mrs. Edward Warner, Mrs. 'Carl Watson, Supt. Leroy Williams, Mrs. Ralph Woodsum, Mr. Zoccali. Isidore Arik, '29, Dollard Brosseau, '29, Janette Brown, '31, D0nald Canders. '29, Bvarbara E-dgecomb, '31 , Mary Jane Fortier, '29, Pauline Frew, '29, Fairy Fuller, '29, Armand Giguere, '29, John Greene, J. H., Dorothy Greenman, '30, Frank Hanson, '30, Marwgareft Hay, '29, Marion Hayes, '29, George Hutchinson, '32, Mar- jorie Latham, '30, Venise Le1BVlanc, '30, Herbert Lermond, '30, Rodney Macgregor, '30, Lawrence Milletft, '30, Barbara Morse, '29, Filavel Moon-ey, '31, Beatrice Nadeau, '31, May Norman-do, '29, Frances Rawley, '29, John Reed, '29, Dorofthy Seymour, '29, Arnold Sinclair, '32, 'Clarence Spinney, '29, Oscar 'Daylor, '31, Arleen Watson, '29, Sybil Willans, '32, Beatrice Withee, '30. The list is incomplete, we fear, for all the names were not available when this book went to press, but we thank Uhe people, one and all, who have entertained us. Page Forty-six Q f j?5H, N . 5 , M ww WJ 5 W. -'TRQTQV . 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X, 1' 1' li -,NX 1 Y R xl iii ,W--L , 1. -,'5.Lfo,,v1N ,E-Q' XX Q w1mv V .fm - v 'w' '1 ' 1 'Mx If VFW X X 'R Ta 'T' N X My fs1g5 ,U1li'.,+ I -,VN up -E1-r2u ".' 1 JMS V3 R mix? "3 V ,ws- 1 1+ ww . 1 H M '- v 1 f -A :xx w-.sn 4 mmf: !'wfJ'uI'I 1-Q 1' W 3,'G 1 4 1 .91 Nl 4,4 QQSQ4 , 'hhflll' IM L' fu! W fiklfiiiflnwev' 'Ill f': WU , ' 1:-.5--'LQ ' 'xiww' " J f x K' l 1,1 W1 H lffji':ii33J'!." X ' 'Lp 1 " X XX4 X xspbgx XX 'tg txt 4' in Ri ii -J T the beginning of the sixteenth century there were few organizations in England besides the church and trade guilds. These guilds, which were bodies of skilled workers dwelling in the same town and engaged in the same occupation, not only regulated industry but had religious and social functions. When the seventeenth century dawned the guilds were fast breaking down and the modern world was being born. As a boy William Shakespeare was apprenticed to learn a trade and so probably in time would have belonged to one of the Stratford guilds had fortune not interfered. But Dame Fortune began this interference when after the work of the day the youth William wandered across the fields to Shottery, where lived Anne Hathaway. There in the little cottage which today is dear to the hearts of all English speaking people, he wooed and won his bride, Anne Hatha- way. A few years after their marriage, overcome by the thought of supporting his little family on the money he could make at his trade, Shakespeare ran away to London, where he became an actor and playwright. " 1.-A ' af ,M ' ' iw 1. L X. -f-f .mit '. ' ' ' 'K -- t ft mmtiiirttesieieoraoeess ,wr 'fzamtfr Student Council First Row: Marion lNlcC",arthy, Evelyn Rolfe, Mary Jane Fortier, Mr. Lord, Ursula Xvelisku, John Chapitas. Second Row: Mary Barker, Margaret Eaton, Arthur Foster, Frank Hanson, Cecile Fortier. The Student Council consists of ten members, four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores, and one freshman. Every Friday 'these -ten boys and girls meet with Principal Lord to discuss the affairs of the school. This year the Council is revising the old credit system, so that it will be less complicated, The Council arranges the weekly chapel programs. In brief, trhis Council is the power behind the throne. OFFLCERS PRESIDENT, MARY JANE FORTTIER, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, MARY BARKER, '30 SECRETARY, URSULA WELISKA, '30 TREASURER, JOHN CHAPITAS, '31 Page Forty-nine a n ik, ' '- iifffg iwig i, IW W IA: J -41 L, I I g??'rNM1z:'f.4,Z,., 'Janis 4-.A ,gg III li Broadcast Board First Row: l,:IwII'4'm'I- Mills-tt, .lx-QIIIIII-ttv III-g:1I'y, Ruth Sillvll, l"l'Illl4't'S All'li1'l1ZlQ', l.illi:m Flzllxurty, lsiclorn- Arik, Mr. l.Ul'Il, Maury 41llillilli!S. Sylvia Illwvk, 31:11-y Jam- Fiwrtiq-I', l'1-tvl' R4-Iris, John Simllnir. SI-vom! Row: ClHl'l?YH'l' Boumssu, Yuln Fioroni, llwitrico Willis-v, Doris Kim.:stmI, Mihlr--I filz1.ll:lnt, I'rsul:I VV0lisk:1, Anniv Iluusnn, Marion llzlyvs, IH-:url K:-rr, lloiwvtlxy l.:1l'uuI'sn-, l"1lil'5' l'lllll4'l', 1,1-roy 'rlllll'St-011. .... . . Third Row: Mr, Ll'SS2ll'Il, Fl'l'1ll'l'li'k Nilvs, John RI-I-nl, 1'2kl'l1ll'll0 l'IIii:u, lltlllilltl TlllII'SiHll, .Xl'lllJlT'lll fll2'lI4'l'4', NYill:1r1l Slnurtln-ff, xvlllllllll Rufus:-, Lilrism l'l'llYflY'lC'll1'l'. Every other week 'in the school printing department is published the Iironclf-asf, our school paper. This is the fourth year that we have had a paper and already it has won first place tihree times at the Maine Journalis-tic Conference. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ADVERTISING MANAGER ISIDORE ARIK, '29 LILLIAN FLAHERTY, '29 MANAGING EDITOR CIRCIILATIGN MANAGER LAWRENCE MILLETT, '30 MARY CHAPITAS, '29 Page Fifty ' l' ,',n, 4'l4LJ" rs l,' ,4 y-f 'V li '1'1fu?I .V K , t 1 K-LQ? If Z "ET 7 z S, 'WX XXV!! ff A:-ig pf, -S . lf' W -A all rlmWWvlWw'N '53- f unniingham Commercial Club First Huw: Anznstaxsizx. Suulwblv, .lm-:llmm-tie l.n-gwny, 41mfx'gvth- llipque-rv, Lillian Fluln-l'ty. ldclnsx, Vhillipps, M:1l'g':l11-t lluy, Mr. Clllllllllflllillll, .Xrnmml Gimme-1'n-, lhvroltlly l,:ll'mll'sm-, Mary June Forliur, May Nlil'lllIllltlU, Mary l'lmpit:1s, Louise .lrse-nulllt. Secoml Row: .Iuhn Sullixwm, Alice Hunley, Su-llu .lon:ntis, llomtlxy Srymour, .losoplline I'l:u-znnkis, Minnie 1l:1ll:mt, l,u1'1-tin l'!0I'!'IIll'1l, Maury lk-n'n:u1'ml, Fzuiry Fuller. Ilsvsm-iL:'e lA'R'flY'Y. Ifllizubvth t':mtin, .Xlvenisv Alvtivier, Sylvia Illoek, llhlnu Wlmitelwuse, 'Fhirnl How: 1'lJll'llIll'l' Spinnvy, liznylnuml Immnwzny, Yr-nise l.1-lllum-, Kiln lA'Y2lSNl'lll', tlabrim-llc Martin, lmroy 'l'1'ipp, Horwlun llutc-lrinsfm, Villllllll' Mzxlllwvvs, lrr-nv Muskie, llomtlmy fin-m-nnmanm, .lulm Nlrntln-son, lim-nz: Q':nrhnm-, Stxmlm-y l'iIlXYlIli'k, June Uzmtin, l-Ilizzxhm-th Davis, Norton 0'l3o1m1-ll, Ir:-ne Cole, ldlizubvtlm Spznulslingg, llznrulfl Gngxnun, xvilliillll xv5lti'l'll0ll5l', l'l1-vtoy GHLIIIOII, IVUIIIIITI 1:l'U1SSl'Jlll, lsimlore Arik, John Cllupitus, ll'zu'ulml Nelson. This club was organized to increase interest in the commercial subjects. Only sophomores, juniors and seniors who have earned a "B" in some commercial subject may belong' t0 the club. OFFICERS l'REs1m:NT, ARMAND GIGUERE, '29 V101-1-Pm:s1nr:N'1', DOROTHY LaCOURSlC, '29 S1-:em-:'1'ARY, ADELE JONAITIS, '29 'l'umAsUR1-JR, MARGARET HAY, '29 Page Fifty-one W! ZAif4'ff x I ,V L 11,11 Oki: It , thy! , ff lf ZQQZQQE " Mi X - f ,gi--if '-41 Z I1 if- 'E f I ' 44 I R "'T I 4- Girls, Glee Club First Row: fi0l'HltllI'l6 Ladd, Annie Uufrzm, l'x'su1:I NVelisk:1, Cecilia Rafuse, Bessie Mm-mont, l'Iliz:Lbeth Davis, Minnie Gzxllunt, 1'lPll'g'2ll'l't Eaton, Iiorntliy Curvy, Josephine Orino, l"l'illll'L'S McKenzie, Janette Brown, Janet Lwivv. Svvohel Row: Fl':InI'I-s Hawley, l3Zll'b2ll'9l Morse, Marion Mc'F:uI'tlIy, l'2lllllI'lt' Muttln-ws, Jeannette Leg':1I'y, Durotliy Seymour, Fairy Fuller, limily Lyon, l':lll'Il Kimball liilnn NVlIitl-- h0use, lfhlmi Phillips, May Nmmmzxmlo, lll'2ll'l.1'2lI't'i Huy, l:2ll'b2ll':l lfhlgxi-comb, llnzu-l l:lll'l.Z'4'SS, llI:u'iI:1I'et Dow. Third Row: Pearl Ilsirvey, ldv-lyn Fzirey, Georgette f1if.Tlll'I'0, live-lyn Rulfm-, l'v:u'i lft'l'l'- Marion llnyos, Edith ldnnmn, Lillian l31'llll5l'S, Idlinoi' l4'Ul'tl0l', IX.l'lt'0l1 Nlkitsun, I'Il'nm-stiiio l't'l'l'X, Stella. Jonaitis, .losiu Gisimnn, liilmi Auby, Isabelle Stonkus, Cecil.: Fortior, Puulini- l"'l'4'W, Mary Jane Forticr, Luis Andrews. For two years we have vhad Ia glee fcluibg the purpose of ithis club is to instill in its fifty members love ianid appreciation for good music. The girls are always glad to sing whenever they are Iasked rto. OFEICERS PRESIDENT, MINNIE GALLANT, '29 DIRECTOR, MRS. SWEATT VICE PRESIDENT, SECRETARY-TREASURER, MARY JANE FORTIER, '29 ELIZABETH DAVIS, '29 Page Fifty-two iii i E I-254' 1' ff' f f 7 'E ffm QAM -5 1 " 'Wifi T Q fm iffi"fETgf ,, 5' -K H . M1 ni. Q ' A .5 ,' .,'. U' 1" "L A f 1, ,imwmhiawwhaxie Tala? 2 K ilrellamld Dramatic Club First Row: lmviml Mummy, lim-tm' lluprnon, Walter' Auby, Cliarles Hutchins, Mary Jun l+'u1'tiv1', Mis-s Yun .Xmburgy Fl'!lIlL'l'rS Ruwlvy, Marion Mc-Curtlmy, Jzxnvtto Brown, 1'3:u'h:n1':l lflh vumb. Svvuml How: f3Sk'Zll' 'I':lylul'. John Sim-Izxir, Doris Immfkv, AlIll'H'2ll'1't lluy, I!:1rb:u':x Nlm 1 Armnml 1H1.2'lll'l'l', lin-lyll Rolfe, lXl:u'y l:2lI'kl'l', lflliznbvtli lluntuon. Isidmw- Arik. Thirel Row: 1:l'0l'llXVlllNl Iqlltkill, l+'l:1vvl Mooney, Rmlmfy iXf2lI'f.Z'l'l'f.Z'Ul', .Iohn lim-ml, l"l'l11Q1ilI Niles, l4'I':lllk llzmson. The objective of this club is to stimulate interest in dramatics and puze speaking. PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, SECRETARY, TREASURER, SPONSOR, OEELCERS CHARLES HUTCHINS, '29 MARY JANE FORTIER, '29 FRANCE-S RAWLEY, ,29 WALTER AUBY, '29 MISS VAN AMBURG Page Fifty-three , 'Z-"-'ZZ' or F' M H . 'QV .i w Ui, fl' w h u f 'V ' It ' ' X W 'L'-,I f , ii n L f2'Fi:5je?'Ti:a': H W L. f" f llll ' 11 llli I in 9 S.. P.. . R. Latin Club First Row: ldvvrw-tt Ann-ru, ,Xlplurnsv O'Nvil, Russ Cunnm rs, Iwo i'urmi4'r, Hnrolml Nelson Jzunes Gallant, Ernest Crawlers, liZlllI'1'I'lCO Breton, Herbert Lzruioml, Joseph Zulu-. S1-cond Row: John lim-ml, Frances Rnwliey, Doris Locke, 1i2lI'f-Z'2ll'l!t liaton, l':liZ?l-bl'ill Rowv, Robert vVlSl1?lI't, John Morrison, Miss Murphy, Frank Hanson, lim-is Kingston, Marion Huyvs, Evelyn Rolfe, I!:lrb:lr:1 Morse, Uollnrll Brossezlu, Donald l':1nrlr-rs. Third Row: l!:u'b:lru llownrcl, Bessie- M--mont, llvmlnlini- l,:uhl, Mznrjorim- Lznthzun, Eliza' beth lluntmmn, Mary l'lt'!'Yl1ll'll, I,oi'4-ttu Rs-rn:1r4l, Thi-rn-su IXI:wllunul1l, fil'l'tl'll1l4' Stew-ns, lin-lyn Bulger, U1-vilizi, Rufusv, Juni- Lziw, 1lH1'i.I'2ll'0t Dow. Fourth Row: Suniu, Cohn-n, IH-:url IIzn'x'ey, Avis Ilimls, QJSVIII' Tuylur, Mary llnrkm-r, .lusi-ph IY:u:nis, .lzwqiu-line Caro-n, Josephine Urinu, Kuthlwn Thomas, lluzvl Ililmrvss, l"l'ilY'li'l'S Mc-K1-uziv, R:n'b:n,r:l, lCmlp.:'s-vmiib, Leonurml Gruber, Jani-ttv Brown, ohn Clmpitzns. Fifth Row: XVi1li:1n1 vV12li1'I'llULlSl', Iflcwiwlvxw Irish, lirlwnrxl Murphy, Iimlm-y Mzu'1,:rm-gm'. llc-:lti'iw' NVith1-0, iil2ll'f.Z'll0I'ltt! Austin, l'vtm'r limris, Kuhn-rt Stratum, lirlon XVik1-li, 'I'ln-mlm-v llrm-lun, John Gilman, Idmlnulnil Muskiv, lun illi'k!1l9lIl, l'lx'cl'm-tt Uhzxfin, l':llVYJll'1l Slim-ally. The name of this club, which is one of the most active clubs of the school, speaks for itself. But besides fostering the study of Latin the members of the club are ever ready 'to help in any school activityg by selling corn balls they have paid for a good many things around school, OFFICERS EMPEROR, FRANK HANSON, '30 EMPRESS, DORIS KINGSTON, '31 SCMBES, ROBERT WISHART, '31 JOHN MORRISON, '31 SPONSOR, MISS MURPHY Page Fifty-four National Honor Society First Row: John Sinn-lsnir, Marv .lzmv l"'m'ti4-r lsi1'm'e Xrik l"x's-lvn Rolfm lml R l , ,,. . ,A , ',.c1n ow. Mrxrion llnyvs, Arthur Foster, Frzlncws Rzlwloy. Second Row: l:l'Ili'l! NY'olL'l1, Alba-rt Smith, li1lI'bIll'll Blorsv, lmrothy l,2lU0lII'SlJ, lilizzxbvtli liowm-, llonnlml CZlIl4lt'I'S, Doris l.o'Cke. One of the greatest honors a pupil can receive while in high school is election to the National Honor Society. To be elected to this society one must excel in scholarship, leaders-hip, character and service. Stephens High has had this society for six years, Each year the Honor Society banquet, followed by the initiation, is one of the Commencement activities. Page Fifty-five ' ill' - lil fl ' H-ll,ll?llv3lWllPfelu1uWww.aee,fl.s egylcff, i. 1 ' ,kill 'f,, -YEYQFJQM fW iii V 'Fi mi K. fJ National Athletic Honor Society First Row: Alrthur Foster, Armand Gflguere, Joseph Wagnis, George Hay. Second Row: John Sinclair, Sylvio Lafleur. Athletes, who receive an average rank higher than thalt of the school for three half years, are elected to the National Athletic Honor Society. There is only one senior, Sylvio Lafleur, who received that honor in his junior year. This year the following were elected: Arthur Foster, '29g Armand Giguerc, '29g George Hay, '29g John Sinclair, '29g and Joseph Wagnis, '30.. Page Fiftgrsix 9 'l f llwvflllri ililf-, High School Orchestra lineeling: Norman XV:ulmling'tun, Robert Cluniv, Ellis Iluxton, lleorgw- llutchinson. Sitting: Muy Nornmmlo, Ali-Ibn Lowell, Yirarinin lil-un, P':unny lll'l'l'lllll!lI1, Ulivm-tt'- Pouliot, lfllizztbetlli Rowe, Annie Iiugxm, lrllizubi-tl: lbuvis, l"'lt2lll1'i'S Hawley, Pauline Mzittlnwws. Stzimlirmz llvrbn-rt l,i-Vmonil, Um-ilriv Russell, l'vtl-r lil-gis, Muilison Hawley, liohi-'ri XYish:1rt, John Gilman, 'l'livoclol'v lin-ton, Imlpli 'l'o4lml, l':il'm1-llo I'uiizn, Frank llzmsun, 'I'ilOl!l2lS l:lll'l', Nivlmlus IxZll'0ll!l, Mrs. Svvvntt. Rumford is very proud of the Stephens High School Orchestra, for this orchestra won first prize in Class A in the first Maine State Orchestra and Band Contest, held in Waterville last May. Three members, May Normando, '29g Helen Jeglinski, '28g and Raymond Longway, '29, were selected to play in the first All New England High School Orchestra Festival, held in Boston in 1928. Last fall the Orchestra played at two different meetings of the Maine Teachers' Convention at Bangor. Mrs Sweatt is the director of the orchestra, an-d Dollard Brosseau, '29, is the student leader. Page Fifty-seiieoz Y - V ' 'f1afs....fQeiii ? 1 si ' gsiggii ' " 'L 1 mf lfihgzf M? f 'Y .n."L,p ,,,, w u 1,1 1 R. I Q V STM, 7--gi", ,, g '2 f- 2 --1 ,,4 fi ,imemwlffliim-egimaier laces limmmvwnvimimmczfim, anime Science Club First Iiuw: Doris lmckv, liflnzx XX'hit1-Imusm-, llurotliy I,:1i'uLl1's1-, ill'2lI'I' XVn-lvh, .Xrln-1-n XY:l1- sun, Mrs. All4lt'l'Sl!Il, Paullim- Aluttln-vvs, Pexulim- Frm-vv, Irvin- Auby, Murivl Ih-ssl-y, Ira-nv l"IlI'l'2ll', Sm-mul Huw: llm-rbvrt, lim-1'nwn1l, John Sinvluir, Ilnruthy I'vl'ry, Iizlrbzlru Mursn-, l4Iliz:n.bn-H1 ltuwm-, lflvvlyn Rolfe, Marion llnyvs, Ssuliv 'I'hmn,:us, Gm-1':1I4lir1v Fzlrl':u', lllwlith tlnmlfm-llow, Syl- viu Ilufln-ur Third Row: lllthnuml llunson, Arthur Foster, l'l1:1I'l1-s llutcluins, il:-urgv llny, Iflvanmle-liste Muillm-tt, Hnynlund llongwvzly. This club promotes interest in science. Its many activities and social events make it one of the best clubs of the school. A student who earns an "A" or a "B" in chemistry or physics, is elegible for membership in the club. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, ARLEEN WATSON, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, PAULINE FREW, '29 SECRETARY, GRACE WELCH, '29 TREASURER, PAULINE MATTHEWS SPONSOR, MRS. ANDERSON Page Fifty-eight in biology , '29 Pine Tree Library Club Left to Right: Beatirlco McKellick, Irene Cole, Barbara Erlgecomb, Mildred Gallant, Fzriry Fuller, Mrs. Anderson, Marlon Hayes, Dorothy Packsinl, Stella Jonaitis, Jeannette Logiary, Janette Brown. Only those girls who serve as student librarians may ,belong to this club. Dur- ing the eighth period, once a week, Mrs Anderson gives the girls a course in library training. Several worth while books for our library have already been purchased by the club, which is one of ithe most useful organizations in the school. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, FAIRY FULLER, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, MARION HAYES, '29 SECRETARY-TREASURER MILDRED GALLANT, '30 SPONSOR, MRS. ANDERSON Page Fi f ty-'nine Wyf iw WW f ff I 'f' fyf I ffff 7VlfWWWJw WfWfff7 f '. , 1' ,7if,,f1f'ff1fffaf:,f':fi'fqffr,' f f 1 f I , f " ff, , I ' - 'I I ' " ' f'.I " 'W 'L Y- 7475 . ' ' I 'T - 1- .ia-f a'i U"- 'iqM'f " 'i-II .I i Refi at 'el .- if f fm . ii M l 'iiuiwnliim2 eh. dj Platonic Forum First Huw: lil-nn, l'Ill'll1lIIl', Gran:-v livin-rty, I-Zilwzirxl Slim-liy, Marion McCarthy, 'Bliss l'l2lI'y, Marion Iluyvs, l+'r'wlvrick Nili-s, Muriel lim-ssvy, Ilzlrbzurai l4l4lf.:'n-vunib, Fairy Full:-r. Svvond Row: Jucquvlim- Uurnn, IH-:ri-l K4-rr, In-tim Tnylur, Grace NVo.lch, Sylvian Ulm-k, ldlizribvtli lluntmm, Allll'j1ll'l1' Iizmthum, May Nm'm:unmlu, Alx'e-nisv Mvtivin-r, Phyllis Cznrrul, IH-vilv l"m'licr. Third Row: Nm-lsmi Gzillnnt, l'Ivs-11-tt Griffin, ClI1lI'lI'S Tuylur. Only those who are interested in 'debating are members of this club. If it were not for the Forum, debating' would get but little support from the student body. During the year there has been talk of combining this club with the Ireland Dramatic Club. OFEICERS PRESIDENT, MARION HAYES, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, FREDERICK NILES, '80 SECRETARY, MARION MCCARTHY, '53 TREASURER, EDWARD SHEEHY, '30 SPONSOR, MISS CLARY Page Sixty fy,',, I M, .. . 9 -V fmw AZ: "-if ' 2 Press Club First Row: Ruth Sim-rt, Lillian Flanlwrty, Fairy Fuller, Mr. In-ssziixl, Mr. Lornl, .Xrm:m4l lligwu-rv, lsiilmu- Arik, Maury .lame Fm'tin-r, A1-lm-I1 XY:1tsun, Ih-:Ltrivv NYitl1vv. Svcunml Huw: Sylvia, liluvk, l'4ll'2ll'll'l'S liZlVVll'y, .imxllrwtto In-g':il'y, th-o1'g'i-ttv lllf.Z'lll'l'l', Mil- ilrcd Gzillzmt, May Normnmlo, l'u:u'1 li-err, Doruthy l.Illll!lll'St', Mary Clmpitzis, .Xl'llllll' Fnstvl', IR-ter lim-gis, llollziril lll'0SSl'Illl, t':i1'1m-llu liuiin, XK'ill:ur4l Slmurtlvff, I,:1,w1'vluw- Millvtt, li1ll'll'll ll1'0X'IlIlK'lll'1'. The Press Club was organized to increase the interest in journalistic work and thus link the Broadcast Board with the other members of the student body. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, ISIDORE ARIK, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, LILLIAN FLAHERTY, '29 SECRETARY, FAIRY FULLER, '29 TREASURER, ARMAND GIGUERE, '29 SPONSOR, MR. LORD Page Sixfy-one fZJ4z,f'fQi'.,. Z? X WWW MW WZ? f fqwfr ,f . , , f , U , f f f L- ,Smf,77ft A ' 5? 4 Z ,A ff! ,ff , fi 5 X W f if f . K , '25-2 TP 2. fi., - gf , X X! 1 , f 3 .f , Lg, , gf ' -lil f I n v, 3 '11""- 4442---rf A -ff -gg, ' , 1 ,L ZJWT W Qkyfffg f , , ??iii5?3f,, l z g m 'Ir-, ,i"'n, ,-N 1-Y --1 " 'V "f -A gg? ggiv ' f--uf ,.f 5: , , ' 4 .- 'fi 'ffm ' ' - f ' ,:f5'- V AN' Y . ' -- 1 '1 - ' f ,W w Ui, 'rf , H1 1 1 I qu 1- ,LMAMA-L! ATEN W 'sf' ' qw .,' :Z X v 1 , 'fry i M mtmwummgll Al lie fart r tumm W Maia Girls, WR99 Ciuh First Row: D-eatrice Nvithee, Lillian Flaherty, Mary Juno Fortier, Mary Clmpitus, Beatrice Watson. Second Row: Arleen VVa,ts0n, Miss VVatson, Barbara Morse. As 'there were no varsity sports for girls during the fall and winter terms the only members of this club are those who won their letters last yea-r. SPONSOR MISS WATSON Page Sixty-two H t' tff 5 W?T- f'- 1 Boysg MR99 Club P First Row: .Iumvs 1'iIlNYlUl'k, llunnlml 'Fhl1l's1tnl1, .Xl'tlllll' Fustvr, .Xrmuml l:iHl1UI'0, I'I1lw:1l'wl I - .- 1 , , , v, ,. ', 1 ' .- f . , lr0lXlll, .lulm 5lllllX.lll, Manly ll.n5, Job-4-plx Xxrlglllh, IUIIIIII' IJUIIUII, Rm-nv l.ogu.m. Sm-001111 liuw: Ilalruhl GHLYIIUII, Iinwtm' H:lg.:'11u11, .Iuhn Sim-l:xi1', l+Ix'z1l1g'vlist1- Mzrillvlt, X Stanlvy' 1'izux'lm'k. IIWOA' T1'iPD. l12llll'l'!1i't' Hrvtmm. Sylviu l41lf1l'lll', Ilzwiml Mounvy. This club fits made up of the boys who have earned their letters in the major sports. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, JOHN SULLIVAN, '29 VICE-PRESIDENT, EDWARD BOIVIN, '30 SPONSOR MR. FAULKINGHAM Page Sixty-three .P e ll I m llllmWm-M24 AMW ,rt-ini ,mwah R rw ,MV l,,,l,W, ,. E. , ll H f I A Y K Q f ,f if FQ, IQ! I, ,j,!lfg,,,yf!'f ,ntjly J,W,iQi6 Ki!! ,W ' , f. , kf--L ' il" , f . 1 A if A ejggfiff I I . I . I 4? ff'-wwf f fi 1 lfu if, H M lwlli l' ',,i,4y. , gi 1 mg ff"-ifiyvmllrll--QE i',M-d'VW'Q1HJf" ,tif .T ' olbinscon Mathematics Club First. Row: Russ Cunnrzrs, .XllIlIf'llSt' 0'Ncil, Robert XYish:1rt, Rum-llo llulluff. Luv l'Ul'lIll1'I', llnrulml Nvlsun, Nurmzm Juvkson, li2llll'l'l'IL'l' Ilrvtun, N4-lsnn flullunt, th-Vulmlino F:1Vl':u', lrm-no F':nrr:n'. Sv:-nml Row: .lusvph hvilLZ'IIlS, llllllllllt'AlJltll14'VVS, Iflvvlyn Rulfv, I4'l':um'm-s M4-K1-nzii-, Imrntliy IH-rry, John Sinc-luir, Miss liwhinsmi, lilizfnhm-th Rowe, l!:u'b:u'n Morse-, TllQ'l'1'SIl Mc- llunzilml, .lzmm-I l,:1w, lXl:ll'p::n'x-t Iluw, l'l4lith llnmlfm-llnw, -lllllllltl' llrown. 'Fhirsl Row: lflmlwulwl Murphy, Oseur 'I':xyl01', IN-url K4-rr, I':xulino Pouliut, l'Inlmun-I ll:1n- sun, l4l1lw:u'xl flriffin, I':1ulin1- Fri-w, liZltlIl4'4'Il 'I'lmm:n,s, lmlhn. 'l':nyIur, .lust-plminv Hrinn, Iluz:-I l:llI'jJl'SS, f'l'L'lllil lizlfllism-, Ilurothy llvffron, H1-l't1'i11hA Sim-x'4-ns, Szulim- Thumzis, I'Itlu-lyn llllll- nimzhnm. .l"Hlll'lll Row: 1111-1-nwuml Nzltmi, l'I1'lun XYik4'n, .Xl'IwlIlll' Fostn-r, John Murris1m, l'l1lw:1r1l Vpton. This club is a true study club, for at the meetings only those things pertaining to mathematics are discussed. Boys and ,fzfirls of the three upper classes who earn an average of eighty-five or higher in mathematics are elegible for membership in the club. OFFICERS PRESIDENT, JOHN SINCLAIR, I29 VICE-PRESIDENT, DOROTHY PERRY, '29 SECRETARY, ELIZABETH ROWE, '29 TREAsUR1-:R, BARBARA MORSE, '29 SPONSOR, MISS ROBINSON MR. ROSS Page Sixty-four f f :ff1f21f"ff ' f , 47' f 4-ff Q , ,ff ,,,f ffyy ,Lf ' jg-'ff Q ff' Xff I Z ffzfffzfVjfiVf'.2,f'fl,2f5',Qf " X ' 11,6 'flgffffifif W7 ' 'X ' W ' I f X f f K!! 145: f X X 4 f f ff f f X f WZ I Z, if I 7fg44j7 g1'W fifff ff If Q, Qf! uf ff!" , J f f! IA!! 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'fx X g'T-.,-- f - iIi'-'T-'- 1 , - 'EEL K - ' -- ..- ,Vi,.,f 124 - J 11:1-'Q rg,- 'J'-' fyhax ' , fl Eff' C ff? fffzinfvfffi 422 ,--- 'ff 252: ' LA-Z""'k 735 -'-ii'5"'d-1, --- J -L:MffH'f H-4'-fu ' x f i f A 'F'-E ' A' 1 XX .Zi-lx , Q -' Y ---3 Y if rg' f 4 ' T - - E ' J - L, 1,- ..: Y F ,J if 4, A-if ,...g.:fij,,lg?Gwv Ei Y A, if--'iq 1 QL fi gg, tunities for sports and were encouraged to goin in manly games on holidays and feast days. Wealthy citizens of England indulged in hawking and hunting, but bear bait- ing was the sport of all classes. The mastership of the rul- cr's bears, bulls and mastiffs was an important office. The bears, chained either by the hind leg or neck and sometimes blinded, were either worried by dogs or whipped by men- and how the spectators laughed to see the bear's struggles and attempts to maul his tormentors. Robers Laneham wrote: "It was a- 'very pleasant sight to see the bear with his pink eyes tearing after his enemies' approach." In 1575 Queen Elizabeth witnessed a bear baiting in which thirteen bears were tormented. The Paris Garden of Southwark is the most famous scene of bear baitings. The Puritans con- demned this sport and in time put an end to it. Of course there were other pastimes. Football was a sport of the time but it was a game played without rules by ruffians. Aldermen and common councillors tried to put it down and fined merchants whose apprentices were found playing in the streets but nevertheless the practice continued. The game of bowls was played then much as now, and Eng- lishmen were experts at card playing and dicing, excelling in this the players of all other countries. Every gentleman was expected to play on some instrument and to sing at sight his part in a madrigal. HAKESPEARE'S countrymen enjoyed many oppor- o vu I I Q T c mizf J Giiirllsg A.. A. Council First How: lloutricv XYitlII-0, lil'I'12l K'1ll'b0IN', l3:II'b:m':I MOVSI-, lrvnu UOII-. Svvonml Row: Mary Uiizxpitrts, Mznriun MI'l':1I'tlIy, Miss XY:Itsm1, flr:u'v XVI-lui This council was Organvized in the year 1927, for the purpose of promoting' lntclcst in gilrls' 'athletics in Stephens pertain to girls' athletics. PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, SECRETARY-TREASURER, SPONSOR, SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE, JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE, SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE, Higvh School. It handles all minor mattus which OFFICERS BARBARA MORSE, '29 RENA CARBONE, 'no IRENE COLE, 'so MISS WATSON GRACE WELCH BEATRICE WITIIEE MARION MQCARTIIV Page Sixty-scawen lfi f w l I I --a s 2 I - Bfoysg A. A.. Council First Row: John Sullivan, George Hay, Jclhn Reed, Fvemleriek Niles, Leroy Tripp Svcionsl Row: f'il'l'lll0il0 Surilnmlvo, Mr. Faullkimxlizirn, Joisoph NV:lI.rni,s. The Boys' Athletic Council ils the representative body of the Boys' Athletic Asso ciation which is the richest organization in s-chooil. PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, SECRETARY-TREASURER, SPONSOR, SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES, JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES, OFFICERS JOHN REED, '29 GEORGE HAY, '29 FREDERICK NILES, '30 MR. FAULKINGHAM JOHN SULLIVAN LEROY TRIPP CARMELLO SAMMARCO JOSEPH WAGNIS Page Sixty-eight W7f'f"1ZWfWWWfWf'WuAalff " ' WWW WfwefwfffwkafwzQWVWWHIYW ! i 'F ' 'WWA X'f6iialQ5f a22QQffffi.SQff'67f5'f' JZ X K ' f 'VY f X 9 f'LAQiMnV'5., 4, 1473 , 7.39 ' f '17, ,f ,go ,fy f',ff,, ,4 H- ' ,f , l w 3 - i ' ,. 5-,, ,i , 431-:gg f if .- 76 f ' f ,QV ',f'f,!,f- --'SL ,141 .44 fri? , . f, --- f: . . .i,-f . . ,Y +1-f1::'f:: --1.1, ixf' 15212 :ii-::?' . . '31 U v- lr ' q w ' .i ' ' 'r'vgp-5 ?gfi'-alfa 1 T3-in-122 WT ,ifii'iuF"3?w VAT , , .. , M i l 1.4 mf M Ieiggkgygyf ' ,fl ,. ,FQ lm i JllululWl'mvwMm X A Wi ll A oortballll First Row: l.:nwr4-nw M1114-tt, Olin-r Poulio-t, Frm-ul Ali'lA'l1l!:lT1. Robert Mooney, Fluvvl Mooney, llcrbvrt lfoxitriim-, Alphonse KYN1-il, G-oorgv llzly, Imroy Tiipp, Armuml Gigllwr-, Joseph XV:1,p:nis, Dominick lim-vi. .Xrlliur l+'nstm-r, l4Iv:iiig.:'4-lists: Mzlillvtt. Sm-ond Huw: .lulm Miwrismi, Arnold Sim'l:ni1', NYill:1l'il Slillrtlm-ff, liolwrt Russ, Joseph 1'uii:i., Mr. t'o-li-mrm, John Sim-lzxir, I-ldwziril Murphy, Cznrmello S:nnni:n'rn, Mr. F:iulkim.:h:mi. llhlvvzirml lluivin, .lolm Sullivzm, .lnmvs Vizlwlock, Stanley l'i:1wlm-k. The 'big' event of the seas-on was the Mexico and Rumford game. Because S.H.S, won tihis game, the members of the various clubs gave each player and coach a tiny gold football. MANAGER, JOHN SINCLAIR, '29 COACHES, MR. FAULKINGHAM MR. COLEMAN ASSISTANT MANAGERS, EDWARD MURPHY, '30 CARMELLO SAMMARCO, '30 SCHEDULE Team, P1066 S.H.S. Opp Edward Little Auburn 0 Hebron Seconds Rumford 0 Wilton Academy Rumford 34 Berlin Berlin 13 South Paris Rumford 13 Gardiner Gardiner 0 Mexico Rumford 25 Page S'I'9I'lliIl-'lIl'Ill? ,747 39: Ly 3' Jfyclg, ,,f,fKn,!x f,fV an fl. 4 . g!h,fzf,f,,7 f I I Z K ff N M W, Zi , ji! 'NF I, 4 ,ff ' 151' -A ?Pi1f11l295 '? Q4 tifwf ,ff21f'4-ifzwlfigf' Ui"i1" it "' r WH" lv f Q 'L' " A vfwxi' ' 1 H11 C " f" 'Tl ' t?MW??WWWwsrfiinin.mtL , Winter Sports First Row: llzivid Mmnivy, lmn:nl1l 'lll1llI'Sl1lll, Iii-nv ihmgiiznli, limila- lmriun, l.:iu1'vn"1 Ilra-tmi Sm'rni4l Mow: Sylvio Lfmflm-ur, Mr. Uulviiiznri, llnlwvlil fizurrwli. Tho Winter Sports Team won in a dual meet with Mexico and in one with Canton. Also the team came out firslt in the Oxtorcl County Meet held at Andover, In the State Moot, which was a part of Rumf01'd's VVin'te1' Carnival, our team won four-th place. CAPTAIN, RENE GOGUAN, '30 MANAGER, CARMELLO PUIIA, '30 COACH, MR. COLEMAN Page Seizcnfy f 215, e A ,jTi?Lf44t:f3E' - 11-fgvf i' . ' - 1 i It - "iid T llnterelass Basketball 4v,. .. 1 A 1- - Inst Rim . In-o tormier. XXlIl1:1m lion, Russ il4lllIllII'S. flSi'IlI' 'llilXlUl', John Munn-itll. S1-mnid Row: llzirolel Nelson, Kmvln-rt XX'ish:11't, Mfireel l.:1I'ln-llr, l.z1ttinnn'e Fostex: The Sophomares won the interclass basketball championship by defeating' the Juniors who had 'tied with them for first place in the series of games. The itroplhy cup thus won by the Sop'homores was donated by the Boys' Athletic Association. SENIOR TEAM JUNIOR TEAM SoPHoMoim TEAM FRESHMAN TEAM L01-Oy T1-ippf Everett Amero, R. Connors, fCap.j Stephen We-Iiska, fCapwt.J QCapt.D Leo Cormier fCapt.J Arthur Foster Laurence Breton William Don Wilfred Gcrrier Harold Gagnon Greenwood Eaton John Monteith Stephen Muskie Armand Giguere Carmello Puiia Harold Nelson Veto Puiia Sylvio Lafleur Carmello Sammarco Oscar Taylor Arnold Sinclair CLASS .STANDING GAMES L0s'r GAMES VVON PCT. VVON SENIORS 3 3 .50 JUNIORS 2 4 .66 SOPHOMORES 2 4 .66 FRESHMEN 5 1 .16 Page Seventy-ooze ' ., H ?f7 2 fame I 6 he '7f5n2?i.A' ' " iff' me A Varsity Basketball First Row: Geo1'p:,'1- llzxy, 'l'lH'UIllll'l' Breton, l'l!lXVlIl'1l lioivin, I4Ix':nlu:vlistn- Blnillel, Stuhlw-5 Piatwloek, Joseph XVzig:nis, Anton NV:ugr1is. Second Row: Alphonse O'Nm-il, John llllllllllilti Ilm-tor tlngnun, .lohn Blmwrisim, Mr. Fzullkingllzml, John Matheson, Joisi-ph Iyllllll. Although the boys were disiappointed not to be invited to play in the Bates Tournament they were somewhat cheered by the fact that they won two of the three games played with the Mexico team. Because they won the inter-town championship Stephens High School has possession of the trophy given by the Elks Club for one year. CAPTAIN EVANGELISTE MAILLET, '20 llflANAGER COACH HECTOR GAGNON, '29 MR. FAULKINGIIAM ASSISTANT MANAGERS CARMELLO PUIIA, '30 CARMELLO SAMMARFO, '30 SCI-IEDULFI DATE TEAM PLACE S. OP. DATE TEAM PLACE E. or. Dee. Alumni Rumford 40 24 Feb. 15 Edward Little Rumford bil Jan' So. paris Runlford 44 32 Feb. 22 Jordan Rumford 22? Jan' Morse Rumford 42 22 Feb. 23 Gould AcademyBethel 27 , 6 F Feb. 27 Mexico Mexico 22 Jan' Mexico Rumford 32 2' March 1 Edward Little Rumford 17 Jan- Norway Norway 37 20 March 8 Jordan Lewiston 27 Feb. Edward LiittleAuiburn 20 26 March 21 Mexico Rumford 22 Page Seventy-two f f L w2ze'ff2wfwfffffif 4. -Q . if ,M f fffff we i is , , 'fy--A-AQ. --iv-- sf-Q QV' ,, ff f Q51 rw 'AAA 'ffl-z"+'a": .-,f , ,- Mr, , , M' ii f 1 .1 ""'f'4""Hil'4 Kiwi? i fix T. lu'-.4 mfr' Q , Q iifillwlml'i,llul'Imiirl.i-mi ,,,m+-if.i1fifm1iwgi,:,1m4g,',g-i!iig',e-LQKMLLAIL y Ginrlsg Basketball First Row: Pauline lfrvxr, l":miry lfullvr XF-:iv lam- lem-tivi' Xrlv--n Xx-:twin Xlimm- t'AiIl'inl Sewnlml Huw: Iillizzili-'ill Iiziris, llisg XY:l1s-iii, 4Ir:wv XXX-lrll. Girls' hasketball was very limited this year lweause of the need lor a school z.yyninasiun1 in which to practice. No varsity team was i'ormed and only interelass gaines were played. The ehampionfhip game was won by the seniors who received the cup donated by the Girls' Athletic Association. The individual high point girl was Mary .lane Fortier. '29 who had sixty-four points. Smlious Grave NVelCh Mary Jane Fortier lfllizaheth Davis Minnie Gallant Fairy Fuller Arleen Watson CI,Ass SENIORS JUNIORS Ju N ions Dorothy G reenm an Beatriee VVithee Leona Bouchard Olive Belangger Rena Carbone Elizabeth Cantin SOPHOMORFIS FRESHMEN GA Soruomoici-is Geraldine Ladd Virginia Smith Laura Rowen Emily Lyon Doris Kingston Hazel Burgess M 1-is Los'r GAM1-1 1 4 2 3 5 0 Il 2 Page Sezwiify-flzi'Pe Flzrzsii MEN Esther Anderson livelyn Carey Elizabeth Spinney Mary Parella Mary Gaudet Adria McConag'hy s WoN Pm. WoN .80 .GO 0 .40 T - Baseball First Row: Carmello Samnmrc-0, John Reed, .John Monteith, Harold Gagnon, John Sullivan, Leroy Tripp, George Huy, Rf-me Gogwmn, Sylvio I,uflm-ur, Edvvnnl Murphy. Svc-oml Row: lmunsncv Breton, Albert Stewart, Guutilmior Thibods-au, Leo Cm'lNi4'I'. Hmilu llorion, Clyslv Thomas, John Rollins, Iflrlon, VVickn-n. Third Row: Anton WV,zig'nis, Joseph I'uii:i, Honello Dolloff, .Xrnolmi SiI'1C'l2lil', 1CliYV2ll'll Up- ton, Lucien i'1'ox'zinc:i1cl', Stephen XNeiiskzi, Thuo1lm'u Hn-ton. l+'oi1l't'h Row: Robert VVisIh:li't, Illllis Luxton, Rosvou Rzirry, Pvtvi' Regis. Fifth Row: Mr. 14'2ll11kiU5.l'i11llN, Donald l'unelvrs, Mr. 1.1-sszizwl. COACH MANAGER MR. FAULKINGHAM DONALD CANDERS, '20 CAPTAIN LEROY TRIPP, '29 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT PLACE May 1 Wilton Rumford May 4 South Paris South Paris May 8 Mexico Mexico May 11 Norway Rumford May 15 Mexico Rumford May 18 Norway Norway May 22 Lewiston Rumford May 24 Souxbh Paris Rumford May 29 Gould Academy Bethel June 1 Gould Academy Rumford June 5 Berlin Rumford June 8 Lewiston Lewiston Page Seventy-four M77 rv, , A - ff" 'W 2-F' :. QT- -ff? iffx-if r ,gnsfll ng? - "- iiifif iff- ,fJF9Lv ' 1 '1A 'f'ff if -L f u g l, M41 fy 'IL -. lv- ff . H v A Mr ' 1- an 'I vu I QW f A A W L-U A i T .- A J Boysy Track First Row: Joseplh Wagnis, Alphonse O'Nei1, Lawrence Millett, Curmc-110 Puiiu, Dunaiil '1'hurstam, Stanley Piawlock, Vkfillard Shurtlm-ff, Isidorc Arik. Svcond Row: i'1llllllll"Hi Muskiv, Olivm' Vmlliot, Os:-zu' Tanylur, Nm-lsun tlnllulit, .Xrthur l4'uslvr, John Mzlthusun, Ulizlrlvs llsllltliivr, livrtron Hull. Thi1'1I Huw: Uil2ll'il'S Mvlnnis, .Xlfrml Ilughvs, l+'1':i1u'is Putnzxm, .luhn FitZIllilllI'il'l', Lluruld Mlsun, John 1Bvt'ustz1, John Gilman. Fourth Row: 'l'ln-mluro Clmsv, llumm-1' Iiuhvrts, Mr. Colt-mznn, Uhznrlvs Ilulvhins. Fifth Row: Gu-1-xiwoonl l'i2ltUl1, Emlmunml llznnson, ldrm-st l1ilI11lt'l'S. CAPTAIN DONALD THURSTON, '29 MANAGER EDMUND HANSON,'29 COACH MR. COLEMAN .ASSISTANT MANAGERS GREENWOOD EATON, '30 WILLIAM CANDERS, '30 SCHEDULE DATE OPPONENT PLACE May 2 Eastern Interstate Meet Boston, Mass. May 18 Open May 25 County Me-et Fryeburp: May 31 Wilton Wilton June 8 S-tate Interscholastic Meet Lewiston Page Seventy-five GIRLS, TRACK When Mi.ss Watson asked all the girls who were in- terested in track to meet her, about fifty girls appeared. Of these only three, Lillian Flaherty,'29g Beatrice Withee, '30g and Beatrice iWatson, '31, were "letter" girls. The track squad held practices at the Old Athletic Field when the weather and water permitted. Because there was so little time for practice no dual meets were arranged. How- ever the girls did take part in the County Meet held at Buckfield on June first. PHYSICAL EXERCISES FOR ALL A new plan wfhich was enthusiastically received by the student body was worked out for the chapel periods of Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday during the spring term, Principal Lord suggested this plan which provided exercise for all. During these chapel periods there were competitive games among the home rooms. At first the boys had physical training, jumping and relay races under the su- pervision c-f Mr. Lord, Mr, Lessard and Mr. Brown. The girls under the direction of Miss Watson, girls' physical director, had baseball games in which indoor baseball equipment was used. Because of this physcial exercises in the middle of the morning all the students have been mentally more alert. Page Seventy-six lll X N Q X X N X K X X X V! Wm' ' Ekwx NN N wif z 2 X I J fl V V' ' f . ' X my .1 . QM i YY W MMA X ff f if A V N Nav K l G if X ' T X. ? f','4'Q- K- 18? X X XX , kk' K, I -AX X g ! Aix XX QQ K WW . 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Probably this was not the only trip he made to the castle for on other occasions he may have wandered there to see the plays staged by traveling players who stopped to entertain the lords and ladies. He did not go as an invited guest but simfply as a curious boy who wanted to see a play. it 'i "bi warez., H W. mn. Who lls Marion? With apologies to William Shakespeare. I Who is Marion? What is she, That all our boys adore her? Classy, wise, and fair is sheg And Heaven, rich grace did lend her That she might admired be. II Is she kind as she is fair? For beauty lives with kindness Love doth to her eyes ensnare Many a youth to blindness, And being enslaved remains there. III Then to Marion let us sing That Marion is a darling: She makes a friend each mortal being Within this dear school building And to her let us the honors bring. g Page Seventy-nine , A 1, f 11 .,W.., Y-7QWf77Zi'2f'4i'ffff "W gig 42715 L A Inf!-Q ,f fm f 'WV' ' f' "Q,,4',,'Q ff ',j,iZf ',f,f' ff ' fjf,-4Q, ' Y, 4" 117-' ' T 'V " f L ,Vg ,jLqi l!?a,ff 'ri 'QM fi lxi 52? QMf'.'f1f 1' V7 - ,-- ---f M- E 'QS 1" 'W M':lY1Xl'-77'fy,l,,1i:,...1.ff 'ALA 'W , Q , AZQ--iz-A, , H M,fyjHr"3 ,, 1 - ,,, Jw ww nf' n f' Y V' f y V W W: f'7mA mR'z?IfbI?ni'Lg75Ex,wWu'v5TL itil!!-pggx' J ' ' ,Axim 1 V W 1 - if W- '1m 14'W91 u,s. 'f 1f f'f 1 QL '- ' H 4.3.1-LM W Y pngp Eighfll wxcffzzff f' f wfyfu , ' ' 5 - ,- , f',,' I X mv ww fffffyzfg' "ffj,fff,,' f 1 u - "A w -if 1ffM1 f 3?"'1ff .ff:Q: e4- -f:f f L' mm M'+lkf7RH?WK?W4Z+fhue.m'51,m.Fm S.l'7PL3!EJl5 Page' E'1'glzfy-our' ,f "ffl ' ffWwuffgyf,'fijfmf,r - M f f if ,fwffw fy ,fffffcflwf f f MBV. - r m UM V A' W mNo1F H fl flaw: im, , ,?Yf4, 7.5 H i " V " Ml A ' f + f fn,n T?1 54l1aiim. .m- L- ,,,.ff1,r --'3iM11i1iwg,,:,z,fQ,,4f,iffM,4g,g.3gUfQ,fgum Pagv E1'gh,fy-fwo ff ff'W'gg, 2 V QW? " WWJWW f .,, , x u Y' , L wuz, K3 6 X? gejffgz IJ"-N,w,f if fl' . Page Eigllfy-flnrva A ' 'V fy 1- ,,vx 477, -'wp' 4 f ! , K V fu..'.A.i f4Q,Lfiu44g,'1": Ig, 5 tv ,XT ya- - W - Q ' J 11 'rv "ve Q jvw! M - W " 'f,w'iN.7-ji -' WMXQE 1 1 W ',' hal' " wg Hf 'F ',,, .U-fi ff If a34vJWPHFn9MMMWW3P1HInu'JaIfxm.miimlb ,:fmMQfQ Lf2ww,m:.Tmuf. g. im fir-.ffadiurz r Page Eighty-four we , III' fig IKFSI Ti ,, Ps? 4 I 5' - 2 Ln 'S . , M 'P-: . -mm I Alumni Notes OFFICERS OF S. H. S. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT, WILMONT SCHWIND, '20 VICE-PRESIDENT, ALBERT CORMIER, '23 SECRETARY, DOROTHY HAWLEY, '19 TREASURER, LILIA SANDERS, '12 EXECUTIVE BOARD PHILIP IsRAEI.soN, '06 PHILIP MARX, '16 GRACE MANSUR, '02 PETER BEEAKER, '16 EVERETT MARTIN, '23 'CLASS OF 1928 Robert Allen is workiing in Oxford Mill, Madeline Arsenault is at home, Agostina Bralletti is in New Jersey, Arlene Beers is working in the Ideal Lunch Ro-om, Hermon Bolster is working in Oxford Mill. Emile Bouchard is working in Oxford Mill. Clifford Breton is working in Continenftal Mill, Sylvio Breton is working at Falls View Ho-tel, Paul Burditt is -attenldin-g Cayen Electrical School, Chicago, Phoebe Burr is attending Falrmin-gfbon N-Ormal School, Mfargaret Bushley is attending Fvarmliingtlo-n Normal School, Christivne Carey is working lin Continental Mill, Elizabeth 'Carey is attending Maine Schoo-l of Commerce, Roland Carrier is working in Oxford Mill, Elinor C0fTin is at lhome, Lucia Cormier is atten-ding St. E1lizabeth's College, N. J., Hoyt Day dis workin-g in Oxford Mill, Leo Decoteau is working in a Grocery Store, Margaret Deltwa is working in Continental Mill, Paul Demers is working in Continental Mill, R0cco Demonrte is working in -Oxford Mill. Linwood Derry is 'attending Baybatli Institute. Ronald Dunton worked at Chisholm Ski Club House this winter, Thomas Ellis is attending Loyola College. Montreal. Kathleen Farrell is training 'in a New York Hospital, Holman Fernrald is irn Wvashingiton, D. C., Beatrice Fraser is training in a New York Hospital, Arlan Freeman -is working in Oxford Mill, Normiain French is 'attending University of Maine, Alma Fornii is in Florida, Page Eighty-five HOME ADDRESS Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfor-d, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford Rumfordi Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rum ford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford Center, Rumford, Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Ma-ine Maine Maine Maine Maaine Maine Maine Maine Maine all ... ll l i 'Ljltw Margaret Gallant is working in Arthur Henryls office, Kitan iGiamba-bbista is working in Oxford Mill, Howard Glover is working for Marshall Howard, Andover, Kenneth Goodwin is working in Oxford Mill, William Greenman is attending University of Maine, Katie Hall is attending Bwaftes College, Irene Hans-on is attending Gorham Normal School, Ormond Hebert is working in lab. Ofiice of Oxford Mill, Melville Holland is working in Oxford Mill. Benjiamin Irish is attending B1urde'tt's Business College, Julian Israelson is attending Sufliolk Law School, Stephanie Jar-os is clerking in a Waldo Street store, Helen Jegilinski is fclerking in the "99c Store," Richard Jordian 'is attending Northeastern University, Margaret Kenney -died this last winter, Zell:a Kerr :Els working in Continental Mill, Annie K-ewezla is attending Farmington Normal School, Keene Kidder is working in his father's Garage, Henry Kowalzyk is attending Pennsylvania University, Eva Ladd is at home, Iona Longfellow is at home, Mary Lyon is working in office of Mt. Zircon Spring Water Co.. Bernard iMIaeCo'naghy is attending Emerson College, Evewlvn Matheson 'is working for Dr. Osgood, Violet M-artin is working in Nathan's Apparel Shop, John Martin is at home, Margaret Mclnnis is 'attending Farmingtiln Normal School George iMcKenzie is fattending Suffolk Law School. Theresa McNeil is training at Portland Eye :and Ear Infirmary, Felix McSshane is workiing in Continental Mill, Catherine Morrison is working in Graves' Srtore, Patricia 'Mulligan is 'at home, Mary Murphy :is attending Baypabh Institute, Charles Piawlo-ck is working in Oxford Mill, Le-vi 'Flvaczankis is attending University of Maine, Earl Pressey is attending Northeastern University, Harriet Pretty is working i-n Maine Coated Mill, Millie Rafuse is working for Rumford Ice Company, Alexander Robertson is working in lab. of Oxford Mill, Leona Roderick is attending Farmington N0+rmfal School, Sylviza Roderick is at home, Stella Ross is working in Reynoldis Studio, Marion 'Sessions is attending Farmington Normal School, Anne Shofpis is attending a business College in Boston, Josepvh Sihopis is working in McLean's Store, Ray Sid-d-all is working in Oxford Mill. Arlene Spydell is now Mrs. Myron Millett, Merle Stewart is working in Oxford Mill, Elizabeth 'Taylor is 'attending Bates College, Ethel Waddington is attending Gorham Normal Sch0ol, Edna Watson is workiing in the Times Office, Elmer Welch is attending Burdett's Business College, Peter Weliskia is working in 'Continental Mill, Walter Ziko is work-ing in Oxford Mill, Page Eighty-six 'Will Z' i s HOME ADDRESS Rumford, Rumford, Andover, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfofrd, Ru mford, Ru mford, Rumford, Ru mfo-rd Bethel, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfiofrd, Rumflord, Ru mford , Rumford Point, Rumford, Rumiiord, Rumford, Rumforrd, Rumflord, Rumilofrd, Rumfofrd, Rumflord, Rumford, Rumfofrd, Rumiord, Rumilorrd, Rumford, Rumiord, Rumiord, Rumford Center, Rumfiord, Rumilord, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfofrd, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfovrd, Rumflord, Rumford, Rumflovrd, Maine Maine Mai ne Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Mai ne Maine Mavine Ma-ine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Ma-ine Maine Maine Mai ne Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Mai ne Maine Mai ne Maine Maine Maiine Maine Mafi ne Maine Mali ne Maine Mali ne Maline Maine - ' CLASIS OF 1927 Mary Arik is working in the "99c Store," Mona Bedard is working for Maytag Co., Robert Beers is working in Oxford Mill, Malcolm 'Bowfden is wolrking in Oxford Mill, Lester Bradbury is working for American Express Co., Maria-n Bradeen is teaching in Buckfield, Edgar Bujold is working in Drug Store, Brar Harbor, Mae Bulger is training at C-Ommunvity Hospital, Hazel 'Ohfambe-rlain is teaching in Newry, Harold Conley is working in Oxford Mill, Lena Couillaird is working in Dorionls Market, Arthur Damour is working in a print shop, Virginia Davis is attending Farminlgfton Normal School, William Denih0lm is afttending a printing school in N. Y., Eia-rl Dun'lay is working in Mansu'r's Print Shop, Jeannie Dunn is working in Oxford Mill Oflice, Olive Elleioett is attending Bates College, James Fa'lt is attending Northeastern University, Francis Farrell is attending Holy Cross College, Cecile Ferlanld is working in Telephone Ofiice, Harold Fortier is attending the Rhode Island School of Design, Arthur F-rew is art zhome, Paul Fuller is attending Northeastern University, Dila-na Gagnon is working for the Rumford Jewelry Co. Ethel Gallant is working in the I. P. Office, Lauiretta Garrett is in New York City, Concetta Gentile is working in Boston, Firancis Gi-dman is attending Georgetown Universmity, Cecile Giguere is working in United Shoe Store, Virginia Glines is attending Farmington Normal Scfhool, Josie Goodwin fis working in Dr. H0ward's ,ho-me, Ruth Hrarvey is attending Farmington Normal School, Clyde Henry is working for his father, Mary Hoag is -attending Bates College, Elliot Ho-walrd 'is attending Portland Amt School, Herbert Hoyt is attending Bates College, Lucianne Jacques is working in the J. C. Penney Store, John Jeglinslci is working in the Oxford Mill, Tthoma-sv Kersey is working in a store, William Kiimball is w'0-rking in an Insurance Office in fC?hicago, Jolhn Koris is working in Oxford Mill, Albert Lafrmey is working in Oxford Mill, Howlard Learned is working in Oxford Mill, Evelyn LaCours is working for Mr. Boucher, Frances Lefebre is aft home, Yvette Levasseur is office girl for Dr. Thibodeau, Vwitolia Lobikis is aettending University of Maine, Ralplh Lowell is married and is working in I. P. Mi-ll, Beatrice Lynn is attending Farmington Normal School, Kenneth Mfacaullay is on his way to the Orient, Helen MafclDonu1'ld is working in Oxford Mill Office, Elizabeth McCoy is :attending State Normal School, Worcester, Mass., Page Eighty-seven m r' ., es ? 11-ST :jgg if mg AWD: 'ME' HOME ADDRESS Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, East Sumner, Rumfofrd, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfofrd, Rumfonrd, Rumford, Rumford, Westbrook, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumfofrd, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, An-dover, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford Center, Rumford, Rumford, Presque Isle, Rumford Center, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford Center, Rumford, Rumford, Rumford, M ai ne Maine Maine Mai ne Maine Maine Maine Maline Maine Maine Mai-ne Maine Maine Mauine Maine Mai ne Mali ne Maine M aiine M all-ne Maxine Maliine Maiiine Maiilne Maine Mafivne Maaine Maiine Malivne Maine Maine M all ne Malin-e Maine M ali ne M ali ne Malilne Mai-ne Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Maine Mai ne Maine M ad ne Maine Mai ne Maine . l f lf-nf- L- .er . ma fam. HOME ADDRESS Joseph McKell'ick is working in Continental Mill, Rumford, Ma'ine John McKenzie is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Clayton MoLennan is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Lawson MicMenn.amin is working in the Times Office, Rumford, Ma'ine Glendown Merritt is working in Post Office, Rumford, Maine Richard Needham is working on farm in Buckfiefild, Hebron, Maine Libero Neigrini is paymaister at Stanley Wo-rks, New Britain, Conn. Adio-lphius Orino is alttendin-g Hebron Academy, Rumford, Ma'ine Evangel-ine Pearson is now Mrs. William Marceau, Rumford, Ma'ine Agnes P0iwers is attending Gorham Normal School, Rumford, Maine Jonn Pressey is attending Gorham Normal School, Rumford, Maine Marion Rideout is working in Telephone Office, Rumford, Ma'ine Jeanne Roderick is at ih0mef Rumford, Ma'ine Arthur Routhiier is w0rkin-g in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Mary Simpson is working in Oxford Mill Office, Rumford, Maine Julia Smith is now Mrs. Dutchy Leicky, Mexico, Maine Leif Sorenson is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Doris Twitohell is working in 'Turner Centre Creamery, Rumford, Maine Anita Velush lis working in New Hiaven, C0fnn., New Haven, Conn. Weston Voter is vat home, Rumford, Maine Sidney Wakely is attending Bfates College, Rumford, Maine Margaret Waterhouse is attending Farmington Normal School, Rumford, Maine Eugene Wilfliams is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Frank Worcester is at home, H-anover, Maine Freda Worcester is alttending Farmington Normal School, Hanover, Maine OLAISAS OF 1926 Frances A-llen is working in Telephone Office, Rumford, Ma'ine Francis Amero is wo-rking in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Delma Blarry is working in Continental Miil Office, Rumford, Maine Julia Beeaker is working in Rumford Falls Trust Co., Rumford, Maine Wilmer Bessey is working for his father, Rumford, Maine Ruth Blanchard is w0rk'ing in Telephone Office, Rumford, Maine Mildred Bowden is attending Farmington Norma-l School. Rumford, Maine Edward Breau is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Victor Broomhalll is attending Boston University, Mexico, Maine Augustus Bulger is working 'in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Lucy Burr is teaohling 'in Virginia Scho0l, Rumford, Maine Annette Carrier is working in Dr. Rowe's office, Rumford, Maine William Chlapitas is attending Holy Cross College, Rumford, Maine Evla Chase is working in Boston, Rumford, Maine Lawrence Conrad is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Pautline Coolidge is work-ing in Peter McD0n.a-ld's Office, Rumford, Maine Leo Cyr i-s working at Strand Theatre, Rumford, Maine Yvonne Cyr is attending Castine Normal School, Rumford, Maine Gladys Day 'is at home, Rumford, Maine Katherine Deltwa is now Mrs. Walter Finethy, Rumfgrd, Maine Clayton Dermerritt is working in Oxford Mill, Rumford, Maine Lorraine Dooley is working in Newberry's Store, Rumfgrd, Maine Muriel Draper is working in Oxford Mill Office, Rumforrd, Maine Louise Elliot is attending Farmington Normal School, Rumford Point, Maine 'Ronald Ellis is in Tampa, Florida, Rumfgrd' Maine Leonard Flanagan is attending Boston University, Rumford, Ma'ine Yvette Gagnon is lat home, Rumford, Maine Page Eighty-eight HOME ADDRESS a' Q2 .- qi!! ff! r'a If e it ii. T W .. T iw .J "' . ,-in, t . Ii9"""i j:" l"i'f' Cg'ii" 5 'r 'f " i ,- J , :E . A sly' A Y",'fvw " ::i,fg ' ' Marion Fmrench is w0rking in ofiice at Auburn, West Peru, Maine Alice Gallant is teaching in 'Portlan-d, Rumford, Maine Lillian Giarvrilgian is working -in Continental Mill Ofiice, Rumford, Maine Sara 'Greenburg is attending Emerson College, Rumford, Maine Theodore Hawley is attending N. Y. University, Rumford, Maine Lee Jackson is 'sailor ian U. iS. Navy, Rumford Center, Maine Wilder Kimball is attending Bates College, Rumford, Maine Alton Lessard is attending Gemigetown University, Rumforfd, Maine E-dvwin Longly its working lin 'Oxford Mill, Rumiiord, Maine Ma-deliine Longway is working in Oxford Mill Office, Rumtlorfd, Maine Thelma Lynn is working in office at West Bethel, Rumford Center, Maine Lionel Maillet is attending University of Maine, Rumforid, Maine Christina Matheson is training at Community Hospital, Rumfofrd, Maine Ralph Maynard is -attending Dartmouth G01lege, Rumford, Maxine Mildred McCarthy is now Mrs. Ted Clark, Rumford, Maine Susan Mclnnis is teaching in Woodrow School, Rumford, Malinve Thomas Monrison is workin-g in H'all's Garage, Rumford, Maine Doris Morton is working for Lawyer Hfasti-ngis of Bet-hel, North Newry, Maine Geonge Nadeau is at home, Rumford, Maine Romeo Orino is working for his father, Rumford, Maine Mariguerirte Perry is at home, Rumfowrd, Maine Mildred Phillips is working in Oxford Mill Office, Rumford, Maine Leo P0ulin is in Washington, Rumfofrd, Maine Annie Pressey is now Mrs. George Gl-avier, Rumfoird, Maine Annie Pmocopio is working in Boston, M-ass. Watertown, Maine Benjamin Pruzan is w0rking in a meat shop, Berlin, New Hampshire Evangel-ine Roderick is teaching in Virginia Schiool, Rumfofrd, Maine C'a'the'rine Rowe is attending St. Eliza'bet'h's College, Rumford, Maine Sylvan Shurtlefi' is working lat 'Turner Centre Creamery, Rumford, Maine Willi-am Sinclair is attending Worcester Tech., Rumford, ,Maine Dorothy Smith is working in Portlwand, Me., Mexico, Maine Michael Sftalmuke is attending University of Maine, Rumfofrd, Maine Irene Sftorer is now Mns. John Johnson, Rumford, Maine Harry Susbury is working in Continental Mill, Rumford, Maxine Lucian 'S-utlton is working in 'Oxford Mill, Rumford, Marine Napoleon Tardiff is working in Oxford Mill., Rumford, Maine John Taylor is -studying music at Wentworth University, Roxbury, Maine Hazel T'h0fm1as is now Mirs. Franklin Cornell, Revere Mass. Mabel Welch is working in Freighrt Office, Rumford, Maxine Grace Wells is working in Telephone Office, Rumford, Maine Herbert West is workin-g in C. R. West's Garage, . Enroll, N. H., Rumford, Maine Weston Whitehou'se is working in Continental Mill, Rumford. Maine Page Eighty-'nine fx? ' ' 1.-f, "2'T' fiiEWf 'w 4? " " T , W 12.511 -s, -J .V ffmn. Wi AUTUGRAPHS Q if 's ,. GZ X593 Page Ninety M62 +wfWuwfvlan1fwV:22gG?Qgi2gfwWmmfTiiiigggaggig - AUTOGRAPHS 1 1 I 1 f ff w'14f!'f , om X Q! '. f -, Q' 2, ----.1 f , Zlgrgz-g Y-- N., - fy, 4 rf fL 1 ' -t-,-1, , Jgf- Y ' f ,i . 'Z-: 01,3---'?l-' 2 f fm f -'-ff , I-, HF is Jn . 2- -25 -1 ' -qi ,w nv -V wb , I ' 25 1 n r 2 W.: gum"-4 : mb' P W- - ,uns -'P 1 .i, ' - ul-ri 'ug' QQLME p '. '11 , , w vvfg A i -,.,,, -r-f MW f-1' ' ' ' ' :Hu ' w w ' - - -- 'W AUTOGRAPHS W X? f fTWET f Q Q?-Elgm' fy, I f X Q "f w 1 -- l , -5' 6 , f ri 3 1 J. 34 Z f f ' 1 k X z , X f X ff X V, I "l W fr' 5 ,. I ,- Y ff f - ' gf , ,W f' I f ff ,ff K L 9 , - -4 f , W! 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O ONE who is familiar with Shakespeare's comedies can be ignorant of his clowns or jesters whose pre- decessors were the representations of the devil in the me- dieval miracle plays. Every popular play had to have a jes- ter, the two extremes of clowning were the rustic fool and the court jester. Gradually this clown of the theater took the place of the house fool or clown, of which the old English had thought so much. The people of Shakespeare's time dearly liked their jokes about growing bald, henpecked husbands, stewed prunes or the notorious vitality of cheese-the great mother-in-law joke had not been thought of. It is said the ladies took a somewhat indelicate part in the joking. Shakespeare him- self was very fond of the pun, that play on words which so delighted the Elizabethan Englishman. - J. ' w4fV ' t,,.- -. I It Q , ffiagfri i':n..,..,. .llolkes Frederick McLennan, '30: "If I posted a letter addressed to the silliest man in America, I wonder whom 'they would deliver .it to?" Janette Brown, '31: Thefy'd probaxbly return it to fthe sender." Rena Cafrbone, '30: Do you know they send .animals by mail now?" Elizabeth Cantin, '30: "No, do they ?" Rena Carbone, '30: "Sure, I got a letter with a seal on it." Joseph Wagnis, '30: "You are just like an airplane." Carmello Sammarco, '30: "Why, 'cause I fly so high?" Joseph Wagnis, '30: "No, you're no use on earth." Mziss V-an Amburg: "Give me an example of an imperative sentence." Edward Boivin, '30: "Oh! Be still." Miss Van Amburg: "Why was President Garfield shot?" John Sullivan, '29: "Because his father was short?" Miss Robinson: "What ifs a detour?" Lawrence Milllett, '30: "It's usually t-he longest dist-ance between two given points." , Mr. Israelson: "This is the type of car that pays for itself, sir." ' A A Mr. Fiaulking-ham: "Well, as soon as it hias done that, have it delivered to me at the high -school." Leo Cormier, '31: "I wish I ,could be li-ke the river!" Huarold Nelson, '31: "Like the river? In whaft way?" Leo Cormier, '31: "Stay in my bed, and yet follow my course." Miss Hayes: "Name one of Holmes' books." J-ames Gallant, '31: "He wrote the 'Acrobat of the Breakfast Table'." Miss Murphy: "That ils the third time you've looked on Wm. Oanders' paper." Nelson Gallant, '30: "Yes'm, he doesn't write very plainly." George Hutchinson, '32: "Have Indians any distinct social groups?" Barley Kilos, '32: "Sure, 4haven't you heard of Indian clubs?" Page N inety-five ??57fial53W2eWZQMM?Z?ZZZQ??Q?WZQZ2 4. ' ,,, l:lff" 'i'5tl,'l 'f ' Q- 'fl . " f i s . Hof? i , 'iw Jokes Miss Murphy: "When was Rome built?" Leo Cormier, '31: "At night." Miss Murphy: "Where did you get that answer?" Leo Cormier, '31: "Well, you said Rome wasn't built in a day," Miss Vian Amburg: "How 'did Grant release the Confederate Army?" Clyde Thomas, '29: "'0n pay r-oil." fparolej Mr. Cunningham: "Who is tlhe most independenft 'salesman in the world?" Clarence Spinnefy, '29: "T'he one who takes orders from nobody." Miss C'l-ary: "What influenced 'Caesar to go Ito .the court?" Edward Kelleher, '30: "I don't know." Miss Clary: "Well, 'what would influence any man?" Edward Kelleher, '30: "A woman." Miss Hayes: "Identify Tory." Everett Doherty, '31: "Tory was a city in Ancient Greece." Arleen Watson, '29s "Oh, I wish the Lord had made me a man." Charles Hutclhins, '29: Qbashfullyj: "H-e did. I'm the man." Miss Robinson: "Can you prove that the square of the hypctenuse is equal sum of tlhe sqvuares of .the other two sides of this triangle?" Armand Griguere, '29: "I don't have to prove it. I admit it," Mr. Brown: "Well John, wlhat is attracting your attention?" John Matheson, '31: "There ds something running on the floor without legs." Mr. Brown: "What is iwt? Jofhn Matheson: "W'ater." Miss Robinson: "What is a circle?" 'to .the Harold Nelson, '31: "A circle is a round straight line with a hole in the middle." gk? Page Ninety-six 'tlf filllif I f - Pg?' ' . .5...-,..- -..-......-..-..-..-..-..-...-......-..- .... - .... -.I..M-..-..-..-..........-..-..-..-..-I.-9 5 l 1 l I ELECT RICI' l 'Y I I l 5 The greatest servant of mankind, Q always at your command to light l your way and lighten your work E M'ay you from Stephens High T School be as ready, to serve your i T Community, State and Nation. J RUMF ORD FALLS LIGHT SD WATER Co. l -,,,-,,,,,,-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-I..-...-.I-..-,.-,.-...-..I-......-......-..-..-..-,,,-,,-M I ! l l GRADUATES OF STEPHENS HIGH I I soHooL WILL FIND EUMEORD I I l ONE OF THE BEST PLACES I l IN WHICH TO WORK 2 T AND TG LIVE l I RUMEoRD FALLS PGWER Co. l 7fLWZfW' 'W'fWffzlfulffvffjfqWW?7,ff ' ' fnfwiy X W ff' f ff! f 77 f ' f C147 , 'fMf.'!:'f?fff 1 5 f M024 4 65535537 -Agfwfs' J I ' nl' 1, Nil o A Q .nJ"' .'M". li?" 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M 3f'mmMMwH ""-- 'rr 3 EVA BEAUTY L sHoPPE 2 1 Urquhart St. v 'f Tel. 84-M r ------ - ----------------------'P - -"1 ll T Best Wishes From 5 ilpatil lKC00n!, "Prexy" "Dutchy" : "Flash" "Greenie" ccwappyaa 4:HaWkeS99 ! HB'-lnnyn ccolien l "Father" 1 .I....-.mi-. ---- ...-.-.-..- - - - - You are safe at first and al- -uu1nn14-min.-...1min---u..nu1nu1un.. 1ul1uu1nu1u.,,,m 411201: 1 .. 1 :miami 1 1 1 -. 1 1 i The Best in Drug Store Service Rumford Drug Co. The Rexall Store E. A. sheehy D. D. S. Cass Voter Fred B. Carroll Company PLUMBING, HEATING 8x SHEET METAL WORK Page N inety-nine 1uu1nn...uu-uniul-.nun-uuniuul 1 1 fy 1 " " ml-I, H17 fgmjy' "I f Ww lia ' 'fig 1 ' u 3? ' H- w V . 4. I I . 2 14 W ' - A L gi., WI? , MGE A .-3 :l..-....-...-..-....-..-..-..-.. ----- ..-...ZW-..-. .--.-- ..-.....................,..,!, : i L GILBERT I ! ' BEAUTY I sHoPPE E Matthew I 2 82 Maine Ave. M I cCarth I I Old Hospital Bldg. y 7 I Tel. 650 i lf l HIGH GRADE PIANOS I VICTROLAS an-d RADIOS 1 l' According to a paper I ' passed in by Milton Duguay, 1 H. . ' '31, Kate Douglas Wiggin g A was graduated from Bow- - H 5 doin College, HR I : MUSIC DEALER U l Sz JEWELER ,L I 2 I I PAULINE W if 1 BEAUTY Albert Bellveau I if SHOPPE L "Marcoux Block" awyer 243 Waldo St. Tel. 826-J I I ll -.,.......,...,-..-,.....-..........-..-..............g...-..-..-..-,....,-.,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-,,-U, R Mi-ss Hayeszz "Do you l i know the name of the Alas- t T. Dyer kan town in which the dog race tofok place? i D' M' D' John Matheson, '31: "No'm." fNomeD Miss Hayes: "Correct" 'lun-ww--u --1--1 u -u--n--u1u- --ui------- .-.---.I1---n-.-1.-.-..-..1...-..-...qi Page One hundred 2' i J' like l .. 1 1 1 1,1 -. 1 -,,,,1.,.1......,,1H1pu...mi.,-...1,.1......i.,i.,,1 A WORD to the Boys and Girls Who Complete the High School Course A door is swinging open for you, giving the view of the great world of service. You will want to succeed-but remember, real success is measured from within. Our message to you at this time is learn to save some- thing from the weekly earnings or allowance. Let nothing interfere with your determination to do so. Characters are strengthened and admirable mental habits established by learning how to save at the out- set and by keeping at it. If at any time you wish advice or information upon financial problems the officers of this institution will gladly talk matters over with you and give you the benefit of their experience. 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I Try NISISEN'S Rye I Business College - Breifyiisgvhgsaz andcsiiraham' i 390 Congress St., opp. City Hall E ' en up , es' ' Esltalblished 1863 by Bryant Q ll Doughnuts and Crullers are , . A - -I deqicious - Stratton. Accredited by the L United Accredited Asso. of Pri- I t B ' S h I l . g George H. Heffron Va 9 uslnefcoirlij- Q u DISTRIBUTOR I BUSINESS-SHORTHAND l Q , 1 SECRETARIAL i Tel. Dixfield 44-3 l Catalog Free, : T i Noah E. Rank-in, Prin. 2 -nn1ul1 - --uniun-un1nn-nn1nn-un1nn1nniuniuu-nn1 vnn. -M1nn-uu1un-nn1:l-nn-nn-:nu1un-un-un- F 1 FROST MOTORS SUPPLY CO. i 2 WHOLESALERS-RETAILERS 2 Distributors Quaker State Mo-tor Oils and Goodyear : v Tires and Motor Supplies VIRGINIA PHARMACY Page One hundred two . C , ,n mttewtftfte ttmsm, ,...,. ,Ca l s-. l5ff? 11g,1T cWi,1 ! ,, 4 31. ty ! 'L' lg. T32 A 2 g g 1 lf. " nj ' it L Q I n..nn.-,,H111,intelnl-n...uu1n.1nv-un-In ,1.,.,-....,i...,1nn.-n..1..1,,.1mi..1.1..1......1..1un1,..i..i E Turner Centre System T ICE CREAM, MILK, CREAM, BUTTER and EGGS i l- .,,, - .... - .... ...... , .-.,,- .... -..-.,.-..,- .... - .... -...-..,-.,-..-..- - - - - -.,-, l l l ! Miss Van Amburg: "Name ' TI-ask America's greatest general." M I Compliments of . W 1 G M a ter . orse 5 l 'i"...-.M -------.--...- ..., .-.--.-..-- - . ..- P g One hundred thw I A , V -i - ,: 'f'4Nf Z, - V N' X f ,N 6, .J if f? ,f a x KPKQ., ' ,f A. . f F-:Q-' ,I Y . 'V A . , , ,i N:-3 ,-1 I. -. - I, ,f:f. , -. " I ' , -- - M. H ,F ' , ., I i -i li fag' ,il ,I l.'f7'ffllhf will ll . A "HI I mi l f ' 4 L 77 , Ek Aan? Tm-.. ....... ..-.,-..-..-.-..-..- , TRY YOUR BEST i I .I As Theodore Roosevelt said: "We have got but one life here, and what l E pleasant time, comes after it we cannot with certainty tellg but it pays, no matter what comes after it, H to try and do things, to accomplish things in this life, and not merely to have a soft and v C. H. McKenzie CO. 5 "The Best Place To Trade After All" I RUMFORD, MAINE. l 1 l ' A GOOD PRINTING COSTS I " NO MORE THAN THE T OTHER KIND i ll Arthur R. Mansur I Commercial Printer ,L Tel. 74-W-43 Canial sm. 1 RUMEORD, MAINE. 1 l STEPHEN MUSKIE l CUSTOM TAILOR i Cleaning, Pressing and Re- i pairing Ladies' and Gents' I Clothing. ' A Tel. 311-M-69 Congress St. l 1 RUMFORD, .MAINE. l I l 'l'...-..- .. .....-...-..-...-...-.....-........- - -...4...- -1111IIII111.11.--uninn-..-nu-In--:slum-.11 Mr. Coleman: "Did Alaric ever do anything in Italy?" Ronald Bryant, '32, who is yet thinking of a dance the night before: "Yes, he tramped all over her toes." A. A. Desmarais D. M. D. 34 Oxford Ave. Tel. 866 Page One hundred four an . is L L X Abs if , mn. 'Mi -5.--.. ---........ ..-...-..-...-.......-..............-..-..-....-...- -.--.--.d l "T he 2 Sporting Goods Store" g Eighty-two Years in Business ATHLETIC SUPPLIES FOR ALL SPORTS. We Specialize in School Athletic Equipment l I THE JAMES BAILEY 1 COMPANY 264 Middle st., Portland, Maine. Tel. P. 223-C .im Fraternity, College and i Class Jewelry l 0 1 A F riend Commencement Announce- ments and Invitations. Jeweler to the Junior Cflass of Stephens High School I L. G. Balfour i T Treasure Island?" Cecilia Rafuse, ,312 "Rob- Miss Hayes: "Who wrote Company I i inson Crusoe." Mr. Coleman: "What does bicameral mean?" Donald Thurston, '29: "It Manufacturing Jewelers Sz Stationers ATTLEBoRo, MAss. l I must mean a camel with two Ask any College Greek i humps," i Page One hundred five 1.4,-....1..1 1 1 -. 1 -. 1 iqilqigi -uu1un.inu1nl1uu1uu1un1..uidui-iniruin.-1.1.1 I l l" filllf" '1 iiWm6W'TI +n1..n,1,li,.,...,,,,i,,,T ,,,, 7nn.1ln1.'lT,l'1.n',np1g'1nq1qp11-ln--uni-ln:u1nl:-IM1In-hll1Il1lllll-Qllilltnl a Q i l Q I-IAI,L's AUTO and Compliments Of- I I TIRE SERVICE 3 Mr. and Mrs 5 Q so RIVER STREET James H. Kerr I l I T IRRR ............ . l Get acquainted with the 7 lbetter things at u James Piawlfock, '32: H U "Will you show me how to l H H diaphragm Cdiagraml this if ie sentence?" fl ! Pharmacy l Austin K, Vaughan, Prop. I ll I Rumford, Maine. ?' : I H ' 1: T -1.-..,... ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1n1..I.1,.1I.I.-.....,....,......1..1..1........1..1..1 -.my-I u u , T THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS T OF 1930 WISH TO THANK T Those who have advertised in this book and all others who have in any way helped in its 5 making. Especially do they desire to thank the Q Maine Coated Co. for the paper on which the G 5 book is printed i ' l L II I ' ll Q R I .. .p..-..-. ...... ....... ............ . . .....,..I. Page One hundred six If , f2?Fw iIIIif- I ., 1 ll " ' I I -I-1aIlgg: eL, N'fS Qwa.-. --- --- ""- Jiri' 41f:3:i'fQEf zifijiizgi. . I X.,.4g. K ?Z'.".: 'ii Ll C ceq jugs:-E-5:i5:g:g5g5gI-Q N w f izgrex- ' - - I 'C-9333 - -. -'Qq- .,'-. Us - THE HOME OF Hart Schaffner Sz Marx Clothes Florsheim Shoes and Maine's best selection of Haberdashery for young men and men who stay I I I I I I f 1 S I . ii 'W' The World's Before You-- Graduates! Commencement is just around the corner, with its fun and farewells. After that, what? Some of you will go 05 to college, others will start at once in the busy whirl of the World at Work. Remember that "Thrift" is a Young- I good foundation for Success I . . .and that this store, with I its policy of ffooiou Mer- chandise for Less" will be I a helpful friend! The Great Men's Store I Good Luck I to You ALL! I I J. C. PENNEY Co. I 'I' -.-..... ....- .. .-I..-u- - -.l- --in--1---u-m--n-m--------.-- 1. Page One hundred seven f ?.1,,.-u 1,011.1 -111 u1mv1m-M-n1uu1nn--m1u-nn-m1u1nu-nina--uu1un1ui u-:u1uu1 I E I COMPLIMENTS I L I Q Q The - E. K. DAY CO. "THE STORE OF RELIABILITY" -..1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nn1nl1uu1ll1 1 1.l1.p1..1..1.1 1 1 1 1 Arthur J. Henry Lawyer - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...-..1..1..1 1.11-'11 1 1l1nn1ll1n.1un1 I ,l I Oxford Printing Co. Rumford, Maine i Aretas Stearns 2 Lawyer E l I -i-..-..-. --...... - - - Miss Hayes: "Who wrote Treasure Island?" Cecilia Rafuse, '31: "Robinson Crusoe." Mr. Coleman: "What does bi- cameral mean?" Donald Thurston, '29: "It must mean a camel with two humps." Page One hundred eight ' 'M II 4f - I'i " .' T i - , II f g ' ll l i2' lfnlnniuluu-uu1wu1ll1wu1wn-nu1nr-nn1nu-1nn-uu1nu-nninn-uninn-uu1un-nniuu-nu1nniun1un1-un-nn1unu?. I 1 I I j I I I I Compliments of I I n 2 I I I I I , 1 i UXIFOIRID I E PAPER CUMIPANY I I RUMIFURD, MAINE I I I I I I I I ' I I I -i'--------- ------------------ ----------------- -I---+ PgOhdd :Y e f' A- . fnqtf ' A W New T""""""""'w""""'M'n"'"""'"'W"I"'M'"'t't"""""""""""""""""'f 2 I STANLEY,S 3 , g MARKET t McLean S i CHOICE NLEATS, i , 1 GROCE 1Es i 5 News Store 1 VEGEAHQBLES : I ' I L Phone 162-M 10 River St. H I 7 l- ,,,. ...,n.-nn-nn--un1nu-ln--nn1nl--ll1Hl1ll'-l'I1ll1"i""'1""i"'1""i"""1" 1 """""1"""""'1""' T l . I ' 1 Dlxfield Marble 8a i e Q Granite Works 3 Mr: Brown: "Tell me the I I funct1ons of the human , i HOLT BROS., PI'0pS. heart." T Dixfield, Maine. Carmellto Satrirllmargzo, 5110: 1 . . e "I don't know t em ut ey H g Everytlihiqggiggmetery increase during the process i Highest Quality Xt Reason of klssmgjy i e . ' ' I ' 1 able Prlces 1-.t-t.-..-..-..-t..-..-..-t.-..-..-t.-..-..-t.t.-t ...... - - - - -..-..-4 E Students snite e Specialty- e Shirts, Hats, Caps, Shoes. : ' A eeye, Ladies' n Men's A MORSE'S GARAGE l , Sh . , , , . fl I A Safe plaoisto trade l 34 S6 tlongress Street H l F11l1Hg Stat1OI'1 n I Q 54 Bridge Street 2 Q Clothzelsd Shop , RUMFORD 1 2 N l Beaudoin Boot Shop 1 ff 1--H--t--'--H-H'--t-n-t--t-'t--t-t--t--t-t-:t-- - - - - - - - -------------'--H I l I l P i C. E. BRITTON Ce. 1 a Z BUICK SALES end SERVICE The Mamente A E Cor, Rumford Ave. School of Music I and Hancock St. , I 1 ' 1. - - 3 .......... 1 Page One hundred ten or , of H. If of s ie f L . 'ii 'l W 4W!" ' tl? '1 , 'l'IlI4l INDIANS UAIILEII I'I' 'I'I'II'l IYATICR OF HEALTH IVII. '-IU . .uv I rl 1 lil. MI its motility N si , iii L i 'V , 'X W l Q "',f+ S e 'Mr ' " - rl W .ur A ,1 -- 'I ,. 1- JE, if- DA1 F unv ! liifurnnrisll GRAP NVhen the Indians first mliscovereml Moon Tide Spring, they found its water lwaltli-giving, inx'iprorating', cur- ative of many ills. They called it Xvnter of Health. Today, hunilriells of unsolicited letters indicate tlhat Moon 'Plilv VVater is as beneficial to white mi-n as it was to the Indians. And th:1t's only one of many reasons why ws-'ml like you to try Mount Zircon ln-vm-wifres. MOUNT ZIRCON G ING ICR CHAMPAGN IC l'.X lllll DRY G RA PIG Mr. Brown: "What is the trouble with a person who has no appetite for his break- fast?" Robert Mooney, '31: "He probably had a roll in bed." Peter M. MacDonald Lawyer 2 TRAINING FOR BUSINESS Preparation for executive positions in business or commercial teaching GIVE YOURSELF a college grade training for executive positionsin 2 years at Bay Path. COLLEGE Courses and activities. Also 8 short courses. Over 1,000 students an- nually. INSTITUTE Provides for room and board, part- time work for students. deferred tuition payment plan. oliers varsity and depart- mental athletics, social affairs, clubs, and free graduate employment bureau. ENTER College courses Aug. 27. Short courses then or any time. Apply now. Moderate tuition. No entrance examinations. Write for Illustrated Catalog BAY PATH INSTITUTE 100 Chestnut Street Springfield, Massachusetts Branch Schools: Kuna, N. H., and Brattleboro. Vt. Within the area for which Rum- ford and Mexico is the trading center, there are more than 3,000 telephone subscribers. Over 15,000 calls are made by telephone each day, which neces- sitates the use of the telephone directory more than 10,000 times- In no way can your business be better advertised than by 'having' listings noticably displayed in this directory' Call Rumford 9900 for information. Maine Tel. 8: Tel. Co. Page One hundred eleven 4.2, t fillet i - E4 Q A Q - . fi +.1..q.1W111.1.I1nn1nn1nu1p,-.1up-nn-un-nn1nn-1nn1 l We Clean 'Em, Or Dye! l I We Know the Art of Tailor- ' ing Suits 330.00 and Up. H Cleaning, Repairing, Dyeing, Pressing Johnston 8a Stevens i Tel. 472-M Q Mann Block Opp. Post Office 134 Congress St., Rumford Miss Clary: "Is there a word in the English language that contains all the vow- els?" H John Reed, '29: "Un- li questionablyf' gl Compliments Of 5 Charles Levin i-"-"- -"-" ------- '- - l. Compliments Of FRIENDS ll i n1I..1,.11n1.n..ql.1u.....1..1..,...1.p1.. in-nn-. 1 1 .. .....1...-..1..1....-1.1.11Ili...-I. Headquarters of Joseph Sinert Store Ankle-Fashioned Oxfords For Men and Boys RUMFORD --.II1...1.......1...-...1..-...i..1,.......1ui..... We originated 24-hour Photo Fin- ishing in Rumford. Give us a trial and be convinced of our superior work Lou1e's Photo Shop 86 Oxford Ave. L. E. LAFLEUR, Prop. If more convenient you may leave your films at Bowers Pharmacy and Newel:l's Dru-g Store, Congress Street, or Davies, Mexico, Me. Acadia Theatre TALKING PICTURES The Finest in Town MacConaghy Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK 10 Congress Street .i.......- .. .. - .. - .. - -.........-..-..-.... -..-.......-.....-..- - - .. -...... Page One hundred twelve .S-J., QR Ae. . 4 4 f ,,.,,.- ' 41 ,K-, ,, " iwf5,I' I nh, - P " ll, ,mga- Y .1 IWW, -1 212.553 , ff ' ,,... - ......-. ----n--m-u--wu-l-n- w-ww-iv United lc to 99c Store 1 42-1 44 Congress St. Compliments Of MAX GREENBERG Miss Robinson: "Which had you rather have 95c or S3.65?" Armand Giguere, '29: "I shouldnlt' want either, I should want both." Meader 6? Perry Undertakers and Monuments .-li ......-.pg-.Wim-.,,,-lm.-W1 1 .- 1.u1,,,,1. lull. 1.0.-animn.-.mln,.1u.,1gq-.,1...-,.i.,,1 ALWAYS READY to take YOUR PHOTOGRAPH Reynolds' Studio 134 Congress St. Make an appointment today Phone 438-J "Patience is considered a virtue where often it is merely a case of not know- ing what to do." "Say It With Flowers" Davis The Florist has plenty for all occasions. n-M1M-un-nulun-un11.1-...I-u-ning-..-.ullnn1 MacConaghy Bargain Shoppe Household Furniture, Stoves, Graphophones, etc. Second Hand Furniture Bought, Sold or Exchanged Rumford Candy Kitchen The home of the Home Made Candies, Chocolates and Ice Cream, Delicious Lunches and Coffee Page One hundred thirteen inu1un1...1...-gg.-uliuliuui ,,,,-.,,,1...1un1 ,. Nl mmillfgg, 'EMR el. Q5 . M f +n-W-,-,---.,-.......--..-..-..n-.------------ L JoRDAN'S l 2 1 I D. S. Leach i Ofiicial Photographer l for the ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - " ' 'mf Tribute 4 l. .L Mr. Ross: "Well, what are , H we trying to find in this ex- 2 107 Congress St 1 ?" amp e l Tel. 446-M Beatrice Withee, '30: "The ' ll answer." l l - -.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...- -......i...-.... - - - .. .. - - l U Walter J. Dower -Ta110f- Virginia ! T 1. 832-M I 3 6 Q Battery 49 Oxford Avenue Rumford, Maine. I .l L 5 Compliments of E. B. Waterhouse 7 , 7 COAL, Parent S T HARD WooD and BIRCH j Clothing Store I EDGINGS E E Tel. 28-J I 1 I Q.,-,, .,,,, -1i--- -. ..-H..-...H-...I-.1 - ---- - - Page One hundred fourteen 1.,..1 1 1 1 1 1 111.1 1 1. f WNWZW J. M77 Q'ffQ'fWff+W7 WW ffff f ff H f ff f. X f f fff f f 4 M 1 f Off fff,-i ,W 46 bdwglfx Qfff A, fy My Zffff2i1ftf4v? 1512-Zyf ,f X 1 -1 H at 1 if9.1f.,r'-W, I, F f AJ f.44f4M12A1e Ali V44 -149 3 , , , ' i. . F 3 iii ' OL ' 'i -7, fifiii -1--Be 'Y gif,-'TQ 9, iq Lp- n v ,A 1. Fr QA , H1 -fe M if-,gr,a1InYI,, A ' if -V in 1. 'I Il"I'I'I I ' U' III rl ': X xox IM. an I 'I' ,, f 1 f - , . I+ mfeaa The Greater STEINITE Electric Radio AMERICA'S GREATEST RADIO VALUE H. T. McDONALD Agent 69 l'ong'ress Street The cover for this annual was crea- ted by The DAVID J. MCLLOY CO. 2857 N, Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois .1,,,,1..,.1,...1, 1..,.1...i1....1y.y.1...,1,,,,1 1.m1,,,1.m Compliments of Hicks and Pennell Compliments of Billy lVIann's Bakery 11111.-.111111111-1,1 uI.1ml--M.I-.I.I-I.n1uIQ-nn--m--nn1.m-nu--nu un nu I- . ,,, NEWELI.: , 1 THE DRUGGIST INSTITUTE BUILDING RUMFURIJ. MAINE I1 1m-nu1I-n--uu..1Im-......1mI--In1 1 -nn1.m1nn-nn.-nn1nu-uH-uu-uH1In.I1.m-un-m---In-1u Compliments of The Rumford Jewelry Co. Erlon Wiken, '30: "Lau- rence, they tell me your young brother's name is Charles Lamb, he's such a dear little lamb." Laurence Breton, '30: "Yes, that is what it is, but it should be William Dean for he Howells fhowlsj so much. I ef- -I..-.N -m.-....-....-I.. -1-1 111111 Q. 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