Stephens High School - Tribute Yearbook (Rumford, ME)

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' S1-I1-1-11 IIS II1gI1S1'I1r111l 111-1-I11-Q11 1 A Il:1111I111xx 111-1-:1111 111111-:111 121-111-111-xv X11-Q1-11111 l'1'1-51-11111111111 111 l21I1x .Xi.II'j IZ1-11111111 1S1-111'g1- X':1II1111 .'1 L 111 II11- L'l:1.y "XX'I:1-11 III-II 1,51--x J111- HIZIVIIIQI VI1155 XX'1l1 CIIMI1' AI2lII1X X111i:1-11 1-1- "1-X11 1-1'1--11 1111-rX111I1.1I II1QI151'I11111I fII'1'Il1'rlI1 SI'l'PIIl NS BROADC ASI PAGI SI VPNFI I lN CLASS NOTES THE SENIOR CLASS Ihe el ass of 1941 hts been foltunate ln hat mg., had able md efllclent elass ofhcers during, tts four ye nr soloutn ln Hlgh School hey were elected aecordlng to Pirllamentary law md held OIIICC for one year The class has had ttto presldents each of tthom selted a double te m Barry Mchlennu mln the freshman and sophomore years anel James Young, m the Junlor 'md semor yeirs Klmball Stanwood held the othce ol Xlee Presldent ln the freshman year whlle Patrlcta Mattlson has serted us futhfullv for the past JUNIOR The Jumol Class has had another successful year as the r sult of a perfect comblnatlon of M1ss Murphy s gllldlflg hand and the cooperatlon of the class as a whole wxth the class oftlcers Pre tdent Fta Carrler Vlce Presldent Mildred Chamberlam Secretary Shtrley Casey Treasurer Albert Melanson Student Counctl Audrey MeLean Loulse Boyle Rachel Hall SOPHOMORE The Sophomore Class IS quxcklt cltmbmg amd 18 one of the more actlte classes 1n school Class OHICQTS are Presldent Wesley MacBean V1ce Prestdent Wayne Sweatt Treasurer Paulme Landry Secretary Theresa Hughes the ttto members ot the Student Councll are Joyee Lore and Rodney Sarle The Sophomore Social held February tth was one of the most successful soclals of tne three years ln thxs etpaclty Cl 1ss treasurers were Mary Pausl freshman Arlme Qulgley sophomore Geraldlne Hott Jumor and Amta Perreault semor The post of class secretary has been handled by M Par1s1 ln the freshman year and Mary Bernard m the sophomore Junior and semol years Student counctl rrembers hate mcluded June Clark John Hanson James Young Albert POUIIH Jr Margorle Denms and Barry NIcMennamm CLASS NOTES 'lhey hate dlsposed of seteral bags of Soap Powder whxch brought 1n conslderable IDCOIHC and thelr soctal was a great success Ihe Cl iss planned to hate a Jumor Prom but because only one dance was permlsslble they tv1ll wa1t unt1l next year and present the Semor Hop The Class also sponsored the Jumor Prize Speakmg Con ese as usual tn which Nella Bow den tvas the wmner CLASS Landry Joyce Lord kenneth Abbott and Melt 111 Cohen At a class meetmg held January 6th It was dectded that the elass dues would be twenty five instead of fifty cents durmg the month of January The elass oflieers and members of the exeeu t1te Committee serted on the ring committee The cl ass toted on thelr rlng May 7th man Wesley MacBean Jane Anderson Pauline ln many ways to make the class successful 1' RLSHMAN CLASS When school opened on SepTCmblI' 9 tlsere were a few oter two hundred enrolled ln th Freshman Class It took seteral we Ks oelore etch one really leecame accustomed to Htgn School ways of doing thlnes The class o'l1cers for the year are Pre sldent Barbara Flsher Vtee Presldent Ph Gaudet Sectetary Hazel Henderson Treasurer Nfildlllff' Lmdburg Student Counctl member Ruth Roff IS Class sponsor Mr Brown Early 1n the tall semester tte held our cla s soclal Mxss Ifxsher was ehalrman and w1th an able eommlttee a tery successful soclal was held Mr and Mrs Bouffard ttlth Mr and Mrs MacDonald serted as chaperones for the et enn g, and the entlre affalr proted to be both success ful and entertammg We IS a class are lOOk1Ilg forward to becom mg Sophomores Most of our members are ambltlous and really looklng forward to the three rcmammg years whxch await us here at Stephens High STUDENT COUNCIL The repres ntatlt es to the Councll this year were Albert Poulln Nlary P1r1s1 Barry Mctlen namln John Hanson Semors Audrey 'VIcLean Racheal I-lill Loulse Botle Jumors Rodney Slrlc Joyee Lord Sophomores and Ruth Rog, ers Freshmm From thls group the followmg ofllcers were elected J Hanson presldent A Joulm tlee pr sldent R Hall t tsuter tIeLean seeret try Due to the reslgnatton of J Hanson from the Counezl A Poultn w as elected presldent and B lVIcMennam1n was eleeted XICL presldent by the Councll and F Taylor was elected to the counell to fill the t icxncy by the Semor Class The council this ye tr lttendcd the annual meetmg., of the Matne Assocxatlon of Student Counells at Augusta It IS mlktng plans to go on the lnnual outing to Laleet ood lhey hate organued an assembly program whnch 18 to be exchang d wlth that of others The COUHCII thls year may not hate been as actlte as others but altogether lt has made a tery fine showmg .V I 4: . V .V V 'I C: I , 5 4: , , . 2 E. ,, . , . ., L. . ,Z , , ' f 1 1 V, Z ' ' . 1 X.: ' , 5. .' , ik... . , K. 1 , . ,'sV'v 5. , C ' - - 1 V 1 ' ' 'V' V 1 ' ' V . , ' . c .I A I , 1 Y , 1 y x 1 v y 1 u 1 1 v 1 V ' ' . 1 ' ' 1 1 V , . . . , .. . V V . V . v V V ' , - V 1 ' . , , 4 , x . 1 1 - . , , 1 L Y . .. . I x . Ut H . A Vx . ' 1 1 ' V f' - 1 . 1 . . ' 5 , K ' K ' K . . Y 'Y ' ' V . ' 5 5 ' 5 z . .1 L , ' 1 1 1 1 ' . V . , A V . . . - S : J ' , g 1 , : : l ' ' ' ' ' ' - , Y 1 . . ' ' ' . . 1 ' ' + .- ' V ' ' x 1 . , e - , . , , : : , 3 g ' ' , 1 : , 3 ' , 1. - - 1 11 s H1 ' ' 1 V ' ' V 1 , V: '1 . '1 , 1 " ' V ' Bs V , ' ' 1' 11 s . 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1V - ' ' e A I e t . . . . C aa . year. The commlttee for the soclal was: Chaxr- Mrs. Anderson the class sponsor has helped 1 V, V , . ' . ' 1 . V , ' 'T , ' . x A 1 '1 'V . " . V1 . ' 1 1' 1 V V V, V . 9 . , Y . V -,V X ' V. LV . .. ..A..q 1,V,' - ' ,' , 1 V V' - 12 ' 1 Q ' ' .1 ' '.' 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PAGI l IClI'Ill N SFLPHLNS BRUADC ASI LITERARY CRADU X I ION Untt igaln another Semor class ot Sttphtns Illgh has come to a trut1'1l moment of tts careet as a class gI'ddU3f10Il It has safely wtathered the stolm of 1ts lour yt trs of work 1nd stutty and now has come lnto 1ts own The Freshman year of thts class w as a qulet ont durmg, whlch 1t slowly adjusted 1tselt to the pact ot the upper cltsses Th1s was tht vtar Ill whlth the l-reshmen as a class had llttle to say 1n the school act1v1t1es Th1s was tht year when those students as Freshmen and underclassmen gazed w1th awe and adm1rat1on upon that class of Sen1ors and began to thmk of that far off day when they too would be Stmors about to graduate As th1s class made the Jump from Freshman to Sophomore so d1d 1tS goal tump a llttlt nearer But wlth the apploach of 1ts a1m so approached longer and harder asslgnments and a ftw fell by the wayslde It was ln thts year that they began to take an mterest 1n extra currlcula act1x1t1es Th1s was the year whe11 somt ol tl1e members of that class began to oe known to the rest of the school The commg of tht Junlor year of th1s class found graduatlon only one step on around the corntr These Jumors now fully aw are of what was expected of them worked harder Th1s was the year when they must prepare for Junxor pr17e speakmg and they dld prepare l'1ght stu dents were plcked for tht fmals and Junlor Pr1zt Speakmg was a succtss As the end of the year approached plans wtre made for the school dance The class declded to cooperate w1th tht Semors by haxlng only one dance ln May that danct was held and once again Stephens great 800111 exent was held A few more but only a few durmg thls year found the golng too rough and lagged behtnd Then came the final leap the Senlor year had that class finally attamed that once dlstant goal? No not yet It must stlll flnlsh that last yeal But that group has pushed ahead and after a glorlous year It stands on the threshold of gr1duat1on The Semor year of th1s Class has bttn Hlled w1th glory On February 14 the Senlor Play The Phantom Ttger was pre sented 1n tlse aud1tor1um to a large md appte clattxe audlence The leads were taken by V11 lan Brenmck and Clyde Malley who we1e both well fitted to thexr roles The bandtts were xery well played by K1tan Agostmelh and Jdm0S PORN June Clark portrayed Peggy who was man huntmt, and Gtorge Valhere filled tht rolt ot Oswald on whom Peggys des1gns wtrt thtn fixed Bruce Ramty tht sher1ff and Rlta Flhott added much to the amustng of the audlente Thest were topped off by Amta Perrault the mysttly XXOI'll1l'l and Hagel I+1sher tl1t poor for saken wtft of tht V1lla1n Fht play was ct nttrtd upon tht my STCTIOUS appt 11 INCL of a t1f.,t1 Tlt next txtnt ol th1s cl 1ss w1s th dxnce of tht ytar the Senior Hop The danttts dantttl 1n tht gym decorated about the thtmt Tht Sp1r1t ol 41 to th 1nus1c of the Colby Mules Now txtrythm, IS oxet but gradu1t1on graduatlon that hnal sttp 1nto the future Thelr school days are almost oxer and as they leaxe Sttphens H1,,l1 for tl1t last tlme let us s'1v to thtm Bon Voyagt Bon Voyage senlors May you all find success 1n whatexer you do 12541 OR 1941 back 111 tht ttme of our grandfathets wh n men wert men and women Wore hlgh buttontd shots sthool houses were commonly known s Agonv homes Do you know Why" Because 1n tl1ost days sthool was a place where a chlld absorbed as much book kaowledge as p0SS1blC 'Wothmg to break up the monotony of book learmng such as bands orchestras clubs etc In those days do you wonder that students played hooky or would rather go to work than go to school? VVhtreas today ewcry chlld fights for thf opportumfy to achtexe at least a h1gh school edu cat1on True a very few go on to college or thls scarc1ty ln number IS not due to urenthus1 asm but rather to ltck of Hnances or wlll powel or mentahty Nevertheless every hlgh school student of today has the opportumty to gam some knowledge on a Wlder range of subJects Instead of the steady drummlng on book knowl edge of our grandfather s ttmt today our teach ers do the11 utmost ot make thelr courses Intel estmg Besldes th1s we base many extra cur rlcula act1x1t1 s whlch tend to brlng more 1nter est mto school l1fe such as band orchestrt thoral organlzatlons clubs school papers anti many other organlzatlons Many students haxt not yet come to reallze Just how much th1s means to them But usually when a studtnt becomes a sen1or and IS about to pass through the portals of hlgh school for the last tlme he begms to reahze Just how much lt means to hate these txtra act1x1t1es to htlp hghten tht school day So 1f you are one of those students who lg forever complalnmg about school and how bol mg It IS look back to the t1me of your grand mothers and thank your lucky stars that you l1xe ID a modern age of great ach1exements and stlll greater n1cn and women IIOVK TO WRITE AN LNGLISH ESSAY When tht lfnghsh ass1gnment IS g1VCi'l out do you glOdll and duck because you are afratd that 1t w1ll bt a theme" Thls reactlon IS tl1e pr1n1t ch 11atttr1st1c of students affhcted Wllh that strange malady known as ant1theme Somt authornttts tlalm that 1t 18 deflmtely 4: ,I I ' 414: 1 41 s w sf 1 1 1 ll 1' ' " , 1' 2 'Z .' 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' Q B, - 1' STI1 PHFNS BROADCAST related to sleeplng slckness and lazynltls How eyer lt may haye thousands of underlylng causes This essay brlngs a me sage of hope te the thousands who nlye bten unable to alle ylate thelr sufferlng ln any way Flrst one must remember that the ment ll concept of the patlent IS lmportant In the words of the psychlltrlst I M Knltx e patlent must use hls wlll power to lts greatest strength You see lt IS yery slmple All that one needs to do IS to get the plper and plck p the pen Fyen the most lnllClLd students wlll agree that thls IS half the battle The next step IS to put your thoughts on paper that IS all your thoughts except the lm pollte ones It wlll be emphaslzed here howexel that thoughts such as the murder of an Engllsh teacher the bolllng ln acld of 1 chemlstryf teach er and all such related subjects a e deflnltly taboo It IS nelther pollte nor wlse to put such thlngs down ln WVIFIUTE tAfter all you want to graduate dont you"l After one s thoughts are on paper lt IS neces saly to copy them agaln pen tnd lnk So many eures are rulned by late themes that some teachers have found It necessary to haye spe Cldl classes after school to Correct thls If by thlg tlme you haye surxlyed the case and performed falthfully throughout you are prlxlleged to attempt the flner but harder student wlll have hls greatest trlals howexer Wllh the ald of Websters Dlctlonary or I B Zanys Lngllsh Grammar l verv credltable plCCL of work should be produced YVh lt s that P tly thene ls flnlshed but I left It lll anoth I boole at home' Whats the matter dont DCIICNL Blew PRIZE SPEAKING 'Ihe annual Junlor Prlze Speaklng was helrl ln the Abbott Audltorlum Wednesday March lg The program was arranged ln the form uf a party wlth Murlel Whlte as hostess Tllt Stephens Hlgll Swlngsters added to the party Splflt Wlth thelr swlng muslc Shllley Casey was first on the program wlth Bobby Shaftor followed by A Lesson IH Ora tory Stephen MacDonald The OO La Ll Hat VIOIGI Glllls Youth Speaks Edwald Clohosey Restlng Easlly Albert Melanson 'Ihe Country Belle Nella Bowden The Bal lyhoo Jonn Dalgle The Stepmother A1100 McKelllck Sales md a SOl1talI0 Audref McLean Reds Gang at the Moyln Pletures Deane Woodward Durlng pauses ln the program yocal solos were glxen by Mrs A L Arnold and Vlrs Idl D Sweatt and seyeral gultar selectlons were gn en by Robert Wllson The grand prlze was awarded to Nella Bow den first DFIZQ for glrls to Audrey McLean first prlze for bovs to Deane Woodward and Vlolet Glllls and AIICQ McKelllck tled for second DFIIL The ludges were Mr Albe t Be-llyeau Rum ford Mr Wllllam Flsher dramatlc coach of lllxfleld Ht ll School 'ind Nlr Harry A FOSlPI Superlntende nt of Schools Canton PAGF NINFTFI N I PRFFER DANLING Danelng ln my OPINION IS an art w hlCll 18 sur p assed only by musle but musle and danclng lle conlectlxe Therefore danelng IS unsur passed In scannmg the papel for somethlng to do one runs lcross adxertlsements such as Dane lng TOHltC Me ldow Brook Geene Grupl Hot test IVIUSIC I'hls Sld of Heaton or the llke Fhls IS ln reallty 1 mlspllnt they dont mean dlnclng but rather Jltterbugglng 11101111 form lor hog rassllng Once at an after dlnner eon xelsatlon I heard a detlnltlon of a lltterbug he was deflned as a hum nl belng Wllll the lntel llgence of an lnsect Personally I dont belleye thls deflnltlon IS falr enough Today a youngster goes to a dance wlth the lntentlons of l'lHNlIlg a good tlme So he does the Flat Foot F100gll Ihe XX lshlngton Lee the Conga or a mllllon more yerslons of the old fashloned waltz ln trlple tlme Jltterbuglng ln my opnllon IS anel NVIH contlnue to be a stage ln the llfe of the AIHL1lCdH adolescent glxlng fundamentals and lmbltlon to eontlnue wlth dancmg ln later lllh So lf Bobby comes Stamplng lnto the house tonlght saylng come on snall let s crawl come on worm squlrm or some slmllir yernacular youll know that he has been bltten by the Jlt terbug lnd lS startlng a chaptel characterlstle of every Amerle ln boy or glrl WHA UINLLF SANI VIPANS 'IO lvll Wlnnlng Essay of the Elks Dlstllct Contest By Llnwood Patherson I1rom the Blttle of LCX1l'lgf0ll IH Aprll of lata and from all the glorlous FCIJLFIOIFQ w hlCh has succeeded lt there nas emanated one thought l foremost goal ln the ldeals of young end old XHIQTICIHS lrls thought the lrlple lntente of democlallc ex stenee ls one of few words and noble ldeas a most quoted phr se Vh1Ch embodles ex ery aspect of preseryatlon H1 et securlty namely llfe llb rty and pursult of napplness Llfe' I often wonder w hat meanlng thls wold holds for some p ople the people of oppres 1011 lhe passlng of eyely day brlngs '1 new meanlng of the word to hllflldlllly as a crazed monster of mllltary reglme and lustful ambltlons com lnands lts lnterpretatlons The tentacles of bar larlsm reach toward a fast approachlng crlsls I fe s cruclal moment IS at hand Llfe ln Amer ICH must change also lf symbollc Uncle Sam has ny meanlng to us As reclplellts of our good uncles klndness we are llxlng amld the pleas ures of the last untouched democracy ln a state of total ollss he Unlted States of Amerlca IS our hope and oul prep lredness our preserxa tlon But to what extent are we prepared and 'NIIQII shall we be fully preparedv I haxe stressed lt oy er md oyer 'lgaln ln sllent affrm atlon that we who llye ln Ih1S superflclal loftl ness do not fully reallze the lmpendlng danger NVe hate but to look at many of our great man utaetullng eenters now ldle to prexe the poln Shall we saerlflee oul eollntly for 1 monetary rt w lrel 1 '1 1 , . 11 . 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PAGE TWENTY Llberty' What 15 l1fe 1f l1berty lb rernoxed" A day IH F1 ance or Poland would soon extenuate an answer The Blll of Rlghts assures us that we may read WFIIC or speak on any subject of nnportance w1thout IHIQIICFCDLC Censorsh1p or curtallment 1s completely out of the quest1on But let us not be d1s1llus1oned by the gcneros1ty of ou1 forefathers I'he Const1tut1on IS not 1 passport to a happy carefree l1fe It IS the foun datxon the rock upon Wh1ch democracy the only true way of l1fe 1S to be preserud Uncle Sam stands for l1berty the strongest most unyleldmg l1berty Happmess' The colleague of l1fe and out growth of l1berty IS happmess To attam com plete happ1ness our world doctr1ne must be DHCIHSYII for 1nd1v1dual content does not msure secur1ty One country though the last peaceful country 1n a un1versal calamlty may attaln a part1al happxness or feelmg of securlty 1f com pletely prepared to meet any emergency The whole story then reverts to the one statement If Amerlcans bEll9V6 1n Amer1ca they must de xote the1r hves to the defense of Amer1ca L1fe 11061 ty happmess A nat1on mlnus one IS a nat on mmus all COURTESY Stphens Hlgh W1nn1ng Theme By Joyce Lord Respect c1y1l1ty pollteness and knsdness all rolled IUIO one f0I'm the greatly netdcd and greatly neglected vlrtue courtesy R1ch men have th1s spark w1th1n them Some nourlsh t untll It develops 1nto a warm glowmg tire wh1le others neglect 1t unt1l It practlcally d16S out Courtesy 1S not hard to Obtaln 1f the obtalner 1S smcere Followmg Golden Rule WhlCh says Do unto others as you would have them do unto you As soon as th1s hab1t IS formed It w1ll never be broken One of the most common examples of cour tesy IS the use of please and thank you At the table when deallng wlth requests always accompany them vuth these words One should Jemember however that the table 1snt the only place for pollteness Manners 1n the classroom are equally as 1mportant as those at home bury student should do hls part to make the school more mterestlng Any class could greatly beneht by the cooperatlon of the students 1n thelr re pect for the teachers and lellow classmates and tl1e1r enjoyment of the lessons A large part of school l1fe 19 centered 1r sports Dur1ng each season there are both wms and losses It IS most lmportant that one can w1n gracefully and also lose gracefully The losers should not call the W11111t rs paor sports or cheaters and on the other hand the WIH ners shouldnt boast to the1r opponents If you can learn self control fa1r play and good sportsmanslup try sol1ta1re where you can cheat yourself Many good tlmes have been spolled by msuflx clent knovs ledge of courtsey and good manners ll one does not know when to use the fork or STEPHEN S BROADCAST spoon he should Und out before It 18 too late Informatlon may be found 1n books or th1ough aduce from the skllled Whtn you obta1n tms 111to1'11at1o11 howex er be sure to apply It for ll s a lot more fun to play the game when you know the rules WHAT I OWE AMERICA AND VVHAT AMERICA OWES ME Amerlcan Leglon DISIFICI Contest By Genulut Nlclscnna .June lb the commencement t1me tor many Amerlcan boys and glrls gl adu ttmg fxom schools and colleges Uppermost IH the1r mmds IS the questlon of what oppo1 tun1t1es are 1n store for them We have devoted years to prepara uon now we arc thlnkmg about the chance the world w1ll g1VQ us to use what we have learned We ask the quest1on What does AHIGFICH out us' All our country nas ever attempted to assure IIS people IS an equal chance for every body It has made good on that promlse to a greater extent than any people have ever found unde1 any other gox ernment It cannot offer any more than opportumty It would be a trag1c m1s take to try lf Amer1ca offered everybody equal possesslons we would be a natlon of Weakl1ng and mcompetents We all have the opportumty to achleve equal possess1ons but a lot of Amer1 cans have fa1led to make good Wlth thelr ODDOI tun1t1ts The Amer1can system has bullt up equauty people because It puts the r1ghtlul rewards ot 1ndustry and amb1t1on W1th1n the reach of al' 1ts people It cannot compel anybody to go after these rewards we do It of our own free w1ll Amer1ca IQ stlll a land of opportumty even though wars threaten from all s1des We the graduates may be d6CClX0d by the hard years and dlsappomtmnts ahead of us but through hard work and pat1ence there Wlll be opportu n1ty and eventually possesslon That s what Amer1ca owes me and that s what she w1ll ex en tually glV6 But what do I ovse Amer1ca" If I were a boy of the draft age I could eas1ly show Amer1ca what I owe her and what I mtend to pay for all the serylces she has glven me Unfortunately I am a g1rl and a glrls l1fe lacks the thrxll of soarmg through the clouds IH a due bomber 01 apparently adyenturous l1fe of guns camp and un1forms But Uncle Sam says that I may st ay home and seryt Amer1ca as Well 1f not better than soldlers sallors or alrmen More 1mp0rtant to SUIXIVHI than any Maglnot l1ne or eyen the best tralned army ls the hung fa1th 1n democ racy If the people of a country prefer safety to l1berty nothlng can prexent them from bclng oyercome oy a host1le power Now IQ the t11ne to help others tram themselx es for an un e1ta1n future Now IS the t1me to make our mmds bOdlQS and ldeals strong The best contrlbut on I can make IS to prepare myself for some t1me ln the future when Amer1ca w1ll need me most Thats xx hat 1 one Amer1ca and th'1ts xx hat I1 1tt11d to gut' , . . 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" STLPIIFNS BROADCAST PAGE TWENTY OINF GRI-I N VALLI- Y Nestled among the snowy erags of the White Mountains in New Hanipshne there hes a beat. tiful green xalley At one end of the xalley there rises a moun tain winch by xirtue of its brilliant foliage xx as called The Great Green Mountain by th t ibe of lndlans who urst irhlbited tue xalley Natuie had tak n a curious fancy in shaping the mountain for at the top she had formed a httle plateau From the slele of the plateau fae ing the xalley there was a sneer drop of sex eral thousand feet to the xalley Iloor below From the plateau one has an msplrlng xiew of the valley and the mountains on each side Happy Eagle had spent many pleasant hours on this httle plateau He had come he-le frst when he was a httle boy to calm himself aftel outbreaks of temper As he grew older the valley and the xiew took on new importance for him Many moons passed and Happy Eagle oecame a chief the braxest warrior in his tribe but unhke the other brax es he would spend many silent hours at his sanctum the little plateau nigh above th valley He was dreaming always dreaming of the day when his tribe would be the most powerful of all Looking down at the envisioned them as green and golden with fields of corn and maize He saw the tribe grow and 11 time inhabit the whole fertile xalley Dream ing always dreaming of the day when The days passed and Happy Fagle took many trips outside h1s beloved xalley looking ox er the land spying on other tribes planning for the day when he xxould be able to realize his dream Each time he returned his xalley looked mole beautiful to him A man obsessed with noble ideas whether he be savage or not usually leads a noble hfe So it was with Happy Fagle His tr1be reeog nized him as their leader and supreme chief One day as he was descending from his m0-ill tain a trusted warrior told him that a strange tribe had entered the lower end of the valley Fear clutched for the moment at Happy Fagles heart then was gone Why should he fear" Was not his tribe as fit as any other" Yes but they were not ready for his great plans He must act at once Feverlshly the tribe t to woil male ng bows and arrows tomahawks and arrowheads of wnich they would need a large supply Happy lfagle was exerywh ie at once gixing ordeis hcle encouraging there With him this xxould be more than the saxage struggle for self pres eixation The work was slow and Happy Eagle began to grow uneasy As yet they had heard or seen nothing of the other tribe He feared that perhaps they were ready for the struggle fol possession of the xallev In two days he would be readv for his assault One fatal afternoon he sat in his tepee miklng arrow heads Thougnt of his tribe his pl'1ns for the future filled his mind th 1 sudden h w 'is aroused from his rex erie bv 1 snlppmff twig close by He got up and looked outside All around he saxv sinister forms taixing., xent to his deepest wax cry he seized a tomahawk md flung himself at the nearest phantom The camp was aroused and from exery tepee poured the brayes of the tribe The number ol their adxelsarles was great Happy Eagle saw one after another of his men go down undei e swinging tomahawks of the lnxaders Eael one gave a new stab to his heart The massa ere was pitlless Women children and new boin babes were dragged forth and scalped while happy Lagle fought on in agony of despair Finally he observed that he was the lone survixor Despalrmg all he started to run to wards the path which led up the mountain As he left he was noticed by three of the blood crazed assassms who started after him Although he was exhausted he managed t keep ahead of them and out of sight Scrambnng desperately up the steep ann rugged slope of the Great Green Mountain his brain was founding w th the thought that he must gain his plateau and look once more upon the valley he loxed Bushes and brambles tore at him but he ignored them in his wild rush exei upward upward klnally he burst through the scrub pine th rama was spread before his eyes He grew calmer and walked slowly toward the edge For many minutes he stood with arms folded Wllh out a single muscle moving a silent majestic fig ure with his world before him His green xalley with xts myriads of irldcseent streams and fra grant meadows the mountams with their shin ng tops beckoned to him in the distance The smkmg sun slid down behind him All his dreams his hopes and plans were shattered his world was in despair All was gone Happy Lagle now knew the heartbreak of ambition All wxs ended but the beautiful gr en xalley was still there A soft erunch in the underbrush warned him that his enemies were at hand As they stepped upon the plateau hate turned to awe for '-lappy Lagle had become truly a palt of the xalley he loved Tourists who come down from the Great Green Mountain say that at sunset on a clear day one can see an Indian face clearly drawn in the rippling streams and wooded groxes of the xalley Those who hxe in the xalley know whose face it is and gixe thanks for their prosperity to the Indian god Happy Eagle whom they know still inhabits his gieen xalley BARRY MCMFNIINANIIN MICHAEL Higher mother higher' This is wonderful' As I entered my yard at fifty Elm Street I glanced in the direction of the cries across the shrubbery which dlxxded my lawn from the ad Joining one The picture I saxv was a familiar one Spacious green lawns forming a frame around a beautiful flower garden ln the middle of which an ancient gnarled apple tree so eu' 4' - Y uk' m 1 - .- ' ' - I if . 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" 1 ' ' . - .Arai PAGE TWP NTY TWO tts branches of comfettlng shade Suspttded from one of the loxxer branches xxas an old fashloned sxung VShlCll 1n lts moxem nts svxayed the tree from 51de to 51de Seated ln th1s svxtnff xxas a beautlful chlld vxhose laughlng face xx 1 upltfted tn a serene yet QUGStlOfl1I'lg manner a dtrect contrast to l115 clear blue ey es xx htch held 1 glassy almost deathltke stare Hts golden l1a1r lormed a halo of curls for l11s xxell sl1aped he nt and nls ttny hands flrmly grasped the ropes ol the sxxlng Standtng near by xxas a young woman dressed 1n a cool green dress xxnlcn vxhen one looked closer brought out the green flecks ln her seemtngly clear broxx ll exes 111 halr a beautlful chestnut color xxas vxorn tn thlck braxds vxound closely to her head She xas laughtng xxtth the chtld but her face wore a protecttxe yet hall fearful look A5 I passed l1om the glartng heat lnto the cool dark lnterlor of my house I soon forgot about the chtld lll tl1e occupatlon of my own aftalrs Later that mornlng as I happened to glance out of my vxtndoxx I saw the boy and h s mother leaxtng ln a large Cal and tt was only then that I remembered that th1s was the day that the great speclaltst was comlng to operate on Mtchael s eyes A week passed before I saw the fam1l1ar form agaln and then only for an tnstant as they car rled Mlchael tnto tl1e house I stepped through my door and walked noxselessly across the green carpet of grass past the br15tl1ng shrubbcry and a moment ln the cool damp shade of the app e tree As I touched the rusttc svxlng I vxondered lf Mlchael should soon be granted hls long destred wtsh that he be able to gaze upon h1s loxed swtng and to see through h1s own eyes the beaut1ful panorama whlch xx as now spread before me IH an axve lnsplrlng array I closed my eye for one brtef moment and breathed a prayer that hls deslr mtght be fulfllled and the11 qutetly I tu1 ned and entered Mlchaels home Steppmg 1nto the d1m hall I caught stght of Mlchaels mother talklng wlth a mtddle aged man vxhom I tmmedtately surmtsed to be the speclaltst I approached them ln tlme to hear the surgeon say the operatlon ltself vxa sueeessful but due to all unforeseen nerxou response I doubt 1f he w1ll llxe longer than one half hour I sensed rather than saxx the look of lncredlblllty and fear that flashed across tl1e face of Mlchaels mother mtngled vxlth the tor tur d QUGSIIOTIIHQ ltnce whtch she cast Iilst at the su1geon then at 111e as 1f she vxere asktng HIL to say somethtng anythlng to proxe to her that Mlchael vxould ltxe I stood there dumb founded not knovxlng xxhat to say or do Ftnally Mlehael s mother spoke hardly aboxe a vthtsper Somehoxfx I had expected that she vxould scteam and shout th1t lt xx tsnt true lt coaldnt be true Mlke golng to dle ln a few short mlnutes but tnstead she sald calmly I must go ln to Mllee he IS alone somehoxx I guess he has alxx ays been alone no matter hoxx hard Ixe trted to be 1 part of hts l1fe l1e nexer had P1 chance the poor darllng but he xxas alvxaxs so cheerful nexer Nlllkv or cross btetuse he couldnt pl ty ltkf S FLPHLNS BROADC AS l other chxldren he xxas content to svxlng ana pteteno tnat he vxas nytng on tne DJCK OI a huge Ulld Suddenly sne turned toxxard the uoctol '1 llamlng hgnt 1n ner eyes doctor tell me lor a ntlnute Just a mlnute could lvllke see ' ll1e doctor was startled but he repned eannly See ' Yes I could remoxe the bandages but tn slrtln on his eyes xxould Cause hts heart to glxe xxty that mucn sooner Are you sute ltllehaels mother asked sure he coulel see Perfectly the doctor ansxxered ln a llrm tone lhen well do tt IVIIKQ shall have nts one wtsn to see h1s swmg she vxhtspered Lome followed them tnto the room lvltchael sat up and questloned I5 that you mother? ls the doctor there" When may I see my svsmg You must be qulet Mlke dear you are gotng to see rtght now hxs mother answered IH a broken VUILC l lotnel ate you crytng P lVIlk6 asked Only because I am so happy darlmg she whlspered lhe doctor carrleu INIlChdCl to 1110 NXIUCIOW and put h1n1 ln a chalr lhen n cut axxay the bandages lvllchael opened hts eyes and bllnked at the strange glare ln a mtnute as hts eyes became accustomed to the llght Ie savx the swmg before htm Mother my swlng he sald 1n a weak XOICG Yes dear lt lV.l1lse' Oh God Mlke answer me' Mlchaels motner flung herself on the floor bestde her boy crylng But Mtchael dldnt hear he sat there lmmoxa ble xxlth a peaceful sn11le on l11s lace He had seen ms beautlful swlng I turned quletly and M A DEIN NIS BU ONL WILL EVER KNOW The crowd drlfted out of the Lmplre Theatet Plnladelplna Men scratchee matches and 1001 ed contented when thetr ptpes drew rlght xxomen hurrledly arranged halr and hats and soon all tnoxed on John Martm stood xxlth hts SlNlLl .Joan Struss John alxxays took his slstef to see belnnn nevtsreel I undel st1nd ner so perfectly he thoug'tt I can exen understand ner unleasonable loxe for Jon Struss He looked doxxn at tl1e sltghtly g1ey11g nead ol tl11s courageous s1ster I vxon liil tl shell exex fotget htm ne mused She IL tlly xxorks too hard for the If B I sples ot U0 plea Joan turned suddenly and a sm1le erased tha longlng sadness lron1 her eyes Ate you gontg 1 l1t back to 'xx aslnngton Johnny ' Jol111 vtas surprlsed o11ce more by thls qulck e tlnge ln l11s stster Im off untll next Satut d ty Let s hurry so you ctn tell m about tlns 11e xx case you re vtorkmg on A taxl soon brought them to Joans apart ment Well whats tt all about Joan'7 You seem rather CXClIGd The chlef thmks lnformatlon IS drlftlng hom tl1e Pm lma Canal 7one to son1e OI sex tl 11 people here ln Phlladelphta I-Iaxe you anytlnng to go on" Very llttle Sexeral young German speak mg boys Came dovxn from Nexx York sexeral xxeeks ago All they seem to do ls to htxt xxtlrl ' - 1 fs 1 1 fs, 4 , '. 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TNVENTY THRLE IJHFUCS and to hang around the post OHICO No one seems to know them I thlnk The shrlll rlng of the telephone lnterrupted John It was P01100 Captaln Stadwell Ile wanted Joan down at the statlon Somethln tbout a shootlng Ill be back shortly Boy they sure plCk on balllstlc SDQCIHIISIS Joan sat muslng OXQI tne case XVIIIIOUI ge llny allxw lere Startlng to turn on the I'3CllO she was momentarlly enhanced by her hands whlch had once been so perfect but now the knuckles were sllghtly prollllnent Slowly he elelle look ell ngeo to sadness as she remell bered a thln Ilat gold rlng that had reposed there twe lty years ago The 1l'l1t1Z1lS J M F I S were mlnutely caryed on the lnslde SIIL d beell so happy' 'Ol and she had left the U S three days after tlley were marrled and sa led lor Germany How qUlCkly Jon had changed -Xnythlng that eyen suggested freedom democ ricles or Alnerlca seemed to drlye hlm la. ly mad 'lh rt had been one chlld but Joan neyer saw It Jon sald It dled at blrth She stlll loyed hlm too much to doubt hlm out when she saw those papers that he thought we re so carefully nldden and whlch showed that her chlld stlll lly ed and was a ward of the German R6lCh she couldnt belleye It For days she dld nothlng but stare horrlfied at her husbands calm fe't tures Secretly but carefully she planned her escape and only when she had reachd England dld she feel safe Jon neyel wrote She neye past she fell quletly asleep and hopefully dleamed of her soft engaglng llttle baby for gettlng that hed not be about twentv one She awoke startled bv the peel of the dool bell and found It .yas her asslstant Robelt Sand He commenced at once to tell her of the dlabolleal plot he nad oyerheard late thls after noon As I was looklng oyer the alroort I llnex pectedly eime upon that group of German boys fhey seemed to be waltlng nery ously for some one That someone got off tne 4 30 plane H seemed to oe some hlng of a leader tall blond w h tneas dlllx eyes I followed them to a notel and heard them dellberately plan IO olew up a ber nal refugee shlp as soon as It ente Lf the canal They haye complete lllformatlon about the Canal locks They are leaylng at 11 15 tonlght Ioa1 'tstonlshed and yet thrllled by the sud den turn of eyents ordered hlITl to call Chlef Stadwell 'md haye hlm and a souad of men meet tllem at the alrpolt lmmedlatelv lhe p lllcenlen were Waltlng for .Jo ln and tht 'tgent After the necessary explanatlons sne placed the men at dlfferent POSITIONS A prlyate plane was warmlng up It was 11 10 The men were rather anxlous when a t Xl lumped to fl stop beslde the plane Joan s surprlse mote lelt tre boys wlllln to ceme along wlthout reslst ance Suddenly one of there 'red ennllv at the nearest polreem ln The fl v l s rent wlth shots and thln flashes When tlllnes stopped a std slght met our legretful eves All ily wele 1 t 1 dead or dvlng along wlth two pollcemen lhe boy whom Captaln Sand had descrlbed as some thlng, of a lcadel stlll llyed Ile kept murmur mg somethlng Joan knelt to hear w hat he was saylng Letter my pocket please mall lt A well groomed hand crept up to hls pocket and stopped lhe last of the flye was about to meet some one blgger than Herr Hltler Joan took the letter flom the b ys pocket and was astonlshed to see lt was addrsesed to her The DOIICQ were questlonlng the DIIOI and had left thlS one to her She opened the enye lope and pulled out many folded sheets It was wrltten by Jon Joan Is It too late to ask you to forglle I ye ear lled the thought of you always wlth me and hate ney Ol stopped loylng you I know I ln dylng 'lrd Im rather thanl tul for thlS release 'Ire 011111 real tlllllfg Ill my llfe and our son s has been Jul lastlnf loye for you I gaye hlm eyery llttle Llllfl' you left behlnd from books and l t tt rs to your weddlng rlng whlch he wears con tlnuouslv He looks more llke my iamllv than yours el r My only regret IS that he lsnt wlth you safe lo Ill dldnt dare to read all of the letter she eould1t She dldnt want to explaln to Captaln Stadwell She folded the letter and put It ln her own pocket to tlnlsh at home She bent to ee thls voung fellow more clearly Vvho was he tnat her husband should trust this letter to h1m" DQCldlHg to try hls pocket for further lnformst on hls finger She sllpped It off frozenly Wlth a cry of angulsh she bent over thls boy The lnltlals J M 81 J S falntly XlSlbl0 on the lnslde of the rlng told thelr own story ETTA HUG!-IFS THE TEMPEST' Well they neyer thought lt would happen thls way Theoretlcal guesses lf such may be had approached lnnumerable concluslons yet yery few of these wandered lnto the true llght The earth was then a comparatlyely peaceful llttle ball lts people happy contented serene Many vears of -nte fnttlng Wars had caused death destructlon and staryatlon but thls was over now a nfyy tnd betta wolld w IS rlslng amldst the sh rnhles of the old It was December 5th of that year that th people Ilrst XISUHIIZEG th chanve The sun blos somlng up oyer the eastern horlzon early that mornlng was speckled w lth the SllghtCSt tlnt of green A few people paused to wonder at It some wlth admlratlon many wlth bewllder ment 'lhe malorlty hurrled about IH tlse busl ness world of the day But the next day the speckled appearance dlsappeared and IH lts place a llght yell f yerdant htle completely cox ered that dlstant orb Through the hazlness the usual golden llglt was falntly percelyable Many stopped to won der now l look of p rplexlty domlnatlng eyely countenance Th week wore on md wlth lt went the vellow llght The pUbllC untll thls tlme had taken the eyent as an unusual functlon of nature a plo 1 . 1 1 . . , - , . 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' 1 1 1 , . , 1 ' . - 1 . . s . . , H X513 TW ENTY FOUR STEPHENS BROADCASI longed echpse but the presence of that fantastlc greenness was lnexplalnablc Fear grew StCddll3 as the world took on the mlsty green rays of grotesqueness Fanatics raced about Ill a mdd course preachlng hysterxa to the people Sclen t1sts were stunnd by thxs abnormal behauo nd were completely s1lent upon the subgect thus addmg to the general alarm of the pubhc Whlle all th1s was taklng place another phenomenon went by almost unheedtd Thr world was slowly but surely becomlng warmer Although thls was unexpected and unwarranted for a wmter month 1t was not entlrely 1mposs1 ble Those who managed to keeo the1r heads undex such a s1tuat1on held thur Chrlstmas par tles on the front lawns now fresh and green Trees began to bud flowers bloomed and the bu-ds returned from thelr wlnter homelands Many people ln New England and the northern tates put away thelr sk1s and fled to the lakes and seashore to sw1m Those at the seashore notxced that the water unbearably cold was r1s1ng stead1ly Flshermen off Boston slghted a huge xceberg Hoatmg southward ThlS could mean but one th1ng the JEQTFIHC amount of 1C 1n the polar reglon was meltlng The suspense was shattered' People were no longer lgnorant of the facts The c1t1es along the coast must be evacuated nnmedlately A pamc axose whtn many people found that they had ne means of transportatlon to the mlands The loads were cluttered Wlth those who as a l'1s reso t had taken to walkllg Those too stubborn to reahze the lmoendlng danger were mercllessly ensnared when the first of the great tldal waxes rolled over thenl The waters swept lnland 1n a mad race sweepmg everythmg IH lts path The fortunate found refuge on the hlgh mountams above the ravagmg sea Once before countless ages ago the earth had been completely cov ered wlth water and now now It seemed to be rex ertlng to 1ts orlglnal state Sclence was destroyed sclentlsts were dumb founded but the sc1ent1sts word was unneces sary to show that the world was gettmg much hotter Man trylng to preserve the last soark of humanity underwent a terrlfic struggle 1n those mountalnous reg1ons Cruelly ot ercrowded plagued Wlth wlld beasts msec-ts and glant snakes undernourxshed and unable to cope Wlth dxsease many of them dxed But somehow somehow man l1V6d How hot It was gettmg how unbearably hot' The plateaus the mountam sldes were turmng Into forests of steam The temperature of the earth contmued to rxse untll man could no longer breathe the fiery alr and hve One breath of It would burst the lungs Mans last xxs1on of the sun was that of a deformed lopslded sphere now heaulv w rapped m a bflllldlll I'dlI'l'lLlll of blulsh green Then mto the earth man went 1nto the caxerns and cxatels mto tht bowels of the earth Hexe solact was lound IIOID the bhndnng, suffocatmi hta t ns was ort ntd lt tu hotter and the wry earth began to melt Fnor mous clxasms opgned ln the ground and tht molten ealth poured ln upon the lnhabltants Man wa no more upon the earth The fox tunatc few w ho had escaped from that seethn g furnace by rockctsshlps saw the earth from the Jutslxlltb of Saturn as a red mcandescent ball md the sun shapeless mass of hldeous green LINWOOD BATHERSO s LIbE. AS TUNIOR SEES IT Jumor remamed slouched m h1s cha1r at the bra ikfast table watch ng Blmbos tall shde bacl and forth on tl1e kltchen rug Meanwhile the hands of the clock moxed to twenty fixe mmutes past exght He leluctantly allow ed the lump of cereal to shde down h1S throat It felt llke a 1 agget as 1t went down and he wondered 1f h1 tor 1ls had gonc down W1th t He slmply couldnt make his mother understand that he wasnt the type to cat cereal He skxllfully m de roads and canals ln the cereal and then pourmg some cream mto lt found great pleasure lh watchmg lt run down these paths Then he took a spoonful of cream and a spec ot cereal 'md washed It around 1n h1s mouth Hls mother con tmued to walk back and forth between the lsltchen and tht pantry Your father Wlll be leavlng 1n two minutes so you d better hurry Junlor lf you want a ude to school sa1d h1s mother finally It was the same story exery mornmg Hts two slsters always ate thc-1r breakfast at once and got a rlde wxth father arrn mg on t1me to play games 1n the yard w1th the other chlldren before the bell rang But poor Junior he gagged at every bxte Father came lnto the room and gave hlm a hopeless look Stalhng again eh? he Sald H1s two slsters fimshed eatmg and went fox lhexr hats and coats They klssed mother good bye and were on thelr wav Then Junlor and h1s mother had thelr usual talk about bleal fast He had to remaln there unt1l he atc It When mother went from the room Bxmbo had h1s tuzn at mbbhng JUHIOI s cereal and Jun1or got up from the table Flnally he was on h1s way to school He felt neglected and unhappy He burxed h1s hands deep lnto hxs pockets and trudged along An he wallteo along hc showeled hlmslf W1th self plty Exeryone was agamst l"1m oecause he d1d a few httlt mnocent th1ngs These conslsted of loslng fountaln pens money penclls mlttex and handkerchlefs And how could he help lt lf he dxdnt entoy gomg Fldlng w1th the folks on Sunday Then no one hked the way he dressed He slmply couldnt get any place As he approached the school house he shuf lled alorg at no g eat speed and dragged hm stlf up the steps He came to h1s classroom He stood outslde the door suddenly feehng an empty snot In h1s stomach Hls knees began to knock He took a deep breath and pulled hlmself together As he opened the door a clap of thun der almost burst h1s ear drums It was MISQ Pringle s volcc So Mr Junlor Hofstead has finally made his entrance And what s the reason thls morn mg SIP? 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Bu tl . , nh -l - , tl 1 sun T aw' , . . . rx 7 x A , 'Af 1 m, ' '. . - Q 1 .'A-' 1 I , ' .H STEPHENS BROADCAST these older people Looklng Mlss Prlngle squale 1n the eye he sald No Mlss Prlngle I haxe a better one thls ume I stepped out of the houst at exght oclock As I was crossmg the stleet a huge moung xan ran oxer me and 'lhat wlll be enough Mr Hofstead shouted Mlss Prlngle turmng xery red You may take your seat and we shall talk It oxer after school Jumor went dejectedly to h1S seat trymg to puzzle out how M1ss Prmgle had suspected that hls story wasnt true He thought that It had sounded qulte n1ce Such IS llfc' ELIZABETH MUSKIL SUCCESS' It was Monday mormng the most lmportan Monday m PFISCHS hfe She had awakened rather early and got up to study for her exam 1r lfrench 'lhls exam meant everything for her Future It would mean that she e1the1 would get that so much needed scholarshm to college ox not Prlsca had studled almost contmuously for the last three weeks brushmg up on grammar xocabularv and verbs After work1ng about an hour Prlsca th1ew down her book wtth a wearv snfh and got up from her desk Walklng towards the wmdow of her bedroom a clean orderly room but not tery well furmshed because of her parents lack of money she looked out at the blue sky and murmured Please dear God help me wtlh my exam I have studied hard and wlll try Thank you Amen She turned from the w1n dow Dlcked up her books and started for lngh school w1th her mothers words of good luck rlnglng ln her ears Prlsca took the test ln the m1ddle of the mormng She had done qulte well she decxded after spendlng over four hours 1n the prlnclpal s ofhce Now all she had to do was vvalt unt1l her exam was corrected and sent back whlch the prlnclpal sald would take a week All the next week Prlsca walted lmpatlently for the results She couldnt studv her home work couldnt sleen at nwht for fear of fallure and all day long she walked 'lround xn a da1.e Her classmates teachers and parents under stood and dld the1r best to calm her Fmallv the momentous day arrlxed Prlsca was called 1nto the pr1rc1pal s office As she entered the oflice Prlscas knees trembled and he1 VOICG stuck ln her throat Well young lady sald the prlnclpal ln h1s pompous XOICQ I haxe recelx ed vour rank Con 5.ratulat1ons vou recened the hlghset rank ln the est It was Xery well done' and ne handed her the fam1l1ar typewrltten sheets her French exam marked Wxth a huge A plus Prlsca breathed a word of thanks and clutchmg the Dapers to her she hurrled out of the room not botherlng to plck up the rest of her books or eo back to class She would go home and tell the Hood news She had succeeded She would get her scholarshlp' As she hurrled out of the front entrance of PAGE TWLNTY FIV l the hugh school buxldlng towards home sht crossed a street lookmg ne1ther way A screech of brakes a glrls scream and a broken blOO05 body lymg 1n the m1ddle of the street Prlsca had succeeded yes succeeded for what? death? God had answered her prayer but m an odd way Prls a never got to college but her memory stood hlgh ln the mmds of her tnends and teachers that A plus m her French exam was her success and her rum HAZEL FISHER THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE The tram left a long streak of grey smoke ln the green valley as lt started to cllmb through the foothllls It roared by xgnormg the lnestock that browsed along the rwht of way Palnfully the tram crept toward the top and when t reached the summlt at last 1t raced along the lat tableland toward Burnsdale 'hI'1GklI1g llke somethmg frlghtened Over there said Franklm G Wlllxams where you see the bxg blllboard xs where the old Sears farm used to be I don t see the mam house any more I guess nts been burned or torn down Pret y country Mr W1ll1ams obserxed the other man I should say so M Wlll13mS nodded Look ox er there You can see the watel tower fa1ntly from here It used to supply Burnsdale wxth water when the wells dried up 1n the summer Looks l1ke a blg black xooden bowl on sticks doesnt lt" When I was a boy any kid as he remmlsced I almost broke my neck the first t1me He pomted out the old haunted house stlll standlng m 1ts ghostly stature the sand plts on the far slde of the road He caught a brltf gllmpse of the rock where he and h1s frlend used to puff unt1l they grew sxck on home made clgarettes He saw agam Ed Wmstons farm all the fam1l1ar landmarks whlch brought back sad memorles He was returning to the old home after a long xoyage He had been awav a long time Summer and wmter had come and gone thxrtv tlmes smce Franklm G WIIIIHIIIS had last seen these fields He talked on half to hlmself Once he sald slow lv once a long time ago I asked a glrl ln Burnsdale to be mv wlfe I can st1ll remember clearly the hapoenmgs of that all 1mportan' exenmg whlch changed my whole l1fe We were s1tt1ng on her porch ln the st1ll coolness of the cxemna axr The scent of lllacs and ro es w hlffed hw us on the summer breeze It was thru I popped the questlon I was sure of mvself l was mtensely ln loxe and I nexer dreamed shed turn me down But she dld The other man looked at htm VK. hy" he asked cur1ously Flnanclal reasons replied Mr NV1ll1ams Sh sand she loxed me but llfe to her dldnt rate loxe first She wanted to be certain that the man she marrned would be a success I asked her lf she thougmt that I was gomg to be a fallure She sald Yes as though she really knew Franklm she sald to me I loxe you but U . . 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T Q--'H r ff s. -J P 'hr-'WL U5-' 'J-' xl- l AGL PVS LNTY 1 IGHT STFPHENS BROADCAST A I'llajOI1ty of the students went down to th Oxford M111 to Work tor three days 1n the Per sonnel Department as part of thexr tralfllllg They enjoyed th1s very much as they could put thelr knowledge 1nto actual use The guls were muted to attend a meetmg of the Mex1co Commerclal Club and m returr they 1IlN1t6d the Mexico glrls to attend one of thelr meetmgs On January 31 the Commerclal Club spon sored a Lone Pme Mountameer program xn the audltorlum Our share of the proceeds helped a great deal At present there are twenty fou1 members fifteen Seniors and nme Junlors The sponsor IN Mr Baum The present oflicers are Presldent l- Boyle Vlce Presldent R Anastaslo Treas urer M Bernard Secretary A Bartash Re porter Adrxenne Po1r1er Sergeant at Arms L Godlsh 'IHE PFA ASSOCIATION OF SHS 'lne FI-A has had an LYClllIlg but 1rterest1nf' program of actxvltles durmg thls year 194041 In the fall the followmg ofhcers headed up the orgamzatlon Presldent G1rard Coulombe V1c Presxdent Delma Laperle Secretary Ronald Easter Treasurer Ralph Stetson Reporter Louls Glover Advlsor Mr Blown Our agrlcultural class bemg unusually large thls year naturally raxsed over membershlp ln the FPA The members are Wallace Austm senneth Bryant Robert Gallant Lou1s Glover G1rard Coulombe Ronald Easter Delma Laperle Ralph Stetson John Wyman Herman Thurston Velne Glower Walter Casper Wxlllam Kerr Karl Gurschlck Stephen McKenna W VVentzel Barker Hopklns Kenneth Jones Rob ert DHXIS Earl Zxnck J Kauorls C Walker Theodore Jasud and Raymond Perry Our Hlst exent tor the year was an exemng 1oast up to Salmon Falls Th1s was held 1n September and about forty ol the boys went Hot dogs roasted com coffee rolls 'md apples were all ln older Some of the boys took thelr oanjos along Wlth them and a gland tlme was had by all Tarly 1n OClObG1 the old members held fi meetmg to draw up a program of work for the yeax It was deelded to do this by means of commnttees The boys agreed also at thxs meet mg to haxe a workable FFA llbrary thls year and Louls Glow er was chosen llbrarlan Each boy was to brmg 111 one or two books for the llbrary and then the other boys eould borrow these dut mg the year Late 1n October We sponsored a Halloween Soclal Tms was a grand succe s Everyone had a good tlme and oxer thlrty dol lars was cleared Haung earned some mol ey Ne proceeded to buy some of the thmgs we haxe long needed such as an FFA banner serap book new man uals etc At the present we haxe well equplped chapter Our annual FFA banquet was held 1n the school cafeterla put on by the Hom Ifcononnes Class They dld an excellent mb and '1 fine rm 1' w IS enjoyed by all The chxef speaker lor the exenmg was Rleharu Dolloff now head of the U of M Lxtenslon lfolee lvlr Dolloft used to be a member of the Agrxcultural Class ot Steph ens Hlgh Among contests that we haxe taken part ln thls year or wlll take palt ln are Judg ng Bdlly Beef at Fryeburg Fair Apple .ludgmg at Lew xston Southern D1st11et Contest at New Castle held ln May and the st te Contest wmch wtll be held at the Unlxerslty of Mame the last ot June We sent two delegates to represent us at the Norway FFA banquet We were muted to attend banquets at WlltOYl Can or Ducktleld and Fryeburg We are lookmg forward to our annual four day Dshmg trlp up to the Blrches At th1s exert we take ten1s and our tood and have a grand tlme eatmg flshmg and boatmg on the plctur esque Rangeley Lakes We feel It an honor to mentlon the fine work and success that a team of fue boys made at the LJIIIVQFSIIY of Mame last June ln the State Contest The boys made a fine showlng for the school and club by commg up 1n thlrd place out of forty elght schools The team Included Berton Emery Ronald Faster G1rard Coulombe Wallace Austm Loux Gloxer and were accompanled by the adxxsor Mr Brown DEBATING Th1s year the Debatlng team of S H S has progressed extremely well They have taken part m many debates and have won 70A of all then' praetlee debates wlth all teams pHI'tlC1pHllI'lg The afflrmatne team Marwood Clement and Dean XVOOCENVEIIQ has been undeteated for two years The negatlxe team Audrey McLean and Wayne Sweatt won some of the1r debates also There haxe been practlce tournaments wlth Edward Llttle South Portland Edward Llttle South Portland and Colebrook N H In the Bates League Debates the afhrmatxve team won 3 0 wh1le the negat1ve team was defeated 3 O There have been mter class teams this year wnth Marw ood Clement eoachmg the sophomores and Mr Thomas eoachmg the Jumors The soph omores won both of then debates The debatmg te tm has won much esteem ln S H S and let us hope that lt w1ll contmue as successfully as lt has d'Jne 1n the past BOYS R CLUB The Boys R Club engaged 1n a xery favoxa ble school year during 1940 and 1941 Two ll'lltlatlOI'lS were held and a total of 25 new mem bers were admltted to the club The club ofln cers ale as follows Norman Rxchards Presldent Klmball Stanwood V1ce Presldent Albert Frost Secretary and Treasurer Raymond Bulger was orlglnally appomted as Sergeant at Arms but due to hls call by Uncle Sam Llonel Beaudet was appomted to tinlsh out h1s term A pre game Socxal was held before the Mexlco game under the sponsorshlp of the club whlch reahzed a profit of S31 11 The Annual R Club Banquet was held at the Methodlst Church under the , 7 1 I1 -. -74. -. 1 1 1 - .1 1 1 .1 ,, 1, ' 1. 1 'fs 1 1 ,1 , . . , 1 " 1: 1 - 1' 1' ' -11 ' - . , - - 1 I L1 . 1 , , 1 1 1 I 1 1 . y - ' 1' ' ' 1 1 . 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I ' ' " X . 1 STEPHENS BROADCAST ausptces of the Home Mlsstontry Soelety lhls Banquet was glyen ln honor ot the members who were mducted mto Goyernment Servlee These members were Ray Bulger Norman Duplll Ed Tardlff EPIC MacDonald and l'dd1 Adams A salt water candy sale was held by the R club Thls sale was well supported by the school glVlhg the club a S23 00 profit Thus wlth a year of successful club work beh1nd nt the boys R club look forward to the year 41 42 pIBRARY CLUB The Library Club has had a yery successful ye lr The OHICQFN of thls Club are Plesldent Irene Lotsel Vlcr Presldent Rose Anastaslo Secretary Dorts McGrath Treasurer Wllnli Ramey The Club has held weekly meetmgs ln the nbrary at whlch tlme the problems of conduct ng the ltbraly and dt cxplme were dlscussed An occaslonal soclal affalr IS held Thts ye'1r a Xmas supper md party was gleatly enjoyed md the last of May the club held an outmg The ma1n achlevement of the club thls year was IH obtalmng the sanctxon of the Student Louncll to wear the hlgh school letter Whleh ts to be nclosed IH a book sllhouette A ltst of requlrements was drawn up and those ellglble for letters are Rose Anastaslo Mmerva Vallee Shlrley Perry Wllma Ramey Vlxlan Brenntck and Murtel Whlte These girls haxe served satlsfactorlly for at least two years as student llbrarlan The Llbrary Club IS the only club ln school whlch renders dlrect serylce One study perlod exery two days ts gtven up to this work and the glrls should be glven a lot of credlt for thelv hne sp1r1t of servlce A new system was lI1tllLll9Cl th1s year Students must fill m blanks glymg a resume of the subjects they are lookmg up I'h1s system has been falrly successful and wxll probably be adopted for next year Members are Rose Anastaslo R1ta Ellxott Amelta Agostlnellt Irene LOISCI Florence Paquet Wllma Ramey June Bradley Harrlet MacDougall Shirley Perry VINIHH Brennlck Flora Roy Emma Rtchardson Dorls McGrath Mmerva Vallee Rosetta McKenna Gertrude sadeau Murlel Vkhzte and Mary Maeffarlare G GLEE CLUB Tlns year the Glrls Glee Club though smaller than usual has been just as successful as m former years At the bLf.,1Il111l'lg of tte year Vman Brenmck was elected ehatrman of tms orgamyatlon and Marllyn Sturdwant was named assistant chalrman In February three delegates V1x1an Bren mek Arlene Qulgley and Fleanor Gruber at tended the Muslc Festlyal at New Londen Conneetleut and sang m the eoncert tour The forty members of the Glee Lluh Illll us d fot the Westetr Mnne lVlUS1C F1 stlyal M ay 14 it Iortl md 'md the New England lxluslf PAGE FW ENTY NINE lestn tl held VI fy Z3 and Z4 it Auburn 1l1e seleetlons for the se festtvals were My Song and Dedtcauon the rtquned number The gnls '1 ne worked hard md we wlsh them suceess Nnother organlaatlon had tts begmnmg tlus ye lr the boys Glee Club I'here are approve lmately 15 boys and they haye been yery suc eessful They have sung at the Oxford County Men Teachers Assoclatlon at the Rotary Club and are plannlng to smg at Gladuatlon Good luck to you bovs' HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Congratulations' For the first year this elub has ptoven to be successful and lets hope lt keeps lt up Many meetmgs were held and games and refreshments were had At 1ts first Illeetlng Mlss Burnham preslded Phe ofllcers were elected as follows Presldent Beatrtce Arsenault 1st Vlce Presxdent Irene Lolsel Znel VICL Presldent Ruby Kaulback Secretaly Esther Watson Treasurer Jenme Papasodora Commlttee chalrmen are Socxals Sylvxa Poulm Flnance Bessle Heath Serxlce Velda Sesslons Edueatlon V1Vldn Brennlck Publlclty Lorralre Dube Irograms Harriet MacDougall Economic Club and 1ts object IS to haxe glrls together to partlclpate IH dlfferent hobbtes Its membershlp IS that all seniors are charter mem bers and jun1ors must have a B average and they must be lnterested 1n Home Economles to be ellglble for actlye membershlp Many of the Home Economlcs glrls wtth the sponsor att nded lnterestmg meetlrgs They attended a handlclaft meetlng held at the Instl tute and they also went to Farmlngton Hlgh School for a day to attend the Home Economxes Department Open Day At the last meetmg ot the year the Senlor wlll lI'l1tl3.lC the Jumors whlch mclude elexen members The new sponsor Mrs Houston IS ooperatmg wlth the glrls ln ey ery posslble way 'Vlay the club carry on' BAND The year 19401941 has been yery eyentfu' for the S H S Band Throughout the year the band helped out at dlfferent pc p lreetlngs and chapel programs nn the audttorlum Durmg th footba1l eason the band attended eyery game Wlth the utmost entnuslasm Probably the blg gest and most lmportant event thls year was the S H S Band Concert on May 8 It was oy far the greatest mustcal feature ever to be ple sented ln S H S They had as a great artls' fflank Gavlanl celeblated accordlanlst and member of the well known N E Conseryatory of Musxe He brought wlth hlm another talented young artlst Dorls Oscrano Every one enjoyed then sparkllng personalltles xery much Mrs Arnold well known slnger offered two selec uons wluch were taken wlth much enthuslasm bv the audlence The eyenmg was very profit able both from the band pomt of vlew and the audlences new The band toured to Portland Mav 11 to lttend the Western Milne Music Festlx al whete 1 1 , . 1 n , . 1 1' 1 '..' , ' .', "'1 ,',.'-1 ,' I .1 . 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PAGF THIRTY tt made an excellent showlng And on May 74 they attended the N E Musxc Festn al at Au burn The band was xery good on a w hole thts year and 1t will sadly mtss some of 1ts members Fsther Watson Marlorxe Dennls Barry McMen namm Marwood Clement Pxerett Hanscom and Charles Ralhdes 'md 1ts drum majolettes Hazel F1SllLI' Frances Kowalzyk md Patrlelt Mattlson A A COUNCIL The A A Counexl was off' mzed early th1 year wlth the ofhcers as follows Presldent Albert Pouhn Vlce President Sally Stanwood Secretary Llame Ruff Treasurer Frls Gur schlck The other members of the councll are Geraldlne Holt Loretta Ther ault Robert Grady and Ambrose McKelhcle Besldes the usual actlvttxes of the Counctl several new features were mtroduced The eouncll df-used and put before the assoclatmon a ystem of tecldent benehts for 1n1ured players I'h1s system recelxed mueh approbatlon from the assoctatton and It was carrled out The councll also made several lesolutlons and suggestlons for I'CNlS101'lS and clarlficatlon of the constltutlon of the A A These were later accepted by the assoclatton and should serye to prevent the frequent debates on the 1nte1pret'1 tlon of thls document The council ably carrled throughout the year the varlous other dutles that are asslgned to It by the constltutxon Letter were awarded to the varxous st tdents partclpatmg ln sports upor recommendatton of the coaches and the futfllhng of ehglblhty rules whteh are deternnned bg th constxtutlon whtch ID turn IS based on state rules In February the counctl sponsored the Second Annual Sno Vent Through the co opera t1on of the faculty and the student oody th1s winter carnlx al Was mdeed a success Thls years counell has worked ably and efhclentlv throughout the year They deserxe the pralse of the A A and the student body tot their fine work If RLNCH CI UB La Cercle Francalse began the new year under the sponsorshlp of Mlss Iucta Co m1er after she had had a years absence Thls year the club was enlarged to lnclude the Semors Junlors and Sophomoxe French students In1t1at1on for the Jumors and Sophomoxe were held on the same nlght after whlch officers were elected The presldent XICC plesldent and treasurer were elected from the Semor class and the Secretary was elected from the .Iumor class The Presvdent 1s Emma Bulger Vxce Presl dent Patrlcla Matheson Treasurer George Valhere and Secretary Robert Grady On February 13 the Latm and Frerch Clubs combined and had a Valentlne Party for all the members of both clubs The feature QNGIIT 01 the evenmg was the Valentme Box Each one present was glxen three hearts on XXlllCh they wrote 1 xtrse 'mel sent to his fllerd Many of STFPHFIN S BROADC XS1 these xerses were quite mgemus As soon s these xalentmes were w rltten ex eryone rettred to the gym where they played games until the lefreshments were serxed When the college students were home for Chrlstmas xacatlon the SLIIIOI' membets of La Cercle Franc use muted the folmer members to spend a 900111 exemng w 1th them ln the Gym Tables were set up around the hall m cabaret 1dShlOn and on each table was a Flench crossword puzzle The guests were dluded 1nto groups and they pl Vyed games The person fm 1sh1ng first Wlth the nost pomts was gnen a prlze Catherme Hanson Gorham Normal School student won the first p1 lze A punch bowl was the center of attraetton durlng the evenmg and especlally when refresh ments were served Exeryone enjoyed a grand soclal exenlng and the Semors were proud to act as hosts to a grand group of former fellow students The Senior members had a grand tlme whxle xt lasted but xt dldnt last qulte long enough Good luck and success to next years French Club LATIN CI UB The Latm Club had tts usual sucee ssful year At the begmnmg of the school year the follow lnff ofllcers were elected Walter Brooks Gruber scrlbe secretary and Matgorte Denms scrlbe treasurer The 1n1t1at1on of new memoets was held 1n January Th1s makes a total of 63 ltembers 101 thls year After each member had p rformed letteshments wele enjoyed by all The soclal functlon for rebruary was a val ent1ne party at whlch tlme the I'1enth Ctub partlclpated Everyone played games in the gym and then refreshments were served buffet style Three one act plavs were presented m the audltorlum the 15th of May The first numb r on the program was a royalty pl xy Dread The cast of pl iyers was as follows Gertrud Nadeau Noreen Reed Irma Pfrry Joyce Lord Bertrand Mercler and Hlldred Woodward The next ltem was a readlng Bally hoo gnen by Iohn Dalgle The th1rd play was entltled Chrxstmas Trxmmmgs The members Of the cast were IVIAFJOIIO Dcnms Hayd n Sargen lxnma Bulger I'IdLCl F1sr'e1 Lltarole Gluoer Marilyn Sturdlvant George Valhele Clyde Mal ley Stanley Kohche 'md John Datgle Th next number was a recntatlon Oo La L Hat glven by Vlolet GIIIIS The thlrd play wa Elmet Thls cast lncluded Audrey McLean Jackle Leader Ierne Shurtleff Nella Bowden Nlllfltl W hlte Sally Stanwood Deane Wooel ward Rodney Sarle and Wayne 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SFIIIIINS BROADCAST PAC! 1H1rilYtrNl SPORTS IN S H S PASIxl FBALL 1910 11 Iht Stephens llrgh Basketb ill Tt nn ol ltst 1 all md xxrnltr showed exccellent result by hax rn r progrts rxt sfftson the hrst ol e st rson the team was slow they took one defe tt er trothtr mtl rt the end of the se rson wrs sard thrt tht boys would compete rt the tour n rnrt nt The tt mr gurdttl by Coach Me ader ani M tn reel Iram rnn worked hrrd and rn sprte ol the r bid luek nextr grxe rn Phe tt rm eonsrsted of thrrtttn boys N Rrchards tRFr Senror A Mthtllrck tL1 l Junror 1' Purra tLFl Soph omore L brtherson tCl S nror H Flaherty tPC1r Junror If Lutrck tRGl Junror Jonn Ilmson tRGl Senror J Br nn ck tLGl Ju nror ltrehrrdson tLGl Senror Then on Februrry 21 1941 xxhen the se tsor was almost ox er rt xx rs rnnounctd 11111 the team xxould go to the tournament School closed earlx th rt dry rnd tt three thrr y the term appeared on the floor rt Lewrston rerdy to frght a b rttle oyrl Throughout the entrre game nexer w rs erther term as much rs three pornts ahead ol the other and at the half Stephens leo 10 to 9 Throughout the last qutrter the score changed hrst one srde then the other and then a Chex rus pl ryer dropped r brsket puttrng them ahe rd 18 to 17 In the last seconds to play a Rumford player shot rn rmafrng ball and Stephens won the g, tmt 19 to 18 llrus on Februrrv 251 they returned to th rt s inte rrmory rn Lewrston to play the most excrt rng nrost lhrrlhng grme exer to be Wrtnessetr ly pl rytr or spectator At the end of the garnt the Qcore was 1 tre 26 to 26 Then rn an oxtrtrmc perrod each te rm scored a basket Af er thra a sudden de rtl xx rs played and Lexvrston dropped the wrnnrng btsket endrng the game '30 to 28 and tne Runrloxd boys though defeated went home 1 hippy bunch FOOTBALL REVIEW Lrst lll th Stephena Hrgh Ptnthtrs turned rn 1 conrparatrxelv su etsslul s rson under the Wrng of Coach Wrrston Wrllty who was rppornted to take the pl ret of Basrl Dwyer powtrlul l tngor Rrmi Although Rumford wrs Jerten I b sa th Tm nut up one ol l re brg est battles of the sea on On Otto: tr 'J the te rm traxeled to Portla fl xhere thtx took the Chexerus brys 90 Thrs xas tht irrst x rn of the season Fht folloxxrng Saturday strll on th lord the Ptnthtrs met the Cony Hrgh Rams tugustr tht tinal score Wai 18 0 rn faxor of Cony October 19 brought a thrrllrng clash xxrth Lewrston Hrgh The band accompanred the team to Lexvrston and both Rumford and Lewrs ton drrlleel xt the half The game ended wrth Rumford on the short srde of a 33 O score rht next week Stephens, w rs rexenged for the Panthers soundly trounced Waterxrlle 14 O rt the Ord ball Croundf Thrs was a welconre xretory tor rn 1938 and 1939 the xVaterxrlle Panthers lrt rt Rumforfl r b and 1 O O1 eourst the brggest g. rrne oi the year txtry xt tr rs wrth 'vlexreo Thrs year was no exeeeptron Loyal rooters from both Rumford and Mexreo were there rn full force and everyone yellttl untrl he wrs hoarse The arr waa thrck wrth passes as Rumford trred desperately to scort Then Mexrco would rntereept and krck the ball Rumford would not Qcore and put up plenty oi resrstance Wrth tht ball on Mexrcos twelxe yard lrne the Pantlcers d ttrmmed to scort and after 1 fake field goal Rty Bulger pl ice krcked tht b'1ll rrght between the uprrghts makrng the scort 3 0 The game ended wrth 'rn other short pla Both teams were txenly matched wrth frghtrng sprrrt and a harder game was nexer fought between Rumfold and Mexico Thus the football season ended Wrth thret osses and three xxrns 1he players deserxe much eredrt for th y had a tough schedule to play Perhaps next year wrll brrng a champron shrp team onee more to Stephens Hrgh School The squad rncluded Backfleld N Rrchard G Melanson A McKellrck R Bulger J Bren nrck F Purrr S MacDonald L Mayo and P Arsenault Lrne L Beaudet A Frost F Gauthrer K Agostrnelh S Purra Kersey F Gordon F Parella B Ramev W Anderson E Longway B Gradx R Mullet K Stanxxood D Marston E Adams R Belanger J Kaubrrs L Jobrn rnd 1' Mayo BASLBALL 41 Coreh Ray Baum of the Panthtrs Brseball Squad erlltd for baseball pro pects early rn th sprrng, Whrle the cold and undecrdtd weather was strll at its htrght the boys were rn tht gym trarnrn so as to put out anothe ehmrpronshrp team Thrs years Irrst strrng cateher rs Norman Rrcharels The prtehtrs are Longxxay Hrnson Brooks and H rulton At frrst there rs the srx foot three Krm Stan wood who h s a rtaeh on hrm that xxould make brf legrere hrst basemen feel small Young Omer Rrehard holds doxxn second xxhrle Franky Purra takes hrs place at ahortatop John Bren U 43, ,J - -Y ,iq - ,G , I K1 -., " H ' H H p 'Y ef H z Hz ' as. 5 H Hg 'Y - 4 H "5 2 ' 1 k- rj 1. 1 1 ,H A C V, Z. .Z ' , , ' K . , .x .2 . g 2 'cvs .efq . 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', , - I rin 4 1 the hot cotntr In tht outiteld there IS Lm B 1tht1son at ltlt B111 Cloutttt at unter and S1111 G tctttu at Ilglll I' t matottty of thest boxs 11t good httttts HIOIL tl11n ktly somt ol tttm Xl ns xe1r Aprtl tccompanted hx shower xx htch was not tn tht f01m of prtc1p111 tlon but onc ol xettran 1nl potfnttal ttackmtn msxxttmg, tl11t spotttng, Ulgt xtlttcn dom111 ttts the ltd bloodr d schoolsttr tt tht lltst Nlglll 1nd smell of g.,1ttn 1tg.,et'tt1on POI tuo OI thret dtx tht gym xx IN Itlltd 111th tlflllltllllg, a1hletes try naxe 1ccumul1ted durtng tht cold Xuntet months Then through tht goodness of Mothtr Natute eatly DFHCTICO on tht ttatk vtas posstblc llurmg, th nc 1 t ree ut thlt followed 11 sp1kt shotd 1 ttsts undtr Cotch Wtllcy x1o1l1td fatthfully lrom school set to sunsqt tn prepara tton lot the11 Itrst encounter 'tt thc Unnerstty TRACK SI I' PIII NS BRO XIX ANI somt of tht htgeht st linlllllf., tl Cl lQ.,lS tn the St ttt Schoolboy Lt 1g,ue These boys vstth the hclp oi the coaches R15 Baum 1nd Ch1ck Nlt 1dtt and about txun 5 substttutts ought to contt 1Ill0l1g,l1 thts se tsott VNIII1 tht Rm d on Htgh of Vhmt On May 3 tht ldvt 1rd Ltttle and Stephens Htgh School t1,1c111ncn made 1 g.,oofl shoxung 1g,a1nst the Milne Fttshmen our boys comptltng., 1 tot 1l of th11'5 thxtt potnts vt lICll ttt mttdtnt 1lly the most potnts our tt 1111 I1 IN produced 1t Mamt tn cl g,1t tt mtny yeirs A tux days latcr at Bovtdotn ktnnehunk Thornton fteshman te'1m and Welt beaten by a narrow margm Here aga1n out team made the most potnts of tht three schoole nt ll lutur t tu m t w be 4 prcpatatorx to tht st ttt matt whtch IS tht n111n objecttxe oi the year VK INTI1 R SPORTS Lomhts Ixtwo illil Wtlltxs pmup of boxs s o 1 St too o LIIUIIIIIOIIN I all mttts thty h1xt I1n1s1to at or nc ll tht t1ont and han ttkcn many ot the hono1s l'h1s year thu took part tn out Intezclass Mttt the VVestern Matne DISIFICI Vleet and itate of Matne SI1 Matt at Attoutn the LU11 ton C 11n1x al and N1 11m Inttr Scholas IIC Mctt lht boys m tdt 1 good showtng., 11 uetg onc ol thtst metts Thts sums to be thc sport most tnlfbtd lt all bcys It IS a sport tl11t Null ncxtt bt txullcd tor thrtlls sptlls and chtlls Probably anothtr mason fo1 thts oetng a 11opul11 sport ts tl1e f1ct that thue ls mote opportuntty for tndtxmual attatnments We hope that exuy pup1l tn schoo' tealtzts tht ttne work these boys haxe done T556 IQAGIC 'l'llIIi'l'Y-"KVM Q" I CHQ ' 1 ' S" nick, ' all around athlete will tak1 care ot' . 1 1 '1 '1 ' 1 2 ' 1: 11: ' ' 2 1 3 ' X 'Q XE Y' ' 1 ' ' E 1 -if 1 ' ' if 1: 1' 1 ' 1 ml' ' I '11, 1, . 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