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12 THE HARBOR BEACON
Willard, Camden Sargent, jr., and Miriam
The annual Speaking Contest was held,
in which members of all four ships took
yart. From our ship George Ober and Mir-
iam Gordon were the speakers. Miriam
'von the first prize.
To keep in shape a basketball team was
organized on board ship The sailors on it
were Elmer Willard Monte Williams George
Ob r B1lly Estabrook and Camden Sargent
All the sophomore sailors were on the
ball team Our ship IS a large one so you
see we have plenty of room for physical
One night the captain called us all on the
deck. He told us that in a week we had to
dock for an examination and inspection.
We had been going with the breeze and
would have to hurry to make it in time.
The only rough weather we had was
when we rounded the cape That was
Just before our mid year ranking period
At pr sent we are planning to dock at
Sullivan Harbor early in June for our final
check up and examlnation
Miriam Gordon 42
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
First Row Julian Leighton Donald Martin Willis Johnson Ewerett Conary
Second Row Neil Walker Eugene Young Barbara Whalen William Robertson
Rosalie Ashe Elliot Foss Jesse Walker
Third Row Blanche Rice Beverly Joy Frank Sexerance Waldo Lelghton Abner
Sargent Bertha Tracy Burton Lindsey
President Rosalie Ashe
Vice President Frank Severance
Secretary Jesse Walker
Treasurer Bertha Tracy
We started school on September 11 1940
with an enrollment of twenty Four of our
members left but three others Joined us
In athletics our class is well repiesented
Seven of the boys played on the basketball
team Many of the freshmen boys have
reported for the baseball team
The Freshmen put on a commercial play
and a debate and three of the members
were in the two one act plays presented by
the Dramatic Club
All of us will remember Freshmen Recep
tion which of course the Freshmen en
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THE HARBOR BEACON 11
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
THF SOPHOMORE CLASS
F1rst Row Hllda Johnson George Ober Harold Johnson Elmer W1ll1ard
Second Row Ethel Davis M1r1am Gordon Monte WIIXIBIXIS Camden Sargent
John Sargent W1ll1am Estabrook Prescott Br1ggs
PfESld9"1t Camden Sa1gent
VICE presldent Monte W1ll1ams
Secretary Mlflam Gordon
Every year four beaut1fu1 Sh1DS set sall
from a port Wh1Ch I shall call Su1l1van
Harbor It IS a beautlful harbor not one
of the b1ggest nor the rlchest nevertheless
one of the bus1est
The part1cular voyage I am golng to tell
you about lS one taken by a very young
Shlp It 1S only two years old and a pret
t1er shlp has never been afloat' The name
of It IS The Fa1r Sophomore Class
The capta1n IS a sturdy fellow a b1t rest
less at t1mes but as a rule fa1rly dependa
ble H1s name 1S Captam Camden Sar
gent Jr Now the first mate' Such a
fellow could not be found lf one were to
loam the seven seas 1n search of one A
tall dark fellow w1th a sense of humor that
cant be beat He IS none other than that
F1rst Mate Monte W1ll1ams' The second
mute 1S rather grouchy at t1mes He IS
famous for h1s deep S1ghS and attempts at
yodellng You all know who he IS by now
the odd one of the officers You ve guessed
1t' Its a g1rl Mlflam Gordon The crew
ls composed of nme members two of WhlCh
are stewardesses The rest are the helpful
boys who make the crew as well as the
shxp all that lt should be
We set S311 on a sunny day 1n September
We had good weather and seldom ran 1nto
any rough water At the end of a per10d
of s1x weeks we docked at a port
We had a booth at the Seamens Fa1r
wh1ch was held n the exh1b1t1on bu1ld1ng
t a harbor called East Sullxvan
For amusement on the shlp we w1tnessed
a skxt The Lamp Went Out 111 wh1ch two
of the sophomores took part Three sopho
mores partxclpated 1n a one act play
Betts Best Bet They were Elmer
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Treasurer .................. John Sargent Yes, it's John Sargent. That third mate is
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THF HARBOR BEACON
Joyed a great deal The Hare and Hound
Chase was a great success
We all feel now that We have found a
place ln the school and we are golng to do
our part ln the years to come
ROS3.ll6 Ashe 43
I shall now endeavor to descrrbe to you a
truly remarkable group of students The
most ambltlous the best behaved the most
talented clas ln school 1S of course the
Flrst well dlscuss amb1t1on Never be
fore has S H S had the honor of possess
mg such a consclentlous lntellectual class
as the Freshman Very rarely does one of
our superlor classmates stay after school
Furthermore usually half the honor roll
consists of our super human class
Talent IS the next outstandmg tralt ln
our class Our Hancock classmates supply
most of th1s Many of them are musical
wltty clever and excellent ln dramatlcs
Some of us have great art1st1c ab1l1ty also
Our teachers have been serlously conslder
mg promotlng us to the Junlor class How
ever thlnklng lt mxght embarrass the
Sophomores we all declined Thrs shows
that we are unselfish and thoughtful as
well as lntellectual
Now comes behav1or of whlch I feel sure
you already have a clear understandmg
The Freshmen never pass notes whrsper
chew gum or do any of the other thlngs
whlch ordlnarxly d1st1ngu1sh other classes
We have excellent manners
We feel sure now that 1f S H S 1snt
noted th oughout the Un1ted States and
Europe 1t IS no fault of the Freshmen
As we are a very modest class we wlll say
noth1ng further except to add that we hope
you appreclate us
Norma Jelllson 43
1 If a frog started hopplng along a
4 foot plank and Jumped a foot the first
tlme and each Jump thereafter was half
as long as the one precedlng how long
would It take hlm to Jump off the plank?
2 A boy on hlS way to school saw a
mason laylng brlcks The boy asked the
mason how much a brlck werghed The
mason s answer was 3A of a pound plus 3!
of a. brlck How much d1d 1t we1gh'J
3 If you have two colns totallng 55
cents and one 1snt a nlckel what are the
4 If a bottle and a stopper cost S1 05
and the bottle cost a dollar more than the
stopper how much d1d the stopper cost?
5 A man was found murdered 111 a 30
foot s1lo There was a hole about a foot 1n
dlameter ln the top and there was only
one entrance at the bottom Thxs how
ever had been locked on the lnsxde by the
v1ct1m so h1s murderer could not have
entered the s1lo There were no wounds on
the body The only clue was a pool of
fresh water on the floor of the s1lo How
was he murdered?
6 I xnqulred at Overshoe Junctlon
how to get to North Overcoat and was
told to go stralght ahead for a mile to a
four corners where a signpost would dlrect
me When I arr1ved there the slgnpost
had been pulled up and was lyxng 1n the
drtch How d1d I know Whlch road to
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