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Our first superintendent was Mr. A. L. Hardy, and We
always connect him with the thoughts of our grammar school
days. In September, 1915, Mr. Hardy resigned his position as
superintendent of Amherst 's schools, bringing to a close his long
service of sixteen years. What he did built itself into the lives
of the pupils, for Whom he Worked with sympa.thy, devotion and
high ideals. Mr. Hardy has every reason to feel that his Work
was Well Wrought and that he has Won great praise from both the
citizens and the pupils of Amherst.
Our next superintendent, Mr. Carroll R. Reed, though he
remained With. us but a short time, will long be remembered.
After about a year's service, Mr. Reed left us to accept the super-
intendency of schools in Rockford, Ill. Although his leaving was
a source of regret to us, yet what was our loss was another's gain.
His successor, Mr. John D. Brooks, came to us .from
Gloucester, Mass., with the desire of making our schools better by
seeking to perpetuate all that was proven good. Although with
dusbut a short time, he is greatly admired and respected. He is
a most interesting speaker, and is an active Worker in the school
1918 Wishes -him the best of success and happiness.
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MR. F. T. WINGATE
Amherst is justly proud of hor New High School. Not only
is it one of the most beautiful buildings of this college town, but
also one of the most modern.
Built in 1915-16, at a cost of S115,000, to replace the Old
Building, it was furnished with an eye towards remedying the
inconveniences caused by lack of equipment in the other building.
Wlhereas the Old High School could cater only to the college pre-
paratory student, the New High School can attend not only to
the college prep, but also to the commercial and scientific course
The equipment of the New Building contains a large
assembly hall, well-furnished chemistry and physics laboratories,
manual training, domestic science a.nd typewriting rooms. The
interior color scheme is one of great beauty and simplicity.
The New Building was opened in 1916. Witli its opening
came Mr. WrVingate, the principal. Although here but two years,
Mr. WVingate has made himself felt by his efforts to make
A. H. S. a top notch school. Busy as he is, he always has time to
take an interest in student activities, and through this interest
those activities have benefited.
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