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Stowell Cup Awarded To Class Of 1929
SENIORS AND JUNIORS TIE FOR SECOND PLACE
After this good news in June we spent a glorious summer of vacation. When
fall arrived work on the Junior Play began.
Teacher Alarmed By Blood Curdling Shrieks
DASHES MADLY FROM HER OFFICE TO DISCOVER CAUSE AND EFFECT
But when that teacher found the cause she realized that there was no first
aid necessary! CGimme, Gordon was rehearsing her role in '6The Cat and the
Canary." The play was most successful.
This year we changed our class color from brown to blue.
Grand Reception Given To Fortune Seekers
JUNIOR CLASS GIVES FAREWELL BALL TO SENIORS
In June we bid farewell to the seniors who left their places and work in A. H. S.
for us to carry on.
Our senior year rolled round with all its importance. In December came the
senior dance. Then the debaters, in January, began their fiery contests.
Budding Young Ciceros Again Take Honors
i HALL TENSE WITH EXCITEIVIENT AS ,IUDGES CAST VOTES
'29 again won the inter-class debating bout.
Peter Pan And Daniel Webster Take Laurels
ORATORICAL CONTEST HELD BY REPRESENTATIVES OF EACH CLASS
On Nfarch 22 as our last representatives,Dorothy Frandsen with a selection
from "Peter Panv and Sanford Keedy with a speech of Daniel Webster, won '4PriZe
This year Howard Chenoweth was elected President of Western Mfassachusetts
Pro Merito Society. He was the third President from A. H. S.
Whole Town Turns Out To Wish
Seniors 'Bon Voyage'
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There are a great many of us who can repeat any day the headlines of yester-
day's New York Timer-
Tunney F lips a Flap Jack
THEN EATS TWENTY-FIVE
Not a few of us might have finished United States History with lofty degrees
if the important facts had been written thus-
Big Boom In California Real Estate
GOLD NUGGETS DISCOVERED AT SUTTER'S MILL
And so it seems that the suggested tabloid form is the most fitting arrangement
to record the career of the class of I929, which will remain so clearly in our memories.
Instead of the usual facts of entrance, we have in headlines-
F ive Freshmen Repeatedly Annoy
BEWILDERED BY MASSIVE EDIFICE NEWCOMERS ' I
INTERRUPT UPPERCLASS RECITATIONS
History repeats itself. Just as one certain freshman of '29 caused us to smile
as he ran about, so we must have been amusing to the seniors of '2S. But we grew
to know the building quite well. In fact we felt so well acquainted with it that we
wished to show our parents where we would spend our days in hard work.
Nocturnal Introduction By Frosh
NEWCOMERS GATHER WITH FOND PARENTS
Whether we held the meeting after the upperclassmen had gone home Cto
studyj, intentionally or not, we do not .wish to recall. But, unsophisticated as we
were, we chose the gym as our place of revelry and capered about in games with
our fathers and mothers. Then came our first attempt at Public Speaking. l
Remarkable Talent Discoveredg Town Amazed
PROMISING YOUNG MAIDEN EXGELS IN DECLAIVIATION
Ruth Redman started us on our Prize Speaking career by winning, among the
girls, the Millet Cup for '25, A i
Mystery Prevails In Auditoriumg Gold Watch Display
MAGICIAN HOLDS OLD AND YOUNG IN SUSPENSE
Is Friday the 13th unlucky? Not for us. It was on that date in May '27 that
Bill Smith, the magician, gave an entertainment and the class with pleasure counted
about fifty more dollars in its treasury.
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