Bellows Free Academy - Alpha Omega Yearbook (St Albans, VT)

 - Class of 1934

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14 THE MERCURY . behind many who will always welcome, him with the cheeriest of smiles and strongest of hand clasps. Course: General. SAFFORD THORP Safford, or "Tubal" as he is sometimes called, is, first of all, a man of determination. Although he is not a stellar athlete or a gay bird with the ladies, we know that Safford will make a name for himself in years to come. We're all for you, Safiord. Course: General. Honors: Librarian 135. ROBERT TROMBLEY Smile and the whole world smiles with you. That is what Pickle says. Pickle-that fellow with that pretty hair and those eyes. Pickle is our man of the hour so the girls think. Course: Commercial. Honors: Band 11-2-3-45, Class Treasurer 115, Penmanship Certificate 115, Glee Club 11, 25, Bookkeeping Certificates 1I,x25, Type- Writing Certificate, Basketball 13, 45 Captain 145, Class President 12, 45, Secretary and Treasurer of Student Council 145, Senior Play 145- JOHN HENRY WHITE Our own dear "Bennie," To all people who know him, Ben is a prince of princes. With his sparkling humor and easy confidence Ben certainly goes places. Ben also plays hockey, tennis, and sings a mean tenor. When good fellows get together only praise and glory will be accorded to Ben by his class- mates. Keep up the good work, Bennie. Course: General. Honors: Glee Club 12-3-45, Assistant Mgr. of Baseball 135, Mgr. Baseball 145, Band 11-2-3-4-55, Tennis 15-65, Hockey 165, Junior Jamboree 165, Grinds Committee 165, Senior, Play 165.1 MYRTIS WHITE Miss White is that tall, dark, dignified maiden seen roaming around school. She's a great favorite among her friends. but who wouldn't like Myrtis? She always has a cheer- ful word and a smile for everyone. With a disposition like that, combined with her talent in mathematics, Myrtis will get places in a hurry. Course: General. Honors: Librarian i LEOTA WILDER "Lee" is a demure little blue-eyed blond, but friends find underneath her quietness, sparkling wit and humor. Can Leota write poetry? We'll say she can! She's fond of outdoor sports, especially riding. Ever wonder about her interest in California? Ask her sometime. Course: Commercial. Honors: Penmanship Certificate 115, Book- keeping Certificates 11-25, Typing Progress Card 13-45, 40-Word Pin Typing 145. MIRIAM WISE Flaxen hair and cheery smile, we're proud to have "Mimi" among us. She is a good student-We know by her report card. She plays the cello and sings, and we hear she plans to take up music. We wish her all the success in the world. , Course: Classical. ' Honors: High School Orchestra 11-2-3-45, All-State Orchestra 11-2-3-45, Glee Club 11-25, Exchange Editor of THE MERCURY 135, Class Secretary 135, French Editor of THE MERCURY 145, Class Poem 145.

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THE MERCURY 13 Honors: Penmanship Certificate 115, Book- keeping Certificate 125, Progress Card 145, Glee Club 11-25, Grinds Committee 145. KATHRYN ROONEY Pstl Oh yes, that's "Tatsiel'l Talking, dancing, having dates, and getting A's on her report card are her specialties. What's the secret, "Tatsie", do you eat Tasty Yeast or Pep? Whenever we talk with Kathryn we learn something-either intellectual or other- wise, Course: Classical. Honors: Glee Club 11-25, Grinds Com- mittee 145, Senior Play 145. NoRM.AN SHEPARD Norman always has a slightly lop-sided grin for his classmates which is rather con- tagious. Like the rest of us, Norman has his troubles, which happen to be shorthand and typing. But he is slowly and surely conquer- ing his bugbears. We hope he will always be able to conquer future ones as well. Course: Commercial. Honors: Football 1 5, Bookkeeping Certi- ficate 125, Typing Progress Card. KATHLEEN SMITH Who could ask for a more consistent tem- perament than Kathleen's? She's always just the same-conscientious, good-natured, lady- like Kathleen. For four years now we've been admiring her ability to write short stories. Kathleen is responsible for the flourishing literary department THE MERCURY has this year. Course: General. Honors: Literary Editor of THE MERCURY 145, Chairman Grinds Committee 145, Ivy Committee 145. MABEL START Popular, friendly, cheerful, helpful-that's Mabel. A good student, a good hostess, a good musician-that's Mabel, too. We know she will be successful, and those who Come in Contact with her in the future will be ex- tremely lucky, as we have been in the past. Course: Classical. Honors: Glee Club 115, Cheer Leader 13-45, Class Vice-President 12-45, Basket- ball 11-2-3-45, Captain of Basketball Team 145, Assistant Circulation Manager of MER- CURY 135, Circulation Manager 145, Vice- President of Student Council 145, Orchestra 12'3'45, All-State Orchestra 13-45, Librarian 145, Grinds Committee 145, Property Man- ager of Senior Play RUSSELL "Rus" SUNDERLAND and best athletes to One of the steadiest graduate from B. F. A. When everyone else still had that extra was all played out he ounce to bring B. F. A. out on top. May he always be as successful in life as he was in school. Course: General. Honors: Ivy Committee 145, Member of Student Council Board 145, Football 13-4-55, Baseball 13-4-55, Letter in Basketball 155, Captain of Baseball Team 155. ALAN "Spike" SWEENY "Apollo" has nothing on our young God of Sports! Spike, here's to you! You have been considerably discreet in your escapades so we have nothing on you. But may you play the game of life as straight and well as you have played the game with us. Course: General. Honors: Football 13-45, Basketball 13-45, Baseball 135, Editor of THE MERCURY 145, Sports Editor of THE MERCURY 135, Class Treasurer 12-45, Class President 135, Reporter for Rotary Club 145. AGNES SYLvEsTER Agnes is known by that sunny smile, that twinkle in her eyes, and that cheery "Hello" --in fact, everything which denotes a cheerful person. We believe if those marks in typing and stenography mean anything, that Agnes may look forward to a successful future. Course: Commercial. Honors: Penmanship Certificate 115, Book- keeping Certificate 125, 135, Typing Pin 145, Prize Speaking 135, Glee Club 115, Grinds Committee 145, Ivy Day Speaker 145, HAROLD "Bean" TAYLOR The promising young man from Milton takes up his much cherished sheepskin and departs from these sacred portals, but he leaves



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THE MERCURY 15 Iviiitinliebioilbjoutidoioiaiesioiclithioiioiabitniariq at Ebitotial Ralph Beauregard The death of Ralph Beauregard created a loss felt most deeply by the students and faculty of B. F. A. It is more than the ab- sence of a teacher we feel, it is a friend who is gone. He was the friend of every boy and girl in the school. Friendliness was his pre- dominant characteristic. We can never forget Mr. Beauregard's classes. His sympathetic aid encouraged many to greater efforts. His stories interrupted the monotony of class work and made it more agreeable. The nature of his teaching inspired effort. It was like letting down a pal to shirk an assignment in one of his subjects. At the year's end in some strange manner you knew the subject and could remember only enjoying his class. He punished us at times but he was always justified. A week later we would be joking with him over the incident. At noon there was always a group of students rounding him at the end of the upper hall. He was always ready to help a student both in and out of school. He was one of the best- liked teachers in the building. To many he was the most popular. SUI'- -The door is closed between us now, but Mr. Beauregard's spirit will never leave our memories. It is bound there forever by the bonds of a hundred little incidents, in the classroom and out, which can never be broken. U ill- 915 -If ik- The Northern League Every June for years past, Vermont's schol- astic baseball battle has taken place, fought ............3g-.-..--...-...--if 2 -r ' --.........-.l.......--l by the newspapers and cheered on by the ad- herents of a dozen championship-claiming nines. The big diamond question seemed to be "pennant, pennant, Who's got the pennant ?" Nobody knew but everybody said he did. In some years a team of unquestioned superiority appeared, but these years were few. Usually two or three widely separated schools, with equally good records, laid claim to the mythical bunting. The unfortunate part of the argu- ment was that the only way of settling it lay in involved play-offs, and that distance or the closing of school prevented these. It was an unfortunate situation and seldom was satis- factorily disposed of. In order that Vermont high school teams should no more experience the customary pen- nant predicament, the Northern Vermont Baseball League was formed last fall. Not that the best team in this league will neces- sarily be crowned champion of Vermont, but the question will be settled among the north- ern teams at leastg and a championship game, it seems, could then easily be arranged with the southern leader. The Northern Baseball League, springtime approximate of the Northern Vermont Basket- ball League, certainly fills a long felt need in state schoolboy athletics. Comprised of seven of the largest schools in the northern territory, the league should furnish an undis- puted champion of northern Vermont base- ball. A play-off with the southern champion would establish the winning team in unchal- lenged possession of the interscholastic base- ball title. By settling the championship question, the league will end the yearly never-settled newspaper squabbles and should aid in furthering the feeling of good-will between the schools, by terminating the post-

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