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I MIRIAM sU'rroN
At five o'clock on the third day of April we seniors assembled in the audi-
torium of the high school eagerly waiting to start on our long-anticipated trip
to the nation's capitol. Beside the busses, our parents stood surrounded by suit
cases and lunches, waiting for us to say good-bye. When we were at last
ready to leave, the hands of the clock pointed to 5:20. The first day of our
glorious trip had begun.
We arrived in Washington at 11:30. After lunch in Potomac Park we
visited the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, where the paper money and
stamps of the United States are printed, then we viewed the tropical beauty
of the Pan-American'Building, the center of the embassies of all the American
republics. Next we became fascinated by the mysteries of the universe and
the sound waves produced by our own voices at the National Academy of
Science. The United States Capitol, the last building on our afternoon tour,
proved of particular interest, for we were allowed to see Congress in session.
Were some of us, especially Miss Leitch, thrilled by a sight of Vice President
At night the Congressional Library and the Capitol Building were great
white palaces: the Lincoln Memorial was an indescribable tribute to a truly
The next day the magnificent Washington Cathedral under construction
on Mount St. Alban impressed us with its beauty and spacious chapels. The
Franciscan Monastery, with its gloomy Catacombs and Purgatory Chapel was
an unusual experience for all of us. We greatly enjoyed the beautiful draw-
ings displayed at the Freer and Corcoran Galleries of Art. From the top of the
Washington Monument, we had an extensive view of the city and could fol-
low for many miles the course of the Potomac River. Many of us took photo-
graphs from the barred windows.
After passing through Georgetown and Alexandria we arrived at Arling-
ton National Cemetery, a melancholy sight with its beautiful Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier and pillared Amphitheater. Mount Vernon with its spacious
lawns and lovely gardens reminded us of the Father of our Country and his
beloved wife. Before we left Washington, we visited several very interesting
buildings, the Old and New Museums, the Aircraft Building, the Smithsonian
Institute, and the stately White House with its formal reception rooms and
beautiful furnishings. On the way home we stopped at Annapolis and saw a
drill of the students. The trip will surely never be forgotten by any of us. Truly
its purpose has been fulfilled for the experience has led us to a new under-
standing of our responsibilities and has inspired us with a desire to become
better citizens in our great democracy.
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lf the World
Lucille Anderson Ashley Avenue
Commercial Course Brielle, N. I.
"She liked what'ere she looked on,
And her looks went everywhere."
Commuters Club l5 Study Club 2, 3, 45 Library Coun-
cil 25 Senior Play 45 Iunior Prom Decorating Com-
Malvin Newton Artley Eighteenth Avenue
Commercial Course No. 35 Hwy., Belmar, N. I.
"He takes music from the air."
Aviation Club l5 Student Council 25 Drives Club 35
Study Club 45 Cafeteria 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, Z, 3, 45
Concertmeister 2, 3, 4.
Iames Bennett Church Street
Scientific College Prep. Course Manasquan, N. I.
"One of these tall men."
Aviation Club l, 25 Student Court 35 Student Gov-
ernment 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4.
Robert White Bossett Village Barn
General Course Spring Lake Hgts., N. I.
"A good alibi now and then,
ls oft required by the wisest men."
Captain Varsity Football 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45
Co-Captain Baseball 45 Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 45
Pres. Hiking Club5 Pres. Photography 45 Basketball
Mgr. 2, 35 Pres. Home room l, 25 Hall Patrol 2, 45
Pres. Aviation Club 25 Athletic Council 35 Intramural
Boxing l, 25 Blue ci Gray Reporter 35 All Star Foot-
ball 45 Track 2, 45 Iournalism 3.
Allred Booth 253 Euclid Avenue
Scientific College Prep. Course Manasquan, N. I.
"Every man has his faults and honesty is his."
Treasurer of Hi-Y 3, 45 Drivers Club 45 Stage Mana-
ger Senior and lunior play5 Hi-Y 25 Hall Patrol 3, 45
Card party committee 45 Aviation Club 25 Older
Boys' conference 4.
is round, how can it come to an end?
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