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THE

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CENTENARY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE HACKETTSTOWN, N. J. VOL. XXVIII.

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ALMA MATER Tune

"Austria"

Hayclr

'l'Iid the silent hills surroundecl, Ripened by the flight of tinie, And r'vith honors still unbounded, In her strong and lusty prime,

AIma l\{ater proudly raises Halls and torver tall ancl strong, And her children sing her plaises, Sing them loucl ancl sing them long.

Ever shall hcr children love her, Forrning still a noble hand ; While the flag that n-aves above her, We shall bear to every land. Let us laud her colors glorious, Loyal to the Black and Blue. 'l,el us u ave hcr' fl;rg vit.tolious. Pledging each ore to be true. And rvhen age at last steals o'er Softiy like the sinking stur,

us,

\risions r'r'ill appear before us. Of the collrse that u'e have run. When oul lives har.e told their story Failing lips shall move to cry: " Alrrra Mater ! live thy glory I Alrna l'[:rter, C. C. T!"

Hr.nnv H. RuNvox, '0ir


TORLWORD In this ' ' llack' ' of 19ill rr e, the

gracluating

classes of the college and acackrm.,-, r-rlitec'l to producre a. recold of our school clays at C. t-1. I.

\\rc hope that the results cf oul efforts rvill not be unr'vorthl' of those rvho have gone befole us and tvill atvaken pleasnnt rnemories in thc friends rvho har.e beeir here rvith us.


Bpilirutiun Tcl

lliss

of

1931

Hoffmai.r rte tledicatc' this

in

"Hack"

appreeiation of her ind"ispensable

aid, which has contrihuted so much to making

this book a

success.


IfluwLtg ROBERT JOHNS TREVORROW, A.M., D.D., President .. ..... Bible College of the Pacific; Drelv and Union Theological Seminaries

I[RS. ROBERT J. TREVORROW,

Headmistress

Travel

Miss Llervellyn's School

ALBERT OVERTON HAMMOND,

A.l{.

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Greek

Wesleyan University

DL'|BOIS, A.M., Ph.D., Registrar . . Itrnglish Johns llopkins University; Columbia University; Nerv York Universit;.

IL GRAIfAI'I

CLIFFORD P. NIONAHON, A.R.,

Registrar

.

... llnglish

Bates College

GERALDINE SHIELDS,

L.dsL.

.. . . French

University of Lausanne DORIS STEARNTS, A.}'I. Carleton College; Bryn lfarvr

Iratin Colle64e

MARGARET S. CUIIMINGS. A.B. . Radcliffe College

n'rench

FRANK A. LAI'IOTTE, l[.S., M.A. . .. German, Spanish The Gymnasium, Vienita, Austria; Univ. of Chieago; Univ. of Wiseonsin ELITANOR

A. CARPENTER. A.l{. .

Mathematics

Syracuse lJniversity

GRACE LEE, A.M.,

M.R.E.

.

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Education, Bible

Bethany College ; Boston llniversity JOSDPH S. ROUCEK, A.nI., Ph.D. . Social Science tlniversity of Prague; Occidental College ; New York University


MILDRED ADAMS, A.l'I., Ph.D

I'hysical

Science

Smith College; Columbia Unir,ersity

ELEANORE BRADFORD IIONAHON,

A.l,I.

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History

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Science

Bates College; Cornell Lrniversity

ROYAL f'.

POTTIIR,B.S.. Syracuse l-Iniversity

FI].]LENT C.

HOFI'MAN, A.l,I.

.. . .. English

Barnarcl College ; Colurnbia l.rniversity

ALIIXANDRIA SPENCE, A.B.

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Home Ecoirornics, Cookery

l,nir,clsit)' of Toronto AGNl,lS McCLELLAND. B.S. Clothing Hastirrgs C'ollege ; Unive;rsitl of Nebraska; Northn,ester.ri L-niversitv -ELI]I,}T (]LAIRE COLT(]H. A.B. I)r'amatic Arts \randerbilt llniversi.iy ; Arnerican Acatlerriy of I)r.arnatic Arts

FRr!i'i.,'.iS S. I'ELTEN Pratt Institute ; Colurni.ria Ihiiversit.v

..... Art

ADELAIIIN H. ROGERS ... . Clollegiate School, Lo'clon

l{RS. OLIVE H. HARING

Secretarial Stuclies

; Teachers Training Coilegc, Ironclon

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.

.. . Physical Training

Thc Savage Schooi for Phvsical Education LOLTISE A. ALBERTS . ..

.

....

ph1'sical Training

(lentral Schcol of Hygiene; New 1ork University

IIRS. R. F. POTTER, A.B.

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.

Hunter *Leave of abselse 1930-31.

Col.lege

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Study Hall and Librarian


SCHOOL OF 1\'IIISl(l FREDERIC ARTHTIR l'IETs, A.A.G.O., Director of Music . . . . Piano, organ Post-Gracluate Guihnant organ school; Pupil of Joseeffl and llzrrold Rauer CHARLOTTE HOWARD

Pupil of williarn

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Piano

Mason, conrad Ansor.ge, and FIaroId lJauer

... Piano, Voice, Chorus ELISE GARDNER Ilunter college; Pupil of l{atja von Niessotr Stone, ancl Joseph Regneas I,TRS. BOZENA

Nerv

Violin

ROllCllK ....

I'ork Institute of ltusical Art;

Natronal conservatory at Pragr-re

,07 . .. Public School Music HARRIET \r. AYERS, Institute Collegiate Mets; Centenary Frederic of Pupil

EXECUTIYE STAFF Robert Johns Trevorro\\:, A.M.,

Mrs. Robert J. Trevonow . ..

D.D.

' ' ' ' Presidenl' Head Mistress

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Head of North Hall

Howard. Mrs. L. E. carpenter . .. . Florence K. Black

' - . . . Secretary

Maxine lIenry, A.B., Iroruaine Fetriclge, '30

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Miss Charlotte

Matilda Stockel Jane C. MontgomerY llrs. Mildrecl Tunison Edrvard Irake .

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. llead of south Hall to the President Secretaries

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Accountant

' ' llatron Resident Nurse Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

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Top Rau: Jane Mason, Asst. Editor; Helen MacDowell, Editor-in-tlhief ; Elizabeth Fry, Asst. Editor; l[arguerite Bellows, Business Manager. Second Eoztr.'Louise English, Asst. Business Manager; Eleanor Winant, Art Editor; Ruth Bender, Asst. Art Editor; Florence Dixon, Joke Editor; Marie Royle, Asst. Joke Editor. Last Rou : Isabel Eggleston, Athletic Editor; Margaret Moore, Religious Editor; For the College: Winifred Lucas, Associate Editor; Doris Nunn, Editor-in-Chief ; Dorothy Skirrow, Associate Editor.

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TIITS BNAI,ITIF'IIL I'LAGSII'ONE WAIK IS THE GIFT OF THl' IIACK BOARDS Otr' 1925 AND 1926


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CALLILOGIAN SOCIETY A>> Founded at I'ennington Seminary, 1861 Removed C

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SORORES:

Ana Almajean Helen Andrerv

Dlizabeth Lacldey

Ethel Leh Grace Irindley 'Winifred.

tr{arguerite Bellows Dorothy Bennett l{argaret Bennett Hortense Bermes Louise Blessing

Irucas

Helen l-,uippold Madeleine Mooney

Althea Morton Phyllis Nash Julia Niland Janet Niven Doris Oschu'ald

Ethel Burnett n{arion Carpenter Winifred Clark Florence Dixon Marjorie Dunlap Virginia Dunn Elizabeth Dunster

Louise Pierce Meredith Post Nancy Prentice Louise Presbrey Ruth Ramsay Florence Sayrc Heien Schaub

Carolyn Ferres

Elizabeth Fry

Lois Geror.v Eleanor Gill Alice Gregg Dorothy Gregory

Ruth

Seitz

Frances Sinelair Frances Slater

Louise Hawkes Mary Hetherington Margaret Hildebrant Dorothy Hoffman

Harriet Transue Ruth Turner

tr'rances Weld Rosalie Westervelt

Itildred Homan Anita Jewell

l{artha Zther

Jean Kieirdl

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SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CALLILOGIAN SOCIETY SATLTRDAY EVENING, DI.]CI]}IB]IR THIRTEENTH Nineteen Hunclrecl and Thirtv

us'Eri:,,,Ill,*,ffifr

i*T*tT" Triumphal l,Ialch frorn Aicla Orgarr

First Piano

SecondPiano.

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PROGRAII Verdi Elizabeth Iraddey Ariita Jervell, Flanccs Sinclair

... .... \rrrginiaDunn,

l,Iadeleine lVIooney

Soprrocr,us "' EITE CTRA " Trr,rr,:: "Alread;. the sun begins to sink, and dark night, rvith its stars, is near."

: " This old Argos. From r'r,here thou art standing thou art looking on l{ycenre-and yonder is the House of Pelopidm-rife rvith death. "

Pr,eco

CHARACTERS Aged Attendant . Orestes, a prince of the House of Pelopidre .... P1-lades, his friend Electra, sister to Orestes Chrl'sothemis, her younger sister . C'lyternnestra, the Queen, their mother Aegisthus, the King

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Julia Niland

Florence Dixon Hortense Bermes

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Bellows

Mildred lloman I'Iary Hetherington .... Alice Giegg

CHORUS OF GREEK MAIDENS

Leaders

Winifred Clark, Jean Kiendl Dorothy Hoffntan, Elizabeth Iraddel-, Iladeleine Moone.v, Helen Iruippold, Elizabeth Fry, Frances Slater, Irouise Pierce, Marjorie Dunlap, Althea IIorton, Helen Schaub, Ruth Seitz, Anita Jeu,'ell, Martha Ztbe,-, Helen Andrel', Nlarion Carpenter, Meredith Post, Dorothy Gregorv, Flarriet Transue, tr'rances Siirclair, Caroiyn Ferres. Clirysothemis' Attendants ... Ethel Burnett, Doris Oschwald, Irouise Harvkes Clytemnestra's Attendants: . ..... Rosalie Westervelt, Florence Sayre, Irouise Presbrey

Furies Dancers . . . . Janet Niven, Lois Gerow, Graee Lindlel', Ana Almajean Aegithus' Attendants ..... Ethel lreh, Eleanor GilI Pages and Ushers Ruth Turner, Nancy Prentice, Frances Weld, Beth Dunster, Louise Blessing, Phyllis Nash H1'mn to the Gods-sung within the porch bv }Iiss Elise Gardner t7

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President

..... tr'lorence Dixon ... llarguerite Bello,,vs Ilary Hetherington ... Hortense Berrnes .. Virginia Dunn ... Dorothy Hoffnian .... A"liee Gregg

First \rice-President ..... Seeond \rice-President . .

Treas:urer Editor

(.lorresponding Sccletary.... Rccorcling Secretary

OPI]N MEI'TING OITFIC]ERS

President FirstVice-President SecondVice-President... Treasurer' Editor' Corresponding Secretary .... Recording Secretary

Helen Schaub

....llar;,Hetherington .....Irouisepierce

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Dorothv Hoffma,n

... ElizabethFry ... Ruth Seitz n{arjorie l)unlap

SECRET T]'RM OFFICERS President

tr'irst \rice-President Second Vice-President

Treasurer Editor

..... llortense Bermes ..... Janet Niven

...

Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary

Dorothy I{offman Elizabeth i"d;;t ..... Nancy prenticl

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Irouise Hawkes

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SOItORES

Esther ,\ti"veh Ruth Jlerirlei, Joan Ilennett lia ly-I'llizabeth Brotherton

llaljorie l'[cDonald lfarjorie nfcKeage l'fargaret I'Iiller Helen l{ortenson S.r'clne.v llo.,r'att

IrtllliSg BtOtt,tt

Elizabeth Chandler Esther Clark Elizabeth (lulbertson Laura Denniston ,tfilah DeRiso Lucia DeRiso

L'arol1-n l'I1 les

Jaire 0akle1' Rose Papp

L'herlr. Iterkins

trtlith

Runl.on

Acla Russr:11 Charlotte Salmon

Lucille Doremus Ruth Dosch Flolcncc Easley Edna ]lmes Louis* English Xlildred Finley Dorothv Grt-renrvay Llarollir Gliffith l'tildred Griffith Nlillicent Grimm

Svlvia Savd:rh Jane Serrersrtn

Ruth Shalrett Dorothl- Skirrorv Florence Smith 1,'irginia Stephenson Elizaheth Taber Ethel Terhune Lue.r. Tewksbury

Isabella Haskins nlabel Holrnberg Anna Ilolnies

Doris Traut'nan Nellie \ranVlaandererr Phyllis Weldin Lois \Vhiting n'fargaret Young

Ruth Hou,e Nlar,v Johnston Grace Mayham

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trIFTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF THt, DIOKOSOPHIAN SOCIETY SATI.IRDAY II\TENING, tr'I]BRLTARY TWENTY.EIGHTI{ Nineteen I-Iundred and Thirir'-One IISHERS Helen Schaull

Callilogian Peithosophian Diokosophian I)iokosophian

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J. Baptiste Calkin

Dorothy Greenu'ay

"l[Y LADY'S I)RI'SS" by Eou'-lnu Kxosl!.ucn (l'\S'l' Anne

IN ORI)ltR OIr Tllltlli AI'PEAIiANCtl

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Antje Annie

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... Elizabeth Chalrller

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Jonliheer Ian Yau cler Bonl I Jach Jactpelirr

" Jane Oalilev La Grisa "' Isabella Hasliins Nicolas " Esther Atil'eh Pere Sinron ""' Florence Srnith Rondicr "(lhrr]otte Salmon trfoeclc, Kaa,tje . . Nellie \ran frlaanderen trf;-nhecr Conielius ""' Jane oalilev x:Iis. I{oss "'.. Grace L[aYhatn Lizz .. . ' Nc'llie l'al Ylaantleren Sir Charles .... \rirginia Stepherson X{rs. Colrissor1 ..... Svclnel- l{owatt Larl1'Appleby ..... . ... Xlargaret Yourrg Ilonorable Pe,ter \{ithers ..... ... Lucia DeRiso lliss Sr.h.ja ...... Elizabeth Taber Miss liadeleile .... ... IIabel tlolmberg A Fitter Lois Whiting Rtttons Girls of \Vhitecira|el: Aila ll,ussell, Esther Clarli, Ruth l,iosch. JIelen l[ortenson. Carolyn (]rifiith, Ruth Bender, Millicent Grirnnr, Calolyrr }Iyles, Phyllis \\reldir. Manncquins: Sylvia sayilah, I.)orenc,e Smith. x ildretl Finlcy, Rose Papp, TIilah^DcRiso,

Lucy 1'ew{riburv, Louise Engli.sh, Mary Johnston, Mary Brotherton, Ruth Sharrett.

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DIOKOSOPHIAN SOCIETY TNNIYIIRSAIT\'

OFT IL]11RS

.... Irucille Dorernus ..... Irucia DeRiso ... AclaRussell

Presiclerrt

... Iriterar-1'Editor Socialllditr)r....... Vice-p1s-sident

....ClarolvnGrifflth

l{abel Holniberg ... RlithDosch -\'Iillicent Grimm

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Correspcnc'lingSecretalJ.... Recorcling SecretarlOPEN }IEETING OIT}'ICERS

Presideirt

Anna Holmes

... Literar.vEdiior Slcial Eclitor ........ Treasurei

..... Lucia DeRiso

Yice-Pre-*ideirt

....lJlizabeth

Clorresponcling Secretar,y Recorcling Secretary

.... ....

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Irouise Blol'n I'fabel Holmberg

Isabella Haskins Nellie Van \rlaanderen

SECRET T11R}[ OFFICI]RS

Plesiclc.nt Vice-Pr:csiclerrt Literar--vEditol Socialltrditor.... Treasurer

(lorresponding Secretar.v Recorcling Secretarl.'

llsther Lrlark Irucille Dolemus

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AdaRussell RuthBender l{abel Hohnberg

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PEITHOSOPHIAN SOCIETY OEN Founded 1880

Crilors-Gold. und llltrc

SORORI'S

AudreS Buchanan

Vei'na lree l{ather

I'Iargaret Ca,nrpbell

Caroline Matthies

Shirlel' I)e Yoe

n'Iargaret n'Icrkel

Isa,bel llggleston

Elizabeth l'fe.ver

IIelen Filor

Bethune l'IilLen

Iruano l'leclerick

l,Iargaret n'Ioorc

Dorotlil' GralBeatrice IIall Barbara Ha1-nes

Alice l'Iorgan Doris Nr.rnii Irois ltierson

Natalie Heirckrrshot

Eleanor

l,Iartina Tfoff Illizabeth Johnson Arleen Kauffrnann

n'farie

n'Iary

Anrrctte \\rert

Ro1-lc

Gla.cll-s Simsarian

Rernice Spies

Lal<e

I]leanor' \Vinant

Helen MacDor"'ell Jane l'Iasou

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\tirginia

L'allilogian l)iokosophiair

Dui:rn

Arrna Holmes

Peithosophitrn .... Peithosophian

llargar:et Campbell t'llizalieth Johnson PROGRAI]

Ilarch "Pomp and Circumstance Org:rn ..... Piano .

. ... Elgar Annette Wert Beririce Spies, Natalie Henclershot

THIJ RIIAII CAR A },Irsurnv Pr,.Ln-Fnor,t I Nultt ANcln By ll)clward E. Rosc The entile action of the plal'takes place in tne real c:rr of the Continental Irinritecl train, leaving Los Angeles at 4 P. I[. CAST

.....I{elenlfacl)ou,ell . . I'Iargzrlet I'Ioore

NolahO'Ncit Rr-rth Clarson TitusBrorvn.... Alden }Inruay Oliver Harrks Ellu'ood Llarson Sheridan Scott . KirkAllerr John Blake Roxl' . Luther Barnes Luke (lalson ....

Dorothl .

.

Eleanor'

..

Gra.v

Bernice Spies

-Wiitant

Elearror \\tinant Isabel Eggleston

....I3ethunel'Iillen . . Lois Pierson ..... Jane l{asorr

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President

Vice-President

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Helen MacDorvell Isabel Eggleston Natalie Hendershot Martina IIofT ... JaneMason Elizabeth Meyer

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Ediior Treasurer CorrespondingSecretar')'.... Recording Secretary

OPEN MEETING OT'F'ICERS

President \rice-president Editor Treasurer

Eleanor Winant

..... Barbara lIa;'nss I'Iargaret Moore

Corresponding Secretary

RccoldingSecretary

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llartina IIoff

Elizabeth Johnson

....IroisPierson

SECRET TERM OFFICERS

President

Vice-President

Editor Treasurer

Alice Morgan

..... Bernice Spies '... Marie RoYle Martina Hoff ... Mary Lake .... Jane Mason

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Corlesponding Secretary Reeording Secretar;'

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Secretary

Holmes

Martina Hoff

Treasurer

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Barbara Havnes

CHAIRNIEN OF COMT,IITTEES

Ploglam

[]ommittee

Social Clommittee Service Re1

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Florence Dixoir

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[]ommittee

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Dsther Clark Louise lt)nglish

lIarl- Hetherington

igior,rs ( lornrnittee

l{usic ('onrrnittee.

Natalie lleridershot

Poster Clolnmittee

llildrecl

Publicitl- L'omnrittee

ITornan

Hortense Rcrrnes

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RELIGIOUS NOTES AND C. C.

I. NOTES

Agaiir the 0. Ll. T. Guilcl has haci a successful;'ear, because of the splenclid coopclation of the s111flsnt body arrd the facultl'. In orcler to ma,ke the olcl gir'ls bctter acquaintetl u-ith the nerv eomels, the cabiiret plalnecl u fi'ankfurter roast, to r.hich cvet]'one I'as irrvitecl duriirg the second rveek of school. We trll had fun arotrnil the great fire clorvn in thc stone qlarr,r , plaf ing ganlcs, singiirg, or busyirtg ourselr'es rvith the main attraction of the evening-the foocl ! The rnembership drive r.vas conclucted r,ith the usual enthusiasm. l'fost of 1s happened to choose red ribbons; so the blues hacl to take the reds to the rnovies in the village. plactical rvork for This year rve haYc tried the expelinent of doing our 'We find that everl meetings. regulal of at inste:rd mometrts in odd charity 1rn"e iru* been accornplishecl b1' the nerv plan. One meeting a month has therefore proved sulficient for the eclucational pl.oglams, rhich \t'e haye tried to make especiatly rvorth lvhile. Early in the .Vear }Iiss Deerii)g came to speak upon the rvork of the Near East Colleges, She told hol' eager our foleign s:iiters are to obtain an education and also ga.r'e us an account of horv our riloney rvas being spttnt fol scholarships. This I,inter I'e tried to rnake our C--hristmas gift to the A. I. C. P. larger: than ever. To promote interest, cornpetition was encoulaged between the corridors. Tu,o Guild mcmbers gave a plaque to be awardecl to the group rvhich should accomplish most. So ever.y one set to rvork. Sorne knitted sn'eaters and seu,ecl dolls'clothes or babl'things; others spent their time filling stockings or. rnakiug scr.ap books for the chilclren's arnusentent, rvirile still others gave benefit salcs of sandu,iches, irr older to raise nlolre)' u,ith l'hich to buv nerv material. No one u'as idle, ancl the harclcr we lr,orketl thc lnoi'e fun r,e had! A l'eck before Llhristmas everything r.r,as read,v for exhibitior:t iir the parlors. Tu,o fr.iends of l,Irs. Trevorroxr carne to act as juclges. They founcl their task tliffir:ult. for.each table rvas loaded x'ith goorl things, but they finall--v clecided that Senior Hall and the F:rcultl'House hacl rvon. Therefore the placlue rvtls sent to the cngrar-els ancl returned to be hurrg at the heatl of the stairs on Lo\{â&#x201A;Źr' South llall. 'lhe dorrations lvere seirt to the A. I. il. P. for them to clisposc of as they sau, fit. Several lecks later, r,ith l rs. Sincllar', chailrnan of the Fresh Air (lorninittee of the A. I. Cl. P., as guide, eight girls r'r-ent to Nerv York to Yisit the cliffereirt divisions of th:rt organization. Thcl' brought hack rttost enthusiastie repolts to the next meeting of the (]uild. With Leut, North and Sor-rth Iilalls began the annual riiite llox competition. \\re ea r,netl our contributions chiefl.1 by selling oul selr,iees to each other'. Sigrrs to enticc custoniei's \rere postecl along the halls advertising tutoring, hairdressing, and other useful jobs. IJactri sidc Iaborecl diligentlv to brinE the rnajor part of our year''s rvork to a successful close. 34


at our Yespel Serr.iee this veal har,c been merr of emint,nce of varied fields of interest. Among those rvho haye brought us messages of a religious natule u'ere Dr. S. Palkes ilacl-ntr, Prcsitleirt of the Ferleral f]ouncil of Chui'ches of Clhrist in America; Bishop \irilson n- St.rrl.i,, Ilishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the itiocese'of Nelr,ark; ar.,i D". lldrvin Lenis, Pr,ofessor in l)rerv Theological Seminar;,. we have also beeri fortr-rnate in har,'ing }tr. Ales Broz, First secretary of the (-lzechoslovak .r:egation, ancl Dr,. Stephen p. fluggan, f)irector of the rnstitute of rnterna.tional EdtLcation, r'r-ho carne to speak'on'the present state

- The

speakers

ancl lepresentatives

of interirational r,elations. nr. \\r. carson R1'an, Jr., l)irector of

Eclucation iir the office of rndian Affairs, washington, D. (-1., described conditions arnong r".iiu"* on the Go'ern_ rnent Reservations ancl outlined the development of u ,i.rn, attitude in our tleatrnent of this people. speakers in the lielcl of education rvere Robert L. -- -- Among the promitreiit of the Association of America" uox;;;*;-n"..rnn,, H. Den5.|y'.secrctai'y bigh. Principal of the packer rnstitute, Brooklvn, N. Y; and Dr. w. B. Greenr,vay, President of Beaver College, jenkintoivn, pu. -'' :rlwa;'s looks forlvarcl particularJy to the intimate ancl informal -. Thg -scho-ol talks u'hich l)r. Tre'orrorv givcs from time to tinre. His frienclr.", ud;i"; .lrvays so practical ancl helpi'l that *,e r,vish he *n"rJ,rp.ur. more often. i;

DONATIONS MADE BY THE C. C. I. GUILD 1930

I. IT. rlr. I\r. \'r. VI.

- I93t

Thanksgiviirs rrreal for poor farniiy-g17.50. Clhristrnas package to Pine llorLirtain Settlenrent containing 1ti batli and 16 face cloths.

tor,vcls

r. c. p.; T large stockings; 1 box of secontl_ hand clothes;32 tlolls;,50 scrap books; zb s*,eaterri tr,rigttgu,"rr,; 28 jackets; 2 la'ettes; 20 Christmas stockings; 67 biankets. Christrnas gifts to the ernplor,-es, chilcllen. ch.istriras tl.nations to the A.

Gave check

to send tn,o cliilcllen to

Canip.

Miscellaneous Funds: Near: Ilast L'ollege lioreair I{ospitai

Tu'o Scholalships in L'hiira_ Two Scholalships irr Llzechoslovakia

Pine l{ountain Settlenient I,Iaine Seacoast llission

25.00 52.00 60.00 itO.00

25.00 25.00 $227.00

35


EVENTS I93O - T93I Sept. (l

2 oD

,, 26 ,, 27 Oct. ,r+ 3 rr rr

6

8

"10 "11 ,, 72 ,, 77 "19 ,, 26 "31 Nol.. ,r2

1

,,

7

(!

Q

,, 74 "16 "2L I)ec. rr

5 6 I

"13 ,,

1+

Faculty ancl Seniors arrived. The re^st of the student bocl.r' arrivccl. Big sisters \vere appointed. A song i'ecital b1 NIr. f,lustafson, l'{etropolitan Opela singer. Athletic Association Sturrt I'arty.

l'aculty Reeital.

Guilcl }lashrnallorv Roast for ns11' girls. Callilogian tea for nerv girls. l)iokosophian tea for r:rerv girls. Peithosophian tea 1ot 11g$' girls. Grrild IlrernLorshiir,llive. llr. Burion r,as \tesper spealier. Lccture by Dr. Oadrnan ott "PLesent Da.v (.londitions in Ii)uiropc." l)r'. Kell.v, Secretar"v of the Association of American Oolleges, rvls the Vesper speaker. Bishop Stearl;. of the -Neu'ark cliocese spokc irt Vespets' The Juniol class held their Tlallol'een partv. I'lerdge tnornitrg for the societies. Dr. Lervis of I'Iaclisorr, Ner- Jelse)-, rvas the Yespel nlh. Barras spoke on " Trends in Reading. "

speaker.

I'[r. tsroz. first secretilly of

[lzechoslovak Legation gavc a' lectr-rrc illustrated b.r slicles. Thc tl. Cl. L plal.ers gar-e thtee one-act-pla.vs. I)r. Ilr.an spoke at Yespcrs on " The Amelican Indiatr Todal'. " Itr.errch

('lub

('rrlr;11'p1.

Thc (ia11i1ogiair s:ocictl' gar,e thcir bencfit.

IiJrlt'

l.'{

o1l,ulI T);rrr,'o.

Dr. I)enhigh,

Presiclent

of I'acl<el'(lollegiate Inslitr.rtc, r-as the

spcaker at Yespers. The flallilogians presetrtccl "Ilk:ctra" as thr:ii' annivelsar.v pla-v. I)r'. 'I'rer,rlrlotr- slloke at the aunivers:tr'1, \'psf el' s,'rrice.

Jan. 9 Prcsirlent l\tm. fI. Levris, Plesiclent of Lafayettc Co1lcgc, gave the fir"st the series of the Breclienriilgc lecttrres. r' 16 Presitlent oflrc$,is gave the s;econtl l3reclieillidge lccturc. " 18 l)r. Joseph, of the Tlinitl--JIcclrllng llethoclist 1'lpiscopal (lhulch of 4.,

,, 25 I'eb. 5 '6 '10 '13

Jersev (.lit1', rvas the spcaliet' at Yc'sJlcrs. I{ack l3onrtl benefit.

Dr'.

The

, Pr"esicletrt of Bear,er College, l-a,s the Vesper slrealier. (,1. L 1l iar.ers ancl ]tiss IJ llen Lror-rch, drantatic instluctor',

Gleerrrva-1

[].

broadcasted or,er W 0 [1. Dr'. Ireu,is gtrr,e the last of the Bleclienridge lectures. The (lollege students l:rroadcastecl a dance proâ&#x201A;Źiram over

The I)iokosophians helcl their ]tetrefit. JO

W O R.


t4 The Sophornores held their Valentine party. 77 A recital was giveii b1' the Students of the Music Department. ta 27 The Blair ]lrom. t( 28 The Diokosophian society presented "l'I1. Lady's Dress." Mar. Trevorrorv spoke at the Anniver:sary \iesper.s. r' 131 I)r. The Freshman St-. Patrick's l)ay partv. ,, Feb.

74

,, ,,

20

22 2+ 27

,,

April ,,

1

17

"24 ,, 25 ,, 26 ,, 2g n{try 2 t

tr ((

8 Q

,, ,, ((

75 77

23 q

t'29

I

"30 "31 June

,, ,, ,, ,, ,,

Dr. Dugga', Director of the Institute of Intemational spoke at \respers.

,,

l"Iay

The Jnniol-Senior Ranquet. The 0. C. I. players presentecl sevelal one-act-play.s.

5 6 6

6 6 6 I

Education,

Recital-Annette Wert. Thc ltrench Olub play. Indoor l{eet. Senior Plom. Peithosophian Benefit. Serior Partr.. President B. T. Franklin-Vespei.s.

Recital-tr'lances Sinclai r. Peithosophian Anniversarv.

Vespers-Dl. Trevorrorv. The College girls entertain the student IIrs. Trevorror.v's l3aby Palty. Th e 'l'r'o1,

hr'

( 'o n to*1

\respers-l{rs.

boc1y.

.

0:rk1e1.

\Y.

('looke

(-IOMI,IENCE}IENT PROGRAM 3:30 p.m. l,Iar- tr'6te. Alumni Day. 7 :15 p.m. \tespels. E :00 p.rn. llxpression (loirtest. 8 :00 p.m. Last Society nteetings. 11 :00 a.rn. Annuai Church atteirdairct: at 'I'rinitv I,t. 7:15 p.m. \iespers. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.rn. 3 :00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7 :00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m.

7 8

7:15 p.m. 10 :15 a.m.

8 8

12 :30 p.nr.

2:00 p.rn.

Il.

[1hurch.

.Iunior College Cllass Da1. "Last Clhapel" exercise:r. Pr.eseirtatiorr of Athletic arvarcls. Senior Tlee Planting on Carnpus. Academy Class Da1- Exercises in Whitnel- Ilall. Class songs on fr:,ont steps. Inter-Cllass Musical Contest. IJaccalaureate Ser'ice in \\rhitney Hall. Atldress by

President Robert Johns Trevolr.ow. "Last \resper Service." Choral Service. (iornmencernent Exercises in Whitne-v Hall. Address by Dr. \\rrn. John Cooper, Clommissioner of Education of U. S. Plesentation of diplomas. Awarding of prizes.

Luncheon.

Annua.l Meeting

of the Board of .a

J/

Trustees.


LE CERCLE FRANCAIS I,IEN,IBR]JS

Prenier

DII BURI'AII I)euilanrc

Sem.eslre

Pr6sidente Vice-Prdsi"denle .... Alice Gregg Secr1tuire Hcleri I'IacDorvell Tr|soriira Ctri'olvu Griffith .....Ilrtissiire .. Anna, Holrnes Piattiste Nataiie Her.rilershot Virgiiria Dunn

Sem,estre

Carolyn Gri{fith

.... Alice Gregg ....IllizabethFrv Elizabeth Laddey Elizabeth Chandler Natalie I-Iendershot

Le C'ercle llrangais a comne but d'encoulager les 6ldves i parler la langue franctrise. (lette arrn6e nous avons atteint ce but, cilr, norl seLrletnent avons nous patl6 francais, nrais nous avoirs fait beaucoup cl 'aut,r'es choses irrt6ressantes. Il y z-rvait t1 'aLrord notre caf6-concclt qui fut tlds jol-erLx. Tor,rs lcs rnentbres t1c, l'6cole 1- orrt:rssist6 et quelqr-res 6ldvcs de la cliisse de franqais c1c premidre annire orrt cu. ltr Jrorrt6 <.1e nous aider :rvec lc ploglernme. Nor,rs les en lentelcions beauconp.

Lc 27 lrars lrous a\'orls pr'6sent6 I'e nldacle lmagi,rtaire de Molidlc. C'est urre conr6t.lie trds aniusante, <1ui fait rire tor-rt lc nronde. Nous esp6rons qllo cettc lepr6scntatioir a

fait autant

{[u iru\,ileIes rl,' l't'atr,'ais.

c1e

plaisir aLrx autrcs rnembres de

l'6co1e

}]icn entendu le caf6-concert et Ia com6die 6taieirt au benefice cle nottre pc.tite srrcul flangaise, No61le lgnzrce, ag6e maintenant de neuf ans. Dcpuis longstemps nous avons pens6 qu il nous rnantluait un clrapetru flanqtris. Cettc ar.rn6e le Cercle Frangais a eu Ie pla.isir cl'en offr'ir un a 1'6cole. Il est maintcnant i, la chapelle. Nous esp6rons que notre cercle continuera I'ann6e prochaine la bonne oeuvre c1e cette anrr6e et que nos slrccesseurs en jouiront tout autant qlle l1ous I'avons fait.

38

I I


THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Foundecl

in

1910

OI'FICERS

President .... Isahel Eggleston V'ice-President... IlartineHoff Treasurer .... Lucille Doremus Secrctartl ... , Helen nlacDorvell Bus'inessXlanager ... MargaretMoore Asst. Bu,siness MuncLoer ..... tr'lorence Smith

ATHLETIC RECORD FOR

T93O-T937

Class Clhampionship Basketball Cup . .

ain-\farplaret Moore Class Chanipionship Hockey Cup . C aptuin-Florence l)ixon Ca

Class

of

'31

Class

of

'31

.....Cllassof

'31

pt

IndoorlleetCup

Captain of Yarsity eu*L.ilroli f.uni . . . Captain of \rarsity Hockey Tearn .

..

.

Isabel Esgleston . . . Ilsther Clark

RI]SI]LTS OF INDOOR },IEET

\\'oniiyClassof '31 ... Seeond Place-Ciass of '32 ThirdPlace-Classof '33

.....353 ..... 337 .......317 ......872

FourthPlace-Classof '3,[ RESUI,TS OF CI,OGGING CONTEST

First

Place

Second Place

Class

Class Class

.

Third Place

40

of '31 of '32 of '33


HOCKEY OUTSIDE GAMES Played

Date

Nor'.

Nor'. 15 Nov. 22

C.C.L Score

V erstts

here here here

8

Bangor'

Ilillburir

0ytp. Score

0

5

D

4

r)

I)efaulted by Suffern

Suffern

BASKETBALL OUTSIDE GAMES Date

Jan.

Feb. l'eb.

Ploycd hele there therc hele

17 6

14

tr'eb. 28

C.C.I . Score

V ersus

Bishop Thorpe J'Ioravian Seminary Rishop Thoi'pe School

of Holv

Chilcl

\VINNE]tS oF " c.c'.r. S

eni ors

J

J{ariv Irake Isairel I!ggleston

l'lorence I)ixoir Margaret lloott: Ruth Reuc'ler Lucille I)ol'emus Esther ('larh Jane llascn

I.

^Sr:n

iors

Ugglestoir

JI. l'[oore E. ( lirllke F. I)ixon E. Wina.nt l'I. Lake J. I'Iason

uniors

Hclen

F

"

Ildna Enes

Rovle

ilor

F. Sniith D. Hoffmal

G.

,Iu.ttior Col,lerle Lois I'ierson

Dorothy Skirlol Belnice Spies Dorothy Grel4orv

llayham

IT. lfortenson

Y. Stephenson l{. Johnston lI. Young E. Rurnett

J. Renneti .U. l{er,kel

R. IJenclcl

fr. Dorenrus

lf.

50 49

\VINNI|RS OF NT]}IERALS J uniors Soph.omores n'resluttutt II. Benner Il. Atir,-eh L. \\rhiting Ir. English S. Sa1'dah l{. Finley N. Prentice E. Emes E. Runyon

l[.

15 22 21 15

:11

Soythomores

Louise English Florerice Snrith X{alie Ror.le

Opp. Score

38

IToff

41

() oll,eg

c,

D. fircgory )[. Holmberg

L.

Pierson

R. Spies

l{.

Grimrn

G. Sirnsarian


VARSITY I{OCI(EY TtrANI Engiish, Florence l)ixon, Florence Smith, Lur:ile Doremus, Dorothv Skirror.v, Bernice Spies, Doroti-ry Gregory, l-dna Fmes, Futh Bender, I'Iargarct [Ioore, i\'{ary Lal<e, Elizabeth Dunster, Rui h Dosch, Helen Filor, Janc n'Iason. Sittirig: Esther Clark (Captain).

Stu.tt.cling: Isabel Eggieston, Louise

VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling; Ruth Bender, Margaret Moore, Esther Clark, Florence Smith, Louise Engiish, Florence Dixon, Lois Pierson, lV{ary Lake. Sitting: Isabel Eggleston (Captain).

f I


SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM

Stu.rtding: Isabel Eggleston, Eleanor Winant, Heien MacDowell, Lucile Dotemus,

Esther Clark, Nlartina Hoff, Mary Lake. Kneeling: Margaret Nloore, Ruth Bender, Elizabeth Frv, Jane llason. Sittitlg: Irlorence Dixon (Captain).

SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM

Kn,eeling: Isabel Eggleston, Eleanor Winant, Esther Clark, Lucile Doremus, Florence Sittirtg

l

Dixon, Virginia Dunn.

: Ruth Bender, Jane Mason, Margaret l\{oore Martina Hoff.

(

Captain ) ,

Mary

Lake,


JI-NIOR COLLEGE FIOCI{EY TEAI{ StrLwling: I-ois Pierson, Anita Jewcll, Nellie Van !r:Landeren, Mabel Holmberg. Kn.eeLing: Gladys Simsarian, Doroti-ry Skirrow, Ber.nice Spies, Eiizabeth Dunster.

Sitting: Dorothy Gregcry (Captain), Mildred

Hcman.

JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALI, TEAI,IS

College Freshmen-Standi'ng: tr^lizabeth Dunster, Gladys Simsarian, Louise presbrey,

Arleen Kauffmann, Grace Lindley, Eleanor Gill (Captain), llary Broth-

erton, Luano Frederick, Florence Sayre, Louise Hawjies. l{illicent Grimm, Mabei tlolmberg, Althea Morton. Nellie Van Vlaanderen., Dorothy Gregory (Captain), Alice Gregg, Lois pierson, Bernice Spies, Rose Papp.

CoILege Seniors-Kneelin.g:


.TLINIOR HOCKEY TEAM

St.cotcli.ttg: Louise English, Florence Smith, Dorothy t{offman,

}'Iarie Royle, Elizabeth

Taber, Hortense Bermes, l'{zrrtha Zuber, tlelen Filor, Nancy Prentice. Kn.eelingl: Cherrv Perkins, Ruth Sharrett. Sittittg : Ruth Dosch ( C:rptain ) .

JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAIi

Stancling: Louise English, Marion Carpenter, Florence Smitb. Knee.littg: l{argaret Campbell, Dorothy Hoffmari. Squalting: X{arie Royle, Nancy Prentice. Sittiru.g: Hortense Bermes (Captain).

t


SOPHOMORE HOCKEY TEAM

Stunding: Nlildred Griffith, Virginia Stephenson, Helen Luippold, Phyllis Weldin, Margaret Young, Sydney Mowatt, Syivia Saydah. Kneelin.g: Grace Mayham, Hilah DeRiso. Sittin.g: Esther Ati)'eh, Edna Emes (Captain), Jean I{iendl.

SOPHOMORE BASKETBALI, TEA]\{ stonding: Mildred,Griffith, virginia stephenson, Phyilis welclin, Margaret young" Kn.eeling: Grace Mavham, Edna Emes, Sylvia Saydah. Sittin.g: Esther Atiyeh (Captain).


FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM Stctnding: Joan Bennett, Helen Mortenson, Edith Runvon, Mildred Finley. Kn,eel.ing: Ethel Burnett, Ruth Howe, N{ary Johnston, Ruth Turner. Sflti.ng: Lois Whitine (Captain).

FRtrSHMAN BASKETBALL TEAI'I Edith Rurryon, Nlildred Kt,peliytg: Ma.ry Johnston. Ethel Burnett.

Stcrnding : Joan Bennett, Helen Mortenson, Sittirt.g

:

Lois Whiting (Captain)"

tr'inley.


p (n

z F r

F

o


SrNlom f I


Class Colors Blue and White Class Flou.ter

Iris Class Motto OU

toxeiv, cil.l"' eivar, OFFiCERS President

Cr-anrsso l{anrrN,q.

Horr

Vice-President

Mancansr Err-pN

MooRE

Seeretary

Hnrru

Drr-r-q.

l{ac

Downr,r,

Treastu'er Fr,oRnNcn IIABEL DIxoN Serg

eant-at-Arms

I)ruan Er,rzaearu Fnv

50


IIARGIIIJRITE A. REI,I,O\YS

A>: I)trr.enport Nr:ck, New Rochelle, N. Y.

" Sltr

I{nteret'[ Septernlrer, 1g27. serucd u;ith glortl qncl uclnirei. s?tccess.

"

I. Guiid ( 1.2, J,4), Mav Fere tt. 2. 3,4),^('hristmas Parry tl.2r, Chrisimas play (3), Class Voiley Ball Team ( t), Class Hockev Tcam (1), Varsity Hockey Squad 14), Class Basketball Team (1,2,3), Indoor Meet (1. 2. 3). Captain Indoor Meet Team (2 r. Tcnnis. Tournarnent 12, 3) , Class Secreta rv { l. 3 , : Class Treasurer {2), Class Palt_y ( l: 2. B. +). Open_Meeling Censor t I r, Anniversar.v Second Vice-Presidenl (3 ). Anniversarv First ViceC. C.

(.4.),'.'Hack" Benefit ("9,.(3; 4),,,Hack', fresident '4), Hall (3, .4), Anniversary play Poard President (4). P-assionate

E-nergetic

P-atrician

B-old

E-steemed

RlITlI

N-imble N-aughty I -mpish E-nthusiastic

C],\ROI,INE BENDER

>EO 400 Cltiffle Roacl,

Ilal,thornc, N. J. Errtered Septenrber, 1926. " And if uwyeLic hurps ytluy heareti.y juzz0 Deuth., u,ltere is thtl stittyl ? I uelconto tlt.ee !' ' Girl Reserves (1), C. C. I. Guild (I, 2, 3, 4), IIay F6te (1, 2, 3,4), Class Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Ciass Hockey Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Hockey Squad (2, 3), Class Basketball Team

(7, 2,3,4), Captain Class Basketball Team _(2), Varsity Basketball Subjtitute (2, 3, 4),

Varsity Basketball Team (3, 4), Class Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Secret Term Social Editor "Hack" Board (3, 4), French Club (3), !3), French Cabarei. {3). Indoor .Neet { I, 2. 3, 4) ,

SwirTrming Meel ( l, 2, 3) , Musical Contesi !1, 2, 3,4), Christmas Parfy (I, 2, 3), tr'rench 4uy (3), Class Vice-President (2), Class

2), Captain Class Volley (2), Anniversary Term Chaplain

Volley_8a11 Team (1,

B:11 Team

(3).

51


COITNII],IA LOI,IIS].] BITO\\TN

:tro 629 Bt:lgror,e l)r'ive,

Ar'lington, N. J. Eirtered Septernber', 1929.

" Tlte

su;eetnass of o rl:oinun is as ntu,ch, in Iter silence as in lter u'ords." C. C. I. Guild (3,4), May F6te (3,4), Class Party (3, 4), Nlusical Contest (3, 4), French Club ( ), French Cabaret (4), "Hack" Bene-

fit

(4).

L-iberal

O-bserving

U-nsophisticated

L-aughable I-mpetuous B right B-oisterous

I-nteresting E-nthusiastic

ELIZABI.]TH D. (]HANDI,E]T

>EO 205 Ildgenront Drir,e,

Loch Albour, N. J.

Entelcd Septernber,

1930.

" The heart to conceiue, th.c u'rcle,rstrnrditt,cl to diret:t, or tlLe ha,ttd. to erecl(te.' ' C. C. I. Guild (4), May F6te (4), Class Party (4), French Club ( ), French Cabaret (4), French Play (4) , "Flack" Benefit (4), Anniversary PIay (4), French Club Sergeant-atArms (4).

52

t


EST}TIITI JONIIS CLARK

>EO '\<iliin's Poirrt, Lalie llopatcong, N. J. IJnteled September, 1925.

"

A

ch.ild

of

ou.r gro,nrlmothar INue."

C. C. I. Guild { l, 2,3,

4 ), May Fete ( I , 2, 3, 4) , Varsiiy llockey Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball Team (3, 4), Class Hockey Team (1, 2, ,J, 4), Class Basketbali Team (1, 2), President A. A. (3), Secret Term Treasurei (3), Open Meeting Vice-President (3), Secret Term President (4), Chairman Guild Service Committee (4), "Hack" Board (3), Class Pafty (2,3), Indoor Meet (1, 3), Volley Ball Team (1), Open Meeting Sergeant-at-Arms (1), Captain Varsity Hockey Team (3, 4), Captain Class Basketball Team (2), Christmas Party (1, 2), "}Jack" Benefit (3), Annivetsary Term I{ostess ( 1) , Musicai Contest (1, 2, 3, 4\.

E-ntertaining

S-portsmanlike

T-easing I

-ndependent E-quable

L

- oyal O-riginal

U-nderstanding

LLICII^ A. Dn RISO

>EO 1791 llast IJoulerrzrlcl, \Voodciiff, N. J. Errtelecl Sc.ptc.rrrber'. 1 926. " Pretty,

ruitltl uttrl u:ilcl and tlet

gentle

toott. C. C. I. Guiid (1, 2,3,4); May F6te (1,2, 3,4), Class Hoc]<ey Team (1,2), Class Basketball Team (1,2), Indoor l{eet (1, 2), Volley Ball Team (1). Chorus (1, 2, 3,4), Special Chorus (2, 3), Class President (1), Anniversary Terin Sergeant-at-Arms ( 1) , Open Meeting Chaplain (2), Secret Term Corresponding Secretary (3), Anniversary Term Asst. Editor (3), Christmas Partv (1,2,3), nlusical Contest (1, 2, 3, 4), "Hack" Board (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Anniversary Term Vice-President (4).

-<3

I I


FI,OR]JNUE ]IA}]EI, ]]IXON

A:> 2-16 Roseville AYenllc,

Ncu,arli, N. J. Irliiteled Septt'iulre'-, 1 1)27. " An ull, 'rouu.d utlt!,ete of u'orllt." C. C. I. Guild (1, 2,3, 4), May tr6te (1,2,3, 4), Class Party (1, 2, 3, 4), Chairman Guild Publicity Committee (4), Varsity Hockey Squad (2, 3, 4), Varsity Itrockey Team (3, 4), Class Hockey Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball Team Substitute ( 1) , Varsity Basketball Squad (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Basl<etball Team (7, 2, 3), Captain Class Hockey Team (3, 4) , Indoor Meet ( 1, 2, 3) , Asst. Business Nlanager A. A. ( 3 ) , French Club (4), French Ciub Cabaret (4), Class Sergeantat-Arms (2), Class Treasuret (4), "Hack" Board (3, 4), Secret Term Censor (2), Open Meeting Chaplain (2), Secret Term Second Vice-President (3), Anniversary Play (3, 4),

(4), Christmas Party (.I, 2), Substitute Volley Ball Team (1), "Hack" Benefit (4). French Play (4). Anniversary President

F-riendly

I-oyal

O-bstinate

L-aughing O-ptimistic U-nselfish

LLTI'I],]' T+EOFI'RI]Y

DO REITT,S

>tro Noe Avenue,

l

adison,

N.

J.

Ilirterecl Septc'ttiber, 1928. " Il-eel; itt tL;ecl; otd, f ront l1lorn till ttigh.t, '!Jott c(tn ht:ur hcr ltrerr| lu.ugh.ter." C. C. I. Guild (2,3,4), May FGte (2,3,4), Ciass Party (2,3, 4), Class Treasurer (3), Class Hockey Team (2,3,4), Ciass Basketball Teain (3), Treasuter A. A. (4), Open Meeting Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Open Meeting Chaplain (3), Secret Term Secretary (3), Secret Termi(Hack" Vice-President (4), Swimming Meet (3), Roard (4), Varsity Hockey Squad (4), French Club (4), Anniversary PIay (2, 4), French Cabaret (4), Varsity Basketball Squad (4), Anniversary Term President (4), Musical Cc,ntest (2, 3, 4\. 5+


\,'IITGINIA FITAN('I'S DIiNN

A:> 29 llagirolia Ar.cuue, lrarchtnont,

-NI.

l-.

Ilnterlecl Septernbcr., 1 929.

" J,el her rtu,tt. u;orl;. pt'(rise lr,er." C. C. I. Guild (3,4), May FOte (3,4), Class Partv (3,4), "Hack" Board (4), tr'rench Club (3, 4), French Club President ( ), French Play (3, 4), French Cabaret (3, 4), Chorus (3, 4), Special Chorus (3, 4), Musical Contest (3, 4), Anniversary March (3), Commencement Nlarch (3), Anniversary Term Editor (4), Anniversary Term Pianist (3), Essay Contest (i3), Class Basketball Team (3), Varsity Hockey Squad (4), Indoor Meet ( 3 ) , Swimming nleel (3 r, "Hack" Benefit 14 r .

T-houghtful I -ntelligent M-usical M-indful I -ndustrious E-loquent E-ngaging G-enerous

G-av I -mpartial E-nthusiastic I SA

FlllL DARIrl IrG(lLlrSTON OFJN 222

llain

Street,

IIatau'an. N. J.

llntcrctl Selrtenrber:', I928. " Iot tlutt 7 lote sltuli,es less, brtt I

l.oue

ft.ttt trtort:." C. C. I. Guild (2, 3, 4), Vice-President A. A. (3), President A. A. (4), May F6te (2, 3, 4), Class Partlr (2, 3, 4), Secret Term Censor (2),Open Nleeting Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Anniversary Editor (3), Anniversary Play (2, 3), Class Hockey Team (2), Class Basketball Team (2), Varsity Basketball Team (2, 3, 4), Varsity Hbckey Squad (3, 4), Swimming Meet (3), Indool Meet (2), "Hack" Board (4), Christmas Party (3), Musical Contest (2, 4), Essay Contest (2, 3), Tennis Tournament (2, 3, 4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Captain Varsity Basketball Team (4), French CIub (4).

((

t I


DINAIT I,]LTZABI]TH I'IT\

A:: 21{ Gleiru.oocl Ayeilue. East Olarrge, N. J. Eirteler.l Septcntbcr', 1 929. "

A

carelt(,1, nrulltcmaticiutr,

utttl o

cle(t'

tlt.inker." C. C. I. Guild (2,3,4), May tr6te (2,3,4), Class Party (2, 3, 4), Class Hockey Team (3, 4), Varsity Hockey Squad (4), Anniversary Play (3, 4), French Club (4), Class S-ergeant-at-Arms (4), Indoor Meet (3), "Hack" Board (4), Musical Contest (3, 4), Open Meeting Editor 14), "Hack" Benefit 14), French Club Secretary (4.) .

B-ig-hearted

E-nergetic T-houghtfui T-rustworthy Y-eomanly

C-lever A-nimated

R-easonable

O-ccupied

L-inguistic

['AROI,\-N SHELTON (;ItII'FITFI

>EO 5-1

\Vhittlesey

A\rL.rluc,

llast Orange, N. J. I,lirteled Septerrrber. i 928. "S/rl ls ttltt'tt!lx lJprrll,, x( t( n( ttnd l;irtrl." C. C. l. Guild t2.:t.4), May -Fete {2, 3, 4), Class Party (2, 3, 4), Open MeerinE Pianist (3), Secret Term Corresponding Secretnry (4), French Club (3,4), French Cabtrret (3, 4), French Play (3, 4)., "Hack" Board (4), Anniversary Term Social Secretary (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), tr'rench Club Presidant (4).

56


TSABEI,T,A RORB HASKINS

:Fto Blair

Aca clerriJ

,

Blaii:strxvn, N. J.

Entelerl Septermber, 1929. ''Oh, tell me less or tell n1.c ntorc!" (3,4), ntay tr6te (3,4), Class 9.C.I.Guild Party (3, 4), Indoor Meet (3), Musical Contest (3, 4), French Club (a), French Cabaret \4), French Play (4), Anniversary Term Chaplain (4).

I-nquisitive

Z--estful

Z-ealous

Y-outhful

N-oteworthy A-ccurate

T-ranquil

NITAl,Tll lIAItlll HI]NDERSFIOT oFl

N

1li6 Sparta At enue, Neu,ton, N. .I. llntet,erl Septernbcr., 1929. " Lil,:e sterling siltcr, rreQ1,s

or

t,r:rrl Luct.,

slte

1.(;(.t1.1."

l.Guild t3,-l). May Irete (3,4), Class !.C. Pariy (1. 4), Class Hockey Team (31, Iircnch Club ( 4l , French Cabaret

(

4

r,

C[2i11ns1

Guild Music Committee (4), Musical Contest (3, 4), Anniversary March (3, 4) , Secret Term Pianist (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Class Song (4), Anniversary Term Editor (4).

57


CLARISSE .\IAITT].\A IIOT'F

I]EN 256 Plrrircloile

Roa11.

Mtrnhasset, N. Y.

llntcrerl Scpteurbt'r', 1f)29.

"'f'rrte (t.nd tilL(1.(t', (t ]td l)r(t1)(: (.m(l .iust, That nrttt tnigh,t honot" und u:otnurL trust." I. Guild (3, 4), A{ay Irâ&#x201A;Źte (3, 4), Ctass Party (3, 4), Secret Term Censor (3), Society Treasurer (.4) , Captain Class Basketbali Team (3), Varsity Hockey Squad (4), Class Hockey Team (4), Vice-President A. A. (4), Guild Secretary (4), Indoor X{eet (3), Swimming Meet (3), Class President (4), Expression Contest (3), Varsity Basketball Squad (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Anniversary Play C. C.

(4).

M-agnetic

A-ctive

R -csourcefui

T-rue

Y-ielding

A-mbitious N-ervous

N

ANNA LORA HOLIIl,lS

:EA Holmtlel. N. J. Irlnterr:d Scptcnrbcr. 1927.

tltut u:ill not tru'n. her bucli ott f riettrl. or foe." C.C.I. Guild (1,2,3,4), NIay F6te (7,2,3,4), Class Party (7, 2, 3, 4), Christmas Party (1, 2), Musical Contest (1,2,3,4), Secret Term Hostess (2), Open N{eeting Chaplain (2) ,

"

One

Open lV{eeting Corresponding Secretary (3), Secret Term Vice-President (4), Guild Vice-

President (4), French Club (3, 4), French Cabaret (3, 4), French Plaa (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Open Nleeting President (4).

.58

ice


]'I,TZAB I'TI1

I{ITIIR\-N

.JO}INSON

OEN 8tr TTillsitlc Avcrrue. nletrrchen.

-\.

.J.

llrrlcrr:d St'ptcnrlrer', 1 f)28. ' '.S/r r: 's neitlt.er slt , .\'or is sIrc bok.l.: t.1

Sh e's j u.st tr. y1irl,

ls

good, as !J01d,."

I.

Guild (2,3,4), L{al' F6te (2,3,4), Party (2, 3, 4), Christmas Party (2), Secret Term Corresponding Secretary (3), Open Meeting Corresponding Secretary (4), French Club (2), French Cabaret (2), Class Ilockey Team (2, 4), Varsity Hockey Squad (4), Anniversary Play (2), "Ilack" Benefit C. C.

Class

(4).

B-elieving E-ager T ruthful T-houghtful Y-ielding

B-ounteous

E- arnest T-ruthful

T-easing Y-eomanly

('l,ARA Ll.t)Dlt\-

\:: Tiri Ridge Stlt'ct.

Neriark, N. J.

Illtelctl

Sclrtt'rrrbcr.

11)27.

" ,1 nit:e httttr:h. o.f .1ril.lil11 an'tl lri.ttttdl.i??cs,!." C.C. I.Guild (1,2,3,4), May tr6te (1,2,3,4), Class Palty (1,2, ?',4), Chorus (1,2,3,4), Special Chorus (I, 2, 3,4), Musical Contesi (1, 2, 3), Christmas Party (1, 2), Class Hockey Team (2), Secret Term Sergeant-atArms (1), Open Meeting Censor (2), Open Meeting Corresponding Secretary (3), French Club (a), French Club Cabaret (4), French Play (4), Anniversary Piay (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), French Club Treasurer (4).

59


]I,\]TY A. I,AKE OEN 601 Planc Street, I Iac]<et1.stou,n. N. J. lirrteled Scptenrbr:r., 1927.

"

9he goes u;h,et'e

duty

caLls."

May FOte (7,2,3,4), Ctass Party (1, 2,3, 4), Musical Contest (7, 2, 3, 4), Class Hockey Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Ciass Basketball Team 2) , Indoor Meet Team (2, 3) , Varsity \], Hockey Squad (4), Varsity Basketball squad (?, +), Open Meeting Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Chorus (4), Secret Term Corresponding Secretary (4).

nI-irthful A-lert

R-ighteous

Y-earning

D-etermined

O-biiging C-lever

1lItrT,ili\ I)ELTA ll.rc DO\Vlllllr @trN tr\.atcr Strec.t, l)uirdee. N. I.

-16

Errtcled Septcrn)rcr'.

1929.

" 1'o J;ttou: lt.er is lo l0te: het." C. C. I. Guild (3, 4), May FOte (3, 4), Class Party (3, 4), Secret Term Sergeant-at-Arms (3), Class Hockey Team Substitute (3, 4), Class Basketball Team (3), Class Secretary (4), "Hack" Editor (4), Open l{eeting Cl.raplain (4), French Club (4), Fr'ench Cabaret (4), French Play (4), l{usical Contest (3, 4), C. C. I. Orchestra (3), Secret Term Chaplain (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Anniversary Term President (4), Anniversary Piav (4).

6A


JAND ASH\\'{)ITTII }{AS01{

OEN 210 -Park Placc,

Irviirgtoir, N. J. l,lntci'cd Septerubci',

1f)29.

",,9/.e's u clarlitt''u:ce bit of u lcLssie." C. C. L Guild (3, 4), N{ay FGte (3, 4), Class Party (3, 4), Musical Contest (3, 4), Ciass Hockey Team (3, 4), Ciass Basketball Team

(3), Varsity Flockey Squad (4), "Hack" Board (4), Class Sergeant-at-Arms (3), Secret Term

Censor

(3), Open Meeting

Sergeant-at-Arms

(4), Varsity l{ockey Team (4), Secret Term Recording Secretary (4), Varsity Basketbail Squad (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Anniversary Play (a), Anniversary Term Corresponding Secretary (4).

J-oyful A-miable N-eat E-arnest

M-agnetic 1-nteresting G-enerous

C-racious

r\IARGART]

T II ],LII N OEN

I-

E l{.r-rtle Place. South llountain llstates.

Miilbuln, )I.

.I.

llnterccl Sclrtenrber, 1 92E. thut r($ euer f rrir, anrl. neL-er prlud,.; Hctrl tongue at u.:ill o ncl 'yet 'Lt'(rs ttcu(r l,oud." C. C. I. Guild (2,3,4), May tr6te (2,3,4), Musical Contest (2, 3, 4), Class Party (2, 3, 4), Clrristmas Play (2), French Cabaret (3), "Hack" Board (4), Guild President (4), Chorus (2,3, 4), Special Chorus (3), Class Secretary (2), Class Vice-President (3, 4), Anniversary Play (2, 3, 4), Business Manager A. A. (4), Class Basketball Team (2), Captain Class Basketball Team (2), Varsity Basketball Team (3), Varsity Hockev Squad (3, 4), Class Hockey Team (3, 4), Indoor Meet Team (2, 3), Secret Term Treasurer (3), Open Meeting Editor (4), Varsity Basketball Squad (4), "Hack" Benefit (a).

"

nquisitive

tr-xcitabie

N'IO O]TI.]

She

61


ALtr

(

,Ii r,I0RCl-\\ OEN

rl2 Bensorr Stlr:ct. I-]loonrfiekl. N.

.J.

llrrtclerl Sc:ptcrrrbci'. "

I

ollt.iu

C. C.

I.

11

is irn1tossiblc

tr.t

u

1

929.

u'ill,i.tt

t

lt ertt

t.' '

Guild (3, 4), May Fete (3, 4), Class

Party (3, 4), S'.rbstitute Class Hockey Team (3), Musical Contest (3, ,1), Secret Terin President (4), "Hack" Benefit (.1).

A-lluring L-ovely

O A K

pen-hearted

spiring indly

I-nexpiicabie

E-xact

FIESSIl'

..1,\N11 (}r\

Iil, ll\-

:E4) il

I I.last lr'riulth

Stlr:et.

('orning, N. Y. i,lrrtr'. crI Scptcnrlrt'r'. 11]2.).

" il-/rol I

tliinL: I rttlt't'." C. Cl. l. Guild (:3,4), nilay F6te (3,4), Class Party (3, 4), Chorus (3, 4), Class I{ockey Team (3), Class Basketball Team (3), Intloor ['ie et Team ( 3 ) , Tennis Tournament (3 ) , Anniversary Play (3,4), French Ciub (3, -l), French Play (3), nlusical Contesi (3, 4).

62


,\ I).\ I] IIATRI('i'

ITT,

SSELI,

:EO 91118

()ne Huncllerl altl Tn'cntieth Stleet. Richntoncl

Hill. N. Y.

Entclctl Septernber. " IIet' u:elJs erc

Lt:(n/s

of

1929.

l.tl.r:rt.strttlnr:ss"

(3,4), May FOte (:3,4), Class Partv (3, 4), Tennis Tournament (3), Musical Contest (3, 4), Chorus (3, 4), Expression Contest (3), Secret Term Editor (4), "Hack" Board (4), "Hack" Benefit (4), Anniversary Term Editor (4), Anniversary Play (4). C. C.

I.

GuilC

S-cci able

A-rtistic

L-ikeable

L-aughing

Y

ielding

S-ympathetic C-apable

H-ard-working A-ble ii-seful B-usy I-nvincible E-ndearing

HEI,E\

IJ

ALSI!1' S(]TfAI'I]

A>> Halrvarrl Stret:t. Yonl'ers, N. f-.

1S0

l'lrrtcletl Sclrterrrbcr. " IIotr'

ltrr f ltis

bt:trtrts!

s/rilr:s

C. Cl.

I.

^lo 1t'0rl(1."

Guild

Li

tr.

11)2E.

ll./.c: t:rtttrl.lc sclrr/s lt.r:r good r.lt:ctl. itL rr n.uuglrty

(2,3,4), ltay

FOte

(2,3,4),

Class Hockev Team (2, 3), Class lBasketball Substitute (3), Class President (3), Chairman Guild Service Committee (3), Musical Contest (2, 3, 4), Open Meeting Second Vice-President

(3), Secret Term Corresponding Secretary (3), Secret Term Sergeant-at-Arms (2), Christmas Plav (2), Anniversary Play (4), Open Meeting President (4), "Hack" Benefit (4).

OJ

I


RIITH Jf.ll llrlT SIJITZ

A>> 3010 Bainbridge Avenue,

Nerv York,

N. \..

Ilntereil l'ebnrary, 1927. " But th.ere's nt,ot'e ol me than thou untlet'stuttrl'st .' ' C. C. I. Guild (1, 2,3,4), May F6te (2,3,4), Musical Contest (1, 2, 3,4), Anniversary Play (3,4), Indoor Meet Team (1, 2), Class Party (3, 4), Open Meeting Corresponding Secretary (4), "Hack" Benefit (4).

S-ociable

E-ntertaining I-nvincible T-urbulent Z-ealous

I-ndulgent E-ager

E-ndeavoring

T-rue H-elpful

II]

TIIEL CAIIERON

TERIILTNI,

:EO 15 Orcharc] Iload, Chathanr,

N. J.

Enlereci Septeniber, 1929.

" There is ctn, uir

o,f clttiet co,pableness ablLtt

her.t t

C. C. I. Guild (3,4), May FOte (3,4), Class Party (3,4), Chorus (3, 4), French Club (4), Musical Contest (3, 4),- Substitute Class Hockey Team (4), Varsity Basketball Squad (4), Anniversary Play (4).

64


FR,\N(]I]S AI]I(.]E \\'EI,I)

A>> 63 Sairuis t\venue.

lluntirrgton, N. l-. Entcrccl S:pterriber, I930.

" Thitil;s tttlL(Jt-sat1 s litlle." C. C. I. Guild (a), Open Meeting Censor (4),

Musical Contest (4).

F-riendly R-eady

A-bstemious

N-eat

E-cstatic L-iked ]JLITANOR \IIRC+INIA \\TINAT\T

otrN 63 Euclid Avenne.

'

Ilaclieirsack, N. J. Eirtei'etl Febru:rrv, 1929.

" IIer J'r'iends tlLr:y oi.c nru,nll , I:Ier foes-at'e th.ert: uny?" 9, C. I.Guild (2,3,4), Mav F6.te (2,3,4), Class Party 12, 3. 4\. Class Hockey Team (3. 4). Varsity HockeS. Squad t4) , Class Basketball Team (3), I:door Meet (2, 3, 4), Open Meeting Recording Secretary (3), 'lHack" Benefit (3, 4), Musical Contest (2, 3, 4), French Club (4), Chorus (2, 3, 4), .SX-ecia] Chorus (3, 4), Swimming Meet (B), "Hack" Board ( 4 ), Open Meeting President (4). Varsity Basketball Squad {41 , Anniversary Play (4). 65


CLASS POEM Though rvith saddened hearts \\e sa)

goodb1,-e

To our school and comracles here, Orlr voices ring as \ve gaily sing

To C. C. I. so dear. You have sholvn us years of joy anil cheers That we'Il hold to our hearts in the coming years. You have given us friendships steady and tnleIn loyalty to the black and blue \\'e have learned in sports fair game and play, And rvith you, dear friend, r'e would like to stay. But Duty calls us to work that's neu,, And to those we love r.e must say adieu. So, dear C. C. I., we leave you at last To errter the futule, yet think of the past. ADA RIISSEI,II

65


In the ear11. da.ys of Ancient L,lreece, palents told their children m1-ths or stories of the gods and men and strange events. Beeause these tales u-ere amusing and interesting the.1' \\rere not folgotten, Jrut rvere repeated from one gener:rtion to another. Iir later')eaIS came poets, iike lIomei', r,vho related the cleeds of heloes on the battlelielcl aiid descr:ibec1 their adventules on the seas. Weircl and unbelievable these tales seem to us trow, but they shgw horv, even befole real history rvas \'vlitten, men u,ished neither to forget the past nor to be forgotten by those u,ho came after them The class of 1931 rvishes to be long remembered b"v its fliends at C. C. I. So it has provicled that its history shoutd be u,ntten down in the pages of the [{aclr:. This is the story of our good times, of our vrctories, and sometinres even of our defeats. The rnemories of the past four )eaIS ale happJ. ones to us, and rve hope that others r'vill be glad to recall then..

Four l.ears ago \lre enteled as Ilreshmen. Horv small and insignificant

felt

r'r'e

I llut we gr.ew more self-conficlent when lve had

become acqnainted rvith and had held our fir'st class meeting. We elected Lucia

of the other gills DeRiso our president, and her enthusiasm for all our class activities r'r'as a splenclid exanrple for the rest of us. C)Lrr party, rvhich came trrr St. Patrick's Da1', u'e tlic'd to rnake original. We even hacl a rive-piece orchestra to adcl to its success.

some

Orc ;'ear passecl, and lve becarne coch.v Sophomol'es. Iira.bel Ilorman was our next plesiclent. Ilaviirg heatd from the ciass of 'li0 horv much fun they had on thr: shoot-tlie-shoots at lJertrand's Island, lve tcok the Seniols there and fountl that u,hat our predecessors had said .,r-as perfectly true. At onr \'ralerrtint: part,v tl,o peppy Russians, three clemure little Chjnese girls, ancl tr"'o clarli Spanish beauties entertainecl us.

JulriolsI This l-as the yeai'of our sophistication, or so r,lc thought. flapablc Helen Schaub becanre our thilcl presiclent. \\re cntertained oru' friencls at a 63

r I


partl- in an art studio. l{anv of the mclst promrrrcnt pictures lve portr,a).ed for their benefit. \Vhat air excitiiig time u'c had during the banncr. hurrt I We certa,inll- clid keep the Serriois guessing foi' a rvhile. lfter all the spirit of rivah,y was t,rrcled rve took the Senicu's to the banquet. f)n a tri;,-sterious iright in spring the Seniols painte d thcir. irurnerals on the barn, and we were r.el.v much splattered

l'ith

white paint.

Then carne orr' last year at dear C. c. r. rvrth Nrartina Hoff as our presi_ delrt, and liclrv clignified u'e sudclenly became ! But u-e had fun iir spite of that. \vc n'ill not soon forget tho:re sociable Saturclay night suppers with Dr. and IIrs. Trevorrorv, the \\'ednesda,l- afterrroon tea ancl I'affles rvjth Mrs. Oarpenter., that sumptuous banquet given us b-v the Juniors, the ha},ride by the Sophomores, and norv-our lclng hoped for g.raduation approaches.

As the History of the class of '31 dr,aws to a close, .rve rvant to u,ish oru at (l cl T. all the happiness fol the futr,.r:e that lve haye enjoyecl in the past four I'ears. friencls

ELIZABETH I]ADDE\-

(9

f


CLASS SONG Here's to tiur Seniols true And to old Black and Blue. Hearty voices all united Pledge devotion tlue.

Irouder still and louder Swell the song and cr1 Of our Alma llater, Deal old C. C. I.

Four long .vears rve've strirren To attain this goal. To t hee our prai*e is given Loud praises for otu schooi. I{ere's to the Class of

'31,

And a cheer for C. C. i.

70


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E

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rel

to :a Rll

l?J I

reIIA

reJI reJ rej).Yl ra-

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SENIOR MIRROR By

Best School Spirit Best Sport

.

Elizabeth Fry Elizabeth Chandler

Prettiest Marguerite Bellows Best Personality .. Martina Hoff Helen MacDowell Cleverest

Ada Russell

Best Read

Marguerite Bellows Elizabeth Fry

MostAttractive... Elizabeth Chandler

.... Helen Schaub Best Dressed ..... Carolyn Griffith Most Impulsive ... Ruth Seitz Best Dancer ...... Margaret Moore Most Versatile .... Eleanor Winant Most Inquisitive . , Louise Brown Most Sarcastic ... Ruth Seitz Most Dignified

Biggest Drag with

Faculty

Cutest Quietest

Most Artistic

Marguerite Bellows

Jane Mason

.....

Natalie Hendershot

Eleanor Win4nt Peppiest Isabel Eggleston Wittiest Isabel Eggleston Most Broadminded Helen Schaub

Most Original .... Marguerite Beilows Most Fickle ...... Lucia DeRiso Most Sensible ..... Anna Holmes Most Capable ..... Esther Clark Most Musical ..... Natalie Hendershot Biggest Tease .... Esther Clark Brightest

Helen MacDowell Isabel Eggleston

Most Daring ..... Most Dramatic ... Marguerite Bellows Most Talkative

By

Class

...... Helen MacDowell Most Popular . .. .. Isabei Eggleston MostAthletic..... Isabel Eggleston Most Studious .... Heien MacDowell Most Conceited ... Jane Mason Ideal Senior

.... Ruth Seitz

Underclass

Helen MacDowell Isabel Eggleston Isabel Eggleston Helen MacDoweII Jane Mason

Elizabeth Fry Isabel Eggleston Helen MacDowell Isabel Eggleston Eleanor Winant Isabel Eggleston Marguerite Bellows

By Faculty Helen Isabel Isabel Helen

MacDowell Eggleston Eggleston MacDowell Marguerite Bellows Margaret Moore

Lucia DeRiso Marguerite Bellows Helen MacDowell

lVlarguerite Bellows

Eleanor Winant

Elizabeth Fry Helen Schaub

Virginia Dunn

Lucile Doremus Isabel Eggleston

Isabel Eggleston Eleanor Winant

Margaret Moore Margaret Moore Florence Dixon Louise Brown

Ruth Seitz

Eleanor Winant

Marguerite Eellows

Ada Russell

Isabella Haskins

Ruth Seitz Esther Clark Elizabeth Fry

Isabel Eggleston

,Iane Mason

Jane Mason

Eleanor Winant Isabel Eggleston Isabel Eggleston Helen Schaub Isabel Eggleston

Eleanor Winant Isabel Eggleston Isabel Eggleston Elizabeth Chandler Isabel Eggleston

Natalie Hendershot

Jane Mason Esther Clark

Helen Schaub Helen MacDowell

Natalie Hendershot

Natalie Hendershot

Ruth Bender

Helen Schaub Helen MacDowell

Natalie Hendershot

Esther Clark

Isabel Eggleston

Helen MacDowell Lucia DeRiso

Helen MacDowell

Anna Holmes

Marguerite Bellows

Ruth

71

Seitz

Lucile Doremus Marguerite Bellows Ruth Seitz


After ploughiirg through Aircicirt Histor.v for iu,o,vears, I folrnd m1 self rvell enough trccluaintecl rvith it to snatch arr occ:rsional snooze during familiai: passages. I carne across one of these u'hile r-c rvele stutl.viug the [lleeks ancl thcir customs. As you knorv, Grceli hisiolr. is nothiirg to be trifled rvith, but u.e had becrt revieu,ing those eas)- palagraphs about orairles, in rvhose prophecies the ancieirt people usecl to ha.r'r: such irnplicit faith. \Vell-T <.lropped off. and the queel olcl Grt:ch foltunc telicrs made rne clream evell (lile3r'er thirrgs about onr own class's future.

I seerned to be l'aiiderirrg through the rnain hall of C. C. I. r'ith Tirnrny I)unn, oul feet reiracing the faniiliar path to Mr:r. 'lrevorrou"s office. Together \\-e $-alked through the open door. I'Iuch to ou-r surprise the sttrtely ladi,- at the clesk rvas rrot lllrs. Trevoirolrr at all, bu.t Helen MacDorveil. After errthusiastic gleetiirgs Ancl a short chat. she introcluce<l us to her secretaries, Esthel Clark irnd l artina Hoff, and offerecl to lend Lls our folrner class plesident as a guirle. "You:1'e," she said, "you r.ill find a good ntan]'changes." So off tve started, ancl ever'"vwhere rr'e sari, farniliar faces in ver.v unexltectecl places. Ilir'st le rvent to the Ilook Store, not to buy pencils, as useil to be our: custoin. bnt to see Ethel 'I'erhnne rvho, Ilartina had told us, r.r'as taking X{iss Stockcl's place. Thcre shc \{as, reproviirg a r.oung gii.l for neglecting to claim het "Ann." pictures. As the poor child turnetl to us, I rroukl see at tr qlance that she u.as thc daugliter of Anna. Holmes. l'lartina remaiked that Anna l-ould l)robabhr conre up to school tha,t day rvith the weekll,. supplv of su'ects for. her chikl. Ethel scemed to be too busl,- to talk rvith us just then, arrd, as I felt a sneeze comirg oll, \ve decided to run to the hopp-r lor one of Tun-r.'s famorrs "lace handkelchjefs". But it rvas Alice Morgan l'ho rr'ot'e the ri'hite unifolnr ! "Alice!" I screamed. "Sh," she warned, "I'l) speak tcl;,-ou later. I)r.. Izz.l Haskins is attenclirrg one of niy grippe patients no\\'. " Just then a child of about foulteetr darted out of the kitchen ."r'ith :r half-eaten doughirut in her hancl. We recognized her as Irib Chandler's daughter,, full of her rnother's pep, r,irn, ilrld vigor. We left Alice to tend to the young reprobate and began the steep desrcent flom the "hopp]"'. On the l,a.v clou'n rve stopped in the stud-r hall tlhere rve sa.lv Ruth Bender. sitting iir the librarran's chair. \Ve thought that perhaps s-o manv hours speirt in these surroundings long ago hacl fitted her to take charge, but she hastil.1' explained that this occupatiorr rvas onllr a sic'leline, for along with Flo I)ixon she was teaching g,vm. At that mornent a gasp, follou'cd llv a charactelistic laugh, flom one of the back seats, caused Benrry to rap sharplv on the desk airtl call to Jane oakle.,-'s daughter, "Dtlmerits, Bessie Jane

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Next tt'c, tlcsircci to visit our tiltl tr\ratcr'L:o. the Latirr loonr, I'hiclr l

e

approachecl b1- the stairs frorn l,Irs. Trevurlorv's ofiitrc. Carol Griffith u,as learling a chorus of "lticr, haec, hoc," etc. As it seerned a pit.1. to intermpt the class, u,e pecpecl iltto the French loom l'hele rvc hacl studied uith Miss Shielcls. Iir her place rye 1ro\\: found Lou Blol,,'ir, r,r'ho greetecl us l-ith a gay "Borr Jour!" tr'e:rrfr-rl of betral-iug oul ignorarrce of idioms, le retii'ecl hurriecll1..

A voice siirging s\veetll- in the chapel attlacred us there. n'Iiggie lfoore The r,ocal teacher, ' ' lllartinii r,vhispered ) ri as practicing for her Strnclay night solo. Natalie Hr:irdelshot, Miss Horvarcl's successor, \yas acc,,rllau)'ing her, and Bettv Laddev, in itnitntion of llr. l{ets, \vas stamping her feet aircl ('

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beating time.

Then lfartina suggestecl that le visit thc Jtrnglish loorn dollstairs. Ada Russeli, seated in Mr. -Monahon's chair, r'rtas unconscious of orrr alrival :rnc1 begarr to read sone poetr'-r.' to her ale:rt and interesrecl class. We stal'ecl to hear it too. After she had lecognized us, Ada told us, amicl l1ushes, that it was one

of her own compositions. The luncheon beil callecl r.rs to the dining room, rvher.e x,e found the famous rlietitians, Ituth Seitz and Ilelen Schaub, in charge. \Ve x,ere honored by ireing invitecl to thc faculty table. Ilggy, tl.re lJxpression teacher, rvelcomed us aird placecl us opposite Jane }fason, the teacher of costume and design. B. J., the Biblc teacher, :rrrd I arr. frake, Iliss Terhune's assistant, rvere seated rvith us, u,hile El, the budding altist arrcl instructor in stageclaft, hacl her orvn table next to ours. Jane, full of news as usual, told us that thc milk I rvas ch'inking rvas from the "Miiin.v-Lou Dair,1- Farrn" and that if rr'e had corne earlier rve rvoulcl have been trble tr-r see Lou Doremus rvhen she carne to take the order for rriilk and eggs. "And do you knolv," she rattled on, "that Betty Fr1. is },Iath., Chern., arrcl Ph1 sics teacher all in one?" After luncheon Estie earnc to iell us that rr,e u,ere rvantecl in the office. \\'e remernbered that as guests rve had nothing to fear. IIelen, l.ith matronl.v dignitl', asked us u,hether rr-e likecl the school ancl invited us to spend the eveniirg so that u,e might hcar the seconcl Ruth Draper, r'hose irame was Peg Bellor'vs. Just as \:lrc \vere about to accept this attlactive invitation something caused ]'[iss MacDotvell 's cxpressiorr to change in fact her lvhole appearance I'as altt'red. She x-as Helen no longer but l[rs. llonahon I ]'Iy clream faded into the steln realitv of the lilistory classroonr at the verJ- nioment rvhen it l'as tn.r'1urrr to re{,ile. YIRGINIA DUNN LL'CIA DE RISO

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SENIOR CHART Hou Distinguished, HobbU Marguerite Bellows "CaI" Play Week-ends Bluffing in Art Ruth Bender Jazz

Name

1. ,)

Brown

3. 4. 5.

Louise

b.

Lucia

7. 8.

Florence Dixon

o

History

Curiosity

Studying

Lucile Doremus

Virginia Dunn

A

good sport

Playing "vic."

Nice Clever

Score Keeper

Babies

Fickle

Sports

Waiting for Marty

Studying

Art

Elizabeth Chandler Posture Hockey Captain Esther Clark DeRiso

What Seniors Think, She Is Original

Downtown privileges

Making noise

That laugh

Museum

Athletic

Headstrong

Ask them!

Argumentative

10.

Isabel Eggleston

Underclassmen

Initiations

A

11.

Elizabeth Fry

"Math."

Tutoring

Necessary

Latin

Collecting I.O.U.'s

Capable

French Cabaret

Eating

Our mascot

12. Carolyn Griffith 13.

Isabella Haskins

clown

L4.

Natalie Hendershot Musicai Contest

15.

Martina Hoff

President

Anna Holmes

Church cuts

"Tootsie"

A good sport

Sieeping

"Tootsie"

Industrious

Annoying the Faculty

Lots of fun

Going to Newark

The belle of Bright

16.

17. Elizabeth Johnson 18.

Elizabeth Laddey

Showers

19.

Mary Lake

Her

Harmony

Sweet

Reading coilege

Temperamental

catalog

dates

20. Helen MtrcDowell

Honor Roll

"Hack" wotk

21. Jane Mason 22. Margaret Moore 23. Alice Morgan

Size

Her roommate!

Guild

Preparing food

A

Being helpful

A good comedian A crooner

for "Peith" White stockings

25. Ada Russell

WearinE Bennie's

26. Helen Schaub 27. Ruth Seitz

Presidencies Honorable mention

Making up lessons

28. Ethel Terhune

Her laugh

Sewing

29. tr'rances Weld 30. Eleanor Winant

Artistic ability

Washing clothes

Cleaning "Cal" HalI Writing letters

Art

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Independent

Dancing "His" Ietters

24. Jane Oakley

clothes

the town

Her friends

good sport

Capable

Good executive honor student Accomodating

A future Willing

Good company


SENIOR CHART (Continued) What Others Thinh; She Is 1. 2.

A A

oood leader dzncer

Be

Actress

Night club

3. Quiet

Doctor

5. Good sport

Secretary

4. Studious

hostess

A tap dancer

6. Good-natured

Holder of a sine-

7. Athletic 8. Good fun 9. "High-hat"

Gym. teacher Student? Language teacher

10. Lovable 11. A good 12.

"trot"

A little

French girl

cure position

Cause of Death Play practice Hockey Bails

Whut St. Peter WiII Sa'y "Don't argue with mel" "Don't bring any crushes with you." Latin "You're on probation." Making honor roll "Not so much noisel" "Cow" bell "Cheet up,-there will not be any work here." Lightning "Please don't look under our beds." "Blinds" "Ticket, please." "Minnie" Lafayette

week-ends

Basketball coach

"Pep"

Scientist

Stumbling

"Where's Dot?"

"We need poets." "Sorry, but this isn't Vassar."

Latin teacher

over "We have no windows to pillows at 6 a.m. close." Algebra II. "The Romans are at the 1eft."

13. Friendly 14. Gentle

Doctor

Bible teacher?

Blair blinds Talking

"You're not old enough.t' "We have only harps

15. Conscientious

Somebody's

Writing letters

"Is this aristocratic

hete."

enough ?"

secretary

16. We wish we knew 17. Very nice

Wilbur's wife "The woman

18. Quiet?

Organist

Quiet halls

19. Athletic

Gym. teacher

Heart failure

20. Attractive

Superintendent of a hospital Fashion expert Light opera singer Founder of an orphans'hbme

Extra curricula

25. Exclusive

Vocal teacher

History & French "Any extra white

26. Self-confident 27. Talkative

Dietitian

Doing good deeds Home slips

"Another angel?" "We don't have sound-

28. Studious

Sunday school

29. Quiet 30. Friendly

A rninister's wife Chorus girl?

Morning walk

"-We can't be improved." ".A.nother '31"

2I.

Cute

22. Well dressed 23. Bored 24. Willing

I

I(hat She WiII

that washes"

llis

wife

Chemist teacher

Sewing class

"No knitting allowed."

Bible

"You'Il pass."

activities

"We need singers here,"

"Did you bring your clog-

" "Rill isn't here." "No dances here." shoes

?

This chart English class

"Do you expect to get in?"

Verna Lee

"Please put your hair up." "Only two colots wotn

School work

here.tt

Books

Breakfast at 7:30

dresses ?"

proof walls."

"How'd you get here?"


STUDENT LIFE OF LONG AGO Iccoldiirg to thc tales of out'glanclparents, 1'oung people of half a ceirttu'y ago \\ere rnuch tttore clignified thait thriser of to-dar'.'lo tc.st thcrir clainrs I deciclcd to fitttl out jlist hol' (1. C. I. stuclents tLctecl *'treir our school opcnerl fiftl-lrve yeals ago. Since the onh- peoplc to knorr riere the e:trll' giaduate; thcrnselvt's, 1 n-rote to tri,entl' of them. The ansri'els I receivecl rnarlc me sit up arrcl

take notice. llrlfortunal'el1- there is not t'nough sptrce to pritt thern entiie; so r rrnrst be contcnt rl,ith reproducirrg choice bits fiorn here aritl thcre. l'rorn the lettcrs of t\lrs. Thonras llolr'ell, of Flackettstonn, ancl l'[r.s. L1 man Bragg, of Epping, Nerv Irampsl'ri'e, I lea..ned sonc facts abo't the fouiding of "l)iok." b"v the cltrss of '76. (lire nrembel lr'rote to her college bo.v fliend telling him about thc rrerv societ-r'. I'Iuch to hel disgust he rc'plied that, silce so )'oung a society could rrot undelstrurd Greek, he rvould translate its narrie as follorvs: "Die o. K. o. S.lphie--A.nn". RLrt she clic] not take his advice. Latel anirir,ersaries have been quite d.iffclcrit frlm ihe iirst one. At the plal'they qa,r,e the studcnts u-cre allorietl to rent no elaborate stage settings, bdt tney irracle the stage attractive with .,vhat thel- could ttst , placing a bust of Apollo at the right and a b:l,nner at thc back. The sarnc class plantecl the purple Jteech tlee u'hich has grou'n to be one of thc prides cif otu camplrs. As trvo of rny ner.vsiest iirforrnants are ministers I feel that lve may surcl) take theirrvord for all the pranks they describe. Rer'. John Small, of Normai, rllinois, certtrinly cu1; some r,vild capers rluling his sehool days. He took part irr the fir'st unscheduled entertainrnent. a "hazing" part}.. Some of the,,see.oncl year" mpn led about ser.en of the "lilst.vear" mel to the old can:ll ancl draggecl theni through its icy tvaters frorn bank to banii.'lhis r,r'trs unsaintlr enough, irut even rrore u,icl<ed was the Freshn:ierr's form of retaliation. The u,hole class attackecl their persecutors ancl did to thern as they had been done by. Outlandish tr"icks lvere plar.ed in the dining-room. One x,ent uipunished; artother u,as lightly dealt rvith. Hulst had beeir cirinking Small's milk. Small rvas just in the act of puttirrg sait in it (to get eve,n) r,r-hen he cliscoyerecl that llr. \\rhitneY was slyly r'vatching himllmagine his embarrassment! This same thought that the onl;r qualifications Srnith, the hcad of his table, had for ^Srnali holdirrg that position u-erc that he hacl an enornlous appetite and that he u,as studf ing for the ministrr''. His habit of sliding dorvn iir his chair and thlrsting his feet out anno,-ved Srnall, lr.ho colrspircil r,vith the other"s at the table anil found a cure. While his rriaies heiped to lift the tablt, he tippecl its bounties into Srnith's lap I All the bo1's rvere called into Dr. \\'hitnev,s office afterrvards. But, the Presltlent, r'ho leally unclcrlstood the situatioir, cnll- clecre..cl that Smith should sit at a ta,ble alone, l,'hile John should take the heacl of his. Perhaps rve har e sometirnes f elt that the sermons or pra)-ers rve have listened to have been iong. What rvould we ever c1o if u'e nia io listen to a forty-lit:e ntinu.te sei'mon and a tu:enty-eigh.t mimdc prayer? In the goocl olcl days the stuclents changetl to a chulch u,here the nii,ri.ste"s hacl beeir given an "emelgencv request to stucly brer.it-v". At one time a ferv oi thc returning students found that llackettstorvn had been carrght hv a blizzard. Ilvcn though the trips from the station to the school looked impossiblc, the hungry stuoents lr,ere willing to tr-v to rnake it. rt took 76

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then an hour to traverse the short clistance, plowirrg through the snor-, tied togc'thel b)' a rope like so rnanl' Alpine climbers. When at lasi they i:eached school, the students fourrd a l{arrn r.velcorne and plerrt;. to eat. Irife u'as no bed of i'oses then an-,. more than it is norv. On his way up Buck Hill one day, Small found a youngel boy lying orr the ground crl.ing bitterly. Though he u,as a victim of asthma, little Johnny IJurst's orre great ambjtjoii rvas to clirnb that hill, but alasl he coulcln't do it. Small patted the 1'ourrgstcr on his shoulder aircl lugged him to the top. After allou'iirg Hurst a ferv rriinutes cf bliss, Small carried hirn all the rvay down to school again Irfrnarl l{uchmore plives his vier,vs of school lir'e fi'om the lirst day. Of collrse, there r'r-trs the usual rouncl of cleaning, unpacking, aird sizing one anothel up. To adcl to the gerreral excitement the inside blind of a loorn on the thii'cl lloor somehot' car,rght {ire. The bo1's hastily formed a bucket brigade, r,vith oire of the larger fellou's filling the pails rvith both hot and cold rvater fronr the bathroom fauccts. One red-hailed, excitable youth, seeing this, rvas hearcl to cr1' out, " \-ou darned fool, turn off that hot rvater. It'll make the fire ali the hotter ! " Though Lyrnan ]'Iuchrnore tells of onl}. three escapades, he does not seem to have been a saint. He leceived foocl from his nother rvith rvhich to give secret feasts to the "favored feu-". Duling one such "feed" a young lady teachcr: lvall<ed in upon them. Of course they hacl errough presence of mind to offer her sorrre food, arrd eviclently she eirjoyed it, for he says, " I never !

hcartl anything about bloken rllles. " One itight Professor Whiting, coming suddenl;,- on the hall, surprised the boys in the midst of one of their not uncommon pillo'lv lights. Muchmore dicl not see hinr until he leturned from pursuing his last enemy. Professor Whiting, the victor of this occasion, lr'as doomed to be the victim of the next. One of the fellon's had the anno.-ving habit of l-alking into L.t'man's loorn tvithout knocking; so l'truchmttrc undeltook to cure him. I-Ic opened the transorn and filted it tvith rvater', fastcning it to the door in such a rvay that the lirst persorl to enter r,otrlcl rcceive a flee shorver bath. f.l'nfortunately that first persorr las Irrofcssor \Yhiting ! Fifil' -'-eals ago boarding school pupils \yere nc angels; per.haps fift.v years from nori, sorneoire r-ill l'oncler u.hether we \\:ere! lf so I hope that u'e r,r-ill serrd as cout'teous and s;'rnpathetic lcplies to inquiries as these I have received. ft nra1. be that cne of us ri'il1 be able to cornpose as cleverr a little poem as this onc that Ileverancl John Small appenCed to his lettc.r ici me:

Bettl' Fr1-, Miss ol Mrs. I tlon't knol ; not nr1- business. One ol t'othel it nnrst be; Either one looks g:ood to me. knol \\'here our' letters ought to go; So I let this missive flv To undeciclecl Bettl' I'r.r . Postrnastels must ahva;.s

ELIZARETII FR]-

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I CALL IT LOVE Are there nlany nrore sleepy nod-heads like me who holcl in such a high legarcl the drcam-provoking objects called bed pillou's? Probabll'. But are their pillol.s as sympathetic and lor.able as ntine ? Clan they endur.e saltli tear"s trickling tlorvn a fleckle stre\4rrr nose? or learn to consume the blush of last night's lipstick? Certain1J. not! During the long wintry nights we are constant companions, warm and content, till a shrill, cold, metallic gong echoing disturbingly dor,vn the long hail heralds the glay morn. Then I lind myself on the floor. There foliow a ferv noments of misery rvhile I dress hastill', meanu'hile casting lanrluishing glancers at m.v cozy bedfellori. The aroma of coffee reminds me of a x,hole rvolld outside my roon. There is a da1-'s rvork to follow rvith unlearnecl in'egular French verbs no sniall part of it. Ilolv nice it rvould be if mv pillor'v rvoulcl follolv me about in the fashion of l{ary's little snor'v rvhite lamb ! The pitv of it is that school teachers are not as understanding in these days. (You remember the ansrver Mary's teacher made to the eager children's question?) Sometimes "the green-e)red monster" of jealousy consumes me, and I envy my piilou'. AII it has to do is rest in tranquilitv under a bright counterpane, r.vhile I adjust myself to a hard x'ooden bench and trlr 1o quiet the thumping of my heart- rt simply knorvs nothing of all the little things that can bother a human being.

rn all probabilit;' if this cradle of sleep had eyes to scan its ou'n bi'ief biography, as I .rvrite it, it lvould heave a fluffy, soft sigh and snuggle back into a clean, rvhite life of goose feathers and pi)lotv shams. ADA RI]SSEI,I,

I know, spend all their life for fame. They lir.e; thev fight ; they toil; and try so hard To please tlze Greut who may give theni reu'ards. It seems to me that all do just the same. As monar:chs strong they rvish to hold the rein, To guide the lorv so they ma)r be the lords. Each one cloes seem to stretch and reach on totvards This gorrl a* irr u \\ al. or in a ganre. Norv r'vhy do men exert their strength for this ? When soon they die ancl all forget theii: life. Fol thosc l ho hlrc rrol famo l'e r1o rrot mi,s, Ancl those n'ho have in tirne rvill lose their height. Aird .vet rihat good is all this fame to clo? One tloes not see the fanre n'heir life is through. LOIIISE BIIO\VN I'fost men,

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ON THE INTERPHONE " Ting-a ling-a " rings the phoire ; Up jumps l{arty rvith a groan, 'I'ies her robc aird cornbs her hair, Runs next door in an arvful tear. In tones of joy she shouts, "Ilello!" Alasl It is lliss Royle's beau! Upstairs she rurrs and shouts the name, She never rvill be quite the same I Then dor'vn the stairs she comes once nore. That phone can be an arvful bore I Norv Mart"v is too old to weep So dor.vn she lies and falls asleep But_ __ "Ting-a ling-a" rings the phone; Up jumps Marty'with a groan, Ties her robe and combs her hair, Runs next door in an awful tear. In anxious tones she calls, ''Flello! A rnan to see me dorvn belorv ? " She dresses fast, pins up her hair And dorvn she rLrns, v'hen I tleclale ! "Ting-a Jing-a" rings the phone But I nu.qt answelr--left alone I

ADA

RLTSSEI,I,

NONSENSE RHYMES Nox' rvhy is the earth of sarvclust tlade ? Ancl rvhy do tivo antl trvo niake five ?

Just when ri-as lfoses l(eats alive? Aiid why does the sun at dar,vnlight fade ? Or r.vhy is ivor'1,- colored jatle? And rvhen iir June cloes I,Iay ar.rive Just rviiy do cats prefer a hive?

?

Ancl u'hy dorr't rve n'ant

zr

passing grade?

\IIRC+INIA DI]NN

little clitty wish I could ri'rite That rn1- teacher thought u,itty And m;' classrntates thought bright. JANE MASON One

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CONNECTION I-9-3-I Hello !-Helio ! Is that you, C. O. I. Grads. ? Ilon' are 1 ou all ? Gee ! It seems good to talk to you again even lly a long distance call. I called )'ou up to tell 1ou all the news of the Olass of '31. The lirst thing that happened rvas that Senioi: Hall was moved to nerv seat of honor. "a

Yes,

it

ll.as mol'ed to sunn;' South Hall.

Oh! It's realll- just as nice as North lTall, thcugh at first lve did rniss our turn on the tiraditiorral Seniol cots. Demerits ? Wh;- n e onl)' hacl a ver.v few on the hall because lve had studeut governrnent, and r"'e 6fs.vec1 it. No teacher proctoring for the (.llass of '31 ! A lTall President, chosen by IIrs. Trevorrol, rvas in charge of the student pi:octors, but hel ch-rties \vere very fel, as we knorv horv to take eare of ourseives.

What else is neu,? Let me see ! You knorv that school rvas large enough to rvarrant the trustecs'bu1-iirg us a little hciuse on Moore Street. The girls Iive over thele r'vith thr-: trvo gym teachers as "chaps". The ner'"' cottage is called the "Facult;' House", but dcn't ask nie rvhy.

\-eslI'll

say it's popultrr;eyery room is taken already for next But, girls, are ]ou ready for the biggest surprise of all? ivr

:Yi

*

year'.

ti

The Cla.ss of '31 helcl the first,Senior Prom in-,the

historl'of thc Tnstitrrtel

Yes, I'cs, u,ait a rninu-te, and I'li give 1-ou all the clata on the u'hole affair. April ser,cnteenth tr-as the farnous da1.. Thc historic spot u'as thc Louis XVI Suite oir the second floor of the St. Regis Hotel in Ner,v York. +,.

r,i.

Yi

+?,:

I'fusie ? Oh ! I es, r-;e had a \rincent Lopez Orchestra, and l'[r. Iropez came upstairs flom the Seaglacles and plal'ed the piano for us !

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The chapcrones? Thel- r'ei:e the best ever'-l\{rs. Trevorlou, arrcl our class ad"'isor. l{iss I]ou'aird, r,ere assistecl b1'trvo of the girls'mothers ancl fathers rvho actccl :rs patrons. And to top the night off, IIrs. Trer,olrorv let us go to our hornes. r-ith permission from our p:rr,ents, for the r.est of the u,eek-end. lt g'as a great tlancc and a landmark in C. C. I. liistor..-r. Oh, there is loads more f cottld tell 1'ou, but this r'lo\v; so I'11 hairg r,rp. Sornetirne u,hen I see -vou I'll tell a,nr. studcnt group evcr put in. Remernbei' '31

to

eyeryoire

I

Bve-br-e

is costiiig nie plentl. --vou of the best year

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A HISTORICAL COMEDY Tirne-l2:50 P. M. Pla,ce-Room

Cl.

Helen Schaub (Ju,st bef ore class begins) : Crowd atouncl, gals, I have a catchy question to ask. According to the marriage vorvs how rnany rvives can a man have ? (Pau,se-no answer.) Voice from circle : Hou, many ? Helen : Ifour better, four worse, four richer,

four poorer-Sh !-Here

comes l,Irs. Ifonny.

(Mrs. nlon"ahon's smiling fuce makes a fLashin,g pictu,re i,n' the iloorway. of boolts und pans cun be lteard u;hile the c.luss tries to stancl i,n unison. LIrs. Motr,cLho'n, takes her seat at the desh. For a' fleeting second the majority of the class can be seen on th"e floor trying to recouer the lost articles.) IIrs. llonahon (breathlessly) : Let's have a window open. (Jane Mason hoyts up to ai)ni.ply u,itlr the requ"est.) Voice from. bench: Jane, open that one in the back, it doesn't cause such a draft. Chorus : Yes, don't iet's catch cold. (Class now beg'itts seriou,s work.) Mrs. Ilonahon: Take in advance page 407 to the middle of 416-Now for a ferv rvords in revier'v. (To Betty Johnson) What was Washington famous for? Betty: For everything he did. (C/ass snickers. Mrs. Xlonahon tries to loolr stern.) IIrs. l{onahon: Ruth, what reception did the Americans give the British in Boston, March 5, 17709 Ruth: The Boston Masquerade. (Loucl erplosi,on of laughter.) Mrs. Monahon (coldly): Eggy, rvhat's your cluestion? Eggy, In 'lvhat state is Boston? (Laughter and ntore Laughter.) Betty Iraddey: In studying last night I couldn't understand horv those shin-plasters could relieve the country's financial embarrassment. Eggy' Yes, and those mints they seized, were they candy? (ContemptuotLs silence broken by giggles.) you tell us two rvays to preserve peace. Mrs. lfonahon: -Wal,Charlotte, suppose I don't knorv much about it, but I should think consoCharlotte : lation (conciliation) and meditatton (mediation,) r'vould be the two best ways. (The 7:45 gong sounds.) Mrs. Monahon's benediction: Excused. (Btudents f,le up to uiew their grades.) Chorus: Ugh, Ooooh ! (More lart'ghter') Th.e dropping

(Ereunt-weak-kneed,)

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THE CLASS WILL We, THE CLASS OF NINETEEN THIRTY-ONE, being of sound mind and disposing memory do hereby declare this to be our last Wiil and Testament. First: We hereby give and berlueath our love, luck and loyalty, along with sincere good rvishes, to Ll. C. I. fol its success thr'ough the ensuing 1-ears. Second: \\'e hereby give ancl bequeath to Dr. and l[rs. Robert Jones Tre\rorrow oul geriuine appreciation for their aid in laying the foundation of

our lives. Third: \Ve hereb;,- give and bequeath to l{iss Charlotte Howard our deepest admiration and our most sincere appreciation for ali she has done to help us. Forrrth: We hereby give and bequeath to l[rs. Mary W. Carpenter our sincere gratitude arid affection for her care this year. Fifth: We hereby give and bequeath to }Iiss Helen Hoffman and Miss l{atilda Stockel our hearty thanks for their help in making this "Flack" a success.

Sixth: We hereby give and bequeath to the class of Thirty-thlee our for their prosperity in the future. Seventh: \\'e her:eby givc and bequeatl'r to the members of the Junior Class our Senior Hall, with the hope that they uill upholcl its privileges ancl traditions. Eighth: We hereby give and bequeath to Nancy Plentice, Lucia DeRiso's best wishes

skepticism, so that next year she rvon't believe everything she is told. Ninth: We hereby give and bequeath to Elizabeth Meyer, Virginia Dunn's proficiency in English, so that in fourth English next year llr. Nlonahon rvill

have someone rvho can ask intelligent questions. Tenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Meredith Post, llargaret NIoore's frivolity, so that in the future she won't take her studies so seriously. Eleventh: We hereby give and bequeath to Helen Filor and Margaret Campbell, Elizabeth Laddey's and Calolyn Griffith's boisterousness, so that next year Senior HalI won't sleep overtime. Twelfth: We hereby give and bequea,th to }larion Carpenter, I{elen MacDorvell's persistency, so that she will have time to catch up on her studies. Thirteenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Ruth Sharrett, Elizabeth

Fry's inclination to work hard, instead of merell,- making it.

so that next year she

will

head the honor r,oll

Fourteenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Charlotte Salmon, Florence Dixon's presence of mind, so that she will be able to arrive in class on time. Fifteenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Beatrice Hall, Isabella Haskins'light-heartedness, so that Senior Hall rron't be mistaken for a Quaker meeting.

Sixteenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Elizabeth Taber, Ethel Terliune's reticenee, so that next time she suspects scmething ,she doesn't tell about it. Seventeenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Cherry Perkins, Helen Schaub's executive abilitv, so that she ma1'follorv in the footsteps of her father. Eighteenth: We hereby give and bequeath to Dorothy Hoffman, Irucile Dotemus'shadou., so that next year she rvon't become too lonely. Nineteenth: We herebv give and bequeath to Louise English, Natalie Hendershot's poetic disposition, so that next year the "Hack" can publish some of her rvorks. 83


Trventieth: \\re hereby give ancl bequeath to lladeleine Mooncv, Louise Brou'n's Latin grammer book, so that in thc future she non't have rluite so hard a time translating sonie of her letters. Tu'errty-fii:st: \Ye herebl. give and bequeath to Elizabeth Culbertsorr and Ilalgaret Miller', Acla Russell's ancl Ruth Berrder's example of perfect companionship, which thel- alrcady seem inclincd to folloiv. Trverrty-second: \\'e herr:by' give ancl bequcath to Ruth Dosch, Margaret Bellou's'disciplinalv po\vel:s, so that by the vigor of her persorrality she rnay keep next year's seniors urrder eontrol as u'ell as Pep has. 'l'rveirt}.-thild: Wc hereby give and bequeath to llarie liovle, a private telephone, so that the seiriols next 1-ear u'on't have to take so mueh time calling her out to ansu.er'. Trvent.v-foulth: We herebl- give and bequeath to Florence Srnith, Alice Illorgan's blue eves, so that her glances rvill beeorne lcss llirtatious and more lanquishing.

Trvent)t-fifth : \Me hereb.r. gir,e and bequeath to Hortc'nse Ilcnnes, Illeanor Winant's chamring blushes itr case she shoulcl outgror,v her orvn. Trverrty-sixth: We herebt' give and bequeath to Doroth;. [ireenu,'ay, Isabel Eggleston's height, so that in the future rve will know it is not a p)ayei: piano, but Dorothy, causing such bcautiful tones to corne forth. fn Testirnony'Wheleof lve have herenith subscribed our names to this, our last Will and Testament. at Hackettstorvir, this sixth day of June, A. D. 1931. THl,l SITNIOR (ILASS C-'entenar.v [.1o]legiate Institute, Hackettstorvn, Ner'v Jerse.y, Car,'l) n Criffitl.. 1 t.1.rk*. -Ada Ru'scll, J

Suhsclibed, sealecl, priblished, and declar,ed this sixth clay of June, oirc thousand nine hundled airt'l thirt.l'-e11s, as their last Will and Testament, in plesorce of us. r,r'ho trt their request ancl in the presence of each other, haye hereunto signcd oul nanles trs subscribing rritnesses. Witnesses:

Ilelen l{acDou'ell, l{arguerite Bellou,s, Residing at []entenarl. Collegiate lnstitute, Hackettstor,vn, N. J.

FAREWELL SONG Tutte : " S1ltttputlt'y Now the yeai''s close cllarrs nigh, We'l) say' goodi.r.ve to r-ou dear f rieirds.

We hopc tl'rat l'e'11 returtr. Though through the u.orld W'e'r'e rnakiirg our lvay. Each one u.ill be :l success, And happiness rvill follori. Nolv r.ve sing our faren'ell. We'll think of 1'ou.

" by Fri,ntl, We hope our paths rviil leacl Alwa;-s to dear olcl C. C. I. Friendships rve hold so dear Will ne'er be bloken, Though .vears pass bv Ere lve see .1-0Li again-See you again, dear comrades. Aird. we'll nreet .vou once 1n0re At C. C. I.

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OFtsICERS

Prcsiclent ..,... Yice-Plesiclent ...

Secletarl' Treasurer' Ser"g'e:urt-at-Arms

.llei:cdith I'ost

......Ruth .

....(--'herrr- Perliins I'IEI,'IRERS

Ilolteirse Bermes I'Iargaret l.'ampbell I'Ialion (--arpenter

Bethune I,Iillen

IJlizabeth [-'u]bertson

Cherrv Perliins Mererlith Post Nancy Prentice l'farie liol-le Charlotte Salmon Ruth Sharrett Florence ,Sniith Elizabeth Taber

Ruth Dosch IIelen Louise English Helen Filor Doroth.r' Greenu,a"v

Beatricc Hall I)oroth.y Tiloffnian Marjorie I'Icl)onnld Iliizabeth lfe1'er

I'Iargaret I'IiIlcr I'Iacleline Moone;'

llaltha

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0F Il.ICERS

Irresident Yice-President

Secretary Tleasurer

...

Sergeant-at-Arrns

.....Grace }layham Phyllis Welclin Hilah DeRiso ....Sydney Mor.vatt

. I{EI,IBERS

Esther Atiyeh

friiura Deniriston Hilah DeRiso Shirley De Voe Ecina Emes Doroth;.' Gray

]fildred Griffith Jean Kiendl

Helen Luippold

\ierna Lee Mather Grace }iayham S1'dney Mou.att Eleanor Raynor S-""lia Saydah

\rirginia

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Plesidcnt \.ice-I'resiclent

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Ethel Burriett .Trois \\rhitirrg

utlecletar:rTlcasulcr Sei'gcan'i-at-Amas

..Ruth Tur.ner .....l'Iargalet Jler,kel .....11ar1 .Iohnston

]III}TBI'RS Joan Ilennett l,l,fhel But'nett l{ildrecl l'inle1Ruth Hon'e I'Iar';' Johrrston

Margaret I'Icrkel Helen n'Iortcnson Eclith Rui'rr-on Ruth Turner Lois Whiting

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LIMERICKS A man frcm the West went to Boston And rode round in his new Austin. IIe r'vas crushed in the throng; So his life was not long;

Nor could they find what he was lost in ! There was a young fellorv named Ben, Who could count from one up to ten. He could add ancl divide; He could foreteil the tide; But was terribly slow with a pen. There was a young lady named Marty Who marriecl a man called Mc0arty. She le<l him a life Of great worry and strife While she lived on happy and hearty. There was a young lady named Helen Whose fav'rite was honey-derv rnelon. She ate them by quarts, Of all kinds and all sorts, And in numbers that I can't be tellin'. YIRGINIA DLTNN There was a young lady named Lou -Who's never been knorv to be blue. She will laugh and will smile In the very best style 'With a manner that's hearty ancl true.

There r'vas a young lady named lzzy Whc was slightly inclined to be dizzy. She does fidget and play The whole iength of the day And always appears to be busy. There was a young lady named Taber Whose tongue never ceases from labor. She keeps us in gales By improbable tales But she's always annoying her neighbor. NATALIE HENDERSHOT There was a yolrng lady from New York Who ate fruit with the end of a fork. But the trouble, she said, Comes when we were fed

Potatoes from

far

a\'r'ay Cork.

There rvas once a fine lad came from Blail Who had hair that was ever so fair. To the dances he went With the girls that were sent Who sometimes turned out to be rare ! JANE I{ASON 92


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BELIEVE

l{iss Lee received a Christmas card from Isabella llaskins

addressed:

l\{irs. Frances Lee.

Isabella Haskins tried hockey plactice in her o'rvn eloset, but, in making a perfect scoop, she rvas seized by such a cramp that the door had to be forced flom rvithout.

Betty Taber actually climbed under the dinner table one night in

her

embarrassment.

Teacher: "Class, this is actually the rvorse recitatioir

actualll',

1',1'e done

three-fourths of

it

I't'e

Sholty Engiish : " Holv did yorl ma-kc out in the geornetry Dotty Greenrval' : " I knocked it colcl. " Shorty: " For about ninety ? " Dotty : " No, zero. " I'fiss

[.1ouch

test

?

"

: " Pronounce heart without the 'r'. "

:

" I'fr. Potter (in chemistry class):"I'll Yirginia

ever had. Whl',

myself."

Stephenson

Helerr MacDorvell:

" IIeat.

go through this iron for.vou,

girls."

The Slzell Girl Abe last Easter?"

"I)id you dance with

Natalie: "No, I dicln't even see him." I{elen: " Gee ! I danced r,vith him and r'vas scared to peanuts. Ntrtalie: "]'ou rnust have looked cute with a shell on."

IIr.

Potter : "-What is an oxide Ruth Seitz: " Skin of an ox. "

?

"

"

At

the Beginni,ng of the Year (excitedly to an old girl) : "You know I was in Study Vilginia Stephenson Hall to-day and the botany teaeher came up. You should have seen him flirting

r.vith the librariern.

Mrs. Xlonahon in Americair Histor;' Class : " What offlce did Cleveland hold before he became presiclent ? "

Marty Hoff: "District Eternity."

Ruth I{owe (To a visitor from },Ioravian Seminary): "Do you have long hours at your school?" Visitor: "No, only the regulation leiigth, sixty minutes." Helen MacDorvell, Editor-in-Chief : " I refused this story a couple of l.eeks ago. Why are you bringing it back?" Libby Chandler: "I thought perhaps your taste had improved by this time.

" l{r. Potter: "Why isn't your lesson prepared?''

Jerry Campbell: "My light went out last night, and I couldn't see." Some bright student : " Did you turn it out yourself ? " 94

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CENTENARY JL]NIOR COLLEGE Class Colors

Orchid and Silver Class Flouer

Orchid Sweet Pea Class Motto

Carpe Diem

OFFICERS President BARBARA EASToN HAYNES

Vice-Presid,ent

FnnNcns M-qnv SrNcr-arR Secretary

Mlsnr-

Hor,Ntennc

Treo,surer BERNTcE

Hopn

Sprns

Serg eant-at-Arm,s

Lors JnnNsrrE

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PTERSoN


ATHENA GoDDESS oF H|SDOFI


I]EI]I'N EDITH ANDR]'W

A:> Norlh Arlington Atettlle, Ila,st Orange. N. J. C. C. I. Guild (1, 2), Chorus (1,2), Student Council (7,2), Musical Contest (1, 2), Class Party (1, 2), Book Club Secretaty (I, 2), Mav tr6te (1, 2), Special Chorus (2), Class 7,3

Hockey Team (2), Hall President (2), "Hack"

Benefit (2), dnniversarY PlaY (2).

H-aughty

E- xclusive L-ittIe

E-xcitable N-egligent W-inning I-rrational N-eat N-ice I-dealistic E-thereal

WINIFRED MARGAITET CT,ARK

A>> Arrtlovcr'. 1\. J.

Chorus (1, 2\, C. C. I. Guild (1, 2)' MaY F6te (1, 2), Student Council (1), Class Partv ( 1 ). Christmas Plav 1l ), Book Club (21 Campus Chatter Staff t2), Spanish Club (2).' Anniversary Play (2), International Relations Club (2).

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A>> 110 Clleir .\r,cnue,

\\'1'oinirrg, N. J.

q.C.f.Gui1d (1,2). Class party Musical ('onlcst (1. 3), May Fete (1, 2),it), Book (1. 2), French Club 121, French plav Club r2r. Frenclr Cabaret (2), International ('lub (2), Anniversarv Play (2). OpenRejations MeetinE Recording Secretarv 12,).

M-eek A-doraile R-etiring G-rowing

E-ndeavoring

A-miable L-aissez-faire

ALI(l!l

GRE{iG

A:> 195 Lorraine A\.enuc.

Iipper llontclair, N. J. 9, C. L Guild (1, 2), Student Council (t,2), Class Basketball Team (I, 2), Captain Class Basketball Team ( l), Class Hockey Team ( t), Varsity Hockey Team (1), Swimming Team (1), Class Party (1), May F6te (1,2), French C_lub Vice-President ( 2 ) , French Club (2) , Hall President (2), Anniversary Plav (2\, Anniversary Rccording SecreLary 121,':Hack'' Benefit t2), "Campus C 'atter't Joke Editor (2).

101


DOROTIIY W}IITE GREI+ORY

A>> Girt, N. J. Varsity Basketball Team (1, 2), Class Party (.1, 2), Anniversary Play (2), Captain Class Baslretball Team (2), C. C. I. Guild (I, 2), Varsity Hockey Team (2), 'Captain Class Hockey Team (2), Indoor Meet (1), May F6te (1,2). Sea

D-illigent O-bliging T-rying

M-indful I-mpartial L-ikeable I-aughing I-nquisitive E-xcitable

}III,LI( ]ENT

RT]

TII

GRIT\'I}I

>E(p Raritan, N. J. Anniversary M arch (1), Commencement March (1), Open Meeting Pianist (1), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2), Class Party (1, 2), Class Basketball Team (1, 2), May F6te (1, 2), Chorus (1, 2), Book Club (1, 2), Special Chorus (2), Class Hockey Team (2), Secret Term Pianist (1), Student Council (2),

"Hack" Benefit (2).

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BARBARA }.]ASTON HAYNES

OEN 15 Galcleir Street, West Englewood, N. J. May F6te (1, 2), Anniversary Play (1), Class

Party (1, 2), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2), Guild Service Committee (1), Class Treasurer (1), Secret Term Recording Secretary (1), Student Council (1, 2), Student Council Secretary (1), Book Club (1, 2), Guild Treasure.r (2), Guild Cabinet (2), Open Meeting Vice-President (2), Christmas Pageant (2), C. C. I. Players (2), International Relations CIub (2), "Hack" Benefit (2), "}Jack" Joke Editor (2), President International Relations Club (2), President (2).

B-reezy A-chieving R-egal B-affiing A-ttractive R-ash A-uthoritative

P-ractical O-bstinate L-oud L-oving Y-oung A-spiring N-aughty

N-ice A-ffable

EI{ILY }'IARY HETHIIRINGTON

A>> 76 Rensen Street,

Astol:ia, Ir. I., N. Y. College Class Day Play ( ) ), C,ollege P-r.rty (l)."Book Club (1,2), Open Meeting FirsL Vice-President (2), Anniversary Play (l' 2), May FOte (1, 2j', "Campus thatter" {2), International Relations Club (2), Book Club President (2).

103

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NTABEI, HOLMBERG

>tro lfinnisink

Road,

Totol-a, N. J. Student Council ( 1) , Class Party ( 1) , May F6te (1), Tennis Tournament (1), Guild Music Committee (1), Class Basketball Team (1, 2) , C. C. I. Guild ( 1, 2) , Indoor Meet (1, 2), Anniversary Piay (2), "Campus Chattet:" (2) , Class Hockey Team (2), Student Council Secretary (2), Class Secretary (2), Society Treasurer (2), Radio Clogging (2).

M-i1d A-miable B-ashful

E_ffervescent

L-ovely

M-i1d I-ntelligent L-ovely

}IILDRED EI,IZABETH I'IO}TAN

A>> 1 I{ensington AvenLle, Trenton, N. J. Anniversary Play (1. 2), Anniversary VicePresident ( 1) , C. C. I. Guild ( 1, 2 ) , Guild Art Committee (2), Class ViCe-President (1), Class Hockey Team (1,2), Class Party (1, 2), Ciass Day Program (1, 2) , May Fâ&#x201A;Źte (1, 2), Expression Contest (1), C. C. I. Players (1, 2), "IJack" Benefit (2), International Relations Club (2), Book Club Presidenl (1,2), Student Council President (1, 2).

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INI T,\

ARA

IIIN T.\ JE\\TELI,

A:> Liviirgston, N. J. Tennis Tournament (1), Student Council (1), Guild Service Committee ( 1) , Class Party (1,2), C. C. I. Guild (1,2), Mav Fdte (1,3), May Queen (1), Chorus (2), Class Hockey Team (2), Anniversary Plav (2), "Hack" Benefit (2).

N-ervy

E asy-going E-rring T-ruthful s_weâ&#x201A;Źt

W-insome I-mpressionable g-61621

N-eat

I-mpulsive E-fficient

\\TINIFRtrI) I,ti(]AS

A>> llt. Olive, Flanrlels, N. J. [Iay F6te (1,2), "Ifack" Board (2).

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ALTHEA I'I,lAllL I{ORTON

A>> 19 Clinton Street,

l{orristou'n, N. J. (1), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2)' Indoor Meet (1,2), May F6te (1,2), Class Party (1), Anniversary PIay (2), Anniversary Usher (2), Fencing Tournament (1), Class Hockey Team

Class Basketball Team Substitute (2).

A-ttractive L-adylike

J-o11y

U-ncertain

L-oquacious

I-rresponsible E-xaggerative

JIILIA EL-A,II\I'l NILAND

A:> 61 Westville Avenue,

Danbri.rl', (lonir. Open Meeting Editor (1), Student Council (l), Class Hockey Team (1), Chorus (7,2), Radio Chorus (1, 2), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2\, Book Club (1, 2), May FOte (1, 2), Anniversarv Ptay (1, 2), Class Party (1, 2),Inler' national Relations Club (2), "Campus Chatter" Editor-in-Chief (2), C.C. I. Players (2),

Radio Broadcast of C. C. I. Players (2), Musical Contest (1, 2),

106


DORTS \\'OOLSTON NI]NN

otrN 52 n'Iain Street, Ilackettstorvn, N. J. College Party (1), May F6te (1,2), "I{u"k" Benefit (2),i'Hack" Editor for College (2).

D-ecided

O-bedient R----esponsible

I-rksome

S-triving

R-eserved

O-bstinate S-weet

E-gotistical

ROSD

IIARII] PAI'P >EO

299 Smith Stlcet, Perth Anlbo)', N. J. Anniversary March (1), Special Chorus (1, 2), Class Party (1, 2), May Fâ&#x201A;Źte (1, 2) ' Book Club (1, 2), Anniversary Play (2)' Mulical Contest (2), Class Hockey Team (2), Class Basketball Team Substitute (2).

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L0IIISI] ]IARI].]

PI]TJRC]'

A:> I1 Jlarion Road, lippcr l{ontclair', N. J. Class Party (1), May FOte (1), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2), Book Club (1, 2) , Anniversary Play (1, 2), Secret Term Second Vice,President (2), "Hack" Benefit (2), Student Councii (2).

W-i11ful

tr-xcitable E-xacting J-ealous J-eering E-fficient E-cstatic

L-oving O-scillating

U-nderstanding

LOIS JE,\NNirlTTlt PIIIRSON

otrN 11 1r:ving Place,

Nutlcl', N. J. Class Basketball Team (1, 2), SwimminE Meet {1). Fencing (1, 2\, CJass Party (l), May F6te (1), C. C. I. Guild (r, 2), Book Club

(I, 2), Varsity

Hockey Team

(2),

Varsity

Basketball Team (2), "Hack" Benefit (2), C. C. I. Players (I,2), Student Council (2), "Campus Chatter" (2).

108


tr.R.\N[]ES MARY SIN(]I]AIR

A)> ,13

Oali Ar.enue.

]Ictuchen, N. J. Anniversary Term Corresponding Secretary

(1), Class Secretary-Treasurer (1), Student 2) , Anniversary March (1, 2), Commencement March (1), Anniversary Play (2), Class Vice-President (2), HaIl President (2), Musical Contest (1, 2).

Council (1,

F-rank

R-esolved

A-ttractive N-ice K nowing I-nquisitive E-gotisticai

F-rank R-eserved A-spiring N-eat N-atural I-nert E-fficient

I'RANLIES KINNE

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SLA TI]IT

A>> Noi'ton, N. J. C. C. I. Guild (1,2), May F6te (1,2), Class Party (1), Class Secretary (1), Anniversary Play (2).

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II]S

OEN 10 L'ummirigs Stleet,

Irvington, N. J. Anniversary Play ( 1) , Anniversary March ( 1) , Commencement March ( 1) , Secret Term Pianist (1), C. C. I. Guild (1, 2), Musical Contest (I, 2), Class Party (1, 2), May F6te (7, 2), Chorus (1, 2), Book Club (7. 2), Special Chorus

(2),

(2),

Class Basketball Team

,Class Hockey Team

(2), Varsity Hockey

Team (2), Open Meeting Pianist (2), Secret

Term Vice-President (2\, Class Treasurer (2\ , "Hack" Benefit (2), Special Clogging Group (2).

B-right

E-xcitable R-ighteous N-oticeable I-nquisitive E-xpectant H-aughty A-ttractive R-ash R-eticent I-ndifferent E-asy-going T-alented

HARRIET HEI,ENA

TRANSLTE

A>> h Walel CrP, Pa. NIay F6te (L,2), Student Council (2), Norl

Anni-

versary PIay (2).

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NELLIIJ \rAN \TLIANDIIREN >EO 536 Broarhva,-v, Patelson, N. J. C. C. I. Players (2), Christmas Pageant (2;, Anniversary Play (2), "Hack" Benefit (2), Class Hockey Team (2), C. C. I. Guild (2), Indoor Meet (2), Substitute Basketball Team (2), Radio Broadcast C. 'C. I. Plavers (2) , Radio Broadcast Clogging (2), "Campus Chat-

ter" (2).

N-ervy E-ndeavoring L-aughing L-earning I-nexplicable E-nthusiastic

A-spiring N-eat N-oteworthy E-xacting T-alented

T-aciturn E-fficient

ANN]'TTE DUF'T'ORD WERT OEN 501 \Yashington Street, Ifackettstorvn, N. J. Anniversary Organist ( 1) , May F6te ( 1) , Radio Broadcasting (2), Piano Recital (2), nlusical Contest

(I,

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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Officers

: President-Barbara S

ecret

ury-Eleano;:

1[a1'nes G

ill

The International Relations Club rvas fourrdecl at the suggestior:r of Dr.

Roucek of the social science department. Clubs of the sante nanle ale scattered throughout the country and are under the sponsorship of the League of Nations, rvhich supplies literature especially adapted to the use of the club.

The first meeting I'as held prirnarill to enloll the members and elect the offieers. The Boo1i Club u,as officiaily present, as the trvo bodies are composecl, in the rnain, of the same members. The next meeting had as the guest speaker, Dl. Trevorrolv, \lrho gave an illuminating talk on the predicarnerrt of Spain. A lively play of questions and ans\\'ers follou-ecl between Dr. Trevorrol, Dr. Roucek, ancl the student members. Different viervs r,vere expressed on the possibilities of a revolution against monat'chy and the great power of the church.

On a third evenirrg llrs. Trevon'ow spoke on England ancl its problens, the tu'o main problems-the status of India and the dole sJrstem. The subsequent discussion provecl so interesting that it lastecl long into the regular evening stud--v hour. At another meeting }frs. Russeil of thc Intelnational Itelations (llub taiked on the World Cor-irt airtl rvhy Amelica should join it. The United States is holding out against the plans of peaee. Other evenings x'ele der.oted to t'nor,ics of the Panarna Canal and Spain and a short externporaneous speech on pre-\rar Ar-rstria b;. I'Ir. Laltottc. We rvere shorvn pictures depicting the life of the people. The last rneetiirg at the time of this li'riting $'as hclcl April 21. I'Ir. I. Rahkit, a l{inclu from lnterrrational I-Iouse in New York, spoke on his native countrl', India, repl.ving to Katherine Mavo's book "l'Iother India". He felt that n'Iiss lfa}.e, l,ho has becn only a sholt time in India, has made too slveeping generalizations. Dcspite his natural affection for India l[r. Rahkit's ta]li l'as unbiased, logical, and lvithout propaganda.

We hope other rneetings as cnjoyable l'ili be forthcoming during of the college 1-ear" D()RorHy slitRRo\v

t'erttaincler

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THE BOOK CLUB in

Thc Book CLlb is a yer')- actir','organization. Its aim is to stirnulate interest

aiid especialll' to keep the student lr,ell informecl aboqt the best of her oln da). In February 1930, ntiss lIoman u'as elected the fir'st president. Dr'. DuBois

books,

books

has actecl as faculty aclvisor arrd has made r.aluable suggestions and criticisn'Ls. Ilrrdel' theii' leadership the club has enjoyed a rnost successful 1'ear. Reports are macle at each rnoirthly.' rneetitig.

I'Iiss Niland arrcl lliss Hetherington have revieu,ed books b1 Arnerican antl Freirch authors. From time to time [Iiss Almajean has gir-en soine very urrusual repolts orr boolis of her olvn country. The menibership inciudes:

Ana Almajean Caroline Ferres Helen Andrerv Alice Gregg Winifred Clark Barbara Haynes Beth Dunster }Iary }letherington

Ilorran Louise Pierce Caroline Matthies Lois Pierson Julia Niland Dor,othy Skilrorv Rose Papp Beririce Spies Mildred

CAMPUS CHATTER This 1'ear the Junior Coilege has triecl the experiment of founding a Junior College newspaper, the "Campus Chatter". At a regular meeting of the college it was decided that the paper be published once a rnonth throughout the school 1'ear, and that the subscription priee should be one dollar.

The editorial staff includes the following girls:

Julia Niland ....

Mabel T{olmberg Mary Hetherington Lois Pierson . I .. Winif red ( 'lalk Dorothl Skirlorv

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Editor-in-Chief

Business Manager

...Circulation Manager

......Advertising

Manager.s

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EleanorGill Alice C rege

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...HeadReporters

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The five issues of "Campus Chatter" published so far have been successful, and x,e hope the publication rvill live and grorv into the traditions of t-1. C. I.

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PLI]ASE PATRONIZI' OUR FUTURE ADVERTISERS! (A page o'f aduerti,seqnents front' the "Camlyttts Cltatter" as it will i,n the Octobensst,e, 1936.) No.

rugs of "the apartment." I wish T had knou' then about OZITE RUCI CUSHIONS.''

1

I

I,IADIJ LTP FOR BUD'S SHRUNKEN PAY CHECK " Thel''r'e cut my \vagos again, llillie, " said Bud bitterly as he ate his supper. This r,vas bad nervs. It rvas all I coulcl do, as it 1vas, to scrape up enough nloney to drive mY Packard roadster. (Br-rd ahvays had the HOW

Roll's.

cLppear

No. 4

BROKEN II,LUSIONS CAN NEYER BE MENDED, SAYS

IIARJORIE DUNI-]AP

)

That night as T idly turned the pages of a magazine I came upon an advertisement telling horv \vonlen could make money at home with a

"I)on't let tr,r'o inches of soiled lace

shor,ving belorv the hem

of your gowns

break charm's spell. Such things shatter a ntan's illusions, and these can neYer, never be mended. IJse

BROWN BOBBY I'IOLD. So now I am in thc doughnut business, ancl Bud sells them in his spare time.

IJUX."

No. No. 2

5

BEFORE YOII GET I,IARRIED READ WHAT THIS WOI,IAN HAS TO SAY Postum u'as called to the attention of this charming girl on the eve of her rvedding day. Miss Althea Morton rvrites, "And then n'ry fiance and. I came to the page rvhere postum was advertised. The acl stated that many a marriage is spoiled by a lvife's or a husband's nervous iruitability so easily tracecl to caffeine-contained in dr:inks. Hayes ancl I realized how close an escape rve had had, and immediately hurried down to the corner grocery where r,e orclerecl three cases of POSTUII. We have never spoken an unkind woril to one another. "

PLAY PIANO BY DAR

IN 90 DAYS

"Even if I'ou knorv nothing about piano music," declares Miss Bernice Spies, "I'll have your fingers dancing over the keyboard rvith conlidence in 90 days. My pupils are broadcasting. I've founcl the wa.v to bring out J.our musical instinct. You rvant the proof ? I'lI send it. " Write now.

T\0. J

\YHAT ! EI]EPHANTS TRA},IPING ACROSS MY RUGS " No, not actuzrl elephants, " Iaughecl Miss l'r:ancis Slater, " just the family and my friends-but elephants couldn't c1o much more damage to my rugs than the pound-pound-pound of many footsteps. I remember having the same trouble in college scores of feet tramp-tramp-trampirrg on the

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6

}.OR THIRTY SECONDS I HEI,D THEM SPEI,I,BOUND Alice Gregg writes : " For years lack of self-confidence has kept me

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suecessful public speaking. \Vhen callecl upon to sPeak I could only blush and stammer. Then I read J'ouir offer : Tlrc Art of I'u'blic Spetftittg for Ady Fifl1l Cents. I sent for the pamphlet and read it. What a difference thele u-as in rny poise I Why, at our last (-'. C. I. leunion I Y-as ealled upoit to make a speech. L'onfidentl;' I arose and lookecl about, remaining silent for thirtl. seconcls (as per instructions. Refer to page 72.). For thiltv seconds I held thern spellbouncl-(then the;' laughccl out

fronr

No.

..YES, I'N,I A SLTCCESS AT 26, NEITITTE," SA\|S N'IABEI, HOIJNIBERG

"But I

Three months ago I realizecl that { in a rut. Never would I be a.nything but a trventy-Iirre-dollar-a-l'eek secretary. Then I answered a little aclvertisement. It starteil me on my rvay to suecess. To-day I am private secretarl- to a great dentist. Instead of getting $25 a rveek I'm getting the clentist-for life. "

No.

7

STAY BLONDE! YOTI

lVliss Dolothy Gregory, our beauty expert, says: "He'11 be the lirst to notice when yoru golden hair begins to darken. Apply this beauty secret l.hich I learned ai college. To lestore the softening brilliance to dull bloncl hair, use BLONDEX. "

" That rl as rny trouble, t' tltLites I,Iiss i\ illicent Grimm. " I admit I'm not a very rapid clresser, but BilI userl to be arrgry if I was onll' one or trvo hours late. So I fixed thatI gave hin a ROAIIIO for Christnias. Now he cair lle entertained by a radio in his o\lrn car', rvhile T'm spending the last fc-:rv hours on rtty clressing."

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ST. JUI,IAN I,AUGIIED AT ME WH]'N I SENT FOR YOUR BOOI{ "f lvas just cntering college," says lliss n arr'' I{etherington, " rvhen I l'ead .vour alticle adveltising the book 'Itron' to Leilrir to Act'. I3y f ollorving your instructions I beca,rne the rnost versatile actless at Cl. C. I. l[1. range includetl evelything frorn Rio Rita to Barnacle Rill, thc Sailor, ancl fronl foggy 616 rnen to stately queens. It is to -t'our book that I ou'e rn)' plesent success on Broacllvar., as the thirteenth gir'l from the right in this 1-eal's follies.

10

\\THEN SHE IS STII,II DRI'SSING AT 9 FOR AN 8:30 SHOW, BILL-START THE CROSLEY ROAI'IIO

OWI] IT TO HIM

No.

x'astecl flve years of m1' life.

\vas

loud. ) ''

No.

9

No. 11

WHY OR\TILLE'S WIFE NEYER SEEI{S T]REDLOOKING ANYI ORI, nrfrs. Orville France, n6e Jeu'ell, t1eclares it is because she has founcl a marvelous nerv beautl' seci:et in the regu lr r d ui ll cherv ittq of \\' R I C T,EY'S DOUBLIl I'[INT-"gootl as a facial, and onll. costs a nickel,

"

Olville.

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No. 12

No. li

DATTN I'IONI]Y AT IIO}IE Take this young artist's ach'ice. Miss

WINIFRED CLARK AD. \TISES DR. FRANCISCO'S OI,IY]] TABLETS rvas most tirecl of the tine; m.v "I

llarriel; Transue rvrites, " I earn from $15. to $50. rveekly in my spare time

coloring photographs by your new simple PHOTO COLOR PROCESS. Very little expelieiice is requirecl; in fact I did rnost of ny dra$ring during dull classes at college. "

I ner.er had the zest that u'as always rnine before. A friend adrised nre 1o t11' DR. I'RANClsCO'S OLIYE TABLETS, and now I am a diffelent person. My old vigor has retumed to me, ancl I feel fine !" l.rack achecl, aird

No. 13

No.

LOI]DER! I,OLIDERI A L'RY OI,' THE PAST Miss Annette Wert u'rites : " I teach music jn Hackettstor,vn lJigh School. Because my voice is so rveak all the boys in the back ror'vs usecl to shout, 'Louderl Louder!' rvhen I r'vas con-

POPIII,AR SCREEN STAR, BARBARA }IAYNES, WRITIIS : "I can't thank I'[AX FACTOR enough for helping me rvith my ]\{AKE-UP. He has done rvonders with the appearanee of my whole faee. His make-up even blends perfectly with my 'bottle red hair'. "

ducting the singing in Chapel. There were even less courteous remarks, such as 'Make believe you're at a footbail game.' Finally we had THE WESTERN EI,ECTRIC PUBI,IC ADDRESS system installed. Now I'm no longer remincled of the unusual strength that my voice acquires at football games. "

No.

K]]EP IN TOUCH WITII OUT-OF'-TOWN FRIENDS

BY TEI,EPHONE There's no uncertainty about "

"

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COI,LJ'GE ]NN TOMATO JUICE COCKTAII,S STII]I-/ GAINING IN POPULARITY " So many of m;r friends at college drank tomato juice cocktails, " laughed lliss Frances Sinclair, ' 'that I always kept some on my windol' sill. My room was popular from then on, and I attribute my youthful zest and good health to LIOLLEGE INN TOMATO JI]ICE COCKTAII,S.''

No. 14

dates rvhen you telephone, -W'hen

1Lr

says Miss

Winnie lrucas. " Gene was at Brorvn, I used to telephone him twice a week. There rvas some small diffrculty about rny reversing the charges, but that was settled rvhen he paid the bill. \Tow that he is within a ferv miles of me f can check up on my fianc6 by TEITEPHONE. "

No.

18

INV]'ST YOUR I,EISURE HOURS IN GOOD I,IAGAZINE RI'ADING Our sales representatives are highly trained, courteous experts in selecting

just the magazines 1 16r

r,vhich you neecl.


Miss Helen Andlet-, typical of our sales force, specializes in " TRIIE STORY" and "TRLIIT ROI'IANCD".

No.

siastic about the lalge size bottles. '',\t college I alu.a,)s usetl one as a balorneter," shc l'rites. "I half-filied the bcttle rvith lr,atel ancl kept it on thtr r,inclow sill. When the lvater froze I knerv it u,as r-inter. Then too, I coulcl rely cln the sound of the rvater: boiling to arvaken me if the builcling canght fire."

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DEBI-TTANTE PRAISES

ANTTA NOSI] ADJUSTOR We quote l{iss Irois Pierson ! " I found an easy way to reshape my nose. ANITA NOSI,I ADJUSTOR shapes flesh and caltilage-quickl-r' and painlessll.-*1ttt. you sleep. If a picture is lequested to prove conclusivel)' the nragic power of this lemarkable instrument I lvill gladlv send it.

No.

22

INDISPOSED ? " Bee, I just can't go to the movies tonight, " complained lliss Rosc Papp. "I have an awful hcadache." But Bee had some BAYER'S ASPIRIN in her bag; so they dicl see that shou'. Baygltr Aspirin saved the

"

No. 20 AI,I,EN'S FOOT.EASE n{iss Julia Niland, rvorld renor'vrred fencer, advocates the use of our I'OOT-EASE. "-When I u-as in college, aching feet prevented levealing

er,ening.

m)' prowess as a ferlcer. Later I lead .voul advertisement and owe so much to your rvonderful FOOTEASII that I have named my nervly inventecl'parry ninc' after it."

No.

No.

23

LOVE IS I,II{E THAT Jerry ar,voke. Strarigell. happ.v and cliaotic rnemories of last night crolr,ded in on him. The glamour of that hour with Her I Queer that Jerry had knorvn Nellie Van \tlaancleren for years, but never really till last night. POMPtrlAN POWDIIR AND ROLIGE gave her the kind of

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DRINK IIOFFIIAN'S

G]NGER AI,E Ask Louise Pierce about our gii'rger ale. lliss Pieree is especially enthu-

beaut.r' 'lvhich rvas nragnetic.

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THE TRUE ACCOUNT OF A SOCIAL AFFAIR

AT C. C. I. IN

1896

bit zrs sleepy as.usual l-hen I tlroYc r'anibling olc1 Dutch house Ilans'placid, Urlcle My late ilto it last sutlnrer. ahr.a1 s looked to rne as if it had squattetl dorvn on its little knoll for a rest beforle floating acloss the Rivet. It gar.e me a thrill of ou'nership to knorv that the house und- i1,* treasu"re store of antirlt'rcs was no\v rnine. tr'inancial difficulties hacl obscured anl' scruplcs I might have hacl, antl ntf idea $'as to rnake an inr,entol)- for the antique dealer. I headed straight for Llncle I'Izitts'stutl-v, ptLt up the crt-:ak;' shades, ancl tlr,necl to gloa,t or,er the tlcsli that filk:cl orre ertcl of the roorn. I u'ent clou-il Stl1.r,esarrt-cln-thc-Ifudson \\'as every

orr nr)- krrecs l','fot'c i1. it rnr,r badly in ireecl of care. (Jne leg was split; the blass hanclles lvefe u,ith age, ancl the war'rn glo\v o{ thc'rnahogan.v linish x'as clouclecl tnrnishecl all b1' clust. Sr-rcldenly the thought occnri'er-l

to ne that the old

clesh

might ha've seclet

compar,tmelts. I pressed aird pullecl and shovecL till I rvas discouraged ; then I leined against it in iLisgust, anc.L a dral'er shot out, all but cutiirlg off rny hant1.

In the r1'a1'cr lav a journal-sizecl r.ollrnre, bound in red leather $,ith gilt cclges. Poor' [,]ncle Hans' cliary! I curlecl u]) on the r-inclou- scat and clpened it at rrar.rtlotli. Thcre T t'eacl: 1 A. l'I. 26, 1E96 C. C. I. "septetlber' ',,L)h, r-hat a partl-!Prexy announced at dinrier toiright that there rl'ould bc a g-vnl social. "The pttlpctse of this 1oci1!," he dronecl, "is to enable the bo1's

alii'gir'ls to 5ecome iretter acquainted.'' We1l, thab rvas certainly all right r'vith us fcllou-s, l1:rt Jirn L'lark and Torn Htlntlerson and I hetcl a meeting. We decjclecl that the tclrvn gills shoulcl be invitccl too, fot: obr.ious rcasons-especialllwith the {:r.rrly ftni" u'ho lives on L}l'antl Avenu.e. the gill ';,W.ll, therc wasrr't an-r'other \va],- to let thern knorv, so rve just cutrveSpers. the fire-escapes, arlcl ralr dolt'ntorvn. dou,n snealied "When eight o'clock came aloLrnd. the fellots and girls stoocl in Iine at tfrc door.s, incl,ttcling tlt.e cl,a11 sttr.detrts. tr'inail;- the dtrol opened. T irer,er rnarched so nrlch in nr]. life '"'The boys canre in a llne from one side; the gills from the other', and the tr-o lines rnarched rlp side b1- siclc. Everr- tht'ee rnirrutes, the ltlesiderrt, rvho sat or] 1 platfol'ln to keep arl e).e on the procedure, rang a little bell, l.hich mt'ant that cach bo1- should mo\:e o1r ant.l introcluce himself to the next girl. "The cncl had to come, and the crownjng triumph of the evening. About teir fellol-s, including mr'-self, marchecl np to Prexy to ask permission to see the Ilachettstonn gills honrc. You should have seen his face! I think apoplectic people look like that. He pacetl up ancl dou,n a ferv times (and T'd be I'illin{{ ttr srvcar l sau. hinr chuckle). Then he said,'Yc's'." I left the rest of the diarr- tjll later, lttt T u,as sure that this real ptrge from L'. (1. I.'s history rvoulcl be of interest to all gradllates-past, present, a'.d future' !

DoRrs N'NN

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GLIMPSES ScnNu: l{orth Parlor. (The ora,nge urltcins are cheerful, and, th,ere,s a better chance of gettitto a seut here tho.n anywh.ere else.)

Truu: About

5.00 P. M., Ju,ne T, 1931.

: AIL menrbers of the College Sen,ior Class. -WrNNrn Cr,.q.nr an,d X.nlNNrr Sr,,rrRn.

(lnAn_q.crnns

Enter 'wrNxrp (raith. look of disgust): Now, rvhere do you suppose everybody is ? This meeting rvas called for five o'clock, ancl r can't stay long. r'll neuer get my packing done. FR,r:lNrn: I hear 'em comirrg now. Enter Bl.nnana HlvNus, her "person,alit.y curls" in fu,tt urray; Mtt ]{orr1x, putting _tlte finishing tou,ches to lrcr d,ressI attd Ar, GnnGG, soienmtll knittittg on the last sweater of the year. Tears stattcl i,n her eyes becauie this u'ilI br all she crrn do Ior Guild. 'w-rNxru: Barbara, r'vhat is this meeting for? You knorv rve have an awful lot to do. B,tnr-rn.r.: All right, all right ! wait until the rest of the kids get her:e. rt rvon't be long. (Generul ha,bbu,b outsiiLe. Girls tlrift in in, ilutracteristic groups lf twos a,nd_three, chuttering.) At last-t\,\,enty-four! Everybody here. Norv listen; don't think I'm crazy, but r ha'e to make a riving some way after r get out of here, and r knor,v you all rvon't mind helping me. You see r to write a little book about our trvo years at t-'. c. r., and give some 'vant idea of r'vhat 'rve arr migltt do in the future. oh, don't look so blank. Just tell .me what you remember first. Por,r,_vruNa (standing and ad,justingher stat',ceto perfection): well, ah oh, r knorv, n'Irs. T. introduced us to our big siiters. r had been scared - to death until then, but everybody seemed to be friendly from that rninute. Nrr-aNo: From that minute on, Ruby and r tried our best to stav under Academy rules all year. FR.LNxrn srxcr,.,rrn: Yes, tle council hacl plenty of trouble with you two. what you didn't think of, Ruby did. But rvhat irnpressed me most at the beginning_ of last year \ras signing the Constitution of the Llollege. It thrilled me to think that_some day r might come back, look at that;ld book, and see my "John lIancock" among the first. n{.qncr DuNr-'rp (u:ith that baby stare): eh, you're too sentimental, Frankie! The first real excitement rvas Dr. Roucek's civ. class. Everybocly rvas sure she'd ner,er be able to understancl him, and now he,s an otd pai. IIaRntnr: Do 1-ou remember that line rvaiting for assignments in front of Dr. nuBois's office? Everybody got to knorvlr'e'ybodj- else while we discussed the arhcs and pairrs in our fce1. 720


Axrra (calnrly,

o,"s nsrtu,l): The class parties x.e-L'e fuir. \ye put some harcl r'votk on ours, but it rvas r,orth it. Barbara's leading the Ilailetujah chorus rvas enough for me, and, of course, that was the first tirne Julia sang the "St. Louis Blucs" for us. Nrr,lNl: You ireecln't ta,1k, Neets, ilo you think any one has forgotten you as Queen lJlizabeth at l{ay pQ1s9 You certainly got the breaks, sitting up there in all vour legal splenclor while the rest of. us haci to rvear oursclveis out dancing. Hor,nr- AxonRu.: What I liked best n'as the Anns. Didn't r-e think \\re \\,ere somebodies in our evening dresses ? Ilosn P,tpp: Yes, six inches below the top vertebra. \YrNNrn cr,-q.nr<: The plal's r,cle the things ! rmagine me a chorus girl, especially a Gr:'eek one, and Helen Freer as an rlngrish fop rvith Barbara,s r:ecl striped bathrobc on. BBnNrn Srrrs (lafting off "stltdy" glosses): And the niusical contcst. poor Dode, didn't she have a terriblc time getting us all clown here to rehearsal every day? But, 0h Bol-, u,.e lvon! llrr,r,rcrN.r: Weli, Reetle, stou slLou,ld have been thrilletl since you had r,r.ritten thc class songs, and plal-ed too. Por,r,v,txNl: Thc big scare \\'as the night Al Gregg decided to go home lvithout telling anybody. Lou PrunsoN: Yes, vou, and Balbara, and I almost had the Hackettstown police force out to search. Nnr,r-rn: Oh, Barbara, don't forget our deltut as ratiio artists. Ilonrs NuNN: Coulcl an.,v one e'e' forget those melodious voices ? Ar,rHr'r IIonroN: Anyway, distance lends enchantment. Bansanl: Nolv, you girls are getting cattl'. I can finish that myself. Mrl:- -Bar:bara, do vou expect to be tiving on the royalties from this book fifteen -vears from no.lv ? B,qnn,LR,r: Yes, in ease and comfort, lvhiie you're teaching dlamatics to vour.

brood.

(pityitt,gly): .Poor Nellie, she'li be a settled old kindergarten teacher, you can inagine Nellie settled. Nnr,r,rn (uitlt a uengeance): well, r'cl rather be that than someliocly's private seeretary for the rest of my days. Axrrq (with that meaning took,) : or a costume designer like weejee, who rvill have to cater to finicky oltl dowagers. You musi ah,vays rn,ear that suit as an advertisement, -Weejee. wrr.r.rrr (pulling down coat of said s,uol) : what makes me sore is that noboclv notices that r have a ne''v blouse for the suit-that's someth,ing. will you give me your llusiness, Neets ? rr,tRRrnr (laughing o,s onltl Harriet con): Boy, that's a good one! Are 1-ou going to cater to the temperamental musicians like tr'ia'kie. too ? }r'q.nnr,

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I have rnore alrbition than to spend so[Ie p00]l making rn"v orvn living. rnind rvou't rrrarr's l]tonc]i. 1 ploblern. XIaIge is all set to be sorne old psychological Lou: Nor,, thet.c's a too. dalling, nran's in m1' Ilolls : Ycs, hone"v c1ear, ancl I'll colnc tal(c you fOr an airing l,[]\RGn '- ^'iio.".. as heacl duties tiresome from )'our ticcasiott'rl1v tu girre )'ou a rest instjtution. sonlc' ps-rlchiatrist irt rvhen lrolr,].,rNx.\ : Anrl, -Nlarge, rvill .vou rneet me at the stage iloor sonletitnes I'r.e succeccled Ethel I3arr.vmore? IIn;ux Axonn1: Polll-anna, ma.t'I liave sorne passes to I'or.Lr opening night? to ROSE: I)on't tvot'r)'. Ifelen; l'ou kllow -vor-r'll ma.rry solrie man rich enough it' of tircs buy l.ou orchesira seats after 1'our Dad rvhen T rlo pla}' the learling par:t in a rvcdrling, you aircl Bernie lloi,nN --"-lvill: \\rell, get l'our chtrnce to lllove your abilitl' as virtuosos' and then -vour future rvill l:le made. get l,lrl]rrr GnrnM: I clon',t hope for anl.thing that high. I'il be satisfied ifI Ican't knorv You liaritan. in church the position of orgaiiisi in our little conpete tvith any one as good as Annette \\relt' Fn,rxxrR Sr,-r.r.nn: Don't lte so easilv sntisfied. Why, Winnie tooli her homi: church (ancl C. C. I.) as a starting point, and b1'that tirne she rvill haYe leplaced llarion Talle-v, I knou'. re\\rtxNil: Oh, Frannie, 1'ou nlustn't flatter nle so. You;.ourself rvill beYou nou'ned as heacl of'the histor'1 clepar:tment of one of the big colieges' just see if ;lou aren't. Julr,r: \Vi]l 1'ou support nl.v \rierl's, Fra.lrnje? I'll give 1-ou a percentage of my \ya,ges as politic.al editor: of the DrtiLll Nerrrs if .vou rvill' Donrs NuNx: confidence, Nila,nd, but r'r'hile 1-ou're dispensing "petcentages," whv 1ot aid a goocl cause like the future "Nttntt Foundling Hospital for small Dogs and Ii)Jephants?" You knorv I'm going to be a r''eterinarian. WrNxrr Irucls: In that case I hereby appll'for the position of interior tlecorator for the illustrious irrstitution. Ar,trrlr I'IOn'rOx: And I for aclvertising agent. I'r'c heen ri'ondering how long it x-as going to take me to find sonle use for tnl' talent as a commercial !.R,rxr<ru: ^ ----

At

least, Harriet,

aIt ist.

Dor Gnlconv:

Please patronizc rl1-

florist shop. Funelal pieces u'i1l be m-v

sPecialt-1'.

Ar, Gnutit+ (itt, lter slou, ttndetern'riled style): Why leave me out? B,s.nR-tn-r: Oh, Al, the most arnbitious thing you'l1 ever clo i's to sit at the foot of lfacl"s escalator I'aiting to hclp other old" ladies off. Ai,: Well, all T'r,e got to say is that you're lucky if this is er.er published. the supper: bell; let's go hat'e our egg salad.

-Therc's

FINIS

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REWARD ]ISCAPED CONVICT NO.

I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

ID]INTIFICAIIION

ALIAS

AI

her specialty. The skin J'ou love to touch. She has that French accent. Red hlir rvithout rr lirrsc.

Dot

She shools rlil

IIilIie

She ainis

Barbai'a Ha1'nes

Ha1'nes

Likes

l ary Hetheriugton

I'ollyanna

She chose marriage as a career.

Malrel

I'Iabcl

She stlives

Helen Andreu,

Helen

ryinifrgal Ctlark l'farjorie Dunlap Alice Gregg Dorothy (iregory Nlillicent Grinm

\Yinnie

I Io1

rnbelg

lliltlrecl lltlnan

Week-cncls

n'[arge

it

to

h ;rrt uinr.

{11.

high.

flavored

nith 'vanulla.'

to please. Cladets niarch on forever in her

Millie

menlory.

11 Anita

Jer,vel

Nita Araminta Specializes in I)osy Down. (mattre

sses )

72 Winifrer.l Lucas 13 Aithea }lorton

Winnie

Rlonde r,r,ithout Blonclex.

Ai

Engagements her specialty.

1:1 Julia Niland

Niland

15 16 77 18

Doris Nunir

Dorlie

Rose Papp

Rose

Irouise Pierce

Weegee

Lois Pierson

Lou

thrill. She uses llrrrra Jettick Shoes. I?cp-her passrvord. I{er motto: Irove me, love m.v dogs. Buys Lee's Peanuts, five cents a She rvrites rvith a

bag.

19 l'rances Slatcir Flannie 20 Frirrces Sincluir' Ilrankie 27 Bernice Spies Rernie 22 Harriet Tlansue Halliet 23 Annette Wert Arrnctte 21 Nellic Yan \rlaanderen \-an

Justice is her aim. Goes

through life with a rnelocly.

\\rritesasongaday. A bionde l-ho knows her art. 'Iunes the fire rvhistle up to D# Liles in a fog.

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HERE LIES T93I (With apologies to Olir.er Goldsmith.)

in future lvill be quite delighted at feast to which all are invited; To sit the For the school will supply us 'lvith hash and rvith fish. Iret each girl br:iirg herself, and she brings her pet dish. Let our Rernie be broth, for x'ith notes she can dupe, So rve all rvish she'll play a fe'rv tu.nes otr the soup. Poll;'n1l1. shaii be tongue rvith the entree " jtrmbes ftog", tr'or she jumps about so, lve shou.lc1 call her Poll-rvog. The pickles for Julie, she pretends to be soul Ancl spends all her time 'lvith the wish to be dour. We'11 let llarge be the salacl, for she lived in the 'Str'â&#x201A;Ź", Aiid all part-< for a salad r'r'ould thele surely lie. To our Frank shall go vinegar; that is her lot; When some misehief is brewing, she finds out the plot. 'lhen there corne our pudding, substantial yet slender; No other than f)oris such cream could engender. And at last 'r,ve reach sugar, Win Irucas my name; lA-hen she dabs at her art, is't for fun or for f ame I At a dinner so various, at such a repast, Who'cl not be hilarious and stick to the last ? IIere, comrades, more order; Iet us speak rvhile rve're able, For rve'll soon die ourselves and sink under the table. With tales and with mem'ries stored up in our head Let us ponder and tell what we think of the dead. The Freshmen

AI,ICE GREGG

Al. Glegg was just a good old scout; You'd never find her in-or out. She looked "first rate" in riding garb; Astride a horse, was on the job. She did her work, obeyed the rule, And neuer thought of leaving school. Our fair friend Dot 'lvas always spry,

DOROTHY GRI.)GORY

In basket-ball-well, she'd get by. In typing class she had great speedShe made her fingers fl)'-indeed. She loved to tease the tr'reshmen girls, And she was fond of her blonde curls.

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ROSE PA P}'

ITRANC-']ES

SIJATER

\\TINIFRI]D CLARK

HEI,EN ANDREW

I)o t'ou remembcr \\-ee Rose PappSo small that she'd fit on r-our' lap? Irt rnusic colrl'se she clid excel. Her r.vork shc celtainly dicl rr-ell. \Vc loved her rnuch. but she has rvcnt ,\rrd left us lr)\\-\\'c rli lam.rt. l'r'an. Slater r'r-c all thought qltite s\\,eet. For unitlue st.vlet she'cl rrot be beat. Hr'r' quicl. shr and u ittsortre ult;'s Won man.r' friends thru college days. She airva."vs did rvhat she thought best, Di<1 all her r,ork rvith greatest zest. Our Wiiririe-snall and prirri ancl co.v \\'hen in the bath tub sang for joy. She lovccl to sing hcr su,eetest noteAnd on the high ones she woulcl dote. \Yhi:n gills had rnending to be done, She alwa;.-s did it-bi' the ton. She loved to talk, this Andrer,v lass, ltrspecially in "Prof." Roucek's class. She seemed to like her home so nuch She'd never stal' there long-or such. She rvas a

tiny, lir.ely girl

Who kept our heads in one grcat r,r.hirl.

ALTHEA }TORTON

BARBARA HAYNES

Al. llorton, tall and clark and slim, When dlessed in blue, did look quite tlim. In her own way r'vas quite a shsr1nsl.Why, she just captured the enibairner ! In all her u'ays she rvas quite cov, Ancl studies u'ere her. one great joy. Although she rvas iro flag-pole sitter, We kner'v "Barb" Ilaynes to be no qr-ritter. She drerv tunes frorn our tired throats tlntil rve strained to get the notes. 'llhat showr:d her filled with great clesire, To lead, as now, the angel choir. Our l'[abe] rvas quite small, rre sa1', she rvas big in her own \\,a)-. A great host of green slips she sigired, But she rvas really su'eet and kind. She liked to plav at basketball, Went out for hockey in the fall.

But

N'IABEI,

HOLMB]IRG

t25


T,OLTISE

I'IERC]]

ANITA JE\\'EI,I,

LOIS PIERSON

Here lir:s rlhat's left of one \{e line\v. 0n llpper North thel' a,ll dicl rue The loss of friend named'Weejie Pierce, Who though quite mild could look cluitc fielce. TIer loom lookecl like a hornc for clogs Trvo doors :rway from " Stye for lIogs. "

Anita Jervell Iies under hcre Go casy-tread rvith eare and fear, For she rnight tleigir to heave a sigh Such as i_n Ec made lloucek "why?" She might have becn Dot Skirlorv's trviri, \-o1 I hev tr r're rteithet' kit h Irul kirr. Once Lou r-as clashing Romeo Tn er"ty Little Theater shcitl-. She vamped each ma.icl aircl also lass, But u,hen she set out fol a class "Oink-oink" was heard her piggish crv

To eall hcr roorn-mate f roni the "

Ilele lies a lass u.e knel.

St1's.

"

as Nell,

NELT,lE VAN \IT,AANI)]]REN

\\rho hacl a nanre no one could spell. She lor,ed her dates r.vith male called ConE'en she herself the man could clon In pants on stage rvith true male poiseShe had a .yen fol college bo1 s.

HARRIET TRANSIiI]

lleneath )ou'11 firid blond Halriet. Thc rnilkman shc has rever met; T1e alu.ays came by fal too soon, Since ou.r l{iss Transue rose at noon Arrd planned to brush her teeth in time To tr.v to beat the lunch bell's chime.

ITTI,LIOIT]NT GITII,TI[

IJo lou letnemJrer lfill'cent Grinim? Ovel the ke.vboald she could skim. She even threatened sonre doonisday Her Relnie's rvedding nrarch to plal'. She rvas quiet, atrd she x,as sh1 Yet to her: jazz vour feet rvould fly. Yes, n'Iildred }lornan rvas hel narne. She pla"r.'ecl the part of beauty Fatrie

MII,DII,DI) IIOMAN

In

gou'n of soft and shirn'ring bhre. FIer voicc u'e did expect tl coo ; We all \\:ere ready to adore. She spoke-her cooing \vas a war. 126


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tri r4 (5

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FRESHMAN CLASS Class Colors

-

Orange aird \\'hite

OT'T'ICERS:

President Vice-President.. Secretary Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms .

.. .....

Eleanor Gill GraceLiridley Jane Severson Louise Hau'kes Janet Niven

MEI,IB]'RS

Ana Almajean Dorothy Bennett Margalet Bennett

Grace Irindley

Caroline l{atthies Ph;'Ilis Nash Janet Niven Doris 0schu,ald Louise PlesbrelRuth Ranisay Itlorenee Sa1're Jane Sevei'son Gladl's Sinisarian Dorothy Skirrorv Lucy Teri.'ksbury Doris Trar-rtman

Louise Blessing

Audrey Buchanan Iilizabeth Dunster (.laroll'n Ferres Iruana Fredelick Lois Gerorv Eleanor lliil Louise Harvkes

l{argare'i Hildebrant Arleen Kauffrnann Ethel Leh

Rosalie WesterveLt

t29


CLASS SONG Ttrrre: Tltc Gypsy

TrtLiL

by O'Haru

,{.mong the rnouiitains iuitl the trees, Our college stands so proucl()ur: Alrntr J'[:iter that rvc lor,t: 'lo cheer lncl praise aloucl. 'I'o us it lrlealls srtrtte fricnclships ilear'

Thirt is Pluin 1o ser' This is oul collegc full of Where it is life to be.

chccr',

CII.IORT]S

We college seniors cf (1. (-1. I. Fling out our barrner fal ancl rt-ide. Orchid ancl silvel x'c unfrtrl The pride of each college girl. Our alma matel x'e hold clear I)earer and dcarer' 1'eal by I'ear. To hcr u-e'll r:ling, ancl to hel rl'e rvill sing lil'herr rvc lear,e iir '31 Ancl as our path thlough life n'e take, Brave and tlue to thee, AII that n'e do or say or make, Shall nrore than finer be. Tlr-re to our c,lass. our team, oul school, Sad1.1 t hen rve leave- Iriving for past and future dreams, As on our wa;' \{e speed.

130


HE Editorial Staff wishes to thank their friends, the advertisers, for helping to make this book possible.

If we have the opportunity, Iet us repay them with patronage.

INDEX Albright-Yealiel, Inc.

..... 146 ...... 13ij Atlantic IJotel Suppi.v Co. ... .... I+; Ayers, Fred.lt. .... ....... 13E

Laclia$'anna Leather Co.

Apgar, Wiltiarn L. ..

Bachts I)rug Store i3atchler, (ieorge W. ... Bazinet, T). \r., Inc. I3ecli, John W. ... Bender, Fred

Lallas, (ieorge ..... NlcX{onagle &

....... 14:l ...712 ....., 7+4 ........ 1bi ..... 13tl

Osmun,

......141 ....... 742 Centenary Collegiate lnstitute .... 133 Cloatsr-ille Boiler ]Arorlis ......... 132 Oollege Anrmal Corpora,tion ...... 134 (hrtfitting Collegiate Co. ......... 13it

147

.........

Genelieve Shoppe Glen lllea Room .

llacliettstown Gazette Ilappy Jach Tea Room ljerrick-1,'lowers ...

Hilt, R. H. ....

IToover's

Katz, Louis

I{irsey,Miss..

........ ......... .

.. .

.... ........

Pohatcong Ilosierv Co.

Royle, John & Sons

1.19 .139

150 143 13E

146 149

...l3;

...... .......... ......

150 1B,j 1Bg

13rl

13t

151

Smith, George P. .. Snyder's Dept. Store Strancl Theater .... Suttor, I{oward S. ....

140 140

....... 1i{S ..... :1:18 ......139 .... 148

747

... 142 ....... 14() .... 741 ...,.....144 ....... ....

]'arl<er Stuclio ,

J'late, Theotlore G. .

Easton I'ruit Co.

.. .. .... ...

Pec)rham, Little & Co. ........... "l'eoples National Banh ..........

146 151

Ehlenberger, (ieorge & Co. . ......

A. II. .

Osnun Co.

Cariienter's'Iaxi ..

.l)augherty, George S. & Co. .....

.

N. J. Intcrurban Coach Co. . . . . .. Nolan, Flarry .....

Carlon Shoppe .....

Dairy ntade Ice Cream Co. ......

Rogers

X{illen, Roger . Moffatt, T. C. ct Co. ...

......... 136 ......15t)

144 1:J4

Thomas, Ah'ah

.

llimbrell, C. H. .

... 1,1S .....139 ......... 146

WilUams&Hibler \{tright, T. C. .

........ 149 ...1.3{j

Thomson-nllis Co. ...

131


Compliments of

FRED BENDER

COATESVILLE STEEL BOILERS

CENTENARY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, HACKETTSTOWN, N'

Main Office-MIDDLETOWN' PA.

J.


CENTENARY

COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE JuxroR Cor-r-EcE Er-EvpN

PRepannroRY Scuoor-

CounsEs

ExcEr-leNr EqurpMENT'

OurnooR Sponrs

"For the Girl Who Ceres"

2lr tf

-rrx"

For further

inf ormation ad,rlress:

DR. ROBERT J. TREVORROW President

HACKETTSTOWN, NEW JERSI]Y

133


COLLEGE ANNUAICORPORATION

Ithoirc : \Yisconsiir 7-4161

Printing, Plate Mahing and Bindins

COLLEGIATE OUTFITTING COMPANY \\TILI,IA}I L. MAIIIIIT

H

SCHOOL and COLLEGE DRESSES 33-39 West 34th Street

11th Flour

This Bool:, By fTs Complete 505 FIN'TH AVENIIE

New York City

N]I]\\T YORK CITY

POHATCONG HOSIERY MILLS, INc.

Compliments

of

LADIES

FULL FASHIONED

SILK HOSIERY

MISS KINSEY

X

Cor. Park Ave. & Vairnatta

\\'ashington, N. J.

i34


JOFIN ROYLE dnd SOM PATERSON, NEW JERSEY ?!r tf,

"Jrx Malters of Machinery for the Rubber, Textile, and Engrcving Industries

ATTAINMENT It points to some High Results - - Is a lofty word IT HAS BEEI{ SAID-THAT in Arnerica young people can attain any desired goal if thc.v are rvilling to woi:k harcl for it. I,IOST Otr' I'HOSE-WHO fail to reach their ambition have hacl the iclea that it

not require much effort to attain slrccess. THIB IS A GITAVI] MISTAKE DEMOI{STRATED IN THOUSA]{DS OF C/s-U.q WE &ECOLIIIEND-HARI) WORK and regrllal saving as the great recipe does

for

success.

THE PEOPLES IVATIONAL BANK }IACKETTSTOWN, N. J. l{o,me Th.is Bunli, Erectfto,r of Your Estate Onc,rsrzro 1906

Capital $100,000.00 Surplus $125,000.00 Resources over $2,000,000.00

13.5


Wl{. L. APGAR,

Telephones: 322 ancl 157

Prop.

APGAR'S TAXI DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE CARS FOR ALL OCCASIONS rf

atr

Jex. Our Service WiIl Please You Your Business WiII Please Us

Hackettstown

New Jersey

" The RIGHT Goods at the RIGHT Price at th,e WRIGHT Sto'r'e"

T. C. WRIGHT

Compliments of

SrarroNER

THE LACKAWANNA LEATHER

I.[rlCr<nrrSrOtl.x, N. J.

HacrurrsrowN

Party Goods - Stationery - Magazines Novelties - Greeting Cards

N. J.

Kodak Films One Day Deueloping ancl Print'ing S

Ticltets

CO.

\ar

}{

er'uice

Greyhound Bus Lines Phone 186-W

for

136


THE PARKER STUDIO of

MORRISTO'WN, NEW JERSEY

rt af

.FX.

MADE

THE INDIVIDLTAL PICTURES OF THE SENIOR CI,ASSES AND THE PI,AY PICTURES SHOWN IN THIS BOOK

r37

I


1!ngraving

Embossing

Compliments of

FRED R. STRAND THEATRE

AYR-ES

Pnrxrr.R

The Place f or Selected snd

AxNouNCr,rrruNr-s

Best Entertainment

INr,'n-t,i:roxs PnocR-q.ns

)^f

(l,ltrns

Hackettstown, N. J.

112 GRAND

A\rl,lNtlll

Hackettstor,vn, N. J.

HARRY G. NOLAN Quality Comes Bef ore Price

Boofts, Stationery

Musiccl Inslrumenls Sltorting Coods

il"J,,?.f,*,"s

Cut Glass, Rric-a-Rlac Post Carcls, Papers

Formerhl FI'OCK'S

H

Peliodicals

qcrnllslorvs, N. J.

139

}IAIN

STRE1'1]

Hackettstoi,vn, N. J.

138


..P

BI

B

ID

lf

A B trI"

f,i"'#"1?K3;

H,efle&s those high Standards which

fnclude

message-f,ttingTyp.-

I)r.rr; elimination of rhe guessworkin the Eff.a of rype, illuftrations and,necessaly Mrk.-up for lor combinati ons ; maki ng due Ailo*ance for c/ecorations -- and, all co

R,elerr"nt, and definiteiy linked, ro Kilf.-giving mailing unit.

each

TITOMSDN.BLLIS OOD|PANY "

Pridemark

" Organization

ADVERTISING, SELLING AND MERCHANDISING PLANS

NEW

YORK

.

Tspooonn G. Plnrp, J

BALTIMORE

WASHINGTON

JR.

eweler

K

IIAC]KETTSTOWN, N, J.

Established 1857

?lr atf

"kXr .Il.tcr<orrsrou.x, N. J.

On,e block from, th.e Senr.innrry

ott the Hatclteru

139

Roud,


FLOWERS for Pqrticular People For years rve har-e been producing the Best in Florvers ancl Plants; glowing our own from the best seeds, plants or bulbs obtainable. Grou'ers of choice Roses and all seasona.ble Cut Florvers arrcl Plants. A most complete selection of Annual and Pelennial Plants for landscape r,vork. Choice Corsages, Baskets or Bouquets for every occasion. Remember our flor'vers b)'rvire service. Guarantec'd delivery all over the rvorld. n'resh Bon \royagc Illowers delivered direct to steamship from our lloboken store.

HERRICK .. FLOWERS Branclr Stores Horor<uN, N.

J.

-

Srnouossunc, PA.

Greenh,ouses at

Hacr<r,rrsrowN, Nrw Jensnv Telephone:

100

Somebodg's Birthday? Comytliments of

Call at

GLEN TEA ROOM

Tlrp GpNevrgvp SHoppE 2lf af

,XX

186

MAIN STREET

HACKI]TTSTOWN

Schooleys

NE\\I

,IJIRSFJY

Mountain Road

"The

F

Shop

of Thoughtful Cifts"


CLASS

0f ' 37

TnE CaRLorv SF{oPPE


-ryJ E,H

Comnliments of

m HAPPY JACK

CAR PENTE R'S

TEA ROOM

TAXI

Beatyestou'n, N. J. Phone 906-F-12

171 l{ain Street Hackettstown, N. J.

Phone 59-X

Batchler's Candy Shop GEO. W. BATCHLER, Prop.

TRY OUR

IcE Cngnnl

DELICIOUS

(A

Prod,tLct

of

TRUE FRUITS AND FLAVORS

Cleunliness)

RETAIL 50c QUART

WHOLESALI]

SODIS AIVD SANDWICHES

142


The

STlCK TO IT!

WE

Simple

Truth \\re do not need to exaggela,te ol clcviate irr telling4 of oul

PRESCRIPTIONS Qr-ralit.r. of the highest in clrugs. Il'ofessioiral u,ork that cannot be excellerl. Strict and unfailing corripliancc lr-ith the l'ritten olders.

These

rrles govern us.

BACH'S DRUG STORE ALBERT W. BACH,

Ph.G.

MATN STREI'T

FIA(]K]'TTST0WN, N. J

imum Service llhinirnutn Eare

Deluxe

Special

Coaches

For

A11 Occasions

\Yith Maxirnum Service ancl l,Iinimum Fares tr'

o

r F u.ll P

r

n' L icu,l,a

v'

s-C ull

W

eL

sh i tt gt

ot

t

229

N. J. INTERURBAN COACH CO. I)aily I,l

Service

aston-Phill ipsburg-\\rash

in

gton-Hackettstorvn

I:eirvâ&#x201A;Źs l-Tiritecl Bus I)cpot, Northampton Stleet, EASTON, PA

lller.-v flour on the Hclur


D.

V. BAZINET, Drg Coods

tr

INc.

Itlovelties

Cgmnasium Outfits

ContTtl,iments of

HOOVER'S "The Quality Shoplte"

2it iql

2tf

,X>, 1226 Amsterdam Ave.

New York City

atr

,kX" 162

MAIN STREET

Hackettstown, N. J.

LOUIS KATZ Established 186i

R. C. HILL FINE, CAKE

Cleaner and Dyer

ExpEnr FuRnrEn

BREAD and ROLLS

}^f

113 BROADWAY Paterson, N. J.

211

I{AIN

STREET

Hackettstorvn, N. J.


THE ATLANTIC HOTEL SUPPLY CO., Inc. JAMES E. KOOSER,

President

416-418 WEST l4r:E_ STREET

Npw YoRK, N. Y.

?tf

-att

"XX"

Purveyors of meats, poultry, and game to all firet class hotels, dining cars, steamships, and summer resorts, etc. Deliveries guaranteed to any part of the United States and Canada.

t


Fhone

172-M

Mitcheli BldE.

Cottt plitncttlx ,,f

"The

Store

With a

Conscience"

DAIRY MADE ICtr CREAM COMPANY

C. H. TIMBRELL ENNa Jerrrcr Snops

?tf Tf JrX

and.

Mp.N's CLorHrNc

l),t'rrinsox, N. J.

174

IIAIN

STREI,IT

Flackettstor.vn,

N. J.

ALBRIGHT-YEAKEL, INC. Successors to

A. H. OSMUN C

eneral Building 411 GRAND

C

NErGHeoun's Ganlcr

Invites the Patronage of the Public

ontractor

2tt atr ,kX

AVENI]I'

ITackettstorrn. N. J. Telephone

:

STORAGE

41 6

Oil, Casoline, Tires,

Accessories

110 I,TAIN STREI'T I

t46

lackcttston rr,

-\.

,1.


The Hackettstown Gazette, Inc. The Purveyor of Local l,lews and Best

Advertising Medium

in

'{his Vicinitg

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