Saturday, February 13, 2016

January 1907 Issue of "The High School Breeze" of Milo High School at Milo, Maine


January 1907 issue of "The High School Breeze", published by the students of Milo High School at Milo, Maine.

Approximately 9-3/4" by nearly 7", with 32 pages, of which several of 10 consist of advertising, as well as advertisements on the inside front cover, inside back cover and back cover.

The issue was dedicated to the teachers of Milo High School.  They're shown in the photograph below.


Two pages consist of a photograph of the principal, John L. Dyer, and the assistant, Gertrude M. Parsons.










Below, a list of members of the Class of 1907, plus a list of class officers


E. Ethel BishopEdna A. Packard
Della M. ClarkeBessie E. Snow
Mary L. IngallsLizzie Shaw
Maribel LevensalorLinne A. Ryder
Charles W. Leonard

Below, read some fun facts about the members in the two pages.



Students Enrolled:  Note: they are all shown in alphabetical lists farther below.


The new high school building:


The title page:


Mary L. Ingalls, Editor-in-Chief
Bessie E. Snow, Assistant Editor-in-Chief
Linnie A. Ryder, Alumni Editor
Charles W. Leonard, Business Manager

Surnames in the Issue:  Note: Some may be duplicates, and some may be from the Class of 1906, as the photograph of the football team is from that year, not 1907.

?FFord [2]MMcGuireSScripture
?Foss [2]McLeodShaw [6]
?Freese/Freeze [2]McNamaraSherburne
BardenGGenthnerMcNaughtenSnow [4]
Bishop [4]GodsoeMegquire [2]Stanchfield [2]
BlackGould [10]Mills [2]Steward
Blodgett [2]Gubtil [2]Mitchell [2]Stone
BolsterHHager [2]Monroe [2]Stuart
BrackettHallMooers [3]TTabor
Bradeen [2]HamlinMoore [4]Tibbetts
Brown [5]Hanscom [2]NNesbettWWard [2]
ChaseHeathPPackard [4]Waterhouse
ChristieHendersonPaddockWebster
Clark [2]HobbsParsonsWells
Clarke [3]HodgkinsPerham [3]White
ClementHolbrook [2]PerrigoWilder
CranmoreHorne [5]PineoWiley
CrommettIIngalls [5]Pooler
CunninghamInmanPotter [2]
CushmanJJonesRR ?
Daggett [3]KKittredge [2]Ramsdell
DavisLLeonard [7]Remmick
DayLevensalor [2]Rhodes
Deane [2]LivermoreRicker [4]
Doble [4]Lovejoy [3]Riggs
DonaldLuceRollins
Drinkwater [2]Lyford [2]Rowe [3]
DyerRyder [3]

People Mentioned in the Issue, from tidbits found throughout:

Note: Again, some people mentioned may have been from the previous year, as the photograph of the football team is from 1906, not 1907.
  • C. & S., Class of 1907, poem, page 19
  • Minnie Mae, quip on page 24; perhaps Minnie Potter
  • Carl, quip on page 24
  • Stella Barden, Class of 1909
  • E. Ethel Bishop, Class of 1907; essay "Education", page 14; quip on page 23
  • Miss Bishop, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Melvin Bishop, Class of 1896; in the station at Blanchard, Maine
  • Byron Bishop, Class of 1902; employed in the B. & A. Station at Dover, Maine
  • Austin Black, Class of 1900; practicing medicine in Philadelphia
  • George Blodgett, Class of 1910; tuition scholar from Sebec; possibly the Blodgett who was right guard on the football team; quip, page 23
  • Blodgett, right guard on the football team; photograph on page 17
  • Mr. Fred Bolster, contractor of the new high school building
  • Elwood Brackett, Class of 1898; clerking in grocery store of M. G. Brackett
  • Cora Bradeen, Class of 1898; employed in the office of the Boston Excelsior Co., at Milo, Maine
  • Samuel Bradeen, Class of 1905; working for Am. Thread
  • Ethel Brown, Class of 1895; married surname Thomas; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Royal Brown, Class of 1899; lives at home at Orneville, Maine
  • Leon Brown, Class of 1901; graduate of the University of Maine Law School; has a law practice at Milo, Maine
  • Donald Brown, Class of 1901; drives on one of the R.F.D. routes
  • Clinton Brown, Class of 1902; lives at Milo, Maine
  • Daniel Chase, Class of 1908 at University of Maine; coached the football team
  • Dan Christie, Class of 1899; lives at home at Orneville, Maine
  • Miss Clark, Class of 1907, "should eat Grape-Nuts for her nerves to enable her to stand still long enough to have her picture taken; teacher at Milo High School; 
  • Miss Clark, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Della M. Clarke, Class of 1907; "should eat Grape-Nuts for her nerves to enable her to stand still long enough to have her picture taken"; quip on page 23
  • Bertha Clarke, Class of 1901; graduate of Shaw's  Business College, Bangor,  Maine; works in the grocery store of B. F. Clarke
  • Eva Clarke, Class of 1909
  • Elton Clement, Class of 1903; working with his father in their studio on Elm Street, Milo, Maine
  • Jennie Cranmore, Class of 1902; lives at home
  • Arthur Crommett, Class of 1909; presumably the Crommett who was a substitute on the football team
  • Mertie Cunningham, Class of 1904; married surname Huntington; lives at Dexter, Maine
  • Annie Cushman, Class of 1910; quip on page 23
  • Georgia Daggett, Class of 1906; taking post graduate course in French and German at Milo High School
  • Florence Daggett, Class of 1898; married surname Daggett; lives at Wollaston, Massachusetts
  • Ruth Daggett, Class of 1910; quip on page 23
  • Bessie Davis, Class of 1910
  • Agnes Day, Class of 1908; quip on page 24
  • Forest Deane, Class of 1908
  • Carl Deane, Class of 1909
  • E. Howard Doble, M.D., Class of 1896; spending the winter in a sporting camp a few miles above Presque Isle, Maine
  • Rose Doble, Class of 1903; at home
  • Frank Doble, Class of 1909
  • Lawrence Doble, Class of 1910
  • Huldah Donald, Class of 1908; quip on page 23
  • Drinkwater, catcher on the baseball team; possibly the Drinkwater shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Ralph Drinkwater, Class of 1909; presumably the Drinkwater who was a catcher on the baseball team and a quarterback on the football team; in photograph of the football team on page 17; quip on page 24
  • John L. Dyer, Principal of Milo High School; new this year
  • Helen Ford, Class of 1898; stenographer for Babson & Co., at Foxcroft, Maine
  • Antoinette Ford, Class of 1899; employed in the millinery department of Whitten & Taylor
  • Edith Foss, Class of 1901; married surname Kittredge; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Lyle Foss, Class of 1909
  • Helen Freese, Class of 1908; tuition scholar from Sebec; quip on page 24; wrote the "Locals" column on pages 21 and 22
  • Elizabeth Freeze, Class of 1906; teaching at Sebec Corner, Sebec, Maine
  • Carl Genthner, Class of 1908; presumably the Genthner who played left field for the baseball team and full back and left half back for the football team - in photograph of football team on page 17
  • Godsoe, substitute on the football team
  • D. Gould, second baseman on the baseball team
  • Harry Gould, Class of 1909; presumably the H. Gould who was third baseman on the baseball team and right half back on the football team; in a photograph of the football team on page 17; elected captain for the football team for the upcoming year
  • Abbie Gould, Class of 1904; attending Normal School at Presque Isle, Maine
  • Dana Gould, Class of 1906; employed in the Spool Mill of Am. Thread Co.
  • Marjorie Gould, quip on page 24
  • Alice Gould, Class of 1908; quip on page 24
  • Maurice Gould, Class of 1908
  • Willis Gould, Class of 1908; presumably the W. Gould who played left tackle on the football team; in photograph of football team on page 17; quip on page 24
  • Virginia Gould, Class of 1909; quip on page 24
  • Marjorie Gould, Class of 1910
  • Gubtil, substitute on the baseball team; possibly the Gubtil who was a right end and full back on the football team; shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Gubtil, right end and full back on the football team; photograph on page 17
  • Eva Hager, Class of 1906; clerking at Batchelor and Sawyer's, Dover, Maine
  • Grace Hager, Class of 1906; at home
  • Mittie Hall, Class of 1901; at home
  • Sally Hamlin, Class of 1910
  • Katharine Hanscom, Class of 1896; stenographer for the Am. Woolen Co., Dover, Maine
  • Grace Hanscom, Class of 1899; employed in the office of the Kineo Trust Co.
  • Superintendent Heath; has improved the standard of the school to that of any school in the State
  • Dicea Henderson, Class of 1908; quip on page 24
  • W. H. Hobbs, Class of 1895, cashier at a winter hotel, the Pinehurst, in North Carolina
  • Nora Hodgkins, Class of 1895; married surname Ladd; lives in East Dover, Maine
  • Alfreda Holbrook, Class of 1899; married surname Fabrian; lives at Milo Junction, Maine
  • Rose Holbrook, Class of 1903; at home
  • Horne, right fielder on the baseball team; possibly the Horne shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Horne, left end on the football team; possibly the Horne in the photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Horne, left half back on the football team; possibly the Horne in the photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Horne; right end on the football team; possibly the Horne in the photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Maurice Horne, Class of 1908; possibly the Horne who was right fielder on the baseball team and also a player on the football team; in group photograph page 17
  • Mary L. Ingalls, Class of 1907; Editor-in-Chief of "The Breeze"
  • Miss Ingalls, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Lovina Ingalls, Class of 1904; graduate of Doe's Business College, Bangor, Maine; stenographer for Heath & Andrews, Lawyers, Augusta, Maine
  • Mollie Ingalls, quip on page 24; possibly Mary L. Ingalls ?
  • Helen Ingalls, Class of 1909
  • Inman, quarter back on the football team
  • Martha Jones, Class of 1896; married surname Prescott; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Susie Kittredge, Class of 1896; lives in Bangor, Maine
  • Melvin Kittredge, Class of 1906; working for Dannis & Co.
  • Charles W. Leonard, Class of 1907; Business Manager of "The Breeze"; captain of the football team; right tackle; in a photograph of the football team on page 17; quip on page 23
  • Mr. Leonard, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Ralph Leonard, Class of 1898; at Lake View, Maine
  • Jennie Leonard, Class of 1898; married surname Suttrell; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Florence Leonard, Class of 1904; working in the post office at Milo Junction
  • Guy Leonard, Class of 1905; working at Milo Junction
  • Irma Leonard, Class of 1910
  • Maribel Levensalor, Class of 1907; quip on page 23
  • Ellen Levensalor, Class of 1910
  • Alice Livermore, Class of 1909; quip on page 24
  • Miss Iris Lovejoy, Class of 1906; taking post graduate course in French and German
  • Clara Lovejoy, Class of 1903; married surname Cottle; lives at Milo, Maine
  • Ruby Lovejoy, Class of 1910
  • Willie Luce, Class of 1910; quip on page 24
  • Edith Lyford, Class of 1901; married surname Smith; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Albert Lyford, Class of 1910
  • Albert McGuire, Class of 1910
  • Elizabeth McLeod, Class of 1898; married surname Stewart; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Lulu McNamara, Class of 1904; lives at home
  • Alta McNaughten, Class of 1910; quip on page 24
  • Mr. E. C. Megquire, former principal of Milo High School, is teaching at South Portland, Maine
  • Albert Megquire, quip on page 24
  • Mills, "in the box" on the baseball team
  • Charles Mills, Class of 1906; employed in the Spool Mill of Am. Thread Co.
  • Clara Mitchell, Class of 1895; married surname Sherburne; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Mae Mitchell, Class of 1895; married surname Stanchfield; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Guy Monroe, Class of 1905; working at Milo Junction
  • Rex Monroe, Class of 1909; quip on page 24
  • Allen Mooers, manager of the baseball team and possibly the Mooers who was the shortstop; possibly the Mooers who was left end on the football team and shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Mooers, left end on the football team, photograph on page 17
  • Lewis Mooers, Class of 1909
  • Herbert Moore, manager of the football team; in photograph of the football team on page 17
  • H. Moore, left guard on the football team
  • Allen Moore, Class of 1906; clerking for R. M. Ingalls clothing store
  • Herbert Moore, Class of 1908; quip on page 24
  • Aleen Nesbett, Class of 1906; working in the dry goods store of her uncle, F. E. McIntosh
  • Edna A. Packard, Class of 1907; quip on page 24
  • Miss Packard, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Hattie Packard, Class of 1905; clerking in Collins Dry Goods store
  • Ida Packard, Class of 1909
  • Myrtle Paddock, Class of 1905; teaching at Sebec, Maine
  • Gertrude M. Parsons, Assistant to the Principal at Milo High School; her second term with Milo High School
  • Perham, center on the football team, photograph on page 17
  • Maud Perham, quip on page 23
  • Earl Perham, Class of 1909; possibly the Perham who was a center on the football team and is shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17; quip on page 23
  • Susie Perrigo, Class of 1901; lives in Bangor, Maine
  • Bert Pineo, Class of 1898; clerk for Marsh & Ayer, Lumbermen, at Chamberlain Lake, Maine
  • Merita Pooler, Class of 1909
  • Cora Potter, Class of 1903; married surname Hall; lives at Milo, Maine
  • Minnie Potter, Class of 1909
  • Miss R., Class of 1908, "perhaps it would be well if Miss R., '08, were sent back to the Kindergarten and taught how to pronounce 'perpendicular'"; presumably Sadie Riggs
  • Carroll Ramsdell, Class of 1895; lives in Milo, Maine
  • Roscoe Remmick, Class of 1899; no report from him
  • Lydia Rhodes, Class of 1905; teaching at Williamsburg, Maine
  • Silas Ricker, Class of 1902; lives in Milo,  Maine
  • Kate Ricker, Class of 1903; at home
  • Henry Ricker, Class of 1909
  • George Ricker, Class of 1910
  • Sadie Riggs, Class of 1908; tuition student from Lake View; quip on page 24; presumably the Miss R., Class of 1908 "perhaps it would be well if Miss R., '08, were sent back to the Kindergarten and taught how to pronounce 'perpendicular'"
  • Edrie Rollins, Class of 1908; quip on page 23
  • Ralph Rowe, Class of 1908
  • George Rowe, Class of 1908
  • John Rowe, Class of 1910
  • Linnie A. Ryder, Class of 1907; Alumni Editor of "The Breeze"
  • Miss Ryder, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • John Ryder, Class of 1900; hunting
  • Ruth Scripture, Class of 1910
  • Lizzie Shaw, Class of 1907
  • Miss Shaw, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Shaw, first baseman on the baseball team
  • Amy Shaw, Class of 1901; graduate of Shaw's Business College, Bangor, Maine; stenographer in Am. Thread Co. office
  • Lizzie Shaw, quip on page 24
  • Agnes Shaw, Class of 1910; quip on page 24
  • Arthur Sherburne, Class of 1898; graduate of the School of Pharmacy at Buffalo, New York; clerking in a drug store at Enfield, Maine
  • Bessie E. Snow, Class of 1907; Assistant Editor-in-Chief of "The Breeze"
  • Miss Snow, teacher at Milo High School; in group photograph on page 8
  • Irving Snow, Class of 1902; graduate of Shaw's Business College; lives at Milo, Maine
  • Annie Snow, Class of 1910; quip on page 24
  • Glenn Stanchfield, Class of 1909; captain and centerfielder of the baseball team; presumably the Stanchfield who was a substitute on the football team and is shown in a photograph of the football team on page 17; quip on page 24
  • Stanchfield, substitute on the football team; in a photograph of the football team on page 17
  • Freda Steward, Class of 1910
  • Charles Stone, Jr., Class of 1898; graduate of University of Maine in the Class of 1903; Chief Chemist for the Southern Steel Co. at Rising Fawn, Georgia
  • Mr. Stuart, General Superintendent of Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Company
  • Hattie Tabor, Class of 1910
  • Clarence Tibbetts, Class of 1910
  • Eva Ward, Class of 1902; married surname Thompson; lives at Milo, Maine
  • Duane Ward, Class of 1910
  • Stanley Waterhouse, Class of 1910
  • Pearl Webster, Class of 1910
  • Perley Wells, Class of 1910
  • Henrietta White, Class of 1908; quip on page 24
  • Frank Wilder, Class of 1900; lives at home
  • Flora Wiley, Class of 1906; at home







































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