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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER. FRIDAY, -FEBRUARY 10. 1922.
Tb Brattleboro High School News Corner 1 Philip Wheeler has just received a let ter from his French correspondent telling of the presentation of Moliere' s plays throughout France, in honor of the play wright's oOOth anniversary. The letter; also contained n large portrait of Moliere. j This portrait also is posted on the French bulletin board. Sporting News Editors for This Issue: EWTOK-IN-CHIKF IMiilip II. Wheeler ASSISTANT EDITORS Helen WimkI worth Howard Inderwood Elizabeth Cmlcrwaotl EDITOKIAL. Bd'dorial Experience Valuable. e value oi uie persouui iiin-nvmi.- l 'ORE THROAT ) Gargle then MO Gargle with warm salt water then apply over tnroat J vapoRub Over 17 Million Jan Used Yearly The News Corner has with the idea that '"the editing the school notes of the Brattle- school by placing the ..Ultimate as well boro high m-!w1 has become very appar- as the more important facts of school life f cut to the members of the second period before the public senior English class, which has edited been published fhe News Corner in The Reformer the more people know the more they want to first h;ilf t)f the second year. One of the know" about Brattleboro high school, and chief values has been that of the oppor- that the deeper their interest is the better tiinity for self expression. Another well the school will be. CLASS IN BIOLOGY ., VISITS MILK PLANT worth while value has been that of the chance to ,t into practical application the principles of editorial writing and iournnlism which the members (f the English class have been taught, and which will be remembered by them much longer for having the experience of put-; ting this book knowledge into practical ap plication. Another reason for the senior English class to be thankful for having had the opportunity to take complete charge of the school notes is the oppor tunity which they have had to serve the j i uni mil niniiTTT - 1 LUULUW UUINItl I i IN COMEDY ROLE I TODAY PRINCESS Sees All Processes Through Which Milk (Joes Before Sold to Consumers New I'Lin for ilr.ldill!?. The inendrf-rs of the biology classes and -Brand of Basketball" They sevc The pupils of B. II. S. "should make a special effort t; attend the game Satur day night between Rutland and Brattlo- lKro. Rutland has always been our keenest rival in athletic sports. Our ath letic contests with her are the big games f the season. So far this season land can boast of the advantage by mi ll other members of the school en joyed a very pleasant trip to the tnilk plant Wednesday afternoon, where they saw jill the processes that milk goes through before it is sold to the people. ' They first visited- the room where the milk is brought, in in the large cans from the farmers. The milk is poured from these large cans into a large container But-'ami weighed. Each farmer has a lxttio with a number on it in w lucu a sample of his milk is put to be tested later. Played Last Night Huge Joke r , ATHLETICS WIN , BY 60-18 SCORE son of her football victories. Here is i'rom this vat the milk is run into large the chance for our first come-back this vler. where the milk is cooled at once. t. i.pfw,i turned 1 he milK runs in at the top ami runs uownj, -" : !.,. M...l ;! , vesr. Lust vear a tny ilia n-.i.io i-itli T?ntbim1 nnil their r l"l" it'i hit f,tu.. ............. - ' t)l'llie. that are filled with chilled HALL & FARWELL 'A GOOD 1L.U E TO EAT" cheers went a long way toward the un- The milk is then doing of the upstate boys. Let's pack that 'pnsteurizatirn tanks i !.. .rtW. ;r. !f which run ooile CUt I 1 lll .VVUUll umivi i w oif,oi t SATURDAY NIGHT Hot Waffles with Pure Vermont Maple Syrup SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPER SPECIAL Chicken a la Kini? and Hot -Waffles run into the large through the center I pipes into which steam is passed. Cold water is then It is good sportsmanship not to roar through these pipes to . cool the , , 1 , ,, ' ., milk again. u he milk is then drawn the roof off when a fellow from the other iif() the larg(V 7,lik oans an(1 ,,iaoe(i m tea tn" is shooting, a basket trom a toul water Until it is ready to be bottled. that our team has committed. The bottle room is a separate rHm by , . i itself. In this room the bottles are . , , , T. , , -t! washed. There, too, is the machine that I Saturday! Baseball . tHU tli0 t,,, !Uld ;.aps tlu.nl. The milk Rutland. Remember how we trimmed j( ,, paC(,,i ; ,.asf.s ton,y for delivery. them last year? Let's all go. I A huge amount of the milk that K brought to the milk plant is sold at whde- t- tr, V:ie:iti.in is nlmost sale and shipped in carloads to Boston, li t i i ... ..:..f (iloucester and Springfield, here. Let s make a little sprint in our Mp Krfis( thp' ,.,.,.,- f ,lo plnnt. 'work and finish strong. explained iu a very interesting fashion , 'to the class all the different processes iu Have you noticed how clean the floors the care of the milk, lie also gave have been the last two weeks? A pretty them the history of th plant. ,v.,.:.,f ...r, ..f ,,.i..- L.nn" n lmve When the milk plant first began to de- i under ''Colonel" Lindsey's direction. V. Dulilevy Shakes His Man by Disap pearing from View - Oakes Cages Ball Wliile Lying on Floor Cadets Beat Celtics 18 to IS. ' A crowd of about 20 basketball fans witnessed a basketball three-act comedy in Festival hall last evening, when the local Athletics furnished the basketball and scored 0 points, Avhile the Ludlow team was furnishing the comedy and scoring IS points. The fans seemed to enjoy it immensely as it furnished a THEATRE BETTY GOMPSON IN- ii The Law and the Woman 19 break in the series of hot basketball j : 1 1 !! The coming isi of The Iial will be of spec ial interest to all of us, because it deals entirely with Vermont. IIHill HONORS CONFEBKEO. SATURDAY CANDY SPECIALS SehraiTt's Bine Banner Chocolates Bell's Oid-Fashioned Chocolates Bell's Peppermint Patties 44d 29C 39e un rnitiE seven I5's f.: V IF YOU HxVA'E NEVER USED . ictorv Cream WE WANT YOU TO TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE Fill in the blank below and present it at our store. If you wish your bottle sent you by parcel post, enciose 5c in stamps for mailing. Seven Students Berehe Sihcr B Points in Betail. ! At a speeial assembly Vcdncsd:iy g yc. Carerly gave silvi'r 1 s to spidents. This tirt award of the i- the year 1U-2 was based on th" work of sop:dioiu,re, junior, and halt ot the senior year. The scholarship for th" lirst hall of tli' present year was not included. Before giving the B's Mr. 'avtrly emphasizel the fact that this B was one of the greatest honr.rs the indi vidual student could receive and tl'at in mo-t cases only the "most faithful and deserving" were so honored. The following students were awarded the silver B: Mary IMtterti-ld. l'or scholarship points, junior editor of Tie Dial '-. senior edit. r ..t" The lial T. spi i ial w rk f'r teacher-training depart ment making a total of 1 points: Marion Laughton. ''SI Scholarship s points, junior editor of Tii' lial U. senior Root's Pharmacy, Gentlemen: I have never used VICTORY CREAM for chapped hands Please give me a one ounce trial bottle free of charge. Signed Date Root's Pharmacy The Store With the Stock. club '. Student oiinc'l 1. calist French ; t ticn'ios j leader making a total of H paints :t F-dwin I.iiuNey. ''J"' Assistant business manager of The llial " points, track ath letics 1. nssist.int business manager of track team 1. Student Council -'J, letter in foot hill I athletics editor of The Iial 1'.;., iimking a tr-tal of 1(3 points; Wil lhnn Moreton. '1 Sdndarship iHints. president senir ,lass president junior class track ath1eti-s 1. business man ager of The lial l'i.. treasurer of French club '-j. calisthenics biider making 11' points; Helen Wood worth. "22 . Scholaivhij) 4 points. Student Council junior editor i.f The lial French Mub! ( special work ) 1 j. senior editor of The Iial 1 '-j. secretary S. A. S. 1. making a total of l'J points; Kugenc Mornn, '21 Letter in football '2 points, letter in track 2, parallel bar team 'j. Student Council ;;. calisthenics leader 1 -j. letter in football 15. Student Council I, making a total of 12 points: Buth Beed. Jt Scholarship points. Student Council French club (special work) editor of The I Hal 1. calisthenics leader 'j. secretary of French club 1, making a total of 11 points. livtr milk in Brattleboro it was putting tuit .0 quarts of milk a day. At the present time it delivers more than 7(H) quarts a day. All of the milk is brought to the plant daily by the farmers. Only about ." per cent of the milk that i-- brought to the plant is pasteurized, the rest being shipped away in carloads. The I reason tor paMe'iriying n:,ik and cream is t; keep it sweet longer and lenve it free from dangerous germs. Milk that is ! not patcuried will keep sv eef three or four days ami cream that is pasteurized will keep a week unless it is allowed to remain in a warm place. The milk that i- separated also is pasteurized and the sk'in milk is soM tack to the farmers fir feeding purposes. The best Cuernsev milk is kept and delivered in Brattleboro. All milk that comes to the plant is tested each month for butterfat ami sediment. Bvery two months the state tests the milk for bac teria. At tly present time the farmers are paid by weight test. In the spring a new method will be introduced in which the milk will be graded A. 1'.. and C. Milk in the A cln-s will receive a bonus, B milk will receive the regular price, and C milk will be kept separate and made into by-products. The class enjoyed the trip , very . much. The visit was made possil le by the cour tesy of Mr. Frest. r , , .... . i. ' ( i .' --' I games that Manager Whitney has been staging here aud gave the taus a comeny , t treat instead. " Out of fairness to Manager Whitney it should be said that he Ludlow man-'! ager promised to put on a team which could play real basketball, but it stems that the real basketball they" play in Ludlow is different from that which they j j! plav here under the same name The THE LAW that blindly ground an, innocent man in the dust. ' THE WOMAN who fought for him, dared for him, lifted him up. THE STORYi-filled with a hundred thrills and the lure of lovely Betty Compson. From "The Woman in the Case," the Great Play bv Clyde Fitch . ; - . INTERNATIONAL NEWS " "Handy Hubby" Comedy Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c Evening 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c " " TOMORROW DUSTIN FARNUM , : .. " -in- ' ' ': "The Primal Law" 1 m i. Ludlow manager has an alibi, however, j; an4l he claims that his two best men, j j Hastings aud Keenau, were unable to i come. The game was a joke from the open ing whistle, the locals annexing eight points before the Ludlow team even got a chance shot at the basket. By the time the period was over the bx-als had :V2 points wliile the Ludlow boys had ink- m 1 During the second A thrilling story of adventure and mystery in the West " "Aint Love Grand" Comedy . r I'ersonS. Kennetli Martin has been absent from school this week. Blva Callni has been absent on ac count of in urnlfcia. F.lva Carry has U'en absent because of illness the last week. Buth Beed. who has been ill with-intestinal grip, has returned to school. Olive Caprou returned to school Thurs day after having been ill three days with blood p usoning. period "Batch" lbinlevv began to have a haunted fel- ir.g. his guard sticking to him like glue. After having run around the hall some 20 odd times in the attempt to shake him. "Batch" gave it up as a bad job and b't the other boys do the shooting. "Joker" Oakes also featured in this pe riod with some classy basket shooting while flat on his back en the floor. The score at the end of the period stod 4 to V2. In the third period the locals got tired of shooting baskets, so "Burn" Duulcvy took the ball and let the whole Ludlow team chase him around in the hope of getting "Batch's" guard tired. It didn't wnrl.- however, aim MlQUCmy litlC4i disappeared down the stairs. lor iiuuie or two play went on wiiu iny, j; imrd wiitihing at the head of the stairs- ( or nalciis return. ineu no- iwni ;( 'or ward shot in through the vide d-or I ind went down the hall with In guard 13 feet behind in hot pursuit, tins rat tled the guard a bit and 'latehw naueu basket while tbe crowil yelieit uscii hoarse. For the rest of the period the bovs took a shot now and then, but for the most part contented themselves with letting all the Ludlow boys have a snoi . r.i I .......... lU .-. IV or two. 1 ne nnui scour nai ve ' k'j a. The summary : ATIILKTICS. held 1'BLNCII l'K'Tl'KKS BOSTLB. Bccognitioti of Tcrcentenarj- of Birth of Clay wright Moliere. This year is the tercentenary of the l inn ot .Moncre. me great r rencii play wright. On the French bulletin board are i pteton of the presentation of Ie Mnlad1 Iinagmaire and The Cheats (.f Seapin. two of his plajs which were presented recently at Smith college by the French department there. School Notes of Interest. A meeting of the Badio clulr was last, night at 7.13 in the radio room. Many members of the senior class have received invitations t the Kake Walk of the I'niversity of Vermont. At the last Commercial club meeting held fen. aDout H ot the ciuh niem ibcrs with Miss Blazicr and Miss .Tette hiked to Alton Lynde's farm, where they ate a picnic lunch. After supper they sang ami played games. After a good tune coasting, the members walked bona 'again. An automatic receiving teller machine 'Which is operated bv the Brattlebriro Trust C-o. to encourage thrift, has been placet I in the ha'l on the lirst floor of the histh school building. From this niacin m can be lMught stamps of one-, five-, 1(1 and -.eem denomination, t. ards on which to place the stamps can b ob tained from the Hl'nv downstairs. Wh the cards ariuil or partlv lull they may be taken to the bank nnd de-siteil or tl money w ithdrawn. The machine was well patronized by itie pupils of the grades am high school the lirst day. S3E r- Pequot Sheets (81x90) $1.59 WEST BRATTLEBORO TOxMORROW Matinee 2.30. Admission: Children 10c, Adults 20c Evenino- 7 and 8.45. Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c F. Dunlevy, rf, Oakes. If. Saw in. e. Whitnev. rg. B. Dunlevy, !g Totals. Ballard, lg. Calmer, rg. I'ickard. c, Smith. If. Holland, if. Totals. Beferee. B. FIs. Bts 1 0 '2 ir. o l 24 3 t 1" :o o oo LUDLOW. B. F's. Bts tl 0 I 1 0 0 :; :i s t ' 7 4 IS Ounn: timer, llune; time, 13-, 10- and 13-minute periods. Tn the lireliniinarv ' local league game the Cadets defeated the Celtics IS to Bi. The Cadet got. away witn a goxi leau in the first period and ftayed nheid throughout the game. Smith. Bobbins and Fleming played well for the Celtics, Old-Fashioned Chocolates 25c pound They, arc fine. Molasses, Peanut Butter and Assorted Kisses, 25 lb. SchrafTts Chocolates . 49V lb. Climax Chocolates . . ........... ... 1 49 lb. ' Buy them by the box . . . . . . . 2 for 5 pounds J. E. BUSHNELL : 91 Elliot Street Read The Reformer Advertisements Today Dress Ginghams, 27-inch 14? 'All Lfnen Crash, short lengths, Cotton Crash, fancy border, 9c ' Ladies' Handkerchiefs, ail Dure linen Ladies' Sport Hcse, heather mixture, 59c Turkish Towels, extra heavy, 29? Shirting IMadras, 36-inch, 29c Lockwood Cotton, 40-inch, ; ' ' . 17d ' 'Men's Hose, black and cordovan, 19 Fruit of the Loom Cotton, 36-inch, 19 F. W. KUECH & COMPANY !Iiss Ielia Smith has been ill in her home Iu-re for several days. Harold Dalrymple has been confined to his home several dajs with a severe cohl. Miss Marion Dalrvinple returiif Wednesday from Siringtihl, Mass., where she visited six weeks witli rela tives. James Bedding of Hinsdale. X. II.. who is in the .Melrose hospital with a fractured hip, caused by slipping on the ice near his home, remains about the same. Mrs. Bay Livingstone, nurse, is caring for him. Baymond Shlppee has been discharged from the Melrose hospital, where he had been receiving medical treatment several months. He has gone to the home of Mrs. George Mather on Western avenue to board for the present. The women of the Congregational church served im excellent supper last evening in the chapel to a large number of people. The uienu consisted of baked barn, mashed potato, salads, hot rolls, ice cream, cake and coffee. The ccnunittee in charge consisted of Mrs. V. H. Alex ander, chairman. Mrs. J. O. Johnson, Mrs. H. F. "Weather head and Mrs. ITiny Chase. i (Continued on Cage 0.) . J . . ' . ' " , I MCRAE : ; I Must Sell Must Sell 25 Off " Suits Furnishings DC.MMEItSTON. K. H. Brown went Sunday to Win oosk'i to visit his son, Harry. j The Orange w-il hold a dance Friday, evening. Feb. 17. A g'Md supper will be perved and Snow's orchestra will furnish music. j The Birthday club met with Mrs. Mary Bay Wednesday and had a pleas ant and enjoyable meeting. The next meeting will be held in May. The Grange held a regular faceting Tuesday evening with a good attendance. There was an excellent program in charge of Miss Clara Evans. Owing to tbe resignation of Mrs. Walker there will be an election to the office of treas-. liter at the meeting Bcb. -1. Overcoats Some Saving on Goods Not Bought for Sal e M Who Has What He Advertises And Advertises What He Has