Aldrich High School - Reminder Yearbook (Lakewood, RI)
- Class of 1938
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS
LCDCKWOCDD and ALDRICH
WARWICK MCMXXXVIII RHODE ISLAND
WARREN A. SHERMAN
Schools in Warwick
HORACE E. HOBBS
Aldrich and Lockwood
Iunior-Senior High Schools
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Mn. CHARLES A. SCHURMAN
Iames T. Lockwood High School
Another school year has passed successfully and
happily under the wise guidance of our principal.
Mr. Schurman. His friendly advice is given freely to
all members of Lockwood, and we feel very secure in
our niche in Rhode Island education under his able
MISS HELEN E. MILLER
on as advisor led to the
success of our activities, We,
the class of 1938,
gratefully dedicate this book.
First Row: Miss McCabe, Mr. Downs, Miss Wallace, Mr. Flanagan, Miss H. Miller, Mr. Grilfiri,
Mr. Schurman, Mr. Herrick, Miss Scott, Mr. McGiveney, Miss Tillinghast, Miss Gould.
Second How: Miss Burns, Miss Mitchell, Miss L. Miller, Miss Thayer, Miss Baron, Miss Compston,
Miss Willard, Miss Koralewsky, Miss Mears, Miss Mulligan, Miss Daily, Miss Demers, Miss Tew.
Third Row: Mr. Morse, Mr. Horsey, Mr. Carroll, Mr. Barker, Mr. Hoffman. Mr. Nordyke, Mr. Wedlock.
Mr, Fernald, Mr. Barber, Mr. Campbell. Mr. Taylor.
We students of Lockwood are very proud of our
faculty. Always sympathetic, their aid in classes and
extra-curricular affairs makes school an especially
THE FACULTY OF LOCKWOOD IUNIOR-SENIOR
HORACE E. HOBBS. B.S., M.A.
University ot New Hampshire, Columbia University. University oi Tennessee. University oi Chicago.
Harvard University, George Washington University
CHARLES A. SCHURMAN. B.S.
University of New Hampshire, Brcwn University, R. I. C. E.
SAMUEL R. BARBER
Gorham Normal School
Shop, Emergency Corp Adviser
PHILIP M. BARKER. IR.
R. I. School ol Design
Shop. Coach ol Cross Country
DOROTHY E. BARON. A.B.
Pembroke, Brown University
Bioloqy. Chemistry, General Science
ELOISE A. BURNS, B.S.
R. I. State College
Mathematics, Social Studies, English, 8th Grade Class
RAYMOND W. CARROLL. B.S. -
Brown University, R. I. State College, R. I. C. E.
General Science, Intra-mural Activities, Golf Coach
DOROTHY I. COMPSTON. B.S.
R. I. State
Clothing, Home Economics Club Adviser
I-IAZEL E. DAILY, Ed.B.
Social Studies, Teachers' Welfare Committee
SIMONE L. DEMERS. A.B.
Trinity College, R. I. C. E.
gasteEnEState Normal School, University of Maine,
English.. civiks, Good wiu Adviser, coach ot Junior High
WALDRON E. PERNALD, A.B.
University oi Maine, B.U., University oi Wisconsin,
Columbia University ot Vermont, Brown University,
U. S. Histor , World History, Geo raphy and Social Studies.
I-lomeroom ommittee, Coach of enior Competition Play
WILLIAM F. FLANAGAN, A.B.
English, Director of Masquers, Coach oi Faculty, Thanks-
giving. and Christmas One-Act Plays
HELEN GOULD. B.S.
R. I. State College
8th Grade Mathematics, Sth Grade Algebra, Plane Geom-
etry, Iunior Business Training
ERNEST H. GRIFFIN. A.B.
Head of Science Department, Chemistry and General
Science, Athletic Director
EARLE C. HERRICK, Ph.B.
Yale University, Harvard University, Brown Universitv.
U. S. Army Heavy Artillery School, France, R. I. C. E.
Mathematics, General Science, Adviser of Reminder
ALFRED E. HERSEY. B.S.
R. I. State College
THEODORE F. HOFFMAN. B.S.
Boston University, University oi Bulialo, Green Mountain
ROSE KORALEWSKY. B.A.
Boston University, R. I. C. E., Brown University
Latin, French, Italian, Adviser of Reminder, Coach ot llth
Grade. One-Act Play, Chairman of Assembly Committee
R. I. C. E.
MADEILINE: IWEICCABE. Ed.B.
English, Social studies, Director ot Mqsquenes
IOHN I. MCGIVENEY, B.S.
Providence College. R. I. C. E.
Mechanical Drawing, Coach ot Baseball
NAN G. MEARS. B.S.
Virginia State Teachers' College
7th and Bth Grade Social Studies. 7th Grade English, 7th
Grade Class Adviser
HELEN MILLER '
Rhode Island School oi Design
Drawing, 12th Grade Class Adviser, Chairman ol Teachers'
LUCY E. MILLER. A.B.
College oi Mount St. Vincent
Social Science, World I-listrgly, U. S. History, Coach of Iunior
Debating Club, Teachers' eltare Committee
LUCILLE M. MITCHELL. B.S.
Sargent College oi Boston University
Physica Education, Coach ot Girls lnterclass Sports,
Adviser ot Girls' Leaders' Corp
E. P. MORSE
Provincial Normal College, Truro, Nova Scotia: Military
School, Rockclitie, Ontario
Mathematics, Iunior Business Training
MARY V. MULLIGAN. A.B.
Modern History, English, Teachers' Welfare Committee
TED NORDYKE. B.P.E.
Physical ducation, Coach ot Football, Coach oi Basketball,
Coach ot Track, Health Adviser
FRANCES P. SCOTT, B.S., Ed.B.
R. I. State College, R. I. C. E., Columbia University
RICHARD E. TAYLOR, A.B., M.A.
Union College, Columbia University
ESTHER E. TEW, B.C.S.
Bryant and Stratton College, R. I. C. E., Boston Univer-
Head :H Commercial Department, llth Grade Class Adviser
PATRICIA A. THAYER. A.B.
gnivtgsigy ot New Hampshire, Boston University,
MARY TILLINGHAST. B.C.S.. B.Ed.
Bryant College, R. I. C. E.
Bookkeeping and Business Practice, Coach ot l0th Grade,
ROSALIND M. WALLACE. A.B.
English, Coach of Debating Club
ELDON D. WEDLOCK, B.S.. M.A.
Tufts, Brown University, Emerson Colle e
English, Director of Senior Play, Director Sl New England
Drama Festival, 10th Grade Class Adviser, Chairman of
Homeroom Committee, Tennis Coach
BEATRICE E. WEST, A.B.. M.A.
Wheaton College, Harvard University
English, Adviser of "The Warwickite"
MARIANNA L. WILLARD, Ed.B.
R. I. C. E., College of Music, Boston University Music
Orchestra Uunior and Seniort, Director oi Glee Club, Band.
Coach of Operetta, Teachers' Welfare Committee
Carolyn Godfrey '38
Florence Hornstein '38
Secretary to Editor
Laura Brown '38
Louise Lepry '38
George Therrien '38
Iames Fisher '38
Assistant Art Editor
Edward Wood '39
Arnold Rice '38
THE REMINDER STAFF
lane Atwood '38
Nora Horne '38
Dorothy Hartley '38
Secretary to Business Manager
Margaret Blinkhorn '38
Ieanne Vaillant '38
Louise Ogilvie '38
Assistant Circulation Manager
Robert Pelley '43
Marie Izzi '39
Barbara Anderson '38
Yvette Richard '48
loanne Chase '39
Betty Dell '40
Helen Fagan '43
Frances Foster '38
Velma Cookson '39
Constance Briggs '38
Sherman Grimes '41
Eve Nathanson '38
Margaret Blinkhorn '38
Iames Blasio '38
Charles Bertwell '38
Dorothea Lucas '38
Richard Houghton, '38
Florence Gret '39
Beverly Arnold '40
First Row: F. Hornstein, B. Dell,
M. Blinkhorn, E. Nathanson, Miss
Koralewsky, C. Godfrey, H. Fagan.
F. Foster, V. Cookson.
Second Row: Y. Richard. I. Chase,
A. Crocker, L. Lepry, B. Arnold.
I. Vaillant, I. Atwood, S. Grimes.
Third Row: N. Horne, B. Anderson,
I. Fisher, I. Blasio. R. Houghton,
C. Bertwell, A. Rice, G. Therrien,
C. Briggs. D. Lucas.
First Row: H. Byrne. M. Izzi, L.
Brown, Mr, Herrick, D. Hartley, I.
McMahon, A. Bosco.
Second How: G. Iames, R. Sand-
berg, W. Iordan, R. Hannah, B.
Barker, M. Blinkhorn, L. Ogilvie.
Third Row: R. Flynn, C. Lawrence.
B. Nicholson, I. White. I. Gil-
heeney, A, Carruthers, I. Whita-
Iosephine McMahon '38
Marjorie Siravo '40
Helen Byrne '39
Antoinette Bosco '38
Georgiana Iames '38
Ruth Sandberg '38
Wilma Iordan '38
Ruth Hannah '38
Barbara Barker '39
Rita Flynn '38
Chandler Lawrence '40
Betty Nicholson '38
Ieannette White '38
Iohn Gilheeney '41
Alice Carruthers '39
Ioseph Whitaker '42
Constance Martin '39
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R. I. HONOR SOCIETY
First How: I. Ahlquist. C. Briggs, F. I-lornstein, L. Lepry, I. Vaillant, R. Houghton, M. Greene, A.
Goddard, A. Rogers, W. Leu, C. Goclirey.
Second Row: A. Rossi, L. Ogilvie, S. Hamilton, L. Brown, E, Swenson, R. Hannah, F. Blum, M. Whitaker.
B. Suter, M. Blinkhorn, F. Weiss, A. Wyss.
RHODE ISLAND HONOR
We wish to congratulate these students of the class
of 1938 who have attained the honor of being members
of the Rhode Island Honor Society.
They have, through their outstanding scholastic
ability during their four high school years, accumu-
lated a rate of eighty-five per cent or more.
We give them our best wishes for a successful
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1938 CLASS OFFICERS-COMMITTEE
First Row: A Goddard, W Vashey, R. Houghton, Miss Miller, M. Blinkhorn.
Second Row: I. Blasio, A. Rice, R. Petrarca, I. Cooper, W. Siravo.
President .. . , , . . .William Vashey
.. Anna Goddard
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Entering Warwick High School in Septem-
ber, 1934, we were the proverbial bewildered
freshmen. But, by the following Iune, we had
made many new acquaintances and knew
our way around quite adequately.
The school having been divided into Lock-
wood and Aldrich when we were sophomores.
it was necessary for us to lose many of the
friends with whom we had had classes in
our former year, and to become acquainted
with the people who were to remain our class-
mates. As usual, we participated more fully
in the extra-curricular activities, but our ex-
ploits were not as yet outstanding.
However, by the following September, as
juniors, we were ready to conquer and accom-
plish all that was possible. When "Rich Man,
Poor Man," our competition play, won first
honors, we were indescribably happy at hav-
ing come out victorious.
Students and alumni danced in "Little
Spain" at our Prom, and a grand time was
had by all. Thus fled our Iunior Year.
As seniors we took on the customary dignity
and settled down to real work. The Senior
Play, "Charm," drew a large crowd and was
much praised and enjoyed.
When "The Red Lamp," won the play com-
petition, we had two victories of this sort to
our credit. The senior ball and banquet were
held and we all enjoyed the two major festivi-
As graduation nears we feel a profound
sorrow at having to leave the haven in which
we have spent four glorious years, because
we again must lose friends who by this time
have become very dear to us, and because we
shall no longer be under the guidance of the
teachers who have done so much to help us
throughout our high school years.
L. LEPRY, '38
Herbert is one of the quieter
boys of the class. His cheery dis-
position and ever-ready smile
make htm an asset to any class.
May success be with him,
Home Room Representative 111:
Glee Club 1l, 2, 3, 41: Operetta
11, 2, 3, 41: Music Dramatic Club
Q, 2, 3, 41: Masquers 12, 41: Gym
xhibition 11, 31: Interclass Soc-
cer 121: Golf 12, 3, 41.
Earl a pears to be quiet, but
we feel tgat there is a great deal
of mischief behind that quiet-
ness. We know very little about
Earl or what his plans are for the
future. However, the class of
1938 wishes him the best of luck.
lane is an excellent seamstress
and her leasing manners make
her well Enown and liked by all.
Class Executive Committee 121:
Home Room Representative 121:
Home Economics 131: Cafeteria
91: Operetta 12, 3, 41: One-act
lay 121: Masquers 11, 2, 3.41:
Christmas Play 121: Gym Exhibi-
tion 12, 31: Interclass Soccer 12, 3.
41: Basketball 12, 3. 41: Hockey 12,
3, 45: Volleyball 12, 31: Baseball
12, 1: R. I, Honor Society 141:
Girls Leaders' Corps 141.
Blonde haired, tall, slim and
with a very sweet smile. Meet
Barbie. Always ready to help
and give aid, if she possibly can.
A true Lockwoodite is Barbie!
Good Will 141: "Reminder" 13,
41: Warwickite 12, 3, 41: Cafeteria
12, 3, 41: Operetta 131: Masquers
1l, 2, 3, 41: Thanksgiving Play
1l, 21: Gym Exhibition 141: Inter-
class Soccer 11, 2, 31: Basketball
12, 31: Vollegball 12, 31: Baseball
13, 2, 3, 41: irls' Leaders' Corps
Andy is an important member
ot our football team. Although he
is quiet in school we wonder
about "still water running
deep." However, his pleasant,
ready-to-help disposition will
help him on to success.
Hockey 131: Varsity Football
13, 41: Iunior Varsity Football 111.
lane is not only a participant
in many sports, but also is a
staunch supporter of all boys'
athletics. She is going to enter
the Homeopathic Hospital next
fall to begin her nurse's training.
"Reminder" 12, 41: Warwickite
12, 31: Cafeteria 141: Operetta 13,
41: Masquers 11, 41: Gym exhibi-
tion 1l, 41: Riding Club 141: Ten-
nis 141: Interclass Soccer 12, 3, 41:
Basketball 12. 3. 41: Hockey 12, 3,
41: Volleyball 3, 41: Baseball 141:
For all his pranks, Arthur is a
fine fellow. But we're afraid that
if he doesn't become a marvel-
ous chemist soon, he'll blow the
roof off the school.
Home Room Regresentative 111:
Orchestra 121: peretta 13, 41
1Stage1: Masgauers 61, 2, 3, 41:
Senior Play 1 , 41: ne-act Play
12, 31: Thanksgiving Play 12, 41:
Cross Country 12, 31.
Bob is Lockwood's Robert Tay-
lor and Fred MacMurray all in
one. Friendly, cheerful, and
agreeable, that's Bob. He is an
ardent debater. May he be ever
"Reminder" 121: Warwickite 121:
Debating Club 13, 41: Masquers
12, 3, 41: One-act Play 141: Christ-
mas Play 141: Interc ass Basket-
Gordon is without doubt one of
the most gentlemanly and cul-
tured members of the class. His
good taste is singular and in-
valuable. We know he will be
welcome anywhere with such
"Reminder" 121: Stamp Club
111: Masquers 1l, 2, 3. 41' Senior
Play 141: Christmas Play 1421: Gym
lack is that auiet look'nq fel-
low: but don't let the look fool
you, because it's just a ruse. He's
full of pep, vim, and vigor: and
when you need a cheerful word,
lack always has one for you.
Class Executive Committee 131:
Home Room Representative 12, 31:
Good Will 111: "Reminder" 131:
Debating Club 13. 41 1President1:
Gym Exhibition 121: Tennis 12, 31:
Interclass Fasketball 12, 3, 41:
Charlie is another boy who
likes nothin better than to par-
ticipate in aatletics. His ability to
be both an athletic star and a
humorist has won him many
friends who all wish him the
best of luck,
' 'Reminder ' '141:Interclass
Basketball 121: Hockey 13. 41:
Cross Country 111: Indoor Track
Q1: Outdoor Track 141: Varsity
ootball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 121.
HAROLD BLACK. IR.
Harold seems quiet, but only
until you become acquainted
with him. His pet peeves are
learning to quote "Hamlet" and
tr ing not to blow us up in
Chemistry. lf you know him, you
can understand that saying. "A
friend in need is a friend in-
Photo Club 141.
1 AMES BLASIO
Jimmy is one of our most pop-
ular boys and one of the best
dancers in the class. He has
been an active member of the
Masquers. The best wishes of the
class accompany you, Iimmy.
Class Executive Committee 141:
"Reminder" 141: Warwickite 13.
41: Ogeretta 13. 41: Masquers 13.
271: eneral Organization 141:
hristmas Pla! 13. 41: Gym Exhi-
bition 141: Out oor Track 141: Var-
sity Football 13, 41.
Red hair, personality, and
charm- -that's our Ginger.
Class Executive Committee 13,
41: Home Room Representative
13, 45: Good Will 141: "Reminder"
141 1 us.ness and Literary1: War-
wickite 13, 41 1Editor1: Home Eco-
nomics Club 131: Librarian 111:
Cafeteria 12, 3. 41: Ogeretta 12, 31:
Masquers 12, 3, 41: ne-act Play
13. 41: Thanksgiving Play 121:
General Organization 141 1Secre-
tary-Treasurer1: Bank Clerk 13.
41: Christmas Play 131: Gym Ex-
hibition 121: Girls Track 121: In-
terclass Soccer 121: R. I. Honor
Fred is one of the few boys
to become a member of the R. I.
Honor Society. an achievement
of which he may well be proud.
His constanc and seriousness
have made Yum a well liked
member of his class.
Agricultural Club 121: Masquers
141: ne-act Play 141: Gvm Exhibi-
tion 1l, 21: R. I. Honor Society 141.
Wherever there is fun you are
sure to find Antonette. With her
congenial manner and sparkling
brown eyes she has won many
friends in Lockwood. She is a
capable seamstress and is very
fond of dancing. May you find
happiness in your future years,
"Reminder" 141: Home Eco-
nomics Club 141: Operetta 141:
Connie is popular, clever, and
lots of fun. She and "Marty" are
very close friends and the in-
tend to room together at I.
"Reminder" 141: Warwickite
141: Home Economics Club 1Presi-
dent1 141: Operetta 13, 41 1Proper-
ties1: Masquers 11, 2, 3, 41: Senior
Play 141: One-Act Play 12, 31
1Promptress1: Thanksgiving Play
131: Christmas Play 121: Ggm Ex-
aifaition 111: R. I. Honor ociety
Laura's glowing smile and
personality. along with her cheer-
fulness and ladylike qualities,
will prove usefu to her in the
business world just as it has
through her four years of high
"Reminder" 13, 41: Warwickite
12. 3. 41: Librarian 121: Operetto
131: Masquers 15. 31: One-act Play
131: Bank Cler 13, 41: Christmas
Play 131: R. I. Honor Society 141.
. Tall, erect, serene, with smil-
ing eyes --Dorothy is one of our
best-natured senior girls. Her de-
sire to become a successful nurse
will be easy to achieve. We
know she will be a comfort to her
patients. We wish you speedy
Euicess in your future career,
Fred is a more conservative
member of our class who hails
from Hillsgrove. He has left his
indelible stamp upon the grid-
iron. ice, and the boards. We
hope that his successes in life
wi lbbe as satisfying as those he
attained while at Lockwood.
Hockey 13. 41: Outdoor Track
13. 41: Varsity Football 12, 31.
"Look at Marie blush!" Speak
one word to Marie in class and
her lace turns bright red: how-
ever, she looks very nice when
she blushes. This young Irish
miss's pleasing! personality will
always carry er through.
O eretta 3, 41: Masquers
13, B: Gym xhibition 121: Inter-
class Soccer 12, 3. 41: Basketball
12, 3, 41: Hockey 13, 41: Volleyball
131: Girls' Lea ers' Corps 13, 41.
Phil is well-known tor his splen-
did work as our hockey captain.
He has made many friends and
has become a popu ar member ot
our class. The best wishes ot
"38" go with you, Phil.
Class Executive Committee 131:
Home Room Re resentative 131:
Hocke 12, 3, 411 Varsity Base-
ball 15: I. V. Baseball 11, 21.
"Babe" is one of the peppier
girls who enjoys a good time
much more than school work.
However, we are sure she will
make someone a cheerful secre-
tary and bring sunshine with her
wherever she goes.
Home Economics Club 141:
"Flossie's here." Everyone
looks and behold a charming
little miss with a gay smile.
Always willing to help and al-
ways doing her best, Flossie will
evifr be liked and admired by
Good Will 141: Debating Club
11, 21: Operetta E17 Masquers 11,
2, 3, 41: Gym Ex ibition 11, 2, 31:
Girls' Track 12, 3: lnterclass Soc-
cer 12, 31: Basketball 12, 31: Hock-
EY 31: Girls' Leaders' Corps
lack is our star athlete. His
good sportsmanship and good
humor have made him many
Class President 131: Class Sec-
retary-Treasurer 121: Class Ex-
ecutive Committee 1l, 2, 3, 41:
Home Room Representative 1l, 41:
Operetta 141: Athletic Association
11, 41: Ggm Exhibition 11, Z, 3, 41:
Tennis lub 12, 3. 41: lnterclass
Basketball 111: Indoor Track 13,
41: Outdoor Track 12, 3, 41: Foot-
ball 12, 3, 41: I. V. Football 111:
Basketball 12, 3, 41: I. V. Basket-
ball 111: I. V. Baseball 111.
Olive is one of the quiet mem-
bers oi our class. Although she
doesn't participate in many
school activities, Olive is a great
asset to any class. We hear that
her interests center around a
certain youth from Cranston.
Home Economics Club 141:
Athletics! That is where Ansel
shines. Not just an ordinary
member, but an active and help-
ful one. I'm sure he will be
missed by all the faithful rooters
Athletic Association 12, 3, 41:
Gym Exhibition 121: lnterclass
Soccer 111: Basketball 111: Volley-
ball 1l1: Baseball 111: Varsity
Football 13, 41: Baseball 12, 3, 41:
I. V. Baseball 111.
Curly hair and dancing blue
eyes describe "Ruthie." With
her ever-ready giggle and cheer-
ful words she has made a grand
friend oi many Lockwoodites.
Ruth is interested in child nurs-
Operetta 12, 31: Music Dramatic
Club 131: Masquers 131: One-act
Play 131: Christmas Play 131: Gym
Exhibition 121: Girls' Track 12, 31:
Tennis 141: lnterclass Basketball
121: Baseball 131.
Emelio has been active in the
great American game of base-
ball. He is captain of the team
this year. We know he will suc-
ceed in anything further he may
decide to do.
Gym Exhibition 111: lnterclass
Basketball 12, 3, 41: Indoor Track
141: Baseball 12, 3, 41: I. V. Base-
Michael, better known as
"Chick," is one ot Lockwood's
many quiet seniors. Chick has
been active in one sport, base-
ball. He has been Dopular with
fellow students. We wish him
success and luck in anything he
Gym Exhibition 1ll: Interclass
Basketball 12, 3l: I. V. Football
gil: Varsity Baseball 12, 3, 4l:
. V. Baseball 1ll.
"Iunie" is our diminutive ath-
letic star who is always pulling
some game out of the fire with
his remarkable ability to capital-
ize on some break.
Operetta 14l: Tennis Club 13, 4l:
Interclass Basketball 11l: Varsity
Football 14l: Baseball 12l: Basket-
ball 13, 4l: I. V. Basketball 1l, Zly
I. V. Baseball 1ll.
"Liza," although quiet, is quite
mentally alert. She possesses a
very cheerful disposition and a
really friendly attitude. We know
that these qualities. combined
with her ambition, will do much
toward her future success.
Interclass Soccer 11l: Volley-
ball 1ll: Gym Exhibition 11, Zl.
Ray is a fun-loving chap who
never allows a dull moment to
pass. His laughter and good hu-
mor are present wherever he
goes. We are sure he will make
all those with whom he comes in
Debating Club 13l: Operetta
13, 4l: Masquers 13l: G m Exhibi-
tion 1l. 2l: Interclass Basketball
till I. V. Football 13l: I. V. Bas-
Ambition! That describes Iim-
my to a T. His pet ambition has
proved a help to all who have
used his posters as an advertis-
ing medium. Not only that, but
his drawing ability has added
Greatly to the success of the
"Reminder" 14l: Warwickite 13,
4l: Indoor Track 13l: Varsity Foot-
ball114l 1Mcmaqerl: Gym Exhibi-
Better known to her friends as
"Irish," her sweet disposition
has won her a host of friends.
She is aspiring to be someone's
private secretary and with the
"luck of the lrish" behind her.
she simply can't fail.
"Reminder" 14l: Home Econom-
ics Club 12l: Cafeteria 12l: Oper-
etta 12. 4l.
Who is the girl who enters a
room and greets us with, "Hello,
everybody"? No, it isn't Kate
Smith: it's Marie. with her friend-
ly smile and pat on the back.
"Reminder" 12, 3l: Librarian
14l: Cafeteria 12, 3, 4l: Gym Ex-
hibition 1l, 2. 3l: Tennis Club 12,
3: Interclass Soccer 12l: Basket-
ball 12, 3l: Hockey 12l: Volleyball
12, 3l: Baseball 12, 3l: Girls' Lead-
ers' Corps 12, 3, 4l.
Meet the peppiest girl at Lock-
wood. Frances adds color and
zest to everything in which she
Class Executive Committee 12l:
Home Room Representative 12l:
"Reminder" 14l: Operetta 12. 4l:
Masquers 11, 2, 3, 4l: Senior Play
14l: General Organization 12l:
Cheer Leader 11, 2, 3, Al: Gym
Exhibition 1l, 2, 3, 4l: Girls' Track
12l: Swimming Club 1ll: Inter-
class Soccer 13, 4l: Basketball 13l:
Hockey 13. 4l: Volleyball 13l:
Baseball 2, 3, 4l: Girls' Leaders'
Corps 13, 4l.
Here is the cutest girl in our
class. Anna is going to be a
teacher and we are sure her
desk will always 'be covered
Class Vice-President 12, 3l: Sec-
retary-Treasurer 14l: Executive
Committee 12, 3, Al: Good Will
12, 3, 4l: Operetta 14l: Masquers
1l, 2. 3, -tl 1Secretaryl: Senior Play
14-l:.One-act Play 13, 4l: Thanks-
giving Play 13l: Christmas Play
13l: R. I. Honor Society 14l.
One picture can say more than
a thousand words.
Class Executive Committee 13l:
Home Room Representative 13l:
Good Will 13, 4l: "Reminder" 12,
3, 4l 1Editor-in-Chieil: Warwickite
12, 3, 4l: Orperetta 1l, 2l: Mas-
guers 11, 2, . 4l 1Vice-Presidentl:
enior Play 14l: One-act Play 12,
3l: State.Competltion Play 13, 4l:
Thanksgiving Play 13, 4l: Gen-
eral Organization 13l: Christmas
Pla 12, 3l: Gtym Exhibition 11, 2,
3, fill Ridinq lub 1ll: R. I. Honor
Society 1-ll: Girls' Leaders' Corps
13, 4l: Interclass Sports 12, 3, 4l.
Iohn.is a humorous, likable
fellow who has made friends
during his tour years at Lock-
wood, and will continue making
friends in the iuture. Although
Iohn has not made up his mind
lor the future, we know he will
be a success in anything he
mMasquers 111: Gym Exhibition
"Ask Marion, she knows."
That's what everyone always
says. Marion is our walking en-
cyclopedia. Don't get the idea
that all she does is study. Mar-
ion takes an active part in the
dramatic society. We are sure
success will follow her in all she
"Reminder" 141: Masquers 13,
41: One-act Play 13, 41: R. I. Hon-
or Society 141.
Hear that giggle? That's none
other than Helen. Her gxaiety and
light heartedness c eers up
many a class grind when she is
near. May she always be happy!
A Marvel is that loyal Lockwood-
rte who spent a ew weeks at
Aldrich and then decided to re-
turn here. Her ability to get
mixed up in P. A. D. has caused
her embarrassment, but she has
shown that she can take it on
the chin. To Marvel we say,
Martha is a brunette, with
sparkling eyes. She is quiet, but
her silence is a virtue. She is
going to make someone a grand
"stenog." Good luck, Martha!
Home Economics Club 13, 41:
Orchestra 121: Operetta 141: Mas-
Myrtle is another ot our tun-
loving girls who is alwayxs ready
to have a good time. S e is an
excellent dressmaker and is tond
ot sgorts. She is going to enter
the usiness field.
Home Economics Club 141: Gym
Exhibition 131: Interclass Soccer
12, 31: Basketball 631: Hockey 131:
Volleyball 13, 41: aseball 121.
A conservative appearing
young person, but don't let ap-
pearances deceive you. She can
be iust as peppy and noisy as
the next one. However, since
lite is not made up of pep and
laughter alone. we have every
reason to believe she will "come
Ragmond is a quiet, helpiul
mem er of our class. His cheery
smile and likeable way have
won lor him many friends at
Lockwood. We don't know exact-
ly what he intends to do alter he
graduates, but we extend our
wishes to him in all he under-
Masguers 13, 41: One-act Play
141: Emergency Squad 141.
Who's that short, pretty girl
who wears a Coventry ring?
Don't you know? That's Shirley.
Shirley is quiet in school. but
that oesn't say she hasn't got
what it takes to succeed.
Home Economics Club 141:
Cafeteria 131: Masquers 12, 3, 41:
Gym Exhibition 11, 21: Interclass
Soccer 131: Hockey 131: R. I. Honor
Louis is an outstanding student
in Chemistry and Math, besides
beinglva valuable orchestra mem-
ber. e know he'1l do Lockwood
proud when he furthers his edu-
cation at State.
Warwickite 111: Band 12. 3, 41:
Iazz Orchestra 12, 3, 41: Orchestra
11, 2, 3, 41: New England Music
Festival 141: Music Dramatic Club
111: Masquers 1l, 2, 3, 41: Senior
Play 141: Christmas Play 121: Gym
Exhibition 111: Tennis 13, 41: Cross
Ruth is one of our smartest
girls. Her dependability and
good nature have won her a
high place with teachers and
students. We're sure she'll suc-
ceed in whatever she under-
"Reminder" 141: Librarian 131:
Cafeteria 13. 43: Operetta 12, 31:
Masgrers 12. . 41: Senior Play
141: ym Exhibition 121: Girls'
Track 131: Interclass Soccer 12, 31:
Basketball 12, 3, 41: Hockey 12, 3,
41: R. 1. Honor Society.
Gladys is very secretive about
her ambition: however, she
wants to operate a comptometer.
That's prettly big work for such a
little girl. t means she will be
working a calculating machine
someday. but we're sure she'l1
fill the position.
Glee Club 111: Operetta11, 3, 41:
Masquers 111: Gym Exhibition 111.
Here is our "Duchess," a viva-
cious girl with a winning per-
sonality. Her future seems to
lean towards the business world.
We feel assured that she will
succeed and make the class of
'38 proud of her.
"Reminder" 141 1Business Man-
ager1: Home Economics Club 13,
41 1Social Chairman1: Operetta
141: Interclass Soccer 12, 31: Bas-
ketball 11. 2. 3, 41: Hockey 12, 31:
glogeyball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 12,
Dick is our class electrician.
At plays, assemblies or meetings.
he is right there with the light-
ing effect. As far as his future is
concemed. he is planning to go
plalies via night school, Good
Operetta141: Masquers12, 3, 41:
Senior Plai141: One-act Play 12,
3, 41: Than sgiving 13, 41: Christ-
mas Pla 13, 41: Interclass Play
12, 31: 1. Football 131.
Nonie is our prize wit, always
ready with an answer. When-
ever you see her, you see lane
A., for the two are inseparable.
You may be sure that fun and
laughter always accompany
"Reminder" 141: Warwickite 12,
3, 41: Operetta 13, 41: Masquers
1l, 2, 31: Gym Exhibition 141: Ten-
nis Club 141: Interclass Soccer
12, 3. 41: Basketball 12, 3, 41:
ockey 12, 3, 41: Volleyball 13, 41:
Florence. one of our well-
known Lockwoodites, has many
outside activities, especially ath-
letics. Ga chatter and good hu-
mor makexier everyone's friend.
"Reminder" 12. 3. 41 1Assistant
Editor1: Warwickite 121: Mas-
quers 11, 2, 3, 41: Christmas Play
131: Cheer Leader 141: Gym Exhi-
bition 13, 41: Girls' Track 12, 3, 41:
Interclass Soccer 12, 3, 41: Bas-
ketball 12, 3, 41: Hockey 12, 3, 41:
Volleyball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 12.
3, 41: R. I. Honor Society 141:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 141.
Ruth is one of our quietest
girls. but if you can manage to
draw her into conversation, you
will discover a pleasing person-
ality and a ready wit. Ask her
about parking her car across
driveways. Never mind, Ruth,
some day you'll be chauffeur for
u,Masquers 141: Gym Exhibition
Evelyn is one of those people
who seems to exist in a shell. but
once that shell is penetrated, one
finds an intelligent, likeable,
and sweet young miss. We are
confident she will be successful
in all that she undertakes.
Dick is our tall. blond vice-
president. lt was Dick who
showed us how to be "charm-
ing." All who saw the Senior
Play learned. Nice looking. clev-
er, and with a pleasing person-
ality. That's our Dick!
Class Vice-President 141: Class
Executive Committee 131: "Re-
minder" 141: Band 12, 3, 41: lazz
Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41: Orchestra
11. 2. 3. 41: New England Music
Festival 131: Music Dramatic Club
121: Masquers 141: Senior Play 141:
Cross Country 121: R. 1. Honor
Georgiana is the sweet miss
who wears a dtamond on her
engagement finger. Although she
has been with us but two years.
she has won by her sweet and
ladylike ways many friends. We
wish her all the happiness pos-
sible for the future.
"Reminder" 141: Home Econom-
ics Club 141: Operetta 141.
Here is another member of our
class from whom we hear very
little--that is, inside of school.
But you should meet him after
hours! Very little is known about
his future glans: but whatever
they. are, e has our sincere
wts es lor success.
Interclass Basketball 121.
Introducing Helen Iohnson,
better known as the riot of the
locker room. Anyone who thinks
that she is Tiiiet is being greatly
deceived. elen possesses all
the qualities of a faithful friend
and a loyal Lockwoodite. Suc-
cess to you, Helen.
Home Economics Club 12, 3, 41
1V. P.1: Masquers 11, 2, 31: Driv-
Milt has made many true
friends at Lockwood with his
He has shown his ability in
dramatics by participating in
many plays in his four years, as
well as being a member of the
Musico Dramatic Club. Smooth
sailing: and we know you will
have a prominent place in life.
Warwickite 141: Glee Club:
New England Music Festival 141:
Operetta 12, 3, 41: Masguers 12, 3,
41: Senior Play 141: State Compe-
Another reserved young lady
is Signe. Probably she is a firm
believer ot "Silence is Golden."
However, her lovely blond hair
and blue eyes have made her
outstanding. Luck, Signe.
We believe Skip's secret of
success is his musical ability. He
possesses a great big smile and
can be depended upon to always
find the silver lining.
Class Executive Committee 111:
Home Room Representative 111:
Band 1l, 2, 3, 41: Iazz Orchestra
11, 2, 3, 41: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41:
New England Music Festival 141:
Music Dramtic Club 121: Mas-
quers 12, 3, 41: Christmas Play
121: Gym Exhibition 1l1.
Bud is a fellow whose pleasing
ways and silly sayings win the
admiration and friendship of all
who know him. Any time you
hear a silly "'At's awwiqht,"
you know it's Bud and his pet
Masquers 141: Gym Exhibition
111: Interclass Basketball 111:
Cross Country 141: Indoor Track
12. 3, 41: Outdoor Track 12, 31:
Varsity Baseball 141: I. V. Base-
"Winkie" is that girl who
wears the "33" pin and is the
other part of the Iordan twins.
She plays a mandolin and wants
to be an undertaker. But what-
ever she "undertakes" we all
know she will succeed.
"Reminder" 141: Home Econom-
ics Club 121: Operetta 141: Mas-
quers 13, 41.
Grace is new to Lockwood this
year, but her gay smile and
laughing ways made her one of
us immediately. It is true that
Cranston's loss was our gain, no
matter how common the saying
Rifle Club 12, 31: Typing 131.
FRANCES KENDA LL
Frances is one of our inde-
pendent girls. She is quite de-
voted to her studies, and her
pleasing characteristics will aid
much in gaining her desires for
a successful career. She is most
efficient in all she does.
3 ggoeretta 12, 31: Masquers 1l, 2,
If you know Iames you can be
sure that you know a perfect
gentleman. He is courteous and
his manners readily assure you
of his refinement. His sound and
plausible arguments in P. A. D.
will assure you of what a loyal
person is really like.
Sweetness, popularity, and ac-
tive in dramatics. that's Louise.
"Reminder" 12, 3, 41 1Senior
Editor1: Warwickite 12, 31: Debat-
ing Club 11, 2, 3, 41: Glee Club 111:
Operetta 11. 21: Mascluers 11, 2.
3. 41: Senior Play 1Properties1:
One-act Pla 11. 2. 3, 41 1Proper-
ties1: Thanksgiving Play 121:
Christmas Play 12, 41: Gym Ex-
hibition 1l, 2, 31: Girls' Track 121:
lnterclass Soccer 12, 3. 41: Basket-
ball 12, 3, 41: Hockey 13, 41: Vol-
leyball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 121: R. I.
Honor Society: Girls' Leaders'
Wilma is one of our brightes'
girls. She'll be a wizard in some
Chem. Lab. some day. Ijler win-
ning smile and personality have
earned the respect and friend-
ship of everyone.
Home Economics Club 12, 41:
Gym Exhibition 111: Interclass
Soccer 13, 41: Basketball 13. 41:
Hockey 13, 41: Volleyball 12, 31:
Baseball 131: R. I. Honor Society.
Here is Irene, one of the quiet-
est girls in our class. However,
she has won lasting friends
through her pleasing ways.
Irene's plans for the future are
indefinite, but we know she will
succeed in whatever she may
undertake. Good luck, Irene.
Cafeteria 121: Masquers 111:
Gym Exhibition 12. 41.
Who's that stately girl with
the cute giggle and dimple?
That's Dorothea. She is always
agreeable to everyone and will
certainly be so later on when
she makes her debut.
"Reminder" 141: Music Dra-
matic Club 121: Golf 121.
"Mingy" is one of our tall sen-
ior boys who is very quiet
around school. His appearance
and good nature make up for his
lack of extra activities. I-Ie hasn't
yet decided what his life work
will be, but we wish him suc-
FRED MAIN '
Fred is the fellow who pos-
sesses the wavy hair that Lock-
wood girls rave about. At every
basketball game you can see
him cheering the team. We don't
know just what he intends to do
after graduation, but whatever it
is we wish him success.
Agricultural Club 121: Operetta
141: Ggm Exhibition 11, 41: Inter-
class asketball 12. 3. 41.
Irving is about 5 feet of the
friendliest person that ever set
foot in Lockwood. Quiet and ex-
tremely well mannered, he has
succeeded in makin numerous
friends. It is no pecutfiar sight to
see him set off to go rowing or
Gym Exhibition 12, 31.
Look girls, there goes Lock-
wood's lark Gable, Al is al-
ways jolly and good natured.
He can be depended on, too.
which makes us feel sure he'll
succeed later on.
Class Executive Committee 1l1:
Home Boom Representative 11. 21:
Band 12, 3, 41: Iazz Orchestra
1l, Z, 3. 41: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41:
Glee Club 11, 21: New England
Music Festival 13, 41: Masquers
11, 2, 3, 41: Christmas Play 11, 41:
Football 12, 3, 41: I. V. Football
111: Photo Club 131.
"Mid," a very musical girl, is
quite ambitious, and her fine
alto voice has gained her recog-
nition. With her pleasng dispo-
sition and promising ability in
the stenographic line, she will
undoubtedly make the perfect
Glee Club 1l1: New England
Music Festival 141: Operetta 1l, 2,
3. 41: Music Dramatic Club 111:
Masquers 11, 2, 41.
"Tommie" is good natured and
is everybody's friend, very much
so with the girls. He has shown
great interest in supplying news
of the week for his classmates in
the school paper. We are sure
you will be successful in your
journalism career, Tommie.
Warwickite 11. 2, 3, 41: I. V.
Football 11. 21: I. V. Baseball 121:
Good Will 131: Operetta 12, 31:
Interclass Basketball 13, 41.
Arthur does not seem to be a
cut up, but always has that
mischievous look in his eye and,
believe it or not, he usually has
a good joke to crack. It he fol-
lows his ambition, we may be
laughing at his jokes when we
tune in WEAN or WIAR.
Marion, known to some as "Til-
lie," certainly excels in music.
Her pet instrument now. and the
one which she plans to center
her career about, is the harp.
She also plays the violin in our
orchestra. Happiness to you.
Orchestra 11, 3, 41: Operetta
13. 41: Riding Club 121.
"lo" is the great humorist of
our class. Her giggle is so com-
ical and so contagious that we
find ourselves laughing with her
about something we know noth-
ing of. Here's to the success of
"Reminder" 141: Debating Club
1l, 2, 3, 41: Operetta 121: Mas-
quers 1l, 2, 3, 41: Gym Exhibition
11, 21: Swimming Club 111: Inter-
class Soccer 12, 31: Hockey 121:
Basketball 12, 31.
Eve has gained popularity
with her winning smile and
cheertul disposition. Her keen
talent in all phases of art tends
to make her one of our great
artists of the future.
Operetta 141 1Properties1: Mas-
quers 13, 41: One-act Play 4 1Prop-
nrties1: Interclass Soccer 13, 41:
Basketball 131: Hockey 3, 41:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 4: Senior
Norman is one ot the quieter
boys ot the class: nevertheless,
we know he has an interest in
drawing, and is an all around
good sport. May you ever be
tmligriculture Club 11, 21: Tennis
Betty is quite popular at Lock-
wood. She is tall and nice look-
ing, and we're sure she'll suc-
ceed as a stenog or whatever
she sets out to be.
"Reminder" 141: Home Econom-
ics Club 121: Operetta 12. 3, 41:
Masquers 1l, 2, 3, 41: Senior Play
141 1Properties1: Gym Exhibition
121: Interclass Soccer 11, 2, 3, 41:
gassetball 11, 2, 3, 41: Hockey
Lucille is a very sweet girl
and is noted for her ability to
get along with anyone. She has
only been here for two years but
what was someone else's loss
was our gain. Lucille wants to
be a nurse and we know she will
make a very good one.
Louise just came to us a little
while ago. but she has made a
favorable impression on us in
the short while she has been
here. She has a sweet smile, and
a sense of humor as shown by
her orals in English.
"Reminder" 4: Operetta 141:
Masquers 141: Gym Exhibition 141:
R. I. Honor Society 141.
Personality and looks have
made Everett a popular charac-
ter in Lockwood. There is cr lot
of meaning in the word Person-
ality. and it he lives up to it we
can assure him of lasting suc-
Home Room Representative 111:
Good.Will 121: Warwickite 121:
Debating Club 111: Masquers 11,
21.:.One-act Play 121: Gym Exhi-
Why haven't we heard more
from Mary? Maybe she is shy or
perhaps it is her modesty that
causes her to be so quiet. How-
ever. she is not too shy or mod-
est to be pleasant to everyone
and has been a faithful friend
Home Economics Club 131:
girieteria 141: Operetta 141: Golf
"The trout I caught yesterday
was this long! Honest." is typ-
ical ol Floy , one oi our most
s ncere and gentlemanly seniors.
Though quiet in school. he is full
of pep outside and loves nothing
better than a carefree day, hunt-
ing or iishng in the great out-
Swimming Club 141: Varsity
Football 131: Gym Exhibition 131.
Adeline's good nature has won
her many friends. We know that
she intends to be a stenographer
some day. The senior class all
join in wish ng her the best of
luck in the future.
"Reminder" 131: Home Econom-
ics Club 141: Operetta 141: Mas-
quers 13, 41: Gym Exhibition 111:
Photo Club 141.
For three years Ralph led the
basketball team in scoring. We
know he will be as successful in
Class Executive Committee 13.
41: Home Room Representative
131: Good Will 13, 41 1President 141:
Warwickite 13, 41: G. O. 13, 41:
Gym Exhibition 111: Tennis Club
12, 3, 41: Interclass Basketball 131:
Cross Country 12, 31: Basketball
12, 3, 41 1Caqtain1: I. V. Basketball
111: Basebal12, 3, 41: I. V. Base-
Claire is one girl who was
wrongg named. lt should have
been ertrude. long for "gig-
gling Gerty." Claire is indispen-
sable to her gang, and she is a
lriend anyone would enjoy hav-
Glee Club: Operetta 1l, 2, 3, 41:
Masquers 1l, 2, 3, 41: Gym Exhi-
bition 1l, 2, 31: Girls' Track 12, 31:
Interclass Soccer 12, 31: Basket-
ball 12, 31: Hockey 12, 31: Volley-
ball 13, 21: Baseball 12. 31.
"Cloud" is one ot those girls
who knows much but savs little.
She is known for her ability to
play appropriate piano selec-
tions tor unexpected requests.
We know that she will do well
in her further study ot music and
wish her the best of success in
Gym Exhibition 111.
We hear that Harriett wants to
be a stenographer. Although she
does not say much about her
work or her future, her marks
show that she is a hard worker.
And, ii the good work is kept up,
we're sure success is ahead.
Gym Exhibition 11, 31.
Ken. in his quiet way, has
done much for us. His stage man-
aging made dramatic perform-
ances run smoothly. Ken is also
an actor, and we sincerely hope
that his success holds.
Operetta 141: Masquers 1l, 2, 3.
41: One-act Play 12, 41: State
Competition Play 131: Thanksgiv-
ing Play 13, 41: Christmas Play
13, 41: Gym Exhibition 111: Tennis
13, 41: Cross Country 121.
Della has shown us all that
the old saying "Beautiful but
dumb" doesn't hold true to lorm
in all cases. Her beauty and her
winning ways won for us last
year's ice-queen. Loads ol luck
to you, Della.
Ma uers 141: Senior Play 141:
Gym xhibition 13, 41: Riding
Club 141 1President1: Girls' Lead-
ers' Corps 13, 41.
Loyal, popular, and well -
dressed describe Arnold to a T.
Class Executive Committee 12.
41: "Reminder" 141: Warwickite
13, 41: Debating Club 121: Glee
Club 111: Operetta 141: Masquers
11, 2, 3, 41: Senior Plajy 141: One-
uct Play 13, 41: State ompetition
Play 12, 31: Thanksgiving Play
131: Christmas Play 131: A. A. 121:
Club 131: Interclass Basketball
Gym Exhibition 1l, 31: Tennis Club
131: Golf 131: Hockey 13, 41 1Man-
ager1: Indoor Track 121: Outdoor
Track 121: Cheer Leaders 141 1Head
Shaker Leader1: Gym Exhibition
Annie is a very quiet irl: but.
when you really know ber. you
lind she has a very good sense ot
humor and is a line lriend.
She is one ol our most brilliant
students and we know she will
succeed in her chosen work.
R. I. Honor Society 141: Gym
Exhibition 11, 21.
A quiet fellow you are, Ame-
dio, but very studious indeed.
The faculty as well as your
many friends will always re-
member you for your high aca-
Gym Exhibition 111: InterC1USS
Basketball 11, 2, 31: H- I. Honor
Ruth is always a lady. 4She
may be quiet, but everyone likes
her just the same. She never gets
excited no matter what the sit-
uation may be. Ruth wants to be
a chi1dren's nurse and we know
she will get along well with
"Reminder" 141: Librarian 1117
Cafeteria 13, 41: Operettfl 141: Ml!-
sic Dramatic Club 121: Gym Exhi-
bition 1l1: Golf 121.
Iimmy, as he is called. has
been the nucleus ot wit in o-ur
senior class. His perpetual smile
can be seen at all times in our
corridors and classrooms. His
popularity has been great. .de-
spite his lack of extra activities.
Iimmy will make good. we all
are sure, in whatever field he
Lena is just about our idea of
an excellent athlete. Have you
seen her play basketball? Say,
you're missing something if you
haven't. Luck, always, Lena!
"Reminder" 141: Debating Club
131: Operetta 141: Masquers 121.
131: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3, 41:
lnterclass Soccer 12, 3, 41: Basket-
ball 12. 3. 41: Hockey 12, 3, 41:
Volleyball 12, 31: Baseball 11, Z,
3: Golf 121: Girls' Leaders' Corps
13, 41: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3, 41.
Robert, who for the most part
is a rather quiet individual, is in
reality a good scholar. He has
played in the school orchestra,
and has also a promising abil-
ity in the art of spelling. Our
best wishes are with you.
Orchestra 11, 3, 41: Gym Exhibi-
tion 1l1: Cross Country 121: Indoor
Track 121: Outdoor Track 121: I. V.
gasketball 111: Gym Exhibition
Here comes Smiley! No matter
where or who one is, one is
always happy to hear those
words. Where Smiley is, there
one is sure to find fun and laugh-
Class Executive Committee 141:
Masquers 141: A. A. 141: Varsity
Football 121: I. V. Football 111:
Basketball 12, 3, 41: I. V. Basket-
affll 111: General Organization
"Red" is that fellow who al-
ways has a cheerful grin for you.
You can find him in a pair of
overalls at a Greenwood gas sta-
tion almost every evening. His
earnestness and sincerity make
him a person anyone would
envy. A personality like Red's
will help him succeed.
is Nlgsquers 141: Emergency Corps
Here comes that tall, pleasant
girl. Who? Shirley, that's who.
What a smile! She is never for-
ward, but is always welcome
in any group. By the way, ask
Shirley about a certain surprise
party. It certa'nly was a sur-
prsse to some people. Never-
iheless, we're convinced Shirley
will be a great success.
Beatrice is a quiet, clever,
brown-eyed senior who is tal-
ented in the arts of singing and
P15110 Playing. Her ambitious na-
ture and mental alertness have
ranked her as one of our honor
students. A pleasing smile and
dsposition, combined with her
mtelliqence. will undoubtedly
bring her success.
R. I. Honor Society.
Ethel, shy in school, is gay
and carefree outside. She has q
pleas ng personality, and is al-
ways ready for a laugh. Still she
is an honor student, and every.
one likes her. Cooi luck, Ethel.
,Masque-rs 11. 21: Gym Exhibi-
tvon 131: Interclass Soccer 12, 3, 415
Basketball 12, 3, 41: Hockey 12, 3,
41: Baseball 13, 41: R. I. Honor
THE IN EH
We can always tell when
Iimmy is coming. How? By the
noise. However, I think we ll all
miss him. His whole heart seems
to be wrapped up in baseball.
so perhaps some day we'll see
him as another Lynn Larry.
Interclass Basketball 121: Cross
Country 121: Varsity Baseball 12.
3, 41: I. V. Baseball 111.
Maria is one of our girls who
believes in the old adage. "Si-
lence is golden": tor she is fre-
guently seen but seldom heard.
ecause of this, we don't know
exactly what her ambitions are.
But whatever they may be. they
are sure to succeed.
Home Economics Club 141:
Cafeteria 131: Masquers 111.
George was captain in foot-
ball, goalie in hockey. and a
track man. In other words, a real
athlete who is always willing to
Executive Committee 111: "Re-
minder" 141: Warwickite 12, 3, 41:
Agricultural Club 111: Masquers
141: Senior Play 141: G. O. 111:
Emercgncv Corps 13. 41: A. A. 111:
Gym xhibition 11, 31: Hockey 12,
3, 41: Indoor Track 13, 41: Outdoor
Track 12, 3, 41: Football 12, 3, 41
1Captain1: I. V. Football 111.
Although Donald hasn't gone
in for sports during his years at
Lockwood. he hasn't gone un-
noticed. His dark, wavey hair
has been a qreat attraction and
envy to many around school.
Charlie is that "flash" who
came to us last year from Plym-
outh, and now he is Lockwood's
track star. His pleasing manner
and Plymouth drawl will easily
win your friendship. He is tall
and dark and "the gentleman
prefers blondes" probably be-
cause opposites attract.
Mascbuers 141: Senior Play 141:
Cross ountry 141: Indoor Track
141: Outdoor Track 13, 41.
May sunshine and popularity
follow her footsteps wherever
Good Will 12, 3, 41: "Reminder"
141: Warwickite 12, 41: Oxeretta
121: Masquers 11, 2, 3, 41 1 ttend-
ance Sec.1: Senior Play 141: One-
act Play 11, 3, 41: Christmas Play
141: Cheer Leader 141: Gym Exhi-
bition 1l, 2, 3, 41: Girls' Track
11, 2, 3, 41: Swimming Club 141:
Tennis Club 131 Interclass Soccer
13, 4, 21: Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41:
Hockey 12. 3. 41: Volleyball 2, 3.
41: Baseball 12, 3, 41: R. I. Honor
Saocgetyz Girls' Leaders' Corps
1 . .
Melina is our own "mademoi-
selle." Those who know her are
proud to be her friends for she
has never tailed them. The class
of '38 is proud to have her as a
Gym Exhibition 11, 21: Inter-
class Soccer 121: Basketball 1l, 21:
Meet our school iester! What
Bill lacks in stature he makes up
tor in personality. Ready, will-
inq. and able is Bill.
Class President 12, 41: Secre-
tary-Treasurer 131: Executive
Commitee 11, 2, 3, 41: Home Room
Representative 1l1: Operetta 13,
41: Masquers 12, 3, 41: One-act
Play 12. 31: State Competition
Play 131: Christmas Play 121: A.
A- 12. 31: Gym Exhibition 11, 2, 3,
41: Indoor Track 12, 3, 41: Outdoor
Track 12, 3, 41: Varsity 13, 41.
Betty isn't very big, but we all
know that "good things come in
small packages." Always help-
iul, Betty's size gives no indica-
tion of how great she really is.
"Reminder" 111: Debating Club
12, 31: Operetta 13, 41: Masquers
11. 2. 3.41: One-act Play 111: Gym
Exhibifiml 11. 2. 3. 41 Girls' Track
12. 31: Interclass Soccer 12, 3, 41:
Basketball 12, 3, 41: Hockey 13, 41:
Volleyball 12, 31: Baseball 12, 31:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 13, 41.
Dick is one ol our strong, silent
men. He thinks much and says
little. He has made many lriends
during his stay at Lockwood and
has gained many admirers. With
his personality and will-to-do,
Dick has much success and hap-
piness awaiting him.
A Ogeretta 141: Masquers 141: Sen-
ior lay 141: Gym Exhibition 121.
Hapipiness and all that you
ever esire. Martie!
Executive Committee 131: Home
Room Re resentative 131: Good
Will 12, 3, 41 1Vice President1:
"Reminder" 131: Warwickite 141:
Home Economics Club 141: Oger-
etta 121: Masguers 12. 3. 41: en-
ior Play 141: ne-act Play 11, 31:
Christmas Play 121: Athletic As-
sociation 13, 41 Cheer Leader 11,
Z, 31: Girls' Track 12, Ig: Riding
Club 111: Swimming lub 111:
Tennis 121: Interclass Sports 11, 2,
3, 41 Golf 121: R. I. Honor Society:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 12, 3. 41
Jeannette is one of our girls
who has the ability to make
many friends. She is a good
pianist and will probably accom-
plish much in this art it she con-
tinues. Our best wishes for suc-
cess in any field she chooses are
"Reminder" 141: Home Econom-
ics Club 141: Operetta 141: Music
Dramatic Club 111.
We all know that Frieda is one
of our most intelligent and tal-
ented students. However, she is
too modest to talk about her fu-
ture plans. Perhaps she is sav-
ing her knowledge of music for
later in her life. Lots of luck,
Orchestra 11, Z, 31: New Eng-
land Music Festival 141: R. I. Hon-
or Society: Gym Exhibition 111.
"Tick," as she is better known
to most of us. loves to have a
good time and hates to be quiet.
er favorite pastime seems to be
talking. We hope she becomes a
good cook, but we know she will
make someone a good secretary.
Home Economics Club 141:
Cafeteria 141: Masquers 13, 41.
Charles is one ot those fellows
who is hard to find. A studious
and intelligent student, depend-
able worker, and a quiet and
courteous boy. There is always
a place for a person who pos-
sesses such a wealth ot charac-
ter. We know he will secure his
place in the ladder ot success.
"Artie" is a person on whom
we can all depend. Being out-
standing on the gridiron and the
hockey rink, he has made quite
a name for himself. We expect
great things of you, Art, and
we'll always be rooting lor you.
Class Executive Committee 121:
Hockey 13, 41: Varsity Football
12, 3, 41: R. I. Honor Society.
If you've ever seen Sonia
Henie's skating, you have an
idea oi Lucy's gracefulness and
poise on skates. During her years
at Lockwood. she has been ac-
tive in sports and all her class-
mates are glad to have played
with her. Lucy possesses a deter-
mination to play hard and fair
that will lead her to the top of
the ladder ot success.
Warwickite 121: Home Econom-
ics Club 111: Gym Exhibition ll.
2, 3, 41: Interclass Soccer 12, 3, 41:
Basketball 11, 2, 3. 41: Hockey
12, 3, 41: Volleyball 12, 3, 417
Baseball 12, 3, 41: Girls' Leaders'
Corps 13, 41.
Russell, one of those tricky
boys who says little but thinks
a lot, has made many friends at
Lockwood. Although he delights
in making little witty remarks.
he really has attained much
knowledge in the commercial
line. To encourage his ambitious
character. we offer him our sin-
cere wishes for future success.
mGood Will 111: Gym Exhibition
Florence, our song bird. is that
dark-haired little girl we see
running in and out oi the audi-
torium all the time. This cheerful
miss has a smile for everyone
and has found a place in our
Glee Club 111: New England
Music Festival 12, 3, 41: Operetta
11, 2, 3. 41: Music Dramatic Club
111: Masquers 1l, 2, 3, 41: Gym
Certainly, in this instance.
Classical's loss was Lockwood's
gain, for Arthur possesses a
very pleasing personality. He
has already become popular
through his friendliness, and
above all, his initiative and
spelling ability. Our best wishes
for certain success go with this
newcomer to Lockwood.
Spelling Contest 141: Tennis 141.
WHO'S WHO IN 1938
Ideal Lockwoodite ,.,,,44..,, ...., William Vashey
Girl Who Did Most for the Class,
Boy Who Did Most lor the Class,
Most Popular Girl .... , ..i,,, Margaret Blinkhorn
Most Popular Boy ..,,,. .... i..., William Vashey
Girl Most Likely to Succeed ,, Marion Greene
Boy Most Likely to Succeed,
Best Girl Student ,,,......,
Best Boy Student t.t...,,,,...... .t.i,. R ichard Houghton
Best Boy Athlete ..
Best Looking Girl ,,.,
Best Looking Boy . .t.. .
Cutest Girl .. ,.4i..,. , ....,
Cutest Boy ..... ,,i....,..., .....,, . . .
Most Dependable Girl
Most Dependable Boy
Best Dressed Girl .......,.
Best Dressed Boy
Neatest Girl ....., l.
...., Della Readio
, Marion Maynard
Neatest Boy ,
Best Actress ..., ,
Best Actor ...... ,,
Most Musical Girl
Most Musical Boy ............
Best Girl Dancer ,.
Best Boy Dancer
Best Natured Girl
Best Natured Boy
Noisiest Girl l...., l.
Noisiest Boy ,.....,tt...
Quietest Boy .......,.,,,
Most Bashful Girl
Most Bashful Boy
Most Ladylike l..... .. , ,,,,, H l.
Class Pessimist .. .,
Class Grind ..
Class Romeo .
Class Iuliet , ....... ,
l . Arnold Rice
. .l Anna Goddard
.M Arnold Rice
. .l.. , Marion Maynard
. l.... Louis Hampton
, l Antoinette Bosco
. Elinora Cochrane
, l.l.. Vincenzo Santilli
. .. Maria Tedeschi
. .....,,,,.4..4l Floyd Pelley
,, ...... Marion Greene
,, Ralph Petrarca
, Marjory Whitaker
I, Herbert Abramson, hereby will my golf-playing
ability to Iames Healy.
I, Earl Adams, hereby will my coyness to Helen Byrne.
I. lane Ahlquist, hereby will my gift of gab to Miss
Miller, for future use in her art class.
I, Barbara Anderson, hereby will my snow shoes to my
I, Raymond Anderson, hereby will my shyness in the
presence of the female species to Stafford Trapp.
I, lane Atwood, hereby will my ability to gain weight
to Marion Briggs.
I, Arthur Babine, hereby will my ability to mix un-
knowns in chemistry along with the hope for action to
next year's chemistry class.
I, Robert Barad, hereby will my debating ability to
I, Gordon Belsey, hereby will my ability to carry books
from 102 to Chem. Lab. to Iohn Hess.
I, Iohn Bennett, hereby will all my exquisite French
to any Ir. who wants it.
I, Charles Bertwell, hereby will my ability to break
hockey sticks to some future member of the hockey squad.
I, Harold Black, hereby will my ability to design to
any deserving junior.
I, Iames Blasio, hereby will my luxuriant beard to
l, Margaret Blinkhorn, hereby will my customary
"Warwickite" headache to someone with a larger head.
I, Fred Blum, hereby will my H in United States History
to anyone who could use some extra points.
I, Antoinette Bosco, hereby will my dancing ability to
I. Constance Briggs, hereby will what is left of my
chemistry equipment to the tender care of Mr. Griffin.
I, Laura Brown, hereby will my typing awards to
I, Dorothy Bullock, hereby will my tall and stately
stature to Beryl Coburn.
I, Fred Burns, hereby will my place on the track team
to Bruno Augustine.
I, Marie Carney, hereby will my naturally rosy cheeks
to Dot Buchart.
I, Philip Chenevert, hereby will my collection of skunk
skins to Edward Kelley.
I, Ellinora Cochrane, hereby will my ability to' catch
colds at the wrong time to Eleanor Wade.
I, Madeline Clark, hereby will my curly hair and pug
nose to Ethel Reynolds.
I, Iohn Cooper. hereby will my bow legs to anyone who
I. Olive Coyle, hereby will my quietness on bus 8 to be
divided equally between Rita Cobb and Virginia Englarde.
I, Ansel Dahl, hereby will my shiners and puffed lips
to any future football player.
I, Ruth Dell. hereby -will my brown, wavy hair to
I, Emilio DiCarlo, hereby will my ability to keep away
from girls to Dante Villa.
I, Michael DiCarlo, hereby will my baseball ability to
Ray "Panic" Davide.
I, Lemuel Downs. hereby will my ability to dig clams to
I, Eliza Dunn, hereby will my natural shade of make-up
to Mary Buchanan.
I, Raymond Fagan. hereby will my ability to sleep in
English class to David Wood.
I, Iames Fisher, hereby will my ability to draw to
I, Marie Ford. hereby will my position as librarian to
anyone who has the power to make people return books
I, Rita Flynn, hereby will my ability to keep slender
lo Delight Swanson.
I, Frances W. Foster, hereby will my monotonous giggle
to Margaret Gorman.
I, Anna Goddard, hereby will my knack for getting
silly roles to play on the stage to Priscilla Spooner.
I, Carolyn Godfrey, hereby will my dimples to Mr.
I, Iohn Gouveia, hereby will my extra pencils to Evelyn
I, Helen Greene, hereby will my ability to attend school
rain or shine to Iohn Spellman.
I, Marian Green. hereby will my ability to read French
rapidly and understand it to Ruth Hazard.
I, Marvel Gremour, hereby will my cute sayings to
anyone who needs some way to start a conversation.
I, Martha Grossguth, hereby will my ability to always
have a neat coiffure to Katherine Downs.
I, Evelyn Haglund, hereby will my soft quiet voice to
I, Raymond Halliwell, hereby will my inability to write
shorthand to Raymond Nelson.
I, Shirley Hamilton. hereby will my notebooks to my
I, Louis Hampton, hereby will my slip-horn for future
use under the baton of a swell musical director to Sam
I, Ruth Hannah, hereby will my German to anyone who
wishes to take it.
I, Gladys E. Harding, hereby will my wearing of ear-
rings to anyone who thinks they can wear them as long
as I have. K3 yearsl
I, Dorothy Hartley. hereby will my hair and fingernails
to Margaret Hazelworth.
I, Richard Hearn, hereby will my undying love for Miss
Tillinghast to anyone who can use it.
I. Evelyn Hopkins. hereby will my shorthand book to
anyone who is willing to keep it covered.
I, Nora Horne, hereby will my silent laugh to Dot Tate
so that she can discard her giggles.
I, Florence Homstein. hereby will the extra straw I
always take with my bottle of milk at lunch period to
anyone who needs it.
I, Ruth Horton, hereby will my ability to park in other
people's driveways to anyone who enjoys getting a ticket
I, Richard Houghton, hereby will my habit of pro-
crastinating to that junior who has his homework always
on time, Raymond Haerry.
I. Georgiana Iames, hereby will my daily walk from
Greenwood to Alice Carruthers.
I, Richard Iames, hereby will my red canoe and a
waning moon to Velma Cookson, who can make good use
I, Helen Johnson, hereby will my strenuous gym ac-
tivities to Margaret Gorman.
I, Walter Iohnson, hereby will my ability to please
Lockwood girls to my brother Norman.
I. Milton Iohnson, hereby will my overabundance of
hair to Gordon Johnson.
I, Signe Iohnson, hereby will my blond curly locks to
I, Walter Iordan. hereby will my broken down track
shoes to David Wood.
I, Wilma Iordan, hereby will my numerous bracelets
to Shirley Morgan.
I, Frances Kendall, hereby will my perfect attendance
to anyone who needs it.
l. Grace Kelley, hereby will my ability to take the
wrong lunch to Dot Tate.
I, Iames Kilbane, hereby will my ability to keep away
from Lockwood girls to Ray Davide.
l, Louise Lepry, hereby will my naturally curly hair to
I, Wilma Leu, hereby will my chemistry notebook to
the reference library.
I, lrene Lightbown. hereby will my dimples to Isabella
I, Dorothea Lucas, hereby will my great love for English
and literatures to Mr. Flanagan's next year's senior class.
I, Domenic Maglioli, hereby will my smoothly shaven
cheeks to Ralph Pelley.
I, Fred Main, hereby will my prize-winning blue eyes
to Betty Dell.
I, Irving Main, hereby will my ability to do nothing on
the "high-bar" to Gerard Chenevert.
I, Albert Martin, hereby will my bum camera to Bill
Rossi. "Better luck with it, Bill."
I. Marion Elizabeth Maynard. hereby will my ability to
play the fiddle to Iohn Blum.
I, Thomas E. McCabe, hereby will my ability to get out
of work on the "Warwickite" to Ralph Pelley.
I, Arthur McCarthy, hereby will my shyness to Fred
I. Iosephine McMahon, will my hysterical cackle to
anyone foolish to take it.
I, Eve Nathanson. hereby will my ability to argue and
my talkitiveness to Priscilla Everson.
I, Norman Nelson. hereby will my "Hamlet" to Gordon
I. Elizabeth Nicholson. hereby will my dilapidated note-
book to any senior who will promise not to abuse it.
I, Louise Ogilivie, hereby will my ability to laugh at
teachers' jokes to anyone who can laugh as hard.
I, Lucile Olney, hereby will my ability to get along
with others to Dot Tate.
I. Everett Paice. hereby will my sing-sing haircut to
anyone who cares to go around looking like an ex-convict.
I, Mary Papa, hereby will my ability to carry trays
with one hand to Helen Laid.
I. Floyd Pelley. hereby will my fondness for fishing to
I, Adeline Petrangelo, hereby will my laughing brown
eyes to Norma Gardiner.
I. Ralph Petrarca. hereby will my "Romeo" ability to
some bashful jr.
l, Claire Polis, hereby will my ability to ask questions
to any deserving jr.
I, Harriet Pollard, hereby will my ability to do short-
hand to Marei Izzi.
I, Claudia Pollitt, hereby will my extra avoirdupois to
I, Kenneth Raymond, hereby will my ability to the
whole Ir. class. Q
I, Della Readio, hereby will my height to Phyllis Lintlop.
l, Arnold Rice, hereby will my noisiness to Betsey
I, Annie Rogers, hereby will my shorthand notebook to
I, Amedio Rossi, hereby will my ability in Italian to
I, Ruth Sandberg. hereby will my cafeteria trays to
I, Lena Santilli. hereby will my athletic ability to Anita
I, Robert Schaefer, hereby will my ability to play "Love
In Bloom" like lack Benny to Albert Roberts.
I, Vincenzo Santilli. hereby will my gym shorts to D.
Period Gym class.
I, Walter Siravo, hereby will my curly toupee to Clyde
I, Earle Steere, hereby will my red hair and freckles to
I, Shirley Stevens, hereby will my height to anyone who
wants to inspect the top of the girl's lockers.
I, Beatrice Suter. hereby will my ability to stutter over
"To be or not to be" to Bernard Bentsen.
I, Ethel Swenson, hereby will my art work and painted
hands to Eleanor Willard. '
I, James Taylor, hereby will my abilty to make noise
to Jackie Gilheeney.
I, Maria Tedeschi, hereby will my shyness to Eleanor
I, George Therrien. hereby will my self confidence
farrogancel to Fred Dunlavey.
I, Donald Thuotte. hereby will my eyeglasses, together
with the ability to lose and break them to Stafford Trapp.
I, Charles Tingley, hereby will my long legs to Mary
I, Ieanne Vaillant, hereby will my smile to Margaret
Parker and hope she uses it.
I, Melina Varrieur, hereby will long fingers to a junior
who needs them.
I, William Vashey, hereby will my hours in Lockwood's
Halls to a PAL.
I, Betty Wallis, hereby will my 5 foot stature to Laurel
I, Richard Weigert, hereby will my ability to not receive
H's to anyone who wants it.
I, Freida Weiss, hereby will my fiddle to Barbara
I, Marjory Whitaker, hereby will my athletic ability to
I. Ieannette White, hereby will my ability to make noise
in the corridor to Pauline Bousquet.
I, Margaret Wilde, hereby will my desire to talk to
I, Charles Worth. hereby will my ability to receive H
Grades and all the H's I didn't receive to Charles
I. Arthur Wyss. hereby will my ability to trim Fred
Burns at "tick-tack-too" to anyone who enjoys winning.
I, Russell Yates, hereby will my ability to call chickens
to Gordon Iohnson.
l, Florence Zorabedian, hereby will my ability to sing
to Flora Marsocci.
I. Lucy Wyss, hereby will my ability to skate to a future
died during her sophomore year
Lost from sight
V 7 I
To May Lawson, a member of our class, who
to memory dear."
TIME: 1958, twenty years after graduation.
PLACE: Chepiwanoxet, Warwick.
SCENE: The spacious living room in the home
of C. Walter Iohnson, eccentric millionaire.
C. Walter is sitting before the fireplace, gaz-
ing into the flames as his wife, the former
Marian Maynard, enters. Marian speaks,
"Why, Walter, what are you doing here?
Your guests will be here in a short time, and
you want them to be shown into the blue
room. It won't be very polite for you to leave
them alone in there."
Walter answers, "My dear, how charming
you look today. You don't look a day older
than the day you graduated. I was just re-
miniscing. I wonder if the old school chums
have changed very much? I suppose most of
them are happily married, just as you and I.
By the way, Marian, where is Belsey, the
butler?" "He's in the kitchen, Walter, telling
cook how to fix the sandwiches and hors'
d'oeuvres." "Well, when he comes in to fix
the flowers, tell him to show the guests into
the blue room as soon as they arrive. Now,
let's you and I sit and talk over old times.
Remember Fred Burns and Arthur Wyss?
Well, they just went on an expedition to the
Gobi Desert to dig for buried treasure. They're
Archaeologists now, Fred Main is a local clam
digger. When Uncle Sven died, I met lane
Ahlquist's husband. He buries all the best
people. Remember how shy Raymond Ander-
son used to be? Well, he was in that motion
picture I saw the other day in the theater,
and has he changed! He's quite a success in
Hollywood now, and Shirley Hamilton is his
latest leading lady. Irvin Main became a great
Shakesperean actor. They say he was won-
derful in "Hamlet" last season in New York.
Lucile Olney became a nurse and married
her first patient, Phil Chenevert, when he was
injured in a big league hockey game."
Marian sighed, "I wonder what became of
Albert Martin. I always thought he would
do something big." "Well, he did, Marian,
he fell asleep ten years ago, and has he got
the world of science puzzled! You know Rita
Flynn and Betty Nicholson started a swanky
magazine called "Cashions," it tells all about
the latest styles and their costs. Irene Light-
bown, who was always so quiet, is making up
for her years of silence now. She's an an-
nouncer on the radio program which adver-
tises "Papa's Marma1ade." Mary Papa runs
that business in a partnership with Annie
Rogers. Ruth Sandberg married Floyd Pelley
two years after graduation. I was always
suspicious of something like that happening.
Lena Sfantilli became a great chemist in
New York, while Betty Wallis became a
chemical engineer, the size of her! Wilma Leu
and Helen Iohnson are partners in a novel
business. Wilma is a doctor, and Helen has
exclusive rights to wave her patients hair
after they recuperate. I saw Evelyn Hopkins
Gouveia the other day, and she told me her
husband, Iohn is doing very well in his
bakery. Lemuel Downs realized his greatest
ambition when he became a food-taster in a
large hotel. I always knew he'd come to that!
Maria Tedeschi is just as quiet as ever, I
guess, nobody has heard a word from her
since graduation! Marion Green became a
missionary, which was the one aim in her life,
and she's in the Fiji Islands. She wrote me
that she met Iames Fisher down there a few
months ago. He was trying to give the natives
a course in the appreciation of art. Laura
Brown married some millionaire in Boston,
and she's very happy, I hear. Dorothy Bullock
is now in Los Angeles, where she has a lion
taming camp. She trains them for Donald
Thuotte's new circus, which is playing in
Chicago. Nonie Horne and lane Atwood are
trapeze artists in his ring show. Louis Hamp-
ton leads the band, and he's going to London
to play before the king and queen next
season. I met Helen Greene in East Green-
wich yesterday. She has a fashion shop in
Providence. Ieanette White is a designer for
her. Ellinora Cochrane is a dentist in Boston.
She doesn't use gas on her patients, because
her smile makes them forget the pain.
Marian again interrupts, "Did Georgianna
Iames get married?" "Yes, but she runs a
bone-button business, too. Herbert Abramson
is a butcher, and he sells the bones from his
meat to Georgianna for her buttons. Earl
Adams teaches history in Lockwood, while
Domenic Maglioli is a very successful ac-
countant in Arctic. He married Adeline
Petrangelo. Michael DeCarlo was broken-
hearted over this, and he went to Paris to
forget. He met Frieda Weiss who was study-
ing the violin there, and they were married.
Richard Hearn is a speed-typist now. He
holds the world's record. Iohn Bennett is the
Mayor of Warwick now, and Robert Barad
is the Governor of Rhode Island. Lucy Wyss
is a figure-skating champion, and she is in
Europe for the Olympics."
"Marian, where is that butler? Buzz for him.
Ah, there you are, Belsey. The guests haven't
started to arrive, have they?" "No, Mr. Iohn-
son, they haven't. I don't suppose Iosephine
McMahon will be able to come, will she,
Mr. Iohnson?" "No, I don't think she will.
Belsey, she's in Italy studying opera. She
makes her debut in the Metropolitan next
month. Richard Houghton will be the conduc-
tor there starting next month. I bought a
magazine the other day, and the name of it
was "Fagan's Folly." It was started by Ray-
mond Fagan. The girl on the cover looked
familiar to me, so I inquired. It was Barbara
Anderson, who is posing for the different
"While experimenting one day, Arthur
"Einstein" Babine made a great discovery,
but unfortunately he lost the formula. Now
he and Harold Black are devoting their lives
to trying to find out what it was. Earle Steere
is a tonsorial artist, and Antoinette Bosco is
a groomer of fingernails in this swanky estab-
lishment. Wilma Iordan is head-mistress of
Shaffer's Songster's Sanctuary. Claudia Pol-
litt has been engaged to George Therrien for
the past ten years, but George refuses to take
the final step until his book "Therrien the
Thinker" is completed. Myrtle Gustafson runs
a turtle farm, and she sells her antiquated
testudinata to Emilio DiCarlo, who runs a
soupery. Frances Foster has made her fortune
designing paper dolls for the children of
Boston's better families. Gladys Harding, I
hear, is a stenographer in McCabe's Boiler
Factory. Della Readio runs a home for aban-
doned infants, and Arnold Rice is chief
"bouncer and disciplinarian." Iames Taylor
runs a dog pound. Charles Worth is the chief
catcher of dogs. Vincenzo Santilli is a "Santa
Claus" at Christmas time and a chimney
cleaner the rest of the year. Margaret Blink-
horn is the efficiency expert in Siravo's Razor
Makery, while Marie Ford supervises the
packing. Marie Carney and Madeline Clark
collaborated on a book dealing with the terp-
sichorean art. Martha Grossguth and Ansel
Dahl have profited by this book and are now
a successful adaqio team. They dance quite
frequently in Halliwell's Hall. Louise Lepry
and Florence Hornstein run a professional
escort bureau, and Walter Iordan and Everett
Paice are two of their most popular rented
Romeos. Claire Polis eloped with Iames Kil-
baine shortly after graduation, and they are
still on their honeymoon. Arthur O'Leary is
a radio announcer. Harriet Pollard is a hair
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stylist in Paris, and Frances Kendall is her
most popular model. Charles Tingley and
Eve Nathanson are married and are now
occupying their new abode that was designed
by Arthur McCarthy. Olive Coyle is the star
of the new Olive Oil radio program, for which
Ruth Dell prepares the script. Marvel Gremore
is a sculpturess, and Eliza Dunn is the hostess
at her new studio exhibit hall. Fred Blum's
insect spray has done wonders in Milton
Iohnson's greenhouses, pansies. Anna God-
dard opened a boarding house and Carolyn
Godfrey waits on table, much to the enjoy-
ment of Richard Weigert, the first victim.
Norman Nelson is still plugging his way
through college selling Haglund's cookbook.
Amedio Rossi joined the navy to see the
world. Ruth Horton and Richard Iames are
in China doing missionary work. Matrimony
claimed Dorothy Hartley and Kenneth Ray-
"Oh, Walter, I saw in the paper the other
day that Mildred Martin and Florence Zora-
bedian are starring in a great musical comedy
in Chicago. They're in the Stevens Theater,
which is owned jointly by Shirley Stevens
and Louise Ogilvie. I also saw that Ruth
Hannah performed a great brain operation
on a woman in Georgia. Margaret Wilde and
William Vashey, who is the president of the
Vashey Varnish Company, are considering
settling down now. Dorothea Lucas is a
writer. Her latest book was published by
Ethel Swenson and Beatrice Suter, who are in
that business. Melina Verrieur and Russel
Yates became benedicts. Of course, you
wouldn't know what happened to Marjory
Whitaker and Ralph Petrarca! Jeanne Vail-
lant is a dancer in many successful produc-
tions, and Signe Iohnson is her companion.
Iohn Cooper met Connie Briggs again a few
years ago and is Connie happy! She's help-
ing Iack manage his toothpick factory now.
Grace Kelly is a reporter for a syndicate
newspaper, of which Charles Bertwell is
managing editor, pretty soft, huh! I guess
Iames Blasio is the last member of the old
class. He's probably happier than anyone.
He's running the race track!"
"Oh, there's the bell, Marian, they're com-
ing. Gee, it will be swell to see some of the
old gang again. They were one swell bunch,
weren't they?" "I guess there never was a
better class, Walter. Let's go out in the vesti-
bule and meet them together. They link arms
and stroll from the room.
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
1939 CLASS OFFICERS
First How: P, Lintlop, S. Trapp
F. Phelps, Miss 'I'ew.
Second How: F. Marsorci, I
Hess. R. Rowe, ll. Conti.
194 0 CLASS OFFICERS
First Row: M. Anderson, R. La
pointe, L. Fish, T. Scmtilli.
Second How: M. Card, P. Fahl
man, Mr. Wedlock, D, Bertwell
HISTORY OF THE CLASS
In the early days of September 1936, the
school seemed flooded with bewildered fresh-
men. In spite of the fact that we were new to
the school, we soon began to show our worth.
Before the year was over we were well repre-
sented in many of the school's activities.
During the second year of our work we
branched out even farther into the life of the
school, taking part in athletics, dramatics,
debating, and various other organizations.
Scholastically our students stood exception-
Now we are all looking forward to the big
event of the year - our Iunior Prom, which is
destined to be the outstanding social affair
of the season.
There is scarcely an activity in which we
do not take part. Now as we look back over
the years, it seems that no other class could
possibly equal our class.
F. GREF '39
HISTORY OF THE CLASS
Most of the class of 1940 entered Lockwood
as eighth graders in 1935. We all felt inferior
at first but we soon acquired a little confi-
dence, and by the middle of the year we had
active members in most every organization.
In September 1936, we came back as ninth
graders. This year, as the year before, we
won the Iunior One-Act Play Competition.
After this, we made up our minds to be the
best class that has ever graduated from Lock-
This year we have many outstanding mem-
bers from the class of 1940 in the Debating
Club, Masquers, Warwickite, etc. The name
of the play given by our class this year was
entitled "Rooms to Let." It was under the ex-
cellent direction of Mr. Downs, our class ad-
visor, we feel sure that we will win our title,
the best class in Lockwood.
BEVERLY ARNOLD '40
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HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1941
In October 1935 we entered Lockwood as the first seventh grade. We were
looked down upon as "the little seventh graders," though many were quite large.
But disregarding this we plunged into our studies, entered the various clubs,
and also took part in the other activities of the school. In 1936 we again came,
not as the seventh grade but the eighth grade. We were joined by over 100
students, thus forming the largest class in the school. In September 1937 we
started the season enthusiastically las the ninth grade.l We continued our
recreational work in dramatics, debating, and so forth. But best of all, we were
the class with the largest honor roll.
We thank our advisor, Miss Demers, and know that under her we will
have success in our years at Lockwood.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1942
In September, 1937, a group of pupils which comprised the eighth grade
entered the open doors of Lockwood High School. This group, as it went through
the year, joined its dramatic society, its debating society, its athletic teams, its
photography club and many other organizations. Some of the pupils in these
clubs are perhaps destined to become great actors, orators, athletes, photog-
raphers, etc. u
Now, as Iune 1938 rolls around and school comes to a close, we find these
pupils looking both back and ahead, rejoicing in the knowledge which they have
gained in the past year and hoping for four more enjoyable years within the
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1943
We arrived here in the fall of 1937, appearing like a small town boy in a
big city, an expectant and hopeful group much bewildered by the new course
of events. The next two never to be forgotten weeks were filled with surprises,
discouragements, and advances. The thrill of the change in environment soon
wore off, however, and we settled down to business.
Many members of the class joined the various organizations and distin-
guished themselves in that field. Our efforts in the One-Act Play Competition
weren't as well rewarded as we hoped they would be, but we expect bigger and
better triumphs in the years to come.
The seventh grade as a whole has tried to be a pleasant and helpful
crowd: and we hope we have succeeded. Many times our efforts have been hope-
lessly bungledp but we look forward eagerly toward five more years of happi-
ness at Lockwood.
CLASS OF 194l
First Row: B, Weiqert. Miss
Demers. V. Anderson, F. Mc-
Second How: M. O'Brien, H.
Pouler, I, Simas, M. Gorman.
CLASS CF 1942
First How: B. Cobb, B. Gorman
Miss Burns, E. Barker.
Second Row: N, Barlow, C
Brassard, L. Grinslade, A
CLASS OF 1943
First Row: R. Flynn, Miss
Mears, F, McKeever.
Second Row: C. Chase. V. Ur-
quhart, H. Coutu.
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The purpose of the General Organization is
to provide a more democratic form of student
government. This capable and competent
group meets with Mr. Schurman to discuss
the various situations about school, and to
try to solve the problems to the satisfaction
of both the faculty and students. As in the past,
this year the group deserves praise for the
work done to eliminate some of the problems,
and for giving the students a chance to ex-
press their sentiments. The members of the
G. O. are elected from the whole student
First How: M. Gorman, C. Bras
sard, R. Coutu, F. McCabe. I
Blasio, S. Trapp, W. Vashey
M. Blinkhorn. A. Richard, B
Second How: L. Fish, F. Mar
socci, W, Siravo, A. Rice, H
Petrarca, I. Hess, Mr. Schur
mon. F. Phelps, Ft. Rowe. R. La-
Pointe, M. Anderson, E. How
First How: B. Cobb, C. Godfrey
R. Petrdrca. Mr. Downs. R.
Rowe, F. McCabe, M, Petrarca
Second How: R. Granquist, M
Gorman, M. Anderson, I. Vail
lant, M. Blinkhorn, E. Coch
rane, A. Goddard.
Third Row: M. Whitaker, A
Bachelder, M. Anderson, F
Phelps, E. Ahlquist, C. Palm
The Good Will Organization has, as of other
years, continued its valuable work to the
school by acting as ushers, guides, traffic
directors, candy sellers, office helpers, and
generally making themselves useful to the
school. This was due to the capable super-
vision of our advisor, Mr. Downs, and it is
sincerely hoped that he will continue as such
in the future.
K Tu 'N
First Row: C. Aylsworth, M.
Collins, G. Lester, M. Blink-
horn. Miss West, Miss Mulli-
gan. A. Lintlop, G. Harris, A.
Second How: Y. Richard, I.
Blasio. C. Godtrey, I. Vaillant,
A. Rice. M. Whitaker, C. Worth.
V. Anderson, H. Card, L.
Third Row: I. Fisher, M. Iohn-
son, B. Anderson, G. Therrien,
C. Briggs, R. Petrarca, R. Rowe
First How: R. Ashworth, H.
Pettigrew. Miss Miller. R. Ploe
ger. I. Bennett, B. Harwood
Miss Wallace, E. Steere.
Second Row: A. Ashworth, H
Byrne. L. Leprv, F. Gret, E
MacDonald, R. Barad, R.
Haerry, Y. Richard, I. Mac-
Mahon, M. Chatter, E. Budlong
Under the experienced and able hand ot
Miss Beatrice E. West, the Warwickite has
enjoyed one ot its most successful years
literally as well as financially.
Appearing as it does bi-weekly, it has be-
come a series ot milestones along our educa-
THE DEBATING CLUB
Another successful year has passed tor the
Lockwood Debating Club under the capable
direction ot Miss Wallace. Activities, besides
school debates, included a dinner with ex-
temporaneous speeches, and a session ot con-
gress at R. I. State, with Lockwood coming in
second. Members ot the Club have also
visited other schools to persuade them to join
the Kent County League.
Under the supervision of our new director,
Mr. Flanagan, the Masquers has been true to
past reputation by repeating their usual list
of good performances. Since this Club is the
largest of the School, a great many things
have been accomplished which have brought
much enjoyment to the members. Various
speakers from the different branches of dra-
matics, such as radio, stage, and screen,
spoke to the Club during this year, which
made it one of outstanding importance and
one which will not be easy to equal in years
Vashey, A. Goddard.
Rice, C. Godfrey.
The Masquettes have been as successful in
their second year as they were in their first.
Because of the large number of students in
the society, and through the wise decisions of
Miss McCabe, the very best of talent has been
used in every attempt at Dramatics. This,
along with other things, is the factor which
made the Thanksgiving and Christmas Plays
what they were.
We are looking forward to bigger, better,
and more complete triumphs in the years to
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First How: B, Harwood W
Second How: Mr. Flanagan A
First How: C. Iustice, W Tay
lor, I. Sweet, Miss McCabe R
HOME ECONOMICS' CLUB
First Row: I. Grossguth. M.
Clark, C. Briggs, M. Gorman.
Second Row: D. Hartley, C.
Mills, I. White, Miss Compston,
M. Grossguth. M. Whitaker.
GIRLS' LEADERS' CORPS
First Row: B. Wallis, F. Foster.
L. Santilli, P. Lintlop, Miss
Mitchell. M. Whitaker, C. Mar-
tin, E. Cochrane. C. Godfrey.
Second How: I. Vaillant, S.
Budlong, A. Martin, D. Tate, C.
Mills, D. Hall, I. Ahlquist, E.
Nathansen, B. Harwood, E.
Third Row: F. Hornstein, L.
Lepry, D. Buchart, M. Barnes,
I.. Raymond, A. Cockrell, B.
Anderson, D. Readio, R. Davis,
This organization is composed of girls who
are interested in athletics and in promoting a
spirit of good fellowship throughout the
This year they were an asset to their in-
structor by their able assistance in the gym
We sincerely hope that members ot the
corps in the future years will have Miss Mit-
chell as their advisor and fellow member.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The verse which begins, "Somebody said it couldn't be
done," could well be applied to the Home Economics
Club when it was organized three years ago. Due to the
combined efforts of the members and our advisor, Miss
Compston, the club is now firmly organized and success-
ful. It was started for the purpose of carrying on the
work of the Home Economics Department and also to
teach the members how to conduct themselves at teas
and other social gatherings. Our activities this year have
included teas for the members, a faculty tea, an afternoon
dance, and a courtesy assembly. The following Capable
officers were elected for the year: Constance Briggs as
President: Charlotte Mills as ViceePresident: Dorothy
Hartley as Social Chairman: Ieannette White as Secretary,
and Antoinette Grossguth as Treasurer.
Resch, M. Smith, W. Taylor, D
The Emergency Corps has three aims, each
of these to benefit the school. The first is to
perform any act that may demand immediate
attention: the second, to regulate the bus
traffic: the third, to assist in fire drills and
The members of this organization are to be
congratulated for their conscientious efforts
throughout the year.
First Row: R. Sisson, I. Fisher
C. Palm, G. Therrien, F. Phelps
E. Steere, E. Iohnson, E. Kelley
Second Row: R. Halliwell. A
Rice, Mr. Barber, A. Padula, N
Barrett, N. Sheldon, C. Ther
rien, W. Axelson.
First Row: M. Ekstrand, F
McCabe, E. Howard, Mr. Car
roll, I. Mills, Mr. McGiveney
L. Olsen, S, Leland.
Second Row: L. Lyon, R. Per
cival, H. Black, E. Kirk, D
Genever, E. Wood.
The Photography Club was formed this
year by boys who were interested in Photog-
raphy. Under the guidance of Mr. McGiveney
and Mr. Carroll the members were taught the
fundamentals of photography. The purpose
of the Photography Club is to enable the
members to have an interesting and educa-
First Row: M. Maynard, F.
Weiss, E. Iohnson. R. Schaffer.
Lawrence, A. Roberts, I. Blum,
Second Row: C. Mills, F. Greff.
A. Beberian, A. Martin, Miss
Willard, S. Shapiro. H. Polis.
R. Granquist, C. Maynard.
Third Row: R. LaPointe, L.
Hampton, V. Huntley. R.
Houghton, I. Houghton, W.
Iohnson. W. Rossi.
First Row: B. Eastman, M.
Mills, G. Cunningforth, P. Ran-
dall, M. Wilcox, R. Irwin, F.
Second Row: D. Swanson. M.
Pacheco, E. Shapiro, Miss Wil
lard, A. Cochrane, M. O'Brien.
Third Row: H. Lawson, R. Lint-
lop, R. Olson, M. Sweet, R.
Fisher, A. Main.
We are all proud of our concert orchestra.
Miss Willard has done a wonderful job in
building up such a fine group of young musi-
cians, who play for assemblies and evening
entertainments, such as the plays, the Oper-
etta, and P. T. A. meetings. Besides being
popular in school affairs, it is much in demand
by various organizations in the city, in con-
junction with program school music before
public service. High School orchestras are to
broadcast weekly concerts over the radio. We
are proud to hear that our orchestra will
The junior orchestra is working up so that
they will be able to carry on in the senior
orchestra, and they have some very promis-
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Our band is one of our youngest organiza-
tions and is growing bigger and better all the
time. It plays at most of our athletic events,
providing inspiration for the players as well
as the spectators.
Through Miss Willard's splendid leader-
ship and untiring work in interesting the
student body, the school board, and the War-
wick Lions Club the number of instruments
has jumped ahead by three trombones, three
clarinets, a sousaphone, three alto horns, one
baritone, and one flute.
We hate to leave the band, with its stirring
marches, but we are glad to see it is here to
stay as one of our leading organizations.
PONTIAC, R. I., DURING
THE WORLD WAR
"There is something wrong when one man,
or a small group of men, can force war and
compel youth to fight it."
From "Before the Drums Beat"
Mary Roberts Rinehart
An early morning visitor in Pontiac, R. I.,
on April 6, 1917, would have detected an un-
usual tenseness in the atmosphere that
seemed to fill the village in every corner.
People young and old alike went about their
work without the usual zeal and vigor: fre-
quent sobs escaping their tightly closed lips.
In the streets men talked very little waiting
for what they considered inevitable: our for-
mal declaration of war on Imperial Germany.
They knew what it meant. That hideous mon-
ster, War, would reach out and grasp them
and their sons, and in many cases, their wives
Toward the afternoon women gathered at
familiar places and darned heavy socks and
sweaters for the men who were to leave
them, perhaps forever. Here was exhibited
the warm friendship and spirit of co-opera-
tion present in the small community.
Finally the day of parting arrived, a won-
derful day on which all creation should have
rejoiced. Nevertheless, the inhabitants of
Pontiac seemed to take no notice of this
glorious dawning. They were thinking only
of the horrible experiences their boys would
have to go through. Guns blasting, flares ex-
ploding, cracking rifles would be their only
interest. In the air the more adventuresome
would find anti-aircraft shells bursting all
about. Below they would see waves of men
being mowed down by the rattle of machine-
gun fire. A few minutes later the battle-
ground would be strewn with men who had
had no part in the making of the conflict.
People had already begun to feel the
absence of those who had departed. Several
days later Bob Abramson returned from a
station hundreds of miles away to kiss his
mother a last good-bye. He returned. Many
of his boyhood pals did not.
Approximately two years later, aboard a
special train, a group of men prepared to dis-
embark at the familiar old depot. The whole
town was rejoicing at the return of their loved
ones. The man whom I interviewed was
happy to relate that with the exception of a
few families no one was disappointed. How-
ever, those that were found one consolation
in the fact that a member of their family had
made the supreme sacrifice and had found
the promised peace of the World War Armis-
tice, while his brothers lived on in a strife
Class of 1940
LINES TO A DIARY
On your snowy page I picture
Happy scenes of fleeting years.
When these youthful words have faded
Will their sunny smiles be tears?
Tears of joy or tears of sorrow,
Tears of hopes of days long past?
Though they're tears of friends forgotten
You're one friend whose love will last.
When this page is thin and yellowed,
When your cover's old and torn,
What dear memories will there linger?
What fond dreams this leaf adorn?
Dreams to cast a living shadow
Of the life that's passed away?
Dreams to fill a sweet tomorrow
With the memories of today?
May they guide me through the future
With a gleam of misty light.
I'll record the sunny hours.
Do you keep the dark ones bright?
Class of 1939
BESIDE A LAKE
An amber, radiant beam of light
Shone on the lake last night.
If formed a pathway to the heav'n
And stars so cool and bright.
It was so soft and glowing,
And on the shimmering lake
It looked so pure, so beautiful
It caused my heart to ache.
The air was cool beside the lake,
And it caressed my hair
As if an angel's scented breath
Was floating through the air.
The grass was soft and velvet-like
As if it had been laid
For some celestial beings
To gather and parade.
The beauty of the calmness
Was like a poet's dream:
He tries to put his thoughts in words
But finds no perfect scheme.
And I, who was so favored
To gaze upon the sight
Was awed because I knew that God
Was near my lake last night.
Class of 1938
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Seated: Mr, Hersey, Miss Tew,
Mr. McGiveney. Mr. Flanagan.
Miss Compston, Miss West.
Standing: Miss Wallace, Miss
Koralewsky, Mr. Barker, Miss
Burns, Mr. Fernald, Miss Daily.
First Row: R. Sandburg, I. Ahl-
quist. S. Shapiro, L. Northup.
M. Martin, D. Gustafson, M.
Carney, A. Bosco, A. Gross-
guth, R. Flynn. N. Horne. I. At-
wood, G. Iames, M. Wilcox.
Second Row: R. Pelley. D.
Hartley, Gilheeney. M. Clark,
H. Abramson, A. Rice, A. God-
dard, S. Trapp, F. Zorabedian,
F. Marcocci, H. Hammond. F.
Foster, M. Iohnson, I. Blasio,
L. Cipolla, M. Bennett, M.
Barnes, T. McCabe, D. Swan-
Third Row: E. Steer, R. Cobb.
L. Raymond. E. Willard, L.
Santilli, M. McDonough, N.
Sheldon, W. Vashey, G. Tick-
ell, C. Kinloch, F. Kendall, M.
Grossguth, M. Card. G. Hard-
ing, E. Haywood, A. Sherman.
Fourth How: E. LaPoint, S.
Northup, D. Genever, I. Coop-
er, L. Downs, E. Nicholson. M.
Gremour, P. Iohnson, D.
Walsh, W. lzzi, F. Martino, I.
Welch, R. Iackson, R. LaPoint.
E. Wallis, R. Sisson, W. Gen-
ever, A. Petrangelo, D. Spen-
Filth Row: R. Charron, E. Rey-
nolds, P. Coutu. O. Coyle, I.
White. W. Iordan, F. Main, P.
Geddes. E. Audet, H. Gran-
quist, F. Primeau, R. Fagan,
M. Smith, M. Gelinas, L. Ogil-
vie, W. Axelson, T. Centrac-
Seated: L. Hampton, C. Briggs,
D. Readio, E. Nathanson, C.
Godfrey. G. Belsey, F. Foster,
A. Goddard, R. Hannah.
Standing: D. Weigert, D.
Hearn, A. Babine, M. Iohnson,
C. Tingley, D. Houghton, A.
Rice. G. Therrien, Mr. Wedlock
iDirectorl. I. Vaillant, M. Whit-
aker. L. Lepry.
THE FACULTY PLAY
Early in October the faculty started dropping subtle hints about the
Red Terror, who was to appear in their play, "Philip for Short." There was no
way of finding who this Red Terror was until he appeared in person one noon
in the cafeteria with his opponent Napoleon. Incidentally they both happened
to be little Bantam roosters.
The scene takes place in the home of a prominent business man, Henry
Dodge, played by Mr. Fernald, and his charming wife played by Miss Compston.
Miss Koralewsky was Henry's mother-in-law, who did not approve of him.
Philip, who finds himself in many trying situations, was successfully played by
Mr. Barker. Miss Burns was Henry's younger sister Betty, who fell in love with
Philip. Her older sister, lane, was played by Miss Tew, and Alfred, lanes bashful
suitor, by Mr. Hersey. Miss West was Miss Matilda Tucker, who was interested
in doing things for the "beautifu1 city of Mayfield." The humorous parts were
played as follows: Henry, the butler, Mr. Flanagan: Geranium, the colored
maid, Miss Wallace: and Philip's negro servant, Mr. McGiveney.
"Pickles," a popular musical comedy by Gordon Nelson and Donn Crane,
was very ably presented February llth under the direction of Miss Willard
and Mr. Wedlock. The story took place in the gay country of Vienna at carnival
time. The leading roles were played by Florence Zorabedian, gypsy girl:
Stafford Trapp, an advertising agent: Milton Iohnson, a "Pickle Prince": Flora
Marsocci, his daughter: Herbert Hammond. an American artist: Arnold Rice,
chief of the secret service: Frances Foster, a charming English widow: Iames
Blasio chieftain of the gypsy camp. Others included: Herbert Abramson, Anna
Goddard, William Vashey, and Norman Sheldon, along with a large colorful
chorus of Viennese maidens, gypsies, and tourists. The Auditorium was sold
out and many were turned away for lack of room.
This year the Senior Class presented a very amusing comedy, "Charm,"
by Iohn Kirkpatrick. Each part was well played, and as a whole the play was
presented in an excellent manner. Many of us besides being entertained, also
gained several tips on how to be "charming." The cast was as follows:
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Mr. Harper .............
.. Constance Briggs
Ida May Harper .,.,... ..,.,....,,.... D ella Readio
Mr. Lester ...,........ .,
Rudolph Klein ..
Mrs. Paxton . ,.... .
Mr. Paxton ...........,
,. ., ...,. Charles Tingley
.. . . George Therrien
. ,... .,...,.,. C arolyn Godfrey
. Louis Hampton
Miss Mildred ....,..,,...... .....,.,.,.,.. R uth Hannah
Babe .,.........,.,.....,... ...,
. . ...,.,., Frances Foster
CLASS ONE-ACT COMPETITION PLAYS
On March 4 the Iunior Competition Plays were held. The eighth grade play
was the winner, and so was presented again on the evening of March 25 while
the judge made his decision as to the best play presented by the three upper
classes. The twelfth grade was the winner. This ended the eighth Annual
One-Act Play Competition to be held at Lockwood.
The casts. directors, and production staffs of the competition plays were
CLASS or 'aa CLASS or '41
"The Red Lamp" "Elmer"
by Hilliard Booth by Beatrice Humiston McNeil
Matilda Deering .........................,......,,. .,.,...,.....,.,.............,..... M arian Green
Harold Deering . ........ .
Alice Deering ,..,...,.,...,. ....,............. A nna Goddard
Archie Clarke . .,.,.,.,.. ................. R obert Barad
Bill Worth ........,.,...... ........,.,.,.....,......,...... A mold Rice
Annie O'Shane ...... . .,.,...........,.,.,...... Ieanne Vaillant
Mr. Waldron E. Fernald
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"Pa's New Houselceeperu
Pa Iackson .,.,.,.,....,....
by C. S. Bird
Mattie Iackson ........,... ...,.,.,....................,........ .....,,...,...... R o se Ploeger
Iimmie Iackson .......,.. ............. E dward Wood
Iack Brown ..............., ..,.,.,.,.,.......... N orman Gebler
Mollie Holbrook ...... .. . .,.,.....,......,,.......,., Betsy Harwood
Director ........,..........,.....,.,.,. ,...,.,.,..,. M iss Rose Koralewsky
Stage Manager ,........ ,.,............. ..,.,.,........ .,....,....,..,.,.,.. I r v ing Mills
Properties ....,,,..... ,.,.,.,.... .... ,.,.,.. ..,.,.... . . . .....,.,,., F 1 ora Marsocci
Costumes ...,.....,. ,.,.,.....,., . .,,. .,........ . . . ,.,.,.. ..... . .Velma Cookson
.,.,.,. Evelyn MacDonald, Helen Byrne
CLASS OF '40
Rooms To Let"
by William Beebe
Mrs. Smythe .,.,.,....... .,.,.,.,.,.,.,...... . .,.......,.,.,.,.,..........,...,..... Y vette Richard
Dick Rush ......,.,.,.,.,...
Madge Wales .,....
Matilda Iudd ...,..,.,..
lerry ..,...,.,.,............. .
Director. ...... , .,.............. ,.,. . .....,..,..,,.....,.,.,..,
. .....,.......... Lois Northup
Miss Mary Tillinghast
Stage Manager ....,.. ......,. .,.,.,............ ........,...........,.,............ I ohn Blum
. . Shirley Shapiro, Helen Pettigrew
Elmer Collier ,.,..............,,..............,..................,................. .......... V ernon Wade
Susan Collier ........... ............... B etty McCabe
Jeanie Collier ..,........,.... .......,............. I anet Sweet
Ianie Collier ............,...... ..... .......... S h irley Morgan
Miss Luisa Penney ........,.... .............. ....,...... L i llian Holt
Mrs. Collier .......................,... ....,.....,.. V irginia Anderson
Fannie Belle .................. .....................,.. G loria Lister
Hubert Brown .......,...,.......... ..........,.. ...........,....,....... D a vid Resch
Russell Iameson .........,.,..,................,... .............. I ack Gillheeney
Pansy. a nondescript dog ,.,........ ......,....... ...........,.............,.,.,.....,....,..
Director .........,.,.........................,... .......... ......... M i ss Eloise Burns
Stage Manager .............,...... ....... ...,.....,... W i llard Taylor
Promptress .... ........,.... ..,....... B e tty Radford
CLASS OF '42
by Warren Beck
Harry tAntonyi .........,.,...............,...............,.......................,...... Robert Fisher
Ioe tCaesarJ ............... ............,..................,....,...,............ I oseph Whitaker
Billy tBrutusJ ................,. ..,......... R obert Ploeger
George lThe Mobi ........, ..,.......... R alph Fisher
Iane tCalpurniai ............ ..............................,.. E dna Barker
Lucille tPortiaJ ................... ....................,........,........ M ildred Mills
Sam ldoorkeeperi ....... .. .............................,...... Adriean Mayor
Director ....,...................,..... . .......... Miss Madeline E. McCabe
Stage Manager .,.,.,..... .................,................. L emuel Mason
Promptress .......,., ......,.,.,.............,..., A vis Cochrane
CLASS OF '43
Shorty ...... .
lack .,........., ..
Frances ..,............... ........
Director .......,.... . ........... .......,.,... .... ...,....
Stage Manager ..
by Warren Beck
,. Lester Ienkins
. Barbara Farr
Mr. Clarence W. Campbell
. ..... .,.,...... . ..........,.,.................... W iltred Porgue
Lois Dawley. Martha-lane Ekstrand
Our annual Senior Hop was held December
23th in the Aldrich Gym, which was cleverly
decorated by evergreens and mellow-topped
spot lights. The Christmas spirit and gaiety
was very evident as the happy couples
swayed to the music so capably furnished by
Marshall McClean's well-known orchestra.
Guests were received, as usual, by school
officials and presidents of each Senior class.
Members of the Senior classes of both schools
took part in serving punch and checking. Now
the joyous evening is but a pleasant memory
to be cherished by all those who attended.
The Afternoon dances this year were pre-
sented by various classes and organizations.
The jazz orchestra provided the music, and
the specialty numbers the entertainment. Be-
sides being entertained, many had a chance
to improve their dancing for the big affairs.
NEW ENGLAND DRAMA
On April 29 and 30, the New England
Drama Festival was held at Lockwood. Each
New England state sent two plays except
Connecticut which was represented by only
one. Plays were presented Friday evening,
Saturday afternoon, and Saturday evening.
While the judges were selecting the best
performances, Lockwood students, under the
direction of Mr. Wedlock, presented some
amusing short skits.
The winning plays were as follows: first,
"Lonesome-Like" by Harold Brighouse, pre-
sented by Montpelier, Vermont: second,
"Good Medicine" by lack Arnold and Ed-
mund Burke, presented by East Providence,
Rhode Island: third, "Gloria Mundi" by
Patricia Brown, presented by Rockland,
Maine. All the productions were excellent,
and the judges had a difficult time in choos-
ing the winner.
Enjoyable house parties were held at the
homes of some of the students Friday evening
after the plays. Saturday evening a dance
was held in the Study Hall as the final event
of the Festival.
Quoting many of the visitors, "The New
England Drama Festival this year has been
an extraordinary success."
On I une 17, the Aldrich gym was converted
into a veritable fairyland. Chinese lanterns
and college banners gave the impression of a
college campus dance. Overhead a blue
sky studded with silver stars cast a romantic
light over the rhythmic dancers. Marshall
McClean's Orchestra wove a delightful pat-
tern in music to which the couples slowly
The intricacies of the Grand March were
developed by Miss Godwin and led by the
presidents of the respective senior classes.
This affair was the season's high spot, long
to be remembered by those who attended.
The Iunior Prom, held at the Aldrich gym,
April 22, under the guidance of Miss Tew of
Lockwood and Miss Shanley of Aldrich, was
a highly festive affair.
Under April showers of cellophane drip-
ping from gaily colored umbrellas, the danc-
ers swayed to the syncopated rhythm of
Ernie George's Orchestra, the Vagabonds.
Favors were presented to the girls in the
form of vari-colored chiffon hankies: the boys
received red rosebuds. The festivity turned
out to be a social highlight of the year.
The music festival was held this year at
New London, Connecticut, on March 19, 1938.
The Lockwood students who attended with
Miss Willard were: Florence Zorabedian.
Mildred Martin, Flora Marsocci, Stafford
Trapp, and Milton Iohnson of the chorus,
Walter Iohnson, William Rossi, Albert Martin,
and Louis Hampton of the band: and Freida
Weiss of the orchestra. Florence Zorabedian
was chosen as soloist.
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First Row: L. Downs, S. Trapp,
A. Martin, G. Therrien, A.
Wyss, E. Audet, C, Palm.
Second Row: Mr. Nordyke, I.
Balfour. W. Vashey, I. Blasio,
I. Cooper, C. Bertwell, R. Pel-
ley, R. Anderson, Mr. Hoffman.
Third Row: A. Berberian, W.
Axelson, I. McElroy, C. Ther-
rien, C. Gray, A. Dahl, D.
Wood, I. Hess, I. Fisher, A.
Fourth Row: R. Fisher, R. Wat-
kins, G. McKenna, L. Grenier,
Filth Row: S. Anderson, H.
Hammond, G. Noonan.
First How: A. Bachelder, I.
Cooper, A. Roberts. W. Siravo.
L. Downs, C. Gray, Watkins,
R. Petrarca, S. Trapp. R. Morin.
Second Row: I. Sturdahl, H.
Aitken, D. Spetrini, G. Hilde-
brand, K. Howard, A. Rowe,
Mr. Hoffman, Mr. Nordyke.
A. Thompson, H. Brown, C.
Ashworth, W. Rossi, F. Mc-
Kenna, R Elsworth.
Third How: N. Hollingsworth,
I. Simas, C. Therrien, G. Vazna,
C. Palm, W. Chace, I. Flodin,
G. Currier, N. Blackmar, F.
Currier, E. Smith, I. DePace.
First Row: Iames Taylor, M
DiCarlo, P. Chenevert, E. Di-
Carlo, A. Dahl, R. Iohnson, W
Iordan, R. Petrarca.
Second How: C. Gray, R. Wat-
kins, R. Davide, R. Griffin, D
Villa, C. Appollono.
Third Row: R. Sisson, Man
ager, I. McGiveney, Coach, I
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The Football team under the splendid coaching of Mr. Nordyke
had a very successful season. The team finished well up in the
league, suffering but two setbacks in eight games. Although
the boys did not win the championship, they fought hard, played
good clean football, and were true sportsmen. The team was
led by George Therrien.
Westerly .... .. ,.... .. 12 6
Mt. St. Charles 26 0
Classical ......,.,.. ..,.. , 13 12
Central Falls .,.,., ...,.. l 9 0
St. Raphael .......,.... 0 0
Woonsocket ............... . .. 0 0
West Warwick .... D 25
Aldrich ,................ .,... ...,.,. .,.,., . .,.,.,. . . .,.,.,.,.,.. . .. .,,,.,.,.,.,.... , 7 21
Our team this year was not as successful as it has been.
Although the team did not win many games, it always displayed
a wide open, interesting game of basketball. Coach Nordyke
taught the boys to play a fast breaking game and to be good
sportsmen. Ralph Petrarca and Iohn Cooper led the team and
did a fine job.
Mt. St. Charles ...,.. .. ,.,, , ..,. ., .,., , ,.., 23 8
Classical .............,.,..,.,...,,. .. ...... 49 21
West Warwick .....,. . .,.,. .,.,., 4 0 37
Aldrich ............,............ .,.. ..,... 1 7 28
South Kingston ........ ..,.. 2 9 31
St. Raphael ......,.... .,.,.. 3 1 46
Central Falls ,....., ...... 1 5 24
Westerly .......,.,.....,.,.,.,.,,, ...... Z 0 45
Mt. St. Charles .......,.... ,.,.,, 2 7 28
Classical ......,.....,....... . 45 24
West Warwick ,....,.,.,.,.. ...... 3 3 30
Aldrich ...,.......................... ..,... 2 l 27
South Kingston ...... . ....,. 31 -I 35
St. Raphael ,.....,.,...,,..., .,.. 3 5 38
Central Falls .............. .,..., 1 3 56
Westerly ........... ..,.. ......................,......,,............ ..............,...... ...... 3 9 4 l
The prospects of a fine baseball season are very bright, as
the team is composed mostly of veterans. Coach McGiveney has
installed a fighting spirit in the boys and taught them a fine
brand of baseball. We wish the team lots of luck and know that
it will go a long way.
TRACK AND CROSS
First How: C. Maynard, D.
Iohnson, W. Chase, C. Tingley,
W. Vashey. R. David, P. F.
Martino, I. Lucas, W. Iordan.
Second Row: E. DiCarlo, W.
Reardon, D. Wood, Mr. Barker,
Mr. Nordyke, Mr. Hoffman, K.
Howard, G. Therrien. R. Morin.
Third Row: S. Trapp, R. Pelley.
R. Rowe, E. Audet, D. Padula,
E. Lawrence, E. Lindall, N.
Sheldon, I. Cooper, W. Boyer,
'37 STATE CHAMPIONS
First Row: C. Main, I. Keenzel,
I. Budlong, I. Hannigan, D.
Fisher, E. Phillips, I. Voelkel.
Second How: W. Iordan, F.
Burns, S. Trapp, I. Reardon, R.
Rowe, G. Therrien. I. Lord. R.
Third Row: W. Vashey, C.
Tingley, I. Mills, N. Shelton, D.
Fourth Row: I. Cooper, E.
Audet, I. Balfour, D. Wood.
'37 GOLF AND TENNIS
First How: L. Downs, K. Ray-
mond, L. Hampton, I. Cooper.
Second Row: I. Healey, G
Noonan, H. Abramson, C. Hitl-
mann, Mr. Carroll, Mr. Wed
Third Row: I. Tramonli, G
TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY
Mr. Barker turned out another fine cross country team this
year. Tingley, Reardon, and Chase were always among the
leaders. Tingley was the captain of the team and Class B
The indoor track team had a fine season. Led by "Bill"
Vashey, the team won the Y. M. C. A. championship and placed
second in the state Championship meet.
CHAMPIONSHIP TRACK TEAM
Lockwood gained its first undisputed championship last
spring, the Champions being the track team. This team compiled
a record which was second to none in the state. The team won
two championships, the first being the Interscholastic Relay
Carnival, and the second the Interscholastic Championship
Meet. In the invitation meet the team took second place. In
dual meets Aldrich and West Warwick were defeated by over-
whelming scores. We are very proud of this team and hope in
the future that Lockwood teams have as much success.
The 1937 edition of the Lockwood golf team was very success-
ful. Winning a large share of their games the boys finished high
up in the league. The team was ably coached by Mr. Carroll.
The tennis team enjoyed its most successful season, that it has
in a long time. The boys split even in six matches to finish in
third place in the league standing. One of the principal reasons
for the fine showing of the team was Mr. Wed1ock's fine
THE REHIIN EH
First Row: A. Mcryette, M. Whitcrker, B. Rowe, V. President, I. Cooper, President, R. Morin, S. Bud-
lonq, M. Ekstrcrnd. '
Second Row: L. Dutemple, F. Pouler, Miss Mitchell, Miss Tillinghast, Mr. Griffin, Mr. Nordyke, Mr.
Schumc1n,I. Flodin, W. Sircrvo, P.Lint1op.
First Row: G. Farrar, I. Ray, H. Small, H. O'Brien, D. Recrdio, S. Shapiro, P. Ryder, N. Bcxntield,
Second Row: E. Hcislcrm, H. Stow, B. Icrckson, L. Northrup, Miss Mitchell, I. Grinslcide, H. Collins,
M. Grossguth, M. O'Brien, P. Bantield.
Third Row: P. Everson, E. Wurde, B. Arnold, E. Munson, D. Swanson, E. Willard, N. Hess, I. Atwood,
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The Athletic Association, whose membership includes the
majority of the students is a valuable and active organization
making possible a full and well-rounded athletic problem
throughout the year. All problems pertaining to the athletic life
of our school are considered and solved by the Executive Board,
which includes representatives from every class and from the
faculty. This year's officers are Iohn Cooper, President, Robert
Rowe, Vice-President, and Miss Tillinghast, Secretary-treasurer.
Miss Mitchell, Mr. Griffen, Mr. Nordyke, and Mr. Schurman are
the faculty advisers.
THE RIDING CLUB
The Riding Club was newly organized this year. There were
two divisions, the beginners' class and the advanced class.
Under the direction of Miss Mitchell it has had a very successful
year, and we are sure that The Riding Club will continue to be
an outstanding organization at Lockwood.
This year under Miss Mitchell's direction, the girls have done
an excellent piece of work in cheering. With their fine spirit and
under the leadership of Arnold Rice, the only boy, they have
aided our teams to victory.
Next year we hope that we may have leaders who are as
enthusiastic and co-operative as this year's group.
Arnold Rice, Dorothea Buchart, Alice Carruthers, Frances
Foster, Florence Hornstein, Laurel Raymond, Ieanne Vaillant.
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We are sincerely grateful to our principal.
Mr. Scott, whose untiring efforts for the
betterment oi the school cmd whose patient
service have made the past year a success-
ful one. His readiness to help at all times,
his friendliness to students and teachers
alike, and his interest in all of our activities
will long remain in our memories.
HAROLD F. SCOTT
Principal of the Nelson W. Aldrich
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BELINDA E. SNOW
Adviser for the Class of 1938
Our adviser, Miss Snow. deserves much
credit for her loyal and faithful work lor
our class. She has always aided us with
her capable advice and we are deeply
indebted to her lor her friendly and under-
standing attitude as well as for the many
ways in which she has helped us.
N f R
WILLIAM I. R. ROWE
HE GAVE HIS HONORS TO THE WORLD AGAIN
HIS BLESSED PART TO HEAVEN, AND SLEPT IN PEACE.
To our beloved classmate
"They are not dead who live in hearts
they leave behind."
First How: Mr. Rudert, Miss MacMannus, Mr. Pera, Miss Daily, Mr. Douglas, Miss Wadleigh, Mr. Scott,
Mr. Rohlott, Miss Mournighan, Mr. Wight, Mr. McKeon, Miss Scott, Miss Murray.
Second Row: Mr. Robertson, Miss Pearson, Miss Myers, Miss Warren, Miss Snow, Miss Shanley,
Miss Atchison. Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Dickinson, Mr. Madison, Mr. Senerchia, Miss Clarke, Mr. Packard.
Third Row: Miss Miller, Miss Shailer, Miss Sonne, Mrs. Cult, Mr. Amend, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Bradstreet,
Mr. Mournighan, Miss Godwin, Miss Young, Miss Ada Cohen, Mrs. Reid. Miss Anna Cohen.
The students of Aldrich sincerely thank the faculty for
their kindness and patience with us in all our undertakings.
Under their guidance we have found knowledge, friendship
and sympathy. The interest they have shown in all our
activities, both scholastic and social, has been an inspira-
tion to us all. Through their aid and encouragement, we
have conquered many of the obstacles which beset us
during our school years and have gained confidence and
ability to solve whatever problems may confront us in the
future. We are deeply indebted to these capable men and
women who have helped us to make our years at Aldrich
so enjoyable and profitable.
THE FACULTY OF NELSON W. ALDRICH
JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
HAROLD F. SCOTT, B.S.
R. I. State College, Brown University. R. I. C. E.
Social Problems, Adviser oi General Organization
RAYMOND S. AMEND
R. I. School of Design, R. I. C. E.
LILLIAN GERTRUDE ATCI-IISON. A.B.. Ed.B.
Pembroke Colle e
English, Science, Agviser of Class of 1940
CECIL E. BRADSTREET, Ed.B.
Gorham Normal: R. I. C. E.
Woodworking, Coach ot lunior High Baseball
R. I. State College
Home Economics, lStudent Teacherl
ELEANOR L. CLARKE. A.B.. Ed.M.
University oi Maine. Radcliiie, Harvard College
Head of English De artment, Director of State Competition
Play, Chairman ot l. Honor Society tea
Teachers' College, Columbia University
I-Iomemaking, Cafeteria Management
ANNA E. COHEN. B.S.E.. M.Ed.
Boston Universig, Harvard Summer School, Gorham
Normal, R. I. C. .
Business Training, Typing
HENRY I. COOPER. Ph.B.. M.A.
Brown University, R. I. C. E.
Head ot Science Department
Head ot Dramatic Department. Director ot Faculty Play
Senior Play, Operetta. Minstrel
CAROL RRIS LF
osseNi en fPhy u o, .. .E.
Ph sicalE ' l vitie iding
Cl ead ' ri
L. MAE DAILY. A. .. A.
Brown University, R. C. E.
Head ot Mathematics Department, Graduation Committee
ELIZA DIC SON. B.C .
Co B n versit .R.I. . .
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EE CHESTER G. DOUGLAS
R. I. School of Design, R. I. State College, R. I. C. E.
Shop, Golf Coach
MYRTLE E. GODWIN. B.C.S.
Bryant College. R. I. C. E.
Head ot Commercial Degartment, Chairman Faculty Com-
mittee on Major Dances, chool Accounts
EILEEN M. MCMANNUS, Ed.B.
Harvard University School oi Music, R. I. C. E.
Music, Chairman ot Assembly Program Committee. Adviser
oi Iunior Orchestra
STANLEY VAUGHN MADISON, B.S.
R. I. State College
Agriculture, Adviser oi Emergency Corps
IOSEPH EDWARD MCKEON. B.S.. B.Ed.
Providence College, R. I. C. E.
Mathematics, Science, Baseball Coach, Adviser ol Photog-
raphy Club .
PEARL LOUISE MILLER. A.B.
Pembroke Colle e
English. Adviser of Debating Club
I. IRVING MOURNIGHAN, Ph.B.
Providence College, Brown University, R. I. C. E.
Mathematics, English, Social Science, Hockey Coach
MARY G. MOURNIGHAN
R. I. C. E., R. I. School of Design
Art, English, Social Studies
CATHERINE MURRAY, Ed.B.
R. I. C. .
English, Mathematics. Social Science, Adviser ot Iunior High
Banking, Class oi 1942 One-Act Play, Class ot 1942, War-
DOROTHY E. MYERS. B.S.
English, Junior usiness Training, Assembly Program Com-
HAROLD L. PACKARD
Castine Normal School
Mathematics. General Science
ESTHER E. PEARSON. A.B.
Upsala College, Harvard Summer School
Commercial Subjects, Adviser ot Senior High Banking
Ondricek School oi Music, Boston University
Music, Adviser of Dance Orchestra, Operetta, Band
ALTON H. REID
Bridgwater State College, Taunton Business College
English. athernatics, Social Science
E'rHf:1. M. H. REID. A.B. J ,auf
Brown University. R. I. C. . . '
English, Chairman ol Gradua n rnmittee
MARSHALL ROBERTSON. Ph.B.. M.A.
Brown University. Harvard University, R. I. C. E.
Head of Social Science Department,
Adviser ot the Reminder
CYRIL A. ROBINSON
Farmington Normal School, R. I. C. E.
English, Social Science
IOSEPI-I H. ROHLOFF, B.S.. M.S.
yissoexrg University, Camegie Institute ol Technology,
General Science, Coach of Junior High Basketball, Adviser
of Class of 1941, Science and Invention Club
IOHN R. RUDERT. B.S.
Springfield College, Brown Universit , R. I. C. E.
Physical ducation, oach of Football, Basketball, Track,
Adviser of Boys' Leaders' Corps
HAZEL SCOTT. B.S.
R. I. State College
GEORGE SENERCHIA. B.S.
R. I. State College. R. I. C. E.
Science, Social Science, Assistant Football Coach,
Adviser oi Biology Club
RUTH SHAILER. A.B. '
Pembroke, Brown University
English Adviser of Warwickite
EDNA C. SHANLEY. Ed.B.
R. I. C. E., Harvard Summer School, Columbia University
English, Social Science. Adviser oi Class ot 1939
BELINDA ESTELLE SNOW. A.B.. A.M.
Brown University, Bryn Mawr College, R. I. C. E.
Latin, English, Socia Science, Librarian,
Adviser of Class of 1938
H. MARIE SONNE
Berkshire Summer School of Art, R. I. School oi Design
Free Hand Drawing, Painting, Crafts Q
ELEANOR WADLE fVa.aZZe,QJ,Z,-
Wheaton Coll , r nne
MARION ELEANOR WARREN, A.B.
Pembroke College, Brown University
Social Science, Adviser of Iunior Debating Society
FRANK B. WIGHT. A.B.
Boston University, Harvard Summer School
Social Science, Mathematics, Adviser ot Class oi 1943, Cheer
Leaders, Chairman of Dancing School Committee
RUTH F. YOUNG, A.B.. A.M. ' f, B 5,4
Colby College, Boston Univer 1 . ersity of C cago
THE REMINDER LITERARY AND BUSINESS BOARDS
First Row: I. Vickers, S. Horner, D. Morgan, P. Ferguson, M. Darcy, B. Hallene, F. Parks, Mr. Robertson,
I. Sharples, B. Lambert, E. Charette, A. Theroux, S. Byrne, V. Neary, F. Gillis.
Second Row: D. Williams, L. Healy, M. Ienkins, M. Cl-terms, M. Neary, E. Freelove, B. Potts, M. Chester,
A. Stevens, H. MacLeod, I. Baxter, E. Meikle, B. Winchell, A. Lambert, R. Bennett, A. Sheehan, W.
Third How: A. Hughes, M. Caputi, D. Manz, D. Close, G. Cottrell, B. Stone, R. MacAllister, D. Close.
T. Forsythe, D. Southey, I. LaFleur, I. Wallace, D. Capaldi, I. Kendall, A. Baguchinsky, B. Rubery,
M. Reed, O. Hambly, A. Iones, R. Benson, A. Swann.
THE REMINDER STAFF
In appreciation, we wish to thank all the workers on the various staffs of
the Reminder, who gave such unselfish cooperation in making the Reminder a
success. Few realize the amount of time and effort all Reminder workers spend
in planning and revising their work and in organizing it into the completed
yearbook. The staff members have given generously of their time and labor
towards the production of the book and through their efforts have succeeded
in making the Reminder an accurate and complete record of 1938 at Aldrich.
IEANNE SHARPLES, '38
BERNICE LAMBERT. '38
Secretary to Editor
SUSAN BYRNE, '38
PAULINE FERGUSON, '38
MARY DARCY. '38
VIRGINIA FILES, '38
ANNETTE THEROUX, '38
THOMAS FORSYTHE, '38
FLORENCE PARKS, '38
BETTY HALLENE, '38
Virginia Neary, '38
Mildred Neary, '39
Dorene Close, '41
Anne Lambert, '42
Betty Potts, '38
Betty Winchell, '39
Grace Cottrell, '38
Eileen Meikle, '38
Frances Gillis, '38
Olive Hambly, '40
Dorothy Capaldi, '38
Barbara Stone, '38
Charlotte Doughty, '38
Mena Caputi, '38
Dorothy Gough, '39
Iohn Roberts, '38
Marilyn Cherms, '38
Elizabeth Copp, '42
Anna Sheehan, '38
Iune Kendall, '38
Hope Coulthurst, '38
Mena Caputi, '38
Dorothy Capaldi, '38
Beverly Rubery, '38
Dorothy Manz, '38
Beverly Rubery, '38
George Opdyke, '41
Ruth Benson, '41
Marion Reed, '41
Arthur Stevens, '40
Allen Swann, '41
Shirley Horner, '42
Agatha Iones, '42
Iames LaFleur, '39
Marjorie Ienkins, '40
Doris Close, '40
Edna Charette, '38
Evelyn Freelove, '38
Dorothy Morgan, '38
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R. I. HONOR SOCIETY
Seated: T. Forsythe, S. Warwick. B. Lambert, R. Wilcox, S. Byrne, B. Stone, E. Knight.
Standing: W. Nagel, B. Peterson, I. Sharples, D. Birtwistle, C. Bell.
THE RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in the Rhode Island Honor Society is an award bestowed upon
those students who have distinguished themselves by their scholastic ability
during their four years of high school. One must have an average rating of at
least 852 during the major part of his school career in order to gain member-
ship. We wish to congratulate these members of the class of 1938 who uphold
the high scholastic standing of Aldrich.
At an assembly and tea given in their honor on March 23, the members
were officially invested into membership in the society. A speech of welcome by
Mr. Scott was followed by a solo by Miss Anita Arpin. Dr. Bruce M. Bigelow of
Brown University, the guest speaker, talked on the three questions which every
high school student should ask himself- Who am I, Where am I, and Where
am I going? Entertainment by the students followed, after which Mr. Hobbs
presented the members with their pins. This entertaining and instructive
program was followed by a formal tea given by the faculty for the members,
their families and the Senior class.
CLASS OF 1938
Officers and Executive Committee
First Row: H. Spencer, Miss Snow, T. Forsythe, M. Caputi.
Second How: W. Nagel, M. Searle, L. Blackwood, C. Vaughn. S. Warwick, 'l'. lleirrnaun.
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OP 1938
HISTORY OF THE CLASS
On September ll, 1934, we entered War-
wick High as timid freshmen. It didn't take us
long to get over our first stages of Freshman
infancy and we became intimately acquainted
with our faculty and classmates. But we were
separated from many of these friends when
our class was divided and we entered Aldrich
as the first class of Sophomores.
Our class has become distinguished not
only in scholastics but also in athletics and
dramatics. We have always been well rep-
resented in the Operettas and in our Iunior
year the cast of the State Competition play
was composed almost entirely of members
from our class.
The "high spot" of our Iunior year was our
"Prom," a never-to-be-forgotten affair.
In September, 1937, we started on the last
lap of our journey toward graduation. We
have successfully presented our Senior play.
and renewed our acquaintances with our
former classmates at the combined Aldrich-
Lockwood Senior Hop and the Senior Ball.
We are now looking forward to the event
which marks the end of our high school life
and the first step on the road of the future -
graduation. Our greatest hope is that the
years to come may be as successful and
profitable as those we have passed during the
course of our high school career.
Take with us a journey along an imaginary Road of
Life where we will endeavor to note the spots along that
Road occupied by those we knew in school-days.
Shirley Warwick as an able binder-upper of cuts and
bruises and contemporaries in her chosen field of nursing:
Betty Leach and Mildred Lincoln, once of Pembroke:
Mildred Turner and Virginia Neary. takers of pulses at
St. Ioseph's hospital: Bessie Dyer, who will look so nice
in a peaked cap that her nicest patient will up and marry
her: Dorothy Birtwistle. whose charm and dependability
will be the staff on which matrons lean: Louise Murphy
and Betty Dillon, who will combine friendship with nurs-
ing, and Katherine Reddington's urge for war nursing
will take her far afield. Iune Kendall after practice at
surgical nursing will hang out her own shingle. Sue Byrne
will establish her own hospital and one nurse at least
will be Freda Church. Will nursing compensate Betty
Fisher for Clyde North's absence in far-away engineering
Before our Road leads us to the Universities let us stop
to note the tiny rose-covered cottage that housewife Hope
Coulthurst calls home, and across from it the home of
Barbara Davis. down the Road a bit the home of Catharine
Costello. Farther down. Edward Storti. recent winner of
the Bendix Air Race, maintains his domicile with Appie
Ryan at its head.
And now we come to the centers of Education. Chief
among these buildings is the homey orchard-surrounded
Bhae-garten maintained by Bernice Lambert, whose heart
is big enough for all homeless youngsters, aided by Betty
Potts, chief teacher and sympathizer, and Eleanor Angus,
who is dietician and supervises young appetites. and
Doris Leonard, as physical training instructor. Wilma
Nagel maintains a class in a beautiful modern college
designed by architect Iohn Roberts. There also we will
find Eileen Meikle, Alice Taylor, Mary Finnegan and
Dorothy Capaldi. Professor Forsythe carries on there
under Mr. Cooper's banner, and his laboratory assistant
is Ieanne Sharples. There also is Professor Knight, known
for his proof of the Law of Relativity. Farther on may be
found Lucy Dean's smaller country school, which will
gain a reputation for sending forth upstanding citizens.
Our Road now leads us to more open country: let us
now think of those among us who will find their life's
riches in the air: Albert Angus, his talent with pencil
trained for use in aeronautical design: Iames Bryer, in
Illinois, studying for aeronautical engineering: Arthur
Ellis and Leo Sloan, trustworthy pilots of the T. W. A.:
Robert Faulkner and Irving Ekstrand, with Hostess Ruth
McAllister. of the American Airways: and to the army
we supply two, Walter Flagg in the Flying Corps. and
Clarke Vaughn, of the Artillery.
There loom before us now'the busy Marts of Business.
and there we will find Dorothy Davis, secretary and home-
maker, Adele Baguchinsky and Anna Sheehan, both
illustrious note-takers. Virginia Shepard and Wenonah
Macomber, business women of no small note: Constance
Whipple, adjudged best-dressed secretary in recent poll:
Pauline Ferguson, whose journalist tendencies will soon
lead her into the field of writing: and her chief com-
petitor. Ida Cooney. Harriet Spencer and Annette Theroux
will be found busily trimming the bears on Wall Street.
Anna Taylor and Lily Kennedy will find success in
New York offices, while Barbara Peterson will find
secretaryship less far away, and Virginia Daniels and
Mildred Bailey will continue a friendship although their
secretaryships are far apart. Harriet Streeter's place
along our Road will be as head-lady in a large library,
where we will find Eva Stevens and Virginia Wade em-
ployed as secretaries and Rose Cardi as typist. Edna
Charette will make a model secretary for a banker.
although she will miss switch-board operator Florence
Parks. Claire Grant and Iessie Wallace may be found
in the office force of Dorothy Southey, who outside of
office hours will keep up with her music. Loyalty to old
comrades is the reason Dorothy Manz, comptroller oper-
ator. Dorothy Marble, Betty O'Donnell, Roberta Bell, Irene
Field. Marilyn Cherms, Betty Hallene, and Elsie Saxon
may also be found there.
A large modern building on the left is the Fashion
center headed by Mena Caputi: head draftswoman, Char-
lotte Doughty: Paris Branch head, Shirley Austin: heads
of Sewing Department, Evelyn Freelove and Frances
Gillis. Independent buyer and keeper of a smart estab-
lishment here will be Dorothy Lovell, who employs Grace
Cottrell and Lydia Blackwood as models.
Let us now pause upon a bridge along our Road, and
consider that it was designed by one of our greatest
engineers, Harold Anderson, and if we pause to think we
can name others in that field: Harold Ragnell, who is in
the chemical line, Earl Pederson, who is a diesel designer:
Michael Ferrante. working with him, Clarence Herrmann.
Francis McGinnis, Clarence Carpenter, technical engi-
neers, and Iohn Lopes, noted for his improvements in
Radio. Speaking of Radio, Raymond Hosterman has
gathered no little fame for himself in Television, and
Herbert Myrick will soon operate his own wireless
Now upon our left arise the great buildings, monu-
ments to Trade. Chief and largest among these will be
the famous firm, Knoop and Lawson. It will gather in its
fold. Alfred Volk, tool maker, Arthur Carlin, mechanic.
William Costello, cabinet maker, Betty Hallene, book-
keeper. and Arthur Budlong, accountant. The head of a
large office force will be Raymond Wilcox. and his chief
assistants, Wilbur Ide and Harry Wilkinson, and his
bookkeeper, Iohn Clements. Clarence Carpenter and Iohn
Crafford will go into partnership in the automobile line.
Another large building is the one in which Iames Robinson
edits a newspaper of national circulation. There we will
find as reporters Henry McCormick and Leonard Bowen
and Iames Campbell, sports writer.
Politicians will stick together so next we find Ruth
Bennett, agitator for child labor laws, Clinton Cary, well
known in the Legislature, Rhode Island Senator Robert
Murray. Employed also along this section of the Road
will be Elsie Saxon. secretary to the governor, Dorothy
Morgan and Ruth Leach, court stenographers, and suc-
ceeding Edgar Hoover will be Arthur Andell. Ioan
Burgess will combine her secretary work with modeling
and her madonna face will be familiar to magazine
Leaving the Business Centers now, we notice the name
Edward McMannus on a Theatre Marquee. which reminds
us of the three leading orchestras in the country, those of
Kenneth Boss, Thomas Mathews, and Charles McCarthy.
Oliver Creswick will become proficient in Opera, and in
the scraper to the right Betty Kelley gives violin recitals.
to capacity audiences. Beverly Rubery's name is in lights
in a theatre across the way. Phyllis Baxter is known for
her music from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Charlotte
Bell will play at command performances at court.
Now still further on we realize that Mary D'Arcy.
Marjorie Henry, and Catherine Smith compete as hair-
Traveling on again we come to numerous separate
e tablishments: Clement Capotosto and Raleigh Ienkins'
well-stocked scientific farms: far from the Road Hollis
Cole's fishing shack: Louis Wyant's domicile labeled
Take-It-Easy: and too far away for any but vague rumors
to reach us is Wilbur Close, dictator of a mythical
country. But hereabouts is Milton Searles' chemical
laboratory, where he experiments independently, and so
is the vacation home of Earl Miller, holder of the cross-
country record, and a little farther on we shall come to the
practice links of William Newman. National Golf Cham-
pion, and Donald Petrie, Manager of the Red Sox, whose
press agent is George Barnes. We stop here for gas at
William Willard's station. Near here also is the quiet
convent in which Gertrude Alsfeld took vows.
Lastly we come to what might be labeled a microscopic
Greenwich village. Its habitants are William Okerholm,
whose daily newspaper cartoons convulse a nation as
they once did Warwickite fans: Virginia Files, famous
artist: Barbara Stone, illustrator: George Tarring, inde-
pendent inventor: and Arthur Maynard. whose billboard
enlargements of his originals are seen everywhere.
THE HPI DEH
"Happy am l, from care I'm free,
Why aren't they all contented
Warwickite 13, 41: "Reminder"
. 'ri ANDELIE
lellowfol Infinit st, his
eart, asbgzrqe as is to ring
rame, ca sxafays o rri-
ent on all."
Football 13, 41.
"Efficient and reliable, he has
'bition 111: Senior
: O etta 131: Competition
s A. A. Minstrel 141:
X ama lub 141: State Competi-
n Pl 141.
e qualifications of a successful
ALBERT ANGUS, IR.
"Persuasion tips his tongue
when'er he talks."
Gym Exhibition 11, 21: Photog-
raphy Club 13, 41.
"A smile for all, a greeting
Gym Exhibitifn 111.
"For she was just the quiet kind
Whose nature never varies."
Leaders' Corps 12, 3. 41: Dra-
matic Club 12. 31: "Reminder" 131:
Warwickite 131: Swimming Club
"As fair as her hair."
Interclass Baseball 12, 31: Bas-
ketball 12, 3. 41: Volleyball 121:
Dramatic Club 13, 41: Leaders'
Corps 141: Cheer Leader 13, 412
Photography Club 131: Warwick-
ite 13. 41: One-act Plays 141.
"The i est manners
, And ge
"To be honest,
goes, is to be one
as this world
man picked out
of two thousand."
Basketball 13, 41:
Baseball 13. 41:
AN YLLIS BAXTER
" e ic charmed all those
lts soft golden lay."
"Remin er" 141: Interclass Bas-
ketball 131: Baseball 121: Band
Club Librarian 141: Orchestra 12.
3, 41: Band 13, 41: Photography
"lt's quality, not quantity, that
Orchestra 12, 31: Warwickite
131: R. l. Honor Society.
"Not by years, but by disposi-
tion, is wisdom acquired."
Photography Club 141.' 1
I . X If
"And like music on the waves
Is thy sweet voice to me."
Dramatic Club 11, 2, 3, 41: "Re-
minder" 13, 41: Warwickite 13, 41:
Operetta 131: Leaders' Corps 12.
31: Debating Club 141: Gym Ex-
hibition 1I, 21.
"The fairest garden in her looks
And in her mind the wisest
Good Will 12, 3, 41: Dramatic
Club 11, 2, 3, 41: One-act Play 131:
State Competition Play 131: Gym
Exhibition 131: R. I. Honor Society
"Praise from a friend, or censure
from a foe,
Are lost on hearers that our
Dramatic Club 141: Home Room
Representative 141: Oneeact Play
"ls this that haughty, gallant,
Emergency Corps 141: Iqgi Oy.
chestra 11, 2, 3,'41: Senior Orches-
UG 11. 2. 3. 41: Leaders' Corps
12, 3, 41: Band 13, 41: Gym Exhibi-
tion 12, 31.
"1 am monarch of all I survey."
State Competition Play 121:
Football 131: Indoor Track 121:
Warwickite 131: Dramatic Club 13,
41: Interclass Basketball 131: Sen-
-Of PICIY 141: Operetta 141.
"With malice towards none, with
charity for all, with firmness in
Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41: Iazz Or-
chestra 13, 41: One-act Plays 141.
"Here he is, scri ,him who
can, an ab id ent I gjftha
is leasa t an." " I I
m x ibition 11, 21: Opere a
11 2, 3 41: Football 13, 41: S ior
Pa 141: Dramatic Clu 141:
Stamp Club 121: One-act Plays
HARRY ADOLPHE BUECHER
ll good things come in small
In cla sketball 141: War-
ite-1 : eerl der 131: One-
TH E INIJEH
"Her hair is not more sunny than
Dramatic Club 14l: Interclass
Basketball 12, 3, 4l: Baseball 12. 3,
41: Volleyball 12, 3, 4l: Soccer 14l:
Warwic e 14l
I AN ANN YRNE
' " u I fl
" eerlul, p sant d ul
One-act Plays 12,.A: Dramatic
Club 12, 3, 4l, Secretary 14l: Wars
wickite 13, 4l. Associate Editor
Ml: Leaders' Corps 14l: Photog-
raphy Club 14l: "Reminder" 14l,
Secretary 14l: Senior Play 14l7
Soccer 14l: Volleyball 12, 3, 4l:
Basketball 13, 4l: Gym Exhibition
13li State Competition Play 14l:
R. I. Honor Society.
..Iim,, Nil- .
"Peace rules the
Where refon r les the'min ."
5 4 xl
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s ' N
"Unthinkinq, idle, wild and
I laughed, and dar1c'd and
talk'd and sung."
lnterclass Basketball 12, 3, 4l:
Volleyball 13l: Dramatic Club 12l:
"Reminder" 13, Atl: Warwickite
"l hurry not, neither do l w try."
Vice-President 1 '
"O'er rough and s she trips
nd looks behind."
matic Club 11, 2, 3, 4l. Li-
arian 13l: Interclass Basketball
12. 3, 4l: Leaders' Corps 13, 4l:
Gym Exhibition 13l: Executive
Committee 14l: Senior Play: "Re-
inder" 12, 3, 4l: Warwickite 13,
4l: A. A. Minstrel 14l: Soccer 12,
3, 4l: Baseball 12, 3, -tl: Volley-
ball 12, 3, 4l: Cheer Leader 14l.
," s ile tor all, a qreelinq
arwickite 14l: "Reminder"
"The deepest rivers Ilow most
Ar R CAR
" at tower ot e q h -
hich sto r square all
The wi at blo "
f. Footb 12, 3, 4l: sketb
1 ak-fl: T k 11, 2, 3, - te
lay 12l: ym Club 1 a-
mural Basketball 12, 3l: atic
CLARENCE CARPENTER, IR.
"An attable and courteous
I. V. Basketball 13l: Intramural
Basketball 12, 3l.
THE E I
"Quiet lass, I wish I knew
lust what treasures hide in
"Reminder" 13, 41: Dramatic
Club 141: Wurwickite 141: Senior
"Oflicious, innocent, sincere,
Interclass Baseball 121: Volley
Ball 121: Basketball 121: "Re-
"Her mirth the world required,
She bathed it in smiles ol gIee."
Debating Club 1l, 31: Dramatic
Club 12, 3, 41: Interclass Basket-
ball 111. Q 1
IOHN CLEMENTS, IR.
"His form accorded with a mind
Lively and ardent, frank and
Indoor Track 141: Outdoor
"ln company a very pleasant
Football 13, 41: Baseball 13, 41:
Leaders' Corps 131: Intramural
Basketball 12, 31.
'A pensive, tender maid, down-
cast and shy."
' 'Holly ' '
"What is life without a little
Gym Exhibition 11, 21: Emer-
gency Corps 141: Track 141: Agri-
culture Club 131: Interclass Bas-
ketball 12, 31.
"With light heart may she rise,
With her guy and cheerful
Interclass Basketball 141: Soc-
cer 141: Warwickite 141: Senior
I J QLXP-I
WILLI COST 1 I
e 1 al , . - .
e as ver Shy bf- it."
Emerg Co -Lg ym Ex-
hibitio I . f Basket-
"I am not only witty in myself,
but the cause that wit is in other
"Reminder" 13. 41: Dramatic
Club 1l, 3, 41: Warwickite 141:
lunior Prom Committee 131: State
Competition Play 141.
THE E I DEH
"The sweetest garland to the
Interclass Basketball 12, 3, 41:
Volleyball 12. 31: Soccer 12, 3, 41:
Baseball 131: Dramatic Club 11, 2,
3, 41: Warwickite 13, 41: "Remin-
der" 141: Leaders' Corps 12, 3, 41:
G. O. 121.
"The will of my lite is to make
business a pleasure and pleas-
ure my business."
Leaders' Corps 11, 2, 41: Emer-
gency Corps 141: Gym Exhibition
11, 21: Rille Club 121: Interclass
Basketball 131: One-act Plays 141.
"l am the very i ot dll
Op e Rl: Track 131: Dra-
m A u 1 1: A. A. Minstrel 141:
Exhibi 'orfilklx ,
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VIRGINIA MARIE DANIELS
"Her very:-lrowns are fairer tar
Than smiles ot other maidens
e elt of love
h t she as qay'
Dramat lu 2 3 Oper
etta 12 ne act Pla
m 141 War ickite
oto aphy Club 1 Intercla s
all 13 41 Bas all 12 3
ym Exhibition 14
' b 1 . . -
' - 1 312
" e r" : 5 ' 1:
aslret all 13, 41: S ccer 141: V -
eYb . : , . 1:
"Nothinq endures but personal
Good Will 13, 41: "Reminder"
141: lnterclass Basketball 131:
Bowling Club 141: Leaders' Corps
12, 3, 41: Warwickite 141: Dramatic
Club 12, 3. 41: Riding Club 141.
"She was so pretty. small and
Dainty from her head to feet."
One-act Plays 141.
"l don't care: nothing puts me
out: I am resolved to be happy."
L 1 3
A o X
1 I 'V . A
I ., 1,
, ' 4 1,
1 1 .2
"Speech is silver, but silence is
Debating Club 131: Warwickite
141: Dramatic Club 141: Basketball
12, 31: "Reminder" 141: Soccer 131:
Volleyball 131: Baseball 131.
"Let me sit studious: that is my
Debating Club 12. 31.
"A maid of quiet ways, capable
and friendly w'th all."
"Reminder" 1 Z
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by 41 yd
' ' Irv ' '
"Such Iorce ol character that, in
any land, he would have made
ARTHUR ELLIS. IR.
"Actions, not words, come first.'
Emergency Corps 143: Track 133.
"Silence is a great peacemaker."
l. V. Basketball 133: Interclass
Basketball 13, 43: Gym Exhibition
"To those who know thee not, no
words can paint:
And those who know thee,
know all words are faint!"
Basketball 12, 3, 43: Gym Exhi-
bition 133: "Reminder" 13, 43:
Warwickite 12, 3, 43: Dramatic
Club 12, 3. 43: Leaders' Corps 143:
"Reminder" Compiling Editor 143:
Riding Club 143: One-act Plays
"Willing to do work, and willing
-' . fd be a friend."
' Gym Club 11. 2, 33: "Reminder"
12. 3. 43: Intramural Basketball
123: Emergency Corps 143: Gym
Exhibition 1l, 2, 3, 43.
"Bid me discourse, for l will
enchant thine ears."
"A heart to resolve, a head to
contrive. and a hand to execute."
Leaders' Corps 12, 3. 43: Dra-
matic Club 143: Gym Exhibition
12, 43: "Reminder" 12. 3, 43: Inter-
class Basketball 12. 33: Riding
Club 143: Senior Play: One-act
'Her air, her manners, all who
Courteous, though coy: and
gentle, tho retired."
"Thoughtful and nice, she qoes
Riile Club 123: Leaders' Corps,
123: Swimming Club 113: Dramatic
Club 11. 2, 3. 43: Photography
Club 133: Executive Committee
113: One-act Play 11, 23.
WALTER FLAGG A
' ' Walt' '
His true worth lies far beyond
What these few words con tell."
Emerqency Corps 141.
"l propose to arque it out if it
takes all day."
G. O. 12, 3, 41: Good Will 131:
Class President 13, 41: Executive
Committee 12, 3, 41: Warwickite
13, 41: "Reminder" 141: Debating
Club 111: Senior Play: Interclass
Basketball 131: Gym Exhibition
111: Dramatic Club 13, 41: R. I.
"Heart on her lips, and soul
within her eyes,
Soft as her clime and sunny as
"Reminder" 141. '
C RLES GAFFNEY
"He hath a heart as sound as a
bell, and his tonque is the clap-
per: for what his heart thinks his
"Never a trouble, never a
Leaders' Corps 12, 3, 41: Base-
ball 13, 41: Football 13, 41: Intra-
mural Baskethall 12, 3, 41: Track
FRANCES MADELINE GILLIS
"Good nature is one ol the rich-
est fruits of personality."
Dramatic Club 12, 3, 41: War-
wickite 13, 41: "Reminder" 141:
Musico-Dramatic Club 121: Inter-
class Basketball. Baseball, Vol-
leyball 121: Photography Club 141.
"She is pretty to walk with
And witty to talk with,
And pleasant, too, to think on."
Leaders' Corps 12. 3, 41: Inter-
class Basketball 131: Executive
"Golden opinions from all sorts
Inte - ass B etball 13, 41:
of p ple."
Base 1 - leyball 12, 31:
occe , -- - J: Corps 13, 41:
y Exhibitio 'n hotoqraphy
b ' , Dra - lub 13, 41:
Ri ,' is brarian 141:
"Re - - 13, ne-act Play
"A true frieind is forever a
, , friend."
Photography Club 131: Inter-
class Basketball 131: Volleyball
gap: soccer 131: Wdrwickite 141.
"Not too serious, yet not too gay
She strikes a happy mediinnf'
"From the crown ol his head, to
the sole of his foot, he is all
Hockey 13, 41: Interclass Bas-
ketball 12, 31: Executive Commit-
tee 141: G. O. 141: I. V. Football
111: Leaders' Corps 111.
I ' TERMAN
'N is so s ong as quiet-
I. V. s 111 I. V. Foot-
ball 111: t yclass B eball 121.
WILBUR EDMUND IDE
"The qgss ol lashion and ould
ik :nn eiqif'
"Duties W ell pefiolmed and daYS
1 4 ,ll qpentl
Interclass Hsketqdll 121: I- V-
Foqtball 1l1:.Varsity Football 141,
1 it '
, I' Q . 1
n A' 1
"A cheerlul temper, joined with
Warwickite 13, 41: Leaders'
Corps 11, 2, 3.41: Orchestra 11, 2.
31: lazz Orchestra 12, 31: Operetta
11, 2, 31: Basketball 12, 31: Gym
"Cute and snappy,
Smart and happy."
Leaders' Corps 12, 3, 41: Riding
Club 141: Dramatic Club 12, 3, 41,
Treasurer 141: Gym Exhibition
1l, 31: Interclass Basketball 12, 3,
41: Volleyball 12, 3, 41: Warwick-
ite 12, 3, 41: "Reminder" 12, 3, 41:
Oneeact Plays 141.
"She listened with a fitting
With downcast eyes, and mod-
Dramatic Club 131: "Reminder"
141: Warwickite 141.
"For even though vanquished.
he could argue still,
While words of learned length
and thundering sound
Amazed the gazing rustics
Debating 141: R. I. Honor So-
" or ev ry why he had a
1 "' Se lor y: Gym Exhibition
13, 41 141: Interclass
ske 1 .'
"She hath a natural wise
Operetta 11, 21: "Reminder"
13, 41: Warwickite 1412 One-act
Plays 121: Dramatic Club 11, 2, 31:
Gym Exhibition 111: "Reminder"
141. Assistant Editor: R, I. Honor
"l qo my way silently amonq
ri , 5
"A friend when a friend we need
She sticks through what may
"To have friends one must be
Interclass Basketball 131: Inter-
class Baseball 131.
' N ,fjDol"
Hfhelsits hfqh in all the people's
lmmiuss basketball 12, a, 41:
Baseball,12,, 3, 41: Volleyball 12,
a, 41: Wdfwicime 12, a, 41: Dra-
matic Club 12, 3, 41: Gym Exhibi-
tio 11, 3. 41: Leaders' Corps
"A merry heart maketh a cheer-
Leaders' Corps 12, 3, 41: Basket-
ball 12, 31: Operetta 111: Swim-
ming Club 111: Volleyball 131:
Soccer 11. 31: Baseball 111.
"A finer gentleman the spacious
world cannot aqain afford."
Radio Club 111: Leaders' Corps
Automobile Club 111: Track
Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41: Intra-
mural Basketball 12. 31.
"Beauty is truly beauty when its
comrade is a modest mind." '
"Personality is the foundation of
Good Will 13, 41, Secretary and
Treasurer 141: Dramatic Club 12,
3. 41: Warwickite 141: Home Room
Representative 121: Leaders'
Corps 12, 3, 41: lnterclass Basket-
ball 12, 3, 41: Volleyball 12, 3. 41:
Baseball 12, 31: Soccer 13, 41: "Re-
minder" 141: Riding Club 141:
Gym Exhibition 131: Ch Lead-
ing 13. 41. YS! A X .Xi
1 t1 1
Donomv MANZ :F Xl
"Not very tall, not very small:
But sweet and lair, and liked
Interclass Basketball 12, 3, 41:
Soccer 141: Dramatic Club 141:
"Reminder" 141: Senior Play:
R HY RBLE
. X HD ,
e t w ver fair and
er pr ,
onqu will and yet was
arwickite 141: Librarian 1412
Interclass Basketball 141: Base-
ball 141: Volleyball 11. 21: Senior
Play 141. '
"There's mischief in this man."
.Class Executive Committee 12
31: General Orqanization 131
Football 13, 41: Tra 1 Basket
ball 13, 41.
1 . f '
f, THUR MAYNARD
,f A HMV
I "The mirror ot all cgurtesyf'
Good. Will 122.52
. K .1
"Gladly would she learn, and
"Reminder" 12, 3, 41: Warwick-
ite 12, 3, 41: Dramatic Club 11. 2
3, 41: Operetta 141: Gym Exhibi-
tion 1l, 21: Debating Club 141:
Interclass Basketball 12, 31: Vol-
leyball 12, 31: Baseball 12, 31.
"What sweet deliqht a quiet lite
Indoor Track 13, 41: Outdoor
Track 13, 41: Intramural Basket-
ball 12, 3, 41: Gym Exhibition
11, 21: Leaders' Corps 11, 21.
..,.- , -
.. J , J.lfL,,,'y
"Like the sun she es at early
S eads t an cheer
I e way. '
W Ckite 141: y hibi-
tion 1 : Dramatic C : Bas-
ketball 121: "Remin 141: Li-
"Her smile was like a rainbow,
"Flashing from a misty sky."
Basketball 12, 3, 41:. Warwick-
ite 141: Volleyball 12, 31: Baseball
12, 31: Debating Club 131: "Re-
m'nder" 141: Dramatic Club 141.
IOSEPH IOHN MURRAY
"Who broke no promise, served
no private end,
Who gained no title and who
lost no friend."
HE T MYR
"His rth is warrant tor his
ntramural Basketball 12, 3, 41.
"You never can show better than
os you r own natural sell."
Leaders' Corps 141: Cheerlead-
er 13, 41: Dramatic Club 12. 3, 41:
Rid'ng Club 141: "Reminder" 13,
41: Intramural Basketball 12, 3,
41: Volleyball 12, 3, 41: Soccer
12, 3, 41: Warwickite 12. 3. 41:
Gym Exhibition 131.
J CHARLES MCCARTHY
LJ K ..Bud..
t'An oii ce ot mirth is worth a
1 nd of sorrow."
lntqrdlass Basketball 12, 3, 41:
Wagwlckite 12, 3, 41: "Reminder"
12, ,141: Leaders' Corps 13, 41:
ergency Corps 141: Senior Play
14: Gym Exhibition 12, 31: Rifle
"Happy-qo-lucky, lair and tree,
Nothing there is that bothers
Track 141. Transferred lrom La-
' I. -
ll VI Q
"NolhinqA hinders, Nhothinq
, daunts hrpfj
Intramural Bafeabtni 121: Dra-
hthcttics 131. .
AJ 0 .
ED X '-1'
t sw et I of a inqe s."
'O e-act t' 4' . 1: etta
131: ' te omp ' ay 131:
Seni P .-.1 141: X 1 . Minstrel
.1 i ie.,
" 'Tis e merry and
, I Orchesr 131: Dramatic
18, 41: Stat ompetition 131:
On ct Plays 131: Warwickite
1, 1, Ed'o in 'et 141: Good
will 141: rganization
141: nio Cla s Committee: Sen-
ior" ay ommittee: A. A. Min-
strel 141: eretta 141: State Com-
petition P y 141: R. I. Honor So-
MARGUERITE VIRGINIA NEARY
"Her silver voice and iet-black
Speak a soul which knows no
Operetta 12, 3, 41: Photography
Club 141: "Reminder" 141: Dra-
matic Club 141: Girls' Glee Club
12, 3, 41: Warwickite 141.
"What should a man do but be
Goll 12, 3, 41. Captain 141: Dra-
matic Club 141: Gym Exhibition
121: Hockey 13. 41: Intramural
Basketball 12, 3, 41.
CLYDE FREDERICK NORTH
"Music is well said to be the
speech ol angels."
Operetta 12, 3, 41: Track 121:
Interclass Basketball 12, 31: State
Competition Play 12, 31: One-act
Play 13, 41: A. A. Minstrel 141:
Dramatic Club 12, 3, 41: Boys'
Music Club 12, 31.
"Gentle of speech,
benelicent of mind."
Intramural Basketball 12, 31:
Warwickite 121: "Reminder" 121.
. ' . 1
" he seems ful- cheerlul
And conliqe Lg! As."
Interclas egbalM12, 31:
Warwic ' 131: Track 1 .
"To friends a friend: how 'nd
" index" 3. 41, B 'ess
M ger 1 Warwick 141:
matic 141: Se i Play:
-act P 141.
EARL FREDERICK PEDERSEN
"With many a jest and many a
l reqaled the world around."
Track 12, 3, 41: Senior Play:
Interclass Basketball 121.
"Forward and Irolic qlee was
the will lo do, the soul to dare."
Interclass Basketball 12, 3, 41:
Baseball 12, 3, 41: Volleyball 12,
31: Soccer 141: Warwickite 141:
R. I. Honor Society.
DONALD CHARLES PETRIE
"Wit is the salt ol conversation."
Gym Exhibition 11, 21: Inter-
class Basketball 12, 3, 41: Stamp
ELIZABETH ELLEN POTTS
"ll there are cares, she knows
Warwickite 141: "Reminder"
13, 41: Girls' Leaders' Corps 141:
Dramatic Club 11, 2, 3, 41: Senior
Play 141: Operetta 12, 41: Gym Ex-
hibition 131: One-act Plays 121:
Interclass Basketball 12, 31: Vol-
leyball 12, 3, 41: Baseball 131.
HAROLD ARTHUR RAGNELL
"Good humor is always a
Varsity Basketball 13, 41: Bas-
ketball 1I1: Gym Exhibition 11, 21:
Indoor Track 12, 3, 41: Outdoor
Track 12. 3, 41: Dramatic Club
12, 3, 41: One-act Plays 121: Var-
sity Football 141: Senior Play: In-
terclass Baseball 111.
I E REDDINGTON
a tic C : Li-
brarian 1l, Z 1, m Ex ition
EARL WRIGHT ROBERTS, lll.
"Men ot few words are the best
Football 12, 3, 41: Hockey 12, 3.
41: Interclass Basketball 12, 31:
Track 12, 31: Emergency Corps
JOHN WILLIAM ROBERTS. IR.
"Quiet purpose is better than
Interclass Basketball 12, 31.
,Mi A 3
"For he's a jolly qcyad w."
Basketball 13, ' Cl!-IP:
111: war icife 1. cd 'bi-
tion 131: a 121.
A place in thy memory is all
that one claims.
To pause and look back at the
sound of thy name."
Interclass Basketball 12, 3, 41:
Soccer 12, 3, 41: Baseball 12, 3, 41:
Gy ' Exhibition 131: soccer 12, 3,
41' Warwickite 13, 41: "Remin-
r" 13, 41: Dramatic Club 13, 415
eaders' Corps 141: Riding Club
APPOLONIA VERONICA RYAN
"A merry heart qoes all the
Photography Club 13, 41: Inter-
class Volleyball 121: Soccer 141.
ELSIE MAY SAXON
"The joy of youth and health her
And easl of 'heart her every
Interclass Baske 'all 12, 3, 41:
Volleyball 12, 31 : Baseball 12.
31: Soccer 141: Warwickite 141:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 141,
X ' 1
"A finished qentlem from top
Execuu 1 'ihrim e 11, 2, 3,
41: G. of , 2, a,.41, ice-Presr
nt 1 esident 1: ood Will
41' Class Presi nt 121, Vice-
denuyf atic Club 11, 2,
3, 41, Treasur 31: Hockey 12, 3.
41: Track 13, 41: One-act Plays
11, 2, 31: Senior Play: Debating
Club 111: A. A. Minstrel 141: War-
wickite 13, 41: Interclass Basket-
ball 11, 2, 31.
"Ie ie" f
"l heart with room f
' everyj ." if
,qrwickice 141: dtgiin-chief
"Ren'tinder" 141: D atinq Club
141: Dramatic Club 141: Interclass
Basketball 141: R. I. Honor So-
"Beqone, dull care. thou and l
shall never aqree."
"Reminder" 12. 3, 41: Warwick-
ite 12, 3, 41: Intramural Basket-
ball 12. 3. 41: Volleyball 12. 3, 41:
Girls' Leaders' Corps 13, 41: Dra-
matic Club 12. 3, 41: Gym Exhibi-
tion 1l, 31: One-act Plays 141.
"Laugh and the world lauqhs
Good Will 12, 3, 41: Dramatic
Club 13, 41: Interclass Basketball
12, 3, 41: Volleyball 12, 31: Base-
ball 12, 3, 41: Soccer 13, 41: War-
wickite 141: Leaders' Corps 13, 41:
"Reminder" 141: Gym Exhibition
131: Cheer Leading 13, 41. I
"For 'tis the et aw
That first i beauty should be
first in might."
Dramatic Club 11, 31. President
141: Senior Play 13, 41: State Com-
petition Play 13, 41: One-act Plays
12, 3, 41: Minstrel 141: Operetta
13, 41: Leaders' Corps 141: Gym
mm Exhibition 11, 41: Warwickite 141:
Senior Play Committee 141: One-
act Play 141.
ATHERINE MAUDE SMITH
"Whatever she does, wherever
she bends her step, qrace silent-
ly orders her actions and follows
Operetta 131: Senior Play Ush-
DOROTHY ALICE SOUTHEY
"Amiability shines by its own
Orchestra 12, 3. 41: Iazz Or-
chestra 12, 3, 41: Band 13, 41: Ex-
ecutive Committee 131: G. O. 131:
Debating Club 131: "Reminder"
141: Iunior Prom Committee 131:
Operetta 141: Senior Play.
HARRIET IEANETTE SPENCER
"Somewhat slender, always in
A little flirtatious all the while."
Leaders' Corps 12, 3, 41, Vice-
President 141: G. O. 12, 3. 41: Sec-
retary 131: Good Will 141: Execu-
tive Committee 12, 41: Interclass
Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball
131: Riding Club 141.
EVA AGNES STEVENS
"Beneath the mask of merriment
Lies a true and steady spirit."
Debating Club 121.
"She liked whate'er she looked
And her looks went every-
State Competition Play 121:
Dramatic Club 13, 41: "Remin-
der" 13, 41: Warwickite 141: R. I.
EDWARD PETER STORTI
"O'er rough and smooth with
even step he passed."
Track 12, 3, 41: Indoor Track
13, 41: Football 141: Emergency
Corps 141: Interclass Basketball
12, 31: Senior Play: Debating Club
"Kind hearts are more than
Executive Committee 121: One-
act Play 121: Warwickite 13, 41:
Librarian 141: Senior Play 141.
GEORGE TARHING. 3rd
"His heart and hand both open
and both free."
Photography Club 131: Indoor
Jil' 0 Qld, f-AKQ Al'
ALICE MAE TAYLOR
"She is a wise girl who talks
J , ll
ANNA LOUISE TAYLOR
cheerful heart plus an intel-
Equals a happy and successful
ETTE EL BETH
"To do t he ' ess were to
" minder" 12, 3, 41: Warwick-
ite 12, 31: Dramatic Club 12, 3, 41:
Interclass Basketball, Baseball
12, 3, 41: Volleyball 12, 31: State
Competition Play 131: One-act
Plays 131: Cheer Leader 12, 3. 41.
N, MILDHED TURNER
, ."A mind at peace with all above,
A heart whose love is innocent."
Gym Exhibition 111: Debating
Club 13, 41. President 141: War-
wickite 131: Interclass Basketball
CLARK STEADY VAUGHN
"Fearless, lun-loving and a fine
Warwickite 12, 31: Band 13, 41:
Good Will 13, 41, Vice-President
131, President 141: G. O. 12, 3, 41:
Interclass Basketball 12, 317 ID-
door Track 12. 31: Outdoor Track
131: Executive Committee 12, 3, 41,
Secretary 121: Photography Club
131: Iazz Orchestra 141: Cheer
ALFRED KARL VOLK
"Large was his bounty and his
Emergency Corps 141: Gym Ex-
hibition 1l, 21.
VIRGINIA MARTHA WADE
"Quietness has its charms."
Gym Exhibition 131.
IESSIE GIBSON ALLACE .
"And e ch ginq li - a Loy-
hic s o -6- worth ' -r
ar ickit 141: " e ' der"
1 : 1 ' f Pr W
SHIRLEY MAY WARWFZ
"Nor will l quit the strit ntil I
have won. '
Good Will 13, ' G. O. 15, Se -
retary 141: Cla cretary 41:
Warwickite . 41: R onor
"And rich the dreams that
wreathe her brows with magic
Interclass Basketball 12, 31:
Warwickite 121: Dramatic Club
12, 31: Iunior Prom Committee 131.
RAYMOND BENIAMIN WILCOX
"To set the cause above renown,
To love the game above the
Iunior Varsity Football 111:
Varsity Football 13, 41: Iunior
Varsity Baseball 121: Interclass
Basketball 13, 41: Orchestra 111:
R. I. Honor Society: One-act
HARRY WILKIN , IR.
"The ma part ig to do with
might aip hat you can
"When a man is his own lriend
you may know h'm to be a friend
to all men."
Indoor Track 141: Outdoor
Track 141. Transferred from Cran-
"There is a note ol good fellow-
sh 'p about him."
I. V. Baseball 121: Baseball 131:
Football 141: Senior Play: Intra-
mural Basketball 131.
A L D H I C H
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the Class of Thirty-eight. being of sound mind and
memory. do hereby make and declare this to be our Last
Will and Testament. bequeathing our most worldly pos-
sessions to those coming hereafter: and. by doing so.
revoking any wills made heretofore by us.
I. Wenonah, Macomber. leave my much appreciated
title of "sweetest girl" to Ida Austin.
I, Eileen Meikle. leave my red hair and dimples to Doris
Tucker. hoping that she will not be teased about them as
much as I have been.
I, Edward McMannus. leave my ability to act to any
up-andcoming Bob Taylor.
I, Walter Flagg, leave my inability to play basketball
to Howard Anderson.
I. Charles Gaffney, leave my inability to get in
gym to anyone who deserves it.
I. Betty Kelly. leave my violin to some up-and-coming
I. Lily Kennedy, leave the strains of "Prison Song" to
anyone who is feeling blue at examination time.
I, Iohn Roberts. Ir., leave my architectural ability to
anyone who is capable of using it.
I, Gertrude Alsfeld. leave my ability to "bunk" without
getting caught to anyone who likes school as much as I
I. Grace Cottrell. leave my wit to anyone in the Iunior
class who likes to make people laugh.
I. Dorothy Capaldi. give my ability to flirt and annoy
teachers to anyone desiring numerous interviews with
I, Ida Cooney. leave my title "Quietest Girl" to Susan
I, Catherine Costello. leave my copy of "Ham1et" to
anyone who wants it.
I. Mary Darcy, leave my ability to see the funny side of
things to Mary Iones.
I. Raymond Willcox. leave my ability to combine honor
marks with sports to Harry Donabedian.
We, Constance Whipple and lessie Wallace. do leave
our ability to get detention slips to anyone who can live
up to it.
I, Virginia Wade. leave my umbrella to Amy Barbour
to use on rainy days for her one-and-a-half mile hike to
We. Betty Potts and Barbara Stone. leave strains of our
immortal "Little Brown Iug" floating through the corridors
for all future generations.
I. Harriette Streeter leave all my "I-l's" to anyone who
needs them. ,
I. Edward Storti, leave my title "Best Boy Dancer" to
I. George Tarring, leave my strange-sounding laugh to
Donald Austin to carry it on in good faith.
I. Anna Taylor, leave two French books to anyone who
likes to study.
I, Alfred Volk. leave my "H" in mechanical drawing to
anyone who desires such a mark.
I, Appie Ryan, leave my title of "Class Juliet" to Lucia
I. Earl Roberts. leave P. A. D. to anyone who likes to
.Q-I fe- f'
I, Dorothy Southey, leave my ability to perform vocally
and instrumentally to anyone so inclined.
I. Catherine Smith, leave my hard-earned "H" in sewing
to Ann Ruddy.
I, Eva Stevens, leave my last year's crop of freckles to
Mary Murphy who can do justice to them.
I, Harriett Spencer, leave my most appreciated title of
"Most Popular Girl" to Edwina Aldrich.
I, Elsie Saxon, leave my ability to say a lot of words
that mean nothing to anyone who wishes a sore jaw and
We. Leo Sloan and Harold Anderson. bequeath our
ability as stage hands to Iohn Sloan and Oscar Hallene.
I. Mena Caputi, leave my ability to "steal the show," as
I did in the Senior play, to any up-and-coming star.
I. Bud McCarthy. leave my flirting ability to anyone
who can do a better job than I did.
I. Doris Leonard, leave my athletic ability to Mary
I, Frank Lawson. leave my quietness to anyone who
I, William Knoop. leave all my noise to the noisest
I. Raleigh Jenkins, being in a sound mind when I
attempted one, leave my moustache to Ernest Major.
I, Ray Hosterman. leave my homework for Horace
Magnon to do.
I, Thomas Herrmann, leave my ability to wisecrack to
I, Robert Faulkner, leave my ability to fail to do shop
work to anyone who feels so inclined.
l. Mary Finnegan, leave my "H" in English to any
future senior who does his home work regularly.
I, Arthur Ellis, leave my dish-washing ability to Iohn
I, Lucy Dean. leave the responsibility for the "Readers'
Digest" to whoever wants it.
I, John Crafford. leave my inability to do P. A. D. to
next year's class.
I, Ken Boss, leave my ability on the parallel bars to
I. Freda Church. leave my wavy hair to anyone who
will appreciate it.
I, Hollis Cole, leave my ability as an EmergencfCorps
member to Iames LaFleur.
I, William Costello, leave to Leo Charron, my dish-
I, Wilbur Close, leave my center position on the football
team to Warren Dyson.
I, George Barnes, leave my ability to draw a Model A
Ford to Henry Andrews.
I. Shirley Austin, leave my title "Best Dressed Girl" to
anyone who would like it.
I, Arthur Budlong, leave my ability to reach low notes
to Donald Shaw.
I. Eleanor Angus, leave my sewing ability to Patricia
I, Arthur Andell. leave my six feet and three inches to
I. Betty Hallene, bequeath my much-appreciated title
"Best Girl Athlete" to Mary Murphy.
We. Ioan Burgess and Dot Marble. leave our friendship
to two future seniors and hope they have as good times
as we have.
I, Alice Taylor, leave my ability to keep busy during
study periods to certain Iuniors who are badly in need
I, Clarke Vaughn, leave my "swing it and toss it"
ability with the baton to Audrey Long, our small drum
I, Shirley Warwick, leave my recipe for cocoa at basket
ball games to any Good Will member who wants it.
I, Herbert Myrick, leave my good nature to Donald
I, Dot Morgan, leave my blonde hair and blue eyes to
I, Albert Angus, Ir., leave my shop ability to brother
I, Annette Theroux, leave my appreciated title "Most
Beautiful Girl" to any brunette who deserves it.
I, Claire Grant, leave my laughing blue eyes to Kay
Pernaveau - may they serve her well.
I, Iames Robinson, leave my ability to start a filibuster
to Ed Mitenius.
I. Florence Parks, leave my joke-cracking ability in
Commercial Law to anyone who can get away with it.
I, Betty O'Donnell. leave my ability to "Big Apple" to
I, Dot Manz, leave my Reminder ad-selling ability to
anyone who will work hard for them.
I. Irene Field. leave my "gift of gab" to any quiet
member of the Iunior class.
I, Charlotte Bell, leave my title "Most Ladylike" to
I. Ioe Murray, leave my seat in the detention room to
anyone who is unlucky enough to get caught doing some-
I, Roberta Bell, leave my eyeglasses to anyone who
likes them better than I.
I, Barbara Peterson, leave my "I-I's" to Kay Pernaveau.
I, Beverly Rubery, leave my title, "Best Girl Dancer" to
I, Dot Lovell, do leave my motto "Silence is Golden" to
anyone who can live up to it.
I, Milton Searle, leave my presidency of the G. O. to
I, Irving Ekstrand, leave my ability to attend hockey
games to Bruce Little.
I, Rose Cardi, leave my ability to "just skin by" to
anyone who doesn't Want to be a book-worm.
I, Harry Wilkinson, leave my ability to make puns to
I, Charlotte Doughty, leave my in Art to anyone
who can get it.
I, Lewis Wyant, leave one tin box, and a little rattling
to anyone who will apply at Room 211. .
I, Wilbur Ide. leave my title "Best Dressed Boy" to a
deserving Iunior, Robert Thompson.
I, Henry McCormick. leave a wish that no one will be
unfortunate to get a front seat in home room..
I, Ruth Bennett, leave my piano-playing ability to any-
one who is willing to practice.
I, Dot Birtwistle, leave my love for music to the unfor-
tunate who fails to find any pleasure in it, since he
doesn't know what he is missing,
I, Leonard Bowen. leave my ability to get a I-Ioodsie
every day on a nickel a week to some poor. poor Iunior,
I. Susan Byrne. leave my title "Most Dependable Girl"
to anyone who is truthful, loyal and punctual.
I. Hope Coulthurst. leave my title "Cutest Girl" to Ethel
I, Wilma Nagle, leave my title, "Best Natured Girl" to
I, Marjorie Henry, leave my "Chevvie" to anyone who
has a better memory than I have for putting in gas.
I, Betty Dillon. leave all the hours I spent over chemistry
to someone who needs them.
I, Virginia Shepard, leave my enthusiasm as a cheer
leader to Dorene Close.
I, Betty Fisher, leave my ability to get in English to
one of the less intelligent members of the Iunior class.
l, Oliver Creswick, leave my ability to sing "Vesta la
Guibba" from Pagliacci to any Iunior with an extra
amount of lung power.
I, Thomas Forsythe, leave nothing, because how can I
give all to Old Aldrich and have something left? Silly!
I, Everett Knight, leave my ventaline sobriety to whom-
soever is foolish enough to accept it.
I, Frances Gillis, leave to Peggy Morrison my naturally
wavy hair or my good nature, whichever she wants more.
We, Iune Kendall and Adele Baguchinsky, leave our
close resemblance to each other to any two girls of
Aldrich High School who can do justice to it.
I, Mildred Turner, leave my success in debating to some
I, Arthur Maynard, do hereby leave to Charles Fraits
my ability to take long strides when walking.
I, Earl Miller, leave my title of "Most Bashful Boy" to
Warren Dyson or any other boy worthy of this title.
I, Clarence Carpenter, leave my ability to think of ideas
for cartoons for the Warwickite to Iohn Bennett.
I, Clyde North, leave my ability to start on the wrong
note to Pete Cole.
I. Anna Sheehan, leave my ability to speak mountain
dialect to any ambitious hillbilly in the Iunior class.
I, Ieanne Sharples, leave my editorship of the Reminder
to anyone who likes to run around and collect assign-
I, Donald Petrie, leave my ability to "chisel" nickels to
I, Mildred Lincoln, leave my proverbial lateness to
some early bird in the Iunior class.
I, Bernice Lambert, leave my "H" in French to anyone
who likes to do homework.
I, Ruth Leach, leave my nickname "Shorty" to Mary
I. Barbara Davis. leave my ability to sew to Barbara
I, William Newman, leave my ability to play golf to
l. Virginia Neary, leave my dimples to Ellen Hughes.
I. Dorothy Davis, leave my adorableness to anyone as
petite as I am.
I, Mildred Bailey, leave my twenty-three inches ot hair
to anyone who wants to spend tilteen minutes combing it.
I. lean Baxter, leave my appreciated title "Most Musical
Girl" to Louise Crossley.
I. Marilyn Cherms. leave my ability to draw to Eleanor
I. Earl Pedersen, leave my class iestership to Pete Cole.
I, Harry Buecher, leave my small stature to Bob
Willoughby, who has got to do something about his size
I. Hazel Hallene. leave my extra inches in height to
I, Betty Leach. leave my in P. A. D. to anyone who
likes to make notebooks.
I, Lydia Blackwood. leave my ability to argue to Laura
Selmanie, providing she'l1 keep it on a friendly basis.
I, Edna Charette. leave my unruly locks to anyone who
can cultivate them.
I, Ruth McAllister, leave my car to anyone who is tired
ol walking to school.
I, William Okerholm. leave my cartooning ability to
I, Virginia Daniels, leave my ability and desire to dance
to anyone who attends the dancing class.
I, Pauline Ferguson. leave my "come hither gaze" to
Dot Barker. '
We, "The Territic Three," Carlin, Matthews, and Rag-
nell, leave our ability to "do or die" tor dear old Aldrich
to the "Ferocious Four." Copp, Arnold, Gregson, and
I. Louise Murphy, leave my ability to get knocked down
while playing volleyball to anyone who can take it.
I, Virginia Files, leave my title "Best Girl Actress" to
I, William Willard. leave the tlat tire on my car to
anyone who wants to pump it up.
In sincere appreciation ot the work Miss Snow has done
during our four successful years at high school, we
appoint her sole executor oi this will and ask that she
dispose ot all other matters not mentioned in this will as
she so desires.
ln witness whereoi, this Last Will and Testament is
hereby signed before due witnesses this Twenty-first day
ot June, in the year ot our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Thirty-Eight.
Signed: CLASS WILL COMMITTEE
Clarence Herrmann 1
Ideal Aldricliite ......,,...
Most Popular Girl ........
Most Popular Boy ,....,.,,
Best Girl Student .....,,,...
Best Boy Student ........
Noisiest Girl .,.........
N oisiest Boy .......
Best Actress ,...,.........,.
Best Actor ......,...... ,, . .,., .......,,,,.. . ..
Most Musical Girl ....,,,,
Most Musical Boy ...., ..
Best Girl Dancer ....,....
Best Boy Dancer .....,......,,.
Class Optimist ,..........,..,..
. .,.... Shirley Warwick
Most Dependable Girl ......,,,.................. Susan Byrne
Most Dependable Boy
Best Dressed Girl .....,.......,...
Best Dressed Boy ...,,,......,
Class Jester ,,,....,.,.,......,,
Most Original .....
Best Girl Athlete ,..........
Best Boy Athlete ..............
Best Natured Girl .,..,,.....
Best Natured Boy .......,, ..
Most Beautiful Girl ,,,,.. ..,.,
Handsomest Boy ...... H
Most Sophisticated ....
Sweetest Girl . ........... ....,. ,
Most Ladylilre ...,,.........
Most Gentlemanly ,
Most Bashtul Girl rrr., ,
Most Bashtul Boy ..,,.....
Quietest Girl .,.........
Quietest Boy .,.....,,,
Cutest Girl .,,,.....,.,
Cutest Boy .......,
Class Iuliet ........ ..
Class Romeo ,,,.... ,,
Most Likely to Succeed
.. .... Thomas Matthews
I ,..... Annette Theroux
. .. ,...,.....,,...... Leo Sloan
r ........ ....,., V irginia Files
,. i ......., Charlotte Bell
, ,, Ida Cooney
., Earl Miller
, ,,..... ,. Ida Cooney
.. ,,,,Frank Lawson
U, ,Hope Coulthurst
. Appie Ryan
,, Edward Storti
.. .. Shirley Warwick
CLASS OF 1939
Ofiicers and Executive Committee
First Row: H. Worslold. V. Martin, E, Aldrich, B. Anderson.
Second Row: I. Arnold, D. Hughes. Miss Shanley, E. Weitz, L. Moultrop.
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1939
President . , . Lester Moultrop
. Edwina Aldrich
HISTORY OF THE CLASS
It's almost unbelievable that we are now
Iuniors. It seems like only yesterday that we
entered Aldrich for the first time, looking for-
ward to four long years of high school, and
with a determination to distinguish ourselves
in all events, social and athletic, as well as
maintaining a high scholastic standing. We
have succeeded in all of these aims and have
a record of which we may justly be proud.
The outstanding event of our Iunior year
was our "Prom," an affair which will live for
many years in our memories.
As our Iunior year draws to a close we can
truthfully say that it has been a year long to
be remembered as the happiest of our school
In our remaining year of school, we hope to
keep up our reputation of being one of the
most progressive and friendly classes in the
school and to become one of the most out-
standing Senior classes at Aldrich.
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CLASS OF 1940
Officers and Executive Committee
First Row: S. Wyman, E. Goff, P. Craftord, G. Leacy, U. Mahoney.
Second Row: E. Sousa, L. Nelson, Miss Atchison, G. Dick, H. Anderson
OFFICERS OF THE CLASS OF 1940
President . , ,
. , . Herbert Anderson
Vice-President ., . , . .George Leacy
HISTORY OF THE CLASS
Our Sophomores have always been a co-
operative and progressive class. They have
made themselves outstanding by their active
participation in all school events, their athletic
ability and their loyalty to Aldrich. In our
school productions, they have displayed great
talent, and many members of the class have
shown definite ability in character portrayal.
Ample evidence of this was their victory in
the Senior High Competition Plays with "Rich
Man, Poor Man" by an unanimous decision.
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However, We can readily see from their
numbers on the honor roll that their leader-
ship in social affairs has not interfered with
their high scholastic standing. Continued co-
operation with the faculty and honest en-
deavor will end in the realization of their
You have such a splendid record, "Sophs,"
we are sure that you will attain great heights.
The best wishes of the school go with you
along the road to success.
.Qw"Auw an S NAP gms'
houee in Portsmouth. New
Hampshire. was begrm ln 1718
and tiniehed in 1725. Captain
MacPhraedrie hailed from Scot-
land and was already a
wealthy merchant when he
bought the houee. which was
built to last. the walls being
eighteen inches thlclr. This ie
one ot the houeee said to have
been built from the brick
brought ae ballast from Hol-
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1941
In October, 1935, our Class of 1941 had the privilege of being the first
seventh grade to attend Aldrich. The members of the class made a good begin-
ning by taking part in plays, assemblies and other school activities, and by
joining various organizations as the year went on.
The Class of 1941 is off to a fine start on a high school career. They have
especially distinguished themselves in athletics both by their achievements
and the good sportsmanship which they have shown. Not only in athletics,
but also in dramatics, debating, and scholastic ability as well as support of
school activities they are showing their ability to become one of the outstanding
class at Aldrich.
With Mr. Rohloff as their class adviser, we are sure their remaining years
at Aldrich will bring success in whatever they undertake.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1942
The year we came to Aldrich we were a little timid, thinking of the duties
that spread out before us. Looking back over the year, we find that we have
almost succeeded in making our dreams of an enjoyable year come true.
Our class has taken part in many of the outside activities held this year.
We have been represented in the Executive Committee, the Cheer Leaders'
Squad, the Debating Society, and also in various Iunior High Sports. Although
our entry in the Iunior High Competition plays was not adjudged the winner,
those who took part in it received much valuable experience which we are sure
will enable them to carry us to victory next year.
We are eagerly waiting for the coming years so that we may again take a
more active part in the athletic and social program of Aldrich, under the guid-
ance of our class adviser, Miss Murray.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1943
In September, 1937, the class of 1943 entered Aldrich High School. Although
a little frightened at first by the different atmosphere of a high school, they soon
adjusted themselves to it and began to take an active part in school life.
The class has participated in most of the school activities and events. The
"high spot" of their year was their winning of the Iunior High Competition plays
with "A Stitch in Time."
Their class adviser, Mr. Wight, has helped them greatly in starting on their
high school life. From the successes which they have had already, we foresee
many more to come and wish them all the luck which their friendliness, en-
thusiasm and ambition deserve.
CLASS OF 1941
First How: W. Kncpton, R. Rey-
nolds, G. Decm.
Second Row: K. Gustafson.
Mr. Rohlotf, W. Lewis, C. Lum-
phere, M. Iones.
CLASS OF 1942
First Row: F. McGrady, M.
Stewart, Miss Murray, P, Marsh
Second Row: C. Erbin, L. Wil-
cox, B. Copp. L. Phelps, V.
CLASS OF 1943
First How: L. Wiley, Mr. Wight.
R. Grenier, E, Confredo,
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tezvld- and momcntua orcrtory
of Revolutionary days. It is
still uledvlor public meetings
of civic and social purposes.
The wooden steeple rising one
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deoolaor. the Old North
The G. O. is important as a connecting link between the
pupils and the faculty of Aldrich. Each grade is repre-
sented in this organization. Whenever a problem arises.
the members of the G. O. meet for the purpose of discuss-
ing and solving the problem. Many social problems have
been remedied by this democratic form of school govern-
A plan of this sort, in which the students and the faculty
cooperate in governing the school, goes a long way
toward making Aldrich a well-organized school.
The adviser of the G. O. is Mr. Scott. The officers for
l937-1938 are as follows:
President Milton Searle
Vice-President Virginia Martin
Secretary-Treasurer Shirley Warwick
GOOD WILL SOCIETY
One of the most important groups in Aldrich is the
Good Will Society, consisting of twenty-seven members.
You are sure to see at least one member at the office at
all times during the day. Among other duties, they show
visitors about the school, act as ushers at social functions,
serve luncheons to visiting athletic teams and direct
traffic in the corridors. Their main idea is to spread Good
Will throughout the school.
Each grade in the school is represented by a certain
number of members. Under its adviser, Mr. Robinson, the
Good Will has done excellent work in promoting school
spirit and interest in school activities among the students
President Clarke Vaughn
Vice-President Lester Moultrop
SecretaryeTreasurer Wenonah Macomber
First Row: L. Wiley. C. Vaughn.
L. Nelson, Mr. Scott, E. Weitz,
T. Herrmann, H. Spencer.
Second How: R. Phelps, M.
Searle, D. Hughes. S. Warwick,
H. Worsfold, G. Leacy, H. An-
derson, P. Marsh.
Third Row: W. Nagel. L. Moul'
trop, I, Dick, W. Lewis, T. For-
sythe, G. Dean, W. Knapton,
GOOD WILL SOCIETY
First How: S. Horner, L. Crosse
ley, V. Daniels, L. Moultrop,
Mr. Robinson, C. Vaughn, W.
Nagel, U. Mahoney, C. Le-
Second Row: H. Norgaard, E.
Goff, W, Macomber, S. War-
wick, E. Aldrich, V. Shepard
D. Pillsbury, G. Moran, D. Birt
Third Row: B. Bailey, M. Searle
S. Amylon, I. Dick, T. Forsythe
H. Austin, H. Anderson. H
THE WABWICKITE IUNIOR-SENIOR DEBATING
Among our schcol's outstanding organizations is the
Warwickite. Throughout the year the stat! has worked
diligently to continue the successful publication ot the
paper. Many feature articles have been added, as well as
o new type ot heavy paper. The aim of the Warwickite
is not only to publish news of the school, but to advance
knowledge and cooperation among the students.
May the Warwickite continue to grow and make longer
strides in future years.
Ruth Shailer, Katherine Murray
Eliza F. Dickinson
i Barbara Peterson, Irene Field,
I Gladys Anderson, Elsie Saxon,
l Harriette Streeter
Stat! Adele Baguchlnsky, lean Baxter, Ruth Bennett, Lydia
Blackwood, Rita Byrne, Dorothy Capaldi, Mena Caputi, Rose
Cardi, Dorothy Cunha, Doris DiSaia, Hilda Eberle, Therese
Ferelli, Pauline Ferguson, Thomas Forsythe, Betty Hallene,
Doris Leonard, Wenonah Macomber, Charles McCarthy, Doro-
thy Marble, Eileen Meikle, Dorothy Morgan, Ruth McAllister,
Betty Potts, Gladys Reed, Beverly Hubery, Virginia Shepard,
Anna Sheehan, Leo Sloan, Catherine Smith, Jessie Wallace,
Charles Williams, Milton Searle.
First Row: H. Streeter, B. Lam-
bert, F. Parks, W. Nagel, M.
Reid, M. Darcy, B. Bailey. H.
Second Row: V, Shepard, I.
Field, B. Woodell, Miss Shailer.
D. Goff, S. Byrne. l. Sharples,
Third Row: B. Peterson, B.
Stone, S. Warwick, I. Bennett,
E. Mitenius, E. Saxon, B. Boutin.
First Row: H. Sanford, C. Le-
levre, P. Hiland, F. Maher, I.
Vickers, F. Woodhead, Miss
Miller, A. lones, Miss Warren,
S. Horner, P. Amylon, W. Mite-
nius, L. Smith, B, Boutin, A.
Second Row: R. Bouler, I. Til-
linghast, I. Sharples, K. Perna-
veau, B. Goodrum. B. Winchell.
D. DiSaia, M. Caster, S. Wood-
ell, V. Headley, D. Close, R.
Reynolds, M. Read. G. Grenier,
B. Whitman, Cagnon, R. San-
ford, M. Sears.
Third Row: L. Turner, R. Ben-
nett, A. Swann, E. Mitenius, A,
McCormick, S. Amylon, E. Har-
greaves. M. Crawshaw, N.
Hargreaves, L. Crossley, A.
Iohnston, M. Iones, V. Erickson,
D. Wilkes. E. Angell, N. Flodin.
The purpose ot this society is to atiord the students an
opportunity to voice their opinions on questions ot im-
Under the leadership of Miss Miller a most enjoyable
year has been spent, Debates were given in assemblies
concerning school activities. Later in the year debates
were held between Aldrich and the following opponents:
East Greenwich, Lockwood, West Warwick, and Cranston.
This year Aldrich has been o member of the debating
league, and debates have been held over the radio.
President Mildred Turner
Vice-President Sydney Amylon
Secretarylreasurer Helen Sanford
Our Senior Orchestra, which has provided much of our
entertainment in assemblies and evening performances.
has worked very hard under the direction of Mr. Pera.
We may well be proud of this splendid group of musicians
who have presented so many pleasant programs during
Piano: D. Dyer, B. Rothemich, D. Robinson, N. Yanyar,
Clarinet: I. Baxter, N. Hargreaves. D. Southey, C. Henley,
W. Lewis, C. Holt, L. Crossley.
Trumpet: K. Boss. R. Butler, H. Guyett. B. Goslin, V. Head-
ley. R. Potts. W. Whitman, H. Couchon.
Cornet: F. Christoph, W. Nelson.
Violin: D. Close. G. Dorion.
Drums: R. Eichenfeldt, B. Perry, A. Cole.
Slide Trombone: R. Farrell, E. Weitz. R. Hickey. R. McCor
mick, F. Impagliazzo.
Flute: M. Hopkins.
Bass Horn: D. Shaw.
Baritone: I. Greer, P. March.
Saxophone: F. Wittum. R. Willoughby, F. Wl199lm
Alto Horn: Nl. Wood.
I UNIOR ORCHESTRA
Our Iunior Orchestra, directed by Miss McMannus. is a
line organization of young musicians who promise to
develop into an orchestra which will be a credit to
Aldrich. They have progressed rapidly and have demon-
strated their ability at many school events. especially at
assembly programs. May they continue their good work
all through their high school days!
Piano: Betty Ortiz. Winilred Mitenius. Marjorie Wyman,
Violins: Ruth Hadley, Richard Tanner. Charles Saxon.
Trumpets: Harry Wescott. Francis Henry. Blake Raney.
Saxaphones: Hazen Maxwell. Iames Croccio
Drums: Kenneth Reynolds, Rexlord Crocker.
SENIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA
First Flow: B. Perry, W. Lewis
C. Holt, N. Hargreaves, L
Crossley, I. Baxter. Mr. Pera
D. Southey, M. Hopkins, M
Crawshaw. G. Dorian. D
Close. I. Greer.
Second Row: R. Ruckler, R
Goslin, R. Potts. F. Christoph
H. Guyette, V. Headley, K
Boss, W. Whitman, R. Will
oughby, R. Wheeler. R. Wittum
D. Robinson. N. Yanyar, A
Third Row: R, Eichenfeldt, R
Farrell, R. McCormick, E. Weitz
M. Wood, W. Nelson, C. Hen
Rothemich, F. Impagliazzo.
IUNIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA
nus, R. Hadley, T. Harrigan
Second Row: K. Reynolds. H
Maxwell. H. Wescott. B. Ortiz
C. Saxon, F. Henry, R. Crocker
lev, D. Shaw, D, Dyer, B.
First Row: M. Wyman, R. Tan-
ner, H. lVIoIIat, Miss MacIVIan-
Under the direction of Mr. Pera, the Aldrich High
School Band has done famously. They made an excel-
lent appearance on Thanksgiving Day at Lockwood
with Clarke Vaughn as drum major and Audrey Long
as Iunior Twirler. Due to the shortage of strings in the
Senior Orchestra, the hand has stepped in to take its
place at many of the school functions. It would be very
nice if the band had uniforms so that they could at
sometime enter the New England Chorus. That is little
reward for the interest they have put into their work,
More success to the Band of Aldrich High School!
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First How: W. Lewis, C. Holt,
N. Hargreaves, L. Crossley, I.
Baxter, Mr. Pera. D. Southey
M. Hopkins, M. Crawshaw, F
Second How: K. Reynolds. H
Wescott, B. Potts, F. Christoph
H. Guyette, F. Wittum, F
Wheeler, V. Headley, K. Boss
B. Goslin, H. Cauchori. B. Perry
Third Row: M. Wood, R. Far
rell, W. Whitman, R. Willough-
by, E. Weitz, C. Vaughn. R.
McCormick, W. Wilson, C.
Henley, D. Shaw, H. Butler.
The three groups of cheer leaders under the leader-
ship of Mr. Wight have worked faithfully this season.
The cheer leaders are divided into three different groups
the Senior High, the Iunior High, the Pony Team.
Their pep and enthusiasm have contributed greatly to
the success of our athletic team and they must be con-
gratulated for their fine work.
Annette Theroux Adele Baquchinsky
Mena Caputi Wenonah Macomber
Ruth McAllister Virginia Shepard
Dorene Close Lois Healey
Florence Wooclh-:arf Miriam Tarrinq
Doris Close Betty Woodell
flhiiley Horner I'ranc'es Maher
Agatha Iones Audrey Long
Ioyce Vickers Peqgy Sears
First Row: M. Caputi, A. Bagu-
chinsky, R. McAllister, Mr.
Wight, W. Macomber, V
Shepard. A. Theroux.
Second Row: F. Woodhead, B
Woodell, C. Vaughn. L. Healey
Third Row: I. Vickers, L. Smith
P. Sears, R. Reynolds, D. Close
A. Iones, A. Long, S. Horner.
The dramatic club "Sock and Buskin" is important, not
only as an organization, but also for the many perform-
ances they produce. In order to take part in the One-Act
Plays, State Competition Plays, and other evening enter
tainments one must be a member in good standing of the
"Sock and Buskinf'
At each meeting of the club, following the business
meeting, there is usually a short play by a committee of
members. Talented students present poems, songs, reci-
tations, and stories.
This club, directed by Mr. Cooper, is a great asset to
the school, for it provides the major part of our enter-
tainment in both assemblies and evening productions, and
it affords its members an opportunity to use their talents
to a good advantage.
President Leo Sloan
Vice-President Sydney Amylon
Secretary Susan Byrne
Treasurer Iune Kendall
Librarian Edwina Aldrich
THE SCIENCE AND
The Science and Invention Club sponsored by Mr,
Rohloff has been very active during the school year. At
the beginning of school the club had an excellent display
at the Leisure Time Show at the Rhode Island Auditorium.
During Ianuary the club sponsored a Liquid Air Demon-
stration which was presented by Dr. Rakestraw of Brown
University. The club worked on several interesting scien-
tific projects through the year and sponsored an assembly
in May. The club has grown rapidly and gives promise
of becoming one of the most interesting and valuable clubs
in the school.
President Howard Smith
Vice-President Hervey Cauchon
V. Iffland, H. Cauchon,
First Row: S. Amylon, S. Byrne
Second Row: L. Sloan, E Ald
rich, Mr. Cooper, I. Kendall
SCIENCE AND INVENTION
First Row: I. Beckwith, C Phil
lips, G. Dean. Mr. Rohloff R
McCormick. C. Williams R
Second How: H. Norqard H
Smith, W. Nelson. I. Duggan
L H I C H
GIRL'S LEADERS' CORPS BOYS' LEADERS' CORPS
The girls' leaders' corps, under the direction of Mrs.
Cull, is an organization composed of girls especially
interested in sports. Each girl must win twenty-tive points
and show special ability in athletics to be eligible tor
This year there are twenty-three members and much
has been done to better the club. Meetings are held once
a week and "play days" are held once a month with other
schools. Other activities are soccer, volley-ball, basket-
ball, baseball, badminton, tumbling and gymnastic work.
GRLS LEADERS' CORPS
First Row: V. Martin. B. Hal
lene, M. Murphy, B. Potts, R
McAllister, V. Shepard. W
Macomber, P. Ferguson.
Second Row: S. Austin, E
Aldrich, R. Hillstrom, Mrs. Cult
A. Baguchinsky. I. Kendall, H
Third Row: E. Saxon, S. Byrne
B. Fraser B. Ruber A. Sheee
han, H. Spencer. D. Leonard
BOYS' LEADERS' CORPS
First Row: C. Iones, A. Cout
cher, A. George, W. Fielder
R. Caraccia, D. Brink, P
Marsh, P. Powers, Mr. Rudert
R. Iohnson, F. Donnelly, I.
Laltey, R. Lindstrom, S. Miller
Second Row: D. Garganese, G.
Gilmore, H. Maxwell, T. Elli
thorpe, F. Gilbert, S. Iohnson
C. Wild, G. Dean, K. Carlin
W. Cane, H. Lord, C. Winchell
M. Major, I. Perrault, V. Ellison,
Third How: R. Hickey, R
Crocker, F. Hallene, C. Wil
liams, A. Cole, K. Boss, C
North, R. Tessier, I. Powers
W. Byers, F. Dwyer, L. Sloan
F. Faulkner, M. Ferrante, D
Leach, R. Kates
The Aldrich Boys' Leaders' Corps, directed by Mr.
Rudert, has grown from one of our small organizations
to the largest in the school. It is divided into two
parts, Senior and Iunior. The members ol the club are
specially adept in exercises on the parallel and horizontal
bars, and contributed greatly towards the success of the
annual gym exhibition.
SENIOR DIVISION OFFICERS
President Raymond Tessier
Vice-President Arnold Cole
Secretary-Treasurer Wallace Byers
JUNIOR DIVISION OFFICERS
President Milton Major
Vice-President Iames Lalley
Secretary-Treasurer Frank Donnelly
First Row: A. Volk, T. Newman
D. Hughes. E. Storti. Mr. Madi
son, A. Ellis. L. Sharron, I
Second How: K. Boss. L. Both
ner, A. White, E. Roberts, C
McCarthy, W. Costello, A
Third Row: H. Manchester, M
Ferrante, I. Crafford, W. Flagg
H. Cole, I. LaFleur, I. Powers
THE EMERGENCY CORPS
The Emergency Corps is a new organization at Aldrich this year. Its main ohyective is safety
both in and about school.
Directed by Mr. Madison, the club consists oi twenty-five members divided into squads, each of
which has special duties. The boys are on duty at fire drills, and do all they can to keep the school
tree ot tire hazards. They have taken over traffic duty in the corridors and at each basketball game a
member is stationed to collect the tickets.
The members are constantly working for greater safety at school in any emergency and deserve
the congratulations and thanks ot everyone at Aldrich.
S ecre tary-Treasu rer
The aim of the club is to give to interested pupils an
opportunity to get additional information which they
cannot get in the classroom.
Students are eligible for membership if they attain an
average of H for the first term while enrolled in the
course, plus one of the following: presentation of a
biological exhibit in the form of a chart, picture or demon-
stration: cr dissection: making of a skeleton: collections
of various kinds: or some other exhibition of biological
At meetings occasional speakers are heard, but for the
most part students present papers which bear on the same
theme: perhaps on the history of biology, public health.
or any other biological subject. The adviser of the club
is Mr. Senerchia.
President Lloyd Bothner
Secretary-Treasurer , Cecelia Ahlstedt
THE PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB
This year the Photography Club has been especially
active. Under Mr. McKeon's able direction, the members
have learned many interesting and useful facts about
photography, including methods of developing, printing,
and enlarging pictures, as well as the best ways of taking
the pictures themselves. One of the outstanding activities
of the club was the developing and printing of many of
the Reminder snapshots. We are sure that such a prac-
tical and interesting organization, which deals with a
subject fascinating to so many persons, will become one
of the school's most valued clubs.
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The Old 'Mill in Sudbury.
Maeeochulette. was built in the
early port oi the seventeenth
century on the BOND! poet
road. It ie :till used ae u qrlet
mill and ie the property ot
Henry Ford. It is cr three-ltory
structure made ol native field-
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qreqt water-wheel tum: daily
to grind com and other groin:
told :many to vmum.
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FACULTY PLAY CAST
Mr. Robinson, Mr. Robertson, Miss Murray, Mr. Madison, Mrs. Dickinson, Mr. Amend, Miss Wadleigh,
Miss Myers, Miss Daily, Mr. Cooper, Miss Cohen, Mr. Bradstreet.
On the evening of November, 1937, the faculty of Nelson W. Aldrich
presented "The Torch-Bearers," a rollicking farce by George Kelly, and directed
by Mr. Cooper. The part ot the "tortured husband" was played by the director.
The wife, Miss Myers, had visions of becoming a great actress. This idea was
supported by Mrs. Dickinson, who played the part of a director whose ambitions
for acting had been thwarted. Miss Cohen is to be congratulated upon her clever
portrayal of a flighty over-anxious promptress. The other members of the cast
did very well in showing how an unsophisticated actor acts behind the scenes
and otherwise. Everyone who saw this great performance agrees that this play
was really a success.
Mr. Frederick Ritter ,.,. ,. .,
Ienny. .,............. .,..,.,...... ..,.,.,.,. . .
Mrs. I. Duro Pampinelli . ..
Mr. Spindler ...............,.............
Mrs. Nellie Fell .,.,.,.,....,.,..........,...
Mr. Hoxley Hossetrosse ,.,........
Mr. Teddy Spearinq ..,........,......,.,
Mrs. Florence McCrickett .....,.,.,..
Mr. Ralph Twrller ,.,.... .,.,...,......,.. .
Mrs. Clara Sheppard.. .....
Stage Managers .......
Mrs. Paula Ritter .. . . ..
. Mr. Henry I. Cooper
Miss Catherine Murray
,,.,.,.Mrs. Leroy Dickinson
.. .,....... Mr. Cyril Robinson
.....,.,.,......Miss Anna Cohen
,. Mr. Raymond Amend
Mr. Marshall Robertson
Miss Eleanor Wadleigh
Mr. Stanley Madison
..,.,.,,.,.,Miss L. Mae Daily
Mr. Cecil Bradstreet
. . .,., Miss Dorothy Myers
Seated: L. Bowen, V. Files, W. Knoop.
Standing: Mr. Cooper. E. Charette, E. Pederson. B. Potts, L. Wyant, A. Budlong, D. Birtwistle, R.
McAllister, M. Searle, A. Theroux, E. McMannus, I. Sloan, D. Manz. L. Sloan, O. Hallene, W. Nagel.
T. Forsythe. M. Caputi, F. Parks, C. McCarthy. H. Anderson.
THE SENIOR PLAY
On Ianuary 14, 1938, the class of 1938 presented as its Senior Play, "Sun Up,"
a drama in three acts written by Lulu Vollmer concerning the hill people of
North Carolina. The play was a very dramatic one, and therefore very difficult
to produce. We must compliment the cast for their success in assuming the
rather difficult mountaineer accent, and also for their realistic portrayal of the
THE CAST WAS AS FOLLOWS:
Pay Todd ,.,....
Emmy ...,... ., ,
Bud .,..... .... , ,. ..
Sheriff Weeks . . .
. ,,.. -Virginia Files
.. .. Leonard Bowen
,, ,.,.,.,. .William Knoop
. .,.,. . ,.,.,.,.,. Arthur Budlong
Rufe Cagle Edward McMannus
Preacher .. , ., .,.,..,. .Milton Searle
The Stranger . , . ,. ,. ,... ,..,,,, . , . ,..Lewis Wyant
Bob ,,.,.,, ,.,. , . ,,,, .,....... ,,.,. , . Pederson
Women .,.,. , ,
Stage M anaqers
M ake-Up .
Ushers .,..... ., .... . . . .
Betty Potts, Mena Caputi, Florence Parks, Edna Charette
Leo Sloan, Harold Anderson
H. Anderson. L. Sloan, I. Sloan, T. Forsythe, E. Storti
W. Nagel, D. Birtwistle
. ..., ,..... . ..D. Manz. R. McAllister
Members of the Senior Class
, S. Byrne, W. Nagel, H. Ragnell, L. Sloan, M. Searle
. . H. Streeter
First Row: B. Lindgren, A. Budlong, C. North, L. Bowen, E. McMannus, Mr. Pera, Mr. Cooper, W. Knoop,
A. Baguchinsky. I. North, O. Creswick. D. Southey, E. Budlong. A. Cole.
Second Row: W. Nagel, M. Murphy, D. Morris, T. Henthorne, T. Ferrell, Kathleen Davis, G. Grenier,
D. Whitman, H. Williams, K. Poletes, A. Johnson, M. Anderson, E. Brooks, A. Swann, I. Darcy.
Third Row: A. Barbour, E. Meikle, V. Fielder, D. Lindgren, H. Bagley, E. Major, A. Allen, G. Simmons,
H. MacLeod, B. Potts, S. Wyman, E. Hughes, L. Wittum, F. Melkonian, R. Flatley, M. Cullen. I. Couture,
This year's operetta, "Rose of the Danube," was an operetta in two acts.
The scenery was very beautiful, with the setting laid in the little Danish town of
With Ieanne North and Edward McMannus in the leading roles and the
large cast of principals and the chorus, the success of the operetta was assured.
We hope that in the future Aldrich will continue to present operettas as
beautiful as "Rose of the Danube."
Darrel Davis a Hollywood camera man. .
Galooski, prime minister ot Eurolania . .
Belladonna, a lady-in-waiting ..,... .,..
Montmorency, king of Eurolania ,,.. ..
Queen Florinda, his wife.. .,,. .. .
Hose, his elder daughter... ,.......
Daisy, his youngest daughter.. .
Prince Karl. his son . ...,.,., .,.,.,..,. ..., . . ,,., ..,.,.,., . . .. ..
Count Serqius von Popova, a conspirator. . ,.... ..
Demetrius Doodledorl, his rightvhand man ,.,.,.. .
Trombonius Tootletop, his left-hand man.. ,..,. ..
Percival McPipp, a motion picture producer ,... . .
Pamela McPipp, his daughter... ...,.... ...........,.... . . ....
Mrs. Priscilla McPipp, his wife . ....... .
.. Leonard Bowen
. . .Wilma Nagel
.. ...Arthur Budlong
. Dorothy Southey
. .. .Oliver Creswick
..... Clyde North
. .... .. Ernest Budlong
.. ...William Knoop
. . Arnold Cole
.... . Anita Arpin
A L U I C H
ONE-ACT PLAY COMPETITIONS
IUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
On March 15th, the Iunior High Competi-
tions were held. Each performance was char-
acterized by excellent acting, directing and
producing. Although the choice was a diffi-
cult one, the Class of 1943 was finally chosen
as the winner.
CLASS or 1941
Grandma .... .... ,.,. .... ...... . . . Ruth Reynolds
Mis' Diantha Abel . .... ,... ...,. . . . Kathleen Gustafson
Ezra Williams. ........ ..., . ... .. . .. .....George Opdyke
Peter . .. Frank Hull
Mez . .,,., .. ...,.. .. . .. . . Marilyn Marsh
Mis' Elmira Moran . . . ,. Anna Johnston
Mis' Trot ., ..... ., . ,.,.,., .,., .... . . ...Phyliss Boyd
Mis' Carry Ellsworth ., .. Gladys Grenier
Director Miss Anna Cohen
SENIOR HIGH SHOOL
The competition was held on March 18th
at an evening performance in the auditorium.
The Class of 1940 was declared the winner by
an unanimous vote. Their splendid acting well
merited this decision.
CLASS or 1938
Harold I. Kennedy
Eddie .... .
Bigloe... . ..
Mrs. Wilson... . .. ..
lanice Wilson . . .
Harry... . .. ..
Gerry.. .,.,., . ..,.. . . .
Eleanor Frazier ,... ,,,. .
Richard Frazier ., ..
lohnny Wilkes ,.,.... .. .. . . ..
. .,.,. , ,... ..Iames Bryer
, .... . .....,. . Arthur Budlong
. Iune Kendall
. Clyde North
. .. . Iohn Crafford
,. Pauline Ferguson
, . .,.. .......Clyde North
Dorothy Wilkes ,. .,...,.,.,.....,.,.. ..,,...,....,...,.,........ V irginia Files
lean Wilkes .. ....., ,................,......,.,..,..,,.... .,.... Do r othy Davis
Promptresses .. .,., .. Florence Parks, Betty Hallene
CLASS or 1942
"Spreading the News
Mrs. Fallon .. ....,. .,., . . .,..,.,.. ,.,.,....., . ..
Bartley Fallon ........,...,...,.,.,..,.....,.... ...,.,... .
Mrs. Tarpey ..........., ..,. .,.,. S h irley Horner
lack Smith ...........,..,.. .,.,....,...,., C harles Iones
Sharon Early .,.,.,... ,.,.,........ I ohn Moran
Tim Casey ............ .......,.,., Robert Petrie
Mrs. Tully ,... .,...,. ..,. ...,.,. ..,..., R u t h Sanford
Magistrate ,.,. ..,.,.. .,... ,.,.,., L a w rence Wilcox
Policeman .,., . . ,.,.,., .,.,.,.. . ......... . ...Kenneth Reynolds
lames Ryan . .... .. .............. ..... ....,. ....,. . R o bert Hoffman
Director Catherine Murray
CLASS OF 1943
"A Stitch in Time"
Stage Managers ..... .. Leo Sloan, Harold Anderson
Director-A Miss Myers -
CLASS or 1939
Mrs. Dean ..........,. .... .,.,.......... .,., . . , ...... E dwina Aldrich
Iunior Dean .. .....,.... .,..................,.. S idney Amylon
Ann Dean ............ ............ I essie Provan
Emma Farley . .....,. .. .,.. ...... D orothy Gough
Toolrie Truax ........... ..,.................... K ay Pernaveau
Henry Dean .......,.,.. ..........,... .......,..... , . .,......... L loyd Bothner
Richard Truax . . ....... ......... . .. .................. .,....,... E mil Weitz
Promptresses .,., Virginia Martin, Margaret Morris
Stage Managers .,............ ........,.... L eo Sloan. Iohn Sloan
Director -- Mr. Amend
CLASS OF 1940
"Rich Man, Poor Man"
Lucy ......,.. .. ,... . ....... ...,. .,...,.,...... . . .. ........ Ruth Starrett
Mrs. Hopkins .. ...,.... . .... ...,.,...,. S hirley Horner
Lavinia .. .... .. .. .... .. .....,. . . ....... ..-Veina Hagstrom
American Soldier . ........ ..,.,.,.......... . .. .,..., Francis Henry
Raymond Budlong, Kenneth Wilcox ,N
Directors an Miss Mournighan, Mr. Wight
st Bertha Y. Burrill
ma . . .... ,... .... . ........ G r ace Tebbetts
itty ........... . .. .... . .. Iacqueline Donahay
eter ...... . .......... .............. .
Yetta Goldenstein .... . .... .. ..
Mrs. Bonelli ..........,.......,........
............, Hilda Eberle
Mrs. Ole Olson .... ,,.,.,.,.,.,............. ............... D o rothy Andell
Mrs. Patrick Haggerty ................... . ............,...... Doris May
Mrs. Tammas MacPhairson ....,. ..... E lizabeth Martin
Tommy Browning ........,................... ........ H erve Couchon
A Visiting Nurse .......... .
.. .............. Doris Pilsbury
Largo Iohnson .,.,....................... ..........,..... R ichard Tashian
Mrs. X. Y. Smythe ....................... ..
Margaret Morrison, Shirley Marklin
Oscar I-lallene. Harold Anderson
Director - Miss Miller
Constitution Day Program
A. A. Assembly
A. A. Assembly
Homeroom Extension - Co-
lumbus Day Program
Previews of Minstrel
-"My Trip on the Von Hin-
denburg" - Mr. Eli Ayls-
-"Baseball and Life"-Mr.
Armistice Day Program
Previews of Faculty Play
A. A. Assembly
Sound Films-"The Story of
Pageant- "Christmas Cus-
Previews of Senior Play
-French Play - Sound Films
- "The Normandie"
"Scenes in Paris"
Patriotic Assembly - The
History of Our Flag-As-
lohn E. Mullen
Previews of Operetta-
"Rose of the Danube"
Senior Assembly - "Peace"
Mr. Gaylord Douglas
Iunior Hobby Assembly
Illustrated Travel Talk "Aus-
tralia" Captain Stanley
Previews of the Senior Plays
Senior Assembly - Sound
Films-"The Proper Use
of the Telephone and the
Iunior - Good Will Assem-
-Mr. Iohn E. Hines, Play Actor
Iunior - "The Ghost of the
Senior - "David Garrick"
May 14, " -Arbor Day Assembly
6, " -W. P. A. Symphony Orches-
13, " -The Science and Invention
20, " -The Mothersingers of War-
25, " -Professor Herbert R. Cross-
1, " -Fashion Show
10, " -Sound Films - "The Petro-
l7, " -Senior Class Assembly
STATE COMPETITION PLAY
The entry from Aldrich in the State Com-
petition Plays was "The Veil Lifts," a mystery
play centering about a lost sum of money.
Although not declared the winner, the play
was well received and was a credit both to
the director, Miss Clarke and to the cast.
Those who took part were: W. Nagel, S. Byrne,
G. Cottrell, B. Goodrum, H. Anderson, I. Lucas,
M. Travis, A. Arpin, L. Sloan, R. McAllister.
THE SENIOR HOP
On December 23, 1937, the annual Senior
Hop was held in the gymnasium. Christmas
trees, pine branches and evergreens lent a
note of gaiety to the festivities which were
greatly enjoyed by all who attended. The
work of the Aldrich and Lockwood Senior
Executive Committees was well rewarded by
the success of the dance.
THE A. A. MINSTREL
On October 15, 1937, the first minstrel at
Aldrich was held for the benefit of the Athletic
Association. All the talent at Aldrich was re-
cruited for the occasion, and the result was an
entertaining evening for all who attended.
Specialties were performed by many of the
school's singing and dancing stars. Not the
least of the attractions was the dance by the
members of the football team, while the senior
high cheer leaders contributed a "Floradora
The minstrel was a great success, the efforts
of the students being well rewarded by the
large audience attracted by the novelty of
the show. The promise of an enjoyable eve-
ning was more than fulfilled by the excellent
performance of the entire cast.
This picturesque covered
bridge over Weet River ie lo-
cated near Brattleboro. Ver-
mont. Built in 1837. it pxovos to
be a landmark tor Vermont
Our football team ended a most successful season by defeating Lockwood
on Thanksgiving Day. Bowing only to the league champion, West Warwick,
we finished in second place. Sterling line play by a veteran fighting line and
superb blocking by our backs enabled Copp and Thayer to make many spec-
tacular long gains. An unusual feature of the season was Arnold's place
kicking. Mr. Rudert's football magic seemed to baffle our opponents at all times.
Our boys must be commended on their magnificent display of sportsmanship,
which is so typical of every Aldrich team.
Aldrich Opponents Aldrich Opponents
Classical .,.,.,...... .,.,. 0 0 Central Falls , ., 40 0
Mt. St. Charles ..,. 12 0 Woonsocket . 0 0
West Warwick ,.,. 10 14 Westerly , ,.., . 13 0
St. Raphael , , ., 14 13 Lockwood ,. ., . 21 7
Although the 1938 combined Aldrich-Lockwood hockey team was not a
champion team, it held the season well in hand by winning five matches and
tying one. Our centers played well and our defense, built around Wyss and
Bertwell, was one of the strongest in the state. Outstanding players on our team
were Captain Phil Chenevert, Thayer, Walstead, and Therrien, who showed
remarkable ability as a goalie. Mr. Mournighan, coaching his first season of
hockey, did a grand job and we are certain that next year he will develop a
Aldrich Opponents Aldrich Opponents
Cranston .,............ 1 2 Cranston ...,....... 0 1
Hope ............,...,..,.....,.,..... 0 2 Hope .................,,.,.,.,....,. 0 1
East Providence 2 0 East Providence . 2 0
Mount St. Charles 0 0 Mount St. Charles 0 1
La Salle .,.,........,.,....,.,.. 0 1 Central ..... ,.,..,. .,.,.,..... 1 2
Central ....... ...,...,.,.... D l La Salle ,.,.,.... .,......,... 3 0
Classical , .. . 2 0 Classical .. l 0
Off to a slow start, but gradually gaining momentum, this year's varsity
basketball team was the best since Aldrich High came into being. Nine victories
and seven defeats made it possible for Aldrich to finish in fourth place. A few
early season losses to teams who were finally conquered in the last half of the
season spoiled our chances of finishing in third place. Five seniors. Co-Captains
Matthews and Lopes, Carlin, Ragnell, and Wilcox, were the backbone of this
year's aggregation. However, capable sophomore and junior reserves stepped
in on more than one occasion to pull several games out of the fire. We take our
hats off to those leaving us this year and we look forward to a successful season
with a wealth of fine material. The scores:
St. Raphael . ,. 21 39
Classical ..,. . , 13 14
34 ' 19
Westerly .,......,.. . . 36 30
Lockwood . . 28 17
Mt. St. Charles ,. .
West Warwick ,
South Kingston . . .
L U H IC
First Row: C. Carlson. Mgr., K.
Andrews, R. Wilcox, R, Tessier,
R. Carlin, Co-Captain, D, Copp.
Co-Captain, W. Close, I. Greq-
son. K. Carlin.
Second Row: I. Burns, E. MC-
Cabe. R. Gilbert, T. Matthews.
L. Wyant, W. Thayer. I. Arnold
W. Dyson. A. Andell.
Third Row: C. Simmons, R. Ien-
kins, I. Powers, H. Donnelly, E.
Roberts, H. Austin, I. Elmer,
Mr. Rudert. Coach.
First Row: P. Chenevert, B
Thayer, G. Therrien, E. Roberts
C. Bertwell, A. Wyss, F. Burns
Second How: Mr. Campbell
A. Rice, F. Lind, M. Searle
W. Newman. W. Reardon
E. Torrey, A. Centracchio, Mr
Mournighan, Mr. Wight.
First Row: W. Stafford, A
Carlin, I. Lopes, T. Matthews
G. MacLeod, G. Lecrcy.
Second Row: C. Carlson, W
Gilmore, H. Austin, K. Brown
G, Simmons, E. Major.
Third Row: Mr. Rudert, R. Will
cox, I. England, R, Willoughby
H. Raqnell, I. Lc1Fleur.
I Hygar E rn I Napili
1938 BASEBALL TEAM
Rdw: H. Wein, F. An
W. Thayer, D. Copp
D. Austin, W. Close, E. Major
N. Walstead, A. Sprague.
Row: W. Erickson, R
I. Arnold, E. Tyler
Remington, W. Macomber
G. Simmons, I. Burns, I. Greg
son, G. Leacy. H. Magnon
Mr. McKeon. Mgr.
IUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
First Row: A. Coutcher, C.
Lamphere, N. Auclair, H. Don-
abedian, R. O'Neil, M. Major.
I. Mulvey. R. Goodrum.
Second How: R. Babcock, G.
Otis, G. Fleming, W. Arm-
strong, S. Phillip, Mr. Rohloit,
K. Carlin, G. Fagan, R. Cruz.
G. Rich, R. Fraser.
Although we were not in the running for the
title in 1937 we were classed as a fighting
team. "Swede" Erickson, our pitcher, did a
fine job, as did the rest of the team, under the
direction of our coach, Mr. McKeon.
Prospects for the coming season are much
brighter, for with a team of veterans, along
with some promising rookies we will be up
there with the leaders.
IUNIOB HIGH BASKETBALL
The Aldrich Iunior High Basketball team
had a very successful year, lost only one
game out of seventeen. The team finished on
top in the Surburban Iunior High League,
thereby winning the championship and ban-
ner of that league. With the splendid spirit
that exists among the boys who will be on
the squad next year, we hope to be fighting
somewhere near the top.
St. Patrick's Eldredge
Briggs 24 12 40 8 g D
29 12 Riverside 46 15 iQj!:'!4f
Sockanosset 19 12 59 12 Z' jf! 1. i
20 19 '
. West Warwick 42 11
East Providence li 18 19
Bain 53 29 Lockwood 30 7
First Row: W. Gilmore, H. Aus
tin, I. Clements, H. Lord, G
Leacy. W. Thayer, E. McCabe
G. Simmons, E. Miller.
Second Row: Mr. Rudert, H
McCormick. D. Hughes, L
Sloan, I. England, R. Wil
loughby, R. Murphy, E. Weitz
Third How: W. Dyson, C
Vaughn, T. Matthews. H. Rag
nell, A. Carlin, H. Tessier, I
Marmaras. I. Bennett. E. Storti
First Row: G. McLeod, Mr
Douglas, G. George.
Second Row: L. Eccleston, T.
Henry, W. Newman.
With a small squad of indoor track men
available, Aldrich's track team had four
meets before the State Championships. What
we lacked in numbers we made up in fight,
giving our opponents plenty of opposition in
all departments. Next year, with a squad of
veterans, we hope to come out on top.
Lockwood .,...,. .. 30 47
Classical-Lockwood , 15 36-26
Mt. St. Charles . . 29512 3836
Burrillville 1 . . 25 zs
lg 3 B State Championships . 10
The golf team was coached by Mr. Douglas,
who proved to be very successful. The team
won the Western Division Championship and
were runners-up to the State Champions. Dur-
ing the Pawtucket golf meet held for all
schools in all the Divisions we came in third
as a school and Guido George came in third
in the individual scoring.
Lockwood . , . 14 V2 3 M
South Kingston 9 LQ 8 lf.
1 1 7
Cranston 12 6
Classical , , 17 M bi
North Kingston . 8 10
1 1 7
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Chester G. Douglas
Emily S. Place
Dallas L. Leonard
Spencer E. Leonard
Myrtle T. Olson
Hortense L. Clement
Muriel T. Cull
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198 ARM1NcroN STREET EDGEWOOD, R. 1.
DAY SCHOOL -- SEPTEMBER I2
EVENING SCHOOL- SEPTEMBER l2
Free Placement Bureau
Catalogue Sent on Request
Telephone WI lliams 7210 or Write for Information
The Wa ck Company Fishing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition
ROY T- MOT 9611 PTOP- Riding Apparel, Iewelry,
28 Lincoln Ave. Lincoln Park, R. I.
235 Weybosset St. Providence, R. I.
Gracie: "I understand fish is good for the brain. Can you recommend anything
special for me?"
Mr. Cooper: "We11, you might begin with a wha1e."
B i c y c 1 e s
Columbia and the Famous English Ra1eigh's
Repairs and Service on All Makes
Carriage Wheels Retired
PROVIDENCE CYCLE SHOP
314 BROAD STREET
Opposite Louttit Laundry
RAYMOND-WHITCOMB, INC. OF
RHODE ISLAND Plants and Flowers
"The Best in Travel"
Raymond-Whitcomb, Inc. SCOTT THE FLORIST
of R' I' 827 Broad St. PROVIDENCE, R. I.
84 WESTMINSTER STREET Tel- WI- 4440
tTurks Head Bldgl GA. 8235-8236
MILDRED M. LINDSLEY
Dresses - Accessories
Tel. Greenwich 204
40 Main St. East Greenwich, R. I.
EAST GREENWICH, R. 1.
Greenwich Worsted Suits
None Better for Wear
EAST GREENWICH, R. 1.
Fine Sodas. Candy, Cigars
Geo. A. Bergstrom 6. Co
GROCERIES -- MEATS
East Greenwich, Rhode Island
Mr. Griffin, showing cr visitor around the building: "Do you remember that boy
who was always messing around here in the lab.? Well I indicating a large
discoloration on the ceilinql, that's him up there!"
. BILL BROWN
Compliments of TAILOR
, 91 MAIN ST. EAST GREENWICH
Herman Sllverman 970 BROAQIS S1TeenW1Ch CSROIVIDENCE
I Ter W1 insms 8706
EVGFY Desirable Type Ol Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing, Alterations
Graduation Shoes Save Men's Suits made to
I measure 4- 100 styles All
East Greenwich, R. I. Green'wighdVgorsted S25 and S30
IHC ll 9
Compliments of Compliments of
THE CORNER LENDING
Gus Miller LIBRARY
BARBER , 41 MAIN ST.
EAST GREENWICH. R. I. EAST GREENWICH
THE H. V. ALLEN ESTATE AGENCY
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
164 MAIN STREET
EAST GREENWICH, R. I.
The Theatre DeLuxe
EAST GREENWICH, R. 1.
PERFECT PROTECTION-WONDER SOUND
Tel. Greenwich 698
Stern Preceptor: "Quit passing notes back there!"
Stude: "These ain't notes: they're dollar bills. We're shootin' craps."
Stern Preceptor: "Oh, that's different."
Wi11iam's Corner Garage
1. H. SHIPPEE
HUDSON AND ESSEX
General Repairing on All Cars
APPONAUG, RHODE ISLAND
171 CHESTNUT STREET
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Lambert L. Lind
Edward O. Ekman
Compliments of y
R 6. D Hardware
Paints, Oils, etc.
A Detrola Radio
HILLSGROVE, R. 1.
Pawtuxet Shoe Repair
2l891f2 Broad Street
Buy good shoes -
keep them repaired.
William I. Cunningham
Harold E. Tailor
The perfect gentleman: "So sorry I bumped into you -I didn't see you."
Stylish Stout: "F1atterer!"
HOXSIE DAIRY FARM
Milk and Cream
I. E. MATHEWSON
PIONEER FOOD STORE
1. A. soUTo
1634 Elmwood Avenue
CRANSTON, RHODE ISLAND
Lakewood Hay, Grain
and Coal Co.
LAKEWOOD, R. I.
lU45 Warwick Avenue
Low Prices On Standard Food
Groceries and Meats
ESSO - Gasoline and Oil
Dr. Richard S. Arlen. M.D.
George B. Salter
Home - All-Electric
Part ot New England Power Assn.
She: "No, I can't give you another dance,
girl in the room."
He: "But I don't want to dance with the
dance with you."
but I'11 introduce you to the prettiest
prettiest girl in the room! I want to
The Better Fuel
Arthur E. Hardy. M.D.
R. 6 D. HARDWARE CO.
"Your Hardware Store"
CONIMICUT, RHODE ISLAND
KING UNION COMPANY
H1LLsGRoVE, R. 1.
The Graham Funeral TYPEWRITERS
Huomes Portable Standard
571 Broad street PROVIDENCE New Rebulh
391 Main Street APPONAUG, R. I.
FENNER FUNERAL HOME
1968 Smith St. Centerdale 0108
Stop and shop at our
Maurice C. Smith Co. Inc.
76 Weybosset St. Opp. Arcade
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Harriet Spencer: "Mr. Amend, why
Mr. Amend: "Oh, I got on to myself."
didn't you qo to the donkey-basketball
Warwick Oil Company
C. D. Carlin, Prop.
RANGE AND FUEL OIL
24 Hour Service
Tel. WK. NK. 286
ROY A. STINSON
54 Beach Avenue
CONIMICUT, R. 1.
HIGH GRADE MONUMENTS
Wm. P. Pellett and Sons.
1887 ELMWOOD AVENUE
Phone: Wl lliams 2440
Tel. Warwick Neck 40
Groceries and Meats
Telephone Greenwood 1305
Grand Display of Dolls Complete Lubrication Service
Mills Service Station
Dolly Wonderland 1893 Elmwood Ave. Norwood, R. I.
Dolls of Many Nations - Doll Clothes
Toys, Washable Animals, etc.
Tires, Tubes, Batteries
Tydol Gasoline-Veedol Motor Oil
The Service Station that Serves
Phone WI 9403 Ioseph Mills
Physics Prof.: "Copper cannot be cast."
Wise Soph.: "Beg pardon, sir, but may I take exception to that statement?
I just seen a teller pitchin' pennies!"
Aldrich High School Parent-Teacher Association
President .... .,......,....,.,r........., ..,...... .... ..,,,......... . ...,i.,..............,,,,.. .... M r s . I-I enry B. Ward
First Vice President .........,.. ....... .,...... ...,,... . ...., .......... M r s . Carleton North
Second Vice President ...,.,,..,,. ....... . .Mr Harold F. Scott
Secretary .............................. ...,..,. .... ...........,.. M r s . Lea Boutin
First Delegate . . ,,
Third Delegate ..
First Alternate ..
. M Mr. Frank B. Wight
.Mrs. Frank Perrault
,, . Mrs. William Mason
., ..,.., Mrs. C. G. Dutemple
Mrs. Mildred Torrey
Second Alternate ,... ...,. Mrs. Robert Thompson
Third Alternate .. ........... ..,. ,,.... . ,,.,... .......... . . . ......,.,, Mrs. Walter Willoughby
By Laws-Mr. Waldron S. Fernald Membership-Mrs. Belle Dwyer
Publicity-Miss Eleanor L. Clark Athletic-Mr. Gordon Shepard
Publicity+Miss Lee Confreda
. Ways and Means-Mrs. Gordon Shepard
Parente'l'eacher Magazinee , ,
Mrs- Belle Dwyer Child WelfarewMr. Frank B. Wight
Music-Miss Eileen M. MacMannus Library-Miss Belenda Snow
Albert's Ice Cream Shop
PRov1DENcE, R. 1.
Every Day is Cleaning Day with Us
716 NORTH MAIN STREET
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
i Let us help do your
Telephones DExter 8520-8521-8522
Thomas Perry's Barber
PAWTUXET, R. I. i
Meats, Fruits and Groceries
825 Apponaug Road
NORWOOD, R. I.
Tel. WI. 3433
One ninth-grader: "How can that senior go around without a hat even on the
coldest days in winter?"
Another ninth-grader: "That's easy! Don't you know there's no freezing point
Dancing Wednesday and
Why Not Arrange for Your Reunion
Tiffany Printing Company
Effective Commercial Printing
200 Washington Street
LAKEWOOD, RHODE ISLAND
946 APPONAUG ROAD
NORWOOD, RHODE ISLAND
Tel. WI. 2200
Sales and Service
HIGH GRADE USED CARS
Dr. I. Biderman
2206 Broad Street 1-1Opkins 2946
A N D E R B E R G ' S
WASHERS and IRONERS
Sales and Service
108 Fountain St. Providence, R. I.
Dry Goods and Kitchen Furnishings
Shoes and Rubbers
266 Prairie Avenue
PROVIDENCE, R. l.
Why not come in and try our 52.50
oil waves and also our
oil steamer shampoo
For appointment call
ADELE'S BEAUTY SHOP
WI lliams 9568
2214 Broad Street
CRANSTON, R. I.
"What is the penalty for bigo'my?"
The New Style
Gold Medal Mattresses
Studio Couches and
Leading Department Stores
Now on display
Temkin Tobacco and
General Candy Co.
571 Chestnut Street
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Music Pon ALL occAs1oNs
COITIPHHY and His Vagabonds
MOVING and STORAGE Featuring
14 Merrill Street GAspee 0675 Belly HMackH MCMGHDUS
PROVIDENCE, R. l. Tel. WI lliams 9632
Compliments of A
Maurice C. Smith Co.
The leading Typewriter Store
Sa1k's General Stores
CONIMICUT OAKLAND BEACH
76 WEYBOSSET STREET
TW Us Fifsf PRov1DENcE, R. 1.
Opposite the Arcade
ot R. I.
Compliments of Compliments of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rubery A FRIEND
"Is your new horse a dray horse?" said the inquisitive lady.
"lt's a brown horse - cut out the baby talk," said the owner.
F. 6. W. GRAND CO.
FRED O. BISHO
5-10-25-1.00 Store DEALER
l lat the bridgel
346 Westmmstef St- PAWTUXET, RHoDE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE, R. 1. PLWOUTH DE som
Pioneer Food Store Compliments of
Paul Miller, Prop.
The Cotton Pharmacy
Groceries. Meats and Vegetables
465 Pine Street
Tel. WI 9258 595 Post Road PROVIDENCE' RA In
NORWOOD, R. I.
F. B. Richmond 6. Son
124 East Greenwich Road
APPONAUGQ R. I.
Curtis Hardware Co.
APPONAUG, R. 1.
PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM
GRADE A RAW
Early Morning Delivery
Tel. Valley 434-R
NORMAN JAcoBsoN, Prop.
Corner Main Ave. and Pontiac Road
GREENWOOD, R. I.
Tel. Greenwood 1006
Miss Snow: "For tomorrow write an autobiography."
Charlie McCarthy: "About ourselves?"
DORA E. SHARKEY
APPONAUG, R. I.
Steve's Barber Shop
241 Main Street, Apponaug, R. I
Steve's Hair Treatments are to
Preserve Hair and to Protect It
For Further Cutting
"GooD THINGS TO EAT"
APPoNAUG, R. 1.
IAMES UCCI, Prop.
ANTHONY, R. I.
DR. ERNEST L. LOCKWOOD
Compliments of Compliments of
Dr. Harold C. Lockwood Kenneth W. Scott, D.M.D.
"Then came the informal part of the meeting, everyone chatting and laughing
Compliments Of Dr. Ieremiah A. Bainton
Dr. Alphonse W. Lupoli
357 Westminster St.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Compliments of Congratulations and Best Wishes
for Success .
Harold E. Flaherty
COUNCILMAN WILLIAM C. KINDELAN
FIFTH WARD WARWICK PoL1cE CHIEF
Groceries and Notions
"WHAT YOU DON'T SEE, ASK FOR"
FRED S. PRESTON
Rivard's Department Store
47-51 Washington St.
Clothing. Shoes. Ladies and Gents
Hats. Caps. and Pattems
ARCTIC' R- I- Tel. Valley 165W
OPPOSITE FRENCH CHURCH
"At the next ring of the bell, the pupils collected in groups and ate their lunch,
so I did the same."
ANDOLYN'S INC. GET IT AT
BEf?l1gTY.SPfLON Hewett's Phannacies
O lsunctlon 841 Broad St. 354 Friendship St.
Specializing in Permanent Waves
Tel. Gaspee 4496
MISS ANN DOLAN, Proprietress
312 Alice Bldg., 236 Westminster St.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
"Where Friends Meet Friends"
D. I. POIRER'S
Warwick Neck 798-R
M. 6 R. MARKET
OAKLAND BEACH, R. I.
Tel. Warwick Neck Z69N
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THE C. AND W.
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He once excelled in chemistry -
Alas, he does no more!
For what he thought was H 20
Was H 2SO.!
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Degree courses in Business Administration, Ac-
countancy and Finance, Secretarial Science and
Commercial Teacher-Training Kiour yearsj. Also
shorter diploma Secretarial courses.
Free Placement Service. Bryant graduates are
in demand for responsible positions.
Enrollment limited. Early registration is advisable.
You are invited to visit the College and inspect
the campus and the college-supervised dormitories,
Catalog and View Book mailed free. Address.
Director of Administrations:
Hope. Benevolent St. and Young Orchard Ave.
PROVIDENCE. RHODE I LAND
Chops, Sea Food, Sandwiches
7 Seas Restaurant
At the Bridge in Pawtuxet
After the dance take a voyage to the
Conimicut Service Station
WEST SHORE ROAD 5- STAFFORD AVE.
Next to the School
WE KNOW LUBRICATION
Al's Auto Service
GREENWOOD, R. I.
station Wholesale and Retail
GAS - OH. - GREASINGS
Range and Fuel Oil Delivered Promptly
Dealer in Zenith Radios
Oakland Beach Ave. and Apponaug Road
OAKLAND BEACH, R. l.
Tel. Warwick Neck 200
Kerosene - Gasoline - Motor Oil
Tel. Warwick Neck 627
Miss Wadleighz "Repeat the conjugation in concert."
Everett: "She thinks this is cr music schoo1."
RADIO SALES AND SERV C'E
CHARLES E. BARKER
REPAIR ALL MAKES
Tel. Greenwood 1478
Cor. Main Ave. and West Shore Road
APPONAUG, R. I.
Contractor and Builder
GREENWOOD, R. I.
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