Aldrich High School - Reminder Yearbook (Lakewood, RI)

 - Class of 1939

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ixmuxvsanmzsgvzswm.. ,Q.:4amm.a ,naw + ' " fs 6 1 K s E 5 3 E 4 S 5 5 1 x S 1 1 -1 2 5 1 i a E E ! E a THE REMINDER " BACK IN '39 " A DRAMA IN SIX ACTS Presented by the Students of Aldrich junior'Senior High School City oI Warwick Rhode Island Vol. XVI MCMXXXIX E REMIND Preface D URING the previous years of our short history, our year book has always been combined with that of Lock- wood High School. This year for the first time a com- pletely Aldrich class is graduating, and so for the first time we are issuing a completely Aldrich yearbook. We have made this fact the theme of the whole book. VVe would like to use this chance to speak a word of appreciation to both boards of the RENIINDER. The steady. reliable work of the business board in obtaining advertisements and handling our publicity has made worth while the long hours spent by the literary board in getting together the actual material of the book. We also wish to acknowledge the kindness of the Pho- tography Club. who developed and printed the films for our attractive snapshot pages. We hope that this first Aldrich yearbook will meet with the approval of all true Aldrichites. SUSAN BECKXVITH, Editor-in-Chief. HORACE HOBISS SUl'lcRv1slNc: l'R1Nc:1PAl. OF Awklczu ANU I,oc:Kwoo1m UNIQR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS XVARREN A. SHERMAN SlYl'l'1RlN'l'l'1NDl'IN'l' or SCHOOLS IN XVARXVICK THE REMIN DER td'- dv- A xl L X H,bXRUI,l3 I". SCC Ylvl' lrlurlfrll of lfll' N1'l.sml ll". .'HllTl-ffl lligh Sflmnl X . l I ,,f, x , " x , 1 2 1 1 rf, . ff I. . 'V Our l'rinc'ipz1l. Mr. Scott. has won thc l'L'SlJL'L'l :xml llll-CCll0ll ol' both sluclculs :xml lluclllly by his lriclmclly zxllilumlc. his rcziclincss L0 help. :incl his unliring work lo lllllJl'OYC our scllool. XVQ sillccrcly zlpplvcizllc alll hc has clone to lll2llQC thc past yczu' ll SllCl'CSSl-lll :Incl am cn- joyallalconc. To iffilna GI. Svhanlrg adviser for lhe class of 1939, we dedicate this year hook, in sincere ajnlbreciation of her capable guid- ance and friendly help during our years at Aldrich. EDNA C. Sl1ANl.m' Adviser for the Class of 1939 K 5 5-0. .9 . N -X I R.n'xioxn S. Asiiasn R. I. Srhool ol' De- sign. R. I. K.. I-.. Nlerlianiral Draw- ing I.llIIXN fi!-.RIRIIIIII AIIZIIIMIN, A.ll.. IC4l.l5. Pcinhrokc I-Znglish. Sciemr. .-Xiliiscl' ol' Class ull lil-Ill xI.Ill'X IL. llnuzn, ILS.. NLS. R. I. Stale College. R. I. C. Ii., llalf xarrl llniiersily junior Business 'l'raining, Cixi:-s. English CIi4.n. Ii. lIu,xns'lin-xi-.i. l'.il.li. liorhain Normal. R. l. C. Ii., R. I. School ol' Design lnclnslrial Arts. KIUIICII of -lnnior High llaseball lirrxsou I.. Cmkm-, .-LII., I'1ml.NI. Rznlflillx' College. llariarml lirzuln- ale Sfhool lleail ol' Iinglisli Dept., llirezttor ol Stale Conipelilion I'lax' .Km Clonix Ivarln-r's llollegz-. Colninhia l'ni- wrsily IIUIIICIIIIIRIIIQ, Calle- I1-rin Nlanage- IlIl'lII Asn Coin-'s, II.S.IC.. NI.I'1ml. lloslon llnix'vl'silx Cloinincrrinl Sub ivfls lll sin' -losi-.vu fIO0I'l'1R, I'h.ll.. NIA. llrown Universilx. R. I. Cl. Ii. llezul ol Science Ile- parlinenl, III-.ul ol' IITZIIIIIIIICS, Axl- viser ol' Il-Y Club f X N 'V SJ. 14 X F i F I I . If A. sl .gg . I, . 'Q if 495 0 The FACULTY Cxlcol.vN Il. Cui.:-' Posse School ol' Physical I'imluc'a- lion. R. I. C. Ii. Pliysiczll Education. Intrznnln'al Adir- ilies. Aclxiser ol' Girls' l.e:ulers' Corps, Riding Club l.. Mui IMn.v, .LIL NIA. Brown llnixersily. R. I. C. I-I., Ilan'- xarml University Ilezul of hIIllIll'lII1lI- ics II1.'I71ll'IIIIl'Ill Cliaxm I.. III. Ihrls Sllllt Normal School English, INIalheinal- ics, Smiial Sciclxfc' lium Pltxli IIICRIN- sox. ll.C.S. Iiryanl College. Brown Universi- ly, R. I. C. Bookkeeping, Sie- nography. Iiusi- ness lllanager ol' IIvlIl'Il'I1'kIIl' Cliii-:sunk G. lJo1vcn..xs R. I. School of llc- sign, R. I. Stale College, R. I. C, li. lnmluslrial Arts. Shop, Coll' Coarh NIYRILIC Gonwirs, I1.C1.S. Isflkllll College. R. I. C. E. Ileasl ol' Connner- cial Ileparlincnl. School Accounts. A. Il. C. AC- CUIIIIIS, Cliziirnizui ol' lfarillllv Coin- IIIIIICC on' Major Dances Ill1i.l-is fI0l'I.Il. IS.S. R. I. Slalc College Business, 'l'ruining, NIIIIIICIIIIIIICS XVI' slinlenls ol .Xlmlrich will always rc- ineinbcr with gratitude the help and Iricnml- ship ollcrenl to us In our faculty. ln the classroom lhcir capable QIIILIIIIICK' and palicnl xlanalions hare inzule our slnrlies holh ioxable and prolilahle: the inleresl and IIXIIIII' they have shown in all our social I".II.l-l:N NI. NIM.- XIXNIIS, Iicl.lI. R. I. C. Hal'- xard llniwrsixy School nl' Nlusir. Brown Ilnirersilr Nlnsir. .-Xclxiser ol' junior Orchestra. Chairman ol' As- sembly Coinxnill Ire. Nlns. Fcslixal. Corn. Connnitlcc Sixxriix' V. NIADISON. ILS. R. l. Stale College, R. I. CZ. I-I.. .Xg.gric'ullurc and Safely. .Mlriser ol' I'IIlIl'I'gK'IICQ' Corps. -I-II Club Alosi-zpn Mclii-lox. ILS., IS.Iiil. . l'rox imlence Collegv, R. I. C.. E. Science, Mathemat- ics, Baseball Coach. Adviser -4 ff' ol' Photography Club l'i-pun. I.0l'ISl-I NIII.I.IiIk. .X.li.. AAI. Pembroke College. Brown Universi- ly Iinglish, .Mlviser ol' Debating Club ul. liulxr: NIOVRNIG- nw, I'h.IS. Proximlcncc College, lirown Universi- ly. R. I. C.. l'.. XIZIIIICIIILIIICS. ling- lish, Social Sci- l'IIl'L', Ilockev Coafli NI un' G. Nlovkxua- uw School of Design Art. English, Social Sricml' at ALD ICH R activities have helped to give us a fuller school life: and their friendly attitude toward us as individuals has made us leel truly a pilrt ol' Aldrich. We deeply appreciate the large pllrl they have played in making our school years a pleasure to remember. Cuiii-'kisri 'I'. Blllk- Rav, Ed.B. R. I. C. E. English, Mathemat- ics, Social Sci- ence. Adviser ol' jr. lligh Bank- ing, Class of lil-I2 0nevAct Play. ll'ur1i'i1'l:iIf' Douornv NlYIiRs, B.S. 'l'ul'ts College English. jr. Busi- ness Training, One - Act Plav. Assemblv Coin- mittee. I Adviser ol' Class ol' lfll-I ISSIIIICR E. Plavksox. .-LB. llpsula College, Harvard Summer School. R.l.C.E. Commercial Sub- jects, Sr. High School Banking BTKRIO I'r1R.v Ondricek School of Music, Boston University Music, Adviser of Dance Orchestra. Operetta, Band Aifrox H. Rum Bridgewater State College. Taunton Business College English. Mathemat- ics. Social Science ETIII-ll. NI. II. R1-zm, A.B. Brown University. R. I. C. E. English NIARSIIALI, Ronrrcrsos Ph.B., M.A. Brown University R I K' F Har ....,.,f' vard University llead ol' Social Sci- ence Department, Adviser of Tina Ri-zmmmzk CvRtL A. Rotsuysors Farmington Normal School, R. I. C. E. English, Social Sci- ence josiciut II. Roiu,ot-'i. B.S.. MS. Missouri Universi- ty, Carnegie Inst. ol' Tech., R. I. C. E ., Progressi v e Ed. lVorkshop. Sarah Lawrence College Ceneral Science, jr. High Basketball, Adviser of Class of I9-ll, Science Club jottx R. RVDERT, B.S. Springfield College. Brown Universi- ty, R. 1. cz. E., Boston University Physical Education, Coach of Foot- ball, Basketball. Track, Adviser of Boys' Leaders' Corps H.'KZl4Il. St:o'r'r, MA. R. I. State College, Teachers' College of Columbia Uni- versity Home Economics Crzokcr Sizxrnciim, B.S. R. I. State College, R. I. C. E. Science, Social Sci- ence, Assistant Football Coach, Adviser of Biol- ogy Club Rtrrn E. SHAILICR, A.I5. Pembroke English, Adviser of Warzuickile EDNA C. Su.-vNI.r1Y, Ed.B. Harvard, R. I. C. E.. Teachers' Col- lege, Columbia University English, Social Sci- ence, Adviser ot' Class of 1939 IIHt.tNo,v E. Sxow, A.B., A.M. Brown University. R. I. C. E., Bryn Mawr English, Latin, So- cial Science H. BIARII-I Sorssii Berkshire Sunnner School of Art, R. I. School of De' sign I-'ree Hand Draw- ing, Painting, Crafts Ermxok Wmmcrzicsli. A. B. YVhea ton College, Sorbon ne French BIARION Ermxoiz XVARREN, A.B. Pembroke College, Brown University Social Science, Ad- viser of -junior Debating Society IfR.fvsR B. Wirarr, A.B. Boston University. Harvard Sunnner School Social Science. Mathematics. Ad- viser of Class of 1943, Cheer Lead- ers. Chairman of Dancing School Committee RUTH J. Yottxo. A.B.. A.M. Colby Coll os- ton Un v sity, Univ sity Chiczwy Soci Science RE I The Reminder Staff Ixxixlufzlx In l,rl1'mIx'l'f1lil1m IZ. Xlllrxnx, 'III ,l.Sm11Il. iI!I XI.li1'mull.'I4I Xl. Ncxuw. 'IIII XI. I l1lXIx. .-il lwxixlnnlx' lu III lfrlilm X, Iliskm. 'III In Llllixlnlyll. 'fIII If. XIilc'l1im.'fIfI I. IS4'nm'II. 'IIII I.. I L'I1lx'IIs. 'III S. IXnmIA'Il. II ISXIAIIIIIII lu SrlrlfIxlmlI'frlfI1II' II I lillx 'III I I.I I ICR XRX IIO X I'II'NI nm: II Inu 1 Nxnlnr. .X. Ruux Xlurliw, S, IILL nl 1 N4-.11'x. Xl. Ilnu X Il mn. II. .Mlnnn I1 51'unnI nm: 5III 1 Ilifkcx. ll. XIIIII R4-cd. XII: Rumulwn IIolmm,lI.1 IIIKN II M uxllll. I. Xlmm lI1ilIIl'mx:N IIll4l IJ Ill mm, I',l.I1l1xlnpI1 I XI s-num. llc: -I. Ihumlmx I lmlwhm S. IIUIIIIVII IIVSIXICSS ISO XRD I'IINI ron: II. X u nor. .L III I Nlr. IQUIFUIINUII Ru .L .xI'IHII. XI SIIIIUIIIIII IX Nlilrnius Svrmlml IIIWI I In I ' IIIl:l1uI. II. SI III mllv. .X. IIUII R XIIIII XI K.uIIm'n, Ix Iixrm' x ' " low: ' x IX'muI1'II. XI I lx fI.lYIK'l'. Xl. II14 LX lnm'm'. II. Num xI.fI1lNIl'l'.'II xI,fI1INIl'I'. 'II S.IYumI1'II.'II Ii.lIm11ln'v. 'Il XI. Ilirkm. 'IIII III Nlituniuw. 'I .X. SlCH'lls. 'III R. IIXI'IlL'. 'III k. Swann. '-III II. Nc-anw, 'III Ilimllc. 'll I.. limlrzrvx Iimnrl X , - -.I JXIIYIII, ,-EI I'. Ifillmurv, 'IZ lS,IYumI,'II1I II,S1nI1m'.'IIEI Y. Xllcn. '-III X. XYUIIC, '12 II. I's'Icrwn. VII NI.C1uIIL'n. 'DSSI ACT I The Reverend Seniors -4 L N XX XXX 5 5? fm! Pg N Xix Y 'TV ,gig me wg of f,-.x 4, . e e fy, W I l RN ' X aj ! X , QTJQ . V x 'J ! H L f N .. 1 56 NR ek? 1 WWW mn We 'lm x ,m ia NC, Z llc! fp fl 1 17 L AF THE REMI D gr' 'liI'll XVK' RIIOIHC ISLAND HONOR SOClli'lY llixl frm. X. Xl.i1tln.lS. xlifttllllllll.lhbtllliillti.B. l'l'1l9L'l'. l. Ilenthorne, I., Xllllllll .Srzmul mir: li. Lootlrtlni, Ii. XYt'itl. S. Heekuilli, S. .Xniylon. li. .XIttrit'It. ll. Clotlgli. II. .Xnstin The Rhode Island Honor Society Io betonie at nieniber ol the Rhocle lslztntl Honor Society. zt student niust .nhiex e :in ziyerztge ranting oi' :tt leztst 851 during his years in senior high school 'l'hose seniors who have reztltlecl this goal are held tn high esteem by their class 1 tnzltes. XYe oller theni our congrzttnlzttions lor the way they hztye upheld tht high stliolztsttt sttititlztrcls ol .Xltlrtc'h. 'l'he ntetnbers ol' the class ot' 19559 who uttztinetl tneinbershili in the society re the guests ol honor :tt :tn ztsseinbly :incl tezt heltl on hlztreli Zl. After tht speech ol' welcotne with which Mr. Scott openetl the progrzini. the tnztin spezthet Nlr. Hztrohl XVilliznns. gave an interesting :intl signilicznit talk on sell'-reliniite 'lhis was Iollowetl by at piano solo by Miss Betty Ortiz. Mr. Hobbs presentet the honor stntlents with the pins which signilietl their nienibershili in the society .XII ' ' A ' ' ' ' ' er this interesting lJl'Ogl'2llIl the nienibers, their i2lllllllC5. zlntl the senior elztss were guests att si Iorinztl teal given by the I'ztc'ulty. ER Cl..-XSS OF 19219 Oflirzlrx mul I'fvr'r't1ti1ff' Cvuimitlfv' I-'irxt row: A. Rutldv. T. Newman, E, Aldrich, li, Austin, H. Worsfoltl Srrartrl rout: E. XYeiitl, S. Amylon, Miss Shanley, R. Tessier, R. Cole UfI11'f'r'.v I'n'.t'itIr'liI ...... , , . , . . .lixltt W1-1111 1'i1'f'-Prrxiflr'r11 .,.... . . .Stnxicv .'kXlYl.UN Xm'rf'I1lrv-'I're'11.w1rf'r. . . ..,. Iinwixx AIDRIIIII The Class of 1939 XVe entered .-Xldrifh lour years ago as its first freshman class determined to distinfuish ourselves in athletics. dramatifs, and scholastic standing. A By l'0Illl'llDllllllg members to the various lields ol' sports we have lullilled the Iirst ol' that promise. 'l'his year. by winning the competition plays with our "Mur- der at the DeSoto" and also with our senior play, "Charley's Aunt", we completed the second. And with our showing of honor students lor the Rhode Island Honor Society we have very stttitesslully concluded the entire prophecy. 'l'he "Prom" marked the high point of our junior year as the Ball did this term. Although we are sorry to leave our friends a toward making names for ourselves in the outside world. XVe shall try to make nd teachers, we do look forward .-Xldrich as proud ol' us in the luture as she has been in the past. Page lflwif u l'lll'Cl'j l.Ql'l't'lllll,Q lllll' l'Xl'l'jUIll'4 "Hollins" filllli' lo ns lwo jC2ll'S ugw lroin liusl fQl'L'cl1n'i4'li K, The Reminder Il,XRll.Xll.X .'Xl5.XNlS "Iinl:Iiy" 'lull unrl lull ol' lun. willi u lwinkli- in llcr lnlnc cies unml .Xaucli-nn. llnring llcr sluy ul .xllll'l1'llvNll1' llus mullv Illllllj lricnmls. Slim' lius :nuns liolme liics, lnll lim' l'2lX0l'lll' is skul- ing. Sinn-ss lo your Zlllllllr lions, "llollln"l llusl-lmull lflj 2 SlllC'l'l' 4flj 2 lluslwlliull 425, lj: Spa-ml llull 4lj: RI-XIIXITIR 43, lj: l'l1ov lliglilllllj Llnlm 4lj. ICIDWINX .Xl.lJRll1ll 'llwrl' is no nccrl lo inlrof ilnu- liiluinu, oin niosl popu- lul' girl. llvl' willingness lo lin-lp ollil-rs unll lion' scnsc ol lnnnol lllNllll' In-l' lnlurv suc- IVSN. Sl'lll'l1Il'X ol' llluss 43. 'lj-Z fun lfxliilmilioll 4"j' l7l'lllll1llN' Cllnlv 4l, 2, fl, lj, l.llll'1ll'l1lll lflj, Sl'1ll'l1ll'N 4lj: Good Will 42. fl. lj 3 CL. 0. 4lj3 l'lXt'l'llllXl' fiUllllllllll'l' 425. lj 3 Clonipl-lilion l'luxs 4flj: lluskcllrull 4l.2,flj1 Volllvilmull 42. Fiji llusclmull 42. Ili. SlllNl".N ll0lllCR'l' .XNIYLON "Sill" lull, liunllsoni' unll llicncl- lx lll: 's ","4l". clnulin' unrl rlrunl "" cliivl llll'lA 4-sls l' gl' l'li 1 - is -I 'I rm I x is x conlinnc is s1ifu'ss4's. llvlmuli g., 4l. 2, fl, lj. l'l'Csi- clcnl 4 'lu I'rn-sillcnl 4E9j: l,l'2llllLl 4-l. , 15. lj, Yiw- Prcsill ll 4flj I'l'csi4lcnl 4ljZ Cool 'i Nl, lj:KL.U. 4lj: Sc ux: K nnpclilion l'luys I 43, lj: illuss Yin'-li'csiilc'iil nj. lQl.,XllYS ll0RU'l'llY .XXDICRSUN "fil1l4l" lVli1'n ion licur u gigglmr in lliv 4'ol'li4lo1', lon know Gluills is lliclc. Slim' is llloncl, unll llus u wlx plcusing pcrsonul- ill. lllzulys is wry slnllions unll lun ln- ilcpcnclul upon In vwlmilc. Slim- inlcnlls lo cn' ll'l u lunsinvss srliool nvxl lull, liuskcllnull 4l. fl, lj: Busc- lfull 4l. 2. .L lj: SUKCTI' 4flj: Spa-L-illmull 4lj: Yollcxlrull 43, lj: Ruling Linh 4lj: l.L'u4lL-rs Corps 4lj3 lllIlP'1l'il'lfill' 4fl, lj: liu'4'lililc fllbllllllllllfi' 4flj. x. G' HOWARD HEATH ANDERSON "Hr1u'ir"' Here is one of the best- nulurcml 1 Vs ilml the class of 39 lliiSI L 'er. " owie" with lns sn und od humor 1011 class. XVe ll l' lli' hc i' llCl'l'SlCil in ui lio, N: on zlllvuxs :kc u llll' ,I ll illlllllllg ini :uw u lllml ci ling, How- xml. l,ClILlllllg 4'lj 3 lluskcllmull 42j: lllll0Ol' 'l'rui'k 4lj: fjlll- or ' ' " l XXI ll XXDRI lx uni nnx ni' . 4 ' .N 'cn ' own " iis Ins llflllt' iiilcrcsl in llllllll onl' siclc spoils. "kc'nny" pluns lo he .Xlllriilfs upopnlui' nic- c'l1unil"' :incl rclmnilml llllllllllll- lrilcs. I.ols ol' lmrolwn lloun 4.n's llbli XUII. UKUIIIIXU. lfoollmull 42. fl. lj: lloflxvi 4'j klOSlil'll l"li.XNCllS .XRXOLD njlnlv.. IIUWII us "Sln'c' lool .xllllllllu 6 'HIS ullcr ilu' l0lllllllUlXllS. "loc" is u husky. iolly ll-lloxv, who loxcs spoils lllllll insimlr unil onlsiclc ol sfllool. XY1' know lic will linml Sllllll' inlvr- vsling prolvssion. X llNIlX lfoollmull 42. flj 1 Alun- ioi' Y1ll'SllX llzlskcllmalll 4lj3 C Of' lwx 42jt lixcuilixc flllllllllll- XXIIX Xlkllll-Q .XRPIN '1X'i1u" "Xilu", our sncci singing SlllllL'lll. is ucll-knoun lxccullsc ol Iwi solos in onl' 1l5Sl'llll3lll'S ' opcrcllus. llci' llolmlmius urn' singing unil l'0llC'l'llllg plionogrupli l'Cl'Ul'llS. "Xilu" wonlcl like In lmccoinl' lowly xoiu- slim' nill l'l'l'l1lllllj H-s silu'cc'4l. Opcrcllu 42. fi. lj: Clllrisl- lll1l5 l'1lgl'lllll 43. ljg Rl-'XIINDIR llnsincss lllblllll 4 lj 1 Xlnsif ifos- iixul 4flj, CLASS NIAIIRICI-1 AUCLAIR Maurice is especially inter- ested in science and is a prom- inent member of the Science and Inyention Club. He plans to continue his study of science especially in the lield of metal- lurgy. Science is his business. Science and Inyention Club N 3 -lj DONALD AUSTIN "Donnie" "Donnie" is another of our well-bui thletes. He has participa in most of our impor n 130118, and excels in lootba , aseball, aml hockey. We ea hat he is quite a h nt' ttside of school. Su 'c ' you in the future. "I nie' ase tl fl, 2, 3, -ljg Basket- 9, Zj: Hockey fflj g Foot- I I j 3 Good IVIII Q2j Z G. O. C , ome Room Representa- tive Qlj: Vice-Presitlent Q2j: Christmas Play lslj. HAROLD HOVEY AUSTIN 'Nea Biscuit" t'Sea Biscuit", like the la- mous race-horse, is well known, has many friends, and has plenty ol energy. His deter- mination and line spirit will earn for him high regard and many true friends. Football l2, 3, 4j: Basket- ball Q3, lj, Indoor Track lil, -lj: Outdoor 'l'rack l2, fl, 'lj 3 Gym Club Q2j 3 Good Will 12. 3. -ljg G. O. fljg Class Iixecutive . BESSII5 LOUISE BAILEY '-lm" A pretty dark-haired, dark- eyed Nliss, rather quiet to out- ward appearances, but at times just brimming with lun. She is everybody's friend. She plans to attend R. I. State to take a course in social work. Basketball Clj: Volleyball llj: Dramatic Club K2, Aljl G. O. 42j: Hotncroom Execu- tiye l2j: Good IVill ffl. lj: Ill!llii'l'l1'klll' ffl, lj, Gym Iixhis bition lflj. OF i939 -lll""' tx he . Reminder X 3-,U':vA,uf-5 SITSAN BECKIVITH "Sue" Although "Sue" has been at Aldrich for only three years. J e has tnade a brilliant rec- ord. Among her classmates. "Ask Susan", has become a common decision. Her hobby is stamp collecting. and her layorite l'orm of exercise is tak- ing her pet samoyede lor a walk. She plans to attend Sim- mons College in Boston. ll'aru'ickilt' irljg Rt-ixnxm-1k qEditor-in4CI1iel'j Qljg Dra- matic Club Q-ljtl it .IOHN 4'ISB 'I' BIC 1'I"l' ' 1 "Bu s . : ome, fltl blond, e . ' ol' erson wh makes y s and 'e s tl m. u :it o . ml "I t is n ent tusia. ic oy tt to u s, t , an ey 's 1 ' 'tt ' I' f. ' w 'ed as ' It s r a I n Yaw- 'o ' a p t 1 orest I th l' 1 d Q .. Ir' 'tu C ub C ik , Q 'arwi kit ' . ijt ' 1 I , fl FR I . 1c m I VIRGINIA MAY BENSON "Ginny" Here is "Ginny", one ol our jolly, wood-naturetl seniors. Her eerful, sunny stnile has x' e tnany friends. "Gin- Jl' 1. to be a secretary and w 'e sure she will succeed c i et' she decides upon. J you have clear sailing thc td 'md good luck always. - I W W Basketball ll ' use ,z,s,Itj,1s.. A ,J . Cl, lj, II'1trzt'i1'kiI1' llji w Lc ders' Corps Qljg Volleyball 0, ll, 2. 3, -lj: .' '-llzll lljg Spcct mi Dramatic Club l-lj: Soccer 12. flj 1 Gyln Exhibition AR'I'Hl'R ICIIIVARD BISHOP "Bib" Everyone knoy "Bib", t e tall, dark, and I dso s - Xl dent. who is tops ie girls. ' He has a 1 et 'i ' personality and is p t 'rywl ere. Hc inte ' a tneclta ' when he i lu. s, and we I hope that , ' will be a big. 'ss. 4 I Iixhibit' j ack 2j 1 lntran urs 'rketball lx 2j: llran " llub flj: Competition I ay u l 6 if-. t Lf The Re e RK X L lill ISI AK li "t'lluo1'll " "Slouch" is thc sort ol' pct- sou lhzlt cvcryonc caan get :along with. llc ilocs cspcciaills wcll in the lim-lcl ol' sports. llc likcs to ski :incl play chcss. is inlcr' cstccl in curry brunch ol' pho- tography, :incl is zu laulcutctl calrtoonist. Ilis lulurc will Inc cithcr photogrupln or writing. Pliotogrnphy Clulr 62, fl, lj: Foothztll 42, flj 1 lixccutixc tloniniittvv tlj. LLOYD IIONYARIJ IKOTIINICR .lcxil linkliccti xcrx :tctuc tn raun: 's, :incl hats nlzlclc at n 0 lol 'I 'll' ns one ol' 1 r licst ' ' rs. llc wot l lilcc ll IL lll I N ul s not X lll l'.Illl'I'gl'IH'N Lorps 4.5, lj: litol l'l 1, School ol l sign, 'l "Q ic wc ll fllllll hc :tn 1-. 'rilncnlul or nn. Nlzly your aunlm' i I I r in-cl! glflllllilllt' CI in , L . lj 1 uc-1 i l'luy.' 1 ,- ' 3 .' ' ' XQUII1 lk-I: ' Clulm flj: ogy Cllulr fflj. l5I'1RN.Klll'2'l"I'lC Bill' HN "Howl" llcrnzulcllc hats llllsCll pant in runny ol' our school alclixitics. llcr l':u'orilc hohln is tcnnis. She plains to vnu-r Nlztssuclnt- sells Gcncrul llospititl zultcr gllltlllllllllll. Success in your K'2ll'K'l'l'l Ilclxzuing tl, 2. 3, lj: Dm- mattic Chill 12. fl. -lj: Photog- raphy 12, 3, lj: llatsclmll fl. ' i lj lltkcll ull rl ' 5 lj L.f, Iss'-ra ,L,f, 1 Socccr t.ljg Xollcy Hull rl. 5, lj: Senior Play: Klint lixhilmi- tion f2. fl, -lj: ll'urz1'i1'l:ilr' tl. Sl. -Ijg RPNIIINIDI-,R ttjg Ciompc- tition Plays f2j: Clliccrlcsulcr 12. -lj: I.c:ulcrs' Corps tlj. , t V , 1 -IXNIICS llRl'l'Cl.llfl"lC "li1nmj"' 'A-Illlllllt'N" nlztin outsitlv in- tcrcst is collecting. lnsiclc school. lf"llilS.Tf' rkctl hznril in lll'Cll2ll'illl0Il fury nl slauul Static Ciollcgc. whcl hc will tzlkc up zt I'1llll'8CTll'llI il4lIlllIllSlI'flll0ll,, No onc' thc lmusincss worlclxcixu-lgtil ff kc ".linuny", with h's inuous 4hvcrlulncssfuipljgooal mzttutc, 01' WlSh,llH1'l'll'l'l succc-ss! lultzuuu at 'lhlskctlmalll fl, fi. lj: llc-lmiui 35 llltfkaljg 'l'l'2ll'lL nj. J Kl'lNNl'i'l'll KNOXYl,'l'ONt , Jakcmtwvif K, vf w'VWI1l'A"' .- 7' A'Skippf" is tltatpveiy lull Jboy witl14thc,,.hftir that won't J y,vry't'iih1'lxc-cl. llc is intclligcnl :intl stuilious hut l12?,gj,aH-:t I gaaifful, uiicljmw tflif c lIllIlSCll' vfffl lzuoritc :lt school. ' r- ."clc ol school hc is ll phila- lclist cone ol' tliosc sl:uup-col- lccting crcatturcsj :intl 11 niovtc llzlskcllmll rflj. 'LXRYIN ISRXICR 1 ' llu1I"', I WL li .r th. Mol ' isrkl iitfc ll l Ifgl l I l'. 1' "ll l'l'l" ' c 1 ztxwittcls o cl'l ork li 'L ' - lion 1 1 t .in 1 ' . xf' 'th whi c. I has SH mic' tatlci . . ll,pl:tns t r Ill. kc sonic ln' ic olfilrzur- i l'l1tl rc. 3 t my cxcry- th iq. 'Mul"i'.g llll1"lllllll"lll ll: 'c ull tflj: CIllRlS'l'lNlC ROSE lil"l"l'lfRl"ll'fl,l3 "fIlu'ix" "Chris" is ll prolly clark- liztirccl girl lronl l.2ll4Ch'U0ll. With her good humor :incl lricntlly lll1lllllCl' :thc has Yo .' 1 'clric . lc il lcrcsts ins' mu s' c s ool ' 'r 'h t icc- uinu, V L win ' 5 lllllllljg I ' sununc Chris" will ann intovcsting :ntl iii tzuu A - :ul ' on to lllgqll ' .'s worltl. ll'arzt'ickiIr' WZ Socccr 12. fljl llatsclmll tl flj. l1li'l"l'Y .XNN KLXRSON A-1:1-1" licltv is small, struct, :incl cs- cccclingly ncztt. Sho is known lor her ulmilily to play thc ziztno. Although sho is one ol' asc "quieter nlcnihcrs ol' thc class", hcr bright SlllllC llllll hcr Wllllllg'IlCSS to lcncl :I hclping llilllll hzuc sccurctl llCl' llllllly lricncls. She hats not clcciilccl on hc-r plains :tltcr grauluauiou. ll'1u'zt'icliil1' clj. CLASS lJORO'I'HI..X ELLEN CHALI.GR1iN "IJnHif" "Dottie" has sandy hair and hlue eyes. With her pleasing personality, she has made a host of friends in Aldrich. Her pastime is fancy ice-skating: perhaps we have a Sonja Henie in our midst. She is undecided as to her future plans. What- ever they may he, we wish you success and happiness. 'tDot- tie". Operetta QQ. 3, -lp : Music Festival till. l.liO GEORGE CH.-KRROX Although quiet and serious minded. l.eo isa friendly, easy- going person. He is another of our Emergency Corps work- ers who have done a great deal for sehool order and Ufgllllllll' tion. .Ks hockey manager he did a great deal for our hockey squad. Success in the future, whatever you decide to do! limergency Corps ffl, lj: Hockev Manager lib. l"R.XNK HENRY CHRlS'I'0l'H HIfl'lI.Y.W'f I " lirank ts that lel nw with the colorful ties and is v shirts. He is very muc 'i 'esled in dratn:R.i,cs, nusi tl art and is talented 'i ach tirection. He plans attend th: .' iool I' De' al' -r gradua tit . tograp y Klluh ffl. 'lj 'z :J 1 L F I Band tl, 2, 3, r 2 Ian iestra tl, 2. 35: Senit Pla' CU: Christ- mas l'l: 1' : ' rzt"1' ill' tlj. Durant: 1 tfl. lj: . - ui ll B1 will U ty I lla 1 A' RICHARD IRYING C1OI.Ii "Coli1"' "Colie" is the tall sandys lmlond senior who can always he depended upon to help out with a correct answer in ling- lish. He is interested in pho- tography and skiing. He hasn't said much ahout his anilmitions or future desires. hut we ex- pect much from 'tllickie Dare". Pliotography tiluh t2. fl, lj: Executive Clotnmittee flj 2 Sen- ior l'lay tStagej: Intramural Basketball fl. Qj: Hi-Y Cluh tlj . OF I939 JCB-Hx: The l l Reminder ROY COLLINS Roy, our tall red-headed pal, is a quiet. serious person who is well-liked because ol' his so- eiahle disposition. Roy's lu- ture plans have not lieen as yet decided, hut ol' course he will he a success in whatever he decides to do. Intramural llasketliall tl, 25. l7ORO'l'HY .Xl.lillC CIONIC "DrlllfI"' "Dottie" is one ol' ottr quiet- er girls in school. hut outside. who knows? She has hrown eyes and curly hair and is real- lv one of the nicest persons 'ou cottld wish to know. "Dot- plans to initriculttt tt . l. C.. lf.. Because ol her s'holastic ability, we are sure ie will he a successful school n m. Senior llehating tll: Opet- Clllt Qlj. Nl.XRYl'1l.ll.XlSl'1'l'H KZOONIQY 'ASl1m'ly" 'tShorty" is one'of the small- est lIlClllllCl'S of the senior class: however, she accomplishes a great deal. Her lmrown eyes and curly hair are the envy ol' her classmates. She has ac- quired many friends during her four years here, and will proh- ahly continue to do so when she embarks on her career. llramatie Clluh tfljz .L A. Minstrel fflj: ll'rtrzt'icl:iIf' Qlj. MARION l.t CIOSTIQ 0 Sparkling eyes, a cheerful sntile and ditnfdw in xduee Nlario , who came it er iXcadeniyiSlie has I ined it creasing I Jularity du ig her stay at A 'ieh. Her rohlny junior from Sa Xavi hc nd is dancing, 1 s ' has 4 ' is ness for iany tnefs He 1 . ' ' ' ' " .re undeci it . lot the f IJr'nn'iticC'lu 'l lj ll'1 1 4 I -- 1 ll'- .nf1.i'f.- tts, ty, "r The Reminder .txxr I. . cic t ' sta t' .-X lc' 5 at ll "t ' ztlmlc' tz th 1 v-I c" tt, exist- tt t tltltl c'.t c'spec'iatlly i toclcey, :tl- t tgh h tx ' 'er tztlcett pztrt an-s. -pa to stttclx' tsel ettgittes ztltc-r grztclttzttgrtt-. llc-st ol' llll'ls :tttcl sttccc-ss. 5 uit? dtspos ' . 's ' t thc scl tl ht tc llc lttts NIll,l1Rlill lCI,ll,Xlllilill f1l'l.l.liN "Milli1"' l.:tt1glt :md the world latttghs with you. 'll t's "Nlillic"', with het' lztttgltttg eyes ztttcl cttrly, hztir. llc-r chic-l' clesirc- is to :tttettcl tlte School ol' llc'- sigtt, httt witlt at xoicc' :ts low- lx :ts hers, she c'ottlcl eatsilt littcl sttccess itt the lielcl ol tnttsic: llztppittess wltereter you go, "Xlillic"'! Upc'rc'ttzt 1fl. l51 ll'r1t'tc'ir'kiIc' 135: Pltotogrztpltt flltth 1251 Rt-,xttsm-,R 115: Nlttsic' lfc-stitatl 12551 Vollet llztll 125. t.t'c:t.t xt.-xkjcmtzttc tmtctrttts "lull" Nlc-et "l.ott". .'Xlcltich's chic'I sttpporter ol' the lc-atclittg roller slczttittg rittks. .Xlthottgh het sefret stttthitiott is to hc-c'otttc' zt rltattttpiott slazttet. she will cle- xote hc'r tittte to ltztirclrc-ssittg. 'l'ltc-re will sttrelx hc- sttc'c'c-ss itt thc' ltttttrc' lor :t girl hLc' l,ttc't:t. Pltotogrztplty Clltth 125: ll'rtt- zt'irkiIc' 1351 Operettzt 1l53 Rl!- xitstxrk 115: Nlttsic' lfc-stixztl 1555: Yollet llztll 1251 llztsc-hztll 125. .IOSI-ll'H lDlil.Ylil1K1llIU ".Ioc"' "loc"' is one ol' tltosc' creat tures rztlled goll' c-tttltttsiztsts, :tttcl spettcls tttttc'h ol his time with his lriettcl Nlc'l.eocl, tttztlc- ing at Illlllll' lor hitttsell' itt thc' goll' c'irc'les. llc- plzttts to stttclt cottttttereiztl work ill some night school. llc- is at hrilliztttt schol- ztr. :tttcl will tttatlcc- at ltttc- hust- nc-ss lllllll. I .X 'IARLIZS XV. DICMING "IJ1'll10II" ere is ztuothcr of ottt' l' iettclly goocl-nzttttrecl boys ho is especially interested itt toll. llc is ttumhcr two mam cn ottr school tectm :md hats xlatyecl for two years. 'l'r:tc'k is :mother of his sczhool inter- ests. Sttccess ztttcl good fortutte will mztlae up ul,CIll0ll'S'l l'tt- tttre. R.'Xl.l'H DIS.-XIX "Dc'11n'c'!" ,- "l5epret" t. at st :tll l Q ,gf chi-toys me on ' at clttifk, It '. He enjoys good time am ztlwztys sec-ms to ltztx'c-gone. ' ' . s :ire t xt - t ycyclcqf mot, httt we're . "+ve enjoy himself. whztteter . work. ltttrattttttrztl Bztsketlmztll 135 1 lttcloor 'l'r:tc'ls 1l5: Otttcloor QIOHN lillXY.XRll DOXNl'1l.I.Y "j1t1'k" ettterecl ottr school in year. He never . . Un. is to like hint. He cloestt pztrtiettlatrly for his school to patron- luttctiotts. john t' the priest- ccrtztinly wish Corps FRED DWYER "I'irc'cIclic"' 'Al"reclclie" is ct lmoy who is lcttowtt :tttcl likecl hy :ill his rlztsstttzttes hc'c'ztttse ol' his zill- rottttcl good-ttzttttreclttess. Be- siclc-s hzttittg consiclerathle gyttt, natstic' zthility, he hats clone well throwing the jztvelitt atttcl clis- c'tts. When l-'recl gets out ol' school he itttettcls to he at eitil ettgitteer :tttcl alll who know hittt strc- sure ol' his sttcress. Gun lishihition 1l. 2. fl. -l52 Indoor lr:tc'k 12, fl. -l5: Out- cloor 'l'r:tc'k 1l. 2, Il, -15: ltttrzt- tttttratl llztskethatll 12. fl, Al51 Pltotogratplty Ciltth 115. CLASS wttuuax I'l'll.l'Ql"ORIl nrsox "lJi1'1"' Watrren hatils lrotn Luke- wootl. the hatlen ol' atll lmlue- eyecl hloncls. Watrren planetl center on the loothatll lC1llll. His interests insicle amtl ottt- sicle ol' the school alre the satmei sports, girls. atncl marking lrientls. He is one ol' the hesl- natturetl hots ol' .Xlclrich. His annlntton in ltle IS to he athle to own his own c'tr lfoothatll t2. fl. lj 2 'liratck tl l'l.ORliNC1li MAY ICIJWXIQIJS "l"lo.l.s'i1"' Wheneler there is at lttll in llll' f0lINCl'N1lll0l1 XY1' fill! 1llYS'llfS count on "Iflossie" to retnettx il. Her quick wil atntl heatllhi complexion atre the enxy ol exeryone. Her plains lor the luture :ire XLIQIIU. Howexer. we agree, she will he atssuret success. Minstrel til. ly: ll'tll'Zl'l!lflfI' fl VIRGINIA .XlJlil,l'I ICRICIKSON "Clin" is one ol' ottr catrelree. . sociathle girls who his clone 1 greatt cleatl ol typing lor our lean' hook allltl other Oligllllllll- tions. Her hohlxies atre swim- ming atntl clatncing. .Xller graul- uattion "Gin" plains to atllentl some comptometer school als she is llllL'l'l'SlCLl in this work. Delxatting llluh tl. 2. fly: ll41lI'7l'll'lllf!' tl. 2, 35: Rl.- XIIXDI-R tlb: Balskethatll tl. 25: Bztsehatll tlb: llratmattic Cluh tl. 2. fly. .XXI-lzl.IX.X lallll ".lngi1"' Stfatr :intl spice atntl exery- u,5't' tk will J ,f 'Jr MTH Q Reminder - We, the students ol' Aldrich. man sincerely stztte t.tatt we miss "Red", .Xn illness hats kept him from school lor quite at few months. Intl ne consitler him very much at patrt ol' our clatss. His hrighl recl hatir :mtl his clelightlulll witle grin halve enathletl him to conquer the patlh lo, clistinction. XVe alll wish him at XCI1 sllecly re- coveryf Llatss I l!I.lEI. -IXXIICS lil Y XR 'llil ll of responsihili he will matke at go ol' :myth g he atttempts. ll'1tr'zt'ickfIr' fl. l: RICNIINIDIR Business Nlatnatger fly: Intran- tnurall liatskelhatll tlj. lEli'I"l'Y FRASICR Belly is one ol' the 'eter I llllClwYi' 1 ' l mer unatsstuning inaumers at l'rien.clh smile hane won ler nlamavlriencls during her s an ' , 'ich. -sts centeretl on atthletics ' nl lit- ting, Success amtl lllll xiness to tl' nice tlescrihes our ".Xn- XKIM c-r Ing-rry disposition A B.NkCm,llTa?f -, -U. VUHU I Q ll . h 2 XI Q. a. I . -. . , I 'ml It Q H hug nl llatll t2. .lla liatsehatl I2. 5 , enetl mann monlerts all lcildcl-Q. cows 12 - T .Xlclrich. She s at t liathle ' ' ' ' l' ' helper :mtl at cleler ' "r.' Wheneler 1 u watnt " 1 you will mtl- her curletl it J at chatir rea+c'Kug',a mol. which is her liatrorite hol a 5 Yolley Batll tlf, gifsehatll tlji llatskethatll tlj: ll'uru'iz'k- flr' till. OF I939 retatry tlj: Gym lixhihitl n t2j: Drannattic Club ffl. -lj: G. 0. t2j: Clalss Executive Committee t2l 1 l'romptress Senior Plan. Z, l5.XNlliI. GAI.l,.XCQl1ER "Ilan" "Darn" is vert much inter- eslecl in sports atncl shows ll'tlC school spirit. He wottltl like xery much to enter Notre Danne l'nilersilt, :incl he hats the markings ol' at true collegi- atte. XVe wish him atll the luck in the worlcl. amtl lots ol' suc- cess. Hotneroom liatskethatll 'l'eatm tl, 2. flj: Gym Exhihilion tll: Horneroom Representat- tile t2l. . H., im's" ' l ests 'i le ' o .'i ' l' scl ol :tr n ng 't s. han" lt' 1, all help- ng tllos e l. He hats llo e a 'l'Clll tl ' o wpllk lor hc lte ll' 'ttickilr' a lcl the .xtlsm-, His 'lul plains atre ic clelinite with his lik " le pl . ts atncl sense qiiip 'The Re inder C i-'D RAYNIONIJG.-XRl will ' " lfrly " Our boy' IllCl'll1llllf', yvays fixing his Nlodel-A lford. SONIC- lhing is forever going a little oll'-key, hilt "Ray" can always get it repaired so he can drive to school Zlllfl get here hy' one llllllllli' to lline. Slll'lfL'SS to you, "Ray"l Rll'l'Ill,ll,l.l,XNfil'1liR URlIflIfl,'H "Ruthie" is one of Olll' hllsi- ness SlllllClllS interested in litr- lllL'Iilllg lll'l' business education. ller holyhies are skating and flllllflllg. She has a great deal ol' fun in both. She will cer- tainly' he a helpllll addition to the business world. Success to you, "Ruthie"! SIHHIYI. l'.l.lXAl5l'1'l'll UOODRUNI "lfa'll1"' I'ull ol Yllll, vigor alld vital- ity is "Bette", one ol' Olll' IllUSl attractive cheer leaders. Slle has also sllown UlllSl1llllllllj.1 ability' ill lll'2llll2llltS. lvhat .Xl- dricll loses the business world will gain, in il l'UllllJClClll sec- retary. ljflllllillll' Club f2, fl, -lj, Good XVill fljg lllll!'1l'll'kffI' fljg State fiUIlllJL'llllUll Play fffjl Senior l'layg Cheer liead- er fljg Debating Club filj. IJUROTIIY I.0l7lSli UOIILH . "Dol" "Dot" is etlitol'-iii-cllief ol' the ll'lll'Zl'lI'kllI', yrllich slle lllllll2lgl'S very t'apahly, and is lllllS an lllllDUl'lillll person around the school. Slle also has literary l2llClll- 'f'- writes po- etry and essays, and does art work for the Rlcstlxlylflt. "Dot" has llllllDlll0llS ol' lJl'l'0llllllg an atltllor--probably ol' the new- est best-seller. Dramatic Club fl, 2, fljg Une-Act Plays fl, 353 lnter- class Basketball f2, fijg War- zltirflcilc ffl, -lj, fliditor-in- Chief ftlyg Rl-zlvilnlmlzk fltj. titty ,Jkt ff JOSEPH GREGSON aloe, Here is another of Olll' ath- etes whose IIIOSI predominant rest is football. His pro- hrscis has made itself quite by getting in the ll many football games. hobby is collecting pictllres fthe kind you bubble gnmj. "Joe" football even af- l. -ljg Base- I'raek fly. -XRD IIOHN KLRIIFFIN "ll7ll1'!Iffl"' "Wheatie" is inclined to he quiet ill school activities. lilll is one ol' Olll' lively' lllClllllCl'S. His good-naturedness llllll de- pendability' have won hint a host ol' friends at Aldriclt. He's talented in the lield ol' radio illlfl has built two ol' his own sets. "Wheatie" llasil't decided upon a career. hilt here's hop- ing he lllay choose a good one. l'.Yl'RlClA 1-iI.lZAllli'l'H CRIMES "Patti" XVC know "Patti" as one of the sweetest and cutest girls to be found in Aldrich. XVith her WClC0llllllg slnilc slle has won the hearts ol' us all. in her two short years N'llll us. 'tl'atti" is a little shy' and has not C0lllPClCll in many' of Ollli school activities. ll'arwir'lcite f3, -lj . HARRY GUYE'l"1'E "C11y"' Nlusic hath K'll2ll'lllS, especial- ly' Wllffll played by' "Guy"'. He has lJCCIl a talented alld llllCl'- ested nleinher of the orchestra, hand, and jazz orchestra for two years. "Guy", plans to at- tend the New England Con- servatory' of Music alter gradu- ating, to further his lllllSlC1ll education. Klan Orchestra ffl, -lj: Or- chestra ffl, -lj 1 Band f3, Llj , fbQUwJwRm'BQsQf if , CLASS OSCAR FRANCIS HALLENE Here is one of the boys who has done a great deal of stage work for many of our produc- tions. Oscars work has been arranging and changing scen- ery for our plays. He hnds this work something he would like to do in the ftlture, and we admit it sounds like an inter- esting career. Iitnergency Corps fljg Dra- matic Club t2. fl. -lj. 'l'HliI.Nl.X HICNTHORNE "Tl1r'l" Here is a petite, winsome girl from Lakewood. 'I'helma is one of our most competent dress-tnakers. and her clothes hear witness to it. Since she can type as well as sew, we know she will be an excellent lind for some big business tnan. llest wishes. 'l'heltna! lllIll'Zl'il'kffI' U53 Gym lixhi- bition Q35 3 Operetta Cb 1 Music Festival QED: Basketball fly . NIINNIIC HARNIPQR HIGKIEY "Girli1"' "Girlie"-isn't that a cute nickname? It seems to be just the right title for our friendly classmate. "Girlie" loves to play the organ and does quite a bit of sewing. She plans to enter the lrairdressing lield which she should find an in- teresting profession. ll'urn'i1'lfilf' tty: RICNIINDICR fly: Stamp-Glub 1253 Biology Club fflj. RXYNIUNIJ HARRY HOI,I.lNGXVOR'l'H H-lfff!'I'fIIlgU "Ray", is one of the lads who do not take part in many school activities, but he is any- thing but one of our quieter classmates. He excels in the 2ll'l of tnodern dancing, "Ray" is not a serious fellow: he has a happy-go-lucky manner all his own. He is undecided about his future. llrantattcs f2, 3, -l 3 Dwat- ing fly. l ft, QNJQ ew The Reminder -1-42" f ROGER FRANCIS HOPKINS Roger is the person to go to when Will want a correct an- swer. 'He is a very studious, ambitious person. and is always up on the latest best-seller. He is interested in photogra- phy and spends tnany hours ldltllllg. He has no definite future plans, but with his knowledge and ability, success is the natural reward. DENNIS liDlV,XRlJ HUGHES "IJ1'r1r1y" L,-Xlthough rather quiet, "Den- ny" hm been a very important and helpful nteinber of our class. He has helped to set- tle many important affairs for the class of ISJ39. "Denny" is an especially good track man, both indoors and Olll. Glass Executive Q2, 3 G. 0. tfljz Indoor l'rack tl, 2, 3, -lj C Outdoor Track fl, 2, fl, slji l'llIlClgCllCy' Gorps l'resitlenl Qlj 1 Football Q2j. RICH.-XRD THOMAS HUGHES I Rieh'ard is a quiet business- like person with all 'the quali- ties of an important business executive. He Hnds basketball very interesting and has played for our school for four years. Best of luck in the business world! Outdoor Track Q2j: .Iunior Varsity Basketball C2, 353 In- tratnural Basketball tl, 2, 3, 'rno , josevu kt:I.I.Y 'Ton yi' nd cz here at - ri , c:t to us during his se Jr year from Lockwood. X e are proud to have this fun- ning, happy-go-lucky Irish- man for a pal and fellow stu- dent. His hobby is collecting drinking glasses of all shapes and sizes. Such an unusual hobby shows his originality. 'o my' K." as we tl m Al 1 l.lliSlil.U'l Ili MAR l'IN "l,nll1"' ' I , :null nn., C-Limln onl Sl '. . X o 5 ms groan ' Hu' - i hp Sooro- " " " mos" ohiol' 4 lnlll wmls is l.1 . I I ' l.nllo is our xorx lrioncllx ""-5. 1-' e s ,, ..1 U.. lu. 1" is xorx Sllllll0llS :null rozuls ai , gin ll elm il Sh shi X is L ilnhlx in Cl chnl nl' lil.l"..XNOR l"R.XXiIlS KINNICKZONI "I'flli1"' Reminder o 1- ir,-' 1 l os ' km iro lm' lho lilllllll' :mal wo rw sho has lho :ihilily :incl znnlnlxnn lo lmocoino lnipnrlxlnl .xml nooossanw in lho lnlsinoss lnlrumlnrinq nuno ulhoi' lllllll w urhl. YIRCLINIX Xl.lR'l'lN "Gin" lllll' llllll' lllfillill' Nliss ll'0lll gill gqilql guycl iq lllig Iilllg' l.:il4ownml. "l'1llio". ,Xllliungh lugs, sho cluos nm l2llx1'lliIl'l in nmny ml an pl'Illllllll'lll IIll'llllll'l' nl srlluol :lolixilios sho is lIlll'1lNS 1111-S4-liiqprfjlgixs, l'l'2ltll illlll lxllllllg lu lll'llD tllll. Xliygiis 4'l1001'l'i1l glngl gilnglis Wo hzno nnl hoznxl wh'1l "lil hriglxl. , ,, - - 1 . . ' - . . ho plains lu mln in lho lulilro, ,A 5lI1'S1l oromlil lu ns in :nn hghl. hill wo 3ll'l' suro Illill lKll'lll'Xl'l' ""' , Sho's ai xolw good sllulonl :nul sho nnmlorlzilxos will ho an sum- Q , V K ig hmmgl 14, ml-41-L-gl ross. f Xml wo wish hol' halppinoss in- , . . 1 ,, Il m'z1'1r'lrllc' lll. A -,. flwl- ' n2lSlxL'lll1lll cl. 2. 35: liaiso- . 0 ' - ' i 4 'P IEXMLZS Lx H114-I-R f lull ll, -. .ll .ulullullhill l-. - U . H .553 lioaulors Lnrps ll. 3. -ll. ml, A S1'l'I'l'l1ll'X- l.l'l'1lSlll'K'l' ill 2 G, O. "Bill" is uno ol mn i"uIhoi' ll. 2, Il, lb: lhmiizilic' Cllull llll'4'llIIIlll'1ll - lllllllll'll sluclonls, ill: Gini lixhihiliun fill: who sponcls an grozil rloall nl his 501,11 Xvjll fly, linio wm'king nrmlnrl ziulnniu- lrilos. llo lwlnngs In lho L A l5,XRlS.XR.X Nl1'iI.Xl.l.l'Nl l'illll'l'gl'lNl Sqnzul, Ill-lil has ..HUhIm,'- cluno an groan rlozil lm' lho - 1- . , . , . Q ,Q . b I Q 4 ' L 5 lho quiol. rlianhnng poison- scliuul. llis llllllll' plans .no ,. , . . ' . -V Q- , . f zililx ul llns swool, hlonml lass in lho llohl ul .lglllllllllll'. Suu- , A 4- K 1 Q H -, 4 M Q , , - - has onlloallocl hol ln lho slu- loss is .lNNllll'1l lu .in .inllnlions K I . ,. . ,NWN mu, Hlml.. w K! clonls ol .XlmhiL'h. Hoi' lllllll'C I ' 'L lios in lho liolml ul' liziiralross- R"'l"N""k ll: 'llj llhlwl' K ' ing. whoro sho will ho ai suf- hfill Nl.lil.lgol 4.43, IZIIHIQKIIKN -kgaf ww' fm. hcl. --nm1.1.-U-lmipmu. Ulllh lj- ll' ol-pl:1oo" roillnro hams long lroon lho Cllll ul' hor olzlss- nxiusxiu iisixiuw "'l"N' ' ' H ' A' lllllllllllll Chili ill: Sonim' ll"l',"" Plan flUlllllllllt'1'. Nlool f"l'mlrl1io". 4:1 lllll ll2lpPjygll'llll'lxN gqgj, wfhnso M Q V V l lznngl 'I V 'un ilinni l'l5ll'A5 xll3l'lNNl5 sniilo uno cflnlmlislioilfaoi' :is 'illlllllllsl 2' l'CwW"'l'J"'luA'lc0" din? lim" is 2lllUllll'l' nl' mn 'lllhlls " " ' ' muno hops. hailing' lrnm l'1ll- . A -.4 A lc ull lm lun shi ll.lN won llliml' ,-hillfllilhlf illlklplllg :nil sinh: nh lx u nl ifng All, b I x llulnlmios' nulnx inlolosls. Il'm'n'iflcilf' fly: lllillllllllil Chili W l ll RINHNIIR ily 01 K'l'l' . ' 4 r Xll'R .Xllh in W 'S ly llil. Nl.XNi1lll".S'l l-1R ough sho hzns nut pzirliii 2 ,' 2' lios. Nliniol is 'woll thong ln hor C'lllNNlIl1lll'N, zinil has nisulo :nanny ll'Il'lHl5, Ono hor lmhlmios is dinning. .ul whimh sho is quilo auiomnp- lishoil. Nluriof 1 ' ' ' ls plans lux Illo L - rl :ls Nol lwoon llllllll' h nr. nz llooliloil. hill wo ziro suro sho CYL will lx in ziulnisllinn lo lXll'll -r prnlossinn sho aulupls. K , llvfll'7l'lI'llllI' llj, :loo Uairrlons. llospilo lhzll J High do N0lllL'llllllg worth whilo. Ho is an linppy-gn-luolq lypo ol' porson. und during his loin' yours ill .xlllllfll ho has nlaulo mann lruo lrionmls. XYl1:1l- oxor oziroor inn rlmoso, "jim- x . llll hofl wishos will lol- K . CLASS Svitl Ulassea? Well,jl1at's Ed GEORGE MCLEOD "Mac" Mel.eod is one ol' those quiet boys, that are known by' al- most everyone. He altnost sleeps on the golf course dur- ing the summer. He claims to play goll' "uneonst'iously"'. "Mate" is also yery much inter- ested in basketball, yrhieh he played lor three years. May' success and good luck be the names ol' yottr guardian angels. liasketball 12. fl, ly: Golf ffl. lg Captain ly. l"l,0RliNlIli Ml'1l,KONl.XN "l"l0S.Yf1"' "lflossie" is one ol' the most popular girls in the Senior elass, Her llashing broyyn eyes and charming' smile have yylon her many lrientls. She intends lo become "Somebody's Stenogn. We wish yott all the luck in the world, "l"lossie". fjlJUl'Cllll tl. 2. fl. ly: Gym lixhibition tl. 2. Ei, lyg Lead' ers' Corps fly: Basketball tl. 2, 3. lyg Music' lfestiyal qyfly: Dramatic' Club lly: Competi- tion l'lty lly Hlil.liX Mll.l.lzR Introducing Helen Miller, a sweet little Miss lrom Nor- wood! Helen enjoys her studies. bttt also lends her little bit when tliere's any lun to be had. Helen's plans lor the future have lltll been decided upon. but we are sure she will lind sueeess awaiting her. ll'11l'u'ir'kiIt' tl. 2. ly: Dra- matu' Club fly. ICIIWARIJ Ml'l'liNll'S - "Mil" , 'f lflash! We'ye lound' We man. llayjift you seeiyasltort. red- ed hea ' . hz xpy'-go-lucflfy' lelloyy l P .. M' edit-ls. or "Mig lor' short ai our gilt .Llii:.ttetvspape1 Jyvorltl. His 'fQLjthe ln- ture lie in alle nuarspaper eol- umn. so. 3S'1tlleS Xl'lnehell, be, l XX ware. ' Hi-Y fly: Debating' tl, 2 fi. ly: ll lll'Zl'l!'lfIll' tl. 2. gl, ly: Sport Editor ily: llramatit Llnb ily 1 Senior I'lay. UF I939 The . Reminder M.Xlllil.YN lil.l..X MORGAN "Muff" Madelyn is a tall blond who comes lrom l,ineoln Park. Whereyer there is ltnt you are sure to lind Madelyn eager to add her little bit. She is quite a sport enthusiast, both in school and Olll. Some time in the future she hopes to betome a secretary. Basketball 62. fl. ly: Volley- ball lily: Riding Club Qly: Baseball 12, Ely: Dramatic Club wy Nl.XRG.'KRliil' MARY MORRIS "il11ll'gI'U She isn't yery tall: she isn't rery short. She has dark hair and sparkling bltte eyes. "Marg" is a lriend to every- one: her silty' chatter and bright smile are welcome ey'- eryyvhere. She is assured sue- eess in yrltatey er she ttntlertakes in the lutnre. llest ol' luck to "Marge", our Ubusiness wo- man". Competition l'lay l3yg llra- matic Club 43. ly: Il'r1rzt'ir'lc- ill' tly: Rt-.ytlxm-.R fly, Senior Editor: Glee Cllub 43, -ty: Mn- sir lfestiyal lily 1 Operetta tty: Cafeteria Squad fly . MOl'l,'l'R0l' My. c:H.yRt.t:s I.r:s'rt-LR ' i'I,l'Xlf'l'n Lester is our handsome. best- dressed senior. He has been a yery aetire member ol' our class and has been yery popular around school. Lester has also done baekstage work wliirlt he lintls especially interesting. Sue- eess to one who is deserying. Good NVill 42, fly, y'iee-l'.esI- dent lily: G. O. K2. fly: Class President 12, fly: Outdoor lraek 12, fly: Stage Manager tl?- MXRY l'1l.lZ,Xl5li'lH Ml'Rl'HY Here is Mary, the girl with l ' blue eyes and attraetiye. ay'y hair. yyho comes lront Pawtuset. Her athletic ability takes her our best girl ath- ete, and with her good sports- manship ue lsnoyt' slie'll be "tops" ytherey'er she goes. Her desire is to be a physital edu- cation teaelter. Operetta 12. Fly: Music Fes- tiyttl Hy' C'ym lfxhibition ll I 1 t.: ,. V 2. 3. ly: lnterelass Soccer QL. 3, ly: Baseball tl, 2, fl, -ly: Yolley Ball ll, 2, 3. sly: Bas- ketball tl. 2. 3. 'ly 1 Girls' Lead- ersllorps 43. ly Yiee-Presitlent. The Reminder XIIl.lbRl",IJ Rl"l'H N.XYl.0R "Millir" 'Wlillie' 0 sz 1' hrowu ' WI' wu ey '. She is , reiulx to greet ou with il elieery "hello" ' tl an lrientlly stui '. 5 t' ' erestltl iII spo 5 s egixilly s e'l 'lm L IaIskt'llIaIll II:IIIs lo il e Brut' ressiug Srhool i' 'I slI Ql'llKllI1lll'SI we know she will lincl il Zlll interesting lll'Ul.l'SSl0ll. RIWIINIIIR fly: ll'llI'7I'l1klll' fly: lllll'lIllllIl'iIl liziskethzill ill: lntizinuirail Speed lizill ill. NIILDRIHID Rl'l'.X NICARY ",llilIir"' xllllll' is ll2lI'l-Q-ll2lIl'l'1l Illltl sliin Jllltl luis :I very sweet Nllllll'. ller lrieiitlly tlisposi- tion Zllltl sint'el'e wziys llllkl' niaule her populzir exerx where. tlr:IIII:IliIs.l fllitl you see the senior Iililfw She plains Io he :I SlCll0gl'2llJllK'l' iIl'll'l' grauluai- tion. Rl-KIINIIIR ffl. -lj: llliizwirh- in II: il ' l lliunttit fluh ' ' , L, ll 'A 1 't 1 ' CZ, fl, lj: Senior l'laIy: lIIter- E rlziss B1lSlil'llDiIll 12. Ill: Yolley ,bi l'I:Ill fl, jj: SUl't't'l' Qi, ily, 'l HUNIAS A. NICWNLXN " Tom" l'lll0llln is Ulll' ol' the hest- nzituretl hots in ikltliieh. He lIzIs :I stnile :Intl :I l'lll'l'I'N "Hello" lor everyone. AI'- lhough full of niisehiel, Hllltllllu hats his serious nionients. Ilzine- iug Jllltl goll' :Ire two ol' his liohhiesl he llllS llliltllf hinisell' Izunous in holh. Drzuiuitie Clluh fljg Iiiner- gentiy Corps ffl, -lj 1 lllll'1lllllll'2ll IK'Isketh'Ill fl 0 'lj' Coll' K" Vi 'F' I gy' ip. vi , . 'V+' 3,1203 A. kliiistlrel qljg l'l'llllNC C0lllllIlllL'C CA'l'l!liRlNli AI.lCli NORTON "Kil1'lIir"' Here's our own little cheer- vcK.r .' . . ., .'..l g, t lx I llt ntx t nu til-5 X I gf! ,M . B fl Ii -:xx 'H AI.lE1iR'l' X, 'ARKER I l "limi" I-rr is "Ken", quiet, yet lwaiys willing to give help x len help i. ueetletl. Huis in- it Nsts iusitl :Int outside of Hhool 1ll'C .lllllk riaition, .llltl Clltillilfmltlll .'ell'. Al- though his pl is or the fu- ture 2Il'l' i Iflelu ' e. vveryotie who know. n" is certain a - 'i ' IIIe oIIt on to 1. lH'1l" 'I ' 1 'L 'L as ethalll . .ICIHNHXRID DENNIS l'li.-XISODY "SlIorl.r" Il luring "SlIorty", six- 'xc 'oi ': one ol' the most like- aih Zllltl jovial students we k w. He is ulwatys full of lt I :intl loves to hzue :I good ' le. XVith his lizippygo- llilik' disposition, he will proh- llllyl continue lllllklllg lrientls hrough wluitexer life work he I eeitles upon. 'l'r:Iek Ql. 35. lil.l!,.XlSlC'l'll .XNNIC l'liI.KliY "Iif'Hy" "Bettx"' is at xery frientlli person,Aseeining to know lllltl speak to exerioue. .-Xlthougli "Betts" tlitl not eonie to Al- tlriehl until her junior yezttt. slIe luis estzihlishetl herself lirtuly in our elziss. She plains to go iII training soon llllll we know she will Ill2lliC llll excel- lent nurse. lllillllllllli tlluh 43, -lj: Il'1Ir- zvirkitf' Q-lj: Rl-'XIIINUIR Q-lj. Clonipiliug litlilor. k.X'l'llRYN l'liliN.XVli.-Xl! "Kay" Large hrowu eyes Illlll :I sunny smile go together to nizike up "K:1y's" very nitrate- tire personality. Besides being it sports enthusiast, "Kay" is :III 1lCCOIllllllSllCil actress, dau- eer. zuul tleh: Her plans l ' the lutu' air still unset- - hut Sv- no' she will 1 len :I 4 'orn r she enters. Deh t ' Club ffl, -ljg Dru- uaiti lub ffl, -lj: One-uct 'L 2 5 lI'arzviz'kitc f-lj: eer .ezuler Qlj 5 junior Play Clotnniittee. A lt.Il with the tl.nk h.u1 .ntl luugliiu I' hrowu 'yt-s. " 'it 'l ' Illily he stnull, lllll she eaiu get L ple A' ol l'llt"l'lllg lrt the erowtl ill our gzunes. She ll1lSII'l. 'wi tlecitletl on :I ezireer. hut we know slIe will liutl llrieiuls wherever she goes. Drzuuzuic Club fl, 2, 8, Aljg l'hotogr:Iphy Cluh QQ . FRANCIS CYRIL PERREAULT "Shorty" "Shorty" is an active member of the stamp club and the pho- tography club, and is very much interested in both. He plans to go to sea as soon as possible and we know the navy could use a good man. "May you sail on the sea of Alnbition, and land on the is- land of Success." Photography Club Q2, 35: Stamp Club Q3l5g Intramural Basketball fl, 2, 355 Emerg- ency Corps 1-l5. HERBERT MICHAEL PLAN KA "Herb" Here is one of our brilliant students who is up on every important incident, and reads every magazine on the market. "Herb" collects stamps and finds this hobby both interest- ing and educational. His ex- acting personality will be an asset to his ambition which is to be a mechanical draftsman. Stamp Club C355 Gym Club Q35. JESSIE PROVAN "jess" Pep, vim. vigor and "jess" all go together. An endless supply of energy keeps her on her toes and ready for any- thing. She has specialized in cheer-leading and dramatics. XVhen she leaves Aldrich some lucky employer will gain a good secretary. Dramatic Club Q3, 15 1 Senior Competition Play C353 Cheer Leader Q-155 Il'arzt'ickite Q-453 Senior Play. NIA BEL EIHELYN ROUN "Aloe" Look whgn we have here! Why it is our own :Mae", whose laufghter is always brightening ottr corridors. "Mae" lyts a great many pals and is never see alone. Her favoriteihobby is roller-skat- ing. "Mae" has no definite plan for the future, but we know that her? aim will be high. ' Warzvickite 3 Senior Play Prom tressg Ri-Zrulsnria, Busi- ness oard Q-15, Secretaryg A. .-X. Minstrel QS, -15. afyxy ff , GF I939 is Th C Reminder I Vim- i L Q I 11 ' X -IUHN ERNEST ROYVELL , ' "Sonny" f'Sdnny" is anotlier of our good-natured blonds. He likes all the school s morts, especially football: and fflevotes much of his outside time to bowling and pool. "S0nny's" ambition is to follow in his I'ather's foot- steps and be a linesman for the electric company. Football Q2, 3, 153 Gym hibition fl, 25': Leaders' Corps f2, 15 1 Senior Play: Intramural Basketball CZ, 35 3 Home Room Basketball ql5g Dramatic Club Q-l53 Competition Play Q-151 State Competition Play QI5. Ann i' t at tall at active . nior f n Conimi. t. Al- ugh s e is outs nding in . ics, iisdoesn lessen her al 't to be life of the par '. Ann's ans for the lutu have no as yet been decid tl upon but we know she will be a credit to whatever profession she adopts. Good XVill U52 Executive Committee U51 Ri-ixnxnl-ia f-15, Literary Editorg Music Festival 3 Riding Club Q15 . 7 RUDDY HELEN ELIZABETH SANFORD Here is our popular red- haired Bliss who always adds a dash of pep, originality and lnnnor to any gathering. Helen's ability in debating and her skill at the piano have been her outstanding distinc- tions during her stay at Al- drich. Next year Helen plans to enter R. I. C. where she will study to become a teacher. Dramatic Club 1153 War- zvirkitc Q3, 45: Debating Club C2, 453 Senior Play Com- mittee. HELEN Nff,RY SELMANIE Sali' I Helenus ry in school. is gay and care i e outside. She has a pleas g pkzraqhality, and is alwal 'early uralaugh. Her chem, ilnessy d ladylike qual- ities will pgpve useful to her 'ntlhe business world. Helen ' l always Abe liked and ad- ircd by all. Soccer U53 Basketball fl, 25: Baseball f25. Reminder f' X 'lvl 1 ' IXX lick l llonx lglt ll fll il Q N FR .' IIS Sl! . .' f ark" 1 " " - 1 "Q -1 ul' sl' vc wo 'mi' mn' smlnml plziys ' 's 1 1 ii - igv lnznnal I' ' yn-in. llc is ails! .ln zu' , ll2INll4 nikon 5 lnzn ol cn plays. Vh know . sonic ncli ul Ill liczulvl li "flank" ' llu- :nnlnl ' 'nllinsins' li 4-rsmni 'I ncvc . Slllgl' . 1lll1lgl'l' f2, fl, , lf nc-Igor s Lmps f,l,f lyg ll " ll " Plan flyg Kinnipcli- lin fl . ll'NlC l'lR.XNl1lS SXll'l ll ".Smillx"' Usllllllyn, lllcjsl1ul'I1'sl lnw in llic Scniin' clzlss. is u-rlziililx no N'2lllllUMQI'. llis iarlfixilics pirnu' liinr lo lac wvri popnlan' will: vu' ylbllllf, llc fs' liiirlx llllsf flu' 'vlxns lllll wlmllw scjnilaslir. "5inilly's" illllljlflllll is ,lqclxcy lllc gviiclzyl 'flllIll2lf,.QCl' nl' smnc- lnrgc unlwin. Suurss In lln' lilllr' person wit-lv'.llu' big :nn lrilions. Gun Iixllilriliun fl. fl. ly: .X. .X. Nlinslivl ffl, lyg l'lm- iugrznpln Kllnlw filyg RINIINIIIR fly: ll'rnzi'irkilf' Stull fly: lfonllmzill xl2llllllLQl'l fly: llxnsc' lmll Nlilllllgfl' fly. Xl.lIIl'Q l,ll,l,l.XN SXII I ll "SniiIIx"' "Wliu's llic lilllc lmloinlc'?" llli'X :gil zislx. ll's nom- nllivi' lllaln"'SrT1illx".wlmlials lo louk np In l'Xl'l'XUlll'. NYlw-iwwi sun lwzn ll gigglc, you know slw' is znfnnifl srnm'w'lw'i'c. "Sunny" plains in lu- Il nursv. Zlllll wc know llllll ln-1' swf-ul lilllm- zliinplvs will km-p llw- lnispilnl full ol lnallf' IlllllK'lllN. lim-sl ul' luck, uslllllllu. l'llUlUl.Ql'1lIDllX lllnlr f2yg Dial- I . ' - i - llhllli Llnlx f-, .lf ly. lyURO'l'llY ll'1.XNlil"lli S'l'.XllliR "IMI" llvrm- is uni' lun-lming "llnl". During lim' loin' yvzns Wllll ns HI,0lHlI1lN guincel mann llic-mls. llvr plnns lin' llic- l.llllIl'l' lnnv not lwcn flcrialcwl, lnll wc know slic will NllC'4'K'i'll. Ri NIINIHR fly: Hans:-lmzill f2y: Sinn-r f2y: lfllNlil'lll1lll f2y. sw'i-ilixm' A-min-" "livin" is uni' lilllc lxnigli. Slic is ulwaiys A iiillilciwc pcoplcm w llCl'Cy gUl'S. EI.lZ.XBE'l'H ANN I lnlkn. lixc girl who uni lllWlllS uns aiking vxcryuiu in an lllL'lllllf. liaippy inuml uncl can cisilx llllllsl' lll'lL'llllS. uliclly' sun who will Ullllllllli' In Ullllllsl' lricncls xlnil cr slw RXYXIUNIT 'lUSlil'll l l',SSl lm R " 'l'1'.xx" 'ss , 1 1 ' ' llv lizls un me-ii. puml-nu ul' .Xlcll'i1'li. " l'css's" :nn cwry 1 scnsc ol' llic wm'rl. vxrclling in lmnlmll. lDllSK'll2lll.1lllll lI"llil'i lurcfl N l . . X sm mlilc- tllSll0Slllllll. Xklllfll inzikcs liiin uni- ul' llil' lauurilcs liilion is lo lmuonw I plxxsn ll l'LlllL'll- . lllbll lcziflxcip 4 i lcnlus Ccnps C lplnn f' l 5 ly lun lxlnlnlion f' l ly llnloni' 'l'l:ic'lx ff. fl, ly 1 Svnim' l'l ll lh nn ilu Clnll fly 1 lallmclcml llci' unc ul' lllc llllllblls lnixc not lmuvn rcx will ln- I'C1lllll'll. 1 mul Hill fly: Scnifn' lCxcc'u- llXCfly1f..O. fly. X .Xl'lDRliY IQLYNOR 'ILORRY snlzlll pzwkzigcs lllis is l'Cl'l1llllly lrnc ol' Xlulrcx llci' winning walls :infl l7lCllSlllg lPl'l'30lllllll, llziu' lkumv ilcs ul' .Xlmlricli. .xlllll'Cf 's :nn- czllcfl, lmnl knowing' .Xlnlu-5, wc llll' snru llllyllllllg slic llmlcrlzikcs llclmling lllnly fl, Zyl Op- ul . f c'l'cll:l fl, zyg ll'lll'Il'lI'lflfl' fly 3 A fig Xlnsic lfcslixail filyg Ufllllllllll , filnln fl. 2. fl. lyg Onc-.Xcl -""' My Plan fl. Qy: Scnior l'l:ly Coin' " ,K niillcc' flyg Girls' Ulu' Clnly ' fl. 2. fly. I NIXRY l'R.XX'lS firm" A , lllnnfl xlnfl pclilc' clL'sn'rilmcs 4' RJR Xlanw. llvi' grznwl scnsc ol 12' 'V llllllll l.lilCllllS ill .Xlnli'icl1. ll' pcoplp X f xlllff. Slim- plains lu lu- limlfs slcnog. annl wc conlal slic l':iil with llCl' sonillify? 1 nccrl L'llCCl'llll.f up. llluy go lu SUIIIU- lsllmx slic will snu'cL'll: - -lm' lmw win- ' " Sllllll' :znil IJll'2lSlIlU' pci' llillllilllt' I-lllll fly: lnlvr- :iss llzislscllmll f2. fly' Ri-- CLASS lfuullmzill fIly. flllllllllll fly: . ' xezus iu .Xltlrit ' 4 r m R.XLl'H GEORGE TURNER . . "Rosle " O Here 1 t hor ' uu Yorwot l'll!g his r A 'lllj Irieutls. s plztus for thc 'gtur' ure uukuowt hut we :ire s ' ll - t he at succes: ' te r ie tloes. lutrzttuurztl llatslsetlmztll 1l. 2. fl, Ij. YICRON ICA VASCOXCIC .LOS "Ronnie" How would to 'e to tueet at tttll, slim ' c petty hm- ucttc vil spztrkliug hrowu eye? I' .t is our "Rouuie"' ull o llillllj ztutl pep it 2llWlI. with mzuiy lr' mls. ' ouuie" spet - tuo' al' her tilue outsitle I :ol ce-skzttiug :tml occztsio I rezttliug the clztssics. 'lil Jositiou its the perlect secret.ry is "Rouuie's" :tim when she grzuluzttes. NORMAN S'l'.XXI,EY NV.-Xl,S'l'lf.XlD A'iX'1l!'llIn "Norm", our tztll. hlue-e 'tl. W hloutl :tthlete who plays hztse- hatll, loothztll :mtl hockey, is Irieutlly. seusihle uutl pztrtici- ptttes iu :ill sports. He uu- tlouhteclly excels iu hzisehztll. lor we halve :ill seeu him pitch his wary out ol' tight spots wheu the tezuu ueetletl him IIIUSI. Success is atssuretl. A. A. 1lj: l"iOOlll1lll 12. lj: Hockey 12. lj: Bzisehztll 11. lj: ca. o. 125. c.t.,tm's CliR'l'Rl7lJE XV.-XRNOCK "CDIurl" Bright tlatrk eyes. at chzu'm- ing smile. ztutl at quiet cure- free tlispositiou just zthout tle- scrihes Clttths. who uexer is without oue ol' her muuy lriemls. Her :imhitiou is to he tt private secretary, :tml witll her knowledge ol' com- mercial work we kuow her :tim will he reatliletl. lI'arzt'ir'kitf' 1Ij' Drauuzttic 41 OF I939 e ' der, I'l l-.NIIL XVICIIZ A'limil" 're is at person who ueetls iutrocluttiou. llis pleztsiupf personality. true clttss spirit. :tml genuine :thility :ts at letuler halve mzule him the catpzihle presitleut ol' our Seuior Clxtss. We wish xou luck, I-Imil, atml tuzty you go Inu' ou the pztth ol' Success. Bztutl 1l. 2. Il. lj 3 Clttss Vice- I'resitleut 1flj: Clatss l'resitleut Clulm 12. fl, lj: l1ehztttugC.ltth 'chestrat 1l, 2, flj: ' : Senior l'lztx: Coml Y' fno h' ale . SC Oi this 11.3, tj., ,'1' 1, -al. l lffal IVHl'l'li tu is'Ioue ol' the hors .ts petl to make our ml 1 'r :tml more sys- ' 'U' ' ' ti ll'lslsl'l 6?lp4!.vf1f'c1th.1tiil.t ou. . - mail is his lltxorite sport :tutl he is :ui iuterestecl patrticipztter. .Xust iu's luture plztus :uc lltll yet lormulzttetl. If u iergeucy Corps 1flj: Iu- ttztmurztl Bztsketlmll 1l. lj. DORIS I"R.XNCl'1S XYILKS "Dol" "lDot". our little hloutlc. is lull ol wit :mtl pepl she hats .1 loviztl tlispositiou. Her iu- teres ts iu school :ue girls' sports :tml tuukiug her fellow- clttsstuzttes lllllgll. "Dot's" plztus lor the luture ure :ts wt tu- tleliuite: hut we kuow she will liutl lrieutls zuttl luu wherexet she goes. llfllllllllll' Cluh 1I, 2, fl. lj: llehz wick ttiug Cluh 13. lj: ll'1n- ile' 13. lj: l'ltotogt'atphy Cltth 12j: Soccer 1l. 2. fl, lj: I Rusk ethztll 1L. fl. lj: Yollex llztll 12, fl. lj: llztsehttll 12. fl. Ij: fuls I L ttlus C otps 1Ij Cheer Lezttler S'I'.XNI.liY IJANIICI, WILKINSON "Sinn" "St:tu". :tu :ill-rouutl gootl SPOI' t. czuue to ,Xltlrich lrotu Lockwootl iu his junior xeair lusitle school his sltttlies keep hitu husx: outsitle. his lttxoritc pztstitue is roller-skzttiuu llc is kuowu lor his speetl iu rextch- ing the t'ail'eteriat :tt the ring- iug ol' the lttuch hell. :mtl lol the girls that tug :tlter him iu the corritlors. rivickilt' 1lj. ty ,QAM unrl luu lou Illl lrlu The Reminder I-ICURIQIC l"R.XNCIlS XYll.l,l.XNlS lLvou'gu'. our uunruulllell senior ux ulux ns luluuu A 'ul ': , fool. auuull mol- . ' 1 'W 'uusilu lcclell llc lull s lull L lunge luuulls SllIlllll'lUll1'lllllLQ s l-ll K.luulm work ueu' N uuulc-u'c-sliuug. uullluouuglu llll'V ol'- luupy zu grezul llezul ol' luis liuuulx Nluy' wuulcess :unll gooll luuulx uu ulk luzuuull iuu luzuuull wiulu youu. l eorge. lrll llluulm uljg Illlllfli Qlj' xkeulmzull llj. ROlSl'1R'l' Wll,l.l.XNlS "lllu11"' .X lllllllij'-l,:U'llIlliY lmoj lux llll :urwifk Dow ' 1 , , ,. , ' , . uool ' -- - 'A rg' 1 'Q ur nle lo nuuuke luuuuu :un :uppreuuf luu ul lluouxuu X Sluuupc llu ur yezuus :ul .Xluluil 1 well ouuu' lluiuug: lluaul "Moe" uuull suurelx' lue suurcessluul :us zu 'X uuuuporlauuul luuuwuuuc-Ns uuuzun. W.Xl,'l'l'1R lVlI,l.Ollfilll5Y " ll'r1Il" lleu'e's zuuuollueu' ol' ouuu' rzullueu' lull su-uuuors wluo us especuzullx ' ' :iz zuueer. "lY:ull" lulcuulul us uulu uloes zu grezul lleuul ol' llllllfl u Lung "1 I' '3 . :girls uuuul uc ullx cuuuous ul lluc lull lo uluuuu. uuuulu luuu C 2 i' ' ll, loo. Ile has uuol yel llecumleul wluzuu luu'eeu' lue will follow. lI,X'l'lll-lRlNl'1 uuui'u'lu'uNA WlNC1lIlil.l. "ln-fly" llerl' is "Helly", willl luer uncle luzuir :unul luuunouus snuile lluix lull uullucu scuiouux .' u . 'z " f youuuug luuly is well-kuuowuu iuu girls sports :uuuul uleluuuliuug. Ouulsi ol srluool slue is :uuu euulluuusizus gurl srouul. Slue plzuns lo 1' P3 ul-ue ouur In-xl uxuxluvs uill lol low luer. llruuuuuuulil llluulu ffl, lj: llzus- I I lxellxuull ll, flji Vollcy lluull lLj IM-luzuluuug' K.luulm 4.5, -ljg Rui u u u zluy C luull 3 'row Clluulx Qfljg Gxnu Nou-,ui Cfljg l'luolog 'zu ' 1 Pj Bull g lxluiluiliouu ll fljg ll'!lI'Zl'fI'A'IIl! qu, -uj. LOUISE MINNA XVITTUM 'l'luis lllllCl-Cj'Cll, euurly-luzuired Miss is IIOIIL' ollueu' lluuuuu Louise, our l'uun-loving senior. Slue luuus won unauny lrieuuuls llll'0llgll luer snuile zunul lueu' willingness lo luelp. Louise goes cuuunping eu-rx suuunnuer :null is inlereslecl iuu lull Ullllllblll' sports. Slue lu:usuu'l uuusucle :uuuy lleliuuile plzuuus lou' llue l'uuluuu'e. Oper-cum ul, 2. lj: Dramuaulic illuulm Qlj: Senior Pluuy COIII- uuuillee llj: ll'1urzu'ir'kiIz' Q-lj: luuurzuuuuuurzul Speellluzull Qlj: Baus- kelluzull l2jg Clll'lSllll1lS Plzuy llj 3 I.ezulleu's' Corps Qlj 5 Girls' 1-lee Lluub fl, 2, -lj. Nl. R-IORIE' IiI.lZ.XBl'1'l'lI XYOOD "lic'lly" . l rouluueing "Belly", zu jolly lu'u uelle willu au plezus'uug per- Sl zulily. "Belly ",, l' of our niou' Ltlueerlezull is ' ld lso zu nueunluel' ol' qlu hzu Al- ll u llu w mln u ' 'now luer 1 . ' ' ' ' re, we do k ' Lluuul he will win :1 line uve in the urlul. lluuuucl QB, -lj, Clieerleuucler uljg Delmzul ng Qlj: -IZIIZ Ou'- llueslruu Qlj: ll'ruruu'ir'kilf' Q-ljg Rnxuuxumuak Buusiness lloxurcl Q-ljg Ciunu lixluilriliouu Qlj. lll'1l.lCN lil.ll.Xllli'lll'l XVORSl"0l.l3 Heuur lluzul giggle? 'l'll1ll'S llelen. Slue luzus been :uclive iuu clruunuaulics :und zulso is zu sports lover. Allluouuglu sluc does not 5 R suv nuuuclu zulmouu lueu' work uuu llue l'llllll'C, slue plzuns l0 have au piloL's license. Helen pos- - sesses :ull llue lIll2lllllQS of zu lkuilluluul luieuucl :und :u loyal .Xlclu'iel1ile. lixecuulive Clonuuuuillec ffl, -lj 3 U. 0. lil, -lj: 1lli1llllllllC Club ll. 2, -lj 3 luulercluuss llzuskclbaull 12, 3, lj: Vollry Baull lil, fljg Bzuselmzull Q3, Hlj 3 I.eLulers' Corps fljl II'arzvir'kitc Q-lj . X CLASS Who's Who- 1939 Ideal Aldrichite .....,4 Most Popular Girl .... Most Popular Boy ,4,.. Best Girl Student ,.., Best Boy Student .... Noisiest Girl ...... Noisiest Boy ..... Best Actress ....... Best Actor ,t..t..... Most Musical Girl .... Most Musical Boy .... Best Girl Dancer .t.. Best Boy Dancer .,,.... Glass Optimist ,.,.....,, Most Dependable Girl ,.., Most Dependable Boy .,.t Class Jester ..t..,..,... Most Best Boy Athlete 4... Best Girl Athlete ..., Best Natured Girl t.... Best Natured Boy ...., Best Looking Girl ...,, Best Looking Boy tl.., Most Sophisticated ..... Sweetest Girl ....,. Most Ladylike ....,.. Most Gentlemanly .... Most Quiet Girl ...,. Most Quiet Boy ,.l,. Cutest Girl ...,,... Cutest Boy .......... Best Dressed Girl t,,,.. Best Dressed Boy .,,t.., Most Likely to Succeed .... Who's Who -- 1949 Barbara Adams-Interior Decorator for Sloan's Studio. Edwina Aldrich--First Lady of State. Sidney Amylon-Newly-elected Governor. Gladys Anderson-Secretary to our Governor. Howard Anderson--President of American Airlines. Kenneth Andrews-Chief Mechanic at the "Bishop Garage". joseph Arnold-Famous Coach of the Red Sox. Anita Arpin-Prima Donna at the Metropolitan. Maurice Auclair-Expert Metallurgist. Original .,...,,. . . . . , .Edwina Aldrich . . . .Edwina Aldrich . .Raymond Tessier . . . .Susan Beckwith . . . .Sidney Amylon .Bernadette Boutin . , , .Joseph Gregson . . . .Helen VVorsfold . . ,Sidney Amylon .. . . . . .Anita Arpin .........Harry Guyette Florence Melkonian . .Thomas Newman . . .Margaret Morris . . .Margaret Morris . . . . .Harold Austin .,.....June Smith .Edward Mitenius . .Norman Walstead . . . . .Mary Murphy ......Mabel Roun . . . . .Joseph Arnold . . .Gladys Warnock . . .Lester Moultrop ......,Ann Ruddy . . . , .Barbara McCallum .Barbara McCallum . . . . .Harold Austin . . . . . .Bessie Bailey . . ,james McGinnis . . . .Patricia Grimes . . , ,Edward Griflin . . . . . ,Jessie Provan , . ,Lester Moultrop . . . .Sidney Amylon Donald Austin-Familiarly known as "Bring Em' Back Alive" Austin, now hunt- ing wild game in Africa. Page T1UF7IfQ' S'P'Ul'7I Page Tw M1 ly E REMIN Harold Austin-Representing U. S. in the forthcoming Olympics. Bessie Bailey-Head of Social Service Department in R. I. Susan Beckwith-Proprietress of the Snowball Kennels, who has raised champions of many breeds. -john Bennett-Head of Forestry Department for Rhode Island. Virginia Benson-Superintendent of the Benson Secretarial Academy. Arthur Bishop-Owner of "Bishop Auto Garage". Roger Blake-Newly-appointed head of Candid Camera Corporation. Lloyd Bothner-Has ust designed a building for the La Fleur Motor Plant. Bernadette Boutin-lnstructress of Psychology at Moultrop Training Hospital. Christina Butterfield-Telephone Operator at the Hughes Hotel. -james Britclilfe-Owner of Britclilfe Institute for Pecuniary Assistance. Kenneth Brown-Director at the Sloan Motion Picture Studio. Marvin Bryer-Creator of "Dizzy Sc Daffy Aldrich", Popular Comic Strip in Wur- wick Ifmfiffzu. Betty Carson QMaiden Namej -Mother of the famous infant prodigy, "Master Dick", whose performances on the violin have astonished the world. Dorothea Challgren fMaiden Namej -President of Aldrich P. T. A. Leo Charron-Manager of the Wfarwick Whoppers QHockey Teamj . Frank Christoph-Designer of the New State House. Richard Cole-Nlfho recently broke all records at the international s Switzerland. Roy Collins-Cross-Country Bus Driver. Dorothy Cone-Instructress of Mathematics at Aldrich High School. Mary Cooney fMaiden Namej -Secretary-Treasurer of Aldrich P. T. A. Marion Costello-Dancing Teacher at Aldrich's Thursday Night Classes. Anatole Cousineau-Deisel Engineer for American Airlines. Mildred Cullen-Designer of Book Jackets for the Hopkins Publishing House. Lucia Delphin-Recently won the title of Champion Rollerskater of Rhode Island. -joseph Del Vecchio-Head of Sales Department for the La Fleur Auto Plant. Charles Deming-Owner of Deming Radio Studio. Ralph Di Saia-Comedian at the Deming Studio. .Iohn Donnelly-Head ol' missionary work in China. Warren Dyson-Automobile Salesman for the La Fleur Motor Plant. Fred Dwyer-Cartoonist for VVr1rwi1'k Review. Florence Edwards-Commedienne at the Sloan Studio. Virginia Erickson-Comptroller for the Britcliffe Loan Co. Angelina Fazzi QMaiden Namey -Compiler of VVorld-renowned volume of "Pet Recipes". 'james Field-Business Manager of the Hopkins Publishing House. Betty Fraser QMaiden Namej -Head Horticulturist for "Fleur Florist Shop". Ray Gardiner-Owner of "Speed King", winner of sailboat race. Daniel Gallagher-President of Alumni at Notre Dame. Ruth Ceer-Secretary to james Field at Hopkins Publishing House. Betty Goodrum-Actress in the Sloan Studio. Dorothy Gough-Author of "Cone VVith the Breeze," which has just gone into its twelfth edition. joseph Gregson-Plastic Surgeon, specializing in broken noses. Patricia Grimes-Editor of the women's magazine, "YVe lN'omen". Harry Guyette-Conductor of the "Tooting Trumpeters Orchestra". Oscar Hallene-Stage Manager at Sloan Studio. Thelma Henthorne-Secretary to Business Manager of Smith's Five and Ten Cent Store. Minnie Hickey-Co-owner ol' the Dot-Min. Beauty Parlor. Ray Hollingworth-Soda .Ierker at Smith's Store. Roger Hopkins-Owner ol' Hopkins Publishing House. Dennis Hughes, Richard Hughes-Co-owners of Hughes Hotel. Thomas Kelly-Proprietor ol Glass Antique Shop. ki meet in -eight DER Eleanor Kinneccmm-Professional Model for the "Wie NVOIIICIIH Magazine. .james La Fleur--Owner of the La Fleur Motor Plant. Barbara Lindgren-Singing Star on Deming Radio Studio. Muriel Manchester-Proprietress of "Tea for Two" Tea Shop. Lieselotte Martin-Secretary to Business Manager of Deming Studio. Virginia Martin-In charge of personnel at Smiths Store. Barbara McCallum-I'Vife of the Editor of the W'rirwick Review. James McGinnis-Owner of McGinnis Funeral Home. George McLeod-Professional Golfer. Florence Melkonian-Training ballet dancers for the latest production at Sloan's studio. Helen Miller-Fashion designer for We Women magazine. Edward Mitenius-Sports writing for the Wzirwick Review. Madelyn Morgan-Mannequin in "Fashion Review" put on by Sloan Studio. Margaret Morris-Author of popular book on "Child Psychology." Mary Murphy-Teacher of physical education at Aldrich High School. Lester Moultrop-Millionaire-originator of Moultrop fund to hospitals. Mildred Naylor-Owner of "Silver Salon Beauty Shop." Mildred Neary-Manicurist in Silver Salon. Thomas Newman-Most popular candidate for District Attorney. Catherine Norton-Owner of The Fleur Florist Shop. Kenneth Parker-Pilot for American Air Lines. Edward Peabody-Illustrator for the popular XVoman's magazine We Women. Betty Pelkey-Superintendent of nurses at Moultrop Training Hospital. Kay Pervaneau-Hostess at Hughes Hotel. Francis Perrault-Admiral in U. Navy. Herbert Planka-Popular Radio Commentator on Current Events. -Iessie Provan-Dramatic actress for Sloan's Studio. Mabel Roun-Author of "Aunt Mabel's Advice to the Love Lornn in Warwick Review. John Rowell-President of Narragansett Electric Company. Ann Ruddy-Leader of Newport Elite. Helen Sanford-Teaching Social Studies at Aldrich High School. .lack Sloan-Owner of Sloan's Movie Studio. June Smith-Head of Smith's Five and Ten Cent store. Lillian Smith-Supervisor in Naval Hospital. Dorothy Staber-Co-proprietor of Dot-Min Beauty Parlor. Elizabeth Sweeney-Lecturer on "Silence is Golden." Ray Tessier-Manager and star of X'Villiams 8a XfVilliams Circus Q3-ringj . Audrey Torrey-Counsellor ol Finance and Budgeting for Old Stone Bank. Mary Travis-Buyer for largest department store in Rhode Island. Ralph Turner-Raises mice and rats for scientihc experiments. Veronica Vasconcellos-Switchboard operator in Moultrop Training Hospital. Norman VValstead-Singing star opposite Deanna Durbin in Metropolitan. Gladys Warnock-Glamorous Leading Lady of Sloan's Studio. Emil Y'Veitz-Editor of Warwick Review newspaper. Austin Mfhite-Head of Safety Commission of Rhode Island. Doris Wilks-Agent for "Ideal Real Estate Agency." Stanley Wilkinson-Owner of "Ideal Real Estate Agency." Robert Mfilliams-Co-owner of XV. Sc YV. Circus. George Mfilliams-Co-owner of WV. 8a VV. Circus IValter Wfilloughby-Superintendent of Providence Refining Company. Betty NVinchell-Head of Girl Scouts of R. I. Louise Wlittum-Head Cook in Hughes Hotel. Marjorie YVood-Director of "Betty's Better Band." Helen IVorsfold-Aviatrix for American Airlines. Page Tzuenty-mm I TH Page Thirty Senior Class Will Helen Worsfold, leave my title of best actress to Sydney Dutemple who I know will do it justice. Mary Murphy, bequeath my much-appreciated title of best girl athlete to Hilda Eberle. Robert Williams, hereby leave my drawing ability to jack Oates. Kenneth Parker, leave my "H" in Art to a promising artist, Shirley Salter. Roger Hopkins, do hereby bequeath my ability to get good marks without working for them to Walter Gilmore, who needs them. Helen Selmanie, leave my dimples to Barbara Tucker. Audrey Torrey, leave my petiteness to Doris Neary. Mildred Neary, leave my part in the Senior play to Kay Swann, if she doesn't get stage fright. Muriel Manchester, hereby leave my quietness to any coming senior who feels that she dc' serves it. Ruth Geer, leave my happy memories of the D period P. A. D. class to any smart junior girl. Ralph DiSaia, leave my inability to keep up with the A. B. C. to any junior who can keep it up. Harold Austin, leave my luck in track, to Howie Lord. Lucia Delphin, leave my ability to roller-dance to Vivian Daniels. Veronica Vasconcellos, leave some of my height to Doris Neary. Angelina Fazzi, do hereby bequeath my ability to run through the corridors without getting detention to Loretta Palumbo. june Smith, leave my title of class jester, along with a five-dollar bill, to Herve Cauchon. Anita Arpin, leave my ability to warble, to any one who can warble. Patricia Grimes, leave my title of cutest girl to Elizabeth Martin. Margaret Morris, leave my optimistic, dependable attitude to Ray McCormick. Bernadette Boutin, leave my title of noisiest girl to Helen Laurell who has a good start. Raymond Hollingworth, hereby leave my ability to jitterbug to Dot Stromberg. Doris WVilks, leave my blonde hair to anyone who deserves it. James McGinnis, leave my title of most quiet boy to James England. Florence Melkonian, leave my much-appreciated title of best girl dancer to Dot Gailey. Charles Deming, leave my golf clubs to my brother who hasn't any. Anatole Cousineau, leave my ability to keep out of trouble to john Lyons. Richard Hughes, leave my ability to wash dishes in the cafeteria to George Massrey. Barbara McCallun1, hereby leave my titles, sweetest girl and most ladylike, to Elizabeth Martin. George McLeod, hereby leave to George Deming my ability to get good lies in the rough. Susan Beckwith, leave my sunny seat by the window in Chemistry to Alice Hickey, hoping that she will concentrate better than I have. Mildred Naylor, leave my gym sneaks to anybody who wishes to buy a new pair of laces for them. john Donnelly, leave my ability to do homework to Don Shaw. Elizabeth Sweeney, hereby leave my extreme height to any coming senior who will do justice to it. Minnie Hickey, leave my ability to take gym to my sister, Alice. Florence Edwards, leave my ability to get into trouble to anyone who has been an angel all his life. Mary Travis, leave my ability to read shorthand fast to anyone who is in as much of a hurry as I. Fred Dwyer, leave my gymnastic ability to anyone who can keep from breaking his neck. Edwina Aldrich, leave my much-appreciated title of most popular girl to Ursula Mahoney. Dorothy Challgren, do hereby bequeath my ability to roller skate to Irene Couture. Norman Walstead, leave to George Leacy, my title of best athlete. jesse Provan, leave my title of best-dressed girl to jaquelin Donahay. Helen Miller, hereby leave my appendix to the Biology classes. Helen Sanford, leave my red hair and turned-up nose to anyone who wants them. Gladys Warnock, hereby bequeath my title of best-looking girl to anyone who will appreciate it as much as I do Frank Christopher, leave my ability to wear bright-colored clothes to Victor Iflland. Roger Blake, leave my knowledge of photography to the future members of the photography club. Ralph Turner, leave my "H" in Commercial Law to any junior who will be deserving of it next year. Richard Cole, leave my ability to get to school early to YVilliam Thayer. james Britclilfe, leave my ability to ask questions in Chemistry to Richard Tashian. john Bennett, leave my ability to high jump to Gordon Simmons. Christine Butterfield, leave my natural wavy hair to everyone who must have permanents. Emil Weitz, do hereby leave my ability to lind time to take in all the activities to any junior who can find enough time. Lester Moultrop, leave my title of best-looking boy to Herbert Anderson. john Rowell, leave my ability to get to school at one minute to nine to anyone who can time himself. Tom Newman, leave my ability to dance, if that is what you call it, to any one who can mooch around and look sane. E REMINDE I I I 1 1 1 I I I I, 1 1 1 l I, I 1 1 I I l, I1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I1 I, I I I I I I I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 T, I, I I I 1 1 1 We, We, day Marvin Bryer, leave my "I" in Shop to anyone who wants it. Mabel Roun, leave my good nature to any one who'll be surprised to receive it. Virginia Martin, leave my position as postmistress for Miss Place to any one who wishes to be my successor. Harry Guyette, leave what little music ability I have to Horace Magnon. Virginia Erickson, leave my ability to stay out of school and work to my successor, Dot Gailey. Betty Fraser, leave my meekness to any audacious junior. Lieselotte Martin, leave my place on the Honor Society to anyone who does not waste time in stud . Dorothy? Cone, leave my well-worn gym socks to any junior who cares to mend them. Raymond Tessier, leave my title of most popular boy to Herbert Anderson. Virginia Benson, leave my -letter in athletics to any junior girl working for one. Marion Costello, hereby bequeath my much-envied dimples to Mary Ellen Gallagher. Betty Carson, hereby leave my ability to sew to Doris Maymon. Bessie Bailey, hereby bequeath my undeserved title of quietest girl to Irene Moore. Howard Anderson, cheerfully leave whatever I have to whoever wants it. Gladys Anderson, do bequeath my position as cashier for three periods to anyone who hasn't enough money to buy lunch. Thelma Henthorne, leave my small stature to anyone who wants it more than I do. Thomas Kelly, leave my shoes, size 13, to Charles Fraites. Betty Winchell, do leave my silly giggles to any who might be as silly as I. Edward Mitenius, do hereby and forthwith bequeath "my all" to our deah ol' Alma Mammy. QI get along without it very well.j joseph Arnold, leave my ability to play Santa Claus to Hyman WVien. Madelyn Morgan, will my blonde hair to Lucy Giordano, if she can afford the peroxide and the energy. Ken Andrews, leave my Ford roadster to any junior who desires to travel. Betty Pelkey, leave my five votes for the best-natured girl to any junior who can steal live who's who ballots. Joe Gregson, leave my broken nose to john Burns. Maurice Auclair, do hereby leave my place in the Science Club to Victor Iilland. Barbara Lindgren, hereby leave my voice to any one who wants to keep on cultivating it. , leave my sparkling blue eyes to Eleanor Murphy. , hereby leave my natural wavy hair to anybody who wants it. leave the presidency of the Emergency Corps to any ambitious junior. gladly leave Chemistry to next year's seniors. leave my "Charley,s Aunt" part to whoever wants it. Barbara Adams Louise WVittum Dennis Hughes, Dorothy Gough, Sidney Amylon, George Williams, leave to anyone it may concern the job of trying to pick easy classes. Betty Wood, leave my ability to cook to any girl who wants to win a 1uan's heart through his stomach. Leo Charron, leave all my cafeteria work to joseph Mulvey. james LaFleur, leave my ability to pick names for clubs to any junior who wants sleepless ni hts. Agn Ruddy, do hereby bequeath my title of most-sophisticated girl to Sydney Dutemple. Mary Cooney, leave my nickname of "Shorty" to Doris Neary. Roy Collins, leave to a certain redhead the best of luck. Herbert Planka, do hereby bequeath my quietness to anyone who is foolish enough to acce t it. Edwiird Griflin, leave my ability to get to school at one minute to nine to anyone who can make better time. Dorothy Staber, leave my ability to get "H" in Biology to any Senior who didn't take it in her sophomore year. Edward Peabody, leave my 6 feet 4 inches to "Iggy" Murphy. Francis Perreault, leave my ability to chew gum and get by to Edwin johnson. james Field, leave my position as Business Manager of THE RETNIINDER to any junior who is not afraid of hard work. YVe, Lillian Smith and Catherine Norton, leave our ability to flirt to Helen Aylwood and Marion Reed. Lester Moultrop, Oscar Hallene, and jack Sloan leave our ability as stage managers to anyone who wishes to take our place. Arthur E. Bishop and Thomas J. Kelly leave our mortgage on room 103 fdetentionj to Pete Remington and Bob Thompson. In witness whereof, this Last Will and Testament is hereby signed this, the Twenty-Seventh of March, in the year of our Lord, Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Nine. SUSAN Backwrrn MARGARET Moklus NIILDRED NAYLOR BETTY PELKEY Page Thirty om THE RE MIND UI, XSS OV lfltlll IHf11r'1x niltl I'fxt'tllIi1't' f.'t111l111llIt'1' ll1tl1t1.1': l . Xlathtmt-1. Xlisxkit-l1ist111.l1. li1':111QIt11'1l. ll. lht-1 S1'tr1lltlrt1.1'I l-',.tL11lit-.XL lliztxt-1',C., Nlatxsrt-x, Ili1'L.I,.l,1-1111.ll.,X111lt'1st111 Ujflrrrx nl Ilia' Ifltlm uf IV-III l'11-titlt-111 ,,,,, , . ..... ..... ........ .,,. l I 1 111111111 ,Xxirikmx I'n1"I'14-xitlt-111. .. ..lL1-ok1.1f l.14xtx St-r rt-lu: 1 -'lirt-fixtnrf ., .l'IlNI'l,K Nl KIIOXIVN The Class of 1940 st'lJlL'lllllL'l', Iilflfml lht- tmp:-iting ol' 21 lJl'1lIlil 11t-w high xt-litrtml, z111tl wt- wt-1't 111 tzikt- 11:11-t 111 lllillilllg it lillllWll z111tl it-apt-t'tt-tl tltmttglttmttt tht- xtz1tt-. 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Rrvnolds flffifwiw of llir' fflluv of 10,11 l"rf'.ti1lr'i1I ....... . ... .. . ..,....... NlARY IIONFS l'i1'r-l'rr'tirl1'n1 ..,.,. .,.. I Zi,.xv'i'ox l,Axipttt-im-1 Nzfrrrwlrv-'l'1'z'rui1i'r'r. . . ....., Giioktai-1 lipnvki The Class of 1941 lX'e are proud to have been the first class in Aldrich, with the cooperation ol' the l'. 'I'. A., to have launched a new l'und from which worthy club organiza- tions may obtain money lor educational trips and lor other worthwhile activities. 'l'his lund is called the Extra-Curricular Activities Fund. 'l'he money we raised from a very successlul Military lllhist was donated and enabled several members ol' our school's Science and lnvention Club to make a very successful trip to the New York Science Fair. where they won much distinction lor our city and school. ln addition to the above worthwhile undertaking we have distinguished our' selves in scholastic ability. dramatics and athletics-three members ol' the lirst varsity team are members ol' our class. l"ng1' 'l'l1irIy-llrrrv ll!! 'QUW Au. 'sumucf' me -..itz-'IA W 1 'boiilfaougk J nKT+c.hTe'kNQ ' 4 'N.e'.f M. A., 2 tvymovvis E! Q 'K'iTf:hie" noch SK fo f' ew G5 so Q- x .b 'C xg' K0 '13 ,,,,' Y- Lt Q .lah R,Rrp1m V fl , 4 . gg, Birrasev H.SawQ0v3 'Pals OW QYQYV, 5, 1!v HQ eh- mmg A.b. 'R ,Y 8 D? 'Te 7 'm"N-:X 5 'if Q 6 X , 7' C' Q A n Q Z ., .MV gg if li K fi A bx -K E "',,Q9 ' . gs a'P6fH'Y' Gif 1 'B o of set B . Lynx Tran 1- 'BlNInchsXX V ACPI II Z 2 f f, wk ' , ! QNX WN! ff ,XI X ,fff y 60.6 '42 ff' N . 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Ulu Xlxvlx mf1flw,w I' I1mlXm'uI1m R. 1-umHlllx' The Class of 1942 Since entering our school in September of 1936, we have grown from inex- perienced seventh graders to well-experienced ninth graders. Our class has suc- ceeded in entering many of the activities throughout the year. YVe have been represented in the Executive Committee, the Cheerleading Squad, various or- ganizations, and the junior One-Act Plays. Although we had not succeeded in winning the junior One-Act Plays as seventh and eighth graders, we did receive the honor of being judged the winner of the junior Plays this year, with "Three's a Crowd." X'Ve are hoping to keep this honor with the Class of 1942 through the remaining years at Aldrich. The class is anxiously waiting the coming years to continue our activities under the line supervision of our class adviser, Miss Murray. USU The Class of 1943 Here we are-through our second year at Aldrich. Soon we'll be "freshies" Qnot technically speaking, we hopej , and then on into senior high. Time marches on! It seems onl esterda that we entered this buildin for the first time when Y Y Y 8 we were ust uncertain seventh- raders. However, we soon recovered from that ,I g first fri ht, for, if ou'll remember, we won the unior Hi h Com etition ala s S Y S P l Y last year with "A Stitch in Time." Now we look toward the coming year with great expectations as one in which to prove our loyalty to Aldrich. USU The Class of 1944 Soon after the class of 1944 entered Aldrich, they showed a great interest in the school activities. They were anxious to elect their executive committee and gather together their members who came from various parts of X'Varwick and Providence. It was found that there were many talented members in the class, and early in the year they were playing in the junior Orchestra, contributing to assemblies and plays, and working hard to be allowed to take part in the Gym Exhibition. They took part in the Competition plays and were pleased to have one of their actors receive honorable mention. They were proud to have a mem- ber of their class sing a solo on the radio program representing the school. They have enjoyed their first year at Aldrich and expect to enjoy the school years to come. Pa ge Thirty-seven THE REMINDER Here We Are By way of proving that, although smallest in size, age, and number, the seventh grade is an important part of Aldrich, we write the following: On February 17, when Aldrich High School broadcast over the School Hobbies Program, Clayton Dewey, a seventh grade boy, sang two solos, "America the Beautiful" and "Carry Me Back to Old Virginnyf' We have many musicians in our class, and under the able direction of Miss MacMannus, we have added much to the Junior Orchestra. Some of our class- mates have also played or sung solos at our assemblies. "The Snow XfVitch" was the play given by our class in the Junior Competi- tion. It was tl1e story of an old peasant woman who was dissatished with her lot. When she saw the hard lot of others as revealed by the snow witch, she learned true wisdom in the end and all turned out well. The characters in the play were played by Anna Louise Aldrich, Sylvia Kingsford, Lucille Ellison, Charles Garabedian, Ralph Xvilloughby, Eileen Guyette, Benjamin Hardwick. By the way, did you know that the "wolf" forgot to howl in our play? This happened because the "wolf" was just about ready to sneeze and he couldn't do both at the same time. CLASS OF 1944 U U U Senior Revery The pathway stands before us, The sun comes streaming thru' 3 And sheds a shining light On all that comes to view. Our hopes and longings realized, Our hardest battles Wong The things we thought we'd like to do And things we will have done. And Knowledge gleaming brightly, Our beacon of success, Has helped us safely reach our goal And helped our lives to bless. PATRICIA GRIMES Class of 1939 Page Thzrty eight ! avrrsaauq Sfibl-LQN' GLC. Q1 6146 xvcu' U 13 MOCSGLLG 'Bess Q e we-for n l Page Forty Beauty ln quiet golden light of setting sun, In April's ileecy clouds and soft warm rain, In May's Hrst sweet, shy, hidden violet, XfVith dewy face uplifted to the skies, Far distant ringing bells in bright june air- A dream world clothed in earthly beauty rare. XVitl1 windy gales in leafless, lashing trees, Of storm-tossed waves in surging crests of foam, Of far out melancholy warning bell, Gulls circling leaden skies with raucous cry, A bright cold moon above a frozen land- The elemental Beauties of God's land. X'Ve setting out along life's hardened way Must search for beauty in each homely day. HEl.PiN SANFORD Class of '39 ACT III Mimg Together I WX ' f I f 5wYjIx I ' I I :I I XI ' XA I ,WX F . I QI 'If' 'yi f if qi fffff N A X X ' I .fu I . I KX 4 If! X MIX My Xt Y L tx - Ig g ,'3IlIdRucHI I gg I f I qw x- f V. ' xx' If XXX Liam X , URGH N s Z A710 PLEEXMX 'II fx f'w'gQ, m' I w w IW IX I If , A I Nfl' ' I MI I 1 ' I . f Good Wal I ZDVHMHIDIO If-5 I IX 7 I I If I X I Qgcnuor' Qrcbesfra Server-fDeIan1Slr!g0!?I Im ZITJYLIOY' Ob'CI'L65tVH Jaruov-JD6b6tln.G L' I Wwwmbgti Bo - L J ,C I I I ja ea ar-5 or wx 'Rammndfw Gnrlb IJamIer5'Cm- It X A A Hi 'Y' Club Lscmsncu Inman-Luo . A 'N , ,nay Cor-fo Stem? Club I IK! I 1 X N if EI Toereflnj Club THE. ,Bend , .XI I I I Q' i ' ,- ,N ' KW wk SN I THE REMINDER ILHNI-IRAI, ORKQANIZ.-XTIUN l'irx1 mir: Y, Slzutin. ll. Nlnhom-5. V. llemlley, R. Reynolds, D. Young, ll. Sorgel, D. Muynion Samui mah: li. Colle. Il. Worslold, tl. lmttcy. Mr, Scott, E, Aldrich, H. Autlerson, C, l,auupht're, R. Gout Ililrrl man: ll. Austin, li, Weill. R. 'l'essit'r, ml. Dick. li. Donalmedian. S. Amylon, Moran lJIfl"ICERS l'ir.xi1lrnl. . . ... ............ .,.. X 'lktalmix Nlixkilx Viz 1'-1'rw,si1lf'nl, . , , .... lil-iluiliiu' Arvnkksox Se'1r1'l1nv ...... . . .Uksum Mfmoxmf General Organization 'l'he General Organization or Student Council is the governing body of the school. In this organization each grade is represented and at the meetings any problems confronting the students are voiced by the class representatives. A practical solution is sought and in this way many problems are eliminated. This 0l'g'2lllll2lllOll, which has proved itself very beneficial to the school and also to the pupils, is under the wise direction ol' Mr. Scott. Page Iforty-two lhue l 77 il lf' lf' .1 Q A , 5 l 1 X it GOOD XVILI. SOCIEI Y Firsl raw: S. Horner, ,-X. jones, V. Morey, Mr. Robinson, l-I. Austin, V. Martin C, 'l'l'CXUl', ll Nlillllblllil' Second row: C, NVillizuns, R, Reynolds, I.. Crossley, V. Daniels, B. Goodruxn, D. Pillsbury, B. Bailey, lf. Henry, R. Budlong 'flzird raw: E. Gotfe, Aldrich, F, Moran, l-'. Dick, S. Auivlon, A. Ruddy, H. Anderson Olfl-'ICERS President ...,... ........ .... ..... H . V moto Alrstis Vice-President. ...... .,.. H itulxicki' Axmzksox Secretary-Treasurer ......................................,... Ukstim Mmioxm' Under the direction of MR. Rouixsox O Good Will Society - The Good XVill Society is one of the most important organizations in the school. The twenty-four members distribute absence lists and notices, usher at social functions, serve refreshments to players after athletic contests, furnish towels for visiting teams, and make themselves generally useful to Mr. Hobbs, Mr. Scott, and all members of the faculty, and spread a feeling of good will about the building. Page Forty-three THE RAQXQMINDER l"'Mw2+y75 wt , if lI',IRll'lfJIx'I'l'Ii S'I'.XI"I-' Ifimt tuzttz Bliss Nlttrrzty, NI. Nlurria. Prmzttt, Ii. Nlitcnittx. IJ. Uuttglt. II. SttttI'm'tI. II. IR-Ilwl. '1 Nrr 'I'l X N X tttxti I. IIctitItut'ttc-, X. Iut't'c-3' mul mir: I.. IYiItIcttItztitt, K. I'tttkc'1'. S:tliI'ut'tI. Ificltl, S. II'ilItittsuti. Nltw, Iliflxittsuti. Xliw Sha II. II'ul'sIuItI, K.. .fXtitIt-rsotl. KI. Ncttry. NI. Recd,KD.'I'cI1ln'tts tin! mtv: R. liytnu, S. lltttctiiplc. nl. llntittlttty, XI. Iicmmi. D. DiSzti1t. ll. Wittcltu . " ' . ll S Ihckttttlt lx l't'rttgttt-tttt. S. Wntvtlt-Il, li. Iigtilcx. ll. Stgtlmcr. Xl. Routt The Warwickite Tin' ll'1ttzttiwl:t'lr' this vc-:tr has l'ostct'ccI no startling itttiovzttiotts, hut his 1 pttovctl vt-ry wortlty ol' out' ztttctttiutt. It has kept tts wcll-ittI'ot'tttccl on scht cltt 4- tu Miss Sltztilcty who t'ztt't'ics must ol' thc rcspottsihilitv, :tml to thc cclitor- thtcl', Ilumtlty Ciottgh. Svtzim .I1li'iw1'r'... ..... Mm Mt xtt.t-R littxlurtt Irlttttrwx. ....NIRs. Illt ktxxox ltmtm Itltftwr. ...... Nltss Nlttztcu l'ftlt'ltn'itlflfll11'l,,. .... Ilutmtttx' but tztt .I,t.ti.tl1ml lirlttm .... .... I ltt.tx Sxxt-tmktr Slmrlt lirlilnr .,.. ,..lztrw tim Xlttt xtt x Mctitlicrs ul' thc stall not in thc pic'tttt'cz1t'c: I-Iilclzt lihcrlc, Doris IVilks, Shirley Wytttzttt. -john Iicttttctt, Rita Bcztttlictt, Bctty Wood, Bcrttztdcttc Iiotttitt. Illlgf' lfrnly-fotzr' tilt: tnztttcrs :tml has given tts iitttch ctttcrtztitmtcttt. Much crcclit for its sttfccss ts DEBATING SOCIETY I-'irsl mtv: S. Horner. lf. Benoit. IS. Boutin. Amylon. Miss Miller. ll. Sanford. R. Beaulieu, ll. Crenier, W. Mitt-nius Srronri rozr: A. Hickey. Nl, Caster. L. Heuser. Nl. Caster. A. Aldritlx. D. DiSaia, K. Pernaxeau, S. lVoodell, F. Mitt-nius, P. Mclean Tllirrl l'0Zl'I N. Johnston. B. XYincht'Il, H. Claurhon, V. Illland. E. xYCiIl, I.. Ilothner. R. Volk. S. Keigwin, D. Wilks. OIFIVICFRS l'w'mlf'z:l ,,..... ................ .,,, S I nxm' AMYLON I'i1'f'-I'z'f'.witlw:l ..,. ............. .... P l El.IfN SAN!-'oium .S'r'frrlnz'x'-'l'1'r'n'11:17 ........ RITA HFiH'I,lEl' l'rogrum Clmirflmu ........... . . . ,... .... I lIiRX,Xhli'I I'I'. llUl"l'IN Senior Debating Society 'l'his year the Senior Debating Society, under the able direction of Miss Miller, has become one ol. the most outstanding organizations in the school. During the year many interesting debates have been held, including both interclass and interstthool debates, and our animal debate with Lockwood. Dele- gates were sent to the Mock Session ol' Congress at the Rhode Island College ol liducation. Those who attended were Helen Sanford, Kay Pernaveau, Sidney .Xmylon, aml Edward Mitenius. Raymond McCormick was chosen as the ex- it-mporaneous speaker to represent Aldrich. .Xldrith is now a member ol' the Kent County Debating League. Ol-'HCERS 1'rrvirlf'nl ..,. ..........,..... ,.,. X X VINIVRICII Ml'l'i-tslvs Sfrirlrlrv .... ..,.. .........,., ..... S I I lRI.r.v Hoax!-ik 'l'r1'r1.iurf'r ........... . . .I'.fx'rkit:i,x M xc1I.i-:as Firxf I'ir'r'-I'rr'.ti1I1'11l ..... ....... I ,1I.l.l.xx Hrirsrk S1-ronrl f'ir'1'-Prmiflrrrl. . . ,...... .l'll.0Rl1NCl'1 Ihisorr 'I'h1'rrl l'if'1'-l'rf'sirlr'11I .... ..,.. . . . ...... . ..Xxx,x l.0l'lSli Armutzn unter Debating Soelety liiglity-three prospective members attended the first meeting ol' the llunior Debating Club this year: therefore business meetings ol' each grade were held separately, and meetings at which debates were held were attended by the entire club. Ollieers were rhosen, and a program committee ol' three representatives from eat-h grade were elected lor correlation of work between the three grades. 'l'he annual debate with the Lockwood junior Society took place in the assembly on April l lth. Pu gr' lforly I ng SENIOR ORCHESI RA Fin! mfr: B. fiffil, AIPIIIIIN' Nurlh. Hr. l'cr:1. I.. Sim- mlini. ll. Clow, li. DC' lh-xtxisr, NI, Hopkins, B I'rrrx Snnml IKIPIVI ll, Gmlin, R. S:tmlct'son, YY. Imwix, ll. Xlilgllllll. R. l":n'l't'll. I". Witttun. D. Slum' -IA!! ORKIIIIQSTRA Ifirvl mfr: North, fl, Sim- nmux, Il. K-mcltv. P., Ellll' wa. R. llutlur, Mr, l'ct'n. lx. Rvumltls Swznml mar: I". Nlvlkuttialtl. CZ. llvnlcx, lf. XVlwclcr, ll. Xl.txu't'll. R. Nlitflwll. H. Xlztgnatn. li. Pt-rrx Senior Orchestra azz Qrchestra Nlml ul lltc- musitztl K'lllt'lkI1lilI1llK'llI :tt our 'l'ruc uSWillU'5lL'l'SH arc' our Zlll Ol'cltcst1'z1 . . Fw . msc-rttlmltc-s :tml l't'K'llllIg l'Xl'IllN has In-cn pm- l,lm.m-5' yylwn you hom- ,hom Inav' W,uu1m,. xnlc-cl-lmy um' .Sc-111,411 f,lClH'Nll.l lllllll'l lllL'.2lIJ.lL' lulcly hmm, to gm up and uswing it... IIUQUS mlm-tlmtt ul Mr. lt-ru. Nlutlt tuultl ln' sztul lll I ,' I l I I. I . I. I , , A , ,. 2 ,. . . . . . ,. llltlhl' nl llus t'Xttt'lll'lll group ol lJl2lYL'l'S who 'WIHH3 I H lu, UNT mm Yun lm fummff 1, ,W 1,,11lc.,1 1, Q,-ml .lull ,,, 4-W,-y l,,-,,gm,,, in 111 thc YCZIIN to mum' ln .Xlclrtrh and :titer tltcy ultitll tlwx' lmw lztkcn lJ2ll'l. lcztvc us. Snxufrlmnwt I", N'iltum. R. XX'iIlut1gl1In f,lurmr'l: ID. Cluw.W.l1Iust-.XXI Iruis lhunlf li. llrlh-xuiw. IE. I'vt'l'x 'lmmlfmfrz R. l'z1ll'm'Il. II. xlllgllltll 'lkrllmjfrli li. lmslin, ll. XX't'stutl If'Iulf': Xl. llupkinw I'm1m: I. Nutth, B. Rullmirlt ,tlrlnfflmnm IS, Szmtlcrwtt Vmlm: Nl, Sillllillilli 1' l'Ill lv-.wx l,'l1n'iH1'l: C. Ilcltlvx vlqflllllflffi Il. Uutvtlv, R, lhltlvr. li. Sousa IImulu1'Im': G. Simmons I'irum: North 'l'mmImm': H, Nlilgllllll llrumi R. Rtwtmltlm Vl7fl'l'I I", xltqkillliilll Suwrfrllmlrxz R, Milrlwll Maxwell, F. Wlwrlcr Hzzvt row: K. Pernxtxeall. tl. Svronrl row: F. .Xltlrit'h, Mr. HI-Y CLUB Firxt mir: H. Austin, F. Mitenius. Mr. Cooper, I-I, Weitz. I". fll'lSlUlDll Srrrnzzl ron-: S. Wilkinson. N. Walsteatl. R. Tessier, S. Ainylon. Al. Bennett. R. Cole DRA Nl.-Ylilfl SOC1llQ'I'Y OFFICERS Tehbet ts Looper, S. Aniilon, ll. An- tlerson Hi-Y Club Dramatic Club The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, main- tain and extend throughout the school and connnunity a high stanclartl ol' Christian char- after. This group is liinitetl to fifteen boys ol the Senior Class. They elect ten juniors to sue- ceecl them as inenibers, who in turn elect hve nienibers ol their Class to complete the group. 0I"l"lCliRS I'n'.vi:l1'i1l ...,,..,..,... H.XR0l.Il .'XI'S'lIY I'i1'1'-1'rr'.xidf'n1 ....... Fimtxim hll'Il1XllS S1'rw'lrii'y ......,,,..,..... ENIII. Wi1l'l'z ll'f'Il1of' Chuimmn ....... Rltituum Coit, .Xll lllllSlGll and tlrzuuatit' protluclions at .Xltlrich are untler the supervision ol' the Dra- nialie Club. Under the able direction ol' Mr. Cooper the 'lSock and Ruskin" has proclucetl many sueeessliul plays. In orcler to l2lliC part in any play one must be a member ol' the club. Dramatic l'ins are awartletl lo those who have been members for three years. Any one in the Senior High School is eligible lor nieinbership. Ol"I"lCl-1RS l'rf'.xi1len1 .....,..........., Suns: x .Xxiriox l'ir1'-Pr1'sirI1'11l. . .. ...lliluu-in ,hm Rsox Srrrrlm x' ....... ..... I Elm is t ,KLIIRH it 'l4T!'lMIl7'f'l' ..... .... K .-vitlkrs l'l'iu'.xsi'tli I.iln'nriun, . . ...... fiRAlIl-1 'lil-ZlHllZ'l'l'S Page FUVPY-.Yl'1'1'II TH E REMIND SLIIQXKIF. XXI? IXYIZXIION C.l.l'lH I'l1xl mir: I. lh'cl1ixill1.X. llllilllll.ll.SIl1lll1,Nll, Rohloll.Xl. Xuflaiir. ll, i.quu'liou. R. lgiwhigui nun! mar: V.. Xloim, l. Silxau, R. Rohloll. K. Willcox. K., lllaiils. ll. Dui:-iuplv. I. Iriinv. S, lhox lf.. Xlzuui The Science and Invention Club 'lil1c'Scic'u1'c'ziml liivciilioii lIliil1,1lii'1-clucl lay Mr. Rohloll, i5 om' ol thc most llll1'l4i'5llllg zuiml original grouln lu .Xhlric'h. ll i'1-c1'irL-cl wimln-spwzicl rcfoqiiition 1 irlic-li lll1'llll3l'l'S ol ilu- group lIlL'l with unusual siluicss 'il this w'11"x Scicliu' l"'iii ..1 .1.. 1 1 lwhl lay thc .Xll'll'l'll'2lll llhlllllli' in thc' Museum ol Nzuurzll History iii New York lily. lwo 1-xhilmilx wcrc' K'llll'l'l'ilI thc' lllilllll' om: whimli sliowcfl thc prouicsx ol 'lSN2lf'lllg gohl orc. or testing' ll szuuplc' lo liml Ihr IJLTIKKCIIILIQL' ol pure gold. won lhc' hrs! prilc' lu llICIlllhll'l'. lhc other cxhilill. uizulc by llowzirml Smith. won llur1l prim. ll was zi clisplziy lmox sliowuig thc' structure' ol 1111-zuom. Our cluli was thc- onlx om- ol thc Iour liumlrcml ochl l'lllH'l'S lo win thc- 'uhlilionzll xpcci ll . 1 . iwzirclol"'S1'i1'11lifi1iNlclhoclol'l'liinl4inq." 1 lu Zllllllllflll Io llic' honors won zu New York Clily. thc cluli haul lhc tlislilll lion ol lic-ing N1-ln-111-cl by llic New l'iIlg'l2ll1tl Clliciuislry 'lbziclic-ix ,Xssofizuioii lo fll'lIlIlllSll'llll' its Cllllll'1ll'llYlllCS2ll tht' Hllhli iucvling hclcl ill .Xhlricli llighS1'liool 1-'irlivr in llll'Nl'1ll'. lhwimlcs thc ohh-r scuior high niciulwrs, who liziw lwc-ii in thc' clulm lor llllli wziix. Iourlvm-ii new lIll'llIlJ1'l'S lizlw lawn mzirvlullx sc-lvclccl lrom thc junior hivll 1 N 'vcorcliiig Io their s1i1'ii'ilic 'l'lllll1l" 'mil s1hol'lsli1 Nl'llllllll" A . 1. 11 . 1, 1 h. I ugz' Ifrn lr vigil! ill ,I .C THE EMERGENCY CORPS First 1'o11': E. 'l-0l'l'CY. L. Clmrron, -I. Sloan. Nlr. NIacliso11, D, Hughes, H. Nlanrhester, R. jones, D. Brush Srfonfl 111111: lf. l,L'l'liC'1llllI. R. Pollit. D. Hall. R, Nlrflratlx. l.. BUlllllL'l'. BOIITKZITIC. T. Newinan, 0. llztllene, Colle, O. l,1111cli11e, il. Donnelly OIWICIERS l,1r.1irl1'11l ........ . .........., .,.llIiNNlS I-1116111-.s !'irr'-1'1'rsifi1'11l ...,... ...blunts Sl.o,-xx Sf-rrflnr1'-'1'1'1'u1u1'f'1 ,,,, . . .ltro fill XRRON The Emergency Corps The EllICl'gCllCy Corps is now a ii11ll-fledged organization. During the past year it has clone lllllfll to 111ake .'Xltlriel1 a safer school i11 which to work. The lllCl1ll7Cl'S have tlirertecl trailit' and parketl ears at athletic l'1111c'tio11s: attentletl to floors. l'lll'l2illlS, and windows at assetnbliesz anal managed the loatl- ing ol' busses alter school. lll atltlition to this, they open all exits at fire clrills anti lllllll tl1e tire extingttishers. The boys i11 tI1is organization lllllSl ass11111e a good Zillltllllll ol' 1'espo11sihility, whit'h they have clone willingly. Their work has clone a great tleal to make Olll school lille sale and pleasant. Page I"o1'Iy-nina THE Page Fifty I M . GIRLS l"ir.s1 min: ll. dm ine, H. Lziurel, A, Corey, I. lfreelove Srrmzrl row: Martin, ll. Boutin, V. Benson D. Wilks Thirrl row: ' Melkonizlu. Molhtt, H. chinsky, ' lferrelli . l'l'1'xf1lf'lll ,.... . . I'in'-l'r'f'.x'ul1'lll ......... Sa'r'r1'I11 rv- 'l'r'1'11.v111'r'r ...,,. CUI'V'l'SPllII!lIIg SI'l'V'l'lIlVj'. . . Y N. anyar, D. Barker, B. Fraser, ..... .... .... . ....l-lnwnstt Al.I7Illllll ......,...l.E.....lNIA1xY lXlURPllY ..............VIRGlNIA lNIARTlN ........BE'rTY ' 'ER Ss ann, R. Byrne, M. Murphy, berle A. Bagu- Girls' Leaders' Corps 'l'his organization is composed of girls who are interested in athletics and in promoting a spirit ol' good fellowship throughout the school. Each girl lllllst gain ten sports nights and show special ability in athletics to be eligible for 1ne1n- bersllip. This year there are twenty-one members and much has been done to better the club. Meetings are held on the Grst Monday of each month and play days are held often with other schools. Other activities are soccer, volley-ball, basketball, baseball, pole-ball, badminton, tumbling and gymnastic work. lVe hope that the Girls' Leaders' Corps will increase even more in future years under the able direction of Mrs. Cull. 6 ww NrJl BOYS' LEADERS' CORPS Inst lou S. Tyler, H. Roberts, C. jones, A. Coutchcr, J. Donnelly, A. Ahlquist, R. Hickey Second mu C. Xvilliams, H. Anderson, B. Goslin, M. Bryer, lf. Dwyer, R. Tessier, G. Dean, C. Knight, Bourgaize, R. LeClair, S. Johnson llnrrl ww C. Delievoise, R. Delfusco, A, Machon, NV. Osbourne, H. Lord, A. Davis, E. DeBcvoisc, E. Card, I ANSIIOIIC, P. Marsh, S. Miller lmulh row H. Fitzpatrick, U. Verdcrlotti, R. Ellithorpe, E. lklctirady, R. Carztccia, R. Willoughby, C. I lb in R. Baldwin, E. Gregson, P. Lima, C. jones, E. Gardiner Prexirlenl ..... .... Vi1'e-Pmrirlcnt .,... Secretary- Trez1s1n'er President ...... Vice-Prrsirlfnl . ...... St'l'T6'lll7'Q'-YlT6l'l.YllTf'T. . , . SENIOR DIVISION OFFICERS JUNIOR DIVISION OFFICERS RAYMOND 'I'liSbIliR S'ri1Pm1N jouxsoiv ... .Gmane DEAN .FRANK DONNELLY . . . . .CHARLES joxr-:s Sm-:kwoon KIILLER Boys' Leaders' Corps 1 his organization, which is under the direction of Mr. Rudert, is the largest in the school. A senior and a junior division make up the club. The members, who ai e wery active in exercises on the parallel and horizontal bars, tumbling, and pyramids, contribute greatly to make the annual gym exhibition a successful event. lhe organization is composed of boys especially interested in sports. Page Fifty-one llllgl' lxlvffj'-f1l'1J THE THE BAND Firvl ww: 1. ll'.Xt'c'x H. Gttwttc. li. Sousa. R. Butler, V. Headley. XV. lVhiIntan. Mt: Pcra, lf. Cristup W. Arnthtrnng. ll. CLuslin,vK. Rcxnulrls. W. Sztltvr ' '-1 rs, I-4. Wittttnt, F. Wheeler, R, Xtllluttgltlmy. W. l.ctt'iw. .Yrruml rmr: I-I. Gttwttc. R. Nlttchvll. Nl. Stt K , Hl'llll'X. I.. fTt'nwIct, ll. Lltws, CI, Ilnlt. Nl. llopkins, li. lct't'y. C. Dcllcxoisc ug R, lfztrrcll. I-'. Itn ratlianu. li. xvtilll. Thin! rout: Nl. Cirawsltzttv, li. Wuotl. R. Sanderson, R, Hick-A I 3, ll Magnan. R. NIcC1ut'iitirk, l'. Nlarfli. CL. Nlcllunaltl. D. Shaw The Band liven though many ol' mn' lornict' players in thc hand have tlcpartccl hx .Xlth'ic'lt, thcrc arc scx'ct'al tnorc who havc provccl tltctttsclvcs as wnrtlty as t pt'c'clcc'cssut's. l.ct tts hopc that lmclurc many ntorc months have passccl. wc w Inc almlc to provide thcnt with ttnilornts so that thcy will ntakc an cvcn hc appc-at'ant'c than they clitl at thc 'lhattksgiving gatnc. 'I'I'lHlIfll'fI lV. .M'tttStt'nttg R. Btttlcr, ll. Citttctlc, 'I'romlmnr: I-'. Itnpagliallo, R. Ifliclwt, R. Mt Y. llvzttllvy, XV. lYltittnan. Sottxa. ll. flmlin Clortttaflt. li, lYcill, R. I'.2ll'l'l'll, ll. Magltmt lflulv: Nl. Crztwsltatv. Nl, Hopkins liztrilmzf: P. Nlarclt. ll. Wood, G. Nlcllmtalcl. ljrnnrl: l".lIl'istnpI1 Ilaxx: ll. Shaw Clurimflz ID. Kllosc. l.. lltwwslt-x. li. llcnlct, C. SIIXIIIIIIIIIIIEYI lf. Wltct-lcr. R. Willmtgltln, lf. Utt Holt. W. l.t-wis llllll, R. Mitrltt-Il llrmllvi KI. Ilt'llt'ttriwt', R. Rcxnoltlw. XY. Sallvr. 'fIf'll0: Xl. Scars ll Pt-nrt liwllnjvliortrz li. tintcttc E .llrlnpltmnw ll, Wuntl. R, Samlt-rwnt EMI DE Plll 1 htn lltt THE jUNlOR ORCHESTRA lfirrl foie: R. llaclley, IS. Hardwick. Cl. Saxon, G. Bergstrom. R. Hopkins, S. Kingsforil, l.. lfaucher. K. l'el'rx Sn-M111 row: R. Ilauchon, 'II Harrigan. R. Rohlotl, R. xlilllkl. S. Suntlin. Nl. Pirragglia. DelVecchio, ll. Smith, finyette Tltinl rozr: EI. Rooney, H. Moilat: NI, Wynizm. H. Nlaxuell, A, lilllilllbll, A. Altlrich. B. Rainse. F. Henry. li, YYili'oX The Junior Qrehestra Directed hy Miss MacMannus, the Junior Orchestra has taken an active part in various school functions. They promise to develop into a hue group of musicians. anal may they long progress until they reach the heights of musical perfection. 'l'y-onilwrte: H'hitney Graeili Piano: Marjorie XVyman, Helen Moffatt. Therese ilffiliilllllllfl Eileen Uuyette Harrigan. Johanna, Seelenbinder, Robert Rohloil, Iiarimne: john George William Osborne, Rose Mana, Shirlev Suntlin l'rrz'tz.wsior1: Katheen Perry. -Iohn Rooney, Charles I'io1in.i': Ruth Hadley, Sylvia Kingsfortl. Benja- CTOCRCI' min Hardwick, Robert Cauchon. Leo lfaueher, tllurinfli Emlwartl Betlrossian Richard Hopkins, Charles Saxon. George Berg- .Yu.xuj:I1on1': l'l2lICll Maxwell strom Piano .4t'r'm'rliorr.v: Harold Smith, Mario Pirrag- '1'ru:11f1etx: Anna Louise Aldrich, Louis Mc- glia, glerrv Del Vecchio Claughcv, Alfred Larizon, Robert Wikinson, Blake Rainse, Francis Henry, Donald Greer Page I"ifIy-thref THE REM! DER 4-H Club 'I lf. Whi '. ,lilllllIC'S, XII. NI.11lix1u11. I ISu111g11i11'. nl. l41'q11Ix M'1r1ll1l 11rz1'2 R. Hn A R. l,1'C,I1111'. l'. XI.1" , lvnc. ,l. llolh . l'1Ml mm: X. llickm. I l'.1g111111. IQ. x1'WllllIl'lxl'I Xlkmml. X. ll1m11l1s'1lig1l1 lll4'. la, f.HlIIlll'L'. NI 111v11111i. S, S.lll1'l'. lf , . .. .. 11 , .. , 111 ltlll. I. l'I11-l1'11 lll5Lll.l, Xl. Rumi. R. Illuka ll. Mlu1111l. l11'11111'll. ll Photography Club 'l'l11- I-ll Club is :1 111'xx' 1m1gz111ifz1lio11 this llllill'lE ll11's11p1'1'x'isim1 ul M11 Nlnliwm. llu' ll'2ll'. ll is 111:11l1- uluml xl111l1-111s wl11mz11'1' taking flllll 11215 llwll 'Nl'f'f"1'lll mllll' llllx lull" All f . .' sllilpsllflls in ll1ix XCLIIEN Rl4NllNIll"k wcrc prcf 2lgllIlIlllll'2ll 11n111x1w ur wlm Zlll' 1111c'1'c'sl1'1l 111 1 L 1 1 , U - , I , lJ2ll'l'il by Illi'lIllJt'l'S ol ilu' clulm. lllc xsmlx ol .lglltll lllll. I l11-1l11l1 l1.1x s1x111l1'1'11 lllL'llllH'l5 mlm. UI' lm. ,m.m1,g.,-N was Un l.xlHlmmH dm.- 1':11 I1 nl Wllfblll lI2lN w1111' wrl ol IJl'H1c'1l ill llHlIl1'. ing UPL-11 night, Nlt'llllJt'l'5 ll2lXL' lc':11'111'1l hmm' ll IIIQIX lu' g2Il'Kll'lllllQ. lm11l11'x.1lz1i1'x'i11g, XX'1NMlA I0 lillil' pi1'llll'1'N- lll'WlUlP llll' lllHlS- lflllll PH' WUl'lilIlQ fn' :mx wmv ol 11 lz11'g1- m,,,,l,l.l. 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The girls de- siring to go out for cheerleading submit their names to Mr. XVight and he in turn, after test- ing their voices, chooses seven girls he feels are dependable and capable ol fulfilling the duties of a cheerleader. Riding Club The Riding Club, directed by Mrs. Culf, is an informal group of girls interested in this form of exercise. The members make frequent trips to Goddard Park, where they learn to manage a horse and enjoy rides together. This is the club's second year, and much interest has been shown in il. The girls have their own choice of uniforms. l'his year the girls wore blue slacks, while sweaters and blue hats. The cheerleaders are: Kathryn Pernaxeau Betty XYood -Iessie Provan Doris Xvilks Bette Gooclrum Bernadette Boutin Catherine Norton Pony Cheerleaders These girls are in the ninth grade. They submitted their names to Mr. XVight as did the Seniors. They were chosen in the same manner. This team cheers at all Junior High School games. They will continue to cheer until they are Seniors and then they will al- tain the honor of being Senior Cheerleaders and cheer at the big games. The Pony Cheerleaders are: Agatha Jones Leatriee Smith Margaret Sears Shirley Horner Frances Maher 'mu' Virkt-rs Amlrey Long- I Page Fiflx 1 CLXCIK 6-5 ? is .I - 7 . X 2 I ' 0 'Ulu' 1 V Q 5 I' Q Q .E Q Q K '- B eu s Q -Y Kg? ff lf-ff W l. E. .h 'LHV1' 63?L.:r cl-Us J X i 'D ng -B, MTBIQQ K 4, -1 5.1-Q-sl N A7' T "L.1- ' 'rx-A -.C -.. I' -- ,, I rixzfgflwrzcnnrfuo I 4 fl 'TN Lrxnsg GANG, ' 0-"25,1f'LE 5' ,Jaw 4 4 1-, n f, 1 ff - - -1-44'-'VQX QUMIQEQZL X X vu j 4 X. 5 . E. f' fx' U2 1 ' J 9 71 km B L S3 XB 'QR 5 1 7' ff' P J 'J-U Z9 4 xjaiw 1-ww 5- 'Nom-qyf' F I L5 S :KN FELLPNS lj Y if K 1 X -3:2 Z I: ':::'1:oo Dx X NOINOX Leu V , I , H an 3, . 9 v m .asm -' u f . W 5 , 7 ,,.A':v Boyfld B 'Bm-L U -75, fx! 5, f x, ff- -Af ACT I S q S 4 --9 J 1 i ga - : .E"':"-"' Ni-:S ,-2:-2' : -.1 F' c-.zzz Lt, 1-u 1 -i -x L.. A -1 .-: .1 53 " 57? 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'fy jf' ' -5132 Q WA f :gf 5 5- 7-' ,.-' X-H ,,, 'Sli :,""' S1 -I ...:Ql'7 ff, fy fi, 2' "iq I ,f aw 113' 2 5:g7 w 1. 1 " 'f'f41,.g,Z:lE' , . X "-1.L,,L.--' Q X X X I A1 X 'K S Xf- S'Eg,4:7'N fist? QX-if-f' V I ss Q., V ! 3-Cavqh THE REMINDER I-'ACUlfl'Y PLAY CAST Nlr. Robinson, Mrs. Dickinson, Mr. Robertson, Miss Miller. Mr. Cooper, Miss Nlurray. Leo lfaucher. Mr. Alnend The Faculty Play On the evening ol' November 18, 1938, the faculty presented the comedy- dratna "Thy W'ill Be Done," written and directed by Mr. Cooper. Its theine was the struggle between the young generation, with its new ideas, and the old, with its love ol' customs and ideals. The leading parts were played very ably by Mr. Cooper and Miss Miller. Mrs. Dickinson and Miss Murray, in their respective roles as mother and sister, gave line performances, as did Mr. Robinson and Mr. Robertson, as father and grandson. Two of the scene-stealers were Mr. Amend in an excellent character part and Leo Fancher, an eighth-grader borrowed for the occasion. CAST Vivian Brent... ....,.. ..,. N Iiss Cutlrzklxri BIIVRRAY Mrs. Brent ....... ..... A lits. l.i1kov Dtciutvsox Nathan Brent, -lr ,... ...... A lk. HI'ZNRl' Cltmvtck Ilan ............. . UMR. Rfxvmoisn Aruttrsn Leora ............ ,...... A llss Pmkl. Mlliiik Nathan Brent, ....,... Mk. Cvkn, RotnNsoN Nathan Brent, III. .. ..., Mk. BIARSIIALI, RClBl'1R'l'Sf7N Peter .............. ....... IN lAh'l'Iik Lao lfatvfzmzu Page Fifly-rfiglll SENIOR PLXY CAST I-I tlristoph, ll. Iloutin. ul, Proyan, L. Bothncr. V. Ncary. S. Amylon, j. Rowell, P.. Uootlrum, F. Wt-itl R, 'l'essier, ll. lVorsl'old, li. Nlitenius The Senior Play l'Clharley's .Xunt," a comedy in three acts written by Brandon rl'll0lll2iS. was the play the Class ol' lflflll chose to present on December lti, l9Z58. It concerned the troubles ol' several youths in an English university, especially il young nian who tried to pass hintsell' oil' as a iniddle-aged woman, and it kept the capacity audience in gales ol' laughter all evening. XVe would like to vontplinient the cast lor their unusually good perlorinances. C,ts'r Lord lfancotlrl llahherly. . . . , . . . . ,lark Chesney ...... Charles lllylxtflllllli ........ Colonel Sir Ifraneis Stephen Speltigue. llrassett .....,..... lfariner ....... , Kitty Verdun. .. Amy Spettigue .... Ella Delahay ,.... Chesney. .. .... Donna liueia 1llAlY2lll0l'Cl. .. .. . . . . . , SIDNEY ,'hMYl.0N ....,,l-init. Wiarrz . . .I.1,ovn Boruxrik Riwstoivn 'lizsstrk . . . ,louis Rowrtu. I-'RANK Cius'rovu Euwmm Mi'l'kN1t's . Ill-1'1"l it Gooukt! si All-ZSSIE l'Rm'AN , .Mtumt-in Nmiu' .Hl'1l.l'1N Woksrorim Maud .................... .... B ERN.-'lllli'l"I'Ii B0l"l'lN CONIMI'l"l'EliS Pr0n1pIrrs.v1'.v: Barbara McCallum, Betty Fraser. and Mabel Roun "xl1f'rv' Members of the senior class glitrgrfii Richard Cole, Roger Blake, Kenneth Brown. john Bennett. Raymond llollingworth, james l.alfleur, I Oscar Hallene. john Sloan, and Lester Moultrop l't1hlit'i1v1 Dennis Hughes, Dorothy Gough, Fred Dwyer, Susan Beckwith, and Edward Mitenius Progrtmi: Helen Miller Page Ffffbhlliilll' 3 gr Sixty wh 1 REMJ, DER mi' ide a' it KLXSIK Ulf l'I..XYS l'IUiSI'1NIlill IXX. 27. IDIS!! . . . , , . . . . Intl mm: XI. XIHIIINUII. Ilmgtn. R. llhlllllll. lx. lt'l'IlLlXL'1lll.,X. litsliop. l'.. XX t-ltl. S. Xlmlnii. R. It-wit-1 I. Rmxvll. Sltigttl. XI. Nvatri. lx Xlclktmigtil. .M Snxuin. .L hltniu, Smih N1-tum! Huw: R. Rt-xntnlds. k. K-IINILIPIINUII. QI. Xtnth. R. Guuttrttiii. li. lirmmkx. R, tiuutlwin. R, Nlitthrll S. l,llll'IllIlli'. Xluixtn. R. Rt'XlllllliN. S. l,UIl1lilllN. ll. fillllihtlll. C.. l'ptIxkt'. ll. .xNt'l'N, XI. .lUllL'N. Senior Competition Une-Act Plays On blztiitiztry 21. IELW. tht- Scnior high sthool clztsscs piuciitt-tl thcn' :nmtiul tthllllwlilitbll plays. 'l'ht' ,!llIli0l'5 ntztrtctl ull' thc cvctiillg with at Ytlllllllllili i'UlllL'tif ith kvpt tht- lllllliL'lll'L' wcll 2lllIllSk'tl. lfollowiiig thcm czttiic thc St'lli0l'S with at mtti'tIt'i' lllj'SlCl'j' which almwctl tht-il' rtrztl acting ability. lt wats mzttlt' at httgt Slll4'l'5S hy thc outstztncliiig' ptt1'loriiizti1t't'soi'Sith1cy .-Xniylmi zmtl Emil XVL'ill. 'l'ht Soplioniorcs pix-at-iitt-tl :tn unusual :tml iiitcrcstiiig play with thc zu-tion lztitl on thc clctk ot 21 ship. 'I'l1t-St-nimx won tht' unite-at with tht-ir "Mui'tIt'i' :tt tht- Dt-Soto." Hoiimuhlt Illt'llIiflll lm' incliviclttztl IlL'l'ii0l'!Il2lllt'Ch wats given to Sichicy .-Xinylon :intl Iimil xvlxill ol tht- wtiioi' tlztss, Sytliit-3 lltttcliiplc :uid Al2ll'llllCiill Doiutliuy ol' thc bjtuiioi' clans .tml .lt-ztnnc North oi tht- NUIJhUlll0l'i'h. LIASS UI' IUIHI "XIlkmn xi tm In Som" bun IIININWIHI XIuIIig.m,, , ..,. ..... I 'iNIll. XXVIII! Nlixs llztly ..... .... . .Xlumu-ti Ntcxtu Ralph tliztuth. .. . ..... -lmtx Rowui. l'ulnskc ........... ..,, . . R tx xmxn li-xxuu xlllifll Nkllillgtoli Ulu , .. ...SIUNI V .-Kxlilnx Mrs. Nlatrkx ,..... ..,. . ... .... kltfsstr l'kox xx Rohm-:tn Sinunons. .. ...I-'I 0Rl'N1.l Nliitxtixltx Xlim llt-It-n Rum.. .Mk xlttlcklxi-1 l't.kx.ut4 xt' Luk Iwvstt-1. ,, ,.,...... -ltntx Stun. l'tiIit't-mgm, .. ..... ....,.. . Xtuuru llmtop lDii't-flux ..., ............,..... N lk. Anim: PILYIIIIJIICNNVN. ...NI un I R tx ts, Atom Y lokkn CLASS OF 1940 HPINK EoR PROPOSALS" CAST Zelda Boswell ..... ......., .... U I AGQUELIN DoNAHAv Madge Boswell ..... ,.... .... IN I ARGARET NIORRISON Eddie Phelps ........ ...... H ERvE CAUCHON Miss Maisie Boswell... .. SYDNEY DUTEMPLE Howard Davis ..,.... ..HERDERT ANDERSON Lobelia ........,..... .... C lECELlA AHLs'rEDT Mr. Albert Cranshztw... .... RICHARD 'IQASHIAN Director ............. .,....., lt llSS NIYIERS Protnptress ...,..... .... S HIRLEY MAGKLIN CLASS OF 1941 "lNIlDNlGHT SAILING" CAST Jimmie Hall .... ...... . ..ERNEST BROOKS Annabelle Lee .... ...... J ICANNE NORTH Steward ......... ....... A LLEN SWANN Mary Taylor .... KATIILEEN GUSTAFSON Mrs. Taylor ...... ..... R UTH REYNOLDS Phyllis Howard ........ ...... H ELEN AYERS Erane Cassell ........... .... G EORGE UPDYRE Prince Anthony Scrani. .. ....... FRANK HULL Mrs. Howard .......... ......... M ARY JONES Ship's Captain ....... ..........., R ICHARD GOODRUM Director ......... ..................... M ISS BIILLER Promptresses .... .... A IARION REED, VIRGINIA MOREY unior Competition Une-Act Plays The competition was held in the auditorium on January 27, before an en- thusiastic .Iunior High audience. The ninth grade is to be commended for their excellent production of their play, which won the contest. The characters played their parts well and it had everything to place it in first place. CLASS OF 1942 'UTIIREEIS A CROWD" Madeline ........,....... Ellen, Madeline's sister .... Eddie Johnson ......,..,.. Elmer, Eddie's cousin ....... Mr. Johnson, Eddie's father. .. Director. . . .. .... . .......... CLASS OF 1943 "SHADOW or A GREAT MAN" jack ............ Mrs. Davis .... Mr. Davis .............. Hiram Dwight ............ Aunt Harriet Tubmzm .... Mammy Hepsy .......... Lucy ................, joe Howells .... Sanders ....... Ralston .... Director . . . CLASS OF 1944 "'l'llE SNOW VVITCHH Marina ..... . . Silver Sonia .,... Princes Valcska, . , Ivan ..... . CAST CAST CAST Foma... ....... ............... Dancers.... ..... . ............... . .... AGATHA JON ES . . . . . .LEATRICE SMITH .........JOHN MORAN . .KENNETH REYNOLDS . . . .ROBERT MITCHELL . .... M ISS MURRAY . ...FRANCIS HENRY . . . . . .SHIRLEY SUNDIN . . . .KENNETH WlLl.COX ..VlNCEN'I' R0'fHMlCll . . . . . . .INEZ HALLENE ...NIARIE KENEHAN . . . .VERNA HAGSTRQM .. ...THOMAS SILVA . . . . . . .MALCOLI SILvA . . . .HENRY CRISTOPII ...MISS MOURNIGHAN ANNA LOUISE ALDRICII . . . .SYLvIA KINGSPAORD . . . .LUGILLE EI.LrsoN . . .RALPH WILI.oGHIw .. . . .EILEEN GUYETTE DIARY NIULVEY, IDA CASSANTA, FRANCES PELICANO, HOW'ARD ROBERTS, ARTHUR AHLQUIST Fiddler . ....... ............ ................... . Sound effects .... Director ...... .BENJAMIN HARDWICR ...ROBERT BALDWIN, EVERETT BROWN WIGYIT Page Slixfj'-0116 THE REMINDER ti, Q rt v u 0, The Operetta Wllllllt' ln," the olxerettzt presenteti zlt Xlllflfil. l'CIJl'lllll'y 17. liiiiii, it ts tlmlitu In izttely nztniecl. 'l'he music was invigorating and its L'2iSl zlssnrecl its SIICCLSS The Sl0l'y centereci ztrottntl 21 rzuiio station owner and his I'l'iCllClS. 'I he ll ripztls were played by Aleanne North, Ruth Bennett, Bztrharu Lindgren INOIIIIJII , XX ztlstezui, :intl Clliznlcilet' Henley. Page Sixty-Izun Cui' Kasper Kl'0ggillQ, the mtiiisli king ,..,,.... Nlrs. Krnggins, his ambitious wife .... jenn Kruggitis. their tlunghtci' ...... .loc Bruwn station owner ...,........ -jerry Kennetlx, :tclxertising tn:ll1:tg1't'. .. 'nity .. .... . .,....,.. , .... E... . Nlilly . liilly ..............,,................., "llynznnn" Dave, pmtittclitrit tnatnztget' :tt Mitzi, switelthoami opwztttn' :it XV'l'N'l'... Huh, engineer in eiiztrge nf control rooni. . W'I'N'l I. iiuttninlex'-Binks, ztnnonmmw' :lt XK"I'N'l .Xifiiilmlcl 'I ln'ockmortmi.. .,......... ... ..Oi IYICR likisn tt ix ....Rein ISI-'NMi'i't' . . . .B.xkisxk.x l,1Mu:ki-'N . . . .C1il.xM1t.i4k ll1irx1.1-ix' Nou xt xx W Kl.S'l'li.fXll . . ,-ll'1ANINli IY.-Xktzx' .....M.'uu' lhtkklc . .l"l.0Rl11NtIl41 Iltwuu-1 ,..,lnsi-I-ii Xi'ot,i-'ia ....ji-Zxxxia Nokril .Ruutik'l' M1:CLk.xm' . . RA xltmn VINICSSII-Ik , . .Yltxiok l':l.l,l50N llntier tlireetitm ni' NIARIU l'i:u.x and ill-ZNRY ml. CO0I'lik The Senior Hop The Senior class held their Christ- mas dance in the gym on December 23. In the center of the gym was a huge Christmas tree decorated with many colored lights. To make the affair a little different, each senior brought ten cent "funny" gifts that later were distributed to them by their own Santa Claus, joe Arnold. Our favorite maestro, Ernie George, and his "Vagabonds" fur- nished excellent music for dancing. The Senior Christmas Hop of 1939 was a Hnancial and certainly a social success. The Junior Prom The Junior Prom, held on May 5, was the first big dance to be exclu- sively Aldrichg in previous years we have held this affair jointly with Lock- wood. It was a big success, socially and financially. The decorations, which brought Hawaiian scenes to the dancers, transformed our familiar gym into a gala ballroom. The evening more than fulfilled the anticipations of the junior class and the many others who attended. Gym Exhibition y The third annual gym exhibition was held on February 24, before a large audience. It was presented by the Boys' and Girls' Leaders' Corps. Senior boys participating were Ray- mond Tessier, Marvin Bryer, and Fred Dwyer. These were ably assisted by members of the junior High. Pyramid-building and dances fea- tured the presentations by the mem- bers of the Girls' Leaders' Corps. etition Pla s State Comp y This year Aldrich was represented in the Competition Plays with the play "Four Hundred Nights," which centers around the famous Shakes- pearean love story of Othello and Des- demona. The plays were presented at the new Hope High on April lst. The scene takes place in a court room where Xflfilliam Moreland is on trial for having strangled Dorothy Lund to death in the death scene of "Othello" By a request of the de- fense, the death scene is reproduced for the jury. Those taking part were: William Moreland.. ........,. HERBERT AND!-:ksoN District Atto' G .............. E 'Z " tney rcy . Mn. WMU Court clerk, Charlie .... ...,.... J OHN ROWELL judge ................ ...... N ORMAN WALSTEAD Dawn Moreland ...... ........ K IRACE Timur-:T1's Mrs. Smythe ....... ....... S Yum-:Y IDUTEMPLI-I Bill ............ ........... lk IARY Tmvis Mrs. jones.. ..... JACQUELIN DONAHAY Page Sixty thi F8 THE REM1 Assemblies SEl"I'EMl3ER, 1938-JUNE, 1939 ND ER Connnittee-Miss RlVl'H Sufxlrrzu, Miss llouoruv Mvrzus, MR. FRANK XVlc:u'r. and Miss E11.1il'lN M.-tc:M.xNus, Chairman "Raw Materials"-A Alam Handy Sound Film . . . . , Sept. Aldrich Budget Club ........,. ..,....,... . . . Sept. "The Puritans"-A Yale Press Film , . . .,...,.. . . . Sept. Athletic Association and Aldrich Budget Club .,.. . , . Oct. "Peter Stuyvesant"-A Yale Press Film ....,.,, . . . Oct. Homeroom Extension-A Paper on Columbus . , . ,... Oct. "The Gateway to the X'Vest"--A Yale Press Film . . . , . . Oct. Thanksgiving Conspiracy", . ..........,.... . . . . . "The Eve of the Revolution"-A Yale Press Film ......... . . . . "The Declaration of Independence"-A Yale Press Film .....,.. . Nov. . Nov. Dec. "The Oppressed Minorities ol' Europe"-Mr. Herman Silverman. ,Dec. "The Story of the Other XVise Man"-Henry Van Dyke Dramatized by Miss Dorothy Myers .....,............,.,,.. Dec. "Yorktown"-A Yale Press Film ....... .... U Ian. Prevues ol' Senior Play ............, .... h Ian. "Daniel Boone"-A Yale Press Film ......,.............,,...,,. Feb. Grand Army Flag Day: Mayor Ruerat and Mr. Charles Bullock, G. A. R. speakers .... Feb. Operetta Prevues .,..........,...,....,...,..........,.,., "The Frontier XVoman"--A Yale Press Film .,.,.......... . . . . "Dictatorship Versus Democracy''-Gaylord Douglas, Speaker. . . Gym Exhibition Prevues ..... ..... : ........................ "Alexander Hamilton"--a Yale Press Film .................... . .Feb. , .Feb. . .Feb. March March Honors Day Assembly fSeniorj Mr. Harold X'Villiams, Speaker. .March General Organization and Good XN7ill ......,.............,... "Dixie"-a Yale Press Film ,........ ...,............,,..,.... Songs and Interpretative Dances of Many Nations-Miss Bradlee Easter Program-Instruments of Orchestra and Band- March March M arch Mr. Arnold Manganelli, Demonstrator ........... . . .April ,Xldrich-Lockwood Debates ,,........,,........,. . . .April A. A. Minstrel Prevues . , ..,..... . . ,April "Columbus"-a Yale Press Film ,... ,.,April Independence and Arbor Day . . . . . . May ".Iamestown"-a Yale Press Film .........,.......,.,. , . . May P. T. A. Review Prevues ,..,....,.............,....,... ..,, N Iay Mr. john E. Hines, Dramatist-"11' I were King"-Senior "Rip Van XVinkle"-Junior ...,.,.,,.,.......... .... lv Iay "The Pilgrims"-a Yale Press Film .... . . . . . .May Music Festival Prevues ,..,........ .... M ay Memorial Day Exercises, . . , . . .May Fashion Show . . . ...,. .... K Iune Senior Assembly ,, ..., june Page Sixty-four 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1938 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 ACT Victory 'I 1 ,Uv A Hr N X U K I fl K I Xl A I W -ak 0 4 Q ll H. ' -x, -J ff mx ,f u sv 4 H '51 ' H 'qi f , N lf' .-N 4 . "- .- 'ik Nx :Pg '13 X XF fl -We 5 'r WZ" ' mv., " W " ' W5 - 3- 4715 W? A X ra.: x Q fi : 9 'L fm , fag. 'b f 7 J N K' Q f -a E ,f MIX J " J' Y O M'-. 0 Kr X- " M' W' ' ' X 1' X N h' QQ f wxitai---1: b I - """' I 'I WI!! 'rx X F' A m mx 'IU' ml R um X NN ,rf Q Q 4 'N K Y 'Q.. ... QR? DMC f MN: Lnmc ' www, Lumix, if me If l fomm Lum . ' WR gf WN. 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Coutcher Swmlrl rmr: E. Tyler, l'. 0'Neil, H. Donubedian, C. Leacv, Mulxev, C. McLeod, XV. Stafford Thirrl row: Mr. Ruderl, E. Major, C, Otis, H. Austin. R. lVilloughhv, C. Knight. YV. Gilmore, 'l'. Campbell, lf. Henrv Varsity Basketball .Xlter proving to he one of the best schools in Class B competition, ,-Xldrifll linished in a deadlock for fourth place with St. Raphael. Aldrich won 9 games and lost 7. Don Donabedian eaine out very successfully as he led in Class li, scoring 236 points. Due credit also goes to Mr. Rudert as eoaeh and Thoinas Campbell as manager. It took live spark plugs to start the engine rolling: Ed. Tyler, George Leacy, Gordon Simmons, Paul O'Neil, and lVilliain Stafford. lVe feel sure that with all ol' the above playing next year we will have a very good chance in Class li Competition. SCORES fllrIriz'l1 f,l11II1Ilf'lll.Y St. Raphael . .. .......... .... f 15 I9 Classical . . . .... l7 I9 Westerly ..... .... 2 5 Il-4 Central Falls .. .... 38 42 XVOonsocket . . .... 37 51 Lockwood .... .... I 44 27 St. Raphael . .. ,...fll 23 Classical ..... .... I 55 17 XVesterlv . ..,.... .... I 43 34 Mt. St. Charles ..... .... I 57 27 Central Falls .. .... 27 18 Lockwood . . ,.., 46 150 Page Sixty-.w'w'11 THE REMINDE THE HOCKEY TEAM First row: l.. Lind, A. clClII'2HTIlI0, N. IValstend, XV. Berghnrn, IV. 'I'IlIlfl'I', K. Antlrews, I.. Crenier Srrrnnl row: V. Camino. I.. Chzirron, N. llouthillier, N. Lzinginziiil. ml. Leaifh, Il. Austin. C. Nnthainson. C. 'l'edesc'hi. Xlr. Nlonrnighun. Nlr. Wight Hockey XVarwit'k cliinuxed 21 very good season under the personal supervision ol' the able Mr. Mournighzm. XI'e won 7 games, lost 5, and tied 'l'he credit Ior our suecessI'uI season helongs to 'I'hayer, XVz1Islead, lierghon and .-Xnstin. .-Xnd we niustn't forget the inanager, Leo Charron, who did very well in his dignilied position. Crenier starred lroni the Lockwood hall' ol' the teznn. IVe feel sure that with a lew streaks ol' good lortnne we will turn Olll very good possibilities lor next yez1r's hockey squad. SCORES II'rn'n'irk f,,I,IlllIl'llI.S II'1111t'it'l: Ujlflolwnlx K... ll I I NII. Plezisxlnt I "BSN" " """ Cranston ....... .... . I 2 IIUP4' A- if fi NIL St. Illiairles. .. ....ll 2 l.:iSnIIe ,..,. 1 QI Ii. l'roiidence ............. 2 ll Mt. I'It-:iszint ... H2 I Pino:-1-s . . . I.ziSnlIe .......... ...I I :I .... ....I tt KVI hum I,:iSz1Ile ... ....il It t4"""i'I ----- H-'l I Cranston .. . , . . I IL I-1. I'roxitIen4'e .. H2 l Cirimston .. H2 l Page Sixty-eight wtf jp THE BASEBALL TEAM 1"ir.i'l row: H. Wein, K, Andrews, W. Tlutyer, D. Copp, D. Austin, W. Close, E. Major, N. Wulstead, A. Sprague Srronri raw: W. Erickson, R. Gilbert, J. Arnold, E. Tyler, N. Remington, W. Mzicomber, G. Simmons, j. Burns, j. Gregson, G. Leaey, H. Magnon. Mr. McKe0n The Baseball Team Although we were not in the running for the title in l937 we were classed as a lighting team. The boys did a line job, under the direction of our coach, Mr. McKeon. The l938 season was fairly successful, although we did not get the Pennant. Our prospects lor H939 are especially bright, with veterans all along the line. Page Sixty-ninr 1 TH i , L q E REMINDER Q ,. ll'NIOR llli-H ili,fKSKE'l'Ii.Xl.I, Nlillcr, ll. XX'illinl1ls ' was im-r .Snmrrl l'0Il'f NIV. Ifl'iltlNll N. ,-Xllflnir. Rich. fiflll. R, llxllwnck. Brush unior High Basketball unior High Baseball 'lhix yc-:nik jiiiiifn' high lizulwllmll iczun hi H1357 lhm lunior High lczim won thc was not lllillllllllifllhllillll'1llII. hui 2lllK'l' ai slow c:l12llIllJi0l15llil7Oli thc NX'c'slcl'i1 Division ul' thc 5l2ll'l wsu gmail Vllflllgll, nl thc' cml ol lhc non- l'i'oviclcm'c slllllllillilll tlunioi' High Lczlguc. mn. In play :my nl ihc In-si junior high Ivklllls lizist l'i'm'iclcmc iluiilrzil -junior High won in thc slillt' rm own lL'l'lIlN. .Xlclriih won wc- lllk'l'll2llIllJl0l15lliIJOl-lJ0llI4liViSi0llS. mul plain- in in ilivisioii. With thc' good .-Xlclricli I'oi'1licsc-umiicl ycarwmi thc flllillll- spirit whimh L'Xisls in thc sc'x'L'1ilIi :md cighlh pirmsliip ol' holh divisions in 19258. This yC2ll' grzuh-s, .Xhh-if h sliuuhl linux' 2lllUlllL'l' lL'2llIl they Illilyfll XVilli:1m .'X. Briggs -junior High of ilglllillg mini' thi- lull iivxl yvzlr. Clrzuismii. nga' Sfwr' nli' lwril ww. I-. D1-ming, I Rich. R. fiflll, 'I'. Rich S Nvmml mir: S. iigirvx, I lilgllll. R. lframw. li. Hin son. Mi: Ruhluff. R. hi gui. K. l.illll't'H. I. XX'lu'Lhx IITNIOR Hllill IKXSEIXXII l'nil nm-1 I. Rm. L. l.m1 pliwc. Nl. Maxim: R. lun llill. H. llmlnllcdinli. El TR.-XCR 'ILEANT nsl rote: ll. Lord, KZ. l'n'ansford. ll, Hughes, H. Austin, ll. llennett, C, llemi llrx er 1'1'on1l I-I Dwyer, nl. Gill, nl. Mul- xev. R. Miller, j. England, R. Murphy. bl. Nlarmaris. R. Tessier Q. McLeod, Del Vecchio, Mr. C. Deming " W' Je. K FQ . 'f 5.17 - 73457 .. , X, O A VoA'1fg6j' ng, R. Dtbata. Nl. row: Mr. Rudert, GOLF TEAM Douglas. nl. Newman. Track The indoor track season of '38--'39 was ab- breviated because of lack of facilities and lack of a coach. Aldrich scored three pointsftwo in the shotput and one in the high-jump. The outdoor season found us depending upon a few veterans from last year. lX'e used our new track for the first time this year, and be- cause of its aid in developing trackmen Al- drich can look forward to continued success. Golf The golf team had a verv successful vear during lEl:58. Ihen' leant won all ol its matches in their regular schedule. ln the state cham- pionships, LaSalle won the two games played and Aldrich thereby lost its chance to hold the crown for the second consecutive year. Captain Considering the fact that we lost Bill Newman and that we have a good crop of aspirants for our team our chances for this year look very good. 'l'li.XNI olf loss Claplain. W. Newman: IL. McI,eotl. 'l'. Newtnan, C. Deming, Lyons Page Sr'w'nIy our JS 500 L RTS f TR f Q Pk THC 'PG' PPEUUPPCRS L OUR Qogfs 1 i 1 N A A 'ez A A ,... Q-if . 1 l L5 U' 5 I L1 X 1' 5 f ' 4. Ni k NWS 'r-uewf-ze oee 'PQQWPLUS QWMN Qsixs J , ' i l ,Q , . , W .1 Q 5 Q, 5 44 S . X Q. 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I XI 53714 II' I I S fwoonnrrz 511 iii - I I A Q2 -It A1 Lisa-Y , - ,M 53 Crmzffzliments of ALUMNI ARTHUR BUDLONG CLAIRE TUTTLE DONALD TUTTLE BEVERLY RUBERY VIRGINIA SHEPARD NVENONA MACOMBER LYDIA BLACKXVOOD ALBERT G. ANGUS, -IR. ARTHUR ANDELL FLORENCE PARKS HENRY J. COOPER HAZEL SCOTT CHESTER A. DOUGLAS JOSEPH 12. MCKEON GEORGE E. SENERCHIA CAROLYN H. GULF RUTH E. SHAILER h T MARSHALL ROBERTSO IN CATHERINE SMITH HENRY MCCORMICK Page Slf1Nf?lIy-f0'IlI' C Omplimenls Of ALUM I MURIEL E. CULL VIOHN LOPES OLIVER CRESWICK MARIAN J. BRONVN GEORGE B. JOHNSTON PEARL F. GALLOXVAY KENNETH Boss EMILY S. PLACE EVELYN G. KLAUSEN ELSIE M. COUPE FRED K. BATTLE, JR. ELEANOR A. YVHEELER HELEN I. SELBY OLIVE B. ANDERSON EDNA LOUISE BOOD DORIS LEONARD FRANCIS E. RUSACK WE URGE Expert Auto Repairs YOU CAS OIL GREASE T0 RENTAL BATTERIES PATRONIZE N Warwick Avenue OUR A Lakewood ADVERTISERS Page Sc'wfr1ly-pvc Cmnjnlirnents of Compliments of CLASS CLASS of of 1 939 1 940 Mr. Mclieon. This jar contains a deadly gas. What steps would you lake if it escaped? Doris Neary' Long ones Compliments of C0ml2Iiments of CLASS CLASS of of 1941 1942 Page Smfmly-s1'x Cmnpliments of CLASS Compliments of CLASS of of 1943 1944 joe fsputteringj: There was Z1 worm in that apple I just ate! Betty: Take a drink of water and wash it down. joe: Aw, let the old thing walk down! Aldrich P. T. A. President--MRS. CARLTON NORTH First Vin' President - MRS. GEORGE BARKER Seeond Vire President-MRS. HAROLD F. SCOTT Serretary-MRS. YVILLIAM MASON Treasurer-MR. FRANK B, YVIGHT First Delegate-MRS. HENRY YVARD Semnd Delegate-MRS. JOSEPH ROHLOFF Third Delegate-MRS. LEONARD SCHO- FIELD First Alternate-MRS, HELEN LOVEGREN Serond Alternate-MRS. CHRISTY DXVYER Third Alternate-MRS. LEAH BOUTIN Membership Committee-MRS. ANDREW ANDERSON CHAIRMEN Publicity-MRS. HARRY CHURCH Pa rent- Tearher Magazine-MRS. CHRISTX DWVYER Nlusie-MISS EILEEN NIACMANNUS Ways and Means-MIR. HENRY COOPER Child Welfare-MR. HAROLD F. SCOTT Hospimmy-MRS. A. E. MORRIS Lillfdfill-lwllss RUTH YOUNG Page Seventy seven BRUNO'S MARKET Meat, Fruits and Groceries 825 Apponaug Road Norwood, R. I. Tcl. XVI. 3433 Compliments of MR. AND MRS. ALDEN SEABURY BISHOP AUTO SERVICE Main Slrccl QAt the Bridgej Pawluxct, R. I. Tcl. WI. 9328 COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE MILLS SERVICE STATION 1893 Elmwood Avenue Norwood, R. I. Tires, Tubes, Batteries Tydol Gasoline Veedol Molor Oil THE SERVICE STATION THAT SERVES Phone WI. 9-I03 JOSEPH MILLS '1'l'alI1ic Cop: Use your noon Lady: My goodness! Wh Ile, lady! Use your noodle! ere is il? I've pushed and pulled everything in the cur The Remington Funeral Home 1604 BROAD STREET HOOD'S MILK An Ideal Food with Your School Lunch UU H. P. Hood is Sons 135 HARRIS AVENUE PROVIDENCE, R. I. DExter 302-I Page Slfifdllly-Elglll WARD'S SERVICE STATION TEXACO Gas Oil Greases 570 Wlarwick Avenue Lakewood, R. I. MORETTI'S BARBER SHOP QFORMERLY BRIDGE BARBER snow On the Bridge Pawtuxet SWEETHEART DO-NUT CO. INC. 95 Broad Street Providence, R. I. MA 1111 ing 6010 Special Attention to Lodges, Cliurrlies and Schools PIONEER FOOD STORES PAUL MILLER, P l'c1 p. Groceries, Meats and Vegetables Tel. YVI. 9258 595 Post Road Norwood, R. I. "I'll examine you for 3B10.00," said the doctor. "All right," said the patient, "and if you find il, I'll give you half." LOOK FOR THE SEAL It Is Your Assurance of Genuine Paciyie Clear Flame AGENT FOR PROVIDENCE GAS COM- PANY ELECTROLUX--GAS S'l'OVES- YVATER HEATER Range Oil WILLIAM H. SMITH R- E- NIILLER Plumbing Heating 2 Peck Street I Pawtuxety R' I. 22 2 Broad Street Controlled Quality from Oilwcll to Consumer TCI- HO- 0550 RCS. WI. 1239 Compliments of LEON S. SANDERS Real Estate Insurance 187 Westminster Street Providence, R. I. Compliments of JAMES MINER Variety Store I-Iillsgrove Page Seventy nine BICYCLES Columbia and the Famous English Raleigh's-Repairs and Service on All Makes CARRIAGE WHEELS RETIRED PROVIDENCE CYCLE SHOP 314 Broad Street Opposite Louttil Llllllllllf R. C. GUSTAFSON .IOHNSON'S Roohng A ICC General House Repazrs and 134 jewett Street . Providence, R. I. Freshhplcked Tel. PI,zmlalions 6908 MllShf00mS Bill: Have you forgotten that two bits you owe me? Ed: No, didn't you see me try and duck when I saw you coming? QUINN'S ATHLETIC GOODS Ifishing Tarklrf, Guns, Ammunition Riding Apparel llezuelry, Optiral Goods 235 Weybosset Street Providence, R. I. High Grade Monuments VVM. P. PELLETT Sc SONS, Inc l887 Elmwood Avenue Phone XVI. 2440 Tel. GR. l322-W' Tel. GR. l322--I STELLEY Xa EASTMAN Eleftrififlrzs Cedar Tree Point, Apponaug, R. I. l03 Pontiac Road, Apponaug, R. I. PAWTUXET VALLEY MOTOR EXPRESS Daily Services to and from PAWVTUXET PROVIDENCE YVEST YVARYVICK APPONAUG AND EAST GREENYVICH Page Eighty Comfzliments of Compliments of SENATOR LAREwoon w1t.t,1AM B. SWEENEY BOWLING AIALEYS JAMES DooLEx' EVERY DAY IS CLEANING DAY YVITH US CAPRON'S PIONEER STORE R. I. Rug Works 716 North Main Street 95 Fair Street Pawtuxet, R. I. . Provtdence, R. I. xxYI. 9574 Let Us Help Do Your Spring Houseclezutiug Telephones DExter 8526-8521-8522 Dear Mr. Colgate: I bought zt tube ol' your shaving crezun. lt says: "No mug required." What shall I slmve? Ofllce GA. 7059 Res. HO. 0423 A. W. MILNER Packing and Moving Swanson Bros. 194 Cranston Street . Providence, R. I. Grocery and Market C0"lPlime'm of 65 KILVERT STREET BUTTERFIELDS DRUG STORE HILLSGROVE, R. I. Broad Street Pawtuxet Page Eighty-one Lloyd W. Hang PROVIDENCE, R. I. Compliments of THOMAS PERRY'S BARBER SHOP Pawtuxet, R. I. O We Specialize in Styling MA. 1479 NEW YORKER BEAUTY SALON Best of Candy Supplied at W"1k"n S6""i'6 . ROOMS 306-307 Aldrlch 164 lflfeybosset Street Providence, R. I. XVOIIIZIII fin the cloorwnyj: Are I the same mam lllill :llc my hiscuils last week? 'l'rump: No, mum, I'll never be the same mam again. KINGS SERVICE STATION Compliments of Gasoline, Oil and Lubrication Services The C. 86 W. Cleansing TIRES AND TUBES I3A'I"I'ERIES CHARGED AND RENTALS Compliments of COUNCILMAN GEORGE B. SALTER and Dyeing Company O BROCKTON, MASS. Page Eighty-two Compliments of R. S: D. HARDWARE CO. "Your Hardware Store" Conimicut, R. I. PROGRESSIVE BEAUTY PARLOR 1294 Eddy Street Providence, R. I. uma AND DANCE A'r CARDI'S INN Italian, American Cooking a Specialtv 315 West Shore Road Shawomet Beach, R. I. No Cover or Minimum Charge For Reservation Call YV. Neck 561 FUREY F. CARDI, Prop. Phone HO. 5767 TIFFANY PRINTING CO. Effective Commercial Printing Wlarwick Ave., at Washington Street Lakewood, R. I. First Boarder: These cakes are as hard as stone. Second Boarder: I know. Didn't you hear the landlady say, "Take your pick," when she handed them around? WARWICK OIL COMPANY Conimicut, R. I. Range and Fuel Oils Master Kraft Burners Tel. Wk. Nk. 286 C. D. CARLIN, Prop. TEMKIN TOBACCO AND GENERAL CANDY CO. 171 Chestnut Street Providence, R. I. Tel. GA. 5432 ARROW SYSTEM Lawrence, Massachusetts BASEBALL BASES, DUFFLE BAGS GYMNASIUM MATS HOXSIE DAIRY FARM Milk and Cream J. E. MATHEWVSON Page Eighty-three Telephone Connection USE GAS SUGARMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE THE BETTER FUEL N l I Dry Goods and lxztrlufn Furnishings Shoes and Rubbers FOR 266 Prairie Avenue Providence, R. I. COOKING WATER HEATING ROBERTSONS REFRIGERATION SOCONY STATION . Elmwood Avenue and Apponaug Rd. Provldence Gas Company Norwood, R. I. XVI. 9523 Mrs. Madden: Judy! WVhat on earth has happened to your coat? Il's full of holes! -Indy: Aw, nothing. IVe were playing dairy, and I was the Swiss cheese. PIONEER FOOD STORE J. s. soUTo 1634 Elmwood Avenue Cranston, Rhode Island E. MITENIUS SIGN CO. Neon Signs and Service-Signs of All Kinds 37 Broad Street Providence Tel, GA. 1354 SPECIAL OCCASIONS--LATE SERVICE BERNICE'S Southern Fried Chicken Dinners YVORLITS LARGEST HOT DOG Elmwood at Post Road Norwood, R. I. Phone XVI. 9393 ROY A. STINSON Funeral Home 10 Beach Avenue Conimicut, R. I. AMBULANCE SERVICE Tel. Warwick Neck 40 Page Eighty-four Compliments of Warwick Democratic City Committee Fzmncr: I'n1 goin' in ter town. Anytliin' I can git fer you? His wife: You might bring home one of those jars of "traIIic jam" that I hear zulvertised so much. F. AND W. GRAND Comiflimfnfs Of 5-10-25-1.00 Store 346 Westminster Street Providence, R. I. Compliments of MR. Sc MRS. ENOCH ROUN MARY E. CAMPBELL Interested in Children's VVe1fare MAY WE SERVE You T HROUGH THE YICARQ GERRY 84 SLOCUM Radio Specialists 2159 Broad Street Edgewood, Rhode Island Page Eigh ty-Him Telephone GA. 2010 Residence HO. 6521 INA RWICK BRASS FOUNDRY MoRGAN 24 soNs Butler E? S0118 Lincoln Park, Rhodc Island Catellmls foll OCCa5i0nS 272-274 CRANSTON STREET Comjzlimmils of RHODES ON-THE-PAVVTUXET lhmring l'V!fCl7ll'Sdlly and Snlurdny Nights PROVIDENCE, R. I. CHARLES L. BUTLER, Ir. A Proprietor Why Not Arrznigc for Your Reunion all Rhodes Oliver: KVM George XV:ishinglon honest? Billy: Why, sure. Oliver: Then why do lhey close the hunks on his birthday? New Tuxedos fOr Hipg Comjnliments of READ 55 L jENNIE'S VIHITE A' iff ICE CREAM PARLOR MEN'S X I- ' N ' IO93 Elmwood Avenue 1foRMAL c:i.o'1'HEs 1 RENTED READ G WHITE w FOR ALL PAW1 UXEI1 SHOE REPAIR OCCASIONS 0 Work Done While You Wai! NVoolworlh Bldg. Providence ' "SEE ANDY" Next to Fily I-Izlll Guspcc 3-H7 2189 M2 Broad Strcct Page liigllly-six Phone NVk. Nk. 561 GEORGE P. ALLEN Painting, Pnperllrmgiilg VVlliff?'lUIl.Y1Ii7lg and Glazing Il YEARS IVITH FAY'S 'I'I-II'iA'I'RE Coniinicut, R. I. Morris Timmermzui Ben-Grass MAnning 1564 HEP-DELICAFE Quality lJ6liI'lIif?SSf"?1 and IfK.YlIl1lIYIIIl TIVO ENTRANCES l69 X'Veybosset and Middle Street FREE DELIVERY RENDINES MARKET Fine Groreries and llleats For Wines and Beer Pzitronile Our Liquor Store in the Sznne Building XVarwick Neck 507-R Wlest Shore Road, Coniinicut, R. I. For Service That Excels TECHNICAL SERVICE STATION CARL A. LARSON, Jr. S0l'0Tly Gas and Oils I478 Elmwood Avenue Cranston, R. I. XVllli1nns 9399 Soprano: llid you notice how my voice filled the uuditoriutn? Contraltoz I did. Several people left to tnzike room for il. STEP BY STEP Make Your Home All - Electric il- The Narragansett Electric Company Part of New England Pozvrr Assoriatinn Where You ALWAYS Shop with Conhdmzrc P11 1 fIQllfX'SI1ll!I Compliments and Best Wishes Mayor Albert P. Ruerat Tom: I thought that Dick was your friend. Nvhy tlon't you speak to him? Harry: He was in Europe lust summer and he sent me 11 post card saying. "IVish you were here." Tom: XVlmt's the mutter with that? Harry: It was a picture of a cemetery. , Fresh Cream Butter and Eggs Edgewood S9C1"9'E211'19,I RE1XIINGTON'S DAIRY Chocolate Milk Coffee Milk School A PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Intensive Courses in all Secretarial Subjects Placement Bureau - Individual Instruction Phone XVIIIIZIIIIS 72l0 or YVrite 198 ARMINGTON STREET EDGENVOOD, RHODE ISLAND Grade "A" and Pusteurized Tel. VAlley 1034 Fiskeville, R. I. Cream Top Milk Ilireley's Ornngeade Buttermilk Pure Tomato juice WE. 5435 WE. 3518 Ollice and Quarry Residence Ricci Sc Ricci EXCAVATING Co. General Contractors SAND-GRAVEL-CRUSHED STONE BULLDOZER-TRAILER SERVICE Phenix Avenue II8 Pocasset Ave. Cranston, R. I. Providence, R. I. Page Eighty-eight C. H. HUNT Florist 29 Majestic Street Providence, R. I. Tel. HO. 3578-XVI. lI7l MAnning 7808 GERSHKOFF BODY AND RADIATOR CO. 235 Broad Street Providence, R. I. Apponaug Bakery "Good Things to Eat" MAIN STREET APPONAUG, RHODE ISLAND Boy fro lion-Runner in czlgej : That grocer Lion TIIZIIIICFZ Send him in is here with his hill again, trying to collect. Norwood Motor Company 946 APPONAUG ROAD NORINOOD, R. I. Tcl. XVI. 2200 Chevrolet Sales and Service HIGH GRADE USED CARS POST ROAD SERVICE Hillsgrove, Rhode Island Tel. Greenwood H85 Prop., E. SXVEITZER Compliments of JOSEPH MILLS REPRESENTATIVE Page Eigllty-nine Compliments of Keep the Schools Wlell DR. IIVILLARD C. BUNDY Dentist DR. RALPH F. PERKINS Lociawoon Te'ePh""e 0560 1478 Broad Street Providence, R. I. Compliments of Compliments of DR. J. BIDERMAN ARTHUR E. HARDY, M. D. Dentist Pawtuxet, R. I. Helly Lzuly: Boy, call me u uxi! Bell-hoy: All right, you're 1 taxi, but you look like a truck to me Compliments of Compliments of DR. ALPHONSE W. LUPOLI DR. RICHARD S.ARI.IN Compliments of Compliments of DR. SPEARMAN DR. RAYINIOND LUFT Page Ninety Compliments of Compliments of EUGENE DELPHIN THE NIAIN PENCIL PRODUCTS Co. Printer Norwood, R. I. GEORGE I. BABCOCK, Prop. A BABCOCK SUPER SERVICE Cmnpmnems of Gas, Oil and Grease SlIIl0lllllIlg and Automobile Painting Cars Called For and Delivered I 1343 Broad Street Washington Park Tel. XVI. 9126 CLINTON XV. SHELTRA. Mgr. Teacher: XVhere is the home of the swallow? june Smith: ln the stomach. Nunn-Bush Dr. Chase's XV. L. Douglas HARRY B. STOCKARDQ limp. WASHINGTON PARK GRANTS STORE SHOE STORE MON THE SQUARE" Oldest Grocery Store in Pazutuxet l482 Broad Street Telephone Connection WI. 9242 Hosiery Hand Bags WIIIHHHIS 9556 Compliments of Uh! Meikle ohn conve- Pianos of Distinction-Hammond Organ 27 Iflleybosset Street Providence, Rhode Island Established l885 Page Ninety-one BISHOP AND HARRIS, INC. XVARXVICK PLYM OUTH-DE SOTO DEALER FINE USED CARS I Main Street Pawtuxet HO. 6100 PIONEER FOOD STORE 'l'o Better Serve the Public Grmvfrirfs, Meats, Fruit and Vl?gl'lIlII1f?S B i rds-rfyrf Frosted Foods LIQUOR WINE BEER VVest Shore Road Conimicut COZY YARN SHOPPE Harrington Avenue Norwood, R. I. MRS. C. EDWVARDS Tired 'l'e:u:hel': Manny students are ents removed from the hcztn. like colfee-98 per cent of the active ingredi- Crmzpliments of GREEN LANTERN BEAUTY CHURCH AVENUE GREENHoUsE wiLFRm jomss, Prop. SHOP 34 Church Avenue Shawomet, R. I Nvztrwick Neck 366 BURKE'S STORE , Compliments of 1045 Wfarwick Avenue PHIHCC Cafdem DONALD R. 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