Aldrich High School - Reminder Yearbook (Lakewood, RI)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1950 volume:
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Success-the accomplishment of a purpose as the dic-
tionary defines it-is only achieved through hard work. The
amount of energy a person has put into his work can be
measured by the degree of his success. If he is a huge suc-
cess, you know that he has only achieved that success
through long hours of diligent labor. The success of a play
gives a clue to the amount of practice there was before the
final performance. A success means weeks and even months
of nerve-wracking, monotonous rehearsals.
MR RAYMOND AMEND
Throughout the years Mr Amend has
been a vital cog in the wheel that has made
all activities at Aldrlch a great success Al
ways ready to help some organization put on
a better showing always ready to give his
time to the everyday affairs of school life
always the man to see if you need something
in a hurry-all these phrases describe Mr.
Amend perfectly And so at this time the
Class of 1950 wishes to express its humble
thanks and dedicates to him this issue of
MR HORACE E HOBBS
MR CHARLES B MAC KAY
Superintendent of Schools
MR HAROLD F SCOTT
MR WILLIAM F FLANAGAN
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In her years at Aldrich Miss Rafanelli
has influenced the paths and lives of many
classes and individuals through her guidance
and helping ways. It is because we felt we
needed her that we chose her as our class
advisor. And now we, the Class of 1950,
wish to express our devoted thanks for the
leadership she has given us in our senior
MISS GRACE RAFANELLI
Allda B Walsh
B S M S
Damel Turner AB
Edna C Shanlev EdB
Barbaral D111 Ed B
Catherme T Murray
Olga Nllaon A B
EStherR Conlm Ed
Margaret F Earlev
Margaret P Gannon
W11l1am G Farrell A B
Mary A Gallano Ed B
Elwabeth M Doyle
Alfred E Saute A B
Antonette E Cannao
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SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Joaeph H Rohloff B S M S Carmela E Santoro Ed B M A
iDepartment Head! fDepartment Headl
A Melvm Blackvsell M A Francls T Crawley Ed B
Theodore F Hoffman Ed B Edward E Hart A B
Wllllam R Dunn Ph B JamesI Mournlghan Ph B M Ed
Stanley V MadlSOH B S
Marguerlte E Robertaon A B M A Elma Pme Dmkmgon B C S
ID9D3I't1Tl9Ht Headl Antonette E Cannao A B ln C E D M Ed
Grace L Rafanelll Ed B Wallace F Sulllvan B S 1n B A
Wallace F Sulhvan B S 1n B A W1ll1am G Farrell A B
JHTTIGS D WMFCH Ed B Mary McSweeney Student Teacher
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MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Myrtle E. Godwin, B. C. S., A. B. in C. Ed.
Chester G Douglas
Ralph G Scott
MHTIO Pera Presldent of the R I
Constance Turner B S Student
Mary E Turner B S
Edlth G Whltaker B S
ART DEPARTMENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Dorothy Desmond B A E DEPARTMENT
Raymond S Amend B S John R Rudert B S M Ed
Mars G Trefethen Andrena B Doran B S M A
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Damel Turner A B M A EISIB Salmon
SIXTH GRADE TEACHERS
Mrs Elwabeth C Harrmgton
Mrs Katherme L MCGUIDHCSS
Mrs. Hannah L. Trapp
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THE CLASS OF 1950
Flrst row left to rxght M Mllls
J Sandberg E Brown J Houde
Second row A Fletcher J Des
Rocl1gesSM1sks Rafanelh W Devan
Thlrd row B Burnett K Mof
Presldent Allen O Brlen
Secretary Shlrley MOFFISOH
Treasurer Wllllam Devaney
MISS Grace Rafanelh
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Seated left to xlght J Houde S BT01118011 B Castllcone D Talllng P Smlth
E Blexsch C Scott D Scott lx Roun E D1Cecco
Second IOXX E Mchvxen J Smlth M Rosenquzst J Sandbelg M Mllls R Rey
nolds J Thompson E Schleleln G Glandchamp 'VI 01961 J Whelan T MacLean
Thnd IOW J DcsRoches A Fletche1 J Kelllhel I' Rathbun A OB11en J Wal
lace C Bxshop R Solgel W Halter C Blandleth
THE RHODE ISLAND HONDR SOCIETY
We wlsh to congratulate the thlrtv three senlors who were elected
to the Rhode Island Honor SOCl6tX Thev are as follows
Allen O Brlen
THE D A R f0OD LIfI7ElNSHIP PILGRIM
KRISTINA ROD N
As a result of wotlng bx the glrls of the senlor class and
the members of the facultx Kr1st1na Roun wx as selected as
the Good Cltlzenshlp P1lgr1m for thls xear The cholce vsas
based upon the folloulng four quahtles deslrable 1n good
Dependabllltx xxhxch lncludes truthfulness losaltx
Serv1ce cooperatlon courtess conslderatlon for
Leadershlp personalltx self control, ab1l1tx to assume
Patrlotlsm unselfish lnterest ln famllx school com
munltx and natlon
Thzs 0110111 zs made annually by thf Col Chnstopher
Greene Chapfei of the Dnzfghters of the Amerzcan Rem
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SENIOR PLAY CAST
Seated left to rlght N Jubmv1lle M Rosenqulst B Callaway P Smlth J
Bennett, D Scott L Pearson E LaPlante
Standmg M Magee K Roun N MacLean L Tarsa J Thompson J DesRoches
R Armfield C Scott, I Baker, E Ble1sch B VanEck
THE SENIOR PLAY
On Frlday December 2 1949 the
senlors presented the play, The Flghtlng
Llttles The play was wrltten by Carollne
Francke and was adapted from the novel
of the same name by Booth Tarklngton
fln Order of AppearanceJ
Almatlna 20 who runs the kltchen Tlna Roun
Cousln Ollta 43 a comfortable sort
Ham Ellers 18 who IS a regular guy
Mr Llttle 48 who xs not so cross as he sounds
G00dl6 16 who IS almost too beautlful
Antomette 12 vs ho thlnks Fllmer IS wonderful
Cuckoo 17 yust that Dlane Scott
Screwball 17 dltto Esther LaPlante
Henrlette 20 an enchantress from the South
Norman Peel 21 who 1S Fathers choxce
Mrs Halpeddle xx ho thlnks Dxcky 1S wonderful
Dlcky Harpeddle 16 who IS somethmg
of a problem Joseph DesRoches
MISS Pologa 30 who IS sensltlve
Dzfrector MISS OLGA NILSON
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JEAN ANN AGUIRE
319 Atlantic Ave Lakewood
Reminder Advertising Busi
ness Board 4 Reminder Lit
erary Board 4 Sports Night
1 Fashion Show 1 Cafeteria
ROBERT JOSEPH ARMFIELD
53 Sand Pond Rd. Norwood
Football 3 4' Track 2 3 4'
Senior Play' Glee Club 2'
Musical Review 2' Gym Ex-
hibition 2, 4' Sock 8.1 Buskin
3, 4g R. I. Music Festival 2.
269 Narragansett Pkwy
Gym Exhibition 2 Science
Club 4 H1 Y 4 Photography
B WILLIAM ARNOLD
44 Osceola Ave. Gaspee Plateau
Baseball 1' Football 1 2'
Basketball 1 2 3 4' Science
Club 4' Executive Committee
DONALD C ALMY
89 Benedict Rd Pawtucket
Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2
3 4 Track 3 4 Glee Club 1
3 4 Mus1calRev1ew 1 3 4
Gym Exh1b1t1on2 R I Music
Festival 3 4 N E Music
Atlantic Ave. Lakewood
Basketball 1 2 3 4' Foot
ball 3 45 Baseball 4' Gym
Exhibition 2, 35 Spanish Club
29 Delaware Ave Lmcoln Park
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball
2 3 Band 1 2 Football 4
Gym Exhlbltlon 2
CARL WALTER BISHOP
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Glee Club
1 3 4 Spamsh Club 4
LLOYD A BAKER
13 Canonchet Lane
JAYNE A BENNETT
37 Clearwater St
Obllgmg You all fSen1or Playj
Remlnder Salesman 1 Com
petltlon Play 1 Sclence Club
1 4 Remmder AdV8TtlS1I1g'
Llterary Board 4 Senlor
Play Spanlsh Club 4
EDITH B BLEISCH
291 No Country Club Dr
Sports Nlght 1 2 3 4 Band
2 3 4 R I State Ba d
3 4 N E Muslc F6StlVaI
2 3 4 R I Musxc Festlval
2 3 4 Muslcal REVIEW 1
4 Orchestra 1 2
Debatlng 1 Band 2 3 N E
Muslc Festival 2 3 R I
Muslc Festlval 2 3 Sock 8z
Spanish Club 4 Senlor Play
Gym Exhlbxtxon 2
2004 Elmwood Ave Norwood
Glee Club 3 4 Muslcal Re
v1ew2 3 4 N E MUSIC Fes
t1val3 4 R I Muslc Festl
val 3 4 Gym Exh1b1t1on 1
Cafeterla Corps 2 3 4 Re
mmder Salesman 3 Band 3
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CHARLES A BRANDRETH
307 Elm St Norwood
ELINOR LOUISE BROWN
19 Mllton Rd Lakewood
Nlce as ple
Glee Club 1 Fashlon Show 1
4 Cheerleader 3 4 YTeen
2 Sports Night 1 Reminder
Llterary Board 4 Homeroom
Representatlve 4 Musxcal Re
vlew 1 Office Staff 1 4
MARION L BRICKER
29 Thor Place Palace Gardens
Sports Nlght 2 3 Senxor
Play Library Alde 4 Gym
Exhlbltlon 1 2 Fashlon Show
HENRY A L BROWN
6 Manor Dr Sprlng Green
Qulet tlll known
Sclence Club 1 2 3 4 H1Y
2 Gym Exh1b1t1on 1
ARCHIE C H BROWN JR
71 Fowler St Sprmg Green
Happy go lucky
Tops wlth all
Gym Exh1b1t1on 1
149 George St Norwood
PETER D BUCKLEY
12 Bay Side Ave Pawtuxet
Everybody s friend
ELMER A CALDWELL
1003 Post Rd Norwood
Liked by all
Debating Club 4
BRUCE B BURNETT
575 Fair St Gaspee Plateau
HIY 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4
Aldrichite 3 4 Homeroom
Representative 2 4 Execu
tive Board 2 4 Football 1
BARBARA ANN CALLAWAY
102 Gould Ave Norwood
Busy as a bee
Glee Club 1 3 4' Band 2'
Senior Play' Office Staff '
Musical Review 1 2 3 4' Re-
minder Literary Board 4' Mu-
sic Festival 2 3 4' Cafeteria
Corps 3' Y-Teen 2.
ROY HENRY CAHILL
123 Budlong Ave Norwood
Band 1 Glee Club 1 Musical
Review 1 Gym Exhibition 1
Debating Club 4
99 Canonchet Ave
P A X A
269 Adams St Lakewood
Glee Club 2 3 Fashion Show
1 4 Library Aide 2 Y Teen
2 Sports Night 1 2 3 Musi
cal Review 2 3 Gym Exhi
bltlOIl 1 R I Music Festival
2 N E Music Festival 2 3
DONALD R CONLON
15 Roosevelt St Pawtuxet
Football 1, 2 3' Track .
MARJORIE L CHERMS
152 Jefferson St Lakewood
Glee Club 2 3 YTeen 1
Fashlon Show 2 4 Sports
Night 1 2 3 Musical Review
2 3 Gym Exhibition R
Music Fest1val2 3 N E Mu
sic Festival 3
CHESTER J COOK
41 Yale Ave Gaspee Plateau
Track 3 4.
HAROLD EDWARD COOK
1337 Narragansett Pkwy
Stick to it ive
Band 1 2 Musical Review 1
2 Photography Club 3 4
Science Club 4 H1 Y 4 Bas
ketball 4 Gym Exhibition 1
2 N E Music Festival 1 2
R I Music Festival 1 2
DONALD J COTE
14 Lane 1 Gaspee Point
Track 2 3 4' Football 2 3 4
Glee Club 2 3 4' Musical Re
view 2 3 4' N. E. Music Fes
tival 3 4' R. I. Music Festi
v 2 3 4.
73 Abbey Ave., Gaspee Plateau
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Musical Re-
v'ew 2 3, 4
JOSEPH HAMEL DesROCHES
114 Newfleld Ave Lakewood
Football 1 2 3 4 Class Vice
President 1 3 4 Sock 8: Bus
kin 1 2 3 4 Thespians 1 2
3 4 Glee Club 1 4 Spanish
Club 4 Macbeth 2 Musical
Review 1 4 Gym Exhibition
3 State Competition Play 1
2 3 Semor Play Junior
100 Toledo Ave., Spring Green
Yearning for sports
Track 2g Football 3, 45 Bas-
ketball 1' Musical Review 3'
Glee Club 2 3 Gym Club 3
122 George St Lakewood
Spanlsh Club 4 Glee Club 4
Gym Exhibition 2 Musical
Review 1 4 Stage Crew 4
R I Music Festival 4
LLOYD H. DAVIS
401 Fair St., Gaspee Plateau
Macbeth 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Science
Club 4' Basketball 2' Gym
121 Post Rd Pawtuxet
Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball
1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4
Debating Club 2 Sock 8: Bus
kin 3 4 Speaking Contest 3
4 Spanish Club 4 Class
Treasurer3 4 Aldrichite 1 2
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ELIZABETH A D1CECC0 CARL EDWARD DJUSBERG DOROTHY ANN ELLIS
1361 Post Rd Norwood 32 Country Club Dr 82 sachem Ave Lakewood
Library Aide 1 2 Gym Ex
h1b1t1on 2 Reminder Sales
man 3 Reminder Literary
Board 4 Cafeteria Corps 1 2
Oi'Iice Staff 2 3 4 Fashion
Show 1 4 Reminder Adver
l',lSII'lg Business Board 4
MARGARET LOUISE EVERY
316 Maple St Norwood
Leaders Corps 4' Sock Ez
Buskin 1 2 3 4' Debating
Club 1' Cafeteria Corps 1 2
3 4' Musical Review 1 4'
Glee Club 1 4' Sports Night
Football 1 2 3 Track 3 H1
Y 4 Spanish Club 4 Gym
Exhibltlon 1 Stage Crew 4
CLAIRE ANN FAVA
58 Kentucky Ave Lincoln Park
Y-Teen 2' Musical Review 2'
Glee Club 2' Aldrichite 4'
Reminder Literary Board 4'
Gym Exhibition 1 2 3' Cheer-
leader 2 3 4' Leaders Corps
3 4' Sports Night 1 2 3 4
AI AW JOHN FLETCHER
14 Westfield Rd Gaspee Plateau
Executive Committee 1 3 4'
Class Treasurer 1' Aldrichite
4' Photography Club 2 3 4
President 2 3 4' Debating
Club 3' Science Club 3 4'
Good Will 3 4' Basketball 1
JAMES H FRANSON BETTY LOUISE GAVITT
96 Benbrldge Ave Lakewood 1901 Post Rd Hlllsgrove
Photography Club 2 3 4
Sclence Club 3 4 Track 3 4
Lane 8 322 Gaspee Pomt Beach
Lover of horses
Refl eshmg personallty
Aldx 1ch1te 1 4 Remlnder L1t
erary Board 3 4 Art Staff KL
Stage Crew 1 2 3 4 Lead
ers Corps 3 4
Bundle of charm
Terrlflc on the dance floor
Cheerleader 3 4 Good Wlll 1
2 3 4 Vlce Presldent 3 Gym
Exhlbxtlon 1 2 Muslcal Re
v w 2 3 4 Competltxon
Play 1 Band 2 3 Remlnder
Llterary Board 4 Speaklng
Contest 1 2 3 R I Music
Festlval 2 3
MYRTLE R GREER
1688 Post Rd Hlllsgrove
You should know her'
Aldrlchlte 4 Sports Nlght 1
2 Y Teen VICC Presldent 2
Glee Club 2 Muslcal Revlew
2 4 Gym Exh1b1t1on 2 Re
mlnder L1tera1y Board 3 4
Cheerleader 2 3 4
JANET IENORE GAVITT
1901 Post Rd Hlllsgrove
Muslcal Revlew 2 3 4 Glee
Club 2 3 Sports Nlght 1
Gym Exhlbxtlon 1 2 Remm
der Llterary Board 4 Cafe
terla Corps 1 Music Festl
PATRICIA JO ANNE
64 Rosegarden St
Cafeteua Corps 1 2 Sports
Ixllght 2 L1b1a1y Alde 1 2
Remmder L1te1a1y Board 4
Gym Exhlbltlon 1 2 Y Teen
2 Fashlon Show 1 4
RUSSELL F HACKETT
20 Earlham Way Hxllsgrove
Football 3 4 Band 1 2 Scl
ence Club 2 Orchestra 2 3
Muslcal Revlew 2 Gym Ex
RAYMOND A HEATON
42 Benedlct Rd
Yearnmg for college
Macbeth 2 Aldrlchlte 2 3
Photography Club 3 4 Re
mmder Llterary Board 4
Competltlon Play 2 Sclence
Club 1 2 3 4 Sock 8: Buskln
2 3 4 Debatmg Club 2 3
RICHARD M HARRIGAN
147 Landon Rd Warwlck Downs
Gym Exh1b1t1on 1 2 Glee
Club 1 MuS1Cal Revlew
54 Shlrley St Lakewod
Basketball 1 4 Band 1 2 3
4 Glee Club 4 H1 Y 1 2
Muslcal Revlew 1 2 3 4
Debatlng Club 1 R I MUSIC
Fest1val2 3 4 N E Musxc
F stlval 2 3 4 Cafeterla
Corps 1 Rernlnder Llterary
235 Thlrd Ave Norwood
Stockroom Attendant Flrst
Assxstant 3 4 Safety Club
Presldent 3 4
JOAN ELLEN HOUDE
204 Sand Pond Rd Nolwood
Sorts Night 1 2 3 4 Y
Teen 2 3 Remlnder Lltexary
Board 4 Leaders Corps 4
Llbrary Alde 2 Gym Exhxbl
t1on 2 Executlve C0mm1tt89
ROSE EVELYN HUGHES
13 Parker St Gaspee Plateau
Shes full of fun
Sports Nlght 1 2 Musxcal
Revlew 1 Glee Club 1 Y
Teen 2 Remmder Llterary
Board 4 Llbrary Alde 2
Cafeterma Corps 2
1120 Narragansett Pkwy
Young and ambltlous
Track 3 4 Football 2 3 4
Muslcal Review 1 2 3 4
Glee Club 2 3 4 Assembly
Programs 1 2 3 4
GILBERT M JOHNSON
1184 Post Rd Norwood
C ood natured
Football 2 4 Baseball 4 Glee
Club 2 3 4 Sock Sz Buskln
2 3 4 Macbeth 2 Debatlng
Club 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 4
Muslcal REVIEW 2 3 4
PHILLIP J KERKHOFF
206 Pme St Norwood
Football 3 Debatlng Club 3
4 Scxence Club 4 Gym Ex
h1b1t1on 1 2
111 Harrmgton Ave Norwood
Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 2
3 4 MUSlCalReV1eW 2 3 4
Remmder Lxterary Board 4
Twlrler 1 2 3 4 Gym Exhm
b1t1on 1 2 Sports Nlght 1
Cafeterla Corps 1 3 Speak
1ng Contest 1
M ESTHER LaPLANTE
136 Harrlngton Ave Norwood
Gym Exh1b1t1on 1 2 3 4
Leaders Corps 2 3 4 Cafe
terla Corps 1 2 3 4 Sports
Nght 1 2 3 4 Remmder
Llterary Board 4 Sock 8x
Buskln 3 4 Senlor Play
AldFlChlt6 1 2 3 4 Sclence
u 1 4 Y een 1
HARRY LEFEBVRE ROBERT CARLETON LEUBA
120 Everleth Ave., Lakewood 46 Atlantic Ave., Pawtuxet
Yearning for the West
Gym Club 2 3 4' Science
Club 2 3
Football 2, 39 Hi-Y 3, 4, Al-
drichite Business Manager 45
Reminder Advertising Busi-
ness Board Manager 4 Glee
Club 4 Musical Review 4
Speaking Contest 3
RICHARD B LORIMER DOROTHY MAY LOVGREN
116 Pilgrim Dr Norwood 40 Bank St Pawtuxet
Dlsafmnlg Delightful personality
Independent Oodles of fun
Klnd Talented artist
Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 gen fiend
4 Track 3 4 Gym Exhibi nerge lc
tlon 1 2
Art Staff 2 3 4 Aldrlchite 3
4 Cafeteria Corps 3 4 Senior
EVELYN ANN LITTLE
25 Manson Ave., Norwood
Nice to know
Musical Review 1, 43 Gym
Exhibition 1, 23 Glee Club 1,
43 Sports Night 2, 3' Remin-
der Business Copyist 4 Re
minder Literary Board 4
Aldrlchite 4 Cafeteria Corps
4 Reminder Salesman 4
Senior Play Music Fest1val4
ROBERT S MacDONALD
19 Hannah Dr Gaspee Plateau
Musical Review 1 2 Glee
Club 1 2 Gym Exhibition
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NANCY GORDON MacLEAN
'77 Benedict Rd Pawtuxet
Neptune s daughter
Sports Night 1 2 3 4 Pho
tography Club 3 4 Science
Cu 1 2 3 4 Remlner
Literary Board 3 4 Photog
raphy Editor 4 Reminder
Salesman 2 3 4 Sock Sz Bus
km 1 2 Leaders Corps 4
Senior Play Speaking Con
MARY LOUISE MAHER
119 Holmes Rd Lakewood
Reminder Salesman 3 4' Re-
minder Literary Board 4' -
minder Advertising Business
Board 4' Gym Exhibition 1
2' Cheerleader 3 4' Library
Aide 3' Cafeteria Corps 4.
204 Elm St Norwood
Stage Crew 3 4 Soc
DOROTHY BETTY MARSDEN
143 Dryden Blvd Lakewood
Eyes of blue
Art Staff 3 4' Reminder Lit-
erary Board Senior Editor 4'
Reminder Advertising Busi-
ness Board 4' Gym Exhibition
1, 2' Senior Play' Oflice Staff
4' Cafeteria Corps 1:
145 Columbia Ave
Yearning for Journalism
Glee Club 2 3 Musical Re
view 1 2 3 Debating Club
1 2 3 4 Science Club 2 3
4 Science Fair 2 3 4 Senior
JOSEPH R McALEER
66 Fullerton Rd Hillsgrove
Track 2 3 4' Basketball 2
3 4' Gym Exhibition 1 2.
ELIZABETH A McCARTI-IY
16 Aberdeen Ave
Younger than sprmgtxme
Debatlng Club 1 Remmder
Llterary Board 3 4 Remm
der Advertxsmg Busmess
Board 4 Aldrlchxte 4 L
brary Alde 2 Gym Exh1b1t1on
1 2 Y Teen 2
DOROTHEA MAY McMANUS
32 Power Ave Lakewood
Gym Exhlbltlon 1 2 3 Glee
Club 1 2 3 4 Accompamst
1 2 3 4 Muslcal RSVIGW 1
2 3 4 Sports Nlght 1 2
Llbrary Alde 2 3 Y Teen 1
Remmder Advertlsmg Busl
ness Board 4 Semor Play
EVERETT E McEWEN
76 Benbrldge Ave Lakewood
Sclence Club 1 4 Sock Sz
Buskln 4 Remmder Llterary
Board Ed1t0I'1Il Chlef 4
20 Byron Blvd Lakewood
Brlsk as November
Musical Revlew 2 Glee Club
2 Cafeterla Corps 2
52 Shlppen Ave Sprmg Green
Football 2 Macbeth 2 Gym
Exhlbltlon 2 Spanlsh Club 4
Sclence Club 1 2
MARJORIE A MILLS
48 Lyman Ave Norwood
Good Wlll 3 4 Muslcal Re
vlew 2 3 4 Gym Exhlbltlon
1 2 3 Competxtlon Play 1
Band 2 3 4 Remmder Llt
erary Board 4 Rem1nder Ad
vertlsmg Buslness Board 4
Sports Nlght 1
KENNETH M MOFFAT
140 Gould Ave Norwood
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Football
2 3 4 Track 4 Gym Exhlbl
t n 2 3 Executlve Board
LORRAINE Y MUNROE
64 Kxlvert St Hlllsgrove
Muslcal Revxew 1 Glee Club
1 Gym Exhlbltlon 2 Oflice
Stal? 1 2 3 4 Remm er
Llterary Board 4 Aldrlchlte
4 Competltxon Play 2 Speak
mg Contest 1
ROBERT YOUNG MOODIE
158 Jefferson St Lakewood
Out for fun
Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4
Glee Club 2 3 Musical Re
vlew 2 3 Basketball 1 Base
ball 1 Gym Exhlbltxon 2 3
ROBERT DANIEL MYERS
224 Byron Blvd Lakewood
244 Washlngton St Lakewood
Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1
3 R I State Band 2
Musxcal REVIEW 1 2
Sports Nlght 1 2 3 4 Lead
ers Corps Treasurer 3 4
Class Secretary 1 2 3 4
Aldrlchlte 2 3 4 YTeen 2
ALLEN EDWARD O BRIFN
36 Bank St Pawtuxet
Obhglng Llked by all
Debatlng Club 1 Sclence
Club 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Swmg
Band 1 2 3 4 Jazz Band 1
Z 3 4 Mus1calRev1ew 1 2
3 4 Gym Exhlbltlon 1 2
Competltlon Play 2 Basket
ba 1 H1 Y 4
Football 2 3 4 Indoor Track
3 4 Outdoor Track 3 4 Bas
ketball 2 Remmder Advertxs
mg Buslness Board 4 Class
Presldent 1 2 3 4
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JOHN DANIEL O'BRIEN
122 Landon Rd., Warwick Downs
Always ready for a laugh
Football 23 Track 1, 2, 43
JAMES E PIERCE
327 Parkside Dr
Yards and yards
HIY 4 Debating Club 4
Spanish Club 4 Orchestra 1
Track 4 Reminder Advertxs
mg Business Board 4 Gym
EXhlbItl0I'l 1 2
ALBERT E. PAGE
378 Warwick Ave., Lakewood
61 Sand Pond Rd Norwood
Refreshing as ram
Musical Review 2 Aldrlchlte
Buslness Board 3 4 Remin
der Literary Board 4 Y Teen
2 Sports Night 1 2 Glee
LINNEA M. PEARSON
176 Van Buren St., Lakewood
None so sweet
Sports Night 3, 4, Aldrichite
2, 3, 45 Reminder Literary
Board 49 Spanish Club 4g Y-
Teen 2 3 4 Gym Exhibition
2 Senior Play
108 Jackson St Lakewood
Sports Night 3 4 Spanish
KENTON EMERSON QUINT
1941 Elmwood Ave Norwood
Out for fun
Band 1 2 3 4 Musical Re
view 1 2 3 4 Football 2 3
4 Track 3 4 Gym Exhlbl
n 1 2
29 Beachcrest St Lakewood
ence Club 1 2 3 4 Thesplans
3 4 Good W1112 3 4 Class
Vice President 2 Sock Kr Bus
km 2 3 4 Football 3 Re
minder Literary Board 4
104 Budlong Ave Norwood
Roller skating enthusiast
RUTH M REYNOLDS
7 Remington St Pawtuxet
Salesman 2 Glee Club 2
Gym Exhibition 1 2 Remm
der Advertising Business
Board 4 Ofliee Staff 4
Fashion Show 1 4
CLAIRE FLORA RATHBUN
94 Post Rd Pawtuxet
Center of fun
Cafeteria Corps 1 3 4
batmg Club 2 3 4 Library
25 Osceola Ave Gaspee Plateau
Debating 1 Band 1 2 3 4
Play 2 Senior Play Sock Sz
Buskin 4 Musical Review 1
2 3 4 Reminder Advertising
Business Board 4 Leaders
Colps 2 3 President 4
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Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Sci- Musical Review 23 Reminder Cheerleader,.3, 4g Coinpetitiorl
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KRISTINA LOUISE ROUN
123 Atlantic Ave Lakewood
Never a dull moment
Aldrlchlte 2 Jumor Editor
in Chlef 3 Edltor ln Chief 4
Semor Play Competition Play
Club2 3 R I Music Festival
2 3 N E Music Festival 3
Musical RCVIGW 2 3 4 Y
JOYCE ANN SANDBERG
75 Sprlng Garden St
Young and beautiful
wirler 1 2 3 4 Drum
Majorette 4 Executlve Com
mittee 2 4 Class Treasurer
2 Reminder Literary Board
4 Aldrlchlte Business Mana
ger 4 Cafeteria Corps 2
60 Jefferson St Lakewood
Eager to please
Night 2 3 YTeen 2 3 Re
mmder Advertising Business
Board 4 Musical Revlew 2
Glee Club 2 R I
ELSIE MARY SCHIELEIN
555 Post Rd Lakewood
Library Aide 1 Gym Exhlbl
tion 1 Jumor Honor Society
Y Teen 2 3 Sock dz Buskln
3 Reminder Literary Board
4 Science Club 4
EMIL E ROY
1380 Post Rd Norwood
Football 1 2 3 4 Track 3 4
CAROL PINE SCOTT
347 Fair St Gaspee Plateau
Sports Nlght 1 2 Y Teen 2
Band 1 2 3 4 Gym Exhl
b1t1on 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 4
Reminder Advertising Busl
ness Board 3 4 Remlnder
Literary Board 4 Aldrlchlte
2 3 4 Debating 1 3
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56 North Falr St Pawtuxet
Sports Nlght 1 Gym EXh1b1
tion 1 2 Aldrlchlte 2 4 Re
mmder Advertxslng Buslness
Board 3 4 Remmder Llterary
Board 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Y
Teen 2 Senxor Play Spamsh
Club 4 Sclence Club 4
JANET V SMITH
118 Byron Blvd Lakewood
Gym Exhlbltlon 2 Remmder
Salesman 3 4 Cafeterla
Corps 3 4 Llbrary Alde 3
Glee Club 4 Remlnder Edl
torlal Board Senlor Edltor
Remlnder Advertlslng' BUSI
LOIS WINIFRED SIPPLES
86 Jackson St Lakewood
4H Club 1 YTeen 2 3
Sports Nlght 2 3 Gym Exhl
bltlon 2 Remmder Salesman
3 Remmder Advertlslng Busl
ness Board 4 Fashlon Show
JUDITH ANN SMITH
326 Elm St Norwood
THEODORE W SJOGREN Jr
204 Tennyson Rd Lakewood
Basketball 2 3 Baseball 1
3 4 H1Y
PHILIP STEELE SMITH
2 Phllllps Ave Norwood
Photography Club 2 3 4
Gym Exhlbltlon 2 4 Sports
Nlght 2 3 4 Remlnder Llter
ary Board Sports Edltor 4
ness Board 4 Musical RGVIGW Y Teen 2 3 4 Junlor Honor
4 R I Muslc Fest1val4 NE S0C19tY Aldrlchlte 1
Muslc Festwal 4
Football 3 4 Outdoor Track
1 2 3 4 Indoor Track 3 4
Semor Play Executlve Board
4 Sock 8: Buskln 4 Chalr
man of Polltlcal Party 4
State Band 4 Band 1 2 3
4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Jazz
Orchestra 3 4
WARREN E SMITH ROBERT W SORGEL
29 Tyler St Lakewood 349 Pawtuxet Ave Nolwood
Soclable Boundless energy
Talkatlve Track 2 3 4
126 Van Buren St Lakewood
Ye old pharmaclst
Glee Club 1 Muslcal REVIEW
1 Assembly Commlttee 3
H1 Y 4 Spanlsh Club 4 N E
MUSIC Festlval 3
DONALD JAMES STACEY
1146 Warwlck Ave
Ace of all
DONALD DOUGLAS SOULS
474 Atlantlc Ave Lakewood
Happy go lucky
EUGENIE E STIEHLER
395 Elm St Norwood
Sock Sz Buskm 2 3 4 Pho
tography Club 2 3 4 SCIGHCC
Club 1 Llbrary Axde 1 2
Art Staff 4 Competltlon
Play 2 Speech Contest 4
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DOROTHY G TARRING
27 Mayfair Rd Gaspee Plateau
Musical Review 2 Glee Club
2 Executive Board 2 3 Re
minder Advertising Business
Board 4 Oflice Staff 4 Al
drichlte Salesman 1 Fashion
Show 1 4
JOAN EDITH THOMPSON
811 Warwick Ave Lakewood
Sports Night 1 2 3 4' Lead-
ers Corps 2 3 4' Y-Teen 2
3 4' Junior Honor Society'
Reminder Literary Board 4'
Gym Exhibition 2 3 4' Al-
d 'chite 1 2 3 4' Senior
Play' Speaking Contest 3'
Competition Play 2.
LOUIS EDWARD TARSA Jr
230 Narragansett Pkwy
Science Club 1 2 3 4 Sock
gl Buskm 2 3 4 Thespians
3 4 Senior Play Macbeth 2
Competition Play 2 Musical
Review 1 2 Track 1 3
Debating Club 1 2 3 4
JAMES JOSEPH TIERNAN
250 Post Rd Lakewood
Football 3 4' Track 1 2 3 4
Spanish Club 4.
ROBERT HENRY THERAULT
14 Rose St Palace Gardens
Busy as a bee
Our backstage star
Stage Crew 1 2 3 4 Sock Sz
Buskm 2 3 4 Thespians 4
Debating Club 2
BETTY FRANCES VAN ECK
2004 Elmwood Ave Norwood
Y-Teen 1' Reminder Sales-
man 1' 4-H Club 1' Reminder
Literary Board 4' Aldrichite
4' Senior Play.
26 Majestic Ave Noiwood
W 91 satlle
Varsity Baseball 2 3 4 Foot
ball 3 Macbeth 2
BARB XRA HAY ES
VN Hl'l EHEAD
14 Benedict Rd Gaspee Plateau
Glee Club 2' Musical Review
1 2 3 4' Y-Teen 2' A1dr'ch-
ite 3' Sports Night 1' Gym
Assembly 1' Gym Exhibition
2' Cafeteria Corps 3 4' Re-
minder Literary Board 4.
16 Benbndge Ave Lakewood
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football
4 Band 1 Sock 8: Buskin 4
Science Club 1 Macbeth 2
Gym Exhibition 2 3 Musical
Review 4 Executive Board
BARBARA CI XIRE
30 Manson Ave NO1XN00d
Glee Club 2 3' Band 3' 4-H
Club 1' Musical Review 2 3
4' Office Staff 4' Sports Night
1' Y-Teen 2' Aldrichite Staff
1 2 3 4' Reminder Literary
Board 4' Gym Exhibition 1
JAINET E K WHELAN
1159 Post Rd No1wood
Nonchalant in manner
Eyes of blue
Twmkles from tip to toe
Cheelleadel 3 4 Spolts Night
1 2 Gym Exhibition 1 Y
Teen Secletary 2 Alduchite
1 2 3 4 Reminder Advei
tising Business B0ald 3 4
Musical Review 4 Reminder
Liteiaiy Board 4
206 Pine St
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE
CLASS OF 1950
We the Class of 1950 bemg of sound mmd and
memory do hereby make and declare th1,s to be
our Last Wzll and Testament bequeathmg our
most 11 orldly possesszons to those commg here
after and by so domg revokmg any wzlls made
heretofore by us
I Thomas MacLean leave to Peter Glrouard
mv seat on the 40 ft ladder and a hammer to
throw at anyone who shakes xt
We Clarence Davls and Warren Smlth leave
wlth Donald Stacey
I Theodore Sjogren leave to my cous1n four
more years of hard labor ln school
I Joyce Sandberg leave to the future Drum
Majorette my short woolen flannels and my red
tlghts for those cold football games wlth the
hope that they keep her warm I nearly froze
I Robert Therault leave to any up and com
1ng underclassman my ab1l1ty to get out of
classes but stlll stay 1n Aldr1ch
I Elsle SCIIICICIII leave to any underclassmen
who want lt my ab1l1ty to have as much fun and
enJov my years at Aldrlch
I Prlscllla Bloomlngburgh do hereby leave
to anv up and commg n1nth grader the advlce
to work for hls credlts They re lmportant
clean homeroom desk
I Louls Tarsa Jr leave mv abxllty to get 1n
and out of hot water wlth Mr Rohloff to any
underclassman who wants It and I lust hope
he can take It
I Janet Smxth leave mv ab1l1ty to chew gum
ln any and all of my classes to any Junlor 1n
hopes that he w11l be as lucky as I was
I Dlane Scott leave to my slster Valerle 1n
hopes that she wlll someday become a cheer
leader a pa1r of long red flannels for those
chxlly November games
I Catherme Rowell leave my ab1l1ty to chew
gum IH all classes but Engllsh and not get
caught to anv up and comlng Jumor who wants
to trv It
I Lols Slpples leave my ab1l1ty to do my
shorthand homework 1n business law to any up
and commg Jumor who thmks he can get away
wlth It as I dld
I Ann Llttle leave to Mr Hoffman my gun ln
hopes that he may find some other Annie to
tease as much as I have been
I Betty D1Cecco hereby leave to any up and
commg Jumor my place ln the ollice wlth the
hope that he ll enjoy It as much as I dxd
I Dorothy Ellls do hereby leave the halls of
Aldrlch to any up and commg Jumor who can
derlve as much pleasure from them as I have
I Clalre Fava leave my posltlon ln cheerlng
to Barbara Morrlson ln the hopes that she will
be able to get out and announce the cheer at the
same txme as the other cheerleaders and not
when they are halfway through
I Jerry Kelhher leave my seat In chemlstry
to anv typlcal wlse guy vsho can fill It to Mr
Rohloff s d1sl1ke
I Chester Cook leave my memory
I Kenton Qulnt leave my Bass Horn ln the
band to anvone vsho can make as much nolse as
I dxd wlth lt
We Llnnea Pearson and Shlrley Morrlson
hereby w1ll and bequeath to Barbara MOFFISOH
and Beverlv Thompson the lovely trlp to and
from school 1n the ram snow and sun flf there
IS anyl durlng the 180 school days of the year
wlthout our honored company
We Margle MIIIS and Betty Gavltt leave to
any two seventh graders our happy memorles
shared together here at Aldrlch
I Glorla Grandchamp leave my L C un1
form to anyone who thmks It wlll fit Ut s SIZE
16 Do thev run that large"J
We Jane Cavltt and Norma Iub1nv1lle leave
to any underclassmen our close frlendshlp and
the ablllty to get along as well as we did
I Dorothy Lovgren do hereby w1ll and be
queath my seat IH Mlss Desmond s art class to
anv up and commg student who can enjoy art
and get along wlth Mlss Desmond as well as I
have for the past three years
I Shirley Printer leave to mv kld brother
Joe all my unchewed gum so that he can
1rr1tate the teachers as much as I d1d
I Dottle Marsden leave to any Junlor my Job
1n the 5 8: 101 store IH hopes that she w1ll have
as much fun as I have had rldmg back and forth
1n the busses
I J lmmy Plerce leave to anv underclassman
mv seat 1n second year Spamsh hopmg he can
hawe as much fun as I have had
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I Robert Myers leave Mr Flanagan s 12th
grade Engllsh class to any up and commg
senlors 1n hopes that Mr Flanagan can last the
whole year out w1th them wlthout belng drlven
out He couldn t do lt Wlth us
I Barbara Megarry leave to my slster fwhen
she arrlves ln seven yearsl all my classroom
seats and books and hope she gets more out of
them than I dld
We Betty McCarthy and Mary Maher leave
our secret on the control of an Irlsh temper to
Mr Dunn and Mr Flanagan who could have
used It when we were 1n thelr classes
I Esther LaPlante leave my pos1t1on ln the
cafeterla to any underclassman who can take a
great deal of bosslng around but still have as
much fun as I have had
I Marcelllne Magee do hereby bequeath my
varslty debatlng pm and a box of sharp penclls
to Mr Warren 1n hopes that he w1ll pass them
on to some worthy debater who Wlll appreclate
them as I have
I Pat Hackett hereby leave to my slster
Marguerlte her sneakers Wh1Ch I wore all year
I Russell Hackett leave the use of my motor
scooter to any unfortunate person who cannot
get up early enough to catch the H1llSgYOV8 bus
I Robert Leuba leave my posltlon on the
Remmder Advertlslng BUSINESS Board to any
up and commg Junlor who can get along Wlth
Mr Saute as I do
I Mvrtle Greer leave my pos1t1on 1n the
cheerlng l1ne to Nancy Strlnger 1n hopes that
she Wlll always be able to yell the longest and
loudest wlthout soundlng l1ke a fog horn at the
end of the game I couldn tl
We Don HOpk1HS and Dlck Lorlmer leave to
any up and commg Jumor who has Mr Farrell
for homeroom the ab1l1ty to answer hlm ln the
m1l1tary way of Sxr
I Marjorie Cherms do hereby leave all my
pleasant memorles to my cousm Norma that
she may enJoy her years at Aldr1ch as much as
I Jean Agulre do hereby will and bequeath
to any up and commg Junxor my front seat ln
M1ss Santoro s P A D class and hope that he
or she wlll be able to flmsh hlS homework on
I Bob Armfield do hereby leave to Mr Scott
all future students of Aldr1ch ln the hopes that
he can understand them better than he d1d me
I Lorra1ne Munroe do hereby leave my four
subjects ln M1ss Godwm s room to any up and
I Henry Brown leave to Mr Madison a good
I Blnk Burnett leave my red woolen under
wear to any up and commg Model A roadster
owner who lxkes to drlve m the wlnter
I Blll Arnold leave my place as Number
Two ln Mr Rohloff s chemlstry class to any
body who w1ll vxork as hard as I dld to get It
I Harold Clark leave to Phll Palge my seat
m the second vear of second year French
I Archle Brown leave all the hot roddmg
around to my brother B111 and hlS Model T
I Bob Brown leave shop to any up and com
I Fehx Baguchlnsky leave to any Junlor my
abxllty to get out of classes
I Donald Almy leave to some up and commg
yunlor my red headed football helmet
I Iloyd Davls leave to Phll Palge a very
happy seat ln chemlstry where he can dream
away the hours
I Carl Blshop leave my place IH the Glee
Club to anyone who thlnks he can take a tr1p to
Malne and still have the ambltlon left to slng
I Barbara Fastrlcone leave to my slster
Joan the ab1l1ty to get out of study and hope
she IS as successful as I
I Barbara Callaway leave to any up and
commg plano plaver my ab1l1tv to get out of
class to practlce and get away wlth It
We Wm Aldr1ch and Lloyd Baker leave our
seats ln M1ss Shanleys Engllsh class to two
JUHIOYS ln hopes that they wlll make better use
I Henry Cullen leave to any deservmg Junlor
my unceaslng humor and 3thl6tlC ab1l1ty
I M3F10H Brlcker leave to mv brother Larry
my seat 1n Mr Flanagan s Senlor Engllsh class
ln hopes that he w1ll get as many laughs out of
lt as I have
I George Avedlslan leave to some deservmg
1un1or my ab1l1ty to get out of Mr Rohloffs
I Jayne Bennett leave to Mr Flanagan the
pleasant memorles of Uncle Albert
I Rose Hughes leave very pleasant memorxes
of my years at Aldr1ch
I W1ll1am Harter leave my posxtxon rn the
Safety Club and Stockroom to anyone who has
the ab1l1ty to get along wlth teachers as I d1d
yet lacks the experlence to stop before gettlng
elected to such posts
We Harrv Lefebvre and Don Souls leave our
ab1l1tv to drlve l1ke madmen and get away with
lt to anv up and commg underclassmen Wlth
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money enough to fix their cars every week
We Nancy MacLean and Edith Bleisch do
hereby will and bequeath to any up and coming
51 girls our seats in math 12 and mechanical
drawlng in hopes that they can stand classes
w1th all boys better than we d1d
I Joan Thompson do hereby will and be
queath to my sister Beverly the ab1l1ty to enjoy
second year bookkeeping and Mrs D1ck1nson
as much as I have
I Judy Smith leave my positlon as Sports
Editor of the Reminder to some junior with the
hope that he for shej will be able to write as I
wasnt that Aldrich won the Class B Cham
DIOUSIIID in football
I Gilbert Johnson leave to Richard Blom
quist my seat ln M1ss Nilson s English class 1n
hopes that he w1ll enjoy It a much as I did
I Joan Houde hereby leave my front row
chemlstrv seat to anyone who enjoys Mr Roh
loff s guldance lessons as much as I did
We Margaret Every and Genle Stiehler here
by leave to anv up and comlng juniors the fun
learnlng about Charles At lass
I Ellnor Brown leave to any up and coming
junior the pleasure of worklng in the office
We Carl Djusberg and Anthony Vendresca
hereby leave our most beloved seats in chem
lstry to anyone who will enjoy them as much as
I Barbara Woolhouse herebv leave my exclu
sive job as secretarv to Mr Flanagan to anv
up and coming junior who thinks she can take
dictation from him for an hour and have lt make
sense when she transcrlbes It I couldnt ' ' '
I Carol Scott hereby w1ll and bequeath the
shadows I got under mv eyes from getting up at
6 30 for the senior play to my sister Jovce 1n
the hope that she w1ll have as much fun pre
parlng for her senlor play as I d1d for mine
We Dot McManus and Larrj Sprague here
bv leave to any up and coming junlor couples
all our arguments but keep our happy memorles
of Aldrich with us and to the faculty we leave
our vounger brothers and sisters fGod help
you There are five of themlj
I Bob MacDonald leave in hopes that Mon
tana Aubln will stay and not take off for San
I Claire Rathbun leave my job 1n the cafe
terla to all girls who can get along w1th the
women in the kitchen as well as I did
I El Caldwell bequeath to my brother B111
the nme o clock late bell
I Dale McKenzie leave nothing
We Kenneth Moffat Phillip Kerkhoff and
Robert Sorgel leave our seats in Miss Shanley s
English class to any juniors who think they can
amuse themselves while M1ss Shanley is talking
about the Beauty of English llterature
I Everett McEvs en leave my seat in E perlod
chemistry to any junior who thinks he can have
fun without Mr Rohloff finding out about It
I Joseph McAleer leave to my brother
Edgar my ability to catch the Hll1Sgl0V6 bus
I Marcia Rosenqulst leave my ab1l1ty to get
out of chemistry for cheering to any up and
comlng cheerleader who IS fortunate enough to
get along Wlth Mr Rohloff as I did
I Marv Ratcllffe leave to anv up and comlng
7th grader Aldrlch H1gh School with the hopes
that he gets more out of the lnterlor than I dld
I Ph1l1p lFlop to most of youj Smlth leave
mv seat 1n the trombone section to Michael
Tektigian in hopes that he Wlll carrv on in the
future the glorlous tradltlons that have been
I Tina Roun hereby leave to any junior who
likes to talk my ablllty to get bawled out by
Mrs Doran everv time she takes gym
I Rav Heaton hereby leave a near front seat
1n Mr Farrell s homeroom to anyone who can
fully appreciate a one minute sermon at 9
o clock each morning
I Forrest Rathbun leave to Aldrich H1gh
School and all the teachers thereln 15 school
days wlthout the presence of one of the Rathbun
Clan in this great 1nst1tut1on my brother
arrives 1n September you lucky teachers
I John O Brien do hereby bequeath to the
future lnmates of detention one televlslon set
I Bob M0Odle leave my seat in typing to any
football play er who thinks he can tjpe with
I Barbara Whitehead hereby leave my
United States history book to my brother Nell
in hopes that he may be able to get the subject
the first time and not the third
I Roberta Prescott leave to all future blondes
Mr Flanagan in hopes that they can take all
the teaslng better than I could Good luck'
I Alan Fletcher do hereby leave the Photog
raphv Club to the sole remalnlng member
Signed THE CLASS OF 1950
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MISS Rafane1l1 IS look1ng over
her scrapbook She has one more
chppmg to add the class of 1950
has Just had 1ts 10th reunlon
Perhaps you w1ll enjoy look1ng
through the scrapbook w1th her
September 4 1950 Mr and Mrs Castrl
cone announce the marrxage of thelr daugh
ter Barbara to Charles Schaeffer of the
Unlted States Navy
June 3 1951 We have recelved word that
Nancy MacLean and Joan Thompson have
reached the Engl1sh s1de of the Engllsh Chan
nel after Swlmmlng 1n rough seas for 12
hours to establlsh a new record
August 17 1951 The feature stock car
race at Lonsdale last nlght ended ln a most
unusual way For the first time ln the hlstory
of the sport there was a four way t1e for first
place The wlnners were Carl DJusberg
Archle Brown Donald Souls and Donald
September 7 1951 Newcomers 1n Profes
s1onal G1rls Softball Edlth Blelsch Rose
Hughes Shlrley Prlnter and Shlrley MOFFI
son have created a mlld sensatlon w1th thelr
outstandlng fieldmg and h1tt1ng for the Dar
ln Dar11n s of Rhode Island United States
January 3 1952 Donald Conlon IS now
worklng under the dlrectlon of George Petty
and w1ll soon begln on hlS own creating the
Aprll 23 1952 The Natlonal Basketball
Assoclatlon of Amerlca T1tle was captured
last night by the Rhody Ramblers after a
thr1ll1ng game Capta1n B111 Arnold sa1d It
could not have been done wlthout the sklllful
ballhandllng of Jack Wallace B1nk Burnett
Sk1ppy Clark and D1ck Lorlmer The Ram
blers w1ll represent the U S ln the next
July 21 1952 Charhe Brandreth famous
commerclal artlst won the art award for hxs
outstandlng work 1n creatlng the advertlse
ments for FGIIX Baguchmskys Mldget Cars
for 6 Footers and Over
May 7 1953 Wlnner of the Natlonal Rol
lerskatmg champlonshlp IS M1ss Mary Rat
Cllffe of W3FWlCk Rhode Island
September 22 1953 Today s announce
ments of Carl BlShOp Yankee first baseman
and Allen O Brlen Braves outfielder as the
Most Valuable Players ln thelr respectlve
leagues came as no surprlse to the baseball
world Also announced were Bob Armfield
slugglng star of the Red Sox and Ted S30
gren of the Dodgers as Rookxes of the Year
January 19 1954 Roy Cahlll presldent of
the WaFW1Ck Natlonal Bank Issued today
through hlS secretary Mxss Ellzabeth D1
Cecco the records of the bank for 1953 The
records were complled by Mxss EISIG Schxe
lem and typed by MarJor1e Cherms
November 18 1954 John O Brlen has Just
opened the Open Door Funeral Home Hls
secretary MISS Catherlne Rowell w1ll make
all arrangements for you
Aprll 12 1955-Today was the grand
opemng of the Deluxe Soda Fountaln IH Nor
wood R I Th1s fountam owned and oper
ated by MISS Jean Agu1re IS the largest foun
tam of ltS k1nd ln the U S Larry Sprague
IS her pharmaclst and has one of the largest
and most complete collectlon of drugs ln the
October 12 1955 Kenton Qulnt forest
ranger and Henry Brown conservatlomst
are worklng together ln Roger W1ll1ams
Park ln order to find a more efiiclent and
economlcal way to preserve the park for
beautv lovers of R I
December 17 1955 Phlllp S Sm1th the
new mayor of Warwlck has yust made the
followmg appomtments and lssued them to
the press through h1s secretary Dorothy
Tarrlng C1ty Truant Officer Warren
Sm1th Head of Traflic Llght DIVISION W1
lxam Harter D1str1ct Attorney Robert
dresca and C1ty Game Warden Dale Mc
July 17 1956 Gllbert Johnson has Just
mvented a new wav of makmg ICE econom
lcally 1n warm weather
August 13 1956 Robert Campbell has
1ust been appolnted to the pos1t1on of Head
Electrlclan at the Narragansett Electrlc
Company Also announced IS the promotlon
of Janet Sm1th to Supervlsor of Employees
Her secretary w1ll be MISS Barbara Megarry
September8 1956 Ruth Reynolds Comp
tometry School has Just been opened for hlgh
school graduates Robert MacDonald w1ll be
her technlcal adv1sor
November 24 1956 Jlm Tlernan has de
feated Wlllle Hopp for the b1ll1ard cham
p1onsh1p of the world
December 14 1956 Today s classxc game
between the Phlladelphxa Eagles and the
Chlcago Cardlnals Wlll agaln see the clash
of the two top scorers of the league B111
Devanev of the Cardlnals leads the Eagles
Don Almy by only two pomts at the start of
thxs game Joe McAleer w1ll descrlbe the
game play by play sponsored by Harry
Lefebvre s Rocklng Horse Company
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Assocxatlon clted Mr Everett McEwen ed1
tor of the Provldence Journal Bulletm for
hls fine work ln g1v1ng the people a fine and
unblased paper Also commended were MISS
Jayne Bennett fashlon edltor and Mxss KFIS
tma Roun soclety edltor for the11 outstand
March 12 1957 We were sorrv to hear of
the reslgnatlon of Senator Theodore Francls
Green but vse have one rav of hope It has
been rumored that MISS Marcelllne Magee
w1ll be appolnted to fill this vacancy
April 3 1957 Today was the Grand Open
mg of the market owned by Robert Brown
This market features the famous bakery
products of Donald Cote the frult and vege
tables of the Albert Page Farm and Rlchard
Harrlgan s dalry products The store w1ll be
managed by Robert Sorgel assxsted by Clalre
Rathbun head cashler
June 13 1957 Forrest Rathbun has Just
lnvented an electromc gravedlgger whlch w1ll
revolutlomze the art of gravedlggmg
October 27 1957 Janet and Betty Gavltt
of the Gavltt Studlos announce plans for a
natlon Wlde dancing contest The finals w1ll
be held 1n the1r Provldence Studlos under the
dlrectxon of famous secretarlal teacher Bar
bara Woolhouse wlth Barbara Callaway ac
companylng the contestants Contestants may
reglster Wlth Bettv VanEck or Norma J ubln
vllle The wlnner of the contest will FGCSIVC
a wardrobe deslgned bv Patrlcla Hackett The
March 8 1958 Elmer Caldwell famous
movle dlrector announces the completlon of
the gala muslcal productlon The Lost Chord
starring Prlscllla Bloomlngburgh and Jerry
Kelllher It also featules Don Hopkms
Orchestra and the Donnetts Joe DesRoches
Henry Cullen Bob Moodle and Clarence
Davis Technlcal advlsor on this extrava
gan7a was James Plerce Bob Therault and
Tom MacLean were stage technlclans The
costumes were deslgned bv Mlss Mvrtle
Greer Photographv was done bv Alan
Fletcher asslsted by J lmmy Franson
June 1 1958 The excluslve new dress
shop Scott s Flfth Avenue owned by Dlane
Scott one of Amerlca s best dressed women
has 1ust been completed It wlll be managed
by Mary Maher vsho w1ll be assisted by Ann
Llttle The gowns Wlll be deslgned by Eugenle
Stlehler and modeled by Margle M1lls The
wlndow dlsplavs w1ll be done bv Dorothv
July 10 1958 Mxss Joyce Sandberg
famous model of the Chester Cook Modellng
Studlo chrlstened the new luxury llner
U S S W1DthTOp deslgned and bu1lt by Carle
ton Aldrlch 1n hls Pawtuxet Shlpyards
August 23 1958 Glorla Grandchamp
owner of Whlplash last years Kentucky
Derby wlnner has Just purchased 65 acres
ln Ar1zona for the establlshment of a breed
1ng farm for horses Lloyd Davls will be her
November 4 1958 The staff of the Kent
Countv Hospltal has Just been announced as
follows Kenneth Moffat resldent physlclan
and Roberta Prescott as h1s secretary Ray
mond Heaton head psvchlatrlst Judy Smlth
laboratory chlef Joan Houde Dean of Tram
1ng School Dorothy Ellxs Accldent Room
Esther LaPlante Head Operatmg Nurse
Marlan Brlcker Head D1et1t1an Llnnea
Pearson Head of Chlldren s Ward
January 11 1959 Mlss Carol Scott
famous educator has Just accepted the DOSI
tlon of Dean at Vassar
May 20 1959 The Bucklev Brush Co has
establlshed a new natlonwlde record ln the
sale of brushes Peter Bucklev started as a
travellng salesman for Fuller Brushes and
has rlsen to thls great helght The record was
announced bv MISS Clalre Fava h1s secretary
August 30 1959 The famous Newport
estate of J J Rockefeller was purchased to
day by S1r Edmund D Ettore through the
real estate oflice of George Avedlslan The
sale was kept secret unt1l today when lt was
released by Elmor Brown S1r Edmund s
secretarv The estate Wlll be renovated by the
famous archltect Lloyd Baker The lnterlor
bv Mlss Margaret Every of Callfornla
October 8 1959 Louls Tarsa well known
collector of antlque cars has Just added to h1s
collectlon the first car ever known to run
November 8 1959 M1ss Lols Slpples sec
retary to Harold F Scott sent 1n th1S report
on the annual facultv play of Aldrlch Hlgh
School whlch was a br1ll1ant success last
nlght The romantlc leads were Marcla Ros
enqulst gvm teacher and Robert Leuba
head of soclal studles department the comed
lans were Dorothy Lovgren art teacher and
Ph1l1p Kerkhoff Engllsh teacher Others ln
the cast Included Russell Hackett chemlstry
teacher Lorra1ne Munroe stenography
teacher Em1l Roy agrlculture teacher
Dorothv McManus muslc teacher Betty
McCarthv Spanlsh teacher and Barbara
Whltehead ClOth1Hg teacher
January 1 1960 Today the 10th annual
reunlon of the class of 1950 of Nelson W
Aldrlch Hlgh School was held at the Shera
ton Blltmore Hotel Every member of the
class was present 1nclud1ng the1r class ad
v1sor M1ss Grace Rafanelll Many old frlend
shms were renewed and all left Wlth the1r
hlgh school memorles fresh 1n the1r mmds
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Seated, left to right: J. Thorson, W. Jenison,
Mr. Sullivan, P. Paige, D. Greer.
Standing: N. Peterson, W. Silvia, E. Anderson,
K. Martin, S. Cady, C. Jones.
Secretary , .
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.. Philip Palge
M . .. .,., Dolores Greer
Advisor ,....,... .... M r. Wallace Sullivan
OFFICERS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Aaron Shatkin Selated, left to right: L. O'Brien, A. Shatkin
' R. Fu er, K. Cregson.
Rlchard Fuller st d' 'L Geox e Mr Han R L nch, P
V. I , . I eLois O'Brien Daly. an mg: ' 'g' ' ' ' y
I Katherine Gregson
Mr. Edward Hart
HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES
Seated, left to right: R. Peotrowski, N. Aldrich, 9-Nancy Aldrich and Paul C31-lsgn
J- D01bev,,J- Tabfff' R- Fallstwmz 13-Robert Fallstrom and Joyce Dolbey
Crawitezzyndlngz VS. Lynch, J. Sllvla, P. Carlson, Mr. 15-Richard Peotrowski and William
115-James Silvia and Janet Taber
Advisor .. ,,... Mr. Frank Crawley
Seated, left to right: J. Carlson, J. Brown, A.
Quinn, G. Greenhalgh, M. Angell, P. Lacroix.
Second row: M. Gallagher, S. Peel, H. Johan-
sen, R. Ciolfi, Miss Gannon.
103-Mildred Angell and Robert Ciolfi
107-Gail Greenhalgh and Stanton Peel
109-Janice Carlson and Paul Lacroix
111-Ann Quinn and Michael Gallagher
113-Joan Brown and Harold Johansen
Advisor . . Miss Margaret Gannon
Seated, left to right: R. Field, J. DePace, J.
Pilon, E. Gladding, C. Peloquin, J. Andrade.
Standing: D. Freden. J. Fish, R. Boucher, P.
Hayward, S. Cartwright, Miss Galiano.
102-Carole Peloquin and Raymond Boucher
104-Elaine Gladding and Joan Hambley
108-Patricia Hayward and David Freden
110-Sheila Cartwright and Joseph Andrade
112-Joanne DePace and Jon Fish
114-Jane Pilon and Radford Field
Advisor.. ,.,, ..,,,,,, ........,..., M 1 ss Mary Gallano
THE JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Seated left to right A Fletcher L Leal D Greenblatt J OConnor V Tarsa
E Allard M Pett J Trenholm
Second row L Larson I Ellis N Phelps M IZblCkl J Hind C Whlttingham
J Collins C Langman M Taylor C Zabatta
Third row L George J Javsorskl A Shatkln R Higgins R Dutton R Fuller
E Cady P Daly
senior class as its first members It IS a national organization composed
of students having as their marks nine out of eleven As or B s Thev
are also judged upon character C1t1Z6IlSh1p and dependabllitv Members
are ellglble to Jom IH the mnth grade It IS a goal toward which everv
one should str1ve
Members Jolnlng this year were
Janet Allard Dorme Greenblatt Joan O Connor
Edwin Cady Robert Higgins Mary Pett
Joyce Collins Joan Hind Nancy Phelps
Patrlcla Dalv Shlrley Hourtal Aaron Shatkln
Richard Dutton Margaret Izblckl V1rg1n1a Tarsa
Irene Ellls James Jaworskl Marilyn Taylor
Anne Fletcher Carol Langman Joan Trenholm
Richard Fuller Lois Larson Carolyn Whlttlngham
Lucille George Leonllda Leal Carolyn Zabatta
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To the Class of 1950
We hke Aldrlch because 1t IS a large
school and has many advantages that the
elementarv schools do not have Many of us
appreclate the opportunlty to buy hot lunches
IH the cafeterla Our rooms are very pleasant
and have loud speakers over whlch we can
hear the radlo programs
At Chrlstmas we enjoyed a very fine
muslcal program to whlch we were mvxted
by the h1gh school musxcal dlrector Occa
slonally we are 1nv1ted to other assemblles
The classes have the prlvllege of buylng the
Aldrlchlte The Remlnder and Athletlc
The hlgh school teachers and students
are verv cooperatlve IH helplng us Wlth sup
plles equlpment and mformatlon and we
greatlv appreclate these serv1ces
By the end of the school year we wlll
have made a complete tour of the bulldmg
v1s1t1ng such classes as home economlcs
shop sc1ence and arts We look forward
to takmg an actlve part 1n all these groups
durmg our hlgh school years
Room 16 Grade 6
Myrtle Greer, Dorothy
Marsden, Forrest Rath-
bun, Diane Scott, Janet
Miss Esther Conlin, Miss
Marguerite E. Robertson
OF THE BOARD
Jean Aguire, Jayne Ben-
nett, Elinor Brown, Bar-
bara Callaway, Elizabeth
DiCecco, Claire Fava,
Betty Gavitt, Patricia
Hackett, Donald Hopkins,
Joan Houde, Rose Hughes,
Norma Jubinville, Esther
LaPlante, Ann Little,
Marcelline Magee, Mary
Maher, Elizabeth McCar-
thy, Marjorie Mills, Shir-
ley Morrison, Lorraine
Munroe, Linnea Pearson,
Roberta Prescott, Joyce
Sandberg, Elsie Schiel-
ein, Carol Scott, Joan
Thompson, Janet Whelan,
Barbara Whitehead, Bar-
bara Woolhouse, Betty
THE LITERARY BOARD
Seated, left to right: E. LaPlante, J. Smith, G. Grandchamp, M. Greer, D. Scott
F. Rathbun, E. McEwen, R. Heaton, J. Smith, N. MacLean, D. Marsden, B. Callaway
Second row: J. Aguire, P. Hackett, J. Houde, E. Brown, E. McCarthy, C. Scott, J
Thompson, D. Hopkins, Miss Robertson, M. Mills, J. Sandberg, B. Woolhouse, E.
Schielein, B. Whitehead, B. VanEck.
Third row: S. Morrison, L. Pearson, L. Munroe, N. Jubinville, R. Hughes, E
DiCecco, J. Bennett, J. Whelan, R. Prescott, M. Maher, B. Gavitt, A. Little, C. Fava
Seated, left to right: C. DiSaia, B. Lake, S. Frederick, R. Gange, F. Barton, D.
Greenblatt, P. Pettine.
Second row: A. Little, C. Fava, E. Brown, J. Sandberg N. MacLean D. Greer
M. Greer, E. Odell, D. Marsden. , I y
Third row: N. Underhill, N. Smith, J. Pierce, J. Smith, M. Maher.
Thls year the REMINDER staff has trled to make the yearbook the
best ever Always St1'lVlI1g to lmprove the REMINDER has adopted a
completely new process 1n hopes that It wxll please lts readers and brmg
back many happy memorxes to the departmg semors
Seated left to rxght R Flsher D Scott A Llttle D Tarrmg R Leuba E
McCarthy C Scott R Capuano J Agulre
Second row A OBr1en N Freden L Slpples C Rowell C Rathbun F Newton
J P1erce R Reynolds L Tarsa S Morrxson M Martm R Check Mr Saute
Thlrd row M Pett F Barton S Frederxck E D1Cecco J Bennett M Mllls M
Rosenqulst E Blelsch J Smxth D Marsden M Magee
ADVERTISING BUSINESS BOARD
Busmess Manager Robert Leuba
Copy Manager Ann Llttle
Publlclty Betty McCarthy
Executlve Secretary Dorothy Tarrlng
Advlsor Mr Alfred E Saute
Members of the Board
Jean Agulre Falth Barton Jayne Bennett Edxth Blemsch Robert Capuano Nancy
Carlson Ruth Check Marjorle Cherms Betty D1Cecco Rlta Flsher Nancy Freden
Sandra Frederlck Joan Gllkenson Myrtle Greer Ann Llttle Mary Maher Dorothy
Marsden Marguerlte Martm Mar1or1e Mllls Shlrley MOTTISOD Fred Newton Allen
O Brlen Mary Pett James P1erce Clalre Rathbun Ruth Revnolds Marcla Rosenquxst
Catherlne Rowell Carol Scott Dlane Scott Lols Slpples Janet Smlth Louxs Tarsa
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Seated, left to right: C
DiSaia, V. Wisk, E. La-
Plante, J. Allen, B. Calla-
way, C. Scott, N. Aldrich
P. Thomas, R. Chentko
Second row: M. Bloom
N. Wright, E. McCarthy,
J. Sandberg, R. Whitting-
ham, G. Grandchamp, D
Greer, M. Bloomingburg
M. Greer, D. Scott, R
Prescott, L. Hathaway, B
Third row: G. Baker,
S. Morrison, L. Pearson
M. McCaffrey, J. Ferrelli
R. Pett, E. Bourassa, G
Scott, B. Barton, B. Felice.
Editor-in-chief: Kristina Roun
News Editor: Alan Fletcher
Feature Editor: Barbara Woolhouse
Gossip Editor: Janet Whelan
Sports Editor: Bruce Burnett
Exchange Editor: Patricia Daly
Reporters: Dolores Greer, Shirley Morrison, Betty McCarthy, Betty
VanEck, Gloria Grandchamp, Bruce Burnett, Alan Fletcher, Linnea Pear-
son, Myrtle Greer, Esther LaPlante, Carol Scott, Barbara Callaway, Carl
Typists: Betty Johnson, Claire Fava, Myrtle Greer, Roberta Prescott,
Betty VanEck, Barbara Woolhouse, Carol Hathaway, Nancy Peterson,
Alma Bowen, Cynthia Dallinger, Eleanor Dallinger.
Advisor: Miss Barbara Dill.
Seated, left to right: N.
Peterson, P. Daly, J. Whelan,
K. Roun, B. Woolhouse, C. Whit-
tingham, C. Hathaway.
Standing: A. Fletcher, Miss
Dill, Miss Doyle, B. Burnett.
The Aldrichite has had another active and successful season. There
were many outstanding issues again this year, each issue covering a variety
of subjects with all important activities covered. Subscriptions were
started again with most of the student body responding in true Aldrich
THE ALDRICHITE BUSINESS STAFF
Seated, left to right: S. Morrison, L. Pearson, B. VanEck, E. LaPlante, B. Calla-
way, J. Sandberg, Mr. Farrell, R. Leuba, J. Thompson, D. Lovgren, A. Little, R.
Prescott, C. Fava, P. Hackett.
Second row: E. Gladding, J. Pilon, L. O'Brien, S. Wyatt, J. Tiernan, L. Hoppin,
C. Darling, G. Grandchamp, M. Greer, H. Magnan, J. Greenhalgh, C. Dallinger, E.
Dallinger, B. Devaney.
Third row: R. Marble, M. Wilson, D. Wilson, E. Hanson, P. Daly, I. Dwyer, K.
Martins Williams, B. Johnson, R. Chentko, G. Scott, P. Lamphere, A. Bowen,
O. T i au t.
Circulation Manager: Patricia Hackett
Art Work and Publicity: Dorothy Lovgren and Ann Little
Business Managers: Joyce Sandberg and Robert Leuba
Advisor: Mr. William Farrell
JUNIOR HIGH STAFF
Junior High Editor: Carolyn Whittingham
Assistant Editor: Sandra Frederick
Gossip Editor: Rita Chentko
Reporters: Shirley Doodson, Joyce Allstrom, Joseph Fer-
relli, Arthur Williams, Linda Hathaway, Barbara Lake,
Patricia Harnedy, Norma Wright, Marilyn McCaffrey, Jean
Allen, Joann Whittingham, Nancy Aldrich, Sandra Green-
blatt, Margit Bloom, Gerald Scott, Virginia West, Grace
Baker, Gail Greenhalgh, Judith Greenhalgh, Beverly Felice,
Buell Barton, Raymond Cary.
Advisor: Miss Elizabeth Doyle.
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THE GOOD WILL
Seated, left to right: M
Pett, C. Coker, B. Gavitt
M. Mills, J. Collins, N
Stringer, G. Paige.
Standing: J. Thorson
F. Rathbun, A. Fletcher
F. Mangione, D. Fish, B
THE GOOD WILL
The Aldrich Good Will Society, as the
name implies, is an organization made up of
This year, as before, the club has been re-
sponsible for directing traffic in the corri-
students selected by the faculty to do helpful
and necessary jobs about the school. Since
its birth several years ago, the organization
dors. The club has kept alive financially by
selling candy at the home basketball games.
Members of the club are recognized by the
G W armbands in the colors of our school.
has been under the leadership of Mr. Amend.
This year, under the new and able lead-
ership of Miss Cohen, our students have
shown much more enthusiasm than has been
shown in previous years.
Many more students are forming the
habit of coming into the library for reference
work, for reading, and are becoming
acquainted with the wealth of material that
is to be found there.
The library aides help in the library by
arranging books and keeping the library a
room which more students are enjoying
every day. All the students appreciate the
work that has been done by Miss Cohen
and the library aides.
Seated, left to right: C.
Rathbun, B. Johnson, Miss
Cohen, B. Dunn, B. Lake.
Standing: L. Pontarelli,
C. Gange, L. Magnan, B.
Curtis, R. Leach, C. Gar-
THE OFFICE STAFF
Seated: Mrs. Salmon.
Standing: L. Munroe,
N. Jubinville, C. Fava, B
Woolhouse, E. Brown, E
THE OFFICE STAFF
The office staff, which consists of a
group of girls who donate their study pe
riods, deserve special credit. They are kept
busy doing various jobs such as filing ex
Secretary to Mr Scott
cuses typing running errands and deliver
ing notices Being courteous and coopera
tive these cheerful girls are a valuable asset
Mrs EISIS Salmon
THE CAFETERIA CORPS
One of the most industrious organiza
tions in Aldrich is the Cafeteria Corps
whose main job is to see that meals for the
student body and faculty alike are served
efiiclently Always on the Job sacrificing
their free periods for the benefit of their
fellow classmates these girls should be com
mended for their splendid work
son, M. Picard, M. Bloom
ingburg, B. Lindell, E
Coughlin, J. Cook, M
Ruggieri, J. Smith, C
Crosby, C. Rathbun.
Left to right: J. Carl-
THE SENIOR DEBATING CLUB
As a member of the Naragansett Interscholastic
Debating Society, the Aldrich team is in competition
with students from southern Massachusetts as well
as from Rhode Island.
The chief purposes of the club are to promote
ease in public speaking, interest in world affairs,
and a feeling of good will and sportsmanship in all
President Forrest Rathbun
Vice-President Aaron Shatkin
Secretary . Marcelline Magee
Treasurer Marjorie Wyatt
Advisor Mr. James Warren
First row, left to right: M
bun, M. Wyatt, C. Rathbun
Second row: P. Kerkhoff
hill, F. Mangione.
THE JUNIOR DEBATING CLUB
This club is the training ground for future varsity
debaters. Throughout the year a series of debates is
held both within the club and with other schools in
order that the students may be prepared to meet
league competition in their junior and senior years.
President . . Linda Hathaway
Vice-President . , . Sandra Strumski
Secretary . Joseph Ferrelli
Treasurer . Clara Castro
Advisor . .. . Miss Edith Whitaker
Seated, left to right: P.
Harnedy, A. Williams, J. Fer-
relli, L. Hathaway, Miss
Whitaker, C. Castro, S.
Strumski, B. Lake, P.
Standing: B. Felice, J.
Beatty, J. Nyberg, R. Jenckes,
R. Ramsden, P. Smith, P.
Kingman, G. Scott, R. Pett.
Magee, A. Shatkin, F. Rath-
R. Heaton, R. Dutton, R. Ca-
First row, left to right: J.
Trenholm, M. Taylor, E.
Bleisch, N. Phelps, Mr. Madi-
son, Mr. Rohloff, L. Tarsa, A
Fletcher, N. MacLean, M
Second row: M. Pett, T.
Hull, VV. Wildprett, J. O'B1'ien,
D. Mason, A. Shatkin, R. Mc-
Dermott, E. McEwen, E
Third row: F. Mangione, R.
Wilcox, R. Dutton, F. Rath
bun, H. Brown, R. Higgins, F.
Brown, W. Aldrich, W. Jeni-
SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB
THE SCIENCE CLUBS
The aim of those who enter the realm of science under Mr. Rohloff,
Mr. Blackwell, or Mr. Madison, is to attain a first grant at the Rhode
Island Science Fair. The fair, which is the highlight and climax of the
clubs' activities, has proved to be a most profitable week. Besides fun and
enjoyment, a considerable gain in scientific knowledge has been enjoyed
President Louis Tarsa
Secretary Nancy MacLean
Treasurer Alan Fletcher
JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB
First row, left to right: J
Allen, P. Smith, N. Aldrich
P. Wildprett, J. Knowles, R
Fallstrom, L. Hathaway, Mr
Blackwell P Hard C. VVi1d-
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Second row: P. Nalibow, F
Shatkin, J. Martin, D. Inman
R. Ciolfi, I. Dwyer, D. Fish
R. Dexter, P. Putnam, M
Cox, R. Pett, O. Thibault, R
Third row: M. McKenna
W. Douglas, D. VVhittingham
E. O'Brien, G. Scott, S. Peel
A. Sampson, C. Richard, D
Conetta, J. Fish, L. Terwil
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The Aldrich Hi-Y, an all male or-
ganization afiiliated with the Y.M.C.A.,
has as its main purpose the preparation
of its members for Christian citizen-
ship. Besides the weekly get-togethers,
the club has had several meetings at
the Y.M.C.A. and a Mother and Son
banquet. The club is under the able
leadership of Mr. Blackwell.
President James Pierce
Vice-President . Lawrence Sprague
Secretary Harold Clark
Treasurer Lloyd Davis
Chaplain Bruce Burnett
Advisor ,. . .. .. Mr. Melvin Blackwell
Seated, left to right: R. McDermott, T.
Sjogren, Mr. Blackwell, H. Clark, L. Davis.
Standing: B. Burnett, L. Sprague, J.
Pierce, R. Myers, N. Pettigrew.
The Y-Teen is an organization of high
school girls who have a junior membership
in the Y.W.C.A. The purpose of the club
is to promote better relations among its gi1'ls
and to help them to learn to get along with
others. This year the sophomore, junior,
and senior girls have joined together to form
one large compact club. It was hoped that
this would help cut down the barriers
between the classes.
This year the Y-Teen has done a good
deal of bowling. Other activities were a
Christmas Holiday Fair at the Y.W.C.A.,
a rollerskating party, and a campaign for
soap wrappers and candy bars in order to
help those abroad.
The president was chosen from the
senior class, the vice-president from the
junior class and the secretary-treasurer
from the sophomore class.
President Joan Thompson
Vice-President ,. . , Dolores Greer
Secretary-Treasurer Carol Langman
Advisor . Miss Margaret Earley
Seated, left to right: S. Lyons, M. Grenier, F.
Barton, D. Greer, Miss Earley, J. Thompson, C.
Langman, V. Tarsa, S. Frederick, J .Collins,
Second row: L. Larson, C. Sandberg, G. Fos-
ter, V. Kitchegan, J. Hind, M. Rounds, N. Smith,
J. Thorson, S. Cady, N. Stringer, B. 0'Brien, N.
Underhill, N. Backus.
Third row: R. Fisher, S. Wyatt, B. O'Donnell,
B. Schmidt, J. Mills, B. Johnson, B. Thompson, M.
Wyatt, B. Fraser, P. Pettine, J. Horton, B. Dunn,
Center J Whelan
Rear left to llght C Fava M Maher M Greer M Rosenqulst D Scott E
Brown B Gantt
Semor squad Elmor Brown Clalre Fava Betty Gavltt Myrtle Greer Mary
Maher Marcla Rosenqulst Dlane Scott Janet Whelan
Jumor squad Marlene Blehler Rlta Leach Norma Marshall Barbara MOYTISOH
Barbara O Donnell Nancy Peterson Nancy Strlnger Joyce Thorson
Elght semor glrls, packed Wlth pep
and vltahty led the Aldr1ch cheermg
sectlon through many excltlng foot
ball and basketball games These glrls
practlced as hard as the players and
performed as well at the games
The Junlor glrls gamed pract1ce
and showed thexr ab1l1ty at the Junlor
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THE BAND AND TWIRLERS
Twlrlers left to Flght S Wyatt M Walsh L OBrxen J Mllls M Martm N
Jublnvllle E Hanson M Lamphere J Txernan
Band mner row P Smlth E Janson B Dunn D Peotrowskx A Bowen J Dol
bey R Hallock B Morrlson S Morrxson J Taber D Muenzel J Sandberg D
Hopkms M Tektlglan E Blelsch S Manuel N Thomas H Flsh D Ferrlera
D Chaplm B Lake W Wlldprett
Outer row R Myers W Jemson A Shatkm N Hllton S Cady C Scott F
Dean M Mxlls R Megarry R Martone L Brlcker F Morgera J Drew M Galla
gher D Rowell R Capuano L Taylor R McGovern V Aubm N Whltehead P
THE SENIOR BAND
The band had another actlve year playmg at
all the football games the Muslcal Revlew War
wlck Nxght, and the Rhode Island and New Eng
land Muslc Festivals For the first tlme ln several
years a band concert was put on Several mem
bersdplayed ln the Rhode Island and New England
Conductor Mr Marlo Pera
Student conductors Donald Hopklns
Majorette Joyce Sandberg
Moderators Mlss Grace Rafanelll
MISS Carmela Santoro
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Fnst row left to ught D Browmng C Gomes N Peterson M Rugglell C
Hathaway M Blehler B Dunn A Llttle M Every
Second row R Fallon B Gouvela L Leal D McManus D Gleer C Crosby J
Smxth M Rosenqulst P Bloomlngbulgh
Thxrd row H Cullen J Kelllher R Levesque G Johnson D Almy J DesRoches
E D Ettorle
Fourth row R Lawton C Blshop D Cote D Hopkxns E Brown K Turner
THE GLEE CLUB
Thxs year about forty students who are
mterested 1n voxce have Jomed the Glee Club
Under Mr Peras guldance thev have par
tlclpated 1n many assemblles here at school
They sang hymns at Chrlstmas gave a radxo
broadcast from the c1ty hall took part 1n the
Muslcal RGVIQW, and helped out ln many
other muslcal shows We hope thls group con
tmues to grow and to entertaln us wlth 1tS
THE JUNIOR BAND
The Junlor Hlgh Band IS made up of boys
and glrls of the elghth grade muslc classes
Playlng together 1n class and for Jumor Hxgh
assemblles, these young muslclans gam
valuable experlence Wh1Ch wlll be a great ald
to them when they Joln the Semor Band
Advlsors Mr Marlo Pera
MISS Constance Turner
Flrst row left to rlght M
Mattatall J Swlft R Kenahan R
Gauge L Terwllllger
Second row R Boutm A Del
GU1d1C9 J ODonnell R Bodette
J Lee T Ryder P Wlldprett C
Bessette E Carlson Mlss Turner
Thnd rovs G Amaral B Bloom
R Ballou H Brown E Ferrelra
D F1Sh J Plmter J Buggs H
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On the evenmgs of January 20 and 21 the Muslc Department pre
sented ltS annual Musical Revlew dlrected bv Mr Pera
Stars and Strlpes Forever Sousa
Band and Twlrlers
Wlllow Echoes Trumpet Solo F Slmon
Walter J enlson
Steppmg Out at Club Aldrlch
Chester Cook M C
Flora Dora Group
Carolyn Jones Joseph DesRoches Bernlce Gouvera Don Almy
Carol Hathaway Robert MOOdl8 Marlene Blehler Robert Leuba
Nancy Peterson Charles Rlx
Jerry Kelllher Slngs
Echoes I Can Dream Can t I7 My Bolero Daddy s Llttle G1rl
Mozart s C MaJor Concerto Plrst Movement Wayne Farrell
Splke fH1mselfD Jones Barry Gxlbert
You Always Hurt The One You Love
Barbershop Quartet That Old Gang of Mme Sweet Adellne
The Whlffenpoof Song Glee Club
I Hate Men Klss Me Kate Leonllda Leal
Lady of Spam Accordlan Solo Raymond Reynolds
Wmter Wonderland Glee Club
One World of Peace
Orchestra Chorus Wlthout a Song
Ireland Judith Mllls Henry Cullen A Llttle B1t of Heaven
Scotland Jean Goffe Charles RIX My One and Only H1ghland Fllng
Germany Boys Group Du Du Llegst M1r Im Hertzen
Es Klappert Dle Muhle
South Amerlca Rhumba
Betty Gavltt Barbara Woolhouse Barbara Callaway Barbara
Whltehead Janet Gavltt Norma Jublnvllle
France Entlre Group led by Joseph DesRoches Alouette
Holland Dutch Dance
Sandra Chlsholm Sandra Edge Barbara Jones Carol Irons
Paula Nallbow Marlanne Casey
Italy Come Back to Sorrento Rav Martone
Clrlblflbln Barbara Dunn
Gxanmna M1a Barbara and Ray
Umted States W1l11am Caldvsell Yankee Doodle Boy
Fmale One World
MHFCIH Rosenqulst Dorothy McManus Barbara Callaway
Members of the Jazz Orchestra
Ph1l1p Smlth Marcla Rosenqulst Walter Jemson Sue Cady Danlel Perry
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THE NATIONAL THESPIAN
The Natlonal Thesplan Soclety IS an
organlzatlon whlch seeks to promote a
greater appreclatlon of dramatlc arts among
hlgh school boys and glrls throughout the
country The socletv publlshes Dramatlcs
magazlne whlch IS devoted excluslvely to
the lnterests of hxgh school dramatlcs There
are more than one thousand troupes xn the
Unlted States and xts possesslons represent
mg 1IldlY1dU21l membershxps of more than
thlrtx thousand hlgh school puplls
Seated left to rlght A Fletcher J OConnor E LaPlante S Frederlck F
Barton D Greenblatt L Tarsa C Langman P Pettlne E Allard V Tarsa M Ire
land N Phelps
Second row M Ewery M Taylor J Colllns M Hoye B Johnson M Rosenqulst
A Wllllams J Wallace R Heaton P Radlcan M Bloommgburg E Blelsch T
MacLean Mr Turner
Thxrd row J Ferrelll R Cunmngham W Wlldprett R McDermott D Rowell
T Hull R Dutton W Jenxson G Johnson P Smlth J DesRoches F Rathbun H
THE SOCK AND BUSKIN CLUB
The Sock and Buskln Club the dramatlc soclety here at Aldrlch
meets the flrst Tuesday and the last Wednesday of each month The
purpose of the club IS to gain a better understandlng of the productlon
of a play At the meetlngs the members put on varlous plays many of
Wh1Ch compete wlth those presented by students of other hlgh schools
Presldent Louls Tarsa
Vxce Presldent Joseph DesRoches
Secretary Treasurer Vlfglnla Tarsa
Advlsor Mr Danlel Turner
the speclal lxghtlng effects
whom we can always depend
Secretary Txeasurex Marcla ROS8nqUlSt
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THE STAGE CREW AND ART STAFF
Behlnd the scenes of every play dance
assembly and musxcal productxon we find
members of the art staff and stage crew
workmg dxllgently to help make them suc
cessful The members of the art staff use
thelr talent IH advertlsmg decoratlng and
palntlng scenery whlch we see all durlng the
school season The stage crew s mam act1v1
tles are buxldlng sets for the stage mannmg
the projectlon camera and taklng care of
Our thanks go to these students upon
Presldent Louxs Tarsa
NICE Presldent Joseph DesRoches AdVlS0I'S
M1ss Desmond Mr Douglas Mr Ralph Scott
Seated, left to right: D.
Lovgren, E. Stiehler, Mr.
Douglas, Miss Desmond, G
Grandchamp, M. Every.
Standing: R. Fuller, D
Conlon, O. Barrette, R. Gan
De tula P Girouard,
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T. MacLean, R. Therault.
Fxrst row left to rlght L Leal E Stleh
THE NATION AL THESPIAN SOCIETY
ler E Blelsch M ROS6HqU1St N MacLean
Second row J DesRoches F Rathbun P ml
Thlrd row R McDermott R Therau
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: . , . , . S 'th, Mr. Turner, R. Dutton, H. Slpples
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
On the nlghts of March 10 and 11 1950 Aldrlch agaln had the pleasure
of wltnesslng a great Shakespearlan plav th1s tlme The Tamlng of the
Shrew The thlrd ln the Aldrlch serles of Shakespearlan plavs equalled
the magnllicence of 1ts predecessors Julius Caesar and Macbeth and was
wldely acclalmed by all cr1t1cs
The play was d1rected bv Mr Danlel Turner w1th the asslstance of
Mlss Catherlne Murray Mlss Olga Nllson and Mrs Marv Trefethen
After two splendld appearances at Aldrlch the cast toured the state
and gave scenes from the plav at Lockvxood Coventry and Pawtucket
Some members went to York Pennsvlx anla and presented scenes for the
Natlonal Drama Festlval
The cast lncluded
Chrlstopher Slv a tlnker
Hostess of the Alehouse
A Lord owner of the countrv house
Bartholomew a page
Lucent1o fCamb1ol a gentleman of Plsa
Tranlo CLucentxoJ hxs servant
Baptlsta a wealthy gentleman of Padua
Katherlne the shrew Baptxsta s daughter
Hortenslo a gentleman of Padua
Blanca Baptlsta s younger daughter
Blondello another servant to Lucent1o
Petruc1o a gentleman of Verona
Grumlo h1s servant
Servant to Baptlsta
Curtls servant to Petruc1o
Nathanlel servant to Petruc1o
Ph1l1p servant to Petruc1o
Joseph servant to Petruc1o
Nlcholas servant to Petruc1o
Peter servant to Petruc1o
A Wldovu 1n love vuth Hortenslo
Allen O Brlen
Joan O Connor?
Hunter John Barrette Weddlng guests Katherlne Gregson Betty
Schmldt Judlth Txernan Margaret IZblCk1 Rlchard Cunmngham W1l
l1amW1ldprett George Rathbun Wxlllam LaP1erre An old man Wllllam
Mulvey Servants Melvm Gordon Rlchard Fuller John Cunmff John
Barrette Robert Therault Thomas MacLean Joseph Deptula Peter
Glrouard Ollver Barrette
'F Frlday March 10
'W Saturday March 11
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In front Mrs Doran Mass Santoro
Seated left to rlght Mr Turner Mxss Conlxn Mr Amend Mr Merrltt
Standmg Mr Hoffman Mlss Earley Mr Saute MISS Doyle Mlss Whltaker Mr
Farrell Mr Crawley M1ss Murray Mr Dunn
THE FACULTY PLAY
Frieda the mald Margaret Earlev
Herbert Gage father and a vvrlter
Sarah Gage h1S 14 vear old daughter
Paula Gage h1s 12 vear old daughter
Marge Gage hlS wlfe Edlth Whltaker
Barbara Gage 21 vears old Betty Doyle
George Husted Barbara s boyfrlend
Jonathan Rockw ood a farmer
Mathllda Rockwood h1s vs 1fe Esther Conlln
Mr Loomis the Gages lawyer
Uncle Walter Dan1e1 Turner
Matt Rockwood son of Jonathan
Carson Francls Crawley
Constable W1l11am Dunn
Dzrector Miss CATHERINE MURRAY
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on league games
First row left to right R Senecal W Devaney A OBrien K Moffat J Kelllher
J Wallace J DesRoches R Moodle D Almy E Roy C Davis J Tlernan W
Second row K Quint E Roy F Baguchinsky G Avedisian R Lynch P Desllets
J Donnelly R Hackett R Gardner R Schaller D Cote G Johnson P Paige H
Third row Mr Dunn C Ball D Mills D Devaney B Dauphlnee P Smith J
Silvia C Rlx R Rowan J Deptula E Anderson R Armfield K Martin
The w1nn1ng streak of the Aldrich Indlans was cut
short at 26 when St Raphaels Class A club shut out the
record of 23 straight league VlCt0F19S VVhlCh vve stdl hold
was lost with the Class B champlonshlp when West Warwlck
scored in the final 47 seconds of our Armistice Day game
for a 20 18 victory The city champlonshlp remalned with
Aldrlch when on Thanksglving Day we trounced Gorton
27 7 on our new field The only close games of the season
were the 20 18 upset by West Warwick and the Woonsocket
game whlch we won 9 6 The Red Raiders were on our
half yard l1ne when the final whistle blew
Defenslvelv Aldrich showed great superiority for
while only 33 points vxere scored against the team they
scored 225 polnts an average of 28 pO1HtS each garne
Bill Devaney was selected as an All State back while
Joe DesRoches Bob MO0d16 and Don Almy were members
of the All Class B team Devaney also led Class B in
scoring with 100 polnts Other oustandlng players were
B111 Silvia Junior quarterback Eddie Roy sophomore
tackle Jerry Kelllher and Jim Tlernan place kicking star
Both Sllvla and Roy w1ll be back to help form another good
Aldrlch club in 1950
St Raphael Aldrich 9 Woonsocket
No Providence Aldrich Classical
Central Falls 'Aldrich Westerly
Pawtucket West Aldrich West Warwick
Mt St Charles Aldrich Gorton
1 1 ,,
Emll Roy Joseph DesRoches
left tackle center
Kenneth Moffat Wllllam Devaney Allen 0 BUSH
nght end rxght halfback left end
The sharpshooting of forwards, Bill
Arnold, Bob Powers, and Pete Buckley com-
bined with the diligent guarding of Jack
Wallace, Dick Lorimer, and Tom Odell gave
Aldrich one of its best teams in recent years.
The team racked up seven league victories
before Westerly proved to be too much and
came out victorious, 49-39. By losing this
game we fell from the undefeated ranks into
second place behind the Bulldogs. After this
single defeat, the team went on to win their
remaining games and became eligible for the
state playoffs in which, they proved them-
selves a championship team.
Powers and Arnold were among the top
scorers in Class B, each having an average
of almost 20 points per game.
Coach: Mr. Sullivan
Kneeling, left to right:
W. Arnold, R. Lorimer, R.
gowlers, J. Wallace, P.
Standing: Mr. Sullivan,
B. Burnett, W. Devaney,
G. Avedisian, T. Odell, H.
Clark, P. Smith, D. Hop-
kins, J. McAleer.
hall, R. Higgins, J. Ball
G. Phillips, R. Mills, D
Brackenberry, C. Rix, E
I. V. BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity team began auspi-
ciously by defeating a good Pawtucket West
J. V. 31-28 and completed its exhibition
games with a record of 4 wins and 1 loss,
that to R. I. Training School. It then looked
forward to a successful season in league com-
petition. The two teams that have marred
the J. V. record to date are Gorton and
North Providence. The present record is 10
wins and 3 losses in league competition, and
the team is looking forward to winning its
remaining 4 games.
The team has shown definite promise and
it should provide Aldrich with another
capable varsity team next year.
The quintet was paced by Captain Francis
Satchell and John Ball, who were the team's
leading scorers. Bill Silvia showed outstand-
ing guarding ability and floor work and
should prove to be a promising member of
next year's senior squad. Others who should
see varsity action next year are Charles Rix,
Bernard Mulhall, Robert Mills, and Bill
Coach: Mr. Crawley
Left to right: Mr. Craw-
ley, F. Satchell, B. Mul-
Roy, W. Silvia, A. Shat-
HAROLD CLARK RICHARD LORIMER JACK WALLACE
Guard Forward Guard
WILLIAM DEVANEY WILLIAM ARNOLD THOMAS ODELL
Forward ROBERT POWERS Guard
JOSEPH MCALEER PETERGLESQZKLEY BRUCE BURNETT
First row, left to right: J
McAleer, T. Sjogren, R. Wil
cox, L. Tarsa, P. Smith, R.
Moodie, D. Almy, E. Brown,
Second row: E. Roy, K.
Quint, A. Fletcher, A. O'Brien,
F. Brown, D. Cote, J. O'Brien,
B. M lhall.
Third row: Mr. Rudert, C
Rix, R. Schaller, R. Armfield
R. Lorimer, R. Powers.
THE TRACK TEAM
The 1950 Aldrich track team, coached by
Mr. Rudert, competed in many meets, placed
well in all features, and showed determina-
tion and perseverance.
Alan Fletcher and Louis Tarsa were
chosen to compete in Boston in the hurdles
and the 880. Others on the team who proved
valuable were Jim Tiernan and Al O'Brien
in the 440, Dick Lorimer and Bob Powers in
the broad-jump, and Phil Smith in the mile.
Several of the boys were selected for All-
THE GYM TEAM
The Aldrich gym team showed its usual
skill and daring in the annual Gym Exhibi-
tion. As usual, dances, military marching,
and clowning were in the program. The boys
were excellent on the high bars and in
Among the outstanding performers were
Harry Lefebvre, Joe Donnelly, Ralph Gange,
Kenton Quint, Robert Gardner, and Ralph
The program presented by these boys
ended with the tableaus for which Aldrich
and Mr. Rudert are well known.
In front, left to right: R. Sharpe
R. Gange, F. Briggs.
bvre, C. Davis, A. Woolhouse, J
Donnelly, E. Bourassa, Mr. Rudert
Rear: P. Tubman, R. Gardner, R
Tucker, D. McKenzie, C. Rix, K
Quint, R. Mason.
Standing: T. MacLean, H. Lefe-
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THE LEADERS' CORPS
While the main object of the
Leaders' Corps is assisting Mrs.
, Doran, the girls also sponsor in-
tramural activities in field hockey,
volleyball, basketball, and soft-
ball. To be admitted to the organi-
zation one must have the qualities
of sportsmanship, leadership, de-
pendability, and scholarship.
President .. .......,......,. Marcia Rosenquist
Vice-President ,.....,.. Joan Thompson
Secretary. .. ..,,.., . Gloria Grandchamp
Treasurer ,. .. ..., .... S hirley Morrison
Advisor.. ..,.,....... Mrs. Andrena Doran
Center, left to right: G. Grandchamp,
M. Rosenquist, J. Thompson, S. Morri-
Rear: B. Morrison, D. Greenblatt, C.
Fava, B. O'Donnell, E. Bleisch, D. Greer,
E. LaPlante, N. MacLean, J. Houde, L.
George, M. Every.
Each week this group of sports-minded
girls turns out for Sportsnight to engage in
a variety of athletic activities. Among the
favorite sports are softball, basketball, vol-
leyball and field hockey. Numerals are
awarded to the girls who participate regu-
larly and letters are won by those who have
shown outstanding ability.
During the year an exchange of visits
has been made with the girls of Lockwood
and Gorton for friendly sessions of sports
Advisor ..,.,.,......,.....,...... Mrs. Andrena Doran
First row, left to right: D. Johnson, H. Mag-
nan, L. Hathaway, J. Taber, G. Grandchamp, M.
Rosenquist, J. Thompson, C. Castro, J. Tiernan
H. Devaney, J. Campbell, C. Sandberg.
Second row: N. Freden, R. Check, P. Thomas,
J. Gallaway, R. Fisher, D. Greer, E. LaPlante, C
Fava, M. Ruggieri, N. Aldrich, M. Grenier, F. Malo,
Third row: J. Collins, A. Fletcher, J. Smith, J
Knight, M. Satchell, J. Houde, E. Bleisch, M. Every,
.IG Agams, C. Wynaught, B. Schmidt, R. Derjue, R
Fourth row: F. Barton, M. Taylor, J. Smith
T. Seguin, S. Wyatt, D. Greenblatt, L. George, N
MacLean, E. McCarthy, L. Pearson, P. Pettine
V. Tarsa, S. Lyons.
Fifth row: M. Pett, D. Anderson, J. Johnson
J. Davis, P. Harnedy, V .Scott, Mrs. Doran, N
Smith, M. Rounds, K. Gregson, J. Trenholm, L
First row, left to right: R.
Hudson, G .Ferriera, R. Haw-
kins, R. Haynes, J. Radcliffe,
B. Landy, J. Marsden.
Second row: N. Patterson
W. Lynch, E. Haynes, Rl
Palardy, T. Allin, W. Snead,
D. Fish, R. Macauley.
Third row: J. O'Donnell
R. St. Laurent, W. Fortune:
R. Cote, G. Griffin, R. John-
son, W. Burns, D. Melder, A
DelGuidice, Mr. Crawley.
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Despite their record of three wins and four defeats, Mr. Crawley feels
that the young boys on the Junior High squad did a good job and are ready
to help the 1950 varsity. Among those who will probably be on the varsity
squad next fall are Evan and Ronnie Haynes, Dick Marsden, Bill Burns,
George Ferriera, Tom Allin, and Bob Hudson.
Aldrich 0., ,.
Aldrich 0.1, ,
Aldrich 13.. ,, ,
Aldrich 6 ,.., .
R. I. Training School 0 Aldrich 12. .. .R. I. Training School 0
Lockwood 25 Aldrich 0 .. . LaSalle Junior Varsity 19
. Lockwood 0 Aldrich 25 . East Providence 7
..R. I. Training School 19
Coach: Mr. Crawley.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
By glancing at the won and lost column of the Junior High Basketball
team, the season could be described as a failure. But in the estimation of
their coach, Mr. Farrell, they have done very well considering that the
sport was new to most of the boys. Some of the boys, including Jim Silvia,
Ray Schaller, Bill Burns, and Dennis Fish, were outstanding and more will
be seen of them in future years on the basketball court.
Coach : Mr. Farrell.
Left to right: D. Fuller
I. Dwyer, S. Manuel, D. Hin-
dle, R. Schaller, Mr. Farrell
H. Ramsden, J. Silvia, D
Fish, P. Henschel, G. Har-
rington, D. Devaney.
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