Aldrich High School - Reminder Yearbook (Lakewood, RI)
- Class of 1951
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We, the class of 1951, dedicate this Reminder to john William
Henry. Although jack graduated in 1948, we feel that he was just
one of us. His magnetic personality drew everyone whom he met into
his circle of many friends. Not only was jack noted for his friendliness
and school spirit, but he was a top-notch athlete in many sports.
One of the highlights of the 1948 football season was the selection
of Jackie, our ace backfield man, to the All-State first team. It was the
first time in history that an Aldrich player was honored in this way.
His sports activities did not end there, however. His leadership and
ability led the track and basketball teams to successful seasons.
A sincere friend, with a never-ending loyalty to his school and
classmates, and a will and spirit which has never been matched in
Aldrich, is the description which best fits Jack' Henry. His name will
live forever in the hearts of all Aldrichites, and in the future it will
become greater, as he himself would have made it greater.
MR. CHARLES B. MacKAY
Superintendent of Schools
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Standing: joseph DelVecchio, B.A., Ed. B.,
Thomas Lavery, Jr., Ed. B., Barbara Dill,
Ed. B., Esther R. Conlin, Ed. B., Margaret
E. Earley, Ed. B., Margaret P. Gannon, Ed.
B., Mary A. Galiano, Ed. B., James Warren,
Ed. B., Robert Casey, A.B.
Seated: Mary G. Trefethen, Olga Nilson, A.B.,
Daniel Turner, B.S., CDC-partment Headl
Catherine T. Murray, Ed. B., Edna C. Shan-
ley, Ed. B., M. Ed.
Alfred E. Saute, A.B., Antonette E. A.B. in C. Ed
Seated: Miss Rafanelli, Ed. B.
Standing: Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Warren, Ed. B.,
Mr. Dunn, Ph. B., Mr. Rothemich, A.B.,
Seated: Robert Casey, A.B., Carmela E. San-
rora, iDepartment Headb Ed. B., M.A., Ed-
ward E. Hart, A.B.
Standing: J. Irving Mournighan, Ph. B., M.
Ed., Joseph DelVecchio, B.A., Ed. B., Fran-
cis T. Crawley, Ed. B., M. Ed.
William Farrell, A.B., Alida B. Walsh, B.S., M.S., Margaret
E. Earley, Ed. B. .
Seated: joan Stender, Myrtle E. Godwin, CDe-
partmenr Headb A.B. in B. Ed., Antonerte
E. Cannao, A.B. in C. Ed., M. Ed.
Standing: William G, Farrell, A.B., Eliza Pine
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Ed., Andrena Doran, B.S., M.A.
Standing: John Rudert, B.S.,
M.Ed., George Nagel, B.S.
LIBRARIAN MR. SCOTT'S SECRETARY
joseph H. Rohloff, B.S., M.S. fDepartment Headj, A Mel-
vin Blackwell, Ed. B., M.A., Theodore F. Hoffman, Ed. B.,
William R. Dunn, Ph. B.
fy E. Turner, B,S,, Edith G, Ralph G. Scott, Chester C. Doug-
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MUSIC DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
Mario Pera, Constance Turner, B.S. Stanley Madison, B.S.
Though the expanse of our country separates him from us, we,
the Class of 1951, will remember the patience and fortitude with
which Mr. Sullivan guided our class through our four years of high
school life. His faithful guidance continued, in spite of the fact that he
coached both our baseball and basketball teams. Through his ceaseless
efforts, our class rings were choseng our class bank well-stockedg our
senior play rated as a huge success.
May we express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation and wish
him God's guidance in his new position.
In sincere appreciation of Miss Myrtle Godwin's unassuming role
as advisor, we, the members of the Class of 1951, express our thanks
for the part she played in making our last months at Aldrich successful
ones. After taking over our class, she guided us through the planning
of our Class Day, Senior Prom, and Graduation with patience and
Mr. Sullivan was gone, but we had Miss Godwin's faithful
assistance in his stead.
D. A. R.
Each year it is the pleasure of the senior girls and faculty to choose a girl who in
their estimation possesses the following qualities: dependability, leadership, scholarship,
The recipient of this honor is well-known to her classmates for these reasons, along
with her engaging smile and the sincerity with which she attacks each endeavor. Her
natural leadership may be exemplified by her success as president of the Leaders' Corps
and Co-editor of the Reminder. Even in her junior year her outstanding qualities were
brought forth when she was elected Governor at the American Legion Auxiliary
May she continue to be an outstanding success in all her future years.
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RAYMOND E. AMARAL
95 Hasbrouck Ave., Hillsgrove
Reminder Advertising Busi-
ness Board 4g Reminder Art
Staff 45 Aldrichite 43 Senior
ELMER M. ANDERSON
275 Irving Rd., Lakewood
Easy going Swede
Mixed with fun
Another "Hot Rod" driver
Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3g
Spanish Club 2, 35 Home Room
iiepresentative 1, 3 3 Gym Club
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SHIRLEY H. ANGELL
34 Frederick St., Norwood
Short 'n sweet
Honey of a redhead
Ain't she cute!
Sports Night 2, 3, 4, Aldrich-
ite 4g Knit-Wit Club' 3, 4,
Leaders' Corps 49 Cheerleader
45 Senior Executive Boardg
Gym Exhibition 25 Musical
Review 45 Y-Teen 29 Library
ROSALIE S. ARNOLD NANCY A- BACKUS
26 Edgeknoll Ave., Gaspee 37 Gaspee P0iHt DI'-a Gaspee
Ready for fun Neat as 3 Pifl
Sophisticated Amlable n
Attractive Beamlllg Smile
Library Aide 15 Cafeteria
Corps 15 Sports Night 1, 45
Sock 8x Buskin 25 Band 2, Re-
minder Advertising Business
Board 43 Reminder Literary
Board and Art Staff 4, Fash-
ion Show 45 Gym Exhibition
lg R. I. Music Festival 23
Musical Review 2.
Senior Play, Fashion Show 45
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WILLIAM H. BAKER K JOHN H. BALL
13 Canoncllgiet Ave., Gaspee , 239 Welfare Ave., Norwood
Igumorous 1 Bashful
ecommg persona I Y Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 1. 1, 2, 3, 4g Gym Exhibition lg
Speech Contest 45 Track 4.
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MARLENE E. BIEHLER
95 Nolbeth Dr., Norwood
Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Sports
Night 25 Glee Club 35 Musical
Review 3, 45 Y-Teen 25 Fash-
ion Show 15 Knit-Wit Club 3,
President 45 Gym Exhibition
35 Aldrichite 45 R. I. Music
Festival 35 Aldrichite Sales-
man 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA J. BITGOOD
14 Sandlewood Ave., Norwood
Bubbling with personality
Just a "Cutie"
Bundle of joy
Y-Teen 25 Knit-Wit Club 3, 45
Reminder Salesman 25 Gym
Exhibition 15 Library Aide 15
Musical Review 4.
RICHARD E. BLOMQUIST
165 Puritan Drive, Norwood
Bettie dl W j! Ed
ELIZABETH M. BRINK M EDWARD H. BROWN
224 Tennyson Rd., Lakewood A VL, 222 Jefferson St., Lakewood
Energetic N V0JsEndless fun
Mischievous - OJ Happy-go-lucky
Brown-eyed blonde IC, I Bashful
Y-Teen 2, Gym Exhibition 15 , QM Glee Club 1, 4, Reminder Ad
Knit-Wit Club 3, 45 Library X vertising Business Board 4
Aide 15 Musical Review 4. NV Track 35 Musical Review 2, 4
FRANCIS H. BROWN
6 Manor Dr., Spring Green
Headed for science career
Bashful but becoming
Science Club 1, 3, 43 Track 1,
2, 3, 43 Baseball 43 Reminder
Literary Board 4.
DIANE E. BROWNING
80 Pilgrim Dr., Norwood
Busy as Brown1ng's pen
Home Room Representative 13
Library Aide 13 Reminder
Salesman 13 Sports Night 13
Y-Teen 23 Fashion Show 13
Glee Club 33 Musical Review
3, 43 Aldrichite 3, 43 Reminder
Literary Board, Chairman 43
Oflice Staff 4.
SUSAN J. CADY
16 Eleanor St., Gaspee Plateau
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Musical Re-
view 1, 2, 3, 43 Sock Ku Buskin
43 Reminder Literar Board
43 Aldrichite 43 Y-lI'een 33
Executive Committee 33 R. I.
Band Festival 1, 2, 33 N. E.
and R. I. Music Festival 1, 2,
NANCY L. CARLSON
38 Prince St., Lakewood
Nice to know
Knit-Wit Club 43 Reminder
Advertising Business Board
43 Gym Exhibition 1, 33 Fash-
ion Show 13 Reminder Sales-
JOHN H. CHURCH
161 Canonchet Ave., Gaspee
Spanish Club 3, 43 Aldrichite
Business Board 4g Reminder
Staff 43 J. V. Baseball 33 Base-
CAROLE L. CROSBY
142 Elm St., Norwood
Liked by everyone
Gym Exhibition 33 Glee Club
33 Library Aide 23 Musical
Review 33 R. I. Music Festival
33 Knit-Wit Club 4.
BARBARA M. CURTIS
287 Pawtuxet Ave., Norwood
Mighty nice to know
Cafeteria Corps 23 Fashion
Show 13 Library Aide 33 Re-
minder Advertising Business
Board 43 Y-Teen 2.
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CYNTHIA R. DALLINGER
8 Englewood La., Gaspee Plateau
Cute as a button
Aldrichite 3, 43 Reminder Lit-
erary Board 43 Gym Exhibi-
tion 33 Knit-Wit Club 43 Fash-
ion Show 13 Y-Teen 2.
ELEANOR G. DALLINGER
8 Englewood La., Gaspee Plateau
Ever so sweet
Gym Exhibition 33 Aldrichite
3, 43 Reminder Literary Board
43 Knit-Wit Club Literary 43
Y-Teen 23 Fashion Show 1.
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CYNTHIA J. DARLING
90 Birch St., Lakewood
.lusta little "Darling"
Aldrichite 3, 4g Reminder Lit-
erary Board 43 Gym Exhibi-
tion 33 Y-Teen 2g Senior Play
JOSEPH DEPTULA, JR.
173 Cottage St., Hillsgrove
Diligent stage hand
Stage Crew 3, 45 Football 3, 45
Home Room Representative 2,
45 Musical Review 3, 4.
CAROLYN M. DI SAIA
1250 Post Rd., Norwood
Knit-Wit Club 45 Gym Exhibi
tion 15 Library Aide 15 Fash-
ion Show 15 Aldrichite 45 Re-
minder 4 5 Reminder Salesman
35 Sports Night 1.
16 Hartford Pl., Gaspee Plateau
Hot rod enthusiast
Football 1, 25 Baseball 35 Hi
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view 45 Speaking Contest 1.
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x, K :BARBARA A.lI3'UNN xr' ROSALIE M. FALLON
" 273 Egifts., bxorwood 166 Assembly Dr., Warwick
Brown-e beauty . Downs
Ardent igqgiigele' ' Reliable
f Dynami, pe Mixed with fun
5,0 Band! , 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2,
!3' 45 Orchestra 2, 35 R. I.
Mu' Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, N. E.
sic Festival 1, 2, 45 Sock Ka
kin 45 Reminder Literary
B d and Advertising Board
45 ome Room Representative
15 Student Council 15 Y-Teen
35 Aldrichite 45 Gym Exhibi-
tion 35 Musical Review 1, 2, 3,
45 Spanish Club 45 Tri-Hi Re-
Library Aide 15 Gym Exhibi-
tion 1, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35
Knit-Wit Club 45 Musical Re-
view 1, 2, 35 R. I. Music Fes-
tival 2, 35 N. E. Music Festi-
Pup Bev Carol
RICHARD S. FISCHER BEVERLY A. FRASER CAROLIN M. GANGE
136 Pocahontas Dr., Governor 99 Broad St., Norwood 341 Sargent St., Norwood
Francis Farms I , , , ,
Brlmmmg over with mischief Calm, Cool, and Collected
Reserved manner Always on the go Mighty nice to know
So nice!! Fleeting as a second Genial disposition
Reminder Literary Board, Art
Staff, Salesman, Reminder
Advertising Business Board 4,
Aldrichite 2, 3, 4g Library
Aide 1, 25 Art Staff 2, 33 Musi-
cal Review 19 Knit-Wit Club
4, Y-Teen 35 Gym Exhibition
Library Aide 33 Sports Night
1, 23 Sock Q Buskin 2g Re-
minder Advertising Business
Board 4g Gym Exhibition 33
Fashion Show 1, 4.
CAROLYN R. GARRAHAN
9 Kilvert St., Hillsgrove
Good friend to all
Library Aide 1, 2, 3, Glee
Club 1, 2, 43 Musical Review
1, 2, 45 Sports Night lg Gym
IRENE F. GASKEY
462 Warwick Ave., Lakewood
Good-natured as they come
Gym Exhibition 13 Fashion
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Barry Pete Bunny
W. BARRY GILBERT PETER J. GIROUARD BERNICE A. GOUVEIA
33 Roseland Ave., Hillsgrove 160 Wendell Rd., Lakewood 133 Cottage St., Hillsgrove
Whimsical Pleasing personality Bewitching
Boundless energy Jack-of-all-trades Always ladylike
Good-natured Good-natured Genuinely sincere
Basketball 13 Football 2, Band Stage Crew 3, 43 Sock Sz Bus- Sports Night 1, 43 Knit-Wit
1, 2g Aldrichite 1, 2, 3, 4, Re- kin 4, Musical R iew 3, 4. Club 4, Reminder Advertising
minder Advertising Business if ,fa , Business Board 45 Gym Exhi-
bf bition 1, 3, 4 3 Fashion Show 13
Board 4, Musical Review 1, 3,
43 Hi-Y 43 Spanish Club 43
Board 45 Reminder Literary
Gym Exhibition 1, 2. 4' W
GERALD L. GRAY
44 Blanchard Ave., Spring Gree
Glee Club 35 Musical Review
DOLORES C. GREER
1688 Post Rd., Hillsgrove
Good-natured Diligent and dependable
Lackadalslcal Capable in all fields
Sports Night 2, 3, 4, Leaders'
Corps 3, President 4, Aldrich-
ite 3, 43 Co-Editor of Remind-
er 4g Y-Teen 2, 35 Reminder
Salesman 2, 3, 43 Glee .Club 3,
Musical Review 3, R. I. Music
Festival 35 N. E. Music Fes-
tival 2, Executive Committee
13 Class Secretary 23 Class
Treasurer 3, Student Council
1, 43 Gym Exhibition 1, 33
gngt-:Vit Club 3g Oiiice Staff
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CAROL A. HATHAWQAYQJ
175 Pierce Ave., Norwood
Cute as a buttercup
Y-Teen 23 Aldrichite 23 Co-
Editor 43 Glee Club 33 Musical
Review 3, 43 Gym Exhibition
13 Knit-Wit Club 4.
B. BRUCE HOPKINS
87 Adams St., Gaspee Plateau
Brisk jitterbug artist
Spanish Club 3, 43 Reminder
iiiterary Board 43 Baseball 3,
RICHARD L. HIGGINS
45 Osceola Ave., Gaspee Plateau
Reliable as homework
Liked by all
Student Council 43 Aldrichite
Sports Editor 43 Track 2, 4g
Basketball 1, 3, 43 Science
Club 3, 43 Junior Honor So-
LYNNE E. HOPPIN
167 Canonchet Ave., Gaspee
Happy as a lark
Aldrichite 3, Gossip Editor 43
Gym Exhibition 33 Art Stafli
3g Reminder Literary Board
43 Knit-Wit Club 43 Y-Teen 23
Fashion Show 1.
CHARLES S. HORTON
12 Bayside Avenue, Pawtuxet
Reminder Advertising Busi-
ness Board 43 Hi-Y 43 Gym
Joamle Bob Margie
JOAN M. HORTON ROBERT H. HORTON MARGARET A. HOYE
41 Snow Rd., Norwood 12 Bayside Ave., Pawtuxet 242 Milton Rd., Lakewood
Just so Resolute- Most retiring
Modest Miss Happy-go-lucky Amiable classmate
Hospitable Hilarious prankster Helpful and co-operative
Y-Teen 35 Knit-Wit Club 3, 45
Spanish Club 3, Vice-President
45 Fashion Show 3, 45 Remind-
er Literary Board, Snap Shot
Editor 45 Aldrichite Editorial
Staff 45 Reminder Advertising
Business Board 45 Sock KL Bus-
kin 45 Office Staff 4.
Aldrichite 45 Reminder Liter- Reminder Advertising Busi-
ary Board, Senior Editor 45 ness Board Manager 45 Sports
Science Club 4. Night 45 Sock Kr Buskin 2, 3,
45 Aldrichite 1, Business
Board 15 Math Club 1, 25
Library Aide 45 Y-Teen 25
Competition Play 25 Knit-Wit
Club 35 Taming of the Shrew,
MARJORIE A. HULL
Old Plainfield Pike, Scituate
Cafeteria Corps 1, 2, 35 Debat-
ing Club 2, 35 Art Staff 45
Gym Exhibition 1, 35 Remind-
er Literary Board 45 Remind-
er Advertising Business Board
45 Fashion Show 4.
MARGARET M. IDE
78 Lawn Ave., Pawtuxet
Makes friends easily
Student Council 45 Sock 8z
Buskin 45 Cafeteria Corps 45
Reminder Advertising Busi-
ness Board 45 Reminder Lit-
erary Board 45 Knit-Wit 4,
Gym Exhibition 3.
C. GEORGE JACOBSON
1138 Narragansett Pkwy.,
Sock Sz Buskin 4, Hi-Y 4
Spanish Club 3, 4.
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F. WALTER JENISON
152 Sumner Ave., Norwood
BETTY E. JOHNSON
216 Milton Rd., Lakewood
Friend to all Brimful of fun
Whiz on the trumpet Ever attractive
Just a "swell guy" Jubilant
Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Jazz Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Reminder Literary Board 4,
Aldrichite 43 Musical Review
1, 2, 3, 4, N. E. Music Festival
1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play, R. I.
Music Festival 1 2 3' Cla
Wit Club 3, 45 Fashion,'Show
Student Council 45 Library
Aide 2, 3, 41 Cafeteria Corps 1,
25 Aldrichite 3, 49 Reminder
Literary Board and Photog-
raphy Editor 4g Sports Night
4g Science Clubg Sock Kr Bus-
kin 2, 3, 43 Gym Exhibition 3:
Competition Play 1' Y Teen 2
3 Junior Honor Society Knit
1 Spanish Club 4 Taming of
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DORIS L. JOHNSON CAROLYN R. JONES
129 Lavan St., N0rWO0d 292 Sumner Ave., Norwood
Dependable Center of fun
Lastingly friendly Raring to go
Jocund Jumpy as a puppet on a string
Fashion Show 13 Gym Exhibi-
tion 15 Y-Teen 2.
Aldrichite 1, 43 Reminder Lit-
erary Board 4, Class Treas-
urer 25 Home Room Represen-
tative 3g Sock 8x Buskin 43
Senior Playg Speaking Contest
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Gym
Exhibition 33 R. I. Musical
Festival 3, 43 Musical Review
3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 4.
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Ann .. rown Dr.,
Q Gas - Plateau
Bubbling p onalit
Energy plus I
Y-T e 3g Exhibition 35
Al i ' ossip Editor 45
ior xecutive Committeeg
' er Literary Board and
S xor Editorg Sports Night 43
S ck Kr Buskin Aldrichite
RICHARD E. KIESER
4 Apple Tree La., Governor
Endowed with red hair
Keen sense of humor
Senior Playg Camera Club
Movie Squad 4.
DONALD J. KING
106 Newfield Ave., Lakewood
Just a good fellow
Stage Crew 4.
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DONALD S. KOLLETT EVELYN T- KRUGER
92 Yale Ave., Gaspee Plateau 65 Eaflham WHY, HillS8'1'0Ve
Deliberate Easy going
Sedulous Tall with little talk
Keen at track Kind in her ways
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 49 Re-
minder Advertising Business
RITA J. LEACH
17 Senaca St., Hillsgrove
Ray of Sunshine
Reminder Advertising Busi-
'ness Board 43 Reminder Liter-
ary Board 43 Gym Exhibition
33 Library Aide 2, 33 Knit-Wit
Club 3, 43 Cafeteria Corps 43
Cheerleader 3, 4.
RAYMOND H. LEVESQUE JOHN P.
91 Thurman St., Lakewood 139 Gould Ave.
Romanticist at heart Jollification plus t
Happy-go-lucky Pleasing personality
Lackadaisical Loads of fun
Football 1, 43 Baseball 23 Bas- Baseball 1, 3, 43 Gym Club 4
ROBERT W. LEWIS
129 Gould Ave., Norwood
Science Club 1, 2, 43 Baseball
13 Basketball 13 Football 1, 23
Band 1, 23 Aldrichite Business
Board 43 Reminder 43 Gym
Exhibition 13 Track 3, 43
Stage Crew 2.
Dr., Gaspee Plateau
Science Club 3, 43 Aldrichite
Business Manager 43 Debating
Club 3, 43 Student Council
President 43 Good Will 1, 2,
3, 4g Junior Honor Society.
Jim Gail Ken
JAMES E. MARBLE GAIL S. MARSHALL KENNETH H. MARTIN
252 Fair St., Gaspee Plateau 107 Nogh COHIEETY Club Dr., 271 Irving Rd., Lakewood
Jolly bl0I1d aspee ateau Kidding all the time
EIQUIIISQRSM plus Genial Ham at heart
Mile-wide smile Studious Matchless comedian
Sclence Club 3, 45 Aldrichite M
25 Baseball 3, 4.
Taming of the Shrew 35 Span-
ish Club 3, 45 Sock Kr Buskin
45 Senior Play5 Reminder
Business Board, Literary
Board and Art Staff 45 Stu-
Football 2, 3, 45 Science Club
35 Spanish C1'ub 3, 45 Basket-
ball 15 Gym Exhibition 15
Senior Executive Committeeg
Aldrichite 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior
Play5 Glee Club 4.
dent Advisor to Junior High
Assemblies 45 French Club 4.
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MARGUERITE W. MARTINK X ' . '3 J RAYMOND M. MARTONE
89 Yucatan Dr., Hoxie 's V5 KX PQ I' ' 43 Whitin Ave., Lakewood
Magnetic personality 'YJ Y K 5 Xi " Rising vocalist
Welcome as sunshine Q! w Adventuresome
Measureless imagination J f 5, , Matchless way with a song
Twirler 1, 2, 3, 45 Reminder XX. .QV Spanish Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2,
Literary Board 45 Snap Shot
Editor5 Reminder Advertising
Business Board 45 Office Staff
2, 3, 45 Library Aide 15 Y-
Teen 25 Musical Review 2, 3,
45 Gym Exhibition 15 Sports
Night 1, 45 Student Council 15
N. E. Music Festival 25 R. I.
Music Festival 3.
3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 N. E.
Music Festivalg R. I. Music
Feitivalg Musical Review 1, 2,
NORMA L. MARX
59 Astral St., Spring Green
Never a dull moment
Glee Club 1, 25 Twirler 15
Bowling Club 45 Musical Re-
view 1, 25 Gym Exhibition 2.
JOHN C. McGINNES
11 Star St., Palace Gardens
Spanish Club 3, 45 Sock 8z Bus-
kin 45 Senior Play5 Reminder
Literary Board, Sports Editor.
ROBERT A. McGOVERN
82 Louisiana Ave., Lincoln Park
Band 1, 2, 3.
RICHARD S. MILLER
130 Norwood Ave., Norwood
Sincere in every way
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BARBARA A. MORRISON
224 Washington St., Lakewood
Leaders' Corps 2, 35 Treasurer
45 Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym
Exhibition 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2,
35 Music Festival 1, 2, 35 N. E.
Music Festival 1, 2, Musical
Review 1, 2, 3, 45 Reminder
Literary Board and Salesman
45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Library
Aide 15 Y-Teen 25 Aldrichite
NORMAN E. MOSHER
30 Aberdeen Ave., Gaspee
Notable in sports
Football 2, 3, 4.
FRANK J. MUENZEL BERNARD A. MULHALL
431 Post Rd., Lakewood 241 Holmes Rd., Lakewood
Friendly Basketball enthusiast
Jocose Always dependable
Matchless Mighty nice to have around
Basketball 1, 3, 45 Student
Council 4g Co-Editor of the
Reminder, Literary Board 4.
BEVERLY M. 0'BRIEN
346 Chestnut St., Norwood
Merry and mischievous smile
Good Will 2, 3, 43 Math Club
1g Y-Teen 2, 33 Junior Honor
Society, Fashion Show 1, 4,
Sports Night 2 3 Reminder,
Senior Editor 43 Reminder Ad-
vertising Business Board.
THOMAS H. ODELL
413 Atlantic Ave., Lakewood
. Tops with all
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Executive
Committee, Senior Play, Gym
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1, f BARBARA M. O'DONNELL
"" 109 Irving Rd., Lakewood
Oodles of fun
Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Leaders'
Corps 2, 3, Secretary 45 Knit-
Wit Club 3, 45 Sports Night
1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 35 Fash-
ion Show 1, 45 Aldrichite 45
Reminder Literary Board 45
Musical Review 2, 4.
PHILIP B. PAIGE
414 Fair St., Gaspee Plateau
Born to be popular
Football 2, 3, 45 J. V. Baseball
3, 45 Class Vice-President 33
Class Treasurer 45 Track 4.
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ROBERT E. PARK, JR.
11 Palm Blvd., Lakewood
Hi-Y 45 Reminder Advertis-
ing Business Board 45 Safety
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Danny Z' f' 7, " ' ' , Pete
DANIEL F. PERRY ' N ,JL fi ' NANCY 0. PETERSON
357 NaI'I'3g2HSett Pkwy., N 'J K , K 197 Harrington Ave., Norwood
Warwick Downs Q, 'UM ' , i
V Al I K Neat little Swede
Dan-dy Clarinetist X If W Q Operation-fun
Friendly attitude ff Petite as a Wren
Placid I 3 I
, XA l Sock Ka Buskm 15 Y-Teen 25
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 0I'Ch6Stl'a 1, U' ' N, Home Room Representative 1,
2, 3, 45 Gym Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Q 3 , 'iv 2, 3, 45 Aldrichite 3, Co-Editor
Glee Club 45 Musical Review ' lj 45 Office Staff 1, 25 Knit-Wit
1, 2, 3, 45 N. E. Music Festival Club 45 Glee Club 35 N, E,
1, 2, 4. W Music Festival 25 Musical Re-
R view 3, 45 Junior Honor So-
ciety5 Gym Exhibition 15
Fashion Show 1.
LOIS A. PONTARELLI
327 Pawtuxet Ave., Norwood
Always a true friend C
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' 'ROBERT J. QOWE
72 Puritan l?!Q5gNNOvTW
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Round-the4clock sports he 0
Jolly good fellow
Pleasing personality 1 Rrogressivet l N
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Library Aide 35 Reminder Ad-
vertising Business Board 45
Gym Exhibition 15 Y-Teen 35
Fashion Show 1, 4.
bition 1 25 H Y
S ' h Club 3, , ni
, 4 gas. .
President 45 Tra k 1,
Football 2, 45 Baseball 1,
45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
EARL H. RAMSDEN
166 Audubon Rd., Gaspee
Baseball 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club
1, 25 Hi-Y 45 Student Council
PAUL C. RADICAN
1314 Post Rd., Norwood
Ready for fun
Sock 8: Buskin 35 Stage Crew
3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Gym Exhibi-
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xl, 5 fi, X lf CHARLES A. Rlx
Ll' I K 42 Country Club Dr., Gaspee
', V ,V J Plateau
UV , 5 J L Casual character
' 5 '- Lx' F ' All-Stater
L ' K kt N Rugged individualist
LK - i Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
4. L fl , . 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 45
1, lx Baseball 3, 45 Gym Club 1, 2,
J 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Musical
, 3 Review 3, 4.
Muriel C .KL X G! Bob Momfe
MURIEL A. ROUNDS ROBERT E. ROWAN MONICA G. RUGGIERI
135 Spofford Ave., Lakewood 13 Manchester St., Pawtuxet 571 Narragansett Pkwy.,
Matchless personality Rambunctious Gaspee Plateau
A cute little jumping-bean Energetic Miss Prim
Ready and reliable Robust Good Friend
Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4g Gym Football 4, Musical Review 4. Rehable
Exhibition 1, 33 Spanish Club
3, 45 Knit-Wit Club 3, 4,
Aldrichite Typist 23 Y-Teen 2,
35 Reminder Literary Board
45 Senior Play, Sock Kz Buskin
2g Reminder Business Board
4g Library Aide 15 Reminder
Library Aide 25 Musical Re-
view 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 35
Gym Exhibition 1.
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ALFRED W. SARNMARK FRANCIS J. SATCHELL
91 Norwood Ave., Norwood 800 Naivnquid DIE., Governor
Always friendly rancls arm
Winsome Flashing personality
Sincere Just an actor at heart
"Satchel1" of fun
Track 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g
Football 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4g Class Vice-President 2g
Class Secretary 43 Aldrichite
Salesman 25 Senior Play.
Joyce f V Bill Smitty
JOYCE D. scorr Q,
347 Fair St., Gaspee Plateau '
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Reminder Ad-
vertising Business Board 4g
Reminder Literary Board 4,
Library Aide 1, 2, Y-Teen 3,
Musical Review 1, 2.
WILLIAM F. SILVIA
126 River St., Lakewood
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Gym Club 1, Track 13 Class
President 1, 2, Class Vice-
President 45 Executive Com-
NORMA E. SMITH
2 Phillips Ave., Norwood
Nice to be with
Enterprising as can be
Library Aide 13 Cafeteria
Force lg Reminder Salesman
1, 3, 45 Y-Teen 2, 35 Sports
Night 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,
4 g Knit-Wit Club 4 5 Reminder
Literary Board, Business
Board 45 Speaking Contest 3.
NANCY C. STRINGER
25 Cread Pl., Palace Gardens
Senior Playg Cheerleader 3, 45
Aldrichite 45 Reminder, Sen-
ior Editorg Y-Teen 33 Execu-
tive Committee lg Junior Hon-
or Societyg Sock KL Buskin 2,
Good Will 1, 2, 3, 43 Gym Ex-
hibition 1, 35 Student Council
45 Reminder Salesman 4.
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RICHARD H. THOMAS
56 Lincoln Ave., Lincoln Park
JOYCE E. THORSON
180 Massachusetts Ave.,
Senior Play, Good Will 1, 2,
3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Re-
minder Literary Board, Art
Consultant 4, Y-Teen 2, 3,
Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Secretary 3, Class Vice Presi-
dent 2, Aldrichite Staff 2, 3,
Junior Honor Society, Sock Sz
Buskin 3, Gym Exhibition 1,
3, Musical Review 4, Aldrich-
ite Salesman 3, 4.
NORINE J. UNDERHILL
579 Post Rd., Lakewood
, fun 1101159 Never a dull moment
Eau going Just our "Jill" fSenior Playl
T 'UVB Unusually sweet
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Musical Re-
view 1, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition
1, Baseball 1, Basketball.
Senior Play, Reminder, Sen-
ior Editor, Reminder Literary
Board and Art StaH' 4, Re-
minder Salesman 2, 3, 4, Y-
Teen 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 1,
3, Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4,
Knit-Wit Club 3, 4, Sock 8z
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Bo I Z7 YV, N, Marge
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LAWRENCE A. WETHERBEE Cl U .Q X L 9 MARJORIE B. WYATT
7 I-a1"Ch St-, Lakewood ff. YV i' Q60 :Q Q HQ, 23 Dryden Blvd., Lakewood
Iliackigaisical rg rl , lf ' Miss Debater
mia e , C N Bl'the
Waggish 'nblfg " ,,, 1 Q " Witty as they come
Football 1, 2, 4? Glee Club 43 V Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4, Al-
Muslcal ReVl9'W 45 Track 1- drichite 2, 3, 4, Reminder Lit-
erary Board 4, Y-Teen 2, 3,
Math Club 1, Debating Club
1, 2, 3, Knit-Wit Club 3, 4,
Musical Review 4.
Mort Popular Walter Jenison Cute!!
Carolyn Jones Carol Hathaway
Bobby Powers Francis Satchell
MOU Afpiygif Mort Likely to Succeed
Joyce Thorson Dolores Greer
Raymond Amaral Francis Mangione
Did Mon For the Clary Most Humorour Mort Musical
Dolores Greer Barbara Bitgoocl Barbara Dunn
Francis Mangzione Kenneth Martin Ray Martone
Bert Drerred John Ball Mort Happy-G0-Lucky
Sue Qdy Carolyn Jones
Donald King Bruce Hopkins
BeJt Looking and Mort Attractive Mort Dependable
Cynthia and Eleanor Dallinger Dolores Gfeef
Rig!-,ard Miller Bernard Mulhall
Mort Vemxtile Mort Athletic Bert Actor and Actrerr
Joyce Thorson Shirley Angell Carolyn jones
Francis Satchell Bill Silvia Richard Kieser
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SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD
Seated: F. Satchell, R, Powers, Mr, Sullivan, W. Silvia, P. Paige.
Standing: S. Angell, K. Martin, J. Deptula, T. Odell, B. Joy, N.
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First Row: N. Stringer, R. Fallon, M. Rounds, D. Browning, B. Morrison, M. Ruggieri, N. Underhill.
Second Row: B. Fraser, B. O'Brien, B. joy, ll. Thorson, F. Mangione, B. johnson, C. Gange, L. Pon-
tarelli, S. Cady.
Third Row: W. Silvia, R. Higgins, M. Wyatt, T. Odell, D. Greer, J. McGinnes, B. Mulhall.
S ncior Honor ooze!
THE RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY
We would like to extend our congratulations to the twenty-four seniors who attained
membership in the Rhode Island Honor Society by maintaining honor grades through-
out their sophomore, junior, and senior years.
They have worked hard to keep a 7.95 average or better scholastically which is the
qualification for membership. X
Seniors who qualified are as follows: 1-
Diane Browning Bernard Mulhall I Q
Sue Cady Beverly O'Btien
Rosalie Fallon Thomas Odell t.
Beverly Fraser Nancy Peterson I,
Caroline Gange Lois Pontarelli ll
Dolores Greer Muriel Rounds
Richard Higgins Monica Ruggieri il , ,
Betty Johnson William Silvia n- .
Barbara joy Nancy Stringer I
Francis Mangione Joyce Thorson
John Mccsifmes Norine Underhill 9.517
Barbara Morrison Marjorie Wyatt
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SENIOR PLAY CAST
In front: M. Rounds, N. Underhill.
Seated left to right: C. Darling, R. Amaral, J. Thorson,
N. Backus, W. jenison.
Standing: N. Stringer, K. Martin, J. McGinnes, R. Kieser
SENIOR PLAY ACTION SHOT
M. Rounds, N. Underhill, N. Stringer, N. Backus, W. Jeni-
son, R. Kieser, C. Darling, C. Jones, J. Thorson.
In front: K. Martin, R. Amaral.
Friday, December 8, was an important day
for all the seniors. On that date they pre-
sented, to a full auditorium, the senior play
"We Shook the Family Tree", a comedy by
Hildegarde Dolson. A remarkable perform-
ance was given by the cast.
Headed by Carolyn jones as Hildegarde
Dolson, "the girl who had trouble staying out
of trouble," they played their roles with ex-
cellent acting ability.
Sharing the supporting parts were: Nancy
Stringer as Cally Dolson, who shares her
sister's many problems, jimmy and Bobby
Dolson, played by Francis Satchell and Ken
Martin, whose wormer attracted more than
worms, Mr. and Mrs. Dolson, played by
Walter Jenison and Nancy Backus, who sup-
posed they were a perfectly average family,
Ellie-May, who in real life is Cynthia Darl-
ing, Bob's heart-throbg jill, Norine Underhill,
her friend, Paige Mason, Muriel Rounds, who
played postman, Freddie Shermer, Richard
Kieser, who wears short pantslg and Mr. and
Mrs. Shermer, played by Raymond Amaral
and Joyce Thorson, who can't stand to see
their son ruined by Hildegarde.
This senior play was certainly one of the
best ever given at Aldrich.
UDAGVCIHS STH BH
Class of I 52
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Seated: L. O'Brien, A. Sharlcin. Mr. Hart, 1. Bolger, K. Gregson.
Standing: -I. Mills, J. Hind, R. Fuller, R. Mills, E. Roy, J. Fish A
C ass of F153
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! ! CLASS OF 1953 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
U Q Seated: B. Lake, D. Peotrowski, Mr. Crawley, R. Schaller, J. Lynch.
Standing: L. Taylor, S. Russo, J. Taber, J. Gillan, L. Hathaway, E.
Coughlin, P. Bolger,
Class DY lq Ll
CLASS OF 1954 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
F ' Left to right: C. Jobe, P. Putnam, T. Cassasanta, G. Greenhalgh, L. A112
O o 2nd row: R. Hawkins, G. Vfentworth, Miss Gannon, D. Devan
Class ON 55
CLASS OF 1955 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Left to right: C. Larson, S. Mitchell, M. Bloom, E. Fox, E. Gladding.
2nd row: Miss Gallano, D. Freeden, J. Gustafson, R. Boucher, 1. Klmger,
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7TH GRADE H. R. REPRESENTATIVES
First row: K. Herbert, C. Strumski, B. Lawson, V. Nicholson, S. Stewart
C. Bourassa, G. Lyons.
Second row: W. Harrison, D. Therault, T. George, W. Hubbard, C
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REMINDER EDITORIAL STAFF
Seated: N. Stringer, B. Joy, D. Greer, Miss Conlin, J. Thorson, N. Underhill, D. Browning.
Standing: J. McGinnes, R. Horton, B. O'Brien, Mr. Hart, B. johnson, W. Jenison, B. Mulhall.
'Th R mind
Seated: B. Morrison, M
Rounds, N. Smith, G. Mar
shall, B. johnson, J. Thor
son, R. Arnold, D. Brown
ing, Miss Conlin.
Second row: B. Dunn, B. Fras
er, S. Cady, M. Hull,
Hoppin, D. Greer, C. Darl
ing, B. joy, B. O'Brien, N
Underhill, C. Jones.
Third row: E. Dallinger, N
Stringer, B. Mulhall, -I
McGinnes, R. Horton, J
Church, W. Jenison, R
Leach, C. Dallinger.
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REMINDER ADVERTISING BUSINESS BOARD
First row: B. Fraser, G. Marshall, R. Check, B. Dunn, M. Hull, N. Carlson, M. Hoye, M. Martin,
M. Ide, R. Fisher.
Second row: B. O'Brien, B. Gouveia, R. Arnold, R. Leach, C. Gange, L. Pontarelli, Mr. Saute, J.
Gilkenson, B. Curtis, S. Fredericks, J. Horton, R. McManus.
Third row: C. Horton, R. Amaral, R. Parks, H. McGuirl, F. Newton, E. Brown, D. Kollett, J. Swift.
Mr. Del Vecchio
Our Reminder stands as a symbol of what co-operation and good fellowship can
accomplish. Many long hours were spent doing this task, but it was well worth the effort.
This book will be to all of us, especially the seniors, a "Reminder" of the many
happy hours enjoyed together in our Alma Mater.
Seated: B. Morrison, N.
Stringer, I-I. Kellerman, C.
Barnes, J. LaFrambroise, R.
Chentko, J. Allen, I.. Allen,
D. johnson, D. Greenblatt.
Standing: N. Underhill, S.
Ceci, P. Harnedy, M.
Rounds, N. Smith, Mr. Del
Vecchio, D. Greer, B.
Thompson, J. Tiernan, S.
Wyatt, B. Fraser.
J. Allen, P. Daly, N. Peterson, C. Hathaway, L. Hoppin, B. joy.
Standing: R. McDermott, R. Higgins, F. Mangione, Mt. Rothemich.
The monthly edition of our school paper, the Aldrichite, has been one of the biggest
hits in the year of '51. Its complete coverage of the news, whether dealing with school
events or whereabouts of the Alumni, gave the paper one of the largest, if not the largest,
circulations in its history. With the able assistance of Mr. Farrell, Mr. Rothemich, and
our co-editors: Nancy Peterson and Carol Hathaway, the student body enjoyed the best
school paper ever printed here at Aldrich.
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Seated: R. Derjue, G. Jenckes,
B. Felice, M. Ashley, J.
Lima, Mr. Farrell, 1. Taber,
J. Greenhalgh, N. MacKay,
B. joy, M. Biehler.
Standing: K. Allstrom, R.
Sorgel, V. Guertin, L. Leal,
D. DelDio, B. Davis, R.
Chentko, M. Saulnier, J.
Silvia, K. Martin, J. Thor-
son, J. Tiernan, B. Devaney,
P. Williams, D. Shavers, M.
Wilson, R. Marble.
ALDRICHITE BUSINESS BOARD
Seated: R. Lewis, F. Mangione, Mr. Farrell, B. Gilbert, G. Scott.
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iv . NIV? REPORTERS
L. Hoppin, B. ODonnell. M
Biehler, N. Srrin er. E. Dallin
er, B. Joy, C. Igi5aia. C. Dai
Im er, B. Fraser, A. Bowen, E
Allliard, K. Gregson, J, O'Con-
nor, D. Greer.
S. Angell, D. Browning, P
Perraulr, J. Knox. C. Peloquin
Mr. Rothemich, Mr. Farrell, H
Fallon, B. Otto, B, Lawson, J
Knowles, P. Daly.
. J. Trenholm, C, Jones, B. Dunn
B. Roberts, K. Ulry, M. Mc
Caffrey, J. Horton. S. Cady, R
Chentko, R. Dexter, C. Darling
M. Wyatt, J. Allen. I.. Allen
G. Greenhal h P. Hard G
Paige. N. MECKIY. P. William-
son, B. Jones.
F. Petrarca, B. Johnson, G.
Scott, F. Wyatt, J. Church, B.
Gilbert, R. Lewis, F. Mangione
R. Higgins, W. Jeniwn. R. Hor:
ton, R. McDermott, J. Thorson
Stud ni Couucci
This year the Student Council was reactivated and reorganized under a new con-
stitution. Four oflicers were elected. Representation for the Council was staggered
according to grades.
Many activities were started, and in the future we are sure that the students will
look upon the Council as their means of expressing themselves, and will use it to a
The Council has been helpful in the organization and establishment of a Rhode
Island Association of Student Councils.
Supervisor ...,.., ,,., .,.,..,.. ....,..,.. M r . Scott President ,....,,... ....,. . . Francis Mangione
Senior High Director .,.,..,.. Miss Santoro Vice President .. . ....,. , Lucille George
junior High Director .,..,... ..,. M r. Lavery Secretary-Treasurer .,....,. ...Joseph Ferrelli
Seated: R. Higgins, M. Ide, D. Greer, J. Ferrelli, F. Mangione, L. George, N. Stringer, B. johnson,
B. Mulhall, Mr. Lavery.
Standing: D. King, D. Devaney, J. Bolger, K. Gregson, P. Daly, L. O'Brien, E. Cady, M. Ruggieri,
J. Taber, J. De Pace, R. Peotrowski, W. Rathburn.
llllflfi HOV S OCCFZ1
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First row: J. Tabor, N. Freden, D. Brightman, J. Davis, N. Aldrich, J. Lima, D. Lundstrom, M.
Hackett, H. Fish.
Second row: M. Kriegel, J. Campbell, J. Cook, H. Magnan, J. Ferrelli, H. Ramsden, E. Haynes,
M. Therault, J. Knight, S. Doodson, J. Drew.
Third row: D. Fuller, D. Hindle, R. Peotrowski, L. Taylor, M. Musler, R. Connell, P. Henschel,
The junior Honor Society, organized in 1947, is comprised of ninth graders who
have been judged upon character, citizenship, and dependability and who have ac-
quired the line standing of nine out of eleven A's and B's.
Nancy Aldrich, Dorothy Brightman, Jane Campbell, Wilfred Carpenter, Robert Connell,
Jacqueline Cook, Joan Davis, Shirley Doodsen, Janice Drew, Robert Fallstrom,
joseph Ferrelli, Hope Fish, Nancy Freden, David Fuller, Marguerite Hackett, Evan
Haynes, Paul Henschel, Donald Hindle, Kenneth Kindlund, june Knight, Mary
Kriegel, joana Lima, Dorothy Lundstrom, Joan Lynch, Donald Macaulay, Helen
Magnan, Michael Musler, Richard Peotrowski, Herbert Ramsden, Janet Taber, Leon
Taylor, Martina Therault.
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Left to right, First row: B. Laycock, T. MacLean, D. Whittingham, Mr. Hoffman, E. Jansen, C.
Magee, J. Swift.
Second row: R. Hargraves, A. Williams, C. Bessette, F, Murphy, R. Haines, A. Halliday.
This club, with a membership of fifteen and a standing list of applicants desiring
admission, has responsibilities which include the direction of pedestrian traffic at the
Lakewood and Norwood lights, the maintenance of a well-kept bicycle room, and a
safe parking lot.
Sometime this year, the club will elect a member to attend the National Police
Rally at Washington, D. C.
The members are under the sponsorship of the Warwick Police Department and
have Mr. Hoffman as the local supervisor.
Captain, George Duke, Lieutenants, Edward O'Brien, Franklin Murphy, Raymond
Boutin, Ronald Haynes.
The library aides, under the lead-
ership of Miss Cohen, have done
an excellent job in the past year.
These girls are giving their free
time to help with the arranging of
books and keeping the library in
Many more students are coming
into the library regularly for refer-
ence, for reading, and for enjoy-
Left to right: Miss Cohen, S. Ceci,
C. Bonneau. ,
THE OFFICE STAFF
The office staff consists of a group
of senior girls who spend their
study periods helping in the office.
Most of these students are in the
business course and are well-trained
in commercial subjects. While they
are helping, they are becoming
familiar with business procedures
which will be of beneht to them
Aldrich is proud to have such
willing, efficient workers on the
Seated: M. Martin, Mrs. Salmon.
THE GOOD WILL
Composed of boys and girls selected by the faculty and club members, the Good
Will, directing traffic, is a familiar sight in the halls of Aldrich. This year as always
the organization has continued to lend a helping hand throughout the school, in the
classroom, and auditorium.
With Mr. Amend as advisor, the Good NW ill hopes to maintain its beneficial program
in order to aid the school in every possible way.
First row: M. Satchell, G. Paige, D. Fish, Mr. Amend, F. Mangione, B. O'Brien, N. Stringer.
Standing: J. Thorson, M. Petr, J. Collins.
Standing: D. Greer, J. Horton, N. Pet-
f. JS Aff!
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JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB
Seated: J. Knowles, P. Haywood, J. Nyberg, R. Pett, Mr. Blackwell, S. Chrisholm, M. McKenna
J. Knox, M. Dutton.
Second Row: O. Thibault, F. Leach, S. Anderson, M. Graves, P. Wildprett, R. Nicholson, C. Wild
prett, P. Putnum, B. Thornton, Scott, B. Laycock, T. McClean.
Third Row: R. Sundberg, J. Swift, E. Hahne, D. Whittingham, J. Finney, F. Briggs, R. Cioffi
C. Richard, E. Ferreira, A. Sampson, R. Paul, R. Grinrod.
THE SCIENCE CLUBS
The science clubs include in their membership those students interested in a more
advanced study of the physical sciences than is afforded in class time. Their objective
for the year, as always, is the Rhode Island Schools' Science Fair, which encourages
scientific achievement among Rhode Island students. Mr. Rohloff and Mr. Blackwell
donate much of their spare time and effort to the boys and girls. These clubs not only
offer fun and enjoyment for the members, but also further their education in the field
The present officers are: Vice President .... .... ....,....,,,. E d win Cady
President .,.. ,... ..........,. A a ron Shatkin Secretary ,. .. ,Richard McDermott
Seated: J. Trenholm, J. Thorson, N. Phelps, A. Shatkin, Mr. Rolhoff, E. Cady, M. Taylor, M. Pett,
Standing: J. jawoski, F. Mangione, W. Wildprett, T. Hull, J. McGinnes, R. Dutton, R. Higgins
R. Higgins, W. jenison, R. Cunningham, R. McDermott.
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First Row: C. Whirringham, P
Pertine, P. Daly, M. Rounds, J
Mills, B. Dunn, J. Knight, C
Langmfin, J. Taber.
Second Row: L. Leal, E. Coughlin
J. Whirtinghzlm. N. Aldrich, R
Fuller, Miss Cannao, J. Horton
C. jones, B. Chadwick, V
Scott, M. Hackett, J. Lima, J
Third Row: S. Anderson. I.. Ter-
williger, M. Farrell, R. Cunning-
ham, C. Wynaughr, L. Cole, M
Saulnier, N. Phelps, J. Gilkenl
son A Williams E ll
, , . . Ode , G
Marshall, B, johnson.
Fourth Row: D. Chaplin, H. Sip-
l . J- MCG' - J. Ch h
p es innes urc
B. Lewis, B, Polis. F. Brown, E
Ramsden, B. Gilbert, R, Higl
gins, R. Clements.
Fifth Row: R. Fallstrom, M. Mus-
ler, E. Haynes, D. Rowell, R.
Malo, G. Jacobson. B. Hopkins,
J. Bolger. R, Powers, R. Row
an, E. Anderson, R. Martone,
THE SPANISH CLUB
The Spanish Club is becoming more popular. Its
purpose is to gain a social and cultural background
of Spanish and Spanish speaking people.
The club was organized on October 10, 1949. Mem-
bership is open to students who are studying Spanish,
those who may have studied Spanish at some time,
and to ninth graders who expect to take Spanish in
the tenth grade. The ninth graders are called honor-
During this school year, the club presented a Pan
American Day Assembly. This was made possible by
the untiring efforts of the Spanish Club. To further
increase the interest of its members, the meetings are
featured by speakers who offer the background and
customs of some Spanish speaking country, which
they may have visited at some time.
President ....... ..... . . .. Richard Fuller
Vice President.. . ...,.. joan Horton
Secretary .......... .. .......... Nancy Aldrich
Treasurer .. .. .... ...... C arolyn jones
Advisor .... .. ...........,. . . . Miss Antonette Cannao
Seated: J. Ferrelli, J. Fisher, R. McDermott, A. Shatkin, Mr. Saute, E. Cady, M. Lyons, M. Taylor,
Second Row: J. O'Connor, C. Sandberg, J. Drew, B. Schmidt, P. Thomas, J. Hind, C. Carter, C.
Whittingham, M. Pett, S. Love, S. Strumski, D. johnson.
Third Row: H. Fish, C. Barnes, 1. jaworski, T. Hull, W. Wildprett, R. Dutton, H. Ramsden,
J. Gillen, D. Hindle, R. Peotrowski, E. Allard, J. Trenholm.
This new organization at
Aldrich finds in its midst all
those who are either taking or
have taken French. Speakers,
correspondents, and records all
aid in carrying out its purpose
which is to develop social,
educational, and cultural
French interests and to foster
better understanding between
French and English speaking
peoples. We all hope that our
new activity will be developed
into one of our most popular
President ........ .Aaron Shatkin
Vice President. Edwin Cady
Margaret jo Lyon
Board of Directors
Advisor ....... Mr. Alfred Saute
Seated: L. Hathaway, J. Allen,
Mr. Warren, R. Chentko, P.
Standing: R. McDermott, F.
Mangione, R. Dutton, A.
Sharkin, E. Cady.
This year's debating club's activities have been both entertaining and successful.
The senior debaters started their league debates with a victory over Classical. Since then
they have acquitted themselves credirably.
The nucleus of the senior debaters included Francis Mangione, Richard McDermott,
Aaron Sharkin, Ed Cady, and Richard Dutton. As the season advanced, their membership
increased by the addition of promising girls including Rita Chentko, Jeanne Allen, and
We hope the enthusiasm and eagerness shown in its formal activities will stand by
its members in future years.
Seated: G. Arnaral, C. Pelo-
Standing: P. Kingman, V.
quin, Mr. Lavery, J. Knox,
Wisk, J. Scott, J. DePace,
Seated: R. McDermott, P. Radican, Mr. Blackwell, R. Parks, F. Newton.
Standing: D. Kollett, G. Jacobson, E. Ramsden, C. Horton.
A masculine organization connected with the
Y. M. C. A. and headed by Mr. Blackwell is known
here at Aldrich as our Hi-Y. Its purpose is to prepare
its members for Christian citizenship and brother-
hood. Weekly meetings held both here and at the
Y. M. C. A. have offered many amiable and profitable
Vice President ..,..,......
Chaplain .... .,.. .....,..... . .
Advisor .....,.., ..,..,
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THE KNIT-WIT CLUB
The Knit-Wits are a group of girls who meet every
other week to learn how to knit, crochet, or em-
broider. Although this is a new club this year, many
students have already indicated a keen interest in its
activities under the capable leadership of Miss Cannao.
Seated: R. Leach, N. Carlson, M. Ide, C. DiSaia, M. Biehler, Miss Cannoa, Miss Stender, B. ODon
nell, B. Brink, B. Bitgood, N. Peterson.
Second Row: B. Gouveia, R. Fallon, N. Underhill, N. Smith, M. Wyatt, L. Hoppin, D. Greer
C. Whittingham, j. Mills, I. Nelson, L. Cole, N. Freden, B. johnson.
Third Row: M. Rounds, D. Johnson, E. Dallinger, B. Fraser, C. Dallinger, A. Bowen, J. Horton
Seated: Miss Santoro, Miss Turner, Mrs. Doran, Mr. Saute.
Standing: Miss Whitaker, Miss Davis, Mr. Rothemich, Mr. Amend, Miss Murray, Mrs. Trefethen,
THE FACULTY PLAY
Under the direction of Mrs. Trefethen, our faculty
portrayed its talent by their annual presentation of
the faculty play, which was the first social event
of the season.
Their performance, "Apple of His Ey6', was a
sparkling comedy by Kehyon Nicholson and Charles
Robinson and certainly turned out to be a most
gala event. It is the story of a middle-aged man,
played by Mr. Farrell, who to his surprise finds
himself in love with a girl played by Mrs. Doran,
young enough to be his dauhter.
The other characters of this play were:
Stella Springer. ........,...........,......,.............. C. Murray
Tess Springer ....,....,. ........... D . DelVecchio
Lily Tobin ........ .,........, A . Doran
Sam Stover ....,.
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Nina Stover ........, ,....,,... E . Whitaker
Carol Stover .....,.,., ..... . MC. Santoro
Ott Tobin ......, ...,...., A . Saute
Nettie Bowers ...,... .,.,.......... C . Turner
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Seated: C. Jones, E. Cady, L. Leal, R. Kieser, V. Tarsa, Mr. Turner, R. McDermott, J. O'Connor,
H. Sipples, M. Hoye, R. Dutton.
Second Row: A. Fletcher, B. Dunn, N. Underhill, F. Barton, S. Fredericlcs, R. Derjue, C. Whitting-
ham, N. Phelps, C. Langman, J. Collins, G. Marshall, M. Taylor, D. Greenblatt, E. Allard,
Third Row: M. Petr, B, Johnson, G. Jacobson. T. Hull, J. McGinnes, A. Williams, M. Gordon,
A. Shatkin, S. Love, L. Larson.
SOCK AND BUSKIN
The dramatic society, better known as our Sock Dear Departed", by Stanley Houghton.
and Buskin, is organized to promote all dramatic Several loyal members of our Sock and Buskin have
activities of the school. Through the tireless efforts earned membership in the National Thespian Society
of Mr. Turner, its director, the society has presented through their outstanding work in plays and lead-
two plays, "The Frogs", by Aristophanes and, "The ership in the club.
AND ART STAFF
The success of all productions put on
at Aldrich whether musicals, plays, or
assemblies depends largely on the effi-
cient, creative work of the stage crew
and art staff. These are the people who
work behind the scenes making and
painting scenery, regulating multi-colored
spot lights, running motion picture films
and handling the props and sound effects.
A vote of thanks is due these helpful
students and teachers.
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O so Third Row: P. Girouard, J. Deprula, D. King, G. Manuel, D. Pratt, A. Williams,
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Front Row: S. Wyatt, L. O'Brien, M. Lamphere, B. Thompson, 1. Mills, J. Tiernan, P. Martin, E. Hanson.
Second Row: W. Megarry, L. Hall, H. Kellerman, J. Lee, J. Harnedy, C. Scott, J. Taber, N. Aldrich, J. Drew, S. Cady, J. Knight,
- B. Lake, B. Dunn.
Third Row: L. Bricker, E. Jansen, G. Gallagher, D. Hindle, H. Brown, R. Ballou, S. Peal, D. Perry, T. Ryder, D. Peotrowski, G.
Peloquin, E. Ferriera, E. Bourassa, R. Kenahan.
Fourth Row: E. Carlson, N. Whitehead, W. Wildprett, S. Manuel, A. Shatkin, D. Rowell, W. jenison, R. Clements, R. Beaudet,
F. Briggs, D. Chaplin, F. Dean, G. Amaral.
Led by our cute drum majorette, Beverly Thomp-
son, our band has participated in many spectacular
events this season. With great spirit and music the
band has carried the name of Aldrich to many.
One of the main events of the season was its par-
ticipation in the New England Music Festival at
The band played at the Musical Review and gave
a concert in the spring for the Parent Teachers'
Probably the most memorable and colorful event
was the annual Warwick Night which was held at
the Paladium in Rocky Point. For the band mem-
bers this has been a very successful year.
Director. . ...... Mr. Mario Pera
Secretary. .. . . . ...... Barbara Dunn
Moderators . . ......,..,, ..Miss Constance Turner
THE JUNIOR ORCHESTRA
This organization acquaints the eighth graders with
the activities and functions of a well-organized
orchestra. By taking a half-year of orchestra, these
young musicians can see the opportunity offered, and
thus if sufficiently interested may continue on in a
When they become proficient enough with their
instruments, they will venture forth to play for
They are an inspiration to their classmates, for
they show what can be done with a little interest,
assistance, ability, and hard work.
THE GLEE CLUB
Our Glee Club has proved to be one of the out-
standing features of the school. Not only has it per-
formed at numerous assemblies, but very frequently
has presented entertainment for organizations outside
of school. A glee club, such as this, is certainly an
asset to any school. We give our thanks to this organ-
ization, and especially to the director, Mr. Pera, for
his incomparable accomplishments.
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A gala musical production entitled "Swinging Along With Time"
was presented by the music department of Aldrich as its annual musical
review. Spectacular, thrilling, and just wonderful are the adjectives best
suited to describe this outstanding festivity for the year of '51.
Songs, dances, instrumentals, and colorful skits highlighted the
march of music through the months of the year. It was indeed one of
the best entertainments ever presented within the walls of our Alma
The success of this review can be attributed to the ceaseless
Mr. Mario Pera .,,.,....,... .............. . .... .........,i..,.. D i rector
Miss Catherine Murray ,.,....... ..,.,,.. C o-ordinatot
Mrs. Andrena Doran ,..4.,.,. ............. D ances
Mrs. Richard Opdyke ....,. ..,....... D ances
Miss Barbara Davis .,t.,, ,........ S tage
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Center: S. Angell.
A short cheer for the girls behind the teams - the
proud wearers of the Cardinal and Blue known as
out cheerleaders. The girls who cheered as hard as
the players played with an all-out loyalty to the
school and team.
Pep and a never ending spirit of fight and fun
led eight Senior girls to their sparkling, cheering
career. Cheering to them held more than just glam-
our, it was the making of new friends, the designing
of new and different uniforms, the continual practice
of vigorous cheers, and the thrill of following our
team through every sport whether in victory or defeat.
Another short cheer should be echoed for the
junior girls who showed their abilities while cheering
for the Junior Varsity.
The cheerleaders include:
The Senior Squad: Barbara Morrison, Shirley
Angell, Nancy Stringer, Rita Leach, Joyce
Thorson, Barbara O'Donnell, Marlene Biehler,
and Nancy Peterson.
The junior squad: Rosemary Dowd, Lucille
George, Carol Langman, Lois O'Brien, jean
Goffe, Joyce Collins, joan O'Connor, and
B. Morrison, S. Angell, N, Stringer, R. Leach, 1. Thorson, B. ODonnell, M.
Biehler, N. Peterson.
First Row: B. Morrison, D. Greenblatt, D. Greer, B. ODonnell.
Second Row: S. Angell, C. Sandberg, F. Barton, L. George, J. Trenholm.
Third Row: C. Langman, J, Collins, B. Thompson, J. Tiernan, L. O'Brien, R Deryue
THE LEADERS' CORPS
The leaders' corps is comprised of girls who are
outstanding in many activities. These girls, as their
name implies, are the leaders in the girls' gym classes
and at sports' night.
They aid Mrs. Doran and Mrs. Opdyke, by leading
the exercises, acting as referees, and teaching rech-
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First Row: R. Schaller, E. Anderson, R. Rowan, N. Mosher, Mr. Dunn, Mr. Rudert, W. Silvia,
J. Donnelly, E. Roy, C. Rix.
Second Row: J. jones, P. Paige, R. Palardy, P. Desilets, N. Patterson, K. Martin, 1. Silvia, R.
Gardner, R. Levesque.
Third Row: F. Rusiloski, J. Deptula, B. Burns, D. Macaulay, R. Powers, G. Rathbun.
With only two returning regulars from the 1949
season, Bill Silvia-quarterback and Eddie Roy-
halfback, our capable coach, John Rudert, molded
a successful team.
After losing their opening game to Mount Pleas-
ant, the Aldrich Indians trampled over the league
opposition for live consecutive victories. On Armistice
Day, the undefeated Indians battled West Warwick
for Class B superiority. The Valleyites defeated our
boys 20-14 in a hard fought game. Our Cardinal and
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triumph over Gorton on Thanksgiving Day.
Scoring 79 points, Charlie Rix was an unanimous
choice for end on the All-State team. Joe Donnelly,
Bill Silvia, and Rix were selected to the All-Class B
first team, while Bob Powers and Elmer Anderson
were named to the second team. Other boys who
were standouts were Eddie Roy, Norm Mosher, Ray
Schaller, backs, Ken Martin, Bob Gardner, Bob
Rowan, and jim Silvia, linemen.
'ML Pleasant 31
Central Falls 0
Pawtucket West 6
Mt. St. Charles 19
West Warwick 20
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Standing: F. Satchell, J. Silvia, R. Mills, J. Ball, T. Odell, A. Proctor, C. Rix, R. Powers, B. Mulhall,
A glance at the record would not give you a true
picture of the capabilities of this year's varsity squad.
After winning the first two games easily, the team
met a strong Gorton aggregation and was handed its
first league loss in a 65-62 thriller. Because of this
set-back the team went into a minor slump, losing
consecutively to Lockwood and North Providence.
The squad then overwhelmed its following five oppo-
nents very convincingly. In their second meeting they
lost to Gorton, who proved very much their superior.
They held their own until with four seconds left a
foul shot decided the Lockwood game. The Indians
avenged the loss handed them by North Providence
in their first encounter with an 87-82 victory. The
remainder of the schedule was completed without
any more setbacks.
Although he took over the team a few days before
the season opened, Mr. Rudert proved a commendable
This year's squad consisted of Captain Bob Powers,
our all-starer and the state's leading scorer, john Ball,
Charles Rix, Tom Odell, Bernie Mulhall, Bob Mills,
Francis Satchell, Bill Silvia, Al Proctor, and jim Silvia.
" Pawtucket West 46 44
'East Providence 65 45
Central Falls 43 69 41 59
' East Greenwich 37 51
Classical 58 71 54 94
Gorton 63 62 72 48
Lockwood 5 2 41 65 64
North Providence 7 3 5 5 82 87
Pawtucket Vocational 47 69 49 99
Sacred Heart 69 74 50 82
West Warwick 58 72 84 61
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Standing: Mr. Nagle, D. Hindle, J. Jaworski, D. Macaulay, D. Brackenbury, W. Polis, R. Higgins,
A. Shatkin, S. Manuel, L. Taylor, R. Fuller.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The Junior Varsity had a very successful season because of the conscientious coaching
of Mr. Nagle. The team lost some heart-breakers, but these losses were to capable teams.
We hope the boys have gained enough experience to provide next year's varsity
with a great deal of ability and aggressiveness to continue the fine record Aldrich teams
have acquired in the past.
The team consisted of: Donald Jones, Leonard Hicks, Robert Connell, Donald
Brackenbury, Bill Polis, Jim Jaworski, Ray Schaller, Silvino Manuel, Jack Bolger, Richard
Fuller, Leon Taylor, Bill Anderson, Gene Peloquin, Donald Macaulay, Donald Hindle,
Robert Higgins, Aaron Shatkin, and Dick Peotroski.
The record of the Junior High squad was fairly
successful with four wins and three defeats. The team
was well balanced with a good line and a fast back-
field. They were led by their quarterback and captain,
Dennis Fish. The leading scorer and most outstanding
back was Lennie Hicks, an elusive runner. They also
had a good fullback in Harold Johansen and these
three along with J. Perry, R. Cote, in the backfield,
and R. Nicholson, E. Johnson, D. Melder, K. Kind-
land, M. Hawkins, I. Dwyer, R. Ellis, and R. Stringer
will undoubtedly be of great help to the varsity during
the forthcoming season.
Coach: Mr. Crawley.
Some say that the record books don't lie, but in
the case of this year's junior high basketball team a
true picture is not given. The team's record does not
reveal its capabilities because they were a scrappy
aggregation. The experience that the boys received
through the efforts of their coach, Mr. Farrell, will
undoubtedly be of valuable assistance to them, when
they wear the Cardinal and Blue of the varsity squad
in seasons to come.
Coach: Mr. Farrell.
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TO SAIL THE SEAS OF LIFE, MY SON
By Chester F. Swenson, Jr.
When youth has cast you free, young man,
What wind will fill your sails?"
Why that which blows the fastest course
Without the hindering gales."
Then tell me, son, who shall you choose
For your captain and your crew?"
"Nay, only I can plot her course
And I must work her, too.
For should she flounder on Life's great seas
There's only myself to blame,
And if success waits at the end, '
Then it's I who have made the fame."
"Then tell me, son, what makes you think
You can sail without the storm?"
I shall ready myself while in my youth
By the habits that I form."
Then, if you're wiser still, my son,
You'll pay heed to those who know,
For we who've weathered the seas of life
Can tell where gentle winds blow.
When I set out, I stood alone,
Not knowing where to sail,
And drifted on a stormy sea
Where there are no ships to hail.
So store your cargoes now, my son,
Before it grows too late,
And bear in mind that only you
Are master of your fate.
And when your sailing time's arrived,
Set forth on the ascending tide,
When the sun is rising in the East
And the wind's on your starboard side."
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First Vice President ..........,.... Mrs. B. Harold Larson
Second Vice President ............. Mrs. Harold F. Scott
Secretary ...4...........,................. Mr. Stacey G. Swift
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Stuart I-8878 C. H. Pontareli, Prop.
REMINGTON S DAIRY
Producers and Distributors
GRADE "A" MILK
Hope Avenue Hope R
Telephone Valley 1-1034
M A C S M A R K E T
87 DRYDEN BOULEVARD
Lakewood, R I
HOpklns 1 0030
MEATS and GROCERIES
Carry a Full Line of Bards-Eye
2196 Broad Street
2170 Broad Street
Gifts Dinnerware Toys
Greeting Cards Wallpaper
Ho 1 8140
Firestone Tlres Batteries Accessories
1138 POST ROAD
Norwood R I
Sud MacKay 81 Don Vendresca
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Marfak Lubrication Car Washing
3 IDAHO AVENUE
BRASS d IRON PIPES UNIONS
HILLSGROVE LUMBER CO
LUMBER cI BUILDING MATERIALS
OPPOSITE STATE AIRPORT
H P HOOD AND SON
395 PROMENADE AVENUE
Complimenfs of T E
Lincoln Park, R. I.
THOMAS CASEY GREENE M""""c""e's of
Chairman an 1
Complefe Line of
Providence, R. I.
FORMAL WEAR for Weddings and Dances
KING UNION COMPANY
I-nLLsoRovE R I
1338 P051 Road
Tel. williams 1 2200
L G BALFOUR COMPANY
Known wherever there are
Schools and Colleges
Class Rings and Pms
Commencement Invitations Diplomas
Club Insignia Medals 81 Trophies
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GAS HAS GOT IT'
or Central Heahng
or Wafer Heahng
Miss Apponaug Dmer
Apponaug Rhode Island
Hlllsgrove 1 1643 1 2378
Food for all occasfons
Anywhere In R I Mass Conn
Klfchen open for mspechon any hme
Telephone Wl 14132
CARYS OIL SERVICE
Burner Sales and Service
Bulk Plant Office
597 Warwick Ave 2201 Broad Sf
Lakewod R I Cranston R I
2144 BROAD STREET
Pawfuxef R I
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MAYOR JOSEPH MILLS
ACME APPLIANCE 8. SUPPLY
I8 BROAD ROAD
Pawtuxet R I
Tel HopkIns 'I 5375
MAC KINNONS YARN SHOP
641 WARWICK AVENUE
A GOMES CASH MARKET
MEATS and GROCERIES
Fru ts and Vegetables In Season
1389 POST ROAD
WI 1 9846 Res Phone HI 'I 'I387 R
GENERAL FITTINGS COMPANY
BERGER SUPPLY COMPANY
654 Warwlck Avenue Lakewood R
Bu ldmg Mater als
Lou s Berger HopkIns I 0600
TEDS RADIO SERVICE
337 WARWICK AVENUE
Lakewood R I
Tel Stuart 'I 5630
AMERICAN and ITALIAN DISHES
6 A M Breakfast
I A M 7 P M Dlnner
7 P M 2 A M Short Orders
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McCORMICK S MARKET
627 WARWICK AVENUE
Lakewood R I
WI Ilnams I 1909
WHITE FUEL COMPANY
I3 EXCHANGE STREET
Providence R I
OII Burners Coal Siokers
GAspee 'I 0943
MEATS Enuns GROCERIES
J E A N S
242 PAWTUXET AVENUE
Norwood R I
EVENTUALLYI WHY NOT NOWII
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
EAST GREENWICH DAIRY
Jumbo Coblneis Kung Suze Fronkfurfers
AII Beef Hamburgs Club Sandwiches
RICH CREAMY ICE CREAM
LAKEWOOD SHOE REPAIR
Near the Bndge
1766 ELMWOOD AVENUE
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Phle wlniqmi 1-3433 I . I
TIFFANY PRINTING COMPANY
Eflective Commercial Printing
253 WASHINGTON STREET
455 POST ROAD
Lakewood 5, Rhode Island
Lakewood 5 Rhode Island
Tel WI Iliams 1-9606
SANDERSON BROTHERS INC
'NSURANCE DR HUBERT A McGUIRL
171 WESTMINSTER STREET
Providence 3 Rhode Island 901 UNION TRUST BUILDING
oven so YEARS coNTlNuous sERv1cE P"""de"'e
KINDERGARTEN and NURSERY
HERBERT E LIBBY
Children from 2'
School Committeeman M,-5 Jeanne C Bo,-,leur
DISTRICT 1 295 SMITH STREET
Edgewood 5 Providence
KINGS SERVICE 5-I-A-I-ION AMOCO SERVICE STATION
2159 ELMWOOD AVENUE
Gasoline Oil and Lubrication Service Norwood 7 Rhode Island
Tires and Tubes
Batteries Charged Rentals MAKE A DATE TO LUBRICATE
Phone HI 1 1752 WI 1 9880 HO 1 3662
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wi. 1-1281 V
Under New Management Formerly Bessie s Grlll
M 81 O RESTAURANT
854 PARK AVENUE
Opp Cranston Cnty Hall
HOME STYLE COOKING
Marguerute Mylod and Orlanna Pontarelll
MITCHELL S SERVICES
1225 WARWICK AVENUE
Warwick R I
GAS BAG COAL 81 WOOD OIL
RANGE and FUEL OILS
WI 1 9484
W A L T S M A R K E T
MEATS and GROCERIES
1307 Post Road Norwood R
DUNNING LUMBER COMPANY
1559 ELMWOOD AVENUE
Cranston R I
WI 14677 WI 14678
ROSWELL B LISCOMB
GOVERNOR FRANCIS FARMS
BUILDER OF QuAurv HOMES
THE HERALD PRESS
PRINTERS and LITHOGRAPHERS
Complete Prmtmg Facllmes
Dyer Street Pravudence R
PRINTERS OF THE ALDRICHITE
GAspee 1 4312
ALLEN SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS
AIRCRAFT MECHANICS FLIGHT TRAINING
OFFICE AND AIRPORT STATE AIRPORT
Hnllsgrove R I
12035 '-Il 1 O93
MR and MRS ANTHONY RICCIO
Drrectors of Ballroom Dancing
61 WOODBINE STREET
Cranston R I
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HI 1 351
P S A L T E R
WI 1 2154
2191 BROAD STREET
Pcwtuxet Rhode Island
The REXALL STORE
Peter Gallogly oe Gunge
HI LAND CLEANSERS
PICR Up and Delwery
1347 POST ROAD
Norwood 7 R I
Telephone WI 16728
WI 118135 Res HO 17049
KELLY THE FLORIST
FOR ALL YOUR FLOWER WORK
1415 WARWICK AVENUE
Res 55 Dohhc Street
MIDAIR CONSTRUCTION CO
INDUSTRIAL CHIMNEY BUILDERS
John J Morrlssey 1971 Elmwood Avenue
Norwood R I
ONE OF NEW ENGLANDS
H . . C O .
Carolin Gange ' ' ' ' '
l I 52
2216 BROAD STREET
Cranston, R I.
CIANTIS BROS DAIRY
west wAnwlcK R I
SENATOR WILLIAM B SWEENEY
REMINGTON FUNERAL HOME
1604 snow smear
Providence 5, R. I.
BOLGER S MARKET
MEATS and GROCERIES
Pralrle Avenue Providence
DExter I 7770
Best Wishes from
Rhode Island s Largest Department
1303 G I H 'I
To Our Advertisers
The staff of the REMINDER wishes to thank you for your patronage
De . , INC. 1
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of I ,
L. W. Rounds, Prop.
reenwich Avenue Te . illsgrove 1- 082
RADIO STATION WIJEZ
GINNY 8. DOT S
F I N E C A N D I E S
727 WARWICK AVENUE
LAKEWOOD SUPER SERVICE STATION
AUTO REPAIRING GENERAL MOTOR SPECIALISTS
COMP imenfs Complimenfs
Roy Hicks, Prop.
arwick Avenue L Ir d R I
e . . -94
Residence: HI. 1-1781 Business: HI. 1-1863
Irving F. Bostrom, Prop.
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
1518 Post Road Lincoln Park, R. I.
POP WlLSON'S VARIETY STORE
251 PAWTUXET AVENUE
Norwood, R. I.
M I L L E R ' S
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO.
Soles RADIO Service
1720 Post Road, HiIIsgrove, R. I.
Hill g e 1412 J. J. Miller
KIMBALL HARDWARE CO., INC.
255 PAWTUXET AVENUE
Norwood, R. I.
WHITCHER 8. PEARSON
COR WARWICK AVENUE 8- POST ROAD
PRESCRIPTION A onus sPEc1Aus1s
BELL S MARKET
WI 1 0150
LAKEWOOD HAY GRAIN
780 WARWICK AVENUE
CHRISTYS FRUIT STAND
1043 wAPw1cK AVENUE
FRESH FRUITS d VEGETABLES
PATENT MEDICINES FOUNTAIN SERVICE
T I1 11802 I 1 6
LIBERTY FURNITURE COMPANY
COMPLETE Home FURNISHERS
O D y CI
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WATSONS GRILL 81 PASTRY
7 71 B
Lakewod, R. I. L. HueISber, Prop.
253 Pawtuxet Avenue . -
1268 ost oad 1
emarais, Owner and Proprietor
Compliments of COMP Imanfs of
Lakewood, R. I.
mwood Avenue Norwood, R-
- elep one East Providence - or W . -295
HOME MADE ICE CREAM 297-301 Waterman Avenue ECS? PY!-Wide
Branch Store - 422 Warwick Avenue, Lakewood, R.
Phone . -
arwick Avenue Lakewood, R. I.
Guaranteed dorless, Shrinkless r eansing
Free Pickup and Deliver a . - - . - 660
Main OIIice and Plan - 7 Warwick Avenue 216 and 21 road Street PGWU
Bram: ore - 1740 roa Street, Cranston
WEDDING a d BIRTHDAY CAKES
AMORES HOXSIE BAKERY
ROLLS - PASTRY - BREAD
w i T I. Ay' -1252-J
1153 WARWICK AVENUE
KENT COUNTY DET
MARINE CORPS LEAGUE
ONCE A MARINE ALWAYS A MARINE
COLLIER S BAKERY
B 104 R If
Bruce Hopklns 5
Charles Horton 5
NORWOOD SERVICE CENTRE
W T I 951
JOHNSONS SERVICE STATION
1899 ELMWOOD AVENUE
BARNEY and PETERSONS
LUBRICATION TUNE UPS 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
RITCHIES AUTO SUPPLY
AUTO SUPPLIES HARDWARE
1 074 1 556 P
ROLLINS VARIETY STORE
546 wARwlcK AVENUE
MEATS d GROCERIES
QUALITY MEATS d GROCERIES
ANTHONY J MOURA
H 1 NEW d OLD FLOORS SURFACED d REFINISHED
P p RICHARD o slLvA JR P o B p
QUALITY BATTERY 8. ELECTRICAL CO wArcHMAxER d JEWELER
GARAGE REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES R O B E R
BATTERIES REBUILT RENTED 8. REPAIRED
2206 BROAD STREET
HO 10066 354 W
W k d St t C anst
N P k
1517 arw ck Avenue e B view 1 Junmon mmgamell ur way
Warwick, R I C l E C E
Compllments of I
1461 road Street o e Street
,, ,I Was ing on Park Cranston, R. l.
Compliments of Sir:
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Best isllex for he Class o 1
Disiribufors of Sunheat Furnace OII: ...., I
1265 Post Road, Norwood, R. I.
POST ROAD GIFT SHOPPE
Te. . -5211
Norwood 7, R. I. - - -
mwood Avenue, Norwood
Hi. -I on Road l.GkQWOOd, R. 1.
Lincoln Park, R. I. 00
Stuar - ark Guaranteed - 25 Years Experienc
125 ivert Street Tel. illsgrove 1- 751 gn gn
V0 - 0 I - . . ox 36 Gas ee Point, Station 5
, J. E. TI E
. - arwick Avenue
Beniamin W. Harwick War ic , R. I. Ed9'W09 U ion I' 011, R- l-
ER J BARR
GROCERY and VARIETY STORE
T II w I
PORTER and BRIGGS
CABINET MAKERS BREEZEWAYS
ATOM DRUG COMPANY
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
NORWOOD SCREW MACHINE CO
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS
D 81 K SERVICES INC
2284 IIIII 9
comme Auro SERVICE
INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS
M I I
KAISER HENRY J FRAZER
MARY S HABIT
HOME MADE PASTRY SNACKS
2 P I R d H II g
HOXSIE HARDWARE CO
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FISHING EQUIPMENT SPOSTING GOODS
B I I
OFFICIAL INSPECTION d HEADLIGHT STATION
HILLSGROVE SERVICE STATION
P I R H II g
H O G A N S
ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION
LAKEWOOD FOUR CORNERS
CHURCH AVE GREENHOUSES
7 Ch II A
GRAY S PHARMACY
sANDsTIzoM CARBIDE PRODUCTS co THE SUBURBAN REALTY CO
CARBIDE REAL ESTATE d INSURANCE
P R HII
TOOLS DIES APPLICATIONS
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204 P fl! Gd Hills II I-II 12457 III I227aw
mwood Avenue Providence, R
P E T ' E T T elep one I. -9467
Hoxsie Four Corners, Warwick
mwood Avenue Norwood, R. I.
eservoir Avenue, Providence
C m Imenfs of
Manufacfurels of Pcs' Road 5 revel R I
orvvood Avenue Norwood, R. I.
L . . G E
39 a'es9c Avenue Norwood, R. I. General Auto Repairing - Guaranteed Used Cars
Associated wiIh Wheelock Ins. Agency mwood Avenue Nvrwvvd. R-
Phone . - B0 Insure And Be Sure Michael James Rossi and Nic oas Rossi
Hardware - Tools - Palnfs - Glass - Industrial Suppll
" ' " Kitchen Wore - EIe r ca uppIIes
Wal er N. Simmons, Mgr.
21 ir or! Road Warwick, R.
003 os aa i s rove, R. I. Aw ew- -150
Aufomofive Eleclricians CUMPIIMUMS of
1965 ox ood i s rove, R. I.
Complimenls of I
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2037 asf oad I s rove, R. I.
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