Arlington High School - Indian Yearbook (Arlington, MA)

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TJlis (M Property of THE TOWN OF ARLINUTON blW SCHOOL LUHiAKlf EX LIBRIS THE 1934 YEAR BOOK PUBLISHED B THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS Transcript Press tJclJication lUr, tlir rlasa uf 1U34, in ayprrriatimt for Ijrr iirars of arruirr au too of romviauionaijiy iiriiiratr thia f rar iBook lo lUi0a iCrla (£. iMurbnrk FACULTY f t " — AN APPRECIATION During each year of our course at Arlington High School, we have learned to value more and more the friendship and advice of our Principal. The quiet, unassuming help which he has given us has been, and will be, a source of inspiration to us. For all that he has done for us, we, the Class of 1934, extend to Mr. Herman Gammons our grateful appreciation. 1 Hi 1 1 1 i t!! I lilil-.hfiti ¥f| r— i ' f } . 4 A 311 , Arlington Sonior Blig ' li Sriiool Faenlty i!)33 - um Herman Gammons, Principal Raymond S. Mori ' ill, A nistatif Priitciiial Evelyn A. Testa, Sccrcfarp Arthur, Lawrence, Printing Bailey, Bessie B., French Barry, Veronica, French Binnig, Theresa, Stenoy., Type., Filing Blevins, Dorothy, English Bullock, Sarah J., Mathcmai ics Burke, W. Ray, Geography, Economics, La iv Campbell, May, Cookery Casey, Alma, Typewriting Cheney, Evangeline, Stenog., Type., Filing Conway, Bessie A., History Cooper, Louise J., English Crosby, Irene, Physical Training Cunnifi " , Mary E., Stenog., Type. Dow, Arline, English Downs, Charles, Physical Training iiraton, Douglass, Mathematics Einzig, L. Hassler, Music Eowler, Alban, Chemistry Gray, Martha, Librarian larlow, Leola B., Dockkeeping liormel, Henry, History Hutchins, Adelaide, Spanish Jenks, Alice, Geogt aphy. Economics, Law Gardner, George, English Jerardi, Grace, French, German Jewett, Ida B., Biology Johnson, Carl, History Johnston, Claire, Oral English Kapff, George, Mathematics Kennedy, Constance, Sewing Krastin, Theresa, English Lawton, Catherine, English Matthews. Helen F., Ora ' Eng., Dra matics McCarty, Katherine, Physical Training MolTatt, Martha S., History Murdock, Lela, French Murray, Frances, Stenography, Type. Nash, Helen E., Intw, Econoniics Nelson, James W., Mathenattics, Chemistry Ostergren, Fred V., Bookkeeping Packard, Kenneth, French, German reck, Eugenia, English Fierce, Grace G., Music Pennell, Harriet, Household Arts Poi’tei ' , Gladys, English Preston, Alice, Latin Prestwood, Mary, Industrial Arts Rice, Helen, Sewing Robinson, Arthur E., Mechanical Arts Rounds, Dorothy, Latin Sandberger, Sydney, Mechanical Arts Sears, Lutie G., Drawing Shedd, Minnie, French Skinner, Charles, Chemistry, F hysics Taber, Vivian, hJnglish Taylor, Eleanor, Mathematics Toner, James, Bookkeeping, Geography Treat, Alice, English Wakefield, Lura, History Wardle, Ethelwyn, Music Woodend, Ji,dith, Office Training Wright, Lois B., Latin, English Hickey, Mary A., Clerk O’Neill, Martha E., Matron 5 FACULTY AUTOGRAPHS V A 1 a ( ' .IIKISTOPHER A. NoEAN President Janet Ann Heanchakd I ice-Pi esideni Class Officers [’iiYLLis Nelson Secretary James J. O’Neii. Treasurer 7 CHARLES ADAMS “Charlie” 5 Lee Terrace ■■His liint)s were cast in nianiy mold. I ' ' or liardv sjiorts or contests l)(dd. " Kmittiall. ltiisKfti)all (Caiitain) PHYLLIS ADAMS “Phil” 157 Hie-hland Avenue ■A sunny nature wins lasting frU ' iidshii) any vhere. ’ ( h i r liPiult !’, Hask thall CHRISTINE GRACE AHEARN “Chris” 20 Beacon Street ■■As merry as the day is long.” JOHN JOSEPH AHEARN “Red” 17 Beacon Street ■■Hot them call it mischief. When ' tis past and prospered, ’twill he virtue.” JOHN LAWRENCE AHEARN “Jack” 19 Acton Street ■■He who has no wish to be happier, is the happiest of men.” Tennis DARTMOUTH NAN M. ALCOTT 7 Pine Ridee Road ‘■She walks with a pueenly grace.” Honor Roll MASS. SCHOOH OF ART ERIC R. ALEXIE 27 Mill Street ■■strong in Argumentation.” Footliall, Indoor Traek. Spring ' I ' raek, Class Hasketball. Honor Itoll, Year Hook Coinniittee, (Hee Club, Clironiele Staff RFRORTIOR EDITHA F. ALLIS “Eddie” 59 Lockeland Avenue ■■They win who laugh.” “Pirates of Henzanee.” GORDON L. ANDERSON “Andy” 18 Foster Street ■■- n affable and courteous gentleman.” Hand, Oreliestra, Student Conn- ell TUFTS ALICE ASTOR 93 Svlvia Street " O, likeable, thoughtful girl !” Honor Itidl, Rirls’ Club 8 A 1 9 . ELEANOR BAKER 313 Park Avenue " Her ways are ways of pleas- antness.” Itraiiiiillc riiil). Chronicle Staff, tJirls’ Cluh JOUttXAlJST FRANCES BALSOR “Frannie” 50 Gloucester Street ■■Peeds are true proof of worth.” Orchestra LESI,EY .SCHOOI, JOSEPH BARNIE “.Toe” 75 Webster Street " Co forward, for glory awaits thee. " Basehall DOROTHY T. BARRETT “Dot” 19 Bowdoin Street " AH nature is but art.” SCHOOE OP PRACTICAI, ARTS CARL F. BARRON 18 Trowbridge Street " A chee rful temper joined with perseverance.” Student Council, Stainii Clnh HARVARD EMERY B ATT IS 12 West Street " He is gifted with genius wlio knowelli much l)y natural tal- ent.” Oramatic Inh ( |■|■esldenl ) . ••Kni es friini Syria, " “.lanice .Mereditii " , " Kscape , Ornni- py, " “ Tile flercliant of enicc” ST.VCIO FLOYD R. BATTIS, Jr. “Rat” 12 West Street " A good fellow in every sense of the word.” Ilrainatic Cliili (Treasurer and Itnsiness ’Manager), “.fa nice fleredith " . “(i rn m iiy " , “I’lie IMerchatit of Venice " BE.VTLEY SCHOOl, ELEANOR BEHNKE 80 Hie ' hland Avenue " Ceiitle in sneecii atid l)eneri- cent in mind.” ROBERT BELL “Bob” 80 Williams Street " He tliat climlts a ladder mit.st Ijegin at the first round.” CARL BENNEKOM 600 Summer Street " He doe.s well who acts nobly. " TPFTS 9 A 1 3L RUTH BENNETT “Bunk” 193 Hillside Avenue ‘‘Whatever is popular deserves attention.” Ilraiiiatic (liil), Hasketball. Hockey MURIEL BERGKUIST “Mim” 13 Thorndike Street ‘‘A cliarining young lady.” FKAMIXGHAil XORMAT. PRISCILLA L. BERRY 529 Summer Street “She was the picture of liealth and contentment.” (Hee ( lub ANNA M. BEVINS “Ann” 127 Scituate Street " Blessed are tlie messengers of cheerfulness.” Hasketball (.Manager), Girls A. A. XURSP:S‘ TR-AIXIXC.; school MADELINE BINA “May” 16 Lowell Street Place For she is just the (luiet kind whose nature never varies.” BOOKKEEPER JANET ANN BLANCHARD “Cxin” 29 Wvman Terrace “Her voice was ever soft and gentle.’’ Hoekey, Hasketball, Tennis, tilrls’ ( ' lub. A, A, Club, Student Council, Vice-President V“nlor Class, Girls ' A. A, Club BUSIXKSS KATHERINE BLASDALE “Kay” 104 Claremont Avenue " A soul as full of worth as void of pride.” Dramatic Club (Property Man- ager), Tennis, Girls’ Club, Glee ( lub. Class Hasketball, “Pirates of Penzance” DONALD WILLIAM BOOTH “Don” 46 Teel Street “His read.v speech flow’d fair and free. In phrase of gentlest courtes’-.” Chronicle ,Iunlor Editor, Tear Hook Business Manager BOSTOX I’XIVERSITY RUTH CRAWFORD BOWSER “Ruthie” 18 Peabody Road “Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit.” (ilee Club, Girls’ Club JEAN BROWN “Brownie” 67 Georee Street “By this good light, a lass of matchless mettle.” Dramatle Club 10 MEREDITH ELLIOT BROWN “Mei-rie” 36 Hiehland Avenue " He hath ever fed of the dain- ties that are bred in a book. " Glee (’lull, Hund, Ilramutie Club, Stuiiip Club KXKTKK C. WINSTON BULLARD “Winnie” 15 Temnle Street " If it be a man’s work. I ' il do it. " Cross Country, Traek, Ilramutie Club, Class Orator, “The Mer- chant of Venice " LAW HAROLD BORDEN BURGESS “Chris” 45 Sutherland Road " A conscientious student, and a friend to all who knew him. " BKNTLEY SCHO iL EVELYN BURNS “Berk” 170 Summer Street " Her ways are those of quiet- ness.” SIMMONS ALICE CABRAL 8 Alpine Street " To know her is to amireciate her qualities.” Dramatic ( ' lub. Girls’ Club CHRLSTINA CACCAVO 120 Broadway " Tile waters that are stillest are also the deepest. " SI ' :(’KET.A.RV ALFRED CAMARANO “Fred” 44 Arnold Street " Youth walks with swift feet.” BENTIA ' IY SCHOOL F. GARFIELD CANNELL, .If. “Gabby” 37 Rangeley Road " Frank sincerity, thougli no in- vited guest, is free to all. and brings liis welcome witli liim. " ' I ' ennls .NICHOLS JR. COLLEOE JAMES J. CARNEY, Jr. “Jim” 47 Lake Street " Tliere ' s so much mirtli and wit about thee.” BOSTON UNIVERSITY JOSEPH CARTULLO “.loe” 1187 Massachusetts Avenue " Content to follow wliere man leads the way.” Haseball BRYANT A.ND STRATTON 11 A 1 3 . 3 . DAVID CHEN “Dave” 21 Longfellow Road • ' Wliat ' s the odd.s as lomt as you are hai)i)y? " Stiuleiil ( ' oiini ' ll. Class Baseball ETHEL CHIPMAN “Chippy” 99 Waverly Street " Many years of deserved hapi)i- ness are, 1 trust, before • u. " Honor U(dl. Hramatie Club. “The lerehaiit of Veniee”. Cheer lieader, Hoekey, Basket- ball, Year Book Committee STKNOOHAPHKR PRISCILLA CLANCY “Pris” 51 Menotomv Road " The way to have a friend is to be one. " Hramatie Club BOSTON ItNIVKRSITY GORDON CLARKE “Briid” 12 Fordham Street " I have alwa.vs been a quarter fjf an liotir before iny tipie, aph it has made a man of me.” Football. Basketball (Caiitalii), Baseball (Captain) WARNER .1. CLIFFORD “Cliff” 78 Bartlett Avenue " YounK fellows will l)e young fellows. " Hramatie Club, Football DARTMOUTH ANNE CODY 10 Brattle Terrace " Haughing and gay and full of fun. Thus she is ever when frolic ' s begun.” Honor Roll, Idterarv Club, A. A, ( ' lull, Hramatie Club, (Jlrls Club SKCRKTARY BARBARA COGHLAN “Bobbie” 39 Appleton Street " Thy countenance is the por- trait of thy soul.” Tennis, Basketball, Hramatie Club BOSTON UNIVIORSITY MERRILL S. COOK “Spencer” 64 Highland Avenue " He who sings frightens away his ill.s.” Orchestra, Baud, Glee Cluh, “Pirates of Penzance” BOSTON univf:r.sity cohhf:gio of music BERTHA COSTA “Berta” 38 Hayes Street " Thy music in my heart I bore long after it was heard no more.” Orchestra BOSTON UNIVKRSITY ANASTASIA COULOURIS “Ace” 90 Lowell Street " She is quiet on the outside, she’s the best sort of girl with- in.” Hramatie Club NURSING 12 A bkrkelp:y w. c:uk “Berk” 21 Walnut Sti’cet 1 3 . WENONAH CRAFT “Nonie” 224 Massachusetts Avenue " She is the verv nink of courtesy.” FISHKU LOIS CRAIG “Ditto” 15 Montaerue Street ■ ' Her friends — there are man.y; Her foes — are there an.v? " (Hris’ ( ' lull. DniiiiHlic (lull. Oftiee Assistant. Honor Koll SALHM TKACH HUS ' JOHN CRONIN “Spike” 19 Magnolia Street careless soiifr, with a little nonsense in it now and then, does nf)t mis-become a mon- arch. ' ' Track, (inartette, “IMrates of Penzance, " (Hec Club BOSTON TTNIVKRSITY coiAjKok of music GERTRUDE MARION CROWLEY 16 Webster Street " To be merry best becomes thee.” BARBARA O. CUE “Babs” 21 Walnut Street " (fentle and sweet in personage is she.” Ilraniatic Club MASS. ART SCHOOK " Whal i-are 1 for the wreaths that only give glory ' . ' ” Stani| Club (President). Koot- liall (-Manager). Masketball (.Manager). Draimitie (lull. Class Baseball HARVARD MARY CULLINANE 71 Franklin Street " Hoodness is beauty in its best estate.” Chronicle Staff B(.)OKKKKPKR BUSSELL I). CURRY “Russ” 76 Hillside Avenue " On with the dance! Del joy be uncontined.” Honor Boll, Ifraniatie Club (Pnblieil.v .Manager), “The Mer- ebant of Venice, " “Highness, " “.Mieado, " (dec Club MARY E. DACEY 134 Broadway " .Sing away .sorrow, cast away care.” Dramatic Cliili, A ' ear Hook Conimillee KOWKKK TKACHKRS ' AGNES DADEKIAN “Max” 17 Blossom Street " Her happiness consists of labor.” (ilee Club SCHOOK OP ' PRACTICAK , RT.S A J 5. VIRGINIA DALE “Dale” 147 Massachusetts Avenue ■ ' Let the worth slide, let world KO. a tlK for, care, a for woe. the tU SMITH LAURISTON E. DAVIS “Dave” 21 Park Avenue Extension ■■Our deeds determine us. " Track. Foothall. Diamatic n«h G ALEXANDER DAVISON “Red” 281 Park Avenue •■Among the gifts that C,od hath Mus?c”is the most magniticent. MASS. RAIHO SCHOOL MARY A. DeLOLLlS 23 Melrose Street •There is always work, and tools to work with, for those who will- BRYxVNT ANO STRATTON TIMOTHY DENNEHY, -Ir. “Tim” 38 Sunset Road ••He has who has a sense a foundation for a character.” of duty worthy (Jlcc (Tull, Honor KoH HARVARD VIRGINIA DENVIR 258 Massachusetts Avenue " Constant and true. She ' s true Blue.” Dramatic Club RUTH DICKINSON “Ruthie” 131 Franklin Street ‘ T ' hy smile can make a smile wheie darkness else would be.” Dramatic Club, “The Slecpln-r- Car” SCHOOL OF DESIGN BETTY DILL 6 Oakland Avenue " A (luiet life and a blameless mind.” Girls’ Club SIMMONS DOROTHY B. DINGWELL “Dottie” 54 Trowbridere Street " She ' s a winsome, wee thing.” Dramatic Club, “Pirates of Penzance” RITA J. DOHERTY 10 Jean Road " There is none of Beauty ' s daughters with a magic like yours.” Dramatic Club, Girls’ Club BOSTON UNIVERSITY 14 A 1 3. GERALD DONOVAN “Nobby” 26 Amsden Street “There’s no living with thee, nor without thee.” Foothall, Hnsehnll KATHERINE DONOVAN “Kay” 62 Rawson Road " She nothing coninion did or mean. " MARY ELIZABETH DONOVAN “Dunny” 97 Bow Street ' There is so much wit and mirth about thee. " Dramatic Clal) STKNOtJRAPHEn VIRGINIA DOUGHTY 9 Irving Street “Yes, my sociable friend. I love thee well. " Dramatic Cliili, “(triimpy” ELAINE DOWN 2.31 Wachusett Avenue " Beauty provoketh thieves sooner than gold. " (Iramatlc ( lull, (Jlec Cliil), “Pir- ates of Penzance” EELANf) POWER.S PHYLLIS DOWNIE 58 Appleton Street " She looks before she leaps.” (ilrls’ Club KATHERINE CIBBS SHOOK CATHERINE DRISCOLL “Tiffie” 68 Mystic Street " Oh, but she was gay !” FRANCIS P. DRISCOLL 98 Melrose Street ■T o well and right and let the world slide.” (Toss ’(Mintr MADELINE DUNN “Babe” 41 Hemlock Street " if she has any faults, she has left us in doubt.” SIMMONS WARREN DURDLE 35 Magnolia Street " Men of few words are the best ones.” ( liroiiiele (Business Manager) 15 ELEANOR EAGER “L” 182 Broadway " I ' heerfulness is an off-shont of goodness and wisdom. " Tennis, Itrainatie Cliili KATIUOIilNIO CIBBS Bl ' HOOB MARGUERITE EAGER “Jiggs” 182 Broadway " She ' s not noisy, loud, or ftay. l)ut enjoys life in a quiet way.” Tennis. (Jirls’ Clnli K.VTlllOHINK CIBBS SCHOOL PHYLLIS EDWARDS “Peanuts” 156 Scituate Street " The honors of genius are eternal. " Ureliestra. Blee Cliili. “Pirates of Penzance” tba(Mii;b of violin RUTH ELLIS “Sammy” 84 HilLside Avenue " lOarth ' s noblest thing, a wo- man perfected. " Kdllor-in-Cliief of Tear Hook. Birls’ (lull (President). Dram- atie ( Inti. Honor Koll yiT. HOLYOKIO EDITH GERTRUDE EMERY “Edie” 106 Westminster Avenue " A fair exterior is a silent re- commendation.” Hraniatie Cliili. Tennis, (lass Haskethall STYLING HAROLD O. ERB, JR. 143 Overlook Road " He seems .s-o near, and vet so far.” ELIZABETH KERR ESDALE “Betty” 25 Newport Street " Gentle words, ijuiet words, arc after all the most powerful words.” Chronicle DOROTHEA EVANS “Dot” 109 Claremont Avenue " Fven virtue is fairer when it a| i ears in a beautiful person.” Orchestra, Band, Dramatic Clnl), Glee Cluh, Girls’ Club (Treasurer), Tennis, Year Book Committee, “Pirates of Penz- ance,” Class Basketball KADCLIFFK JOHN F ' AGERLAND 25 Coolidge Road " . n honest and a perfect man. Commands all influence, all fate.” CN1VEK.SITY OF WISCONSIN MARY CATHERINE FAHEY 41 Dartmouth Street " It ' s good to be merry and wise.” SAIUIENT SCHOOL 16 I A 1 3 . I I I I GLADYS E. FARROW “Sis” 196 Hillside Avenue " Your heart ' s desires be with you. ” I.AWItlONrE MEMORIAE HOSPITAL KATHERINE ANN FOLEY “Kay” 30 Churchill Avenue " 1 am sure care ' s an enemy to life.” K.VJ’HEKINE OIBBS SCHOOL LILLIAN FONTAINE 8 Belton Street " She is ijuiet. tall and digni- fied.” SIMMONS GEORGE FORBES 159 George Street " Every man ' s fortune is mould- ed by his character. " EenoiiiK Club NORTHEASTERN ' MARY FORBES 172 Charlton Street " (lood nature is one of the rit h- est gifts.” IfraniHtir Club, (ilee f liifi. Lit- erarj Club. Ilebiitliig Club, (tlrls’ Cliit BOSTON UNIVERSITY RITA P. FOREST 12 Letvis Avenue " Her temncr never out of I)lace.” Honor Uoll. Clrl’s Club THEODORE FOSTER “Teddy” 23 Fessenden Road " Who mi.xed reason with nleas- ure and wisdom with mirth.” Track BCSTON UNIVERSITY RICHARD B. FOWLER “Dick” 70 Appleton Street " Say to all the world, ' This is a man ' .” Dramatic Club ( Vice- I’rcshicnt anil Stage Manager), “.lanice Mcreilitb. ' “(i rumpy.” “Mer- chant of Venice.” “Bimbo the Pirate.” Slmlent Council (Pres- ident). Orchestra. Band. Class Historian. Delialing t ' Inb, Honor Boli. ( heer Leader WEST POINT RUTH FOX 7 Wyman Street " Actions, looks, words form the alphabet by which you may spell character.” Rice Club, Honor Roll RADCLIEEE NATALIE FREDRIKSEN “Nat” 37 Crescent Hill Avenue " (lentle in manner, kind in thought.” Dramatic Club. Class Basket- liall. Tennis BRYANT AND STRATTON 17 PHYLLIS FREEMAN “Phyl” 11 Lincoln Street " The hand that hath made thee fair hath made thee Rood.” BRADFORD JR. COLLECK ELIZABETH FRENCH “Betty” 30 Old Mystic Street " A true and sincere nature. " Girl’s Cliih. Year Book Com- mittee KATHERINE GIBBS SCHOOL KATHERINE FREYER “Kay” 132 Warren Street ‘‘Variety is the spice of life. " Chronlele KATHERINE GIBBS SCHOOL MARY GALLAGHER “Skeets” 1 Osborne Road " Reason is the master of all things. " Basketliall, Hockey. Itramatlc ( lub BL’SINESS SCHOOL BARBARA GALLIGAN “Babs” 10 Pine Court “Hers was a charming man- ner.” PAUL GARIEPY “Gallop” 66 Appleton Street ' He has a line like a fisherman, and plenty of bait. " Baml (Drum .Ma.ior), Chronicle Staff. Track. Dramatic Club. (Stage .Manager). Year Book Committee NmVSPAPER WORK ROBERT GARLAND “Bob” 28 Thorndike Street " A likeable and cordial fellow.” M. I. T. MAE K. GAVIN 37 Harvard Street " Whose speech has grace and is salted with wit. " Dramatic Club. Honor Boll CHANDLER EDWARD GILMAN 1500 Massachusetts Avenue " Keen in mind and easy going. ’‘ NORTHEASTERN VIRGINIA GODFREY “Jean” 18 Varnum Street ■‘Goodness does not consist in greatness, — but greatness in goodness.” Dramatic Club, Girls’ Club 18 JOHN GOMES 11 Fordham Street • " The noblest mind the best con- tentment has. " EUGENE GRAF “Shiek” 159 Jason Street " I dare do all that may becom, a man. ’ Track (Captain). Class Will BOSTON UNIVERSITY JAMES H. GRAHAM “Jimmy” 28 Henderson Street " A moral, sensible, well-bred man.” Dcbatinif Club TUFTS ELEANOR GRANNON “El” 14 Wyman Terrace ■ To know her is to like her. " Rice Club, Dramatic Club. Hockey. Tennis (Manager), tilrls’ i ' lub, Kasketball. Base- ball. A. A. Club. Girls’ A. A. RADCLIFFE HAROLD GREENLAW “Hap” 33 Cliff Street ' T would make reason m.v guide.” IRVING M. HAINES “Irv” 21 Thorndike Street " He ' ll make a proper man. " AC ;OUNTING BARBARA HALL 39 Harlow Street " Mf)deration, — the noblest gift of heav ' en.” Glee ( liib. Dramatic Club WILBUR A. HALL “Bill” 39 Harlow Street " Nothing great was ever achieved witnout enthusiasm. " Track (Co-Caittaln). (Hee Club. Honor Kidl EDWARD HANLON “Red” 11 Osborne Road " Beware the fuiy of a patient man. " Track BARBARA HANSON “Barbs” 26 Kimball Road " Small, but oh my!” Honor Boll. Dramatic ( lub. “Pirates of I’cnzance.’’ Year Hook Committee PKACTICAl, SCHOOL OF ART 19 WILLIAM HARRIGAN “Harry” 128 Mt. Vernon Street " They also serve who also stand and wait. " WENTWORTH FRANK HARRINGTON 186 Florence Avenue " ’irtue is bold and soodness never fearful. " BRYANT AND STRATTOxN GILBERT HARRINGTON “Gil” 88 Grafton Street " ' i ' hey say a carpenter is known by his chips. " MARY L. HART 18 Whittemore Street " A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. " Honor Itoll. Dramutic ( hili. (Ree Club ROWERR TEACH ER.S ' WINIFRED L. HART “Winnie” 21 Hillcrest Street " Kindness is Wisdom. " (Roe Club MARY L. HARVEY “Mare” 378 Park Avenue " My thoughts are my compan- ions.” (Roe Club. Draiiialir Club ALBERT J. HAWKES “Ai” 27 Howard Street " .So much a boy can do that does both act and know.” Orohestra, Honor Roll, Track DARTMOUTH MURIEL B. HAZEN 14 Lake Street " Sober, steadfast, and true.” BRYANT AND STRATTON ELIZABETH HEEDER “Betty” 61 Paul Revere Road “A maiden nujdest, yet self- possessed.” Hasketball, Tennis ARLINE HERSEY 61 Varnum Street " Of nature she is full sunny.” Dramatic Club 20 EDITH C. HICKS “DeeDee” 93 Pleasant Street “A maiden never bold.” EDWARD H HIGGINS “Ed” 78 Scituate Street “In every deed of inisehief. he had a heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to ex- ecute. " FeiiHiiS ' ( lull KHhhV KIKI.D, TL-IXAS ELIZABETH HIGGINS “Betty” 45 Pond Lane “Her air. her manners, all who saw admired.’’ Tennis (( ' aiitainl, Basketliall RUTH HIGGINS 78 Scituate Street “.She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with, and pleasant too to think on.” DKNNISON UNIV.. OHIO JANE HOLMES 21 Windsor Street “. person worth knowing.” Dramalie ( lull, Oirls’ ( Inh. Tennis DORIS G. HOLWAY 10 Milton Street “She’s never haughty — never proud. Hut popular in every crowd. " Ilranialie ( lull. (Jills’ ( lull ROBERT HOOKER “Bob” 32 Hawthorne Avenue “Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well. " student Counell, Oreliestra. I’reshlent .liinhir Class H. RV.A.RI I DONALD HORLEY “Don” 21 Wyman Terrace “.A. generous friendship no cold medium knows. " ' I ' raek, Staniii ( lull r. ’I ’KRSITY (IF .AH.AB.A.M.V ALBERT E. HUGHES “Al” 259 Pleasant Street “He was never in a hurrv when we saw him. " Ilehaling (lull. (Jlee (lull, llraniatie ( lull. Track KKRMO.Vr HILR SCHOOR DUDLEY N. HUGHES “Dud” 23 Arg-yle Road “ ' I’here ' s mischief in this man.” Itaiid, Oreliestra. Ilranialie ( lull. (jJlee ( lull 21 A 1 3 ELEANOR HUGHES 76 Oakland Avenue " All who joy would win must share it — Happiness was born a twin.. " Draniutio Cliih, Cheer Leader EMILY HUGHES “Em” 76 Oakland Avenue " A perfect woman, nobly plan- ned to warn, to comfort, and command.” Orchestra, Orainatle Clult. Stu- dent Couiieil (Seeretary), Cheer Leader ELEANOR IGO 23 Lafayette Street " Mistress of herself. " Htiiiur Roll EDITH JACKSON “Jackie” 24 Bow Street " A mixture of studiousness and jollity.” Druinutle Cluh, (flee Club STENOGKAPHKR DORIS JENKINS 19 Park Avenue North " Long live such good nature.” Drantatie Clui», Girls’ Club DOROTHY JOHNSON “Dot” 20 Teel Street “Learned and fair and good is she.” (■lee Club, Uramatle Club EDITH C. JOHNSON “Edie” 54 Alpine Street " Those abfiut her, from her shall read the perfect ways of honor.” SWEDISH MASSAGE. STOCKHOLM ETHEL JOHNSON 10 Cedar Avenue " We never heard her speak in haste.” Hasketball, Baseball MARJORIE JONES “Marge” 114 Webster Street " Wisdom and goodness are twin-born.” Uramatle Club, Honor Roll, Literary Club GRANT W. JOSLIN 33 Westminster Avenue " " A faithful soul, a true and loyal friend. " Orchestra NORTHEASTERN’ 2 : I f I 1 k i f i i EDWARD V. KEATING, JR. 2 Reservoir Road “I know thou art what the world calks a brave fellow : and 1 have ever found thee an hon- est one.” Chroiilrle Staff, Honor Koll, Tennis BURDETT PAUL KEEFE 53 Fairmont Street " A cheerful smile is a prime delight. " Band BOSTON UNIVERSITY AGNES M. KELLEY 109 Medford Street A good woman is a wondrous creature.” t ' hronlele Staff J. PAUL KELLEY 28 Everett Street " The most manifest sign of wisdom is continued cheerfui- ness.” Track, Tennis, (Tironlele Staff, (flee (lab UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA ROBERT E. KELLEY “Kel” 40 Lockeland Avenue " A conscientious .student and a friend to ail who knew him.” Stndent Connell HARVARD GERTRUDE KENDALL ‘Gertie” 31 Pine Street ‘A good heart is better than all tne heads in the world.” BEATRICE M. KING “Bea” 151 Warren Street " Mindful not of herself.” GLADYS KING “Glad” 151 Warren Street A girl there was of quiet ways.” MELBA I. KING 182 Newport Street " A girl of matchless value.” EDWARD KINGMAN “Eddie” 21 Gould Road " Who mixed reason w ' ith nleas- uie and wisdom with mirth.” Student Connell, Year Book Coininlttee, Hoekey, Baseball Olanager), Clironlele Staff, A. A. Club, Tennis, Class Basket- ball 1 23 MARY KITTREDGE 100 Pleasant Street " Art is power. " Iliiiior Koll cohBV -IK. RUDOLPH KOMENDA “Rudy” 187 Newport Street ■A niimi not to t)e clianeeil liy lilace or titne. " ( hiss Trai ' k, Class Haseliall B( iSTOX r 1 V lORS 1 T Y EDNA P. KROHN “Ed” 29 Orvis Road ' Of comely coiuitenance and grace wa.s she. " ALFRED LANE “AP- IS Winter Street ■{(e’.s bashful in school, but confident in athletics. " Football, Hookey, Track ANDOVIOR LOIS LANTZ “Lo” 38 Bow Street Nothing becomes her ill that she would do well. " Honor Holl BtJSTOX UNIVERSITY WILBERT H. LARSON “Wolf” 52 Milton Street " Music was given to brighten the gay and kindle the loving.” (ilee Club, Hramatie Club, “Pir- ates of Penzance,’’ Chronicle Staff NEW EN(!I,AND UOXSERV.A- TORY OE MUSIC WILLIAM J. LEAHY “Bill” 1 Perth Road ■ " .Vbod.v that looked on him, liked him.” SI ' EEOEK RAW SCHOOR RALPH A. LENNON “Red” 26 Bow Street " .A good fellow with all and a lord among wits ” “Pirates of Penzance,” Dram- atic Club AUDREY E. LESTER “Brown” 13 Plymouth Street " VVe may not live without musioi” Orchestra, (tlee Club, “Pirates of Penzance,” String (Quartet MARK 1 X CONSERVATORY OE MUSIC PURCELL LESTER 16 Cliff Street " Wherever there is harmony, there is music.” Honor Kidl, Orchestra, String (luartette, (Jlee Club HARVARD 24 JOHN O. LEWIS “Johnny” 18 Fairview Avenue " ' I’he measure of life is not length, but honesty. " IRENE LOWE “Farina” 125 Brooks Avenue " Ry nature born a friend To glee and nierrinient. " (ilee Chill, Tennis STKXOCKAPHIOR FRANCES P. MACAULAY “Fran” 44 Washington Street " .She is small and nohseless in her tread.” Dniniatie ( lull, Idlerary ( Inh, (lirls I ' liih. Tennis, Hasketluill, Clrls’ A. .SAl.K.M TKACH HUS ' MARY MacGILVRAY “Jac” 15 Field Road “A good ‘Scout’. ■■ llriiiniille (Tub, Stiiniii (Tub, lleliiiting (Tull 150 CVK ALICE MAGNUSON 169 Mt. Veinon Street " Stie is quiet, reserved, and un- Iiretentious.” Ilrnnintle (Tub ART HENRY F. MALING 12.3 Westminster Avenue " Ret each man do his best. " X( IRTI 1 KASTKRX’ HERBERT MANNING “Deacon” 139 Scituate Street " A man of hope and forward- looking mind. " Honor Kidl RAXKINO ALPHONSE A. MARANHAS “Al” 21 Newland Road " The mildest manners with the lirave.st mind.” Oreliestra, lliinil ART SCHtTOR FRANCIS P. MARANHAS “Franie” 21 Newland Road " Solitude is the best nurse id ' wisdom.” Oreliestra, llanil RKXT’RKY SCHOOR MARIETTA R. MARSHALL Palmer Street " Statel.N-. tall, a friend to all. " Itasketball, Iloekev, Draniatie (Tub 25 A RUTH MARSHALL 15 Harvard Street “I have heard of the lady, and good word.s went with her name.” Kraiiiutic ( liih, filer Cliib, “I ' ir- iiles of HeiizHiire” RUTH MATTHEWS 80 Amsden Street ' ■Plea.santnes.s hs a iireeioiis charm.” STKNOOH.APHY DOROTHY A. MAYS “Dot” 16 Albemarle Street " Mot a flower, not a pearl, but just a regular all ' round girl,” llraiiiutir ( ' lull, (iirls’ ( lull SIMMONS HELEN McCARTY 78 Franklin Street " My joy of youthful sports was boundless as the sea,” llorke.v, Huseliall, Huskrtliall (( ' aiitiiiii), A. A. (lull, (ilee ( lull, (iirls’ ( lull WIPFP.IOn ACADl-lMV KATHLEEN McCLELLAN “Keen” 87 Quincy Street " A live wire — always on the go,” ( hiss Haskelliiill. Tennis THOMAS MacFARLAND “Tommy” 16 Everett Street " Actions speak louder than words,” “.Mikado,” Track (f ' o-raiitaln) EUGENE McGURL “Gene” 18 Grove Street Place " Who can doubt his capabil- ities?” NORTHFASTKRN ELMAE McMANUS 35 Winter Sti’eet “ronunon sense in an uncom- mon degree is what the world calls wisdom.” RADOIAFFE MARY MILERICK “May” 67 Webster Street " Deny her ability if you can ' Tennis BOOKKKFPINO ERIC S. MOBERG “Mo” 153 Waverly Street " The true, strong, and sound mind is the mind that can em- brace equally great things and small.” Honor Roll, .Stamp ( ' lull. Class itaseliall, Olftire .Assistant TUFTS 26 ESTHER MOONEY 16 Acton Street MARY MOSHIDES 129 Rawson Street ■ ' JOxri edinKly well reail. “She is with all the charm of woman. " HlhSIXKSS St ' Hi a )I- GEORGE MOONEY “Newey” 16 Acton Street “Bravery never goes out of fashion. " MARGARET MORAN 66 Beacon Street “As wise and good as she is fair.” ' I ' eiiliis, lloMor Itoll SABKM TKACHKItS’ RITA M. MORRIS 19 Surry Road “At all times (|uiet and de- mure. " BIrls’ (lull, Ilriiniutlc (lull, ' I ' eiinis, Honor Koll SAMOM TIOArHKRS’ ELDON MOSES “El” 29 Harlow Street “One who lives in today with- out a care.” (lire ( lull (Secretary • Treas- urer), ( I ' reshlent), “Pirates of Peii aiiee,” “Kreshles " ACroOXTIXO r ' ' HtV (llee ( lull, llraiiiatie ( lull. Ten- nis, Haseliall, ((iris ' ( lull H( )ST( i.X rx 1 VKKSITV .lOHN F. MULCAHY “Mill” 44 Beacon Street “Beneath the rule of men en- tire I. - great The pen is mightier than the sword.” ( li roniele ( K,ditor-in-eliief) .lorit.XABISM JAMES E. MULGREW “Mugg.sy” 60 River Street “For even though vanqiiished. he could argue still. " ( ross ( oniitry, ' I’raek rXIVFltSITV (IF MK ' HIO.AX JEANETTE MURPHY “Jane” 27 Mt. Vernon Street “IMild as the summer breeze. " RITA MURPHY “Reet” 3 West Street " C uiut hihI meek was slie.” A 1 ROBERT MUSHET “Musk” 45 Sherborn Street “The force of his own merit makes liis way a Kift that Heaven gives for him. ( lass Hashetliall MASS. NArTlHAl., St ' HOt L RALPH MYERSON 24 Dartmouth Street ' One of our too few studious youths. " iloaor KoM. Class Itaskeihalh Class Itasehall. Stamn Clah. Ol- lice Assistant TUFTS II. VIRGINIA NASMAN “Ginnie” 124 Highland Avenue " We love lier for her wealth of womanhood. — her manners, and her sweet rei)lies.” " ' ear Hook (tiU ss.v F-ditor), Dramatic Clalt. (-iris’ Cliili. Honor Koll, Sr. Uc|). to .1 r. Kcil Cross Coancil liADCUIFFK PHYLLIS NELSON “Phil” 10 Marion Road “A little body often harhors a great soul. " Honor Hidl, String (Inartct. Or- piicstra, Secretary of Senior Class, Class l ro|diel, Stiiilenl Conneil, Hockey MASS. STATE MARY L. NETHERTON “Lil” 18 Laurel Street “(Jentle and kind in manner.” Dramatic Clnh SFA ' KKTAUY BETTIE P. NIGHTINGALE 52 Waldon Road " We’ll just say she ' s sweet and wise We ' ll not even mention size.” SFCUFTARY CHRISTOPHER A. NOLAN “Chris” 24 Avon Place " Every inch a man.” F ' ootliall, Track. Debuting Club. StiKlent Council. President of Senior Class, Class Kusketball, Class Haseball HOEY CROSS GRAFTON J. NUNES 339 Summer Street man of few but profitable words.” Track. Haseball. Glee Club. Class Hasketbull, Class Base- ball. Year Book Committee. “Pirates of Penzance” BOSTON UNIVERSITY EDWARD J. O’BRIEN “Bunny” 68 Chandler Street " He first puts his words into practise. Then speaks in harmony with his character.” Dramatic Club EXETER CATHERINE O’DONNELL “Sidder” 3 Wyman Terrace " There ' s mischief in those eyes.” Girls’ Club. Club. Honor Koll. Hockey. Kasketball, Base- ball, Dramatic Club, Year Kook Committee, Tennis BOSSE-NISSEN ! I 28 A J S- FRANCIS O’HEARN “Fran” 98 Grafton Street " Haiulsonie and blonde, of bis friends he is fond. " Dehnliinr Club. Class Haskel- hall. Class Baseball, Football, lear Hook Committee AMH KU.ST ELEANOR M. OHLUND 35 Newland Road " (lood to be merr ’ and wise. " llramatle Club RUTH OLIVE “Ruthie” 37 Jason Street " Her smile is her umbrella. " Clee Club, Bramatir Club, “I’ir- ates of I’eii .auee IdOLAND I ' OWEUS EDWARD F. O’NEIL “Eddie” 52 Lombard Terrace " The Kentlest men are the simplest. " Class Basketball, ttlee Club, Baud, Stamp Club, “Mikailo " JAMES J. O’NEIL “Jimmie” 7 Melrose Street " Better late than never. " (Hee Club, llramatle Club, Stu- dent Coiiuell, Treasurer of Senior Class HKOKKK JOSEPH J. O’SULLIVAN “Joe” 22 Surry Road iuiet. energetic fellow. " Hoeki j, I lass Basketball, t lass Ha spha II »jri ' H i:AS ' ri :i;N MARGARET O’SULLIVAN “Peggy” 22 Surry Road " She is s|ir - at K -m and talks with vim. " Basketball, Baseball, IHrls ' ( lab. “A " ( lull, liraniatie Club, leniils, Cirls’ A. A. IT).SSl-:-A’ISH10N GEORGE OUELETTE 28 Overlook Road " The will to do. the soul to dare. " BK. TI.,EA ' SCHOOB LUCIEN OUELETTE 28 Overlook Road ' I’hnu art as honest a fellow as ever man put faith in.” JUNE M. OWEN 44 Hawthorne Avenue " Cientle in personage.” Iloekey, Basketball, Baseball, ’I ' euiiis, Atliletle Club ACAHIA COLBECE 29 EDMUND PAGE “Eddie” 174 Westminster Avenue " Laugh? Yes, why not? ' Tis better than crying a lot. " (;iee Chit) MARJORIE PAGE “Marge” 3 Hayes Street “Come and trip it as you go, on the light fantastic toe.” lennis, Hasehiill. I»rn iiiatie (III!) LA.SIOLL JR. COLLKC.K DOROTHY A. L. PALMER “Dottie” 26 Egerton Road “It is the tramiuil people who accomplish.” Dramatic ( lab LKSLKY SCHOOL ADELAIDE PANGBORN 29 Teel Street “A silent, but a good, worker. " SARAH F. PATTERSON “Pat” 274 Park Avenue “Where there ' s a will, there ' s a way.” Honor Holl, Dramatic ( lal (Secretary), (iirls’ Club, Liter- ary Clnb, Year Hook Commit- ted (ilce Club, “.lanice . lerc- (litli,” “Knives from Syria,” “iligbness,” Oftice jVssistant SMITH EDWARD R. PELLOWE “Gloves” 178 Mystic Street “A light heart lives long.” Track, Haskethull HR I ' r I S H C, O ' E RN M K N T A Iv SERVICE. BERMUDA RUTH PHINNEY “Ruthie” 37 Newport Street “A trim little lady, with plenty ' of style.” Orcliestra, “IMrates of Penz- ance,” (Jlee Club, Honor Roll, Year Book Committee LESLEY SCHOOL GORDON PLATINE “Plat” 231 Gray Street “A good sort and a good sport.” I ' ear Hook Committee, P, G. BOST(JX UNIVERSITY KATHERINE PRESTE- JOHN “Kay” 171 Franklin Street " She that was ever fair and never proud Had tongue at will and yet was never loud.” STEXOCRARHY MIRIAM A. PURCELL “Mimi” 109 Broadway “Thou art a friend of good res- Iiect.” Dramatic Club LESLEY SCH(Jt)L 30 EDITH FURRIER “Edie” 129 Overlook Road VERA ROGERS 39 Lakehill Avenue ■ ' Sometimes grave, sometimes gay, but we ali iike her any- way.” Draiiiatir Cliilt. H«cke , “V” ( hih BOSTON UNIVIOKSITY DOROTHY QUINN “Dodo” 129 Broadway ■ ' Happy am I. from care 1 am tree ! WUiy aren ' t they aii contented iike me?” Tennis, (ilrls’ ( lull KATHHRINK (iIBBS SCHOOL MARGARET RILEIGH “Si ' s” 19 Albemarle Street ■ ' N ' irtue is its o vn reward.” Iloeke.t (Captain), Itaskethall, Kaseliall, Tennis, (Jirls’ Clnli, Athletle Assoeiation BOSTON university ELIZABETH RILEY “Betty” 19 Court Street " A loving heart is the begin- ning of all knowledge.” Kaseliall, Girls’ Cliili, lloeke.y. Tennis BOSTON UN I VERSIT Y CARL N. ROBBINS “Bud” 45 Magnolia Street ■■ ' I’bey are never alone who are accompanied with noble thoughts.” ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING ■ ' Good nature and good sense are always joined.” Glee (lull. Girls ' Clnb, Drani- atie ( ' lull Si JI.MONS ANN ROONEY “Annie” 17 Broadway ■ ' A merry heart goes all the way.” Iloniir Koll, llraniatie Clnb. Clironiele BOSTON UN I VERSIT Y JUNE ROWLAND “Junie” 23 Wellington Street " A daughter fif the gods, div- inely tall And most divinei ’ fair.” Honor Koll, llraniatie Cl••‘•. (. ' iris ' Clnb. Basketball. Cliron- iele. “A” Club, Girls’ , . A.. Baseball BOSTON UN I VERSIT Y WILLIAM H. RUSSELL “Billy” 28 Peabody Road “A lion among ladies is a dangerous thing.” HARVARD ARTHUR R. RYRHOLM 41 Magnolia Street " Knowledge is power.” 31 A 1 5 , RUTH M. SALTER , “Ruthy” 56 Falmouth Road ' ■( ' heerfulness is a fertain siKii of wisdom. " KATHl ' ililXl ' : SCHOOL, ZETELLE SANBY 24 Paul Revere Road " ()f manners gentle, of affection mild. " nraniiilic ( liil . Uirls’ Liteiar.v ( liib, Olliie Assistant K.-VTHHKINK OIP.BS SCHOOL WILLIAM O. SANDQUIST “Sandy” 22 Marion Road " Swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger. " KW KNOLANT) CONSlOltVA- TORY OF MUSIC DOROTHY P. SCHULTZE “Dot” 12 Henderson Street " Her face is smiling, and lier voice is sweet.” I iterar.v Cliih BOSTON UNIVERSITY EVELYN SHAUGHNESSY “Evie” 33 Philips Sti-eet " Not in rewards, but in tlie strength to strive, the Idessing lies.” Kasketliall. Rlee Cliil) BEAUTY CULTURE EDMUND SHEA “Eddie” 3 Florence Avenue " A merrier man, within the limits of becoming mirth, I never spent an hour’s talk with.’’ Koothall (.Vsslstant .Manager ' . Horke.v (.Manager), Dramatic Clnl), (llee Clul), Orchestra. Hand TUFTS ELEANOR SHUMWAY “El” 70 Everett Street " She looks grave, but she is full of pep and fun.” Olec (lull, (Lilirarian), Dram- atic t’lul) SIMMONS MARY SLATTERY “Mimi” 1125 Massachusetts Avenue • ' A gentle priestess of the wise.” Dramatic Cluh, (ilee Cluh. Honor Koll BOSTON UNIVERSITY ALAN W. SMITH “Smitty” 30 Cliff Street " He makes sweet music with the enamelled stones.” Dramatic (’Itih. (Treasurer. Viee President), Orchestra. Hand, Student (’ouncH. Olee (lull. “Pirates of Penzanee” (Hnsiness Manager) ROST C.RADUATE MARGUERITE D. SNYDER “Peggy” 110 Webster Street ■’She has an abundance of cheerfulness.” Dramatie ( lull. Deliating ( luh. Cheer I.eader I 32 RUTH G. STOCKDALE 1218 Massachusetts Avenue ALBERT E. SPINA “Albie” 43 Beacon Street " He hafl a face like a bene- diction.” I ' oot i!i II, Ilocke.v, l{iis( ' lnill. Class Hasketball VICTORIA STEARNS “Vic” 11 Pine Ridge Road " Fair was she to look noon, but fairer still to hear.” Vear Hook ( dm niittee. Iloaor Holl. Offlcc-assistant. Itraaialic llib MASS. SCHOOH OF AiiT MIRIAM W. STEVENS “Mim” 211 Wachusett Avenue " A radiant focus of Koodwill.” Dramatic Clali WH FATOX JOHN M. STIFF “Johnny” 47 Mt. Vernon Street ”1 find nonsense singularl.v re- freshing.” Orchestra, Haail, (flee Clah, llramalie ( lab. Year Hook Com- mittee M. I. T. HOWARD ST, JOHN “Howie” 37 Churchill Avenue " What ' s in a name ' ' ” Cross Conatr.v M. I. T. " A cheerful life is what the Muses love ; A soaring spirit is their ])rime delight.” Dramatic Club, Honor Roll SIOCUFTAliV WILLIAM STORY “Bill” " Fife is a jest and all things .show it, I thought so once and now 1 know it.” Dramatic ( lab RAYMOND D. STROUT “Ray” 140 Lake Street " A just fortune awaits the de- serving. ’ Kt ' iiclng ( liil» F. RUSSELL SULLIVAN “Russ” 66 Mt. Vernon Street “Brevity is llif soul of wit.” THOMAS SULLIVAN “Sully” 38 Fairmont Street “A iiiaii of mark,” 33 WILLIAM P. SULLIVAN “Bill” 11!) Webster Street " J ' ersiiasion tii)s his tongue whene ' er he talks. " Ilocke.v, I ' eimis. (tier Clnh OAUTMOrTH HENRY J. SWEEDY “Sweetly” 2b Egerton Road “Self- reverence, self-knowledge, self-control. These three lead to sovei ' eign ))ower.” M ' lW KXCl.AXt) COXSKKVA- TORY OF MUSK ' FLORENCE M. TAYLOR (53 Freeman Street " Zealous, yet mode.st. " EVELYN TEEHAN “Evy” 42(5 Massachusetts Avenue " A generous heart, a generous mind. " Kiris ' ( liih. Itasehall H( tSTO.X UX 1 ' FKS IT V DOROTHY M. THOMPSON 62 Harlow Street " Her heart is true as steel. " MERRILL E. TOLMAN “Tolie” 36 Everett Street " A smile for all, a welcome glad, a jovial coaxing way he had. " Koothall, Year Hook Coniiiiltlee. Orchestra. Hasketliall, Dram- atic Chih, Hand KXGIXEEKIXG GEORGE TRAVERSE “Jidge” 42 Cleveland Street " From the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth. " Track, Hasketliall, Class Hasc- hall B( tSTOX UXl VKRSITY LILLIAN J. TREMBLAY “Lil” !) Lancaster Road ' My mind to me a kingdom is. " Klee Clnh, Dramatic Clnh BUY A. XT AXI) STRATTOX JOHN G. TROY “Jack” 39 Jason Street “Wit and humor belong to gen- ius alone. " Track, Hockey, Tennis, Klee Clnh, Dramatic Clnh ALDEN TRULSON 17 Laurel Sti-eet " A wise man never loses any- thing if he has himself.” Cliroiiicle, Dramatic Clnh BOSTOX UXIVERSITY 34 ALBERT TUFTS “Al” 64 Newport Street " A steadfast man of still and serious thought. " RUTH WADDELL 351 Summer Street " A jewel is siiiall but ery precious.” Stnileiit (diincil, Vear Itook t iiinmittee. tJirls’ riiili. (tlee ( lull, llruniatir ( lull, “My Dear,” “(iniiuin,” (hroniele Stall BO.S ' rc )N UN I KRS1T Y JOHN W, WALSH “Sonny” 11 Scituate Street ■ ' Uife is a jest, and all tilings show it.” Kimtball, Basketliall, Vear Hook oni mitlee, “A” riiili HJtOWN UN I VIOUSITV ALICE WANTON “All” 77 Beacon Street " Young in limb and judgment old.” I’eanls, Basketball, Baseball, Itoekey, Draiiiatie Club I ' KOOF JtlOAIUOn KENNETH M. WEIDAW “Ken” 11) Howard Street " t’oetry is the most flattering of diseases.” Baseball, Kootball, Basketball, Draiuatle Club, Stiiileiit Caniieil DA KTM OUTH COUI,K( 1 U BARBARA WHITE “Dinah” 18 Robin Hood Road " With joyous skill her time is Sfient on ail things all ila.v long. " Draiiiatie Club, I ' eiiiiis ROBERT WHITE “Bob” 144 Wildwood Avenue " He left no stone unturned.” ilAUX ' AKD l,AW SCHOOD UO.STIIN UNIVKRSITY. B. A. MARJORIE WILLIAMS “Midge” 80 Madison Avenue " A witty woman is a treasure.” Hoidiej, Basketball, Baseball, (ilee ( lull, Draiiiatie Club, “A” Club, Tenuis SARHUXT ScnOt.lH EDITH WILLWERTH “ Wooly” 10 Albemarle Street “IVrfuul coolne ' s anr] self-pos- sessinii.” ' Pt ' iiiiis LI-:SLKV MARY WORNER 70 Brooks Avenue " If irtue can give ha|ipiness. I need not wish it to you. for it is yours already.” Iloiiiir Bull, Draiiiatie Club, Of- tiee Vssistaiit SKURETARY 35 STASIA WRAGA 75 Broadway 1 stood iimonft them but not of them.” SJOCKIOTAHY ROBERT B. WYMAN “Bruce” 215 Pleasant Street Til be merry and free : I ' ll be ■sad for no one.” Knothiill, Cross Country (.Man- ager), Track. Tennis I ' XIOTEK GENEVA M. ZWICKER 41 Rangely Road ■ Ve know what we are. but we Know not wnat we may be.” Dramatic Clnh, Hockey B. HOWARD COFFIN 141 Wachusett Avenue " Honor lies in hone.st toil. ' Dramatic Clnh HHIOCTIUCAH KAUM .AI.VCHINKUY IN RECOGNITION When we have occasion to wonder if conscientious effort and high achievement have any value other than the personal satisfaction that the knowledge we have done our best can give us, we shall remember Adelaide Pangborn, a member of the Class of 1934, who was granted her diploma under unusual circumstances. When Adelaide was taken ill this winter, she gave up all hope of graduating. At the end of the year, how- ever, the faculty, in recognition of her honor rank throughout her high school career, recommended that she receive her diploma, for, in their opinion, she had “satisfactorily completed the required woik of the course.” And so. though she is not able to attend the exercises, Adelaide graduates with her class this June. 36 A 1 3. ROBERT BELCHER 84 Bartlett Avenue " Slow and steady wins the race.” ELSA BENSON 8 Exeter Street " Witli few words and hish ideahs.” BARBARA ANN BUCK “Buckv” 69 Richfield Road " [jet gentleness thy strong en- forcement be.” Drainatic ( lull UOLAND POWKRS DANIEL CASEY “Dan” 18 Albermarle Street ”1 envy no man who knows more than myself. but llit. them that know less.” Hasketliall HAROLD CLIFFORD 16 Cornell Street " A merry heart goes all day long.” BKNTRKY SCHOOl., ALFRED DiLUZIO 58 Summit Street steadfast man fif still and serious thought.” WILLIAM DOANE “Bill” 35 Anoleton Street " I never dare to write as funny as I can.” RUTH DOLLOFF 1067 Massachusetts Avenue " I ' is virtue makes women ad- mired.” KKPOltTINi: JOHN M. FILLMORE 7 Plymouth Street ” ' l ' he very man for a merry moment. ” |{aii l, Orclicstra, llramatic (lull THELMA GALE “Tim” 146 Summer Street ' ideasant girl with iileasant ways.” IIIOAPTK ' IA.V CARMALITA E. GERACI “Gerry” 316 Park Avenue “Old friends are best.” IdOSLPY SCHOOL JOHN HAMM “Jack” 15 Park Circle ' ■ hiriety is the since of life.” EDMUND HANLON “Pat” 6 Park Street Place " K er. ’ one is the sum of his own works.” MARGARET HEALY “Margie” 15 Varnum Street sunn ' nature wins friend- shiii.” LKSLLY VIRGINIA HOEG “Ginny” 8 Belknap Street “(If fanc.v, reason, irtue, naught can me bereave.” llramatic (lull MARY HOGAN 8 Park Street Place " Miiy e bo just as your- seT as ye like tn see a’body else.’ ' MARIE HOLLAND 33 Linden Street ■‘Her very frowns are fairer far ' I ' lian smiles of otliei maidens are.” SriT »OT. NANCY HORLEY 70 Massachusetts Avenue " . lone.v may pa.v debts, but kindness only can reiiuite kind- ness.” FirHXC CLKUK MILTON HOYT “Min” 60 Cleveland Street ■ ' Ilis work is not ilone for others to mend.” IXSrilANCK ARTHUR D. HUNTER 219 Highland Avenue " S. ' llables go ern the world.” Ntllt ' l ' l 1 L.VS ' I ' KUX 37 HARRY HUNTER “Buddy” 37 Hamlet Street " ' rile art of being able to make a good use of moderate abilities wins esteem.” BUSIXIOSS WILLIAM V. IRWIN “Bill” 18 Ridge Street, Winchester iiiiiet, a blameless mind.” WESTON E. JENKINS “Jenks” 131 Scituate Street " He is well paid who is well satisfied.” HAR ' ILMOCTH LEONARD N. JONES “Red” 82 Orient Avenue " (.iinet and true, a good friend to all.” PATRICE KEANE “Paddy” 10 Jason Court " Cood things come i n small liackages.” Itiiskcliiall (Manager), Hockey, Hascliall EDWARD L. LARCHEZ “Eddie” 145 Wildwood Avenue " . merry heart doeth good like medicine.” itasdiiill, Hasketliall llOS ' l ' UX fXl VlORSn ' Y LILLIAN LEVERONI Kilsythe Road " .Some must follow, some ' om- mand.” ESTHER V. LIVINGSTONE 34 Pierce Street " . ' ' he who sjieaks. sows ; she who keeps silence, reaps.” (Jlee (lull AGNES F. MacIVER “Mac” 109 Scituate Street " The means that heaven yields must be embraced, and not neglected.” .STENOCItARHRR EVELYN MARTELL 153 Medford Street " Wit is the salt of conversa- tion.” RIcc ( lull, llraiuiitic ( lull. Ten- nis ,X( IR ' I ' H FI RLll SF.M l.X.ARY THOMAS c. McDonough “Marc” IG Appleton Street " Sir, your wit ambles well ; it goes easily.” Class Kaseiiall i I. I. T. DOROTHY McGUINESS “Mac” 53 Windsor Street ■ " I ' hought is (ieel er than all words.” ADELLE E. PAGELS “Pat” 134 Newport Street " Blessed are the messengers of cheerfulness. ” STRX()r.a.A.PHKH JAMES J. POWERS 20 Amherst Street " .Slow of movement, (luiek of wit. " MARY F. SRODULSKA 90 Varnum Street " Is she not passing fair? " NANCY B. STANBRIDGE “Nance” 22 Elmore Street " .Si)eeeh is silver ; silence is gulden. " Ilramatlr ( ' lull RONALD MILLIGAN “Red” 7 Forest Street man as true as steel.” ' I ' rark, Class Haskethall. Class, Itasehall, (ilee Cliilt ARTHUR MITCHELL “Mitch” 19 Randolph Street sense of humor is a price- less thing.” r. ' l ' IOK.S I ' Y OK AL. BA.M.Y HILDA MONRO “Scotty” 16 Lanark Road " N’irtue is bold and goodness never fearful. " Itaseliall. Tennis hookkkrpi.no ROBERT K. MOWER “Randy” 106 Hillside Avenue " .A lot of work, a lot of play ' I ' liat’s how ' Itand.v ' fills out his day.” Class llaskelliall. Class Base- liall. Urania tie CInli JOHN M. MULCAHY 145 Franklin Street " So genteel and eas.y. " EDGAR MURPHY 39 Amsden Road " .A man more kindly in his careless way.” T raek GERTRUDE MURPHY “Gert” 73 Allen Street " Smooth runs the waters where the brook is deep. " OFFIOR WORK LILLIAN L. OUSBACK “Lil” 26 Magnolia Street " The mildest manner and the gentlest heart,” MARK QUINN 10 Hohbs Court and meek was he.” FLORENCE A. RADOS “Flio” 16 Perth Road " A faultless body and a blame- less mind.” Ilrainatlr CInli. RIee ( lull I ' R KSP. YT lOR I X ] 1 OS P I T.A 1 . SOIIOOR OF .NFRSKS, X. Y. OLIVE RAWLINGS “Ollie” 8 Newport Street " We meet thee like a pleasant thought when such are wanted. " Ten II is BUSt.XRSS GWLADYS B. SHAE “Buddy” Lockelanu Court " Your heart ' s desire be with you. " Rlee (lull (President). Tennis, Oreliestra, Volley Hall. lira in- atie ( lull, Haskethall K. SKKK .IR. OOKKRCR ROBERT SHAW “Bob” 64 Foster Street " Who well lives, long lives, for this age of ours, should not be numbered by years, days, and hours.” reiinis oXFOltO roLRKOK EDGAR SOMMERS “Ed” 59 Blossom Street " Tho ' modest and retired, he rules his own mind.” •NORTH R-ASTRRX 38 FRANCIS TALTY “Doc” 1027 Massachusetts Avenue “As a wit, if not first, in the very first line.” Ilraniatie (lull WILLIAM K. TEE 26 Temple Street " By the work done, one knows the workman.” Hand, Rlee ( ' lull, Ilramutie Cluh HARVARD DOROTHEA TUCKER “Dot” 49 Churchill Avenue " I envy none, I none disdain. " VICTORIA VIOLA “Vickie” 133 Waverly Street " She dwelt among the untrod- den ways.” ISABEL WATT “Izzy” 21 Daniels Street " .Sei-ure in the hearts of her friends.” Ilraniatie ( ' lull. Tennis ART SCHOtAI. ALBERT WAX “Ai” 156 Palmer Street " Worth makes the man.” Ilraniatie ( lull, Rolf, Honor Roll •NORTH KASTKRX RAW SCHOOL JOHN B. WIGGINS “Farmer” 1447 Massachusetts Avenue " Rich with the spoils of na- ture ” H.ARVARD CtlLI.KOK Lo 1i«--eci wcyld 9 ' j — — r- -i= = WH l¥ l " vis-iori? 1o irwVen ve ' « ' " j befcnr Hc « um a y )tuli, Ji i» ceuro k i»r 3 less, its t ue -fov t ie ’i Vi1 HaA jreei tiruUif ' ife sarl ],ff jinitti sVval k»la e -foTtk 3 j our ud? i-Vn- j -f .:- S: t a -© 4 i r¥ ■feacViiY us Vienr our sde lo mre1 si rife We are - ' joulVI V(2i sn? Spfiif IP Wpp sp»pWa -H .1 iJ-W-tTfl ♦« " ' ti 4 ‘I " f Year Book Coiiiiiiitteos Edita r-in- Chief Ruth Ellis LITERARY COMMITTEE Literary Editor Sahah Erances Patterson Literary Staff I’aul Gariepy Barbara Hanson Adelaide Pangborn Elmae McManus Ruth Phinney Rutei Salter A DVERTISING COMMITTEE Business Manager Donald Bolth Business Staff Theodore Eoster Edward Kingman Christopher Nolan Gordon Platine Ruth Waddell John Stiff M ' illiam Sullivan Pictures Virginia Nasman Sports Editors Eric Alexie Catherine O’Donnell John Walsh 40 A 1 3 Tlio History of tlio Class of 1934 I In vekv modest passages) ' I ' liree short years ago. this school l)ecaaie graced with the most gilted class thai has ever entered the |)ortals of our alma mater. Our search in the realm of arts and letters has heen more than praiseworthy, having produced many promising men ol letters and especially promising men ol arts, while those of us who turned our atten- tions along the lines of physical ahility and development have found no less satis- factory results. When we first entered Arlington High as s( phomores, the u|)]jerclassmen and faeultv were overwhelmed hy the profundity of our sophistication. I’lie thirty or forty odd rooms, the two hundreil and fifty oild hull ing seniors, and the forty or fifty extremelv odd teachers (humor), imjnessed us not a hit -hut what an imjjression we made t)ii them! I’roin the Christmas vacation on, our minds became more and more hrilliant until we became almost abnormal. riie sophonnjre class did not need to organize, but several of its members had the organizing spirit and immediately formed two new cluhs, the Stamp Clidj and the Science Club. About Cdiristmas time we were also greeted with a revanij)ed and newly constructed paper, jjul)lished bi-weekly in school, namely the Chronicle. Since the days of the hapless Clarion, never has such a group of journalists been collected in one class. It was our class that constituted the backbone of the Chronicle and made it the success that it is now (more humor). Then came a pleasant surprise to the indoor track squad in the form of a newly acajuired board track — and where would the track have been if we had not sliovelled all that snow-? And right after this came the opening of the new building, on February 4, which put a stop to those jjainful afternoon sessions 1(U the commercial students. In hasehall came the answer to a coach’s prayer, “Ken” Weidaw, di.scovered hy our new and well-liked foothall and baseball mentor from Deering. Maine, Mr. Ostergren. That spring, the music department pul on an excellent show, The Mikado, and the Dramatic ( ' .lub had its first taste of the future Fdwin liooth, Emery Batlis, in Janice Meredith, a charming and excellentl) jjrotluced l lay. Then in May came the only sad part in the history of a colorful class. John ogel, Gino Santoliquido and David Heinrich, three promising members of the orchestra and hand, were drowned in .Spy Pond. — Let us pause here for a moment so that we may never forget and always cherish the memory of these three classmates of ours; real fellows of the finest character and citizens of whom Arlington would have heen proud. At the end of June came that first big gap over which most of us safely leaped, hollowing this came a welcome jjeriod of vacation. As we stoj) to think it over, it i.s surprising to see how little that first summer changed us — how little different a junior is from a sophomore and how both should be classed together, a type incapable of normal reasoning and lacking in any good .sense; and yet we returned as juniors in a surprising state of advancement. With the advent of the junior year, we blossome d lorth in a kind of “unique” sophistication which must have been very trying to our teachers and iid ' erior associates, lint in spite of this, it was our class that was maitdy 41 respunsihle for Jx ' ating that strong Fitchl)urg team in football, 32 — 0. Remembei that, and the jubilant parade that followed? And wasn ' t it our hoys who hung up those records in the state meet that winter? About this time our junior class orgaidzed, niaiidy for the purpose of holding a junior Prom, with bashful, curlydiaired “Bob” Hooker as president. A committee was cbosen and ])lans were made for an elaborate dance. Then it was presented to the class “to put across,” and those who had made the most noise in favor of the dance, were the first ones to turn tail and run when it was lirought to them for ac- ceptance. Consequently, the Prom “fell through,” but at least it fell through as nothing had ever fallen through before. In the meantime, the Dramatic Club was bettering its good name with an excep- tionally line performance of (jiiunpy and was sent to a INew England contest at iVIanchester, New IIam|)shire, with the ])lay Highness, after having won the Massachu- setts contest in Boston. On the same day as the Manchester contest, Arlington played host to some forty schools of Massachusetts in a Band and Orchestra Festival which was a gala and memorable affair, ending the events of our junior year at high school. Then followed one of the most remarkable and complete changes in the meta- morphosis of a human being. After the majority of us had successfully crossed the second, wider gap, an overnight change took jjlace in the lucky ones who had just w(jn the distinctive title of “senior.” No longer do they deem it advisable even to glance at a soph or to speak to a junior. The frivolous gaieties of high school life are kept for the exclusive company of seniors, and even the trace of a smile or other than serious exj)iession must not aj)pear on the face of an upperclassman in the presence of a so|)h or junior. The senioi ' becomes the very model of poise, sophis- tication, and perfection. The rule of the seniors, so much desj)ised and ridiculed by us, is at last in our jjossession — is our very own. Tbe first tbunderbolt in our c ' areer as seniors struck us when we learned that our football team, defeated only once the previous year, had dropped from the Mystic Valley League with which it hacl lieen affiliated for many years. The result of this action ])roved most satisfactory because as a free lance, we took on much harder teams and proceeded to beat them with almost as much ease as we had won the Mystic Valley (ihampionship the year before. Losing only one game, and that a “hearthreaker” to Litchhurg, the team tied a strong Vledford eleven and won the other eight games. In basketball, one of our former captains, “Bill” Lowder, re- turned to coach the team through a fairly successful season. All through this history, 1 have neglected to mention girls ' athletics, hut please don ' t think that the girls of the field hockey, basketliall and baseball teams haven ' t been as successfid in their leagues as the boys. They have, their |)rowess has taken them far in their respective fields. The senior class then became organized and Christopher Nolan was elected pres- ident, with Janet Blanchard, vice-president; Phyllis Nelson, secretary, and James (J’Neil, treasurer. Soon after the organization of the class, the officers were con- fronted with the problem of a school dance, sponsored by the senior class. Again, when it came dowm to cobl facts of dollars and cents, the proposed dance met the same fate as its unfortunate juedecessor, the .lunior Prom. The Dramatic Club capped its career with a dazzling success in Shakespeare’s immortal comedy. The Mercharil of Venice. Emery Battis’ true genius was shown as Shylock, even better than as Grumpy in the previous year. The production is without doubt tbe best yet atteni|)ted by the club, and its praises will be sung for many years 42 to come, riie cliil) ajiaiii enjoyed the honor of winning the contest in Boston will ' Biiitho, the Pirate, and of l eing sent to South Portland, Maine, for the i ew Kngland competition, d he music department produced tlie Pirates of Penzance with great success, d he leatling role was sung hy one of our foremost long distance runners, “Spike” (h ' onin, v ho was found to have a heautiful tenor voice. Came Friday the ddiirteenth, when five |)layful anrl popular seniors hung a pirate flag on the cupola of the nev Imilding, causing a great deal of excitement, hut not a hit of damage. Well, so ends the historv ol another class of Arlington High School. Without (piestion the most illustrious, the one which we all know is the hest and one in which many strong friendships have heen made that mean more than all the wealth in the world. We send our ( lass herald to announce to the wor Id that we — class of 1934 -- are coming! As we part to compier the world, each carrying away happy memories of the past, it’s — d on to the left and I to the right. For the ways of men must sever — And it well may he for a day and a night, • And it well may he forever. But whether we meet or whether we |)art I f’or our ways are j)ast our knowingl, ■A pledge Iron) the heart to its fellow heart On the ways we all are going! Here’s luck! For we know not where we are going. 43 A 1 3 , Claris Oration lNSTON BuU.ARD I can not tell you just how al)suifl aiul ridiculous it seems to me to stand here before you to speak to you. While 1 apjjreciate the honor you have bestowed on me in electing me your (nator, 1 should like you to realize that 1 really have nothing to say to you, simply because there is nothing I can say. 1 am a senior just as most of you are. 1 know nothing of the real problems that will face us when we leave school, for my experience has been limited to school. What 1 have to say to you is simply my conception of what all of you must realize. Another Senior Class is about to leave Arlington High School. It is with a feel- ing of gratitude to the town (rf Arlington that the class of 1934 leaves this schor)l. When we realize that over twent -two thousand six hundred schools in the Lnited States have been closed and that live hundred thousand pupils have not been able to attend school this year, we may well be grateful to Arlington that we have not been denied any schooling. When we leave school, we shall go out into a changing world, a world that has been strained and racked by an economic depression, the worst it has known. There is every reason to believe that we aie slowly but siireU recovering from this econonric crisis and that we may safely hope to earn a living next year. There is not one of us who has not felt the depression in some form or other; most of us have suffered from it. It has not been a pleasant exj)erience, but because of it we have not a false sense, rather a truer sense of values. We are not handicapped by the thought that the world owes us a living. In school we have studied the causes of depression, thus we can at least see that we are not among those who will cause another. d he youth of America must not be blinded by the economic crisis we are still suffering from. We must realize that on us depends whether or not the United States shall continue to be a land of opj)ortunity and democracy. Problems face us which have faced no other generation since Revolutionary times. Throughout the world “Democracy is on trial.” No longer can America say to the rest of the world, “4 ou settle your troubles and we will settle (jurs.” We have reached the point where we must take up the problem of living with other nations and peoples, and face it and solve it with the rest of the world. America has stood for Democracy, pure and simple, and yet within our great democracy is a race, the colored race, wdiore birth is nearly twice as great as ours, aiid which seems to have no real place in our social or economic systems. W ' e are faced with the i)roblems of capital and labor. Whether a man who has capital should wax rich from the toil and sweat of his economical!) |)oorer brethren. The most pressing problem facing us, aside from recovery, is crime, d he percentage of organized crime in the United States is larger than in any (jlher country. While much jrrogress is being made in eliminating crime, we must realize that soon we shall have to face this jnoblem, not as youths, but as men and women, the leaders of our country. We shall have to face it frankly and fearlessly, realizing its real seriousness and terriblenes.s, but not making the problem larger than it really is. If every one of us will take interest to see that our town and citv governments are wholesome and trustworthy, we shall be able to eliminate crime. 44 A 1 3 . If c cry one of ns will lake the interest to think deej)ly and act wisely w’o may he assured that our children shall not have to face this prohleni. I have enumerated just a few of the prohlems which face the youth of America, riiese prohlems can he solved oidv l)y clear thinking and right action. They ca n nut he solved hy a few. hut all must take up the j)rohlem of making America a heller place in which to live. We must realize that to he a ha})|)y, industrious jreople none of us can live unto himself, hut all must work for the common good. We all have faith enough in America to believe that she can ride onl any storm, Init faith is not enough. W ' e must have the will and courage to face the storms fearlessly. Oidy hy strong character can we do this. We are still youths, still in the age of Iniilding, so let us continue to build oui characters on the foundation that has been laid in school. Here we have had opi or- lunily to prepare ourselves to face the prohlems of life. The athletic field has tauglu us initiative, to u.se our minds at just the right moment, and to w in or lose with grace. ■Many extra curricula activities s uch as orchestra. Glee Cluli, and Dramatic Clul have taught us to work with others. Our contact with other students has, probably uncon- sciously, broadened our minds and emotions. W e have learned to distinguish good from evil. j ow that we are entering life, we shall have a chance to use this knowl- edge. Let us distinguish lietween good aiul e il, and let us do always what our conscience tells us is right. Let us face life fearlessly and let us live life rightly, not only for our own sakes, hut for the sake of the generations to come, and for the sake of our great nation. To quote Longfellow, “Let IIS, then, he up and doing. If ith a heart for any fate, SliH. achieving, still pursuing. Learn to labor and to wait.” 45 1, I ]leanor Irannon; 2, Marguerite an l l lean »r lOa er ; 2. ' irf?inia Xasmaii ; 4, Itita Doherty; Mar ' l ' orhes ; ( , front row: Meredith J’ r wii, Merrill ( ' ook : baek row; ' irj?inia Nasmau. Harhara t’ue, Russell SuUi an : 7, D »is ’raig and guess who? ; S, ( " hristc pher Nolan ; I , Ruth Kllis 46 Row 1 — Ruth Waddell, Ijois Rantz, Rinily Hughes, l ' reel ' Buehanon, Richard Fowler (I’re.s.), Mr.s. Moffatt, .Janet Blanchard, Naomi Alcott Row 2 — Laurin I’hinney, Christopher N ' olan, Laurence r ri.scoll, Carl Barron, (leo. Coburn, Wm. Butler, Robert Kelley Row o — Jos. jUiern, Howard Atwood. Cordon Thomson, .1, Buckley, Cordon Anderson, Milton Kdward Kingman Tlio Stiifloiit Council The Student Council lias completed another successful year. Phe council was I ' omjtosed of one 1 . G., t en seniors, six juniors, and four sophomores, electetl hy their resjtective classes at the heginning of the school year. During the year, the council has had many interesting meetings. The filing hetween classes was kept in order hy oflicers assigned to various }iositions. Parlia- mentary Law was studied to some extent. An Honor Study Room system was es- tablished for the first time in the history of the school. Rejiresentatives to the Annual .Student Council Convention held this year in Springfield High School of Coinmerce under the direction of the Springfield Technical High School, included Richard Fowler and Christojiher Nolan. OFFICKItS President — Richard Fowler I ice-President — Creeley Buchanan Secretary — Emily Hughes 47 How 1 — G. Zwicker, II. Fowler. K. Blaisdale, Jlr.s. Mathews, K. Battis, S. F. Patterson Itow 2 — M. Mathews, F. Battis, P. Gariepy, A. Smith, R. Curry, Wm. Does Arlington High School Dramatic Club riie Dramatic Club, this year consisting of about tliree bundred and fifty mem- bers, put on its first play in February, Shakes]ieare’s “The Merchant of Venice,” in tlie d own Hall. To its dress rehearsal, four hundred students of other high schools were invited. The club entered Booth Tarkington ' s “Bimho, the Pirate” in the Massa- chusetts Secondary School Play Contest at Emerson College of Oratory. A big Hallowe’en party was held in the assemlily hall and gym. It was a cos- tume party. Members of the club put on a parody on “The Merchant of Veidce.” (iames and dancing followed. OFFICERS President — Emery Battis 1st Vice-President — Richard Fowler 2nd V ice-President — Alan Smith Secretary — Sarah Frances Patterson Treasurer and Business Manaf er — Floyd R. Battis, Jr. Assistant Treasurer and Business Manager — Milton Matthews Stage and Scenery Manager Pau Gariepy Assistant Stage and Scenery Manager — Geneva Zwicker Property Manager — Katherine Blasdale Assistant Property Manager — William Does 48 Kow 1 — W. Marvin, U. Waddell, W. I ' urdle, iliss Kra.stin, .1. F. Mulcahy, ' . Kichmnnd, 1’. Mansfield Ilow 2 — 1 . r.ariei)y, A. Wellnr, I’. Kcdley, F. Baker, F. Kingman, F. Kealing, A. Trulson, 10. Alexie, W. Farson Clirouielo I ho Chronicle lias com|)letO(l its lliiifl year as the ollicial oi nan of Arlington Higli. This year the Chronicle was fortunate in luu ing a well-lialanced stalT whieh heafled by Kditor John F. Mnlealiv, Assistant Fditor Ruth F. Waddell, and Business Manager Warren Diirdle, worhed smoothly under the gnidanee of the faeulty advisers. Miss Krastin, Miss Blevins, Mr. Boliinson. and Mr. Aithnr. The paper is printed at the high sehool by Mr. Arthur’s printing elasses. 49 . Row 1 — M. Forbes, R. Sanby, R. Driscoll, D. Peterson, iM. Snydei Jtow 2 — H. Fogg, M, .Mac! iilvray, A. Hughes, Miss l,.awton, D. .Sullierlaml, J. Sullivan Debating ' Club riic i ' ollovving deliales were held: January: lle|)reseiilatives of tlie Foolliall J earn v.s, Dehaling (did), ResoKed: J Hal The Football Letter Men Should Receive Sweaters, February: Against Swani|)seott--Resolved : That The Jury System Should Re Abolished in the Ihiited States, April: Against Norwood- Resolved: That (Capital Punishment Should Be Aliol- ished in the Lhiited States. Club debates on current to|)ies as Installment Buying. The Abolishment of Re- j)ort Cards, et cetera, were held at the hi-monthly elnh meetings. The Club this year admitted girls for the first time. OFFICKKS I resident — Lanrenee Driscoll J ice-P esh en — Lester I’eterson Secretary — Beatrice Sanliy Librarian — Mary Forbes Moderator — Miss Lawton 50 Kow 1 — ( ' j. Aliern. K. Blasdale, Mrs. Moffati, II. Kllis (I’res.), I’. 1 )acey Unw 2 — K. (Jrannon. 1 . ICvans, IL J)olierty. 10. 1 ' rencb Girls’ Cliab Arliii ' jlon Iligli has at last organized a clul) for girls only. On Friday afternoons our “Girls’ Clidi” meets in Room 10 or in the lil)iary, with Mrs. Moffatt, our adviser, and Ruth IMIis, our President. The purpose of this i luh is to hring together the girls of our school to discuss matters of common in- terest and to have a good time. We started our year ' s activities with a si ' ries of meetings, partiv devoted to fascinating discussions and partly to wholesome, active games. Our meetings then took on a more serious nature as we labored earnestly repairing toys and trinkets t( he sent to less privileged peojde in Caney Creek, Ken- tuckv. In .January the girls gave a sup|)er and entertainment at which we all enjoyed ourselves. Our cluh has henefitted hy most interesting outside speakers. Aiiy girl who has been a mendter of the “(iirls’ (duh” will tell of the good times we ' ve had working and |)layitig with Mrs. Moflalt. 51 Lt ' ft to right : ' I ' . I5on li, Movsessian, E. Mcjwes, C. Buchanan Oloo Club s I liis year was a very hiisy one for the glee elults. l lie girls were divided inlo lltree elasses: sophomore, junior, and senior. The elnhs sang at the music assemblies and the State Music Festival. The hoys held several successful parties and were the ehf)rus in the Pirates of Penzance. nO’t S’ GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President — Eldon Moses J ice-President — Charles Movsessian Treasurer — Crecley Buchanan Secretary — Thomas Bondi Lihrarian — Edmund Page 52 A !: f J S. T eft to right: (h Sliae, II. Waddell. K. Sluimway, It. Fo.k SKiMOU (;iRLS ' GLEK CLUIl OFFICEKS Presid eiil — G w I ad ys Sh ae ice-Pi esideut -Rutli Fox Secretary-Treasurer Rutli Waddoll Lihrarlan — Elenuior Sluimway .IIIMOR (ilRLS’ GEEK GEHR OFFICERS Presiiieut — Virginia Gutter ice-FresideiU -Vera Jenkinson Secretary-Treasurer — Natalie Jolmsou Lihrariaii — Cecelia Rohiehaud SOI’IIOMORE (;IRES’ GEEE CEUR. OFFICERS President — Lorraine Miller ice-President- era A ' Felt Secretary-Treasurer — Eleanor Strong Li hr a ri an — Gertrude Miller 63 Oreliostra The Seiiior Class of Arlington High School should he justly proud of our orchestra. The orchestra has played marches at many of the assemhlies and a special smaller orchestra played at several presentations l)y local clubs. The small orchestra with other musical organizations played at a Music Convention held in j Framingham. We took part in the Music Festival and in a joint hand and orchestra !l concert at the Woman’s Cluh. There are about 5.S pieces in our orchestra and it has j access to an extensive and well-chosen lihrary ' . Miss Pierce and Mr. Einzig have 3 cerlaiidy done a marvelous piece of work with the material which they were given. i t 51 A Band WluU a fine siglit it vsas to see oiii Itaml in l)tight reel and gray come marcliing across tlie field to do their part in keeping Arlington’s colors high! Onr 15 piece hand under the capable direction of Hassler Kinzig sjjent many honis |nacticing marching to amaze our loyal rooters at all the football games, both at home and away. ( Kven away up in f itchhnrgl. The hand entertained the American Legion at their Fehruary celelnation. They also made an appearance at the Music Festival and the Woman’s CJuh (’.oncert. I’hese latei concerts ditl not dim the glory of the football season. Enthusiasts would find their game incomplete, should the Red and Cray hand fail to a|)pear. I eft to right : Pliyllis Edwards, )’h llis Nelson, Audrey Eester, Pureell Lester String ' Quartet | ! The slr inp; (|iiartet eoiiiposed of Pliyllis Edwards — 1st. violin, Ph llis Nelson — 2nd. iolin, Purcel Lester — Viola, anti Audrey Lester, ’cello, has been organized for two years. They have played for Parent-Teachers Associations in the town. They played in the “Merchant of Venice,” and have been asked to play on the graduation |)rograni. Their coach has heen Miss Charlotte Woods of the Junior High Center. I ' Vk Ii one of them has ihortuighly enjoyed the work in the Arlington String Quartet. i I ATHLETICS Uow 1 — I’liylliK Nelson (H.W.), Eilitli I’urrier (IM.), ( ' apt. Margaret Uileigh (( ' .!• ' .), Winifred Marvin (I . l.l, Dorotli.v liol)l)in.s (1...W.) Jlow 2 — Katlierine MeCart.v (Coacli), .lanet lilaneliard (It.H.), .Iiine Owen (Tj.H.), ligr., (ieneva Zwicker (C.H.), Anna Siker (l .F,), Olive .Jackson (U.F.), Ifelen Mct ' arty (O.) Girls’ Fiold Moekrv • Allliough there were only three veterans liack tliis year, the Field Hockey team enjoyed an iindeleated season. It tied for first place with Lexington in the Greater Boston Interscholastic Field Hockey League. Due to the exceptionally fine work of the defence, the girls were scored on only three times. The second team, with much |)i ' omising material, tied for first place with ’inchester. Captain Olive Jackson and hei ' team, under the direction of Miss McCarty, have our hest wishes for theii’ success next year. SCHFDULE Arlington 7; Arlington 2; Arlington 2; Arlington 1 ; Malden 1 . Winchester f .Stoneham 0. W ' inthro)) 0. Arlington f; Wellesley 0. Arlington 2; Swain|)scott 1. Arlington f; Belmont 0. LETTER GIRLS Ciipniin Miirgiii ' ct Hilcigli iilitiiiii- l irci Olhi ' .lacksiin Miimigi ' i ' .III III ' 0 M ' ii I’lolis Ni ' Ison Kdilli I’linirr lli ' li ' ii Mi ' I ' iirtv .iiiiict Kill ii(‘h:i I ' li M II r.iorii ' tVillijiiiis (icinMii ZwickiT W iiiilicii tliin iii lliii ' othi Kiililiiiis 5‘J A 1 3 . I emiin How 1 — Margaret O ' Sullivan, Castine Swanson, Helen McCarty (Capt.), Katlierine Hart (Capt.- elect), Anna Dickson Itow 2 — Jtiss McCarty (Coacli), lOthel Jolinscm, Barbara Riinbacli, ilarjorie Williams, Barbar.i Coghlan, Patrice Keane (JIan.) Girls’ Basketball SCHEDULE Al l ill " ton . 1 1 ; Arlinofton ol : Arlinirton 17; Arlington 21; Alumnae 20. Cainhriflge Latin Belmont 12. W inchester l(). Arlington 17; Malden 19. Arlington 31; Melrose 12. Arlington 32; Aledford 12. Arlington 36; Boiive 1 1. Although tteakened considerahly hy injuries, the team was quite successful this tear. Ihev lost only one g;une, and that was a closely-contested one, at Malden. Katherine Hart, star forward, has heen eh ' cted Captain. Aliss McCarty will hate many teterans next tear, and tve hope that her team will enjoy a successful season. GO How 1 — H. Oott, A, Hawkes, J. McI ' ermoU, .1. Prout, .1. Brackett. A. Knapp, tt. Steele How 2 — F. Ale.ssi, H. Hriscoll, IM. (liaciuinto, .J. Codfrey, .1. Hoffman, W. Does, W. Bullard How .I — F. PHen. H. (larfield, ' r. Foster, E. (Iraf (( ' apt.), T. MacFarland, W. Hall. K. Hanlon How 4 — Wm. Mct ' arty (( ' oach). H. Burns, H. (Iraf, Hammond, A. Bane, .1, O’Hiley, J. Ryan, P. Kelley, J. M. Mulcahy, R. Wyman Indoiir Track Althoiigli the track team failed to win the State Meet, it had a fairly succcssfid season. Captain Eugene (iraf broke the Class B high jump record with a leap of five feet, eleven and one-quaiter inches. Idle team won two dual meets and lost three, d he two victories were over Everett and Medford, two of the strongest track teams in the state. Almost all of the men will lie lost through graduation. 01 A 1 3 Uow ' 1 — James I’rout, Ijester Gott, Albert Hawkes, Theodore Foster (Capt.), Edward Hanlon, Wilbur Hall, John M. Miilcahy Uow 2 — Coach Wm. McCarty, Francis Alessi, Eawrence Driscoll, Winston Bullard, George Godfrey, Itobert Wyman Cross Country Doc McCarty’s “Red and Gray Hill and Dalers” had a successful season, win- ning three games, losing three, and tying one. The tie score was with Beverly High on the two-and-one-half mile Beverly course, which ended with a score of 27 2 to 27 Vl . This score is a very unique one; the last A. H. S. Cross Country team to have Iteen in a tie race was some twenty years ago. Congratulations to Doc and his hoys for having stich a successful season! Cilhur Hall did some hrilliant running, not losing a race all season. We are proud t)f him for this record. Other lioys who helped A. 11. S. were “Teddy” Foster, Captain, “Red” Hanlon, “Spike” Cronin, “Al” Hawkes, James Mulgrew, and John Mulcahy. SCHEDULE Arlington: 26; Beverly 30. Winchester 2.5; Arlington 30. Quincy 27; Arlington 20. Wakefield 20; Arlington 35. Arlington 22; Tufts 23. Arlington 15; Andover 60. 62 wmmM Row 1 — H. Skiers, K. .Jones, C. Clarke (Cai)t.), K. Weidaw, I’. (I’Mrien Row 2 — Clias. Rowder, B. Madden, B. Cue, W. Shields Boys’ Basketball “Bill” Lowder, a famous Red and Gray star, took over the eoaching reins tliis year. Bill faced the tremendous handicap of having hut one veteran jdayer. Al- though the team won six games and lost eight, the season was a success. Our efficient physical director, Mr. Downs, was successful in ohiaining the new hall for our hasket- hall court, now one of the best in the state, d he tireless work of our ' outhful coach, together with the hrilliant playing of Gajitain “Bind” Clarke and a determined st|uad. contrifuited to the line showing made h the team. LETTER MEN Cajitain “Bind” Clarke, Captain-Elect (iharles Lowder, “Bat” O ' Brien, Idu 1 Jones, “Billy” Shields, “Bart” Madden, " Ken” Weidaw, and “Hcrh” Siders. 63 Kow 1 — K. Oovoni, J. Barnie, J. Cartullo, A. Spina ,K. Weiclaw (Capt.), F. Casassa, H. Hunter, A. Terriero, R. Crayton Kow 2 — Mr. Ostergren (Coach), C. Forentano, F. Madden, I’reston, (J. Clarke, J. Sweeney, () ' Brien, W. Donovan, II. Fogg Bsii oball Tills year’s team lias the makings of one of tlie best teams in the state. At present, it lias won three games and lost one. Joe Sweeney and Ken Weidaw are the leading pitchers, Sweeney having two victories to his cretlit and a record of 25 strikeouts in the two games. The heaviest hitter is Bind Clarke, with a batting average of .600. The team is coached by Fred Ostergren and captained by Ken Weidaw. THE SCHEDULE April 21 at Malden May 19 Melrose 25 at Wakefield 2.3 Wakefield 28 at Somerville 25 at Brookline May 2 H. S. of Commerce 29 Fitchburg 5 Brookline .) line 2 Open 9 at Melrose 7 at Belmont 12 Cambridge Latin 9 Medford 16 at Rindge 64 I Kuw 1 — Ij. Kellman, S. Fellinan, M. ( ' .Sullivan, H. Hf ' ins How 2 — K. .I(jhiison, A. I icks(jn, ( ’. O ' Doiiiiell (Caiit. ), K. Oorell, A. Siker Kfiw :i — Jliss .Mck ' arty (( ' oach). ( ). Jat-kson, Swaiusoii, F. Kiley, F. Teehan Girls’ Basoball The hasehall season not liaving started as tlie ear Book goes to press, we have no list of letter girls. There are eight veterans returning from last year and mueh promising sophomore material. Betty Riley, a veteran, and Linnea f ' ellman, a so])ho- more, seem the most likely ehoiees for |)itehers. The remainder of the team will he cho- sen from Margaret O ' Sullivan, Catherine O ' Donnell, Sonya Fellman, Marjorie Wil- liams. A?ina Dickson, hdeanor Corel 1. Castine Swanson, Harriet Bevins, Ethel John- son, Olive Jackson, and Ann Siker. Miss MeCart believes that she has the material for a strong team. Manager Evelvn Teehan has ai ranged the following sehedide: May- 4 — Wellesley May 28 — At Wellesley May 1 1 — Concord June 1 — Cambridge May 18 — At Candiridge Latin June 6 — Vinchester Mav 25 — At Melrose 65 Row 1 — M. Eager. B, Coghlan, .1. Blanchard (Caid.), E. Higgin. ;, U, Morris Row 2 — E. Grannon, P. Gray, K. Hart, E. liennen, G. Ahern, Miss Crosby (Coach) Girls’ Tenuis As the ear liook goes to press the tennis season lias not started, but the girls are jiraetieing faithfully in anticipation of several hard matches. Captain Janet Blanchard, Betty ffiggins, Barbara Coghlan, and Dorothea Evans should form the nucleus of a strong team. The rest of the team will he chosen from Katherine Hart, Edna Dennen, Rita Morris, Gertrude Ahern, Priscilla Gray, and Marguerite Eager. Miss Crosby will, as usual, coach the team. Manager Eleanor Grannon has arranged the following schedule. May 7 — At Belmont May 1 1 Medford May 14 — Winthrop May 16 — Malden May 22 — Melrose May 25 — Lexington May 31 — At Quincy June 1 — At Winchester 66 Row 1 — E. Kingnian, .T. Ahern. W. Sullivan, J. T’roy, (}. Cannell liow 2 — J. Higgins, P. Kelley, W. J ezanson, M. Tolman. F. Blaser, G. Carens i5oys’ Toiiiiis Although the loss of Joe Higgins, who graduated last year is greatly felt, the tennis team is due to have a victorious season. The team has not yet competed against any other school, hut will open with a match with Malden. J he captain is Bill Sullivan and the coach Joe Higgins. THE SCHEDULE 4 Malden May 23 Melrose 9 at Everett 29 Eitchhu rg 11 at Eitchhurg June 1 Everett f6 at Newton 6 Boston College High 18 Brookline O O Quincy 67 Who’s Who Boy Girl liet t All-round Christopher Aolau Janet Blanchard Most Popular Christopher Nolan Plullis Nelson Bf ' sl Actor Linery Battis Geneva Zwicker Most Musical Alan Smith Phvllis Edwards Most Intellectual Purcell Lester Sarah Frances Patterson Most Athletic Alfred Lane Helen McCarty Most Likely to Succeed Ralph Myerson Dorothea Evans M ittiest Wilhert Larson Elaine Down Best Dancer Russell (iurry Virginia Doughty d’allest Eugene Craf Marjorie Williams Shortest I ' Aancis Driscoll Patrice Keane Most Attractive Gordon Clarke Virginia Doughty Best Dressed William Sullivan Edith Purrier Best Orator W inston Bn Hard Sarah Frances Patterson Most Businesslike Donald Booth Ruth Ellis Most Bashful Robert Kelly Edith Hicks Most Talkative Eric Alexie Katherine Blasdale Most Artistic James Carney Victoria Stearns 68 A 1 3 I 1 1, Janet Blanchard ; 2, Elniae JIacJIanns : J, Jtuth Stnckdale ; 4, Betty liiley ; 5, Edward Higgins; (i, Ualph Meyersnn ; 7, Purcell I.ester ; S, left to right: S. F. I ' attersoii, May Gavin, Virgini.i Iionghty, Dorotliea Evans, Elaine ] own, Virginia ( ' utter; ( leneva Zwicker ; 10, Catherine G9 FINIS 0 the c duertisers U V art- liapjiy Ut hike lliis opiHPrIniiity to thank (tnr adrertisf ' i s for thoir holp in making this 1931 Year Hook a sneress. Ihey hare sti pporteil ns — rr shall support them. -c]miiiiiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiiic]iiiiiiiiiiiiC]iiiiniiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiiic]imiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiMiii[:iiiiC]imiiiiiiiK]iiiiiiiiiiiiC]iiiiiiiiiiiic]iiiiiiiiiiii[]ii!iiiiiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiii[ £iC]iiiiiiiMm[]iiiiimiiiic]miiiiiiiii[jiiiiimiiii[]iiiiiiiiimc]iiiMiiiiiiiniiiimiiiii[]iiiic]iiiiiiiiiiiiNiMiiiiiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiiiNimiiiiiiii[]iiiiiiiiiiiic]Niiiiiiiiii[}iiMiiiiimi hese c drertisements s()Ii( ' iU‘(! I)) llir iollowing ol llic Class ol 1931: 1 I lll ' udoK ' I ' dtshT 5 lalwaid Kingman I Clirislui)liei ' olan = Indk ' atuH outslaudiiig work. 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It is in this “loii» run” Photofiraphy that PURDY sueeess has been won. Portraiture hy the eamera that one eannot laii li at or ery over in later years. For present pleasure and future pride proteet your photographie self hy having PURDY make the portraits. 160 trp:mont street, boston ( )FF1C ' I AL FH( )T( )( iHAPHER ARLIXOTOX HR;H SCHOOL, CI.ASS OF 1934 Special Discininl Rales to all Sliulenis of A. H. S. Firestone William F. McClellan €OLOI lAL GARAGE .Attorney and Counsellor at Law 74,‘5 Massaeliusetts Avenue Exide 965 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington Phone 3220 Tel. Arlington 2101 L. BROOKS SAVILL FUNERAL DIRECTOR 418 MASS. AVE. ARLINGTON MASS. 1634- NA.TIOM U CASK-EXS BEACON JEWELRY CO. WATCH, CLOCK, and JEWELRY REPAIRING 166 !V1 ass. Ave. .Arlington Center Tel. Arlington 5592 Let ' s Go To The COMPLIMENTS OF Regent Theatre LE BAROA’S Electrical Shop Arlington 1197 600 IMassaehusetts Avenue ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW FRIGIDAIRE Dp:ALt;R AT THE REGENT .Arliiifjton Phone 0222 Stanley P. Miller WATCHMAKER ami JEWELER 160 M ass. Ave. .Arliiiffton PIERCE Every Boy and Girl . . . Dreams of owiiiii " that ear of their own. No oilier iiifl could he so welcome at this time of C radiiatioii. CHA§. B. PERHAM In rorporated 29. Hroadway, Arliiifiton, Mass. It ff 1 o ti ’ s FARMER RROS. DRESI SHOP Expert Painters and Paperhangers LADIES’ A P P A R E E L O W E S T PRICES 201 Mass. Avenue, Arliiif ;ton .3. 80 On Inside and Outside Painting 125 Prattle Lane, Arlington 1019 M PHONE ARLINGTON 4961 Fluherty s For ) oar Druf! Wants imUG STORE, liie. BPOCTBROFF S Chas. S. Panosian, Refj. Ph., Prop. P It a r III u c y 1 01.3 MASSACHLSETTS AVE. The RKXALL Store Corner Prattle St. ARLINGTON, MASS. 1062 Mass. Ave. (]or. School St. Arlington, Mass. Call All. I8f0— 1811 Poor Richard Says 4 PK[ I y SAl Kl) IS J rf; V Vl EARNEir W hen you are vvorkinj; this summer, don’t spend :dl yon make as fast as you fjet it. Deposit a definite sum eaeh moiitli and vvateh your earniiif :s grow. 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