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PAI 'Ll N Ii A X D Rl-IXY
Pauline's "Faculty" was the "hit" of the evening at our class banquet.
But then they were all friends oi' hers and especially Mr. Kearney. Until
this year she was always a demure little girl but as a Senior she got over
this and tyrannized over the poor underclasses as if she enjoyed it. Her
presence always brightens things and perhaps this is why our school dances
of late have been such successes. She is always the center of an admiring
and talkative group of girls who have a desire lor pointers. XYe hope her
success of Normal next year will be great.
LAVVRENCE ARPIN Q A fb
Lawrence commonly known as "Frenchie" is extremely popular with the
girls. He entered Drury with the class of 1911 but ai-ter a year he found that
the faculty could not possibly pull the glorious class of 1912 through without
his help so he resolved to remain. He assisted Mr. Kearney and the class
wonderfully by his helpful QPD remarks in Chemistry. His athletic ability
must be considered as he made a good showing at the triangular meet. lYhen
we look into the future it is hard to picture Lawrence as any thing other than
the captivating hero of a thrilling play because of his rolling eyes and curly
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BESSIE M. MILLER graduated from the high school of Calais, Maine, and later from Bridgewater Normal.
She then went through Boston University. In 1898 and 1899 she taught Latin in Pawtucket, R. I.
and in 1903 she came to Searles High where she took the complete Latin course till 1911. She came to
Drury September 1911, teaching freshman and sophomore Latin.
MORTON A. STURTEVANT graduated at Tufts College in 1899, was successively principal of the grammar
school at Salisbury and the high schools at Stow and Ashfield, and came to North Adams in 1995 to enter
the employ of the Transcript. He remained with that paper, much of the time as city editor, until his
appointment at Drury at mid-year of this year. He teaches English in the business department.
HAROLD SMITH graduated from the High School of Commerce, Boston, in 1911. During summers he
has been engaged in bank and oliice work. He came to Drury in September 1911, and teaches shorthand
and bookkeeping in the commercial department.
ALICE J. THATCHER graduated from Drury in 1911. In September she entered as assistant teacher of
typewriting in the commercial department.
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willb, she can easily t-urn her hand to lecturing
ROBERT BOLAND. "D" 9 A CID
Bob is our model for the latest clothing styles, exhibiting every change of
fashion throughout the year. He has been very active during his four years
with us, taking part in all of the musical and dramatic productions put on
the stage by our school. As he has been pr-ominent in social events and scholar-
ship records so also has he been in athletics, having won his letter this last
year in football. To assure ourselves of his ability as a singer we have only
to look up his record as a member of the "Kid Quartet" in the minstrels of
our Freshman year. His dramatic talents were shown by his excellent pre-
sentation of 'l.7VIfzx Harkafwayn in our class play. Bob has also been very
prominent in fraternity circles. He plans to enter the clothing business
with his father and we know he will succeed there as he has with us.
What's that, an earthquake? No, that is only Aurora entcrt uning in
admiring circle of friends. VVe always know when she is around lor otherwi e
there seems to be a deathlike silence. Next year we shall see Aurora trudging
up Normal Hill, and if she does not succeed at teaching Cthough wc know she
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