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Page 52 text:
First row: Jessie Kindel. Marilyn Gamble, Bill Busch, Renzo Retelli, Dolores Van Horn
Mary Ellen NVeiyzle, Louise Fox, Roma ne Ilanes. Second row: Beverly Smith, Barbara
Loper, Camilla Cook, Mrs. Yonkman. Ban Farrant, Mar Ellen Brown, Charles Travis
XK'illiam llyland. Third row: Charlotte Hickman, Joan Shamberlin, lrma Pray, Marilyn
Jervis, Sheryl Barman, Barbara Haynes, Sheila Mulvihill, Carol Yinkemulder, Bob Mcl.augh
lin, Phyllis Vos, ,lack Busch, Carolyn XYade, Jack Delaney, Jim Staples, Bob Payette, Bob
Black, Reed Badgley, joan Perry,
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The '4Flintlock . in addition to being the vital
organ for distributing news around school. has
assumed an important role as the center for exchange
of information among our former students now in
the armed forces. Every issue is mailed to all our
men in service. The following were editors:
Editor-in-Chief ........... Nan Farrant
. Mary Ellen Brown
. . Charles Travis
. William Hyland
Associate Editor .
Business Manager .
Circulation Manager .
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Associate Editor .
. Patricia Haunagan
. . Mary Ruth Richards
. . . . Marilyn llainhle.
Marilyn Cook. .lack Busch
. . . . . Eloise Gingrich
. . . . . . Eleanor Henry
. David Parmelee
. Ellen Mulvihill
. Jerry l.c l-Jonne
. Burton Epstein
Assistant Photogxraphy Editor
Art Editor . . .
School Life Editor .
Urganizations Editor . .
Boys' Sports Editor
Assistant Boys' Sports Editors .
Advertising Manager .
Activities Editors . .
Service Editors . . Ch
C amilla Cook
.lean Meengs Louise For
arlotte Hu kman
Eleanor Henry, Marilyn Cook
Special Features Editor .
Girls' Sports Editor .
Boys' Sports Editor .
Music Editors . .
Society Editors .
Staff Secretary .
Advisor . . .
Reed Badgley Bob Black
Mary Grinnell Barhara loper
Cirls' Sports Editor . . Marilyn Borough
Circulation Manager ......... ,lack Batts
Business Manager .......... Donald Hope
Class Prophecy . . Elizabeth Fuller. Charlotte Hickman
Class Will . . ........., Mary Mayo
Class History . .... Marcia Ames ,lim Mc-Cohh
Staff Typist . . . . . .
Advisor . . . .
Assistant Advisor . . . . . .
Seated: Eleanor llenry, Xllss llill. Mary Ruth Richards, l'at llannagan, Miss Schopbach,
Marilyn Gamble. Standing: ,lack Busch, jack Baits, Don llope, Ellen Mulvihill, Dave
l'ai'nielee, Marcia Ames, Betty Fuller. Mary Mayo, Jerry Le Dunne, Mounie Borough,
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Seated: Sally Grant. Shirley Swaney. Dave liizlslzazn. Allan Varrloe. Hrs. .-Xshley. Second row: Naunette
Fletcher, Robin Nlelieyuolfls. jerry Klulvihill. Charles Averill. G:-rflon llrown, Roger Tinnner. JUIHI
Kenner, Yiruinia lhmler. Ilave Xlcl.aughhn. lfrank Yun Steeuherg. Third row: Iiravton Deane. Chsnlms
The ,lunior High Senate is an ever-busy, ever-
active organization. mainly hecause its function
covers such a variety of cluties and services. The
main purpose of tht- Senate is to he of service to
the school and community. Projects inclucletl super-
vising collection of money for tht- March of Dimes.
gathering Christmas gifts for the vrounclecl veterans
at Percv Jones Hospital in cooperation with the Stu-
clent Council. antl working many hours collecting
and sorting garments tluring the clrive for usecl cloth-
ing for clevastatecl countries. Regular monitors sta-
tionecl at stairwavs ancl hoys posted at the hike racks
to report violations of rules
improvements of East.
contrilvuterl toward the
But all work antl no play makes lack a mlull luoy.
ancl Mary a clull girl. too. so the Senate proviclecl
plenty of social activity for Junior High students.
The young sophisticates. clatl in hlue jeans anrl the
longest shirts available. harl a wonclerful time at
the annual olcl clothes mixer in Xovemlver. forgetting
the cares and responsilrilities of lneing seventh or
eighth graders. Another gay gathering was heltl in
the gym on April lfi. The school tlanee hantl pro-
viclccl the music. and there were refreshments. too,
with a capital H,
Six seventh-gracle representatives antl six eighth-
gratle representatives were seleetefl to the senate in
aclclition to the four officers. Urs. Ashley. the atl-
visor. and Dave Tinkham. president. were lovallv
assisted hy Sally Grant. vice-president: Shirley
Svvaney. secretary: and Allan ljarcloe. treasurer.
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First row: Nancy Murray, Rosemary Roberts, Joan fhaniberlin, Mary lillen lirovvn, ,loan
Rankin, Mrs. Annes. Second row: joan Perry. Nlary lladlry. ,loyee Canipau. Sheila Xlulvihill.
Sally Sluts. Xlary Ilooge, ,loan Cornelius. Third row: Ro-einary Rindge, l'olly Pane, Rose-
mary Ilaering. Ann Porter, Marilyn Brink, Sheryl Barman. Gwen Sugxg.
The Junior Horizon Club met every Wednesday
noon in the grade school art room. Nlany members
served as hospital aides for two hours on one after-
noon each week at lllodgett Hospital or Convalescent
Home. doing such work as carrying trays. reading
to children. filling water glasses. writing letters, and
feeding patients. They added to the joy of Christmas
The Sophomore Horizon Club. which was sponsored
by Mrs. Walker. held meetings every Thursday noon
in the art room of the grade school. The members of
this group serve as hospital aides, performing the
same duties as the Juniors. The girls had a potluck
in the home of Mrs. Walker before they attended
the party given by the student nurses of lilodgett
Hospital for the aides on February 17. They co-
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for a poor family of five and made bibs for the
nursery schools for children of war-workers. The
officers elected were Joan Chamberlin. president:
Joan Rankin. vice-president: Mary Ellen Brown.
secretary: and Rosemary Roberts, treasurer. Mrs.
Robert Ames advised the group.
operated with the older group in sponsoring a dance.
The Heart Throbv. on February ll. the proceeds
from which were given to charity. They also made
bibs for the nurseries. The officers of the Sophomore
Horizon Club were lfomayne Hanes, president: Carol
Battjes. vice-president: Ellen Ruff. secretary: and
Barbara Post. treasurer.
First row: Xlzxrilyn Miller. Marjorie Olds, Carol llattjes, Rornayne Hanes, Barbara l'-f-t.
lfllen Ruff, Mrs. Walker. Second row: ,lean Yan Ste:-nburz. l'ei.zgy llibbaril, Ann XlcColl,
lfloise llatts, -loan Burton, ,lean Lalilaire. Carolyn lYa1le, Sue Currier, Sally Walker, lantllst
Fox. Ann lYitliey. Third row: Virginia Xlnir, Roseniary XYilcox, Nancy ,lv-linstone, lanclsev
Parker, lion-vii fullltls, Suzie SCllllll4ll, listher Skinner. Sue liecbe, l'at Craven.
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