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Page 17 text:
CHARLOTTE ANNE CONRY
15 Auburn Place
June 5, 1936
"You can have it at my house kids." How many
times have we heard this expression in the past three
years? Barley is noted for her warm-hearted generos-
ity, maintaining a home away from home for all.
How many Brookline taxis are equipped with
Barley is better known as our loud-talking poli-
tician. She's a girl that knows a little bit about a
lot of things, and is willing to verbalize whenever
the occasion arises.
The L. A. Park doesn't know how close it came
to being flooded in December of '56 . . . does it
With her outlook on life, we're sure success will
follow her wherever she goes.
"Home Ir Where You Hang Your Heart."
ELIZABETH ANN ADSHEAD
61 Hathaway Road
New Bedford, Massachusetts
November 15, 1934
If we ever needed anything, Beth always had it
on hand. Who among us has not visited Beth's
general store? She has an endless supply of needed
and unneeded articles.
Beth is better known to us as, "Mother Adsheadf'
She is always willing to lend a helping hand, which
has been appreciated by all.
Incidentally Beth, did you ever learn how to jitter-
bug, considering those long eight hour work days?
Beth is one of the few who has managed to survive
the three years without changing her usual habits.
We're glad Beth decided on john-He's her man!!
Gentle, calm and thoughtful best describes our
China doll . . . Beth.
"Dear Hearty and Gentle People"
Page 16 text:
MESSAGE FROM THE CLASS PRESIDENT
May I humbly write this message to those who have taken a part in making
these past three years possible.
Our education has provided the ability!
Our success would seem inevitable!
Now it is our turn. We owe many debts. Let us repay them in the same
spirit in vvhich they were given, with patience and fortitude. And so, let our
successes, be they great or simple, as long as they are clean and God-given,
thunder our thanks to our family, faculty, and friends who have done so much
Page 18 text:
PATRICIA ANN COONEY
938 Main Street
january 19, 1937
"Hey, kids, what should I do?" This was the con-
stant cry around the corridors of Chapin House, day
in and day out.
Will you ever forget Worcester State and the little
place at the end of the avenue, not to mention the
There is never a dull moment when Pat's around.
Her sweet innocence has led her into many a comical
situation where her good humor has come to her
Cooneybug is well informed on the price of plumb-
ing fixtures. We guess if CH. could bear the strain of
our girl, it must be pretty well structured.
Don't forget to send us a postcard if your future
plans for traveling succeed.
. . . "you ain't nothin' but a houndog" . . .
"S0mewl9e1'e Over The Rainbow"
.. , V.:
6 O'I..eary Way
jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
April 16, 1935
Seldom seen without a smile and a good word for
all, Kay is known for her unselfishness and con-
sideration by all her classmates.
Kay is one of the tall girls in our class but you
should see her do the Irish step dance!!! Does it
bring back memories of Worcester State, Kay??
Kay can always be found reclining horizontally,
lost in the magic of some book. No one can beat
her record of being well read.
We'll set aside a day of remembrance and silent
prayer for the many jokes that have passed away en
route from the lips of the one and only Kay Doherty.
No one else seems to possess this quality.
In all sincerity, we wish Kay all the best in her
"When Irirh Eyer Are Smiling"
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