Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

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O flaw 'VSU RG ,- L K 0 gf? 5,9- 53 ' xm J 'The 1931 SaxUWage To Uur Parents We Lovingly Dedicate This 1931 Saxifrage. l'a.:,fe eight Foreword INCE Education explains the existence of an institution like the Fitchburg Normal School, we deemed it appropriate to incorporate an Education theme into this l93l Saxifrage. The little lamp of knowledge in the border, and the sketch on each division page symbolize that which is now a part of our very being. We hope that in the future when you glance through this volume to recall me- mories of Fitchburg Normal School, each symbol will help you to. read a deeper meaning into the pages of the 1931 Saxifrage. Contents of the 1931 Saxifrage I CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES HUMOR A DVHRTISING Page len The History of The Normal School In Massachusetts VVhen the Massachusetts Board of lfducation was established in 1838, it immediately turned its attention to the founding of Normal Schools. A sum of ten thousand dollars was furnished by a member of the board, lidmund Dwight of Boston, which was to be used for the purpose of qualifying teachers for our public schools. This amount was furnished, however, on the condition that the Legislature would appropriate a similar sum for the same purpose. This proposition being accepted it was decided by the Board of Education to establish three training schools for teachers. Each of the three was considered as an experiment, and was to cover a period of three years. Until the year 1855, the course of study required was one year, then one and a half years until 1865. At that time it was increased to two years. A four-year course was put into practice in 1869, the last two years being optional. A more recent change is the three year course which was established this year in our own Normal School. The first Normal Schools, or "seminaries for the qualification of teachers," were operated in Lexington and Barre in 1839. The increasing number of pupils at the Lexington Normal School made it necessary to remove the school to VVest Newton in 18-1-f-. The fourteenth annual report of 1850, states as follows: "The house for the Normal School at VVest Newton is situated in such immediate proximity to the VVorcester railroad that the exercises of the school are at all seasons seriously interrupted by the noiseg and during the warmer months of the year, when the windows are required to be opened, the inconvenience and loss of time are very considerable." This being the earliest Normal School in America, the Board wished 'fto erect a building which shall be in all respects, internally and externally, creditable to the State and worthy of the purpose for which it is erected." Framingham was the location selected for this building, the first State Nor- mal School. The VVestfield Normal School is the second oldest in America. On September -1-, 1839, it was established at Barre. The building was orig- inally erected as a town hall. The school was transferred in 18-1--1 to VVest- field and the first formal graduation took place in 1855. There was vigorous competition among the towns of Abington, VVare- ham, Plymouth, Duxbury and Marshfield for the location of the third State Normal School, but it was finally decided to establish it at Bridge- water. The free use of its town hall was granted to the school for three years. A rental of fifty dollars was paid by the school for the next three years. This State Normal School experiment was a great success under the leadership of Nicholas Tillinghast, its first principal. The town of Bridge- water has the honor of having erected in 18-16 the first State Normal School building erected in America. At the time when the Board of lfducation was considering the removal of the West Newton school to some other town-Salem was suggested as a suitable place. The school, as we know, was removed to Framingham, but later on when it was decided to establish other Normal Schools, Salem was chosen as the site for one of them. Un September 14, 185-l, the building was dedicated and opened. Seventy-two students were admitted to the school. Forty-eight of this number graduated. Increasing membership and needs made it necessary, in 1870, to have a new building erected. For this the Legislature appro- priated twenty-five thousand dollars which proved inadequate to meet the demands which were being made upon this type of school at that time. Finally, after many requests, two hundred seventy-five thousand dollars was provided by the Legislature for the erection of a new building. Repre- sentatives of the State and City governments, many former teachers and pupils, and others interested in educational work were present at the dedication, which was held January 26, 1897. A State Normal School was established in VVorcester in 187-1. The condition that this city should pay the Board of Education the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, if an appropriation of sixty thousand dollars was made by the Legislature, was promptly accepted. An interesting fact to be noted is that Dr. G. Stanley Hall's sugges- tion that the study of child psychology might be better followed by orig- inally observing children, was the starting point of a program for this pur- pose which was worked out and adopted as a part of the curriculum in the VVorcester Normal School. ln 189-1, the State Legislature authorized the establishment of four new State Normal Schools. The one at Fitchburg was the first of the four to be established on July 1, 1895. The organizations of our school and those in Lowell, North Adams and Hyannis are due, to a great extent, to the efforts of Joseph G. Edgerly, Superintendent of Schools in Fitchburg at that time, Hon. Arthur H. Lowe, llayor, and other city ofiicials. A petition was presented to the State Board of lfducation sug- gesting that a Normal School be situated in this city. The result was that one was established here, and others in the places named above. The school at North Adams was, as we know, one of the four new Normal Schools to be established under the act of Legislature approved in 189-1-. February 1, 1897, is the date of the entrance of the first class. The gift of a location in North Adams was especially fine, as it pro- vided for noteworthy opportunities for out of door nature study and industry. The county of Barnstable was to be the location of one of the four new State Normal Schools. Hyannis was chosen as the most favorable site, and the school was established in 1897. It has been said that Lowell has always held a place among towns noted for educational advancement. One is not surprised then, that the Legislature gave to this city the honor of having a Normal School estab- lished there. On Gctober -1, 1897, the school was opened to pupils, the dedication exercises taking place June 15, 1898. The building itself, as a model structure of its kind, attracts much attention. By an act passed llflay 16, 1870, the Legislature made instruction in drawing compulsory in the public schools. The need for competent teach- ers was felt greatly. Nlr. VVa1ter Smith, whom the Board employed in 1871 as State Director of Art lfducation, made an inspection of the schools, and advised the establishment of a training school for drawing teachers. An appeal was made to the Legislature, but it was unsuccessful. Finally, means were provided, and the school was opened November ll, 1873, at Boston, lllassachusetts. In 1878, it was moved to a building constructed for its special use. 1930 finds the first State endowed Art School of the country erected at Brookline and Longwood Avenues, Bos- ton. 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O Pilots, friends so true, We owe eternal thanks to you! You've blown the sail of '31! You've steered our ship-at last we 've won! Rigs lwenly-seven OUR FACULTY MR. CHARLES M. HERLIHY Principal "He is the voice of justice, of fairness, of absolute equality among all classes." -- Dr. Elias Copeland. 1711-QF l'7U8Illj'-Mill? l'4zg'e lh flflf Miss Florence D. Conlon You are a source of inspiration to all who work with you. We are indeed grateful for your friendship, your interest, and the whole hearted service you rendered us in editing this 1931 Saxifrage. The Class of 1931. X f MISS FLORENCE D. CONLON 1931 Saxifrage Advisor "Live then, thou great encourager of artsy U Live ever tn our thankful hearts." Dryden Page thirty-one MISS SUSAN M. WILLIAMS Senior Class Advisor Who, not content that former worth stand just, looks forward, per severing to the last." Page !h1'1'l1f-Im: - Wordsworth. 4-5 - 2 K .w MR. ARTHUR C. HARRINGTON Senior Class Advisor "A great man who uetther sought nor shunned greatuessg who fouucl ?7 . glory because glory lay in the great path of duty. Thomas B. Macaulay. Pagz' lhz'rLv-ihree Page fllI'I'0'-ftllll' MISS GERTRUDE E. BRADT Dean of Women "Worth, courage, honor, these 'indeed your sustenance and birthright are." Stedman MR. WILLIS B. ANTHONY Dean of Practical Arts Men "He spoke and into every heart his 'words carried new strength and courage." Homer. Ihige fhirtyfzfe rlv-cz' 1' MR. JOHN L. RANDALL Dean of Junior High School Men "The greatest trust between man and man is the Mwst of g1'z'1'ng counsel." Bacon 1 1 i , N W I A V 1 1 I n : 'E ,- - ,- pf, ffg-A'--:--'LQ hfgiii-A' --ff - , A L-, -- . -V - ' - fr? - A D U4 :4T sg1T l? k A "E: "f .' 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FiFF5fEfw 5' 3' f J1L,uJ JEiPJ.,jJ.1.j H45 lf Ani with 'bl-new aumgto qui ani guxle us,We will str-we 'bo be the Lest 0? aus F EIIEVQFXF IF P FE 'J QE? 93JE4FU54f4' Om- names in enl-less gh-ry we wallwv-:be --WM1 vsdivaee. w have. ,rg Lpijxrljjjxll "3'j',Ld3F5f41W',L3415jYl ' 12 - . woiix So wave Uwe v-el emi wlwkfe, Rv the?-1555 0? H1iY',f' Og' 1ae'EFF+1:1nf1f?1pH Pa ,- KX fi , ,N 1, N 2 i3 Q' -q 3 Z L ll , ,flu 1 1 vc! U li 1 1' ? Xl "rf Y ,QF AP ' f Q A E: N 'Nh 3 avg .N , P M 5 'IIN I ll' ' l l fl 5 ,r Zi 1 TIE , ,il w L 'Qui' N 1 f, V i WILLIAM BRANLEY P 'd t MOLLY ANN BRODERICK V' -P 'd t W GERTRUDE PUHAKKA, Secretary A JOHN O'MALLEY, Treasurer l 'fllqz' -IZJIU'-171141 f'X f'x ' 535 TE I 'Y JERRY ROGER ANGINO , 9 I I, 2 ' II 303 NAHANTON STREET NEYVTON CENTER, MASS. I ., , ',II,I PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE I 7 . - - . I If 5 ' Tlnr grntlf 1111na'1' by gvnilr rlrrds IJ lmofwzzr, ' 3 For a 1111111 by nothing is .fu fwrll brirzlyfd - .41 by hf.r lll1I7l7Il'fJ'.u ' President, Men's Student Government, ,313 ' 3 M. A. A.g Senior Prom Committee, '31. f FELICIA CLARA BABIAZ 240 MONTAUP STREET F,u.l. RAVER, M.-xss. ELEMENTARY coURsE ulfjiJ'fi0lll Jpl'1Il'.f lflllr, bu! fflllf lflllr, fu.'1'll." . X -Biillllfi. I XV. .1 'J rmPt0ry Student Government. , 1 VVUL-2 wk rIjJ V VNMd!!J,w l J - ri J ,. ' KGNES r oN1cK'1s.Ax1zRtA 'I 327 CEDAR STREET NEW BEDFORD, IN .-xss. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE I "But II rnrrrirr girl, lVi1l1i11 Ibn 11111115 of bI'l'0lIIl!lg mirth, I fzrfvrr .rprnl an l1o111".r tulle -w1lb11l." Bridge Club, '29, Glee Ch ' ' Team '31, Orange S eau Doi 't - Student giver If NI , II 1 1 . ' il I i 1 214' E ,I 'E s .1 II 5 T 1 II III In 'II i V IIN? I I I ' I I , I I II I II l -1 I ,: I mfffliy l Illilft' forly- 111 ree i 4 12 - 1 - N 'R E ,A 'A' - " -i.L.e.3' 5'iI1, i 1"'T-Tg-35 -,fi g 'M ilu 3 at 1 If 11 : gage il fl 5 9' ?'5 f "' - 9 9 Q- -.-- . 53 1 5- 'Tw A 4 i" T535-li! 1 id'-1 . 7' -- .f -' Jllllh- is-S1 -255 " 55-' "af -F3 F :fr ri- A-fit -iff" ' 1 N1 'W ' -- - Q -i . -. '42 l. is-,",-23? " Q.-S-?f'f32?5'51j3ii'1Jf bf '-"fl 245 5 'l5 ""m.....,' ..., f""' ,,,,,. , , """2.!i 'q IMZJEHLL 4-..,,..r-W - ,-.- .- -K- - ,,4-4.i.ti. A .. .vt ..-,- I. ,... -.........-. ,.4.. .. . i f----.-- - f -' M- ----M .Q I ,1"i' Q fl 3 A ' .5 H ' gl li 3 iii 3 u 1 ' ll GUINEVERE VICTORIA BAZYDLO fl . ilxlg, ' 9 Gt.ENwooD STREET GARDNER, MAss. 1 ' X il , ,fi i V ELEMENTARY COURSE N lr!! 1, ,ll j "For all that fain' is, is by nature good, if V WH, va ' Thai ix a .fignr to knofw ilu' gentle blood." I ll 7- l f r 'F 1 , -Spcnxcr. 'Nix 1, , . Day Girls' Association, W. A. A. ' cj li ml - f. , ' - WK ONS-J -." yi? 55, nl A ffl l " ' 5,-uv E H ll I I I S ,' J n lx I V s I ,I l- - . i ii 1 3 C :Q - Q A - ' A i H li l 1 ' .. ' lily I I ' A ' i ii i l lt - of .LEN L - B NCHARD X99 , X N, ' 1 , LA'rHRot- , WEST SPRINDFIELD, MAss. 4, . ji il ..gl,f FKA J ion ci-1 c . COURSE ' 'J Il, ' ' Q lllPllJlIl .n fra' lifvr lo hqr mind, l , . li h ' 4 Likr g7rar I ' rlasping .fl1rII, W 1 f E W gr' cr iftlarjgacl . tldielln 'X X N - ' I I' J ll Ing Call ll E 1 . 1 l ,Ii NA .-x5 ' -Hdlf. l V Dr atic Club, l29, '30, '31, President of Dramatic , , gli, club, '31, Music Club, '29, Glee cm vzs, '30, '31, , 3 3 Black Hockey Team, '31, W., . . Dormitory lv g 5 Student Government, Operet 'tfEe, '31, in E 3 Senior Prom Committee, '31, ,t 3 1 R Q i 2 in I:-.Q . f iii it f ll 3 li A l. PAULINE FLORA BLOUIN Q i S EAST BROADWAY GARDNER, MASS. ,iq , Ni JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE l l 5 Q., "Play up, play up, and play the game." In 2 . S -Sir Henry Nefwlon. "i 1 .1 I 1. , , ,f ,gi E Tennis Champion, '30, Captain of Orange Team, if'1",l 2 '31, Head of Bowling, '29, Head of Soccer, '30, il i Q Varsity Hockey, '29-'31, Varsity Soccer, '29-'31, 'll 'ii li . Varsity Basketball, '29, Bowling Club, '29, N' i U 7 W. A. A., Dormitory Student Government. ..: ' . 4 If xxx. ,NJ ,N 'fl gl, l ,ual ALJM' 5 C00 'W-4"0l" 2 3 ,lf E' l f M, 940 Qlvxir v,,.L. A ,!. .f AT 2 to A 5 M11 we-' 'H ' .ww ti' fl ' ' L , - A 1 61 Y Af? I gl i it '7 . , , " ' " .. , l"T1'r: A ,,. ' - A - . '-2-F-:M ' ? - in 'f' c ?,ff2? QE' :fi -Li I " A ,gf fr' if?" -T. 5' nit-:lf - -9' 755' "xX',jFvS5ll,l'M11 -ai , fe ' 5, 29-'-Az, gas.:-12:19 't4+l- -XXyfj4E3' . -Cf '-an f- --A - ----g:.:.-t:ff:?+4wQ '-if-f f 'i7:l" '-'TMI-'I T" - 2 : iTT1P4'5 ,, 5."l'x:v:'.'. . -1 ljage f0I'kl'1f0llf n turf. ' . ........ .R ., .. .. ff.. .ot 7 ,L ' . , . " ,.. , . 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'7'-"5lT4933Q"-- ..-..-f m , 'll ff 1 T ,A pn:-i .,,,,,- lu. -k lg - ,L ll' ' , 5 l ' :xg T -W. l ff ' LUCIA NOELLA BOISVERT l 1 Aw l jf T . ll' 1 552 CHICOPEE STREET XvII.I.IMANSliT'l', MASS. , gf l X ll ,T gf' I ELEMENTARY COURSE If l R A tlwlgl :HN ll' .4 .1 'Tix good fwill Ill1lkI'J' fllfI'Hijf1'IIl'I'.H I 1 Y ' VW -Em1'r.vun. f 5 ' X f Bowling, '30g VV. A. A.g Dormitory Student Gov- l 'xl vi ' ernment: Senior Prom Committee, '31. Xi, ll 'lfll' 'flaw . 4 x ' A I' 4 fifvc..X 4 l Ill ull: ' ,f ,. . f ' - NH! , . ' -ls lx ' g ll ,LAL "' .a...44...0l 1410 V"fL 5 itll. . P ,W li GC.-A0 i.f-' ' l l hz li! . L l ROLAND ARTHUR BOURDUN , i ,lf , fi ' 163 MECHANIC STREET LEoxuNsTER, MASS. 'I 5 ' ll PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE V' 'R K "He rfa.r'd,' but lrft .ro plcaxing on thcir mr " i' 1' Hi: Avoicc, that lislvning :till they Jfflllld to hear." W ini! fl! 5 ' . i N -llorfzry-. W M ix Q ' , h Glee Club, '29, 303 Vice President Cxlee Club, '301 X ll l 1 f' '? Gaveleer, '30, '31 3 Dramatic Club, '29-'31g 2, 4 it WM! M. A. A.: Men's Student Government. , M s wld , L A I Q ll z ' Q 5 Q it 2 . ' 5 A H l:::n 1 F ,ll l ill 5 I 1 'E i l i i 5 5 N- V OLIVE ELOIS BOVVEN . , 5 i ' YVEST STREET VVEST l'lERl.IN, MASS. Il 3 'lil 5 ,lil X ELEMENTARY COURSE 2 ' If-N ' "Ilap1bin1'.u lirs in thr rorzxriozzsrzz-sx fwr' lmfvr of j I lf, if, and by rm IIHYIIIA' in Ihr 'way Ihr futurr kr'rp.f wr' 'I its promises." i , gi N .-Sain. M T' W lg Glee Club, '30, '31g VV. A. A.g Dormitory Student I M fi' T Government.. F in 1 2 1 no i f 1 li fe -L9.fefC1flJ I M , J N! ff' ,'f E ,E 4, -240, Nl ,1.j.!.',VL L if 4 I rx J 'i. ll.: Y, 1 I I ,Rmb f.-,4,u,,,,,,,u... ' 'E,,,1. U i N 1: ti' WML l iilfllg ffl X f wwf , ...1 gn f f . if il X' - A-VVVM9' M77 MJ 'Km C- L' l 4421.-ELr.,,,.f4g tQeT . ji 1 -. Ele m- .. E -. : I 'age forly-five , I I I ' -p 'f 'W' "' -fe ' ' L' -fy Lf ,Q .i?i7i 1"" "D iiqilf iii k , " 3" . ggi fd I -S.QT'fQv' ' -l s.gf:n- F f du 2 EIT 1 11 tt .flies 152714 " 1"-If .ff I .jf 5, -5,5 ---""" -I -"" ' '? jg Ll E :jggrua f-'pgs' im, K 67- I e ,A . ff T' "'- -M- 1- " fi iLL..ETT..f.....I': ..:'I.f31i....w.i..-.L.fIg.,gs! II... .,.. ...., .I C' 1-1 '- I H , , PM I' 'I 4 . " 3 ,rgf N i S II-l Q 2 I 'I-IE I " as 'I l 1' I I l IRI':NIa MARION IsowI.IsR if I. N" Q I JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE M ll ,X If' ,i " 10 XVll.l,lJXV S'l'REE'l' l,loI.I'oKIi, MASS. Ml ,,' 1' Q "l1'miura1u'1' ix Ihr rrofwning qualify, . 1 'HW Q :Intl p!lfil'lIl'f all the frarxinn of great hearts." l i Q -Lofwrll, 'Mil 'f I ? Music Club, '29, Glee ClIIb, '29-'31, Debating ClIIb, lj" fgir , '30, NV .-X. A., Dormitory Student Government. l .1 , 1 , ' I f A 'fgaffj k J! ' l ' " ' ji ff ' ' i' I , 61, .1 ,WMJH wry' . . V! I I . X J IMI 1 if . ,WJ H , I f 14,019 ,559 l , l Q ypwqj ' f fy . Il' ll l , .-A 5,07-Q41.z'1'f E II I . wII,I,I.IIM FR.INcIs IaR.IINI,I3I' ,. If 1 A V 9 Kill.-XNl'l'li S'l'REli'l' WEI'xIoU'rII, M,Iss. ' , ' 1 ' l'RAC'l'lC.Xl, .-Ikrs coukse f I' I 'l I "lli.r Iifz' fwax grnllr, and the rlmllclitx ' "li ,NN l ' Su 1ni.I'1'Il in him, fha! Nalurz' Illiflflf .flaml up ,I Q Q ,- Q .'lml my In all Ihr lwurld, f This fwnr u num!" l 1 ll 5 Class l'I'esiIleIIt, '30, '31, President M. A. A., '31, ,N I I S-eI'I'etaI'y M. A. A., '29, '30, Vice President lilll. Mnhawks, '29, 'l'I'e:Isurer of Mohawks, '30, Glee I M, Q Club, '29, '30, l,l'ZllllflflC Club, '29-'31, Varsity Soc- g Mi cor. '28-'31, Coach of Soccer, '30, Varsity Basket- l l ball, '28-'31, Captain of Basketball, '30, Varsity 'M 5 i linsebnll, '28-'31, Coach and Captain of Bnselmll, 5 K, 1 '29, Men's Student Government. 5 , . I 1 ' ' HELICN VIRGINIA BREGLIO ' X' 26 l',0R'l'l,ANlJ S1'IIIaIa1' SIIIIINr:FIeI,n, M.Iss. Q lv ' I .lUNl0R IIICH sCIIooI, COURSE I ' I ' l 5 "By muxir mimi: an aqua! tzfmprr lznofw, 4 M l g H! Nor .f-'wrll loo high nor sinh too 10-w." .. " -Polbr. W l3I':IIn:1tic Club, '29, Glee ClIIb, '29, '30, W. A. A., ,N 'E 9' '4 Dorrnitory Student Government, "The Dragon of N M,- rl lf, XVII Foo," '31, Senior Prom Committee, '31. ,Q ta ,I 2 . - 5 I ' ' I: 5: -- l' i t 4 I JJUY' ls ',:" .E Y - Lb -K 1 ty, QI X I QWSSQ9 we ,K ,fb iff' -, I ,. y ' - 1 A- E-,W ,f f ' X QI 1 ' IX 'B Bays - I . ',-L -:J-JA I Q' sr. E Pk 2' - -: .Y ...., , Af f,,i4...--- .r--" Li-' ,4 'H' ---:G-Eli Tr i x' -. fx: ,J a ff..-:La-f 'fiifti 1.1, 15.-f-.gf-'ASS-f 45.3 ig e- -I f- ' - 3 412. ' fff i, e 'M' 1'-Srqfffir -kQ,IWff:f I' sg wifi iv +31 E--H: -A :II 'fe-5 I ' hi-4,335-fff h, 5,'s5l , 29' 'f-4-3, I Mfliilg I Q .gf fl G ' "' 2.T33?'1i3 film lwiiffx i Page forbf-six ,, J.: , A '11 1 1 ff A E T ffl E. t. L f'fi A441412 A- f low? p er du c ttf 1 rr 1, e311 T ,tt 'W 8.1 4 -A+-fi 5 9 5 3 E zo - A 9145? 'Wi li Sf' X'-x 51, A Hr A 1 "' 'H lm gi. A-,,g'e'f-' .... . ' -in Fi' fi 'f "25,nu..i...n..T,.. .,,. ..i.....,..'f.7...,,:-f...tf.,....E.......i:Q,: "rl-1-,-,.,i-"ff1114lQ -'-- ,.,...,.,.. ' -All H1 L ,tural-1-"'-"" f " lk A x I A Q l Q l T, , , QIVE x Y LY gl A il MOLLY ANN BRODERICK gg T , ml j Bmzcu STREET EAST WAl.l'Ol.E, MAss. X lil ,y ff' T ELEMENTARY COURSE ' X ll E ,Nl Ig M' g "Joy i.: the fnainspring in Ihr fwholr W 4 17 'IW Of cndles: Aydfllftfl calm rotation." ,ll N' ' Class Vice President, '30, '31g Debating Council, Ml ll W T '30g Dramatic Club, '31g All Normal Hockey Team, 5 'fl ff, Q '30g W. A. A.g Dormitory Student Government: l A ly: IV Seniclg Pr5m.Committee, '31. N XA 1 ' . - - , 1 I, CEA a. it QA ,56- Wll QME9-a,43XoQ4fM' 'L' UWM OQNASQWM alll, ,rt l f ' YW W n 1 Anus, Mix QANWRA0 4 ' l ll! QMMMQXA ew if3"lZ,li,QLo,Q,Mul his EM xlli , V! OAAJWQXU-AAAI NM- MN., . Il g lxj W T 5 MARY ESTHER EULLOCKRTWMQ g ,nf i 39 FAIRMONT STREET ARLINGTON, MAS . 5 'ly' f Q lt ELEMENTARY COURSE f ".4Il golden thoughtx, all fwmlth of days, l I " T Truth, friendship, love, surround her." l 7 -Cornfwall. l 1 , , i I il z ll lx! is ll , lt tl , f , Glee Club, 305 W. A. A. Board: Head of Bowling. 1 ll i ' f' 315 Hockey, '31g Dormitory Student Government' il Q MH 2 Senior Prom Committee, '31. l l 2 W l 3 - 1 E .. . I Vx 5 N 4 , . 1 I W 2 l 1 E AX 5 'I l I l 1 Y ' ANDREW MACE CARLSON ' 5 i w 19 MORELAND STREET WORCESTER, MAss I Ml , in 2 x'nAc-r1cAL zurrs COURSE 1 l 5 ', Z "Thou art a fellofw of good respectf '. I W ,I Q l 'M Thy life hath had .rome snatch of honor in tt." .. fl l j' -Canar l U 4! :P A f il Lf? ull Glee Club, '29g M. A. A.g Men's Student Govern- T ll , in W ment. ' ,M All l i 1 7 T .' fi E N ' F' W I I fig, il .Fl is ill ,Ls ' x xx vm, - 7 1 , W i ' 5- ?'f 'E' -..-:- .-.-:T-- :g, ::.g.f"L ' ' 7 - - Q i- A-A pfl re i- ' -9- , T 217 "iii-f - .- - if-1 , -A - fp f '-e - ' E A. "F"'N'fr f"ib , in-ff',.:-' ' ZZ., ' : ' A+ef,f,- 1-'iTT'j3?q-:f1n'f5""'Pf'-3S"5! ' " i f , 1'-gefilw 'TfS.l 'Q 73921 k ,gin ,fr l S: -f- ,r'fal':4L:.::. Q it' "L ' T3ji?Q1TEf3:73 ""'Q5'- 'Cf' -AZII EJT-l' i1q"7?Z-1 ," if if A ggff'T E': :A 'hfgifi-i"1iK v "ilL4535X 5 I 'age furbf-xczfrn A 1 ., ...QM ,K --'iq In 17 Si . A ,-4, Q54 .5 . 5 , 6.1.14 x A ,S 5 li Ri g' J l 'E ' 'si zg f if f'-1 e'f +:fNNSi du xt EI 1 rf n ef., ,. iii"-415 ' CQ Z 6. sf: Q-,Sig 'WS elllfkm'-, 'A 'F uf' ,.,cx-Q., qt-. S O - , ,, ..,,..' -,. .--' --'-.- . -fp.. 1 nas: jl 1 . BMX--3-Q -'- Q 'Q' . ffm- C 5 .Eggs 'Mk - X4 NG LP K -1' -""' . 'L -ANI' 5.15.'jff3'f ,' ff' 'fxf Q . .l Sl'1i'JL'iy, ' ' V ' 44.1-,ffl ' " "'::-'-9:4 , if J U 5-lu5 ,...-1'-'L'l -I-11 - -- I 'li'.Z,tgnR. ,.-.-. T . ......... ..:. i-..,............,. .,',... :. l4mE.. .,., if -1-R '-1-.:-- -,... ,, ,-,,,,.,.,..., mf ll f - 3. , it 1, ,- . 55. li: l fe ' CLARENCE HOXVARD CARLSON gf. li -W ' , N 6 E.-KRLE STREET WORCESTER, MAss. X ll , . , , . .1 ll 3 l li pRAcTxcAI. ARTS coURsE HE if ll' F "fill fwho ham' moan! good -work 1-with their 'ZUIIDIL' Q 1 Y Wl llmrl. haw' fiom' good work." ' Hi I : Mohawk Society, '29-'31, Varsity Soccer, '29g ',il',f l T '2 M. .-X. A.: Men's Student Government. Ml ,f li s E 'T A i i . M . , rj V I ' 1 1 rl i i ll l 2 li ll l 2 5 1 , it 5 lf-T-" 2:41 1 ,nz l , ' , I l l :r 4 if , All V ELEANOR MAE Cl-1R1sT1E . i ti , l , 000 DARTMOUTH STREET SOUTH DARTMOUTH, MAss. i ll T Wil , ELEMENTARV coURsE W 'Q g ' l, A "fl .rfwrrl altrarlifvr kind of grarf, If I QQ Ml Z .4 full anuranrr given by loolzcs." , ,fl 1 -Matthnmu Roydfn. , ' Glee Cluh, '30, Debating Club, '30, Hockey, '303 - ll l I Soccer, '30, W. A. A. Board, Freshman Represen- ll l' f Mi, tativeq Dormitory, Student Governmentg Senior , l .lil Prom Committee, 31. I My i 3 ll E A ll 1 A 1 ' iz Wl l ' A ', MARINO AUGUSTUS CICCONE if i ,i S BEECH STREET SOUTH BARRE, MAss. l lil Q i JUNIOR HIGH sci-tool. COURSE a Q l l "Of all .fhr arts, grrat music is tho art , , f 5 9, To rain' Ihr' ,foul above all earthly storms." ., lf - 4 n i 1. 1 1 Q -Leland. il il Glee Club, '29g saxifrage Board, 'sn Mohawk 'l, i3 3 3 Club, '29-'Sli School Orchestra, '29-'3l: Student H lg Council, 331: Athletic Council, '313 Varsity Base- All, it N ball, 29- 315 Captain Varsity Baseball, 'Sly Var-- 4 1 ' E N sity Soccer, '29-'3l5 Junior High School Athletic 9:4 5, Coach, '31, M. A. A., Men's Student Government. 1 5 ' I Fla' fl K ' 2i5'i'l3l fjlq-V' 'if -415 4-'?k"T-2--'-"4-'11 -1-:C Q ' A- TH' .4 'i'..-. .1 3-v:..Q,iQ 1'3f:?'q' ft!!: - - r 1 .--fw ,.. 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T' f '71--is S1,g:'m,,u " -7, ,..1,-,. ..,, . 4 -- 'rf-all QU 5. - .Tlui h ZMMMRM mam K mam Nw-Mum? .'II T m gs n,,,,,,. ....A V 4,-..,f,..1-E,:- ...,.... ......m.umm , A mg H Ali' ' xr 5 fl .1 '. . l 5 4' N f f we in P' T. ' 375 , 5' ' 3 l yi c:EoRc:E w.ExsH1NGToN cum gr rl -W 9+ LEXINGTON STREET WATERTOWVN, Mass. lx If ll 5 1-RACTICAI. ARTS COURSE lw 1 1 , , 5 " "Tlllr.v u IIIHIIH' adn' not lo Ill: fworlh, l' 4 l I , , ,V l l Q Ill llflro is lnnzsrlf an honor Io lll.r flllrxr. N IM I ' 2 -Ford. ull l ' f Secretary M. A. A., '3lg Saxifrage Board, '3l1 lll ,lily President Gaveleer Society, '31g Secretary Glee l ,E Q Club, '30q Dramatic Club, '31g Varsity Soccer, '30: l - ' 'L lVlen's Student Government: Senior Prom Com- 5 ' fl it . 1 ' , '31. 1 A 1' : mittee i A M l' l 3 5 ll ll l 4 xl . is li 5 if lil , TV T l . T , ,E 1 f, L l . 'J X j WILLIAM jOSEPl-I CRONIN Ali . ,lx 1 16 P,x'rT1soN STREET WoRcEsTER, M.-iss. ,ly ' lf it JUNIOR HIGH scnool. COURSE F I l . . . ll. . 1 3 W A "Una ihing, l1o1u:1'furr, I lnu.rI promixc, fha! -willmul E I ll Ihr zlxxistzlrzrr of Illlfllflll rnparily, rulfs and prr- T 1 f ,I N crprx arf of no fyfiracyf' 1 H K lt l l J -Quzfntilian. N 5 5 T, Treasurer of Class, '29g Editor Normal Record, 1 1 l E ' E W' 1 '30g Student Councilg Glee Clulmg M. A. A.g Men's l 1 gli. Student Government: Senior Prom Committee, '31. X 5 s l 'll 2 3 l 5 ll 5 3 ,ll V: 'Z' ,tl u f . FRANCES ALICE CURRY i .W T T V A 92 VVENDELI. STREET CAMBRIDGE, MASS. - ,l 5 ,T il 3 ELEMENTARY COURSE ' Q l, 5 "Thai grntlz' llll7Irl by grnllr dfml is klI04'LUll.H Z 1 E f Y i 5 I! Ill N j! I -Spr'n.v1'r. Qi A. ing e Glo Cl , QU, 31: VV. Ag A.g Dormitory Student 1 'Z' QQ wil Gi, er Q . 'V' 'v lu 3 li Li J ' LV lil ,U SSN il my l ll T A , , ?y 'ng 'i N 'N ' x ,HG li All l J 'lily V 1' l by 5 V5 5 f fn . 'l - if N ylm V E gl YJ W +25 E Q +V gg J KQV il lga -1 . gi f SU my UK ? E.. 1 ., Q . R, . ,.., Elem, l -Ygzfifilff 'U "f- Y re . W , ..- 'E fx-?E't.:ifiN isgiif .... . 'xzifgwfiii f. i':E?.Qj.l!,Z-Qj gl ' " Q ' . 4 ? ' Q .2 f'9""'i-E?"--1 ' ,, ,,,.4aif3 , ,' F--5--1-, , lg -' A - .- f p. Ly' I 'age forly nine . A-fs. '+'-'11-" ...RA '-'TTR ' 2' 11, 52 "h"'E'5f3fH'f"i' . er du ISE! 1 rf 7 5- 1 ji g lil! gi' 1 -S ?-11 : Q 5 Y , tt 43-9 5 'fzzff r 'T lsfigtaff 'M 'fbi li. .. .. .Que-, ji? I 3 -"'k"'?-753i -f " U in IW M l f 'VH' ,. 'bmi I 5-Qi' 'R Wi" ""..' R' 5. gf- 5 , , -5 ' eifbxffi W fy. ,-...w11"S???1+- 7 - 1 -lvimil..-.i.. ..g1'f.....1T....L.........Li.:L.? ---...fm-fsilieigef-. ' 55 5 X91 4 ' PSE yu x ' " " "hi '1 '13 i N -. ' few 1 Q 1 ' ' UNZ c R 1 ELA 5, 1. .ll' xx? X 3 Rl! S CE A EY 'r Ass. 2 l -P, f X V ll 1 5 f K ' I IOR HIGH sci-loo co I M115 if Ill 5 j "The rule o my life is to make busin. s a pl s- - Q 1 ,I HW " ure, and pleasure a business." A ' N' X I 181417. K 'wi ,L ill' ' Treasurer M. A. A., '31, Secretary Mohawk Clu , ' 2 W ' !,v '31, Saxifrage Board, '31, Glee Club, Athletic F ' ' , Council: Mohawk Play, "The Haunted House", - ' " 1' ', . Varsity Soccer, '29, '30, '31, Manager Baseb 5 1 vi "gin '31, M. A. A., Men's Student Government, 1' , ,QW eral Chairman Senior Prom, '31, General Chai ma '. j 1 1,- VV ' K J kv! Saxifrage Dance, '31. Q y ' 211 1 i lam, D d- LL, VM, P A I if l, , lk p KL 1 1 I f I 1 . , . . 'R l -L, gf-an -E. X1-Lefuj 'Vex' f "Qi y 1, " RUTH MARY DE ANEY 0 MK f I, g 'i 669 Locusr STREET FALL RWER, I ASS. ' ' A ELEMENTARY COURSE ' ,-' i I gh "So fwrll to know 1 1 ,O ller ofwn, tbat, fwlmt she fwills to do or say K ,N Seem: fwisesl, -virtuousest, discreetesl, best." X , Q -Milton. -1 1 l ll Glee Club, '30, 'sag W. A. A. Board, Head of N' Swimming, '31, Dormitory Student Government, -1' 5 f Senior Prom Committee '31 f- 5 Q' E 1 A C Zi dr,ff1.'e'4- 1-'J """"f' 5 -A lLiUf'Rf1 . V'a""Q'L"c'W'Q '11 fy- F' awe., V E ,W A-M ,pf Q f P 1 HELEN CATHERINE DEMPSEY , Wir E , L: I 1+ MIDDLE STREET FITCHBURG, MAss. - 1 JUNIOR HIGH scnoox. COURSE ' , I U Q 1 - i - il' "Genteel in personage, conduct and equipagei '1 el W noble by heritage, generous and free." N, 'lg 'A' -Henry Carey. 1' ' I ,:.. in working Club, '29, Day Girls' Association, 1' l A Saxifrage Board, '31, Glee Club, '30, '31, Wood- ily' E " ' 1 VV. A. A., Senior Prom Committee, '31. 1 5 W il 'Y' - 'f 1 ,ll e . J -r l , , , fs 911 i f. A ' J , l f. .I it s R' A- - .M .. . -- ef'f2' ' ' 495' i L-1 ' wif-' - M " 1. LK,.i'3" "' ffWlfi iv?-: 1 sf - ff 2 154.1 1... -2 ,,:-A -' 'wfkfiafel ' -- ' ' ':- ' ' f""' f 4:g.:1":,--r L-Q , . -Q"'f,,g ,-"iff, "asa" ' I fj."".2' J , - Llg I 'aye jU'ly 15 u ' " 'Y 'e e - E , , 1' 4. X I 'HI' 1,1 1. .....n. ., ...Av H- 1 A - - is br 3 , - 1. N 'I J by A A A ,1 .1 "E 1 ii 1' 1 ,E ' Q CATHERINE GERTRUDE DOHERTX 1' 11. X W1' . 1 98 HARRISON STREET LEOMINSTFR, MASS. N M 1112 .1 A' A ' - H- X ELEMENTARY COURSE ' , " F Ml 5 ' "'Shr nohl earns fwhatwrr rrofwn :hr fwz'ar:." ' I W 3 . .V W 1, - X -Dorr. - 1 3 1' 5 W A ' i l, X1. 1 Day Girls' Associationg W. A. A. 1 NA 1 1 1 I - 1 1 ,111 1 I 1 A 1 .1 H ix KQ11, - 4- -A M fx li 1 Q 1111' 1" I f ll lx, li N I X 'U I ' 'i1 - E F ELIZABETH MARY DOHERTY X , , W 1 1 5 98 HARRISON STREET LEoMlNsTER, MASS. 1 i 1 5 ' K s : 1 ELEMENTARY COURSE Q 1 ' P. L l 1 . 5 "For manners are not idle, but the fruit of loyal 1 4 1, ii i 3' N 1 , , f 15' A nrilurc and of noble' mmrl."--Tennyson.. 1 Q ' 1 Day Girls' Associationg W. A. A.g Senior Prom' I X , E Committee, '31. , 1 i 1 i 11 11 2 1 ' S -' lui 5 5 1 i r .E I A .1 g :I 1 Ag 5 1 2 W- el 1 . 1 L X i 1 wilt 1 I 5- M HENRY Louls DOLL 1 5 1,1 7 rf' 1A P 1 ' f1 1V1 1 1 l 1 5 1 1 E E Q 2 1 A 1' 71 SUMMER 'STREET ADAMS, MAss. Q - i A PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE : 1 l E I 2 Strengih of limb and policy of mind, g 2 -, Abflzty in means and chozce of fr1end.f." ,I 5,1 , 1 -Shakespeare. N11 A1 " Gaveleer Society, '295 Treasurer of Gaveleers, '30: ' , J Vice President of Gaveleers, '3lg Saxifrage Board, 3 W '- ' 1 2 '3lg M. A. A.: Men's Student Government. if 1 ' Ni M Q ' 1 I. " 1 L ' Q 1 1 1 . FV - 'E f'lf E5 f1 1 ' E1 I , S X- E A 1 X li 1, ,A . Y- . T ' Y " .-e. . . " "' 'F ' K ,TT -eg A .: -'-T ' 'G'-H? - .. .,.- .1----:f...,....::.-.-sw.. .- - :T Q., -. -.-. A l1,1f -K . , 1 11- -' -"T.1 ..,. 'ir - ' if 4:-xsff n'-1. ..---- -LA, ' - Kind em -A - in lag., Ayr if -ftelfl -'.5::11-1-- pe.-: 1,44 W , -y -11 115,511 11' ' L95-,:x,'iL.-57'-3' . A - 1. - SR-.5'r.1 . 3' Q .A 2' ei?-:Ti NVMQ7 4' A- ' ' . - 'A X X Ls' ' :fr -1 .yi - -K r- f x: 1 1 .1 .-rj. ,,, "Q5"'S?!M:'-5-I-SSTL.-3',.x ,k T ,T .J YP.. -,Q .. , ,,.5-'g-7- - ?i,T,,,, Y Q ,f 1-1e-'- -He.+E,1:-e:11i1f.4f, fir,.?'xgeNf. 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Tearn, '3 3 Bla So r am, '31, Q , VJ W 1 DOr1n'tOry . n Gov nl e t. - - iii!! l l ' K II Ali i l ' f 1" l li' f X 'Q f all it if i' '11 E, 2 W I ' f e if l 'li I 5 X 2 'T ! I M 'ELIA ELI' .'XBE'I'l'l D AC: NE I li , Tfxv .xx STREET EVERETT, Mfxss. 5 1,151 N l ELEMENTARY COURSE . l F. I l : .' Q ? 8 "Clir'rrily yrrrfing' rafh onfoming day, I' l 5 U, Glldmy 'LL'lflI .rn11lr.r mth .rirp of Ihr' fw11y." l 3 , 1 1 , I ' 5 Glee Club, '30, Dormitory Student Government: 'WN H' ln 3 XV. A.. A., "The Dragon of VVu Foo," '31g Senior Nl, i 5 ll Prom Committee, '3l. ll l l gli ' l E 1 ' I ll! 5 5 l j . ll 5 . f f lla T Q V. T ji 3 . - rl- . T 1 - ' a 1 ' i , "' -- . 2 i - ' MYRTLE FILANSKY 1 , , l 31 JERRY STREET FITCHBURG, MASS. - l f . Wil 3 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE l . 5 -, I "Trim Io hrr fwrml, hm' fwork, and hrr fr1rnd.v." 5 5 3 fa Saxifrnge Board, '31, ,Day Girls' Association: X Q lil! XV. A. A. ll, L. ,j TE I '-a l. : li , "lvl fl. i 51 VJ" 1 il 'rg-3 .- i Eigilli '? 'f 'Yi .1 A 5 3 z ,. 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A.f:is13Q,5gmitory Stucieng if l I N I , X .10VCl'Dm8l'l. 1 .0 44 97 T lx .ll Warne-f 'R':.f'ff2' mf .Ray-f 'T .o::5'eo-"'q.,."' v?Q7"'va btqsfof 4,90 'QQ M959 ll! Q l lyplzyso 04 V .JQNG Lt aio? SSX. :QW Q ,Q Av ',3,.,x',,." QQ fx' Aw' Vyff, . X gli l Oodlr'-ff? 40 PK 'll' BJ' Or 630' V J, N00 ,J 5 l l y,5-K""lrP,'f"a'.llKo y p""' 4 ' iiilli i T 35 'QQ' We ff' wks- yay- a."'V.- will 'Q' 94" Q, 3,49 4' Q00 60 ue' Q' X' on aw? A 1, g l 5 S 0' ' HAROLD ARTHUR FRIBERG 'N YAC' ll , 3 " 4 FouRTi-1 STREET WORCESTER, MAss. l ll ' , 3 PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE , ' l l A "'But he whose inhorn fworlh hi: acts command Q f ' of gentle soul, to human fact' a frirnd." Ml 5 Q l lihi' -Homer. TW A Gaveleer Society, '29-'31, Glee Club, '29, '30, l li gl ll ' N Varsity Soccer, '30, '31, Varsity Baseball, '29-313 g ,-5 ' M. A. A., Men's Student Government. l., ' - L E Y tg l Q15 g l , gil at we . E ' flkiil Fw lf F - fl F l ' 2 --- 1 I I T if-"'if1"iP . -- T'-' A -le. 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ARTS couxsz iw' 5 'll f "fl knn fwfr, a 1-wise look, and an anrfwer alfway: . i i 1, lil, f'ma'y." : l f Saxifrage Board, '31, Tennis Team Captain, '29, UM! ' '30, '31g M. A. A., Men's Student Government g U1 -wif A Association: Senior Prom Committee, '31. X - 1 : l 9 . , , - M in . 1 ' l i 1 yi il. A - l 1 , l W' A :ill lf l 7 l.l l l E E ' 11,2 xl, i li . il' ll I ' e A lui, 'Q 2 'M W iw . ELIZABETH JANET GILCHREST Q ll ' M Q LANcAs'ran AVENUE Luuzmauno, MAss. 2 l ,l , T , 1 JUNIOR Hxcx-I scHooL COURSE I, 9 M 5 W. 1 "Better to be small and shim' than be great and 5 I , 1 can a .thadofw." ,l W - 1 ll' 5 'Treasurer Day Girls' Association, '31, Debating ig l, 5 Council, '29, Captain of Black Team, '31, Hockey- ,ly l ' j" Red and Blue, '29, W. A. A.: Varsity Basketball, . .! Q lm, Day Girls' Associationg "The Dragon of 3 ' E . , u Foo," '31. ' . , ,, , , ,V Q il 5. 1 l rl X 1' F K E 5 , Q S, A A 1' ze. ll -,m1.o.Q.: ' ' . it A a A l 3 ' . ' H f ' ' -T-" - - A ' mfg !,l'w..,v i ,'l Elwl v 1-f'0 MM, ' ' A w' i ii! A , A l"i7iARJoR1E QTT GOULD i' - ,' , l Sou'r1-uanmon STREET WARREN, MAQS A 'M A ,l j nr,aMBN'rAnY counsa A 'A i Q My I ffLau9hing eyes, a merry .rrffile X lfj X J, And a marry, merry heart. j - Dramatic Club, '31:' Glee Club, 'Sly Orchestra, ii lf" gi 'll 315 Dormitory Student Government Association, y W ,I W. A. A. , , I M 5 W H! A 6,4-fv l-GPH' LQ' " CQ A"MM" uw i , . L M N! ll I 1' if up , l , 5 l 'kde " I, ,T ., li s - V f E ,YE-' l is-o.,,3if,,.t,,.,tjef. ' ' Afswi-eg. X X ei ' H , ' ' , ' , e 1' - .,. - C- A . - .-1522 'if' -311-,-W--.Z Ze . f Y- .. - '--ee. 'F-Of --1'-1- ' Q,'f-W' .tak-'lf ff . fl ' ee,-1f7"fa.f if wibh ,vz-.AFVXU UM' . " - - - P , -. . Q 2' ::t,.,,.'-w ill-.,,:. '- xv I jj 51.-1,1 M- .farm g-153s .. -, Q -A , -s f,..........- . . K 44' -ewifsfrrzi.-ZRXXQY I 1-4:i-.A - Si.- , ' 1. T ' A ,f, ' 'essifz-52E'?2?7.2 'ffiif fi- A . Q21 'lzgz' fy?-Jfftllll' I .4 7 - 'ff' '-' L ,ff WEL - R tr-iii ' 'ff' sf .III -If . ...Q ,, ,ad .XXX S 4 ,E 5 9 . -' A144 x, - !'l'A7 ,... 3:-. I 'Ii ---I . 4' 1.15-f -an I - -I 5 -' -f irlxgxe y A14 'Milf 9 ' 2252.5-5'-.1 lt. 'Qi i ' S "ff" rf' --X 'I - l?""'L'f Iilllm R 1 - ijllli vw I5 ' .zfffel 5- : TXXXE XX,:..n-'g'j "" 2:13-233: .ftkjlIkIrEIiIT- Q M H' .Milla .:...L.....Ini.f.i..fL 'is ""-'- --.- rr "" il?Lji::l" " -f""1I" -H i x 5 or I -' Q 'R I 2 I Ig ,r " ""-" W ,l I 'If NI I ' ' I 2 l . XXIX 1 I X XX N li I' II II f EDWIN MATHER HARRIS, JR. I Il li Ii l XM f 128 ALLEN STREET ATHoI., MASS. . , I 7, i 1Ii PRACTICAL ARTS couRsE , QI, , ' "He was a seholar, and a ripe and good one,' X Ili ,I Exceeding fwise, fair spoken, and persuading." ,I IV --Shakespeare. X , , 7 If If Dramatic Club, '29, '30, Treasurer Dramatic Club, , XJ ' 'I I '31, Saxifrage Board, '31g Mohawk Society, '29- I X. II ' '31, Glee Club, '29g Orchestra, l29-'31, M. A. A.g I ,I I. Ill' Men's Student Government. ' f ll I, l' I e I I. kk' : X f I I ' : F Q 5 'l llI' Ii . I I: l II, I JOHN WILLIAM HASTINGS . I I I 2, I ' 20 SPRING STREET CLINTON, MASS. Q I! E Il I JUNIOR I-IIcI-I scI-IooI. COURSE ' 'I gf I "He was a friend indeed, X .' ? IIA With all a friend's bert virtue: .whining hrlghtf ,' I IL I It -'was no broken reed ' ' Ii 5 Q I' , X You leaned on, -'when you trusted to his might." 'X N I X ' Saxifrage Board, '31, Library Committee, 'l30: I lI, l ' " Finance Committee, '31g Mohawk Club, Glee Club 'N A' I I ?29, '30: Orchestra: Varsity Baseball, '31g Captain Ii, ew : of Track, '31: Member of Student Council: Stu- ,IQ -s I' 1 dent Government: M. A. 'A.g Senior Prom Com- I I X , mittee ,'31. X ' ' Z 'I fe 'l I" ' - I ' "V I I I, I II III .. A I : li II X EDWARD PAUL HAYES A 2 I ' 56 HALL STREET WALTI-IAM, MAss. X l I I PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE , ' ll, I Il 5 X "He-Xfwax 'wont to :peak plain., and to the pur- , , f 5 I,X pore, like an honexi man and soldier." ,N I j I IiiI Varsity Baseball, '29-'319 M. A. A.: Men's Student 'W 'XA f Governmentg Senior Prom Committee, '31. I ' X, .' EXI ,II E X' X IXllXIlX I i i I I SU I I ,I If XIII I , I , 2 ll. 5 XI --- II. 23 Ek li Q i I .I V f . , 5 .- x? ,- -..,. ,df -14 I 'I' A - ?e5--- . -., . - ,.'-- , - 1-N ' A L H -T ,' --- .,,,. f.1-,I Prarlyf . II?-'qqff-3, .i. A1 -X X M- , . , ,, .f L F W -1 --'ig'-,,a.:,:fQ IQQ1 722' ,1-q:,-,..:,1.I,,,:.- A H ,Y -I 331' If- I:,fiivri.F il 1491: we-fXkIIfv,V!.. , t . , 41 ' I . ?-Q -- -QL W-X " Mr ' 'ff' , .-,rn A- 4-Ll ,iff : 'T' . 'S I J- ---P' ,+ N - -'-it El , 1 f ' i vZ??L.-f?xX43Qf', 1-91"-A -T13--eu-..-T " ' fypf 7 I T L 'f'f5 .:-g1ff:.feT:,-, -. fi o f U- ,553 ' fjf sf lizge fy'fy-jim flu 2 sf 1 If ai "N E. .Z ,-' 7 -6 ' 1 f- . 5" 15 l""'Tf"""'2'-.ff 'M , V ' fr. 'j 2 -:sri - """ 'H '56 ji ai 1'-i?T,:f fgtg-'f62"'Ef, WM! 5' K.i,..L.A..A.E..1i,5g..fs?3""'1ff-i... ..,, -.-. iii i N A - . , , N . . ' ,xy , 5 - 33 '4 i K ' . ' R U --N 1, . 1 5 ,i I ,9 T E' Q HI a w X . 3 ll ,Y Wk' I 5.0 W K 'EM N ' 0 lx' ' - 1 NN 1,'i'll f' '1' ' 0 r' All I' E, lc' ur 4' I is t 3 , 'Q W iw ffw. 'Q', f V h iw do." X " fl I v sl rl . i 4, , e-P r ill ' Il ' 5 an e e- 'Mil I, fy so I - 1, ld tCo n l, '3 C e b 0 31 gay H A 'I Y ., A. . ' Ni, 1 ry u : ove me tg T e 5 i , bi' r o FY N o," 15 n r P ' J G" '3 N . i .. I A - 1 , Q A Sk l li' . i lil ,,l,i 3 if i , ARLINE RUTH HOUGHT N : H Y . l ELEMENTARY coURsE J ,ll 4 josi.iN PLACE FITCHEURG, MAss. 'X ELEMENTARY COURSE iv 5 lg! "A mrrry ffbvfllklt' of lhz' eye i 1 if A .runny :mile as :he passe: by." i, N M Varsity Hockey, '30, '31g Soccer, '30, '31g Basket- . li I f f hall, '30, '31, Baseball, '30, '31, Girl Scouts, '30g ii Q l : i : F ,ilu W. A. A., Day Girls' Association. - 1 ' 1 l n hi l Q E il f , . P il E Q : Xu g 5 MARY LOUISE HOWE , , H T 1 5 89 NAsoN STREET MAYNARD, Mixss. T lx Q . ' X ELEMENTARY COURSE l , ' ,li Q ' "Frirnd: :Iofwly 'won are long hold." I 1 ' 1 'i K Glee Club, '31, Day Girls' Association, W. A. A. 'I' 5 f , ii I E h. if f - il. gt lil n i 1 Q ,fl ' . Lllll H I, 2 5 ig E' ' f y l '1 2 it X 1 5 ' XL I7 T 'fi il A .wail ? 'f1 L-. Ji' iw'vEl 7 f K x tsl f' Y- if ?""" -fp -.W . Z'f.f,f--fi' 1 '-'7 f 'T':r.'1, 4- " 15,- ........1: gg, 1-, "5f:lf!. .5 If-1- E 41? 57" 'TID 'f Y ,J 'I1"7' -1 - -- N 1-:QIIZT-'I I-1?E1f '-' 'L-.14 "'fb"-ETQERN' .3. 1 ff - Z Zi g i- V iwijlf- f " IFF FE iff: ' : J-. 9? f iii: .E-" ':F 3E5,llg , q -. H Q-xryfgg-555 TS '75"'5gf'-elf? EXE: 1-fri -221111 . 'PE' 3f.,v-' ff-'WW ,A , ,f T 'f-.:g.-gTt'r5-1Q,,zQ.,f4f,'E:. '!'xg'1ff0'1ffSf:.1-r'+ 2:.gv:,- 44 51 .. Alf-f' 1311 . A' - f .' . i Pagie ffy s1'.t' l r 5 i 5 ff ' f -1f- ' L" fy, " 'Tl' "7f?fT7 A ,.,l'1" ' ' " L A 7 ' f " 1-,- A Q df c ai 4' 11 -+3',gg3: 5. - -D -1----A ,4 E TA , V: j 292 'fl u A ' 'f If V-f , '5 W ' if .A-:zu - .. f"' TE" 'ge 1- - gl - 'N 5 Q if v' lf 1 -Y--51 :aim . , LN.: ,- . ,Hi I my . 59'-.ff-x'Q,l 3 " -- 'W -419 Ci' 5 W lvxlllimzm , A llil, .-,. , E ..- ,,,q,m..... .-.,. , ..,. , ...,. . .., ., ....,.y. ..... ....... ..., .,.,u. .L . A H -..... - -V -,- rvv. - .......,um-1. my 1 T Am' - - ,I 5 4 'il ' - f If u 3- al in '- ' . l' Ei yx MARY DOROTHY JENNINGS . X' 'vm 5 9 HAMILTON' STREET? ., Cr.xN'roN, Mfxss. N l, 'A' Mi, K ELEMENTARY COURSE " 5 ln V ,H 9 "Afoot and light-hearted, I take thx' opnn road, . l I lf, Ilmlthv, frrc, thu' fway bfforc' mc." 1 It T 4 I f I l --Walt Whitman Kr 'Q l W ' Vice Prbsident Dramatic Club, '3lg Dramatic Club, - 2 ,ill ill! , '30, '3lg VV. A. A.: Day Girls' Association. I I . 5 V l - ' ,I a Il I 1 l V x I ' - z rl r ,l . , l ry 1 . s , . ,I 5 2 2: si 0 ,U Wm' H JI' 'Xl 1MELuA LEONA JODOIN ,lf 2 17 BRANCH STREET VVORCESTER, MASS f 'lf' Q 'll lx ELEMENTARY couRsE A 'l 'l A "Trim llrlppifzess nc'z'r entered al an cyz',' ,' i f H' True happimnf: rmidcs in thing: unxcrnf' , E ll 'I N --Young M 3 Glee Club, '30, '3lg Girl Scouts, '30g Dormitory , IN N l j' j Student Government, W. A. A.: Senior Prom Com- it C l ,H ll S mittee, '31. 5 5 X Sl I 'qi u ll gm , A, ll 'I MoNA CLAIRE KENNEDY , 3 5 j 4 MEAnow STREET FALL RIVER, M . ll Q ' i ELEMENTARY SE Q 'lll l' " "Grr'alnr.r.r seein: in hrrr't ta . 1 noblfx for , I 2 l 7 ml that f simplicity." ., 'll if , Y I 7 K . R6 5 t ee lt 30 1 . he,t D wat ub, A ui B' rw A , . . A.: o rsory tu er ent: 2 Q 1 O ere mi e '3 DX ' HN :N Nj' 'IE , x f V I ll Q l fx ill A e ' 1 :fr , 3 : ' W fl 1 .., -U' Tw" '-"' -- - 2-1" fl 'n- :M ' -- "' if... ""...,- .T 1 L?4i3:,5,AQ j iff 'Q A :Nj ',YA 5 'ny 1 -- - :j.,ieig5QI Er.,-.X 1- Q li-j:,LE,:.nT,, 'P"M ,i S iE .'f'T-,F linmY--- M: ,,-f -Q iw -- iff A ' ' - 1' F'-L--L-. .. A -ff 2 .1. "" -L .h ' ' 13, -. -:wie l'1 ::-1-22 I 'age' jU'Uf sezffvz , e f - M du B EIT 1 3 It E 1155 Q11 ,s.q fo 15 6, ,M 52 a g-j. , FSSQN - a - .Qtis A 1 .. I -mtv-vtfbli '--X - 2 - ' fn e, - " a, -"--1-'-:. --L,-7 ,L-L , w. er ' wtfw N,, X N54 2 , y --'i ,E , 'fftef e v A 'ek 1- ' 1 ofa 1. 2- .- ' N i? ft. f-1f,g..2: 35 5 ,ffl if I I r I ll 151i l A 14112 1 iii ii 6 QXX ni V 1 JEROME BERNA D NC QQ , 1 iw' 25 Co1.UMnUs AVENUE om' E, MAss. ,' l 1 3 v AC RTS 3 "li 11 . 1 .'5 . - mm "Jokir1g dec! :X t tl :ID 12 l 'H j ,V E Stronger i bet Zvthah earnest can." N N, ' -Milton. 1. '1 1 , , ii, ' -I 27icgQident M. W., '3lg Secretary i lil' XIV, . . n's Stud vern nt," ' Secretary Mohawk , , A i, ,1 4, Socie2g'3O, axifgag lg Manager Var- 1 1 1 1- 1 :1 er, 3 9.GBee 29, 0, "Dragon of Wu 1 , fi- l ' 1 1' '31g Senior Prom Committee, '31, 1 , M 111 Vi 139 ' 1 1,11 1 1 1 i ? 1 1 1 , I1, , 1 ,, DOMICELE KWAYAUSKAS Ji, , ' , 30 ELM STREET LEOMINSTER, Mfxss. ,F , is JUNIOR HIGH sci-mor, COURSE 5 ,ff 1 l ' "There are persurzx .fo radiant so 'I X i f , , ' , , 1 , i genza, .ro , 1 1 4, l kind, .fe pleamre-bearing, that you znstmctzfvely feel g 1 if f ,' 2 In tuelr .pre.rence that they do you goodf 'whose , 1 ,if E coming into the room is like the bringing of a N ' 1 5 lamp there." Q " f 3 -Henr Ward Beecher 1 ll l l i y ' I l 1 it President of Day Girls' Association, '3lg Vice Pres- .N i W i ,lr 5 ident of Junior Class, '30g Assistant Editor of Sax- I 5 Q 11, 5 ifrage, '31, Debating Club, '3lg Extra Curricular f MP A Committee, '31g Geography Club, '29, Glee Club,' Q1 5 ' '30, '31g W. A. A.3 "The Dragon of Wu Foo"g 5 ,I 1 Senior Prom Committee, '31. 5 " Z I 3 1 T ' : 1l Z i1 l ' ADRIAN EUGENE LAMBERT . HI, , 1' 643 SUMMER STREET HOLYOKB, Mnss. Z- ,ll , ,i j ' vRAcT1cA1. ARTS couRsE rf.. "lt is good to lengthen to the lrut a .runny mood." 1 5 Q il ' -Lofwell. "1 fi fl , . , Q , P1 E Nl , Gaveleer Society, 29- 31g M. A. A.Q Men s Student 5 ,5 gli 1' 3 Government: Senior Prom Committee, '31. W' i-1 if I 1l qi! I i lt : SJ 1 X -1:2 E 1 1 1 lf' S ' Y .f X1 1' T 5-1i lf l 1 li A i 31141 l1l. M Q -I' ', , N ,, , - , . be . HZ'-'Qtf'-35 -f' if - 1- f' fl' . '1i" ff-e"73-3?T'.5f-:+L- ll 571511:-1' ""f'5"..'5'3?fi3?"t.I?ER' QQ? TE' f .e r ' 1 " " "'1il ff",J' QA?-f 5. '? 1561 :1.r'e-fFXi1f!-W. .- T .- 1 fix -fmtf?-Q if-fe T, iw . gXlsej1r . , . . Uf--ff-911 mt- -:Q . ..f 'l:'i::V1-ii-:T, q ???:l-' EU 1: .vf 7. , ,, . V1 lrjfmfrr .J"'V'1 -"'v1"I1'1", KW ' .V ' 1 , i .,'W,' ,' li, ' 1,'.iAN'f..x7'1'l1fl7M-4m'i1ELM- I 'age jwy-ezlg ht 3 I V.. 436 ,ei . E ' on E - - A frfe -- A ' " f '. E-1,-if ...flf--1-fi 1 ' . .0 ' ".:ii' . T- ' P. 6.-:A du 3 af I U it 7 I L -s Q 1 f 'EYE 4.R..r ee . ' In film- ' ' Ib2!nfjlN1rE?fNt?:,E -.ins g 3 "" ""' """ ' 'I --aml ' 5-PF: ll 'ilu ,LQ Y is '4 P5-vr':.1xfx'.Tr -...Tv-4 f..L:'::.:ijL, beg do rf '22t.Irtl..I.L.............L.........l'.T......:f...fa.............i,.'.L.E1.,-S55 VAN-.e..:mwK1??i1Z1r -A-- ........... ' if iq? L N '!l..YluI::......--"" . " li 4 6 L V. 1 H 4 h - 1 l . i' B is Il . I I Ili ,N l ' 51 , 5 l li , 'I 'X ' , MARY LOUISE LAWLESS A I, I f ,lg 5 123 WALNUT STREET - SoMERvII.I.E, MAss. , M 'WV ELEMENTARY COURSE fl l Y, li I' "Of quiet and .ftudious aspect is she." , ,Qi 1 ll! Glee 'Cl.ub, '30g Dormitory Student Government i' ,Ill ,lv .ASSOCIRUODQ VV. A. A. l 3 . . , . I , . l It V I ill i y ii' li' I i . 5' ' 3 ' 1.l All Il A : i E V114 .Ill ' AW . H 3 ALFRED CLEMENT LAWRENCE 5 ,ly 5 l fix 6 IJENNY STREET WoRcEsTER, MAss. A l " oh JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL coURsE , ll "find :till they gazed, and :till the fwondcr grefw, Jn I I' , That om' .small hrad should carry all he knew." ix X A All -Goldxmith. 3 Mli Editor Normal Record, '30g Glee Clubg Student F' l 5 UI Councilg Orchestra: Geography Clubg M. A. A.: I 1 I Men's Student Governmentg Senior Prom Commit- , I L 5 :V i tee, '31. g yy 5 i Y E I I 5 . I 5 I l S . I L F: 'il 1 il if fl, , fl i 5 ALIDA BEATRICE LECLERC .- , ' .ll . l S? HAIvIII.ToN STREET ' WoRcEsTER, MAss. "Q ' Mlm l ' I' Q ' JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE A W It 3 .fgyzaa fthouzh on plgagrlurc .thc -was bent, if lj I t V I, In Ia a rugal mm ." V I JI -Cofwpcr. l f.. E' l . - 4 ' lr QY Nh, ' Head of Basketball, '30, Head of Hockey, '30, '31g -2' nl I Q ,I ,S Captain of All Normal Basketball, '30, All Nor- ' Ill! Q Nil mal Hockey, '29, '30, Orange Soccer, '31g Tennis M , a Tournament, '30, '31g Day Girls' Associationg' ' y , I., 4 A W. A. A. Board, '29, '303 Senior Prom Commit- ' Q X ll! 5 N i tee, '31, y 7 gl I ' .l TI li A' K , 's 2: - .Y . f 5 I 3 . X Tears - L -- if 11. - , ' . f 7 ' Z Lg - ".- ' f'?'T7il7.2?5N .-tgmwyyin , - frfilz : 4e1fTf-ifirrf e t.. i .-:asf x e "f: T f"'-f:H f+:eQ- - sw I I-'.:i':,:g,.J' :. - , .,,y.w,g.f,..,-,,.,. 4, ,,,, Q, , , Page flfl",V'7l1-716' F2531 r f . J .1 5 " '-jf'?iil.lT f f wwf? 1 1 du 6 EVE i u 1, 1 13" ,f-'5'f-fx:-tg '- .-. 1. 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A.: 11 1 11 Day Glrls' Association. i 1 1 11 1 " 1' 1 I 1 11. 1- 111 '11 1 1 1 1.11 3 1111 1111 1'1" C11 ,111 111 1 11 2 111 11 JOHN BERE M,1cF,xRL.1xNE 111 1 111 1 25 I-Ilm-1 STREET VVEs'r DUXBURY, MASS. 111 1 1 X 1 vR.'xcT1c.x1, ARTS COURSE 1 1 111 "Nrfu1'r ifllr ll uzomrnr but Illrifly zum' thoughtful f 1 112 1 of olh1'r.v." 1 1 111 I1 1 -Longfrllofw. 111 1 1 . Glce Club, '30: M. A. A.: Men's Student Govern- 1 1X1 1 1' ment. 51 1 I 1 11 5 1 1 1111 Q 1 5 s 11 5 I 11 1 i1 .11 - qi 11 5 1 . 3 C K: HERI MCH H 1 1 1 1 102 CHAR s R1 R B1xs1 ARK Y NEWQI , Mfxss. ' 1 11 1111 LEMENTARY coUR A . A1 ' far fwilll gl drzrss 1' ad! 2 1 2 111 0 rlfs by hr man I lIl'J.f br fl!" "1 A 1 1 ,Q 111 or 01115 1 11 1? 5,1 111 Sa ' pfe - a ' - ' Deba Counc I, 1305 firl Q 111 1 1 Scou -, '30 . . A g Dor i Student Go ern- 111 E2 1111 . me , Seni r Prom ommit ee, 1. 1 1 1 5 1 X jj: Q2 E 1 X IL 1 I 1 , X ' A 1, 1 1 1 Q f X 1 x 1111543 1 1jg 2'i'1f. 11 k E 1 , FX X - 1 - NE --'fa E . 1 ,,W,,-. ,g ...F - -A-1 --A-,E , E.- J. . t ul ---, ' " Qgflgf 11z1..1sx1vy1W,. f - :L ' - "":"-:Q--E wp EQ- -kflvf 1 ax' nff f' - ,:.Ufi?f3 11 .:.1,...,,l,?r-'aeg -. , Q .5531-ge-:fgLfg? " -5.4 ,I ,ilgz-.4 -f13.if-. TT, Mzgz' si.1'fy 3 J 53 , P f ff ,Li-"er " Y "-- in ' 'TL' ""f'?i5+ i " V '14 " '-Q T ,:1"'f + ""+f1..g 'I ff. E HQENNI flu I! U I It - AC O 'QW :III Q tx It 5 ?-cz:-':i ' ,ggaggfg 'X . We I 1- 5 U FINA -A ef- is Q.-:+L ., - jf 1 Qw- J gt 5 ' X fig-iw O gf - M ' ':' 17-A' J, 2' :!,,EL1.U4L.x. - 4 ,... .fn-'Li "" -1:-ff:-. -..- f' .Jmruui-I w1-.N, tl -1,. I-..,I.I...I......,.:,.I.. .... ..................' .,.. :Mb 'Ill'-...,.,:1?-f'..:f'v, : ---A, . .,., ,......,...I.Iu.I. a mi' ' I 3 II: . l " Leflri Q 131 l 5- ' .. I E2 DOROTHY ELAINE MCMANUS I 5' ,fi .I 3 , 37 BAY STREET TAUNTON, MAss. ul, A fx. f EI.EMEN'rARY COURSE l. N .lwl VI'-' g "Thr noblrxt mind thx' bn! C0flfL'7lflI1t'Ill has." W l . I nhl, Girl Scouts, '31, Glee Club, '30g Hockey, '30: Ill , 11. 5 Baseball, '30g W. A. A.g Dormitory Student Gov- R IW 'll I ernment. i ,Il fl, 2 ' - . l , 'II 94, s , I J I I ? ',, 5 ,' I. s V i II il' . I l ll ' ll' l 5 '. I III ,Il I Z br.: QI, I I 2 , ' ' I l 'I l l I 'l I LEO OVILA MAILLET I 7,5 , ll ? 35 NUTTING STREET FITCHBURG, MAss. Q 'lf' , Nell X JUNIOR I-IIGI-I SCHOOL coURsE f ' l, A "KnofwIrdgc, in truth, i.r fha glrrat .run in the firm- " l f ,H , i I nmenl. I I f If 5 Lzfc and pofwvr are .vcattrrnd 'with all il: bcam.r." X . ! . X, : X 3 -Damrl We'b.rtrr. 2 l Q I Assistant Editor Normal Record, '30g Glee Clubg 'll' Q M ,N Dramatic Club, '29-'31g Public Speaking Club, '29g 3' lx Q g .HI M. A. A., Men's Student Government: Senior I ' l Prom Committee, '31. it .2 I ll j 1 li' Z If lil ' ' . ll I i Q ll 'I DOROTHY RUTH MANNING l ' N1 26 ACADEMY STREET FITCHBURG, Mass. ly, E ' I .- JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE , l I il "Sha made nach day',r lwork a source of new I 1 , F ? growth in pofwfr and aNhr1'z'faiion." 1,51 I , -Griggs. I 'F QA f Debating club, 'soy Glee Club, '29, 'sog Art'Club, ll, , Lv Il '29g Day Girls' Associationg W. A. A.g Senior ll Q ig IE Prom Committee, '3l. 511, l I EI I li V l Pri E ' " N lx H I 1 f lL E P . ' 5fl'll?l. I ' A : f- f .f " ':" i" : -' Y, .qi -1-,nf rg i .5 . A 'LE m -lv5rbII.If,f.Q4 -at ITL!-Q iufyyigfu . :,- ' ,f'+4,,,,,,:V,I V - gif v- A A A I I I : Q 'I 4 , 7,14-....--f , - -.R A1 X M.. I O' . -, I J l..f.fZi4" I1..L-'HJ' , . ,' ' I- E..--:F-:,r,., . ,L ,,,.:. V ,.,.:,.Z E5 2 -, '. 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"" ' I : 'll House President, Palmer Hall, '31g Saxi age' ' ' 'Q Board, 'Sly Glee Club, '30, '31g Orchestra, '30, '3lg I ' "I I Girl Scouts, '30g VV. A. A.: Dormitory Student I ' If 'I - Govern t. ' I . l I I ,xxx 1 l ' -. Z I' l ,lr ' I 5 I l ll 1 l if . . I w I2 P, 1 ': 1 fJ .Gt-V a ,.1 I ' . , lqllkl ' uv ' lj, I . ALICE WINCHELL METCALF . 4 , I, , li ' BRIMFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 5 ' 2 N I Ml i ' l , JUNIOR HIGH scHooI, coURsE J j " fx X "Za-aloux, yet modc.rt,' innocent though free: f f I E ,H Patient of toil: .rcrcna amidst alarm.r,' 1 ' I ff f ,I 3 lnflnxihle in faith: infuinciblc in arm:." 'I I --Beattie. . , .2 li 1 ' I ' 1, l I I ,Nl hit, lltl' ' I I I ' . l-'resident of Student Government, '31g Saxifrage ' : I I' rt 1' I , Jo Q ., Board, 31: Inter-Normal Debate, '29g Extra Cur- ' 1 'll 3 ,W f ricular Committee, '31, Debating Club, '29g Glee - ,,,, l ' iff QL Q Q Club, '3Og Dramatic Club, '30, '31g Public Spealbo -. f, S , j ' ing Club 'z9- W. A. A. M Q h X l , .1 I, 5 , Q If SEAS! N 'hi PIII , , ,gr ,ILL lil - I ' ll -.E 'il I '. VIRGINIA MIKAELIAN -3' ,F T 'llgl Q? V I 161 Poifma Srkazr CHELSEA, MAss. . I J' . .ll u . ml i ELEMENTdR1fCOURSE , 1,1 v .V "Soft ru .rome .tang dtfvzne, thy :tory j1ofw.r- 5 ,fl Q .4 :tary zn which natwe humor: rezgn: Q H, 3 IA' I: oflrn usrful, alfzpays entt'rta1n:." . 'fl 'u 1 I -Hovwr F ii 11 3 ,f I Saxifrage Board, '3l: Glee Club, '30g Debating lg, fi 1 Club, '31g Baseball, '30g Hockey, '303 W. A. A. ll -I " N V Cheer Leader, '30, '31, Dormitory Student Govern- Lg ' li l mem- Us 5 1 . , I N - h l 5 v - -:I X, 1 N225 it .. QI fi 11 -l .2 1 xg V L1 r' Y ' L, , "-1: , ' -.5 ---- I 7 tt?-'zrgffggp ff :uw,,g,'f:-5, +11-L rgigg :' 1"'-f'2- ,g?:"ff,'-riltrjgiy ,LQQIF-5,-Q D -45 :1f1If'fi'i tf+:" - '-Q s? - fe -' A -- 3-Anka' ef., ffofei- I 'buffgzigii 1-eg-.,. ,.-,,:Ie, 721- I 'X' "' " 'L 'ALI gfx TLWJEJJTEN , 1, 'ri .' 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NWA l - f Sy' 1 U , f - 1 Q Q gd ws . l F a t 1 iso, 1 Q2"Jf,x!rg5r"vr,,f"'r'A'?2 fb:-'Gp fe-'ily l A F HARRIEI I MILLS 1 l ll I Nl 5 ASHBURNHMI MAss,xcHUsE'r'rs 1,11 1 ! 1 l 5 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE 11 1 'i 1 11 , , 1,1 lf .11 1 ll? F. L F :- L S B U .Q E xl "Frfw flllll-41 arf' illzlrosxiblz' to diligmcz' and .vlefll." 1 , 1 ll, YVoodworking Club, '29Q Glee Club, '29, '30q Day 1 ll , Girls' Association, '29g W. A. A., Dormitory Stu- X 1 I I dent Government, l30, '31. 1 l il 'l E M1 5 1 5 W1 5 1 E 1 ' . 'I 4 1 2 li 1 1 Z l i 1 5 lll Z 1 l l: ll Q ANNA ANTONIA. MISIASZEK ll , ,l 15 Mll.l. STREET SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS, 5 1 5 'H X1 3 -' El.m1EN'rARY couksa , "By Jporls Iilrf thzxvr, arf' all lhrir Carr: l11'guil'd." 5 'yu -Goldsmith. -1 1' VV. A. A. 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If , Ii Ik JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE ' g lb K "To br mrrry hrs! bfromo: you,' for out of qum- li, 5' 3 ,' 1 tion you -wrrf born in a marry hour." I' i I 'if E -Shakespeare. ' Q i I ' Saxifrage Board, '30 Debating Club, '30g Glee ' N Ill on Club, '30, Soccer, '30, '31, W. A. A.g Dormitory ill, I 1 5 Student Government. ' I ' i iiuw 5 A i I - I ,. 5 , ' I 5 , I 1 2 2 IV f III I I if If I RICHARD JosEPH OLIVER I' Y ' 1+ COLUMBIA STREET GLoucEsTER, MASS. ' I ' - I-RACTICAI. ARTS COURSE I I ' Ii "Br il jafwrl or toy, g 2 ', Not lhr prizlc gifva: the joy, ' I I I I VI But tha' xtrwing to fwin the prim." ,I 1 u ' I Y fi if A ' -Caxton. i 'H Snxifrage Board, '31g M. A. A., Men's Student IXI . I It Government. II Hin A Ii ilu V I 1 Q i I' IFS S X f , I I l xx I f 27 if ' ' H It X I, ' 1 'I V L . E: 1 : I X17 i4 I ,-. . ., I . . ...I ' A' W t - , , A ,.r 5' 5 1 . , .,.- ,F-5 'g' ' ... . I , , M , ' -If-Y! IIIERIF 1 , 7 cwuiffiii . - i L-I 'ff'sMff'!f.1f ' 'I ' ' .. .ein-' 'Rm ? 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COURSE M I ,lv ".-Ind imlrrd I lzrlimm no man mvvr talked batter, l lm E , if l Earl: xr-nlrnrr hangx prrfrdly paired lo a letter." pm!! -I -Lofwrll. ll l it, ' Class President, '29, Class Treasurer, '30, '31: lll III - In-esadem of Mohawk Club, '31, Play "In the l , , ' ,I Next Room," '29, President of Dramatic Club, '29, ' l ' ,If 5 Glee Club, Mohawk Play "The Haunted House," 5 I J I: ' '31, M. A. A., Men's Student Government, Senior l .' ' l.", Prom C nittee, '3l. ' 5 5 5,- ' 1 ' I ' f",l,. ll ll Q 'i Q ' ' ,- ,. 1 , Wil' , lx BERNICE CATHERINE O'NEI ' E I ll l -I-S MARION STREET FITCH RG, MASS. 5 'di I l I i 'l 1 JUNIOR HIGH scHooI. COURSE I ' I A I l I I lf' ".-I mrrry hrarl lllllkffll a rlmrrfxll roImIrII1Inc1'." , Wllll f If 3 -Biblr. N I Glee Club, '31, Craft Club, '29, W. A. A., Day . Il Girls' Association. 'l C l lllll ii l 'l I f I lf 2 C f "I I 2 1 A: s f I E I I FRANCIS PATRICK O'TOOLE 5 Il I Ng ' Z3 COACHLACE STREET CI,INToN, MASS. I ' , JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE Q , i I I l ya, "Ile myho l1im1'.r -. 'II H, Hu .voul lo knofwlrdgr, .rtralr the key of lmrwrrnf' rl' fl ga -Willis. 'l, l, 3 ,I I Glee Club, Student Councilg M. A. A.: Men's WI, lf lg Student Government. I f' 'I li R l I+ E fl I fs, 'lf 'S - ' Q 1 71 5 if 1? ' Q 7- I j' gl ' ' ' ,f H e j .I sq ":"':F+ ...M V A--' . Y' -W ' f- , - ,-... ' .f ... i ' :n f 1 Q eww- . -' .- ., Y , FL- .- -- vw . -- -f-:----'-1:.:- . , - . -1-. '?:'f- x -127 'L-N .RJ I XT .....4gL . ..-E 'ai'-T T.. ",7fg1i'-l',gg,'fg-:':fE-A----ff - ' ' - --1f ,L-A ' I'b"rff":r'r1Yy." .',f . ' -.EL 2-ff: -A Mfr af", fa fvbttfyfie 1 - - :, . +'1Sif 'lfe'-4.f fx Y ittvfnpe-51+ li .- T.,--.2 Fr-4-1sf,, Q-QZTZ, L " e i i ,fp " "' A.4's.+Eg-.-?513FfFYfi""1ff7','. ,-' SZEST1' - -- ' 'T 7 ll " ,,, f ' J5 fi"-:W 9 l'n.13z' s1'.1'Q1'-seven ' 'fl 2211, A , Tigyiggg i, - :' - c Er 1- U tt lltffxg-fm TIA-, . 2' fm' li 0 . . if Ei , 'flli txt, . --If - ,. -i 4 1 sw ',-.1 . r 5' . .-Ara t SP , ! 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' if l . . . ' lm A ".-I frirmlship that make: thc lcaxt none 1: lvrry ' : l - F Ii l l l - 1 nflrn Ihr most uxfful, for -whirh reason I .rhould I I E 5 prrfrr a prmirnl friend to n zealous one" xi, 5' -Addison. "Y, 3 Assistant Head of Basketball, '313 Day Girls' Asso- I N at 5 s ciationg YV. A. A.: Senior Prom Committee, '31. ii - el. . . i 3 QM f M s r s 4 5 3 g F i li l- I s- l v .l', fi, i 1 1 , I ,E 5 i PAUL JOSEPH PLANCHET, JR. t i , 145 BUCKNAM STREET Evsnerr, MAss. i ll, 5 - 5 1 f G lx ri 5 PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE E g 1 I - , Q f ".-lrt if the right hand of nature. The latter ha: 5 W I i Q ' ,'. only gifzfrzx us bring, the former hax made us men." 4, fl id" -Srhillcr. Nl A Saxifrage Board, '31g Gaveleer Society, '30, '31g li, ' l Q Glee Clubg M. A. A.: Men's Student Governmentg gg ll Senior Prom Committee, '31. ll, ,4 1 5 1 E v H L sl' IJ E ' 'L I ' ll? 5 A 2 .fa -J A gf 1,12 i Jail gl ' KF ff' 'I . - -L H j w 2 I X., its. . . , W, n .x K, '1 ' ' " -V - , ' ' ' 1 . 2 1 -- V ' I-25-izfx. - -iff:-tai-ie:--G-QL-1 T2' T?-7t1 Z.r....,S -f .- 1- Z A fig: , li - A ti E I . QA:-L-... -ff: i 2 X 'l . - -I Y- .ziia-if-,LYS-5'R"""f? wi, if '-if -'Taf f y 7 5.,..'Z'f",,'.? if e Q 3 C55 1 ' H fitP , Ql-sf? 'age Sl..l'4j'-51:2 hi fi v , 'Y1'5v'lE'2'5177'55i'I :I I I I I.. 7 +- -N--if H. ,,,....c.... -- 1 -vw --fQi1f.iLe2 M -A .L, fg,4 'i ' f " ,ie 1' il.: " 1 "-ff -L..-2Z'f'!' ""' 4. C- l-,lL:f" -l ' , Nw? E 53 3 53 'W 9 ef 1 If It "W ,' 1 -' . 1 1 f'T3'f' L 2 gf- F' :"'T?"'f': CX I in ' JV' . I ' 4- ' ' .i .- .. CL. I . 4 --'tin -ff .ek I' I l II . 1 ' 'x, - -- ' ' - 5 ,f err ' " .- He, 214 fu F-'nf ETE5'fl'ihI,j:,L'-'Q,m,,f-rgqgt T- ,gs 7 ,IAInHL1Lux.LA,- . 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GERTRUDE MARJA PUHAKKA I 2 .4 195 MARSHALL STREET FITCHBURG, MAss. I I . ' JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CoURsE f I 'N Il "The keen .rpirit I 7 5 5 ., Seizex the prompt occaxzon, make: the thought 3 IJ g . Star! info instant action and at once '- A Planx and performs, reffolfues and executed" Fl 'Ill I ' -More. I' 3 ,I I Q I ,3 Editor-in-chief "Literary Lane," '31g Class Secre- I Ill I lm I tary, '30, '313 Saxifrage Board, '31g Orchestra, '30, 5 Il is " g '31: Glee Club, '3lg Geography Club, '29' ? LQ, 5 ' W. A. A.g Day Girls' Association. 3 lu N llf I: 5 . l , ,, ' I 'I T iii Ee I . if if I - .E . 'L A J S i J X 'T ' , J I .' ' Q' f'-if'-:. . , A .-,, ,... J- , ,.. Q"- -- -L - ..--N A -- --... -... 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Glee Club, '30, '31q Debating Club, '30, '31g . i 1 XV. .-X. A.: Dormitory Student GON'CFH . Q . . t if Q FMT? Ei W ll lxflli l l I ll. V o'fm h ill .ll l I :Q MM ?.:"'. E . 4 ? EDSON ERNEST RICE g ' T X 3 Cl.lF'I'0N 'FERRACE WORCESTER, MASS. 5 T f 1 l .E 2 I vR.xcT1cAl. ARTS COURSE . n F , 1 Q "Sim'friIy, Il Jrrp, grnuim' Jinrrrfly, ix a Irnit l ' 1 ' of lrur and nulllr manhood." 'V l 1 - l l l 1 v - 5 . . -Shrrnr. 1 - i . . .l . g M. A .A.: Men's Student Government. ly i 1 ll ll l f . 4 i i f i .i 5 5 - ' J . : 1. E , l' ' I V, 9 - CATHARINE ELIZABETH ROGERS - 1 . . l . , ' 9 Lmcom: STREET FITCHBURG, MASS. - ,tl g 1 JUNIOR mon Scl-loot. COURSE ' - it One Year Teaching Experience 1 5 N :T "Ii.vhau.rring lhought, . V T Qi find hlfvmg fwlsdom with mrh ,vtudzour year" N off. - -Byron. Q l In ' Saxifrage Boarcl,"313 Track, '28g Orange Hockey lk! R. Team, '31g Varsitv Basketball, '28, '293 Glee Cluhg E l l - VV. A. A.g Day Girls' Association. l l' ' l . 'l ' h , la 'Q ll . 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' l l : l ' 'I I W il., -Ilnrrlfk. ,ll ff ,QA Saxifrage Board, '31q Dormitory Student Govern- ll. lr' 3' nfl! W-xIne il Secretary, '30, '31g W. A. A. HIM Fi N 9, E, I I ll' fl C ' ,125 -40za1,4,g I ! moi W la 2 I I I f Us El dagafj '- ' I - M-Q. E If 'J . - A , I, j I 4, 1, .aE. 13 --'- T ' ' mn . T211-" 4 aff?-'fi - Ti 2 av-f.MIff.yf',, , Q - I f--A T- .E E 2 -'1 - . 2 - E - 1. -M Mp-f ,.- +E:2f.3-QKQIQT in .E I -1 - 4- -fwfr., A W-as 1 X- , '14, 332 '- gif? Q:J5v. Page sezwxly-fu'o ..,.Alw,vJ: DAQ' OQA-'as' 'I -jfM2g"'.5F, C. . I , :Q M Q - ft? E gcf,,,,. .W - me - - 1 - T .NLT--13? T if E ' -E + Ei - 'A 1 - - - 'f" -I ' 4 9 :I 15-ri-"'-r' -N" -5 - ' -Qu Q., 2 f ', 15 se ti , -E .1 - ,-Y-f-nwgihf 'J-rf. 2. fzgjjf b fi. W ' 5 -.STKE iff, ' -' Jr:-:P Liam f':"'. F11 .:f?CQ,i' .5 ,Q k ri i A , ,.,., -. .. if gg. : 3-7,34 Whig. k 52.451 is " V' i - H 'Y WED C153-riif T' f ' 21'-"1"i:' 'M .... ' 'SV- 4- ' ' i ,,.. 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A., Men's Student i v N N N f' f Government, Senior Prom Committee, '31. i J i 'if ' L 1-T .- 5 T : i, DZ.-1 lil . if f X . ALBERT RICHARD STUDER 1 , 265 CHAPMAN STREET GREENFIEl.D, MASS. 3 ' xi Q PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE 'ik ' ri "Our inch of joy .mrmourm of grit' II span, i a - ' - it g N' lirrrzun' lo laugh IJ prolwr la flu' man." -8 ' i fl i -Rabrlzzis. ,W T., M. A. A., Men's Student Government: Senior Prom ' ' 5 W 1 5 Committee, '31. t i i 3 ,T I: WI' 5. - , ,T I yvi A i , I 11 ji S, l 5 ii!! i K. 5 i , , W i ' ' ti if Jax. K 7 "' ' ' A ' X -I ---C f, --.--,i -. '- 1'- : .. - Aer' -' ' - .-E :--t- E' 2:12 . igvzirrlf-i3 ,:i' gli-it-e:f ' T iFf F-5Ef.Z2.'l , Tfkii f 'Wifi 'gn .1-ga, e:,c"',x:,.- ' 7 7 .. ,,,,.4-Lg mi. ,.:- ,'i fr 5 4 - 1251- -':"":-T' lf- -- 1?--.,,j,,::?Qx RB-Arif' Q i 2 zibtf 'b'4"35iiZ + "r"'P ' " ' ' -E 3 39.241 1 ? 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' T 5 l 3 -Pope 3 5 1 . ll x ' 1 : ' f ' Treasurer Dormitory Student Govern nt, '31 ' ' I" N I Glee Club, 'Sly Dramatic Club, '3l5 Bla H 'UT I 5 I i Team '31' Bas all '30 . . ."" ' X l ' ill of WiTFa1:,"' T ' V - 4 T i ' 3 l ' 'L ' W ' 'f Wi I Q' T ,oiywywwl , ,I . TA 5 ' ' E T Y 2 ID , Ii IT.i..: ti TT 5 l T' l l www V I 5 l ', T , i L :lil T ALIC CEC IA IER Y 6 A I y f ' 'O 7 PLEASANT STREET CLINTON, MAss. I If 'T l ELEMENTARY couRsE l I TL ,ll "The joy of youth, and health her eve: displayed, ,, 4' f W. And eaxe of heart her every look conveyed." Ml 5 5 jh' XV. A. A.g Day Girls' Assoeiationf 1 Nl f' l . 1 ' , I K l : iq hu' T l lg? Q ,T yi . r . Il SZ .3 il 2 ll . Pa J . l Tu f ' '1 . fa N ' Q IT - E ' , lx. lf! l il I 'I Q , it TE ML Y J I 5 A. V ,.--ff. :M -- .- V in Tv-, -. 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'H--H.. ..., -'f- :L--R -...., .-v- ,551 w E R ATL. K i Ee Q A ' -' A e - cox X . sem. . vi, X . W ...if 1 ,M oo K WHMCQ S Lu e gifs T X fav www. N STRQ6 QINGFI , ' K ,y 1 ELEMlNuRb,Qu 3 . ,Q H 043' "' 'mer u temper jozne fwih 'nnoccnce fwzl UP I 'ij' ,W fffqflff bf0'l e, If fd .en-zu' will 4 .1 5, 1 W , Z wit W D 0 --Addison. . l ii f . Saxifrage Boaggl' .Varsit o 157311: Hockey J R' . '30, '31, Dra l ceQn1a, gfaizyiyfgumlli Q. g - V' W. A. A. Treasurer: Dorm' Student overn- E ,ill ment, Senior Prom Commit ' . Q i 1 - wi' W UA Y " y. N 5 W ,, J i i M N! X ' L ' fi, ' 'Q 1: ' ' Q 'RUTHE TROTSKY Q ' lx 10 UNxoN STREET WEBSTER, MASS. lx' z, . ix ELEMENTARY coURsE V " "Alot ay ynarzr, but by disposilion ix fwi.ra'om i i i H 1 2 a arqulred. I N 16 3 ', ' 5 . -Plantus. X 3 lx ,X 2 ' if I Dramatic Club, '31, Glee Club, '30, '31g Debating IN, . ii 5 Club, '31, W. A. A., Dormitory Student Govern- 'l il 1 S II. ' Q ' WW """ 1 ,uf i li, 1 . lj 5 2 . e - if rl W f 5 ' ? g 2 is u : 1:1 j 5 'I Q -E h - ' 1 li 5 Q DOROTHY AGNES TURCOTTE . N, 1 5 33 CONGRESS STREET F11-cz-muac, MASS, . W A ,il , Ni JuNxoR HIGH SCHOOL COURSE ' , 'f 5 .I A "Bright la: the :un her eye: the gazer: strike, Q I 5 5 I V52 And, hke the run, they shine on all' alike." ", fi ay ' -Pope. 'yi ,fi 'Ii I Saxifrage Board, '31, Secretary of Freshman Class, Q wi w Q If ,' '29, Debating Team, '29g Dramatic Club, '29, '31, fill Ni Bowling Team, ' '29, Day Girls' Association: 5 W' ' 1 N W W. A. A.: "The Dragon of Wu Foo," '31, Ii, E ' i in lil l ' 'fir 5 1" -1 ff ,rf fl wi! H L, ...ng 4. . . '. 1g :i .. : Hg, SQ1, 4 L:'4 .E..4.:.....-1 .5 -. 1-Q ' Wi 5 ---f-fha?-V - LL ' 4- .74 'QPTJ-"f-fl'--V-V- --"' 'M ' - , 1'-A .'?5'w':w?5 ff Q' 'f5ff......,-- .Q --- 45121. 1.? 3 QQQL: - bmgkx lj --.aa ' N "" 'f-- .1-ll-H -xsi X H 3 ' E' -.- - ... -:-n-?--- -:-.M ,. - ' W. ---.- ' 5 -A -22-1:."EN4Z1keI'P ff +R- Mfjal -Rf' '-:Qi i r Jig, 'veg -'fiqt-'f.-'H-: T Y -V Q :-'wi 1S.7,f Ii lfizge sezfenly-x1'.r . ! i i A v t. I I l 1 l E l A mfr -1-if as - .,1..f-ff A T fe lr f a- 1 f . -E + Q: I - c la 1 U tt A ill' 5 . fi-ll' Z . E -ff! G f' .1-A rs "2-fr - Q A 7 'f ' ff' xv 901,41-'c ' .9 2- ss. .. s. E J?!.sl44'- 1 2, . -- than ' . T 21-f""""'w D A . ' .' 1 f 5,4 1 e 5 E l W f Tl i .1 ' ly , u ' UT, L FLORA MARGUERITE VERDERBER xi .Wo I -11 Wn.soN STREET Nonwoon, Mass. M Ar , f E JUNIOR HIGH scHooL COURSE ' l q,,' ' 1' "The mildest manners and the gentIest'heart." L l , .Will -Homer. my , ,J f Glee Club, '29, '30, Bridge Club, '29, W. A. A., ', ill: 'll ' i Dormitory Student Government. Q Ml I i 'Ill . I I Q ' mi' 'l l E ,l ,I 1 1 , V 'l I 1' " l ' l l Il l ll' 5 A A l' ' i l lf' li i . E I ,Nl ll' l ii . ' l T g LOIS ALBERTA MAE WADE ' f 'NN' 3 , I2 MCKNIGHT STREET SPRINGFIELD, Mass. W ,K ' ' xt ' ELEMENTARY counsa ' F IV , '24 lofvely countenance is the fairest of all sights, , Ill ,Q f , A and the sweetest harmony is the sound of the 'voice ' I 1 li l of her whom 1-we love." ll ' ' V' 5 r --Bruyere. W-Q! 1 ll Saxifrage Board, '31, Glee Club, '30, '31, Hockey, 'I 1, f A '30, Soccer, '30, Basketball, '30, W. A. A., Dormi- N 5 , W, tory Student Government Council, Senior Prom j , - sl C 'tt '31, - f - . ii 1 , 3 omml ee, V X WLKVLAX :ll lull, , 'QQJ ,wevfwf fe . fe 1 , E fll ,,,,',, "if,1'. .' 'i I I L lb L N fr f X, MARGARET MQRY WARD C.""',-VMLX - 1' elif R " 26 LINDEN STREET FITCHBURG, Mass. W," . I 1 E - Jumon mon sci-root. COURSE V696 r ' M One Year Teaching Experience , I y 1 I. i "An inborn, grace that nothing lacked 'f ll 5 tl 3 Of culture or applianeef , Y , 'I 4 The 'warmth of genial courtes Ml A 5 . -V , ' ? The falm of self-rel1anee." 7 ,N ug' , i -Whittier. il ,E , til ,W Business Manager of Saxifrage, '31, President of . Z ll w 3 ,E Massachusetts Inter-Normal Debate League, '28, 'l lqll lvl '29, '30, President of Debating Council, '29, Keene 5: 1' , ' "' ti Debate, '28, Inter-Normal Debate, '29, Associate ? I I. I, ' Editor Normal Record, '29, Debating Club, '28, ,7 js QM' . 5 ' 'Q '29, '31, Geography Club, '29, Glee Club, '29, q f 1 ,- -., 5- f' f Dramatic Club, Dav Girls' Association, W. A. A. , 5 EW' ' . . l li , A E' Q. il rf- .- X '5'?b5f 'ts. . -. U- ' .. - . , , ,,,.-,. 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I Ju gf' f I I f i ' 9.5 I -Q - gf 'g ' f.-2 l 5 ' l RICHARD ALLAN VVARD ga' ll ' , 107 MIICIIANIC STREET LEOMINSTER, MASS. ' ll ' 4' 1 .ua N ' I 3 I Q N , IIRACTICAI. ARTS coURsE Pdlwjg- lf 3 l-y L5 l' ri: f Uliarn for .fIu'rf:.r, he .fccirivd f -. - J " , l I A lvl llflth gran' Io fl.Ul7l, Iwllh heart Io holdflbl , .Q , I I' 1 lVilh shining gifts that look all z'yz'.v." lx ll, L 1 -Emerson. 1' Il ll, Vice President Men's Student Government: '31, ll li 'lx 'I Vice President Mohawk Society, '31, SaxIfrage 9 1 I - 1' Board, '31, Glee Club, '29, '30, Dramatic Club, , TJ .ll ' yaraitysoclcerl, R0,30CagiaiILIVaxrsi2' Slolfcer. j 3 , arsity as'et1a,' ,' , .r.I., en's , I xy' 'f 1 ' Student Government, Senior Prom Committee, '3l. l ',', 1.9 I l 'll l i pl, ,' I IRJA VIENO VV.-XRIS , ,fl ' S+ MARsHAI.I. S'l'REET FITCIIBURG, MAss. 1 , X JUNIOR IIIGII scHooI. COURSE . i L Il I "Thr lighl of Ivfvr, Ihr purity of grarr, i Ill N , Thr llllllll, Ihr music breathing from hrr fair, , l 5, gf ft Thr hi-art fwhosr .rof1n,r.r,f harmonizml the fwholr- f l, g .lml oh, rhar ryr was in itxrlf a .roul."' , lm I ,l I 5 Assistant Director of Junior High School Glee Club, N , ' 5 '30, '31, Saxifrage Board, '31, Words of junior V I l Il 'I 5 Claw Song '30' Dramatic Club '31' Glee Club ll' l Wh '29 ,H'30, lleaclyof Hiking, '31, 'Geography Club: ' ,lla '29, junior Representative: W. A. A., Day Girls' Q ' l Association, President of Girls' Glee Club, '31, 'full Q "The Dragon of Wu Foo," '31, Debating Club, K, ,rl '31, Senior Prom Committee, '31, Inter-Normal , ,lll E - Forum, '31 . E A 5 ' Z i l I i ie- - -l I' 1' ' I i I l. ETHELYN CLAIRE WATSON f V I 20 M'r. PLEASANT AVENUE LEOMINSTER, MAss. i ' 1 l ,HI JUNIOR HIGH scHo0I, COURSE l 'j 5 . "llrr air, hrr mannrrs, all who .mfw admir'd,' 5 N Courlrous lhough roy, and gentle though. rcfir'd,' MW' ,I ' Thr joy of ynufh and health hfr eye: d1.vplay'd.' Iv ff' 55, nh .flnrl ran' of hrart hrr rfvrry look convey'd." ' 1 I! I' - . Ia- -Crablzv. 3 ,zz li ' Editor-in-chief of Saxifrage, '31, Secretary of Day 'll' ,' . 'l I Girls' Association, '29, Geography Club, '29, Glee I, , E ' Club, '29, '30, '31, W. A. A., Debating Club, '31, rx. I Operetta Committee, '31, Senior Prom Committee, E' V 3 li ,I '31' 13 ' ' l -1' E'I"I 3? f I If f,' E' ' l' 'L A 2 ,V X 'r Y ., - ,J ' -! ff - M , i . Mgr, . ' V.-4, Q H -- ,M , ,,.,-, ,.. . A ,,, ' 'S vsx- - we 21-Lg at ' fli5Axmw,' ?"ff9ie ,gifi c ufyygslga . .4 I Q. -I- ee wh -MN C, A or ij-'I I 'lliljf srzfelfyf-:'igh! rj. ' Q "' f"'T TlaiffxiiiilfIf-3" ?:T1"'7'1"f"7' ffil- 'ifl ' l C' l -E + A' 5514317-fi? -row ?-ivfia-Rxwsi :. . ...f -+-' ' 1.5- A --Le k. ,. f1:...7 "-T:gz1f-l1- 'wg-.X 'I 2 'Q du 5 3 1 If It 9Wf,g QI f... ip it - .1 5-+ 5 , Mn ifwo aafa w I-- fs?-1-EI ' I 1151 4464 ,,.e:.fja"v5g?Q:L i ' 'fi 3 ggi? . ,mf ..,. - ,F-. . AI aim if 4, - C , ' A 555 IQZBXQI, T, 5 'Q "' " .. f- J-HQ 'T' if' 7 ' 'I' 'A 5' 1-"fgL.,15I"' --H... .,,, y'---f1'?+134-- .... .f"'J1-,,,,,,,,,,., -AA '-7 I .T - I I - 1--' --'b-- .- S: I - I II 'A l ig E is ,I I -I 5' ' fi , - 553 I ' l :TE VERNA MILDRED VVHITNEX XI -W' 140 EAST MTXIN STREET OR.xNr:Ie, Mass. ,, M I I Il 5 El.eMENT.mY counsiz l II.,l ll' f "In rharadrr, in mannrr, in slylr, in all things I7 Ilyll Ihr Jllpfflllf 1'xtrll1'm'r is .simplicily." Q I I l I -Longfrllofw. I! W 1 . Glcc Club. '30C Bowlinll. ,301 YV. A. A.: Dorlni- ' MII' II, toryglident Government. uvyg V-J I , ' I I 9 X- X- ' I ICJ DIA QV' Ii ll'll alma ooo. 5 U0 of-F I all lII.'lI a QA I ww 'fm' 375 ' I I l' TIQ 1 up rvxcv. L 0 CSWQWZ Y A ll I 2 ffl, Q . KVI , 5 I I I I I IK H' ri Q I 'I :I I gtg-:wow y YT ui! KJ! VJ 0 f :Ill II il 3 mf .GWR won I., N 5 BESNL :ik CNE VVICKHAM 5 ,I Nl, I Towssaxo Nl.-XSSACllUSIZ'l"l'S 'II' gl I ll l, JUNIOR umu scnoor. couksr ' l yi "Toiling, rrjoifing arm' hrlpful ," i IL Onfward through lifr :hr gon." 1 tl N -.ldaplnl from Longfrllrmu. , A I' lg 5 Saxifrage Board, '31, Normal Record, '30, Craft '.ll, Y Q 6 Club, '29, VV. A. A., Day Girls' Association. ',, I e I I I 5 i E I ll : 15 l 'III .I r 2 . 1 i L Ill f I 3 I -I 2 .I Z I I I 2 l . KATI-IRYN A. BEATON f I I 18 Ixxmr-: STREET Cfxmmuocr, Mass. ' 'lI , FI j ELEMENTARY COURSE I fl Q "Tran j'rirm1.vhij1'.v lfzfwr are by lhix rulf 1-xl5rr::'d, 5 , 5 5 y, Wflfomr lhr rommg, .vprrd Ihr flllffilly glll'5l." -.WV ,I -llomfr. Y K1 ',l Geography Club, '31, Glee Club, '31, Debating II I TI ,E Club, '31, Day Girls' Association, '31, VV. A. A., QI If '31. 'I F . , E : 2 I ffl N ll: E , fi I l l Z5 Ilf ei I, 1. I- 5 V415 I I 1 "ES I' I I I :?- . l" ' Elf! K -1 Y if I I I X T - rf 7 .... , F ,Y ,f -,I I T Zh. T1-f Qfff-f..,,i -I'-' ' " ?.:: 4 'i ""if3 Igor' Iyff , - II-I Q -.Q-FIFYIQ 4,771 f- 1591.1 Ir A:-gfl H- 3 A -f-Ai, 41 'I ,il'PZf'-.4 -'1-if-'sf T7 Q :,.fjQ,i-37-, I I '- -.-T 'Qi -.:,"'4'v-i5"1"7?.E2 -If 57 7 3 F 3 'Tr zi :' q? f ,fii-'rv-14,' ,I if fi. Is , - 14 '6?i.f-aglzviii MP? 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The following Nl 'V -ll: was Commencement program for 1931: 1 J lull! l i l '- lilwp 5 Commencement Program Q 1M lly l Q Q f Ax. lla i Class Day T 2 fl Saturday, the Thirteenth of June lu 2 at Three o'clock in the Afternoon mf , Nl 1 l li 5 i 1 f i rc 2 rl ' 5 F1 Class Play ' ltmllw 4 ' ' i l li ' Saturday, the Thirteenth of June W l 'jr at Eight o'clock in the Evening llg i lm "You and I" by James M. Barrie ll z 'lla f l 2 Sing Gut Ji Sunday, the Fourteenth of June ' 1 Q ll at Five o'clock in the Afternoon Q l T Speaker - MR. CHARLES M. HERLIHY, Principal Q lil.. I' 1' . 3 I ll Graduation ,Al li 1 ? i 1. All Monday, the Fifteenth of June ll, fl at Half after Two o'clock in the Afternoon Ml .ll Speaker- MR. BERNARD M. SHERIDAN, Superintendent l lp of Schools in Lawrence, Massachusetts. 51 Q if if 'nga l ' 1 .5 il u' f f, ,V ,...-,W Y ..-- '-" ia.. - 4:2 ll if""N7Tff' ff are 5 .- 51f'2T'f'fiiE:?iif:l a s za -as f- 1 e2:f 1Ee4:'f Page eighty 4. , 1 f-....- ,. -. itil ' ii 'i assi 4' ww G:.i.A4Aif-5:55. V A c 3 i if 4-fig-Lb :. , , T,--..Q ,.- ,, 5 f"-"' 4 -.1 ,N 'iii-,Lv -19 af' -gn-agi' V '17 -1 fill is tt 'rm u U 2 Nf,e2f 5g.sf.e ll.. ml' ' Jn ' .. , , -,. . ' sr .lift " .-iftl A-'Ji' rr P - ' K sifxxxlb uw tl it-j,g,, M- , 'fgis-:5E. . '-'--jx L, f "H:-1 QL.: . .z' t. QA, -QT." sxe-L , K Ng' - ' Q' ,lg 'i ill' - nv---Sf ' , -1?-4 2-1'-l Er .Pffu 1-'-12' :ff :--f ,, -021 I i iff-'H ,igt-A'51ff' ,Q , '-an f' T" fi9?".'f7'Mf if .f 1ff.ELEt""tu .... ,,.. .rf-1:-.----...fl"-"F ' 'air I I W,W,, , , . ,. ... ,, .. A Rabi ,ul u l Y E ' ff 'E 5 5 QE ' 5 l E1 f 5 lt 2 fe ' l lf A Class Adventure l, It l It 1 i it 5. lil' ! Ctt.w't'eR I i fi l I l t i ll "Only to think, next week, at this titne, we'll be Freshmen at Fitchburg Nor- I lil l W W mal!" .-Xlice's excited eyes rested happily on her chum Mary. lu xl ll "lt's just as if we were going on a long hike. VVe know our destination, but I l ll' we don't know exactly what will happen on the way. I know l'tn going to love 1t.' l . , t ,' . Monday of the following week, the chums, among other green Freshmen, were l ' Q' ' roaming through the lobby of Fitchburg Normal School. 'l'he gtt'ls nad already l W I li become friendly with several other members of the entering class. i rl ' t , , , . . . - t t tl 2 "XVhy Gert, Helen, and Martel VVe re all tn the same division! And its the l ll l' ,l- , only division with girls and boys in it! The names sound interesting, dont they? A , xl f Come along, girls, let's go meet some more of our classmates!" , fl l. But Flora had discovered something else. "VVait a minute. Look here. lIere's I 1 :ill ll 1, our program! Let's copy it and then see if we can locate the classrooms." f l W I 1 . . . . . . ' W . l , Un NVednesdav morning, the Assembly Hall was hlled with Seniors, jttntors, 2 , it ll E and Freshmen. Un the platform sat the Faculty. XVhcn the principal had spoken t ll' Q ll li about the aims and ideals of the institution and had impressively brought out the ' tt I l' 5 need of thorough study and the correct conduct for prospective teachers, the Ft'esh- , 5 'ill men began to sit up and assume a professional attitude. It l xt l l The days seemed to llv for the newcomers. Of course they studied a great deal. t ll l i l I Volleyball, hockey, and soccer! lnitiations and parties! Then, after a month, the ll N Il 1 Ft'eshmen were formally received into the school. The library was transformed l vl l 1 l' with ferns and stately palms, into a beautifully decorated reception FOOITI- Ill Ml Many events centered around the Freshmen during the lirst few months, and 5 l-l naturally the conversation also. Suddenly, one day, the conversation took a different i lx 3 f turn. Class ofhcersl 'll - . . , - 2 . E Q At the election the following were chosen: john OMalley for prestdentg Ann , l fig f Falvey for vice-president: Dorothy Turcotte for secretary: and Bill Cronin for i lf, g 3 , E treasurer. And for Faculty Advisor, an enthusiastic and peppy leader, Mr. Ralph I I XVeston. - f I Q ln October cattle the junior l'lallowe'en partyg in December, the Senior Mas- I X ' Q oueratle: and in February, the Freshman Valentine party. After It was over one . I' Senior remarked: "The Freshman class surely has got pep! Their song ts full of f 5 . E life: their colors, red and white, are great. How did they keep them a secret - ,ll Q, - 5 so long?" f . 5 .I 3 lhe excitement of the party died down hnally, and the Senior Prom took tts 3 , , l ll place. Then came class dav, with the Freshmen in the red and white outfits .. ful Q making a striking picture as they formed the arch for the Seniors. lll pt. ' , . 5 'ru 'llt "XVell, Mary, we re at the end of the first lap of our long hike." 5 ill la 3 l "Oh, Alice, hasn't it been so much more wonderful than we ever dreamed W E lil it would bel l'm so happy-because I know that we're coming back next fall." l, " lt ft' E l : . li : V l fl 'I .TF E fl 2' . t 5 r 5 li S 1 'rt L , 5 t 5 X 'T " . t I -ir' ,,,.Yw, - 4'-A ..... ' ? , 5- ' El' ---- Ng' "" - -'ff' , . 13.1 4.-1, --r' ' ' 4 - -"1 - - ., 'A ff-.. ....:. .QQ 1-of 'fZ'l-f V , ... of-.F..x.3p -, ..... -f-2.-w.,.-?-zl:TL,M, 4. ,f A ,f-k1,,,.,,.,,f,- , - - A, Y- ' E-K., .,:e.c.5-X t gg. 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So the first day was 3 - 1: spent, helping the Freshmen get settled and meeting classmates. Q qt! ' Since the junior party was the first on the.sociaI calendar, they lost no time l I in electing ol'l'icers. Bill Branley was elected president, Domtcele Kwayauskas, vice W ,b will president, Gertrude Puhakka, secretaryg lohn O'Malley, treasurer, and Mr. lg I'Iarry Percival, Faculty Advisor. N A Isl W 3 "Oh, Dot, will you bring me a witch to put taphhere? lah, no, I Lnean .a cat! , Al 1 3 And Clem, put that cauldron just below the moon. ' at s it. 'ome on, eo, give me C 'I , 1 ,I some of those branches!" Q if ' ' V - "Bessie, isn't this going to be a ghastly scene? It almost makes tne shudder!" 1 I I I "That's line! lt's just what we want for our entertaimnent, isn't it, Gladys P" I I' , . , , . I 4 , ll I, "Of course. Our IIallowe'en party ts going to be a real spooky one. just watt A L 5 A, 1' 2 until tonight." I' Q ,I 1 It was an amazed crowd of people that assembled that evening in the eerie , i E setting of witches, ghosts, black cats, skeletons, and shadows. And then-at 9 , E l ' o'clock-the lights were dinuned, and a little white figure crept out and told about iq I! it "Seein' Things at Night." She fell asleep in the chair, and from nowhere appeared til, ' I , skeletons and ghosts moaning about the dismal grave and witches' cauldrons. I, 5 I l VVhen at the call of the skeletons the uniors assembled to sing their class song, - ' ,ill . V , , t ,ig there were quick backward glances and sighs of relief. ,N "You Juniors made this party really seem like Hallowe'en. Those skeletons QI Q almost made me feel like one of them." After the party the Freshmen got busy 5 I 5 and elected their orlicers: Francis Sullivan, president: Molly Broderick, vice 5 I" .l president, Lillian Tater, secretary, Robert Riley, treasurer. ' 1 , F i e About a month later, as a group of Juniors sat talking outside' Miss yVil'liams' , I f 2 room, Betty came running up the stairs and exclaimed: "The training list is up! ' , 'l A l'm in the junior l'Iigh School!" Q x I , The sudden rush which followed, and thc excited discussions, certainly f I, E ' , revealed the interest in this new adventure. Naturally, for thirteen weeks, a large 5 I I ,Q part of the class conversation centered on training. t 3 I, "l have one of the worst boys in my room. Today he thundered into' the room I4 ,f 2 , l, late, walked up to john, pulled off his vict1m's necktle, and slapped his face. It tv L, , was so sudden that I didn't know what to do, so I calmly said, 'I think you , 1,3 HJ 1 had better leave the room, Edward. We have gentlemen in here., He turned once f 'I if H ,Q more to john and said, 'We'Il settle this 0lltSlCIC,, and then stalked out of the Hilti, it Il IQ room looking as black as a thundercloud. What would you have done?' ll ,Q 'ii The students had other important interests. The Freshmen with their talent , E W were making a reputation for themselves. The school was planning a tercentenary if , H I Z ffl, if pg. gf! ,f field! Q,-sg MA, ,M -af 'L.1'--iT'.7f..I42'z 5152.112-f e-e- V-Q.:-:.1ff,'-T-1-aegsfh Eff! I, qi'-iii-fg.Q1+iQ"-" " 'j'.. milf- jgj' 125 5 'v"f-x - 7""' ' -- "'77'7--lZi"1 -'1'-: -Tiff", 7 4 3 '45, 'L'f'EGll IQE' .' .f ---P ' -- at-f, M '-f ' V73 ,, -"Ho -- - MJ' I-t, so I f , . .. I 1- ,st ,fs au- . W- .lf,f-ll.,-.-mf--Qi -f-e.. - fy-"F-+0 - e ' -L . .ff A+- - --if:-. Ezfrfee----f -'e.1XXYl!ff I ., ' , f ' x E -5 313: f 4? is , . ' z 4-1, f!,Q'i-Eff, Lil laik?-fads. il1E.il-kilt' Page Kllgfhlij'-fIf'0 Q.. A-fer r-f -rf r it 4,55 . - W-4 -iff-rs'-1-e 1: -1 f:.f '..-----.:4a- 1 .. ... 1 -.f -2'-4ffi!""Zf" A - 1. .-. ----f '12, ., '-,gh il 3 all fs.i . , L-. , ,A -is U 2 ? -'Q :ltuyfei ' 'dm U-1. ' -1,0 5. 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VVhen class day approached allmlly CV0l'!'0l10 ll ' ,l , was busy practising class songs, marching, and planning surprises. . il" iw Z .Ns the juniors watched the Senior Class gathered on the steps of th-eir belovctl lr iii ,ly school, Gert said, "l don't like to think that we'll be there next june, lrja. And yet N 'l, ' it means that these Seniors have completed the task they began when they entered 1 - if Fitchburg Normal School." There was silence, and then: as she watched the TJ V ' I Seniors roaming on the campus, Ethelyn said, "May our last lap end as happily as Q W I ll, , this second one." I' li lk l 1 3 r, 1 il 'ir 2 CHAI-'1'iaR lll i N' E . . - 5 .il W' l I .X chorus of chattering and gleeful shouts welcomed Alice and Mary In the - X ,l' 1, lg lobby. Tom and Alida arrived, and the group roamed about greeting classmates jx V . , and Freshmen. , l 1 I l ll lt seemed that the class of 1931 had entered school with a determination to j 'lr 1' X do its best. It had returned from training with an excellent record, and had sue- ' g l 2 ceeded in everything it attempted. And how could the Masquerade party have I. 2 "1 2 been anything but a success under the direction of the oflicers, Bill Branley, Molly I' l E f la 1 Broderick, Gertrude Puhakka, john O'Malley, and its advisor, Miss XV1lllams? l li 5 lt was indeed amusing to hear Mr. Healy talk about his milky white arms, to see 1, A 1 l 1 Mr. VVeston, the King, rise from death: to see Mr. Herlihy as the Dauntless Duke Q 1 i in - - - - r I 5 I' j rescue a kitten for the beautiful princess. 1. l M p "Did you ever see anything so cleverly worked out as that Saxifrage assem- V I' i g till' bly? If that assembly doesn't inspire everyone to buy a copy of the classbook, ,N Q nothing will." Q li 5 Before long, the prom! 1931 and its guests in a beautiful and mystical fairy- li land with the queen, the fairies, and elves as attendants and ushers. lt was then f lg , that Alice and Mary, and all the rest of the Seniors began to feel an sorrow even ' 3 N :l Q in their happiness, for the time was nearing for them to leave their school. l x Q At last came Class Dav. XVith happv hearts the class of 1931 marched throlll-Ill I , t j E the rose arch to the F. N. S. steps where they sang their class song as it had never l 3 V been sting before. g 1 ' . . . . . I 5 E Their diplomas had been received, the graduation exercises ended, and the il 1 Rl Seniors assembled outside the assemblv to bid goodbye to their friends. f 5 -I ' "It's just as if we are going on a long hike. We know our destination but we Q AQ 3 l p don't know exactly what will happen on the way? That is what you said, Mary, ", 71 f when we were Freshmen." f ft . . : li gi 'lil' "But now we can look back and know what did happen on the way. YVe ve Q U , 1 ,E come through successfully. A new hike is before us. May it end as happily as Mp? 'f it this has" S 1 ll J. - '- : 1, -, if 1 ' E K? fe is 5 1, I fi it H' fri Mr' ,f ,,' i . 5-if .5 gr '4 '. ' . L- , f s 3 - ' fifvga-----.. , 1 "" .. -1 - . - ' ,1 f?-5, WLT- eg. Q ' -'-7i"",f .f'...l. --19-ff. -... ' 'A' ' i k:I.T2Q,-:f 5' " . ' 7'--'---:e'f:15:"'1 f,-. J .',f' ' 'vlfrcf , i'.T'f""'i1'. Qd.i,, k 'Q- TTI"??:3"':i3 -'1T ---',I.?ffiA'i1 "'i 'Q ' FU- 'AA 7- ist:-R-:if-fvdlikf, -"F""f'eNa'ifil - Q1-x :lb , ----4-eh d J- .-.1-'ily-+-...,, 1 ff A eg-.,,M .-- ... A ,- -- , . . rv 1, L-ig, I f,b'.,- -f-gm-X IRQ: 'I 77 --. .ff--.T.+fA --f 'V ' -' K-'-'-11 wf J Q.: A -'ffazfkf-13.2.-r---'---"f :::..f . ffm' V Y' . ' 'L ," """'-'- ' " Q. 'V ' ' . '. r ' -..,. 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' ' I 5 , 3 ' 'K P h ii l .1 , 1 u l if 3 SOME'l'1MEl SOMEXVHERE!RSOMEl'lOXN'l l 'lm ' The far-famedXRoving Reporter-otherwise known as Johnnie McFarlane,- lt :I 'Il' 5 was searching the world over for information concerning thc whereabouts of liy 1 l 5' various members of the class of '31 when someone fit is not known exactly who, A l Q jlf but suspicion falls heavily upon Ruth Moynihanj whispered in his ear that much ll , l besides ancient history could be found in Egypt. Determined to let no opportunity I K lf , slip unhceded, Johnnie sailed- for Egypt and arriyed shortly at Cairo. He li J ,i LI' was received with due solemnity by N. Charles Daniele, consul, who graciously ll V 'I ' bestowed upon him a letter of introduction to the Sultan of Kamed Ahbed. , I - ,i W Johnnie, casting a benign glance in Charlie's direction, literally flew to Kamed 3 ' yi .-Xhbed. Arriving at the palace he immediately clanged for admittance. Slowly, 1 l ' l slowly, the massive door swung open and a vaguely familiar figure bowed low g ' ,H I" l saying, "Enter, Sahib." As the figure straightened up, Johnnie thought hard, then- l ?,l il li i U "Cic! XVhat on earth!?" 'l l ll I "Pray allay your fears, Most Illustrious Sahib. My oflice is that of Imperial ' Ill l, Instructor of Music. I am merely officiating as porter in the absence of Andy i ,,l X I, Carlson who is in conference at this moment." f 1 l W , "Angy? But--Cic- That looks like Madelaine Murphy out there in the ,l','l -I Q courtyar ." l , V l 1 "YVithout doubt it is she. Our Honored Sultan was so pleased with the con- 5 ,lf 5 l, -' cert given at Cairo last year hy Madelaine, Mona Kennedy, and Mary Healey, E L E i l Q that he has engaged their services for the next ten years." ' ' 5 ,il "Cie, can you tell me about others of our classmates ?" f 5 1 "No, l have not heard from any of the class for several months. However, ' 3 ll 3 John O'Malley, who is foreign correspondent for the Lunrnlzurg Bugle is stationed M h w In J here and his secretary, Gladys Shannon, may be able to enlighten us. There she 'll' l 3 , IS now. El , ? J, "193l? l'Iaven't you heard of the marvelous work being done by the F. N. S. 5' l gill' '31 graduates? XVhy, Clem Lawrence has recently perfected a device whereby X , ,E i rainfall may be controlled scientilicallyg Adrian Lambert has discovered a sub- 5 il 5 Q stitute fuel for gasolineg Aloyse Meade is dean of Marie Mui-phy's private school i 2 3 for girlsg Evelyn Sullivan, Helen Dempsey, and Ruth Delaney are teaching in 5 if 5 N , the sunny Berkshires: Helen Steele, Svea 'I'illan, and Mary Howe are plodding 3 E ? ll 3 faithfully to their duties through the yard-deep mud of Vermont roads: Neidel, . .' 2 lil VVard, and King are installing a network of airlines for the Henry Doll Trans- ' ' l l'l'N portation Company, which, according to Bill Branley, chief stockholder in the ll 3 , company, will tap hitherto unexplored regions of the earth and render an im- Q , 3 measurable service to humanity: Molly Broderick-" Q Q ' i At this point the conversation was interrupted by loud trumpeting in the N' ,' 1 J 1 courtyard below. Rushing to the window Johnnie beheld His Majesty the Sultan, 1 5 -A Q l,t-o Maillett, surrounded by numerous attendants, the most conspicuous of whom Q 5 Q Q ,, were Jolm Geary and Patil Planchet. Johnnie was studying the group diligently " ,Q fn! that he might describe the scene for the readers of "Literary Lane" when his eye :ll gil 1 caught Il- glimpse -of a bronze plaque just beneath the window, out of which li? -U Q-5 It , 4 was gazing. Bending nearer the floor, he read: Q it Ultra-Violet Ray Panels D4-signed by Edna Peltier ill, ' H4 , and presented by lieansie O'Toole ,il 3 to His Majesty, the Sultan .VF 3 in memory of Good times at F. N. S. Q ll" Q M.-XY SUCCESS EVER CROYVN THE EFFORTS OF THE CLASS OF '3l. Z- 5,251 ri Ella! -1 .ju Y. '- c -s l 5 U , Y, , , , Y f"73'h-,-- - ., M-. . . . - -, - 24 ' L-r Wg- .--5'-1--".'f'T-1 lar- as"-T? 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We-fV,Z?4f54 ' 15 Wi' , JB W. iii THE CLASS OF 1932 J w'-,f,.fQ-'U2i.,. ff Y, .x cfm fifty- I!! Nl Q Wvilw'-'.-'Q ,..... - - . .,M1'f"A"'f?+3a-fMf xi,.,uiM:liJ'l,,l, ? Ui .. . . .. i .. . If .. ..... ... ...,,.- .. ,,, , . , .- .... . '. 0 ,I :wr, , , .,... F- - -fl f-241' X ' . ' g-rdf-1 ZZQMQ 454,,,fh447 .1661-v 'ji 4muplau-ALHJIUE ducafxun 10: dl Q3 il N E l l I l'l in l l if, l, Y l l', i, l if NJ x 5 : IUNIOR CLASS ACTIVITIIES This vear the junior Class proved the old adage that "lt is quality and not quantity that counts most." As a small class they successfully engaged in many worthwhile school activities. The hrst social event for the juniors was the annual Hallowe'en Party held in Normal Hall. Manv of the Alumni came hack to share with the faculty and ' ll undergraduates the enipyment of this delightful affair. The lihrary was maglca y ' ' ' , and took part in entertainment, are: Donald McKeraghan, Lois Hale and Anna Coyle. The ' f :h Hallowe'en aspect was carried throughout the dance, even to the re res ments. Training! At last the time came for one division of the junior Class to enter transformed into a mysterious retreat where skeletons danced, ghosts sang howling hlack cats glared from every corner and nook. The Juniors, who practice teachi-ng. ' Because of this fact the Junior girls were not ahle to have a haskethall team. However, while recording the activities of this class, it is necessary to make note of the outstanding work of Henry Pease, a memher of the varsity-haskethall squad Indeed the accomplishments of the Class of 1932 are gratifying to observe. They should furnish a hearty stimulus for the Juniors to continue their good work next vear, Wl. A. if I ,I r 1 vs: J .' :fi IN. ' 1 Hy 1 V 1 r 'lr ..i NG l'1Ig'e Klzlfhflf-Sl'Z'!'II Dial. J W . at Q f U11 5, ,1.-f1f,. Hraiir r -'f -. ...... 1 e Q Q lj 1 X g' 1 ll 3 QQ A1 ' 1 1 The Class of 1932 'tluffi 1 . 5 ,fl Keith W. Atkinson 163 in-iehm-d street, Ifitehbui-g, wifes. . ,l Frank S. Bishop 33 Pine Avenue, Haverhill, lVIass. , ll f Margaret M. Cavanagh 76 Coolidge Avenue, Cambridge, Nlass. 1 -fllv Lois NI. Chism 18 Whittier Street, Springfield, lklass. 5 - ,' ,' Edward H. Clifford -14 Austin Street, Worcester, Mass. fi! I Mary C. Cotton 31 Nashua Street, Fitchburg, Nlass. wil Anna F. Coyle 2 High Street, Somerset, Mass. ll' Ellen XI. Cronin 183 Summer Street, Worcester, Nlass. 12 , 5 lflizaheth G. Daly -1-6 Prospect Street, Gardner, Mass. i ,ll 1. VVa1lace T. Driscoll 2-1 lfvans Street, North Weymouth, Nlass. j 3 ' VVa1tcr H. Dudley 36 Mechanic Street, Webster, Mass. ax ggicfhawfzl lifgan Thomas Street, Belmont, Nlass. 4 1, 1 a . 'ii ertsen . Rena Street, Worcester, lVIass. f All William H. Fla 19 Fllmwood Street, Nlillbury, Nlass. fi lil 15 S0Dhie Falk 1519 Dwight Street, Springfield, Nlass. it l' lil.. Abigail lf. Fitzgerald 2 Shirley Street, Worcester, Mass. 5144, 2 Mary C. Fitzgerald 32 Granville Street, Springfield, Blass. ' llli Frances D. Flinton 10 View Street, Leominster, llflass. ' ' i Anne NI. Foley 132 Tenth Street, Springfield, Mass. ' lVIarshall D. Gero 331 Pleasant Street, Holyoke, Mass. V f I Helen Gifford Brimfield, Mass. j I 5 Nlargaret E. Grifiin 10 Smith Street, Fitchburg, lV1ass. V X Lottie P. Hackett 101 Forest Street, Nlethuen, Mass. l 2 1 Lois Nl. Hale 9 Nlyrtle Street, Greenfield, lVIass. I ,ll ,X Matthew J. Hopkins 5 Garrity Street, Chicopee Falls, Blass. i 3 'I Dorothy C. Howard 130 Pleasant Street, Leominster, Mass. .. Q,l Q john A. Howard lfast Northfield, Mass. QW QT 1,1 lflaine G. Howe Nlain Street, Bolton, Nlass. if " Leonard T. Johnson 1 Nlonarch Street, Leominster, lklass. ll Q Anne M. Kerr 514 Chestnut Street, Springfield, Mass. fi fe Helene F. Knightly 18 Pershing Terrace, Springfield, Mass. Qin fig 1.5, J A- Page eighbf-ezfghl .7--s ' , jfs?-f ifj -g p' 'Ji'-vw f- r-' iliF::i"'i l "cosmic iigrg du 0 at 1 rr 1, L " .. 5 'm:1,,,, ri- , ,,'.I" . 3 -emit A B914 J' ..,A f. ifQ........i, .T ,,-' ffl '-1: 4 ,f." ' ' f ll . " ga ' 5 r ' 3 Nr. P? The Class of 1932-Continued il, J' rr i 2 'N hfilll Adam T. Kosciusko 231 Blillbury Street, Auburn, Blass. I 1 N' f Charles R. Bflasi 71 North Fark Street, Franklin, Blass. tri ll' K Donald C. BfIcKeraghan l-If Orchard Street, Easthampton, Mass. Q 4, 'V 'li Elizabeth F. Bfloran 289 West Street, Leominster, llflass. i, I Wil, U Teresa E. Noon 42 Front Street, Clinton, Blass. 1 1,1 Mil., , lfvelyn R. Orlen 72 King Street, Holyoke, Blass. 5 ll ' , ,r' Blary A. O'Rourke 387 Water Street, Fitchburg, Blass. E ,Ty ill, , Bflarion L. Parkhurst 88 Ashburnham Street, Fitchburg, Blass. L fr All il Henry Pease, Jr. 355 liarle Street, New Bedford, Blass. 5 , ,ll " 1 if Helen P. Percy Massachusetts Avenue, Lunenburg, lVlass. id , John lf. Rainka VVest Blain Street, Warren, Blass. W ' V 1, Robert .l. Reilly 207 Bradstreet Avenue, Revere, Blass. ll, E lfdith F. Remshack 7 Elliott Street, lfasthampton, Blass. 1' 'E MJ' Bflary Robinson 99 Commonwealth Ave., Springfield, Blass. ,M X Lucina C. Roche -l- Blyrtle Street, Milford, Blass. pl Ml' Gertrude Salny 42 Jackson Avenue, Fitchburg, Blass. Q ml' James H. Smith 29 Burt Street, Adams, Blass. fl 1 l Alexander K. Sokolosky Greenfield Bleadows, Greenfield, Blass. ii, ,J Francis L. Sullivan 32 Salem Street, Fitchburg, Blass. l 5 Henry VV. Suomala I9 Redman Street, Fitchburg, Mass. f V' il Lillian Tater ISO Lunenburg Street, Fitchburg, Blass. , f, 2 l William H. 'Forno 32 Gates Street, Holyoke, llflass. ' 1 - R ' Raymond G. Warner, Jr. 5 Buddy Road, Worcester, Blass. N 'J , Alfred L. Whittemore 58 High Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass. V i 5 'J' i Hazel E. Wignot 61 Summer Street, Natick, Mass. ' M V, George W. 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LASS OF 1933 W1 1 2-Tr. ?:?'?7 " ' ' -... --, 'jf Ti i 'Q -BQ-gaumu .Q-mm . j i jli AA,.. ,,, M " "' 'A' "fmfm- 1ff-n fSff:, 1- LL, J ,. , 41l.LZT1m.u . ,w, :gj k'I ilfewifflmzf ,J ,9'v-Lfw-n-'itSk.a..e ' i.eLLQI.- XNXSSXIQN- --o-'N-L Q:-ve., cg., Y-QQ..'b'.xta-XGY 2, x'V'L -5- 3-A-..,,-ga .i BU, Q 1-zaneo.. ...a-.o,f1x,5LwLff- N-if - 1 0. . ,,- -' --A as - -' -- ,1 "'-,,m.:i,: -WF 'i ' be iififti ' ' - T thi s-Q5 iff' 'Li 3 U 1 U' It his it' if 4 Exillllfie s H f - - 5? 9 U.. ,-'- . . - .. e'-., fr -'1Tl"' 3.1:-Y -'-1' ' ' H ' "-"hi W -'zf ff S f , ff' 'Q .i,!V- I 5- ---- "'-' ' Q ffl- A 3 .f,gi,"'g12ifg5 'QM i s1fwg.'4i ' , ' " 'gigs ,-fef --- f - fl. '?f.f'qf--4'2"-':'f1:' 'QF ji 'f -' - f41f.21'uTfZrG:'lf:eiL1..R.4.TZ,,1.,.Lg.f.':t....: ,... ..., C A all 'qv Y f '1-,1I"""""""l' - -- 'X l Ei Ji- i . l 5 l L ' 'N f 'll fi i 2 2 5, , ' i' i, ssl- 1 . lyk E ll 'fi li I' ,ii 5 l g',rW HQ : 1 ' 1 l li ll l - M i l 1 'il' - 1 1 ' l f . 5 Q , P1 'I A 1 ' F ,I V I Q' l Qi ' il Q i ffl In 1 E If koi ji Q 2 'I' .l 1 2 1 i. i ,ii 'lar gi, , if I : i ai F ui, f le g ia 3 i 1 ll I' 1 1 ' 5 H h s l , l r W' I 1 'K N ' 2 jf e Q, 1 i 2 M 2 ' ' l : 5 W ii i i l 5 : ii ' :E s E 1 Z , i FRIQSHKIAN CLASS AC'l'lVl l llub E il, ' 'l i Very early in the year the Freshmen were introduced to new friend- ' ' '- J i l 3 . ' ' g . . , . , . . 1 l E if E ships at the annual I' reshman Reception given by the Seniors. lhis f I Q 5 . lirst social event of the year aided considerably in making them feel better ' 1, b T acquainted with the school, the faculty, and upper classmates. I il il' qi The Valentine Party, one of the loyeliest affairs of the year, was f 2 5 '. r entirely conducted bv the Class of 1933. 'lihe library was attractively g V I 1 , I Q ' . ' . . . 1 I Q I decorated with pastel hues, silver hearts and old-fashioned bouquets which --Nfl suggested the dainty valentines of grandmother's time. Shirley Bunnell iii 'il entertained with a novelty Valentine dance. Dominic Capone and lVil- f ill 5 ' - - - w S . M ' ham Riley sang several popular numbers as did Klarcelle Schenker and ll fi fi Nlae McGuire. Ar the close of the entertainment the Freshmen. led by ' I A ' IQ President .lames Hammond, Vice-President Katherine Flynn, Secretary If Q55 Gertrude Tikkzlla and Treasurer Peter KlcLaughlin, sang their class sung .lp with much zest and enthusiasm. The climax of the evening came when Illia Elf the lights were dimmed and the class banner of blue and orange was un- Eg! li: I Q2 - iveiled to the school for the first - Il 15. V- 'f?7:' -ig- -. y- --M. - ffgtxg - -Yf. ...' " :D ' -.1 4 Q,i-31--:z--:'fS1'-1'9 ' iftlfftl ,. LQ' 'ff eff: L12 ',i"t--gbXMl!.V,f ff- -- 12 ef-Q-LI in Xl? I S., 1" 'yfe ' :- sz X X' ' LE'-1, 1 X. 7"'ffr A T"7- "ir-f - 'Wf!4f.21'i' -A ' ",.--f , ' f,3'7 fM"?fg3QiEi-gl Qi'f'N 'Wfs5fS?53 Page n 1'1ze1Qv-lhrce 1 l . : 1 1 i f J 1- A 'Q' 1, a,'QZ? '5-t-if "gl 9.11, ' 'M 52-2 if , I yd 'X'r.X- 1 1, . . as -,,,gf1-1-f--1. , .. 5 -- ww , ' - 'nl I , ,-33:54 L. 1,3 5 twdfefxgi--:NXx.-,Q Af tiflllh-. ' ' . Q - . L 'rr I :elf-T 1' ,,,, 5' .,,, .J-Q' .- - N 1' "?,Am..n .-... 1 ..,.. man.. ,.... .........,... .,',... L., 'IH--V. ..... T .f-H---"-,4 "-44- -.., ,-.....,....f.iii 4 I ,I ",' E 'J lk? it i a 'SIE 15 I 2' ' . y . QQ X ,lr The Class of 1933 Q, 'lr' f , I '. A ' 7 ,law Sally I. Aalto 607 Blossom Street, Fitchburg, llass. l 'Q lp , Olaf W. Aho 4 Lawrence Street, Ashburnham, Nlass. ll, - f li Paul I. Anderson 58 Esther Street Worcester, Mass. 5 l l ' 1 4 'ff , Frances Antonelli 326 St. Joseph Avenue, Fitchburg, Nlass. l 1 ' Charles Avadanian 18 Mechanic Street, Bellingham, Nlass. l ' lifl, Barbara Bachelder Worcester Road, Townsend, Nlass. il, 3 John F. Barrows 316 Quincy Avenue, East Braintree, Nlass. , Q. ' Nona E. Bates Groton, Mass. Q Mary D. Beaulac 7 Newport Street, Fitchburg, llflass. i ii 1 ix . VVarren D. Bennett Charlton City, lVlass. , 'Paul F. Bolduc 7 Chrome Street, Worcester, Mass. i yt m John J. Borci 339 Shrewsbury Street, Worcester, Nlass. ii M' t Priscilla A. Broome ll Crocker Terrace, Fitchburg, Blass. , ' E' 5 Shirley E. Bunnell 7 Nleadow St1'eet, Holyoke, llflass. E iw Domenic Capone 10 lmperial Road, Worcester, Nlass. 'rllt E , Paul F. Carey 245 North Lake Avenue, Worcester, Nlass. 7 l Arthur G. Champney 17 Smith Street. Taunton, lVIass. W, Q John H. Childs R.F.D. Box zo, Dee,-Held, wifes. ll, , llflabel H. Clark 472 Westminster Hill Road, Fitchburg, Mass. Q lr 5 V Mary A. Corrigan South Great Road, So. Lincoln, lVIass. MJ Ralph H. Dacey 15 Nashua Street, Fitchburg, Mass. Ml g X Florence DelDotto 94 Orange Street, Springfield, lVIass. IW I ' Bernice Donaldson 7 Woodsome Avenue, Fitchburg, Mass. ,ll .yi , Nlarietta L. Donnellan 17 Lebanon Street, Springfield, lVIass. M, lVIargaret lVI. Dooley 11870 Water Street, Fitchburg, lldass. ,, ll 14" Bernardino l. Driscoll 1231 Main Street, Fitchburg, Mass. :W ww, g Luke J. Early 46 Edgeworth Street, Worcester, Mass. lil J. Irving England 101 Chandler Street, Worcester, lldass. li'l,,l fi !, Helene C. Fallon I3 Portland Street, Fitchburg, Nlass. , I. , E Hx, Clifton A. Felton Mztin Street, Bolton, Mass. Kathryn M. Flynn 89 Cleveland Street, Springfield, lllass. A 'lg A 133 ii ll , .L A Jil 6' rc' . ,A, , -H . - -- ' - il .i Q-Q 1- ' T, - aj. Ae-- .. I 'age illiflfbffdlll' 3 - Q 1 A 1 1 H I 1 n ' . - ,wg -i -L7-' ' W-' .Qif'f' 1' u 3 af 5 ' 're :gg Tai. U It ,Q .ez le Q ta Ms., X -.. .pins UWA' ,.:1'fPQA ' :rel -Rags T-'S+' 15-" l' ,einen -ifirili J' A Ar--'iii " "" ""' '- -' "" 1 ii' -Tiff' with I FK, . ,21 2 -1-:T-? :ff -5? fi - TG 4. ' f "-. ,Ifg.......,Z. ,ggfgf fl---1. ...,.,. 1 :. ..:'11111:-.- -..... iff- .,,,... ,,,.u 1 15,1 A i L . 0 ,l 3 Q sp V A , 5 The Class of 1933-Continued ,Q - 1 1 if A ,I ilu Margaret Gallant 92 Myrtle Street, Waltham, Mass. liwlga im, Dorothy R. Geiger 295 Blossom Street, Fitchburg, llflass. ly! l i '- ' 1 f f B dford Nlass 1 V 4 I Alice Gull 1809 Rodney Fr. Blvd., News e , . l i, '14 1 5 John J. Glennon 5 Wachusett Street, Worcester, Mass. ll-,li Wir Helen M. Gold 2102 Northampton Street, Holyoke, Nlass. lx . , i .- John B. Haggerty 47 lfast Hoosac Street, Adams, Klass. 1 Q ' il, l Hilja H. Hamalainen Wheeler Avenue, Orange, Mass. lp" 1 james J. Hammond 1277 Bedford Street, Fall River, Nlass. ly 1 ll Toini S. Hanninen ll Winslow Street, Gardner, llflass. 5 12 1 5 Arthur L. Harper 16 Prescott Street, VVellesley Hills, Mass. ' ,414 lil 'L lrene Heinz 207 South Street, Waltham, llflass. i Migxil g 1, Carl H. Hempel 59 Winter Street, Orange, Mass. 1' ,Mi Alice NI. Hekkala 12 Douglas Avenue, Maynard, Mass. 4 vil- la, A Illary Hird 21 'Pleasant Street, Fitchburg, Nlass. Vg 7 H' 3 Jeanette Ie. Hobbs ia. Princeton, rms. , 111 V " 5 Harry R. Holm 17 Ekman Street, Worcester, lVIass. I, tv il iii. William W. Johnson 1 llflonarch Street, Leominster, lllass. rl: ill, Harry Kanis Harvard Street, Lancaster, llflass. F sill Austin W. Kearns 79 Center Street, Adams, Mass. . ii. 5 Stefanie Kozyra 31 West Street, Southbridge, Mass. Q, fl A N Pauline E. Kumin 224 Main Street, Athol, Nlass. i lu' 5 Q Alice H. Landrigan 30 Park Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. . i ,lm Frederick A. Larson 26 Fairbanks Street, Worcester, Mass. i f Joseph V. Lawrence 59 South Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 1 , 5 1 . Meriam Lehto 9 Garfield Avenue, Maynard, Mass. ' 'gl i r ul 1 Rose Lightman 31 Wahcinok Street, Pittsfield, Mass. i ' Mn' i Mary T. Lomax 74 Conant Street, Fall River, Mass. hi 1 Rebecca J. Lynch 196 Grove Avenue, Leominster, Mass. W' ,fi lil 5 Ruth J. MacLean 146 North Street, Fitchburg, Mass. U , li Mary T. Madden 25 Front Street, Clinton, Mass. lflxll 11 Stephanie A. Matek 185 Lyman Street, Holyoke, Mass. I, 4, 1 E Ralph C. Mayo ISM Cheever Street, Worcester, Mass. f iii fi ' I iz ii if 7 . .., - .-Ji: Q 5 g7F?' ?"" 15372.11 f-'- "1" ' A4 f--"1 f' " 'i if1'.eff+f-:-e-'f2:.a':1'fhafifl ww fsssgfr - file. 5551.11 - jf - 1-Zz. '-7 It? zffigfzqx'-T ff ---" - 7 it if f-T?-.L-:' ,' A .Q f'?'f1Mi'-.:,7c.rlf'1,i:LL . K " ,', ,f fy '.4 - ,-A 'ire'-fm-V -. .'- ff 'r' ,-' it X"'fe+. .,., 1 Q."2".- 'LTL74-Z" 'inf -22, .4g"wi'.".'7TT-P .SSL rs - 5 3.-:ff rL -1-:Ei-i:J:i'T -wif 'ge -:'r4l-- if-I-35:4 .-1.-:2 ,.- , -i'LL.,,, 1-411 ,,:5g1Lwg.1,-ev .. ' -u1'.f,,1jj..4 l'ag'e llllilftl'-fi?'t' 2 f i W . 3 - -...... f 73" F' 'J du xt EVE i gf - TT is-it I if - 3621-'-E-xeffl u f' tl Q .ag 951.5 E T' 1: --. . 5' 7 5, F Sn- . 'ii X, ".:5j1"l g ': .':2'i:i" " rg., ' 5 J tri? !. f 2 :Y :wE,3.5-- A ,4 .!-,, . ,,.-f-V "" 5- '.1Y:-" 1 -M.. Am, 4..-. Z.. .,,.. . ..,, .N"'...,..i,. , ,.,,.,, ,..,,,,j,,,Q,5.Qg flnv... .. .4,, :Arif --':'f 14. ----A- ..., ,., ,,,. ,...,,,.,.. 1il 5, We X ,V 3 v -- -'Q , i ' i 1 "ii 5 I The Class of 1933-Continued fi' , 'lah' .' Maude NI. McGee Withington Street, Westminster, Blass. l, lf' M, 3 Kenneth NlcGillivray l Hollis Street, Worcester, Mass. 2 lwlf iriii Mae G. McGuire 89 Peck Street, Franklin, Nlass. l,'r,'1 if james W. McKenna 6l Fox Street, Worcester, Mass. , wg, 4, , Peter NIcLaughlin l28 Prescott Street, Worcester, Nlass. U: ,Q Wi, Souren lylelkisethian 84 River Street, Fitchburg, Mass. 1 ,l ' 'L Margaret H. Miller 181 Beech Street, Fitchburg, Mass. I , ' ', Yvonne Nl. Nloreau liast Templeton, llflass. l Q ,i 'I ' Hay V. Nlurphy 345 Hanover Street, Fall River, hlass. ' l, Hifi' Richard Nl. Parker 75 Orchard Street, Fisherville, Mass. I 5, A, H: 5 Gordon C. Phillips 33 Pleasant Street, Leominster, Mass. ,i,, ,, ' ltlizabeth F. Pike 606 Westminster Hill Road, Fitchburg, Blass. X fi ' i f lfdward P. Ponte l5l Rockland Street, New Bedford, Mass. ' Ill Nl, if Fdmond W. Poutre ll Delawanda Drive, Worcester, lylass. I 'i. X, ' 'l'oini Rahkola 16 Hopkins Street, N. Leominster, Mass. 4 Ai , AM VVilliam F: Riley 10-l Ingleside Avenue, VVorcester, Mass. 1 i. 5 ii, Dorothy lt. Sawyer 79 Hammond Street, Clinton, Mass. 'AW 5 ,Nl Marcello L. Schenker Pine Street, South Hadley, Nlass. ,' M 3 Corrine G. Senesac 74- Butler Street, New Bedford, Mass. 'K ' ' ' ' Daniel J. Seymour 27 Florence Street, NVorcester, Nlass. N iji 3 Harold S. Shea 322 Ashland Street, North Adams, Mass. 'ri' f ,IBM Margaret D. Shea l7-l Charles Street, Fitchburg, Mass. l Q .il Frances G. Shultis 23 Battle Street, Orange, Mass. 2 'i Francis P. Skinyon 29 Hope Street, Nlillville, Mass. 3 l':lC?1fl0f IC- Smith 7-l- Rainville Avenue, Fitchburg, Mass. li 5 1,3 Fl'fU1lC .l- Sreeves -H IC Prospect Street, Fitchburg, Nlass. , Helena A. Sullivan 7 Richard Avenue, Cambridge, Mass. j in Lorraine F. Sullivan 425 Linden Street, Fall River, Nlass. y' ll 3 f al:1Lg1gei'itTgl. Sullivan 288 Grove Street, Fall River, Nlass. lx , J 1' ut utci e 36 State Street, Monson, Mass. , . ' 1 ? Doris A. Tappin 167 Main Street, Gardner, Mass. 'lg ' rl' g Gertrude 'Fater 180 Lunenburg Street, Fitchburg, Mass. f 3 ',' Gertrude L. Tikkala 39 Oxford Street, Fitchburg, llflass. .. i 7 fl' Eleanor M. Wagner 86 Warren Street, Fitchburg, Mass. N' 54 Q Sylvia H. Wartiainen Ashburnham Street, RFD 2, Westminster, Nlass. ri, P, ., ,f Ruth L. Worcester 133 Charles Street, Fitchburg, Mass. nal, li 5 Charlotte Yoffa 255 Nlain Street, Gardner, Mass. li, f in Minnie A. 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I l'l , KIl',N'S STUIJICNT ASSOCIATION l f l - ' i 1' The men students who attend l"itchhurg Normal School just could l ,ll 5 U not see the girls a step ahead of them, so they planned and executed a most Q IN valuable project this year-a men's rest room. A project of this nature 5 M Q a t ji. necessarily requrres cooperation on the part of all the members. This ' N," JW spirit was never lacking. As a result the men students have an airy, com- gil 'll fortahly furnished rest room. Q lll The old adage of "All work and no playn does not apply in this case. 72 A 1 ' 1 ' I F l.. Ai Lertalnly those who attended the Annual Dance of the Klen's Student I 1, 4 5 ' 'Q Association can vouch for this fact. lt was one of the most successful jr. li! S jj social affairs of the year. in gl l E: f -ff f . -. x l - 1 Q- v- .,,,1:3:4.L :w.!. 'T' is 'g i n' it -f.. .J " '-fif ffff' V g alaxy, .mf-9-2-ff 1 .1 ' A J '.-'xv -D -..e..:1,?s, -MAF:-:I-A .. 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I i li ll 'ill Hill ,W X ll, rl .i ill 5 milf. gl ily Ii llllili l N n Vll it g l lJORMl'l'O'RY S'1'UDEN'I' GOVICRNKIICNT lu ' ' f if E. 3 e , . . . . . . . ix lhe success of the Dormitory Student Government Association for the 5 H 1 ' - 3 , year 1931 was due greatly to the help and encouragement of its enthusiastic ' 1 YE Qlli president. iialice Kletcalf, who was aided by lfatherine Fitzgerald, vice- lx N i presidentg Sophie bzmist, treasurerg and Madeline Smith, secretary. 'N H I Q' The Christmas season was a very jolly one. Ar the Kiddy Party, L V '1 i i held in Miller Hall, girls from Palmer and Nliller enjoyed themselves 3 l 1 ' l' 2 immensely with peppermint sticks, dancing, and singing. E 3' . 3 , , . . , . . . . 5 l 1 z fl ,Qi lhe traditional Lhristmas Banquet was carried on in the Old English --Nl style with the Lord and Lady presiding. Both faculty and students were l Jill called u on to furnish 'in im rom tu entertainment i' '1 gf lv 1 P 1 P P 1 . E l . 1 5 as Ni H The several dormitory parties held at various times during the year l. 1 mf' 3 tended greatly to bring about the desired spirit of friendship and cooperation l In 1 .l for which the association continuously strives. The cooperation of the IQ E of organization may well be expressed in Emerson's lines: '- 1 lp "All is needed by each one, -,P ' fl ,if Nothing is fair or good alone." Ei! ' , ' si .. 3 -. l fa - e x . f- 5 2-Q, , ,,,. . - . ef,--- N , ,K ., --- e fr 5 - Q V rg . I 4 .A HL, - -ui, 11. 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N u.t... ..,. l'fe-'ea XM, a gi-2' 'i ' ' 2 if W 4 Lua 7 i i,-.E . . Q l QE 11 . , .ll is l 'ly' Ex ll t ' Q li r 2 l li - : l la li ' i l N 17 'Milf l'l, 5 f . l i I . . N ,, l X 5 till, 1 il e is .. l 4 ll ' 2 ' V Nil' l f li li ll i ' N , ll cl ll 5 ' ll A l lx . 5 f N ' il 1 li 3 i ill! l 3 nl 5 i : , ' M 1 -' I 5 f 1' 3 li ' l ll i, N i ' l I l 1 'fi V ' Nl 5 ll l 'll .. ., - . ,. , ,, i f l DAY GIRLS 6 l bDl'.N l C:OVl',RNNIl',Nl ABSDLIAI ION gln 5 ' l - . . Q . Q Q Our hrst social event was the luncheon given to welcome the 5 N Freshman Day Girls. Kliss liradt was our guest of honor, and Domicele g E il f liwayauskas was the toastmistress. f ,i f I l The next and loveliest social event of the year was the fifth annual E f I joint banquet of the Dormitory Student Government and the Day Girls' ll 2 h y Association. lhe girls of the two organizations met in the Palmer Hall Z i l dining room on November l5, 1930. Aloyse Meade, president of Palmer ' Hall, acted as toastmistress. Alice Metcalf. president of the Dormitory Q 5 Q ', Student Government spoke on Hllroadenin f Our Horizons," and Domicele ll 51 i' 'f 7 ' is v - yv X . L' . E ' M ,HA lxwayauskas spoke on bervmzl. "Sharing" was the subject of Mr. Her- iw 'NMI llhy's talk, while Kllss llradt spoke on ''Compensationsf' l M A in Q? Although social events were an interesting and prominent part of ly W' our program during this year, we also accomplished a great deal of work. ' i fe lhe rest room was renovated with new linoleum, fresh paint, and attrac- '-g 5 tlVC'XVlI1Ll0XV draperies. llhe lighting was very much improved with the 25 lil , A 1ldCllfl0I1 of a floor lamp and a desk lamp. liven the couch received a new 3 fig l ' - . ' i: 'N tg cover, and on it lay several cretonne-covered cushions. eil '- if fl - - A - . ,-. J l ut- - .sa Qffif. , J- f'2T:s.- f "W 4- -3' f ' - 'fl' ...-.e-, "L'G-iii'-figsf-'iii 4 X- g- .......L-Z-v-21-1:-.,,, ' 1 . . 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A. is on the air once again with a report of the INCHVS H N 1 athletic news which has accumulated during the school year of 1930 and Q lll 'X i 1931. The splendid cooperation between the officers and members enabled 2 l 1 I 1 . . . f Q 1 1 l 3 thc organization to function smoothly throughout the VC2ll'. lhe Hens 1 I 5 yw Athletic Association were fortunate in being able to hold their incetings -'xl W' regularly each month during the extra-curricular period. 1 'Ml Aside from the athletic aspect of this organization the men displayed I 1 1 a 11 their social inindedness frequently flll'llllg,Ill0llt the season. The Annual : 11ll 1' 1 Nl. A. A. Dance held in Normal Hall was a source of pleasure for all Q '2 ' who attended it. This dance was pronounced as being one of the out- 5, H If standing socials of the year. 1 ,' ' H H .Wai ' l. " Q , E X Y Y 7 4-5 ' X- Qc. .. '+if'.::LL--.. :gif 1-"'L'A: Ti. . 'f'.....-:-- -r '1'-i .J f "".g...f- .5'.L 1-9' V- T igll. 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"'- J-'--' '4+TI.L'- 1:5471 - tt-, 11- , -2 - " A ,,,, 51- if' T '- ' fs 1,-'54 """"' N- -2. t N.. 5- - v4,,,...,..,.., .. ..... ,......... ..,...,. - I ...... -. -Y - ef- tn, 1 H4 -. 5 0 5 ' I 1-2 - E v, 4, 4 l'fy 3 ll I' lxl' 3 ' ll Ig lt 'bs t ol' f ft ' E 1 N -1 N i ll lxll - 2 y l fri' . l l ' ! t i n 1' l b to 1 5 ' M Ml: ' - 1' ' , ' t l 12,3 H, tl t 2 E lt l li i 5 E jill 'H l 5 3 Ill! , ll N 5 - ,. , . X tyij ' lt i MH : i r 1 i t 5 3 l I 1 5 f te 1 t ll ll f wa - t l r ' x H Q . J : Q " i i : lt, M I i " ' ne X-M t i 4 -". ' ' 2 ' ll A t ' I T 1 il t SOCCER 1 ' f. Soccer, culminating its fifth successful season as a varsity sport, was coached tiff 5 hy. a student as has been the custom for some time. This year the.laurels went to I ' l 3 i H,llllllI'llCn Ilanunond who piloted his team through many interesting and intense V ' A ' F matches. I 'lx W The season started off with enthusiasm when the Normal team trounced their v M ' li 3 rivals, Bridgewater, to the tune of + to 2. Normal then met the fast New Bedford I I l X. Textile soccer team, and after a hard fought battle were defeated 4--1. VVithout loss l fl , JV of the winning spirit, they travelled to Cambridge to meet the Harvard Junior Mm F 'M Varsity on their own grounds. The Normal boys fought furiously to the finish. The ' 1, 'i l l 5 ' f the game was Normal-4' Harvard Junior Varsitv-2. After the game i Me Q i score o , , , . 5 N E thc entire squad were guests of the Harvard A. A. at the annual football classic ill y ' f i played between Harvard and Holy Cross. I ., E K2 , The success of our soccer team was primarily due to Coach "Jimmie" Ham- ll: J mond, Captain "Dick" XVard and Manager "Sigh" King. :El new - 5 t f - x T -7- - 3 t fha., -f-- --Y '- A T- - - :Lg . f ' L., T-J-- 4?-:-,,,,,1l,- -,,m .:- - ' 1 -gf: ,J -1:-fi'-f"'Lf--j , , ,-Sr.-... X f - ,"'f,,' Q.: tarp 1 .gA.1.,........., .6 Qgyhiv 'rks..siKX jj' --ft - . - --,-- :lm J-Q '- F 1 9 J 1, 7 f '?"ig, g - - f '.. ,E 7 L""-- ' ' - -' if " N ,H , wrt...-...-1 -V.-. - r . ' N' . : ' ., ff -4-L.- , wx. 41 - j 1-- Ill Q - 1 -s f-, .,.f-- A N11 'a ts:-J!-1l ++:+ l i1'S'E"'1.5:f3fgfg::4,s-xiivs' -,i?3ELgQ:f1?"'1f: 7 . 42-'3..,g,f.f Ytg. f . , . SZ., sX,.,,w:f-f-4 ,,, x.,x,,:x . try fl lt -if v C-,"13:"""f"f-57 ' ff-. .L- 7, ' -I PP 1 ' 4 .A I ...." ---"' f',L.,- as -..V . . ,, , V 1' F 'A Arfrfig.-'Lf' 'i f ',.- ff.-,0'1.:L '.-faikigng -i1g4::.,f'-T".TF 59'-Egyriifjl I 'age one hundred five ,ggttueeriinh r . ' r"e.. ' ' " --P' 'v 7' gg, ' ., -. ' I., J' ' f-I-.3 a-an-6. - 'J' - ' ..,, . Basketball 'l'he prospects for a good haskethall season were excellent when Coach "Ed" Forss issued his first call for candidates. "Bill" Sautter was elected captain, and Henry Doll assumed the duties as Manager of the team. VVith Sautter, Branley, 'l'orno, and XVard left from last year's squad, and with such promising material as Haggerty, llammond, Kearns, Lawrence, johnson, Progin, Barrows and Parker, Coach Forss moulded his team. 'l'he initial game for the varsity live was played with the strong Connecticut flgricultural College team. F. N. S. suffered defeat at the hands of their stronger opponents. The reader should not he misguided entirely hy the numher of games won or lost, for the close scores certainly indicate that many of the games were closely . Q M " A .,,, .. contested. Below is a tabulation of the results: Games N. Dec Conn. Aggies 26 lfillec. Keene Normal 26 jan. M. ix. c. s hlau. Keene Normal 22 jan. Assumption 16 jan. Lowell Textile 1+ Paee am jII1l1tfI6'fI'5I..'l" r. f f 4, '-I-F-' A.. E . '-fa ! J-F - ' T9 Hifi' T 4 als f 0 f v E--'f In ' MET? M ' ia X s. Q, f 1 ,r ,,,,, .. .. 5 Q.- jf . M All i 1-:if-1"l . . -35"-.. ie: -- . ...ss3sNWl-w- M45 are L " ' ii -5 ,,. .......,. -. ., .. Z i 7.5 l iff -3: 3 'lim L3--:fi ' V gf .4 .,.if.lg-ig ff'f.1'gN:-L J! ' :lnf ,,,,,,.,f-e"'Z- "'- 1-ATiii....1z .. .. .. .... ,.... .... ...., ...,..,M-IZ.-,.,,.,,. .,,f,,...., ,........ ,W u l get 0 5 1 L 19 if 5 HW if l i f ie'-'E A l l H57 - 1' , . ,l Basketball-Continued If i, l .. 1 i l . A i l t i J . NV' A! Han. 23 Lawrence Academy ..... . . 20 32 li,,l fi ii Ili, jan. 31 Bridgewater Normal .... .1 32 40 ix il l ,W Feb. 4 Deerfield Academy . . . . . +3 S5 i 4 li' ' frlicb. 7 Cushing Academy .. -A 21 29 , li , I 'tFels. 13 Alumni .,... .- 61 23 li ,il ' l Mar. 4 Cushing Academy .. -- 19 21 l l l l 'Alf' 4 Mar. 10 Lawrence Academy - - 32 40 iy i + 'L Total number of points .. 337 45+ ' ,il 'il 1 'fl-Iome games. 5 ji lull i l i A 7 ' i. . . ' i' 1 ' l. 'l i i f l g l ,Ll l' Baseball gil, i 'f - ' 1 2 l : "I-le's safe!" shouts the umuire as one of Fitchburg Normal's baseball , . i l ' . . . l 1 . stars falls on the home wlate. lVe are certain that the baseball fans will hear I H i l I I l. ' . , . f A this expression many tunes during the games which have been scheduled If ,E 1 i 1 for this season. X i' ' Vith the '11'riv'1l of th ' ' ' nn ' summer davs the baseball squad 2 1 lf N Y . . . eyyaim susy ,, . ,li i of l93l seems to have an unusually bright outlook. Many veteran players, , il il l. 2 - ' - - - 2 li 1 5 l ' as well as new candidates from our Freshman class are in action on the held l , I 3 My already. Among those players left from last year's nine are: Ciccone, Bran- I U 4 j "ln ley, Pease. Hayes, Klasi, Clifford, Morrissey, Hopkins and Bishop. Iheir ry' 5 previous training in this sport is not only proving to be invaluable to them, Q il . , but also to the new corners. 5 1 i 'V 5 f 1 y . . . ' 2 i: , l lhe Hen s Athletic Association of the school have elected John L. T - , Randall of the faculty as sponsor of the team. He will be assisted by none - l ll other than N. Charles Daniele, manager, and hfarino A. Clccone, captain. f i E 1 l , The schedule for games is as follows: ' 4 W 3 i 3 .L , i 5 ' i April 15-Lowell Textile at Lowell , ll 1 ' il i May 6-Lawrence at Groton ' ,W 1 1 1 , . 1 l I fl May 9-Bay Path Institute at Fitchburg .. Li May 13-Assumption College at Fitchburg W NA : May 16-Bridgewater at Bridgewater ' 5 U , Q May 20-Worcester Trade at Worcester .Ml is Mav 27-Lawrence Academy at Fitchburg l il 5 fe Iune 6-Keene Normal at Fitchburg ll ,J 5 E Kp. Iune 10-Vvorcester Trade at Fitchburg fi A .ii if!!! S-,fl 'gil v if " K' f .3 A 5 i : A .-..."': J.-r-fr.-- :' A '..- ,A-, . "' ' - " ' ' ' TT-V 56- T'h Q li., - . ' 71151: CH E ,1 V?4i.a.a 1. :.Ln. xg . , ir-M -,?lbAK,lIg4,1g - V . 9 V7-as vp 1 Q Q13 "A- . - -' - "-RTE' 1-'.., .. - -:. ' i' 2'-L-"'-. ,. ,qv :' 1 V Q -.sg .- i?.i45:T.fTL1f'f2T-fi-, 11 : I hge one hundred seven - I I 'l'his year the XV. A. A. successfully worked out a brand new scheme to f ,lx obtain more competition within the organization. Each girl was either a member of f the Orange '11-am or the Black Team according to the color which she drew early I E last fall. All during the year the Orange and Blacl: Teams have worked together .. il f' Y 'j,,,g1 f, -'ti ' 'A T: iifiiiic ' . .,5I"' ' ' " ' "L i 4:1 7 A 9 + ' 'iif : t f e::: f- '- 'U 1 If 11 r 52 ' llfl "ilk Q if I - :af -A' I l-3 ? 5- s 9 ' ?""'s2Nt -' "" . Mit t ft 3' :elf '-'2-.Jiri f 1 -ec -1-.. . f' 5 F 'PFETE-4. Sr- t,W"'e., vw . ' Et -Kal' t-2 4Cv'- -t-.. x-., - .-. - ..-1.,- -'---- ..---'s - f r-T .: f:?'S"'vf- 'fzfff--e. 1 .f-.- . -- ...l3vf., t- . ' Q '- f ,Q ww in t -"tif . X, - fl -Q- e 1 1- we k a L' ' --"' .... "4g:D'H'. wf'- TM- f -"'fQ - -:-A 51 '-o"llt1 ----'--.. - ' "- 'V '9-xx ' 6' v ! ..ZuQ.lunt'1I'--I-Vu t a""t............a...-I,,'...z.nr-if 'l""v-.. .... :'Tfef'ff-111-52'--Q M...,.tl.tt ht: 1 I .,:,ttH-1"""" "" ' ' Y A X V 'I 75' is 1 . l ff 2 " ' S t ly it ft' l K 3 E ll ti ly 2 l l 3 'pl g ll? - 1 l l V .4 l wp! 4 X - Ii l i 4 t 1 t All 2 ' l tll A 5 l" ' 1: P l, . l l, l, : lliii pf t . l 1 ,ll 5 X ' ,Ht . ly L 5 t 1 ' L T lf l l ll l -j' 5 it l l tl 1. it il i l , l 5 5 li, 7 Q l l' 3 ill. ' l : l Q. E l 5 YVOlVll2N'S A'I'HI.li'I'lC ASSOCIATION lt' 'B t H 5 1 . The XV. A. A. certainly feels that this has been a banner year for them. :Ks 1 I Ill E might have been expected, Helen Steele proved to be a most competent leader of E ll t the association. ller efforts were enthusiastically supported by Ruth Sutcliffe, Vice- I I E l . President: Sophie Falk, Secretary: and Sven 'l'illan, Treasurer. I IH . Y , 3 2 ' r l i Il . , t W ! fl gf? all l p lt W l , 1 M . V - with a point system. The team having the greatest number of points by the close tw f of the school vear will bc the winner of a YY. A. A. trophy which will be retained V V . in the school building. iw 1 - 1 . . . . . S '-I! H Q Ii Much more enthusiasm Ill the YV. A. A. meetings has resulted since the intro- lil J , Q tl:n'tio:t of the two competitive teams. E 1 :.- ' Q 'l'he association owes a great deal of its success this year to the untiring and -'14 ., rflieient faculty advisor, Miss 'losephine A. Holger. 3' , , , , - - 'Y E 'tis y- ' 'I' Ella W J - E ' 'A 4 A F., l 3 5 X . . W ,,-.-N -, , - 7 1- .-FI. , .. xfe ec fffff , N ,. .:4fz-Q11 .-g " 2wS3?ff-T.. " -T, ' fp-ifevsmg-N lego? 5 'fr .. ., . - Q -Q-:wifi a ff,-, -sa--1 'ig:1'r7Tfi'- f e f'213.11?f'i KN!!-Zffi l -it e ' Qs' 'S-sa . - Q s ff-N:- 'f. ,.:..'if-...s, 4i,4.,1,.,j - .175 -ld.: .f -V 1 - , -LEG,--W 4 1, f "e1s":F?P-vfg:!,5.--- at -f 1 1 i-v2.1.4 -"':-JL... , :- ? ' f :"'.z l if "1 " . -e - :gif 1?'Qf,:s'i?sii 23 tg , fp -'Q ' Q li .' F'7i5"f1"1"2"iiiQQ2f-a'l-if LTU " W-EFT T1-55-f?g.i2 5fi'5i.3T7 Pagz' one humirefl' rtighl t 1:- v r i 1 n ,-V, 1 , e 1-i.--Li e ., -. gg: s e i3i1ff?24ffQ1. TTf12 f - - rr - --5 r f - ff ' fe + WF. . ww f E,-at if du I! FI 1 tr 1, ffl. F yrs N111-Q.: ' 2 e ffaii 0 f' e fa 5 Ter' f' A193 ' 'Wi . . . 'W' 1 C223 Q 'CT ' I :fig ' r S " ' f 2---.LG 'hu Qu- - i .1 ,. , 'f,,m,,Egs,,1,3f-., .,,,.. 11.5. L N . -gfhfsifiie .jet 5- M 1 3. .... ,ful ,,-....... V . ,- Q I . i 1 ff-2' - , 9 'fi ll 1 4 1 1 'QQ 35 r 5 11 il , f il? V, 1 li If X 1 2 2 1 1 It 1' f , W ' lt ' 'QW J' W ii l - 4 X i 1 fl' 2 E . It N l L' l i ' '- lx . 3 I 1 1. lvl l lr ll ,lt i Q ll il l ly . 1- g . p 'tl' El " ll 1 ' Y 1 1 2 2 ll 2 . ' 5 'll I f 1 1 , ll . A ,f l i f ll l 1 11 f ll 1 x N . It W V It 1 11 jts il, , W 5 L' 1 . l 4413 'l f 1 I 1' 5? l l 3 Inmxns or svoR'rs 1101. 3 I 'l'he heads of sports this year niost l'CI'lClll1lj' have done their hit lo keep the Q lp Q 2 W. A. .X. a moving organization. liach loader showed an unusual ainount of inter- i 'W 35 lx 2 est in her sport. YVhen the call for candidates was issued, many loyal enthusiasts 2 H 1 , f heed.-d that call withouL hesitation. , : ' ml' Co-heads was a new experiment in the 1931 Sports world. Owing lo a rliangc ' W: - in the length of the training period, it was necessary to divide the work in haskel- l 5 u hall lu-tween two loaders. Mary jL'l1I1lI1f,L'S handled most of the practices until lrain- i Tl I 1 1 ing. then Mary l'crnia took over the responsilxility. Both, however, were on deck I My E 'I yi forthe glorious hnish-the two victorious haltles of the Blacks against the Orange. 5 li 4 ' .' 2 llc-rv are the 1930-31 llcads of Sports: ' ' Q 2 i'i llnflr ' ill 5 w, "'y-:Xhda I.eclcrc . fl f ,lv Sll!'t'I'I'T.'xf'lI'IZl Mcsaisazlk 1 ll 4' M lfll'lL'HllflTESIhC'l' Bullock 1 LN' I ,'IlNI'-'l'llIlH-llC1011 Donovan ll' A r I? l3r1.rl'f:IbalI-Mary Jennings, Mary Pcrnia will . MW Q ','r'7IfII.1'--KU!lll'1'll16 Fitzgerald 1' lx I l x lllklllflllfjll VVaris I 1.5 E , fg W Yizeilzrlrrfllgf-Rlitlt Delaney ff- l g: 51 I I ltfzvfbzrll-.'Xgl1r's Harry in 'gf ' ,415 'l'rm'l'-Ruth Yvorcester fly If llnr.vr.vhnw.v-Mona Kennedy ,l' 3, .li it .'lr1'ln'ry-Felicia Bahiaz x X NR - T ,. -. 4- x ,f'ff' .j s- .r""q . . , A , ...-I , - " T- " , Y- -.M , ,- 4 "-bv gff! ' . f ' B5 3--v tffi. -' :W-fffi?i'."-""3"f ."""' '7' 31- Tr Q -1 3 - ::g,v.lL ' ' ' -. :,Y A. , A 'e5sg,: r 3," g j, ff-54.3. ' V, XQUjjA:'---151 '.x1s1Ff51'f'3'?9'L:? "'X+s'f' i-lil'-H ::ilf:- "" 2- ?. - " ' .1 ' " '4'2.'-5:-1-5-15? 1-,1,",'.- ,f' "'5si. ..: T' -145215, Y. gif , ig" . '34 ,,'.i l'a,qc one h1n1a'rca' nine ,- ,. 3 ! 5 ,, ,w,, ,Y -W .-d-Y . f lr - 1 - v , ..'e.:.11 . -t:-f f '-'- ., . N - dll I! 3? i If 1 ... . " 1194 hm ' 'veg-' 2 'pf tt 2, X 52 'B-lie . 3 ' - the H .lil i'-11 'rf Q.. -.-.s..,. i i 5' 51 i lfjl ?i- " E? 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The well developed products of many pre- 5 E I X l 15' iff ',l l 11' 1 l E 1 '5 1 , pf 1, 1 . 11 I 1, liminary contests. And such a horde of rootersl XVho'd have thought that 1 11 1 1 1 l , their combined Gght u'ouldn't hrmg a victory on that blistering Novem- W Q 1 2 her day, the scene of the hnal Orange and Black encounter? YVith 11 l 512 each onslaught, such veteran stars as Pauline lilouin and Alida Leclerc W1 V 1 1 a Q n v : 1 H, forged into the Black's territory. New luminaries go on record, the first X ,X 1 lg being Captain lCunie Sullivan, then Elizabeth Daly and Marie Murphy. 51. if - 11 l' 5355 if 111131 ' A, , ,e ,A We 1 gffff 1' LZ-1' A . ' ' 'Wfi--f'1'Fh1,Q1-5 X'-" ' Q -4 'f'-- '22--5E' N'i':7 Jjffe' ,Q - 1-14 ii i'r'f-king -if-QUE'-v 3-.w ff xxx if 4, : igisv-.4-r - -4'f?,?: -46,3 ,?.?. 4f'Ni','4l"fs- 1SN. i f?Ef-' 'p - 'f'i'E4if3:a'.9? AG' I neg.-1 - ff feibfif-'ff3'L+11iL-111-' - S2457-ff 1-i,ffiwf+::H+ Hiya one hIllItI'l't'll" len Teresa Noon, Ruth Sutcliffe, and many others have made for themselves a record that will he hard to surpass next season. fgducaixnn 1 l l"l'11v! lx'urU, E. Remshack, S. Tillan, E.. Cilchrest, Captain. .S?'mn11' Row. M. Gallant, T. Noon, S. Falk. 7'!11'1'1l' Rnfw. L. Roche, M. Jennings, Miss Bulger, R. Sutcliffe, S. Kozyra. Ja? BLACK HUCKICY TICAKI Bla - a - cks - Bla - a - eks - lila - a - acks ff' Team! ,lqCZll11l ,liCZll11 l Another loyal squad of valiant hockey players! Some of them were untried Freshmen, hut it didn't take the Blacks long to prove their inettlc. Ir did seein more than once that their combined fury would have Changed that score from an 'O-0 tie. However their effort alone was outstanding. History can record lighters like Klary Jennings and goalie, Captain Tillan. l'rz,gfr one hlllllflflf elemfn ,ap rx. ,i f- 2 i - - 1 .:- --- -1-41--1, '- .' ' ' ' ?L' ' .. 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There Ml' was an early rush to procure a team for the challenge from the Alumni. We lost, I ' but it was a real tussle. Our Orange and Black opponents at the end of the season I f W 2 were no untried products. They had had many previous battles as division and Y ' i class players, Fitchburg was proud to entertain delegates at the closing Orange 1 "l and Black encounter, March 20. The Orange team with Pauline Blouin, Alida Le- 1 i ' . . , - 5 ,'y clcrc, and Toina Rahkola fought valiantly to the end. 'Ihe Blacks had energy to -N spare in every player. All of us remember Betty Gilchrest, Steph Kozyra and the ' 1,l inimitable Ruth Sutcliffe, who was shifted to nearlv ever' osition with equal sue- 5 ' QT Il h . 5 P 1 w E' H 12 cess. The referee, Miss Cogan, must have found plenty to do in the Blackls first I Hill 3 win of 27-13. In the second and deciding match, the Blacks had a much harder 1 l W , ll light to maintain their lead of 22-13. This victorv meant a big leap in the score of 5: it I - x g ? our Back team. ' ' 5 or i . . 'l 11 - fy r 'j lim J 'O if ' J.. se e iii, . '51 'fnf' N- '-eg ,F'-"' fLt1::f"'2-ff1Sf.- P ' "s' -if' 'rl'-TF. 4 X: ,:-711:-""r fuel? f-- f---f .af : :.i -5 ' ,,, .- .L ..:.. ..f.-.-,. . 5 , -Zfrl- g --f-- "" r x"fw 13: .g. J, li - 'inn i-s-F1b311f-?Z,e . - '- ff ' e .- assi: l .ff"ee:f:1 '-'-' M " fe-5xr1!4zQ4 ' -.cess-i:f.:?212?kXX4S' F'-Q-1-.Q - l 1z :- ? 5. 1 ,- -- - v...:':1ssg3?-'i-197,21 1, ,. ' ge ff5iaiv""ijg 5?.i41:.,, 5-7- 1-'11-g'e One h11mz'rerI' Irrfefrw' ,. E -lf...13' 6" i ' ill-ii i -- 1 if du 13 EI 1 rr 1, its 1. " 1 1 ee fi-du ff i f sf? 'R f ra e Sim, x l if .-.,, V, ,F I. 5 T3 11 - ,rlglg "W v iii , '-2? 2, If r- Q --Le 41-ff ' F .. nf' slwhx .5 7 A . 'gg " A' - ci te' 423 - "' . 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Q ' lt : , . . , . . - - ay l , ' , - I fl 5 Harrington lectured on H I he History of ltnglish Drainay 0100115 flclllkf' g X Z s 1 i . . 1 1 5 5 ing drama from its early stages to the present day. L Ml If A meeting of unusual value to the club members was in charge of H ge ll Hr. Daniel Darney of the Leominster High School. "C,ostumes and the Q ill Q 1 al Various Methods of Making Them" was the subject of his talk. No lilll - ,fl Dramatic Club year would be complete without a discussion on " l he Art I I , li 1 I Q u 1 1 T: l,h- , l y nf Rlakmg Up." l he first meeting in April was devoted to that phase of ig in '-I ' ? l dramatics 2 " lr, " t i-V Q 1 415 x fri' E10 '1 5'lA'll - fa e j li x T ls 'f . - -, 1' 'z' E' tu 1 92 "'b. -.- .. ,-- :. ,- K , ' --- ,, , f ,, - -- ----,-,Qf :e-cfL f'1"xvf"'ib incl.-.pt ff-1?-11 - ' 'ft' t,-1:11-'--fzflff-1?f-H'- lfefif H- " 'l',7l'5,2:sN' gf, 1- 'iff-E.F 3'5?2'-H- ""F"fS- ev- -- , 2 .fwfr eifsfFM1f.2-W.t - r sts-ll? 5'-Q! 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A cast of enthusiastic actors under the capable direction l Q 1 W ' of Miss YVilliams, spent many tedious hours of rehearsing in order that at last ' 5 t their aim might be accomplished. ' i it it i 'l i 5 The beautiful stage scenery which the Dramatic Club procured for this play l ' l' E is especially worthy of mention. Those who witnessed the production could not 5 V E MH help noticing -the. effect of color harmony in every phase of the scenery. 'Much , lj , My praise for designing and erecting this beautiful scenery is due to the men in the W 14 3 Practical Arts Department of our school. QQ! 14 The cast of "Dulcy" includes: Q I 1 3 W Dulcy , ....... Helen Blanchard Schuyler Van Dyke ., Edward Harris lx as Nil 'Q Q0Kl0n Samir? -----'4 xlfnanlszlhsfymolll' Tom Sterret . . .4., Clifton Felton l i l 1 il lillrs Olgimlrlmelsil lea A I I V red gve,:ttfE-tml:-E VVilliam Parker .. . ..,.. 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In this comic Chinese 5 ' I ' ,N 5 fantasy, two perfidious keepers of an imaginary dragon and Kooie Yan, the ex- 1 5 3 -I 3 quisite daughter of the Lord High Mandarin, delightfully entertained the audi- if Q 11 ence throughout the performance. ' I if :,l Q Jerome King as the Lord High Mandarin, and Dominic Capone as Captain f ,xl 5 ofthe Mandarin's guard, assisted the girls in presenting "The Dragon of Wu Foo." ll W I Miss Bolger's cleverness in teaching the dances, and the untiring work of the I -, lf Q president, Irja VVaris, and the assistant manager, Kathryn Moriarty, must be re- lx, ii 411 called. Marcelle Schenker and her scenery committee certainly did an excellent ' E ' piece of work in making the scenery and the dragon. The school orchestra did its 51, l - part by creating the musical atmosphere and making the situation real. 3 1 5 1 lt was Miss Perry's enthusiasm and capable leadership that spurred the entire a 5,9 E11 Glee Club to success. 15. 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T fl l 5 i' z E 1 llll' T V' THIC lJl'fBATlNG CLUB ' On Xlarch l7, 1931, the Debating Cluh had full charge of the regular ' T, - z X Tuesday morning assembly period. The program consisted of a forum Q ' 3 discussion on the question "Should Normal School Students lie Informed I il i V, W I , of Their lntelligence Test Ratings?" Ralph Mayo upheld the affirmative 1 ' :ide and lrja YVaris the negative. The purpose of conducting the forum 1 l 1 l i i ' i l 5 5 I. i , was to show the students of the school the manner in which the regular ,Xl ' meetings were carried out. 'TN F 1 'i ' The lnter-Normal Forums were held April IO, 1931, at Bridgewater, will , . - A - 4 f . NVestlield and Fitchhurgl- The subject for discussion was "The Values of 2 'yd Rural Schools as Compared with Thoseof The City Schools." The T A , ' economic aspect was taken hy Bridgewater. Westfield discussed the socio- ll! -- N logical viewpoint and Fitchburg the educational. a v'- il illll . li .ll li if il lj Nj lgi l xl IH ilil l ,AT N En 'il E A xi , - 5 4' i T .F 5 -fl ' f xi in gr I X1 Y Y A h x tj' A, 3 5- e C .... , . . C , r . , .A , s ---... qff ' 1 44' , --J ..- mr.. ---s- .. - g -- . --.. - -.,. ---- -1- --. .... , . .. 1. M 'ig sv' 'ae- y' Qi1'f1-'ii iris' - HJQNV--1 Q 4 4 , Vg - 5: ..i --KU -ff... f V- s - Q ..-- -5x 1 2 - A , 1- - J-. , -Am T 1 .- ff A 'S-. ' .1-' rf' . :isa-4 1 1- -: 11 f A-""'x' -'- '- 1---1 - ' I4 F'-L55-.Y.. Q : - 1 -' -., ' ' 'X ' X "V . - "" :'5.11-35.-1"e'-5-if .L ft ii ,-' "vie ' 'T fsiflilz.. '3'f' 'N 3 -ef 1.22.1 Page 0116 hlnzzfrea' si.1'lezw , E , IH : -' 2 gil . ,lx o 1 . f l, 2 - 4 E av .- 7 il s e i s " e du I3 af 1 xr n v' :ta Q,i' , , ts 3 K f i 1?'e3"""7f ettgfg ' Wg WPA.. l ,Wif't't-?!'S -- - - i 1 " V --fi 'Qi S. P" ' ... - -- ,. ff: r T P ' Il? 14,1 Evra' 'hi' ,- ,,f4-:..:.:- 'fipl-115. 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VVhen the day I X E f 'V of the real trip comes, what we learned in our club trip of fancy will be , , I , found useful. one advantage of such a journey is that it may be as 3 'q, 'E i extensive as our powers of imagination allow. , ' X ' ln making our itinerary, what a voyage we planned for ourselvesl Q E VVe would visit the fortress of Gibraltar, and the beautiful Balearic lslesg .ly g see the French Riviera at the height of the season, from the crowds of nl, Cairo seek the mysterious quiet of the desert. WVe would visit the rich lx 3 -,g island of Ceylon, India, our own Philippines, China, the country of con- in Ml' trasts, and Japan in cherry blossom time. 4 1 1- , ft At the present time a real trip is being planned, probably to the VVay- gg 5 . side lnn or to Ht. Klonadnockp WVhatever place of note is chosen, we are ' l' - anticipating a trip that will be a realization of the two-fold aim of the gh TUE,- Geography Club-information and enjoyment. flax? . is is f ,, , 5 N? 'X f f-,. - X ' E-- f qia' - -L. - . -.. , . ." - P' 7'T' t' -- ' - .- 4' - ft - ' ' " -" if--"fc " ,, . 'ix iw egkje llifili 5"Qiie::?lir 1 -' ' ......L-Z 4 ff- -,T.L" Y --24 ' 4. ,If f L Y-K . 1: ."' - ' "" 7'f' V " - 'J'---.' ' legit, 4 ,te . :.,f?-kubek ., ff-sr i-I -.11 'ezasxr A K-frbsi ' -use I fx W-Af, - f rxrvffatzeffr -1 ' F"P'f'-.- -'-1:-.T. Zlimgfb 'I Ef 1g5+4 fg, ' "" ':g,1Q-21-S-'55i52?ffff ,171 "5 ,, .Lggf 7-'17-Larigl l-U l 7 59 -- 'ffS3?E":!5f1+5I l'ag1.' one hznldrerl' xrf'e'11fz'c'11 E 6 ducaixnt, ,off-Q 'Y'f'?-'WT i - u.,p,,1,Q, .Ft-45-,ug - -, 'PS-T - - TH If MOHAXVKS A warwhoop sounded and the Mohawks gathered in a circle around their Big Chief, Mr. Harrington. The glowing light of the campfire brightened up the faces of the assembled warriors as they passed the sym- bolical peace pipe from one to another. The Chief arose and wrapping his blanket majestically about him admitted that they must tell the Great Spirit Saxifrage of their accomplishments for the past season. Intent silence reigned as a chosen brave Soangetaha related this account. The interests of the Mohawks broadened into the field of dramatics and socials during the past school year. "The Haunted House," a note- worthy play, was enacted in the Assembly Hall on the night of February I-l-. The cast succeeded in creating an exceptionally mysterious setting which kef the audience in suspense and in roars of laughter throughout the entie erformance. ln Klarch the annual Nlohawk Dance took place in a mc. unique lndian setting. To conclude a prosperous season. the Klohawk Braves attended a banquet and installation of officers in the ,Hotel Raymond. At this banquet they extended their sincere wishes for success to the Klohawlc Club of 1931-32. Page one hlllllfl fa' Elzghfttfll 1 .- 1 ig 572- e . , ,.,5y , -VF ' T ii , . ,,..g'i' ' - -" ei , .L f' f B ' ' W:-I-Al F . . .,:,.1V f Q-iv , L xl - .t J ,.,:L W -, I . 11.1 154 " ' , r-ff flu 9 3 1 if It Ag. ig-49 2 1 . . ,. f H' 5' 5 . ,Wi ' - ' 2 ei' fiat? .cgi fy -r f ' H421 fum? 3 , 1' ff K F - 1 lv- F4 f ,,.,. i 37 '--:N ,. l L .I T.-' ff ,, ,hz 1 Sf, 2 L nn.-xr - -ff it... , ,mn gg '-25411 . A 'f W 5- .E X 1 it-1' f e .L li- ve - ff- --ff 2. 1 I l li r . wh v Ex H 1 ff' f E ' 1 1 I' 5 1 if 1 w . f 'Q W 1 s fi I ' Q ' , 1 , 1 1 1 Ii . ! , Jill: . . ,ll in 1 l llql l ll' lllll l l' lll 9 1 1 i ll f 5 1 vl' , ll! 1 ,f,,- -1 7' 1 1 li ' ' ' pgqiwt " -. "'f..'r.:i4'ZTl."' ','Qf-- N- ....',,.-51 1 1 LQ 1 A Z f 1 ' ' ' rl 1 5 .5 : I- 5 4 L 1 1 1 J 1, 1 ii 1 , 'lj 1 l 1 1 1 i ' l i 'l 1 ,W I rl l W ' 'rms Gaviccificks 11 1 lxlyfl The Gavc-leer Society has terminated the iirst decade of its existence 1 5 l under the guidance of Hr. MacLean. With George Clay as Presidentg VN' jg l-lenry lgoll, Vice Presidentg VValter Dudley, Secretary gr and Howard g Neidel, lreasurerg the Gaveleers of 1930-31 have experienced another E 11 ' 1, 2 delightful year in the history of the club. H hi Two outstanding social events of the society were the annual Gaveleer E 1 xl 'l 1 Dance and an entertainment entitled "An Hour of lVIystery" which was 1 1 I ' " presented by Mr. and Nlrs. Hoadley and members of the Magic Club from A Wg ' the Nlassachusetts School of Art. ' I ,ll E 'fr' ? lhe "Gav," a paper containing society and school news, has been sent f l ? ix, to all Gaveleer members each month of the school year. The Alumni lid l il U declare that this paper has helped them to keep in closer contact with the wi 'Z El : school. 1 'r yi ll Q . . 5 gl M5 The Gaveleer Society brought the year to a close with banquet at ll' 'iff Whalom Lake. lVIany of the Alumni were able to attend tl' inal allair llvl . It of the season. Everyone agreed that with fllr. MacLean as sponsor, the ,V i H, club will equal, and even surpass the progress made in the last decade. ill - f flmici, usque ad arm. 2 ,J 7 r gi lg xi? -- I Q Lv - ,l 1 i i 1 H -5ll's,9xii7y.w ss A 4-, -flu' Lvl? 54+ J- - - 'yi-ffzzf . ...-- --L Q 2-eff, i .v f ""'--.f'f 5:c'-r1"'B'?r'u-er' XXVIII-FT a. ,,.j Q.,-1-, . ' "" - L f ' cf ' "" za 4.15-5'-55izi:'9TfGP, Jiif s 473 ' ":'?T-' . " . " T ' if: . l'41-gc one h1n1n'z'ea' llizlrlrezz i ,t I -- -- -:. . ' . r:, T --ses' -r--P:-'L --- . .. L 2 '-L ,ef eese L lv- , e ofa? . E t 1. lini d ? , lf . ,qw iz-.. 5 +ee ,ei - if du 0 iff 1 rr f f l We :Qt .-..... f .5 E, L3 I X -A gt-X za if - Ng Q , I, 'Mfg 4ff7 .f - is' il' .-G-"tl .' -Y "ILM -. - - 1 1' h' NT-:rm if fda Dev. t gh , . V , -21,55-I I C, V , I lg---J ,--:5- gi 2 tmsx 6 ' 0.x F K , .I .. tffwkslas-asm M K :fel-1 JZ? L '- 4' 'lei I L , . - , Lag'-f' ' -- wb 't gs-:gl ---7 ., --ATiE -1.4 W .. --- . 1 . TTEJLA N. T r V -N 'f - rs.. L .- -- 4- A - 2-.-fr sk""'vu.... -f ,fa-4-41:1---.. , -.lt -.1 ,V ,,..5-mwah , . ,.,.f.gL,L,f.yeL- -4 .,., . - .wsutt-4-N. 4 .. i.1t'........-J. .....i......m.... .,.. .. -t.....---,- -- A -fr -A----- .,....,..m,-'itil 1 yn, Y . f y7',f""" ' r ' 3 , f YE W - l Q H ii :QUE Hi :HW ' 5 l' fi,i i Ml' "' f q l yi Q - -i it iii , l l f I 3 ,W l il, i L it lk' 1' . lillll Vlr , l ' 'll ! 1 I .l' Q 2 ,' ,I' ' t . . . L , ' : l. 1 2 it .l Q i ,l ll. lx i fi l, i E tl 1 X' I ' ,M .! xifyy ' i s it l 5 If ' ' 1 . x ' J , i l H Ill E t t - il Wi . 1 il w I I I l 1 ' l l i ' 1 ' N l I l I l ji: u,'1 it l i i gilt 'Q w ' - 1. 'L S l l ,. . ,. 2 ll a 3 LIIERARX L.-XKNP, , 5 . ,, . : 11 3 l "Literary Lane was the name selected for the new school magazine for a Q l 2 3 very obvious reason. YVe iietured ourselves in a beautiful shady lane, with large 5 E 5 l . . I ' i- 3 . 2 trees on either side of the pathway. As we traveled through the lane, we were ' 5, f llf entranced by its charm. VVe pictured ourselves as happy princesses and princes, f Q ll , as knights and ladies, or as laughing children. Suddenly we stopped for we had Q l i - forgot that we were about to turn the pages of "Literary Lane" to see what I . xl' I I' treasures were in store for us. VVe had been gazing at the title and the cuts on 1 l' 5 .1 . . . ' , i the cover, while all these thoughts entered our minds. 4 i ' li N Now let us turn the pages. Poems galore! VVe stop to read a poem or two fy before we venture to any stories. VVe are carried away by the charm of Nor- Ml , 'la mal's poets. VVe awaken, turn more pages and rind a good mystery story. VVhat l il if thrills it gives us! VVe turn another page for an inspiring essay. Never did we ,lx gg Ill dream that an essay could be so interesting, so educational, and so thought j ll, . i . . F , g provoking. LM ' It , , . . : '- E H lhen - at the end of the lane is a house. Fatigued by such awe and wonder lm M at the offerings of "Literary Lane," we seek a place to rest. The house at the end ,I E ' of the lane is just the thing. VVe enter the house, and vanish out of the picture. 'J E VVe have finished our stroll through "Literary Lane." Q, ga g' The stall was aided in publishing this magazine by two extremely capable ix ,Frist faculty members, Miss Katherine McCarty and Miss Susan xs7llll1l!IlS. T ' t: ff Al! - , if l 3 xr fx 7 .-- - - ,Xe . ! -- -5' ,.. . , - T 7 " '----... VA V---1, ' --e- .5 4, .-.-- ' ff, - 1 :if T p- fig'-f H F5:T'i1T:f'r f T 44 15 4"'fFfA V , . .- ,, , -L -..R - . ..... Y. , -.-..-. . . .,- . , X . .gs N1 5,., .fr ls:-7.1-wr ,,.,-a ,s7':1--5 fi 5R,,l-L :'g3g:1'f --tiny., V.- gb:-,-U. 'mtgzxi iiil g, rr -if fi. mastiff-W, -1 .-....e we - . like e - e rg H -2 1 hXtt!!Ag-ge s -fi A - X" --' is-:2+y:a if 1- xt' ,"+ -"- .T 4-Bing-f-X .1 . --: 'X--Y . - i - Yves- Page one hmulrrzz' ffflfllfjl E 1: fg2-f ff'- Q 'QE 'fi 1 If 11 'WW' -Q-my , ,g,va'F- l-'EQQ 1,15 fl .: f E-"-1,-.isfggg 5 - U 'JM U4 --'47 '-4"T?v"'-22:-"2 . -. -.N -.- 1 ..., E f- .--1 , Sn . l .- .QNA E M631-if L 35: - -- " 'Mis' flip" . t-.ffifgi EEN' 35 "-' N-F3 -ff ' T51 ---A --V-----4-- . 1 if E -or 6, :dQ...:., i..L.,,...i,11.sI'E" 4 I-'fuM...:-422112: ---- W . ...,..-. X Q5 1 Q NH .,, 1 ll' 5 l . V y I i 4 flll , V I, 1.. . ,M y il ,it 3 il i 1 i l 1 ill' i li, 1 Ii! A "' f- ' -...- A 4 '- .. : - .f-1 -.-- ' ' . .,... . :'w.w. --.f.,.1 Q lj' 1 SAXIFRAGIC isoaim-1931 ' l A lfdifm- ...... ICTHELYN C. VVATSON fJ.v.vi.i-fnnf lffdiior IJONIICIELE KW.-wixusix is M 5 Businfm Jlanayer 3I.1xRc:.AxRlzT M. VV.-KRD Advef-ri.l-ifig Nnrsox PROFIN M M ART Mvsic ,lf Paul lllanchet, Ijlllliflllllll Mario Ciecone, Clmirnmn i Helen Rooney lfclna Peltier Klaclelaine Murphy 5 N H UTNIOR Catharine li. Rogers l .lemme King, Ijlllliflllllll CLUBS ' Virginia hlikaelian. Charles Daniele Debrllifly-Cilzulys Shannon W' Katherine lXlCHugh A C111'elr'1'r.v-Howaral Neiflel ll i A'I'Hl,lETlCS xl10lllI'lUk.l'-RiL'l'l!lI'il XVarcl . I ' 1 , , Henry Doll, Clllliflllllll - I Sven 'l'illan Katherine Fitzgerald VVRITIQ-UPS 5 I Gertrude Puhaklca, fjlllliflllllll ,, I ,wil Day C:fI'I.Y1NI2lI'f12lI'Ct Sheehan DllI'lllif!ll'Al' 4'I.l'.Wll'iIIfi!llI- Madeline Smith f:1'llfjl'Ilf?1l-l' Club-Kathryn Beaton w ill John Hastings Richard Oliver STAFF l,HO'l'OGR.-XPHIZR A Befsie lVickham Aloyse Meade George Clay ll Alice Metcalf i . I HIS'l'l5RI,-KN I ffl 3 V .SDCL-XL? I lr-ia XV21l'lS I 5 f fl lxathryn Moriarty, Cluznvnan Assisxllzm' lNOTliS E ,V John Geary Lois lvade Nlyrtle Filanslcy, Clmirnmn ff DRAMATICS Helen Dempsey ,p lfdwin Harris, Clzrzirninu SECRIETARY X liz. Dorothy 'l'urcotte Helen Lennon 'E , --.... . - - ,... -w . -.. -U - ,.., .. -,.. ' -lib-AMifv.V! ---if 1 ff -V-A :gf . bali? ff3.I -7,-fa.-fw 5 1-gqzvli ,,,:- Y . ' ig A: fax-f-'fire gL:i5r+-r4L2-,:- if IJ4Q2.2fF':'g -' - fb? I fc v Hzge one hundred izurnly-our' 11 i u 1 U tt Shi 3- W 'Q 2 ' Z' :QQ --L. N 'f 5-k' E 1 . -' E' 11 ,,.,.s-E. , N X--:Ef :Em Eif,1T1'f 1 1 -1 '-- ' ,fa illfffg -V - 1 1f11 gXvf5.iE'.f v.-ffm :. 1g:-FM' ' iii" ' 5' T fwi ,,,...fMfL2'-'Lf:fu'f1p1-1. --- ms1..1.'.L.1 1 . ..'i..a...:-11... .... ..1......7.':,.n..m.4-15- f111...,...,1---ri-:film-. ........ - ,-..,..,...111-55111 in - 1 1 . 1 E 1713.12 11 1 1 51.12 -1. 1 35 1 1 I. Af if . 1 1 1 5 5 11 11111 11 11 5 U 1, 11111, I 11 1 1111.1 ,1 . 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 15 11 5 1 1 11 1 1 '11 11' 1 9 1 11 11 1 5 1 111 1 W I I 511, 11 r 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11, 1 1 1.1 1 .1 11 1 1 1 1 3 11 5 1 1 1 I 1 1 11 111 V111 1111 11 3 1 3 111 L '11 1 2 1 1 E 1 1 f 12 i 1 111 3 9 1 1, 1- I 1 - 1 2 11 ' 1 1 ' 1 '1 ? 1 ? '. 1 1 A 5 111 111 S' f 11 12' '11 5 1 Q 1 1 3 11 Vf 111 ii 4 1 1 1 5 11 15' 1 f 1 'U 1 1 1 1,5 E 1 ' 111g ANNIE LOUISE KELLER MEMORIAL 15 11 11 White Hall, llnnoas, 1929 2' , f 1 'Qi il?" , Q 1 :Ag Y f Y E L ' A f 'f1T 'x . ,, -, - ,,,, A i 1' -13g'AX" ig - -fu 'lN':1N"'ffi Qfir? J N- 3 '11 .?ZiL 1 1317, 29 'Sl-gb, fiikg-111' . P f ,.,,41-dfwi' f ?.fi.+,, ,+:?f., -E NE.. '1 V- "1 . -- -swsffi:-f-S-2-aes-gf' -1- 'iii-?'wQf'-4.E:.YT'., - Qff-surf: A5 - -1 14, fTf.v 'f"".'F-.HF 1? if - 1- '.- T5 S11-:Xi 351+ .- -:f-1--ff . -9-ffmzsx-V-',vf'.4f 'f- ,f 'f -7414 f""2' 59'LffL Nw: Hffxfiiefif Palgfe one hzmlfred iwezlfy lwa E . ef 27?--W 're ,M f ., -'-F ' 1 Ji1i"?f" 4f,t,'? "f .,,--i"T ' 'L L R i -E + "'r SASL 2' du 3 U 1 If it -fifxl-gg! :TM 'Qdl s.l'f -filer 215 5 Z. . 'X -2 12" H-1-sg-f-NJ'-'53 s 'ill 1 'yfffyf-'wag-..:f4-. V . l., ,Uv s-:fn -,1:a,:.,, ,J ,V 5 u I ,. Q E. fQj is -.Er-s gf --+fx?+-- . 1 1 ,. t,lWe- Exzll fr-1-A 'rw lit? M ,lin fr 11 ,j ",i,q,9 E5-,gig-LX: 3 AEE mn ,........ . 6 ,,-:Q 1 ji 5 Eitrljgi il,-5152 ,K WM, - Ji?-iss cc 7 . e- . yi r.. F l. 1-..., T- 'uf 'N' : 'V-.Big-lrrpum wif, v,..1.-z.,,,. ""' 5. .f'uE M,,,...H' If - f-. ,t.tut.t.. ..... W... ... ts.. . ..... -,.i.a...., ...vui -s o '--a-t---M -- -- -X l H I . 5 or-Q '1 ri ' .1 1 . l ll ' will if lf ll i ' lil A fill it f ,,l f l . .,I X li' ac D M 97 l yi f Y PC3111 USCUITI ll 1 lj , 5 i.0RADO 'I'Ar'r, Todd Lecturer for 1931 l l it . d x 1 "Great art demands passionate appreciation." . J! ' Of just what passionate appreciation consists is quite evident to one having ' .l come in contact with Lorado Taft. One has only to be in his presence a short ' ily while before realizing the fervent love and enthusiasm that beauty is capable 5 ll ' of arousing. How well does Mr. Taft's ardent zeal fit him for the self-appointed , I 1 . ' l 5 task of awakening art appreciation in his countrymen! 1 -ll i i Q re 4: That Americans have long been neglectful and unmindful of art is well known. However, this neglect is not due entirely to ignorance or lack of tradition. Many of our museums have failed to serve their purpose by unconsciously refus- ing to know their occupants. As a result they have Colne to house a host of deformed personalities who serve by admirably easing sharp corners in various ill-lighted rooms. To overcome just such an American tendency, Lorado Taft was ' led to formulate his delightful dream museum consisting of a collection of plaster fi ll' f casts, properly lighted, and arranged in historical sequence. May one man's . l , , , dream serve to arpuse a dormant emotion in many men's hearts. . l 3 fl' 2 i A f il' 5 WH! li W l ll E r fe ll l V fi V 510 l 51' ,- XT Y h 4- li. 2-125' --.- J- --'-f:5 E---l+L'.1- -we ""' ' ' A- :3':"i"2f:-5,'IT5'i-i4.7.9"? 2.-'t'.fSX "'lL+i1T:.41 13' - 'TW-1 -7,i-4g5T3e' -1----1.-1.4.---1--As... -r-'-1, 'P' -' 'Tm' 54" f :Q LL.:-EL' te is-e eewmff -lltffrreve Wiw iff e 4 - tt U, Q,rgl.5,c My., gL,,f,u-.:-5 M 5 - Z, dv-,-car, .v 1 , .gEmi,e:.??3f- .. . ..- 4' 4, f-r..ir Y W V- ,,Lgi:s:1,t3.-f.::L.:-1? 'I ,d r .f -A-,gfv " Ngjzt, ' - 7' sc T' is 5-:Q Q.-fj".L:-"iv-j-','4-'Z f, -2,13 ii .15 ,KS',X.-at , rj kfpx i 1 '-3' .-Ai f",:'.-Q:7'1.-319152-EE!'fX'g,l"1g"-1-'?" 1- ' Page one lnnnlfed iwembf lhfee r f f - -1 . -..-fif2tt"., ,. - far: - ee- of 'fi ' .. an " 4' "4 fr?-5,5 iii-j'fI'3iT 9-:ixxxwi ,1.X1::--"'5-Lr.ft....- u I U Qi -9.1 3 -rb i. .. 'I 41- Q ll f. ? uw -ei ' at igl , 41 ,, 5 6,4--5-. L. -. : E . . , ,eetq,.,. BA-he Y H. ,.--.1 . . , 3 , 5 gs. ravi? 9' PM 1.2 4 FA. --"' ii' V' : "2i"'1-iT- C-A' Sz "':Fi'i- ,ZZL-F .-ff' if? E ei ....'fF71i1QE:s1XN -' ' A' ff-F fn , -1- -,. ... K f ,,, 1 A . ,,,,,. ,J lf -JQQL - -'lr 'F H -'fx lf",-.i ij. .,.icg-f9 g:iL- Q- 3 ,git 4 ,nm .,.. . H nga... 1 fit 3: y f H' ,fgiast ,i t t, W 11 3- .1433 lit , Y ! .- ,. . P . i ZX .... . . N I ..... ...a........ ..,,.. .N .A Q.. ..,,.. . . 1. ,, '--m,,,,,,,,,,, iw I ff-1 . e .s- 2 t 7- 1 I J . I J ' I A 11- 2 . - .wt 1:3 I I :Hg .' , l TF. ii 3 ' I 1 5' , 2 is ll . l ' Ax . ' lt, f Assembly Notes , I t lp . Z I I 3 'It it 2 . . . . : l-y 5 tl' Manv are tlte innovations which were tntroduced 'tt Fit hi I ' 'I ,Vt l N .. - . - C Hurg INormal I llill School this year. Among them is the one long assembly period a week to take i , the place of the customary two. Now that the periods are fewer and longer, the ill, lt, e opportunity of their being more interesting and varied has been increased. Each 5 will ' Ijll - week the students look forward with happy expectancy to the assembly period. Q i 1 l r Q u n Ihose of us who had seen the movie, "With Byrd at the South Pole," were ' .lp particularly interested in the authoritative talk given in the assembly, October N l IMI i 14, hy Arnold Clark, assistant magnctician of the Byrd Expedition. He spent two , I lip 1 years in that dreary isolated territory. "Man overboard!" Imagine the consterna- ll l lp! W tion that mttst have gripped those men when those words ran through their con- lt, V li sctousncss. Incredible as tt may seem to tts, the men of the expedition were E ,tl I Lk Q reluctant to leave that vast expanse of snow and ice where they had given two ' fl l . u Q ' I ' I . years of their ltfe for the sake of science. 5 V x x A, li WHS 1ll'Pl'0lH'iIlF6 that Harlan Hoge Ballard should come before tts on 'lr' , t November 4, to lecture on the Roman poet Virgil since this Y - 'k' h ' i ' y , 3 l .- .yeat tnat s t e two J Y if ly, E htmdretlth an.ttversary of the creator of the "Aeneid." Moreover, Mr. Ballard is 1' I li. i 2 the author of an linglish translation of the "Aeneid," and was able to give tts I ll: ' l 3 tmtch insight into the personality of the poet. His theory concerning Juno as being t, A ,T ji! representative of the weather was both novel and logical. V I, I Mp When Dr. Iippler, author and lecturer, spoke to the student body on Decent- il l , ,lf ber 9, lte came as one duly impressed and affected by a great personality. Th:1t 2 E personality was Nathan I-Iale. firom the message given us, we became poignantly li E VI consctous of tlte awful events which scented to pursue Hale until his death. Much 'l A I. . . , 4 . . I 5 .2 W of 'thc deep love that Dt. Eppler had for his subject was transferred to his Q IV 4 5 aut ienee wr the thought that here was '1 worthy personalit ' ' 5 5 3 , 3 i- f - 1 - y-tnsptred and worthy , Q , fr I of etnttlatton. l I , 5 I ' f - . , ' Y. ? , Ilow thought provoking was the unusual talk given us by Miss Park on jan- I I E I I' UUV5' 13- Miss Park came as a representative of a Massachusetts State Hospital I 3 , i wherein chtldten who are mentally competent but physically handicapped receive ' ,I g . Y, 5 their education. She told of conflicts fought and won-mental conflicts which exist I il f 1, Q so often tn tlte tninds of the defortned. 1 r f E ' li , . 1 I 1 ll ii Among other representatives from the State Department of Education who 'rr' M ltaye shared their aims and interests with us are Miss Ida Sheib, Supervisor of l 12 -T M I Sa ely Education' Mr Herbert Dall ' '- ' ' ' 2 If . t - as Supervisor of the Rehabtlttatton De - - I I f 1 ,: V part . 5, E M tnent, Mr. M. Norcross Stratton of the Teacher Training Division, and Mr. l, fu james Moyer, Director of University Extension. We are now anticipating lee- 1- ii E N V. turrers front tlte State Department of CorrectionQ the State Department of Public gi? 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Lveryone was there. lhe Fac- . 1 1 1,1 1 1 ulty, the Seniors and the Juniors welcomed at this time the new members 3 111 1 11, 11 of the faculty and the Freshmen. We hate to think it is the last reception f 15, 1 1 1, 1 we'll go to at F. N. S. 1 1 1 1 '11 1 ,11 cuctom-411, 1930 , ,111 fs 1 1 , , , i 5 5 11 1 1Ve have neglected you, dear diary, but -we have been soibusy. lhe 11 1 11 5 111. A. A. had a dance October 2-1. It certainly was good. lonlght the N ,luniors conducted one of the finest parties in our three years here at 1 , 1' 1 1 19 F. N. S. Their refreshments, decorations and entertainment were marvel- 1 1 1 111 ous. They are to be congratulated on their class song. lt's great! 1 '11 1 1 1 Q 11111 s 1 January 9, 1931 1, g 23 . . . . 1 111 1 lhe old saying "All work and no play" cannot be applied here at Q ' Q school. 1Ve have had something almost every week since October-bam 1 1, 1,111 5 qucts, plays, dances, and vacations. Tonight was the beginning of W. A. A. I , 2 1 1 week-end. Our gym was magically transformed into Palm Beach where a - 1' sport dance was held. Tomorrow there's Work to be done, but tonight we - . E , . 1 1 1 i forgot all about F. N. S. and went south. 1 1 H ' 111 3 f , f 1 yy January ZS, 1931 I, 11 1 11 ' . 1 11 31 ,1 Honestly, dear diary, it seems as though each party is nicer than the W 117 11 one before. The weeks are llying by, and each one holds a surprise. Janu- 1 1 ,11 ary 23, we saw "Dulcy." It was wonderfull Instead of having three short 111, 1 1 plays for the open night, the Dramatic Club presented this three-act com- L ' 51 edy. VVe enjoyed the change. 51 11g 5 1 'I f 1, I, T R .1 ,:' E 12 5,0 1,11 E" Lg, v Y i 1 ..-- -... - ' J:'r-"-. T:,,1' ,.,.- .1-,M L-A ' :, A, ' ,,, f' rf ff-1:-'1 -EQ,-Z: 7,2 - 1 fl Page one hlmdrcd lfr1enL1f-ive 1 . VI, , E fb 1 . 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I Xb, , , li 1 ll 1 ' an se an xl l .1 111 , 5 l - 3 F6111-1111-y 16, 1931. 1 lg ' 1 Y V lg l It is a good thing we are not superstitious. On Friday, Feb. 13, 1931, 5 N , lx' ! l the Freshmen gave their party,--and Friday the 13th, was their lucky day! 1 '11 1 1 ll The decorations and entertainment were the most delightful we have ever , 11' 11 1 scenl VVe must award a medal to the class of 1933. VVe didn't know Q 1' 1 either their songs or their colors! lt was a great partv! I I 1 -. - 1 . 1, ' A On Saturday the Mohawk Club gave their play, "The Haunted f , 1, , 1-louse." Again the Klohawks Caided by three charming Senior girlsl, Q 'ly' 1 111, came through with a night of perfect entertainment. - . 1 , 1 .1 . . . ,L Because of Lent there will not be much in the line of entertainments I IW - ll 1 for a while. 1 . . . . 1 , ll l 3 al 11 N f 1 . . . 1 X 1lj1s T ii T dll 1 5 H! lVIarch 21, 1931. b If f lil! The annual St. Patrick's Dance, sponsored by the lliohawks, was held Q 'N Q i X 1 last night. Several of the Alumni were back. 1 3 1 A The next thing is the debate on April 10th. We hope it is successful. 3 ll 5 3 . ' ' , i ' ' , Q :- - 111' - as -119 -116 . . Nl 5 1! ' 1 Y 1111111 25, 1931. I g j 1' I f X 1 ' ' W' j Oh, we're so happy and so tired! Over the week-end came Prom , 1, ' l Activities!! Do you believe there is a fairyland? Honestly, we never have P f 5 1 ,rx thought that the F. N. S. library could change so quickly to such a beauti- .. f. ld' ful place. And, Diary, the music--perfect. We can't say any more. Words iv! ,l g can't describe Prom. Everyone had a delightful time. We wish it were just 1 1, '1-4 3 'Af beginning! I f Ill W1' Ag Only a few weeks more and it will all be over. We'll certainly miss - 1 12 il 1 il F. N. S., and all the friends we've made here. -FR E 1 ' . 7 ' ' 1 f Lovin lv ' 1- G I ,, g . 1 , . . Fi 1 ,lil all 'X Kay. . ll V wi i Z! 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Brushes teeth and washes in cold l ' I :, 1 water. Now is really awake. 1' Q 7:25 First bell for breakfast rings. Rushes back and dons a relic of 5 gl 5 1 last summer. , 1 P ' 1' 2 1 ' . . . . 1 in 2 'Iii 7:30 Last bell rings. Rushes downstairs to Dining Room. Q' 1 15 5 'h 5 7.30--15 Eats breakfast talking incessantly about all the work she has ' 1 1 ' ' to do. 1 ' 1 ' 1111. 7:-15 Rushes up. Fixes bed and runs around yelling for a dry mop and N10 9 2 .. . . . . - 1 ' M' 5 caipet cleanei. X 3 5111 fa-oo D- fll' I 1 3, 5 t. iesses more care u 5. y y 1 8:30 Someone yells the arrival of Klr. Shattuck. iw 3 5 8:31 Rushes over to school and gets all the dorm mail. 2 'E ' ' 8:4-0 Distributes mail and answers "No" to about 85 "Didn't l get any i 'I 1 ' ' - 3 , N lyIa1l?" , All 8:50 Gathers books and goes to Normal Hall. Q ' 1 2 8:55 Hangs around Lobby. 1 lx 1 Z 1' 9:-00 Arrives late for Chapel. ' N 5 ' l 9.00-10 Chapel. Tries to study linglish. Q 'lu' ' tl 2 9:10 Scouts around and finds ideal Senior who has done the homework. f 5 "1 9:12 Goes to first class. i 1 3 E 1 3 . . s, . . " ' 9:15-10:05 Listens to instructor. Dozes. Lompanion arouses her in ,W N0 2 time to copy down assignment. li X 3 ' . 10:05-10:10 Looks in general office for more mail. ,ll is lf 3 10:10 Rushes to English class late. Tip-toes in room and takes seat in 11 in Q ,Q rear.. 1 u I u ,Q 4. Kg 10:10-10:30 Listens to Lnghsh Instructor-asks occasional questions. gf ll n : '- ii fi is 1151531 Q10 ,. 271.1231 E' H. .1 gi X , 5 i 3 F. X 0:52255-:::' g. . . . A . ' 1" " ' - . M-, - . . , '- ll'f:'F13Mf!'?.'ii u - - -ft- ff?-5 1 sfxrgmiewf A - .-.s':i2.+if:.zf'fsXXlS',' .V e' W A Page one hu1m'rcd llzirly three' if du B E! in it 'fiblfrq 1111 A i Q7-i5 l1 "fb av.. A - .2 2- I ,, s s 5 as pri.,- ,f"'.' 1 " fri mi" 'ff r- rn N - 4 h,?1-1cY5XbhK.Il Neff.- lfrwe-, 1: -...isis Q' ' Wm.: ....' U.-...W : A1 E 5 .-41 .. -J--'-sga,,..f.,. .,,,.,x., .... -..1....g. .1.5..1.- Um -.... .,.., 1 -. V-f1---12: ----, .,.. . -- ..,., 1 r 5 ee f 5 1? if 1. . 1 Humor-Continued p 1 10:30-11:00 Tries to look interested and in the meantime reads an as- lt :J 'iff 3 signment for psychology. 1-if 1' ,lu 11:00 Very Alertl Tries to answer a question causing difliculty, but is - if 3 4' 1 saved by the bell. , 111 , N 11:05 Saunters. to top Hoor and enters psychology class. 11- .1 ui It ' 11.05-07 Listens to secretary's report and yawns. rl A 'll 11:10-30 Wonders what she should do that afternoon-go to Basketball 1 1 , ' Nfl 1. H 30 I hracticeborddcwvn.town. k 1 fl 'll :.' s arouset y iscussion avout mar s. 5 A' 1, ." 11 130-55 Listens passively to explanation of "M" scale. 1, if H, Q 11:55 Bell rings. Rushes down to Lobby. Ax' N , 12:00 ls in line for more mail. f bil' fi 12:01-10 Loiters in Lobby and engages in conversation with some P. A. j ill '1 12 men. 11.1 I N Q rs T 1 1 1 ' :V C712 .5 . 11' 1210 KN lOlUNCH hy r 1 X ix P.lVI. 5 lph 12:13-12:35 Lunches and recounts the tough day and someone else's boy j H I if friend. Old appetite working again. , li 3 gf N 12 :35-12:-1-0 Rushes up, sits down at desk and peers out the window. 1,1 N, I 12:-1-0-12:45 Gets someone's homework for the afternoon. . li X 3 lg:-gg-12:30 Wends her way to the Lobby, 51 in 1 41 1 : - :1 More talk: . 111 1 :l-0-1 :15 Drags herself up to the third floor to Science Class. lil 1 :IS-1:30 Makes herself very comfortable and falls asleep. 5 14, ,Q . 1:30-2:00 WZIRCS up. Feels refreshed. Decides to write letters. lf' , l 2:05-2:10 Rushes down to first floor. Reads bulletin board. U' 5 2:10-2:15 Meets Mr. Shattuck and has chat with him. 1 - 1 5 j 2:15 Rushes to music. Walks in late nonchalantly. ' 1 . 2:15-3 :00 Joins the singing with gusto. 1 . I 1 3:00-3:05 Looks for someone to go to the show. f ,lil , li 3:10-5:30 Attends matinee-fahem, at the lylajestick 1 Q IA 1 5:30-5:45 1s seen rushing up to school. 5 1 3 Wi, 5:45 Meets dashing young man with olive-green Chevrolet. I, al 5 :-15 Dashing young man gives her a lift. xii '41 Q 5:50 Arrives at dorm. 1 lg 13 5:50-6:00 Listens to radio. 111: rl, 6:00 GONE TO DINNER. , X ,X 6:00-6:30 Same old appetite is at it again. fl, iff 51 fi . il Y if i's. " ::- :i ii 5:4 .1-P7-.ia-gf' 5 Tj-If 'T-L-4-?s1:'f15.isJ4 Page one h1u1a'r1'd ffl1'l'l'jlfb1H' 1 2 fa., ' L A 2:1---.Q ,.A "--:ESQ s 'f'f+ "i.5:?.1-7 15 Pa. I I3-g f:1 ta if I1 .11 S-fp -TP 'fr .-. , 5 5 4 sf . all 138534 1. ,111 " MT fe: 1 -- " Q-l7'1,!.:f mire- A --1 -1 """ ' - -'ig ' l f .5 -ff -::. ffl- ff?--of '11-.1 5- F . -',, ,I -", ' ..- - . -- ,qww ,,,,,, 1 ,, ..,1., ,,,., ,.,.,,..,,.,., u,,, 3.4, 'll Hvl- -..... T 1 H-. ""'- . J '---,.,, ,, ,.,,,,,,....1.m YR? 1 H1 5 1 J fri 1 I 1 'fm E N l Humor-Continued l l' ., rllv 6:30-7:30 Dances in reception room. ll' 5 7:30-7:45 Goes to room-prepares to study. 'llll 7:45-8:-010 Talks to neighbor across hall. I l ' 8:1010-8:30 Goes to bathroom for a drink. lyleets someone and talks. I' 1 8:30-9:00 Goes visiting-looking for food for the Starving Armenians. 1' 1 ' 11 9:00-9:05 Ducks the House-President. ,f 1- 9:05 Ventures out and bumps into her excelleney the House-President 1 W ' and is told for the seventh time to go to her room. l ,1 5 9:-05 Waltzes to her room under the watchful eyes of H-P. Klfl 1 9:10-9:15 Sits in a doze at her desk. 5 9:15-9:30 Writes to family for more money and tells of hard clay at 1 1 1 school. 1 ,l 4 9:30 Bell rings and place is in uproar. ' lu 9:30-9:35 Finds equally starving pal and both go on a food hunt. 1 M 9:35-9:5-0 Find meek little freshman who has received box from home ' 1 1 and do they feast! ' ll 1 . 9'5'0 Debates-"Shall 1 get '1 light cut to do my homework 7" ,7 Ili A 9:55 Bell rings. Gets cut. Goes to bathroom tio wash. 1 ' 1 1-0 :00 Last bell rings. 10:00-10:30 A whispered conversation is held in the bathroom. 1 2 10:30 Goes to room. 1111411 - - - - 1 5 Af 10:35 Decides to go visiting. l l 10:35-11 :55 Dlrops in to see the girls-finds more food here and there. 11 :55 Rushes to room. NN 5 12:00 Told by Pat to put out lights. 3 p 12:-05-12:10 Looks over assignments-Oh, hum! . 12:10 Jumps into bed. 1 l 12:15 Snores. 1 1' Requiesmt in pace! llll er flliss Wfilliams Ctalking about a group of players coming to liostonl : ill 111, "When advertising they said they were not of the Little Theatre Move- Nllr ment. Why did they say that ?" lf , N f. O'MaIIe3f.' "Because in a little theatre you have to rush to get good ff? seats." g 1 I 5. ,: El 4: . m g , 4, ---- V , . r . - - J J - r .L-.:15i3iz.Qfg13 ..- 135111 1 " ist 3,151-Q1 1 X' cL. 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Z.-W., ji :fi F?-EY--fx Zigi' -'iffy Wil: 4. r --. , A, .---..,.. .......... ,5....:-1- S fix -,.. .. .,,-,.,.- .,..115ff- - -1.1 , -- QE ' ' - 144 " - Sl, ,. -' 1 ,,.. wtf. - -" .. ... .,.1'....,..i .. .......e,,..1., ..f..I-- 'ww if -N--""r"1""' X 1 i 5' , y., mv'-""""' "' H lg -1' i li u ' A? fe I .f y as l I 5 iff: I 3 , 'Tl i :bf 7:1 ' 5 I Humor-Continued is li T il ll ki," 1" CLASS ANNOUNCEMENT TIWIVS ig,i,l Next Thursday we will visit Leominster JUDl0l'.I'Ilf1I1 School. -lVe K ' Q 'Mil will discuss critically what we observe on our visit. Since blood is tlnclter ,AN l ' than water will you people from Leominster kindly cloak yourselves with l il , , , . . . l. i l T good nature or provide yourselves with muzzles during the discussion. Q il' ffl, see aes as T 1 1 ' - I ii fl ,I I wonder why Senior II doesnlt put on a male follies actt, or give .ll f Hawaiian dance numbers. Miss Bradt says they have more wiggle than E Ulu ' any class she has ever had. Q 'H f , NG fl? : lf e , . . . I . ll X 5 PV1111twl.' Someone to write the memoirs of "Nunzie', or "When l y. ln' ylli , 2 VVas A Boy" as he related them in classes. 5 .ll .. 5 I E N5 il? 91: , r ,Q 1, x A DALTON ROBBICRY-By A. S. nfl ' l ' sie is ve I I i ' i l ' li, Born-11011: "I'm the boss.', f' T TT ,-l Wirlzerf'l1.' "What am 1P" y yr e tif! 2 Boura'm1.' "Nothing." N Ay Q, 1 w V U cr ' Ip: K i X X 1 ocfynloln. What am . y 1 . i ill 5 Bourzlom' "Nothing" ll My I-lammonzli iiWC,l'C all nothing. Am I right?" i X lvl Bo1n'don.' "Yes," if T l'llIlIlIIl0lI1i.' "And youlre the boss." 3 -an sie i, . l Jun l"oley.' "I heard an awful noise, and when I put the light on I 1 saw someone under the bed." 5 ' lil Edna: "Good heavens! An intruder ?" I ly I 5 i . flnn: "No, my roommate heard the noise, too." j 1 . ' . l f , E vs is va E 1 N ' J" C. Lawrenre: "Gee, I remember my vacation last summer! I spent Q y 5 : A , , . 1 , . L ? W every day on the sands. I wonder how Ill spend the vacation after n.y ,mf lj" first year out teaching?" :lo if C Tom: "On the rocks." 5 ay , xv 1' Q we vs as M ll Miss lWcCarty.' "The 'T' in often is silent. Do you understand, iX'Ir. li , U il w . pn , Q S T bkinyonl U , . . 4 , . . - M :K E l Frank: Yes ma m, just like the Q in billiards. J ' i fr s-',l lg 5' is 'L Irfan. Y .-- I, A W - M, , 1 . ,Q 27' 'D' bf J" ' E9-'-if g I-ef' ':'Q:ii"' A ,' - --- ww' 4-2 '2 fir, ilv,.,e,m- ,- , A sl: Mp.: 1 f 5 sw' nf-wi .r ..uff.f! u,...,,,.,- ..,- . :ue . . , I A-A - - -L , ,r -VIL 1. P2215-i :':."-Lvfilzl ' W ,. i' " Us if e T-F? 221111 sf f?jS14:f3E9' Page one hu1m'rea' 111 frgv seven - in '- - - ' Ir,-k i -ai:---. -V --- :-V, ef-.-sagiggj-.j5,...:.,""T dn.,--: ,wr-L.. -11:14 ,,. 1-'iii W t s A ' "' "Q i f- iff : l fwhll .-ay. S Q , Eg g QV-,,1,'I1g ,zsqgf .,,-. .fag MIWAW L .-.el-'QL -1 4 - 1 Asif' -"- - 1. .1--'11 I 5-1, ::.T:if?C'V .:21?QN WW' ' L. 3 -A f 5 .me . f' 1 -fx 1' -.3 12- -f'--zff' . "4 dis-L' -eg. ,. 4. fy?v1S.-- .r ' ,J. 1-" '--W 114, 'ci- i 3' .'- - .4 f"bff:iTLi.L...L..IF j..f,.....-.E...1.sIg,k2-"'wi...... .,... ---. .... 1 Wa 4 .4,,i...-.i----'- A A ,uf u fri' ,L f ' l lil -' if 25 4 " 'Wig ni l We . 2? " I Humor-Continued 2-' ' tv E is l 'li it THE sURw1IsFs'1's it 'A' ly A L 4 L i I 4 W What's all this talk about a new fraternity in Palmer Hall?" i l" rl : ---' 'J WW "No talk at all, and lt,S not a new fraternity. ltls an expression of ' l 15 1 f a characteristic type as most groups are." , li if , . "What do you mean type-anything like type lice?" llwli ,JL "No, not quite so ignorantly humble." g l , ' ' ll YY l . Do they crawl? t i I A 1 ', "No, not visibly." 3 vl "I l "What is their ancestry?" i l . : , . . . ' i A. 'ill Q 'Broodmg darkness of narrowest vision bornf' 'H i lr Q "VVho gives rise to their existence ?" 5 ,XIX ,Q 5 "The heroes of their suppressed desires." ' li Nlll' N' f "You recall the story of 'Narcissus and lichol to my mind." Q I l ' ll "YVhich is which?" i y ' "Neither, they represent the reflection." f , lil i "On what?" F U 1, i f- . , I 2 " 1 hemselves and their school." 5 ill i' ifl "Their parentage is not limited ?" iff 3 "No, green optics do they claim as a heritage." 1 A l ' u 1 . 1 2 N ' N j "VVhat is your reaction to their stories ?" vi Q l f" "The Surmisest victim is humored by the spiteful comment of the ill lil, Child-like mind." i i 4' .2 4 I n 7 g 2 "What was our Pl'CSlLlCI1t,S name thirty-six years ago?" N i Let's see-Cleveland, Harrison, Lincoln?" 5 V 1 i 4 "No, l guess he didn't change it. It was Hoover." f fl I m we we 'V Q. 5 ll f ASSFNIBLY NOTICI-' W l i 1 .M 4 . ? 5 F The "Nuts" will play a basketball game in the gym this afternoon. I ly - 2 NV1ll all you squirrels kindly attend and cheer your favorite nutsf' 1 lyk ' il 5 we are . 5 ' i . ,, . . 5 l 2 1 l yy Bom-rlon of the tflllfllffll fynnffa' l'm dr-r-riftmg ba-a-ack to Dream -X-N" . , ,, . . La-a-a-and. H n gt Nil' WIlfIl.' Well, I hope the current is strong." 'W il li 15 at We it Hlll li 1 W 1' dvice to some of the "little lads." N 'E . 1 ' 5 w w ' " ,i-I :gf X 'GO WASH, young man, GO WASH." ft- NIJ 3 w i E, Plea E1 li 31' " if if llrl . Y s i V xt W ' F ' 5 -, 3?a:g,...--.L, . , A - H- --Lg-4: --We e ....' -fy ' -"rf: -J Q -.1-a rgs-.-fT.2.:l "Li--7 f - 9 ' - N:-sr , ' 'W' . .... 1 .- -7 "'f 5 fPff-if-2 -ltENUy W it 'i "'W" ' ' 1' " "S"'i rife av?-' 379 A"gif"'2fL" 1 -Q f 'lf ,-,rb..sc I Y, - - T" V .- 4:1 r, as r i. 4 E Q .1 " 'ff ' ra S ' -E?-fn 4 . ,,,,, if -ff -df- qw ....ff f4ff is Page one hlzvzrfred thirbf ezlgfhl U I. - ff JT A, 2 I-1 --.-. - . Qi N- ..-ff - -2,51--L-112-1 f Hl fs is H It 7 1021 fre. Wu. ' -1 ' A-If L' -.-.1 . f- 5 5 .f'Y'5f-NEP? 9 1 . ll' 3 Xl lx.. - 4.,f ez- 42:3 . ,, -anna -4-.., .- .- , J W . P , j, 1 Q51 - 5 .e::gf:QsQX-SX-l'Sy11..of-f 3 1 J - 2- S- -mi '- 2 ' lv -N -2-ff pf f, 1- -. ,f- 'im , Meigs - - , ' X. 1 . 1 ' ' r . . b -. . . 1 .1-"-L--'--'L ' V . .. .A.. .................d. ...,,. .,. -A . ...,. -. ,, .M xi ,W 1. I . .5 ll 1' ' 'SME , 1 ln Humor-Continued if 1 . 1 1 ' In NEVV FICTION AND NEVV AUTHORS lily! WI 5 1. ",lourney's End" or "Last Voyageu by Seniors. . 1 .llllll 2. "Clover Field Farm Books" by Clint Carpenter. rl! lb 3. "Thru the Alimentary Canal" by Joe Holger. G if 1 -1-. "Post hlortems"--in other words "Easy VVays to Contract and Q pl' "Il ' Auction" by Gert Bradt. ll 1 . rf 5. "C host Tales and Legends" by Gunk. 1 X ' 'I 2 6. "How to Reduce and Keep Slim" by Ralph VVeston. f ' K," 5 7. "Long Bondage" by Trainers. fy ll- yy, 2 8. "Lava'1 by Webbie. I . I Y . 'l ll' Q 9. "Flowers for ltvery Occasion" by Johnnie Randall and Bill Sullivan. . 1" lx- l, 10. "French Cooking for All" by Lina Grammont. T N glly ill 11. "Arthur in the Green Ford" by Pop Harrington. Q 1,1 g lx 1 12. "Littlest One" by Percy. 15 3 AN 13. "Romance of the Sea" by Kate McCarty. .ll ' '1 1 1 14. "Rancher 'Gym' " by Joe Bolger. , 1 'l 1 15 Wrh Wi 'f D 'ir b xi -A E .1 3 . e ll e evi y . ac. 1 ' 1 16. "The Unknown Soldier" by Sawyer. 1 111 ' 1, 5 17. iiAwake and Rehearsen by Senior 1. . wkwx 1 M 1 18. lhe lnconstant Genius by lxay Moriarty. 'llr g law 5 19. "Adventure" by the Freshman. 5' ' ,ll 20. "Pride and Prejudice" by the Juniors. NN, 'l 21. "Forty Singing Seamenl' by P. A. iV1en. 'Qu 5 22. "Drums" bv lohn Hastings 'N 2 F . h .. V t gi 1 23. "Dew and Mildewl' by Hattie L. Hawley. 1 lll ' fl 2-1. "Amusement for Invalidsl' by Tommy Tucker. 1 'lf 25. "Word Shadows of the Great" by Charles Klichael. , ' l 1 l 1 26. "As You Like lt" by Sue Willizilns. 14 1 ' 27. "Struggle" by Everyone. ' 'l 1 ' N 28. "King of Jazzy' by Ed Harris. lr l 5 ' rl 2 1 l f i ly, fllisx l,t'l'I'-1' Cin the midst of a composition by Schubertl: "VVhat 'f time?" gf? Hi! I. Bo'wl1'r.' "lt's three o'clockl" 111 gli ae iw Hlllll 5 , Ji fllr. Cr1rfu'nfw'.' Sometime in every red blooded girlls life she has been I . E Kg in love! RCITl!lI'1iZll3lC?l? ix ll: V1 , 1 P F 2 'Lal W' ri 113' r . . .. 2 ig- .fe-i'7'?f7' uf- V-2.5 -2- V 51- -11 -1. ..'. " 1' 'A -"-.1-. -' ' 'v'..'.4-L--..f1..i.f. vh , --""'i:f-f!i . "'A ' I 1" 'ml5.'-1"Y'Z4l1- - W" 2" Page one hlllltllffd fhillfjf nine W Q A 5 , ,.l::1 '-- - - :Q . :f.E:lil qigf - i i 3- L 1T' -:fif1-'- P ' i" ' c 3-E + 1-tri ,F.x-' "l5' r"' Ti 13 1 If 11 like 04-,J 1 f.- ' f 'ff " a.,-,:z- ' C'-'il 4 . .11-LQ?" 'fi 2' F - - 5 J -Q-i?lfil-mill -' V .",4' T. lr lf ' ' S " """""' q .-5"" L ji! -TQ'g,Tf f,7' "" 1141- J. ..," .,,- .--'-was-,.,,i,,,,,. ,,,,,,1j, ,,,,A ,,.,,,,,g,, 44,, ,g,:A v-......,,,:p ,..' fe'--'I': -.... ix u l ' Z i ii d i . I umor- ontmue 31 X l i . , . , il ' 'Ml' r X . l:X1 RA! EX l'RAl lCX'l'RAl lr :Il Mit lhe building occupied by NIurphy's Drug Stove came near crashing it-w im to the ground but was upheld by three Normal School students. The three - ll, Q If 1 heroinesi Misses laayhllegan, ltunice Sullivan and lfdna Peltier, who were , lrh, , l passing Hy, stoppe t ere to await the arrival of the VVorcester bus. ll' li ly - 5 il l . ik- W: eff ' l - ,i ll e F ll: y You see a beautiful girl walking down the street. She is SINGULAR, l ll X H 1 you are NOM1IfIA'I IVF.. You walk' across to her, changing to VER- 5 lT li 1 BAL, and then it becomes a DATIVIC. If she is not Ol3.lECTlVlC, , 1 R' X you become PliURAL. You walk home together. Her mother is ly ' lr 5 ALQUBANIIVIL and you become IBIPERATIVIC. You talk of the Q gllq it j 5 FU'1 URL, she changes to the OBJlfC'l'lVlf. Her father becomes .gl .rx ig PRESENr13 TNUHS HFC TENSIC and you become a PAST PARTI- if l, l A CIPLIC l 1' . . ' ' i Q M are aes 'l f x! tx Q61l!',1'.' "Did you hear about lid Hayes having a new job ?" Wi ' Ip IL. Chrislie: "Really, John 1" i" f I I: H' Geary: "Yes, he's a traveling salesman now!" , ll i lll 3 we an m ,' lx! Grammar Master.' "A certain fellow in P. A. thinks a football 'ill ,M M, coach has four wheels. lsn't that a good one?" li ,lf fm! Grnmnmr flf1a.vlrr.' "Just another dumb P. A. man, hah! By the it .l 5 way-how many wheels does it have ?" N N flair. .lntlzonyf "lt pleases me greatly to give you two B's, Nlr. Soko- N loskyg now I think I'll enjoy the week-end." ' Q if lil dl: f'lX'Iake it two A's, Nlr. Anthony, and enjoy yourself for the rest f 1 g 'V of your life." j N 1 il l if at I il il 'Wi Mr. Landall has suggested that the "heesiest" way to test a plane il fl' blade is to blow on it, and see how it cuts the breath. 'Q , rf nf if it f M j . Her'e .v'one from the Freshmen to Santa Claus: " 'Cause I still get a Lil i Q thrill thinking of you." 1 lr IES f . 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Er2 Humor-Continued l i 'lla I lhe following letter was found in the lobby. Iuvidently some romantic Ill 'l,lj, 5 youth felt musical. 1 'W VL' F 'lDream Girl of Nlinef' illfi ,l f "Oh, How I Miss You Tonight." You know, "Absence Makes the . Nltllli l X 5 Heart Grow Fondcrn and "I Canlt do VVithout You" until l'lflcven-thirty lll N4 ,l v , ' Saturday Nightv but "Remember" "I'm in the lVIarket for Youf' l'SWeet- 5 N . 'li f heart," "VVe Need Ifach Otherf' When we are "Swinging in a Ham- i A ' l, mock," 'lLiving in the Sunlight, Loving in the Nloonlightfl "Blame it on Q l J "Ii Y 'Ba 'fllC':." 'lp .iill 0ul"AfidT1iidutl1elasornef' 'lThere's a Cottage for Sale" and l'Some One ll g of These Days" l'Can't we get Together" and dwell in this "Cottage of JN I . i i . Love ?l' ' ll il' li f 'lHoncy" when "lt's Three O'clock in the Morning" and we're 'lBe- ,jll ll ll side an Open Fireplacel' "ln My Blue Heaven," "l'll Get By" "With ? 'il ' M You" listening to those "Three Little VVords" l'I Love You." ,ll Q l i "Some Sweet Day" "I'll Call You Sweetheart." Under an "Old New l lil . ij l Ifngland Hoon" I'll hold you lltlust A Little Closer." Then "I'll Bc ,- ill 5 A X Yours" and "Satisfied" gl I l' I ill! 1 "Dearest," llllll Be Blue ,lust Thinking of Youl' "Till YVe Meet lik ' ly yi Again." l il l jf "l'm Yoursl' ill N I illlgs, "Alwa5'Sl' HS B H i ll Q i onny oy. i. l 5 - 3 ! il s 2 "The Big Parade"-Every day at 3:00. 5 ,lx A "The Call of the Flesh"-Wednesday night dances. . i "Heads Up"-In Miss Bolger's and Mr. Crosier's classes. l j ,lvl "Eyes of the Worldl'-Both Dormitories. I ,l. l V 'lliyes and Ears of the Worldl'-Ditto. Ol I "Danger Lights"-Pat Maloney's lantern. I , E ' . "D B 1"-M. F. l. . . l l I N N H ough oy .mac rar 'me b J, ri 1 Animal Crackeis -I he Freshmen. L l 5 Q "A Connecticut Yankee"--John Howard. -ly' g l "Sour Grapes"-The Surmisests. Q i Ii ll hi J, . TELEGRAM 1, , l ls KI. Ciccone a student at F.N.S.? He and another suspicious look- N l X 5 I ing character were last seen roaming about in Boston on a school day. 5' iii Ei . i f T ii .5 lligl L J L A , P 2 Q L- --iff' J-?if1-.:..:++ -Az.. :N-.r ,-- 'LLZL-1--9.fg,5: 5f:g sl Wat. ft! -.-:j,4',-,' a.,b.,e:x ' fi 'Q pail. 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W, 5 1 A x- V -' ,. W, lf' U9 S fy- R' " xx 0 G ff F "W fn Q. Q: ri Ng V Q fx Q, I Q U, I y 1 X ' - xx 1 'IV' X'-7 LYXK 'P aff NWN A 5 5 - ' , - E M -f 9 X A 5 I' N 'P A- ix, I f MY: HY! mumenmg f W ,, '- I THESE t X av THE GIRLS J I 2 V i ' xv- ' I " -no-.sw oavcwf 1 f M ' one ' - i HRARE' , QV! 'J 3 159' In L ,. A' 'X , ' T A H-. ms' , u"'f'- . 'l M , 1 ' ---- --- - Iw . f 2 u ---, -....--...-. ll - M g -.-- 1, .- IN '-me-.-Pomcf' if. 'I Q xx W? ' Tgfl.. J uasmi ig xx rr usrh' NECESSARY M q M f 3-,ggtfi -PL ggjefi I , 3 vo suoor BASKETS: ? QV E i 3 012-5 . A - ?- T T ww Q - - - -A - - , .f 1 ,A 5 2 A g fi b o at-1-2 f x 3 ' 1 3 ? i S f ' 7 lwouosn wav " N ' W ' 3 'N - I If 1 -'--WONQQ' KY ' -' - ffl' A ' 9 wa LQ,+ w - 2- - f Q y I ,-ig' iffy . Q -- ' E vi ' A ' . f 'Z Xf - A'-' b " -V W fw V2 Q: 144- imfmmfmmww-eN: 7 ?55'ELSTi BEhJEYf.E22EE2iRP?HEwAf23 'W' f Q, 5-:fi Lf " " Grzows an -que FORM OF A Fvg-'J-NBER v J fi M 2 -2,211 H N " TNlSvQ4lgli?gL?.?az's51Rgl:'3-iggggfareb ly E3 f 5 U' 'J . f' ,gffikvwsn crzsnrr rom rr-1 ' S'f"AsTe" S lx ii' if " 5" I N f -- puscoucmv eoesro . ,E - 1 nl 2 5 qv A: 'Tigw j:j5,s'.,-gsijf 311 p.,,,,,g,g 5654. f - I I .- yi :::-51.-VIL'- ' V,. U TIMES. I. I, is .if ,n . N ., .,-. .- I ' . r1R..bon.n. Ms KIUDLV , U X I A E, fl -M-Q -. Lam- ms ssnuices , EXTRA -I . g V V Fm W BE"':'2"E"' OF X SUME gi Ei! 'R YI rf, Ji - - A . , f g n ., - . - ,, - 1 L?13'ffC'ib 'f 'J' fl 'T -RT'-if ' Q J'+fQ?3fil 1 -- ":"'3Xf C" -'Fi' A1l?FfT '- A - 371571 V73 T?H"" - - f jffpif, 1 ,, -- :rig-I. "-1:-A J.- .?S -"-.3'-irgiigxxgg f' -. -if jg-J - 'f 1-.5 2 XE-Q4.,-v-"'pff -'R ' . 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MEN lp, F! ltr- 5 Men who spend most of their time with their hands in their pockets l g., Q fnfglf usually have the least in them. Get wise to yourselves, Freshmen! 'N l ', I are as -Jr if? Q ' ' T i y ' l When the men decide to sing mornings at assembly, it sounds as if ,IL . . I A the lost chord were found. , 3 i , eh vs . , J I 1 After a trip to Boston the following was found in a local paper under the UWM Ads." iw, n I ! in. Al, 3 General All Round Work: g y , , Q Experienced dish washer. . if .li Truck driver. Q fl I ll, Street cleaner. Hi g Q Saxophone player! f ' r I i ' , We wonder who could be applying for such positions! ix Ill . if if at M Ml Song dedication to Mr. Carpenter-"I would work and slave the . IN Q gl , whole night thru, if I could only get all 'A's' from you." l., N if it ' r ni H M Young Normalite all fhrillfd: "Why, Sigh, the singing was wonder- Q by ,la ful. Your voice just filled the hall." 3 . 5 make room 1 . D. . . . l' ' , : Geary: "You're right, my dear girl. In fact, I noticed several leave to 5 - Q . ,, . I ,ll , for it. C E SY: BH 5 I r I may be wrong but I think that the "Proverbial Carpet" needed I Q replacing, or at least cleaning after the first thirteen weeks' efforts were f' E g l' I f catalogued. 1 l 5 - -wk -ble -wk ' I 5 I 1 li E . I 1 Underclassmen-you have three out of twenty-six chances of being 5 ' My 'U 5 in the receiving line Cand I don't mean at the Freshman Welcomingj. 1 F Ai.. fi - I 5 Around the sixteenth of June, ,32, '33, '34, etc., in the Assembly Hall, is 1 ll - ill the line in mind, so vou had better show increasin partialitv to the first I 1' ., 1 5 g ' 'fi El il I three of the twenty-six as you have learned them A-Z. E I 5 GY 'il i 5 ll l a s rt if . ,, lil mlb, The most popular extension course now being held at F.N.b. is 'lihe 3 Q I ig Art of Eating Spaghetti-Italian Style," given every Wednesday' noon by ff, ,I .l Professors Rollo and Romano. - '92 xi 'I 3 VAR: J - l l f i I I 5' , , "'.- ., . . 71 1:52 2 M -15 ? " ---.- I--24,52 .-??-.isrrlagir-axrr' ' If-r r' -f fi:f2e.L-5:-:--'ff -vie 2'-5 ,f" ,',. --za, f -V .------ - A V., -. . ,- I . . 'Z 'frgq Q f y ,J- - - er 1 ,, A-R .: Ag.: 2 5 ff., ' -M E , ' Q ? 4 F-JI. its gF5M1f,l-?Z - 1" i-Wx'-xX,jjA':EE"'ii i"'f'f:""7r'-i" V"'!'11 "fl" :B - 1 'S' ' 'Jr '---"' 1-2. ' F. . W1 1 .Q A.,-J - XX iT ,f ,ci-f:'f-Q -221-ef.-s-.N. .N I-can v-J x. ' -1- 4 4 -iz2-'E2ewE?f'f,fi.'- ."5'kfgs will c.: -25 ,J 514- Z1 I ifT5,iaf5e:.-9 Page one hzmdredforly six 93 N ERTIS I-IME T I 'agr our hlnzdredjzrly .Yt'Z'l'Jl To Our V4a'vertisers I The 1931 Saxdrage Board is grateful to II those friends whose loyal support has I made possible this book. I I III I I IMI III I I I"I I"I III III I IMI III I II I'I III I I I I I II I I II :II 'II Il I I I I I I I I II I III II I I I IMI I I I::I INI IMI INI III I III, II:I III 'III I II II I I I II I II ,I II II II II I IMI I I II IMI IMI I I I I I, II 'II 'II 'II III III, II IMI I ,I I I I. I 4II I" 1II II I I I I III I II I I II I. I I I I I I I I XII' III II I 'I eeeeeeee QP if' fffli-Iif Page one hundred forty nine l 11 1 I 1 1 1 1 . :Jfzi-3:5:-:f:-:tff-ii-iii-:if:f-ffff-f:-f:-ifiYif:YiiYi1ifif:1iifti!11321:1:X2f:f:i!tfifff'f:t::s M? III INDEX TO ADVERTISERS :':, Name of Advertiser Page 11,1 Ayer Cleaning 8: Dyeing Co. . . . 170 I11: Bailey, Ye House of john L. . 174 1,' Batchelder, Snyder, Dorr ik Doe Co. . 157 III Bickford Engraving 8L Electrotype Co. 176 I'1 Blanchard 8: Brown Printing Co. 152 1, Bookshop, Grove Street . 158 III Bowen, Henry G. . . 160 I'1I Bowker-Hamblin-Donlon Tire Co. 168 1:11 Brooks I-'harmacy . . 154 :III City Steam Laundry . . 156 I", Clearweave Hosiery Stores, Inc. 161 11' Corlew '1'eacher's Agency . 155 'I' Cross, C. A. Company . 157 :HI Dejonge, Paper Co. . 152 1" Dramatic Club . . . 159 :III Fitchburg Creamery . . 166 I", Fitchburg Hardware Co. . 17-1 1:11 Fitchburg 8: Leominster St. Ry. Co. 155 :II Fitchburg 1'aperTCo. . . I::, Elynn, Charles . . . 1,1 1'lynn, -I. G. . 161 Il: Freshman Class . . 171 I", Gaveleer Society . . 159 1:11 George Brothers . . 15S :II Gilmartin-Comiskey Electric Co. 153 I", Goodyvin, W. C. . . l"1 Goof ellow, A. Z. . . :I Goodnow-Pearson-Hudson Co., Inc. "I Ilaley, E. B. . . . af' Hayes, john B. . . - 160 I Hills, j. A. 8: Son Co. . 158 I1 Hope Rubber Co. . 164 111 Hudson, Charles Co., Inc. 158 I Hyland Stationery Co. . . 166 I" Independent Cab Co. . . 165 1ff Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Co. 165 II' jennison Plumbing Company . 162 I' junior Class . . . 172 III Keislall, Catering Co. . II' Kic er 8: Davis Co, 11 Kimball sr son co. . 161 1:11 Lane, F. H. Co. . 157 I Lesure, Clyde A., Florist 155 I11I Mallahy, William P. . 158 1I'1 McManus, Bernard A. . 160 :II Men's Athletic Association 156 I", Men's Student Association 166 1:1 Miller Clothing Co. . 164 :III Moeckel, C. W., Florist 157 IMI Mohawk Society . 159 lgiqolloy Colyer Co. C I, urp xy, .ugene o. Ii, Nathan, S. M. Co. 162 1,1 Nichols SL Frost Co. . 16 :II Normal Spa . ' . . 154 III, Wgrien, Vkglliamcff. Co., Inc. . 1,1 O' onnor rug o. . II: O'Neil, J. Richard Co. 157 I' Payson, W. G. Co. . 154 gengy Bryn Cake Shop 11' ur y, j. E. Co. . ii Ritter for Flowers 155 1:1 Rogers Co. . 156 III Rollo 84 Romano 158 I", Ross, Thomas K., Dr. 160 1,11 Senior Class . . 162 III: Simonds Saw 8: Steel Co. 153 I1 Smith, john R. Co. . 161 Snegg A.B k . 17? 1 Swanson a ing o. 15 I sweater shop . 158 111 Turunen Bus Co. 170 :I Wallace, J. D. Co. . 167 II Walsh, james H. Jr. . . 160 1,1 NVomen's Athletic Association 156 III Wright 8: Ditson Co. . 164 I", Yellow Cab Co. . . . 172 WS1.11.151253:33:31::1:f::c:i:2:coizlceeeeczzixiiiiizizizgl3311111131113-33-3 fff:-I-zlzlcccc I l ag? one hzzzzriredpllll' -v---as I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I In the Long Run you and your friends will prize the portrait that looks like you-your truest self, free from stage effects and little conceits. It is in this "long run" photography that Purdy success has been won. Portraiture by the camera that one cannot laugh at or cry over in latter years. For present pleasure and future pride protect your photographic self by having Purdy make the portraits. PLEASING PORTRAITS ! PROMPT SERVICE ! RIGHT PRICES ' Means Satisfaction Guaranteed PURDY 160 TREMONT STREET BOSTON Official Photographer F. N. S. Class of 1931 lkEI1Z 111 I!Iflfiflflfjflfiffxiiil-1-1-'-YYflililiiliifiiiiliiiiiill'1112112121: f I 'age one h1nm'red fifty one llilllllllllll1l1.2I2I1IXsEEEX-EEZ'I Y A Ilillile,-,1::.1.i. 3 WI II: III II II: III I I XII, I I I III Compliments of IIII II III Blanchard SL Brown Printing Company I II II 25 Water Street I I Ii, III Fitchburg, Massachusetts I"I I I I I I I .., II II II I. " Printers of the 1931 Saxifragen I: Iffl II II I: IIII me v ,,', v,,',,v,,,, 47 III II II II IHI IMI II.: I I I I I I II I III TI I "I Ii, I QI Compliments of "I "I I Ig. LQUIS DeJONGE COMPANY 'II INI IMI II II I III II' II, II III I I I I I I I I II I III IMI INI if11i1If111111?1iI2C121:i121I1IIIIIITITIfiff -'------"' 12117 if11iffif1f1f1fjf1i!232I!?f1I Page one hIlIld7'!tfff41' Iwo V .....YYYYY..........i-... v'-va-fxli: f--w - -ffff 1:1111- -1iifXifEiZ1Z ZxI1I2: - -- E A ---- I I :!:xE:1: M-Q Ieieilil71vzililieieIRIXI2I2ZlI1ISI1E EEEIfCiE1iLI f::.l:W', I 'II II I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Il I II, I II I I I I Id: II: I ISI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I4 I4 I II III I4 I4 I4 I1 II I I1 I I IMI IMI II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SAWS - KNIVES . FILES I SIMONDS II Makers of Highest Grade I STEEL CUTTING EDGES SIMONDS SAW AND STEEL CO. II Established 1832 - Fitchburg, Mass. Ai! I I I II II II Page one hundred fzffy ihree gs? an I II II I I H IIII U Q III I I I N I IMI I I I I I II I II I I I II I I III II I I I I I II I I I II II Q Q Q III III, Il I III III 6? II I II II II II II II I II I, I II I II II Brooks' Pharmacy INCORPORATED THE STORE UNUSUAL Main at Oliver Art Room and Gift Shop Restaurant De Luxe , , , ,I IIII Get Quality III III when buying your II Easter III I Clothes II XII Hats I III and III Furnishings T3 I I II II I. II W. G. PAYSON CO. 274 Main Street Park Building FITCHBURG, MASS. II I I I I I I I I I eat-X-I-Q-1-2-Y-g-g-.-fe g-g ssrr of ZZQLZZEJEZILif3Z2I1I2l1lXI1l1I2l' EICjm F' Il' 0 v IMI II I IMI I I 1 The Normal Spa I I I Under New Management Q ' III I Complzments of III III II III Candies II II Cream Ices 0,COnnor I I I Magazines II II Drug II I Films S I Lunches tore III III II. Home Made Pies II.: III Cigars, Cigarettes II I Ixl EI and Tobacco. Green Street IIE II II III A. R. Anderson, Prop. I II IIN III IIII III .III NSaos:eo:::::1:::i13:31i:3:21i::L311::: el? ms:::1::::33331::i-115If:L11.f1-113333131113 49 Page one hundred ffly four rI:fS112::':'E- Y A 'f' I'ififi'-'-'lf1f1fTf"-'-'A1111iff3EE sI1I ma as lllr :Nl M QU I a u il The Corlew Teachers' Agency :gg ,1 v4 il' Wx 1:1 GRACE M. ABBOTT, Manager V gig I V fig if 120 Boylston Street :tj 1,1 E115 Boston Iijl N 1 1 M' lx! Member of National Association of Teachers' Agencies M VW lf l"m NSZftftftfififfftftffffffff'ff1-1-f-f-iffis-ff-if3fZ3-31:ifit-W-fix:lgfceiitifftfixtxtftf:tif ' A:'::i:i 3:x:'i::::x:Y:i:Y'Y:A -1-17 1i':'if?Af211:2:1:1EE11:12112: E , 1 lil 1 w :H Qu l I+! ,X w U' :Q Ritter for Flowers iii1i1iif?f'fZfZ!'!'f'f'f'f'f'f'-'ff- f'f'f'f':-T-1:1iiztffiififilififiifiif f'TfZfTfA1f'A!':T1-fA:f!i:Tf AE mailiilllei-:iii.1Q1.1Q1Q1lllll121111IfXl1l2221 3:1E112leiiffixfllsiilefill:li -iii-ii.1l2i-If.1,Lf v Nl WL wifi N 4 w l '1 I I W. :N HIE Compliments of :lil lf' lfil Ulf LESURE, the Florist llli NI' i"r lux 111, lil 5 Putnam Street 14 'lf' Wa l ,Hb I Pl in u lg?:!:!Tf:'ii!tfT:T1::iiifif1'-ii-if-Te' 'fi'iii-t::i1:1:Y'i::::fiftixtozeii111:12ft!T!::::::t:t:2:::::f'? l 1fp5003332333333111111112132'f1'1'fiii:1112331:33323:35:13:12:112:1:2:x2:c3333:Q::3:::::iSqEI ll li 91: H52 QI Compliments of QE Mu 5, WE " . . . 'If' ME Frtchburg SL Leomlnster Street Rallway Co. 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'l ::E Fitchburg, ass A Fitchburg, Mass. lil H11 2+ 111 w I 'E - - WWE-1 1 :5if1-.333Jv.5gzgxgzjzgzgxgigxgylzlxlzAy WSii.ii'31333ill:33:l:i3:x:i:33?333:::1Egy .3L41-:i:2l11xZx: 2i1i1:x:x: 212221213252 . 1.3 iff- if'Z'E'1'ifii?3:351313'3:313:x5:'?:':i 5' ,, , ,, ll -Ezf' Ml ll.: New England s Own lg: :Ng Nj: 15' PACKERS AND PRODUCERS fig :ggi 15: gn, or FINE Eoons jig 155 in " u X rn :ll WHOLESALE ONLY M ll C Z, t f 1,1 'ul Beef, Mution, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Hams, Bacon, lxl :ng Omp zynen 'S 0 114 ll: Sausages, Poultry. Game, Butter. Cheese, M my lm: III! Eggs. Olives. Oils. Fresh, Salt and Smoked W, IL' yi, :n: Fish - Fruih and Vegetables - Preserves :nl t", and Canned Foods. my lg, W 1"v iw uw Wu '- ross 8: Co Inc we Batchelder, Snyder, pl ll C' A' C " ' gil N lwql Ll Ml Dorr SL Doe Co. M 1' f H ,4 M ' WN Blackstone and North Sts. ff n 'Nl M Boston, Mass. Ml lg ll l .cf WS5:11131311239633253ixiiiiliziziiiii:E? WS5113.11ii211?LL33Q-3323131113:11111232231225, , l1212212I1l11122-A-.-:.12.2vlillillxsilii: l , E?:fSI:':x:f31!:iXI':!fxffiiifffffifzflfii?Ql Sm' if Em Ii: ylig lg: N lar- My gn, YoUNG MEN'S W N ,fl Nfl yy! QE ljji lf: H , Ln wju mlb lj: C0mIl9l7fment3 Of Colorful - Smart - Entirely :Nl lj: ,QI fl Satisfying and certainly in- jl NI ll: expensive new clothes you lil: 1' ' 7 ' 'll' 'N' 'll fi d here in abundan . 'M gl J. Rlchard O Nell :rg yg W' n Ce 5,4 N 'L' "V Wa my 'N' 'wx tn! '-1' iw F H LANE CO "H ll lzii ll ' ' ' 1'-L , Ll.: lj: FITCHBURG :gl Hi: :Ut w Wu 1"h N .M WS,.'.W.v.v.-.w.,.w.wt.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.gg.,Ap NSE-51-I-,-,AZ-51-1-2-51-I-L-fffl-2-1-I-X-5,-Z,gp Pang? one h11n1I'rfa' lyly sewn .fr IL,W IMI II BooKs II T T II Bgy Borrow II II II 12 Grove St. Tel. 2775 III! IDI I ,eve ,,,, , , - v . . v , , ,', I.. II II ,I II II II I I III Compliments of II I II I WI I',I I',I III 11W Chas. Hudson, Inc. I I I I I I I II CYS M? I::W if Compliments of III II GEORGE BROS. II :QI Shoes for All Occasions 'II III 386 Main Street 'IW III cor. Min sr. III IWSaciiiliif1'1'ffAfA1A1'--f-1-11'-1-1-Y-Y-ffQ? II? II For The Best II Candy and Ice Cream III can at IMI ROLLO SL ROMANO IMI II Italian Spaghetti a Specialty III IW 213 Highland Ave. X Page one hlmdred iffy eight , ,-.,.-.-.-v-,-.-.-.f.f.-.-.I.-.-.-.-.-J.-.-.-.A.-.x , 7 IMI Grove St. Book Shop I 7' ""k I I::I III? II Everything New in Sweaters III II and Sportswear :QI II II IHI III, IEW 'II' III The Sweater Shop III II I :II 463 Main St. II II IMI II Fitchburg, Mass. Tel. 3784 III I,I I 'Iss,:,,o,,,g,,,g.g.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,J I I I if-'iffi-'ififf E:1E:'1111:1i1EEEE11:' SQ! III I' :IWI III II . . II III Complzments of IQ: I I III IMI II IgjI II William P. Mallahy II :II II 'IW I II III' III II III WS'-if - ff- -"-'ff-'-'-'-'-'-'-A-'io'-'ces ff? WI II III II III II Compliments of III II II :I II Gilmartin-Comiskey III " . III "I Electric Co. III, I I II I I II III ' II I I II I. N ' Sscacsfaftfffffrfrffftftfifi-i-iftiftiftftftftftiigp 1?aezzzzzzzlzzgis11:55giggle:-315431111113it IlI Ib' IIE: When you are Looking for Easter Novelties, May Baskets, Home II III Made candies, Salted Nuts, QI III: Ice Cream or Fruit Punch III II Irv I IMI IIII II II J. A. HILLS st soN I II II III 406 Main sf. Tel. 1oso III III I:'I Is 4? 9 , vvwv oh: NW Compliments of The W., H WWW' 'WWW Wm H WW PW g,. 'IW N I WW I UW ., WW ,. WW ,, WW WWW WW ll WNW :W WQW WW IJ WNW W WWW W,W W,W LW W W W W Wil W W W WW WW W, W'W Dr . amatlc, Gaveleer and M h VlLll Xx4- is QF gn nuff Societies. W'W W'W , W , WW WW WN WW W WWW WJ W W ,W W WW ,W WW W W W 8 W" W" W" W" WW W" yt WWW W" W" W H! IWWW WW W W W W W ,W ,W ,W W :W W ,, WW WW W'WW XWW WW WWW W,W W W WW W WWW ew v bfi-C0-X-l L v Paw o Ne lllmdmd llfbf 711.116 OUR PROFESSIONAL FRIENDS Il I "I I ,I II II I P I I II W I W I W I I ,I II I I I I I I II I Ill I W II l -2-1-5-If-Zi-I-2-2-li-Zilivzvzviivl-if-Z-i4 fvlvxfflfiifxfxflfxfxfx X 1 X I I I I zftfzlfi 'III IM tn' INI WW II WI WWW Compliments of Compliments of WL? WW WI IW: WW I' WW WW Henry G. Bowen Bernard A. McManus WI IIW :IWW ,. WW :WI W I Wlk:!:fT:f!::::::::::::::'ff1:13:115-i-tffiiiifd? g? EE:22222:1:::::::'22222111-iliiiizllillizSN izixfififffffyiy-'-'151f'i'i'Y'Y'Y Yfffliiifm W I ' lu 'W IMI I IN: I WI I'WI ' II Compliments of Compliments of Q: WW W' :I WW WII I:I james H. Walsh, Jr. John B. Hayes W"I II 'II' IWI WI IWI WXW WII: E?:!:!:!:::f:::i:i'T'i'j,'i'1'iff'i'i'1'ifliliiiiev 'Xl12222:'1-Zell1Z1111::::l::l112l'1'31:1'3i:i21ep 5113111131111111:21:L:L:L::1:::1:2:c-:alice ,Z ::::::2:::3:1'1'-if1'-:13:1:1:i::i:33333: Ili .L W II W W,, WWI WI I"I II Compliments of Compliments of WWW WIN XIII Il I I Ill I IMI W Charles T. Flynn Dr. Thomas K. Ross NI II IW WW WN, I II IWI ln A:A:':':':'1':':':':':':'1':'L'1'1'1'x'1'l':'x'x'1fI ks'f:':'1'i- 3-:1-:-:-1-Z-1-1-1-1-1-2-1-1-1-1-X-1-5 Page one llillllllffd sixty 1 A n 3:::::!:1:cec:1t12:2x:f:!:::::1:51:11iife5 4?:::!:f:::!:f:::13:13:51iftftfff13111151331 S Vi N The cover on this book is the pro- . M' duct of an organization of special- John R' C00 M ists whose sole work is the creation :':: of unusual covers for the finest of Steamship and Draft Agency books' VP lg! THE DAVID J. MoLLoY co. Fitchburg, Mass. 2857 North Western Ave. fi CHICAGO Wil Wu' NS :ix1iiifzii::::f3:iii1-1-1:55111111:ei? NSk:f::ft:::f::ifiifti-311:13iiiiiiizzzzz- :If151'-'-'-'-'-'-'-1133Afff-'f '-'-'-31:131115111113212ifi131Zt1i1fi:3!Ti:ffTfzifizfft-'Yiz333' KIMBALL'S Men of 1931 To the Class of 1931 -- We thank you for your patronage during your school years. w N IH wg. Men of years to come -- yr if We can clothe you correctly and give you that . . . W clothes satisfaction everyone desires. W X NNN FABRIC 1,11 U-Q Satisfaction STYLE 15 in PRICE SERVICE May we be your Clothiers? KIMBALL SL SON CO. 22 Monument Sq. 377-379 Main St. Leominster Fitchburg zjsjfjzjsjfjfjxjx ----------A'A T1jfAG- ej:2fT:Z1Ifi1Zf2111fYEi111?I'?:'1'T'f!f1':IfT'f P 131 f'GooD 1-1os1ERY.... :Ni Well dressed women in every walk J. G. 4:9 of life realize how important Good 11: quality hose arc. W' Y 1 fad ' COM, Avffm and 1--: cilLl,7'vif'2a'3eacnfelgl2Ec3iZaffylffali "N h "Service or ii on" d Towel SUPPIY :M hgig .... very reasonably glricgegli' :TQ CLEAR-WEAVE 66 GREEN ST- 'II' HOSIERY sToREs, INC. 461 Main St. Fitchburg 1NS22:13:25iff:ff-1-1:fi-t:::2:::::::1:x: All I 'age one l1urm'rea' sixly om' gil' w: HIP wt: fri lun M: w"l l E E Co mplziments of P l l l The l' Class of 1931 n L P n u a 1 I l l 1 l I ul Q: 'A ke ffl wfli sl-: VW KI' lil: Nj: WI ELI: Compliments of fl l l The Jennison Company P l l 1 l l CONTRACTORS AND ENGINEERS FOR I E E Heating Sprinkling Plumbing QE Steel Plate VVork 1,,l Igji I I xg! mul mul ww! xy! is slfiifiif Yv,,.,. - Y-Y-7-7 """"" Page one hnndrea' 51'A'4'l' hw mg: 1 1 ::f:i1Z1'ff'f' f::f:1:ioee:x:x:::! -f--ff-f-- ----f SN va '-A-'vAv' -lvl-lvzvz-X-1-I-:-Zvivz -2235-If-l-7 lil me --------------------- -v------------ e -------Y - --eg Compliments of Wm. F. 0'Brien, Fitchburg's Smart Shoppe I Featuring Individual PRINTZESS COATS - CO-ED DRESSES Hayward and Allen-A Hose Agnes and Rene Hats 473 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG, MASS. f """'x I I,,I :IQ II 1,4 I II III II II, IH, II II: II' ,I I ,I I ,I II IIII I I I I I I I I I Inc. I I I I 5, II I,,I I,,I INI I,,I I,,I I,,I I,,I Iv: ,I I ,I ,II yI Ig II II ,I IMI IMI II 'III I,,' I, I If I , , I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I., II I, I II I,I I,,I II ,I I ,I I I I I I WS 331:-: :!:::::!:e:1:1:12 A ' ' 11:1:1:1:l:1333e3533:i1:13--f-vf-ff-if '-2--f ---W-:bw Page onr hznxffrm' szlrlv lhrfe 4 1 4 14 1 1 11 1 14 14 1 1 1 14 1 1 14 1 14 1 14 14 14 14 14 'V W IlllllQll-EQZILIZZZZZIZIIIIIZE111111EEEIXEEEEEZZEZLILIZILJJJJ----ii-1-1-1.1.1.1.1.1vL-I-X-I-Z-I-lv:-4 X 1,1 1 111 1M1 ln! ,J 11 1 11 . ' 1:11 Complzments of 111 11 121 1,1 1 1 4,11 1. 11 NICHOLS S1 FROST CO. 131 1 1 1 1"1 1,41 11 11 1,11 14 1.1 .111 11 111 liszfvfvfvfvzfwfw71711,Kp p iii:Vjvfvfvrvfiirii 7 if f p p p p p 'Ti frfl L L Z L l 1T'T111111111Z121ZxiiiiiiifififixZ1ZfI1Z1I1Z!I!I!Z:?Si,N i-ifif1ifif3111111:Ziiiililixiissssez : 2159! 111 1111 11 11 1,11 Q 4 11:1 1:11 lv 131 Wrlglll 8: Dllson E11 GRADUATIQN 11 c 1 ll ' E ' 11 11 1' ,J omp ete At 1 etic quipment, H lx, tu, Clothing and Shoes for 111 1111 1:1 All Sports. 11 Baseball, Tennis, Golf, Track, Ar- AT chery, Lacrosse, Basket Ball, Field 1141 1 . . L.: and lce Hockey, Squash, Football 41 and Swimming. 511, o 111: CC.'r1!1Il14g,"11z1 l1'1fql1f'.1lJ 223.7 MAIN ST. 344 Washington Street 1111 1111 ,. 1,11 1,1 Q Q D M Boston N pposite epot 11 .11 11 J 1 wsI:Y111111:Ziiiliiiii1-IIIEEEEEEEIXZXCSIXIQ4? 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Y it "YY1 ' llJJ:51T'!'T'Z'Z'ljj:'!'!':'cff'Z'Ujif : : G EGLJGJG ,350 Iver Johnson Sporting Goods Co. 111 Telephone 727 . ifji When you think of anything in Sporting Goods think of us Nationally Aolve1't'isecl Goods we Carry 11 1' 111 Eastman Kodaks - Wright SL Ditson Tennis Goods 111: N Xu' N11 1 11 1'I NNI 11 1 1 Spaulding Golf Goods - MacGregor Golf Goods "1 11' 11 111 Special Prices to Schools 466 Main Street ,"1 "1 .W lk3j!j!jej!j!j!jeQf:TeA:fepe'1-1-f-f-f-j-j-j-j-T-'1'eijfffffj-ivjv1:113111122512212fifffiiiefffsfffffffffxilizf2' . r:e3353?3353e3332:e3:i::e33:Lei-3Al . Eieiieiiiziegi-ii:Lei-ieiiegeleleleielelelelsD af' 511 ma 11 11 11 11 11 'nl l,,1 1"1 I',1 1,1 IN1 ,111 1,11 11' 11 11 11 :HI 'nl 1,11 'nl 1' lvl lil 'ul 1,1 IR1 '11, 1 1 111: li: 1:1 li' 111 Compliments of 11 1:1 11 11 11 :-1 1-1 1.1 11 11 11 11' Q1 111 l':1 1 '11 1:11 liql 3 1 Kendall ESE 1:1 The E11 11 Catering Co 13' 11 11 1 1 O 11 ' 11 1:1 Independent Cab Co. 1:1 1 ,1 .1 3:1 Harry E. Kendall, Mgr. 11 11 11 E11 11 11 11 11 1 se Norvru sr. 11 11 Tel. 3590 11 1, 1H1 I", 1:1 IX1 X 11 ' 11 Frrci-IBURG, MASS. 11 if 11 11 '11 if 1:1 Ten. 2064-W 11 11 11 11 11 1:1 1' 11 1:1 1-1 11 lu! 1.1 IN1 ll' 1-1 11 11 11 '11 1:11 411 11 '11 1.1 11 11 111 141 111 ,111 me31122lllxlflllxlxliiI11C?E -1222321212el? Eklii1112312121132111:1121:1:1:::1f1::1::::'fiAk 4?5112E1X1if1:11121:IZYEIXEZfffiflfffffflfifffff:IIiYililil-lififiiifiY22iY2?11:1:12211112E?12EEEf1:::Z:img 11 1.1 11" V11 11' . 11 1:1 Complzments of 11 1-1 131 121 1 11 11 MURPI-IY'S DRUG STORE 1.1 11 11 1 Ml, 11 Main and Day Street M 1 11 11 was .21 l - F.1JfillQllillilllllililil22IKIQZKIRIXIXZQIZQZEQXZLZAEEJQQ-211.illf.-l-11I1.1.1.l.1IAle:.1L1v1I111I1111x21x2: 2' Page one lmnrlred si.rLv ive T-'-'-Y-Y-Y-Y-Ififlfi , f I J, '1:::: Y 1,1YififfvlvlV1.f.f.1.1:.!:::.1..1:,1,1,I """"' ' IMI IM I IQ I II FITCHBURG CREAMERY II I: Ig FITCHBURG, MASS. IMI I IL II IIII we FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS II A Good Place To Buy Good Shoes II and Hose I I III I ,W I XN.C.GOODWHN I Ip 342-344 MAIN STREET I I :III FITCHBURG, MASS. B I.SAxx---AAAA-- if eeee eeee is I HYLANDS II Your Stationer I II Fitchburg Savings Bank Building, Fitchburg I I I I I I I I I I I ALWAYS Ready to Sem You in ALL WA YS WI I m:xwwc:TTTKTs ....... xxmwwmwwd .151--"'--A' m""'A 'ADAM'--'-"U I:Il IMI IMI IMI . II Compliments of IIII II II Men'S Student Government Association Il III In QI IL E I!A'A'A2-I-A-AC-1f21ffAfAfA'A A A A A111111fAfAfA A A A Affelt2:111111113IYIXIXIXAXAIIXZXIYIYIYAYAIAIA Page one hlllllllf ea' .vi.rLV six S- -------------------------------------------------+-- 9, ,,,,vvvvvv,v,,,,,v,,YvY,v,,.....,v,vv,Y, .......... Y uafzax A7,r.1s pazpruzy suo amwcj ,.--x1:11x111:a1a1aa1aaaa --------- W v...................... - ,Av-ve,-,-Y-vfffaAaeafae.-.fafa-.-.-.-1.2.1.:.s.l.1.2.1:J3:::J::::.2.1:::Y-Y-Y-:.1.sY-v-3f1,1-1-fAfT-Zlliiiif1-l-2-4:13113-xliliit HFITCHBURG NORMAL" A background which brings preference to its graduate instructors. It has been our pleasure to co-operate with Fitchburg and many of its graduates, now recognized leaders in their pro- fession. We have met them in New En- gland and in many parts of the country. We invite you to make our saleseservice offices, which you will find in all princi- pal cities, your headquarters. Our mutual interests should cause us to co-operate closely. XVallace "cabinet shop" machines are better suited for wood shop instruction than heavy equipment. Vllallace machines are of the very latest design, tilting ar- bors, steel table, direct motor driven, precision, cabinet shop tools. An in- stallation - saw table, jointer, lathe, band saw, and oilstone grinder, can be had for the price of one large machine of similar high grade construction. This smaller investment has greatly in- creased the number of schools equipped, the number of classes taught and, of course, the demand for instructors. VVallace is very active with school boards, further increasing the demand. Our interest are mutual-we are anxious to co-operate with you. WALLACE Portable WOODWORKING MACHINES Fit School Needs and Appropriations A WALLACE No. 8 -e ,-45 UNIVERSAL SAW , rv- Motor built in and directly ' I ' ,,. 1- -, . connected. The saw blade " IF" 'V tilts or raises or lowers to any x ' " ' ' , I., 1 desilzd laolition: tablr relgxains f I A ' ' , 'zo t , sa e - 1 KI., , B li'u1n.x.fuickEria5'i.,i.bi., hifi, speed production, extremely h , accurate tool. i . WALLACE LATHE 6" swing. 36" between centers - easily handles base ball bats. table legs, etc. And this Wallace Lathe is priced so that a battery of them may be installed at a small cost. WALLACE 16" BAND SAW A precision tool. Like all Wallace ma- chines every revolving part is dynamic- ally halanced. direct motor driven. motor built in. Portable. operates on either the electric light circuit or the power line. Completely hall bearing. H Y Y . I .I-Tr-fc---4-ZASQ, -,' f 1. X WALLACE JOINTER Takes heavy cut 8" wide, rahbets 96" deep. Motors built in. directly connected by flexible coupling. High speed, production machines. portable, easily moved to suit the convenience of the operator. Also made in 6" size. A floor base available at small extra charge. WALLACE OILSTONE GRINDER For rough or finish grinding at high speeds without burning or re- moving temper from tool. Two oilstones of cup wheel type. coarse and fine grain. Emery wheel for dry grinding and cone wheel for sharpening car vi ng tools and other irregu- lar shaped tools. I. D. WALLACE St CO. 259 Franklin St., BOSTON C. J. RENNIE, Sales Mgr. Main Office. CHICAGO kigxlzgllizggx31:21132:1:13:::13:iL:iiiiizgllel-1-1.21-L31-1-1-1-1-3, - , 2,135.1111X113111:13azz:1:L5s2:x:A1fo3:i13:ii-3-11.14-4-1-1-L-41.1.1.-.-QLiliAL:,1.1.21:::A1A:2. t'e' 'cam '11 11 1,, 1: 1x1 11,1 IMI 111 1 111 11 'HN 1:1 141 II1 1,, 1"1 1111 .W 71541 1111 11, Zig 11' 11 11 I 11 1 1 I 1 1 IH: 11, I1 11I III 11' I I I 1 1 1 1 11:1 IA: 1 11, eg? I an N1 1"1 11 1 1 1111 M 1111 1 1 111 1 1111 11: 1 11:1 IMI 11.1 1 111 1 1:11 II .1' ' ez ES' WI 141 1Nl IMI 1'1I 1:11 I11 1 11 1 11 III I I M I I I I 11 '11 IMI 1 1 1:1 1111 .11 ,,gIP 7 "'MS 4I Q Goodnow-Pearson-Hudson Co., Inc. Fitclzbu'rg's Foremost Store Special Attention Given Student's Trade COMPLETE OUTFITS for Young Men and Young Women are to be found in this one Great Store Goodnow-Pearson-Hudson Co., Inc. Fitch,burg's Foremost Store IFS AAAA ---A-------- g Av I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Pang z' am! hum1'red SI'.l'Ifl' 711711 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Z Y , ,Y Y , Y , YYY.Y.Y.Y,Y,v,v,v,YYY.Y.Y.Y.Y.Y.Y.Y.v.v.Y.V.Y.Y.YYvYvYY-YYY Y Y Yrrrvr Y Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y , ..YAA ..--------.A--A-----A-- -------- 1 1 1 -xlz 1111111111 IC W I II 1, ,I I II I II ,I Turunen Motor Coach Service "I I I I I I 4II! I QI BUSSES TO HIRE I ,I :LI Operating "Pullman of the Highway's" I" I I "I II JOHN TURUNEN, Jr. TEL. 2188 III II Fitchburg, Mass. III II I I Iss .v.v.v.'.v. - - - - - .i.'-Y-W. - - A - - - - .i.w.v.'.'.-.wA'.-.v.'Aw-v-v.Y.W.rv-'ivY-iA-.Y-v-v-v-v-v- ng-YWYY, Y f 71 1 1, Y , , Y Y,Y,f,v,Y,fIf,f,',f,YAY, ,w,-,-,- Y f.f,Y WZZL, .II I'I IIII XII II I II I KIDDER SL DAVIS I I XIII I II HoUsE FURNISHERS II III INTERIOR IMI III DECoRAToRs II IXI 'III 692-700 Main Street Fitchburg, Mass. "I ILI I I II II .I uu., D D, .,.I.,,,w ....................... - - SY, 7 ,,,,,,, ,... , ee ---, ,,.,, 1 ,,,.,.,1 -,Z Z 1 7 Zilfifff flffffffili - - Y Y A i'f'i'Y'-1-1-'f'1'Y -A-- ilffif111131111151f11!:'f12!1'f1:!f'f'f:: 4' III For Clothes Economy try the I" I AYER CLEANING st DYEING co. 8 Moran Square Fitchburg, Mass. I Tel. 4355 I "The most progressive Cleaners in Town" I I I I II NOTE oUR Low PRICES Suit or Top Coat 51.00 Suits Pressed only 509 III. Dresses 1.00 up Dresses Pressed 50g III! Hats 35c up Ties Cleaned and Presed 1Oc IMI I I I I II IwS:c::cf:f3i1:-iiffiffiif 1 1 11iiii13:1:1:::1: lunge am' humfred sezfewlvf '.1 ' My N N . fwggwfwgfsm M Compliments of The Class of 1933 Compliments of The Fitchburg Paper Co. Fitchburg, Mass. M if 1:12, eu' Hzge one hundred sezfeuly o of-i ""' f ' ' ' ' ' ' :fTfffE:1:ffTf::fffffffff,if "" A"" ------ 2 1 1Y1'A1T1:1f1im! 11 COURTESY 11 11 'l 111' A SIMPLE ACT OF COURTESY IS A RAY OF SUNSHINE, in our busy ifl 1:11 business life and our men cannot perform too many of them to suit us. Nor :H1 are these courteous acts by YELLOW CAB drivers limited to pedestrians. li :Nl They often show the same Spirit to vehicles in the traffic, and it proves to 1:11 our satisfaction that they are in the habit of being courteous. And we like 111 :Hi it more than any other one thing they do. 1" 1"1 111' 11 tx 11 YELLOXV CAB COMPANY 17 II1' V E11 Phone 4000 il NS3:111i111:1:1::2:3:f3:::f:::::::::::::1:::f:::iffifiii:iiiffff1-1-111111131313131131g,g:313,g,3,:,3,:,:gb -.-.A.-vev-v-.-.-A-A-.A.A.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.--.-.-.--.-.-Y-v-.-.-.-.-.-vf.-.-Av-1-1-Aviva-:-Lvivz-avg-xv:-2-L: X I 41' 3 'IP' 91 "I 1"1 1l 1 '1 11:1 1111 111 1111 1,11 1 111 f: 121 if' 1'iI 1 I 1'1 1"1 1111 X111 ln! 111 1'T1 1 1 . . 111 1.1 Complzments Qf 11' 111 N :ul N 1 1 1 1 1 1 The 1 l 11 I 11 1j:l "1 lui lvl lm! 1:1 11-1 Class of 1932 11 11 11 ' WI1 121 11 111 IN 'Nl 'H ln: Iii! 11' IW 111: II1 121 ill N1 111 is i'i1 ' SL13LAL:Lil313:3231:13121:1iilzzzxzzzzszxzizzsssii3122112121111 gliislil-li ,-3311.1 3:11:11 Lzzlfzxiixzzice El? 5i'ifZfiiiiiiiiiifii1:1:12:!:1:!:!:':!:!:Y:1:?:'f Afi'i:iii1:::'Zi!f:!1':':!f5:xf:':xt!f'2 fxififfi' lil' 11 11fi 1'j1 5111 EQ? 111: We Repair Everything Eli 11 , ' ' 11 l P ' P Cvmtplwwnts Of 111: That You Wear ffl: We Call for and Deliver 1 N li 121 Mr. E. B. Haley E211 11: 111i 1:1 Manager 11 Hg! A. SNEGG Iggl 1:11 131 131 C T . 1135 1111 Fitchburg Theatre 1111 1111 ustom allot' 1111 1 1 11 11 321 E11 li 6 Main Street :Qi 11 11 mi33:l:::1gll:l::3:33::.1.2.:.:.:.:311g11::1 el? NS gf:-ifig-qi 13,33,3,3:3,3,1,:,1,33,S:xZ,:cgl?5 Page om' hundred sez,1w1b' Iwo a""""""""""""A''ff"""""'''"''''''-'ff'f'f'f'f'f'1'f'1'1'1'1'1'f"""""' '2'ff'f'1':'f 'figs 1 11 1? 111 1,1 1,1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 IN1 1 1 1'j1 1111 11 1:1 11 1:11 1,11 1,1 111 11 1 1:11 1,11 1,11 1,11 1,11 111 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 Remembrances 1 111 11:1 1 of the 111 11 1 I 11 1,11 1,11 1 1 11 1931 Senior Prom 11 1 1 111 1,11 131 1!lI 1,11 1 1 X11 11' 11' N11 11N 11! 1 1 1. 1 1. 1,1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N11 111 111 11 N1 111 111 11 11 41 X11 1111 11 1 I 11 '11 111, 111, 114, 111 1,11 1-1 111, wsflfffiff A A fffff1iffffffffffY1'111'1'1'1'1111111lififffififl:E11E1i1:1I1Z1Z1IfIIffffffffffffffffffffif1fifffff'1-1- I 'agr am' hlllllllfflll .W'Z'I'Ill: 1' ilzrec M? II 211122IfliliIfIf11111111:2Ilf.i1l1l1I1I1E3IfI'C ' I IPS Penny Bryn Shoppe CATERERS Home-Made Pies, Pastry, Wedding, Birthday Cakes. We give a Home Touch to your party Catering to Churches, Weddings and Lodges a Specialty. Penny Bryn Cake and Pastry Shoppe 558 Main Street Tel. 1854 FITCHBURG, MASS. .:Y-Yx---7.7-Y Yrvr Y Y YV 7,77 ,777-7:7 EVERYTHING FOR YOUR FAVORITE SPORT The distinction of being "Sports Headquarters" assures you of finding the proper equipment to help you enjoy your favorite sport to the utmost. TENNIS RACKETS Built for smashing play, full rounded frame, moisture proof stringing, 52.50 up. LUNCH SETS Buy your set early and have its convenience all through Spring and Summer. Sl.50 up. BASEBALL GLOVES Gloves for the youngster who is just beginning to play ball, to mitts the professional use. .60c up. GETTING READY FOR FISHING The experienced fisherman is busy getting his supplies ready and coming here for them. 7We flame ry' flamtrfnre Qmzlflr and .SI'rfI1'1'z' FITCHBURG HARDWARE CO. Phone 1670 314-316 and 689 Main St. Page one hum1'rea' .vezfenlyjbur ' """"" """""""" S dggg ar SI Ye House of JOHN L. BAILEY 685 Main Street in Fitchburg, Mass. for nearly a quarter of a century I1 a Fitchburg industry and a leader in Quality Candy and Ice Cream Finest goods at reasonable prices. Shipments made to all parts the world. Exclusive and Unique Gzfts Ufmcsual Favors S. QI If' I-I II II IMI I I I::I IJI IXI II ILI II II I I II II IIII IIII I I I I II I I I II I I I II I I IMI I! I I I I I I I I I I III III III INI INI I-I II IMI II II II I II III III ke-.:::.JJ::-if:-1.1-!:.'G1v1.1,2-X-I-'-fvfviiav, W eeee -.........-.....v..- 4: : . SRI A. Z. GOODFELLOW Attorney 748 Main Street FITCHBURG, MASS. 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