Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1938
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF THE FRAMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL
Vol. XXXVII FRAMINGI-IAM, MASS., JUNE, I938 No. 2
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and other members Of the Class of '38
. .......ANTONINA BRUNETTA
A dministmtizve Board
CLASS HISTORY .
BOYS' PROPHECY ,
GIRLS' PROPHECY .
CLASS WILL .
CLASS AWARDS . .
THE CLASS OF 1938 .
SCHOOL SONG .
TABLE OF CONTENTS
. Eleanora, Keene . 7
. John DeMille . 8
. Doris Gilgun . . 12
. , . . . . 14
. Richard Martell . . 19
. . . . . . . . . 22
. Words by Mary Van Ness . . 61
ALTON WILLIAMS BUSH
In appreciafion of his faifhful work and
coiiperafion Through The pas? years
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Most class histories begin by confessing
how small, stupid and insignificant the
members were when they entered high
school. This statement cannot be applied
to the Class of 1938. We were not un-
usually smallg by no means stupid Calready
having been exposed to nine years of edu-
cationjg and, as is apparent today, most
In September, 1935, when 375 of us first
investigated the possibilities of life in F. H.
S., we found a. whole new addition waiting
for us. We were very grateful for this pres-
ent of welcome.
Soon after our entrance we chose Miss
Wiley as our class adviser. Her ceaseless
effort and inspiration have been major fac-
tors in the success of our undertakings.
A little later the seniors welcomed us
officially with the usual Senior-Sophomore
dance, which was in the form of a Poverty
Party. That was fine. Besides getting in
free, we didn't even have to buy any new
clothes because prizes were awarded for
the most ffpoverty-stricken" costumes.
By january 22 we were well enough ac-
quainted with one another to elect our
class officers. At our first campaign assem-
bly we sat in awe at the lung and larynx
power of some of our orators. Neverthe-
less, we recovered in time to vote with the
utmost wisdom, and elect Thomas Hobin,
president, Frances Wright, vice-president,
Josephine Keane, secretary, and Edward
We were very active in extracurricular
activities, being ably represented on the
Student Council, Directors' Club, Philo-
math and Vox Ludi boards, and many
clubs. In fact, the Sophomore Dramatic
Club event went on the air, broadcasting a
play over station W'NAC.
We completed our first year of high
school in line style, sure that we had made
a good impression on the faculty and up-
In the fall of 1936, 368 of us as juniors
returned proudly to school. We elected
Thomas Hobin,president,Frances Wright,
vice-president, Jane Murphy, secretary,
and Edward Loring, treasurer, to lead our
class in the more important functions of
At that time a new system for the school
publications was inaugurated, which
proved a great success. Instead of the
Vox Ludi the F. H. S. News was published
biweekly, and there were only two issues
of the Philomath, the literary and gradua-
In the spring we selected our class rings,
and chose such an attractive design that
the seniors wished theirs had been the
same. The Class of 1939 has followed our
On June 11, 1937, we had a chance to re-
turn the courtesy of the Sophomore-Senior
Dance. We seized the opportunity and en-
tertained the seniors at the most successful
prom presented in years. The music went
around and roundl' the hall literally, in the
form of decorations, and everyone agreed
that it was an outstanding event, socially
After all this display of gratitude to the
seniors, we competed with them in an
athletic field day and carried off every-
thing but the stadium. This gave our
coaches an inkling of what they might ex-
pect the next year.
In September, 1937, we came back as
superior seniors and proceeded to elect the
same officers that we had chosen in our
first year: Thomas Hobin, Frances
Wright, Josephine Keane, and Edward
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As John Delllille seized his diploma and
ran on the night of june 17, 1938, he kept
on running, and twenty years later we still
find him running, this time for garbage
collector. He pulled up to the curb of the
New Howard Theatre, now built upon the
site of the old Gorman Theatre, in his lZ9
ante-dated ramblin' gas buggy. Manager
James Capobianco was outside barking up
trade and in the background was head cur-
tain puller f'Old" Howard Garvey, trying
to figure out why the crowds stayed away
by the millions. Out of the door came a
seedy-looking individual dressed in a natty
suit of pressed dungarees and shined
sneakers. He was the distinguished fore-
man of the weeders from Tho-mpson Bros.
farm and he went under the moniker of J.
John Capstick. John decided to explore
the town with the aforementioned Mr. De-
Mille. The two then made their way down
the "great white way" of Framingham,
now known as Boyle Boulevard, which
twenty years ago would have answered for
Concord Street. It seems that the town
political boss, Henry C. Boyle, Esq., B.A.,
P.D. and B.O., had developed a yen to see
his name in lights and had forcefully re-
quested the change. His honor, the boss,
presented the two travelers with the
skeleton keys to the city so that they could
get in and out. Boss Henry had in his em-
ploy one Thomas H. Hobin as janitor of
the Memorial Building. For this small
task Henry paid him 7Sc, which helped to
keep him off the dole. According to
'fBossie" he was overpaid.
Upon request "Bossie" pointed out
"The Oasis" as the best night club in town.
At the door, sporting a large handlebar
mustachio, was the proprietor, a suave,
portly gentleman, whom they recognized
as Vincent Dornestico. Behind the counter,
serving as houseboy, was Harry Foley.
However, little Harry later became presi-
dent of the Rag Swingers' Union. Vincent
employed as his bouncer Ray ffHaymaker"
O'Connell, who could take care of himself
anywhere, that is if trouble didn't break
out. Vincent said that Beaver Street had
another tanktown carnival, so John and
his companion leaped into the iron antique
and were off in a cloud of smoke. Upon
arrival at the dump it was learned that
Charles f'Strong Man" Palanzi Qbefore the
women got himl operated and ran a bull-
frog leaping contest. Outside another tent
Joe "Breezy" Pepi was advertising a prize
magician. Eddie Shay was Pepi's pride
and joy, but people wouldnlt give Joe a
tumble. In front of the fat lady's tent
Dick Martell was blowing off steam. The
big attraction, however, was handsome Ed
Sak-ooitz, All-American halfback from
Walla-Walla School of Higher Knitting in
1944, Eddie the Apollo. Then a rumbling
like thunder was heard, but nobody got ex-
cited, as they knew it was only Irving
Rubin, with his horse and team, in search
of old refuse on the dump ground.
After leaving the "carnie" they pro-
ceeded to the armory, and there, in front
of the street, was Corporal D. O'Boyle
leading the awkward squad in their weekly
capers. John DeMille, oncei a member of
these graduated Camp Fire girls, stopped
in surprise to see Robert Pickering and
Francis Orchard, both good rookies, quiet-
ly swearing at Leader O'Boyle. John
thought his jitney was getting low on fuel,
so he hauled into a filling station and as
the buggy was being mauled they recog-
nized a few attendants. Art Marino was
there, dapper as ever, and he promptly
proceeded to run more gas on the ground
than he did in the tank. His attendants in-
cluded ace business manager Jake Stein-
berg and head of the complaint office, now
quite deaf, "Clem" Waugh.
Next, crossing over to the tracks, they
heard a tremendous bellowing, and after
looking into everything they found that
John Fiore was putting his oratorical
powers into practical use by calling trains
for the B. 81 A. By following the nose of
the jalopy they came across a honky-tonk
called "The New Goff's Placef' run by
Henry Tordiglione. There, tickling the
ivories for his meals, was that king of
swing, Jack Hart. He was playing for a
stag party run for Louis Scagnelli's benefit.
Louis was now running a portable, cut rate
shoe shine box. The rumor was passed
that the best show in town was put on at
the New Howard by comedians Harold
C olwell and Henry Scagnelli. Free admis-
sion was given to all those over eighty who
came with their parents.
Mario Cr-oei was busily supplying the
local F. H. S. baseball nine with baskets,
knowing how much difficulty F. H. S. boys
have had in fielding in the past. Also the
remark was dropped in the two Gullivers'
presence that Al Cardiff was employed at
the carnival wiping the sweat off the iiying
horses, while Jockey Clements was riding
three winners at the Suffolk Downs race
track. Bookie Tommy Tomasetti was sit-
ting on the rail with a two-dollar ticket, en-
couraging the bangtails home. Another
thing john wanted to see was Gene B yrne's
Hamburg Home in the darkest corner of
Coburnville. Trowbridge f'Moth-Head"
Bent, according to a good source, was em-
ployed bringing in fresh dogs and cats for
Gene. Fernando Sanchioni, known in
higher society as f'Blackball," was said to
be running a Beano House in upper Park's
Corner. His best customer was Chief of
Police Charlie Ewing, who threw away at
least fifteen cents a week on this. nefarious
business. After being told by twenty-three
colleges that he would never be another
"Hank" Luisetti, "Burk" .Sherman finally
grabbed wise and now was spending his
time refereeing the Midget League Basket-
ball games in the Civic League. Also from
good source was the story that Jackie
Norton was carrying on the family' tradi-
tion by planting them as deep as ever, and
Warren Sheridan was selling peanuts in
Next the two travelers buzzed into
Montwait, where they found a blooming
hamlet. Kenneth ftSoup" Hill had ob-
tained a lot of improvements. Working on
the local project 99-9f1O were the Pick
and Shovel Kings, Burton and Arthur
Carter, with Sydney Goodnow as night
watchman. Sydney, alas, poor boy! was
sleeping soundly in a fresh puddle of
cement. Special Police Officer James Gage,
of the neighboring settlement of Coburn-
ville, was taking the dirt road to avoid
being called to duty.
So from there the two boys thought they
would head back to civilization. The next
stop was the Casino, where Louis Carini,
Dana Craig and Charles Keefe were pro-
moting wrestling bouts. When the wres-
tlers didn't show up t'Muscles" Carini
stepped in there with Craig. But this night
they were lucky and had a main bout. In
the squared circle "Irksome Irving"
Markovsky was sitting on Robert Welch,
while Bob was releasing a series of blood-
curdling yells, much to the joy of the
populace. The chief referee of the Casino
bouts was R. Duseau, who had had his
glasses knocked off earlier in the bout and,
not being able to see, thought they were
only shadow boxing and did not attempt to
break it up. Continuous heckling was car-
ried on from the two-bit seats by Lincoln
Smith, who wanted to know 'fwhen they
would take it out of the box? The: local
police, represented by f'Flatfoot" Ken-
drick, was restoring peace until he was
struck by a decayed orange hurled by
"Deacon" Van Yeaton. Patrolman Ken-
drick was removed by loving hands, all the
while saying, "I think the boys can take
care of themselvesfl The battle raged until
the ambulance, driven by John Hunter
and John Van Vliet, came and cleared up
the madhouse. jawn H. made a few of his
barnyard cries and the mob quickly dis-
persed, fearing the bull was loose. The two
travelers soon left Carini's Crazy House in
fear of their lives. Outside in the street
Bobbie Maker, known as 'fLittle Man,
What Now?l', was attempting to set up a
push cart business, but his inferior fruit
was being borrowed and not returned by a
large horde of youngsters who persisted in
pelting him until lil' Bobbie cried out in
wrath, "Oh, fudge on you. You naughty
boys." Sitting back enjoying the whole
scene was "Big Butchv Kennedy, retired
rubber merchant, who now and then lent
his arm to the worthy cause.
As the travelers progressed, tidbits of
news came to their ears. David Keir, who
made up his mind he would break 100, was
swinging madly at a golf ball at the F. C.
C., and all that resulted was that Tony
Johnson, his caddy, was put to sleep by the
warm breezes that arose. Bill Irvine, weed-
pulling demon, was frantically clawing the
hair from Mother Nature's head on Larry
Ellsworth's farm in Southboro. Bill canlt
leave because Ellsworth owes him so much
money he will have the farm in a few dec-
ades. Under Bill's supervision was Gene
Worrey, trying to get started in the farm
racket. Dan Driscoll was trying to ease
himself into the picture, but every time he
came around Larry said for Bill to send
him on his way.
After this bit of news, which was sup-
plied by ace keyhole reporter Theodore
Saulnier, who divided his time between
keyhole peeping and printing propaganda
for the "Down with Everything" Party,
led by Jakie Miller, who aspired to be in-
spector of prairie schooners for Sherborn,
the travelers were beset by an unusual
blowing and snorting in their rear. At f1rst
thinking the mechanical gazelle had blown
a tire, they turned around to witness the
strange spectacle of "Mac" MacLean run-
ning with his same old facial expression,
only this time with Richie Furbush on his
back. "Mac" said they were making him
do this for winning the B. A. A. Marathon
for the last eleven years in a row. Others
get a fighting chance this way.
In the near vicinity was Vincent Ephlin
parading up and down in front of the
UCrown" with a boycott sign on his back.
He said he lost a dime in a crack in the
floor and wanted to be avenged. Inside
Lenny M osearitolo was making whoopee
and Guido Ceruti was nursing a glass of
water while waiting for the sidewalks to be
rolled up. Tony Sannicandro was attempt-
ing to crash society, but owing to the boy-
cott of the 'tCroWn" was unable to enter
that secluded spot. Arthur Butler, mayor
of Nobscot, had come to town, but had se-
riously sunburned the roof of his mouth,
and also he had brought along a pair of
dark glasses so he wouldn't be dazzled by
the bright lights. At this point Robert
HBobbie" Doherty's paper hanging shop
could be plainly seen. We all knew HBob-
bie" would make good at this trade.
Charlie Eaton had been "Bobbie's" first
assistant, but he got tangled up in Bobbie's
paste and stuck to the wall and papered
over. Now he was demoted to ceiling
washer. John Garrity was the best soda
jerker of Hughes' drug store, and John
Hoban, the soda guzzling king, his best
customer. just then the antedated four-
wheeled boiler stumbled and jumped in the
direction of the Framingham Airport, and
there, to the amazement of the traveler, it
was seen that Edward UPudgy" Loring
was the brains behind the works. t'Pudgy"
offered to have the boys taken up in his
new Hying spider. At the controls was that
hair-brained aviation cracked skull, John
Shea, who promptly turned the crate into
the Dipsy Doodle number. Flying over
Farm Pond they could make out Anthony
Inglesi doing a rushing fish business by
which he catered to the demands of Co-
burnville. On the beach front was life-
guard Lou 'fBiceps" Connor, who strutted
around in a manner unlike his high school
football days, when he spent most of his
time on the ground recuperating from
K.O. wallops. He was the object of looks
of jealousy from Robert Delage, who al-
though he grew six inches, found to his dis-
may that it was into the ground he grew.
"Tornado" Byrnes was racing a. motor-
boat, and he raised such a splash that he
swamped the boat. William Arcudi and
Danny Pugliesi were running a salami
sandwich parlor on the same lake front,
and in Francis August they had a find, for
that gentleman ate so many that he foun-
dered himself and had to be given artificial
treatment by first aid man Louis 'fMilk
and Toast" Dragone.
Landing safely back on "Mama" Earth,
the two- lads were glad to get away, for
Charlie i'Gassy" Richards was swinging
a mean rag while wiping off the engine.
George Richardson was driving a horse
and buggy to town for travelers. In his
spare time George rented the affair out to
Back to town went the jalopy, and it
was found that Jackson Clough was the
proprietor of the Clover Grille and catered
exclusively to hangers-on. jackson set
local fads by cutting his hair, then every-
body else let theirs grow. Bob f'Dilly
Dolly" Dalrymple and Francis Graham,
former big idea men, were now doing a fine
piece of work in holding local banks up
with their backs. Stopping to talk for a
while, the two forgotten men had their
heads together trying to scare up enough
for a cup of coffee. It was confided by
them that Willie Abbott had turned hermit
and was holed up in a fox cave on Nobscot
Mountain. Harold Butterfield and Leonard
Crawford were playing cards on the park
benches, and when questioned why they
wouldnlt work said it was due to machines
taking their jobs tincidentally their jobs
were "on relief"j.
Harlow Andrews, Ted Boyd, William
Buzzell and Johnnie Lawrence were in
town from the farm and were all set to
blow their checks. They said that when
they hit town Uten cents don't mean
nothinif' Abe Ayoob and Bob Marino
were trying to sell the hayseeds a quarter
share in Brooklyn Bridge, but they said if
they couldn't have the White House they
didn't want anything. A roar of static was
heard from the roof garden of the Old
Colony Hotel, and upon investigating it
was found that Douglas Davies, Edward
Orzeck and William Warren, old time
silent men, were now running a "Vox Pop"
program and were driving the people away
with their chatter. They had Francis
Cavatorta held down in a chair, and were
asking him whether he preferred blondes or
brunettes. He said, "I want to be alone."
Parking cars for a living were those
eccentric two, Dick Heald and Georgie
Solomon, and they wished to find a resting
spot for yours truly's overheated ash bar-
rel, but connections couldn't be made.
Then parading down the street with
packs on their backs came those two ex-
plorers, Tom Canali and Joe Morissey,
who said they were going to attempt the
re-discovery of Saxonville. Following close
on their heels and pulling a large un-
covered wagon were those human pack
horses, Bob Mitchell, Eddie Montgomery
and t'Big Boyl' Wharton, who, if they had
showed that much dash in school, might not
have had to stoop to this low racket.
Albert M cM anus was the slave driver over
this group and said nobody ever had to
worry about his sparing the whip and
spoiling the slave.
John Burkes and Wesley Gray were
working a 'fshake downn racket on Willie
Brophy, whom they promised to take into
their protective association if he raised the
necessary four bits. Wild Bill could not,
so they were taking it out of his hide.
On the Memorial Building lawn Leonard
Bruce and John Breault were still hunting
for four-leaf clovers. On the only day they
found one they both were hit in the head
by some billiard balls thrown from the
Peerless. Prep Pool Room by John Rous-
seau, who thought he was playing ffboccef'
Howard Davis was walking down the
avenue attired in a ladyls dress and push-
ing a ba.by carriage. His family was one
place where the woman ruled the roost
both literally and figuratively. Dominic
Manzella had turned dance hall promoter.
He was running a joint called f'The Run-
Down Heel" and had for his best customers
Brad Hixon and Dick Hilliard, who said
they would learn to dance if it killed some-
body, and they didn't care if it were them-
selves. C Incidentally, neither did anybody
else.l John Phipps and John Sullivan were
also patrons, and could do the Charleston,
square dance, two-step, the Fiore Turn,
and all those fast, new numbers.
The White boys, Georgie and Donnie,
usually attended, but they had contracted
a bad case of housemaid's knee from their
trade, floor scrubbing, and had been ren-
dered hors de combat. Don "Weasel'l
Wenzell and James McLellan were run-
ning the soft drink department, but didn't
dare to mix their drinks. Burnett Feld-
man, big-time, get-everything business
man, held the seventh mortgage on the
and had threatened foreclosure.
f'Red" Ferelli, Manzella's lieutenant, paid
him off in check dances. After having one
dance the financial titan passed out and
was promptly relieved of everything of im-
portance by f'Dead Wood Dick" Hanley,
who wanted the titan to share his wealth.
William Moore and Robert f'Taylorl'
Sweetland apprehended the rascal and
threw him out, but not before they had
taken their large slice.
Seeing enough of such goings on, the
two travelers crossed the street to a diner.
Behind the counter was Paul Morse.
Ernest Oppiri, Doug Winslow and Bob
Sturgeon were slinging hash. The boys
evidently had been disagreeing, for vege-
tables and fruit lay scattered around, and
Winslow had a pumpkin pulled down over
his ears. In a corner Bob Stoddard and
John "Dropkick" Murphy were putting
away a feed, pinching salt shakers and
stuffing the old fruit in their pockets all at
the same time. This was the last resort, so
the two travelers jumped into the gas-
hound and were off in a cloud of dust and
duck feathers. But before they could get
out of the town Constable Theodore
Webster, acting in his official capacity,
peppered the tin ash can with his blunder-
buss and forced the speedometer up to the
great rate of twenty-two miles per hour.
The bullets did not affect the solid rubber
tires, and outside of harming the one-piece
of paint nothing could damage the good
old snorting jalopy. So back to that out-
post of civilization fFramingham Centrel
it went, and there it would remain for years
to come. The travelers had seen strange
sights and creatures and now they were
content to hole up for another twenty
In the summer of 1950, twelve years
after our extraordinary class graduated
from F. H. S., I took my first trip around
the world. My personal guide to Washing-
ton on the trip was Miss Josephine CRedl
Keane. She, world renowned guide and
traveler, offered, for a meager 335000, to
show me even the most remote places I
might Want to see.
We flew from New York to Washington
on that transcontinental air line, owned
and supervised by Christine McLaughlin.
She had to take to the air because the
ground didn't supply enough space for her
driving maneuvers. The pilot of our plane
was Louise Halley, who must have been
Chris's first pupil--her recklessness was
obvious-but due to the soothing charms of
Bertha Lomas and Marguerite Bird, the
two air hostesses, we finally landed with-
out mishap in Washington.
VVhile visiting our capital we met the
first lady of the land, President Martell's
wife, Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, whose
secretary was none other than our speedy
shorthand pupil, Pauline C asella. That
evening we attended the President's Ball
and had the pleasure of being greeted by
prominent statesmen, including our world
renowned Massachusetts Senatress, Elea-
nora Keene. Looking on from the balcony
were the two socialist reformers, Christina
N ute and Celia Krasnogor.
After the ball I left Josephine and
caught an early plane to Chicago, where I
stopped for about half an hour. The air
line hostess, Blanche Dunn, charmingly
greeted us as we descended from the plane.
In a spacious restaurant near by I finally
tasted the delicious food of Mary Decina
and Eleanor Carbonello, the two best
cooks in Chicago.
My next stop was Hollywood, where I
visited the spacious "Dav-Ley Studio,"
owned and directed by Virginia Davis and
Laura Haley. There's always one way to
get your name in lights-o-wn a studio and
direct pictures. The picture they were
shooting was entitled f'Life Alone Is
Lonely," starring that new-found dynamic
heart breaker, Mary Acton. In the mob
scene were such unknown actresses as
Gertrude Baker, Virginia Restelli, Amelia
Warren and Nellie Suslowich. Peg Henry
had finally crashed the gates of Holly-
wood. She was the stand-in for the new box
office breaker, Marjorie Chapman. My,
but Peg had changed! The hairdressing
department in the studio was supervised
by the beauty specialist, Eris Chiudioni,
who was ably assisted by Della Ablondi,
Rose Turchi and Rose Ablondi. On an-
other set I witnessed a scene from 'iLife
with a Basketball," starring those great
athletes Irene Kustron, Florence Ross and
Barbara Richardson. Think what F. H. S.
did for them!
That evening I went to the Brown
Derby and was shocked to see and hear
that the master of ceremonies was none
other than Louise "Sa.xie" Horne and her
Mad Hatters, among whom was Nancy
Leavitt, seated at a piano of her own in-
vention-one without keys-while non-
chalantly leaning on the piano and croon-
ing in her lovely voice was Beatrice Bell.
Louise was playing her 'fsax" and Joan
Turner was beating out the rhythm on the
drums. Anna Smith was waiting offstage
to impersonate that new radio sensation,
Mary Radioonyk. The Mad Hatters fur-
nished the music while that sensational
dance team, Doris Collins and Virginia
Tumasizewicz, gave their version of
The next day I boarded the S.S. Super-
Lux, which made my memory of the Queen
Mary look like a canoe. The ship was cap-
tained by Dorothy Harrison, and D-ora
Mailhiot, the stewardess, showed me my
stateroom. My personal secretaries were
Pauline Kwasek and Ann Lamagna-both
of whom could speak four languages. The
steamer was certainly the latest word in
style and comfort, due to the exquisite
taste and artistic designing of Constance
Shaughnessy and Estelle Steingold. As the
ship neared the dock at Honolulu I saw
Peg Perkins and Margaret McGaughey
basking on the beach, exercising all of
their feminine charms on the opposite sex.
The beachls largest and most exclusive hot
dog stand was tended by an old friend-
Faith Boyd. From her I learned a lot of
the sorrows and joys of many of my class-
mates. She told me that Dorothy Murphy
was vacationing in Honolulu to recuperate
from the misery of her fourth divorce. She
also said that Polly Van Ness, who was the
new ruler of Hawaii, had almost revolu-
tionized the island. Bidding good-bye to
Faith, I made my way to the nearest
beauty shop. Imagine my surprise when I
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Eleanora. Keene skiing?
Link Smith a la undies.
Our hero, Mario Croci.
Boh Maker coming flown Mt. Washington.
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16. Line Buster.
17. Nancy Dove.
18. Lenny Crawford.
19. Dave Keir and Elinor's beret.
20. Joe and Chris.
21. Henry Charles Boyle, Junior.
22. Manager Dick.
23. Frannie and his brother.
24. Trowbridge Bent.
25. Norma Clatlin.
26. Carolyn Bjork.
Holy Cross is proud of them?
"Bly: Chief" Lawson.
John Jigger DeMille.
Bob "Injury" MacLean.
Mary "Muscles" Acton.
The only left-handed band leader in the country.
The 8th grade at Jonathan Maynard.
The fairer sex at Jonathan Maynard.
Mr. Daniels giving Boyle a hand?
Red, Barbara, Chris, Laura and Helen.
Elaine and Margaret.
Kay taking a singing lesson.
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met the proprietress, Mary DeMarini. Her
head assistant was Rose Garbarino, who
guaranteed you the best wave on the
island. VVhile I was having my hair set,
Ruth Herbert, the season's most popular
debutante, came sauntering in, and in-
stantly the shop was all confusion. Every-
one ran to give Ruth any service she might
desire. Left unnoticed, I departed.
Boarding the Super-Lux again, I was
quite astonished to see Evelyn and Char-
lotte Lane smashing the ping-pong ball
back and forth over the ping-pong table.
These sisters have made history in that
sport. In the music room Susie Silenzl was
at the piano playing, while Susan Cara-
donna gave a solo dance, "The Firefly."
Among the spectators was the ever efficient
Dorothy M ellin, waiting with a glass of
water in case anything should happen.
Gther onlookers were Gladys Beaton, Olga
DCC-ollibus, Marion Hemenway and
Gladys Jones, who were apparently very
bored, as they were dozing peacefully.
The boat docked at Hong-Kong, where
the ship was met by such notables as Mary
Carey, Carolyn Bjork and Mary Doran.
They escorted us to the nearest hotel-if it
could be called that-where, from the win-
dow, I gazed upon a sight that shocked
me. Like a parade, down the street
marched about forty women with signs and
posters, shrieking, f'Down with cigars,
cigarettes, opium and liquorsf' These
women belonged to the Women's Temper-
ence League, many of whom I recognized:
Marion Jones, Alma Hurlburt, Irene Ben-
net, Angelica Basile, Jeanette Garceau,
Elizabeth Mercer, Barbara Miles and
Lillian O'Brien. Following the parade was
Muriel Whitney, riding in a jinrikisha
pulled by Leona Pierce.
In a near-by Buddhist temple I recog-
nized Priscilla Quinlan, Mary L. Murphy,
Virginia Rorstrom and Barbara Tetley
silently moving back and forth, now high
priestesses. As I went further into the
country I saw Rockina Piso and Lena
Pompile wading knee-deep in the rice
The next day I hired a Chinese guide
and crossed over into India. I visited the
Taj-Mahal and was surprised to see that
the sentinels guarding the beautiful build-
ing were Louise Hyde and Daphne Ken-
fway. Next I visited the Birds of Paradise,
whose beauty was enhanced by the de-
voted care of Minnie S ydow.
Among the distinguished personages
whom I met in India was the Sultan of
Bolha-Dhan. In his harem, which is very
seldom seen by anyone, were such rare
beauties as Rita Paquette, Mary Murphy,
Helen Mason, Thelma Reni, Clara Shul-
man and Barbara Clancy. The Sultan
ordered tea, which was served by four be-
spangled slaves. I recognized them as
Louise Dasoni, Mary Deasy, Madeline
Dragone and Helen M aplebeck.
From Bombay, India, I boarded a
freighter littered with natives. I crossed
to Mecca, where I witnessed the new dance
sensation, Kay Pryor, who was sweeping
the Arabian Empire off its feet.
The boat, after passing through the Suez
Canal, docked at Cairo, Egypt. It took a
trip to the great pyramid of Gizeh and saw
Emma Errico perched on the top survey-
ing the desert. While I was there, Louise
Carr went by on a camel. Emma told me
that Gertrude Gardner had been kidnap-
ped by a desert sheik, and when a rescue
party had found them, she refused to re-
turn with them.
Next I visited Rome, Italy. Italy had
become quite a place since Grace McGuire
had succeeded Mussolini as dictator. She
certainly had done wonders for the coun-
try. At the Coliseum I saw Phyllis Bonner
and Margaret Devine, who were employed
From Rome I went to Monte Carlo.
Being in a gambling mood, I stopped at
the roulette table, where Jane Lovejoy was
taking the bets. While I was playing and
losing money steadily, I heard the
orchestra start, and then I saw Marie
Soma make her grand entrance. Marie is
Monte Carlo-'s most sensational singer.
When I was taken into the office to pay my
debts, I was shocked to see before me
Grace Philippi, who, being of a gambling
nature too, had broken the bank and was
the new owner of Monte Carlo.
While I was going from Monte Carlo to
Switzerland, I saw Virginia Simpson and
Blanche Lareau racing on bicycles through
the Alpine passes. When I reached Zurich,
I hired a guide to climb the Matterhorn.
After we had reached the peak, I saw the
lonely cabin of a mountain hermit. I ven-
tured inside and saw a much disguised
Ruth M cHale. The world had been cruel
to her and so- she was living apart from the
From Zurich I went to Paris. The first
of my former classmates whom I saw was
Lilia Oldach. She was the owner of the
most exclusive women's dress shop in Paris,
where I went to a fashion show. Her assist-
ant, lane Devonshire, with pins in her
mouth, and surrounded by yards of ribbon
and lace, was designing a dress for the Sec-
ond Duchess of Kent, who, I learned, was
the former Priscilla Williams. At the
fashion show the loveliest gowns were
being modeled by Eleanor Williams and
Florence Hayes. After the style show I
went to register at an exclusive woman's
hotel and saw many of my former friends
employed as bellhops. They were Ellen
Orchard, Dorothy O'M alley and Anna-
belle Donnell. The chief elevator girl was
Eleanor Young, and Madeline Warren was
the page boy.
At the "Gay Paree" I saw Elaine Rice
and Elsa Winch tripping around in shorts,
selling cigarettes. Standing on the street
corner just outside the night club, selling
gardenias and boutonnieres was Nancy
Dove. When I returned to my hotel I
found, much to my surprise, that my next
door neighbor was none other than Mrs.
R. Duseau, the former Margaret Kyte.
From Paris. I boarded the Super-Lux
and crossed the English Channel. On the
way over we passed Anna Barbieri and
Alma Statton swimming to England. I
Wonder if they have reached there yet.
After reaching London I met up with
the chief of bobbies tpolicemen to usl,
none other than Frances Wright. She must
have got her training as a marshal at F. H.
S. Her first and ablest assistant was Mary
Thorpe. Along with them were such
shrewd detectives as Helen Antnl, Mary
Callahan, and Mary Donnelly. Scotland
Yard certainly has competition now. That
night I bought a book and a magazine at
the Covent Gardens Bookstand from
Emilia Carreia. I read in the magazine
that Hattie Balcom and Helen Hyndman
had been signed up with the Shuberts to
play in Shakespearean drama. They got
their training in F. H. S. when they gave
such a dynamic performance in 'tPeggy
Parks." The magazine a.lso contained a
very interesting article on t'High School
Romances Don't Last," written by Elinor
O'Brien. Elinor, a prominent journalist,
has written many successful articles for
the London papers.
The next day I went to a session of the
English Parliament and there I heard a
voice I had not forgotten and could never
forget. It was that colleen, Helen Cooney,
who was representing Ireland in the Co-m-
mons and giving a forceful speech for Irish
freedom. Opposing her with great power
were those two English representatives,
Catherine O'Connor and Antonina Bru-
From there I went to Wimbledon, where
Shirley Cornell was fighting for the Davis
Cup. Shirley played a very excellent tennis
game and won the cup in an easy manner.
Three cheers for Shirley.
The next day I boarded the S.S. Atlantic
for Boston. After a couple of days I was
once again in the South Station and ready
to entrain for Framingham. The first great
change that I noticed when I came into
Framingham was the new overpass. While
I was admiring its beauty, Dorothy Han-
cock accosted me, and we talked for over
an hour. Dottie promised to show me the
town, so we crossed the street and walked
towards the Center. First we saw Mar-
garet Healey and Adeline Testa. Dottie
told me that Margaret had become Mrs.
Owen Martin and that Adeline had be-
come Mrs. Nattichione. They had just
left their children at the kindergarten.
We ate in Framingham's new diner,
which Hazel Amsden and Mildred Bell
owned and managed, where they cooked
and waited upon the customers.
I bought the Framingham Herald,
whose editor was Norma Clajlin. The
Framingham News now has competition.
It was in the Herald that I read the an-
nouncement of Joyce Murphy? engage-
ment to Charles Mercer.
We visited the Framingham Union Hos-
pital and heard that Marie Galley and
Marjorie Hawkins were the two best
nurses available. In one of the beds was
Rita C ronin, who was recuperating from a
sickness which could not be diagnosed.
Walking down Lincoln Street we saw
the laboratory of Emma Saunders and
Marion Schiaoi, the two greatest astron-
omers on earth. Every two weeks, fo-r the
past ten years, they have predicted the end
of the world.
On our way downtown we stopped at
the new High School, and saw that Irene
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Loring. Under these able leaders we have
filled our positions of responsibilty most
We entertained the Class of 1940 at a
dance, and also celebrated our class "C"
championship with a victory dance at the
end of the football season.
The Student Council, with Louis Carini
and Richard Martell as presidents for the
first and second terms respectively, carried
out most satisfactory Student Associatio-n
and Christmas Box campaigns.
Our school newspaper, renamed The
Student Crier, enjoyed a large circulation.
Joe Pepi was the editor-in-chief.
The hockey team reached the playoffs,
and although we just missed the trophy,
two of our seniors were on the All-Star
team. Our other teams have also done
In February "Peggy Parks" visited our
town. This was our Senior play, which
filled Dennison Hall and kept the audience
in gales of laughter or intent with interest.
Helen Hyndman and Edward Shay were
The beginning of Community Life
found an apprehensive group of seniors
busily scribbling in little blue books in the
hall once or twice a week, but as time went
on we discovered that we really co-uld en-
joy the talks after all.
With the coming of spring everyone
grew excited over his pictures. and ex-
claimed with delight or dismay when the
proofs finally arrived. These pictures were
the beginning of our graduation activities,
interrupted only by the May Carnival, in
which we took an active part.
As June drew nearer we began to realize
that our public school education was near-
ly over. Some of us profess to be glad, but
when on this Class Day the gavel of office
is passed to the junior president, we regret
that we shall soon no longer be seniors.
The Class of 1938 has upheld admirably
the reputation of the Framingham High
School. In years to come may we, its mem-
bers, continue these activities in a larger
scope so that the world may be a little bet-
ter because we have been in it.
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We, the most dignified and the mightiest
class of the Year of our Lord One Thou-
sand Nine Hundred and Thirty-eight, of
Framingham High School, in the County
of Middlesex, and the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts, being of a sound body and
a. mind filled with genius and unimagina-
tive powers, do hereby make this last Will
1. We, the classiest class of classes Cin-
cidentally this is the Class of 1938 if you
don't knowj, leave to the lowly Junior
Class all our pencil stubs, cut-up erasers,
left-over conduct cards, petting corners,
and last but not least our worn-out teach-
2. We, the far too numerous Class of
'38, leave behind in the office an application
blank to be filled out by all who desire a
parking space in the new addition and also
the newly rumored portable building.
3. We, the class of wonders, leave to
Messrs. Scanlon and McManus a trap
door on each corridor to dump the dirt
down and not put it behind the doors.
4. We, the Class of 1938, leave to the
incoming Sophomores the dark and spa-
cious areas of Farm Pond, and hope that
they will live up to expectations.
5. We, the best Senior class ever to
leave the portals of F. H. S., bequeath a
deck of playing cards in the office for those
trouble makers who find it difficult amus-
ing themselves until the bell rings.
6. We, who make up the Class of 1938,
do leave behind a few unfortunates who,
through no fault of their own Qdoes some-
body question that statement?j, were
asked to stay around for another year to
torment their teachers.
7. We, members of the Class of '38
who strive to be on the School Committee,
make this promise to Mr. Charles, that
when we reach our goal we will see that he
is placed in Bill Scanlon's position. lNo,
Bill is not being f1redg he will receive his
pension. You know that janitors are re-
tired at seventy.j
8. We, the fifth period class in College
Physics, do hereby Hpool our pennies" and
leave Mr. aloe" Bush an expensive pair of
lineman's gloves to prevent him from get-
ting any more shocks.
1. I, Adeline Testa, am to be the first
one married in the Class of 1938, and I
dare Enis Franchi to get married as soon
after graduation as I shall.
2. I, "Old Howard" Garvey, leave to
Edward 'fSwishl, Mulvey the right to wear
any colors that clash and also his pants up
to his knees.
3. I, Margie f'You,re - the - one - I'm-
after" McGaughey, do leave to my stooge,
Louise Whitcher, the art of Hroping them
ini' and hope she succeeds as well as I've
4. I, Vicento Archibaldo Percivalo
Caseyo Secundo Wilhelmo Domestico, do
leave to Mr. Ralphy Iaccopucci a black eye
patch to impersonate Floyd Gibbons to
speed up his talks and make them sound
5. I, Dominic Manzella, do hereby
allow old f'Panel-feet Moe" Brown the
right to go down the corridors "trucking"
6. We, Bob Duseau and Maggie Kyte,
having left school bag and baggage, do
allow Arnold Frost and Shirley Walker to
look like the pair who have been married
for ten years.
7. I, Nancy Whoo-Dove, do leave all
my fortune telling and palm reading abil-
ity to Frances Roy, in hopes she can tell as
many lies and tales of woe as I have.
8. I, Charlie "Texas" Richards, do be-
queath all my stamina and personality to
my kid brother Wally, in hopes he will win
as many mile races as I have and also
break as many hearts as I have.
9. I, Irene Kustron, being of sound
character and a friend to all, leave my
athletic ability to Anna Devine, knowing
that next year she will be Miss Stiles, star
10. I, Harlow "Gee - but- I'm - hand-
some" Andrews, do bequeath to any t'Tar-
zanl' the book 'tHow to Grow a Moustache
Over Night," in hopes he may improve his
looks as much as I have.
11. I, Christine McLaughlin, being
one hard girl to get around, leave my bag
of tricks to Jane Avery, with full instruc-
tions to follow them to the limit.
12. I, the world's greatest "hot cha"
man and original Ding Dong Daddy from
Clark Street, john 'tKiss-Me-Again-Girls"
Fiore, do hereby leave to Horace Taylor
my secret way of always having the girls
chase me and still being able to hold my
head up among men.
13. I, Christina Nute, leave my nat-
ural blondeness to any one who can dye
her hair in time.
14. I, Howard Davis, the Caveman of
F. H. S., do leave my gorilla tactics to any-
body who thinks he is as tough and rough
as I am.
15. I, Josephus 'tRobin Hood" Pepi,
Mayor of Coburnville, do give all my
gangster vocabulary to Miss Squires, in
hope she may some day understand it and
then adequately add to it.
In witness whereof, we, the illustrious
Class of 1938, through our crooked and
unduly authorized attorney Don Ricardo
Martellio, afiix our seal and subscribe our
signature on ther 15th day of June in the
Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine
Hundred and Thirty-eight. God save the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts from on-
CSignedJ THE CLASS OF 1938.
Don Ricardo Martellio
In the presence of
All members of Company C, National
Tage 'Tuenly om
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Best Athlete .
Most Popular .
Neatest . .
Best Dancer .
Faculty Joy .
Biggest Eater .
Jolliest . .
Most Serious .
Best Looking .
Wittiest . .
Best Actress .
Best Actor .
Biggest Gum Chewer . .
Most Sophisticated . .
Best Dressed .
Most Likely to Succeed .
Most Pleasing Personality
Best Speaker .
Class Artist .
Tallest . .
Elm of 1932
MISS ETHEL B. WILEY
1 CLASS ADVISER
THOMAS HENRY HOBIN fTommyj ...... College
Football, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball, 2-3-4,
Student Council, 2-3-4, Highway Safety Club, 2, Class
President, 2-3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Golf Club, 3, Senior
Boys' Sports Club, 4, Senior Nominating Com., 4.
I like coffee, I like tea,
I like Marge and Marge likes me.
FRANCES MARY WRIGHT cF1'6I7Zk, Framziej College
Basketball, 2-3-4, "F," 2, Class Vice-Pres., 2-3-4,
Hockey, Capt., 2, Tennis, 2-3-4, 2, Sec. Lost
and Found Dept., 2, Directors' Club, 2, Biology Club,
Vice-Pres., 2, Typewriting Club, 2-3, Student Council,
3-4, Sec., 4, Marshal, 3-4, First Lieut., 4, Bowling
Team, Manager, 3, Winklots, 3-4, Sec., 3, Class Gift
Committee, 4, Senior Play Usher, Award for Outstand-
ing Leadership and Service.
Frank is our Vice-President-
A splendid girl is she,
She pleases everyone she meets
And fills us all with glee.
JOSEPHINE MARY KEANE U01 ...... Commercial EDWARD F' LORING """""""""
Basketball, 2-3-4, 2-3, Girls' Athletic Club,
Pres,, 2, Class Sec., 2-4, Directors' Club, 2, Marshal,
3-4, Athletic Club, 3, Home Room Director, 4, Dra-
matic Club, 4, Winklots, 4, Picture Committee, 4,
Nominating Committee, 4, Toastmistress, Class Ban-
quet, 4, Good Citizenship Pilgrim, D. A. R., 4, Carni-
val, 4, Sr.-jr. Athletic Com., 4, Honorable Mention
for Leadership and Service, 4.
Josephine, a red-haired lass,
ls one of the favorites in our class.
She has both brains and personality-
We hope her dreams become reality.
Football, 2-3-4, Baseball, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2-3-4, Vox
Lzzdi, 2, Debating Club, 2, Class Treas., 2-3-4, Band,
2, Student Council, 3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Capt., 4, Car-
nival Basketball Com., 4, Award for Outstanding
Leadership and Service.
He's won awards in everything.
In sports he can't be beat,
And if you want to laugh a while
Then Ed's the man to meet.
WILLIAM ROY ABBOTT .,......,....... College
Band, 2, Asst. Manager, Baseball, 2-3, Manager, 4,
Hockey, 3-4, Chemistry Club, 3, Sllldefll Crier, 4,
Football Manager, 4, Stage Technician, Senior Play,
Boys' Sport Club, 4.
When our football coach cried "Give me a man," ,
Wlilliam sprang up and swiftly ran. rf Q
DELLA MARY ABLONDI ..... ....... C 07Illll?l'L'lt7l
Girls' Flying Club, 2, Dance Club, 4, Harmonica
Ablondis come and Ablondis go,
But Della's the one that we all know.
MARY PAULA ACTON ................. College ,
Student Council, 2-4, Marshal, 2-3-4, Dramatic
Club, 2, Biology Club, 2-5, Secretary, 2, Hockey, 33
Golf Club, 5, Plyilonmtla, 4, Dance Club, 4, Banquet
Committee, 4: Carnival Ticket Selling, 4. A
Mary is cheerful, Mary is gay,
Mary goes riding with Fran every day, -
When she comes home, feeling tired and blue,
She goes right to the phone to tell it to Lou.
ROSE THERESA ABLONDI ...,........ Social Arif 'gli'
Basketball, 2-5, Hockey, 2-3, Typewriting Club, 2,
Dance Club, 4.
Rosie is a "redhead"
Who always likes to dance.
But Rosie hasn't met the man
Who can put her in a trance.
PRISCILLA ALDEN QP11f.ryj ............. College
Marshal, 2-4, Biology Club, 2-5, Literary Club, 2,
Girls' College Club, 4, Riding Club, 3-4, Highest
Pussy is a studious girl,
She always does her homework,
But when it comes to having fun
Her boy friends End her no shirk.
HAZEL NATALIE AMSDEN. . . . . .Comozerrial
Sewing Club, 4.
With Hazel's smile and Hazel's laugh she is sure to
get her way.
HARLOW PIERCE ANDREWS ......... Commercial
Track, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3-4.
Harlow calls Margie his only pride- r.
But the rest he keeps inside.
fNot that moustache, however!J
HELEN J. ANTUL ..............,,.... College
Typewriting Club, 2, Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Helen has a smile so sweet
For every person she does meet.
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WILLIAM ARCUDI ................. Social Am
Airplane Research Club, 23 Boys' Aviation Club, 4.
William likes to study and learng
For education he does yearn.
FRANCIS JOSEPH AUGUST fFl'dl177l6, . .Commercial
Stamp Club, 2g Airplane Research Club, 2, Prom
Patrol Committee, 3.
Francis is a helpful boy,
Always at his ease,
, Especially when he's saying,
I "Just step this way, please."
GERTRUDIE LOUISE BAKER fGertiej ..... College
Dramatic Club, 23 Etiquette Club, 3g Girls' Flying
Gertie goes to Milford
To see her cousin fair.
Is that all that she goes for
Or is someone else there?
ABRAHAM AYooB ffibiej , . .... Social Arif
Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Although this Abie has no beard,
Still to us he is endeared.
Q I ' . ANNA ROSEMARIE BARBIERI ........ Commerriol
, ' Italian Club, 2, Basketball, 2-3-4g Gym. Club, 33
3 J- Glee Club, 4, Student Crier, 4.
W A ' Q Anna's beau in Ashland does abide,
E I We wonder if Anna will there reside.
A' r ,e l 'H
HATTIE R. BALCOM .................. College
Dramatic Club, 2-34, Typewriting Club, 23 Senior
Our future Mary Boland.
ANGELICA R. BASILE ffimzj ........ Sofia! Am
Harmonica Club, 23 Basketball, 2-3-4, Typewriting
Club, 3g Dance Club, 43 Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Sparkling teeth and a lot of curls,
She has many friends--both boys and girls.
GLADYS BEATON fGiggleJj ........ Commercial
Etiquette Club, 3, Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Gladys is a girl happy and gay,
, S ' , I Q Whose giggle we hear every day.
T H E CP H I L O M A T H Taye Tufeiily-.rez'e1z
BEATRICE IRENE BELL ............' . .Social Arfr
Here's a bell who may not ring,
But we are certain she can sing.
MILDRED FRANCES BELL fMilliej .... Sorial Arif
Dramatic Club, 2, Typewriting Club, 3, Dance
Club, 4, Biology Club, 4g Fortune Telling, Carnival, 4.
Want to know what will come to pass?
just step up and ask this lass.
IRENE M, BENNETT ............... Social Arif
Basketball, 33 Tennis, 33 Sewing Club, 33 Girls'
Occupations Club, 4.
A songstress to beg
And in this position
How happy she will be.
TRowBR1DGE CLARK BENT. . . .... Sorial Am
Chemistry Club, 3-4.
Trowbridge is "Bent" but not broken-no, sir.
MARGUERITE MARIE BIRD fhliggyj .,.... College
Typewriting Club, 2, Marshal, 4g Dramatic Club, 41
Dance Club, 4, Carnival Fashion Show, 4.
"Sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb-."
CAROLYN OLGA B-IORK ............ Commercial
Dramatic Club, 23 Girls' Etiquette Club, 3, Sfiidenl
Crier, 43 Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Such a charming disposition
And such a cheery smile
Will get "Carol" over life's hard road, '
And will help her for many a mile.
PHYLLIS NAOMI BONNER ......,....... C olle ge
Typewriting Club, 2, Latin Club, 2, Sewing Club
'griasli 33 Girls' Occupations Club Sec., 4, Basket-
a , .
Phyllis is going to be a nurse-
A charming one she'll rate,
But we know we'll not be with her,
For she's going to Westboro State.
ARTHUR A. BONITO ............... Social Arif
Pigeon Club, 2g Highway Safety Club, 2, Golf
He's a basketball fan,
"If there ever was one."
He's a likable man,
"If there ever was one."
THEODORE P. BOYD fTedj ............ College
Student Council, 2-33 Vox Ludi, 2, Airplane Re-
search Club, 2-5, Sec., 33 Highway Safety Club, 23
Science Club, 2, Marshal, 4, Airplane Club, -4, Dance
Club, -ig Carnival Movie, 4.
Ambition is Ted's guiding star-
He hopes to please Virginia R.
FAITH BOYD Qlitzyj ................ Social Arty
Dramatic Club, 2-3--lg Girls' Flying Club, 2, Senior
Playg Banquet Committee, -1.
Remember how hard it was to keep a straight face
the night of the Senior Play? Ugh! Ugh! Looks as
though Hollywood will call you. Faith.
HENRY CHARLES BOYLE fjznziorj .... Social Arif
Debating Club, 23 Intramural Basketball, 21 Basket-
ball, 3-4, Capt., 43 Baseball, Z-5--ig Golf, 2, Directors'
Club, 21 Football, 3-4, Marshal, 5, Golf Club, 3, Prom
Ticket Committee, 3, Athletic Committee, 4, Carnival
Basketball. 4, Dance Club, 4.
Don't tell me now you've never heard
Of Henry Boyle! Why, that's absurd!
Captain of this and captain of that-
But many an hour on the bench he sat.
JOHN FRANCIS BREAULT .............. College
Typewriting Club, 33 Christmas Box Committee, 5.
Jerking soda's johnny's aim,
For his brother's in the game.
LEONARD BRUCE QLBIIJ ........... Comnzercial
Stamp Club, 23 Motion Picture Club, 33 Aviation
Robert Taylor certainly has to keep in the front row
with a man like Len in the world.
WILLIAM j. BROPHY flVfild Billy .... Comme:-tial
Pigeon Club, 2, Highway Safety Club, 2, Biology
Club, -ig Decorating Committee, Carnival, 4.
Twinkling eyes and cheerful smiles
Are this man's clever, charming wiles.
JOHN R. BURKES fBzm6j .............. College
Baseball, 2-3-4, Hockey, 3-4, Senior Boys' Sports
Club, 4, Boys' Sports Committee, Graduation, 4.
At baseball johnny is a star,
And he plays hockey, toog
But johnny doesn't like the girls-
Too bad, alas, but true.
ANTONINA MARIE BRUNETTA Qflmzj Commerri.zl
Girls' Athletic Club, 25 Basketball, 3-4, "B," 4,
Sewing Club, 3, F. H. S. Neu'.I', 33 Sluderzl Crier Busi-
ness Manager, 43 Girls' Occupations Club, 4, Co-
Chairman, Advertising Committee, Carnival, 4, Honor
just picture Ann
ln a secretary's position,
That seems to be
Her main ambition.
HAROLD C. BUTTERFIELD, JR.. .. ..., College
Glee Club, 4. u
Has anyone heard Harry sing?
A really truly second "Bing."
ARTHUR MERRIFIELD BUTLER. . , ..... College
Biology Club, 2-3.
We all know Arthur is quite a boy-
Yes, he's Nobscot's pride and joy.
He's been round and seen a lot-
There isn't much Lil' Art hasn't got!
WILLIAM ALVIN BUZZELL fBz1ddyj . .Sorifzl Ai-If
Chemistry Club, 4.
No matter how you say it,
It all adds up to the fact
That he's one swell guy.
EUGENE WILLIAM BYRNE Uonzadoy . .SOClr1lA1'l,f
Basketball, 2-5, Intramural Basketball, 4, Football.
3, Typewriting Club, 5, Tennis, 4, Marshal, 4, Boys'
Sports Club, 4.
Gene is a very shy little lad,
He's always smiling, never sad,
He never gets angry, he never gets blue,
I can't think of a single bad thing. Can you?
MARY FLORENCE CALLAHAN QCQIJ . . .Sofilzl Am
Typewriting Club, 3, Basketball, 3-4, Girls' Occu-
pational Club, 4.
Her name is Mary,
But they call her "Cal",
With that sweet smile,
She's everyones pal.
ROBERT E. BYRNE ............,.... Sofia! Ai-ff
Intramural Basketball, 2, Biology Club, 2, Type-
writing Club, 3, Senior Play, Refreshments, Carnival,
Bobo is our class Romeo-
Of girl friends he has dozens.
But now don't let him fool you, gang,
Half of them are his cousins.
JAMES C. CAPOBIANCO lCappyj ...... Sofia! Ain
Intramural Basketball, 2, Basketball, 3-4, Marshal,
4, Senior Play Usher, Senior Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Scene: The Gorman.
Time: Every night.
Characters: A good-looking usher named Jimmie
and a gal called Virginia.
THOMAS J. CANELLI .............. Commerrifzl
Highway Safety Club, 2, Intramural Basketball, 2-4,
Tommy is a golf fan,
He's a wizard on the green,
The best score he has made
Is a hundred and nineteen.
ELEANOR CARBONELLO ........ . . . .Social Arts
Gym. Club, 3, Italian Club, 4.
Eleanor is a very quiet miss,
But to meet her is everyones wish.
JOHN JAMES CAPSTICK fGrabbei-Q .... Sofia! Arif
Dramatic Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 3-43 Chairman,
Carnival Target Booth, 4.
Not a matchstick,
Not a toothpick,
But just john Capstick.
ALFRED VINCENT CARDIFF .......... Sofia! Ai-fr
Airplane Research Club, 2-35 Football, 2, Intramural
Basketball, 2, Hockey, 2-3-43 Senior Boys' Sports Club,
The best "Red-headed Ice Man" in F. H. S.
SUSAN THERESA CARADONNA fSa.riej .Sofial Ai-ff
Italian Club, 23 Athletic Club, 2, Field Hockey, 33
Typewriting Club, 3, Girls' Occupations Club, 43
Carnival Fashion Show, 4.
Susie had two boy friends,
She liked them both a lor,
She tried to play the game fair,
But they put her on the spot.
Louis PETER CARINI .................. College
Intramural Basketball, 2-4, Directors' Club, 2, Stu-
dent Council Vice-Pres., 3, Marshal, 33 Football, 3,
Chairman, Refreshment Committee, junior Prom,
Chairman, Ushers, Senior Play, Banquet Toast, 4.
I Theres something we've heard about Lou-
Yes, a girl--is it true?
Please act on the matter now,
Rise, Mary, and take a bow!
MARY CATHERINE CAREY ........... Sofia! Am
Gym. Club, 23 Biology Club, 2, Etiquette Club, 3,
Girls' Flying Club, 3-4, Basketball, 43 Field Hockey, 4.
Mary has a little dog,
And he is very sweet,
And everywhere that Mary goes
Tinker's at her feet.
LOUISE DOROTHY CARR ....... .... S ocia! Arif
Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Silence is goldenfeven to the hair!
EMILIA CARREIA fTinyj ............ Sofia! Arfr
Italian Club, 23 Biology Club, 3-4, Dance Club, 4.
i She might be called a "shrimp,"
gi 3 But she is a 'Rwhale" ofa good kid.
ARTHUR JOHN CARTER ............ Cozmzzercitzl
Basketball, 33 Intramural Basketball, 4.
Arty with his rod and bait
Runs down to the river,
"I wonder what may now awaitf
Gosh! Another kiver."
BURTON A. CARTER ............... Conznzercitzl
Burt is very slim and tall-
Montwait's handsomest of all.
FRANCIS J. CAVATORTA ............. Sofia! Arif
Carnival Construction Committee, 4.
He may not be so handsome-
His head it never swells-
He isn't on the Honor Roll,
But in cooking he excels.
PAULINE T. CASELLA .............. Commercial
Athletic Club, 2g Etiquette Club, 3, Basketball, 4g
Honor Tenth, Chairman, Carnival Decorating Com-
What would Hodgman's do without our own
GUIDO JOHN CERUT1. . . .... Social Arif
In my little Ford V-8
I merrily go to my date.
MARJORIE ANTOINETTE CHAPMAN fHo1zeyj
C 0 nz nzercial
Margie, somehow, will not acknowledge
What her heart cost to a youth in college.
ERIS CLARA CHIUDIONI fT0nyj ,.... Commercial
Italian Club, 2, Athletic Club, 2g Girls' Flying
Club, 3, Dance Club, 4, Harmonica Club, 4.
The "noiselessest" little girl in F. H. S.
NORMA ELIZABETH CLAFLIN fBzm'diej Sofia! Arfr
Knitting Club, 3, Highway Safety Club, 3, Sewing
Club, 3, Girls' Flying Club, 4, Plailomafly, 4.
Norma's everybody's pal-
She surely is a grand, sweet gal.
BARBARA JEAN CLANCY ............ C ommerrio!
Etiquette Club, 33 Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Cute and sweet-
Personality can't be beat!
CHARLES L. CLEMENTS Uorkeyj ..... Sorio! Arty
Highway Safety Club, 23 Boys' Sports Club, 4.
What would happen if Jockey didn't have an errand
JACKSON CLOUGH qJofkJ ........... Sofia! Af-If
Dramatic Club, 23 Golf, 2-53 Directors' Club, 3,
Where the-re's Jack there's his car.
DORIS MARGARET COLLINS QRipperJ .Comozef-rio!
Girls' Gym. Club, 2-33 Girls' Official Club, 4.
Wher'er there's a dance
You'll see Doris prance.
HAROLD RALSTON COLWELL QlV!aizeyJ Sofia! AI-If
Hockey Manager 2-43 Hockey, 33 Baseball, 23 De-
bating Club Vice-Pres., 33 Chemistry Club, 4.
Mary had a little lamb-and Colwell is O'Connell's.
LOUIS OLIVER CONNER, JR. fG7'Zlll2pJl,
C om merria!
Airplane Research Club, 23 Football, 3-43 Baseball,
3-43 Student Council, 4g Marshal, 43 Senior Boys'
Sports Club, 4, Vice-Pres., Intramural Basketball, 43
Graduation Committee, 4.
Louie is an awful brute-
Especially in a football suit.
SHIRLEY CORNELL fD11rkyJ ............ College
Directors' Club, 23 Latin Club, 23 Dramatic Club,
2-3-4, Vice-Pres., 2-33 Marshal, 3-43 Prom. Decorating
Committee, 3g Captain of Tennis, 43 Carnival Com-
mittees, 43 Honor Tenth.
The course of true love may never run smooth,
But Shirley and Bengy have found the right groove.
HELEN THERESE COONEY .......... Commercial
Biology Club, 2-43 Debating Club, 23 Dramatic
Club, 33 Honor Tenth.
"The human dictionary of the senior class."
LEONARD HARVEY CRAWFORD QBQI-Heyy
Basketball, 2, Hockey, 2-4, Vox Lodi, 2, Directors'
Club, 2, Football, 4, Baseball, 41 Hockey, 4, Student
Council, 4, Marshal, 4, Senior Boys' Sports Club, 4,
Nominating Committee, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4,
Let us know when a lassie you choose,
As it certainly will be "Real News."
DANA HENDERSON CRAIG .........., Sofia! AI-rr
Directors' Club, 2, Highway Safety Club, 2, Air-
plane Research Club, 2, Dance Club, 2, Science Club,
Vice-Pres.. 32 Editor, F. H. S. Newt, 3, Senior Play,
Szfzrlenf Crier Board, 4.
Tall and dark and handsome-
His name is Craig, you know,
And is he swell to look at?
Well, all the girls think so.
RITA VIRGINIA CRONIN ...........,. Social Arif
Girls' Occupational Club, 4.
She always has a pleasant smile,
As for a friend, she's sure worth while.
lVlARlO CROCI Qllylzzgyj ....,......... College
Football, 2-3-43 Basketball, 2-4, Baseball, 2-3-4,
"F," 2, Hockey, 3, Marshal, 3, Senior Boys' Sports
Club, 4, Picture Committee, 4.
Mario's tall, and big, and strong,
When he gets started, it doesnt take long.
Among Lillian, Kay, Dinny, and Joyce
Athletic Mario has his choice!
ROBERT A. DALRYMPLE ...........,... College
Football, 2-3-4, Intramural Basketball, 2-3, Hockey,
2-3-43 Biology Club, 2-3, Football, 3-4, Marshal, 3-4,
Marshal Exec. Com., 4, Track, 4, Boys' Sports Club,
4, Program Committee, 4.
His favorite girl's name is Helen. Why?
LOUISE E. DASSONI ................ Social Arif
Typewriting Club, 3, Dance Club, 4, Sewing Club,
When Ray first met Louise
It happened at a dance,
But when he followed her home,
Louise was in a trance.
FREDERICK HOWARD DAVIS .......... Sofia! Arif
Debating Club, 2, Motion Picture Club, 3.
Howie's the lad you'll always see
Surrounded by gals in the li-bra-ry.
DOUGLAS R. DAVIES fRedj ....,..... Social Arif
Airplane Research Club, 2, Typewriting Club, 3,
Boys' Sports Club, 4.
His Phyllis is his only girl,
His rifle is his only joy,
And his Dusenburg is his only world.
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MARY ANN DECINA ............... Social Arif
Italian Club, 4.
Shes cute and sweet,
This bundle of joy,
For down in Alabam'
There is a boy.
VIRGINIA RUTH DAVIS fDlllllyJ ......... College
Vox Lfzdi, 2, Basketball, 3-4, Typewriting Club, 3,
Prom Decorating Committee, 3, Properties, Senior
Play: Dance Club, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Girls' College
Club, 4, Chairman, Art Booth, Carnival.
A door opens-
A door closes-
OLGA VIRGINIA DECOLLIBUS ........... College
Typewriting Club, 2, Latin Club, 2, Marshal, 3,
journalism Club, 3, Girls' Occupations Club, 4,
Wlinklots, 4, Graduation Day Committee, 4, Fashion
Show, Carnival, 4, Honor Tenth.
She's quiet, friendly, an artist, too,
For Olga we see success in view.
MARY A. DEASY lzlflaej ............ Social Arif
Biology Club, 2, Typewriting Club, 2, Etiquette
Club, 3, Favor Booth, Carnival, 4.
Mae is CHIC, Mae is sweet,
Shes the girl you ought to meet.
MARY THERESA DEMARINI ......... Commercial
Motion Picture Club, 3, Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Mary is cute and somewhat petite,
But, when it comes to fun she can't be beat.
ROBERT F. DELAGE ..... . . . . . .Social Arif
Biology Club, 2.
Bob is petit-but hard to beat!
MARGARET ALMA DEVINE lzlflirkeyj .Commercial
Athletic Club, 2, Airplane Research Club, 2,
Hoclcey, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3-4, Gym. Club, 3-4,
Baseball, 3-4, Girls' Flying Club, 4.
Oh, Mickey is so friendly,
Alike with girls and boys,
But to be with him on Saturday nights
Is by far her biggest joy.
JOHN RAYMOND DEMILLE ljiggery ..... College
Football, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2, Intramural Basket-
ball, 4, Track, 2-3-4, Student Council, 3-4, Marshal,
3-4, Chemistry Club Pres., 3, Dance Club, 4, Class
The man we call "jigger"
Forever will last,
The man of the hour
And the man of our class.
JOSEPH ROBERT DOHERTY fPiey ........ College
Baseball, 3, Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Tennis, 4, Dance
Club, 4. -
Bobbie likes to walk,
So he joined the National Guard,
And you bet that he can talk
To pass the buck so hard.
JANE WHITNEY DEVONSHIRE ....,..... College
Literary Club, 2g Dramatic Club, 23 Lost and Found
Com., 2-4, Girls' College Club, 3-4g Winklots, 3-43
Editorial Board, Sfudefzl Crier, 4g Riding Club Sec., 43
Banquet Committee, 43 C0-chairman, Fashion Show,
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most
VINCENT DOMESTICO ...........,.. Social Arty
In Vinnie's sixth period English class
He never fails each day to pass
From the second aisle to the last,
For he likes to talk. Alas! Alas!
ANNABELLE ENID DONNELL ........... College
Basketball, 2-4, Girls' Occupations Club, 43 Philo-
First it was Carl,
Then along came Red.
Now guess what?
INIARY ELIZABETH DORAN ......,... Coozmereiol
Girls' Flying Club, 2, Etiquette Club, 3.
In school our May is I0 quiet-
But out of school she is a riot.
MARY V. DONNELLY .............. Conzmerriezl
Hockey, 2-4, Athletic Club, 2-3, Baseball, Manager,
4, Girls' Official Club, 4.
A pal to everyone.
ANNE DOVE fNeznryj ............. Social Arif
Basketball, 2-33 Dramatic Club, 2, Girls' Flying
Club, 3, Hockey, 3, Ping-Pong, 3, Senior Playg Fortune
Teller, Carnival, Honor Tenth.
Nancy is a bright girl,
Nancy is a palg
When Nancy goes in swimming
She's really quite a "Gal"l
LOUIS JOHN DKAGONE ............ Commerriezl
Debating Club, 2, Highway Safety Club, 2, Italian
Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Ticket and Invitation Com-
He rode his bicycle every day,
And studied hard to make his way.
MADEI.INE V. DRAGONE flvfoddyj . . .Social Am
Italian Club, 2-3, Sewing Club, 3, Biology Club, 4.
Her swell disposition is known to us all,
And when in need ofa real friend, upon Maddy call.
DANIEL J. DRISCOLL .................. College
Basketball, 33 Intramural Basketball, 4, Marshal,
3-4, Type-writing Club, 3, Prom Patrol Com., 3, Chem-
istry Club, -lg Carnival Construction Committee, 4.
He raises chickens, corn, and Cain.
Danny's a boy with an active brain.
ROBERT T. DUSEAU ................ Sorirzl Ai-fr
Radio Club, 2, Airplane Research Club, 2.
Duseau and Maggy, inseparable pair,
Wlierever Mag Kyte, Duseau is there.
BLANCHE MARIE DUNN ........ , . .Cozmuerriel
Basketball, 2-4, Athletic Club, 2-4, Gym. Club, 5.
Blanche and Moe are just like that-
Many the hours they have sat
Side by side in Moe's old car-
Her memories of him are close, not far.
CHARLES F. EATON lClmrliey ....... Social Art:
Dramatic Club, 2-43 Airplane Research Club, 2-33
Prom Patrol Com., 3, Marshal, 4, Senior Play, Dance
Charlie goes to dancing school,
As a dancer he has fame,
His partner is a Sophomore,
Claire McNeil by name.
I. VINCENT EPHLIN fSo1myj ........ Social Arif
Radio Club, 2, Prom. Patrol Com., 3, Carnival Re-
freshment Committee, 4.
Sonny has a Ford-
Takes it everywhere.
just look for the Ford-
Sonny will be there.
CHARLES K. EWING fChic,ej ........... College
Dramatic Club, 2, Track, 2, Hockey, 2, Prom Patrol
One moonlight night in Miami
Something was a-brewing-
A mermaid crept out on the shore
And spoke to Charlie Ewing.
ERMINIA TERESA ERRICO fzlfllzzniej ...... College
Athletic Club, 23 Italian Club, 2, journalism Club,
3, Baseball, 3, Girls' Occupations Club, 4, Girls' Olli-
cial Club, 4, Sllldent Crier, 4, Girls' Flying Club, -4,
Favor Booth, Carnival, 4.
A giggle, a sigh,
And Minnie goes by.
ANTONIO FERRELLI flleel, Tony, .... Social Arif
Intramural Basketball, 2, Basketball, 5-4.
If the Barber-Colman A. C. lost Red
They would be in the red.
BURNETT Louis FELDMAN fBC'l'lZf9D ...,. College
E-Energetic or should we have said Enough!
JOHN CHARLES FIORE fscllllj ........... College
Football, 2-5--ig Track, 2-3-4, "F," 2, Basketball,
3-4, Typewriting Club, 3, Prom. Refreshment Com., 51
Marshal, 43 Chemistry Club, 4, Vox Pop, Carnival, 4,
Home Room Director, 4, Usher, Senior Play.
We wonder why the girls all sigh
Wlien Johnny comes a-struttin' by.
HARRY ELLISON FOLEY ............ Social A1-if
Harmonica Club, 2-4, Airplane Research Club, 2,
Chemistry Club, 4.
Harry is a great musician,
The harmonica he plays.
We'll assure him a position
For his music does amaze.
JAMES A. GAGE .......... . . .Social A1-fr
Intramural Basketball, 5.
jimmy has a paper route-
And jimmy thinks It's swell
Giving all a friendly smile
As they answer their door bell.
RICHARD DOWNES FURBUSH fDirkj ..... College
Pigeon Club, 23 Track, 4, Aviation Club, 43 Grounds
Committee, Carnival, 4.
Quiet, modest and always a good friend,
For anything great on him we can depend.
MARIE ELIZABETH GALLEY ............. College
Basketball, 3-4, Biology Club, 5-4, Hockey, 5-4.
The one and only with a "schoolgirl complexion."
ROSE MARIE GARBARINO ........... C07Illll6l'Cldl
Dramatic Club, 23 Italian Club, 2, Girls' Flying
Club, 53 Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
In school Rose is quiet and sweet,
But outside she's a riot who can't be beat.
GERTRUDE MARIE GARDNER ........ Commercial
Girls' Flying Club Sec., 3, College Club, 4.
Gert likes Tommy, Tommy likes Gert.
Now when's the date-but we won't be pert.
JEANETTE ADELE GARCEAU Umzj . . .Commerrial
Girls' Flying Club, 3-4, Pbilomtzlb, 4.
jan has turned her affections to a lad up Hopkinton
JOHN FRANCIS GARRITY fHtmky ..... Social Ai-1:
Golf, 2-3-4, Aviation Club, 4.
john is the boy from Sax with the cheery smile,
And for a camel he'd "walk a mile."
JOHN H. GARVEY U-Iozwzrdj ........ Sofia! Arif
Asst, Manager, Basketball, 2, Manager. Basketball,
3-4, Typewriting Club, 3, Basketball, 4, Boys' Sports
Garvey is well dressed and Garvey's neat,
He is also cute and sweet,
Garvey's known as the ideal man
And when the girls see him they fall with a bam.
If. SYDNEY GOODNOW .............. Sofia! Am
Dramatic Club, 2-4, Football, 2-3-4, Marshal, 3-4,
Senior Play, Banquet Committee, 4.
Syd is jolly and full of fun,
He can show you how truckin's done.
ANNA DORIS GILGUN QDOIQ ....... Coflmzerrial
Basketball, 2-3-4, Marshal, 2-3-4, Girls' Athletic
Club, 2, Baseball Manager, 3, Pres., Motion Picture
Club. 3, Winklots, 3-4, Ring Committee, 3, Prom
Decorating Committee, 3, Student Council, 4, Girls'
Prophet, 4, Honor Tenth.
Dot always has a sunny smile and cheerful words
WESLEY E. GRAY, JR. flyffb ....... Comzzlerfial
Pigeon Club, 2, Highway Safety Club, 2, Basket-
ball, 3, Baseball, 3, Marshal, 3-4, Boys' Sports Club, 4,
Intramural Basketball, 4, Basketball Committee, Car-
nival, 4, Class Gift Committee, 4.
Wesley always does his work,
And never does he care to shirl-c.
EDWARD FRANCIS GRAHAM QTa:-zzeyj .... College
Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Graham is a well liked guy-
He has the thing that money can't buy.
LOUISE MARY HALLEY flazlzzj ....... Social Artr
Typewriting Club, 2, Athletic Club, 2, Basketball,
3-4, Baseball, 3, Field Hockey, 3, Gym. Club, 3,
Dance Club, 4, Girls' Official Club., Pres., 4, Gradua-
tion Athletic Com., Girls, 4.
Louise is a popular Saxonville lass,
She is distinctly a girl with class,
And if you dOn't believe it's so
Why don't you go and ask Bobo?
LAURA MARY HALEY .............. Cofizzizerrial
Basketball, 2, Hockey, 2, Athletic Club,
Will Laura "middle-aisle" it with Carmen this June?
RICHARD JOSEPH HANLEY ........... Sorial Arty
Biology Club, 3-4, Vice-Pres., 4.
Dickie is a paper boy,
And also is a faculty joy,
He always seems to study hard
And never his record has he marred.
DOROTHY CATHERINE HANCOCK qDo1fj
Directors' Club, 2, Band, 2-3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Type-
writing Club, 3, Prom Ticket Com., 3, Winklots, 3-4,
Student Council, 4, Carnival General Decorating
Com., 4, Banquet Program Committee, 4, Senior Nomi-
nating Committee, 4.
Dot's friend joe Wfatts is quite a man
When it comes to holding hands.
DOROTHY ANN HARRISON fW'axiej . .Social Artr
Basketball, 2-3, Dramatic Club, 2-4, Typewriting
Club, 3, Wlinklots, 4, Carnival Favor Booth, 4.
She'll probably be an "Iceman's" wife,
But anyway, we know she's awful nice.
JOHN JOSEPH HART Uackj ............ College
Home Room Director, 2-4, Marshal, 3-4, junior
Ring Com., 3, Class Night Program Com., 4, Senior
Nominating Com., 4, Carnival Check Dancing and
Minstrel Show, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
jack likes the piano,
Oh, so very well,
But when it comes to women
He thinks they're twice as swell.
FLORENCE MARIE HAYES fFloy ...... Sofia! Ai-fr
Girls' Flying Club, 2-3-4, Biology Club, 2, Fashion
Show Com., Carnival, 4.
Oh she is very petite,
Also very, very neat.
MAR JORIE ELIZABETH HAWKINS ........ College
Basketball, 2-3-4, Cheer Leader, 2, Typewriting
Club, 2, Girls' College Club, 3-4, Tickets and Invita-
tions Committee, 4.
In basketball she's very fast,
And with the boys she's never last.
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MARGARET LOUISE HEALEY fI.onj . . .Social A1-tr
Girls' Flying Club, 35 Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
Margies so sweet and always so neat,
She was just the girl for Owen to meet.
RICHARD KIMBALL HEALD Qliizzzbollj . .Sorial Ai-if
Bowling, Carnival, 4.
Is it true that Dick's ambition is to be State bee
MARGARET MARY HENRY fPegj .,.,.... College
Dramatic Club, 2-4, Pres., 2, Typewriting Club,
Sec., 2, Vox Lzndi, 2g Student Council, 2, Senior Play,
4, Slzldefzf Crier, News Editor, 4, Winklots, 4, Car-
nival Check Dancing Com., 4, Home Room Director
43 Honorable Mention for Leadership and Service, 4'
Highest Scholastic Honors.
The redhead in the ten pretty girls.
MARIAN ESTHER HEMENWAY ........... College
Student Council, 2, Vox Ludi. 23 Dramatic Club, 23
Etiquette Club. 3, Girls' Flying Club, 4.
Marian is happy,
Marian is fair,
But when Dexter's around
For no one else does she care.
RUTH ISABEL HERBERT ............. Social A:-tr
Typewriting Club, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 2g Basket-
ball, 2-3-43 Hockey, 2, Tennis, 2, Dramatic Club, 3,
Riding Club, 5-4, Bowling Club, 4, Girls' Flying
Happy and everyones friend,
She knows her lesson from beginning to end.
KENNETH WALTER HILL ........... Social Ai-lr
Ken surely tops them all-
For he's over six feet tall.
RICHARD FRANCIS HILLIARD ............ College
Biology Club, 2, Lost and Found Com., 2, Boys'
College Club, 3, Marshal, 3-4, Chemistry Club, 4.
Dick is quite a quiet lad-
A friendship with him is no fad,
Dick and Doug are pretty thick,
We hope together they will stick.
BRADFORD ABBOTT HIXON, JR. ......... College
Intramural Basketball, 23 Chemistry Club, 43 Band,
Bradford Hixon is his name.
His only claim to fame?
just put a racket in his hand
And watch the ball fly o'er the land!
LOUISE VENESS HORNE fll"ee1ziej . . .Crzlzlfzzewlal
Hockey, 2, Tennis, 3-4, Pbllozmglb, 4.
Weazie plays a saxophone,
And she plays II very well,
And when she starts to swing it
The music it sounds swell.
JOHN JOSEPH HOBAN ......4.......... College
Typewriting Club, 3, Harmonica Club, 4, Advertis-
ing Committee, Carnival, 4.
A quiet lad is johnny,
A friend to all he knows.
His kind and courteous attitude
Is known where'er he goes.
ALMA POWERS HURLBUT .............. College
Basketball, 3-4, Hockey, 3, Bowling, 31 Girls' Occu-
pations Club, 4, Nominating Committee, 4, Picture
First it was Harry,
Then it was joe,
But now it's that fellow
In Maine, you know.
JOHN A. HUNTER ffezzwz, Ulyrrerj . . .Social Arty
Marshal, 3-4, F. H. S. Neuxr, 3, Harmonica Club, 3,
Hockey, 4, Dance Club, 4.
johnny has a charming way
Of making the girls just come and stay.
LOUISE CATHERINE HYDE fBeffyj ...... College
Marshal, 2, Vox Llnli, 2, Dramatic Club, 2-31 Girls'
Occupations Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Betty's favorite diversion is playing it la Duchin.
HELEN WINSLOE HYNDMAN .,..,...... College
Typewriting Club, 23 Dramatic Club, 2g Home
Room Lost and Found Agent, 2, Winklots, 2-3-43
Girls' College Club, 3-4, Treas., 3, Pres., 4, Class
Night Decorations Com., 3g Prom Refreshments Com.,
51 Riding Club, 3-41 Bowling, 3, Marshal, 4, Senior
Play, 43 Student Crier, 4, Home Room Director, 4,
It's Harry during school time
And E. B. in vacation,
They give Our pretty Helen
No chance for relaxation.
ANTHONY RAYMOND INGLESI fTozzyj .Social A1-fr
Intramural Basketball, 4.
Tony is from Tripoli way-
We see him go there every day.
WILLIAM LLOYD IRVINE fBillj ......... College
Football, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2-3-4, Student Council,
2-3-4, Treas., 4g Marshal, 2-3-4, College Club, 3,
Boys' Sports Club, 4, Class Gift Committee, 4, Car-
nival Minstrel Show, 4.
Bill can shag
But not with Dal,
For when he shags
He needs a gal.
GLADYS MAY JONES .................. College
Stamp Club, 2: Typewriting Club, 2-3, College
Club, 4, Carnival Fashion Show, 4.
Gladys can cook, Gladys can sew,
To camp this summer with Freddie she'll go.
ANTHONY D. JOHNSON fTolzyJ ..... Soriol Arn
Tony, you know, is really a wow!
I-le and Ding and Mr. Dow,
And all the rest of Gorman Road,
Are on Framingham quite a load.
CHARLES A. KEEFE Uleepyj ....... Commerrial
Football, 2-4, Hockey Manager, 2-3-4, Highway
Safety Club, 2, Motion Picture Club, Sec., 3, Basket-
ball, 4, Marshal, 4, Dance Club, 4, Picture Commit-
tee, 4, Tickets and Invitations Committee, 4, Home
Room Director, 4, Stage Manager, Senior Play.
A wonderful worker is this boy,
And to whoever employs him he will be a joy.
MARION LOUISE JONES ............. Social Ai-If
Hockey, 2-3, Typewriting Club, 2, Dramatic Club,
3, Girls' College Club, 3-4, Carnival Booth Commit-
Marion has no excuse to be late
Now that she's driving a Ford V-8.
ELEANORA ALICE KEENE .............. College
Directors' Club, 2-4, Biology Club, 2, Typewriting
Club, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Girls' College Club, 3-4, Bowl-
ing, 3, Senior Play, Dance Club, 4, Carnival, Adver-
tising Com., 4, Class Historian, 4, Highest Scholastic
Eleanora likes to ski
On the mountain tops,
She goes sailing down the hill
And very seldom Hops.
DAVID W. KEIR fDaz'eJ ............... College
Golf, 2-3-4, Capt., 4, Marshal, 2-4, Directors' Club,
2, Prom Patrol Com., 3, Carnival Check Dancing, 4.
To David all things are possible-he captured the
heart of a blonde enchantress, and moved a marshal
post bodily to that other one in front of Room 114.
ROBERT KENDRICK QBobJ .......... Social Arif
Football, 2-3-4, Hockey, 3' Motion Picture Club, 3,
Student Council, 4, Marshal, 4, Senior Boys' Sports
Club, 4, Sec.-Treas., Social Com. for Banquet, 4.
By all the girls is our Bob sought,
But, alas, to them he gives never a thought.
JOHN MAURICE KENNEDY QPeezrl9eJj .Corzzmerrial
Baseball, 2-3-4, Biology Club, 2, Football, 3, Bas-
ketball, 3, Typewriting Club, 3, Tennis, 4, Marshal,
4, Gym. Club, 4, Boys' Sports Club, 4, Nominating
Committee, 4, Social Committee, 4, Home Room Direc-
tor, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Wherever Johnnie goes
He keeps the girls
Upon their toes.
DAPHNE DENNY KIiNW'AY ............. College
Basketball, 33 Dramatic Club, 3-4, Lost and Found
Committee, 33 F. H. S. Neztht, 3, Smale!!! Crier Board,
No boys for her-'just her books anti 'cello.
CE EIA KRASNOGOR fnlitferbzfgj ......... Cffllege
Biology Club, Sec.-Treas., 3, Girls' College Club, 4,
Girls' Occupations Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Celia is joyful, Celia is witty,
Shes also plump and really quite pretty,
In her opinion Benny Goodmans grand,
Boy! wed like to see her swing a band.
PAULINE C. KWASEK .........,.... Cozzzmercifzl
Sewing Club, 33 Field Hockey, 33 Carnival Favor
Booth Committee, 4, Honor Tenth.
Pauline is a friend in need,
A real pal-yes, indeed!
IRENE MARY KUSTRON .............., College
Basketball, 2-3-4, 2, Capt., 3-4, Hockey, 2-3,
2, Capt., 33 Athletic Club, 2, Typewriting Club,
21 Literary Club, 33 F. H. S. Newt, 33 Bowling, 3,
Baseball, 41 Marshal, 4, Student Crier, Editor, 4, Dra-
matic Club, 41 Senior Nominating Com., 4, Class Gift
Com.. -ig Home Room Director, 4.
In basketball Irene shines,
A forward sharp and keen,
A friend to all
And athlete fine is Irene.
ANGELINA LAMAGNA fflmij ........ Comuzerelezl
Art Committee, 4, Dance Committee, 4.
Because you came to us late-
Congratulations for your good rate!
MARGARET LOUISE KYTE fillezggiej . .Commercial
Athletic Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, Basketball,
2-3-4, Hockey, 2-4, Gym Club, 3, Sewing Club, 4.
It's not do this or do that, but Duseau, with Maggie.
EVELYN FLORENCE LANE. . . .... Commerrial
Girls' Flying Club, 3-4.
Rosy cheeks, sparkling teeth,
Evelyn's the girl we like to meet.
CHARLOTTE BEATRICE LANE Uhezw Shezwj College
Basketball, 2-3-4, Gym Club, 2, Typewriting Club,
25 Athletic Club, 3, Slzzdenl Crier Board, 4, Dance
Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Charlotte is a jolly lass,
As smart as she can beg
She writes to all the big leaguers,
And hockey she loves to see.
JOHN JOSEPH LAWRENCE fBmldyJ ...... College
Basketball, 33 Track, 31 Golf Club, 3, Marshal, 4,
Dance Club, 4, Aviation Club, Sec., 4, Carnival Check
Dancing Committee, 4.
John can't decide which lassie to pick-
Claims to them all he'd better stick.
BLANCHE IRENE LAREAU .,........ Comme:-vial
Although Blanche is a quiet miss,
To be a sailors wife's her wish.
NANCY LEAVITT. ..................... College
Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Typewriting Club, 2, Mar-
shalg 4, Carnival Play Stage Manager, 4, Orchestra,
Nancy is a friend
For everyone to have,
But does not lend her heart
To anyone but "Trav."
BERTHA ALBA LOMAS ..........,... Social Art:
Vox Ludi, 2, Biology Club, 2, Winklots, 2-3-4,
Marshal, 3-4, Plbilomotla, 3, Typewriting Club, 3,
Vice-Chairman Prom Patrol Com., 3, Dramatic Club,
4, Sfzulezzf Crier, 4, Carnival Fashion Show, 4, Social
Com. for Banquet, 4.
Bill and Bertha, a perfect pair- .
We see them together everywhere.
ROBERT JAMES MACLEAN .........,... College
Football, 2-4, Track, 2-4, "F," 2, Marshal, 4, Senior
Play, Manager, Senior Relay Team, Dramatic Club, 4,
Carnival Dramatic Com., 4.
Bob is nimble, Bob is quick,
But he can't jump higher
Than four feet six.
L. JANE LOVE JOY ..,.............. C ommerriol
Jane loves to dance the old-fashioned Way,
Because Jarvie dances only that way.
DOROTHY MAE MAcNEiL ......... .... C ollege
Biology Club, 2-3-4, Vice-Pres., 3.
Dot always has a happy grin
When to Millis she is chasing,
And by gosh that very grin is there
When the teachers she's a-facing.
REGINA E. MACKENZIE. . . . . .Commercial
Dramatic Club, 4.
Regina likes a sailor fair
Who takes her just everywhere.
DORA ALICE MAILHIOT fDodoj ..... Sofia! Af-It
Dramatic Club, 2, Gym Club, 3, Band, 3, Basket-
ball, Asst. Manager, 4, Girls' Occupations Club, 4,
Dance Club, 4.
Dora is pretty,
Dora is line,
All the boys say
I wish she were mine.
ROBERT WINFIELD MAKER .......... Social Az-fr
Football, 2-3-4, Intramural Basketball, 2, Hockey,
2-3-4, Track, 2-3-4, Manager, 2-4, Directors' Club, 2,
IxIL1I'Sl1.ll. 3-4, Dramatic Club, 3-4, Pbilrmmlb Board,
4, F. H. S. Newt, 3, Student Crier, Editor, 4, Boys'
Sports Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Carnival, Construction
Com., 4, Master of Ceremonies, Carnival Play.
Bobbie is a Romeo-
For any girl he'll come and go,
But Bobbie always says with glee,
"Geel I like my Beverly."
DOMINIC MANZELLA fD0lll, ..,.... Social Arif
Basketball, 3, Intramural Basketball, 4, Gym Club,
4, Dance Club, 4, Construction Committee, Carnival,
Eddie Sakovitz and "Kid" Manzella
Each think the other is a wonderful "fella."
HELEN CHISTINE MAPLEEECK ...... Commerritzl
Flying Club, 2, Athletic Club, 2, Etiquette Club,
Helen has such lovely hair
Which she claims takes little care.
ROBERT MARINO. ..,.............. Commerriol
Robert Marino, the brute of the class,
Has broken the heart of many a lass.
ARTHUR MARINO ................. Commerrial
"Pretty Boy" Marino, Arthur to the girls,
Is Robert Taylor, to the women, with everything but
RICHARD THOMAS MARTELL fDicky ..... College
Debating Club, 2, Lost and Found Agent, 2, Direc-
tors' Club, 2, Intramural Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball,
2-3, Football, Asst. Manager, 2, Manager, 3-4, Student
Council, 3-4, Treas., first half, 4, Pres., second half, 4,
Marshal, 3-4, Typewriting Club, 3, Student Council,
Convention Delegate, 3, F. H. S. Newt, 3, Chairman,
Prom Patrol Com., 3, Dance Club, 4, Boys Sports
glub, 4, Business Manager, Senior Play, Class Lawyer,
Dick thinks that teachers are most absurd
If they think he should be seen and not heard.
IRVINO M. MARKOVSKY Cfoolfj ..... Social Arif
Motion Picture Club, 3, Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Looking down the corridors
I saw a massive fellow,
And when he spoke his voice was like
A powerful organ bellow.
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MARGARET BIRD MCGAUGHEY fMtzrgiej .College
Directors' Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, Typewriting
Club, 2, Golf Club, 3, Marshal, 3-4, Girls' Occupa-
tions Club, Pres., 4, Carnival Refreshment Commit-
The sweetest thing this side of F. H. S.
HELEN ELIZABETH MASON Q"Sir"j .,.... College
Typewriting Club, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Motion Picture
Club, 3, Student Council, 4, Pbilozmzlb, 4, Student
Crier, 4, Girls' College Club, 4, Sec.
She keeps them all as the apple of her eye,
Bob, jug, Bill, and Cy.
GRACE LOUISE MCGUIRE .............. College
Latin Club, Vice-Pres., 2, Typewriting Club, 2, Bas-
ketball, 3-4, Sewing Club, 3, Hockey, 3, Basketball,
Manager, 4, Girls' Occupations Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
A little bird told me-it must be so-
That Grace and Fred to the altar will go.
RUTH MCHALE. ................., Commercial
Basketball, 4, Sewing Club, 4.
Although she came to Framingham late,
We've found Ruth a swell classmate.
CHRISTINE ANNE MCLAUGI-ILIN fCl1icej
C o 711 111 ercial
Basketball, 2-3-4, Student Council, 2-4, Athletic
Club, 2, Home Room Director, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Gym
Club, 3, Ring Committee, 3, Dance Club, 4, Winldots,
4, Dramatic Club, 4, Senior Nominating Com., 4,
Chairman Hospitality Com., 4, Cheer Leader, 4.
Our Christine is a popular girl,
We wouldn't part with her for anything in the world.
MARGUERITE MARY MCLAUGHLIN. ...... College
Student Council, 2-3-4, Typewriting Club, 2, Mar-
shal, 3-4, Golf Club, 3, Dance Club., Sec., 4, Dramatic
Club, 2-4, Sec.-Treas., 4, Chairman, Check Dancing,
Carnival, 4, Social Committee, 4, Highest Scholastic
She's beautiful and friendly,
And always nice to meet.
If you don't believe it,
just let "Dick" speak.
ALBERT LEo MCMANUS, JR. fPeIej ..... College
Radio Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 4, Marshal, 4.
Pete and science are sure to meet.
But from the girls he will retreat.
JAMES A. MCLELLAN fDorj ........ Commercial
McLellan and Andrews-the inseparable pair-
Wlmen you see one, the other is there.
MARGARET MCNAMARA. ........... Commercial
When Margaret's in a schoolroom,
Or at a girl friend's house,
Shes so very, very quiet,
She'd compete well with a mouse.
DOROTHY MELLIN fDotQ .......... Comnzerriol
Harmonica Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, journalism
Club, 3, Typist, F. H. S. Newr and Plyilofmzzly. 3, Ad-
vertising Staff, News and Plzilomatla, 3, Typist, Slu-
defzt Crier, 4, Girls' Occupations Club, 4, Carnival
Check Dancing, 4.
Northeastern right now is the spot,
And he cares for Dot quite a lot.
ELIZABETH SYLVIA MERCER fBettyj ..... College
Biology Club, 2, Literary Club, 2, Girls' College
Club, 3-4, Honor Tenth.
Betty has a boy friend,
Handsome, blond and tall.
We don't blame you, Betty,
For liking him best of all.
BARBARA G. MILES fBobrj ......... Commercial
Directors' Club, 2, Flying Club, 2, Sewing Club,
3-4, Pres., 4, Band, 3-4, Marshal, 4, Dance Club, 4.
Someone has taken the heart of Babs,
Now on her we can keep tabs.
ROBERT H. MITCHELL. ..........,..... College
Intramural Basketball, 4.
"Mitch" is handsome-what a heart throb!
But to give us a break-that wouldn't be Bob!
JOHN JOSEPH MILLER MESKAUKUS, JR. fBirzgj
Football, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3, Marshal, 4.
In football Bing is a great end,
Because skyward he does trend,
When he hits 'em-
They stay hit!
WILLIAM CHARLES MOORE ......... Social Am'
Airplane Research Club, 2, Typewriting Club, 3,
Aviation Club, 4.
It may be "Moore,"
But never less.
EDWARD CHARLES MONTGOMERY fBud, Eddie,
Track, 2-3-4, Aeroplane Research Club, 2, Chemis-
try Club, 3, Ring Committee, 3, Advertising Staff,
Pbilomalb and F. H. S. News, 3, Intramural Basket-
ball, 4, Marshal, 3-4, Student Crier Board, 4, Home
Room Director, 4, Property Manager, Senior Play,
Class Gift Com., 4, Dramatic Club, Pres., 4, Dance
Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Eddie is a track man.
He's been raising an awful din-
Whenever there's a track meet
It's the other men who win.
JOSEPH EDWARD MORRISSEY Qjoej .... Soriol Arif
Baseball, 2g Highway Safety Club, 2, Basketball, 35
Marshal, 3-4, Motion Picture Club, 3g Gym Club, 4.
joe works in a drug storeg
A druggist he wants to be.
When he tries to mix a formula
A little iitt'ry is he.
PAUL C. MORSE, JR. fzlloorej ....... Social Arif
Harmonica Club, 2g Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Paul is so shy that he always gets-by.
LEONARD EARL MOSCARITOLO fllezzuie. Bnfflaj
Football, 2-53 Prom Decorating Committee, 3.
As Dick Dead-Eye in Plmzfore
Len by far got the highest score.
Now in High School he's the wittiest wit,
For Lennie sure has done his bit.
DOROTHY THERESA MURPHY ....... Commereiol
Girls' Flying Club, 4g Carnival, Refreshment and
Check Dancing, 4.
Dot, Dot, you're on the spot-
Your pretty smile at last was caught.
JOHN VINCENT MURPHY .............. College
One time you could tell Murphy
By his bright crimson hairg
But now we know the silent one
By the jacket he doth wear.
JOYCE FRANCES MURPHY .............. College
Where Joyce goes, so does Charlie-
Oh, we understand!
For these two go quite steady.
My, ain't love grand!
MARY CATHERINE MURPHY Qzvlzzrplaj .Social Af-fr
Typcwriting Club, 2, Sewing Club, 3g Manager of
Basketball and Tennis Teams, 4, Flying Club, 43
Winklots, 4, Carnival Bowling Committee, 4.
If there were another war,
And the Huns came over here,
Blue-eyed Mae would knock 'em out
And save our country dear.
MARY LOUISE MURPHY fMoej ......... College
Typewriting Club, 3g Prom Refreshment Committee,
33 Senior Play Usher, Girls' Occupations Club, 4g
Dance Club, 43 Tickets and Invitations Committee, 4.
Mary and Peg are kept on the go
By their Red, Dick, Charles and especially joe.
JOHN LEO NORTON Uoeley ...,...... Sofia! Arn
Highway Safety Club, 2, Directors' Club, 2, Mar-
shal, 53 Prom Patrol Committee, 3, Graduation Pro-
gram Committee, 4.
Here, folks, is a handsome guy,
He makes the high school lassies sigh.
CHRISTINA KIMBALL NUTE ............ College
Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Typewriting Club, 2, F. H. S.
Newt, 3, Student Crier, 4, Scenery for Senior Play,
Carnival Play Committee, 4.
She's always running-the dramatic club-or after
a man-or just around.
ELINOR KERWIN O'BRIEN ......,...... College
Student Council, 2, Vox Lndi. 2, Dramatic Club, 2,
Debating Club, Sec., 2, Golf Club, 3, Marshal, 3--1,
Pbilomizih. 5--ig Sllzdelzl Crier, Advertising StaH', 4,
Girls' College Club, 4, Tickets and Invitations Com-
mittee, 4, Highest Scholastic Honors.
Elinor's a haughty lass,
With honors every year she'll pass.
For dates with El the boys all save,
But she is happiest with her Dave.
DAVID VUILLAM O'BOYLE Uiggerj ...,., College
Airplane Research Club, 2, Harmonica Club, 2,
Riding Club, 3, Dance Club, 4.
The little major of the "Mud Guards."
LILLIAN MARY O'BRIEN QSZTQ ....... Sofia! Am
Highway Safety Club, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 5,
Biology Club, -1, Riding Club, 4, Student Crier
Sis has taken up baton twirling, looks as though
our F. H. S. drum majors will have to be keener.
RAYMOND B. O'CONNELL Ulezyj ..... Social Arif
Baseball, 2-3, Marshal, 2-3-4, Vox Ludi, 2.
Oakie plays the slide trombone,
Theres fury in his tone.
His curly hair and smiling face
Say that he will win the race.
CATHERINE LOUISE O'CONNOR ..... Commerriol
Science Club, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Another genius in the making.
VIRGINIA LILIA OLDACI-I ............... College
4 Decorating Committee for Check Dancing, Carnival,
Lilia has two dancing feet,
And her clothes are very chic,
But her thoughts now travel far
For they're all in Panama.
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' ERNEST OPPICI fBIlff?l', ...,..,..... Sofia! Arif
Intramural Basketball, 2-4, Boys' Sports Club, 4.
His mater calls him Ernest,
The boys they call him "Bust",
But when he plays for Bar-Col
You ought to see his dust.
DOROTHY MARIE O'MALLEY fBe11yj .... College
Athletic Club, 23 Gym Club, 3, F. H. S. Newt, 3,
Girls' Flying Club, 4.
To have Betty give him a smile each day
"jello" comes from miles away.
ELLEN MARY ORCHARD fEllj ...... Comme!-ria!
Directors' Club, 21 Director, 4g Dance Club, 4.
Ellen and Stan make a swell pair,
And time for her Stan can always spare.
FRANCIS F. ORCHARD QFre:zfbiej ..... Sofia! Af-if
Student Council, 25 Boys' Sports Club, 4.
First it was Helen, then Tod appeared,
Now it is jean to whom he's endeared.
EDWARD ORZECK ............,..... Social Az-tr
Aviation Club, 4, Construction Committee, Carnival,
4, Honor Tenth.
Hears all, knows all, says nothing.
RITA M. PAQUETTE ..,............ Comnzerrial
Gym Club, 3g Girls' Flying Club, 4.
Rita-quiet, sweet and petite,
When with Cy she's hard to beat.
CHARLES GEORGE PALANZI .......... Sofia! Arif
Football, 3-4, Track, 4g Gym Club, 43 Graduation
The girls fall hard for Charles, by gosh-
Yes, very hard indeed:
And Buddie C. from 228
Wislies he would take heed.
JOSEPH FRANCIS PEP1 ffoej ..,......... College
Basketball, 2g Baseball, 2-3, Marshal, 2-3-41 Philo-
mallw, 33 Typewriting Club, 3, junior Prom Commit-
tee, 3, Sfndent Crier, Editor-in-Chief, 4, Senior Play
Committee, 4, Nominating Committee, 43 Class Orator,
Vfith Joe Editor-in-Chief of the Crier
lt was always a call of do or die-r.
GRACE M. PHILLIPPI .............. Commercial
Athletic Club, 2, Basketball, 2-3--1, Gym Club, 3,
Glee Club, 4, Minstrel Show, Carnival, 4, Typist,
Sllldwll Crier, 4.
To put Gracie in just four lines
Is really a job for master minds,
So here's the best that we can do-
"All good things belong to you!"
MARGARET MARTHA PERKINS fPegj . .Social A1-fr
Vox Lzcdi, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 2, Biology Club,
2, Marshal, 3, Typewriting Club, 3, Prom Patrol Com-
mittee, 3, Dance Club, 4, Girls' Occupations Club, 4.
ROBERT O. PICKERING .............. Social Am
Football, 2-3, Airplane Research Club, 2, Marshal,
3-4, Prom Patrol Committee, 3, Class Night Decorat-
ing Committee, 3, Aviation Club, 4, Dramatic Club, 4,
Home Room Director, 4, Senior Play, Carnival
Minstrel Show and Play, 4.
Orchards pal is a little pert,
But with his women he is an expert.
JOHN HOWARD PHIPPS fjacky ....... Social Arty
Radio Club, 2, Refreshment Committee, Carnival, 4.
He gets to school right on time-
Claims being late is a terrible crime.
ROCKINA THERESA PISO Ulockyj .... Commercial
Sewing Club, 3-4.
Not quite as hard as her name implies.
LEONA ALMA PIERCE .............. Commercial
Girls' Etiquette Club, 3, Sewing Club, 4, Carnival
Fortune Telling Committee, 4.
Leona has a charming friend,
And love will win out in the end.
LENA R. POMPILE ................. Social Af-fr
Biology Club, 2-4, Typewriting Club, 2, Girls' Fly-
ing Club, 4.
A smiling face, a jolly way-
That is Lena, so very gay.
KATHLEEN MARIE PRYOR fKayj ........ College
Vox Ludi. 2, Directors' Club, 2, Typewriting Club,
Athletic Club 2 Lost and Found Department 2'
2: , 3 , ,
Basketball, 3-4, Girls' College Club, 3-4, Prom Deco-
rating Committee, 3, Marshal, 4, Check Dancing Com-
mittee, 4, Dance Club, Vice-Pres., 4, Baseball, 4,
Kay's a tennis player, a swimmer of fame,
And you can always Hnd her at any hockey game.
fShe eats itll
, ya: - if
DANIEL PUGLIESI .................. Soriol Am
Tennis, 4, Italian Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Carnival,
Danny is a chemist,
There's nothing he can't do,
But Miss Wiley says conlidentially
I-Ie's also a master "chew."
PRISCILLA DINAE QUINLAN ......... Social Arlr
Typeyuriting Club, 2-3, Girls' Flying Club, 2, High-
way Safety Club, 2, journalism Club, 3, Baseball, 3-4.
Priscilla is a quiet miss,
To us she is quite priceless!
THELMA RITA RENI QToo'dyj .....,.. Sofia! Arif
Dramatic Club, 2-4, Bridge Club, 2, Typewriting
Club, 2, Motion Picture Club, 3, Marshal, 4, Philo-
mtztb. 4, Student Crier, 4, College Club, 4, Dance
Club, 4, Senior Play, Picture Committee, 4, Tickets
aind Invitations Committee, 4, Fashion Show, Carnival,
Toddy Reni, blonde and small,
Hardly leaves us a man at all.
Among her Fran and Vin and Dick
Little Toddy has her pick.
MARY M. RADIVONYK.. .,......... Coimzzerrial
Marshal, 2, Typewriting Club, 3, Sewing Club, 4,
Sfzzdefzt Crier Typist, 4.
From Saxonville this lass does come,
To catch her bus she has to run.
VIRGINIA MARY RESTELLI Qffilzlzyj . .Coflzmerrial
Basketball, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 2, Athletic Club,
2, Etiquette Club, 3-4, Girls' Occupations Club, 4,
Check Dancing, Carnival, 4.
Virginia has a winning smile
And eyes of lovely blue,
Now, boys, we put it up to you-
just dial 4072.
ELAINE RICE ................... Cozmzzerrial
Basketball, 2-3-4, "F," 2, Girls' Flying Club, 2-3-4,
Hockey, 3-4, Baseball, 4, Vox Pop Committee, Car-
Elaine's bright eyes and cheery smile
Will bring her success all the while.
CHARLES H. RICHARDS, JR. QTexj ....... College
Track, 2-4, Latin Club, 2, Directors' Club, 2, Chem-
istry Club, 3, Gym Club, 3-4, Prom Patrol Committee,
On the track or in the water,
The racing time our Tex makes shorter.
BARBARA A. RICHARDSON fBobr, Rick, Richiej
Basketball, 2-3-4, "F," 2, Dramatic Club, 2, Gym
Club, 2, Girls' College Club, 3-4, Lost and Found
Committee, 3, Hockey, 4, Marshal, 4, Carnival Com-
mittees, 4, Cheer Leader, 4, Honor Tenth.
Barbara is athletic,
And never did seem shy,
But my, does She get red
When Wesley Gray goes by!
VIRGINIA RORSTROM. .............. C om mei-fiol
Sewing Club, 2, Biology Club, 4. '
Our pretty, gay Virginia
ls late 'most every day,
The reason for her abstract gaze-
About Ted she's that way.
GEORGE L. RICHARDSON ............... College
Football, 2, Basketball, 2, Directors' Club, 2, Base-
ball, 3, Marshal, 3, Typewriting Club, 3, Track, 4,
Boys' Sports Club, 4.
George is about the only lad
Who'd lend the last nickel he had.
JOHN WILLIAM ROUSSEAU Gqzfeokyj .Soeiol Artf
Radio Club, 2.
johnny is a little "squirt,"
And is cute, though rather shy,
But, my, girls, in cooking class
Can he make a lemon pie!
FLORENCE JEANETTE Ross Qlllouiej .... College
Basketball, 2-3-4, "F," 2, Hockey, 2-3-4, "F," 2,
Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Sec., 2-3, Latin Club, 2, Student
Council, 3-4, Lost and Found Committee, 3, Marshal,
"Friendship is love without wings."
EDWARD J. SAKOVITZ Gokleyy ....... Sofia! Arty
Football, 2-3-4, Capt., 4, Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball,
2-3-4, Marshal, 4, Senior Boys' Sports Club, 4.
Football is Eddie's middle name,
And boy, how he can play that game!
Upon the field he is very fast,
And at parlor rugby he's never last.
IRVING KENNETH RUBIN QBobey ....... College
Intiamural Basketball, 2, Basketball, 3.
Babe is cute-couldn't be nearer,
Crazy 'bout Lillian-says no one can beat her.
TONY A. SANNICANDRO Uozzfziej ..... College
Football, 2, Basketball, 2-4, Senior Boys' Sports
Tony is Miss Squires' pet,
For her he would be quiet,
But when he gets a bright idea
He simply has to try it.
FERNANDO SANCHIONI fBlockboll, Eighlbolly
Basketball, 2, Italian Club, 2.
Dixie is a. ladies' man,
With eyes of brown and cheeks of tan.
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EMMA ELIZABETH SAUNDERS Goznzyj .... College
Debating Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 3-4.
Bright and smiling, never cross,
Without her we-'d be at a loss.
THEODORE A. SAULNIER, JR. flied, ..... College
Biology Club, 2, Stamp Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 3,
Sluelerzf Crier Board, 4, Carnival Advertising Commit-
The holder of the most dangerous job on earth-
Social fdirtj Editor of the Studenl Crier.
LEWIS J. SCAGNELLI Gragj ......... Social Arif
Typewriting Club, 3, Football, 4, Track, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball, 43 Senior Boys' Sports Club, 4.
No, not brothers-just cousins.
HENRY WILLIAM SCAGNELLI QWeazel, Smgj
Asst. Basketball Manager, 2, Manager, Basketball,
3-4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
About Henry it was hard to write,
But we can say he does his mite.
CONSTANCE EDITH SI-IAUGHNESSY cCOI1IIl6,
Basketball, 2, Hockey, 2-33 Girls' Flying Club, 33
Prom Patrol Committee, 53 Dance Club, 4, Aviation
Connie is sweet, Connie is gay. ..
We wonder who will steal her heart away!
MARION M. SCHIAVI fllflirkiej ....... Soriezl Artr
Athletic Club, 2, Girls' Flying Club, 5-4.
Whenever you want to have some fun
Mickie's the girl to whom you should run.
IRENE M. SHAW fR6716', ........... Commerrial
Girls' Flying Club, 2-4, Girls' Etiquette Club, 33
Prom Patrol Committee, 3.
Verne gave Irene a diamond ring,
Which reveals to us what the future will bring.
EDWARD JAMES SHAY. ................. College
Latin Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 3, Marshal, 4,
Senior Play, Dramatic Club, 43 Senior Nominating
Committee, 4, Carnival Minstrel Show, 4.
Ed's the fellow who cracked the jokes
In the senior play and the minstrel show, folks.
JOHN M. SI-IEA Uobmziej ........,.... College
Football, 23 Airplane Research Club, 23 Typewriting
Club, 33 Track, 43 Dramatic Club, 43 Intramural Bas-
john doesn't go for bridge,
But he certainly goes for Midge.
WARREN M. SHERIDAN CR11f11Jj ..... Social Arif
Baseball, 23 Airplane Research Club, 23 Football,
3-43 Hockey, 3-43 Ring Committee, 33 Marshal, 43
Hes the life of the party-
A sportsman at heart3
And when playing football
He does his part.
CLARA SHULMAN ................. Commercial
Winklots, 2-3-43 Dramatic Club, 2-3-43 Fortune
Telling Committee, Carnival, 43 Pbilomalb, 4.
If ever you see our Clara in a hurry
You may be sure the reason is Murray.
ARTHUR J. SHERMAN fBz1cLj ......,... College
Football, 2-3-43 Basketball, 2-3-43 Track, 2-33 Lit-
erary Club, 23 Seniors Boys' Sports Club, 43 Carnival
Basketball Committee, 4.
Buck is an ardent Romeo-
A long, long ways for a girl he'll go.
But Arlington seems to lure him most,
And a red-haired gal sure makes him boast.
VIRGINIA LORRAINE SIMPSON fGf?IIZy, Social Am
Basketball, 23 Girls' College Club, 43 Carnival Favor
Booth, 43 Honor Tenth.
Virginia, in her chemistry class,
Is quiet as can be,
Until there is a question asked,
Then her hand you'll see.
SUSIE SILENZI ..................... Sofia! Am
Italian Club, 2-33 Sewing Club, 4.
Susie is a quiet miss,
A friendly girl is she3
Susie's drilling is the thing
Worth going far to see.
LINCOLN W. SMITH Grinkiej ....... Social Arfr
Astronomy Club, 23 Track, 23 Science Club, 33 Dance
Club, 43 Marshal, 4.
He trucks, he shags, with rhythm in his feet3
To this tall fellow, dancing is a treat.
ANNE MARIE SMITH Gcottiej ....... Social Am
Girls' Athletic Club, 23 Directors' Club, 23 Wink-
lots, 3-43 Etiquette Club, 33 Girls' Occupations Club, 43
Style Show, Carnival, 4.
Anne-New Hampton may not rhyme,
But when together theres one grand time.
7D"S'e Fllflm-Y T1-IE CPI-IILOMATI-I
GEORGE CHARLES SOLOMON ........... College
Chemistry Club, 4g Carnival Construction Commit-
Georgie is a mighty man,
But very nice to know.
At least there are a lot of girls
Who vouch that this is so.
MARIE LOUISE SOMA ........,..... Commerrial
Marshal, 2-33 Vox Ludi, 23 Dramatic Club, 23
Athletic Club, 23 Basketball, 3-43 Etiquette Club, 33
Prom Refreshment Committee, 33 Italian Club, 43
Minstrel Show, 43 Home Room Director, -13 Studenl
Crier, Typist, 43 Honor Tenth.
Who said that she was quiet?
She's forever ever heard3
Especially in English
Hers is always the last word.
ROBERT STEINBERG fjfzkiej . . . . . .Social Arfr
Radio Club, 2.
It happened last summer,
When his heart skipped a beat,
For a cute Natick girl
Whtaixi Bob thinks is sweet.
ALMA MYRTLE STATTON ........... C ommerrial
Dramatic Club, 23 Typewriting Club, 33 Girls' Fly-
ing Club, 4.
A little din,
A lot of vim,
And a few boy friends mixed in-
ESTELLE STEINGOLD fEfmj ......,...,. College
Girls' College Club, 4.
' Is Providence, R. I., Esta's "Blue Heavenn?
ROBERT NEIL STODDARD fBobj ,..... Sofia! Am'
Science Club, 23 Chemistry Club, 4.
Stoddard, the "Sleepy" of the Seven Dwarfs, wan-
dered away and found comfort in F. H. S.
JOHN FRANCIS SULLIVAN .............. College
Motion Picture Club, 33 Dramatic Club, 43 Favor
Booth, Carnival, 4.
, X N The wise man sayeth, it store is no sore.
. ,, an 3' 1' 3
ROBERT STUROEON fErirj .......... Soriol Arif
Eric is very shy and quiet,
But his wave might cause a riot3
From Saxonville his girls he picks
And to them like glue he sticks.
ANELLIE ANN SUSLOWICH fNellyj . .,COIllll16l'!'ldl
Girls' Flying Club, 23 Sewing Club, 3-4, Vice-Presi-
She's true and sincere'-
,Iust one sweet dear.
ROBERT E. SWEETLAND .... . . . . .... College
Radio Club, 2.
Robert is a true American, for he's in the "Sweet-
land" of liberty.
ADELINE ALICE TESTA ,..... ...Cozlzuzerrial
Biology Club, 4.
Because you are to be Larry's wife
We're sure you will have a happy life.
MINNA LOUISE SYDOW ................ College
Typewriting Club, 33 Bowling Club, 33 Biology
Club, 4g Honor Tenth.
No one can beat Minna
For neatness and for care.
Challenge her for exactness
In anything-if you dare.
MARY Pi-ULOMENE Ti-IORPE ............ College
Student Council, 2-43 Latin Club, 23 Typewriting
Club, 23 Lost and Found Agent, 23 Basketball, 3-43
Hockey, 3-43 Dramatic Club, 3-4: Class Night Play, 33
Marshal, 43 Sludent Crier, 43 -Ir.-Sr. Athletic Commit-
tee, 43 Property Manager, Senior Play3 Riding Club,
3-43 Highest Scholastic Honors.
Mary's the athletic type-
She likes to pitch a ball3
But we've all learned that Mary
Likes dancing best of all.
BARBARA MARIE TETLEY fBezb, Tetej .Social Arif
Athletic Club, 23 Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Vice-Pres.,
43 Student Council, 43 Marshal, 43 Nominating Com-
Although she lives up the Center way,
George visits her faithfully every day.
FERRUCIO THOMAS TOMASETTI ...... Social Am
Basketball, 33 Baseball, 33 Hockey, 33 Prom Patrol
Committee, 33 Marshal, 43 Graduation Committee, 4.
Tommy's a weakness for women, you know3
If theres a girl, TOmmy's sure to go.
HENRY JOSEPH TORDIGLIONE fDz1ke, Goffy
Highway Safety Club, 23 Tennis, 43 Senior Boys'
Sports Club, 43 Intramural Basketball, 4.
Tordiglioni is quite a name,
For 'twas "Goff" that gave it fame.
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ROSE A. TURCHII. ................. Commercial
Typewriting Club, 3, Harmonica Club, Vice-Pres.,
4, Dance Club, 4.
Mr. Ross's one and only little bookkeeper.
VIRGINIA M. TUMASIZEWICZ Ueofziej Commercial
Athletic Club, Sec., 2.
"O O." to some means surprise,
To others it's just "O. O.",
But to Jeanie they are
The initials of her beau.
MARY W. VAN NESS QPolj ............ College
Student Council, 2-4, Vox Ludi, 2, Bowling, 2,
Tennis, 3-4, Marshal, 3-4, F. H. S. Newt, 3, Winklots,
3-4. Pres., 4, Student Crier, 4, Girls' College Club, 4,
Dance Club, 4, Check Dancing, Carnival, 4, Usher,
Polly doesn't want a cracker,
Polly does want joy.
And if you go and ask her sweetly-
lt's that Parmenter boy.
JOAN MARGARET TURNER fTonij ....... College
Hockey, 3, Dramatic Club, 3, Ring Committee, 3,
Student Crier, 4, Winklots, 4, Girls' Occupations
Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Banquet Committee, 4, Car-
nival Check Dancing, 4, Highest Scholastic Honors.
joan stands out as our favorite
All because she's so considerate.
AMELIA FRANCES WARREN lllflirkeyj Commercial
Girls' Flying Club, 2-4, Etiquette Club, 3.
Voted by the class the prettiest girl of all-
Opportunity will surely on her call.
JOHN VAN VLIET fB11dj . . . .... Social Am
Keeps johnny mum.
MADEI,.INE LOUISE WARREN ........ C ommerriel
Athletic Club, 2, Basketball, 3, Baseball, 3-4, Gym
Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 4.
Her eyes so brown and her smile so gay
Will take our Maddie a long, long way.
CI-IARLEs WILLIAM WARREN .,,. ..... C ollege
William is ever so quiet,
But you should hear him play.
just give him time and he'll be
A symphony player some day.
WILLIAM j. WAUGH, JR. fClemj ..... I. . .College
Airplane Research Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 3, Base-
ball, 3, Prom Patrol Committee, 3, Student Crier, 4,
Senior Boys' Sports Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Decorat-
ing Committee, Carnival, 4.
The Barney Oldfield of Framingham High.
THEODORE NELSON WEBSTER fTed, Wfebj
He can write and he can play,
We're sure to hear from him some day.
ROBERT JOSEPH WELCH .....,....,.... College
Home Room Director, 2, Latin Club, 2, Typewrit-
ing Club, 3, Chemistry Club, 4, Banquet Ticket Com-
mittee, 4, Target Booth, Carnival, 4, Honor Tenth.
Big trees from little acorns grow.
DONALD EUGENE WENZELL QDonj . .Social Arn
Typewriting Club, 3.
Don is the wild and woolly type,
But to the girls he's mighty nice,
And so on the road to fair Ashland,
Youll See our Don using his hand.
DONALD COOLIDGE WHITE ............ College
Directors' Club, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Chemistry Club, 4,
Chairman, Electrical Committee, Carnival, 4.
D. White Says he's right,
Pussy says he's wrong,
And so on into the night-
I wonder who will get the gong?
ROBERT S. WHARTON fBobj ........... College
Baseball, 2-3, Marshal, 5-4, Intramural Basketball,
4, Construction Committee, Carnival, 4.
In summer days, when school's let out,
Bob goes after bass and trout.
MURIEL S. WHITNEY .... ...Social Arif
Sewing Club, 3-4.
Muriel has a flashing smile
And eyes of sparkling blue,
You might indeed walk many a mile
To find a friend more true.
GEORGE FRANCIS WHITE Ufflaizzaj . .Sofiol Arty
Pigeon Club, 2, Aviation Club, 4.
George is a very snappy lad,
Always happy, never sad.
PRISCILLA WILLIAMS fPurryj. ........,. College
Dramatic Club, 2, Typewriting Club, 33 Winklots,
3-45 Marshal, 43 Girls' College Club, 4, Favor Booth,
Priscilla Alden had her john of everlasting fame,
Priscilla Williams has her Don-but then, what's
in a name?
ELEANOR M. WILLIAMS ............ Cozzzmerrial
Biology Club, 5-4, Carnival Fashion Show, 4.
A model in our fashion show.
A girl with lots of friends, you know.
SEWELL DOUGLAS WINSLOW fDOIlg, .Social Af-tr
Tvpewriting Club, 3, Advertising Staff, Plailomath
and Sludenf Crier. 4, Biology Club, 4, Carnival Target
Gum chewer Douglas has one dumb trick
That we have seen a lot-
At once he starts on another stick
As soon as he is caught.
ELSA WINCH ..................... Commercial
Dramatic Club, 2g Girls' Flying Club, 4.
Elsa makes frequent trips to Medford. Can it be
just to see her girl friend or is she holding something
back from us?
EUGENE A. WORREY, JR. ........,.. Social Art:
Football, 2, Basketball, 2, Hockey, 33 Marshal, 3g
Aviation Club, 4.
He doesn't have to worry-
A ladies' man is he,
And yet he has to worry,
For it's his name, you see.
IVAN ALBERT YEATON, JR. Ufany ...... College
Football, 2, Basketball, 2, Baseball, 2-3-4, Lost and
Found Dept., 23 Student Council, 3-4g Marshal, 3-43
Prom Decorating Committee, 3, Class Night and
Graduation Committe, 33 Chemistry Club, Pres., 4,
Carnival Art Committee, 4.
Ivan would have us think
That he can put one overg
But here's something we really know:
He is no Casanova.
ELEANORE MAY YoUNo ............ Social Ai-lr
Biology Club, 23 Dramatic Club, 2, Sewing Club,
3-43 Carnival Art Committee, 4.
Art and food are all her joys-
She says she doesn't care for boys,
But Youngie's Ames are very high-
We're sure shell get there by and by.
tContinuerl from page 183 '
Shaw had replaced Miss Williams. Miss
Priscilla Alden was in conference with Mr.
Magoon. Miss Alden was the new presi-
dent of Wellesley College.
Dottie and I then walked downtown,
where we met Regina McKenzie, Dorothy
MacNcil and Margaret M CN amara. These
three girls had worked in the Telechron
for thirteen years and had finally come to
the conclusion that clocks can keep perfect
time even if they are run by electricity.
I bade Dorothy farewell, and grateful
to her as well as to all others who had
aided me in gaining so much information
about my fond classmates, I concluded
that everyone had attained success each in
his own inimitable way.
Words wriffen by Polly Van Ness
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Praises and glory their echoes ring.
We will be loyal and always true
VVith memories of you C memories of youl.
In years to come in whate'er we do
IVe will still faithful be twill still faithful
Tribute we pay to you, in every way it's
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