Framingham High School - Philomath Yearbook (Framingham, MA)
- Class of 1941
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Vol XL FRAIVIINGHAIVI, MASS., JUNE., l94l No. 2
Edna: nz Chief ..... ..... ..... J A MES GEEHAN
FRANCIS BARLEY JOHN R. MAHONEY
HARRIET BLANDIN TERESA MASCHI
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
DEDICAT ION . .... 6
CLASS HISTORY . . James Luby ....... 7
, Richard Kinsman, Irene Buianowski,
CLASS PROPHECI ' Ijoseph Ferro, Marjorie Willard . . 8
SNAPSHOTS . ......... 15
CLASS WILL . . . Dominic Merloni . 16
THE CLASS OF 1941 ..... . 20
CLASS AWARDS . ......... 64
v Word' b Audre Hofmann
CLASS SON G ' ' Ilvlusicibyiljanet Waters . 69
MISS KHTHEBINE HHLL
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Almost everybody remembers that dur-
ing the afternoon of the 21st of September,
1938, a fierce hurricane left its indelible
mark on almost every village and town in
New England. What everybody does not
remember, however, is that only a few
weeks previous to this almost unprece-
dented event, four hundred and thirty-
four subtle sophomores had breezed into
F.H. S. to assume their first real posi-
tions of responsibility. This invasion
would seem to be unimportant, but such
was not and is not the case, and we hope
to prove so conclusively in this article.
From the first day of school until the mid-
dle of October, we were seen but not heard.
At that time, however, we ate our way into
the hearts of the seniors in a most expen-
sive manner at the Senior-Sophomore
dance. Our first big accomplishment was
electing as our class advisor, Miss Emily
that we extend
for all she has
Hall. At the same time
our most sincere thanks
done for us during these three years, we
wish her every success in her chosen field
Towards the end of our first year, we
elected class officers. We were the first
class to use the new method of elections
devised and adopted by the Student Coun-
cil. Our leaders were James Ward, presi-
dent, Teresa Maschi, vice-president, Irene
Buianowski, secretary, and Daniel Sulli-
In the fall of 1939, four hundred and
one judicious juniors answered the roll
call at dear old F. H. S. We proceeded to
elect the same class officers, but joan
Lynch replaced Irene Buianowski as secre-
tary in the middle of the year. Through
the year we helped with such worthy proj-
ects as the Christmas Box Drive, the Stu-
dent Association membership drive, sports
activities and the school publications. We
voted in favor of retaining the design for
class rings and pins selected by the three
previous junior classes. We ended Junior-
Senior week by presenting, positively, the
most successful junior Prom in the history
of the school, from both the standpoint of
profit realized and enjoyment dispensed.
We ended our second year at F. H. S. by
helping the Seniors with most impressive
On September 9, 1940, three hundred
and fifty significant seniors fought for and
gained admission to F. H. S. for the third
time in as many years. The results of our
class elections were as follows: Charles
Alexander, president, Marjorie Willard,
secretary, Teresa Maschi, vice-president,
and Daniel Sullivan, treasurer. In the fall
we gave a dance in honor of the sopho-
mores. Music was by Marty White and
his band, NOT from the usual phonograph
records. Later in the fall, we gave another
dance, in honor of the football team, this
time. The hall was effectively decorated
with dummy football players. The home
room director became a thing of the past,
when the S. C. authorized the organization
of a Boosters' Club, with Mr. Riordan as
its advisor. Each home room elected one
boy and one girl representative to the club.
In this yearls Christmas Box Drive, the
Boosters established a new record for
boxes filled and families cared for. On
April 25, with the aid and assistance of
Miss Neal, that supercolossal production
'fjune Mad" was presented to a full house.
Our better actors and actresses, led by
Pauline Rocheford and james Geehan,
left us many pleasant memories of a daz-
zling, daring gown and a homemade
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"Step right up," bellowed the barker
stationed outside a strangely erected pup-
tent. This was exactly what Joe Ferro and
I did as we meandered around the spacious
campus surrounding the Framingham
Academy of Co-Educational Improvement
at their carnival, similar to the one given
by that illustrious, diligent, supercolossal
class of 1941. Escorted by Irene Buian-
owski and Marjorie Willard, we displayed
our fee for admission and hustled through
a dimly lighted, dismal enclosure, to be
suddenly confronted by a dazzling light, a
gorgeous pool of variegated colors, into
which was staring a motley arrayed proph-
etess of uncanny knowledge. True, this is
the year of 1961, the four of us are reu-
nited on a once familiar landscape. Yet
what of our other endeared colleagues who
individually and collectively made our
class, and indeed our school, the greatest
ever to exist? But let us ask this eminent
prognosticator about our friends. She
straightens, rises and bids us to be seated,
then resumes her original position. Yes,
it is the renowned, professional fortune
teller Madame Phyllis Murphy. In answer
to our demands, she summons her super-
human powers and presents to us our now
widely scattered classmates.
William Almeda is editor of a large
South American Paper, the "Brazil Nut,
whose chief photographer is William Nel-
son. Next she calls to mind James Scrib-
ner, who is running a one-acre petunia
farm, with Sammy Pezza boss over weed-
ers Ralph Ghetti and Eligio Ferri. Near by
are John C'orker's dog training kennels,
which are noted for their Cocker Spaniels.
A wide expanse managed by President
Curtis .llitrhell of the ffjunction to Mont-
wait" airlines serves as a landing field for
pilots Philip Steveris and Gordon Hodg-
don, flying planes designed by Stanley
Crawford. It is around this field that Ray
Furbish and Edward Parker had finally
turned in a four-minute mile tbut that was
on a bicyclej.
Our view is changed to Saxonville,
where George Driscoll, that red-headed
iceman, and his employee, Bernie Keele,
deliver ice to their slogan of 'tEvery man
may have his wife, but the ice man has his
pick." A loud blare blasts us to attention
as former trumpeter Clif Carter calls the
horses to the starting post, where
"Spongy" Cavatorta is the leading jockey
at "Up-Downs," managed by Esquire Wil-
liam C olonna. Also brought to our atten-
tion is the new football play invented by
Malcom Brenner, called the "Brenner
Pass" and first used by Dana Holbrook,
coach at "Don't Be Technical." The head
caddy at the Golf Links is Joe-Joe Libera-
tori, while Francis Towne is chief retriever
of lost golf balls. Patsy Mesite and
Robert Dow have proved unsuccessful in
the wall paper business because they
couldn't get the hang of it. Richard De-
Mille, old time woodchopper, now runs an
escort bureau in Natick, with Robert Cap-
stick and Frederick Horan as outstanding
Sheldon Whittemore, the famous elec-
trician, employs Ernest Sibson, fo-rmer
master electrician and physicist at F. H. S.
His motto is 4'Well done-Sheldon."
Ray Avery has entered the mattress
business and turns out a A-very good
product, with Duleey Dadrnun as chief
seamstress. Paul Columbia has taken
over Brockelman's store, but is worried
over the tax on peanuts. However, floor-
walker Donald Crump and errand boy
Ralph Haynes are relieving him of these
Leaving Madam Murphy we entered the
luxuriously furnished building where jani-
tors Dante Valentini and Anthony Zickella
are shooing fiies off that honorable portrait
of the class of '41.
Elevator boy Robert Gallagher trans-
ports us to Principal Richard Harrington's
office, where Jane Vial rules as private
secretary. Here he directs us to the spa-
cious swimming pool, where Richard Har-
wood and Francis Barley are instructors.
Soothing music penetrates our ears. Pro-
fessor Emeritus Chester Hughes, new high
school music instructor, is directing Justine
Dyer, former celloist and assistant at the
rhythm sticks, to the music of Tschaikow-
sky's final finale of the Ninth Symphony.
Next we enter a modern laboratory,
where Sir Roland Avery teaches physics
a la mode and thermal dynamics. At the
present he is demonstrating his television
set. Edward DeLage and James Doran are
chief switch closers. He first fiashes on
David Bell, famous radio singer, whose
theme song is the "Bells of Saint Mary's.7'
Next we see James Geehan, editor of the
Framingham Snews fSnoozej, where War-
ren Johnson is ace sports writer. Robert
Fair is now a weather reporter atop Mt.
Nobscot, but doesnlt live up to his name.
Ernest Magrini and George Piga have re-
turned to barbarism and have opened a
barber shop. Harry Welton, Mayor of
District 7, has just brought Nobscot under
his jurisdiction, Where Kathleen Wood-
worth is happily enjoying her married life.
Donald Raymond is having his ups and
downs as an elevator boy. Richard Saul-
nier is a trigonometric parallelepiped pro-
fessor at "Temperature Normal,'l and
finds that the easiest way to cancel pi is
to eat it. Richard Lowry, having proved
Einstein's fourth dimensional theory of
evolution, has taken a professorship at
"U. Rascal U." Mario Treveloni is run-
ning a morra league, with Bruno Mosco-
telli as chief finger thrower. George Tynes
has lived up to his name and produced a
'tone-tyne-fork." Walter Shaw, the mod-
ern "Charles Atlasf' promises through his
disciple, Thomas Coyne, tfto make you a
man in seven days." Daniel Cella had
hoped to be a miner, but when he reached
the age of twenty-one he became exempt.
Ray Sullivan is moving furniture in his
famous Sully-Van. J. J. Ryan, President
of the Dublin-Coburnville Scenic R. R.
line, has been compelled by Federal In-
spector Leonard Hawkins to raise engineer
John Leach's pay. Valerie Yeaton is lead-
ing an all-girl swing band in which saxo-
phonists Jeanne Harper and Connie Ward
display their "sax" appeal. Their records
may be secured at the new Beaver Street
Police Station, where James Gormley acts
in the capacity of police commissioner.
Dorothy Cella is teaching cooking, but
almost lost her job when she was boiling
water and burnt it. Norman "Gabby"
Hartnett has taken over "Uncle Ned's Va-
riety Show" and is touring the country.
Incidentally, Merle Abbott is his prima
Donald Langley, after having passed
the bar, has now attained the status of
judge. However, he more nearly resembles
a weather man, for, it's-fine today, cooler
tomorrow. He has recently punished
alderman Walter Dauphinee of Lokerville
for exceeding the speed limit of 80 mph.
on the Avenue. Josephine Murray, poet
laureate of Framingham, has just com-
pleted her most famous poem, entitled
"Parlor, Kitchen, and Zinck," in com-
memoration of private secretary Viola
Zinck's birthday. Arlene Martin is the
president of the Anti-Pipe Smokers League
of this town. Janet Waters and Pauline
Lake are the mainstays of the United
States Olympic swimming team. Mildred
Milligan, player-manager of the Framing-
ham Giggolettes girls' softball team, an-
nounces the purchase of two star pitchers
from the Pacific Coast, namely, Barbara
Tworney and noted pianist, Marcia Spaul-
ding. Bruna Misaggia has remained home
on the range, posing as the proprietor of a
flourishing bakery business, successful
because of the efforts of advertising man-
ager Elaine Rabinoeitz. Robert Chandler
has passed up a movie contract to become
a salesman for the 15 Karat Gold Fish
To continue our adventures at the Car-
nival of 1961, I shall recount more about
our classmates. Jay Gordon has taken
over the managership of his father's dress
factory, where Barbara McFarland and
Pauline McKay are models, and June
Morse is a dress designer. Grace Tryon is
also employed here to try on every new
gown that june designs. Next we see Ser-
geant Kenneth Sargent, who has attained
that distinguished rank in the army. Mary
McLellan, Eileen Otenti, and Marguerite
Southwick, now nurses in the army, are
under the supervision of Doctor Charles
Savage, MD. X. Marguerite Behan and
Mary Foley have become very popular
hostesses at a Naval recruiting station.
After seeing many of my classmates
through the crystal ball, I decided to leave
the tent where the fortune teller was.
Walking around outside of the tent I sud-
denly became quite sleepy and sat on a
chair near by to rest. In a few moments I
had fallen asleep, and I will tell you what
I dreamed. First, I saw a huge new sky-
scraper located where Brockelman's was.
On every window shone the name of Eddie
Lernbo who, supposed to be a noted loan
shark, has computed a ten easy payment
scheme, so organized that John Hickson
does all the collecting. Next door Robert
Clark, former soda jerker, now runs the
famous club called UThe Get-Together,"
where John R. Mahoney checks coats and
rhapso-ody. Marcella Brennan and June
Arnold make charming waitresses at the
club. Kathleen Donnelly is a distinguished
opera singer at the new Framingham Opera
House, which has long since taken the
place of the good old St. George. Virgil
Proctor manages and finances the highly
successful Framingham Opera Company.
My dream suddenly transported me to
the icy Arctic, where Sylvia Nedell and
Mildred Perlmutter have gone so that they
can go coasting all year round and at the
same time freeze out their worries and
cares. Marguerite Taylor captained the
sailing vessel, with Barbara Welch as first
mate, on which they traveled to the frigid
zone. With a rush I found myself back on
Concord Street, where I saw Elaine Abbot,
Dorothy Atwell, and Jacqueline Shira,
usherettes at the New Hill's theatre, man-
aged by Ruby and Margaret Hill. Priscilla
Woodworth, Claire Allen and Betty Bea-
trice, I suddenly visualize undertaking an
exploring expedition into- the heart of the
Nobscot region, with Florence Shoekett
and Anna Vella acting as guides.
Dorothy Tinney and Doris Mauke I
picture in New York where they are at the
famed Parisian Art school run by Made-
moiselle Marjorie Jessanian, now located
on this side of the Atlantic. Florence Rallis
and Irene Saoi serve as air hostesses on
Norman Vogt's huge new passenger liner,
whose hangar is located not far from the
art school. Jane Winters runs a summer
home on Long Island, where Rose Canali
and Berkeley Young are employed as
chambermaids. Teresa M aschi and Edna
Murphy I see touring the country, lectur-
ing on "How to Get Your Man" in six easy
lessons, with Mary Tersoni as their maid.
Louise Splaine and Rita Paradis are writ-
ing for nationally famous comic strips
called 'fCatch Me If You Canf' Back to
Framingham with a whiz and I see experi-
enced teachers at the beautiful modern
Framingham High School, two of whom
are Gladys Turner and Hazel Eaton.
Elizabeth Webb and Louise Hoban are
running an antique shop, where they are
selling their school books of '41, Around
the corner Lina Hill and Agnes Guerra are
running a rest home for bankrupt, broken-
hearted glamour girls of Broadway. Some
of the first customers were Mary Tobin
and Irene Hollander, former actresses,
playing in a picture produced by Richard
McGrath. Muriel Bell, Alice Young and
Lucy Brunnetta are Working as house-
maids on the estate of Eileen Bemis. As I
walked around the grounds, to my surprise
I saw Gloria Harris and Marguerite Gray
pulling weeds out of the garden which has
been kept so neatly by Jimmy Welch, who
is an ace-one gardener.
As I glanced across the street I saw
Mary Lill and Rita Brillhart perched on
the limb of an apple tree. Standing in the
middle of the road was none other than
officer Bob .Monahan trying to give a
ticket to Mary Moran, who was speeding.
Etta Carreia, Edith Femia, and Anne Gial-
lombardi were all sitting on the lawn, knit-
ting sweaters forthe Red Cross. After see-
ing all these friends in my dream, I started
toward the town. On the way I saw Helen
Whitehouse, now happily married, sweep-
ing off the front steps of her little white
cottage. She told me that Mary Luminari,
Nellie Croatti and Mary Mackey are
working as telephone operators. Josephine
Bengiovanni, Florence Billings and Patri-
cia Condon are also working in the Tele-
phone Co. as messenger girls. Marjorie
Erickson and Pearl Miller are employed
as social workers, and I do mean social
work. As I walked down the street my
attention was drawn to an art shop win-
dow display featuring a beautiful portrait
of Roberta Patten in water color. In the
lower corner I was just able to distinguish
the tiny letters of my classmate Armida
Brizzolesi. Lydia Mercorelli, blushingly
petite as formerly, banged happily away on
a typewriter in the background.
U go Abelli has established himself as
dictator of Coburnville, with Ablino An-
tonio as his stooge and Rose Franchi as
his secretary. Vincent Dangelo is profes-
sional golfer at Louis T rottier's miniature
golf course. Warren CBean-balll Smith
has obtained a job of yelling "fore" at each
hole. Bidding farewell to Sir Avery we
leave the building and are greeted at the
door by groundkeeper Francis Jewell, who
informs us that our former classmate,
Irene Buianowski, now operates the
famous f'Madame Renee's Fur Salon" in
New York on Fifth Avenue. She employs
many of her friends, including Anna Mor-
rissey, who is the head mistress of the
models, Gloria Gorman, June Hastings and
Rita Maplebeck. Donald Gillis sweeps up
all moths picked off furs by Kenneth Giac-
comuzzi. Incidentally, Alexander Mole-
ronek supplies the shop with the skunk
furs which he traps. He also notifies us
that Muriel Bullard is running a rodeo out
in Texas, with Cowboy Arthur Liberatore
as foreman and Thomas Kane as instruc-
tor of dudes.
We hail a cab driven by Barney Cirioni,
who is working for the Speedy Taxi Ser-
vice run by Charles Mute. We whiz
past Irwin Dershowitz's Womenis Clothes
Shoppe, trading in dresses patterned by
Mary Casella. His coat hangers are made
by carpenter James Copithorne. Barney
relates to us that Gus Bartoli is chief
grave digger at the Happy Hunting
Grounds Cemetery, supervised by Arthur
Martins, who is trying to increase the
The cab stops in the business district of
our famous town and we step out and start
to walk the busy streets. Our eyes meet
with the name of one of our classmates,
f'Salak's Slick Window Service." We greet
this person only to find it is not J-ohn
Salak but Charles Sage, who is employed
by this big business man. We reach the
Luxurious Park and hear quite a loud
rumpus. We hurry nearer and see cop
Mario Sannicandro hitting a poor fellow
on the head while he is stretched out asleep
on the bench. Mario finally belts out a
good clout and Sleepy John J. Mahoney
rolls off the bench and wakens. After these
disturbances the crowd disperses and we
see, much to our amazement, none other
than Marion Lewis and Stanley Kittredge,
still in the courting stage, sit down on this
now unoccupied bench. Continuing our
walk we see a man perched on a soap box,
swinging his arms, trying to sell something.
Being interested, we approached this ora-
tor, to see Edward Gareeau trying to sell
to the public a bottle of body builder-
upper. Standing beside him is John White,
who we see is an example of what this
firewater is capable of doing. Our appetite
getting the better of us, we step into HThe
Better Duck Inn" restaurant. Going
through the door, we toss our gum towards
the gutter, where we observe street cleaner
Dominie Merloni, who is constantly on the
job. Proceeding through the doorway, we
are greeted by proprietor William F erriter,
who beckons head waitress Margareta
Peterson to show us to our table. Our food
is ordered and as we look around we see
Theresa Pev.ieri's head bob back and forth
by the hole in the kitchen door. At the end
of our table is a nickelodiong in it we
place a lead nickel, and the romantic voice
of our f'Sun-kist" Phyllis Walsh reaches
our ears. Through her courteous coopera-
tion, we hear a new ballad entitled "VVhen
the Humming Bird Returns to Framing-
ham," composed and sung by Mary
Young. Our food, which finally is served,
is known as the 'fDucky Wucky Specialf'
nothing but roast chicken created by Dan
After our bite we leave this place of
Fresher Finer Foods to see a large win-
dow, across which is painted in gaudy let-
ters, 4fHow to Stay a Bachelorf' Now fully
interested, we walk in, to be greeted by
none other than Robert Clinton, who em-
ploys as his ace bachelors Joe Fedolh, Ea'-
ward F. Parker, and Arthur Perham, who
has divorced Eilene Sullivan. The shock
being too much for us, we hastily leave
and are about to enter a long, shiny black
car when John Saunders hops from the
driver's seat and informs us that the car
is owned by wealthy cigar maker Saul
Lodgen, who makes the familiar "El Cab-
bego" cigars. Unable to find any vacant
taxis, we start to walk and are attracted
by a new skyscraper being created by
Joseph Nieoli's Construction Company.
Balancing on one of the girders, Joseph
Bertolino is trying to eat his lunch with
one hand, catch rivets with the other, and
hang on when he has time. Tufanio
Taralli is on the ground, heating and
throwing the rivets to Joe, at the same time
dodging wheelbarrows pushed by Roy Gil-
more, Charles Babuka, and Richard De-
lage. John Speer offers us a drink from the
water pail which he carries around trying
to make an honest living. Having trouble
with the machinery, Nicoli sends his right-
hand man, William Tomkinson, over for
new parts to Jimmy Phipps' junk yard,
and orders his left-hand man, George
Sydow fwho recently tried to start a race
track at Dennison Dump, but failed, due
to the trouble from the dump ratsj, to dis-
mantle the broken machinery. Leaving
this scene we are intent on seeing the resi-
dential and farming districts of Framing-
ham. Before we leave the town we stop
at Ronald Neitz's Donut Shop and are
waited on by Louise Tosti, as Neitz and
Pafriek C eeearini are busy making pastry
behind the big glass window front, so busy
they don't see-us. Coming through the
door we see that Bernard Featherstone is
still walking the streets selling papers.
Being old friends, we buy a paper, hand
him a nickel, and say, ffKeep the changef'
As we walk along the sidewalk, we see
Aleide Belloli sitting in a car and we hurry
over to greet him. Finally after a weary-
ing conversation he asks to take us for a
ride. All agreeing, we pile in, only to get a
flat. Since none of us wants to get dirty,
we use another lead nickel to call up Ray
Gent.ili's Master Service Station. With a
few seconds left to sip a soda, we advance
towards the Crown, which is still the hang-
out. There we order a soda from Walter
Bowen, who is employed by this establish-
ment. When we ask if he knows about the
rest of our beloved class, he starts to relate
what he knows. Alden Lord has finally
purchased the Abner Wheeler House after
slaving for twenty years as the dish
washer. He has hired Rose Messana and
Levern Whitman as glass and pot washers
respectively. Emma Zonak and Louise'
Barani walk in and inform us of their new
establishment, 'tYe Old Date Shoppef'
Returning to the car, we see Albert
Grover under the car and Severino Gran-
doni on the running board, instructing
Grover on how to dismount a tire. So,
after more minutes of tiresome waiting we
start on our ride. We ride down the Ave-
nue and see Frank Wood going around the
Union Avenue track trying to break Fur-
bish's mile on a scooter. Proceeding to-
wards Sax, we see Francis M cCann run-
ning a prosperous "Soy Bean" farm for
Henry Ford, and Richard Avery and
Henry Bersanini as his ace weeders. Con-
tinuing along the road, we see John Ford
and Hugh Hunter chugging along in a
Model-T Ford. Vin Kelly, who is running
along the road, tells us that these two
gentlemen are trying their hardest to bring
the Model-T back into its own again. The
next farm we come to is painted a bright
red and looks inviting, so our driver turns
in. Out in the field are Marjorie Wheet
and Edith Tullio, digging in a worn-out
potato patch. Getting out from the car,
we start to enter the cowbarn and are
almost knocked over by Henry Hickson,
who is carrying milk. But, alas, we see
our own Don Kinsman, who has always
wanted to be a farmer, finally achieve his
life's ambition. He is busy pitching hay
into a wagon driven by Robert Jackson.
Seeing and smelling enough of the barn-
yard, we again enter our car to continue
our ride through the suburbs of our town.
Remembering our paper, we start to read,
and notice a picture of Audrey Hofmann
on a golf course, hacking at the ball, try-
ing to keep her score below 150. Marjorie
Willard is seen walking the back roads arm
in arm with a retired sailor boy who is
quite new to us. We stop and ask her for
directions to Sherborn Village, but she
fails to introduce us to the sailor. Arriving
in Sherborn, we are glad to hear that Julian
Empey, who is running a turkey farm, has
finally become mayor. He tells us of
Frances Doyle, who has refused offer after
offer of marriage, for she prefers to remain
a spinster and live on the income brought
in by selling eggs.
When we reached the golf course we
found that groundkeeper Charles Davis
had just completed rolling the courts. The
United States Tennis Champion, Lena
Belloli, strolled into view with her per-
sonal secretaries, Mildred Casey and Rita
Collins. Gym teachers Harriet Blandin
and June Lynch were on hand to cheer
Lena, as were United States Senator
Charles Alexander, with his bodyguard
John Good, lawyer Richard Karb, and
radio singers, Dorothy Gittleson and Doris
Cotter. Photographer Leland Gray, Jr.,
snapped a few shots of Miss Belloli and
some of the other notables and then
hustled off. Robert Orchard and his as-
sistant, Francis Mathieu, were present
with their ambulance and ever active
nurses, Ruth Willard, Helen Hoban and
Returning from the match, we refueled
at Molly Angier's husband joe's Filling
Station, where attendant John Corley
washed our window and his helper Ernest
Dow shined the boys' shoes.
Salesman Francis F errick, who was sell-
ing newspapers, brought to our attention
several articles written by Virginia Gahm.
It is rumored that she develops her exten-
sive vocabulary with the assistance of
head librarian Constance Durkee and her
assistant Barbara Clark. Her feature arti-
cle presented Theodore Hawkins, the mod-
ern HBabe" Ruth, whom owner Arthur
Cunningham had just sold to the "Nobscot
Indiansn for four wheatie box tops and
Catcher Alfred Antul. Manager John Man-
gini was highly elated over this purchase
and hoped to put out a pennant winner
this season. However, Boyd MaeKinnon's
"Waverley Boys" are still in the race.
An advertisement in the paper has Pro-
roller skater Alive Urban skating to the
music of Hsatchel mouth" Ralph Tognaeei
and his harmonica player Willis Wood.
According to our well-informed news-
paper, "Rigoletto" is the present opera
playing in Framingham, with vocalists
Corinne Mrlllanus and Daniel Sullivan in
the leading roles. Dora Zanella has en-
tered a full page ad for her dress shop,
where Eda Moseatelli, Virginia Garry, and
Florenre Hedburg are employed as sales-
girls, and where Virginia Galvani, Sarah
Gennario, and Helen LePore model the
outstanding creationsg Marie Jordan and
Helen Winch also work here as yarn
winders. Dick "Gluefoot" Walsh, profes-
sional ice skater, is already booked for the
Ice-Wipers of 1961-62, and with his shoe-
lacer, Gabriel Lamagna, and his private
secretary, Pauline Roeheford, is reported
to be in Framingham at Peter Sene-
eal's ultra modern hotel, where Joseph
"O'Toole" O'Malley, the desk clerk, can
be found either sleeping on the job or sur-
rounded by a bevy of gorgeous patronesses.
Here also is Walter Munger, engineer of
the dish washing machine, who obeys
orders given by chief cook and bottle
washer Florence Lapina. ffPete" has
James Ward, the noted lawyer, handle all
his suits and makes sure that James Luby
is the presiding judge in each case. Viola
Jubinville, Rita Ottaviani, June Petheriek,
and Rosemary Giallombardi are the wait-
resses, under the supervision of hostess
Corinne Wilbur, and report each morning
to timekeeper, Sylvia Whitman. As an
added attraction, the hotel boasts of a
fine hairdressing shop run by the noted
hair stylist Helen Buianowski. She is
aided by Margaret Haggerty, Marie Mail-
hoit, and Angela Lapenta, with "Linda"
Powers as manicurist and Jennie Costanza
as Helen's private secretary. Sophie
Olszewslei has recently been appointed
switchboard operator, succeeding Ruth
McGraw, who left on her honeymoon.
Joseph Ferro, chief dairyman of Wau-
shakum, has bought all the old straw hats
in town and is feeding them to his cattle.
Audrey Callahan, his secretary, is busy
milking the cows, aided by Mary Jennings
and Ruth Johnson. Cattle inspector Nancy
Gavin had previously tested the bovines.
In the paper there is a picture of Mary
Adams, President of the Framingham Kin-
dergarten, who it is announced by her
private secretary, Yvette Mailhoit, is plan-
ning a recital to be given by all the lads
and lassies in her midst. Livia Dellasanta,
well-known lyric writer, is to pen words
for the music, which was composed by
Frances Speranza, and Muriel Pleshaw
and Norma Nobilini are to design the cos-
tumes for these future artists. Added to
this announcement is a report made by
school nurses Marion MeGaughey and
Annette Thibault, stating that the rate of
absences in the Kindergarten has de-
The boys having had their shoes shined,
fContinued on page 16D
l. Eileen Sullivan.
2. P. Rocheford, M. Tay-
3. A. Antonio, S. Kit-
tredge, R. Walsh, F.
4. Jean Harper.
5. Eva Correia.
6. Lydia Mercorelli.
7. M. Pleshaw, B. Two-
mey, G. Gorman.
8. Chester Hughes.
9. Rita Collins.
10. Corinne Wilbur.
11. D. Sullivan, F.
12. S. Olszewski.
13. Marie Jordan.
14. Joe Liberatori, Hank
Salak, Capt. Walsh.
15. Helen and Mildred
16. S. Whittemore.
Grade 5. Lincoln
Grade 6, Roosevelt
M. Jesseman's birth
if 2? ,
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fContinued from page 141
we were on our way again. In order to get
to our destination, we had to go through a
newly erected park, named f'L0vers' Para-
dise," which had been planned by archi-
tects Jaarz Lynrh and Dana IlIrD0nald.
When We were halfway through the park
we spied Palma Jllarrhetti and Anita
Zllisalsky, holding tightly the arms of a
couple of handsome marines, who were
making no effort to escape. A little farther
on we saw Mary McLaughlin, famous
lovelorn columnist for one of our leading
magazines, in deep thought, while beside
her sat her private secretary, Margaret
Bourhard, rapidly writing at Mae's dicta-
After leaving the park, we agreed that
we had done a good job at "snooping" into
the affairs of our former fellow classmates,
so we voted unanimously on the motion
that we each go home and go to bed. joe
and Don took Margie and me to my house,
as she was spending the week-end with me,
and then they bade us Mau revoir" and left.
It is very probable that we all dreamed
similarly that night. Thus ended our sur-
vey of that supercolossal, magnificent,
stupendous, philanthropic, magnanimous
class of 1941-may it exist forever!
By Donald Kinsman, '41, Marjorie
Willard, '41, joseph Ferro, '41, Irene
iiii iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii C W 1 iiiiiiii iiiiii
To all those who were taken in by the
Philomath sales talk managers or by the
We, the largest and most glorious class
ever to be tutored by the F. H. S. profes-
sors and teachers, hereby make public our
last will and testament.
Premier: We give to our grand and
wonderful school lunchroom tables so
large that there will be no eating of ham
sandwiches by mistake, when you know
definitely that you had a hamburger in
your hand the minute before.
Dcuxiemc: To the high school, we leave
a gym large enough so that Mr. Jones'
classes won't have to make every move
simultaneously so that all of them can
exercise at once.
Troisiemc: We give to Miss Squires a
phonograph record that says all during
the year, "Please be quiet," and at the end
of the year says, "Donlt let me see those
pictures after the bell rings if you want to
see them againf'
Quatrieme: To Mr. Cassidy, we give
assurance that one of our gangster mem-
bers will Uknock off" some teacher during
the summer so that he may become a
Cinquieme: To Mr. Magoon we leave a
two-way telephone system to assure him
that all broadcasts have been received and
that repeating will be unnecessary.
Sixieme: We unanimously bequeath to
the juniors and 'fhalf-pintll sophomores,
who will be experiencing the wonderful
feeling of graduation in a year or two, all
our worn-out facilities and faculties, plus
our knack of getting around teachers, our
way of getting time slips in without mak-
ing up full time and last, but not least, our
Saptiemv: For the benefit of the juniors
and sophomores tto keep them company
for a year or twol we leave behind a very
few unfortunates who have not success-
fully completed their high school course.
Huitiemr: To Mr. Lundberg, we leave
enough copies of Emily Post to be passed
out to his pupils who do things wrong,
thus relieving him of repeating "If Emily
Post approves of it, it's okay with me.'l
Ncuvieme: To Mr. Riordan, we give a
competent executive committee for the
Boosters, Club, to boost the boosters.
One: I, Gus "Warm-upi' Bartoli, be-
queath my talent as a football player and
my position as special confidant of Coach
Daniels to Richard Lawson, with the hope
that he will be as thrilled as I was at the
call of battle.
Two: I, t'Beautiful Dreamer" Coyne,
leave my dozing ability and a pillow for
comfort's sake to Captain Ujughaidll
Chiudioni for extra relaxation in school.
Three: I, 'tDownwind Jaxonl' Clinton,
leave to that up and coming junior Eddie
Schell my code book of "De-Icersll and
hope that he can please them all.
Four: I, 'tMow-'Em-Downw Fedolfi,
leave my technique as a Hbouncern to
'tBoxcari' McKeown III, to be used on any
Five: I, "Not-Over-Fifty-Club" Muto,
leave my driving ability par excellence, to
any junior or sophomore able to outdis-
tance the law.
Six: I, Pauline 4'Sweet-Fifteen" Roche-
ford, leave to Barbara 'fOomph,' Hill my
acting ability for use in next year's senior
Seven: I, "Queen-of-the-Debs" Gor-
man, leave that '4Never-to-be-Forgotten"
personality to my sister Barbara, "Debbie
II,l' for all-around use.
Eight: I, Nancy Gavin, leave my cook-
ing and prize winning abilities to Barbara
'tStepin-Fetchit" Harrington for use in thc
rudiments of home budgeting.
Nine: We, joan and june 'tAren't We
Cute" Lynch, leave our dual personalities
and athletic abilities to Nancy and Janice
Ten: We, Charlie '4Snowshoes'l Sage
and Dan K'Waltz-Me-Around-Again" Sulli-
van, leave our speed and deftness to
George Mooney and Eligio Ferazzi.
Eleven: I, Phyllis "Gee-Ain't-He-Hand-
somew Murphy, leave my ability as a co-
quette to Norma 4'Hya-judge" Smith, in
hopes that she can attain the success that
I have had in high school.
Drawn up on this beautiful day, very
few more of which we will spend in high
school, I hope, I hope, I hope, the first day
of May in the year of Our Lord, one thou-
sand, nine hundred and forty-one by
tSignedj Class of 1941.
Barney Cirioni, Captain of Football,
Dick Walsh, Captain of Hockey,
Bud jackson, Captain of Baseball,
Mac McCann, Captain of Track,
Bob Clinton, Captain of all Spanish
God save the Commonwealth of Massa-
chusetts from the class of 1941.
51' - 'rf-'G'
Elm of 7947
MISS EMILY HHLL
CHARLI2s J. ALEXANDER T,-RESA D. MASQ-HI
Intramural Basketball, 2, 4, Track, 2, Dance Club,
2, 4, Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Home Room Director, 2,
Band, 2, Prom. Patrol Committee, 3, Prom Decorating
Committee, 3, Public Speaking Club, 3, Student Coun-
cil, 3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Camera Club Vice-President, 4,
Carnival Minstrel Show, 4, Football Dance Commit-
tees, 4, Sophomore Dance Committee, 4, Quiz Team,
4, Class President, 4, Chairman, Student Association
Drive, 4, Senior Play Usher, Construction Committee,
4, Delegate to Reading, Saugus and Wellesley Student
Council Conventions, 4, Co-Chairman Poster Commit-
tee, Concert, 4, Ticket Committee, Carnival, 4, S111-
denf Crier, 2, Patrol, junior Prom, 3, Carnival Auc-
Charlie is our President
And the leader of the class,
For he's a politician,
And hard to surpass.
MARAJCJRIIQ FRANCES WILLARD
Dramatic Club, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Nominating Com-
mittee, jr. Prom, 3, Decorating Committee, Football
Dance, 3, Student Council, 4, Sub-Deb Club, Pres., 4,
Decorating Committee, Senior-Soph Dance, 4, Class
Secretary, 4, Patrol Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4,
Hospitality Committee, 4, Class Prophet, 4, Dance
Club, 2-3, Graduation Usher, 3, Co-Chairman Re-
freshment Committee, 4, Senior Play Selection Com-
mittee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Margie is the secretary of this great and glorious class,
She has many, many friends who'll never forget this
Basketball, 2-3, Marshal, 2-3-4, First Lieut., 4,
Dance Club, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, Sec.-Treas., 2, Stu-
dent Council, 3-4, Delegate to Student Council Con-
ventions, 3-4, Plailomafly, 3-4, Boosters' Club, 3, Co-
Chairman Decorating Committee, Football Dance, 3,
Class Vice-President. 3-4, Co-Chairman Refreshment
Committee, Spring Dance, 3, Soph.-Reporting Com-
mittee, 3, Head Usher, jr. Prom, 3, Usher, Gradua-
tion, 3, General Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Graduation
Nominating Committee, 3, Italian Club, Vice-Pres., 4,
Parliamentary Law Club, 4, Senior Class Picture Com-
mittee, 4, Decorating Committee, Football Dance, 4,
Chairman junior Elections, 4, Quiz Team, 4, Senior
Play Selection Committee, 4, Concert Committee, 4,
Favors Committee, Carnival, 4, D. A. R. Good Pil-
grim, 4, june Plyilomafb, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play,
4, Toast, Banquet, 4, Highest Scholastic Honors,
Honors for Outstanding Leadership and Service.
Teresa's sweet, Teresa's charming,
The effect on the boys IS most alarming.
DANIEL WILLIAM SULLIVAN
Football, 2-3-4, Track, 2-4, Hockey, 2-3-4, Home
Room Director, 2-3, Boosters' Club, 3, Boys' College
Club, 3, Class Treasurer, 2-3-4, Decorating Commit-
tee, jr. Prom, 3, Handbook Committee, 3, Marshal,
3-4, Student Council, 4, Flying Club, Pres., 4, Chair-
man Red Cross Drive, 4, Decorating Committee, Foot-
ball Dance, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4, Toast, Class
Banquet, 4, Picture Committee, 4.
Blue Sunoco is Danny's pass
To the heart of many a lass.
ELAINE HARRlliT ABBOTT
Girls' College Club, 2-3-4, junior Election Com-
mittee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
College Club, 2, Dance Club, 2-5 Graduation Dec-
orating Committee, 3, Sub-Deb. Club, 4, Student Crier
Advertising Staff, 4, Carnival Decorations, 4, Christ-
mas Boxes, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4, Graduation
Merle, Merle, pretty as a pearl-
A prominent member in the social whirl.
Christmas Boxes, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Ugo hasn't any curls,
But he sure does get the girls.
MARY ELIZABETH ADAMS
Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Lost and Found Committee,
4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4, Graduation Usher, 3.
The tall and short of iti-
Mary and Marcia both very gay,
One likes to knit, one likes to play.
Ping Pong, 2, Student Crier Advertising Staff, 2-5,
District Manager, 4, Dance Club, 5, Italian Club, 4.
Claire-'s cute and Claire's jolly,
Claire's full of fun and folly.
Claire's got just what it takes,
We know that Claire will get the breaks.
WILLIAM THOMAS ALMEDA fBrazilitm Billy
Now Bill is a boy that all of us know,
He came from Brazil not long ago,
He's a peach ofa guy about six feet tall,
But he doesn't like the girls at all.
Ablino's mottoftrue as true:
Never speak 'til you're spoken to.
MARTHA DAVIS ANGIER fM0llyj
Camera Club, 2, Marshal, 2, 4, Chemistry Club
Secretary, 3, Home Room Director, 3, Student Cfier
Advertising Staff, 4, Public Speaking Club, 4, Boost-
ers' Club, 4, Carnival Minstrel Show, 4, Quiz Team,
4, Banquet Committee, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4.
Molly's got a beau-
Molly's got her joe.
As soon as she leaves college,
To Niagara they will go.
JUNE EILEEN ARNOLD
Boosters' Club, 2, 43 Prom Refreshment Committee
and Usher, 33 Dramatic Club, 4g Carnival Bowling, 4g
Red Cross Committee, 43 Christmas Boxes, 43 Banquet
Committee, 43 Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 43 Dec-
orating and Refreshment Committees, Football Dance,
43 Honor Tenth.
It's time for the army to take a back seat-for were
in the navy now!
ALFRED PETER ANTUL
Model Airplane Club, 2-3-43 Christmas Boxes, 33
Model Airplane Exhibit and Dart Committee, Carni-
Alfred is a brawny lad,
Theres nothing will make him mad.
He's an outdoor man whose pride and skill
Is in shooting the rapid or making the kill.
DOROTHY RUTH ATWELL
Sub-Deb Club, 3-43 Dance Club, 3.
Dottie sure is one rufell girl,
And of her, we think the world.
She's nice to all, and never fails
To help one out o'er diflicult trails.
RAYMOND CUMMINGS AVERY
Christmas Boxes, 23 Lost and Found Committee, 2'
Tennis, 344g Chemistry Club, 33 Football Dance Com:
mittee, 33 Prom. Patrol Committee, 3g Flying Club, 4'
Usher, Senior Play, 4.
Now he's hereinow he's tl1ere3
Bell's the one who gets in his hair.
RICHARD WARREN AVERY
Tennis, 23 Christmas Boxes, 3-43 Patrol Committee,
3, Intramural Basketball, 43 Marshal, 43 Flying Club,
43 Dart Committee, Carnival, 43 Usher, Senior Play, 4.
The Carnival Committee,
We all could see,
XVould never have been what it should be
Withcmut our Mr. Avery.
ROLAND MAXFIIELD AVERY, JR. fBI1C'k,
Hockey, 2, Manager, 3-43 Camera Club, 23 Chemis-
try Club, 33 Football Dance Committee, 33 Christmas
Boxes, 3-43 Prom. Ticket Committee, 33 Dramatic
Club, 4, Technician, Senior Play, 43 Honor Tenth.
If "Buck" would only see to it that his "line" cir-
culated in more directions, a lot of us girls would be
Christmas Boxes, 3.
Charlie is tall,
Charlie is neat3
A boy with such a background
Can't be beat.
LOUISE MARIE BARANI QL0uj
First Aid, 33 Italian Club, 43 Christmas Boxes, 4.
Tl1ey'd walk a mile
To see Louise smile.
THE PHILOMHTH ---5423
Auousrus A. BARTOLI QG1z.rj
Football, 2-3-43 Marshal, 2-3-43 Camera Club, 2-3
Flying Club, 43 Football Dance Committee, 43 Enter
tainer, Senior-Sophomore Dance, 43 Picture Commit
tee, 43 Graduation Committee Chairman, 43 Techni
cian, Senior Play, 43 Decorating Committee, Prom, 3 ,ps
Student Council, 33 Chairman, Carnival Minstrel 445
Show, 43 Intramural Basketball, 3-4.
Gus Fixes cars in all types of weather, ,
But the Lord only knows how he puts them together.
Camera Club, Treas., 43 Sfudenl Crier Staff, 43 ,Iune
Philomarb, 43 Construction Committee, Carnival, 4.
"Frannie" is from 228,
And for home room is never lillffl
But when it comes time to keep a date, .
Gloria always has to wait.
BEATRICE EUZABETH BEATRICE fBeflyj
Sllzdenl Crier Typist, 4.
Betty lives on Beaver Street-
Betty's quite a galg
Everyone that Betty meets
Is sure to be her pal.
MARGLYERITE DOROTHY BE1-IAN
Sub-Deb Club, 43 Patrol Committee Football Dance,
43 Carnival, 43 Usher at Football Dance, 4.
Margie is quiet3
Margie is shyg -
Is the sailor boy --
The reason why?
DAVID WALTER BELL fDfzz'e, Ding-Dozzgj
Football, 2-3-43 Track, 3-43 Patrol Committee for
jr. Prom, 33 Senior Dramatic Club, 43 Intramural
Basketball, 43 Patrol Committee Senior-Soph Dance, 43
Patrol Committee Football Dance, 4.
Dave's a very likable lad,
Always cheerful, never sad.
MURIEL A. BELL
Basketball, 2, 43 Volley Ball, 2-3-43 Christmas
Boxes, 43 Honor Tenth.
Miss Bell, a newcomer to our class-
No sweeter a girl, or ever a lass3 Cask Dexj.
She brings great joy and throughout the year,
She brings cheeriness to whomever she's near.
Marshal, 23 Football, 3-43 Camera Club, 4.
One advantage of being an usher-he'll never miss
a dish night.
LENA ADELE BELLOLI fLeej
Italian Club, 23 Home Room Director, 2-33 Tennis,
2-3-43 Basketball, 33 Softball, 33 Sub-Deb Club, Sec.,
33 Usher for Graduation, 33 Student Council, 4g Mar-
shal, 43 Red Cross Club, 43 Badminton Club, 4g Ban-
quet Committee Chairman, 43 Senior Nominating
Committee, 43 Picture Committee, 43 Chairman,
Handbook Committee, 4g Quiz Team, 4.
Leading contender for a national tennis champion-
ship-and Alice Marble's first bit of real competition,
24l3eQ-- THE PHILOMHTH
' 'e Wet JOSEPHINIS MARIE BENGIOVANNI fTi11yj
Dramatic Club, 23 Advertising Committee for Car-
Tiny isn't very tall,
In fact, she is quite little,
But when whizzing by on roller skates,
These things are all belittled.
Elm-:EN VtRc,1N1A BEMIS fLeej
Dramatic Club, 23 Dance Club, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 35
Decorating Committee Graduation, 5.
Eileen had a boy friend,
But she let him go,
Now all the boys are glad
And try to be her beau.
HENRY BFRSANINI fDreekrj
Henry is quiet,
Henry is nice.
I-lenry's the guy,
We keep on ice.
AURELIO JOSEPH BERTOLINO
Aurelio was very shy,
When he looked at a girl, he thought he'd die,
But now he's changed his point of view,
And is always looking for someone new.
HARRIET E. BLANDIN fTedj
Basketball, 2-5-4, Cap., 4, Girls' Official Club, 23
Pong Club, -lg Bowling Committee for Carnival, 43
Lost and Found Committee, 4, Senior-junior Athletic
Committee, 43 June Plailomtzlb. 43 Christmas Boxes, 4.
An all around athlete surely is Ted,
But when she blushes does her face get red.
FLORENCE ESTHER BILLINGS QFIUQ
Ping-Pong Club, 2.
A sweet person whom you'd like to know,
Is our friendly, charming, lovable Flo.
MARY MARLJARET BOUCHARD fPeggyj
Christmas Boxes, 4.
A ready smile, a witty remark,
A personality hard to beat,
That is why the boys all park
Up on Danforth Street!
WALTIER DENNIS BOWIEN fllvally, B0.Boj
Football, 2, si, Student, Council, 2, -lg Marshal, 5-4,
Public Speaking Club, Sec., 5, Dance Club, 3, Track,
ig Grand March Committee Prom, 5, Senior Dramatic
Club, Treas., -lg Patrol Committee Football Dance, -lg
lintertaimnent Committee Senior-Soph Dance, -4,
Usher, Senior Play, -lg Minstrel Show, Carnival, -1.
The "Nelson Eddy" of Framingham High School.
Dance Club, 2-3, Field Hockey, 5--lg Softball, 3, Ping-
MARCELLA FRANCES BRENNAN ffllaruyj
Dance Club, 2-3-4, Sub-Deb Club, 5-4, Usher Foot-
ball Dance, 5, Ticket Committee jr. Prom, 3, Usher
Graduation, 3, Marshal, 4, Decorating Committee
Football Dance, 4, Usher Senior-Soph. Dance, 4,
Class Gift Committee, 4, Usher, Prom, 3, Christmas
The boys never stop to debate
The question of asking Marny for a date.
MALCOLM VAUGHN BRENNER
Hockey, 4, Public Speaking Club, 4, Publicity Com-
mittee, Senior Play, 4.
Malcolm's hair is long and wavy,
It's seldom been cut since he was a baby.
RITA MARGARET BRILLHART
Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Student Association Drive, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
Tall, blonde Rita,
With her lovely page-boy bob,
Should without the slightest trouble
Get a secretarial job.
ARMIDA CORINNE BRIZZOLESI Qfvlidaj
Italian Club, 2, 4, Sec., 4, Travel Club, 5, Sizrduzf
Crier Typist, 4.
Armida likes a boy named joe,
And in his "Chevie" just watch them go.
LUCY B. BRUNETTA fL0z1j
Italian Club, 2, Library Service Club, 4, Smdefzf
Crier Typist, 4, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Lucy is a pal everyone should know,
She works so late on Saturday, though,
She'd like a ride home on a bike, perhaps,
So come on, fellows-get out your maps.
HELEN MARY BULANOWSKI
Softball, 2, Basketball, 2, Italian Club, 3, Sub-Deb
Club, 4, Simian! Crier Typist, 4, Senior-Soph. Dance
Helen blushes very nicely,
When she's mortified,
Helen will do very nicely,
As a blushing bride.
MURIEL BULLARD fWilZy, Texfzrj
Although you came to us so late,
We congratulate you for your good rate.
IRENE VERONICA BUIANOWSKI fBlomiie, Reezziej
Home Room Director, 2, Marshal Exec. Committee,
4, ,Sub-Deb, 4, Co-Chairman Decorating Committee
for Carnival, 4, Red Cross Club, 4, Chairman, Deco-
rating Committee for Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Chair-
man, Decorating Committee Football Dance, 4, Dance
Club, 4, Class Prophet, 4, Senior Nominating Com-
mittee, 4, Chairman, Decorating Committee, Prom, 5,
Marshal, 2-3-4, Booster, 4.
She has pep and popularity,
Her personality is line-
And when it comes to winning,
Irene will sprely shine.
AUDREY CLAIRE CALLAHAN fDz1ckj
Marshal, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3-4, Dance Club, 2,
Softball, 2-3, Home Room Director, 3, Field Hockey,
3-4, Decorating Committee for jr. Prom, 3, Student
Council, 4, Badminton Club, 4, Chairman of Refresh-
ment Committee, Football Dance, 4, Decorating Com-
mittee for Carnival, 4, Decorating Committee Football
Dance, 4, Senior-junior Athletic Committee, 4, Christ-
mas Boxes, 3-4.
A charming little waitress,
A perfect sport as well,
She can do most anything,
As all her friends will tell.
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Rose is sweet,
Rose is neat,
But without jiggs
Life's not complete.
ROBERT PETER CAPSTICK fCappyj
Model Airplane, Sec., 2, Current Events Club, 3.
Cappy plans with all his might
To sell that stuff called anthracite.
EVA CARREIA fEz'ej
Szudent Crier Typist, 4, Ping-Pong Club, 4.
This is our Eva.
MARY JOAN CASELLA
Home Room Director, 2, Pbilovzatlo Board, 2,
Field Hockey, 3-4, Basketball, 3, Student Crier Typist,
3, Dramatic Club, 3-4, Badminton Club, 3-4, Deco-
rating Committee for Graduation, 3, Handbook Com-
mittee, 4, Refreshment Committee Football Dance, 4,
Refreshment Committee Soph.-Senior Dance, 4, Red
Cross Service Club, 4, Honor Tenth.
Mary may talk a lot-but she always knows what
she's talking about.
CLIFFORD STANLEY CARTER fCli,ffj
Marshal, 2, 4, Chemistry, 4, Senior Nominating
Committee, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Publicity Com-
mittee, Senior Play, 4, Honor Tenth.
Dear Mom stop cannot understand how such a
quiet lad as I have so many hours to make up stop
your loving son,
EUGENE A. CAVATORTA fGezzoj
Football Mgr., 2, Current Events Club, 3, Assistant
Chairman, Patrol Committee, Prom, 3, Student Asso-
ciation Drive, 4, Decorating Committee for Football
Dance, 4, Advertising Committee for Siudent Crier,
4, Patrol Committee for Senior-Soph., 4, Carnival
Entertainment Committee, 4.
Eugene is a race horse rider fair,
Wlio sees that his horse at least is there.
MILDRED LOUISE CASEY QMII, Redj
Dramatic Club, 2-3, Basketball, 2, Sllldelll Crier
Board 2, Field Hockey, 3, Badminton Club, 4.
"Postal Telegraph, Number, Please,"
Says Mildred, as she sits at ease,
One of our very eflicient business girls
ls Mildred, she of the red curls.
PATRICK PAUL CECCARINI QPQI, Chiclej
Italian Club, 4.
Pat is a very studious boy,
And from his books he gets much joy.
DANIEL A. CELLA
Marshal, 3-4, Italian Club, 4.
Danny is the boy who in any class,
Will roll his eyes at every lass.
But, oh dear, these girls don't know,
That Danny is a gigolo.
ROBERT G. CHANDLER
Basketball, 3-4, Golf, 4, Chairman Quiz Commit-
tee for Carnival, 4.
Bob-fabout to toss a coinj
Tails-I shall-take out Justine."
DOROTHY FRANCES CELLA
Field Hockey, Z, 4, Italian Club, 2, Library Service
Club, 3, Marshal, 4, Senior Dramatic Club, 4, Boost-
ers' Club, 4, Handbook Committee, 4, Refreshment
Committee for Carnival, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4,
Advertising Committee, Carnival, 4, Christmas Boxes,
The only person in the world who could ever com-
pete with Tizzy Lish.
BENO CIRIONI fBawzeyj
Football, 2-3-4, Cap., 4, Basketball, 2-3, Boosters'
Club, 3-4, Treas., 3, Pres., 4, Marshal, 4, Advertising
Committee for Carnival, 4.
Barney was captain of the football team,
He is really quite a "big shot",
Although he tries to deny it,
He goes very steady with Dot.
BARBARA D. CLARK
Marshal, 2, 4, Refreshment Committee for Football
Dance, 3, Usher for jr. Prom, 3, Senior Play, 4, Col-
lege Club, Sec., 4, Patrol Committee for Football
Dance, 4, Carnival Committee, 4.
Barb can act,
Barb can tease,
But best of all
She likes to please.
ROBERT EDWARD CLARK QBz1dy
What has he got that gets the girls?
Why it must be his natural curls.
ROBERT JOSEPH CLINTON fHatchetj
Baseball, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2-3-4, Marshal, 2-3-4,
Student Council, 2, 4, Treas., 4, Boys' College Club,
3, Chairman, Ticket Committee jr. Prom, 3, Hand-
book Committee, 3, Boosters' Club, Exec. Committee,
4, Chairman Ticket Committee Football Dance, 4,
Chairman Ticket Committee Senior-Soph. Dance, 4,
Senior Play Selection Committee, 4, Chairman, Ticket
Committee, Senior Play, 4, Representative, Wellesley
Student Council Convention, 4, Intramural Basketball,
2-3-4, Football, 4.
Hatchet is handsome,
Hatchet is gay,
Maybe that's the reason
The girls go his way.
28139- THE PHILOMHTH
RITA MARIE COLLINS fCzn'ieJ
Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball, 2, Field Hockey, 3-4,
Marshal, 4, Badminton Club, 4, Bowling Committee
for Carnival, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, Lost and
Found Committee, 4, Usher at Graduation, 4, Senior
Nominating Committee, 4, Ticket Committee, Senior
Play, 4, Baseball, 3-4.
Rita is a natural-
Comedy is her line,
She can keep you laughing
Until the end of time.
JOI-IN T. COCKER
Sfzzdefzf Crier Board, 2, Track, 2-3-4, Chemistry
Club, Vice-Pres., 3, Decorating Committee for Foot-
ball Dance, 3, Marshal, 4, Senior Dramatic Club, 4,
Dance Club, 4, Senior Picture Committeee, 4, Dance
and Sound Committees, Carnival, 4, Home Room
Director, 3, Co-Chairman Senior Play Construction
Committee, 4, Ass't., Amplifying System, 3-4, Honor
"Betty be good. Betty not cry."
If there's a man with Betty,
Then Johnny's the guy.
WILLIAM J. COLONNA fBillJ
June Pbilonztzlb. 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Christmas
Boxes, 2, Usher, Senior-Sophomore Dance, 4.
The pupils like Bill because he is lots of fun.
The teachers like Bill because his work is always done.
PAUL FRANCIS COLUMBIA fC0lllllZbllJ',
Camera Club, 2-3, Student Council, 3, Slmiezzf
Crier Advertising Staff, 3-4, Pbilomazb Advertising
Staff, 4, Thanksgiving Program Committee, 3, Con-
struction Committee, Carnival, 4.
Photography is his hobby,
On that he can certainly lobby.
PATRICIA ROSE CONLON Qlrirla, P40
Basketball, 2, Badminton Club, 3, Picture Commit-
tee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Dramatic Club, 4.
A wink, a giggle,
A tittet, a laugh-
Pat's conversing with Empey
In English class.
JAMES W. COPITHORNE, JR.
Christmas Boxes, 4, Marshal, 2, Senior Play Prop-
erty Committee, 4.
With dazzling eyes and curly hair,
Jimmie with Connie is seen everywhere.
JENNIE THERESA COSTANZA
Italian Club, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Smdent Crier
Typist, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Jennie is tiny, Jennie is sweet,
And to top it all, she's very neat.
JOI-IN JOSEPH CORLEY, JR. fYo-Yoj
Home Room Director, 2, Baseball, 4, Christmas
Boxes, 4, Basketball, 4, Quiz Contest, 4, Carnival, 4.
Handsome Bud Corley is always happy and gay.
Lots of success is bound to come his way.
THE PHILOMHTH -...,5t29
THOMAs ANDREW COYNE I
Model Airplane Club, 2, Football Dance Commit- I
tee, 3, Patrol Committee for Jr. Prom, 3, Senior Play .
Stage Committee, 4, Camera Club, 4, Entertainment
Committee for Football Dance, 4, Construction Com-
mittee Carnival, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Tommy is quiet,
Seldom ever heard,
Especially in English, ,ca
Where he never says a word.
DORIS MARGUERITE COTTER fDOfD
Dramatic Club, 2, Boosters' Club, 3, Christmas
Boxes, 3-4. .
Her dark wavy hair, her flashing brown eyes-
'Tis "Duke" from Maynard that has this prize.
NELLIE THERESE CROATTI fNellj
Italian Club, 2-4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Dart Com-
mittee, Carnival, 4.
Nell is always in a whirl,
Because she is a popular girl.
STANLEY R. CRAWFORD
Model Airplane Club, 2-3-4, Sec.-Treas., 4, Air-
plane Exhibit, Carnival, 4.
Stan makes airplane models,
Which are very fleet,
And in this respect
He Can't be beat.
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Crump-ets and tea will turn the key
To Donald's heart. Hurry, girls, let's start!
ARTHUR G. CUNNINGHAM ffirfhiey
Dramatic Club, 2-5-4, Vice-Pres., 2-4, Pres., 53
Marshal, 2-3-4, Usher for jr. Prom, 5, Grand March
Committee, 5, Senior Play, 4, Senior Picture Commit
tee, 4, Senior Play Selection Committee, 4, Boosters
Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Banquet Social Committee, 4
Picture Committee, 4, Senior Nominating Commit
Archie is the women's joy,
Where they see him coming boy, oh boy!
VINCENT D,ANGELO Ufimzyj
Beware when Vinnie is playing golf.
DULCIE SMITH DADMUN
Girls' Official Club, 2, Girls' College Club, 3
Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Usher, Grad
Dulcie is a little girl
Who lives up Nobscot way,
And when it comes to English,
She knows just what to say.
3019:--Ae THE PHILOMHTH
CHARLES W. DAVIS
Football, 2-3-4, Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4.
Charley is a slow and sleepy sort of chap,
And in J. Bush's class he always takes a nap.
WALTER LEONARD DAUPHINEE QWal!yj
Camera Club, 4.
Hats off to Wally,
For he's very jolly.
EDWARD W. DELAGE
Ed has a bicycle,
He makes it go so fast-
But if he works it overtime
It surely will not last.
RICHARD ARMOND DELAGE
Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4.
Dick's always smiling,
Dick's always gay,
I-le's full of fun in every way.
RICHARD IRVING DEMILLE
Home Room Director, 3, Intramural Basketball, 3,
Marshal, 4, Co-Chairman Bowling Committee for
Carnival, 4, june Pbilanzatb, 4.
Dick has crinkly, curly hair,
Fancied by all the lasses fair,
But tarry a while, you languishing dames-
Wait till Dick acquires his fame.
LIVIA MARY DELLASANTA fLi1'i6,
Italian Club, 2, Chemistry Club, 4, Advertising
Board for Sfudefzl Crier. 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
She's loads of fun!
Her gaiety is as infectious as her grin.
KATHLEEN CECILIA DONNELLY fKa1!oy, Kay,
Home Room Director, 2, Badminton Club, 3, Mar-
shal, 4, Boosters' Club, 4, Flying Club, 4, june Philo-
zmzfb, 4, Graduation Usher, 3.
Kathy flies an airplane-
She does it very neatly,
When she makes a three-point landing,
Her instructor smiles so sweetly.
IRWIN ALAN DERSHOWITZ QDerrbj
Golf, 2-3-4, Capt., 4, Camera Club, 2, Marshal,
3-4, Public Speaking Club, 3, Senior Play, 4, Senior
Dramatic Club, 4, Senior-Soph. Dance Committee, 4,
june Pbilwmzlfa, 4, Carnival Ticket Committee, 4,
A great prospect, swirls! Remember what a grand
husband and father he was in the senior play?
JAMES J. DoRAN fCozj
He is very nice,
In every way3
All F. H. S.
Will miss him some day.
ERNEST F. Dow Glaeikj
Ping-Pong Club, 33 Hobby Club, 53 Christmas
Though Sheik says he's a night hawk,
Who loves to stay out late,
Most people know different-
He's been out on a date.
FRANCES NORMA DOYLE
Dramatic Club, 23 Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Here's a jolly little lass
Who'S important to our class.
ROBERT Dow fBob, Bzzdj
A quiet boy is Robert Dow,
But take him to a party,
And he will show you-and how!
Hockey, 23 Dramatic Club, 23 Girls' College Club,
3-43 Football Dance Committee, 33 Decorating Com-
mittee for jr. Prom, 33 Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4.
Connie and jimmy are seen all around together at
every big function in town.
GEORGE W. DRISCOLL fRedj
Construction Committee, Carnival, 4.
George knows all the answers
Right from A to Z3
We know that he will succeed
In whatever he tries to be.
HAZEL PATTERSON EATON
Field Hockey, 2-3-43 Student Council, 2-33 College
Club, 3-4, Sec., 3g Co-Chairman of Soph-Handbook
Committee, 33 Lost and Found Committee, 3g Deco-
rating Committee for Prom, 33 Marshal, 43 Szudenl
Crier Staff, 43 Senior Dramatic Club, 43 Refreshment
Committee for Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Decorating
Committee for Football Dance, 43 Play Selection Com-
mittee, 43 Senior Nominating Committee, 43 Proper-
ties, Senior Play, 43 Quiz Team, 43 Flower Committee,
Graduation, 33 Dramatic Club, 23 Booth, Carnival, 43
Christmas Boxes, 2-3-43 Student Council Convention
Delegate, 33 Highest Scholastic Honors.
Hazel fon Mondayj: That test was terr-rr-ible!
Hazel ion TuesdayJ: I know, I flunked that test!
Hazel Qon Wednesday, test returnedjz Whoopeel-
JUSTINE DEXTER DYER fjazziej
Dramatic Club, 23 Hockey, 2-3-43 Current Events
Club, Vice-Pres., 3g Marshal, 43 Student Crier Staff, 43
College Club, Sec., 43 Quiz Team, 43 College Club
Booth for Carnival, 43 Christmas Boxes, 2-3, Chair-
man, 43 Refreshment Committee, Usher, Prom, 33 Lost
and Found Committee, 2-33 Patrol Committees, Foot-
ball Dance, 2-3, Prom, 33 Senior-Sophomore Dance, 23
Census Committee, 43 Honor Tenth.
jazzie's the girl with no distraction
When Shelley's around as the main attraction.
32Jf+..- THE PHILOMHTH
MARJORIE L. ERICKSON
College Club, 4, Sub-Deb Club, Program Commit-
tee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, June Philomafb, 4, Honor
A writer of no mean renown,
Were sure that Margie will go to town.
JULIAN EMPEY fjzzdj
Football, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2-3, Marshal, 3, Senior-
Junior Athletic Committee, 4.
When Thursday night help sessions
Come 'round in 229,
It's safe enough to bet you'll find
Jud there every time.
CHARLES BERNARD FEATHERSTONE
Boosters' Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
Bernie thinks Helen is very cute,
Bernie thinks Helen is sweet.
From dawn to dusk he follows her route,
This beau of Cedar Street.
ROBERT JAMES FAIR
Baseball, 3-4, Home Room Director, 5, Marshal, 4,
Patrol Committee for Football Dance, 4, Refreshment
Committee for Football Dance, 4, Decorating Com-
mittee for Football Dance, 4, Senior Nominating Com-
Bob plays out in the daisies,
Always chasing flies,
He works the hardest of the nine,
So give him a cheer, you guys.
JOSEPH FEDOLFI, JR.
Home Room Director, 2, Basketball, 3-4, Senior
Dramatic Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Joe has English
Wl1e1'e he argues with Miss Squires
And hands her a line.
EDITH E. FEM1.-x Qlidiej
Boosters' Club, 3, Badminton Club, 4.
Always laughing in a study,
Edie" entertains most everybody.
' Erzlo FERRI
Christmas Boxes, 4.
I love to ride a Ferri fferryj boat.
IfRANc1s O. FERRICK
Christmas Boxes, 2, Patrol Committee Jr. Prom, 35
Dance Club, 2-3.
A department store man is our Ferrick. from which
he gets a decided kick Knot literallyj.
WILLIAM FERRITER QBIMEJ
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Buck is quiet when he's in school,
And he's never been known to break a rule,
But when outside, on the loose,
He certainly can raise the in
JOSEPH B. FERRO Qjoej
Marshall, 2-3-4, Football, 3-4, Chemistry Club, 4'
Boys' Gym Club, 4, Carnival, 4, Christmas Boxes
2-3-4, Class Prophet, 4.
Ah! there goes Joe, in his hand is a posie,
You can just bet it's going to Rosie.
JOHN JOSEPH FORD QFUI-dy, Model-TJ
Christmas Boxes, 2.
He's a Ford that does not run,
Needing no mechanical test,
With him we've had lots of fun.
To him our wishes for Success.
MARY E. FOLEY
Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Ping-Pong Club, 4.
Mary completes the party of three,
Who dance in Holliston frequently.
ROSE LOUISE FRAN-CHI
Field Hockey, 2-4, Camera Club, 2, Senior Dra-
matics, 4, Library Service Club, 4, Handbook Commit-
tee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3.
While Dottie speaks,
And dreams of vacation
ln a very few weeks.
RAYMOND CHARLES FURBUSH
Track, 2-3-4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
When Furbush Steps upon the track,
His opponents quietly step back.
Furb, they know, will win the race,
Sadly they concede first place.
VIRGINIA MARION GAHM fGinJ
Dramatic Club, 2-4, Boosters' Club, 3, Basketball
Mgr., 4, Field Hockey, 4, Studenl Crier Staff, 4, Bad-
minton Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Refreshment Com-
mittee Football Dance, 4, Chairman Bowling Com-
mittee Carnival, 4, Senior Play, 4, June Pbilomalb, 4,
Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 4, Advertising
Board, Student Crier, 4, Honor Tenth.
A foreign correspondent
Is what she'cl like to be,
But the answer to that question
Will depend upon Lee!
ROBERT JAMES GALLAGHER QGagJ
Chemistry Club, 4.
Happy-go-lucky-free as air-
Never a worry-never a care.
Model Airplane, 2, Intramural Basketball, 3-4'
EDWARD FRANCIS GARCEAU
Model Airplane Club. 23 Intramural Basketball, 4.
Mr. Bush's left-hand man.
VIRGINIA PAULINE GALVANI QGimziej
Italian Club, 2-43 Girls' Official Club, 23 Dance
Club, 33 Sub'Deb Club. 3-43 Sludefzl Crier Typist, 43
Usher for Graduation, 33 Banquet Social Committee,
43 Christmas Boxes, 4.
Pretty brown eyes
And a sweet disposition.
Any man's heart
Is her acquisition.
VIRGINIA KATHRYN GARRY Uizzij
Dramatic Club, 23 Christmas Boxes, Z3 Sub'Deb
Club, 43 june Pbilomatb, 43 Dance Club, 2.
jini is a pretty lass,
So friendly and so sweet.
jini is a true friend,
Whom no one can beat.
NANCY MARIE GAVIN
Girls' College Club, 43 Senior Dramatic Club, 43
Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4g Car-
nival, 43 Christmas Boxes, 43 Winner of the State
Servel Contest, 4.
For our school she won a prize,
For herself, she won it, too.
And so all through her life,
She'll keep doing the best she can do.
Dance Club, 4.
Sarah is jolly,
Sarah is sweet,
And in dancing
She can't be beat.
Flower Committee Graduation, 33 Marshal, 43
Senior Play, 43 Dance Club, 43 Publicity Committee
Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Quiz Team, 43 Entertainment
Committee Football Dance, 43 Publicity, Football
Dance, 43 Entertainment for Senior-Soph. Dance, 43
Szudenl Crier Staff, 3, Editor-in-Chief, 43 june Philo-
mtzzlz Editor-in-Chief, 43 Ticket Committee, Senior
Play, 43 Marshal, 3-43 Refreshment and Ticket Commit-
tees, Carnival, 43 Christmas Boxes, 43 Patrol, Foot-
ball Dance, 4.
jim's lament before each issue of the Slzzdenl Crier:
"Work, work, toil, and trouble,
Why on earth don't I have a double?"
Patrol Committee for Senior-Soph. Dance, 4.
I-le and a friend fsex unknownj
Are going to settle down on a little farm
On a lifetime basis.
Christmas Boxes, 43 Electrical Committee, Carni-
KENNETH LOUIS G1AcOMUzz1
Track, 2-3-4, Chemistry Club, 3, Basketball, 2-4,
Marshal, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Emblem Committee, 4,
Patrol Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Patrol Com-
mittee, Football Dance, 4, Quiz Committee, Carnival,
4, Banquet Social Committee, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4,
Gym Club, 4.
On the track team he's a whiz,
The highest honors are all his.
He has a humor all his Own,
And what a physique-all muscle and bone.
ANTOINETTE MARIE GIALLOMBARDO
Italian Club, 2-4, Patrol Committee, Football Dance,
4, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Ann's a joyful little lass,
With eyes of sparkling blue,
She always has a pleasant smile
That warms you through and through.
Dramatic Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 2-3.
Rosemary could never sleep a wink,
Because of the fellow from Boston she'd think.
DONALD HARDING Grrus
Track, 2-3-4, Boosters' Club, 3, Gym Club, 3.
Donald is a trackman-
A quiet lad in school is he,
But put him on the cinder path,
And how surprised yOu'll be.
Basketball, 2, Field Hockey, 2, Softball, 2, Ping-
Pong, 2, Dramatic Club, 4.
Dottie's very devoted
To one and no other,
But if you knew her as I do-
The one is her brother.
ROY CLAYTON GILMORE
Airplane Club, 2.
java Jive king with his sax.
JOHN H. GOOD
Camera Club, 2-3-4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
There's a lot in the name.
JAY RICHARD GORDON qjazyfie-Wayfiej
Marshal, 2-4, Plailomath Board, 2-3, Editor, 3, Slu-
dent Crier, 2-3-4, Business Manager, 3-4, Senior Play,
4, Decorating Committee for Graduation, 3, Senior
Dramatic Club, 4, General Chairman Christmas Box
Campaign, 4, Boosters' Club, 4, Publicity and Ticket
Committees, Carnival, 4.
In regard to the senior play,
Karloff's future is in doubt.
Did you see Gordon, Boris?
If you didn't vOu'd better watch out.
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GLORIA JANE 'GORMAN
Marshal, 2-4, Ping-Pong Club. 2, Dance Club, 2,
Basketball, 2, Home Room Director, 3, Sub-Deb Club,
3-4, Ticket Committee, Prom, 3, Usher Jr. Prom, 3,
Usher, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Decorating Committee,
Football Dance, 4, June Pbilomafb, 4, Decorating
Committee, Carnival, 4.
From the top of her head
To the tip of her toes,
She attracts much attention
Wherever she goes.
JAMES EDWARD GORMLEY fjim, Jimmyj
Baseball, 2-3-4, Football, 3-4, Basketball, 3-4,
Senior-Junior Athletic Committee, 4, Senior Nominat-
ing Committee, 4.
Jim is very able
At games of every sort.
He is known throughout out high school
As an A-one ranking sport.
LELAND E. GRAY, JR. fDz1deJ
Camera Club, Pres., 2, Public Speaking Club, 2-3-4,
Dance Club, 3-4, Decorating Committee Football
Dance, 3, Home Room Director, 3, Jr. Prom Commit-
tee, 3, Carnival, 4, Marshal, 4, Senior, Play, 4, Care
of Public Address, 3-4, Banquet Program Committee,
4, Advertising Staff, Pfailomaflo, 2-3, Christmas Boxes,
2-3-4, Honor Tenth.
Leland Gray is happy and oh, so very gay,
But who's the girl we see him with almost every day?
Christmas Boxes, 2, Baseball, 3, Honor Tenth.
Grandoni is a swell fellow and smart, the kind of
fellow with whom F. H. S. hates to part.
ALBERT H. GROVER, JR. QAI, Jmziorj
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Junior drives a Buick,
He drives it very fast.
He doesn't stop for red lights,
Because his foot is on the gas.
MARGUERITE FRANCES GRAY
T Sfudenz Crier Staff, 2-33,1-lobby Club, 2-3, Dance
Club, 2-3-4, Senior Dramatic Club, 4, Sludent Crier
Marge has personality,
Pep, vigor and vitality,
Combining this variety,
She'll stand high in society.
MARGARET ANN I-IAGGERTY fPegJ
Girls' Ping-Pong Club, 2, Girls' College Club, SQ
Sub-Deb Club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Red Cross, 4.
Big dimples and bright sparkling eyes,
Peg is the pride of Framingham High.
AoNEs MARY GUERRA ffiggiej
Italian Club, 2-4, Travel Club, 3, Student Crier
Agnes, the girl with the million dollar smile.
THE PHILOMHTH 7
RICHARD MAXWELL HARRINGTON
Camera Club, 2, Home Room Director, 2, Decorat-
ing Committee Graduation, 3, Hobby Club, 3, Dance
Club, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Student Coun-
cil, 4, Marshal, 4, Public Speaking Club, 4, Senior
Picture Committee, 4, Quiz Team, 4, Patrol Commit-
tee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Patrol Committee Foot-
ball Dance, 4, Decorating Committee Football Dance,
4, June Pbilwmzlb, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4.
What a sight to see Dick and Rite
Riding together, down the street.
JEANNE C. HARPER fBzzttermpj
Tennis, 3-4, College Club, 3-4, Vice-Pres., 3, Usher
Graduation, 3, Student Association Committee, 4,
Carnival Favor Committee, 4, Quiz Team, 4, Banquet
Program Committee, 4, Graduating Nominating Com-
mittee, 4, Property Committee, Senior Play, 4.
Bob, Fred, Archie, or Charlie,
Which one will it be?
Into her heart-which isn't small-
She gladly takes them one and all.
GLORIA ELIZABETH HARRIS
Student Crier Staff, 3-4, Dance Club, 3, Badmin-
ton Club, 3, Dramatic Club, 4.
If you should happen to hear her say,
"Has any mail come for me today?"
You'1l know for certain, you can bet,
She's expecting a letter from a lad named Chef.
NORMAN B. HARTNETT fGazbbyy
Basketball Mgr., 2-3-4, Chemistry Club, 3-4, Mar-
shal, 3-4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4, june Pbilomallf, 4'
Intramural Basketball, 2-3-4, Honor Tenth.
"I object! Your Honor!" a strong voice roars.
Can you guess? Don't you know?
Of course, l'il Gabby has the floor
And argues 'em down, row by row,
JUNE EVELYN HASTINGS
Basketball, 2-3-4, Hobby Club, Vice-Pres., 3, Bad-
minton Club, 4, Flying Club, 4, Boosters' Club, 4-
Christmas Boxes, 4, Honor Tenth.
June is the apple of our eye,
We wish her well as the years go by,
She and Sammy, hand and hand,
Will make the finest pair in the land.
RICHARD KNIGHT HARWOOD
Model Airplane Club, 2-3, Patrol Committee jr.
Prom, 3, Senior Play, 4, Senior Dramatic Club, 4'
Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
He fools all day, and he studies all night,
In the senior play he did himself right.
THEODORE R. HAWKINS
Basketball, 2-3-4, Baseball, 2-3-4, Student Council,
3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Chemistry Club, 3, Football Dance
Committee, 3, Nominating Committee, 3, Football,
Mgr., 4, Senior-junior Athletic Committee Chairman,
4, Ticket Committee, Senior Play, 4.
In athletics Ted is supreme,
He throws the ball with plenty of steam.
LEONARD AVERY HAWKINS fPatj
Baseball, 4, Banquet Program Committee, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball, 4.
Quite a mathematician is Pat-
He names off formulas just like that.
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3 ' RALPH LINWOOD HAYNES
Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Dart and Airplane Commit-
Q tees, Carnival, 4, Senior-Sophomore Dance, 4, Prom
Papers in spare time, work in school-
This is Ralph's golden rule.
FLORENCE ALICE HEDBERG Uiloppyj
Basketball, 2-3-4, Field Hockey, 2-3-4, Softball, 2,
Sub-Deb Club, 43 Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4.
The tall, blond goddess of F. H. S.
HENRY HICKSON fHirky, Henry Aldrich,
Patrol Committee, jr. Prom, 3g Track, 4, Model Air-
plane Club, 4g Christmas Boxes, 4.
The Walter Winchell of F. H. S.
JOHN JOSEPH HICKSON QHifkj
Track, 2-3-4, Mgr., 3-4, Dance Club, 4g Public
Speaking, 4, Decorating Committee Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Decorating Committee Football Dance, 4,
Bowling Committee Carnival, 4.
Hick is quite a ladies' man,
Of which we are all aware,
But when it comes to studying,
Hickson is elsewhere.
Lina, Lina, is there anyone finer?
If there be, show her to me.
MARGARET A. HILL
Sub-Deb Club, 43 Student Crier Slajf, 4.
The silent girl in Miss Hemenway's English class.
' f HELEN GLADYS HOBAN
, Lost and Found Committee, 2, Girls' College Club,
2-3f4g Patrol Committee Football Dance, 4, Christmas
Boxes, 4, Graduation Usher, 3, Ticket Committee and
Fortune Telling, Carnival, 4.
Where Helen spends her week-ends,
We know without a doubt-
Marlboro is the lucky town,
Where Helen gets about.
RUBY MAY HILL
Sub-Deb Club, 3, Ping4Pong, 4.
A loud laugh,
A shrill scream.
lt's Ruby and junie-
Oh! what a team.
GORDON R. HODODON fGordiej
Dramatic Club, 2, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Gordon is a friendly boy,
From good old F. H. S.
He'll help all when he can,
So here's to his success.
LOUISE ANNE HOBAN fRed, Torcbyj
Ping-Pong Club, 2, Senior Dramatic Club, 4, Re-
freshment Committee Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Staff of
Pbilomufh and Siudenl Crier, 4, Basketball, 4.
Flashing red hair-that's our "Torchy",
And when she drives down the street,
No rules or regulations stop her,
As she performs this stupendous feat.
AUDREY JANE HOFMANN
Hockey, 2-3-4, College Club, 2-3f4, Dramatic Club,
2-4, Basketball Mgr., 3-4, Pbilomaffa, 3-4, Decorating
Committee jr. Prom, 3, Lost and Found Committee, 3,
Marshal, 4, Decorating Committee Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Decorating Committee Football Dance, 4,
Quiz Team, 4, Publicity, Senior Play, 4, Rogues' Gal-
lery, Carnival, 4, Tennis Manager, 4, Christmas Boxes,
2-3-4, Highest Scholastic Honors.
She's on the road to success and we wish her luck
every inch of the way.
DANA DowsE HOLBROOK, JR.
Marshal, 4, Public Speaking Club, 4, Senior Picture
Committee. 4, Intramural Basketball, 4, Christmas
Boxes, 4, Graduation Committee, 4.
Assistant chief of the voluntary fire department of
Sherborn fChief Waterboyj.
IRENE ELIZABETH HOLLANDER fReneej
Tennis, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 2-5-4.
Irene, Irene, as nice as a queen,
Man, oh! Man, is she a dream.
She's sure to hook you for a date,
Look out, boy, you'Il be used for bait.
FREDERICK HIXON HORAN
Pbilomazla Board, 3, Christmas Boxes, 4.
If it's a booming bass voice coming from exactly
everywhere in the room, If belongs to Fred.
EVA EUNICE HOWLAND fEveQ
Travel Club, 3.
Eva is a home girl,
But she leads a busy life,
Now she is all awhirl
Since Bill entered her life.
CHESTER ALBERT HUGHES
Christmas Boxes, 4, Honor Tenth.
We're beginning to wonder about our Chester. His
knowledge of dinosaurs has us bafiled. Does he or
cloesn't he live in the twentieth century?
Basketball, 2-3-43 French Club, 23 Christmas
Beauty and brains,
What a rare combination!
The best that we've seen,
Since the dawn of creation.
Marshal, 3-4, Patrol Committee Jr. Prom, 3g Christ-
mas Boxes, 4g Class Gift Committee, 4, Patrol, Foot-
ball Dance, 4.
Will Hugh take a P.G. course next year-just to be
near someone-namely, Kay?
Senior Dramatic Club, 4g Quiz Program, 4.
She'll soon get used to that
Tramp, tramp, tramp!
As medical sec't'ry
In an army camp.
ROBERT CLIFFORD JACKSON fBz1dJ
Football, 2-3-43 Baseball, 2-3-4, Capt., 4, Student
Council, 2g Marshal, 2-3-4, Home Room Director, 2-35
Patrol Committee Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Concert
Stage Committee, 4g Hockey, 43 Prom Refreshment
Committee, 33 Football Dance Patrol, 3.
Bud is on the hockey team,
And at baseball is a star,
When attending college
We hope he goes just as far.
FRANCIS LAWRENCE JEWELL
Christmas Boxes, 2-4.
Franny drove a Buick
A hundred miles an hour,
When the law caught up with him,
His face went very sour.
MARY A. JENNINGS
Softball, 2, Refreshment Committee Jr. Prom, 35
Badminton Club, 43 Christmas Boxes, 4g Boosters'
Club, 3, Lost and Found, 3-4.
Here is an Irish lass,
Who sure has plenty of class.
If you knew her you'd agree,
That she's always on a spree.
RUTH MILDRED JOHNSON
Dramatic Club, 2-3, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas
Ruthie is a cheerful girl,
Makes everyone feel bright and gayg
If you have any cares or troubles,
She will smile them all away.
WARREN FREDERICK JOHNSON fScoopJ
Sfudent Crier Staff, 4.
Scoop is an intelligent boy,
About the sports he writes.
He loves long lists of adjectives
To make us see the sights.
MARIE THERESA JORDAN
Christmas Boxes, 2, Public Speaking Club, 4.
Marie plays the trumpet,
She plays it loud and long,
And to every football game
She brings it right along.
VIOLA MAY JUBINVILLE Unbyj
Basketball, 2, Christmas Boxes, 2-4, Sub-Deb Club,
Viola likes Hudson-
That's plain to see,
Because "Muff" lives there,
And her heart has he.
THOMAS J. KANI5 fKillerJ
Football, 2, Christmas Boxes, 3, Patrol Committee
Football Dance, 4.
Killer Kane is quite the boy,
Fooling's always been his joy.
With his pal McKeown, too,
He can think of things to do.
RICHARD DANFORTH KARB
Basketball, 2-3, Tennis, 2-3-4, Captain, 3-4, Chemis-
try Club, Pres., 3, Co-Chairman Jr. Prom Ushering
and Grand March Committee, 3, Marshal, 3-4, Philo-
matb Staff, 3, Boosters' Club, 4, Senior Dramatic Club,
4, Refreshment Committee Carnival, 4, Executive
Committee Musical Festival, 4, Banquet Committee, 4,
Editor-in-Chief, Literary Issue of Pbilomafh, 4,
Why go to Hollywood?
Didya ever see anything that looks more like Bob
VINCENT IRVING KELLY flfimziej
Football, 2, Track, 2-3, Marshal, 2-4, Airplane
Club, 2, Intramural Basketball, 3-4, Decorating Com-
mittee, Jr. Prom, 3, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Have you ever heard of Vinnie's technique?
The girls all agree it's quite unique.
BERNARD MERRIAM KEEFE, JR. QBewzieJ
Dramatic Club, 2, Gym Club, 2, Student Crier
Board, 2, Public Speaking Club, 4, Intramural Basket-
ball, 4, Dance Club, 4, Carnival, 4.
Bernie's not a very big lad-
But who is measured by his size?
When it comes to studies,
Bernie's very wise.
STANLEY MONFORD KITTREDGE fKiz, Skeezfj
We wonder if Marion fell in love with his beauti-
ful blond hair.
DONALD MARKI-IAM KINSMAN
Baseball, 2-3-4, Student Council, 2-3-4, Basketball,
3-4, Capt., 4, Marshal, 3-4, Marshal Exec. Committee,
3-4, First Lieut., 4, Plailomazh Board, 3-4, Emblem
Committee, 3, Patrol Committee, 3, Class Prophet, 4,
June Pbilozmzlb, 4, Senior Play Usher, 4, Honor
Tenth, Honorable Mention for Leadership and Ser-
Funny thing is, you can't help laughing at Don's
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Hockey, 23 Hobby Club, 3.
Ken is quite the mechanic,
He can hx your car with the bestg
You'll have to go far to End him,
For now in khaki he's dressed.
PAULINE R. LAKE
Smdeuz Crier Staff, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
A very quiet lassie, who is never very sassy.
GABRIEL LOUIS LAMAGNA
Model Airplane Club, 2-54, Chairman Dart Com-
mittee, Carnival, 43 Sophomore Election Committee,
4g Christmas Boxes, 4.
A businesslike face
And a firm, steady way-
That is Gabriel
Day after day.
DONALD EDWARD LANGLEY fTzwiffy, Donj
Home Room Director, 2g Basketball, 3-4, Ticket
Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Marshal, 4, Ticket Commit-
tee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Decorating Committee,
Football Dance, 43 Ticket Committee, Football Dance,
4, Boosters' Club, Treas., 4, Public Speaking Club, 4,
Patrol Committee, Football Dance, 4, Ticket Commit-
tee, Senior Play, 43 Ticket Committee, Graduation, 4,
Dance Club, 4.
We wonder which comes closer to DOn's heart,
Phyllis or basketball?
EDWARD R. LEMBO
Senior Play Construction Committee, 43 Patrol Com-
mittee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Intramural Basketball,
4, Carnival Committee, 4, Quiz Team, 4, june Philo-
7m1lf9, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3. '
This fellow Ed is quite a guy,
He blows his trumpet sweet and high,
On boogie-Woogie he can't be beat.
Listen sonetime-you'll get a treat.
FLORENCE HELEN LAPINA
Sub-Deb Club, 5, Italian Club, 43 Christmas Boxes,
Florence is attractive,
And a friend to all,
Whether their position
Be large or small.
JOHN L. LIZACH, JR.
Baseball, 4, Patrol Committeee, Football Dance, 4.
Fixing cars is johnny's game,
With the girls he'll also play.
We wonder if he's still the same
Since he swallowed gas that day.
HIILEN THIERESIE LEPORE QHJ
Italian Club, 2-5-4, Christmas Boxes, 43 Dart Com-
mittee, Carnival, 4.
Helen likes New York-
l'm sure we all know why,
We may have thought our Helen shy,
But just ask Herk, the lucky guy.
MARION MADELINE LEWIS
Hobby Club, 3, Dance Club, 3, Decorating Commit-
tee Graduation, 3, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes,
Marion had a little lamb,
Witli blond and silky hair,
The course of love did not run smooth
For this devoted pair.
ARTHUR T. LIBERATORE
Basketball, 3-4, Dance Club, 4, Patrol Committee,
Football Dance, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3-41 Auctioneer,
and Electrical Committee, Carnival, 4.
Tealo is the biggest Hitt
That we have ever known,
But when he's in a physics class,
He leaves the girls alone.
MARY ANN LILL
Basketball, 2, Baseball, 2, Field Hockey, 2, Dra-
matic club, 4, Dance Club, 4, Sub-Deb Club, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 4, journalism Club, 2.
Mary's got a boy friend ,
With heart so brave and true,
And everywhere that Mary goes,
Her little Bud goes, too.
JOSEPH G. LIB ERATORI
Basketball, 2-3-4, Golf, 4.
joe is a golfer-a very good one, too,
He always breaks 100, once an 82.
SAUL GEORGE LODGEN Uanliey
Christmas Boxes, 3, Camera Club, 4.
A pleasant personality, Saul is everybody's friend.
RICHARD JAM ES LOWRY
Model Airplane Club, 2, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Dick is a study teachers joy because he is always
JAMES WILLIAM LUBY
Hockey, 2, Golf Mgr., 3-4, Public Speaking Club, 3,
Patrol Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Ticket Committee, jr.
Prom, 3, Class Nominating Committee, 3, Marshal, 4,
Boosters' Club, 4, Senior Dramatic Club, 4, Class
Historian, 4, Publicity, Senior Play, 4, Dance Club,
2-4, Emblem Committee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 2-4, Co-
Chairman, Publicity, Senior Play, 4, Chairman, Meat
Fund Show, 4.
Statistics show that the tall, statuesque girl now
reigns supreme, but fortunately for us little things-
not so with Jimmie.
ALDEN F. LORD fflldiej
Baseball, 2, Hockey, 2-3, Smdenl Crier Board, 2-3,
Pbilomazh, 3, Boys' College Club, 3, Decorating Com-
mittee, Jr. Prom, 3, Marshal, 4, Dramatic Club, 4,
Patrol and Ticket Committee Football Dance, 4,
Chairman Entertainment Committee Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Publicity Committee Senior-Soph. Dance
and Football Dance, 4, Class Gift Committee Chair-
man, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Dance Club, 4, Stage
Committee, Senior Play, 4, Advertising Board, School
Publications, 2-3-4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Refreshment
and Decorating Committees, Carnival, 4.
Aldie has a cute technique,
And surely he has reached his peak,
For when he whistles, the girls all flock-
Why should Aldie be one to squawk?
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fy I MARY ANN LUMINARI
Dramatic Club, 2, Field Hockey, 2-3, Softball, 2,
Basketball, 3, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Hospitality Commit-
tee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
She's a girl who craves success,
And in her work finds happiness.
JOAN MARIE LYNCH
Field Hockey, 2-3-4, Capt., 2, Basketball, 2-3-4,
Marshal, 3-4, Dance Club, 3, Hospitality Committee,
3, Secretary Class, 31 Home Room Director, 3, Soft-
ball, 3-4, Nominating Committee, Prom and Gradua-
tion, 3, Decorating Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Usher, jr.
Prom, 3, Student Council, 4, Exec. Committee, 4,
Public Speaking Club, Vice-Pres., 4, Refreshment
Committee Football Dance, 4, Decorating Committee,
Football Dance, 4, General Committee, Carnival, 4,
Chairman Hospitality Committee, 4, Head Candy
Girl, Senior Play, 4, Student Council Convention
A trim, straight nurse in crisp, starched white,
Armed with healing arts-
She really ought to wear a sign,
"Danger to male hearts."
JUNE MARIE LYNCH fBz1gj
Basketball, 2-3-4, Student Council, 2-4, Softball,
2-3, Capt., 2, Ping-Pong Club, 2, Field Hockey, Capt.,
3-4, Marshal, 3-4, Travel Club, Pres., 4, Decorating
Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Badminton Club, 4, Hospi-
1- tality Committee, 4, Lost and Found Committee, 4,
Decorating Committee Football Dance, 4, Co-Chair-
man Decorating Committee, Carnival, 4, Chairman
Club Committee, 4, Chairman Senior-Junior Athletic
Committee, 4, Football Dance Refreshment Commit-
Cute little freckles-
Nice friendly grin,
When she's under the basket
You know we will win.
7, BARBARA ANN MACFARLAND fBab.rj
Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Barbara is struck on someone you all can see.
It wouldn't be the marshal facing 223?
His name wouldn't happen to be Bob Fair,
That handsome senior with the dark brown hair?
MARY ALICE MACKEY
Slndwzt Crier Typist, 4, Sub-Deb Club, 4.
It is always Mary's rule
To do her work in school.
DONA HARRIET MACDONALD
Ping-Pong Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Dona is demure and sweet,
And she's also quite petite.
ERNEST MAGRINI QE:-nie,
Ernie is always humoring,
Witli his jests of happiness.
Wl1en out into the world he goes,
He is sure to be a great success.
BOYD MACKINNON QMMQ
Marshal, 3-4, Boys' College Club, 3, Emblem Com-
mittee, 3, Entertainment Committee, Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Entertainment Committee, Football Dance,
4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Mac is quite a man-about-town,
Always smiling-never a frown.
JOHN RICHARD MAHONEY ff. R.,
Football, 2-3-4, Basketball, 2-3, Tennis, 2-3-4, Mar-
shal, 2-3, Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Pres., 2, Home Room
Director, 3, Patrol Committee, Football Dance, 4, June
Pbilomatfo, 4, Usher, Senior Play, 4, Honor Tenth.
A brainy boy is this J. R.,
In friendship, too, he's above par.
JOHN JOSEPH MAHONEY fT6.X'cZJ',!.-1.7
Baseball, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2, Football, 3-4, Marshal,
4, Construction Committee, Carnival, 4, Intramural
Basketball, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
J. J. is a sleepy lad,
But as a friend
He's the best to have.
MARIE ANGE ANNETTE MAILHOIT Ueamzezzej
Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Boys run for many a mile,
To see Marte's contagious smile.
YVETTE ALFREDA MAILHOIT fliwzj
Baseball, 2, Ping-Pong Club, 2, Badminton Club,
3-4, Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4.
A million dollar baby in a 5 and 10 cent store.
RITA MARY MAPLEBECK
Hobby Club, 3, Basketball, 4, Badminton Club, 4,
Hospitality Committee, 4, Decorating Committee, Car-
nival, 4, Club Committee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
We all agree that Rita is
A lot of fun to know,
Her smile is ever ready,
And her humor never slow.
JOHN J. MANOINI
Baseball Mgr., 2, Hockey, 3-4, Football Mgr., 3-4,
Marshal, 3, Decorating Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Christ-
mas Boxes, 3-4, Golf, 4.
john Mangini is quite a Hash,
When he sees a blonde-
He's Off in a dash.
PALMA T. R. MARCHETTI
Italian Club, 3-4.
Palma is sweet,
Palma is shy,
Palma's the girl that will get by.
ARLENE LOUISE MARTIN
Red Cross Committee, 4, Refreshment Committee,
Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Lost and
Found Committee, 4, Honor Tenth.
What would the 4-H Club do without Arlene?
ARTHUR F. MARTINS fflrlj
Att's a flash in chemistry,
In physics he's a whiz,
Whenever there's a blonde around,
That's where Artie is.
FRANCIS GERARD MATHIEU QF:-fzmzyy
Marshal, 4, june Pbilomatb, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3.
Franny was a clever boy,
He was Miss Kay Hall's pride and joy.
When he left, she sat and wept,
But Franny he just slept and slept.
FRANCIS JAMES MCCANN, JR. Uvhzfj
Track, 3-4, Capt., 4g Refreshment Committee, Jr.
Prom, 3g Ticket Committee, jr. Prom, 33 Patrol Com-
mittee, jr. Prom, 53 Student Council, 4, Marshal, 4,
Co-Chairman Construction Committee, Carnival, 4g
Intramural Basbetball, 4.
The captain of the track team
Is this boy called "Mac,"
For when he starts running,
They hold the people back.
DORIS MAY MAUKE
Christmas Boxes, 2g Home Room Director, 3, Mar-
shal, 4, Girls' College Club, 4, Hospitality Committee,
Christmas Boxes, 43 Concert Ticket Committee, 4,
Properties, Senior Play, 43 Quiz Team, 4, Carnival
Committee, 4, Highest Scholastic Honors.
We have a sneaking suspicion that "I knew her
when-" is going to be a right handy expression when
speaking of Doris a few years hence.
RICHARD T. MCGRATH
Mgr. Baseball, 2, Current Events Club, 3g Christ-
mas Boxes, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Dick is bashful, loyal, and sweet-
His technique is hard to beat.
MARION Lots MCGAUGHEY fLaz1laj
Marshal, 3, Boosters' Club, 3-4, Patrol Committee,
Football Dance, 3-4, Decorating Committee, Jr. Prom,
3, Girls' College Club, Sec., 4, Dance Club, 3-4, For-
tune Telling, Carnival, 4.
With a brunette from Worcester
And a redhead from Boston,
She has a good time
And by no one outdone.
RUTH MCGRAW fllzztlaiej
Christmas Boxes, 33 Refreshment Committee, Jr.
Prom, 3: Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Dark brown eyes and beautiful hair,
The "Scottish Lass" for whom we care.
PAULINE LUCY MCKAY fDixie, Pallyy
Sfudenl Crier Staff, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Quiet and sweet,
And oh! so neat.
MARY VIRGINIA MCLAUGI-ILIN QBlofzdie, Mary
Baseball, 2, Philonmtfa, 2, Slzzdenz Crier Staff, 2,
Marshal, 3-4, Boosters' Club, 3-4, Executive Commit-
tee, 4, Home Room Director, 3, Cheer Leader, 3-4,
Field Hockey, 4, Basketball, 4, Dramatic Club, Sec.,
4, Ticket Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Ticket
I Committee, Senior Play, 4, Ticket Committee, Football
Dance, 4, Publicity Committee, Carnival, 4, Dance
Club, 4, Bowling Committee, Carnival, 4, Chairman,
Program Committee, Banquet, 4.
Eddie is her man-
He likes her golden hair,
And the sparkling personality
That marks her everywhere.
MARY JANE MCLELLAN
Sub-Deb Club, 3, Graduation, 3, Christmas Boxes,
Mary had a sailor, but the sailor went to sea.
She also had a soldier, but the soldier went to war.
So now all she does is sea-saw.
CORINNE SHEILA MCMANUS fRimzyy
Girls' College Club. 2-3-4, Program Committee, 4,
Usher, Graduation, 3, Fortune Telling, Carnival, 4,
Quiz Contest, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, june Philomtzlb.
Brown eyes, curly hair,
A smile that can't be beat,
A girl who's very sweet.
LYDIA P. MERCORELLI
Italian Club, 3-4, Honor Tenth.
Those blushes of Lydia's are surely real,
It is enough to make you feel
That the days of the shy damsel are not past,
But she still does walk with eyes downcast.
DOMINIC JAMES MERLONI fZiggyj
Marshal, 2-4, Executive Committee, 4, Football,
2-3-4, Home Room Director, 2, Boosters' Club, Ex-
ecutive Committee, 4, Quiz Contest, Carnival, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Class Lawyer, 4, Senior
Nominating Committee, 4, Intramural Basketball,
Dom and Ashland
Are just like the buses,
For both stop at Doris's
In spite of all rushes.
PATSY LAWRENCE MEs1rE
Christmas Boxes, 2.
Patsy is that handsome lad,
Who never falls for any lass,
It's disappointing, and it's sad,
For all he does is watch them pass.
ROSIE F. MESSANA
Christmas Boxes, 3, Italian Club, Program Com-
Rose gets along with everyone,
To be with her is loads of fun.
Dramatic Club, 2, Patrol Committee, jr. Prom, 3,
Sub-Deb Club, 3.
Pearl and Lennie make a swell combination.
Marriage is their destination.
MILDRED LORRAINE MILLIGAN
Basketball, 2-3-4, Softball, 2-4, Student Crier Staff,
2, Ping-Pong Club, Pres., 4, Christmas Boxes, 4,
Field Hockey, 4, Carnival Committee, 4.
Millie's lover is Buddy.
They stick together like putty.
It's been two years now, you know,
But Millie says there's more to go.
ANITA FRANCES MISALSKY QNeetj
Basketball, 2-3-4, Field Hockey, 2-3-4, Marshal, 2,
Public Speaking Club, 2, Hobby Ciub, 3, Senior
Dramatic Club, 4, Badminton Club, 4, Decorating
Committee, Carnival, 4, junior Red Cross, 4.
Laughing blue eyes and blonde curly hair,
Neet goes through life without a care.
Her basketball skill is something to see,
She romps through a game with plenty of glee.
BRUNA MARIE MISAGGIA cBIllZllyD
Italian Club, 2, Lost and Found Committee, 2,
Marshal, 3-4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Quiz Program, 4,
just the sight that the doctor prescribed for sore
CURTIS F. MITCHELL fcllff, Crerj
Hockey, 2-3-4, Football, 4, Marshal, 4, Intramural
Basketball, 4, Senior-junior Athletic Committee, 4,
Decorating Committee, Carnival, 4.
Curt is the best of all pals,
And quite a hockey player, too,
But the girls down Natick way
Say he can best pitch the woo.
ALEXANDER C. MOLERONEK M1150
Intramural Basketball, 2-3-4, Refreshment Commit-
tee, jr. Prom, 3, Football, 3-4, Marshal, 4, Chemistry
Club, 4, Electrical Committee, Carnival, 4, Patrol
Committee, Football Dance, 4.
Great big eyes,
When he goes by
The girls all stare.
ROBERT RALSTON MoNAI-IAN fBob, Moonj
Home Room Director, 2, Marshal, 3-4, Chemistry
Club, 3, Football Dance Committee, 3, Decorating
Committee, Graduation, 3, Senior Play, 4, Intramural
Basketball, 4, Dance Club, Pres., 4, Boosters' Club, 4,
Chairman Quiz Contest, 4, Publicity Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Senior Play Selection Committee, 4, Patrol
Committee Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Business Manager,
Senior Play, 4, Floor Chairman, Christmas Boxes, 4,
Chairman, Dance Committee, Carnival, 4.
Bob is a lad well liked by the boys,
But the girls in his life are really his joys.
MARY EILEEN MORAN fivitzyj
Basketball, 2-3-4, Softball, 2-3-4, Sub-Deb Club, 3,
Field Hockey, 4, Lost and Found Committee, 4, Bad-
minton Club, 4, Stzzdent Crier Staff, 4, Student Crier
Typist, 4, Badminton Club, 4, Pbilomtztb Typist, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 4.
All the boys rush out to meet
This grand young girl from Lindsay Street.
ANNA CATHERINE MORRISSEY
Boosters' Club, 3, Red Cross Committee, 31 Deco-
rating Committee, Jr. Prom and Graduation, 3, Mar-
shal, 4, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
Ann's heart is with a soldier,
Whose buttons gleam and shine,
Wlmen she sees him in uniform
She thinks him very hne.
THE PHILOMHTH 149
Christmas Boxes, 4.
junie is smart, gay, and clever,
And by her classmates
She'll be remembered forever.
BRUNO E. MOSCATELLI
Italian Club, Pres., 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
He thinks he is handsome
Because he attracts them-
But it's only those curls
That make the girls.
EDA P. MOSCATELLI
junior Election Committee, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Edie is friendly,
Edie is funny.
She is a girl with
A disposition sunny.
WALTER P. MUNGER fWally, jerk, Dripj
Intramural Basketball, 3, Marshal, 43 Refreshment
Committee, Football Dance, 4, Patrol Committee, jr.
Wind or rain,
Snow or sleet,
Is on the street.
DANIEL JAMES MURPHY fjeepj
Track, 2-4, Public Speaking Club, 2, Home Room
Director, 2, Marshal, 2-4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4.
A boy who can keep one jump ahead of anything.
EDNA MARY MURPHY fEd, Mm-,blaj
Public Speaking Club, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 3-4, Christ-
mas Boxes, 3-4.
Edna's homework is always done,
She knows shorthand characters, one by one,
In a test she is calm, never in a whirl-
Altogether, she is quite a girl.
ANNA JOSEPHINE MURRAY fjoj
Dramatic Club, 2, Slzzdenz Crier Typist, 2, Student
Crier Staff, 3-4, Marshal, 3, Public Speaking Club, 3,
Decorating Committee, jr. Prom, 33 Chemistry Club,
4, Decorating Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4,
Library Service Club, Sec., 4, Chairman Refreshment
Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Quiz Team, 4,
Philomalh, Literary and june issues, 4, Co-Chairman,
Properties Committee, Senior Play, 4, Christmas
Boxes, 2-3-4, Minstrel Show, Carnival, 4, Parlia-
mentary Law Club, 4.
"jo" is plump,
"Jo" is jolly,
Is tops, by golly.
PI-IYLLIS BRENDA MURPHY
Student Council, 2, Dramatic Club, 2, College Club,
3-4, Pres., 43 Dance Club, 3, Lost and Found Com-
mittee, 3g Patrol Committee, Football Dance, 3-4,
Usher, jr. Prom, 3, Auction Committee, 53 Fortune
Telling Carnival, 4, Marshal, 4, Candy Girl, Senior
Play, 43 Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Chairman, Banquet
Social Committee, 4.
Petite and fair haired-
A girl with loads of personality.
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SYLVIA RUTH NEDELL fSidj
Dramatic Club, 2, Student Crier Board, 2, Sub-Deb
Club, 3, Girls' College Club, 4, Student Crier Typist,
4, Christmas Boxes, 2-3, Fortune Telling, Carnival, 4.
Sylvia always intends to do well,
That is why we think she is swell.
CHARLES MUTO fCl211ck, Taxiej
Basketball, 2-4, Marshal, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Have you heard the news that's going round
About Chuck Muto and the girl he's found?
Chuck it seems is no longer at home-
With Madeline he perfers to roam.
RONALD IVOR NEITZ QB11dj
junior Election Committee, 4, Christmas Boxes,
2-3-4, Decoration Committee for Graduation, 3.
Ronald is very jolly,
We wonder, could it be because of Olly?
WILLIAM POTTER NELSON
Camera Club, 2, Dance Club, 2, Chemistry Club,
3-4, Christmas Boxes, 5-4.
A lad who loves nature and makes it an interesting
hobby fbutterflies and photographyj.
Christmas Boxes, 4.
Handsome is as handsome does.
NORMA MAEALDA NOBILINI
Sub-Deb Club, 5, Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Italian
Club, 4, Smdenz Crier Typist, 4, Carnival Committee,
4, Dance Club, 3.
Norma has dreamy eyes and a cute smile-
Whiclm induces all the boys to stay a while.
JOSEPH LEO O,MALLEY fO'T0olej
Home Room Director, 2-3, Football Dance Deco-
rating Committee, 2, Decorating Committee, Gradua-
tion, 3, Hospitality Committee, 3, Marshal, Executive
Committee, 4, Patrol Committee Football Dance, 4,
Intramural Basketball, 4, Construction and Decorating
Committees, Carnival, 4, Graduation Committee, 4.
lt's true joe lives across the tracks,
But most of his time is spent in Sax.
SOPHIE J. OLSZEWSKI Goapiej
Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Sludenf Crier Typist, 4, Bad-
minton Club, 4, june Pbilomulb, 4.
Sophie is cute, but rather shy,
And it takes Freddie to catch her eye.
EILEEN D. OTENTI
Basketball, 2-3-43 Ping-Pong Club, 23 Home Room
Director, 23 Dramatic Club, 3-43 Usher, jr. Prom, 33
Marshal, 43 Chairman Amateur Show Carnival, 43
June Pbilomalfa, 4.
Could Franny be the one to attract
Eileen's sudden interest in Sax?
ROBERT JOHN ORCHARD
There are orchards of apple and peach and pear,
But only one Robert-to that we'll swear.
EDWARD FRANCIS PARKER fParkj
Decorating Committee, jr. Prom, 3.
In most cases clothes make the man, but in Park's
case clothes make the women.
RITA ELIZABETH OTTAVIANI
Italian Club, 43 Dramatic Club, 23 Christmas Boxes,
23 First Aid, 3.
Quiet and nice,
And a loyal friend,
A helping hand
She'll willingly lend.
EDWARD GOOKIN PARKER, JR. fRookj
Track, 2-3-43 Hockey Mgr., 2-3-43 Marshal, 3-43
Chemistry Club, 3-43 Gym Club, 43 Patrol Committee,
Football Dance, 43 Senior Play Selection Committee, 43
Intramural Basketball, 43 Dance Club, 43 Sound Com-
mittee, Carnival, 43 Quiz Contest, 43 Head Usher,
Senior Play, 4.
For our track team
Rook is a star miler,
But when with Diantha
He's a star smiler.
RITA HELEN PARADIS KF1-emhyy
Camera Club, 23 Field Hockey, 2.
Rita's the girl
Who likes to flirt.
ROBERTA B. PATTEN fBobbiej
Marshal, 3-43 Sub-Deb Club, 43 Decorating Com-
mittee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4.
"Bobbie" is a Worcester girl,
And the sweetest one we know.
To every side that she would whirl,
The boys were sure to go.
ARTHUR PERHAM QAM
Airplane Club, 2-4, Sec.-Treas., 43 Home Room
Director, 23 Marshal, 3-43 Boosters' Club, 33 Decorat-
ing Committee Graduation, 33 Hockey, 33 Baseball,
3-43 June Pbilomalla, 4.
Out of Eileen's house Arthur was sent,
Because her mother was demanding rent.
MARGARETA CONSTANCE PETERSON QPetey
Girls' College Club, 2-3-43 Refreshment Committee,
Jr. Prom, 53 Senior-Soph. Decorating Committee, 4g
Christmas Boxes, 43 Carnival, 4.
With hair so fair,
Who is this lass?
It must be "Pete"
From Saxonville, Mass.
MILDRED HOPE PERLMUTTER
Dramatic Club, 2-43 Usher at jr. Prom, 33 College
Club, 43 Parliamentary Law Club, 43 Smdenf Crier and
Pbilozmzfh Advertising Staff, 4g Refreshment Commit-
tee Football Dance, 43 Patrol Committee, Football
Dance, 4g Christmas Boxes, 2-3-43 Red Cross, 43 Favor
Committee and Rogues' Gallery, Carnival, 43 Honor
"Millie" has just loads of friends,
Especially down in Brookline3
Even to you her heart she'll lend.
Step this way, boys-join the line.
THERESA LOUISE PEVERI
Italian Club, 2-3-4.
Theresa is a cook so rare-
She plans her meals with precise care.
JUNE FRANCES PETHERICK Umziej
Badminton Club, 33 Christmas Boxes, 3-43 Basket-
When those eyes begin to crinkle,
When that smile begins to twinkler-
Then we'll know that here at last
A basketball game has claimed this lass.
NAZZARENO PEZZA fZe1z0j
Christmas Boxes, 43 Tickets and Invitations Com-
mittee, 4g Student Council, 4.
Zeno has such beautiful curls
That he wins admiration from all the girls.
JAMES H. PHIPPS
Christmas Boxes, 43 Advertising Committee, Car-
jimmy likes to roller skate-
This he does so very lateg
But when home work comes next day,
jim finds out it doesn't pay.
MURIEL E. PLESHAW Qzlfooeyj
Dance Club, 2-43 Badminton Club, 5-43 Christmas
This lovely blonde has an enthusiastic interest in
the "Steel" industry.
Camera Club, 23 Flying Club, 4.
If facts about the war you cate to know,
Then to George you should go.
MALINDA ETHEL POWERS QLizzdaJ
Dramatic Club, 2-43 Dance Club, 23 Nominating
Committee, Jr. Prom and Graduation, 33 Decorating
Committee, Jr. Prom, 33 Library Service Club, 43
Boosters' Club, 43 Marshal, 4.
Linda has a little lamp3
She's trained it well, no doubt,
For every time that Ray comes down
The little lamp goes out.
VIRGIL W. PROCTOR, JR. fRedJ
Dance Club, 2-3-43 Marshal, 43 Intramural Basket-
A brilliant smile, a cheery hello,
That's Red all over, you all know.
FLORENCE RALLIS flilofriej
Basketball, 23 Junior Red Cross, 43 Candy Girl,
Senior Play, 43 Decorating Committee, Prom, 33 Usher,
Flossie's cute and Flossie's smart.
But no Framingham boy ever Won her heart.
ELAINE SHIRLEY RABINOVITZ
Dramatic Club, 2-43 Marshal, 33 Home Room Direc-
tor, 33 Public Speaking Club, 33 Usher, Jr. Prom, 33
Girls' College Club, 43 Parliamentary Law Club, 43
Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Candy
Girl, Senior Play, 43 Rogues' Gallery, Carnival, 43
Elaine is sweet, and oh, so pretty,
And what's more, boys, she's very witty.
PAULINE CATHERINE ROCHEFORD fPemzy, Pol!yJ
Student Council. 2-3-4, Recording Sec., 43 Cheer-
leader, 2-3-4, Head, 43 Boosters' Club, 33 Dance Club,
33 Chairman Prom Refreshment Committee, 33 Usher,
Jr. Prom, 33 Marshal, 43 Senior Play, 43 Public Speak-
ing Club, Sec., 43 Chairman of Decorations, Football
Dance, 43 Quiz Contest, 43 Honorable Mention, Out-
standing Leadership and Service.
An actress line'-a lovely face-
Pep and charm-that's Pauline's case.
DONALD WESTON RAYMOND
Early to bed-early to rise-
Don never seems able to open his eyes.
JEROME JOSEPH RYAN fjerryj
Student Council, 2-3-4, Executive Committee, 2-3,
Vice-Pres., 33 Student Crier Board, 3-43 Marshal,
2-3-4, Marshal Executive Committee, 3-4, Second
Lieut., 3, Capt., 43 Public Speaking Club, 2-3, Vice-
Pres., 2, Pres., 33 Co-Chairman Lost and Found Com-
mittee, 23 Meat Fund Show, 3-43 Co-Chairman Patrol
Committee, Football Dance, 3-4, Jr. Prom, 33 Jr.
Class Nominating Committee, 33 Baseball, 43 Philo-
mazh, 43 Dramatic Club, Pres., 43 Chairman of Patrol,
Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Delegate to Student Council
Convention, 43 Class Orator, 43 Publicity Committee,
Senior Play, 43 Entertainment Committee, Senior-Soph.
Jerry likes to talk 'em down3
He likes to entertain3
But best of all things on this earth
He likes a railroad train.
CHARLES E. SAGE fCbuckin' Charlie, Smirdgej
Football, 2-3-43 Baseball, 2-3-43 Hockey, 2-3-43
Dance Club, 33 Boosters' Club, 33 Marshal, 3-43 Deco-
rating Committee, Jr. Prom, 33 Student Council, 4g
Public Speaking Club, 43 Intramural Basketball, 4g
Graduation Committee, 43 Usher, Senior Play, 43
Decorating Committee, Carnival, 4.
Chuckin' Charlie has discarded his butch
For locks which have some curls.
Football hero! Hair like that!
Line forms on the right, girls.
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JOHN SALAK f0t1o, Honkj
Football, 2-3-43 Marshal, 2-3-43 Home Room Direc-
tor, 23 Gym Club, 23 Decorating Committee, Jr. Prom,
33 Parliamentary Law Club, 43 Decorating Committee,
Football and Senior-Soph. Dance, 43 Graduation Com-
mittee, 43 Assistant Technician, Senior Play, 43 Intra-
mural Basketball, 23 Decorating Committee, Carnival,
43 Basketball, 3-43 Student Council, 4.
Otto has a little auto.
Everywhere Otto goes-
The auto doesn't go.
MARIO SANNICANDRO fSazmzieJ
Basketball, 2-3-43 Home Room Director, 23 Football,
3-43 Track, 43 Baseball, 4.
Miss Ward's model pupil fpew-pillj.
KENNETH R. SARGENT
Airplane Club, 2-3, Sec., 23 Home Room Director,
2-33 Marshal, 3-43 Red Cross Committee, 33 Decorat-
ing Committee, Football Dance, 33 Track, 43 Senior
Dramatic Club, 43 Refreshment Committee, Carni-
If Kenny goes into the army, he will at least be
addressed as "Sargent."
RICHARD E. SAULNIER
Basketball, 3-43 Baseball, 3-43 Ticket Committee,
Senior Play, 43 Co-Chairman, Construction Committee,
Carnival, 43 Honor Tenth.
Dick's just an all-around man who excels in base-
ball, basketball, and the intricacies of math.
CHARLES FRANK SAVAGE
Football, 23 Track, 23 Marshal, 3-43 Student Council,
33 Decorating Committee, Jr. Prom, 33 Dramatic
Club, 43 Senior Picture Committee, 43 Intramural Bas-
ketball, 43 Picture Committee, 4.
Since Charlie Savage met his Jim,
No other girl has a chance with him.
JOHN ALLEN SAUNDERS fjolomzy, SHIIIZZJIJ
Camera Club, 2-3-4, Pres., 4.
Johnny is an ardent camera fan,
His pictures are a wow!
If you want to learn the camera craft,
Johnny will show you how!
IRENE EMMA SAVI QL11rkyJ
Student Council, 23 Dramatic Club, 2-33 Italian
Club, 43 Christmas Boxes, 2.
Courageous and brave, smiling Irene,
She is never ruffled, always serene.
We know she'll be successful in whatever she'll do,
And always be there, smiling thro'.
JAMES HAROLD SCRIBNER Gpikej
Hobby Club, 2.
Spike likes flowers,
Spike likes trees3
Spike dislikes home work,
Just like you and me.
PETER 0. SENECAL fPete, Flarhj
Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Hockey, 3-4, Patrol Com-
mittee, Jr. Prom, 3, Marshal, 4, Senior Play Construc-
tion Committee, 4.
Pete Senecal sure has his troubles
With the girl he knows as Bubbles,
Yet she's friendly and sweet, charming, and kind,-
A better girl, Pete cannot find.
WALTER H. SHAW fWa!lyj
Biology Club, 2, Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Model
Wally was the class delight,
And kept them wearing a grin.
The battle for success he'll surely fight,
' And we all do hope he'll win.
JACQUELINE JANE SHIRA fjarkiej
College Club, 2-3, Home Room Director, 2, Hospi-
tality Committee, 3, Marshal, 4, Chairman Rrefresh-
ment Committee, Carnival, 4, Badminton Club, 4,
Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4, Chairman, Christmas Box
One of the prettiest girls in school,
To be that way, follow her rule.
FLORENCE MAE SHOCKETT QSM
Ping-Pong Club, 2, Badminton Club, 4.
Sis is the girl who is never shy,
Especially in each class of Framingham High.
She never fails to speak her piece,
And her chatter probably will never cease.
ERNEST JOHN SIBSON, JR.
Track, 3-4, Football, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Ernie's going to Northeastern
To be an engineer,
We all wish him the best of luck
In his chosen career.
MARGUERITE MARY LOUISE SOUTHWICK fzlflargiej
Girls' College Club, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Because Jimmie has been conscripted,
Margie's love has been drafted--not drifted.
JOHN H. SPEER, JR.
Current Events Club, 3, Camera Club, Sec., 4.
Heres a spear you need not throw-
His numerous friends hate to see him go.
MARCIA ELAINE SPAULDING
College Club, 2, Hobby Club, 3, Christmas Boxes, 4,
Accompanist, Boys' Glee Club, 4.
Marcia can cook,
Marcia can play,
She'll be married
Before she's gray.
563- THE PHILOMHTH
FRANCES M. SPERANZA cFl'6l7ZlZi6, Fazyej
Italian Club, 2, Decorating Committee, jr. Prom,
5, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Red Cross Committee, 4, Senior-
Soph. Decorating Committee, 4, Christmas Boxes.
As meek as a little mouse is she,
But a true friend to all will be.
LOUISE M. SPLAINE
Christmas Boxes, 3, Smdenf Crier Typist, 4, Sub-
Deb Club, 4.
You never see Rocco
They're always together,
Like a pod with two peas.
PHILIP N. STEVENS
Chemistry Club, 5, Camera Club, 4.
To Gillette shaving blades, says Phil,
He owes his smooth face and his skill
ln shaving,-that is to say he will,
Wlien time and nature fill the bill.
EILEEN MARY SULLIVAN UQ
Sub-Deb Club, 3, Refreshment Committee, Jr. Prom,
3, Decorating Committee, Graduation, 3, Boosters'
Club. 4, Refreshment Committee Senior-Soph. Dance,
4, Marshal, 4, june Pbilomafh, 4, Christmas Boxes,
3-4, Favor Booth, Carnival, 4, Chairman, News Items,
Carnival, 4, Red Cross, 4, Tennis, 2.
Eileen and Art,-
High school's swellest pair.
Called so because
They go everywhere.
RAYMOND J. SULLIVAN
Football, 2-3, Marshal, 2-4, Red Cross Committee,
3, Banquet Committee, 4, Track, 4.
Ray is the big boy of Framingham High,
He always wears a smile and a nice bow tie.
GEORGE RUDOLF SYDOW
Model Airplane Club, 4, Property Committee,
Senior Play, 4.
George is a boy of high ideals,
But the heart of Doris he wishes to steal.
MARGUERITE Lois TAYLOR
Dramatic Club, 2-4, Home Room Director, 2, Lost
and Found Committee, 2, Girls' College Club, 3-4,
Sec., 3, Pres., 4, Patrol Committee, Football Dance,
3-4, Flower Committee, Graduation, 3, Patrol Com-
mittee, jr. Prom, 3, Senior Play, 4, Senior Play Selec-
tion Committee, 4, Decorating Committee, Senior-
Soph. Dance, 4, Chairman Meat Fund Show, 4,.Field
Hockey, 4, Usher, Senior-Soph. Dance, 4, Chairman
Rogues' Gallery, 4, Christmas Boxes, 2, Census Com-
mittee, 4, Booster, Alternate, 4, Honor Tenth.
Marguerite's ability as an actress and scholar have
nothing on her ability to make friends.
TUFANIO TARALLI Uijiy
Wlien on his accordion he starts to play,
You can't help but swing and sway.
ANN THIBAULT fBabfj
Dramatic Club, 2, Hobby Club, 3, Christmas Boxes,
31 Usher, Graduation, 3, Ping-Pong Club, 4, Ping-
Pong Committee, Carnival, 4.
Vim, vigor and vitality
Make up her personality-
She's well received by society,
And is noted for hospitality.
MARY JOSEPHINE TERSONI
Ping-Pong Club, 2, Italian Club, 4, Christmas
A little quiet, and quite a bit shy,
But Mary manages to get by.
DOROTHY EVELYN TINNEY
Marshal, 2-3-4, Lost and Found Committee, 2-5,
Dramatic Club, 5-4, Hospitality Committee, 5, Home
Room Director, 5, Red Cross Drive, 4, Football Dance
Committee, 4, Dance Club, 4.
Dot thinks the army is pretty nice,
The feeling is mutual, too,
Not only patriotic, but personal
Is her interest in the defenders
Of the Red, White, and Blue.
MARY ELIZABETH TOBIN
Ping-Pong Club, 2, Home Room Director, 2-3, Bas-
ketball, 5-4, Field Hockey, 3-4, Marshal, 5-4, Sludent
Crier Typist, 5, Dramatic Club, 3, Hospitality Com-
mittee, 3, Nominating Committee, 3, Badminton Club,
Sec., 4, Co-Chairman Handbook Committee, 4, Re-
freshment Committee, Football Dance, 4, Club Com-
mittee, 4, june Philonzatb, 4, Usher, Graduation, 5,
Christmas Boxes, 4, Senior Play, 4, Honor Tenth.
She twirls a baton with greatest of ease,
And she plays love scenes as nice as you please,
She has definitely got what it takes,
A portrait of Mary is what this makes,
Boys' Gym Club, 5, Dance Club, 4.
Here is a lad for some nice lass,
He is a dancer with much class.
WILLIAM C. TOMKINSON fBil!, Towmyj
Model Airplane Club, 4.
Tommy and Charlie are quite a pair,
The Sunshine Dairy is their lair.
FRANCIS P. TOWNE
Intramural Basketball, 2-5-4.
When this artist goes to "Towne"
He has us all a-wondering-
Is he on the way to school,
Or is he just aawandering?
Field Hockey, 2, Marshal, 3-43 Stzzdefzl Crier Typist,
3, Sub-Deb Club, 3, Usher, Graduation, 33 Decorating
Committee, Graduation, 3, Badminton Club, 4, Chair-
man Refreshment Committee, Carnival, 4, Class Gift
Committee, 4, Basketball, 2.
Her clothes are like a fashion plateg
Neat and trim and smart,
Her hair will stay where it belongs,
But we can't see her heart.
MARIO LoUIs TREVELONI QTrevj
Italian Club, 2-4, Pres., 4, Construction Committee,
Carnival, 4, Intramural Basketball, 4.
That slick-haired lad,
Who never gets mad.
Louis PHILIP TROTTIER
Airplane Club, 2-3, Home Room Director, 5, Re-
freshment Committee, Jr. Prom, 31 Christmas Boxes, 4.
Louis works on wireless
just as much as he may,
For Louis knows he will be
A great success some day.
GRACE HAZEL TRYON
Travel Club, 3, Christmas Boxes, 3, Sub-Deb Club,
Chairman Program Committee, 4.
A girl to be admired-
Of work she's never tired,
And where it comes to "Eddie"-
Grace is always ready.
EDITH A. TULLIO
Sub-Deb Club, 3, Christmas Boxes, 3, Italian Club,
Florence and Edithathe perfect combination.
BARBARA ANN TWOMEY
Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Dramatic
Club, 2, Usher, Graduation, 3.
Barbie's learning how to drive,
She hit a tree, but she's still alive.
GLADYS ALEXINE TURNER
Dramatic Club, 2, Home Room Director, 2, Christ-
mas Boxes, 2-4, Usher, jr. Prom, 3, Typist Student
Publications, 2-3-4, Publicity, jr. Prom, 3, Chemistry
Club, Sec., 4, Refreshment Committee, Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Carnival, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4,
Highest Scholastic Honors.
Looks kind, doesn't she? Don't tell anyone, but she
captures helpless butterflies and preserves them.
GEORGE HERBERT TYNES, JR. fP1'0f6J'.f0l',
Christmas Boxes, 2, Dramatic Club, 33 Parliamen-
tary Law, 4.
All day George is engrossed in his dreams
Of how to make better soy beans.
ALICE MARY URBAN fBli1zj
Basketball, 2, Smdenl Crier Board, 2, Usher, Jr.
Prom, 3, Sludenl Crier Staff, 4, Italian Club, 4, Christ-
mas Boxes, 2-3-4.
When Blitz goes roller skating
She feels so very gay,
But after a few tumbles
That feeling flies away.
One of the chief trappers from the wilderness of
ANNA URSULA VELLA
Christmas Boxes, 2-3-4, Sludenf Crier Typist, 3,
Dramatic Club, 3, Library Service Club, 4, Badmin-
ton Club, 4.
Anna was never shy,
And that is why
We had so much fun with her,
In Framingham High.
JANE SHAW VIALL
Dramatic Club, 2-3-4, Christmas Boxes, 2, Music
Janie with her silver voice
Does make the echoes ring.
The angels in heaven give rapt attention
When jane begins to sing.
NORMAN EDWARD Voor fbnomzyj
Chemistry Club, 3-4, Boys' Gym Club, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball, 3, Patrol Committee, jr. Prom, 3,
Christmas Boxes, 4.
A quiet sort of boy-
Use your imagination-
Does he strive with mind and books,
To get an education?
PHYLLIS W. WALSH fPbil, Kzzoblyj
Christmas Boxes, 4, Basketball, 4, Senior-junior
Athletic Committee, 4.
From down South came Phil one clay,
And Bill and Don say she's here to stay.
RICHARD J. WALSH
Student Council, 2, Marshal, 2-3-4, Hockey, 2-3-4,
Capt., 4, Track, 4, Christmas Boxes, 3-4, Intramural
Basketball, 4, Assistant Technician, Senior Play, 4.
Handsome Dick of high fame!
Hockey is his middle name.
CONSTANCE ADELINE WARD
Lost and Found Committee, 3, Tennis, 3, Flower
Committee Graduation, 4, Marshal, 4, Girls' College
Club, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4, Field Hockey,
4, Carnival, 4, Quiz Contest, 4, Banquet Social Com-
mittee, 4, Picture Committee, 4, lune Pbilomatb, 4,
Publicity Committee, Senior Play, 4.
Connie had a marshal post,
She went to it every day,
She never missed a single time,
For that is Connie's way.
JAM ES PATRICK WARD
Student Council, 2-3-4, Pres., 4, Marshal, 2-4,
Public Speaking Club, 2-3-4, Class President, 2-3,
Sfudent Crier Staff, 3-4, Decorating Committee, jr.
Prom, 33 Patrol Committee, jr. Prom, 2, Intramural
Basketball, 4, Golf, 4, Dance Club, 2-3-4, Music
Committee, 4, Delegate to Student Council Conven-
tions, 3-4, General Committee, Carnival, 4, Vox Pop
Booth, Carnival, 4, Senior Picture Committee, 4,
Chairman Census Drive, 4, Quiz Contest, 4, Senior
Play Usher, 4, President, Eastern Division of Student
Councils of Massachusetts, 4, District Manager, Ad-
vertising Staff, School Publications, 3-4, Christmas
Boxes, 2-3-4, Graduation Decorating Committee, 2,
Auction, 3, Chairman, Entertainment Committee,
Spring Dance, 3, Senior Elections Chairman, 3, Hand-
book Committee, 3, Honor Tenth, Honors for Out-
standing Leadership and Service.
Who says "you can't have everything?" Take jim
for instance. . .
ELIZABETH HAZELTON WEBB fBe11yJ
Betty is a noisy gal,
She loves to talk, she loves to eat.
But you'l1 never find a pal,
Half as good or half as sweet.
JANET WATERS QRedJ
Girls' College Club, 2-3-4, Sec., 2, Student Council,
33 Patrol Committee, Football Dance and Spring
Dance, 3, Chairman Lost and Found Committee, 5,
Chairman Flower Committee, Graduation, 3, Chair-
man Refreshment Committee, Spring Dance, 31 Usher,
Jr. Prom. 53 Marshal, 4, Dramatic Club, 4, Carnival,
4, Quiz Contest, 4, Banquet Program Committee, 4.
Janet is a friend to everyone,
And she's always full of fun.
BARBARA MARY WELCH
Dramatic Club, 2, Christmas Boxes, 2, Hobby Club,
33 Girls' College Club, 4, Candy Girl, Senior Play, 4,
Lost and Found, 3, Field Hockey, 2-3.
Pleasant to all-
Although she's small,
We all fall
JAMES H. WELCH, JR.
Jim Welch never seems to tire
Of talking day nor night,
When he's in 338
He chars with all his might.
HARRY E. WELTON
Harry is on the track team,
A miler with plenty of steam.
Every time he runs a race,
He finishes, though not first place.
MARJORIE IRENE WHEET Ulla:-gej
Ping-Pong Club, 4.
Marge is cute, she's also serene,
She's what they call a Saxonville dream.
HELEN GERTRUDE WHITEHOUSE
Smderzl Crier Typist, 4, Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Helen and Win, the ideal pair,
And for each other they do care.
JOHN JOSEPH WHITE fll7laizzei-J
Football Mgr., 3, Marshal, 3-4, Patrol Committee,
Senior-Soph. Dance, 3, Intramural Basketball, 4.
Assistant Mayor of Framingham.
GRACE LEVERN WHITMAN
Soph-jr. Dramatic Club, 3-4, Basketball, 4, Public
Speaking Club, 4, Patrol Committee, Football Dance,
4, Quiz Contest, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Patrol Com-
mittee, Prom, 3.
Levern may be present bodily with the Class of '41,
but her heart belongs to '42,
Sub-Deb Club, 4.
F. H. S.'s answer to "Who Is Sylvia?"
SHELDON CHANEY WHITTEMORE QWIMQ
Baseball, 2-4, Current Events Club, 3, Chairman
Electrical Committee, Carnival, 4, Flying Club, 2-4,
Graduation Decorating Committee, 3, Intramural Bas--
ketball, 4, Honor Tenth.
The electrical wizard of F. H. S.
CORINNE CHARLOTTE WILBUR
College Club, 2, Home Room Director, 2, Hobby
Club, Sec., 3, Ticket Committee, Football Dance, 3,
Philomalh, 3-4, Usher, Graduation, 3, Marshal, 4,
Sub-Deb, Sec., 4, Decorating Committee, Senior-Soph.
Dance, 4, Decorating Committee, Football Dance, 4,
Christmas Boxes, 2-4, Prom Decorating Committee, 3.
She is sweet and fair
This modern blonde.
George Bliss is the one
Of whom she is fond.
RUTH ANN WILLARD
Camera Club, 2, Field Hockey, 2, Basketball, 3-4,
Sub-Deb Club, 3, Patrol Committee, Football Dance, 3,
Student Crier Typist, 4, Italian Club, Sec., 4, Hospi-
tality Committee, 4, Usher Senior-Soph Dance, 4,
Patrol Com., Football Dance, 4, Class Gift Commit-
Many a friend is captured
By Ruthie's cheery smile.
And everything that she does,
Is certainly worth while.
HELEN FRANCES WINCH QHo1zeyj
Dance Club, 2-4, Hobby Club, 2, Christmas Boxes,
2-4, Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Helen has that certain thing
That makes you want to sing and swing.
JANE D. WINTERS
Handbook Committee, 3, Lost and Found Commit-
tee, 3, Decorating Committee, jr. Prom, 3, Football
Dance Committee, 4, Publicity Committee, Senior
The only girl in Miss Hall's Hrst period English
class who did all of her homework all of the time.
FRANK P. Wooo Granby, Woodyj
Woody is a favorite, wherever he goes,
He always makes friends, never foes.
+A- THE PHILOMHTH
WILLIAM A. WOOD fBillj
Polite and friendly,
Kind and true,
That is Mr. Woods,
Bill to you.
KATHLEEN L. WOODWORTH
Sludent Crier Board, 2, Dramatic Club, 5-4, Usher,
Graduation, 3, Dance Club, 4.
"Oh, johnny," Kitty always did sing,
So on her linger he placed a ring.
VALERIE REID YEATON
Dramatic Club, 2.
Into the sea of marriage,
From out the bay of bliss,
Go sailing smoothly along
Fred and this charming miss.
ETI-IEL PRISCILLA WOODWORTII QP:-irj
College Club, 2, Sub-Deb Club, 4.
Pris is cute,
Pris is sweet,
As a friend
Pris can't be beat.
BERKELEY I. YOUNG
Boosters' Club, 3, Decorating Committee, jr. Prom,
3, Sub-Deb Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Berkeley as an artist
Is full of pride and joy,
She also feels the same way
About a certain handsome boy.
ALICE EVA YOUNG
Basketball, 3-4, Hobby Club, 3, Pbilormzlb and Slu-
dent Crier Staff, 4, Badminton Club, 4, Dramatic
Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4, Honor Tenth.
Alice knows all the answers,
She's never stuck for one,
Besides all this, she's mighty nice,
And heaps and heaps of fun.
MARY ELIZABETH YOUNG
Studenl Crier Board, 2-5, Ping-Pong Club, 2, Home
Room Director, 2, Decorating Committee, 2, Marshal,
3-4, Sub-Deb Club, Pres., 3, Chairman Decorating
Committee, Graduation, 3, Boosters' Club, 3, Spring
Dance Entertainment Committee, 3, Red Cross Drive,
3, Student Council, 4, Senior Play, 4, Dramatic Club,
4, Student Association Drive, 4, Senior Picture Com-
mittee, 4, Chairman Favor Stand Carnival, 4, Chair-
man Entertainment Committee, Football Dance, 4,
june Philonmih, 4, Prompter, Senior Play, 4, Toast,
Class Banquet, 4, Student Council, 3-4, Marshal, 3-4,
Dance Club, 2-3-4, Chairman, 3, Christmas Boxes,
2-5-4, Quiz Team, 4.
Mary is pretty,
Mary is cute,
She has plenty of boy friends,
And personality to suit.
DORA E. ZANELLA
Italian Club, 2-4, Chemistry Club, 3, Christmas
Wlien Dora rolls those big brown eyes
And pirouettes at drill,
lt isn't for the girls she struts,
But just for her own Bill.
ANTHONY JOSEPH ZICKELLA fZekej
Airplane Club, 4, Camera Club, 4, Intramural Bas-
Tony tries bowling,
Tony tries baking,
We wish him success
In his love making.
VIOLA MAY ZINCK Ufiy
Student Crier Board, 2, Girls' College Club, 23
Decorating Committee, Graduation, 3, Christmas
Boxes, 3, Sub-Deb Club, 43 Decorating Committee,
Senior-Sophomore Dance, 43 Properties Committee,
Senior Play, 4.
This is our Viola.
EMMA A. ZONAK
Basketball, 2-3, Sludenz Crier Board 2, Boosters'
Club, 33 Italian Club, 4, Christmas Boxes, 4.
Teresa Maschi's right-hand girl.
Gym Club, 2-3-4, Model Planes Club, 3, Christmas
Box Committee, 4.
Paul has gone to Hawaii-
He said to learn how to Hy,
But most of the time, we strongly suspect,
He-'ll not be found in the sky.
ROBERT JOSEPH KIMBALL
November 21, 1923 December 20, 1940
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Class Benefactor . Teresa Maschi James Ward
Best Athlete . . Harriet Blandin Theodore Hawkins
Most Popular . . Teresa Maschi James Ward
Most Friendly . Irene Buianowski Charles Alexander
Neatest . . Louise Tosti William Colonna
Quietest . Fxffgnlidiaiggnl Chester Hughes
Best Dancer . Irene Buianowski John Mangini
Faculty Joy . Audrey Hofmann Chester Hughes
Biggest Eater . . Eileen Otenti Francis Barley
Most Optimistic . Teresa Maschi Charles Alexander
. . . lVirginia Gahm iHugh Hunter
Most Pesslmlstlc ' lMargareta Peterson 1Jerome Ryan
Jolliest . . Irene Buianowski Joseph Ferro
Most Serious . . Hazel Eaton Chester Hughes
Best Looking . .
Wittiest . .
Best Actress .
Best Actor . .
Biggest Talker .
Biggest Gum Chewer . .
Sweetest . . .
Best Dressed . .
Most Likely to Succeed .
Most Pleasing Personality
Most Industrious .
Best Speaker . .
Class Artist .
Most Domestic .
S Richard Karb
2 Boyd MacKinnon
Tallest . . . Florence Hedberg Richard Saulnier
Shortest . . . Josephine Bengiovanni William Wood
THE PHILOMHTH -P-1165
Left to right-First Row: D. Merloni, D. Sullivan, J. Empey, B. York, E. Ferazzi, B. Cirioni, F. Chiudioni,
E. Fiorio, C. Sage, A. Napolitano, F. Zanella.
Second Row: B. Montenegro, D. Valentini, W. Bowen, J. Salak, E. Schell, C. Adams, J. Gormley, J. Ferro,
B. Jackson, J. Halpin, G. Bartoli.
Third Row: R. Clinton, R. Wallace, M. Sannicandro, B. Boynton, R. Lawson, J. J. Mahoney, D. Bell,
A. Belloli, E. Ferrari.
Fourth Row: M. Piccerillo, C. Davis, E. Sibson, W. Ryan, F. Meade, G. Mooney, A. Moleronek.
Fifth Row: J. Clopeck, Mgr., J. Mangini, D. Wiggin, J. King, F. Carini, I. Rocheford, A. Lowery, P. Bird
Sixth Row: Mr. Magoon. L. Geoghegan, Coaches Brooks, Lawson, Daniels, Mr. Hayes.
F. Kimball, T. Hawkins, R. Clinton, R. Fair, R. Jackson, D. Kinsman, J. Gormley, C. Adams, J. Halpin, A.
Piccerello, A. Ferrari, E. Belbusti, T. George, R. Saulnier, S. Whittemore, H. Morris, D. Wiggin, R. Yeaton,
C. Gardner, L. Markowski, J. St. Andre, F. Carini, Coach Lawson, Coach Daniels, Mr. Hayes.
554. THE PHILOMHTH
Left to Right. First Row: K. Giacomuzzi. E. G. Parker, D. Murphy, F. McCann, R.
Furbush, E. Sibson. B. Montenegro.
Second Row: R. Whittemore, J. Yurewicz. M. Ablondi, J. Hannagan, F. Woods, R. Lee.
E. Fiorio, D. Bell.
Third Row: S. Piso, R. Sullivan. Coaches Brooks and Lawson, E. Fletcher, J. Clopeck.
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Joan Balch, Jean Harper.
Back Row, Left to Right: Audrey Hofmann, Manager, Diantha Seaman, Nancy Wood-
ward, Lena Belloli, Janice Woodward, Jean Anthony, Miss Thelma Stiles.
D. Sullivan, F. Kimball, C. Sage, R. Walsh. R. Clinton. C. Mitchell, Mr. Magoon, HF Cun-
ningham. M. Boynton. H. Leach, R. Jackson. C. Adams. R. Lawson. W. Wallis, A. Scribner,
R. Senecal, J. Mangini, E. G. Parker, J. McKenzie. E. Guardiani, S. Greeley. G. Robertson,
M. Shephard, J. Clopuck, M. Brenner, E. Brandolini, G. Twombly, P. Brodeur, R. Yeaton,
R, Avery, D. Flood.
Kneeling, Left to Right: J, Mangini, J. Liberatore, V. D'Angelo.
Standing, Left to Right: F. Pew, T. Ward, J. Luby, Manager, R. Chandler, Captain
I. Dershowitz, Coach Riordan.
A Front Row: S. Viall, C. Bracken, J. Shaughnessy, S. Greeley, H. Perlmutter, F. Cam-
pion, M. Waldron. .
Back Row: Mr. Lundberg, R, Tepfer, J. Antul, R. Lawson, R. Karb, W. Wallis, J.
Dunn, A. Fronda.
Left to Right, First Row: M. Milligan, R. Maplebeck, M. McLaughlin, R. Collins, M.
Tobin, A. Callahan, June Lynch, Joan Lynch, P. Walsh.
Second Row: Mr. Magoon, M. Peck, I. Ayoob, J. Woodward, D. Hart, P. Duffy, Capt.,
E. Falconi, B. Alspaugh, S. Mason, L. Leveille, Miss Stiles. U - L
Third Row: A. Hofmann, Mgr., V. Fair, Ass't Mgr., J. Donnelly, R. Pepi, D. Chiappim,
M. Genesio, V. Montenari, P. Abbott, E. Guerra, V. Boyle, V. Gahm, Mgr.
F. Chiudioni, T. Hawkins, E. Schell, D. Kinsman, E. Ferazzi, J. Gormley, D. Langley, Mr. Magoon, N. Hart-
nett, E. Fiorio, J. Halpin. D. Saulnier, J. Fedolfi, R. Chandler, J. Salak, K. Giacomuzzi. S. Toczydlawski,
Coach Daniels, W. Montgomery. D. Guernieri, R. Whittemore, T. George, G. York, J. McManus, W. Ryan,
B. Wenzell, J. Dalton, D. Tomb, C. Hickson, D. Wiggin.
QContinued from page 75
glider. On May 9 in Nevins Hall, the or-
chestra, band, and boys, and girls, glee
clubs gave a combined concert, with Mr.
Thompson conducting. There was an
excellent attendance at the affair, the first
of its kind ever attempted by the school.
On the following Friday, the whole stu-
dent body produced a most successful
Carnival. The success of this great under-
taking was due, in no small part, to the
fine advertising of the Boosters' Club. All
through the year, we enjoyed the benefits
of the public-address system realized as a
result of the class gifts of '38 and ,4O, and
a contribution of the school department.
President Gray of Bates paid us a visit in
the early spring, to present to the school a
cup won by three of the members of last
year's graduating class. Joan Clopeck,
Dorothy Yates and Elaine Bush had con-
tinued their highest scholastic accomplish-
ments at Bates.
We as a class have been more or less of
a windy venture, in with the hurricane and
out with the draft. The rush of graduation
activities finds us at this our Class Night.
If we can remember the words of Presi-
dent Gray, and if we practice the lesson
they teach, we cannot help being a credit
to our school, our teachers, our parents,
and our country. President Gray said:
"The best way in which we can aid the
Government in this national emergency is
by doing the ordinary, humdrum, and
often uninteresting duties of life, daily,
and with as little complaint as possible."
james Luby, ,41.
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