Framingham State University - Dial Yearbook (Framingham, MA)

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Q , A832 :TVN 'L s34H'5mu.""f!kH!!.Y1 1. .sv 1 ' 'L 'fxgfj x- ,ff V' 5 'i,.2.1Q. 2 1 ' ARCHIVES Framingham Statue 009090 Framingham, umssacnusmas F RA M IN G H A M STATE COLLEGE WHITTEMGRE LIBRARY N III mg TEACHERS couzti ERANIINGHAN, MASSACHUSETTS EDITOR CHARLOTTE KING BUSINESS MANAGERS EDNA MCCONAGHY RUTH ROTHBERG 1 Q 4 Q I I I I 1 I 4, -xv ar 1 Z FOREWORD in a year marineci with uncertainty and change we present this annual-a pattern For a diversity of memories-our attempt to permanently preserve those things which have become increasingiy dear to us. V.'I'ITmii"' 1' 'H r me, P1 4, . a ., . .,.LQ.i.'..A..R.Y aminj 4 Sits Czilage i , . 1 Framinggarzi .Massachusetts , V . 1' IA, A z ENTRANCE TO HORACE MANN HALL -L. DEDICATION With sincere appreciation and affection we dedicate our annual to Miss Ruth H. Carter. Epitomizing the best in leadership, friendliness, and understanding, she has been a true class advisor to us. Though we shall perhaps remember her best in the trim uniform of the A. R. P. of our senior year, we shall not forget her capable assistance throughout our four years at Framingham. DWIGHT HALL QAM S My 1 .., ...Wg HW nr W4 I . v A UF" ,R- . ,J A 4 -K 174. .,5. fy ,I 4:5 X, D " .4- -A fa ,,. A K., w. . 1,1 197' r MARTIN F. O'CONNOR, AB., Ed.M Horace Mann Hall, Framingham President v l Dean . fa' 5 "Qi EDITH A. SAVAGE B.S. State Street, Framingham a2g'ff'r'.:,:x , Kerr' , . LINWOOD L. WORKMAN A.B., Ed.M. 17 Church Street, Framingham Sociology, Economics, Child Study, Registrar FLORENCE AMlDON 29 Pleasant Street, Framingham Clothing, Textiles SARA M. ARMSTRONG A.B., A.M. 170 State Street, Framingham Psychology CATHERINEB BROSNAN 16 Rittenhouse' Road, Worcester Clothing, Textiles ELEANOR F. CHASE B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 45 Highland Street, Amesbury Chemistry MURIEL CABOT BUCKLEY RUTH H- CARTER B.S. BS., M.E. 11 Orchard Street, Belmont 255 Worcester Road, Clothing, Textiles Framingham MILLICENT M. COSS A.B., B.S., MS. 164 State Street, Framingham Clothing, Textiles, Household Arts Education Reading Methods, English American Literature, Current Literature uf ' ,...,-if' SARAH S. CUMMINGS A.B., M.A. 35 Cambridge Road, Woburn History 5. .-f1,4:w,gg,i, , CHARLES DONER 43 Scotland Road, Reading Handwriting STUART B. FOSTER B.S., A.M., Ph.D. 1 Maynard Road, Framingham Chemistry aim LUCILLE G. FRENCH M.A. 50 Jaclcson Road, West Medford Head of Household Arts Department MAUDE B. GERRITSON B.S., A.M. 9 Church Street, Framingham English Composition, Literature .. . ...,,., ?ia-5 EDWARD F. GILDAY, JR. B.S., M.A. 21 Moulton Road, Framingham Center Music 1 . V A ' l 2 S, A .-: ""Q . . -QA' -X ' l 1 s s S CORINNE E. HALL ElggVllixk1HIfsLESTL A.B. M.A. . ., . ., . . groclcerhHIall, 101 State Street, 27 Kellogg Street, Framingham raming am enter Household Administration, Practice Microbiology, Biology, Science Teaching Methods V- . -.. ..., T 2 we I fini" I Q ? 1- -.W l l V l . A ' RUTH R. HERRING EMMA A. HUNT LOUISE KINGMAN AB., M.A. A.B., M.A., M.A.C. 19 Appleby Road, Wellesley 45 Rochester Road, Newton 30 Henry Street, Framingham Speech, Physical Education, Art Education Physiology, Hygiene, General Dfamatics Science f Q DOROTHY LARNED l-OU l-OMBARD A.B., M.A. BS. 149 Highland Avenue 108 W00dfld92 Avenue Winchester Silver SpI'lI1gS, French, Englighl Ethics Resident Supervisor, Vocational Household Arts i i A, gj i . , AAL "V" W . MARIQN A, LUSK ELlZABETH C. MacMILLAN B.S., M.S. B-5-, M-PM 75 Maynard Road, Framingham 2386 Arizona Avenue An Education Santa Monica, Cal. Lunchroom Management Household Management 7. , , . r, .. Qi ef i 'il ' 1 is mile jr? i- 5i5iii'i-if 'C GLADYS F. PRATT A.B., M.A. 9 Spring Street, Westfield Librarian dl LOUIE G. RAMSDELL Ph.B., M.S. 9 Church Street, Framingham Geography DEBORAH M. RUSSELL J- QESTER RUST B.S., AM. - -I 54-M- 4 Hudson Street, Worcester E5 Mayhnard Road Chemistry, Nutrition rammg am Foods ANNE ROCHEFORT B.S., M.A. 35 Salem End Road, Framingham Education, Mathematics aft MARJORIE SPARROW AB, M.A. 1140 Boylston Street Chestnut Hill English ' 4 JAMES B. SULLIVAN BERNICE W. TAYLOR A.B., M.S. BS., M.A. 15 Belvedere Road, Framingham 1431 Broadway Street, Haverhill Biology, Bacteriology, Physics Physical Education illi R' A 5 , , i 1 -2 luu -. Q-if R ' 'J 1 V - A lllllr df -W 'R 1 5 EW A i',, f Q .r iw 3 g y MAY C. TURNER EVELYN W. KEITH FLORENCE l. ROBBINS BS., M.A. BS. R.N. 75 Maynard Road, Framingham Greendale Station, Worcester 132 Main Street, Avon Foods Matron, Pierce Hall, Institutional Resident Nurse, Instructor of Home Management Hygiene and Care of Sick , url V JULIA CLIFFORD ANNIE L. D. SWAN 1200 Massachusetts Avenue Matron, Horace Mann Hall Cambridge Assistant Matron, Peirce Hall 25: x fs' 1: 1 'Y ., , .f 2 MRS. ELEANQR BQWE5 MRS. CHARLES DICKENSON MILDRED J. IVASKA Webster Street Framingham 1063 Worcester Road 87 Pritchard Avenue genie, Clerk ' Framingham West Somerville Junior Clerk Principal Clerk JONATHAN MAYNARD SCHOOL TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY Though away from our campus itseli, the Training School, on the village green at Framingham Center, is an integral part of our college. Here are instilled rn both Ele mentary and Household Arts students, as practice teachers, the high educational standards we strive to uphold in our profession. Lena Cushing School-154 Maynard Road, Framingham Home-27 Fellows Street, Danvers, Mass. Ali-:e E. Joyce 66 Pleasant Street, Framingham, Mass. Bertha C. Hall School-43 Adams Road, Framingham Home-45 Boyden Street, Worcester Mary L. Count Brown Street, Wellesley Hills Robinette Ward 355 Broolc Street, Framingham Mary P. Long 15 Reynolds Avenue, Natick Ruth S. Dennett 55 Main Street, Framingham Louise F. Thacher School-29 Pleasant Street, Framingham Home-15 Action Street, Wollaston Marguerite F. Marshall 67 Pleasant Street, Holliston B. Hazel Davis 140 Union Avenue, Framingham Mary J. Donahue School-49 CIarIc Street, Framingham Home-New Ipswich, N. H. Florence M. Coolc 6 Vernon Street, Framingham Principal Grade 8 Grade 7 Grades 6 and 7 Grade 6 Grade 5 Grade 4 Grade 4 Grade 3 Grades 2 and 3 Grades 1 and 2 Grade 1 4 Ai PILLARS ON THE TERRACE I T 1 ? 4 HORACE MANN DRIVE E IZ IN IH!! S IS E 4 1 1 1 1111111 1 "1'.11 1 11 ,. 1 11. 1 '. 1 - 1 1. , k 1V ,I 1 1 1111 '111. .11 1 1 U W.,N ,N R11-:1.1.. . 1. 14-.1 . 11 ' 11 :1",f' 1' 4 1 Q 13' '1 L , if 'fi 13 -72 3. V . --'f"vY'M11.1."1'l 1 ' "QI j 1- 11 11 1Xv711'fr,1f1 . ,.. ' , -1.1 -1 -A ,1,1., 'E 1 ,,1 .,11 V, ..1. 11.1.41 Y ,1 P3-1111. - -115 1. V1 wh. .,..,111,'. 1' .,.!1 1 1,1I1.t.-Xu 11 1 1 1 1. 1 4 1 '1.f.'1 "ey ' L ": 11: x 1-11" I I 1' I' 1 1 , N.. 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'f 1 .1-11 . , .1,, ' '.1'.1 1 U... -, ' I 1"1-s 1 1 D11 'v UH, 1 1 4. 11. .r 1 N141 1 .11, . r 1 - 1 11 .11,1 1 . 11. .1 ,141 iff f !..1. l 1,1- I 1 , 1 1111 11 11 Emily Climo, President Anna Eclcer, Vice-President Charlotte Lane, Secretary Margaret Clare, Treasurer A M 1 'T' il" N Q' " we 4 if ' N A A ,l4i mmf-S in CLASS OFFICERS HISTORY Framingham State Teachers College was an exciting and unfamiliar place to Susan Smith and Priscilla Logan that September day in 1938, as they looked eagerly around at the campus, its summer calm broken: a chaotic scene of departing parents, strangers milling about and upperclassmen calling greetings to one another across the green oval in front of Dwight Hall, where the two girls had met a few minutes before. The first maze of activities that marked Registration, and the bewildering events of the days that followed brought Priscilla and Susan more closely together in a friendship that grew with their years at college. Sue enrolled as an Elementary, commuting student, and Priss became an H. A. with a room in Peirce Hall. The senior-freshman sing in Horace Mann living room that first Saturday evening, the now historic hurricane that swept across the campus late the following Wednesday, leaving buildings, trees, and even students somewhat shattered, the odd socks, pigtails, shower towels worn toga fashion, and huge name-placards of Initiation Week, the Senior Tea for the freshmen in the midst of that hectic week when senior sisters became again for a brief time those friendly, sympathetic oracles who had aided the two girls during Registration, the club drives, new acquaintances, and classes-all these jumbled together formed the two girls' remembrances of their first autumn at the college. They thrilled to the music of the Hampton Singers and went-gaily, if a bit un- certainly-to Harvard-Yale Week-end fthe Mock-Man Dance, the hockey game, basketball, and the alumnae matchj. By Christmas, with can everwidening circle of friends among their classmates, the upperclassmen, and the faculty, Priss and Sue felt, although almost unaware of the emotion, that they "belonged" at Framingham. After Mid-Years, which proved to the two that all play and no work did indeed make "Jill a dull girl," they drew a long breath and plunged into their second semester's work with the firm resolve-all too soon broken-really to do some studying every night. Because the Assembly Hall was closed for repairs after the hurricane, a Fine Arts Costume Ball, held off campus, replaced the annual Fine Arts Play. Stunt Night also had to be postponed until the following year. Spring brought to Priss and Sue the unforgettable memory of the Sophomore May Day chapel, when, against the background of the spruces of Chalmers Theater and the soft pastels of daintily gowned attendants, classmates, and former May Queens, the lovely sophomore May Queen was crowned with a wreath of flowers, and seated on a red and gold throne. Pops, finals, a goodbye-and the freshman year at college was finished. We play and sing,-at Harvard-Yale,-at Senior Class Night. Sue and Priss returned to Framingham the following September, greeted their friends of the previous year, and with a little more dignity and self-assurance began their sophomore year. They cheered their classmates and laughed at the faculty at the Student Coop Field Day in mid-October. Their first A'Kempis formal in December left them a bit breathless, later they applauded madly at Stunt Night, when their class presented Ferdinand the Bull in a gay Spanish fiesta. Preparations for May Day crowded swiftly on the heels of Stunt Night, but the early and efficient planning by the class with faculty advisor, Miss Carter, made the tremendous amount of worlc involved an exciting, instead of hectic affair. Sue toolc the part of Thoreau, and Priss was Mrs. Emerson in a play depicting May Day in Concord in the 187O's. Their class was honored to have as a guest during the pageant, Mrs. Eliza Williams Porter, the oldest living graduate of the school. After the excitement of May Day, life at school seemed monotonous. Final exams brought their own par- ticular stimulus, however, and closed the second year of life at Framingham. Another September, and Sue and Priss were once again caught up in the familiar whirl of activities on the hill. Their class began the now-accepted custom of Junior Week-end, a time for fun and comradeship, ending with a brealcfast after church on Sunday morning. Armed with lesson plans and illustrative material, and with no little trepidation in their hearts, the two went forth presently to teach in practice classes: Sue to the Training School for eight weelcs, and Priss at various schools in nearby towns for a full semester. Following their exams in January, when both girls attempted to cram four months' studying into four nights' time, Priss entered Croclcer for house practice. Stunt Night in 1941 was memorable, for the junior class won the coveted award with a cabaret slcit, including the old Turlcey Trot and the newest Rhumba. ln June there was the Prom with Peirce Hall dining room transformed into an old-fashioned garden. Then that year, too, was gone. 9, 5 4, When September, 1941 came, Sue and Priss were seniors. It was now their turn to malce things a little easier and a little happier for the bewildered freshmen, except during initiation Weelc when they assumed the traditional lordly and condescending air toward the lowly creatures. Freshmen Court had never seemed so amusing as it did during the trial of "senior sister" Mr. Sullivan, fwho had entered Framingham the same We become Teachers of Tots, Domestic Scientists, Kitchen Mechanics. year as Sue and Prissj for ignoring his "freshman sister," Dr. Haertl, fwho entered that falll. The sporting manner in which both "sisters" accepted the penalties of the jury won not only the chuckles but the admiration of all the students. Now that Sue and Priss were seniors, they were beginning to realize how com- pletely Framingham had become a part of them. How difficult to believe that for the last time as undergraduates they were attending field day, the dances, the Fine Arts Club play, this year combined with the Home Ec Club's Pan-American Bazaar in a gala evening program, and the Monday assemblies, at which many fascinating speakers brought to the girls information and forecasts of world-wide trends and events. December 'I and the bombing of Pearl Harbor suddenly plunged the girls into events which, before, they had merely discussed like any other academic problem. The Christmas vacation saw them saying goodbye to brothers and friends who had been called to their country's defense. On their return to college, the girls did their part by taking defense courses to prepare them for work in canteens, motor corps units, and air warden stations. Miss Carter, now Lieutenant Carter, was the organizer and director of the defense course at school. Priss joined Miss Robbins' First Aid Class and later helped in teaching this first aid knowledge to the others in the regular defense course. Sue was appointed air raid warden in her home district. ln their regular classes both girls studied harder and with a more definite purpose. Sue went out again for eight more weeks of teaching and Priss went to Boston on Wednes- days for the dispensary course. The few remaining months of college life sped by, with their poignant memories of the Senior Prom, held in April, of tree planting, a last May Day chapel, the daisy chain in the dusk in front of Horace Mann, Baccalaureate Sunday, and finally graduation. Although loath to leave their Alma Mater and the friends they had made there, and facing a much different world from that which they had planned on four years before, Sue and Priss felt ready and anxious to carry out the plans only partially formulated when as freshmen that had first chosen Framingham to be their college. As they walked slowly around the green oval in front of Dwight Hall, they felt a seriousness and maturity that they had not experienced that first September day when they had met there. But they were not really leaving, for wherever they went, they would always carry a part of Framingham with them. Alice Hughes Rose Cooney We fancy ourselves as cosmopolitan shoppers,-accomplished thespians. N ,X gf. 'H i 5 'is' ,. ,. ' im- ? e "-Mx... , had ..., 4' - , 'gr J- M Qi ,mu . fe,-that I . ' 'pw ' , J ., KM jg,w1,i.f.:f,f fQ , 'L 1 .5 ., ' I ' ' . . avvvtz b , 'iv-.V 'IJ-ki -, Q 15' QM .f ' .fm 11- . . .Q , , , ,4.......::.'f. i, ,, . MISS MOIRA SULLIVAN-Honorary Member, Class of 1964 1 MR. JAMES B. SULLIVAN-Honorary Member, Class of 1942 HOUSEHOLD ARTS Map' mm ,, ' -,fn fe.- ,,. J , 5,212.2 'ji' V V , - f ,.,. . 4. V ,van 52: 4 W A 4 1 2 ., MARY SARAH ELIZABETH ADDISON "Betty" 141 Fellsway West, Medford January 17 Nutrition A. A. 1, 3,4 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 2 Stunt Night Chairman 4 A heart of gold, a sense of humor, and a great love of dancing-Betty displays her histrionic abilities equally well as actress, directress, or playwright. ETHEL P. ANDERSON "Andy" 17 Euclid Avenue, Worcester December 7 General Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 4 , Whether it be classics or swing-Andy is never phased as a pianist or composer. A shy unassuming manner sometimes hides her accomplish- ments but never her friendliness and keen sense of humor. RUTH BENNETT 2 Franklin Avenue, Natick November 2 Nutrition Quiet and Order Committee 1 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 1,2,4 General Chairman of Freshman Tea 4 Yale Basketball 3 The secret of Ruth's charm lies in her naturalness. Happy-go-lucky by nature, she can be depended on to do her tasks with an amazing lack of fuss. Ruth's favorite sport is skiing. MARIE MARGARET BRADY 72 Fairfax Road, Worcester May 28 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Shining auburn hair, laughing Irish eyes, and a cheerful mien-Marie's genial manner has won her hosts of friends. Her favorite pastimes are bowling and dancing, her partiality red-headsf her allergy floppy ears. IRENE M. BRENNAN 33 Willis Street, Dorchester November 14 General A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 1, 2 The heart of gaity, the soul of chatter, you can never predict what Irene is going to do next. She is frank and confiding and although acting on impulse never seems to regret her actions. ALTA P. CAMPBELL "Al" 3A Fairview Street, Roslindale May 23 Nutrition Fine Arts 1, 2, 3 Home Economics Club 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4 Commuters' Council 2 President of Crocker 3 Gate Post Staff 4 Dependable-Alta has an untiring perseverance and vivacity to see her through. She has many friends-perhaps because she herself is inter- ested in so many people. MARY LOUISE CAVANAUGH "Lou" 59 Boylston Street, Fitchburg May 10 General A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 3 Treasurer of Horace Mann Hall 3 While others talk-Louise acts. Extremely neat, she is meticulous about details, doing what she does well. CELIA F. CHACE "Ce" Pearse Road, Swansea March 18 Nutrition Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 Ce's shining flaxen braids themselves bespeak a quiet benign manner. She feels deeply-is a sympathetic and understanding friend. a ff ,f" 11 ,2 ' V is , ' 1 ' 0 49 4- 8 kff. V 3,3 fm, . X 4 A P f f X I ga' .af J 'A 3 f I ' .6 M 1 ' f . '41 f f .J A ff ' .. f X? fa! ge! M I ff 0 f f ff? ff 'ga f W S at V. Q 4 A ,A 1, r' , f M ' 2 ? ' , ,Z f ff cf. , . , ' I' C X f qyy , f f f 4 -' , - Q il: if- s M, . J . .42 ,fs ,f -11.32" Q61-' ' Q1g:f5'.? f ,rf . .- 1 ' Lf ' f ' y..-,fi x y, 1 .1 RUTH CHAPUT "Ruthie"," Chaputie" 202 Beech Street, Holyoke November 5 General Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2 Chapel pianist 3, 4 Library Council 1 Enthusiastic, with an infectious smile and an unwavering love of dancing -especially South American-Chaputie will live in our memories in the music she has made part of our lives at Framingham. NORMA O. CLAY "Terry" 434 Corduit Street, New Bedford July 28 Nutrition Secretary of Class 1 May Day Attendant 2 Spirit of Spring 3 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4 Attractive, well-mannered, poised-Framingham has been well repre- sented by Terry at many activities here and outside. She is extremely loyal to her friends and school. EMILY CLIMO 10 Franklin Street, Wakefield August 13 General Chemistry Council 2, 3, Vice President 3 Stunt Night Chairman 3 Vice-President of Class 3, President of Class 4 Harvard Basketball 3, 4 Modern Dance 2, 4 A. A. 4 S. A. B. F. 3, 4 Possessed with boundless energy and innumerable talents, Emily goes after what she wants and gets it. Her manner is brisk, pleasant, and very simply effective. ROSE MARIE COONEY Fenwick Street, Framingham August 24 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 2 Reporter for Framingham News 3, 4 Class Historian 4 A keen mind with a special knack for doing things with words-Rose was responsible for our local college publicity and was known on our campus as "Miss French's able man Friday." KATHLEEN COSTELLO "Kay" A 9 Rambler Road, Jamaica Plain January 30 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4 Fine Arts 2, 3, Play 2 , A. A. 1, 2, 3, Yale Basketball 1, 3, Yale Hockey 2 I A A Petite with an unusual store of energy-Kay epitomizes in name and , I 'X appeaiance the characteristics ol the "wearers of the green." JOSEPHINE CRONIN "Jo" 10 Mount Guyot Street, North Brookfield March 5 General A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 3, 4 Good natured, friendly-Jo's greatest trial has been inevitably playing the role of the man in all our school productions. No one has had greater fun at it, though, then she. KATHLEEN DOYLE "Kay" 57 Florence Street, Worcester February 22 Nutrition A'Kempis 3 Chemistry Council 4 An Irish colleen with striking blue-black hair and an infectious giggle- Kay's charm lies in her friendliness. ANNA ECKER 16 Charles Street, Belmont April 23 19 - Nutrition Class Vice-President 4 Ring and Pin Chairman, Cap and Gown Chairman 4 -- Dial Staff, Subscription Manager 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 3 Quiet and Order Committee 4 Capably assuming all the responsibilities of being our class business 3 44 +V - :'n, ' -t ,- .tr Q .A Q We ,hw 4 .V woman, Anna has proved dependable and conscientious. She is un- waveringly sincere and a friend much to be sought after. S5 SUSAN ELLERY "Sue" Pine Dell, Annisquam April 11 General Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Earnest, industrious, and reliable-Sue is the "right arm" of the Art Department with her skill in printing. EVELYN ELLIS 745 Washington Street, Wellesley January 9 Nutrition Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 4 Calm and unruffled, Evelyn goes about her work in a quiet steady manner. She is dependable and most capable. AMY EMILY EPSTEIN 7 Fotller Road, Mattapan May 29 Nutrition Home Economics 4 With a crowning halo of glorious red hair, the envy of her classmates, Amy does not have the characteristic hot temper. She is grand company and an excellent dancer. HELEN E. FISKE School Street, Upton February 8 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 1 Fine Arts 2 Yale Hockey 4 A busy little person and a true student with a boundless curiosity, she can always be found somewhere asking someone a question that requires a real answer. SHIRLEY HUNNEWELL FITTS "FIit," "ShirI" 39 Baker Street, Foxboro July 23 Nutrition Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2 An excellent seamstress, a hard worker-Shirl always has time for fun. To conversation she supplies the witty bits that make her such excellent company. JEANETTE M. GRAY "Jan" Coolidge Street, Sherborn June 8 Nutrition Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 1 Fond of discussions, Jeanette spends much time in debating any point with anybody. She has a real sense of humor, a pleasing disposition and no end of social accomplishments. BLOSSOM RUTH GURWITZ 151 Providence Street, Worcester May 1 3 Nutrition Home Economics Club 3, 4 A clear thinker with ability in writing and speaking those same thoughts. Blossom may always be depended on-she's true to her word as well as being a true friend. KATHERINE F. HAGGBLOM "Kay" 42 Cranch Street, Quincy September 13 Nutrition House President 2, Student Coop 2 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, Treasurer 2 Judiciary Board 3 General Chairman Class Day 4 Literary Editor, Dial 4 Senior Advisor 4 Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 A combination of race sentimentalit reserve ood taste talent -a 3 , Y 9 passion for Claude Thornhill and a tall nian. I I I LOUISE HANNANT "Lou" 312 Main Street, Easthampton December 6 General Home Economics Club 1, 4 Y. W. C. A. 4 An earnest and industrious student-a sincere and helpful friend, Lou's thoughtfulness has endeared her to everyone living in Peirce Hall. ANGELA MARIE HOEY 15 Catalpa Street, Worcester .luly 9 Y Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Seemingly quiet and reserved Angela is always ready to go places, delighting in doing the extraordinary. Though her interests are wide and varied they definitely center about Worcester Tech. RITA M. HOLLAND 6 Beaufort Road, Jamaica Plain December 8 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 2, 3 Nonchalant, casual--an exterior of laughter covering the more serious side of responsibility and loyalty. Few know Rita as she really is. HELEN CHARLOTTE KEOUGH 132 George Street, Medford January 1 Nutrition A'Kempis Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4 A. A. 4, Yale Basketball 4 Glee Club 4 Editor of Freshman Handbook 4 Quiet and Order Committee 4 Gracious and charming in manner, original in thought, and most adept at dancing-Helen is one of our most enthusiastic classmates. I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I i I I i I ! i I I I I l i 1 I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I CHARLOTTE MARION KING "Charlie" 2 Brooks Street, Maynard July 28 General Home Economics 1, 2, 3 A. A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice President 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Government 4, Quiet and Order Committee 2 Senior Advisor 4 Dial, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4 Yale Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, CBPIGIH 3 A pleasing combination of grace, refinement, and good breeding- Charlie has a diversity of accomplishment and interests. She is versatile, capable, sincere, with a depth of understanding that can find great happiness even in little things. RITA LAMBERT 41 Beechwood Road, East Braintree February 21 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Yale Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 An unlimited capacity for being interested in everyone she meets, boundless energy and vitality, and a grand disposition not in keeping with her red hair, make up Rita our star athlete. MARGUERITE R. LANE "Midge" 311 Park Street, West Roxbury December 16 Clothing A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 1, 2 A carefree smile, laughing eyes, and a friendly manner-Midge will try anything once. More than a little of an artist she possesses that much sought after quality-adaptability. KATHERINE LYNCH "Kay" 11 Whitfield Road, West Somerville .lune 22 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Nutntlon Home Economics 1, 4 'lndividual, sophisticated, poised-Kay has an easy going amiability and a S2112 of humor. Her weaknesses are Gary Cooper and yellow con- verti es. MARJORIE MacMICHAEL "Marge" 43 Saunders Road, Lynn February 25 General Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 3 Fine Arts 1, 2 Y. W. C. A. 4 A heart of gold and a cheerful disposition-Marge can be depended upon to appreciate any semblance of humor. EDNA McCONAGHY "Mac" 278 Whitwell Street, Quincy March 14 Nutrition Class Treasurer 2 Harvard Basketball 2 Comptroller class and club accounts 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Associate Business Manager of Dial 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Advisor 4 A compelling perseverance and determination that makes any goal attainable-Mac does her work and does it well. She has an individual inmectious laughter, appreciates humor, and has an unerring sense of va ues. MARGARET M. McPHERSON 221 Linwood Avenue, Newtonville August 12 Nutrition A'Kempis 1, 2, 3 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 3, 4 Jolly-never downhearted-she beats out a mean measure as a drummer- girl where she really excels. MARGARET MELIA "Peggy" 23 Bradfield Avenue, Roslindale July 8 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 4 A. A. 3 Student Government 3 Peggy can always be depended upon to have her work done. With a merry smile and glowing enthusiasm she is a welcome addition to any group. ELIZABETH MERCER "Betty" 96 Warren Road, Framingham October 30 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2 Y. W. C. A. 1 Pleasant and full of fun-Betty can always take time out to have a good time. Easy going-she manages to get therejwithout a worry. VIRGINIA MITCHELL "Ginny" 18 Mendum Street, Roslindale April 18 Nutrition A. A. 1 A'Kempis 2, 4 Home Economics 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Full of little philosophies, Ginny's manner is modest and unassuming. She has a trim figure, pretty, soft hair, and good taste in clothes-a picture of good grooming. VIRGINIA GERTRUDE MORIATY 11 Wall Street, Worcester October 18 General A'Kempis 4 Home Economics 4 Mouth bubbling with laughter, eyes gurgling with happiness, her con tagious Irish charm has endeared her to all of us. RUTH MURPHY 590 Weld Street, West Roxbury March 20 General A'Kempis 1, 2 A. A. 1 Home Economics 4 The quiet exterior of this demure miss conceals fro'n the casual observer all the mischief and pep which she possesses and which only become evident when you know her. at Qs P' U ' l' 5,1 4 , .rj .c "f I '... 5 'l i" ' - gil, 'A 43" 1 ' Q waf- 32", ,no-vb. W0 RUTH A. NEUHART "Ruthie" 154 Newbury Street, Lawrence March 10 Nutrition Student Cooperative 2, 4, Class Representative 2 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3 Glee Club 4 House President 2, 4 Gate Post Staff 4 A rare combination of effervescence, sentimentality, wisdom, and popular songs-deep inside, a tremendous loyalty. PRISCILLA NICKERSON Leominister Road, Sterling March 25 Nutrition Chemistry Council 4 Will and Prophecy 4 Capable and efficient, she does her school work and a great many small jobs on the side with seeming ease. Priscilla's culinary abilities are almost famous. VIRGINIA LILIA OLDACH 195 Union Avenue, Framingham July 9 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 4 A yen for the tropics and a passion for Cugat and rhumbas-Lilia is a tailored miss, loyal, and always to be depended upon. PRISCILLA PATEY "Prilly" 14 Morrill Place, East Lynn February 10 Nutrition Fine Arts 1, Play 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 3 Chemistry Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4 Dial Club Editor 4 A wee little mite with a great intellect, an absorbing interest in philosophy and a passion for Tchailcowslcy. Pril's unusual-She really thinks. ELIZABETH PENROSE "Penny" 140 Union Street, Mansfield September 4 Nutrition Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Cabinet 3 Home Economics 1, 2 Chemistry Council 3 No one would look for a new Penny with the old one around. She shines with friendliness and loyalty-particularly a loyalty toward all that is English. AMY PORTER 94 Brook Street, East Holliston April 17 General A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Harvard Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 Home Economics 4 Y. W. C. A. 4 A good sport-not only on the field but in all of life. Amy is genuine, sincere, and she always wears a characteristic shy smile. LOUISE E. RICHARDSON "Lou" 496 Swains Pond Avenue, Melrose March 3 Nutrition A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Basketball 2, 4, Yale Hockey 3 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 With a sparkling smile against a delectable tan, Lou is athletic, popular, and an all round good sport. EVELYN SPARHAWK "Evie" 47 Stetson Street, Whitman October 21 General Home Economics 1, 2, 3 A. A. 1 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4 Judiciary Board 2 Senior Advisor 4 Being persevering and dependable, Evie tends to take herself and her work seriously. She is friendly and when she smiles it is because she is really happy. i -Q .1 Y. - K 'T r-is 'delhi .2 l. l i I ANNE P. SULLIVAN 3 Bauer Street, Worcester January 3 General I A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Shining brown hair, mischievous brown eyes and a petulant mouth-a sophisticated, easy going miss whose preference runs to Harvard men. - r i ROSE SULLIVAN "Bud" 35 Pacific Street, Lynn April 10 1 General Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 2 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Chemistry Council 2 Senior Advisor 4 A tiny girl with big brown eyes, long'black lashes, and an infectious laugh-Rose is sincere, dependable, and responsible. . G i MARY A. TAYLOR "Mat" 20 Allyn Terrace, Lawrence January 10 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3 Gate Post 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4 Library Council 2 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4 Class Marshal 4 Delightfully different-literary tastes, more brains than she needs, and a gift of gab. , DOROTHY TEMPLE "Dot" 25 Pitts Street, Naticlc May 23 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3 Y. W. C. A. 1 A. A. 1 Yale Basketball 4 Soft-spoken, shy-she goes about having a good time in a quiet way- one of those fortunate people who cloesn't seem to have to study. in FLORENCE G. TOTILAS "Flo" 18 Montrose Street, Worcester July 2 Nutrition A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4 Yale Basketball 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4 Flo loves fun, even if she has to make it herself. Essentially iocular- when she is really interested in something there is no end to her en- thusiasm for it. PATRICIA WALSH "Pat" 10 Park Street, West Roxbury October 15 Nutrition Student Cooperative 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4 Class Vice-President 1, Class President 2 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 S. A. B. F. 1, 2, 3, 4, C. C. C. 2, A. A.1 Home Economics 2, 4 May Day Chairman 2 Gate Post Staff 2 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 3 Fine Arts Play 2 Pat exemplifies all the best in leadership and sportsmanship. She is loyal, dependable, versatile-adapting herself to any situation or per- sonality-finding the best in everyone. AMY VIRGINIA WARTIAINEN R.F.D. 2, Fitchburg November 20 Nutrition A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Hockey 1, 3, 4 Home Economics 1 Modern Dance 2, 4 Class Will and Prophecy 4 Judiciary Board 4 A sense of humor which appreciates subleties, an immeasurable depth of thought, and a practical slant on things-Amy's interest in the Co- operative ideals has made us more interested in the movement. FRANCES WESTART "Fran" 26 East Greenwood Street, Amesbury April 20 General A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Frannie dances well, is a good student, and clever seamstress. She amuses her friends by asking innumerable questions. B V I 43" gi- qt. "N..,,,! WJH mt -W If qu, qu DOROTHY MAE WHITE 22 Austin Street, Chicopee August 6 Nutrition Home Economics 1, 2, 3 Y. W. C. A. 4 Senior Advisor 4 Library Council 4 Dignified, capable, and oh so reliable-Dotty Mae is just as spotless and well-groomed when the 4:05 bell rings as when she leaves her dorm room in the morning. MARION CHESTERMAN 12 Lafayette Street, Newburyport .lanuary 17 Special Student Dietitian, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1920-1921 Dietitian, Homeopathic Hospital, Wilmington, Delaware, 1921 -1922 Asst. Dietician, Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1922-1925 Head Dietitian, Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1925-1941 Singleness of purpose and a sincere, yet unassuming manner-a combi- nation for achieving great ends. JOAN WALKER FULLER Hollis Street, Pepperell February 9 General Home Economics Club 2, 3 Y. W. C. A. 4 A Easy to know, easy to get along with-Joan is an excellent conversa-5 tionalist and a good friend. BERTHA B. SPAULDING CMRSJ 1, 109 Rutland Boulevard y West Palm Beach, Florida March 27,1 Special Graduate Work: University of Florida, 1 University of Maine E Teacher of Home Economics, Central Junior High School, West Palm, Beach, Florida 3 The soft-spoken charm of the South has endeared her to us in just a veryl, short time. lx 1 ELIZABETH MARY CROWLEY 5 Shepard Street, Worcester May 7 General Home Economics 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 3, 4 Small, quiet, reserved-Staunch friends will long remember her sincerity and frankness. Her work is meticulous, her ability great. ANNA TERESA GREENE 233 Tremont Street, Newton December 11 Nutrition S. A. B. F. 1 Yale Hockey Team 1, 3 Dial Staff 3 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 1, 3, 4 Home Economics 2 Beneath an easy going, quiet manner is found a studious and ambitious person. Her camouflaged energy finds release in active sports where she truly excels. ETHEL ISABEL lRVlN 27 Woodward Street, Newton Highlands June 5 General Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4 Dial Staff 3 Sparkling eyes and perennial good nature-Ethel is liked and respected by 'all and has frequently proved herself the proverbial friend indeed. MARIAN E. KNIPP 59 Washington Street, Medford October 19 General Home Economics 3 Yale Hockey 4 Pragmatic-one whose opinions are valued-Marian is dependable and a sportsman in every sense of the word. -gill! i A s AB Wx Q 5 R " if Ni -.- 1 I A ' gg. , . .:,1v' K 9 J. far fs ' 4 ar 4-"A "'7", if' 'Y 'T' .1 . 4. .iff ,. -P .Q A VOCATIONAL ELEMENTARY ELLEN PHILLIPS MAHN "Lennie" 81 Campbell Street, Quincy April 28 General A. A. 1 Y. W. C. A. 1 Home Economics 2, 3, 4 Dial Class Editor 4 Exemplifying perfect neatness and faultless grooming, Lennie is a most likeable personality. Her cooperative spirit is shown by her willingness to serve wherever her abilities are needed. DOROTHY HOPE WEST 157 Prospect Avenue, Revere April 23 Nutrition Dial Staff 3 Glee Club 1, 4 A. A. 1, 2,4 Home Economics 3, 4 Fire and verve her characteristics, arguments her forte, knowledge her quest. Whatever she lacks in any field she makes up in impulsiveness and spontaneous friendliness. MARIE R. AHERN 370 North Main Street, Natick October 9 A'Kempis 1, 3, 4 A. A. 2, 3, 4 Commuters' Council 2, 4 Athletic and alert, Marie is ever ready to do her part. Today's emer- gency finds her one of our most competent Air Raid Wardens. MARCIA LOUISE BATES "Kitten" 174 South Main Street, Natick August 8 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 3 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 4 Gatepost 4 Freshman Handbook 3 Glee Club 4 Chairman of Noon Forum 1, 2, 3, 4 Marcia on the march makes a formidable opponent in basketball, how- ever microscopic her size. Her interest in and knowledge of world events and history have made her an able leader of Noon Forums. ll ll JOSEPHINE DELORES BIANCARDI .lobY 61 Franklin Street, Framingham June 23 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Hockey 1, 2, 4 Fine Arts 1 Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 4 For one so petite Joy's speed and energy on hockey field and basket- ball court are amazing. Her corny puns and innocent wide-eyed ex- pression are not soon to be forgotten. udnd""" MARGARET ESTHER BYRNE NPCSSYH Y 1 417 Centre Street, Newton March 14 . VA? Q Glee Club 1 Fine Arts 1 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 . President of Commuters' Council 4 Student Government 4 Senior Advisor 4 Editor of Commuters' Council Book 4 "Get out of my students' room when you want to eat!" Peggy is friendly, helpful, and responsible. EVELYN ELAINE CALABRESE "Evie" 11 Free Street, Milford December 27 W Glee Club 1, 3, 4 M4 Modern Dance 1, 2, 3, 4 ' Fine Arts 1, 2 A'Kempis 2 One of those rare persons whose presence is always felt though she says little-Evelyn possesses quietness, refinement, and much musical ability. MARGUERITE H. CARLSON "Meg" 210 Wren Street, West Roxbury April 21 A. A. 1 Fine Arts Club 1, 2, 3, President 3, Play 2 Library Council 4 Glee Club 4 Meg epitomizes poise, charm, and a pleasantly even temperament. With a keen intellect and a remarkable memory, she has excelled in both F studies and dramatics. L LT, -4, 'iv' ,autr- ,.,, A . 'Q Wigs ,J if? 233, Q we or 4 1, .Ae I 'Q THERESA CARUSO "Terry" 368 Langley Road, Newton Centre May 9 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 4 Modern Dance 2, 3, 4 Editor of Gate Post 4 Judiciary Board 3 Fine Arts Play 3 A'Kempis Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chairman of Class Day 4 Class and Club Council 3, 4, Student Co-operative 3, 4 Secretary to Registrar 2, 3, 4 Terry is hardworking, thorough, and up-to-the-minute in all she under- takes. Her contagious enthusiasm has enlivened innumerable occasions. MARGARET M. CLARE "Maggie" 37 Gordon Street, Waltham January 26 Gate Post Staif 2 Class President 1, Class Vice-President 2, Class Treasurer 4 May Queen 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 Class and Club Council 1 Student Co-operative 1 Commencement Orator 4 Library Council 1 S. A. B. F. 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2 Modern Dance 2, 3, 4 Choir 4 The name "Maggie" little depicts the tall, stately, dignity that is hers. Prominent scholastically and socially-Maggie is thorough, dependable, and sincere. MARION Louisa coNGDoN 50 Bancroft Park, l'lopedale March 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 A A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2 Yale Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 Stunt Night Chairman 2 Student Co-operative 1, Treasurer 3, First Vice-President 4 Co-Chairman of Junior Prom 3 Chairman of Judiciary Council 4 Scholar, athlete, singer, and club woman, Marion is a leader in all she undertakes. Her sense of humor together with her sincerity have made her Framingham's leading politician and organizer. ELEANOR ELIZABETH COOK "Cookie" 48 Carpenter Avenue, Mansfield February 24 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Hockey 3, 4 Fine Arts 3 Quiet and Order Committee 1, 3 Chairman of Library Council 4 Senior Advisor 4 We don't know if she can really "cook," but she certainly keeps things sizzling on the athletic Field. A quiet but steady worker-Eleanor is thorough in all she undertakes. ANN MILLICENT DAVIS 10 Hawthorne Street, Natick March 24 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 A musical laughter-a soft, sweet, expressivevvoice-Ann loves teaching. She is a well-trained Air RaidjWarden like her pal, Marie. KATHRYN DONATI "Kay" 171 Brookside Road, Needham June 29 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4f Modern Dance 2, 3, 4 Harvard Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 Quiet and Order Committee 2 Gate Post Staff 3 Class Treasurer 3 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Kay excels in all sports and will always be remembered for her leader- ship of A. A. The best of dispositions, she always has a smile ready. BARBARA ANN EGAN "Barby" 31 Sanborn Avenue, West Roxbury March 30 A'Kempis 3, 4 A. A. 1, 2, 4 Fine Arts 2, 3, 4 Modern Dance 2, 3, 4 Student Government 4 Dial 4 Gate Post Staff 3, 4 Yale Hockey 4 A vivacious nature-Barby bubbles over with energy and enthusiasm. Her cheerfulness and pleasant disposition will certainly contribute to her success in her anticipated profession-nursing. PHYLLIS EUNICE ELLIS "Phyl" 28 Arapahoe Road, West Newton December 9 Fine Arts 1 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 Stunt Night Chairman 4 Photography Editor of Dial 4 Collegiate clothes, soft windblown curls, and an enthusiasm For athletics- Phyl is the best of sports. Versatile-she is also an excellent pianist. ni' Nav I -gum HELEN E. GLEASON "Gleas" 210 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Brighton December 14 Class Treasurer 1 Class Secretary 2 Class President 3 Second Vice-President of Student Co-operative 4 Class and Club Council 3, President 4 Co-Chairman ol Junior Prom 3 Library Council 1 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 2, 3 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Helen is a capable leader. With outstanding Thespian talents-she is spontaneous, poised, on all round girl. MARY CATHERINE HARRIS 117 Common Street, Watertown May 21 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 1, 2 Quiet and Order Committee 4 Class Marshall 4 Typically Irish, she is loved for her warm-heartedness, her dimpled smile, and her loyalty to her friends. ESTHER HEIGHT "Essen 56 laconic Avenue, Great Barrington April 11 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Dial Staff 4 Esse's talents run to the Fine Arts-she has a special aptitude for things artistic-drawing, dancing, music. Comes winter we find her slciiing on the slopes at Great Barrington. VIRGINIA MAE HOSMER "Ginny" 4 Tuclcer Street, Naticlc March 9 Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 A. A. 2, 3 Assistant Business Manager of Gate Post 3, 4 Gate Post Staff 3 Friendly-a good worlcer, not only in college but also in Civilian Defense in Natick. Ginny just loves to dance! FRANCES D. HOUGHTON CMRSJ Montague Road, Amherst September 20 S ecial Graduate of the Class of 1925 p Glee Club, Choir Y. W. C. A. Fine Arts Observant, meticulous-she is very particular about details-always striving for a clear understanding of all she undertakes. ALICE ANNE HUGHES "Al' 27 Willard Street, Cambridge February 16 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Gate Post Staff 3 Dial 4 Chairman of Quiet and Order Committee 4 Student Co-operative 4 Always ready to be of service to others-Alice enjoys popular novels, good lectures, and has a keen interest in airplanes. She has a special talent-drawing. RITA LABARRE "Labarry" 22 Orchard Street, Marlboro July 17 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Dial Will and Prophecy 4 Assistant Business Manager of Gate Post 1 Library Council 3 Auburn hair, blue eyes, tiny Figure-Rita is a fleeting little person to be found in the most unexpected places. She is most capable and very dependable. CHARLOTTE LANE "Shaw-Shaw" 18 Haven Street, Framingham September 15 Y. W. C. A. 1,2, 3,4 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Basketball 3 Gate Post Staff 2 Class Secretary 4 Unpretentious, sincere-Charlotte is capable and systematic. She "ap- pears" quiet and loves a good laugh. f .aff ' 9 .sf is .AZ 'kts F ,, 'Pk' ',,' sf P.. ...ig J 53? '-as A x vm wb 'fi' fgiafiie ag A ,fl A . , 361- 4 , as-f wir! x 4 4 if, 393 77, W an A Nix ,E f? of V . I I 1 .f .-.-.,.... JUNE HOPE MAGUE "Junie" 48 William Street,3West Newton June 11 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3 A'Kempis 1, 2 Senior Advisor 4 Camera Club 4 Persevering-if you want a thing well done, June can be counted on to do it. She is studious but finds time for other activities, too. KATHERINE JOSEPHINE MCDERMOTT "Katie" 5 Hundreds Road, Wellesley Farms June 25 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 1 Senior Advisor 4 Camera Club 4 Katie is tall and stately-wearing her tastefully chosen clothes well. She is always smiling and ever pleasant. HELEN M. MOREL 35 Walnut Street, Hudson October 17 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Fine Arts 1, 2 A. A. 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4 A sculptor, painter, and artist-Helen likes music and dancing. Hers are the largest, softest, prettiest brown eyes! MARY ELIZABETH NETHERCOTE "May-Beth" 84 Cherry Street, Waltham 4 .luly 20 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Chairman of Commuters' Council 4 Student Govemment 4 Gate Post Staff 3, 4 Dial Staff 4 Modem Dance 2, 3, 4 Harvard Hockey 4 A. A. 4 Nothing bothers Mary. An all-round girl-she is musically inclined, excels in sports, and enjoys both modem and ballroom dancing. EILEEN CTCONNELL 10 Pallrrey Road, Belmont May 30 President of A'Kempis 4 Commuters' Council 3 Gate Post Staff 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Dainty and demure,-despite Eileen's more serious scholastic interests she has always had time For social activities and the cultivation of Friends. ROBILEE PARFITT "Robin" 87 Pearl Street, Holyolce .luly 24 A. A. 1, 2, 3 Cheer leader 2, 4 Fine Arts 1, 4 Robin is the typical college senior,-a collection of Gene Krupa's records, the latest popular songs, classic clothes, and current slang.- That plus the knowledge of what she'd like most to do professionally and the ability to do it. MARION ADELE POTTER 111 Main Street, Hoplcinton December 11 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4 Senior Advisor 4 Marion goes away out of her way to do things lcind and thoughtful, She is friendly and always willing to help. THELMA RlCl.ES "Rilclcy" 1 534 Commonwealth Avenue, Brighton May 17 Fine Art 2, 3, 4 Gate Post Staff 3, 4 Thelma might well be termed irtepressible. She possesses boundless enthusiasm, an effervescent nature, and a constant smile. ,gyms I 'K sf xr ' i I 04,3 3519 'sf - yi x 5 M, YJ 'nif- 'yung' .,.k , .,,.me41V" ...s-J' V 4 M RUTH L. ROTHBERG "Ruthie" 35 Cunningham Street, Dorchester August 29 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 4 Y. W. C. A. 3 4, Cabinet 4 Art Editor of Gate Post 3, 4 Assistant Business Manager of Dial 3 Associate Business Manager of Dial 4 Ruth's never failing generosity is something we have always been able to depend on. Added to this she is conscientious and possesses an excellent head for business. ALVENA M. SAVIGNANO "Vee" 29 Margaret Road, Newton Highlands December 29 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Yale Hockey 2, 3, 4 Modern Dance 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 3 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3 Happy-go-lucky by nature, Vee has breezed through four years, ex- celling both in athletics and academically. BARBARA SHERIDAN "Sherry" 12 Walnut Street, Watertown February 11 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 A'Kempis 1, 2, 3, 4 Gate Post Staff 4 Friendly to everyone, "Sherry" has a keen sense of humor. She is an excellent dancing partner, especially with her "one" man. ELEANOR ENID WELLS 195 Union Avenue, Framingham August 23 Fine Arts 1, 2, 3, 41 Treasurer of Fine Arts 2 For four years Eleanor has been the backbone ofthe Elementary division She is conscientious, responsible, and thorough. -v U-msc . CLASS BABY Martin Clarke, Jr., 215 years Bird, Kathryn-57 Congress St., Milford, Mass. Buckley, Mary-3 Front St., South Natick, Mass. Call, Selma-82 High Street, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. Clark, Beatrice-59 Newell Rd., Auburndale, Mass. Couett, Kathleen-41 Curve St., West Newton, Mass. Coyne, Rita-4 Matthews Court, South Natick, Mass. ELEMENTARY Cuevas, Manuela-38 Caston St., Dorchester, Mass. Deasy, Mary-8 Lelans St., Framingham, Mass. Dutran, Muriel-7 Church St., Webster, Mass. Fitzpatrick, Marie-41 Maplewood St., Watertown, Mass. Hardy, Margaret-129 Nebo St., Medfielcl, Mass. Harper, Edith-5 Lincoln St., Natick, Mass. lrving, Geraldine-28 Catawba St., Boston, Mass.-Salem Teachers College Kallis, Pauline-10 Bates Ave., Quincy, Mass.-Boston University Look, Amy-158 Newbury St., Boston-Boston Council of Social Agencies Matthews, Olive-29 Charlotte St., Worcester, Mass. McDonough, Mary-58 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, Mass. Murphy, Jane-Boston Post Road, South Sudbury, Mass.-Shawmut Bank, Boston Reed, Constance-28 Eliot Ave., West Newton-Geo. A. Giles 81 Son Realtors, Cambridge, Mass. Robbins, Virginia-39 Pleasant St., Hopkinton, Mass. Ross, Helaine-55 Lithgow St., Dorchester, Mass. Stacey, Grace-114 Antrim St., Cambridge, Mass. White, Grace-40 Mellen St., Framingham, Mass. Wonderly, Betty-fMrs. Martin Clarkej-Maple St., Mendon, Mass. HOUSEHOLD ARTS VOCATIONAL Bardin, Charlotte-North St., Dalton, Mass.-Beclcer College Barnes, Irene-82 Grove St., North Brookfield, Mass. Bell, Gladys-fMrs. A. W. Johnson, 1524 No. Main St. Whelan Parlc, Fitchburg Bevan, Jane-23 Highland St., Gloversville, N. Y.-Eaxton Hospital, Utica Burlce, Eva-14 Cottage St., Naticlc, Mass. Cause, Rose-fMrs. C. T. Cleggb Metropolitan State Hospital, Waltham, Mass. Charland, Josephine-81 Wenham St., Boston, Mass. Colton, Joan-138 June St., Worcester, Mass.-School of Worcester Art Museum Cronin, Alice-53 Bradfield St., Roslindale, Mass.-Regis College Douglas, Ellen-High Street, Southampton, Mass. Emmott, Dorothy-3 Marston Way, Worcester, Mass.-Maclnnis Dept. Store Fee, Elizabeth-61 Liberty St., Marlboro, Mass. Flynn, Catherine-88 Wallingford Rd., Brighton, Mass.-Simmons College Froggatt, Lynne-Braintree, Mass.-New England Baptist Hospital, Boston Gauvin, Marjorie-59 Hudson St., Northboro, Mass. Holmes, Ruth-38 McLellan St., Dorchester, Mass. Johnson, Helen-fMrs. Donald Kalliol 51 Esther St., Worcester, Mass. Laughlin, Virginia-53 Belmont St., Marlboro, Mass. Mann, Margery-Pittsfield, Mass.-Massachusetts State College, Amherst Matthews, Regina-29 Charlotte St., Worcester, Mass. McAnulty, Helen-14 Sheffield Rd., Roslindale, Mass. McClintock, Eleanor-Mill St., Northboro, Mass. Mullen, Marguerite-37 Atherton St., Roxbury, Mass.-F. B. l. Pease, Dorothy-Templeton, Mass.-Florence Stove Co., Gardner, Mass. Salmon, Rosemary-Main St., Southboro, Mass. Slcaliclcy, Josephine-4 Walnut St., Somerville-Traphagen School, N. Y. Slcauen, Margaret-15 Maple Terrace, Newton, Mass. Sosynzlca, Antoinette-139 Cherry St., Cambridge, Mass. Splane, Rita-fMrs. Edward Hanlon,-1 Thayer Court, Worcester, Mass. Smith, Charlotte-9 Fruit Street, Milford, Mass. Bacon, Louise-fMrs. Lincoln Jacobsl-Morrisville, Vermont Fronczelc, Jennie-116 County St., New Bedford, Mass. Koczen, Sophia-fMrs. Eugene Slomslcil 103 Genessee St., Springfield, Mass. McDermott, Grace-19 Prospect St., Clinton-Navy Dept., Washington, D. C. Moulton, Anna-35 Saltonstall Rd., Haverhill-University of New Hampshire Silva, Dorothy-312 Commercial St., Provincetown-Miss Farmers School of Coolcery Wiggin, Jean-fMrs. Harold MacLaneJ-Naval Air Station, Miami, Florida Typical Senior . Favorite Instructor . Favorite subjects . Favorite Occupation in Most versatile . athletic Most Most studious . musical Most Most energetic . Most enthusiastic . Most friendly . popular song classical music sport . orchestra magazine Favorite boy's college Ultimate goal . Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Most beautiful figure Most beautiful eyes Most beautiful hair Most beautiful hands Most beautiful Iegs Most attractive wallc Most attractive voice . . . . Patricia Walsh . ..... Mr. Gilday Chemistry and Nutritionf History Ieisure time ....... Reading Emily Climo . Kathryn Donati . Helen Fislce . Ruth Chaput . Theresa Caruso . Marion Congdon . . . Mary Nethercote "Blues in the Night" . TchaiIcowsIcy's Piano Concerto . . Tennis . Glenn Miller Mademoiselle . M. I. T. Housewife . Virginia Mitchell . Margaret Clare . Evelyn Calalorese . Marguerite Carlson . . Marie Brady . Helen Gleason . Margaret Clare Sometimes we Find time for just plain Iazin'. SENIOR SUPERLATIVES SYNTHETIC SENIOR PHECY Hang house cleaning anyhow! One look at this attic and I'm tired before I begin. There are so many things to discard-back to even '42. Here's that "broom-stick skirt" I slaved over-and those "wedgies." It's funny. We thought them so extreme then. They're mild compared to what we wear now. And there's that picture-didn't I think myself something in that "updo" and my first earrings? I think that picture was taken my sophomore year at A'Kempis. Those were the days I had time for everything- homework, dances, and concerts. Here are those journals I kept from graduation up to '52. Somehow I wish I had kept them for the past ten years, but now I never seem to have any spare time. Well, I really should finish this part of the attic today, but I think l'II steal a minute. Listen: FEBRUARY 14, 1943 Some party on Valentine's Day-at the new Windmill College Tea Shop opened this past September by Rita Holland, down in the Centre-an engagement party for Meg Carlson. Well, "happy landings," darling! Everyone showed up, Pat Walsh included, making sure everyone had a good time. MAY 15, 1943 May Day again! Remember us? I still say we had the best, thanks to R. H. C. Maggie Clare still on the march and still in her glory-she'll never change. Glad she could get the day off from teaching duties in Waltham. Shirley Fitts there visiting around, getting those "snoopings" for that infamous column of hers in "The Housewife," that new monthly magazine which Blossom Gurwitz is editing. Terry Clay and Ginny Mitchell there, too. Terry still at her sculptoring, making headlines, too. Ginny is soon to retire from the army base, where the boys still have education and entertainment needs to be met. Too bad, boys, your loss, Red's gain. JUNE-ALL MONTH-1943 O month of months! lt's just one year. By now I think Cupid must have a sore arm from bending the bow. Look-Sue Ellery, Kay Costello, Barbara Sheridan, Thelma fDimplesD Ricles fone "c"J, and this is only the first two weeks. Well, chacune a son gout. Clfach to her own choicej JANUARY 7,1944 Received notice of "Gatepost" Dance and called Mary Taylor. They plan on making an alumnae drive for it this year. Guess we'll all make the dance. Had to get In the spring we study in the sun,-pose for camera toting friends. in touch with Ruth Chaput and Betty Addison to see about this new "Heartbeat" step. They'll just have to lead. lt's going to be a gala affair, really done up right. Ruth Murphy for interior decorations. Refreshment from Priscilla Niclcerson's Calce Kitchen, run in conjunction with Alta Campbell, general manager, Louise Cavanaugh, calce decorator, Angela Hoey, chocolate specialist, and Ethel Anderson, taster. Well, anyway we eatl JANUARY 39, 1944 Well, it's been here and gone-grand success, too. Very much honored to have had Anne Sullivan baclc, one of last year's Boston's ten best dressed. Close runner up was Ruth Bennett, who came all the way from Gilford, New Hamp- shire's recreational area, where she is slci director. At first we were afraid Ruth wouldn't be able to come as she has been quite ill, the result of an unusual accident. She slciied into a tree when her attention was carried slcywards by the intricate maneuvers of Ruth Neuhart in a crimson and silver monoplane. They toolc her to a local hospital where the head dietitian, Marion Chesterman, assured everyone she had just the diet to hasten Ruth's recovery, and where Dot White, her assistant dietitian, helped out with her new bread recipe, which contains soy bean flour. Ruth finally ended up in Helen Fislce's rest home for therapeutic treatment. Helen believes mental exercise should be carried on by writing organic formulas rather than by doing crossword puzzles. So, in spite of her accident, Ruth is loolcing wonderful after such good care. Now who else? Oh, yes, our dance stand-bys, Kay Haggblom and Charlotte King. Very strange-these two raising a "rat-tery," improving the lgnatz line which they first encountered in Croclcer. Then there was Robin Parfitt, still a "Kampus Kid," even though the little darlings of Rural School No. 5 are getting ahead of her. She was with Phyl Ellis and Esse Height -piclced Esse up at the Boston Conservatory, went on with music, you lcnow. Phyl came all the way from Florida. Someone said her husband flew her up. Very glad to see Peggy Byrne, who lately hasn't lcept up her former dance-going pace. Married life-eh, Peggy? JUNE 20, 1944 Glad to get baclc on the hill for Biennial. Two years gone. lt's easily seen we haven't sat still. Welcomed by R. H. C. Glad to see her back, the army doesn't give her much time. More a style show than anything else. Hats, hats-by Ethel lrvin, Anna Greene, and Dot West. All the latest styles and samples, too-fmade New Yorlc's best shopsj Comes Senior Prom, we eagerly await our army dates,-then do a bit of dancing in a gay Hawaiian setting. Ellen Mahn there, loolcing very much the career woman. She is now the head of the children's clothing department in one of the large Chicago stores. Had a telegram from .lo Biancardi out Michigan way, is teaching modern dance out there. Evelyn Calabrese and Mary Harris drove up with Alvena Savignano. "Vena" is still malcing those Brown games. Mary and Evelyn have opened a nursery school in Watertown. A good combination, music and a smile. There are more uniforms floating around! Marie Ahern and Ann Davis are up- holding the Red Cross canteen division of Massachusetts, which is under the joint direction of Edna McConaghy and Celia Chace. Celia is trying to get some lcind of a patent on goat-millc. Helen Morel, who is in the motor cycle division, came with Ann and Marie. Dear Journal, don't you really agree that this war has definitely been going on too long? Which reminds me-l've been going on too long myself. l'm so very tired-so good night. JULY 18, 1946 lnvited to Laconia. Always did want to get there-Egan and Nethercote, you know! Whole gang with us! Sort of farewell to Terry Caruso and Rita Labarre. Terry off to a government teaching position in the glorious Hawaiian Isles. Rita is going as far as California with her and then down to Rio. Ruth Rothberg, with another new auto. fLast one out of line., As usual Ruthie brought as many others with her as possible. Marcia Bates was going to drive up, but something went wrong with Batesy's car. Guess it didn't piclc up Speed enough, so she met Ruthie in town and came along with her. Kay McDermott and Alice Hughes were with them, too. Kay is a family and club woman, poor dear, while Alice has talcen over librarian duties at Radcliffe-nice going. Too bad we didn't see more of our hostess, Barby Egan, but one can't supervise the Laconia Hospital and be a social butterfly, too. Per usual, her taslcs fell to Mary Nethercote, who is having her summer vacation-teaches physical education at Laconia High School. SEPTEMBER 20, 1947 Hello, dear Journal, l'm in again. Wanted to tell you about some interesting items I saw in the paper this morning. My old friend Rita Lambert is very much in the You can't dance all of the time, so now and then we pause for refreshments, comment on thisa and thata limelight. Been doing more experiments at the monkey house in Franklin Park Zoo. Has a marvelously equipped laboratory. Rita is being well assisted by Margie Mac- Michael. Also saw where Bertha Spaulding and Frances Houghton have just returned from an extensive motor trip. They visited in California and Mexico, getting new ideas for unit work this fall. l'II bet that typewriter of Frances' never even got a little cat nap! 29, 1947 What a week this has been! l'm exhausted. Went back to F. T. C. for Harvard-Yale weekend and had a perfectly glorious time. So glad l can write about it, even if l can't talk about it. Came home with a miserable case of laryngitis from screaming my lungs out at the hockey game. It was worth it, though, since my team won. They had an alumnae team this year and we were represented by Marion Congdon, Eleanor Cook, Amy Porter, Emily Climo, and Kay Donati. Marion was dashing around as energetic as ever, trying to sell us Christmas presents from the Mart. She's on the alumnae committee for the Building Fund and is practically scaring the P. T. A. of Hopedale into contributing money. You should hear about her campaign! "Cookie" is teaching up in New Hampshire-some little place, l can't remember the name. She was telling me about her library unit in second grade. She'd love to take the class on a field trip, but the nearest library is fifteen miles. Poor Cookie! Amy Porter looked just as sweet as ever. She was all excited over her new house. Got married last summer sometime. Emily really had quite a time getting here, but you know Emily. She'd make it if it was the last thing she ever did. She's down from Alaska for a few months, where she has been in her energetic manner literally putting the Alaskan 4-H Clubs on the map. She brought some wonderful moving pictures with her, and President O'Connor is having her give a talk at Assembly in a few weeks. Kay Donati was rushing around, keeping things in hand. She was in charge of the alumnae team, and l didn't envy her the job. Must have had a terrible time arranging practice. Never mind, Kay, we won! Charlotte Lane was with Kay. She's teaching in first grade in Framingham and loves it. By special request of the A. A. all refreshments were in charge of Amy Wartiainen. No wonder she's happily married! l remember she a ways used to say "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach." And did we eat! Behind the scenes our candid camera catches a quick change act,- a real faculty informal,-and some tricky scenery shifting. Harvard and Yale, plus our own Thanksgiving, was almost the end of me, but l wouldn't have missed the weekend for the world. It gives such a nice feeling when you return for get-togethers "on the hill." Every occasion is a memorable one. DECEMBER 10, 1948 g Feeling rather lame and stiff today. Guess l'm not as young as l think l am. No, not modern dance, but A'Kempis. Never danced so much in all my life. It was grand to see everyone. Eileen O'Connell looked perfectly wonderful, just as enthusiastic as ever, more so if possible. l mustn't forget to do that errand for her. She told me to ask Mr. Gilday for the name of the book about teaching music in the rural schools. She's in Randolph, Vermont, and seems to like it. OF course, it's not as up-to-date as Belmont, but even so, country life is so interesting. When one really studies itl Who else did l see? Guess l met so many, l can't remember anyone, Oh, yes, Anna Ecker was with Eileen. Anna has a marvelous position in the Office of lnternal Revenue. She had plenty of practice collecting money at F. T. C. Had a grand new car. Wish we could afford a new car. Ours is just about gone. Oh, yes, l almost forgot, Peggy Melia was there. She's teaching clothing at F. T. C. and is very happy. Well, this is all for now. JULY 20, 1949 lmaginel l haven't written since December. lt's because l've been so busy. We got the new car. lsn't that wonderful? Took a trip to the Cape last month and met many old friends. Had a cottage right near Evelyn Sparhawk, who was there for a few weeks, but who later went back to Afghanistan, where she's doing missionary work. On our way home we stopped at the delightful tea room run by Lilia Oldach, she has just redecorated it in a Latin manner. Maggie McPherson's band provides the music, and Lilia, herself, does the rhumba as it should be done in Panama. We had a grand time and hated to leave. l.ilia told us that .leanette Gray was running an army kitchen over near Bourne, and that Kay Doyle was the potato authority there. Kay samples each bushel of potatoes opened, to be sure they pass all government and nutrition standards. SEPTEMBER 24, 1949 Went up to Framingham for dedication of new building. lt's a beautyl Miss Larned beaming. Don't blame her for being pleased. Was interested to see on a table in the new building a book entitled, "Adjusting Yourself to College Life," by Louise Hannant, who wrote it upon the request of many girls who were eased into dormitory life with Louise's help. Saw Evelyn Ellis there, too. She is getting gray hair from managing the chain of Waldorf Astoria Hotels, but feels hopeful since Dorothy Temple is doing considerable research on the prevention of gray hairs and wrinkles. l saw Elizabeth Crowley there, also. She's in the educational field, giving con- densed courses on the Sewing Techniques and Skills That Every Man Should Know. Who else did l see? OF course, Marie Brady, Florence Totilas, and Frannie Westart. Marie had quite a time getting here since the change in schedule of B. 8: W. busses. She was ready at five in the morning to get an early bus. Was too early. Went back home, fell asleep, missed the next bus, and finally got there at two o'clock. She's teaching household arts in Worcester. Frannie has risen to great heights in her career as a dancer. She firmly believes part of her success is due to the Fact that she makes and designs all her costumes, according to true Framingham standards. Florence is designing costumes, too, although hers are of the looser type to go with her clown acts in Barnum and Bailey's Circus. MAY 4, 1950 Pops- a traditional function which every Framinghamite does her best to attend. We received our tickets yesterday, and l was as thrilled as any present member of the Glee Club. Hope I shall see many of my old classmates. Mustn't forget to send BiII's tux to the tailor. MAY 18, 1950 It's all over but the applauding. And we weren't disappointed for a minute with anything. Tallced with Priscilla Patey and Elizabeth Penrose, who specialize in suggesting the correct places of entertainment for the correct people in and about Boston. Every girl in the Glee Club wore a corsage arranged at Kay Lynch's flower shop, which is doing a flourishing business these days. So nice of Kay to do it. Had a long tall: with Louise Richardson, who designs winter sport togs. This is her dull season, but Louise is always brimming with ideas, dull or busy season. She told me about the new slci shorts she has originated, which are guaranteed not to tear. Undoubtedly they will be of great value to some of us less agile and less graceful slti addicts. Almost 12:00 P.M.-guess this is about enough for tonight. AUGUST 4, 1951 Another year gone and another vacation on the Cape. One night last weelc we went over to the Dennisport Playhouse to see Helen Gleason and Jo Cronin, who are playing the leading roles in "Arsenic and Old Lace." They were wonderful. We sat next to Rose Cooney, who is a nutritional foreign correspondent for the "American Food Journal." Rose told me she had just received a letter from Betty Mercer, who is in Canada as a hospital dietitian. We went to a Weenie roast one night, and who should be supervising it but Helen Keough and Marguerite Lane. They're both staying here for the summer to rest up for teaching in the fall in Newton. Don't Icnow which part of Newton, 1-2-3-4-5. JUNE 15, 1952 It's another Reunion. Ten years gone already-well, at least they've talcen the war with them. Spealcing of war, Marian Knipp and Rose Sullivan were here today. They're home from a trip to England. Tallced for hours about the rehabilitation and education of those evacuated British children. Spealcing of foreign affairs, Eleanor Wells and June Mague are still in France, where they started that private school of theirs. And if you please, the former Amy Epstein and Irene Brennan each has enrolled two children there! Saw Marion Potter and Ginny Hosmer, who have just enrolled at Hyannis for a summer course. Both are principals. Thereis much more news, but I'm really too tired to write more. Maybe I'II write more tomorrow. "TomorrowI" Well, I guess that tomorrow just never came, because I haven't written in this journal for the past ten years. Too bad I didn't Iceep it up Maybe I'Il start again with that Biennial next month. Wait-is that the Class Will tuclced in this journal? We, the Class of 1942, hereby give, devise, and bequeath unto the Classes of '43, '44, and '45, to have and to hold forever, this will for whatever use it may here- after be designated: To President O'Connor we return that inspirational spirit he has given to us through our four years of college life, that he may use it with the incoming freshman class. May they be as appreciative as we. To Miss Carter we bequeath half of a fortune, with which she must Fill the First Aid Room in Dwight Hall to the ceiling with aspirin tablets. If there be any of said half fortune still remaining, she may use it for a new seat for Austin VIII. President Emily Climo wills her initiative, pep, enthusiasm, and perseverance to Eleanor Leger. Vice-President Anna Eclcer leaves her assortment of official duties to Enith Blodgett. WILL Thelma Ricles leaves her ability to get escorts for dances to Barbara Cormey. Barbara Egan leaves her love for New Hampshire to anyone who can really appre- ciate it. Dot White wills her reserve to the boisterous freshmen. Peggy Byrne leaves her attendance at Federation dances to Alice Dolan. Edna McConaghy wills Dot English a clear field for arguing with the faculty. Helen Gleason wills her portrayal of Bronson Alcott to all aspiring Fine Arts players. Kay Lynch wills her way with Tech men to Mary Dillon. Esther Height wills her singing voice to the choir. Marion Chesterman leaves her industry as an example to all F. T. C. students. Marcia Bates leaves her interest in Yale to Mary Alice Newman. Elizabeth Penrose, Ruth Neuhart, Louise Richardson, Priscilla Patey, Celia Chace, and Shirley Fitts will their accomplishments and experience to the "Dead End Kids" of second floor south, Horace Mann. Blossom Gurwitz wills her meticulousness to Priscilla Williams. Terry Caruso leaves her position as Mr. Workman's right-hand man to any student who has the power of lceeping official secrets, secret. Marie Brady wills her handwriting to Miss Hall. Amy Epstein wills her Florida boy friend to anyone in need. lrene Brennan and Rita Holland transfer their places in the Rec Room to Doris Collins and Madelyn Rose. Charlotte King wills the cares of the "Dial" to any person with broad shoulders. Ruth Rothberg leaves her auto to all those who are in need of immediate trans- portation. Bertha Spaulding leaves her interest in supplementary reading to Edith Grace. Terry Clay leaves the problems of international Night to students of foreign affairs. Anna Greene wills her hoclcey enthusiasm to Ellen Moran. Eileen O'Connell and Robin Parfitt bequeath their interests in West Point to all the hopeful souls who can still dream. Maggie McPherson leaves her job as Yale guard to Phyllis Hamilton. Betty Addison wills her extensive travels to Miss Ramsdell's geography classes. Ruth Chaput wills her position as Glee Club accompanist to Eleanor Sheils. Maggie Clare bequeaths her astonishing ability to rest chewing gum on a certain tooth during Glee Club rehearsals to any member of the student body who thinlcs she While envious Sophomores watch, we Juniors trip the light fantastic. can do it full justice. Marie Ahern and Kay McDermott leave their sweet dispositions to Claire McNally and Helen Murphy. Helen Keough wills the job of getting orchestras for dances to Mary Quinn. Dot West wills her brown eyes to Priscilla Kirk. Marguerite Lane wills her talent in art to Mildred Querze. Alice Hughes leaves her interest and slcill in photography to future contestants in the "Dial" Candid Camera Contest. Louise Cavanaugh wills her conscientiousness to Thelma Milnes. Rose Cooney leaves her position on the "Framingham News" to some other competent reporter. Dot Temple wills her dietetic ambitions to Betty Lowry. Ethel Irvin wills her poclcetless boys' suits as a form of punishment to all future mothers. Virginia Hosmer wills her assignment as Miss Ward's student teacher to someone who is loolcing forward to a pleasant training period. Kay Haggblom leaves her membership in Glee Club to some hopeful who is loolaing forward to concerts with Worcester Tech. Frances Houghton leaves her ability to talce lecture notes in shorthand to Mr. Sullivan's freshman biology class. Kay Doyle wills her "fairy goodness" to Esther Seisig. Evelyn Ellis wills her ability to malce and spend money to Eunice Martin. .lo Biancardi leaves her pun-malcing to someone who must promise to do better. Sue Ellery leaves her advantageous height to .lean Leslie. Mary Nethercote wills the care of her best friend, Barby Egan, to any under- classman who has a faculty for getting out of tight spots. Amy Wartiainen willslher interest in foods to all H. A. girls, with the hint that the way to a man's heart is by way of his stomach. Marion Congdon leaves her captaincy of a glorious, if not victorious, Yale hoclcey team to Betty Barrett. Anne Sullivan wills her perfect figure to Mrs. Amidon's Junior Clothing. Helen Morel leaves her smile for everyone. Marian Knipp wills the Vocational House to Helen Proctor. Kay Costello leaves her interest in A'Kempis to Madeleine Moran. , K xx? sei ' In class and out we explore our campus,-learning about nature,- finding new friends. Phyl Ellis leaves her position as center forward on Yale hockey team to Marion Connors. Rita Lambert wills Patsy Eldridge the glory of her red hair. Amy Porter wills her quiet manner to Phyllis Loring. Evelyn Calabrese leaves her musical abilities to Shirley Noyes. Jo Cronin leaves her portrayal of Ralph Waldo Emerson to the history of the school. Florence Totilas wills the nightly visits of Mrs. Moynihan to Gert Robinson. Peggy Byrne leaves a pair of worn sneakers in her locker for some worthy freshman. Jeanette Gray and Marjorie MacMichael leave their happy dispositions to Dorothea Donovan and Barbara Gillis. Virginia Mitchell wills her beauty to Lucille Charrier. Meg Carlson leaves her stateliness to Shirley De Lancey. Frannie Westart wills the Maridor to lrene Davis. Lilia Oldach wills the "A" in her plaid skirt to all despairing sophomores. Mary Harris wills her dimples to any lrish lass who will also use them to advantage. Helen Fiske leaves her ability to ask countless questions to Margaret Gildea. Ruth Bennett leaves her recipe of apple pie a la tea to the Foods Department. Ann Davis wills the chairmanship of the Christmas Basket Committee to anyone owning headache pills. Charlotte Lane leaves her dependability to Barbara Rostrum. Ethel Anderson wills her playing of music before dinner to Marion Lowe. Priscilla Nickerson wills her managerial capabilities to the Crocker girls. Eleanor Wells leaves her casting ability to Margaret Hardy. Ruth Murphy wills her "B" in psychology from the University of California to all despairing seniors. i Elizabeth Crowley and Lennie Mahn will their feats in children's clothing to all prospective mothers. Eleanor Cook wills her job as second floor advisor to someone who can keep those freshmen in tow. Louise Hannant leaves the care and welfare of all underclassmen to Muriel Salley. Angela Hoey wills her carefree manner to Eleanor Hoye. Marion Potter leaves her studiousness to Louise Palladino. Pat Walsh wills her glass eye to the biology and physiology departments. Betty Mercer leaves her rosy cheeks to Barbara Bradford. Rita Labarre leaves her ability for sudden inspirations and equally sudden changes of mind to the chairmen of Stunt Night, May Day, and Class Day fContributed by R. H. CQ Alta Campbell wills her scholastic aptitude to Jane Bastow. Barbara Sheridan leaves her sense of humor for use during mid-year week. Kay Donati leaves her captain's whip of the Harvard hockey team to Louise Russo. June Mague wills her love for grade children to Ella Hiltz. Evelyn Sparhawk and Rose Sullivan leave their interest in the Red Cross sewing and knitting to Estella Pearson and Barbara Graves. Alvena Savignano leaves her athletic ability to Tina Clarke. Peggy Melia leaves her pleasant manner to Honey Willis. Testator: Rita Labarre Witnesses: Amy Wartiainen Barbara Egan Priscilla Nickerson A Q IQ HHH W E2 ,f-11' -' ' .,,.. 1 ,1 " ,,1 I 1 M' 'f ' U 1 I1, 11 4! , . , 1 1 , 1 "4 " 1 . 1 1 .1-M11 ""1 11' V! , , N ' X ,1 ,f ,,"w" 11 V' , ,1 1 . ,1 , 1 ,N 1 1, ,.1 . , 91. '1 G 1 .,1, .5 11 , , -1, XV, 4 , 1 1 FN, - 1,5 ' M" 1 , 1.1411-11!-11 114, , ' 1 . ' "'QZ,11 , 2. -11521 1. ,,,4 X . A kv, 1 ,119 , ., 11 j'?f-gf' X ,rx 11 11-1 " "SW, 411-.' , ' ,, Uma' 1 11 ' , A., 1 1 1, 1 1 ' rf 01-1 11' ,Nix , 4 I QV 1 1-, ,,l111,' ,- XT 7 JH . 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That however was soon over and our attention was focused on the many details of practice teaching and life in Croclcer. Then, almost before we lcnew it, prom time arrived. ln the miraculously transformed dining room of Peirce Hall the glamour girls of forty-three rhumba-ed and conga-ed to their hearts content, till even the anxious committee members began to enjoy themselves. Now, after a full, active year as Juniors, we are already loolcing Forward to our Senior year. May we carry on the responsibilities of seniors as capably as our pre- decessors have done. President - Vice President Secretary . Treasurer Advisor JUNIORS HCJUSEHOLD ARTS Ahlstrom, Doris Elizabeth Alberte, Angelina Carolyn Andrews, Elizabeth Rust Bastow, Jane Elizabeth Blodget, Enith Bolin, Eleanor Louise Burleigh, Marjorie Beatrice Burrell, Virginia Constance Cavanaugh, Mary Louise Collemer, Lois Edna Gross, Rosalyn Harrison Gurney, Barbara Letitia Davis, Irene Margaret De Courcey, Mary Sheila Donlon, Mary Elizabeth Donahue, Mary Angela Dundon, Rosalie Virginia Emidy, Marjorie Ann English, Dorothy Anne Flanders, Christine Edna Gildea, Margaret Mary Goyer, Jacquelyn Dorothea Graves, Barbara Hagan, Gladys Catherine Hastings, Beatrice lrene lssenberg, Esther Kearney, Elizabeth Anne Kirk, Priscilla Louise Lavoie, Jacqueline Annette Lesperance, jean Lowry, Elizabeth Judith Martin, Eunice J. Milnes, Thelma Elaine Murphy, Elaine Marie O'Connell, Margaret Ann O'Connor, Gertrude Emily 0'Cormor, Mary Louise O'Malle", Mary Catherine Paccvuir, Yvonne Blanche Pearson, Estelle Maw! Pellev, Alice Marie Pritchard, lvaloo Virginia Quinn, Mary Patricia Refer, Ruth Adele Slaney, Muriel Frances Temple, Dorothy Evelyn Thibeault, Leoia Evelyn 580 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain 320 Main Street, Milford 4 Luflin Street, Essex Chapel Street, East Lee Pleasant Street, Leominster 11 Jenkins Street, Worcester 74 Clement Avenue, West Roxbury 14 Pleasant Street, Medford 59 Boylston Street, Fitchburg 9 Grand View Avenue, Worcester 55 Thornton Street, Revere 2 Harlow St., Worcester 4 Bourn Street, Worcester 18 Shafter Street, Dorchester 9 Bowditch Street, Peabody 34 Berhmans Street, Worcester 454 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain 18 Winslow Street, Worcester 45 Court Street, Medford 17 Arthur Street, Worcester 38 Greaton Road, West Roxbury 167 W. Boylston Drive, Worcester Bridge Street, Baldwinsville 167 Centre Street, Dorchester 543 Lake Street, North Grafton 25 W. Seldon Street, Mattapan 106 Dean Avenue, Franklin 74 Jonathan Street, New Bedford 4 Taylor Street, Holyoke 10 Day Street, Auburndale 23 Pleasant Street, Natick 152 Trapelo Road, Waltham 21 Elm Park, Groveland 264 Millbury Street, Worcester 109 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton 23 Waterville Street, North Grafton 46 Burncoat Street, Worcester 10 Arlington Street, Lynn 86 West Central Street, Natick 8 West Leonard Street, Foxboro 97 Fairfield Street, Worcester 36 Whittier Road, Medford 115 Aberdeen Avenue, Cambridge 138 Lunenburg Street, Fitchburg 170 West Street, Needham Heights Milford Street, Upton Summer Street, Rockport Thompson, Jean Ellen Turner, Ada Louise Waslca, Jane Sophie Weclcer, Vivienne Muriel Williams, Priscilla Willis, Irene Aslcin, Shirley Baglioni, Elena Frances Banis, Edna Bernardi, Virginia Marie Beucler, Gloria Cecelia Bowen, Mary Virginia Bowen, Muriel Elizabeth Bruen, Helen Nancy Bulloclc, Virginia Lucinda Calisi, Concetta Cellucci, Donata Clarke, Christine Wilson Connors, Marion Dorothy Cormey, Barbara Ann Cronin, Frances Irene Dargan, Katherine Julia Dolan, Alice Biclcley Downing, Mary Frances Finnegan, Elizabeth Mary Forbes, Mary Alice Grace, Edith Mildred Hardy, Margaret Louise Hiltz, Ella May Johnson, Elinor Marie Johnson, Williemae Jolcinen, Mary Irene Leger, Eleanor Elizabeth McNally, Claire Molcaba, Mary Jane Murphy, Helen Frances O'Connell, Virginia Sheila O'Connor, Margaret Mary Plunlcett, Marie Elizabeth Rostrom, Barbara Russo, Louise Jean Seisig, Esther Emma Shore, Edythe Judith Taber, Catherine Teresa Wright, Miriam Olivia West Main Street, Webster 48 Washington Street, Naticlc 54 Perry Avenue, Worcester 63 Gibbs Street, Broolcline 18 Robertson Road, Framingham 276 Pleasant Street, New Bedford 593 Concord Street, Framingham 30 Granfield Street, Roslindale 151 Brown Street, Waltham Washington Street, Holliston 9 Columbia Street, Cambridge 261 Temple Street, West Roxbury 34 Evergreen Street, Jamaica Plain 9 Elizabeth Street, Attleboro 19 Dayton Street, Lowell 28 Oalcland Street, Watertown 75 Crafts Street, Newtonville 405 Village Street, Medway 8 Newfield Street, West Roxbury Cole Terrace, Randolph 9 Edison Green, Dorchester 931 Washington Street, Newtonville 511 Ward Street, Newton Centre 14 Southwood Street, Roxbury 61 Reservoir Street, Cambridge 103 Holliston Street, Medway 16 Oalccrest Road, South Weymouth 129 Nebo Street, Medfield 371 Broadway, Cambridge 190 Merriam Street, Weston 877 Harrison Avenue, Boston Wheeler Road, Stowe 128 School Street, Walpole 327 Union Avenue, Framingham 147 Otis Street, Cambridge Hampden Road, Monson 10 Pallrey Road, Belmont 215 N Street, South Boztow 62 Aldrich Street, Roslindale Nixon Road, Framingham 176 Dedham Street, Newton Highlands 255 Hampshire Street, Methuen 16 Columbia Street, Cambridge 22 Leonard Avenue, Cambridge 70 Eddy Street, West Newton ELEMENTARY Barrett, Elizabeth Bradford, Barbara Anne Carter, Constance Marguerite Curran, Mary Regina Hanson, Barbara Barnard Jacobs, Bertha Janet McGowen, Marjorie Southworth Proctor, Helen Louise Viets, Florence Alson North Beech Street, Nantuclcet 103 lrving Street, Waltham West Hawley 162 May Street, Worcester 561 Washington Street, Dedham 19 Eastern Avenue, Lynn 155 Birch Street, New Bedford Pearl Hill Road, Fitchburg 35 Dean Street, Bridgewater HORACE MANN ENTRANCE SQIEBQQNEEQIZS , . ,' ' " 'N I ' , I' 1 4 J ,v li 02 fa ..4 4,3 K 444 vr - 4 Q I ' . , 3 ,, A f--r . 4. ., 4 ,.f . r. , . ,Q .ff A 1' . f-1 .JP-,L V 1 Q 1 We .. , '. H41 ' r e 'S .' In 4 N f.,-. . V -. . '. ' 4 YQ' -1 , 3 V .44 l , ., ,K '94 , "f -,-.P , ,V . .X rg' , 4 ,,- , 4 L, . 4 ,,,-, 1 9 ,-." 'X . " ,'." f"'.rr - .pf 4".'4 'z' N , .-,.. . wr-, 1' ' ,, 6 ,-1,2 . . , .,f 4 ' ,, '4 . . ,V -x ' . -r ' . V ,V .,,g, .4 4 " '-'grin-, ,ruff ' ' NI: 4' 'K,"Qf,', - my-',,:. , A "4 " ' 4 4 s' 4 - 4 ,J 4 '4 4 :.-.g. 4 4 1 .4 4 - 4 --E fin' - ' ,-4 -s' ,154 A4 4-.g r 4 4 'Q ' r . 4 4.47-: N QQ' 1 ,HU I -L-111.9 . y -I' 1' t..,. Q fig, EQ- 'Chg- A ,Ang-1 , ,mf "-"' "' 'Q' "5-3 X 'v 71,5 1 , Y-. ' - wjvlq.. Q , 1- ' f 0 A '4 ' fxlxu 'if af' 4 '48, .4 4 1 4 ,4, . I 4 1- ..,g, -4 4 "'-4" 15" n wx 4 45. N 4 44 . 4 .-v , , Y f' 4 1 .0 '.- '7-1' hull GATE POST WALK 3 . SOPHOMCRE CLASS Returning in the fall we sorely missed the friendly Faces and helping hands of our senior sisters, but in typical Sophomore fashion we plunged into the intricacies of modern dance, chemistry and the proverbial plaids. On Stunt Night we added to our laurels by having our numerals placed on the banner. For May Day, the climatic event of our year, we introduced a new and novel idea. The suspense created by surrounding our theme with secrecy increased the interest of the school and made the day more successful. With the firm foundation established by our first two years as a baclcground we loolc into the Future with eager hearts, carrying on in the Spirit of Framingham as we have learned it here during our first two years. X Y if f X X f , , i U LQ4-,--4..M.,- , ,, -, -. HM. M, ,7,,. ff 4 ,rq,.,-,A.-. . r, eAlX. ,- -A xx President . Lucy Zaretto Vice President Ellen Moran Secretary . Lucille Charrier Treasurer . Anne Fitzsimmons Advisor Dr. Eleanor Chase SOPHOMORES HCUSEHOLD ARTS Anderson, Dorothy Agnes Anguria, Mary Frances Bassett, Edna Helene Bernard, Mary Catherine Boyce, Marilyn E. Brown, Alice Nancy Burnett, Lottie Hope Carroll, Ruth Elizabeth Cassidy, Margaret Carol Clifford, Marjorie Ann Collins, K. Doris Costello, Marion Therese Coughlin, Phyllis Mary Crowell, Jean Crowley, Mary Frances Dabrowslca, Alice Genevieve Davis, Althea Grace Donovan, Alice Roberta Dorman, Jeanne Elizabeth Dowell, Marjorie Jean Ericlcson, Beatrice Alma FitzSimmons, Ann Gardiner, Elizabeth Drew Gaull, Helen Gervais, Barbara Anne Goldman, Evelyn Ethel Goodridge, Marion Gully, Kathryn Mary Haley, Loretta Regina Hartley, Evelyn Vera Herriclc, Miriam Elizabeth Hiclcman, Doris Evelyn Jeffers, Barbara Zerush Joyce, Barbara May Kiel, Frances Hartwick Leen, Mary E. Lefebvre, Emily Agnes Libby, Barbara Elizabeth Lowe, Marion Russell Lynch, Mary Frances Masteilca, Lillian Joan Mastrodominico, Beatrice Patricia McDonough, Eleanor Dolores McMahon, Mary Eucharie McMaster, Gertrude Rose McTague, Eleanor Elizabeth Miller, Selma Pauline Moody, Virginia Howes 5 Blair Street, Worcester 4 Alpine Street, Worcester 22 Church Street, Milton 21 Grove Street, Hoplcinton 658 South Main Street, Worcester 1 Delawanda Drive, Worcester 9 Cherry Street, Northampton 210 Ashley Boulevard, New Bedford 20 Pleasant Street, Uxbridge 10 Prescott Street, Watertown 17 Arbroth Street, Dorchester 9 Rambler Road, Jamaica Plain 52 Dexter Road, Lexington Main Street, South Dennis 94 Warren Avenue, Milton 219 Washington Avenue, Chelsea 86 Sargent Street, Melrose 12 Chesbrough Road, West Roxbury 7 Blair Street, Worcester 39 Wareham Street, Medford Corner North and Jewett Streets, Georgetown 857 Centre Street, Jamaica Plain Bay State Road, Rehoboth 285 Foster Street, Brighton 26 Playstead Road, Newton 18 Jones Street, Worcester 206 Bancroft Avenue, Reading 68 Malvern Road, Worcester 134 Beech Street, Roslindale Montgomery Road, Westfield 82 Phoenix Terrace, Springfield 39 Prospect Street, Brockton 948 Washington Street, South Braintree 25 Pleasant Avenue, East Bridgewater 120 Main Street, Avon 25 Congreve Avenue, Roslindale 200 North Main Street, Andover 4 Englewood Avenue, Worcester 230 Hollis Street, Framingham 219 Wren Street, West Roxbury 1027 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester 357 Union Street, Roclcland 14 Highland Street, Lowell 3 Plantation Street, Worcester 27 Essex Street, Marlboro 6 Woodland Street, Worcester 179 Pomeroy Avenue, Pittsfield 27 Clemintine Parlc, Dorchester Moore, Arlene Virginia Moran, Mary Erina Mullett, Helen Agnes O'Connor, Eileen Theresa O'Hare, Anne T. O'Meara, Katherine Parry, Hazel Eleanor Pease, Marian Lindley Phinney, Mary Louise Phipps, Margaret Barnes Pope, Dorothy lsabel Riley, Eileen Frances Robinson, Barbara Ann Russell, Constance Virginia Salley, Muriel Louise Skidmore, Louise Clair Slcorupslci, Teresa Florence Stepanslcy, Alice Constance Stone, Williamina May Sullivan, Mary Louise Szlclarz, Sophie Katherine Walsh, Kathleen Byrne Welaish, Biruta Plevach Wermers, Patricia Eugenia Whitney, Elizabeth Chase Woodward, Dorothy Elizabe Worton, Barbara Ruth Wylie, Anna Elizabeth Young, Barbara Minnie Zaretto, Lucy Madeline Allen, Jean Mary Alves, Mary Ann Bowen, Mary Louise Breen, Margaret Mary Buclcley, Jean Marie Carle, Virginia Condos, Lillian Dealy, Alice Patricia Dillon, Mary Theresa Donovan, Dorothea Louise Gandolfo, Esther Flora Garvin, Ann Elizabeth Gilligan, Mary Frances Haggerty, Catherine Frances th 176 Bedford Street, Bridgewater 1011 Pleasant Street, Worcester 31 First Street, Medford 151 Hollingsworth Street, Mattapan 64 Nonantum Street, Brighton 35 Parlc Street, West Roxbury 7 Orange Street, Reading 7 Mechanic Street, Monson 45 Chester Avenue, Winthrop 105 Lovell Street, Worcester 140 Webb Street, Weymouth 227 Manthorne Road, West Roxbury 40 Uxbridge Street, Worcester 205 Wachusett Street, Jamaica Plain P. O. Box 353, Attleboro 117 Lincoln Street, Worcester 5 Bluff Street, Worcester 58 Sellcirlc Road, Brighton 84 Eastern Avenue, Worcester 31f2 Bauer Street, Worcester 31 Sterling Street, Worcester 52 Thompson Street, New Bedford 458 Colombia Road, Dorchester 16 Magnolia Square, Dorchester 10 Sanborn Avenue, Somerville 574 Webster Street, Needham 137 Washington Street, Somerset Centre 56 Wilson Street, West Agawam 179 Summer Street, South Walpole 29 Clifton Street, Cambridge 23 Union Street, Naticlc 17 Regis Road, Mattapan 61 Robinhood Street, Auburndale 117 Appleton Street, Cambridge 27 Everett Street, Arlington 17 Davison Street, Hyde Parlc 12 Parlcer Hill Avenue, Roxbury 34 Highland Street, West Newton 15 Wylceham Road, West Newton 16 Front Street, Marlboro 14 Elmira Street, Brighton 115 Melville Avenue, Dorchester 18 Cargill Avenue, Worcester 3 Curve Street, Framingham ELEMENTARY VOCATIONAL Hanna, Regine Currie Kane, Eleanor Ann King, Mildred Helen Lilcshis, Bertha Lord, Jean Chadwiclc MacMillan, Gertrude Louise Marangos, Tarsia McCarty, Jean Margaret McLaughlin, Mary Theresa Moran, Ellen Elizabeth Mullin, Barbara Ann Noyes, Marion Shirley O'Hare, Madeline Eleanor Palladino, Louise Marie Richards, Mary Patricia Roche, Helen Frances Salmon, Catherine Theresa Sarjeant, Mary Frances Steiger, Mary Elizabeth Stern, Alma Taylor, Miriam Turner, Joyce Mary Wellington, Jacqueline L. Allen, Grace E. Bartley, Helen Wilson Cavanaugh, Frances Ethel Charrier, Lucille Alma Corliss, Louise Evelyn Hodziewich, Helen Theresa Mullen, Louise Collins Pettingell, Helen May 20 Stearns Street, Waltham 2 Century Street, Somerville 15 Partridge Street, Watertown 37 Harold Street, Worcester 58 Great Road, Stow 88 Mt. Vernon Street, Dedham 359 Dudley Street, Roxbury 80 East Central Street, Naticlc 726 Colombia Road, Dorchester 57 Aclcers Avenue, Broolcline 302 Clyde Street, Broolcline 520 Central Street, Framingham 21 Arlington Road, Waltham 30 Cleveland Avenue, Franlclin 106 Geneva Avenue, Dorchester 54 Union Street, Watertown 94 School Street, Cambridge 86 Standard Street, Mattapan 32 Dover Road, Wellesley 336 Franlclin Street, Framingham 70 Kendall Street, Naticlc 19 Maple Street, Waltham 15 Blaclcwood Street, Roxbury Gifford Road, Westport Water Street, Sandwich 79 Wyola Drive, Worcester 210 Highland Avenue, Fitchburg Bondsville Road, Belchertown 23 Capitol Street, New Bedford 88 Albany Street, Fall River 21 Lowder Street, Dedham IWYZSISMKM LEAVING CAMPUS HI '21 Ill ll H HMAN CLASS We, the Class of 1945, already can loolc baclc with happy memories on this our first year of college. We readily forgave the honorable Senior Class for the torture they imposed upon us in initiation to life at Framingham. The upper classmen certainly must have recognized us as being a rather extra special group as there were so com- paratively few who were summoned to Freshmen Court. We wish to extend our senior sisters sincere thanlcs for all they did in helping us to malce our speedy adjustments to college living. We discovered just what was meant by, "Framingham Spirit" at Harvard-Yale Week-end. Proof of real class cooperation was our participation in the Christmas baslcet display and our performance in the Stunt Night Program. Orchids to our class for being the first Freshman Class ever to send a delegate to the New Yorlc Convention. With this same type of initiative we will carry through our three remaining years here at Framingham with flying colors and we will, with "an honest and consistent devotion, sustain and build tradition for our college." a oe, ill a WW 1 Rv'-1 A 14 M f '.- xf f President . Hazel Harlow Vice President . . Rosemary O'Connell Secretary . Elizabeth Murdy Treasurer Letitia Warnock Advisor Dr. Edwin Haertl as-deff .-nv"-4' L FRESHMEN HOUSEHOLD ARTS Beach, Phyllis Lee Bjornson, Beatrice Alice Bloom, Helene lrene Boris, Bernice Virginia Broderick, Patricia Mary Buckley, Jean Marie Carlow, Phyllis Josephine Carlson, Virginia Mae Carpenter, Dorothy Freda Chaisson, Marie Patricia Chase, Lois Clapp, Rita Claire Cleveland, Gertrude Isabelle Collins, Charlotte F. Daley, Dorcas Mary Deveney, Mary Frances Doherty, Marie J. Dowling, Alice Louise Driscoll, Mary Louise Dunphy, Gloria Catherine Eldridge, Patricia Vose Ellis, Barbara-Ann Fennessey, Catherine E. Fenwick, B. Sybil Forbes, Claire Edna Furneau, Elizabeth Ann Galvin, Barbara Ann Geary, Mary Elizabeth Gill, Mary Hardeil, Marion Louise Harlow, Hazel Ruth Harper, Margaret Joan Harrington, Eleanor F. Hewey, Priscilla Louise Hill, Alice Frances Hoffman, Helen Frances Haye, Eleanor H. Haye, Rose Mary Hunt, Miriam Towle Johnson, Georgene Clair Kaprielian, Rose Alice Kelly, Dorothy Kathleen Kimmens, Claire Ellen Kirkpatrick, Evelyn Marie Leslie, Jean Ethel Loring, Phyllis Brownell MacLean, B. Jean Martin, Arlene Louise 37 Lake View Avenue, Lynn 19 Webster Place, West Newton 35 Woodford Street, Worcester 15 Wendall Street, South Boston 17 Rogers Street, Newton 27 Everett Street, Arlington 41 Purchase Street, Worcester 127 Century Street, West Medford 165 Vernon Street, Norwood 26 North Main Street, Natick West Yarmouth 1189 Bennington Street, East Boston 65 Cottage Street, Franklin 17 Arbroth Street, Dorchester County Road, Eastham 56 Cerdan Avenue, Roslindale 15 Pear Street, Fall River 70 Beechcroft Street, Brighton 70 Dwinell Street, West Roxbury 8 Bogendale Road, West Roxbury 81 Winifred Road, Brockton 171 Lindbergh Avenue, Needham Heights 15 Adams Street, Dorchester Turnpike Street, Eastondale 103 Holliston Street, Medway 48 Hardy Street, Methuen 41 Alleyne Street, West Roxbury 70 Edwin Street, Dorchester 19 Blodgett Street, Lowell 146 Circuit Avenue, Weymouth 16 Prospect Street, Shrewsbury 88 Hartford Avenue, North Bellingham 703 Hyde Park Avenue, Roslindale 2 Garland Street, Worcester 154 Shute Street, Everett 36 Franklin Street, Medford 18 Ruggles Place, Dorchester 18 Ruggles Place, Dorchester 1257 Washington Street, Holliston 157 Pearl Street, Framingham 151 North Main Street, Natick 29 Ricker Road, Newton 142 Maple Street, Marlboro 454 Fellsway, West Medford Middle Street, Southboro 177 Main Street, Kingston Oak Avenue, Lunenberg 137 Waverly Street, Framingham McDermott, Patricia Jean McEachern, Maurita Grace Moran, Madeleine Rita Morae, Bettyanne Murdy, M. Elizabeth Murphy, Elizabeth Ann Murphy, Maureen Oberacker, Elaine Margaret Packard, Natalie Sherman Ridgely, Betty Jane Robinson, Mary Gertrude Rogers, Lillian Natthes Salmon, Frances Rose Sprague, Jean Marilyn Tables, Bernice Gloria Taffe, Frances Elaine Teahan, Florence Elizabeth Thomas, Helen Thomson, Lois Emeline Wainwright, Marjorie Dodge Walker, Helen Gardner Walsh, Mary Catherine Warnock, Letitia Anne Weigel, Margaret Eleanor Wright, Jeanne Genevieve Anderson, Vivian lrene Agusta, Jeanne Lee Aurienna, Marguerita Edith Burns, Elizabeth Mary DeLancey, Shirley Ruth Donnelly, Marguerite Ann Fitzpatrick, Claire Agnes Gillis, Barbara Laretto Keith, Kathryn Nina Lee, Eleanor McCusker, Margery Anne Moalli, Barbara Ann Murphy, Kathleen Frances Newman, Mary Alice O'Connell, Rosemary L. O'Hearn, Barbara Mary Pennucci, Phyllis Audrey Perlmutter, Mildred Hope Rabinovitz, Elaine Shirley 92 Perkins Street, Jamaica Plain 62 Penfield Street, Roslindale 287 Water Street, Clinton 49 Rouena Street, Worcester 13 Summit Place, Newburyport 20 Wilson Street, Natick 1871 Columbus Avenue, Roxbury 27 Parklawn Road, West Roxbury Box 205, Plainfield 6 Crawford Street, Roxbury 70 Grand Street, Danbury, Connecticut 367 Albemarle Road, Newtonville East Main Street, Southboro 96 Union Street, Bridgewater 85 Barbar Road, Framingham 116 Cedar Street, Haverhill 24 Allen Avenue, Westfield Mulberry Street, Fall River Monterey Elm Street, East Pembroke Village Street, Millis 308 LaGrange Street, West Roxbury 202 Appleton Street, Cambridge 206 Earle Street, New Bedford 290 Washington Street, North Attleboro 46 Strong Street, Palmer 120 Winthrop Street, Framingham 16 Riverdale Street, Allston 23 Gates Street, Worcester Town Farm Road, Sudbury 144 Alder Street, Waltham 61 Lover's Lane, Medway 176 Lovell Road, Watertown 135 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge 120 Crescent Street, Auburndale 10 Dale Street, Waltham 7 Langsford Street, Gloucester 27 Woodbine Road, Medford 68 Lincoln Street, Marlboro 10 Palfrey Road, Belmont 74 Anawan Avenue, West Roxbury 106 George Street, Medford 44 Pond Street, Framingham 202 Irving Street, Framingham ELEMENTARY VOCATIONAL Romeyn, Mary Field Seaver, Barbara Anne Uclcerman, Rose Voile, Muriel .lean Wombolt, Myrtle Mae Bailey, Grace Stuart Bolton, Rosalind Peggy Burr, Virginia Mary Hamilton, Phyllis Barbara Hoyt, Evelyn Ruth Luis, l..eonor M. Madden, Agnes Loyola Maichle, Grace Louise Noyes, Virginia Muriel Palmer, Sally Elizabeth Querze, Mildred Jacqueline Shells, Elinore Catherine Todd, Nancy Louise 98 East Emerson Street, Melrose 2 Helson Heights, Milford 23 Deering Road, Mattapan 68 Chesbrough Road, West Roxbury 18 Parlc Avenue, Winchester 175 South Street, Reading P. O. Box 2, Coshen Lake Street, South Bellingham P. O. Box 5, New Salem 885 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge 54 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford 35 Greenway Street, Pittsfield 30 Weeks Avenue, Roslindale 8 Cleveland Road, Wellesley 363 Walker Street, Lowell Box 571, Sagamore 241 Grove Street, Chestnut Hill 181 Chestnut Street, Wilmington VOCATIONAL HOUSE MWIIIWIIBIWIUIIIII Z 2 'VI 11 Aa! 'ww --,Q .-I -Ig g,.3.'.', " D mmf I' Y - 'W44' .31-'L 3, FL -' ' " v is ,' , , . ., , . 'I N 11!'7" . ' '.N f , 41 1 Y Y 'Il I. fr, , 1: , , - 5 . v r A . , fx ,NJ 'IW ,. , -Q 1 'V' -7- ,. " A A M, 5 . 1 xp. .- 5. , f . -3 -Q" ' 1' .i"',. - P "f-'P ' A 'iffim,,,,,..,., H. J ., - 1 Tc 'lx if .fur-A ,fa VJ. ., 'u 1 3 .- .v. , . .., iw W-.-7. L x , 'rm :- 4- .W 11- 61" I, MV. Y K CQ, Hr Q. gjyfif-7' .1 'r ni,-.A I, 'V J 6 ', .Y-,-. H , , , A . . I-,,.... ,.Yv,r -1- I. -f., .1 Q. x 1,--1, ,. .L X V-, 5 ,-, 7... flu J- -fm, ul V1 1, wg . V., ,,, V .- 1 -J f, "- - 1 :-..-1, ,A-.V ,-Q, ' 1 ' 1 .. J! ., f I ,W jf, ' A 1 . 'I' ' ' V 'T' ' 1 4 1 L I-'-.::n:, N-. .3,,-,,, , .1 '.-ff 'A Q .-+,wlN,"' fy .rf L . . L , .-, - , ,Lf ... 1,3 ., 'N' L, Ag, .4 .A . Cl-1 AJ- A QA 4.1, . F' g, 1,,.':, L f qw 41- - 3. .,:b,L , A , ,, - .2 , -,v '-fm,-1"n,"g5 .N AD-XJ, Q .' 'HIL 'm , W 1- , ,, . omff 5 I' tg gi- Caruso, Melia, King, Hughes, Cook, Neuhart, Climo. G English, Walsh, Nethercote, Zaretto, President O'Connor, Proctor, Sheils, Bruen. Miss Larned, McNalley, Congdon, Walsh, Gleason, Barrett, Dean Savage. We believe in a co-operative government wherein the faculty and students share the responsibilities and worlc of guiding school activities and maintaining the highest standards forthe college. The organization functions through the Following committees: the Class and Club Council, the Judiciary Board, the Commuters' Council, the Library Council, and the Quiet and Order Committee. The Association Finances each year the publication of the Freshman Handboolc and sponsors several social activities. All students are members of the Student Co-operative Association and elect the officers who are to assume the school leadership. Those chosen for this responsible position for the past year have been: Patricia Walsh, President, Marion Congdon, First Vice- President, Helen Gleason, Second Vice-President, Elizabeth Barrett, Secretary, and Claire McNally, Treasurer. President O'Connor, Dean Savage, Miss Larned,and Miss Turner are advisors to the association. STUDENT CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION JUDICIARY BOARD ,Lf Carter, Wartiainen, Goyer, Congdon, Crowell. The .ludiciary Board must consider all matters of discipline which are referred to it and deal with such cases in a helpful, constructive way,so as to foster a spirit of self discipline. The council chairman is the first Vice-President of the Student Co-operative Association, Marion Congdon, the faculty advisor, Miss Hunt, the remaining repre- sentatives are one senior, Amy Wartiainen, two juniors, .lacqueline Goyer and Constance Carter, and one sophomore, Jean Crowell. t,,,,,,W.. ,,,, , . Caruso, Penrose, Donati, Zaretto, Mr. Gilday, Rostrom, Clay, O'Connell. English, President O'Connor, Gleason, Dean Savage, Climo. The Class and Club Council is composed of all Class and Club Presidents and the Editors of the Dial and Gate Post. The council under the guidance oi its president, Helen Gleason, second Vice-President of the Student Co-operative Association, and faculty advisor Mr. Edward F. Gilday, Jr., strives to solve any problems ol the organiza- tions represented, plans the schedule for elections, and forms a committee with the faculty advisors of all the organizations to arrange a well rounded program and calendar of the extra-curricular activities for the school year. The council has revised the point system under which all extra curricular offices are given certain numerical rating according to their evaluation. This year the council agreed to use the weelcly club hour for either defense classes or Red Cross Sewing and Knitting. CLASS AND CLUB COUNCIL A xg! STUDENT ALUMNAE BUILDING FUND sf' Barrett, Moran, Clare, Leger, Miss Larned, Ecker. Walsh, Congdon, Climo, O'Connell, Zaretto. This hard worlcing committee which loolcs to the future is continuing to be very active and effective over our Campus. Under the able leadership ol Marion Congdon, first Vice-President of the Student Co-operative Association, the worlc and the purpose of this group has been regularly brought before the student body. It wouldn't be Framingham without the slcits and novel methods of advertising the S. A. B. F. sponsors. Miss Larned has again been Faculty advisor, and the other members have been Margaret Clare, Patricia Walsh, Emily Climo, Lucy Zaretto, Anna Eclcer, Rosemary O'Connell, Ellen Moran, Eleanor Leger, and Elizabeth Barrett. 'I 'v C' Harris, Ecker, Keith, Keough, Proctor, Dean Savage, Hughes, Ellis, Seisig. The purpose ofthe Quiet and Order Committee is self-explanatory. It exercises its authority over Chapel, assembly, and the dining hall. Two members from each class are on this committee, those this year being Alice Hughes, chairman, Mary Harris, Anna Eclcer, Esther Seisig, Helen Proctor, Eleanor Kane, Anne O'Hare, Kathryn Keith, ancl Barbara Ellis. QUIET AND ORDER COMMITTEE fX ' ' J ,gg :A J? I CI 1 W' . Env, Agusta, Dean Savage, Davis, Mitchell, Ahearn, Wright, Murphy, Nethercote, Richards. COMMUTERS' CGUNCIL The commuters have their worries, and so to help them with any difficulties arising over traveling, finding overnight accommodations, and luncheon facilities, we have the Commuters' Council. This year For the first time the Council sponsored a Commuters' Banquet on the evening of our Candlelight Service. Two representatives from each class helped malce the worlc of the Council successful. The members this year have been Mary Nethercote, Chairman during the First semester, Margaret Byrne, Chairman during the second semester, Marie Ahern, Virginia Mitchell, Maureen Murph y, Jeanne Augusta, Mary Richards, Miriam Wright, and lrene Davis. I iff? wer 'K ...A 1- V msg 9 ,Aaf K Fitzpatrick, Taber, Carlson, Parry. White, Cook, Miss Pratt, Proctor, Carpenter. Our library was dedicated this year to Ella C. Ritchie, who was librarian For many years. The supervision of the use of the library is the responsibility of the Library Council which has two representatives from each class. The members of this year's Council have been Eleanor Coolc, Chairman, Marguerite Carlson, Dorothy White, Helen Proctor, Katherine Taber, Hazel Parry, Ann Garvin, Dorothy Carpenter, and Clare Fitzpatriclc. LIBRARY COUNCIL El T57 fr Burr, Doyle, Moody, Proctor, Daley, Patey, Chaisson, Nickerson, Walsh. CHEMISTRY COUNCIL The Chemistry department employs the honor system, and the Student Council carries through its functions. It oFFers an opportunity for the development of self gov- ernment and individual integrity. The officers of the council are: President, Priscilla Patey, Vice-President, Mary O'Malley, and Secretary, Kathleen Walsh. The Class representatives are: Seniors, Katherine Doyle, Priscilla Nickerson, Juniors, Helen Proctor, Jean l.'Esperance, Sophomores, Virginia Moody, Jean Crowell, Freshmen, Dorcas Daley, Elizabeth Furneaux, Marie Chaisson, and Clare Forbes. Clay, Costello, Miss Rust, Neuhart, Carroll, Bastow, Chace. So that we shall lcnow "what's new in home economics," and so that we shall belong to the Massachusetts, the New England, and the American Home Economics Association, we join the Louisa A. Nicholass Home Economics Club, organized in 1924 and given its present name in 1930 in honor of Miss Nicholass, head of the Household Arts Department for many years. At our meetings we entertain spealcers who are experts in fields associated with home economics. Annually we present lnter- national Night which this year was a Pan-American Bazaar. Our officers are Norma Clay, President, Jane Bastow, Vice-President, Ruth Carroll, Secretary, and Kathleen Costello, Treasurer. Our Faculty-Advisor is Miss Hester Rust. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB DIAL STAFF Rabinowitz, Eagan, Mr. Sullivan, Baglione, Palladino. Ellis, Haggblom, Rothberg, King, McConaghy, Ecker, Height. Mahn,Labarre, Coughlin, Patey. Editor . . Business Managers . Literary Editor . . Art Editor . . . Subscription Manager Photography Editor . Club Editor . . Class Editor . . Advertising Manager Will and Prophecy . History . Charlotte King Edna McConaghy Ruth Rothberg Katherine Haggblom Esther Height Anna Eclcer Phyllis Ellis Priscilla Patey Ellen Mahn Mary Nethercote Rita Lataarre Amy Wartianen Rose Cooney Alice Hughes Managing Editor Assistant Editor Music . Art . Movies . . Current Events Library . . Assistant Business Business Manager Manager Theresa Caruso, Mary Taylor Margaret Cassidy, Ruth Rothberg Dorothy English Helen Bruen Marcia Bates, ' Claire McNally Jane Bastow Virginia Hosmer Miriam Wright I Makewp ' Louise Palladino Circulation Esther Seisig Advertising . Alice Dealy Helen Murphy Barbara Sheridan Distribution . Connie Carter, Jean Lord, Lois Thompson 5 Eleanor Leger, ' Literary - ' Gertrude MacMillan ' l Louise Palladino News . - Mary Nethercote S t Louise Russo, po' S ' Betty Barrett, ' Exchange Barbara Egan Eileen O'Connell, Faculty ' Ruth Neuhart Alumnae . Helen Pettingell Training School . Thelma Ricles Copy .... Dorothy Kelly Social and Personal . Alta Campbell GATE POST Editorial Staff: Special Reporters 'X T- , -.,, 1 ., 4. Totilas, E. O'Connell, V. O'Connell, Costello, Harris, DeCourcey, Miss Joyce. TIZIOMAS A KEMPIS CLUB The Thomas A'Kempis Club, affiliated with the New England Federation of College Catholic Clubs, was organized for the religious, cultural, and social development of the Catholic members of the Student body. This year, as in the past, the club has sponsored the annual fall and spring Communion brealcfasts. The big formal of the year was held in December at the Hotel Statler. ffhis gives the whole school a chance to feel a bit cosmopolitan., The members of the club have chosen as this year's leaders, Eileen O'Connell, President, Kathleen Costello, Vice President, Mary Harris, Secretary, Florence Totilas, Treasurer, Mary De Courcey, Publicity, and Virginia O'Connell, Federation Delegate. Miss Alice Joyce, faculty advisor, and The Reverend John Day, Chaplain, have been most helpful in guiding the Club's undertakings. The club felt greatly privileged in being able to present to the school for assembly spealcer The Reverend Bernard Hubbard, the famed "Glacier Priest." 1 -it 4 .. Q, r N' . F 1 Neuhart, Pettingill, Bennett, Oldach, Patey, Paquin. Williams, Turner, Bates, Penrose, Lowe, Miss Buckley, Rothberg. Sparhawk, Hosmer, Wright, Campbell. "To realize a full and creative life through the growing lcnowledge of God, and to have a part in malcing this life possible for all people," are the common desires of all the Young Women's Christian Associations. The group on our campus is effective in its worlc to further Christian fellowship in everyday activities. The club malces a particular effort to welcome the incoming freshmen by having a tea on registration day and by giving the girls roses on their first Sunday at College. This year, through week-end activities, an attempt has been made to increase the girls' interest in spending more time on campus. The Y. W. C. A. of Framingham is a member of the nation-wide organization and a participant in the World's Student Christian Movement, which is a federation of individual religious groups. Off campus, inter-collegiate meetings and conferences give members helpful and broadening experiences. This year the group has been led in its worlc by Elizabeth Penrose, President, Marcia Bates, Vice-President, Marion Lowe, Secretary, Ada Turner, Treasurer, Miss Muriel Buckley, Faculty Advisor, and a cabinet of ten members. Always such worlc has been needed and felt, but a year such as this has increased the demand. Y. W. C. A Tablas, Uclcerman, Sprague, Miss Buckley, Mr. Gilday, Daley, Querze, Kaprielian "Music hath charms" and so have our Glee Club and Choir. Through them there come to the College many worthwhile experiences in music. There are the ioint con- certs with other colleges-those this year being with Harvard and Worcester Polytechnic institute-the candle light service, the chapel programs, the radio broadcast, and Finally the Pops Concert. The two groups sing under the very able direction of Mr. Edward F. Gilday, Jr. The officers are Ruth Chaput, President, Margaret Clare, Vice-President, Celia Chace, Secretary, Margaret Gildea, Treasurer, and Esther Seisig and Dorothy Anderson, Librarians. MUSICAL CLUBS FINE ARTS CLUB Anderson, Charrier, Rostrom, Bowen, Worton. To those interested in dramatic art the Fine Arts Club offers the fun and experience of workshop, puppetry, verse choir, radio, or arts and crafts groups. The Club sponsors an annual play, this year's being "Brief Music," the proceeds from which were given. to the British War Relief Society for the adoption of a British child for the year 1942. in further keeping with the times the Workshop Players have prepared a one-act play, "Heart's Illusion," for production in Service Camps. The officers of the Club are Barbara Rostrom, President, Mary Louise Bowen, Vice-President, Barbara Worton, Secretary, and Lucille Charrier, Treasurer. The Faculty-Advisor is Miss Louise Kingman. G Davis, Zaretto, Hartley, Anderson, Nethercote, Totilas. Mullen, Turner, Kirk, Donati, Russo, Miss Taylor, Baglione MacLean, Richardson, Ellis, Parry, Savignano. The Athletic Association desires a sport for every girl and every girl in at least one sport. On the campus there is much evidence of such a plan under the leadership of: President, Kathryn Donati, Vice-President, Louise Russo, Secretary, Ada Turner, Treasurer, Priscilla Kirlc, and Faculty Advisor, Bernice W. Taylor, and the Managers, Publicity, Eleanor Baglione, Hoclcey, Alvena Savignano, Basketball, Florence Totilas, Badminton, Phyllis Ellis, Archery, Evelyn Hartley, Hilcing, Hazel Parry, Bowling, Betty Lowry, Modern Dance, Mary Nethercote, Volley Ball, Dorothy Anderson, Baseball, Louise Richardson, Tennis, Barbara Mullin, and Freshman Representative, Jean McLean. Added inducement is offered in the awards that are given out. Such events as Harvard-Yale weelc-end and field day bring all the classes and faculty together as athletes or spectators. Stunt Night is a yearly high of fun and in- formality fespecially when the faculty talces down its hairl. The club considers this year's special feature the Modern Dance Symposium in which other groups from State Colleges are talcing part. The Association is a member of the Women's Athletic Conference of the Massa- chusetts State Teachers Colleges. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MacLean, Parry, Moran, Mullen, Ellis, Cook. Biancardi, Barrett, Congdon, Wartiainen, Savignano. T M Baglione, McPherson, Temple, Bastow, Keough, Knipp. Davis, Totilas, Lambert, Richardson, Hamilton. iw ,, v 5, 'Z' Todd, O'Connell, Thibeault, Zaretto, Leger, Kirk Noyes, Bolton, Donati, Russo, McCarty. Magowen, Donnelly, Salmon, Pearson, Carle. Carroll, McClean, Porter, Climo, Stutman. MAY HALL STEPS f7AMPWlZlQWNll2lZIMiZlQW5 N H 54 H Cx , s L., , .V V, f in K r , ,- 1, ,, r . x : I , . , I 'ff ,L ,. 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F v 1V1f+'w'1' .,4f 4. ,J TOGETHER Graduates of 1942, Continue with us, the alumnae, in happy association with this, our college, working with it and for it, that her work be always good and her name our pride. TVhen your final tests are written and your books are closed, you need not say, '6Good-bye." Upon graduation it is your privilege to become a part of an Alumnae Association that is active and alive to the best interests of the college. Already you have benefited by the work of our graduates striving together. Now you, too, may take part in this great company working always that Framingham State Teachers College may be the finest school of its kind in the land. The Association holds in trust various funds M each with a definite purpose. These are for scholarships for students in the college: for the improvement and equipment of the college buildings: for the music library fund: for teachers who through illness or misfortune are in need of financial help: and for other necessary and worthwhile interests. For the operating expenses of the Association there is a General Fund made up of annual dues and augmented by the efforts of the Wlays and hleans Committee. Through its Historical Committee the Association is keeping up-to-date a loose leaf history of our college, by gathering and filing valuable material. Your class has its pla.ce in this history, and you will want to supply material for its pages. A Clubs Committee helps to organize and direct Framingham C lubs. which are active in the interests of the Association, the College, and the community. Find the one in your locality and lend it your strength and enthusiasm, while you get acquainted with your older sisters. The By-Laws of the Association provide for several types of memberships. You may become an active member upon the payment of the annual dues of one dollar, or a Life lVIember, exempt from further dues, upon the payment of thirty dollars. Join the Alumnae Association and become a co-worker with us. In the words of VVashington: "A hundred tlzousand men coming one after anoflzer could not more a li071 'll'6'I.g1lf, but the mzited Strengtlz Qfjffty would transport if uiiflz ease!" COI'T1PIlITlen+S of jfuclenjr Govemmenlf yqssocicfion Compllmenfs of Senior QIOSS C PIiITlGI'lJfS of unior. 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Compliments ol tlwe Allwlelic Associcllion Compliments ol tlwe Qlala TGI 1 e9+Qc,a5f ome Economics WHITMAN, MASS. Route 18 ' KENNETH AND RUTH WAKEFIELD TS TI' I-,, ' 5. .f '," " - J S. S. PIERCE CO. BOSTON Famous for GOOD FOOD DELICACIES CANDIES SAI.TED NUTS GIFT BOXES DECORATED CAKES TOILET ARTICLES has st show .qlze tjI1atziaI0'z rived For the highest level. Our record s "A," or excellent, in FOOD, SERVICE and ATMOSPI-IERE. Still the cost is moderate. TI-IE SODA FOUNTAIN BAR Sandwiches and I-lome Made Ice Cream The gathe new Colonial Room is available lor rings of all lcinds. Menus on Request. ,CDM c9I1a'ziaI0'z Just below Framingham Centre MAIL ORDERS SIX STORES 4--X5 If B o LTO N -s MART C o. E Incorporated i- SLI I ' 5, 3 Wholesale Purveyors of Choice BEEF - LAMB - VEAL . PORK s2i'5??2ig5 ?s ' F . . - POULTRY - FISI-I . BUTTER CI-IEESE - EGGS AL5?if--ff' M- REETISICAIES 'M'-ROUSE 17-25 SOUTH MARKET STREET OpEN ALL YEAR BOSTON A Charming Place to Dine On the Worcester Highway at FRAMINGHAM CENTRE The Grace M. Abbott Teachers' Agency GRACE M. ABBOTT, Manager 120 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON Member National Association ol Teachers' Agencies gtavis Qvug Stove ERAMTNGT-TAM CENTRE Headquarters For Our School Supplies FRAMINGHAM LAUNDRY 162 HOWARD STREET FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS O Telephone Framingham 7163 Compliments ol the Eine Arts Compliments ol the 0 ,lf - IOHICIS ,ZZ Cempis Club THE B 8a W LINES Convenient Motor Coach Service BOSTON WORCESTER SPRINGFIELD Low Monthly Students' Rates Ask Us About CHARTERED COACHES Tel.: Framingham 4343 COMPLIMENTS OF QBEATTIE tit NXQGUIRE, Im. Silks - Woolens - Rayons - Cottons - Hosiery 29 TEMPLE PLACE BOSTON MASSACHUSETTS Telephone l.lBerty 5753 Compliments Ol StrOng's Market 3 HIGH STREET FRAMINGHAM CENTRE, MASS. The Cary Teachers' Agency of Boston ROSE ESTELLE BRADBURY, Manager 14 BEACON STREET BOSTON, MASS. Tel. LAFayette 7158 Member National Assn. Teachers Agencies Compliments Ol Y. W. C. A. Gioinjnlinienls ol tgq griencl HOWARD JOHNSON'S 120 WORCESTER ROAD FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Framingham 4274 FRATERNITY JEWELRY FLOWERS BY PAPER PRODUCTS A GIFTS AND FAVORS Bffffefwvff 5 Mounted with the Framingham State Teachers College Seal DUTCHY PEIRCE, Representative Room 202 234 BOYLSTON ST., BOSTON, MASS. L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY, Attleboro, Mass. Distinctively Original - Smartly Different Conservatively Priced CONCORD and CLINTON STREETS FRAMENGHAM Phone 3533 COMPLIMENTS OF QTQIJIIQY CFFJFIQQIQCZ .gfouse aao WORCESTER ROAD Framingham Centre MASSACHUSETTS Compliments Ol the usicol Qlulvs List of .qbafvons BATES STATIONERY COMPANY IRVING SQUARE, FRAMINGHAM Telephone 5205 GORDON MFG. CO. FRAMINGHAM CENTRE ALEXANDER J. MONTGOMERY Florist--Roses a Specialty WORCESTER STREET, NATICK . 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