Gardner High School - Wampanoag Yearbook (Gardner, MA)

 - Class of 1949

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A BANK IS KNOWN by 1ts wlllmgness to take care of nts customers requxrements Your mqulry on any phase of banklng IS cordlally mvlted Gardner Trust Company The People s Bank Federal DCp0Slt Insurance Corporatlon l" .'l 1 1- 4- + 1- 1- -A' -A- Li 'J THE ARGUS Publlshed by the Puplls of the Gardner Hlgh School VOL XXXXV JUNE 1949 NUMBER 3 Fntered as Second Class Matter Dec 6 1909 at the Post Offlce at Gardner Mass under the Ac! of March 3 1879 Publxshed at GARDNER MASSACHUSETTS mTtIl.KH0lAs7-,C Neus Edxlor I orrame I 11o1e Illustrahonv lwlftors Dolorc s I ore Lrlzfor In Chzff M lfy Mulqueen Asuslrml I rlrlnr Clfflllllllllil Jllanagrr Rnh ard Casey Rl! 1 Kennedy Ass I News l 1lll0f9 Brenda Tudhope Arll ne Comllard Roland I eel r I uc1enne Desnrdms 49 Raymond Stex ens 49 Ehzabeth Bourgems 50 Alston Chacc Robert DIOR 50 Cl'11rc C'a1danow1c7 50 Clalre Coguen 50 Robert Greenwood D1v1d Hardy 50 M 1ry Malonson 50 Ihylhs Nm ak 50 N 1ncy Phelan 50 James Bramard Raymond Fop,u4n 51 Irene Goguen 52 She1Ia H111 nf Arlene Rosenfeld 59 Dorothy Sawm 52 Fanh Strom Mur1el Arstnault 40 Thomas Denney 50 LITERARY J0'lll Bourn 49 Anno Coit 49 June Duk 19 N xncy Howlett 49 Ahce Kumpulaxnen Je 1nn1ne I avo1e 49 Jean I eamy 49 RllOCll Lmtz 49 Mary Lup1en 49 James Nee Juhette Iellerm 49 Betty Lou Andersson 50 Olga Beck 50 MTTIOD Carter Marjone Ford 50 Janet J1Ilson 50 Catherlne Mlflln 50 Fugene Murdock 50 Barbira Pearson Betty T1rpey 50 Cxrl Nord 51 Mirtm Rafferty 51 Deborah Underwood 51 Art Club Aswmbln v Hand Hovs Sports Camera Club F n nrh Club Girls Spnrls Latln Club Maiquz rs Lorr'11ne Bernard 49 Barbara Ahlstrom 49 M.1r1e Ill xkley 49 M ly L 1vo1e 49 Frank C lD'lCl 49 Pr1sc11l 1 Loulombe Donald K oguen blame Roy Rxta Kennedy W1l11am Wym m Joan Bourn Mary I uplen Jo mn Stuart I'h1ll1p O Brlen NE WS S TA FF Malhemallcs Club Nancy llowlett Music Club Joan Hemo Natural Srlence Club June Rmger I rznczpal s Cabmet Phylhs Novak I ro Merzto Phyllns H3ldUklCWlCZ Rovmg Reporter Thomas Denney Stamp Club Hope Hart1gan Tn H1 Juhette I eller1n Maryone Ford 50 Workshop Maureen Denney IOKES Jeannme Boucher 49 Dorothy Hartshorn 49 Bette Hannula 50 Anne I eblanc EXCHANGES James Murdock 49 Dawd Meadows 50 Maryann Rodskx 50 ALUMNI Theresa G1rouard 49 Mxry Flanagan 50 ART Helen Mizeyka 49 'ihxrley Leger 51 TYPISTS Mane Bhkley 49 Jeanmne Lavolc 49 Lenore Murdock 49 Alvm Rodskx 49 Geraldlne Saunders Jenme GYIHCCWICZ Catherlne Mart1n Robert Reponen Hermme Plouffe Carolyn Vxgeant FACULTY ADVISERS Co Advisers, MISS Dorr1ce Sheldon, M1ss Mary L Horrlgan Buszness, Mr Mart1n Lahtlncn Illustratxons, MISS Evelyn B Wells, MISS MarJor1e Ramge Prznlmg and Bmdzng, Mr Joseph K1vl1n Smgle CODICS, 357 Yearly Subscrlptlon, 757 All subscr1pt1ons should be sent to the C1rculat1on Manager. Issued three tlmes a year. Dec , Aprll, June :-rw ---H -f - - e f . ' I ' ' 9 v ' I up 'YYY '- i V I h F755 Y ' . 4 . A . . I ,49 ' - - ' , 1 ' '49 fl 5 - 1 - 5 ' " z I f '49 , - " ' ' ': '49 ' t : ' ,y 4 Alfl11'fll'SllIA! lllnnagcr David Rose '49 K 4 ,, Y' 5 BUSINESS BOARD I Y V u ' 1 s " ' ' 'TL x t ' U ' ' ' . ,I , , ' x 4 , 1 , I . 3 '51 A . 2 ' ' "49 Q ' . l ,49 I. . ,.'.' 3 ' ' 1 '49 7 ' ' ' ' ' . ,49 , . . . . . ' . ' '49 ' 1 ' 'C . 2 '49 ' . . , , .1 ,51 .I . . , . . ' ' '- ' f 1 . . ' ' ' ' .51 5, ' . EST 1826 .Since 7826 Amerlnas foremost prndtwr Ut Uudhty furnlture h hv Larutqe hlqhchalrs Summpf furtuture rallrnad and bus tEdt1HQ school turmture and theatre chalrs YA 0 , . 1 7 , H J 'I 'E S, , -1 11 , f' ' . A . , , . .Since i826 Eerdners leadmq Hldllqffy ann suuree Heywnud W uef1eldEuInpany stlll nffere uppurtunlty and advancement tu ynunq men and wulnen whu seek careers IH lndustry' O y 7 uf ernuluylnent. Turley, - ai ' BEN NOR COMPANY Super Furniture Mart Hedstrom Union Co Juvemle Wheel Goods Gardner Mass Fltchburg Mass I , 0 , O Help our advertisers who have helped us. Famous for Baby Carrlages Strollers Baby Walkers J uvenlle Furmture Thayer Tops for Tots 66 99 Help our advertisers who have helped us. X rf' Q wage 47? M' IT S GRADUATION TIME Congratulatzons, Graduates Class of 1949' Our be t Wlbl18S to each and every one of you for happmess and success along your ture way whether lt be further schoolmg the busmess world, or home maklng W If xt comes from Rose's xt IS good and the pnce IS nght. Help our advertisers who have helped us. I .I .....4.. -I-' I 6 ' N. '-ggil:gIQ EQf3 :"" ""' 'V-'::ii2Z:sf f 4,- "' ? 2353. .-.x, . 'X It v:E:ESE1::g. was 21 u Q22 ' -III 1111:-. .- 'iflzl'-:. "5 4-.E"v '1 ' I .4 c',:,:,,. A .3 59- ,f:-in 6 "" - .piv ' ' -5:-:-:5:::S2:5:::g-:ggzjfffifik . 9 1 C O I-I . i Q H ' fu- Modern Methods Sanitary Conditions Newest Equipment Pasteurzzed Mzlk Irradzated Vztamm D Mzlk Cream Ice Cream Gardner Creamery 287 Central St Phone 335 C Ci Help our advert' who hav h lp d us. X X X X X X U X E UQ X X XX X X X X X H X X Sam gas ranges l - as ranges electric ranges Z f RANGES Ann HEATERS oil ranges dual-oven combination ranges oil burnin hea ers range oil burners d h h h 1 TIME STAMPS WATLHMEN S CLOCKS Slmplex Tlme Recorder Co. South Lxneoln Street PAYROLL RIICORDERS LOS'l RLCORDERS Help our advertlsers who have helped us 1 7 O I Gardner, Massachusetts O 4 4 1 N F L1 O Hearn Manufacturlng Co Colomal F urmture 525 Parker Street Gardner, Mass New Hlgh School Fashlons Wrth Young Ideas' Sprmg prcttles styled KSDPCI lly for the Hxgh School MISS We h we the mswe to glamour you Jumors cl'1mor for' Sklrts Blouses Sweaters Coats We ll'1VllL you to V1S1t the newly remodeled department on the Second Flo mx wat tht styles fe xtuud m lead ng fashlon mag lzmes Golan 0 ,PEARSO S Help our 'ldvertxsers who have helped us , 0 O O O l I 0 2 2 .T r ' ' K ' C . sc . ' tl ' ' Suits - Footwear and all the accessories 9 5 1 .ff . W- V I , Frank Smith Silver Company Established 1886 Q Manufacturers of Sterling Silverware for over sixty years 60 Chestnut Street Gardner Mass Frank W Smith, Inc Screw Machine Products , 0 I O I Help our advertisers who have helpe-d us. GARDNER ARTIST STUDIO Nestor Makl 8: Son Studzo and Home Portrazture Graduatlon Photographs Our Specialty J RICHARD O NEIL CO OFFICIAL SCHOOL CLASS RING .IE WELERS J RICHARD ONEIL CO CAMBRIDGI' 39 MASS Hlp d t hh hp 63 Parker Street Phone 615 9 9 Q Q J , l ' w o ave l d The Gardner Daily News Is the only newspaper publishing all news of activities in the Gardner High School. Special reports of foot- ball, baseball, basketball, and other sporting events Also social events Headquarters for Portable Typewriters SALES SER VICE RENTALS Complete Offzce Servzce Telephone 544 M Gardner Office Supply Co Corner Parker and Nichols Streets I I - Help our advertisers who have helped us. O W Slebert Company Manufacturers of Baby Carrzages Doll Carrzages Veloczpedes Qualzty and Prestzge lhe quallty of lnstructlon you recewe w1ll determlne to a great degree your success For b1Xty one years Becker junlor Lollege has successfully tramed hlgh school graduates for the1r One of these courses should mterest you Busmess AdHllHlStf3tl0H Commerclal Journallsm Medical Secretarxal Merchandlsmg Higher Accountancy Secretarial Fmlshmg Executive Secretarlal Stenographlc Secretarxal Autlzorzzc 41 to confer the Associate 111 Science degree Mld Year classes begln February 7, 1949 Send for L xtalog BECKER JUNIOR COLLEGE Worcester Massachusetts Help our advertrsers who have helped us O O 0 O I I r 4 r' ' , " . ' lifework. , . x . . . 3 Huvllgmm Hflrfngn Joseph P O Connell and ASSOCl3t6S Real Estate 85 Insurance Davld F Meany Esther Mannmen 286 Central St '00 Phone 1706 W Nlchols 8: Stone Co The Home of Wmdsor Chazrs Help our advertxsers who have helped us K - I - - - - 1880 C99 HAIN ST. GARDN , 0 I . ,ll . 1 I-nh x ,L-2'f:?':-if w X M57 """5':7f.15f?':' H 'X- ,Q-.fa x .-5 .1 ' v i'i'lFlii" ' ' , ' , ll N 'il M lull!! JE" I 3 .A-gw, '-'ik fi' , ' , . i I I I l I Q - - I Q . M A Hubbard 8: Son Furmture Plano Machlnery Local and Long Dzstance Truckzng Leonard S Hubbard Mgr Tel 383 487 Mazn St GARDNER MACHINE WORKS, Inc Manufacturers of Speclal Chalr Machlnery Umon Square Gardner Mass Thomas Brazell Wholesale Dealer of Malt Beverages Try our extra dry Ginger Ale It costs less than some others 201 Pleasant St Gardner Mass Gardner Upholstered Furmture Co , Inc Manufacturers of Quality Living Room Furniture Help our advertisers who have helped us. I O . . . . , . O - O . . . , . . . 9 0 C I I J, Enomvlno Co Rousseau Bros Mfg Co , Inc Speclahsts ln Boudolr Chalrs and Chalse Lounges LEMAY FURNITURE CORP Where Good F urmture Costs Less STORES IN FITCHBURG GARDNER WINCHENDON GREENFIELD KEENE N H BRATTLEBORO VT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY' Dave's SEFVICE Statlon Corner Mann and Chestnut Streets AMOCO PRODUCTS REMEMBER For Better SCYVICB, Come to Dave's Help our adverusers who have helped us. l i 1-:sul ! J Q l-44-PORTLAND STREET'WORCESTER,MASS.-l O O O I I fl ' li , . . . O I Mlchelman Carlson Co OUTFITTERS TO MEN AND BOYS SAMUEL KAPLAN J Leopold Morse Suits Lee Hats Tlmely Suits Bostonian 8: Mansfield Shoes Manhattan Shlrts 32 PARKER STREET GARDNER MASS Parker Street Diners, Inc A Good Place to Eat Corner Parker and Graham Streets HULETTE TRANSPORTATION Daily Service Gardner to Boston Boston Offices Home Office 15 Merchants Row 381 Elm Street 57 Chatham St Gardner Mass Pho s C p tol 6885 6 Phone 963 CHILDRENS FURNITURE CORP Manufacturers of Juvenile Furniture 47 Wasa Street Gardner Mass. Help our advertisers who have helped us o 1 0 Successor to , r. , . o 0 CC 7! . , . ne : a i - U ! . FOR THE DANCE FOR THE GIRL The Corsage from RITTER S COLO IAL HOTEL Eastern R1chf1eld SCFVICC Statlon Umon Square at the depot Gasollne Motor 011s Accessorles VUICHHIZIHQ Greaslng Te 1231 Edward ChltOW Prop Bolster O11 Company, Inc CITIES SERVICE Complete Motor Tune up Ozl Burners Gas Motor Ozls and Heatmg Ozls 140 South Mam Street Gardner Mass Tel 1415 Help our advertlsers who have helped us 9 Range Oil Fuel oil l. ' , . Kumholm Mfg Co Lllly Varmsh Company Gardner Mass Stams Fzllers Lacquers Enamels Varmshes WEED S SMART SHOP Nationally Advertzsed Dresses for the Mzss and Junior Mzss Newest Styles Courteous, lnterested servlce New Men s Shop Downstazrs 76 Parker St Tel 2880 Gardner Mass oxxs APPLIANCFS GAS INSTALLATIONS SUPERIOR BOTTLED GAS SERVICE 176 WEST ST GARDNER MASS Help our advertlsers who have helped us I I O Q 0 3 0 7 , . I O , O All types of PHONE 2660 All types of Arllngton Cha1r Co South Gardner After the Game After the Dance The Campus Tea Room and Restaurant Al NATIONALLY KNO WN MERCHANDISE CLIPPER CRAFT CLOTHES FREEMAN 8z FLORSHEIM SHOES KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES ARROW SHIRTS TIES UNDERWEAR WORSTED TEX CLOTHES INTERWOVEN HOSE STETSON HATS MCGREGOR SPORTSWEAR BOTANY 500 SUITS TAILORED BY DAROFF Garbose Bros , Inc General port hop Complete lme of Sportlng Equlpment Telephone 620 96 Mam Street Help our advertlsers who have helped us O O O Men and Young Men ways find what they want at this Men's Store O O O O l FLANAGAN b BUS LINES 4 1 45,1 gif A' 5 0 ,Q N 551V Z! dP ty R b Rt Tl 1146 1176 Collier Keyworth Company Manufacturers of Office Chalr Irons Folding Go Carts Baby Carriage Hardware Hatton Press, Inc Prlnters Gardner, Mass Compliments of Best of Fuels COAL, COKE, 8: FUEL OILS Office - 266 Central Street fNear Uptown Theatrej Phone 1500 C. B. KENDALL co. 'eg "VL "M" ' fC-Lil n F. ', 4' 'I :il 1 I A !,3,.,, .I ' . . .1.Zf5i9f'f FV slab' ,,-'fm A if -'L .4 jg i-wg' K ,,-,Icing ,tI3,gqf ---3,372 .1,b .. A A ... Sp l Busses for Picnic an ar Work. easona le a el. e . or I o I O Help our advertisers who have helped ul. KELLY BROS., INC. Established 1889 Incorporated 1918 Manufacturers of Maple Living Room Furniture Compliments of Gardner Tool Sz Stampmg Co , Inc 13 Travers St Tel 82 S Now It's Stanley s Jewelei 318 Central St Tel 1180 Gardner Mass LIGHT HEAT POWER At Your Service Gardner Electrlc Llght Co Hlp dt hh hp . 9 Tel. 63 17 West Lynde e our a ver isers w o ave el ed us WHOB News musnc sports and entertamment all yours when you dial 1490 WHOB serves Gardner from 6 O0 A M to 11 00 P M dally Radlo Cabs Prompt and Courteous Service 24 Hour Service Tel 956 Febble s Luncheonette Open 'till 1 00 A M Fried Clams to Go UNION SQUARE LESLIE S, INC Headquarters for Photo Supphes Books Records Sheaffer and Parker Pens and Pencnls Stationery Visit Our New Durand Candy Shop 50 Parker Street Phone 1 Where Gardner Buys Its Greeting Cards Help our advertisers who hav? helped-:ls - - 325 AL'S TAXI Complnments of Owen A Hoban Sulte 21 M Alan Moore Savlngs Bank Bulldmg Trust Co Blllldlllg Patrlck H Murray 89 Lawrence Street Wllham M Quade Room 16 63 Parker Street Gardner Lawyers I- -I William A. Loughlin Rooms 8-9 Compllments of Howard M Ball Agency Inc 10 Parker Street Magnus A Carlberg 14 Clty Hall Avenue Harry B Heselton 15 West Lynde Street Lashua 81 Beauregard Gardner Trust Bulldlng John J Mullaney 66 Parker Street Leo Reponen 63 Parker Street C F Rlchardson 81 Co Inc 268 Central Street Gardner Insurance Agencles r 1 Greenwood Bros. 2 Vemon Street G. H S 1948 1949 Semor Class Preszdent Alan Goddard Vzce Preszdent Dolores Lore Secretary Jean Leamy Treasurer Willlam Ryan Junlor Class Preszdent Robert Reponen Vzce Preszdent Geraldlne Saunders Treasurer Thomas Denney Sophomore Class President Chester Beauregard Vzce President Deborah Underwood Secretary Lorralne Fredette Treasurer James Tudhope Freshman Class Preszdent Edward Roy Vzce President Mar1lyn Ashe Secretary Dorothy Sawm Treasurer Lynn LaCoss Help our advertisers who have helped us Secretary Phyllis Novak BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM Pzrsllwu 'I Parrlsh R Drew A Goddard G Lundeen R Rov W Wyman Coach Tarpex b1condRow L Bellxveau L Woodcomfl I' H111 W Ryan R Trudel G Fltzgerald J Landry GIRLS' BAS KETBALL TEAM l'lTNf Row Coach Brackett C Nelqon A Dobson F Klockam I Korhonen M Gauthler B Bush D Chlpman L Matthews Szcond Row M Dolron B Tresback P Cofhn A Iopoloskl F Polsy N Hedstrom M1QsAldr1ch Third Row P Novak B Otw A Progen C Iesneekl J LaFortune Pourlh Row F Roy B Luplen B Kuczka 9 K " " KJ- 'r- 1- r-.s- 1 -' ................ ,,,,,,,,,M-,M . I I x u K U 5 . . LA L A A '1 L I.. I 1 1 E 1 I w .1 vvy 1 ' 1 Y 1 ' 1 W 1 . P V VIII Svmor 1716111709 C0111 D1s1g11 91 111111 '1111e 111,11 Table of Contents I dltlll mls 11111 qII11S 111111 0111111 11111111 1111111111.1, 111r1111g11 1 111111111111 VI 11111 W1 C1171 Dojzrl H 1111 111 11111111 111 1111 E11111 Robert Dwly Stinley Bel n IIOWIL 1 ex Dormd Cyr JL in I eamy Conr ld COYITIICI' jednnme I IVOIC C 11 8011111111111 f01 Y11111 1311110 W11111 CfI1I1llf11Il77l 111111115 111 Me Qemor Clam Plctures 'md Catalog I lttle Oscwrs Inform mon I'Ie use If ventq The Dust Pan Alumnl Jokes James Murdock 40 DoloreQ Lore 49 Eugene Murdock '50, Robert Reponen '50 W f L. I. C ' Q 1' . 1 ' 1 '49 N ' '.', 1 if "f '1 ff 'z '45 1' ' ' I. .S. ' . '49 " ' ' gg ' 1 1 f '1 . '49 T1111 E1111 111' 11111 BlfLfI.ll11l.IZg Alan Goddard '49 14' ' ' K ' ' Z". 1 ' '49 f 1 ' " . ' ' ,z ' ' '49 II. 1 ' .. ' 1 III. Q 1 S 1 3 IV. ' 1 ' I 2 .' ' V. I . VI. II. ' YJ' 7-'. Y s K , ' 1' J 7 N 7 EDITORIALSl Full Sails wlth Open Mlnd Sunday mght and the entrancmg muslc from the radlo pulls a curtaln across my mmd blottmg out for a tlme what must ultlmately be faced the reallty of llfe whlch ln another sense IS duty duty w1th 1ts many burdens and problems Ah' but 1tlS so comfortable s1tt1ng here hfe lsnt so bad after all untll the hauntlng thought pushes through my cur tamed mlnd and whlspers Son you ve got a Job to do' Stxll I p61SlSt ln slttmg here thls IS a part of llfe 1sn t xt? Ive a rlght to a few moments of relaxatlon Thus once agam I thrust dull care from me and close my eyes to that common enemy of the dreamer duty' TIS sad that my conscxence IS so perslstent' Gnce agaln he tugs at that curtaln and 1n a sorrowful volce re mmds me Wake up-you re fool1ng no one but yourself' At last he has struck deeply and IH the r1ght place foohng no one but yourself' I hat IS what I reallzed after so much wasted tlme But Im lucky theres stlll the opportumty to accompllsh what IS ex pected of me wxthout too much loss of t1me Just once I stop lthank good ness not oftenl and trace the course on whlch my hours of lost t1me takes me Slowly I reahze the Journey ns far and long' Then lt comes here I slt wastlng tlme by traclng the course of hours used ln wasted tlme' Stand up and face what must be done' Such IS the pattern of llfe Many of us drlft dreamlly on the sea of pleasure overlooklng the harbors of duty and opportunxty they seem so dull so un lnterestlng to one so young so full of l1fe-we search for the sunny land of success and fame How nalve' Searchlng for success fame glory on the sea of pleasure the waters of shat tered dreams We each have our boat w1th all the equ1pment necessary how we keep xt 1n condltxon IS up to ourselves We have our cholce of any sea we choose to sall and any harbor IS ours to enter w1th full sa1ls Yet we need the open mmds of the educated who cult1 vates the thought that hls hfe of fame fortune or success lles wlthln the har bors of duty and opportunlty As the tlme approaches for us the graduates of 1949 to cast off on the sea of hfe let us first check our equxp ment IS lt all there and ready for use? Is there a poss1b1l1ty of 1tS rustmg or bemg lost? Is our craft sea worthy or w1ll It slnk as the flrst great wave of dlsllluslonment comes crashmg upon 1ts hulk? Let us now look to the blg day We enter our boat and cast off wavxng a last farewell to the days of our care l'l'l":':'ll'I"k1 i -5-I-ft-..'-f I4-1Illl'nIl'll'I"'lil' l - ... - - .. ..- - - .. I ' I I I 1 In I 1 l II I I' 'l l :I I: I ll' l all lip ll'n I' I, lu ,," lllt,,,u:Isl llll'Il'lI,' ll"llull' Igqlllln llll"lull l ' . n s A Q t . . . . S V , , " 1 1 - 1 C '-' , ' P I 1 - y I-. v ' . . , . . . . , . , , . N ' --1 ' ' r 1 . . . ,, ' v v W ' v ' 11 ' , ' . c. . ,. , . . . L . . , I I . ! x . . . . ' I - Y - . ,, , . . I7 ' , A , - - ,, . ,, , . . . ' Y . , , . . .. . . - , . , ' ' . H ' l! . , , THE ARGUS free youth Some sall from the sandy beach wrth great swxftness-only to smk from unreadmess Others ap proach the roughness of the sea w1th cautlon and an eye for the breakers These wxll reach thelr ObJ6Ct1V6 A few stlll struggle on the beach wlth an Learning, through Experlence After you recewe your dlploma and go out on your own w1ll you long for hlgh school? If members of the grad uatmg class were asked thls questxon at least fifty per cent would glve thrs answer Who me? You must be crazy You ll never catch me mlssmg school But xf you asked hum the same questlon two or three years from now would he have the same answer? In order to prove that most of the class w1ll really mlss hlgh school let s take a graduate who dld glve that same answer and who later jomed the servxce There he had all the t1me m the world to thmk of hls past and of hls future Hls past to hum was gone but looklng at hls future he finally reallzed that It dldnt look too brlght He sensed that 1f he had taken certam subyects those whxch had seemed to hlm a waste of txme whxle he was ln hlgh school then hrs opportumtxes to get mto the work that seemed to please hlm would have been much easler After a year he consrd ered these alternatlves to stay 1n the servxce or get out and go back to school Gomg back to hrgh school wasnt easy Flrst he had to try to fit 1nto the hxgh school pattern He couldnt go around talklng and acung as he had done while ln the servlce He fl nally reallzed the change that had come over hum that even lf he hadn t reahzed lt before, he had become more assortment of dxtlicultles they cant get started Wlll they ever succeed? The questlon IS On what ship shall I be? Whlchever one remem ber the words of the old salt Watch for reefs son they re klllersl Robert Daly 49 mature and had learned valuable lessons 1n the span of three years that otherwlse would have taken twlce that t1me Followxng the routme at Grst dldnt come easy After the first two weeks of studylng taklng tests and such h1S mlnd was really fogged and confused At tlmes he was ready to quit the easy way out but thoughts of the SCFVICC dreams of what he really wanted to do gave hlm the encour agement to carry on Then came the task of try mg to con vmce dlscouraged short slghted youth to stay ID school to lmpress them wlth hrs more mature vxew pomt Every once ln a whlle he heard some wxse pupxl say to one of hls chums Heck what do we have to study this bunk for? Then agam some half curlous boy would come along wlth Why dld you come back to school? Boy you must have had a crazy moment some where After attempted answers and explanatlons the ex servlceman just shrugged hls shoulders nodded smlled and S3111 to hlmself Dont worry Jumor youll learn but rt wxll have to be through experlence the hard way You may ask What IS the purpose of wrltmg all thlS tale? Slmply thls lf some student should read and grasp what I am trymg to say he would real lze how essentlal a good educatlon lS Furthermore he would reahze that lt lS better to learn while you have the opportumty and whmle you have your . . . , . . . . ,, . . ,, . . , ' - , u . . . . , . ,, . , . . . , . . Y Y P , C . . . . . . , Y U . . . Y ' ' Y I 7 , . . ,, . , 1 . ' 1 , - . . . , , . . . Y. I Y , . . . . . . . - 9 , . ' Y ' 7 . . . . U Y Y Y I . . . , . . . ,, . . . . , . . . . H , I 1 ' Y , - . . . ,, , - - r ' v 1 . . . . . u ,, , . . , . . , . . Y Y ' n . , . ' ' J N ' Y . . . . . ,, . . . , . Y - ' 1 I . . Y . . , . . Y I THE ARGUS parents to help you just s1t down now Thrnk It over How are you gomg to face l1fe7 After all you can t depend on your parents forever Dont be hke thls ex servxceman who learned through experlence the hard way If you dont belleve lt just keep on domg what you want and close your ears to everyone that tells you to study and that your hugh school years are the most preclous of your What We Can Do for G H S What have I as an lndlvldual wxth whlch to repay Gardner Hlgh School afterl graduate? I have no money Wlth whxch to bestow great glftS on the school Ihave no great talent for wrttmg for musxc or for art whlch would reflect glory on the school I am just an average Amerlcan gnl Llke mllllons of other girls and boys I am faced w1th the answer to such a questlon But when we really get rlght down to It we have a lot to offer G H S ln fact we have everythmg we have ourselves A graduate doesnt reallze the lm presslon the publlc gathers of a school from its graduates As we go forth as graduates we cast a reflectlon on our school Whether thts reflectlon IS hfe If you haven t the deslre to learn now then you w1ll later but learnmg through experlence IS the hard way Remember that even lf you have made a m1stake once you are never too old to learn If you do get a chance to begm over agam go ahead and start Yes lt wlll be dlfticult but lxfe will be much more dlllicult 1f you don t Stanley Bernatowlcz ex 45 good or bad IS ent1rely up to each mdx vldual As supposedly grown men and women we all know rlght from wrong If we choose the wrong roads we are naturally brmglng the wrong kxnd of publ1c1ty to our school If we just go along as ordlnary men and women of the world and as valuable cltlzens who show sympathy to our fellow men and a concern for good government we are offermg G H S a real token of appreclatlon Not alone do the glftS of the wealthy or the deeds of the famous brmg honor and glory to the person s school for equal are the accompllshments of the common men and women who re member and practxce the thmgs they have learned 1n Gardner Hxgh School Dorma Cyr 49 +-4u!d,"gN The Begmmng or the End? Graduatxon the beglnnmg or the end? For many lt wlll be the end of thelr formal educatlon Tomorrow they will embark on thelr Journey through llfe wlth the accoutrements received at Gardner Hlgh whether they are assets or ll3bllltl6S Al though for them all formal educatlon has come to an end, xt does not mean the end of learnlng They w1ll be learmng for the rest of thelr ltves from the hardest but most valuable teacher of all Experlence By makmg use of the knowledge they have galned durlng the last twelve years they wall gradually take thelr places as cltlzens of the world The problems of the world wxll take on new interest to them especially as they approach vot mg age No longer w1ll they simply study hlstory textbooks but wxll become themselves a v1tal though a mmute part of hlstory 1n the makmg The problems of a war torn world and exhausted generatlon w1ll be . . Y , . , , . . , , , , ' I 4 , . .x . . 7 7 , . , . . . . . ' r s - , P Y . . , ' v , s I I I - l I ' v . . , Y P 9 L , ' , . . . . , . 7 . . ., , . 1 ' I , . . . , . . . . . , 7.19 . . a I . , 1 , , , , 1 1 ' v r 1 1 n THE ARGUS thrust upon them No longer as youths but as adults w1ll they have to face those problems of l1v1ng together and of strxvlng unceasmgly to cure a slck world For some these years have only been the first twelve of many to be spent in formal learnmg and educa tion These are the youth of today who tomorrow will be our doctors lawyers teachers Some becommg leaders ln the political and professlonal fields Wlll one day take their places in positions of responslbxlty For all of us these hlgh school years have been a pleasant soJourn a desert oasls that has helped to S8t1Sfy our thlrst for knowledge By knowledge we mean not only that gained from textbooks but also the art of gettlng along wlth fellow human be1ngs of actlng and thrnkmg lntelllgently and slncerely Wlth thms aid we cannot ward the future knowlng that we will do our very best to make the world a little bit better when we hand xt over to the next generatlon We Wlll never forget you Gardner High Perhaps now we do not fully appreciate how much you have done for us but slowly as years pass we shall reallze how much we owe to you Your 1I'lStI'UCtl0I1 and the wxsdom you have given us w1ll be a constant aid and S3tlSf3CtlOl1 Surely there is much to thank you for There will be some who Wlll realize this fact at once as they continue thelr educatuon in some other school I' here w1ll be some to whom the reallzatmon Wlll come later and some w1ll perhaps never apprecl ate It at all Yet you still have helped us whether or not we seem grateful As we say farewell and turn to look to the future as we end the old and begin the new we cannot help but thmk of 4-4eJ?",gNv-14 The End or the Beginning? W1th the revolutionary discovery of atomlc power a tremendous question IS brought before the generatlons of to morrow How will these boundless atomic powers be utlllzed? There are infinite opportunrtles for the use of thls terrlfymg energy but they can be llsted under two categorles opportu nxties for the betterment of mankmd and weapons for the destruction of humamty In the first category alone one could name hundreds of machmes to WhlCh atomic energy could be harnessed These machmes could produce untold numbers of home HCCCSSOFISS and pro Vlde unbelievable means of transpox ta tlon The mcrease 1n economy over our present standards would be com parable to that in the tlme when elec tr1c1ty was first harnessed just thmk of the new convenlences an ordmary man would be afforded by the use of this atomic energy The first concern of thls man would be for hls famlly and home Because of the cheapness of atomic energy for heat a man would never need to worry about hav mg hls home comfortable and health ful for his family 'l his feellng of ease and security would relax the person's mmd and enable him to meet the de mands of his Job more competently Added luxuries also such as a car easily and cheaply run by atomic energy would contrlbute to every man s llvmg happily and bountlfully One can see that lf atomic energy were utrllzed 1n th1S manner the present standard of lrvmg would be greatly 1ncreased help but look with hopeful eyes to- these thiyngs. Jean Leamy '49 THE ARG US Now let us visualize the disaster which would inevitably result if thls tremendous atomlc energy were mls used Each day it seems we hear of new and more deadly bombs belng de veloped by the Umted States or some other country Scientists warn of the immeasurable damages which these bombs could brlng about Umted States ofiiclals claim we need these weapons for protection against such countries as Russia but I thmk that the development of new bombs by our country only lI'lStlg3tCS mvestlgatlon and research along the same lmes as those of the other countrles Even though all the countrles at present look to the atomic bomb as a protectlve weapon It may soon pass mto evil hands If that happens no one can be sure of what will result we can only guess It might mean the destruc tlon of our c1v1l1zat1on Under which category will the atomic power be operatmg? I believe lt IS the sclentlsts who hold the an swer to that question They are the ones who will perfect 1tS use one way or the other If they harness the power to work for the betterment of mankmd our world w1ll enJoy eco- nomlc stab1l1ty and will be filled with happy peace loving men and women If however the men of sclence pursue a race to secure more devastatmg weapons we may eventually suffer a world shaklng cataclysm What do you thmk is our world commg to an End or are we Just Begmnmg? Alan Goddard 49 -was--Q Get Something for Your Degree Time flies' Why lt seems like only yesterday when you were a shy fresh man Now you are ready to find your place m the world What wlll you do? Will you go mto industry busmess or on to hlgher educatlon? If you have chosen higher education questlons wlll ar1se ln your mind Where shall I go to college? This will usually be the greatest problem What kmd of an education do I want and why? Only after answermg these two questlons will you be able to find a college that IS fitted to you Re member dont go to college Just because that IS the decision of all your friends If you dont want to go to college to learn dont go If you arent really interested you will only waste tlme money and energy You really want to go? Fine What field have you chosen? Sclentxfic techmcal professional or any one of many other fields? Choose the one that you l1ke best and are best suited for Dont choose a field Just because it may bring you greater prominence and money Choose one in which you are deeply interested You ll b happy domg somethmg that you like and for which you have an aptitude Oh so you chose your field a long time ago That means you really must be interested ln it There s still a questlon m your mmd What IS nt? You havent made any definite choice of a college Well theres been a trend ln the last few years towards the small college Thls may be caused by the fact that many famous edu cators are telling students that many large colleges and universities are g1v1ng a college educatlon that IS scarcely fit to be given that name It IS mass production educatlon Don t find yourself ln a mass pro- duction college You w1ll be treated like raw materlal started on a produc - 1 1 1 1 . . . . . . . . 1 , - u . . . . . . 1 1 - 1 T , . 1 - 1 Q- . . . . . , . . , . . . . . , . . . . , . . e - 1 , . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . , . . 1 1 1 . . , I , . 1 , , . . . , . . . . , . , . . . , . - ' u ' 11 ' 1 1 ' ' ' 1 ' u . . . ,, . . , - 1 1 ' THE ARGUS t1on l1ne In these 1nst1tut1ons the mdnvldual student no longer exists He IS merely a number and a name nothlng else The student goes to hlS classes at the sound of bells walks along w1th hundreds of other students usually never meetlng anyone he knows He arr1ves at the lecture hall slts down and gazes at the hundred or more students around h1m That man ln the dark blue Sllltp Hes the professor Looks l1ke a n1ce fellow but you ve never met hlm Thls goes on day after day The student has very few friends knows only a few of hls teachers How can thls student be happy? Not many of the teachers can help h1m w1th h1s problems so he may easily become dlSlfltCI'CStCd and dlscouraged Dont find yourself m thls student s shoes' There are many plans to remedy thls sltuatlon but they are usually aban doned smce they would cause hlgher tuxtxon rates The plan usually under What Graduatlon Means to Me To me graduatxon means more than that I shall wear a cap and gown and appear on the stage m June to recelve a dlploma It IS the endmg of a phase of l1fe Like many of my classmates, ldld not fully apprecxate school untll my senlor year Now I begln to real 1ze that soon I w11l be leavlng thls school to put mto practlce what I have learned I thmk the young people of today do not stop to thmk and reallze how lucky they are to have the opportumty of graduatmg from a superxor hlgh school Many teen agers 1n our country as well taken IS to dlVldC a large umversxty or college mto smaller schools and depart ments Then another problem arlses Not only IS there no space but there are not enough teachers The smaller college IS offermg more personal guldance and makmg It easxer for the student to learn smce teachers and students know each other and can dlscuss problems face to face Thmk thls fact over Make sure that you w1ll have recelved an educatlon not only a degree when you graduate from college Always look ahead See yourself after college Wxll you be happy and successful? You w1ll be 1f your educa tlon has been fitted to your needs and interests Let your common sense be your gulde and remember the words of John Ruskm The tralmng whxch makes men happlest ln themselves also makes them most servlceable to others Conrad Cormler 49 as abroad would consider themselves very fortunate mdeed lf they had such opportunity Yes lxke everyone else I am looklng forward to June for that great mo ment when school days come to an end But deep down m my heart I know that I have Just gone through some of the happlest years of my llfe I have made many new frlends durmg my hlgh school years but more lmpor tant than that Ihave grown up I wnll always remember Graduation as the completlon of a wonderfully happy cycle of my hfe Jeanmne Lavole 49 ' 1 , . , . ' I , . 1 r ' r v I - v . . , . . . . . - 1 , . . . - 1 v , . . , . Y . , . . - J , , ..u .. . , . . . ,, . .. . , . 9 9 . , , - v u 1 ' , . . . ., WW? X X X X IE SENIOR ISSUE E 132, Sga -552' ,425 Q Class Offlcers Alan Curtls Goddard Fortune helps the strong Prmcxpals Cabmet class pres1dent2 4 class treasurer 3 Argus Busmess Board 1 Argus Snapshot Board 1 varslty football 2 3 4 basketball l 2 3 4 track 1 Clubs Camera 1 lrampollne 1 2 Pro Merxto Freshman Party Sophomore Parts Jun1orSen1or Prom Semor Kld Party Athletu Ball and Class Banquet Commlttees Dolores 'Vlae Lore Beauty and truth are worthy to be sought Prlnclpals Cabmet class vice presldent 4 Argus Art Fdltor 4 Argus Art Board 1 2 3 4 Arms Snapshot Board 3 Clubs N ltural Scuence 2 3 4 v1cepres1dent3 Trampo hne-3 Art 4 Pro Merlto Asslstant Drum Major 4 Semor Commlttees jean Izllzabeth Leamy Twas her thmkmg of others made you thlnk of her Prlnclpals Cablnet class vlce president 2 class secre tary 3 4 Argus Llterary Board 2 3 4 varsxty softball 2 Clubs Workshop 1 2 vlce presldent l Trl H1 3 4 Ma qucrs 3 Pro Meruo Semor Play Freshman Party Sophomore Party junxorSen1or Prom Semor Kld Party Athletic Ball and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees Wllllam Brandon Ryan Glve us men tall men sun crowned Prmclpal s Cabmet class treasurer 4 Northern Worces ter County Sportswrlters Assocnauon All Star Team 4 Assumptxon Tournament All Star Team 4 varsmty football 2 3 4 basketball 2 3 4 track 2 3 Club Muslcl Junlor Semor Prom and Semor Receptlon Commlttees u K , vw Q t . I 7 I D Y 7 1 V F 'Z f y v 1 3 r I ,Yv ' 1 v P , C . I! Y V I I I I . -YY v ' 9 ' A . - , , . . ff- ': 1 2 ' , , , - , - , C ' Q 1 Kld Party, Pound Party, Class Banquet, and Class History YI Y ' ' ' YP . I . y 2 I 1 - - I ' 1 I ' yr - 1 Y 7 - 7 I v ' 9 D A , Q . I fr ' i T D vw . - , . y . l i 1 r ' l 3 , 1 v v y v 1 1 1 Z C ' Class Offlcers ,L mt, .L 1 - 'Ria X w Aw , U H ,,,...T,: .. f. ,fl zzaq 1-,fl 3, . ,QL 15,-Q., MY CIJXSSMATES fr i 3 Barbara Lee Ahlstrom MUSIC IS well sald to be the speech of angels Prlnclpals Cabmet class vlce presldent 3 Argus Ex change Board 2 3 4 Clubs Muslc 2 3 4 Tr1H13 4 Masquers 3 4 Pro Merlto Operetta 2 3 4 Senlor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Committees Doreen Llllxan Anderson Beauty IS truth truth IS beauty Class volleyball 2 bowllng 1 2 Club Masquers 3 Rlchard George Anderson Care ll klll a cat Varslty track 1 cross country 2 3 4 co captam 4 Clubs Workshopl Masquers 4 Athletlc Ball and Senlor Receptlon C0mmlft66S George Gerard Arsenault I lfe IS real' Llfe IS earnest Murlel Marle Arsenault More pleasure m hope than m fulfillment Argus Busmess Board 4 Argus Catalog Commlttee Club Natural Sclence 3 Senlor Kid Party and Will and Prophecy Commlttees fx-3 ve? tg QQ hu T lang S as is Edward Paul Aukstikalnis "Business is business." Senior Play Edwin Browney Balsewice Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep Robert Henry Beauregard Peace rules the day where reason rules the mind Varsity baseball assistant manager 1 2 Sophomore Party Committee Leo Paul Belliveau Full of pep full of fun a long hard smile for everyone Principal s Cabinet class treasurer 2 varsity basketball 2 3 4 baseball 3 4 class basketball 2 Athletic Council 4 Sophomore Party and Athletic Ball Committees Donald Joseph Bernard Make hay while the sun shines Varsity track 3 Club Musicl Band 1 Orchestra 1 Class Banquet Committee I 1 u ' n mf, F Q, b ' J X 1 me ' n , . A 'i 1 1 i 4,3 1 f iq. 4 . u ' n L' 7 1 ' he . . , . . . 1 v x . . ' ' . ,X fe X v 9 1 1 1 9 v - 4 X xe"Mi 5 jf 1" E 1 s Q V X 3 I1 ' ' YY sl ' ' ' ' v v . Loft' - get is is L, Q A X., f K, VX " T. v Lorrame Yvonne Bernard Happy the person who thmks the most xnterestmg thoughts Argus Jokes Board 3 4 Clubs Latln 3 Natural Sclence 1 2 3 French 2 3 4 treasurer 3 Trampoline 3 4 Tr1H1 4 Forelgn Pohcy 4 secretary treasurer 4 Wlll and Proph ecy Commlttee Mary Ann Bernard A rollmg stone gathers no moss Pro Merxto Edward Phlllp Blnnall Tolerance and fnendshlp are the highest vlrtues X 5 Marlon Ruta Bmnall He prayeth best who lovest best Clubs Workshopl 2 Latml 2 Natural Sclencel 2 3 Wxll and Prophecy Commlttee Mane Eva Blakley Knowledge xs power Transferred from Vergennes High School Vergennes ,Q 5 Vermont 1946 Argus Alumnx Board 3 4 Argus Typ1st4 Argus Informatlon Please Committee Club Trl H1 4 2 T Y' A 1 u 3 3 11 5 . 0' ,J - . . - - I , ' Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . Y' L 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 f ' J , 6 x - 'owl 1. A A '5- I N rt In , .. . u - - - - 11 ff . .hlfcsafifw , ' T15 5:1-v, Q 33.6, v i qu ' 1 S Q YQ 77 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . YQ ' YY Q 1' Ii 1 1 1 1 lu Helen Fvelyn Bogdanowicz It IS not how long but how we llve Argus Catalog Commxttee Club Camera 4 Senlor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees jeanmne Paulme Boucher My honour rs dearer to me than my llfe Argus Jokes Board 2 3 4 varslty basketball 2 3 4 softball 1 2 3 4 hockey 1 2 3 4 class basketball 1 2 hockeyl 2 3 4 volleyballl 2 3 Clubs French 2 Trampollne 2 Trl H1 3 4 Athletlc Councll 4 Semor Kld Party Athletxc Ball and Senlor Reception Commlttees .3 IS George Joseph Boudreau It matters not how a man dies but how he hves Varslty football 1 2 3 4 baseball 2 3 class basket ball 4 Arthur Gllbert Bourgeols Deeds not words make a frlend Roland Paul Bourgeols 0 Thought once awakened does not slumber f 1' 1 .1 " ' ' 'l u , . S3 1 - 1 X . . , u ' ' 11 Astra c 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 31 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 31 41 KL , ks . .h . I . . . . . X A -' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 11 ' ' YY 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' '11 u 11 ' ws 1 ' - , Vu! ,, 1 ,1. , - X . .. 1 lg 'r 1 T ul l? 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'QI'-Qin. 1 ix' 'C - . fdfllbf sf 1 1 las NW' 'Qu X 3. fi: Joan Martha Bourn A good name IS rather to be chosen than great rlches Transferred from Orange Hlgh School Orange Mas sachusetts 1947 Argus Literary Board 4 Argus News Staff 4 Argus Quotatlon Commlttee Clubs Camera 3 4 secre tarv 4 Musnc 3 4 Tr1H1 3 4 Pro Merlto Operetta 3 4 Senxor Receptlon Commlttee Sarah Ann Brown A llttle rule a httle sway a sunbeam m awmter sday Clubs Workshopl 2 Muslc 2 4 Tr1H14 Masquers 3 4 treasurer 4 Pro M8f1t0 VICC presldent Operetta 2 Band 2 3 4 Freshman Party Sophomore Party and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees Irene Stazy Buratzewskx Beauty rs lts own reward bemg a form of Peace Clubs Workshop 1 2 Muslc 1 2 3 Operetta 1 2 3 Band Color Guard 4 Joseph Eh Cadoret Truth from his llps prevalled wlth double sway Clubs Stamp 1 Natural Sclence 1 2 Mathematlcs 4 Frank John Capacl "L1ve and let l1ve " Argus Art Board 3. class basketball 3, Club Trampo lme 3 Norman Bernard Careau Laugh and the world laughs wlth you George Alclde Caron Hope sprlngs eternal m the human breast Graduatlon Decoratlon Commlttee Donald Iean Paul Casavant Silence IS less lI1JUI'l0US Varslty trackl 2 3 class basketball 4 Club Natural Scxencel 2 3 4 Class Banquet Commlttee Rnchard Joseph Casey He adorned whatever subject he elther spoke or wrote upon by the most splendld eloquence Prmclpals Cabmet class presldent 3 class treasurer 1 Argus Assistant Edxtor 4 class basketball 4 Clubs Work shop 2 Masquers 3 4 VICC presldent 3 Foreign Policy 4 Semor Play Boys State Freshman Party Jumor Semor Prom Senlor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Com mlttees Anthony Vernon Cavarno Character IS a dlamond that scratches every other stone Club Muslc 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Class Banquet Commlttee 1 N . ,, f fi 1 . K I 5 1 ' , .. ' Y if . . fri' li' if Q N ' ' rv . . . uf i .N xi . 5 X Q ' pt , it X - 3 . -A U . . . . . ,, If 1 1 1 1 ' Y 9 1 1 ' I1 ' ' 1 ' YY -" as - 1 - F . . , . . . 8' 1 1 1 Q--vv 4 . . . . . ' 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 ' 1 1 .S e . ' ' . , 3,512.21 1 , - ' ' u - ' YY Qm as M.,- N Theodore Peter Chojnowskl The only way to have a frlend IS to be one Clubs Natural Sclencel Muslc 1 2 3 4 Operettal 2 3 4 Band1 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 Jun1orSen1or Prom Commxttee Wllllam Alvln Cleveland Jr A real man IS he whose goodness IS part of hlmself Transferred from Cushmg Academy Ashburnham Evelyn Eulalxe Collette AlHbltl0U has no rest Class volleyball 2 bowllng 2 Swlmmlng 2 Graduatlon Decoratlon Commlttee Dorls Ellzabeth Comeau A thmg of beauty IS a Joy forever Class bowllng 1 2 Clubs Muslc 4 French 4 Trl H1 4 Operetta 4 Class Banquet Commxttee Wllma Annette Corey Knowledge comes but wlsdom hngers Clubs Musxc 1 2 3 4 Tr1H12 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3 Freshman Party and Graduatlon Decoratlon Commlttees 1 New sa K fr N ' ' 11 I . ' . 1 I 1 1 1 1 B I 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' sg r is I fi . " 15 we - , . - ' 91 W A 'X I 1 1 Massachusetts, 1948. X K at , vw ' - 11 N ' ' ' 11 , 1 1 : 1 1 ' 1 K u - - 11 ' , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 . .1 1 1 it Fw 1 2 RRR tai Conrad Raymond Cormier He knows what IS what Varsity cross country 2 3 Class Banquet Committee Donald Rene Cormier Speak Well of your friends of your enemies s1y nothing Doris Rita Cormier A shy face IS better than a full heart Argus Information Please Committee Pro Merlto Fresh man Party and Senior Kid Party Committees Henry Roger Cormier Jr Content IS more than a kingdom Transferred from Mt Saint Charles Academy Woon socket Rhode Island 1947 Ronald Edouard Cormier Wisely and slow' they stumble that run fast Transferred from Oblate Seminary Bucksport Maine 1948- Clubs: Music 4 French 3 4' Operetta 3. 16 I Anne Ellzabeth Cott She may be qulet and demure maybe but dont be sure Transferred from Seymour Hlgh School Seymour Con nectlcut 1948 Argus Llterary Boardl 2 3 4 Clubs French 4 Trl H14 Masquers3 4 Senlor Play Senlor Kld Party and Senlor Receptlon Commlttees Arlene Oulda Coulllard The muslc that can deepest reach And cure all lll lS cordlal speech Argus Asslstant News Edltor 4 varslty hockey 3 4 Clubs Natural SCICUCGI 2 3 treasurer3 French 3 4 Trl H1 4 Pro MCTIIO secretary Athletlc Ball and Wlll and Prophecy C0mmltt86S Fernand Omer Couture Least salrl soonest mended Varslty track 3 4 cross country 4 lea Martha Crotelu The slncere alone can recognlze SIUCCTIYY Varslty softball 2 class volleyball 2 Clubs Workshop 1 Z Natural Sclence 2 Frenchl Trl H1 2 3 4 Masquers3 Pro M8TltO Freshman Party Senlor Kld Party and Senlor Receptlon Commlttees Dorlna A Cyr Wearlng the XVelght of learnlng as llght as a feather Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee class bowllngl Z 3 swlmmlng2 Clubs French4 Trl Hl 2 3 4 Class Ban quet Lommlttee A - S' 5 11 - 1 A ' 97 X y , - ... 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' S' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , vv - Y ,- , ' - ' 11 . , , 1 1 1 1 1 . . 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U 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' , t L , . kms 28, ls 'Q 6 x n.I FYHDCIS Elle Daxgle The prlce of wlsdom IS above rubles Clubs Latm 2 Mathematlcs 4 Semor Play Stage Squad 1 Jumor Semor Prom Commxttee Robert Patrick Daly ThlS man IS a volume lf you know how to read hum Argus Quotatlon Commlttee class basketball 3 4 Clubs Workshop 1 2 treasurer 1 vlce presldent 2 Latm 2 Mas quers 3 secretary 3 Semor Play Freshman Party Junior Semor Prom and Wall and Prophecy Commlttees Carleen Clalre Delude There IS no royal road to learnmg Class bowlmg 1 2 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Natural Sc1ence1 2 3 Mus1c3 4 Operetta 3 4 Will and Prophecy Commlttee Francls Norman Dems I ll be merry and free and sad for no one Ruth Betty DesB01s "Sm1le and you brmg happmess to someone " Varslty swlmmmg 2, Freshman Party, Jumor Semor Prom, and Class Banquet COmmltlCCS .fl 4? qs 'I 'ii Rosemarle Luclenne Desjardlns To be or not to be that IS the questlon Argus Busmess Board 4 Argus Catalog Commlttee class bowlmg 2 swlmmmg 2 basketball 2 Clubs Work shop Z Musxc 1 2 3 Masquers 3 Forelgn Policy 4 Radlo GHS Operetta 2 Freshman Party and Sophomore Party Commlttees Hervy Joseph Desroches Its hrs manner and smlle that makes hlm worth whlle June Glorla Dlck Prmclpals Cabmet class secretary 2 Argus Llterary Board 3 4 Club Muslc 4 Freshman Party and Class Ban quet Commlttees Robert James Dolhenty The unspoken word never does harm Varslty track 1 cross country 2 Jun1orSen1or Prom Semor Kld Party and Graduatlon Decoratlon Commlttees Rxchard Francls Drew Thls lad was ever a rover Varslty football 2 3 4 basketball 4 baseball 4 Cub Stamp 2 Q ve i ' ' n ' ' , ' I V 1 v - I ' 4 L ' I I Y Y I Y 1 I Q . 1 N ., v I . : N 7 ' ' ' - sv C 1 2 ' "Good nature without disguise." l v S - Q , 5 j Q . f C N . U Y L". ' 1 la 5 H .YY A Q 1 ' ' ' l 1 1 . :lx e li ' -i fif 2 ' T a K E Q! ' 97 ' ' , , , , 5 l 2 A WL .Q ,l Ehse Vlrglma Dupuls Wisdom often goes wlth fewest words Class bowlmg 2 Clubs MUSIC 2 3 4 Workshop2 Mas quers 3 4 Radlo GHS Pro M6fltO Operetta 2 3 4 Glrls State Semor Kld Party and Semor Receptlon Committees Marnlyn Evelyn Elgm Coquetry IS the thorn that guards the rose Janet Loulse Erlckson Falr and kmd and good Pearl Marylyn Fales I marked my love by candle llght Sewlng my long whlte seam Prmclpal s Cabmet class secretary 1 Operetta 2 Fresh man Party Commlttee Dorothy Ann Flsher A dot full of dash Transferred from Worcester Hlgh School of Commerce Worcester Massachusetts 1946 Clubs Workshop 2 Music 2, Operetta 2 u ' ' 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - ' . . ' . ' . . ' 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . Q! ' Y, Q! ' ' Y, u - ' 1 ' ' YY . . , . . ' 1 1 1 ' mt 11 1 Y Y Y ' Y James Aldy Fontalne Both quality and quantlty have we here Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee varslty football 3 swlmmmg 1 2 3 4 track 4 Jumor Semor Prom Semor Kid Party and Athletlc Ball Commlttees Gllbert Moses Foote Success IS ln the sllences Transferred from Hallowell Hlgh School Hallowell Mame 1947 U S Navy 41 months servlce Wllllam Richard Fountaln Wlth llfted hand conductlng the orchestral strand Masquers 3 Band 1 2 3 4 pres1dent4 Orchestra 1 Jumor Senlor Prom and Senlor Receptlon Commlttees Kenneth Rlchard Frykenberg Follow your honest convlctlons and be strong Transferred from Ballard Hlgh School Seattle Wash mgton 1948 class basketball 4 Flrst prize ln Gardner Lodge of Elks essay contest Graduatlon Decoratlon Committee Lllllan May Gallant Her Joy bubbled over Club Camera 4 Class basketball 33 Clubs: Workshop 1, 2, Latin 1, 2, 1 , , , . ' 1 , 2: 1 6 Rachel Alnce Glngras A pleasure to meet a Joy to know Jeanmne Allce Glrouard The mxldest manner the gentlest heart Clubs Latm 3 French 2 3 Trl H1 3 4 Pro Merlto Theresa Patrlcla Glrouard Few thmgs are lmposslble to dllxgence and sklll Argus Alumm Board 3 4 Class Gxft Commlttee Doris Amta Goguen A good dlsposltlon IS more valuable than gold Clubs MUSIC 3 4 French 2 4 Trl H1 4 Radlo GHS Sophomore Party and Class Banquet Commlttees Barbara Loulse Green All SCFVICC ranks the same with God Transferred from Athol Hlgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee G1rls State Senlor Receptxon Commlttee 5 L W 2 u , - 11 , . ! N ff ' YY Q . t . 1 - ' C . . . . . ' " gf . . . . . X . ' 1 1 1 1 7 ' - 7 ,fav F gi-.QE A H . . . . . . ,, v 2 . 1 . at w 1 1 - 'Q h . - an .N H . . . . ,, ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ef A N u ' - 11 . v - ' D 1 1 Y Q u . 1 1 - , . XX W? it -Q. ,WN Jennie Genevieve Grincewicz Veracity is the heart of morality Argus Alumni Board 1 2 3 4 Pro Merito Class History Committee Phyllis Evelyn Haidukiewicz Dont Judge a girls wisdom by the blush on her cheek Argus News Staff 4 cheerleader 4 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Latin 2 Tr1H13 4 treasurer4 Masque1s3 Mathematics 4 president 4 Pro Merito Girls State Athletic Ball and Will and Prophecy Committees Roger Alan Hales A cheerful temper a careful heart Transferred from Lawrence Academy Groton Mas sachusetts 1947 U S Navy 25 months service varsity swimming 1 Class Banquet Committee Gordon Alfred Hall The highest distinction is service to others Argus Information Please Commlttee Clubs. Natural Science 1 2 3 4 president 3 4 Camera 2 Music 4 Masquers 4' Radio GHS' Senior Play' Senior Kid Party and Will and Prophecy Committees. Dorothy Mary Hartshorn There is mischief in her eyes. Argus Business Board 2 Argus Jokes Board 4' varsity softball 1 2 3 4 hockey 1 2 3 4' class hockey 2 3 4 vol- leyball 2 3 4' Clubs: Workshop 2 French 3 4 Tri-Hi 3 4' Girls State' Sophomore Party Senior Kid Party and Senior Reception Committees. Ns 3 Rlchard Gordon Haywood A good nature ns a rare qualxty Clubs Musmc 2 3 4 French 3 Operettal 2 3 Helen Lorrame Hebert Small of stature but large of heart Argus Catalog Commlttee class bowhng 1 2 swlm mmg 2 Club Masquers3 Pro Merlto Graduatlon Decora t1on Commlttee Dorothy Joan Hemo Muslc IS a thmg of the soul Varslty swlmmmg 3 Clubs. Workshop 1 2 Muslc 1 2 3 4 Tr1H1 1 2 3 4 Masquers 3 4 Operetta 1 2 3 4 Freshman Party Sophomore Party Jun1orSen1or Prom Semor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees Edward Valerlan H111 All the world s a stage Varslty football 3 4 basketball 2 3 4 baseball 2 3 4 class basketball 1 Assumptnon Tournament All Star Team 4 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Music 2 3 4 vlce presldent 3 pres1dent4 Masquers 3 4 Semor Play Operettal 2 3 4 Freshman Party Sophomore Party and Athletic Ball Commlttees Robert John Holm Muslc mmlsters to human welfare Varsity Swlmmlng 3, 4 G- fl? .Iti- Mm 'af 'NA ef-9' .2 Paul Wllllam Horrlgan ln thy rlght hand carry gentle peace to sllence envlous tongues Argus Jokes Board 3 varsity track 3 Clubs Camera Natural Sclence 3 Trampolme 3 Masquers 4 By hls works one knows the workman Transferred from Athol Hlgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Argus Llterary Board 4 Clubs Glee2 French 3 4 Mathematlcs 4 Pro Memo Operetta 4 Sophomore Party and Class Hlstory Commlttees Kenneth Allen Huntmg Contentment lb the best of rlches Club Camera 1 Lorrame Mary Jalllet A health to the happy Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee Club French 3 Constance Helen J ardus 'Always neat, ever trlml Happy Splflf, full of v1m"' Argus Informatnon Please Commlttee, Club Trl H1 4, Pro Merlto, Class Gift Commlttee 12 Q" 'xp 1, . 1 3 ' 1 -2 3, 11 - P g ' 7 ' . 'T 1 ai ' if as 4 A -'f i T? ' Nancy Augusta Howlett e Q! ' 11 a ' v v ' I , I I 3 l ' by , , : 3 1 N 1 ff ' ' I7 Q - - . nr Q , I5 A v 11 3 YY ...A ' ' 3 : . Q es 'Cf 4 Q . " sl . - . . . w-J vo. E Nm I mea Mane Jensen Staunch frlends are well trled and strong Transferred from Astorxa Hlgh School Astorla Oregon 1946 Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee Class Glft Commlttee Betty Louise Johnson She may look qulet but look agam Argus Informatlon Please Committee Club Trl Hu 4 Class Banquet COmmllt66 Janet Edna Keefe A rare compound of mystery and fun Transferred from Palmer Hlgh School Palmer Mas sachusetts 1947 cheerleader4 Clubs Tr1I-114 Masquers 3 4 Senior Play Senior Kid Party Athletlc Ball and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees Rita Mae Kennedy On wlth the dance' Argus Ctrculatnon Manager 4 Argus Busmess Board 3 4 Argus New Staff 4 Argus Catalog Commlttee varsity swlmmmg 1 2 4 class bowling 2 Clubs Muslc 2 3 4 Masquers 3 4 Operetta 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 secretary 4 Orchestra 1 Class Hxstory Commlttee Raymond Joseph Klrby 19301949 A wlse frlendly smlle Varslty track 1 H ' ' 11 1 3 P . . ' . P Y I X 1 1 a , X , sw-nh -Q A- .I U X ig, 11 ' ' 11 , 1 . 5 . . . . .- , I 1 ' 1 u 11 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . V' W CQ? K 54 .M , E ff U ,, ls., 4- -X 9 3 y , fr 'S . . C is ' ' 7 gs 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 Qi.. , . . . x 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 YI A , ' -fs 1 1 - . QQ ' ' ' 11 l . X 1 f 7 A :ssl Of- I Alxce Eleanor Kumpulamen lt IS mee to be natural when one IS naturally mce Argus Literary Board 3 4 class baseball 1 2 hockey 1 2 volleyball 1 2 Clubs Workshop 1 2 MUSlCl 2 Trl H1 3 4 p1esxdent4 Masquers 3 4 Operettal 2 Freshman Party Sophomore Party Jun1orSen1or Prom Senlor Kld Party and Class Wxll and Prophecy Commlttees Jacquelme Ceclle LaFortune Oh make us happy and you make us good Varslty basketballl 2 3 4 softballl 2 4 hockeyl 2 3 4 class basketball 1 2 3 4 hockey 1 2 3 4 volleyballl 2 3 Club French 3 4 Pro MCYIYO Semor Kld Party and Class Hlstory Commlttees Joseph Charles Lajole In all he dxd he dld hls best Stage Squad 4 Lorralne Glorla Lajole It IS more blessed to glve than to recelve Prlnclpals Cabinet class v1ce presldentl Argus News Edltor 4 Argus Busmess Board 2 Argus News Staff 2 3 Clubs Latm 2 Musxc 2 French 4 Tr1H12 3 4 Masquers3 Pro Merlto Semor Play Operetta 1 Freshman Party Sophomore Party Pound Party and Senlor Reception Commlttees Elalne joan Laprade What personallty what face What charm what grace' Argus Llterarv Board 3 class hockey 1 volleyball 2 Club Natural Sclence 3 Semor Kld Party and Class Banquet Commlttees We X Walks 2 Jeannlne Clara Lavore Sober steadfast and demure Argus Llterary Board 4 Argus Typ1st4 Pro Merlto Class Glft Commlttee May Annette Lavole She has the srtuatlon well ln hand Argus Alumm Board 3 4 Pro Merlto Class Glft Gladys Prlscxlla Leblanc A lrght heart llves long Argus News Staff 3 Argus Catalog Commlttee class hockeyl volleyballl 2 bowlmg2 Club Natural Scrence 3 secretary 3 Class Hlstory Commlttee Henry Pascal Leblanc Hrs modesty IS a candle to h1s merits Northern Worcester County Sportswrlters Assoclatlon All Star Team4 varslty football 1 2 3 4 baseball man ager 2 3 4 swlmmmgl 2 3 4 Athletlc Ball and Class Banquet Commlttees Loretta Geneva LeBlanc A lrttle work a lnttle play to keep us gomg day by day Clubs Muslc 3 Trl H1 2 3 , I . Ny ' u v1 11 , , . A 1 2 1 K, X . . ws A - ' X 5 11 ' ' ' H . A 1 I 1 Commlttee. A 11 ' ' 79 Sw . o Q X Y ! I o l Q . g 1 1 1 v ' A , S - . , . . : V Y Y Y Y - 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q u - - ' 19 . ' t 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' I2 W3 Q 5, ' A- fe' X '51, ww I Normand Roger LeBlanc "The trades-man needs but patience in his art." Transferred from Mount Saint Charles Academy, Woonsocket, Rhode Island, 1946. Roland Robert Leger A good plcture IS not wrought by hands alone Argus Snapshot Edutor 4 Argus Snapshot Board 3 Clubs Natural Sc1ence4 Camera 3 4 pres1dent4 Semor Receptlon Commlttee Helen Lesneskn Thought us deeper than all speech Clubs Workshop 2 3 Natural Sctencel Tr1H12 Pro Merlto Operetta 1 Leona Iflwabeth Lmdgren Vexed wlth mlrth the drowsy ear of mght Clubs Natural Sclencel Mus1c2 3 4 Operetta2 Rhoda Llntz And what she greatly thought she nobly dared Argus Llterary Board 4 Argus Buslness Board 2 First Prlze m Argus Wrltmg Contest 2 Honorable Mentlon m Natlonal Scholastlc Wrltmg Contest 2 Second Prlze ln Massachusetts l Speak for Democracy contest 3 Clubs Workshop 1 Z Masquers3 Forergn Pohcy 4 Radlo GHS Band 1 2 3 Glrls State Freshman Party and Class Hlstory Commlttees 5 l F V ve - - 11 3 - - 1 2 gm I 1 1 1 Z : , 1 -' Q . I I , I -Tfg. , - 1 2 - rv ' 11 1 2 I - 1 1 1 - 1 31 t 3 - fi I 4 . u - - ' T .11 ' . . Q - . A , , , , 3, 4- 13 5 Q3 11 11 , . 'nk' 1 3 Q f Q , kr u 11 , , , . S' , . . l . . .. 1 1 - 1 1 1 5 -X, . - 1 . " 1 1 1 1 I -i Leo Alyre Lxson Go where he may the wlse man ns at home Robert Lmcoln Littlefield Jr Man phllosophmzes as he llves Argus Busmess Board 3 varslty football 2 basketball 2 class basketball 4 Clubs Workshop 1 French 3 Forelgn Pohcy 4 Mathematlcs 4 Pro Merlto Boys State Class History Commlttee Robert Rlchard LoveJoy I m a very humble person Joan Lovewell Set ln a frame of shmmg golden halr Transferred from Athol Hlgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Gerald R. Lundeen Brevity is the soul of wit. Varsity basketball 4 baseball 3 4' Clubs Workshop 1 2 Musicl 2 3 Masquers3 4' Senior Play' Operetta 1 2 3 4' Band 1 2' Will and Prophecy Committee. Mary Ellen Lupxen She lb so constant to me and so klnd Argus Literary Board 4 Argus News Staff 3 4 Clubs Lat1n1 2 French 4 Tr1H1 2 3 4 v1cepres1dent4 Pro Merlto Band 1 2 Orchestral 2 Junlor Senior Prom and Class Hlstory Commlttees Mlchael Joseph Mahoney For I am armed so strong ln honesty Class basketball 3 4 Pro Merlto presldent Boys State Freshman Party and Class Hlstory Commlttees Therese Jeannette Mallloux The greatest slmplxclty wlth the best results Club Frenchl 2 3 4 Helen Theresa MazeJka Every man s work IS a portralt of hlmself Class basketball 1 baseball 1 hockey 1 Clubs Natural Sclence 1 Musmc 2 3 4 Operetta2 3 4 Band Color Guard4 Rlchard Kenneth Meehan 9' A still and qulet consclence ,V Varslty football 1 basketball 1 2 X 'x 'Y ff 'N ' YY W , G , . T v ' , 1 3 y . . . . . lk v v v ' 1 ' v v ' y K A C v 1 1 7 ' 'T 1 v L . - is K u , ' ar 1 . ' ' . 7 . X C Y 9 v 9 I ' . . if W A t i ,X 4' W . ,, . . . . ,, ia 4 wg, 3 YY Y ' ' ' Y, ,i . M v , 1 3 Y Y I I I 1 Y ' ' is fine .Q as ' ' ' 19 ei A su , K ya . "' , , . S up N Q I Frances Teresa Milosh "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low." Argus Catalog Committeeg Club: Tri-Hi 4g Class Gift Committee Dorothy Geraldine Moore A fairer lady there never was seen Argus Art Board 2 Clubs Workshop 1 Music 2 Oper etta 2 Graduation Decoration Committee Joseph Henry Moore There s a sweet little cherub Varsity football 3 4 Sophomore Party Committee Gerald John Morrissey A little fun to match the sorrow Class basketball 4 Dorothy Phyllis Morze Most gracious partner nobly poised and bland Argus Literary board 3 Clubs Latin 2 Natural Science 2 MUSICI 2 Operettal 2 Class History Committee ilu 5 'K Q1 3 John Francls Mulqueen The thlngs we see are shadows of the thlngs to be Class basketball 4 Mary Catherme Mulqueen Great achlevements raxse a monument that shall endure Argus Fdrtor IH Chlef 4 Argus Llterary Board 2 3 4 Argus News Staff 2 3 Pro Merlto Award to hlghest rank mg sophomore D A R Good Cltlzenshlp Award Clubs Musmc 2 Frenchl 2 3 4 secretary 2 3 Trl H1 2 3 4 Mas quers 3 4 Mathematlcs 4 Pro Merlto Operetta 2 Class Hrstory Commlttee Cecll Baldwm Munson For rlght IS rlght Varslty football 1 track 1 2 class basketball 2 Clubs Latln 2 3 Natural Sclence 2 Masquers 3 4 Senxor Play Operetta 1 Sophomore Party Semor Kld Party and Class Hlstory Commxttees James Francls Murdock Prlvate credlt IS wealth Argus Art Board 3 4 Argus Quotatlon Commlttee class basketball 4 cheerleader 3 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Latln 1 2 Mathematlcs 4 Forelgn Pollcy 4 Pro Merlto Boys State Freshman Party Sophomore Party Athletrc Ball and Class Banquet Commrttees Lenore Chrlstel Murdock The frmged curtams of thme eye Transferred from Athol Hrgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Argus Typ1st4 N ' - y, Q , . u ' ' 11 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 L ' , . . . , . - 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 x, ' lt 1 ,H ' 1' 5 u ' ' ' 11 ' 1 1 1 1 - . K . . . H . .. x x 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 X , . .g K 51,5 . if '1f,Q'F1 '51 , 13514 ' h ,J i :Q . f 'Yr' . u ' ' ' 11 1 1 1 . . f X 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 1 1 . 1 ' , K ' u ' ' ' 11 1 1 ' 1 1 ' X-x Joann Elizabeth Murphy - ' "Let us be as happy as we can." Class baseball 2, hockey 2, volleyball 2g cheerleader 45 Club: Trampoline 25 Girls' Stateg Athletic Council 35 Ath- A is letic Ball and Will and Prophecy Committees. -,f-.r V3 Af Q51 gf-Q' ' 1 . "nr Lawrence James Nee Knowledge never learned of schools Transferred from Templeton High School Baldwmvllle Massachusetts 1947 Argus Literary Board 4 Clubs French 4 Mathematics 4 Grace Lavernia Nelson All work IS noble ee Club Musicl 2 Operettal 2 Lyle Fay Newton True and tender and brave and Just Varsity track 3 cross country 3 4 Graduation Decora tion Committee Francls Alfred Nobrega I envy none no not I QQ 6' Argus Information Please Committee Club Masquers 3 4 pres1dent4 Senior Play Class Banquet Committee n n 9 f , 1 I 5 , . I lf ' ,Y ' Y Y Y ' 'I ' 77 1 9 1 ' 1' ' - Q kr u l n lie.-iw ' ' X . v r i i - .LE 6 I 3 in f Rlchard Francrs Ollvarl Archltecture lS an art for all men Clubs Camera 2 Natural Sclence 2 3 Stage Squad 3 Dorothy Marlene Paradlse Paradlse IS paradlse for whoever owns It Argus Catalog Commlttee Club Natural Sclence 2 Frank Taylor Parrlsh A day for toll an hour for sport Prmcupals Cablnet class presldent 1 Argus Lrterary Board 1 2 varsxty football 1 2 3 4 basketball 1 2 3 4 baseball 1 2 3 4 Clubs Latm 2 Mathematics 4 Pro Prom Semor Kld Party and Semor Reception Commlttees Theresa Barbara Pastlc No lark so bllthe as she Clubs Workshopl 2 Musncl 2 3 4 Masquers3 4 Operettal 2 3 4 Graduat1onDecorat1on Commlttee Jullette Marle Pellerln A kmd and gentle heart Argus Lrterary Board 3 4 Argus News Staff 4 class volleyball 2 Clubs French 1 Tr1H12 3 4 secretary 4 Masquers 3 4 Semor Play Glrls State Semor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees U ' ' YY 1 , ' , 1 - 11 - ' ' ' YY , . g : . u . 0 H . . , , . . . ' . 9 Y l Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y V Y 7 Y Y Z 7 3 Merltog Freshman Party, Sophomore Party, jumor-Semor Y Y ' 11 ' Y! : 7 Y . I I Y I I Y 1 7 Y Y ' Y! ' Y! ' , . 1 Y Z 1 ' 1 7 1 1 Y Y 7 Y ,,...an8 George Ronald Perreault Happy the artxst who retams his mtegrxty Varslty track 1 2 3 cross country 4 class basketball 4 ohn Pobuk The noblest dxsposltxon you mherxt Club Stampl 2 3 v1cepres1dent3 Operettal Ann Mane Popoloskl Sun treader lxfe and llght be thine forever Varslty basketball 4 class basketball 4 Clubs Camera 4 0peretta2 3 4 Girls State Class Banquet Committee Ella Ellzabeth Rauma There s many a llfe of sweet content Clubs Camera2 Trl H13 4 Class Banquet Commxttee Lorrame Rachel R1chard Man reJo1ceth ln the work he has done Club French 1 2 J u u 1 u u ,, 5- K ' . 9 . . . 5 I 2, Natural Sclence 2, Muslc 2, 3, 4, Trl-H1 3, 4, Masquers 3, Renaud Paul Rlcher Young men are most fit to lnvent Transferred from Murdock Hlgh School Wmchendon Massachusetts 1947 lchard Joseph Roberts Who hves a good hfe IS sure to llve well Argus Buslness Board 1 Clubs Stamp 1 Camera 1 Muslc 3 4 Operetta 3 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Paul Robert Roblchaud Oh could I fly' Rachel Teresa Roblchaud The plalnest frlend IS the finest one m the end Class volleyball 2 Clubs French 4 Trl H1 4 Masquers 3 4 Sophomore Party and Class Banquet Commlttees Theresa Lumina Rochon Dark as the raven IS her halr lass bowlmg 1 2 Clubs Trl H1 3 4 Masquers 3 R. Varsity football 3, basketball 13 Club: Trampoline 2, 3, 4. C ' , 9 2 '-1' , , . KA X Alvin Stanley Rodski "Give me lilting music and dancing feet." Argus Typist 43 class basketball 43 Clubs: Music 1,2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 13 Class Banquet Committee. David Louis Rose "To the orator all words are pegs to hang ideas on." Argus Business Manager 3, 4, Argus Business Board 1, 2, 3, 43 varsity track 3, 4, cross country 2, 33 Clubs: Work- shop 2 Latin 2 3 Stamp 2 3 French 4 Masquers 4' Pro Merlto Semor Play Boys State Class G1ftComm1ttee Marcel Alfred Rouleau My highway IS the unfeatured air Transferred from Eymard Seminary Suffern New York 1949 varsity basketball 4 Elaine Marguerite Roy Gaiety IS the soul s health sadness is ltS poison Argus News Staff 4 varsity basketball 3 4 softball 3 4 hockey 3 4 class basketball 1 2 3 4 hockey 1 2 3 4 vol leyballl 2 3 4 Clubs French 3 4 Tr1H13 4 Foreign Policy 4 Pro MCTIIO Senior Kid Party Athletic Ball and Will and Prophecy Committees Roger Oscar Roy Good sense and good nature are never separated jfs 'N Leatrice Pierrette Royer "Blushes are the rainbow of modesty." james Stephen Rumery "Remote from all the wrangling world." Transferred from Cushing Academy, Ashburnham, Massachusetts, 19495 U.S. Marine Corps, 2 years' serviceg varsity swimmmgl 2 trackl 2 Bandl 2 4 Konstanty Edmond Safka Stillness of person and steadmess of features are signal marks of good breeding Class basketball 3 4 Club Muslcl 4 Operetta 1 Priscilla Sofia St Pierre Consistency thou art a Jewel Club Masquers 4 Senior Kid Party and Class Banquet Committees Robert Emmett Sharpe Smiles are real smlles when the heart pulls the wire Club Musicl 2 3 4 treasurer4 1151 do 'si Q6 xigikl Francis Edward Slmkewicz Everybody has a mama to do the polka Varsity football 3 4 track 2 3 cross country 3 Clubs Natural Science 2 3 Trampoline 3 Operetta 3 Theresa Marie Slmula My Joy in friends is my consolation Club Tri H1 4 Irene Mary Sokolowski Ever a rover loving and laughing and free Argus Information Please Committee Argus News Staff 2 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Music 4 Masquers 3 Radio GHS Operetta 2 4 Class Banquet Committee Marilyn Joan Steeves Mathematics possesses a supreme beauty such as only the greatest art can show Class hockeyl 2 volleyballl 2 Clubs Workshop 1 2 Latin 1 2 Tr1H13 4 Masquers 3 4 Pro Merlto Senior Kid Party and Class History Committees Virginia Ann Stephano Good nature is the sign of a large and generous soul. Class volleyball 2 bowling 1 2' Clubs: Workshop 1 2 Latinl Tri-Hi 3 4 Masquers 3 Freshman Party Soph- omore Party Senior Kid Party Athletic Ball and Will and Prophecy Committees. 'M Raymond Lowe Stevens Sailors are true men Argus Llterary Board 2 3 4 varslty swlmmlng 2 3 4 Clubs Latm 2 Mathematics 4 Radio GHS Pro Mernto Pound Party and W1ll and Prophecy Commlttees Joann Ellen Stuart Falthful frlends are hard to find Argus News Staff 4 Argus Quotation Commnttee var slty basketball 3 4 baseball 2 3 4 hockey 4 class basket ball4 baseball 2 3 volleyball 2 3 Clubs Workshop 1 2 secretary 2 Tr1H13 4 Masquers 3 4 Freshman Party Sophomore Party Jun1orSen1or Prom Semor Kld Party and Semor Receptlon Commlttees Edward John Taavela To hunt ln fields for health unbought Emlle Adrien Tanguay Sllence IS the perfect herald of Joy Transferred from St Joseph Junlorate Tyngsborough Massachusetts 1946 Louls Henry Therlault To the youth everything IS fun Varslty football 3 baseball manager 3 4 track man ager 2 3 4 class basketball 3 Club French 3 Junlor Semor Prom and Athletlc Ball Committees Francxs Allen Thompson In deep clear sllences great thoughts are kept Transferred from Athol Hlgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Boys State Paulme Lauretta Thompson Learned falr and gay ns she Argus lnformatlon Please Commlttee Clubs Workshop 2 Latln 3 French 2 3 4 Masquers 3 4 Graduation Deco ratlon Commlttee Robert Vlctor Trudel Its always fair Weather when good fellows get together Northern Worcester County Sportswrxters Assocuatlon All Star Team 4 varslty football 2 3 4 basketball 2 3 4 baseball 3 4 track 2 3 4 Freshman Party Sophomore Party and Pound Party Commlttees Brenda Tudhope Good taste rs the modesty of the mmd Argus Asslstant News Edltor 3 4 class hockey 1 vol leyballl bowlmg 1 2 Clubs Workshopl 2 Tr1H1 Masquers 3 Semor Kld Party and Wlll and Prophecy Commlttees Robert Alan Venmng A love of muslc and the flymg cloud Argus Buslness Board 2 3 Argus Information Please Commlttee class basketball 3 4 Clubs Workshop 1 2 French 3 Pro Merlto Band 3 4 Orchestra 4 Class History Commlttee il . Y, 1 1 - ' , 1 1 1 ' u . . 11 , . , . I . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 1 ' 11 . , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , . 11 - ' 11 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 31 41 1 u ' ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Carolyn Ann Vigeant Fashion s smile gives wit and grace Argus Typist 4 varsity hockey 2 volleyball 1 2 class hockey 1 2 volleyballl 2 cheerleader 4 Clubs 'I'r1Hi 3 4 Masquers 3 Pro Mento Operetta 1 Senior Kid Party Athletic Ball and Senior Reception Committees Joan Louise Vincent Life itself is a rambow colored bubble Argus Information Please Committee class basketball 2 volleyball 1 2 Clubs Workshop 2 Camera 3 4 treasurer4 GHS Jun1orSen1or Prom Semor Kid Party and Class Banquet Committees Robert Henry Vincent It is tranquil people who accomplish much Raymond Edwin Voutila Words are women deeds are men Varsity trackl 2 3 4 Club Musicl 2 3 Operettal 2 3 Class Banquet Committee Selma Helena Walkkmen Love will find the way Transferred from Athol High School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Argus Information Please Committee Pro Merlto Senior Reception Committee N ' I ' ' ' Y! ' 3 ' . , 3 1 1 .1 1 1 Z ' 1 1 U 1 - : U : I . K! ' ' ' ' 77 ' ' 1 , P 2 : 9 1 Y Q Natural Science 2, 3, 4, Music 2, 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4, Radio 1 ' 1 1 Q! I , . 19 u , 17 u , o . I 1 7 P : 9 1 Q ' 7 P 3 . N ' Y! . 1 1 ' 1 I 2 5 . Ollver Theodore Wedholm No possesslon IS in ltself gratlfymg Club Muslc 2 Operetta 2 Ruth May Wells Laughter and the love of frlends Transferred from Athol Hlgh School Athol Massachu setts 1947 Pro Merlto Francxs Leroy Wlckman Qulet and stxll IS the alr of study Varslty baseball 3 class basketball 3 4 Pro Merlto Class Hlstory Commlttee Ronald Stuart Wlckman I w1ll drmk llfe to the lees Class basketball 1 4 track 3 Clubs Camera 3 4 Nat uralSc1ence 2 Trampolme 3 4 Senlor Play Donald Edwm Wumkamen Glve me land lots of land-don t fence me ln Argus Informatlon Please Commlttee Graduatlon Dec oratlon Commlttee U . . . . . . ,, A , . u ' . , - al' . N , - N u ' 71 ' ' i s A I Q S :Q ' I v v ' A si' gs ,A ' Q , Q ' , h 3 iw .4 X. s fr- id' i QQ ,. ,J I u ' - ' rs Q 7 v Q I 1 v Y 9 P ' u ' y - rr , . 5 - John Louls Wolcek Jr Obllgmg and cheerful lndustrlous and kmd Leo Francls Woodcome Hall to a good Joke forever Northern Worcester County Sportswrxters Assoclatlon All Star Team 4 varsity football 2 3 4 basketball 3 4 baseball 2 track 3 4 class basketball 1 Athletlc Council 4 Junlor Senior Prom Athletic Ball and Semor Receptlon Commlttees Wllllam Hayden Wyman No CVII can happen to a good man Argus News Staff 4 varslty football 2 3 4 basketball 1 2 3 4 baseball 4 track 3 4 Clubs Music 2 3 4 Mas quers 3 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Class Banquet Commlttee , . ,, . . . . . ,, , . 11 ' ' 11 . , . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 QQ ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - MY CLASSMATES V F ,qu in ffl L ,,,-f' ..vv-"J, :S QM wax 'T Q , 1- . . kgduvi.. A 4, . Q :Www Y I SQ! M3 1 M.. Mm NYJ N Wk fxgsnirl We R w-E 4 W 1 iw xg., - .fi . 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I LITTLE OSCARS BOYS GIRLS Most Lzkely to Succeed Taylor Parrxsh Most Lzkely to Succeed Mary Mulqueen Handsomest Henry LeBlanc Prettzest Lea Croteau Cutest Crew Cut Alan Goddard Cutest Cowure Lorrame LaJo1e Best Mannered Alan Goddard Best Mannered Jean Leamy Best Athlete Wllham Ryan Best Athlete J eannlne Boucher Most Artzstzc James Murdock Most Artzstzc Dolores Lore Most Happy Go Lucky Gerald Lundeen Most Carefree Joann Murphy Fashwn Plate Rxchard Casey Best Stylzst Constance J ardus Bzggest Tease Roger Hales Bzggest Tease Joan Vmcent Best Actor Rlchard Casey Best Actress Janet Keefe Nzcest Eyes Henry LeBlanc Prettzest Eyes Lenore Murdock Best Lobbyzst David Rose Best Fzlzbusterer Luclenne Desjardms Optzmtst Wllllam Wyman Optzmtst V1rg1n1a Stephano Nozszest Roger Hales Nozszest Joan Stuart Wzttzest Gerald Lundeen Wzttzest Joann Murphy Best Solozst Edward H111 Best Solozst Barbara Ahlstrom Most Dependable Taylor Parrlsh Most Dependable Mary Mulqueen Complled by the class of 1949 and members of the commlttee R1chard Casey Lorrame LaJo1e Delores Lore Mary Mulqueen INF ORMA TI ON Constance Jardus Marne Blakley Dons Cormrer Dorma Cyr Lorrame Jalllet Linea Jensen Robert Vennmg Betty Johnson Joan Vmcent Name As Is As Heard Barbara Doreen Rrchard George Murrel Ahlstrom Anderson Anderson Arsenault Arsenault Aukstrkalrns Edward Balsewrce Edwrn Beauregard Robert Bellrveau Leo Bernard Donald Bernard Lorrarne Bernard Mary Ann Blflll rll Edward Bmnall Marlon Blakley Marre Bogdanowrcz Helen Boucher Jeannrne Boudreau George Bourgeors Arthur Bourgeors Roland Bourn Jean Brown Sarah Ann Buraczewskr Irene Cadoret Joseph Capacr Frank Careau Norman Caron George Lasavant Donald Casey Rrchard Cavarno Vernon Choynowskr Theodore Llex eland Wrllram Barb Doreen Andy Muscles Murrel Austre Eddre Bobble eo Don Teddy Mrmr Eddy M 1r1on Marre Cookre en Oscar r Rollo jo rme Sa x CIIICICQD oe Hero Norman F elrx Dugan Drck Vern Teddy Br Do re mr fSoftlyl Wanta hear a good one? Deal me rn' been Marlon? Hey fish' Wanna bet? Pass' Frx me up hey' Pose for me? Teddy hrt a homer' Are you gorng? fln drscussronl I m gorng for a dr1v Oh you Jerkmo' Got any gum? Oh how I rche' H 1 1 Hey Pegleg' fHardlv everl lS1ngrngJ Oh heck' Is he cute' Where S Eddy Hev Ed fNeverJ fOccasronallyl QUnder hrs breathl rn lesson You should see the grrl 1 met' Want a clgar? Later? I Q 9 1 y I 1 . 7 . , '. , . ., 1 I ' ', L , . , . v .. .i z," .I . 2. , . .., I 1 I 9 ' , . , I , 1 . , ' 1--- , At , . 1 ' . ' Z. .. , llj , . , . J ' P , . v .x ""' 9 ' Y 9 1 ' ' I 1 , - . , Hr! ' f ," 'll . PLEASE James Fontame Barbara Green Gordan Hall Francxs Nobrega Irene Sokolowskn Paulme Thompson Selma Walkkmen Donald Wumkamen Weakness Ambltxon Hangout Bass horn players Chocolate frappes Women Skung Muslc The opposute sex Homeu ork B'1sketball Models Red Sox Roller skatlng Problems Ex marme A Frenchman College men Sports A W School Studylng Andover Worcester boys? Men Get hls lxcense Skung I-hs paper route Sports Ruth Blondes brunettes Succeed Rlse Stevens Get married Wear bell bottom trousers Be a GOOD grease monkey Othce worker Succeed h1s father Over rule Dugan We wonder Succeed Rockwell Go to New York Be a professlonal Succeed Miss Clark Nurse Learn to parle To model Go to St RCglS Wm every game Get hls front tooth Honest work Co to Fltchburg State Succeed Mlss Qulgley Teach POllSh Manage Brockelman s Be a mllhonalre Woodworker Jom the marmes Get a new car Mass Umverslty redheads Food A certam blonde FlSl'llIlg Ioln the Marlnes Play at Carnegle Hall Surveyor Leslle s Wlth hlm Gerroxr s A servlce statlon Wlth Marlon Rose s Hls Ford Llttle Canada Canteens WHOB Whalom Rmk At home The Plymouth Templeton Orpheum G H S Gym Wlth the boys Leamy St State HOSD1t2l Wlth Barbara P A C C Brockelman s Goguen s Pharmacy West End Home Chestnut Street In the Chevvle Wlth Ray Her house Wlth Aubrey ' an Dancing Pro basketball Bob's Plymouth J . . Name As Is As Heard Collette Evelyn Comeau Dorxs Corey Wllma Cormler Conrad Cormrer Donald Cormler Dorls Cormler Henry Cormler Ronald Cott Anne Couxllard Arlene Couture Fernand Croteau Lea Cyr Dorma Dangle Francls Daly Robert Delude Carleen Dems Francls DesBo1s Ruth Desjardms Lucxenne Desroches Hervey Dlck Iune Dolhenty Robert Dupuls EllS6 Elgxn Marllyn Frlckson janet Fales Pearl Flsher Dorothy Fontame James Foote Gllbert Fountam Wllllam Frykenberg Rxchard Gallant Lllhan Gmgras Rachel Glrouard Jeannine Glrouard Theresa Goddard Alan Goguen Dorls Green Barbara GYIIICEWICZ Jenme Haxdukewlcz Phyllls Hales Roger Hall Gordon Hartshorn Dorothy Evelyn Doris Wlllle Sonny a o Jumor Ronnie Anne Coolle Skeezlk Lea Tutu Frank Harp Larleen Fran Ruthle Pete une Bo Elxse o jimmy Slldz o Duke Gilbert 1 Dlck 1 Y Rach Pee Wee Tesha Dorls Beegee Jennle Phyllls Doc Pop Polly What comes after thls? fQu1etlyl Are you klddmg fAlwaysl lSeldomJ I got an outlme to do Arguing MSSSICUYS et Mesdames Oh yeah Want to hear a good Joke? Hey Red' Oh for goodness sake' Wery softlyl flf requestedl Haw haw Goln to a hockey game' C et on to her' You rat' If that lsnt chlldlsh' fbeldoml Got a letter' fNot very oftenl Oh for Pete s sake How are you? cwlth a glgglel Seen Pr1tchy7 Well I must say Holy Cow lHardly everl Oh IS that so? You re a mess Hello there' Is thls borlng Ye Gads Gee Whxz' fAlwaysJ ee Honestly Are you k1dd1ng7 l ve got so much homework lLoudlyJ He s a Gopher That s mce talk , , o . - 1 4 ? ' I Ft . 1 . D t . l , , . I . A . '., , . .. , . .i ' ' , J . , b Drew, Richard Dick What's up? ' , Y ' D t . ' ', D r , ' . , . . Bu ,. - y . . L.l y I . , . . ! ,' Al ' , . . G Weakness Ambrtxon Hangout Dancmg Dark men 'I alklng Basketball Sports Ice skatmg Tall glrls Muslc A gold baseball The new look Women Styles Convertlbles Blueprmts Foollng around Her temper Helen S Dancmg Artlsts 1ve Sallors Junlors College men Boys A beau tue Prltchy Bookkeepmg Re Shyness Moonlight Lemon ples Movles Horses A soldler Cats Sports A Wentworth boy Baseball Movles Talking Nurses Hrs laugh R R Prlvate Secretary Gam werght Seamstress Physxcal dlrector Barber Secretary Busmess man Be a sxnger Attend college Journallst To travel Exec Secretary To speak louder Engmeer A satisfactory Job Nurse Join the Navy Busmess woman Be hrs model Be a ntterbug Medlcal servlce Engmeer Succeed Iturbl Get marrled Be serxous Avlatrlxp A bookkeeper Wm the Olymplcs State Boards Manage 5 8z 10 Succeed Coach Tarpey Be a bookkeeper Typlst Marry hum OHIC6 worker Beat Blll ln poker Go 1nto nursmg Secretary Buslness gxrl College Nichols I r College Succeed Ed Johnson Be a proble Robrllard s In hrs car Ruth s Gym Wlth Fxghtmg Frenchmen With Cormne Wlnchendon Home Oak Street Cym Wlth George Wxth the klds In h1s car Wlth the boys Wxth Dlck Wlth Marlon Leomlnster Pontiac Boston Pete s Home Pete s Typlng room Prlscllla s Home Wxth June Worcester Only a street Hospital The car Sherman St Orpheum Regan St Vezma Insurance Co Gardner Trust Methodlst Gym Medlcal Bulldmg Hubbardston Carlberg Ins Wlth Mary Ellen Kenney s house WHOB Reservoxr H111 J. h Q , Harley Davidson Be a bachelor In the Ford d . . Name As Is As Heard Haywood Rlchard Hebert Helen HCIHO Joan Hlll Edward Holm Robert Horrlgan Paul Howlett Nancy Huntlng Kenneth Jaxllet Lorralne Jardus Constance Jensen Llnea Johnson Betty Keefe Janet Kennedy Rlta Kumpulalnen Ahce Lafortune Jacquellne La1o1e Joseph LaJo1e Lorrame Laprade Elalne LGVOIC May Leamy Jean LeBlanc Gladys LeBlanc Henry LeBlanc Loretta LeBlanc Norman Leger Roland Lesneskl Helen Lmdgren Leona Lmtz Rhoda Llson Leo Llttlelield Robert Lore Dolores Lovejoy Robelt Lovewell Joan Iundeen Gerald Luplen Mary Ellen Mahoney Mxchael Mallloux Theresa Mazejka Helen Meehan Rlchard Mllosh Frances Moore Dorothy Moore Joseph Morrlssey Gerald Morze Phyllxs DICKIC Helen oan Bo Pudge Nancy Meatball Lorrame Connle yn Buttons Ianet Kenny Allce J ackle oe Re Elalne May ean Gladys Pasqual Loretta Txnomon Bobby Helen Betty Rhoda eo Splder Chlckle Bo oan Gerry Mary Ell Mxke Terry Helen R1ch1e Frances Dottle Joe Gerry Phyll CH Hello Darllng' Lost my eraser agam' Jeepers' iSmoothlyJ fOn h1s planol Anythmg you want cleaned? I know ut s RIGHT ' ' How many? Oh crlmmmle' Guess who I saw? OK Jardus Been to Engllsh yet? Oh that s rxght Oh gosh' I dont get It Been to shorthand? fMost any txmel What s good about lt? How many CODICS? Okay now Lnsten' Oh' crnpe fCheerfullyJ Well Ill be' Hellooo Hold that pose' Kmt 1 Purl 2 Seen the farmer? What a schmoe' Been to Athol? lB1ush1nglyJ Amt that cute? fLaughmglyJ Well now iAlwaysl Seen Phyllls? Dld the Gophers lose? He came home' Oh geez' Gads' You know what? Got another letter' fQu1te oftenj Tax? Oh heck Y 7 ' ' , J . , Ed , b D , ' - 1 , . . , . 7 ! ' , . ' I L U 9 , ' - 1 - 7 ' U Y ' . . . , . D ' ' , J ' , d ' . Lavoie, Jeannine Jeannine CV ery seldoml Y Y , J . , . , Y I Q l I , . 7 D , . , . , L . , n 1 u , , . , ' b , J , 4 v 7 n 7 ' - n , . I ! ' y E. . , n Q - 1 , . 7 7 Weakness Ambltlon Hangout Arguments Juggy l Y A certain blonde Smgers Navy blues Bob Roller skatxng D21IlC1Ilg Red head A Merchant A tall blond Knlttlng MUSICIHIIS Argyles Sports Motorcycles A swlmmer Dl6tS Dauclng An athlete en Fa1th Hope Charxty Dark men Wfltlng notes Hls camera Mlxm g sodas So Royalston Radlo Out of town girls The unusual Bab5 slttlng Men HlklHg Baseball Chocolate cake Sports 'I wmg Twang A Jumor Pearl Swrmmmg Steve Buslness Law G1rls Fords Go to college Be a housewxfe Slng lullabys Succeed Melton Great planxst J o1n the Navy Be a genxus Own a gas statlon Work ln an office Go to law school Fly a plane Olhce worker Nurse Art school Go ln tralnlng Play pro basketball Cartoonlst Be a Duchess Buslness school A small Office Nurse Nothmg partlcular Engzmeer To me Be a 6 footer Photographer Med Techmclan Be a farmerette Scrlpt u rlter Be an accountant Journallsm Surveyor Be a great artlst Take lt easy Blg league pltcher Go 1nto nursmg Beat the Gophers Add another rxng Unsettled Jom the Navy Stay smgle Go to Alaska Make a touchdown Own hrs own stand Take up accountmg Peabody St Wlth hlm Yellow Model A Room 24 So Royalston Horrlgan s Cleaners Hubbardston F1tchburg Wlth the gang Jensen s Wlth Conme 8: P Wrth the glrls Hen parties At Jean s Wxth Julle Wxth the gang lvlth Charhe Convernble Sllver Shop Baker St In a Pontlac H1gh School Where there s water Movxes N lCh0lS St Wlth negatlves Fowler s Orpheum WHOB Athol W1th the boys Abbott St Ca Wxth Dotty Pete s Llbrary Gym Wxth the gang P A C C Hall Harvard St Home Sally s Woodland Spa Marty s At Fmn hops .I'll ' J QQ YY ' ' . 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' f Name As Is As Heard Mulqueen John Mulqueen Mary Munson Cec1l Murdock James Murdock Lenore Murphy Joann Nee Lawrence Nelson Grace Newton Lyle Nobrega FTHDCIS Ol1var1 Rlchard Parad1se Dorothy Parrlsh Taylor Pastlc Theresa Peller1n Jullette Perreault George Pobuk John PODOIOSRI Ann Rauma E1la R1chard Lorrame R1cher Renaud Roberts Rlchard Rob1chaud Paul Rochon Theresa ROdSkl Alvm Rose Dav1d Rouleau Marcel Roy Elame Roy Roger Royer Leatr1ce Rumery Stephen Ryan Wllllam Safka Konstanty St Plerre Prlscllla Sharpe Robert S1mkew1cz Francls S1mula Theresa Sokolowskl Irene Steeves Mar1lyn Stephano V1rg1n1a Stevens Raymond Stuart Joan Taavela Edward Tanguay Emlle Johnny Mary Congo 1m Lenny Murph Larry Gr'1c1e 12 Fran O 1e Dotts1e Oberg Terr1e ul1e Snook Jack1e OD Bunny I7 RICDIC D1ck Robb1e Terry 1 Dave Muscles Knute ee Steve l KOSZIC Pussle Bo Slnky 1m Irene Marxlyn G1nny Ray Ed Emo F1re' Well tCensoredJ Hey Mlke Well anyway bye Got a Joke to tell ya Are you a Qu1z Teen? Sh Qulet' Y Shutta your face Got your Engllsh done? Oh man Don t bother me any Does that get me What a r1ot' Seen Sk66Zlk? Holy Cowl Hallo' Where s Butch? tlncessantlyj Drop Dead' H1 k1d Who d you see? Y 1 1 1 EE Gads Man' tW1ll1nglyJ Aw Gee WDIZ Haven t seen her tRap1dlyJ fln the bandl What? Got your homework done? What s for tomorrow? QMUSICHIIY, Ha Ha You know what? Jeepers' Seen Pete? fAlwaysJ lxnow any cute Jokes? Where s Gordon? Wanna buy some shoes? ,Y J- ! . ', . F' Ya ---- H . ., ,. ll. . . , ' ' Hi! ' ', P . Robichaud: Rachel Rach Teyll her 0ff1 ' sk' uh... ' , 4 1. E.-- n , v n L n , " ' B'll . ' , , b Hin- ' ' , L S' . l , Y . Jo ' ' . Weakness Ambltlon Hangout 1411 e trucks Studylng Alumnl Sknng Bob Jumors RICE puddlng U S Army Foolmg Underchss woman 47 Chevvle Cars Carolmg Kh ikl Chocolate foods Gultar Flashy sweaters A blue Lmcoln Tall blondes That tall boy Talkmg Red motor scooter Soko Danclng Accorcllons Gnls Model Airplanes Sports Sklppy Oral talks Blondes Out of town glrls Basketball Chocolate cake Dancmg Hls accordlon My man Paul Kmttmg Green BL1lCliS Sall boats An Irlshman Lmea Drawmg Worcester Trade Teacher Nlchols Jr College College Get marrled F ttchburg State Go to Northeastern Own the theatre Retlred fisherman Marlnes Clean car wmdows See another movle Gomg on to school Telephone operator Nurse Succeed Chocolate Englneer Teacher Fitchburg State Manager None Own two scooters To travel Be a banker Success Lawyer To work Gym coach Fame Lxve m Canada MIISIC Conservatory Be a masseur College Be a housewlfe Succeed Fred Ast ure Muslcal career Marry htm Be a deslgner College Socml Servlce work Coast Guard Gym teacher Drugglst Artlst Lake St Statlon Room 6 At Bob s Florence Stow e W1th Ruthle W1th Mac WHOB Orpheum Pump house At the club Athol Wlth the gxrls Her house Wlth Paul1ne W1th Allce 8z Janet W1th Skeezlk DlCk s car W1th Vlncent W1th the gang Febbxe s Wmchendon Tradmg Post At Irene s Emxle s Lunch Central St At the store Wlth a book Gym Gerrolr s Home Woodland Spa Athol Conant St W1th Marllyn Goodnow Pearson s Wlth Frankle So Royalston In the Ford W1th Mary Ellen Teen Canteen South Gardner G H S Smlth St Penney s Basketball player Stop chewing gum Cross St. Name A5 Is Heal d Ihexllult Iouls FI hompson I 1 man Ihompson I mullm 'lrudel Robut Iudhopn BISIICILI Venmng Robclt VIALILZIIII Cnuolxn Mm ent Jom Vlncent Robert Voutlll Rxymonc W lIIxIilIlCIl Sllmf Wlclllolm Olxvel Wu xllldll I mov IN lLIxIlldll lxondlc Wnmlc une n Don xlcl Ilolucll Iolm Wooclumu Ilo Wx mm WIIIIHHI u Iiuclclx I tile IXI I 'LIL IIIEII o L uolxn N mum Io J x IW Ilollx N om Ixonmc I'Iougl1lJox Loom x A xx us INLH L Ill x 1 p lou igcllllj I dont know nl 1mm N11 us., un' Ifwlumlxl 1 S ISIowIXl x been Looms f IIoxx do Vou do' Il It Ol Ollf Wood N 1 L I H Ill Ixl'X IO SII IIOI I 'I I'I S Nlr Ioeeph Ixnlm Nlr I' F'1rl lrVlIII"IIT1S 8 Nlr I1mcQ Baku 'NI1sQ Iiarlnm Slnllh I0 Ilelen BOLCIHIIOXXICY Mlm Dorrlcz Sheldon IZ Io In I c- muy I ea Croteau Carolyn Vlgeant Rlcharcl Cwey Rolx rt 'I ruclc-I Robert Dalcy , I 'I As ,, . ' "1 , , ' I,o I I 'zjxl ' Q , V: j IH-V? H Q , I: ' I - 11' Ill-Akzo I , X' I ' 1 Golf 0 'I 'Il On? ,V . , . 2 ,., - ' ' I' S I ' V V ' I , "' j 'z ' j We' z ' Ute? I' t , z I' 'f ' EKU. I ' , I I I j ' 2, z ' I I'z j Svcu I"uv'Ic-? 'Z ' ' ,f 1 '1 j 'I'I1:1l's for :um ' , I ' I Ollj .' j Wells, Ruth Rudy You Ivrkl 'fl' ' , . 2' V' T Ilcj Tun! Y' . V . y 1 , I 1 ', - , A - 2,1 .. . 1. X ' Z -V 7 E I I' Yo"-Imliixfg I ' 1, ,N j 'l'vII ISZIJUIII il f j z , ' ' I5'lI I'ouI':onl,z dry 1.l'.,. 'A' 7,1 .1 12. I . '. A ' X . .,. 3. I .,. I 1 9. ' 4. I '. . . ' . 4 .,, 5. 1 I -' , 11. - ' , Weakness Ambition Hangout Scoreboard Physlcs Chemxstry Gmny Horses F lashy tles Tallormg Talkmg Baseball Telephone operator A tall blonde FlShlUg Butch Basketball Who? Late nights Women Ieanxe w1th the dark brown halr Sports Buy a new car Succeed Mr Baker Nurse Succeed Coach DL1bZll'ISkl Kmdergarten teacher C P A Exec Secretary Enter a convent Pro baseball Pamter Marry hlm Blg buslness man Stewardess Make a basket Cook Truck drlver To retlre Professlonal player Head Rec league Wlth Nature Boys Campus Wlth Theresa Pleasant St Lawrence Estate South Gardner Florence Stove Wlth Mary 8: Salty South Gardner Home Rudy s farm East Gardner Rltter s truck West End Home Goguen s Pharmacy A hxgh street Gym KEY TU BABY PICTURPS Rhoda I 1nt7 I ll 1 Rauml Joann Stuart It 'ln Lefamy Vlnllxam Wyman Ilene Butauusskx lolly II xrtshorn M try I llpltn Robert I lttlctuld Lucrenne Desjardmw Lorxame Bern xrd Jmet Keefe Robert Frudell Arlene Cou1ll1rd Curolyn V1ge'mt Rnchard Anderson John Mulqueen Constance Jardus Rachel Gmgras I mea Jens: n I earl I4 'ales Dorothy Flgln Alrce Kumpulamt n Dorxs Cogucn Phyllls I"I'1IllllklCXVlL Ire ne Sokolowskl N'1ncy Howlett 'I 'iylor Parrlsh Lea Croteau Dolores Lore Ruth DesBo1s Ruchard Meehan Juhette Pellcnn Joan Hemo Joan Bourn Vxrgmxa Stephane - 9 ' 1 ' ' D 'P ? 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' ' ' U Q EVENTS J Mass Hugh School Swlmmmg and Dlvmg Champlonshlps State Champxonshlp Swlmmxng Meet the Gardner Wildcats captamed by powerful James Fontame came through W1 h a total of 36 pomts to wm the champlonshxp for the thlrd consecuuve tlme The events were as follows 200 yd Free Style Rel my won by Gardner Philip Roberge James Baker Henry LeBlanc and Roger Desolier 100 yd Breaststroke thlrd and fourth taken by Thomas Denney and Raymond Desoller respectlvely 200 yd Free Style second and third taken by Donald Dalgle and Henry L Blanc respectively 150 yd Ind1v1du.1lMedley thlrd and fourth taken by Roger and Raymond Desoher Dxvmg first taken by Robert Le Blanc and fourth by Richard Constan tme 100 yd Backstroke-second and third taken by James Fudhope and Raymond Stevens 150 yd Medley Relay team com posed of James Tudhope Thomas Den ney and James Baker took a second 'l he previous record of 25 4 was nar rowed down to 249 IH the 50 yd free style by James Fontame wlth Ph1l1p OBr1en taking a thlrd in the same event The record of 569 held by James ln the 100 yd free style was berge a close second in the race The Assumptlon Tournament Gardnel 29 Mary E Wells 28 Gardner Hxghs Wlldcats squeaktd by Mary E Wells High of Southbrldge by a 29 to 28 score After being be hmd 21 to 10 at the half the South bridge boys roared back caught up to and passed the Wlldcats w1th 30 sec onds to go Ed H111 then dunked in 1 pretty set shot which won the game for the Cats Ryan was high scorer for the wmners Gardner 32 Westfxeld 49 lhe Bombers of Westfield High were Just too much for the Gardner boys as they walked off with a 49 to 32 wln Using two dead eyes Bar t1n1c1 and Swanson to advantage the boys from the Whip City rolled up a 21 to 10 lead at the half The scoring in the second half was falrly even but the damage had been done m the first half Ryan was agam high scorer for the Cats cK"'X:w-4 Gardner 51 St John s 55 St Johns of Worcester knocked down a scrappy Wlldtat team in an overtxme contest to declde the conso Wnlvlsllililiatitj-I :T-5:-':-::f'i jj i'l!n:t:1:n:t:til:lI I i n I I Il Q ' :I ll I 'I 1 1 I' X II ':'i, ,alll I:Il, NIH! 'v:l!lflIll:'l't't l,u,I:I:I,lIIIliII,' At the third shhuai Massachusetts tied by him this yes? with Philivp Rs- . l! ' . ki- ' ' . D ' I y . , 1 0-4.59. R I A - ' x n , I' HE ARGUS latlon trophy wmner They d1d lt the hard way as Gardner held a command mg 28 to 18 lead at the half In the senond half a sharp shootlng, guard named Barry dunked ln 18 of hrs 19 pomts Thls was the margm of v1c tory A long set shot by Wyman sent the game mto overtrme as St John s was ahead 50 to 48 Wlth 20 sec onds to go The only pomt scored ln the overtlme by the Cats was a Satch Stromskx free shot Ryan was once more hrgh for Gardner w1th 15 points B1ll Ryan was placed on the first team All Stars for the tournament Eddle Hlll recelved an honorable men tlon Nlce golng fellows The muslcal revue Far Away Places was presented by the Gardner Hlgh School Musxc Club and Band m Pearson Audltorlum on Apr1l 21 and 22 Although there were only two acts IU the revue the audlence traveled to many colorful places heard favorxte songs and saw many fascmatmg dances A mlmature band concert and gay dances rounded out '1 well bal anctd enteltalnment program The llbretto was wrltten by two senlors Joan Bourn and Nancy Howlett under the supervlslon of Mrss Dorrlce Shel don The revue was under the dlrec tlon of Mr Arthur T Coogan Members of the faculty who 3SS1StCd wxth the costumes were Mxss Helen Chaffee, Mxss Mrnnle Glasheen Mlss Marjorle Ralnge Mlss Helen Whrttrer and Mlss Marlon Vlets Many of the costumes were made by the members of the cast under the supervlslon of Miss Barbara Smlth Mrss Kathleen McCarthy was ln charge of busmess Mr Joseph Klvlm prmtmg Mr Dean Johnson and Mr James W H Baker stage and hghtmg Mr Nachman Co hen was band asslstant Mlss Sarah E Clark June Rmger and Anne LeBlanc worked wlth the dancing groups Wlth the HSSISLHHCS of Mr Carlton Rlchardson danclng lnstructor The cast for Pmafore extracts from whlch were glven ln Act II mcluded Slr Joseph Porter Raymond Ares Jose Natalle Pal kanen Captaln Corcoran Edward Morse Buttercup Ann POp010Skl boatswarn Lawrence Beers Ralph Rackstraw Cavarno Hebe Lorrame Sldman The followmg took part ln the waltz Dorls Comeau Vernon Cavarno Vrr glllla Johnson Ernest Landry Rxta Kennedy Raymond Ares Helen Maz ejka Rlchard Chabot Jean Rodenwer and Lawrence Beers In a lrne dance the followmg took part Elxzabeth BOUYQCOIQ SODHIB Bulatowrcz Ann Dobson Lorrame LeBlanc Carol Nel son Irene Szymakowskl and Martha Safstrom Included 1n some of the leadmg roles were Joan Hemo Barbara Ahlstrom Anne LeBlanc MarJor1e Ford Ann Popoloskl Irene S0kOlOWSkl Natahe Pakkanen Edward Hxll Robert Sharpe Wmlham Wyman Roland Dahlr James Kelly Raymond Ares Rlchard Chabot and Edward Morse x i K . I . i I . . . . . . 3 . - . , 5 . s. x , ' 1 - ' y 1 . , v . u H ' ' ' ' ' ' KY ' YY 4 a , . : . , ' 1 K . . , I , 1 , Z . Muslc Club Revue Frank Morzeg Dick Deadeye, Vernon ' rm - - I . - YY ' I ' I 1 - . . . , , ' . l ' 7 7 I ' 1 1 ' Y I Y Y ' I 1 ' - , - 1 ' ' X f 2 ' 9 ' 9 ' .x ' I ' A , f ' 1 - ' . 1 A Q . I ' , , Y Y Y I Y Y I Y Y Y I ' AX Q DTP There once was a sallor from Crete Who was handsome except for hls feet Why they were so large Each resembled a barge He got d1scharged and made hxs own fleet Ben Crauer has never forgotten thls radlo fluff Ladles and gentlemen he S8ld wxth dlgmty the Presxdent of the Umted States Hoobert Heever He who has lost hls freedom has nothmg else to lose 0-mmm: Man often falls to become a thlnker because hls memory serves hlm too well W hat cannot be removed becomes lighter by patlence Thmgs are movmg so fast nowadays that people who say It cant be done are belng mterrupted by some one else domg lt Malcolm Austm 51 Sugn outslde farm gate The only love that money can buy pupples for sa e Polse The art of ralsmg the eye brows mstead of the roof 'lact The unsald part of what you thmk Intultxon A strange mstlnct that tells a glrl she IS rlght whether she IS or not I thmk that I shall never see An A as lovely as a B A B Whose rounded form IS pressed Upon the records of the blessed A D comes easlly and yet It ISU t easy to forget D s are made by fools llke me And how a fool could use a B ' There was a young gurl named Al1ce Whose deslre was to llve IH a palace She met the wrong guy And lxved 1n a sty But was happy and gave h1m no mallce Deborah Underwood 51 IIlIli'llZ'!!F'll-.1- - - - - -.3 5: lln:.:ug.:e:n:n:1I II Il Il ' 'D ' I' H X I I I I" ' 'I 'Il l'1 ll 'I 's I 'll I'n','.nl I lla ,1','l lllllhhlnlnllll' lllI'lII'llIll1'IIll Y Y n 7- 1' - ' , u ' V as T - . .' . . U . , l H , . ' YY , . M. . I . . u Wli . -n u 1 n gl . 4 I - 1 4 Y 7 k N H u H . ' , rv va - ' ' ff Y, ' T . Y! 7 ' I , UU ' ' , 71 7 7, . ' v ' 1 ' ' QI YY 9 I Y Y THE ARGUS If you cannot wln make the one A moment of thmkmg IS worth an aheud break the prevxous recold hour of words -v-4:-4"Nv-4 -u--w,fa'5mvi+ Kmdness IS the o1l that takes frlc Shght not that whlch IS near though tlon out of hfe almlng at what IS far M My in-. Mwdigwf .ww FQ, W I 4 W , Q MJ f WF 1 ' pqpszxff 'bg :! kt Wir' nM Qxff 'gk Mlix Q Wa MIB X I C . - - L9- fw K N f ..1 W' ' , . all"-V , Nfl, ,Q A9 v S- X L ' , W " is . in 1 . ' ,My - , 4, ' ' , ' lx W W , ' . , W1 V ' , , t o 1 'T' fi.,-,' H 1. D K K I "H f f 5 X. iv ,..! X h 1 1 A ' 'Q' ' NH' 4. J' 9' , rl Kg-if Wlflhx 'I K I lr fi - wk " ' , uf'-1' E.. 1:-.v-1 H, ,,, H, I N ' "- - S - . ' ,g o n -.' ' 1-if 'Y-S i rf M -. ,LU ,hh ,y ,,,'iC,VJs ' , ,IQ 'f PM X s X V A V -I x - '-1' ' . f' 'Lf ' N I 4 f , , f. ' ,gf . ,' ' '4 Q: ' ix, Q 5' ft ,f W. T ' ' X. ,. f 1 WH 9 - ' X fy " Il I' to " LUMN1 Engagements Edlth L Brlgham to Leonard P Cramm 46 Lorralne Dery to Leon B Croteau Margaret M Flynn 46 to Dr Rlchardj LaV1gne Glorla Fredette 44 to Rlchard S Mlerzwmskl 42 Falth E Jlllson 43 to Rlchard C Edwall Leona R Payne 42 to Donn C Howell Barbara L Thompson 47 to Leo E Wnta Lucxlle Y Touslgnant to Teuvo A Lumatamen 44 -41461010 Marrlages Florence H Flscher to Dr Herbert E Brooks 41 Dorls L Glrouard 45 to A Robert LeBlanc Mary E H111 40 to John D Strobell jr Frances N Lore to Thomas J Horrlgan 44 Georgette L MacK1nnon to Howard G Hebert 44 Jeannette H MPTCIGT 45 to Robert F Walsh Shella Morgan 39 to Herbert IJ Schmxdt Patrlcxa A Murrwy to Davld I Murray 43 Ann L Nord 48 to Walter FTICRSOU Ann M Pletrykowskl to Frank F Landry 41 Dorothy E Puustmen 48 to Wnlfred F Larlvlere Charlotte C Sundstrom 40 to Roger E Palmer 35 v14llNvl0 Blrths A son john Davld to Rev and Mrs 381 Gordon Allen Mrs Allen IS the formel Patrlcxa Lovewell A daughter to Mr 39 and Mrs Martln Anderholm A son Ross Edward to Mr 33 and Mrs 37 Edward Bloum Mrs Bloum IS the former Dorothy Erhard A daughter Suzanne Marle to Mr 47 and Mrs 46 Nlno Canu Mrs Canu IS the former Theresa Bourque A son Glenn Heywood to Mr and Mrs 37 Gordon Carl Mrs Carr lS the former Loretta Heywood A daughter Jane Lllzabeth to Mr 32 and Mrs james Eacmen A son Thomas Mmrvm to Mr 40 and Mrs Frederlck French P Il .-- - , - 'I'.'.'llIIlll'III -. j.-ll..--.Z --L Illflllljlisfljlill' l I Q I ul fy I I ,, .Q ll 7 A, l -sggbk' I ll l I ' I ll 'Il ll' ,. III 1 llI'lIl'l "NIH lllllllmlllillll mn-.ull .,,I y l14 au4.lnl .1 , . ' . C 1 I ' Y 1 1 1 ' . C . . 1 '4-2. . ' L' : . I Q . ' ' . ' 4. . I . . , I ' Y ' n , . J u my - . - . . , . , . A , I , . Y .. . . Y V ' " . , ' H u .Y . . a , . 1 L - ,. . ' 3 i ' D - , ' f ' . . . , . . Y , ' . , ku , . v s . . , - , I . D Y I ' , 1 l . Q Y 4 . . . -. 4 . , , . 9 5 ' 1 , ' v . . L , 4 , . THE ARGUS A son DElVlll to Mr 42 and Mrs Roger K Clngras A son Robert Mlchael to Mr and Mrs 43 Robert Goderre Mrs Go derre IS the fol mer Agnes Wlcklund A son teorge Everett 3d to Mr and Mrs 45 George E Grover Jr Mrs Grover IS the former Phyllls Conkev A daughter to Mr and Mrs 38 Rlchard S Hall Mrs Hall IS the for mer Mary Curtls A son to Mr and Mrs 45 John C Hughes Jr Mrs Hughes IS the for lnel Clalre MacDonald A son Robert Wallace to Mr 43 and Mrs 47 Wall lce Ingves Mrs lngves IS the former Eleanor Hebert A son to Mr 31 and Mrs Phlllp K lplan A daughter Donna Lorralne to Mr and Mrs 39 Robert Lal'ond Mrs I aliond IS the former Dorls Santerre A daughter Dlanne Marle to Mr and Mrs 43 Rlchard Lampert Mrs l slmpert IS the former Dorothy Vlner A son Jeffrey Carl to Mr and Mrs 40 MHUYICC LaRe'lu Mrs LaReau IS the tormer Ruth Troendle A daughter Renelle Beatrlce to Mr and Mrs 38 Sylvlo LeBlanc Mrs LeBlanc the former Rachel LeBlanc A daughter Susan Ann to Mr 41 and Mrs 43 Stanley Luba Mrs Luba IS the former Marcelle Chabot A daughter Roberta Ann to Mr 44 and Mrs Robert Mallloux A daughter Ann to Mr 28 and Mrs Robertj Matthews A son Robert Charles to Lt 37 and Mrs Charles P McKean A son Marc Charles, to Mr and Mrs 43 John C Mlller Mrs Mlller IS the former Marle Hebert A son George Lawrence 3rd to Mr 26 and Mrs George L MIUOLL Jr A daughter Cathryn Ann to Ml and Mrs 35 Leo Moreau Mrs Mor eau IS the former Sophle ZYZHICWSKI A son Mlchael Ian to Mr 43 and Mrs James G Morgan A daughter Penelope to Mr 39 and Mrs 41 Henry K Rlxford Mrs Rlx ford IS the former Margery Brown A daughter Le'lnette to Mr and Mrs 41 Edgar Roy Mrs Roy 1S the former Lorralne Gagne A son Mark Llndsay to Mr and Mrs 46 Evelett A Sllverberg Mrs Sllverberg IS the former Esther R Kalllo A son to Mr and Mrs 42 Norman E Spenard Mrs Spenard IS the for mer Murlel Careau A son to Mr and Mrs 40 John S Vachowskl Mrs Vachowskl IS the former Carleen I Marr A daughter to Mr and Mrs 40 Norman D VIDCCHL Mrs Vlncent IQ the former Helen Jalllet A daughter Susan Jane to Mr 30 and Mrs Benlamlnj Wolanske Events S Bernard Garbose 47 was elected to the Clark UHIVCISILY undergrad uate weekly newspaper the Scarlet Nelson L Kendall Jr 38 has passed examlnatlons taken for 3dm1S slon to the Massachusetts bar Mrs Esther fW1lU1K31USHD Salml 34 has been appolnted edltor IU chlef of the Gztche Gumee yearbook of Superlor State College Superlor WIS . , , . . , , . . . . . . . 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Y Y Y ' Y ' . . , ., , a . 1 n - . , . n , , . 7 - - 7 ' v 1 ' 1H1 ARC JS consm Thls IS the hrst time 1n the hlstory of the school that a mother of L Lharles btephwno 42 wis elected presldent of the alumm 0I5.,3I'l1Z'1fl0Il of the UHIVSFSIIY ol Mflssdehusetts 'at Fort Devens Arnold Izrlckson 45 has been awarded a three yeir 'B3600 fellowshlp for grwduate work m tlorlculture 'nt Rutgers UHlV6fSltY Arnold IS a sen lor 'xt the UDlVCfSlty of Massachusetts Mrs IN MILMORIAM 11989 19491 Allce Gorman 92 11815 19491 Allyn L Harrls 45 f192l 19491 M!Sgt P1l11lDL Hurley 29 11912 19491 " E 2' f two children has held this high olhce. Grace E fyvndcl-5 lgurtlett '4 1 1 1 y i X l . T' . . -T . C . 1 i , ' C Q , . "- . Q AROUND THE SCHOOL L,-RALE PERSONIFIED WHO DAT UP DERE? 53235 xg? .au " ' 0 ..- .ala 'Q-FQ. "" .e UPSY DAISY W ,fl if H ' all wx naw SHADES OF MA PARKER ALLRIGHT DlCK DROP THE C-UN E, Qmla 'E BEAUTY AND THE BEAST? Ri MEMBER WHEN 7 CONGRESS OF SWEAT AND GRUNT PARLEY VOUS FRANCAISE 7 WW BIC, UUNS FUTURE FONTAINES NOW LOOKA HERE BOYS Fmmr FU INES U UMMN SOON. DAY LHLLDL ll .IK Guest l he flles ale cert'11nly thlck around here pect for a dollar a day educated ones? Nancy Grandma what klnd of a husband would you advlse me to get? Grandma My 3dVlC6 to you IS leave all husbands alone and get yourself a smgle man -v--4u"Y-iv--6 In answer to his teachers request to Name one of the most lmportant uses of cow s hlde a l1ttle pupll re phed It keeps the cow together When a fellow woke up one morn mg wlth a red tullp growlng out of the top of h1s head he rushed down to Be lleve It Or Not Bob Rlpley s ofhce I wanna see Rlpley he S3ld to the receptlonlst She asked What about? i-vM6.'Bwv-4 The young schoolteacher had Just told a small boy the story of a lamb that had strayed from the Hock and had been eaten by a wolf You see she sald had the lamb been obedlent and stayed 1n the flock lt would not have been eaten by the wolf would lt? No Ma am answered the small boy It would have been eaten by us A professor was one day nearmg the close of a hlstory lecture and was maxes IH whlch he dehghted vs hen the hour struck The students lmmedl ately began to slam down the movable arms of the1r lecture chalrs and to pre pare to leave The professor annoyed at the 1nter ruptlon of h1s flow of eloquence held up h1s hand W8ltjUSt one mlnute gentlemen I have a few more pearls to cast -0-4cAi',,9'We A Red Cross worker on a remote PEICIHC Isle called the Army Command to report a dmsease pecullar to the trop W e have a case of berlberl here he sald What shall we do? G1ve lt to the Seabees was the reply they ll drunk anythlng -b--4MS',,'5ov--4 Convlct How long you 1n for? New Cellmate Nxnety mne years How long you ln for? Convlct Seventy five years Cellmate Then you take the bed near the door you re gettmg out first Are you the young man who Jumped 1n the r1ver and saved my son from drownmg when he fell through the ICC? Yes Ma am Well where s h1s mlttens? ll 'l'l'If':'f'.'f'llF:I :lj 1:2221-L: 2:1 ',lfI:'f'f'I'l'l ll'l I I I ' I I A I I' 7' l I I f ' ' I' 9 I '19 l I . I I I I I I, I' Ill I I I ' I I 'Hl'I"l"IlIIlI l:lI'ln Y':'lIIII UIIIIUI I Il" IIIlII'n'l'I II I ,, A C. . . Hotel Manager: What do you ex- indulging in one of those rhetorical cli- . . . 7 : 1 y . . X . cg N . . I . . , I - , yr tr ' ' I ' n ' ' ' ' , - ' , u n 4 Q 1 1 - K! Y I . ,,, ' u 7 H ' - u ' ' ' 75 ' - - - ' ' . rr I - 'Y n Y! ' ,Y ' y I ' u uv I Q Q ' , L . . - + . ' . , . Y! Y! ' YK. Q! v 1 C 7 ' ' Y! !K , Y . ,Y I! . 7 PY QQ, , 77 KY. , Y ' ' U THE ARGUS The father of a small boy gave h1m a dollar for hxs blrthday The boy spent the afternoon going the rounds of the tradesmen and having them change the dollar first Into sllver then back 1nto a b1ll and so on When the father heard of lt he asked the reason Well sa1d the l1ttle lad sooner or later somebody ts go1ng to make a mlstake and It am t going to be me Son Dad may I have a dollar to go wmdow shopping? Father Why do you need money to go wmdow shopplngp Son Well it s Mrs Jones wmdow I m shoppmg for -D--4Mf"NvP-4 Jones was slttmg wlth hls Wlfe be hlnd a palm on the hotel veranda late one nlght when a young man and a near them Hldden by the palm Mrs Jones whlspered to her husb and Oh John he doesnt know we re here and he s gomg to propose Whxs tle and warn h1m What fo1P sud Jones Nobody whistled to warn me 'Pl-4975550714 The teacher wishing to arouse the mterest of her Sunday School class asked them to wrlte down the names of thelr favorlte hymns All the scholars bent thelr heads over pencil and paper for a few mln utes and handed ln thelr sl1ps of paper All except Jane Come Jane sand the teacher write down the name of your favorlte hy mn and brmg me the paper Jane wrote and wlth downcast eyes and flaming cheeks handed the teacher a shp of paper bearmg the words W1ll1eSm1th Tommy Can you eat nuts grand ma? Grandma Oh dear no I havent any teeth Tommy Well look after these t1ll I come back from school :fame-+ Customer Three of those apples you sent me were rotten Ill brmg, them back Merchant Thats all right You neednt brmg them back Your word IS just as good as the apples 0-4cJ'Nav-4 Nelghbor Where s your brother? Child Hes playmg a duet I fin lshed first 9-41-,f'1ou-4 A man was buylng a fountain pen as a graduatxon glft for h1s son Its to be a surprlse I suppose said the clel k Ill say lt IS replled the father he s expectlng a convertlble coupe An Indlan gulde 1n the Pacific Northwest was given a watch by an apprec1at1ve New York banker for favors recelved One day the watch stopped tlckmg and the Indian took off the back to see lf he could locate the trouble He poked around ln the works and finally found a dead bug Hurlfng the watch away ln disgust he grunted No wonder hlm no work En gmeer dead +-aafagxov-0 Father Now my son tell me why I pumshed you Son Thats lt' Flrst you pound the l1fe out of me and now you dont know why you dld It Hardhearted edltor fCllCt3tll'lgl Dear slr You ask me whether you should stop wr1t1ng poetry By no means The thing for you to do IS to begin' - vu . c , - ' . v 7 1 y Y , . : . , , vin , Q! !7 ' ' Y! . r , c , . . 3 ' ' ' v , 1 ' r . , . , . ,, 7 ' a . I ' Y ' I V ' Y . . ' . inl- . l , ' 1 , - , - n a - Q . - , . .LL n 4 a - Q L te r, ' n ' I 1 glrl came and sat down on a bench U, - - ,, - , ! ' I n ff I ' ' 91 , . , 059- g 1 . . . . U Y Y 1 ' ' ' 77 ' 1 1 ' 7 u 4 vu ' QQ ' . I . ' ' ' ' YY , . 'V ! - I u ' v ' ' H ' I 1 1 ' , . . Q! H ' ' 7 1 1 ! u ' ' ' ' , ' rv , . , . rx ' ' ' u ' ' ' v ' ' bb WWW is STATE CHAMPIONSHIP SWIMMING TEAM Fzrst Row R Reponen R Desoher R Stevens R Roberge Capta1nJ Fontame D Dalgle J Tudhope R Constantlne T Denney .Second Row H LeBlanc R LeBlanc D Meadows R Desoller P OBr1en GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM Fzrst Row B Hannula, N Hedstrom Second Row J Johnson, I Korhonen,S Remlkamen M Gauth1er,L Matthews, G Brshop, J Stuart Thzrd Row F Bernatowxcz, L Erickson B Lupmen, G Saunders, M Rodskx, N Bourn, L Bernard, Coach Brackett 'Q 'I' ' K - ' K P A Q, Q ' t 3 S. ' I 1' 'M .L J ' A 'J f E i A , ' Ygg , Y 3 I .t . K 4 L: . l K tg, 5 5 A 'if V nf K 4 1 A 1 M F, V N. ,A A I V' I 3 I 1' ' A I I 3 R , 2 Q I X . 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