Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA)

 - Class of 1930

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THE SENIOR FLICKER 23 NAME— MARGARET ADA FIRTH Address — 199 Washington Street Nickname — “Peg”, “Marg” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Laugh Ambition — Elocutionist Honors — Basketball 2, 3, 4; Flicker Staff 4; Ser- vice Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic-class 1; Perfect Attendance 2, 3 ; Roosevelt Club 4 ; Roosevelt Contest 2, 3, Honorable Mention 4 : Chairman of Program Committee Roosevelt Club 4. “And yet, believe me, good as well as ill. Woman’s at best a contradictor still.” AUTOGRAPH NAME — CHARLES FOSBERRY Address — 8 Colonial Street Nickname — “Goose” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Doing big things on the q.t. Ambition — To be one of the “powers that be.” Honors — Prize Squad 4. “Still waters run deep.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— LAWRENCE FRAGA Address — 5 Taylor Court Nickname — “Lolly” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Horses Ambition — To keep Day from wunning an argument Honors — Band 1, 2, 3. “The surest way to get somewhere is to know where you are going.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— JOSEPH FRANCIS Address — 7 5 Friend Street Nicknkame— “Joe” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Restlessness Ambition — To get somewhere Honors — Football 3, 4. “He who keeps moving will always get some- where.” AUTOGRAPH

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00 THE SENIOR ELICKER NAME— CHESTER DENNEN Address — 78 Washington Street Nickname — “Chet” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Business ability Ambition — To make the U. S. a free country Honors — Orchestra 1; Band 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 4; Junior Champs Basket Ball 1929. “All who have meant good work with their whole hearts, have done good work.” AUTOCRAPH NAME — JOHN FREDERICK DOUCETTE Address — 2 Chestnut Street Nickname — “Bonnie” “Fred” Most Distinctive Characteristic — S. H. F. C. Ambition — To be as good a French teacher as Miss MacAllester Honors — Baseball 1 ; Roosevelt Club 4 ; Deutsche Verein 4. “The perfect man died yesterday, and another will not be born until tomorrow.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— GENEVIEVE DOUGLAS Address — 19 School Street Nickname — “Gen” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Height Ambition — Write perfect shorthand Honors — Basketball 1, 2; Rifle Team 2, 3; Ser- vice Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 4; Roosevelt Club 4. “Money can be repaid. Not kindness such as yours.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— EVA FELDMAN Address — 23 Maplewood Avenue Nickname — “Eve” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Good nature Ambition — None Honors — Deutsche Verein 2, 3. “She seemed as happy as a wave That dances on the sea.” AUTOGRAPH



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24 THE SENTOU FLICKER NAME— BRADLEY EDWIN FROST Address — 17 Traverse Street Nickname — “Brad” “Lemone” “Adbra” “Frosty” Most Distinctive Charteristic — Blushing Ambition — A certain Freshman Honors — Flicker Staff 4; Wakefield Competitive Drill 3; Winning Prize Squad 3; Class Play 1. 3; 1st Lieutenant Co. B; Roosevelt Club 4; Deutsche Verein 3 ; Football 4. “Few persons have courage enough to appear as they really are.” AUTOCxRAPH NAME— LEWIS ELLIOT FROST Address — 23 Hammond Street Nickname — “Tweet” Mast Distinctive Characteristic — Being quiet in my home room Ambition — To carry the honor flag in heaven. Honors — Perfect Attendance 2. 4; Roosevelt Club 4; Wakefield Drill 3; Prize Squad 3. “At all he laughs and laughs no doubt The only difference is, he dare laugh out.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— GENEVIEVE N. GIBBS Address — 3 Shepherd Street Nickname — “Gen” Most Distinctive Characteristic — Hair and “Wit” Ambition — To travel Honors — Basket ball 2. 4; Hockey 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1. “How poor a thing is man! Alas, ’tis true I’d half forgot it when I changed on you.” AUTOGRAPH NAME— SARAH ELLEN GLASS Address — 107 Mount Pleasant Avenue Most Distinctive Characteristic — Losing things Ambition — The Theatre Guild Honors — Beacon Staff 3, 4 ; Flicker Staff 4 ; Drama- tic-class 3, 4 : Roosevelt Club 4 ; Class Pro- phecy 4. “Fashioned so slenderly Young and so fair.” AUTOGRAPH

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