Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA)

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370 . oC C - f’ 4 i. ' m ‘ J V ■f; A V- THE SENIOR FLICKER 1 COMPLIMENTS PHOTOGRAPHER Compliments of POULOS — PHOTOGRAPHER PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION 80 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER We Extend Our HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS to all the GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1940 OF GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL MUltatn Proton Companp and i larfeet, 3nc. OPERATED BY ®l)e PSilliam . Proton Companp PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 3 FLICKEK STAFF 1940 Editor ' in ' Chief GORDON A. TYNE Assistant Editor CYNTHIA V. CROWE Class Roll Chairman, Constance Russell Doris Cliftord Barbara Vale Jean Kershaw Annette Milne Robert Bruni Janet Wilson Financial Manager, James Brown Assistant, Charlotte Woodbury Patricia Lufkin Melba McKay Class Ballot Chairman, Betty Finch Pauline Presson Club Photographs Phyllis Torrey Faculty Photographs Jean Francis Class History Chairman, Ann Hadley Jane Fallon Class Calendar Chairman, Dorothy Grant Art Weston Black Muriel Compton Milton Harris Phyllis Palmer Elinor Frederickson Snapshots Grinds Jean McLean Wesley Kay Advertising Manager Marjorie Adams Robert Bruni William Crowell Muriel Compton John DelTorchio Business Staff Office Manager Madelyn Davis Gloria DeSousa Margaret Green Sales Manager, Sylvia Advertising Assistant Elizabeth Wonson Phyllis Holmes Emma Hunson Mabel Newman Caryl Rook Typists Chairman, Constance Pike Margaret Curley Lillian Munroe Mable Rose Helen Grover Delores Natario Madelyn Rose Stella Kondelin Virginia Robbins Marilyn Souza Mary Melanson Dorothy St. Jean Class Officers President , Gordon A. Tyne Vice President Jean A. Francis Treasurer James D. Brown Secretary Melba B. McKay 4 THE SENIOR FLICKER FLICKER EDITORIAL STAFF Back Row, left to right — J. Brown, J, McLean, P. Palmer, A. Hadley, W, Black, Miss Marguerite Lovering, faculty supervisor; Bruni, B. Vale, E. Fredrickson, D. Grant, W. Kay. Second Row, left to right — P. Torrey, M. McKay, P. Presson, G. Tyne, C. Crowe, J. Wilson, P. Lufkin, J. Fallon. Front Row. ’eft to right — C. Woodbury, J. Kershaw, M, Comp on, C. Rusrell, J. Francis, D Clifford, A. Milne. FLICKER BUSINESS STAFF Back Row, left to right J. Brown, M. Melanson, M. Compton, L. Munroe, C. Rook, J, DelTcrrchio, Miss Dorothy Murphy, faculty aupervisor; R. Bruni, M. Green, H. Grover, D. St. Jean, V. Robbins, W. Crowell. Middle Row, left to right — E. Hunson, C. Pike. E, Wonson, M. Adams, M. Davis, S. Gordon, S. Kondelin, M. Newman, front Row, left to right — M. Rose, C. Woodbury, D, Natario, M. Curley, M. Rose, P. Holmes, G. DeSc usa. THE SEHIOR FLICKER 5 6 THE SEJilOR FLICKER Suffolk ®nibergitj All Departments Co educational 30 Scholarships available in the Colleges to 1940 High School Graduates Qualification by Competitive Examinations in English or History CULTURAL and PRE-PROFESSIONAL College of Liberal Arts Day, evening and part-time courses leading to A.B. degree — 120 semester hours. Pre-professional courses (60 s. h.) for Law, Journalism and Business Administration. Entrance requirement: 15 acceptable college entrance units. Advanced standing for acceptable college credits. PROFESSIONAL Law School 4-year day or evening course. Prepares for LL.B. degree. Mass. Bar examination and law practice. Entrance requirement: 60 s. h. of college credits, obtainable in the Pre-Legal Course of the College of Liberal Arts. College of Journalism Day or evening course, B.S. in J. degree. Includes 60 s. h. of Liberal Arts and instruction in all phases of Journalism. College of Business Administration Day or evening course, B. S. in B. A. degree. Includes 60 s. h. of Liberal Arts and specialized instruction in accounting, adver- tising, business management. Graduate School of Law 2-year evening course, LL.M. degree. Combined Faculties Represent Cultural and Professional Instruction of High Quality and Recognized Achievement DAY AND EVENING DUPLICATE SESSIONS SPECIAL SUMMER SCHOOL COURSES Moderate Tuition Placement Service Convenient Location Modem, Fire-proof Building Call, Write or Phone CAPitol 0555 for Catalog and Information About Scholarships SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR DERNE STREET ON BEACON HILL BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS Flicker Staff and Senior Officers 3 Flicker Editoria l Staff Photo 4 Flicker Business Staff Photo 5 Picture of Miss Annie P. Marr 8 Dedication 9 In Memoriam 1 0 Prologue 1 1 Faculty Group Photos 12 Class Roll 16 Class Ballot 59 Gleanings from the Class Ballot 60 Class Ballot Cartoon. 63 Snap Shots 64 Class History 67 Club Prologue 71 Club Photos 72 R. O. T. C. Section 82 Sports Cartoon 86 Calendar 87 Grinds 101 Autographs 132 Farewell 136 8 THE SENIOR FLICKER MISS ANNIE P. MARR THE SEHIOR FUCKER 9 elJication To Miss Annie P. Marr Whose conscientious work and unselfish efforts have won for her the respect of her students and all who know her, we, the Class of 1940, dedicate our FLICKER iO ■THE SENIOR FLICKER 3n ilemonam JOHN RUSS Born July 20, 1922 Died October 31, 1939 “2S[o snow is there nor yet great storm nor any rain, but always ocean sendeth forth a breeze from the West” ' - " Homer: Odyssey Book IV. THE SENIOR FLICKER 11 PROLOGUE Like the sun-dial, our Flicker may well adopt those carefree words — “We record only the sunny hours.” Friends and fun, gaiety and laughter, honors and social success will be reflected from these pages with increasing brilliance as the years go by. Time will dim the dis ' appointments and small tragedies of our school days until they finally disappear in the glow of pleasant memories. Our sunny hours are a brightly woven design of service to our school and the satisfaction of a task well done. Included here are activities now an important part of our lives; but as our interests and environment change these events will fade. So for ourselves and our friends who have displayed always a kind and generous interest in us, we record the outstanding events of our four years in high school. 12 THE SENIOR ELICKER First Row: Alice R. Bailey, E. Kathleen Brophy, Helen C. Brotherton, G. Allyn Browne, Esther E. Burnham. Second Row: Agnes M. Carroll, Martha A. Carroll, Beatrice H. Christopherson, George H. Colman. Third Row: Marjorie S. Crawley, Howard A. Curtis, Mary E. Ford. Fourth Row: Benjamin H. Frazier, Aarne A. Frigard. Fifth Row: Mildred E. Frostholm. FACULTY THE SENIOR FLICKER 13 First Row: Lucille S. Gaffney, Marjorie H. Gale, Harold B. Geary, Antonio Gentile, William F, Greely. Second Row: Rosalynde Hammons, Daniel F. Harris, Jr., Hortense L. Harris, Vernon C. Hooper. Third Row: h Iildred D. Ingalls, Clifford G. Kershaw, Roy H. Lane. Fourth Row: Marguerite Lovering, Doris Lunderville. Fifth Row: Lillian A. McAllester. FACULTY 14 THE SENIOR FLICKER First Row: Grace E. McGinley, Frances FI McGrew, Lillian E. Mears, Eleanor F. Moore, Dorothy M. Murphy. Second Row: M. Evelyn Oliver, Romaine E. Olson, Winslow S. Parkhurst, Josephine P. Ray, Henry Rosen. Third Row: Norman C. Ross, Edna J. Rundquist, Anna P. Savage. Fourth Row: Arthur N. Smith, Mary H. Smith. FACULTY THE SEHIOR ELICKER 15 First Row: Mazie E. Smith, Mabel Spofford, Donald Steele, Gladys B. Tarr, J. Stanley Thompson. Second Row: Charles S. Tischoff, Charles W. Tucker, Earle F. Wilder, Carrie I. Woodbury, Marion F. Woodruff. NEW HIGH SCHOOL GORDON A. TYNE Flicker Editor ' iu ' Chief President CLASS JEAN A. FRANCIS Vice President MELBA B. McKAY Secretary JAMES D. BROWN Treasurer CYNTHIA V. CROWE Flicker Assistant Editor ROLL 1940 Name — CYNTHIA CROWE Characteristic Interest — Drama Address — 12 Foster Street Ambition — Not to be a grasshopper Course — College Preparatory Honors — Flicker Staff; National Honor Society 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2,4; Field Hockey 1,2; Flash Staff 1,2,3; Beacon Staff, sophomore editor, junior editor, senior editor; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Mikado; Pinafore; Girls Club, treasurer 4; Glee Club 2,3, assistant secretary 4; Service Club 1,2,3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2,3; Latin Club 1,2,3, 4; Latin Book Prize 3; Stevens Book Reviewers, librarian 3, president 4; English Office Library, assistant 1,2, head librarian 3,4; Honorary Member of the Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association 4; Perfect Attendance!, 2; Handbook Committee; Class History 1; Highest Honors 1,2, 3, 4 Autograph Name — JEAN FRANCIS Characteristic Interest — Speaking contests Address — 12 Allen Street Ambition — To find time to do everything Course — College Preparatory Honors — Flicker Staff; Class Vice President 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2; Forensic League District Winner; Latin Book Prize 3; Basketball Award 3; Hitpin Avmrd 4; Flash Staff 3; Sunny Skies; Pin ' afore; Girls’ Club Cabinet 2,3, secretary 4; Girls’ Glee Club librarian 2, secretary 3,4; Roosevelt Club, executive committee; Service Club; Dramatics Club 3,4, secretary 3; French Club 2,3, executive committee 4; Latin Club 2; Stevens Book Reviewers, seC ' retary 3,4; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Honors 1,2, 3,4; Valedictorian; School Spelling Champion 4. Autograph Name — GORDON A. TYNE Characteristic Interest — Bruni and his deli ' Address — 4 Springfield Street cious, delectable, tempting spaghetti dinners Course — General Ambition — Annapolis Honors — Class President 3,4; Flicker Staff; Major 4; Honor Society, vice president 3, president 4; Prize Squad 2, commander 3; Prize Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Has ' kell Medal Drill 3; Baseball, assistant manager 3, manager 4; Track 2,3; Sawyer Medal 2; Flash Staff 3; Biology Club, secretary ' treasurer 2; Service Club 4; Roose ' velt Club; Radio Drama 4; Handbook Co mmittee 3; Honorary Member Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Association 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Honors 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . Autograph Name — JAMES DEAN BROWN Ambition — To straighten the Tower of Pisa Address — 12 Marble Street Characteristic Interest — Musicofanatle Course — College Preparatory Honors — Flicker Staff; Class Treasurer 3,4; Sergeant ' Band; Latin Book Prize 2; Har ' vard Book Prize 3; Flash Staff 2,3,4; Beacon Staff 2,3, sophomore editor; Band 2.3.4; Orchestra 4; Biology Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club; Latin Club 1,2, vice president 3, president 4; Art Club 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association: Perfect Attendance 1,2; Honors 1,2, 3, 4; Salutatorian graduation speaker; Staff Sergeant 4. Autograph Name — MELBA B. McKAY Characteristic Interest — T. G. Address — 11 Marshfield Street Ambition — To be tops with the “racquet” Course — College Preparatory Honors— Flicker Staff; Class Secretary 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2,3, 4; Soccer 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2, 3, 4; Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Association: Flash Staff 1,2, 3, 4; Beacon Staff 1,2, 3, 4; Mikado; Pinafore; Sunny Skies; Girls’ Club Cab ' inet 1,2, vice president 3, president 4; Glee Club, treasurer 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, French Club 2,3,4; I.atin Club 1,2,4, secretary 3; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph ]8 THE SENIOR ELICKER Name— MARJORIE ELIZABETH ADAMS Address — 3 Homans Court Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Chasing around school with Emma Ambition — To have as much fun as I am having now Honors — Flicker Staff, advertising manager; lOO ' Word Shorthand Award; Sunny Skies; Roosevelt Club; French Club 1,2; Secretary 4; Honors 1,2, 3, 4, Autograph Name— AMY ALBERTSON Address- — 6 Sylvan Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Witches Road Ambition — To be a hairdresser Honors — 4 ' H Club 3; Art Club 4. Autograph Name— ELSIE ' MAE ALDRIDGE xA.ddress — 20 Concord Street, West Gloucester Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Drawing Ambition — To be what someone else isn’t Honors — Beacon Art Staff 4. Autograph Name— DONALD AMERO Address — 32 Bass Avenue Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Rifles Ambition — To make Camp Perry Rifle Team Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Haskell Drill 3; Individual Drill 4; Battery A Rifle Medal; 3rd place Hearst Team Medal; 1st place Corps Area Team Medal; Individual Drill 1st place Medal; Rifle Team Letter 2,3; Service Club 1,2; French Club 2. Autograph Name— GRACE L. AMERO Address- — 38 East Main Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Bridgton Academy P. M.! Ambition — To grow as tall as that certain someone Honors — Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Hitpin Baseball 1; Field Hockey; Flash Staff 3; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 1,2,3, Secretary 2; Assistant Secretary 3; Secretary 4; Cheerleader 3,4. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 19 Name— WALTON T. AYER Address — 12 Middle Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Radio Ambition — To become Dictator Honors — Sergeant 4; Pri 2 ;e Squad 2,3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Haskell Drill 2; Individual Drill 4; Track. 2; Pinafore; Biology Club 2; Glee Club 2, secretary 4; German Glee Club 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— RALPH BARNARD Address — 20 Harold Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Floriculture Ambition — To become a florist Honors — Mikado; Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association; Honors 1,2, 3,4; Corporal. Autograph Name— WESTON BLACK Address — 17 Madison Avenue Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Art Ambition — To be a successful architect in New York City Honors — Flicker Staff; Captain 4; Priz,e Squad 2; Exhibition Platoon 3; Haskell Drill 3; Individual Drill 2,3; Track 1; Individual Drill Medal 3; Honorable Mention in the 1939 American Youth Forum Art Contest; Biology Club 2; Service Club 1,2,3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 3,4; Art Club 2,3,4; Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scien ' tific. Literary, and Historical Association 3,4; Perfect Attend ' ance 1; Honors 1,2, 3, 4; Nati onal Honor Society 4. Autograph Name— MARY BLAIR Address — -7 Burnham Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest— Sports Ambition — To succeed in whatever I attempt Honors — Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 1,2; Hitpin Baseball Award; German Club 3; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— DANA BLATCHFORD Address — 9 Summit Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hunting Ambition- — To get a job Honors — Corporal 4, Autograph 20 THE SEXIOR FLICKER Name— FRANK BORGE Address — 39 Webster Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Helping Mr. Thompson Ambition — To become one of the Blue Devils of Dickie Honors — Prize Squad 2,3; Football, assistant manager 1,2,3, manager 4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Service Club 4. Autograph Name— ARTHUR BROWN Address — 7 Vale Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — To have “Balalaika” in Newburyport Ambition — To travel from coast to coast in a Packard Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— LEROY BROWN Address — 7 Vale Court Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Sports, Fishing Ambition — To make the most of my efforts successful Honors — Biology Club 2; Service Club; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— JOHN BRUCE Address — 40 Middle Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — To be an enginet Ambition — To attend a Diesel School Autograph Name— ROBERT BRUNI Address — 5 Acacia Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — “Asleep in the deep” Ambition — To overthrow Mussolini and set up Bruni-ism in Italy, and make Tynie Prime Minister. Honors — Flicker Staff; Captain of Band 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Has ' kell Medal Drill 3; Band Prize Squad 3; Sawyer Medal 3; Twelfth Night 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4; Service Club 1,2,3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club 4; Chairman of Class Banquet Committee; Honors 1,2, 3,4, National Honor Society 4. Autograph THE SEJilOR FLICKER 21 Name— ETHEL BUDROW Address — 14 Summit Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be as smart as Francis Honors — Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Field Hockey 1,2; Basketball Award 2; Hitpin Base ' ball Award 1,3,4; Pinafore; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Glee Club 2,3,4; A. A. Council, sophomore representative; Roose- velt Club. Autograph Name— WILLIAM BURKE Address — 40 Water Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Baseball Ambition — To fly in the U. S. Navy Honors — Sergeant 4; Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph Name— CAROLINE BUTLER Address— 93 Magnolia Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Walking Ambition — To make good in the profession I have chosen Honors — Spanish Club, executive board 4; Service Club 1,4; Roosevelt Club, Secretary 4. Autograph Name— DORIS ELAINE CLIFFORD Address— 16 Maplewood Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Swimming Ambition — To find my place in the world Honors — Flicker Staff; Baseball 3; Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Base- ball 1,2; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1; Honors 1, 2,3,4. Autograph Name— WARREN COLE Address — 311 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — National Guard Ambition — To live a Military Life Honors — Track 2,3,4. Autograph 22 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— MURIEL COMPTON Address — 7 Williams Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Being late for Glee Club because of Ethel? Ambition — To be able to do at least one thing well Honors — Flicker Staff; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Flash Staff 2; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Mikado; Pinafore; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club, secretary; French Club 4; Cheer Leader 3,4; Chairman Mother Daughter Banquet; Honors 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Autograph Name— WILLIAM CROWELL Address — 9 South Kilby Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — The Trumpet Ambition — To play the trumpet inside out Honors — Flicker Staff; Sergeant 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— ROGER L. CROWLEY Address — 12 Chapel Str eet Course- — General Characteristic Interest — Sleeping Honors — New England Championship Team 2; High Man in New England Match; Hearst Team 1,2,3; Winning Team 2; Corps Area Team 1,2,3; Hearst Medals 1,2; Corps Area Medal 2; National Guard Medal 2; Rifle Team 1,2,3. Autograph Name— SARAH MARGARET CURLEY Address — 16 Millet Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Dancing Ambition — To excel in all stenographic work Honors — Flicker Staff; Baseball 3; Basketball 4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Flash Staff 4; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Hitpin Baseball Award 4; Bank, secretary 4; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Assistant Secretary 3; Secre tary 4. Autograph Name— JOHN JOSEPH DAVIS Address- — 13 Williams Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To have Trojan A. C. attend 1940 World’s Fair. Honors — Baseball 2,3; Service Club 1; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph THE SEXIOR FLICKER 23 Name— MADELYN FRANCES DAVIS Address — 6 Curtis Square Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Mathematics Ambition — To be a Math or French Teacher Flonors — Flicker Staff, office manager; Basetball 1,2; Sawyer Medal 2; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Biology Club 4; Service Club 2,3,4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— DOROTHY DAY Address — 10 Orchard Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — Hairdresser Honors — Basketball 2; Sunny Skies; Service Club 3; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— WILLIAM DEAN Address — 3 5A Mt. Pleasant Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Aviation Ambition — Quien Sabe Honors — Rifle Team; Battery A Medal; Hearst Medal. Autograph Name— JOHN DEL TORCHIO Address- — 56 Centennial A venue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Senior Girls Honors — Flicker Staff; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Football 3,4; Basket- ball, manager 4; Flash Staff; Pinafore; Biology Club 2; Glee Club 3,4; A. A. Council 3,4; German Glee Club; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— RICHARD DENCH Address — 49 Mt. Vernon Street Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Bashf ulness Ambition — To be a school teacher Flonors — Prize Squad 3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Rifle Team 3, Sergeant Gardner Medal 3; Service Club 4; French Club 1,2; Perfect Attendance 2; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph 24 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— GLORIA DeSOUSA Address — 3 3 Perkins Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Dancing Ambition — To become a professional dancer and to teach danc ' ing Honors — Flicker Staff; Winner Interclass Typewriting Speed and Accuracy Contests 3; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Bank, clerk 2, assistant cashier 3, president 4; Glee Club 3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Art Club; Assistant Secretary 3; Secretary 4; 50 ' word Typing Award 4. Autograph Name— CHARLES THOMAS DOUCETTE Address — 7 Puritan Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Procter Street Ambition — To join the Navy Honors — Staff Sergeant Color Bearer; German Club, treasurer; German Glee Club; Football 1; Baseball 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Track 1,2,3. Autograph Name— MARY LOIS ELWELL Address — 60 Concord Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Reading and Sports Ambition — To be a nurse Honors — Service Club 1,2,4; Roosevelt Club. Autograph Name— E. JANE FALLON Address — 24 Riggs Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To further my ambition to be a stylist and to get a pair of shoes to stop me from tripping Honors — Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 1,2, 3, 4; Beacon Staff 2,3, editor 2; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Biology Club 2: Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Class History 1. Autograph Name— JOSEPH S. FAVAZZA Address — 49 Centennial Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Football Ambition — To coach football Honors — Sergeant 4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,4; Track 4, Roosevelt Club; German Club; A. A. Council, senior represen- tative. Autograph THE SETilOR FLICKER 25 Name— PAUL FENDLE Address — 11 Spring Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Swimming Ambition — To enlist in the U. S. Marine Corps Flonors — Typevv riting I Award; Typewriting II Award. Autograph Name— MARY FERNANDES Address — 21 Taylor Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Corresponding Ambition — To travel Honors — Flicker Staff; Spanish Club 2, secretary 3, president 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 4; German Glee Club. Autograph Name— BETTY ANNE FINCH Address — 66 Eastern Avenue Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Interest in Qui 2 ; Programs Ambition — To attain the wit and intellect of Mr. Kieran of “Information Please.” Honors — Flicker Staff; Basketball 1,2; Winning Hitpin Baseball Team; Flash Staff 1,2,3; Beacon Staff 2, literary board 3,4; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Mikado; Pinafore; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club 3, vice president 4; French Club 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Toast Mistress Mother Daughter Banquet 4. Autograph Name— ANGELINA FRANCIS Address — 42 Mount Pleasant Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hair Ambition — To be a hair dresser Honors — Basketball 1; 4 ' H Club 2,3; Art Club 2,4; Perfect Attendance 1; Home Economics Book Award. Autograph Name— ARLINE FRANCIS Address — 42 Mount Pleasant Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — -To be a great artist Honors — Forward Pass; 4 ' H Club 2,3. Autograph SAWYER FREE LLUARY riT r»TTr ' P«TPI " MrACC 26 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— ELINOR AUGUSTA FREDRICKSON Address — 136 Eastern Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest- — Music of any kind and that tall good looking blonde senior Ambition — To become as fine a woman as my mother Honors — Basketball, captain 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Mikado; National Honor Society 3,4; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Girls’ Club Orchestra 1; Glee Club 1,2,3, chairman of entertainment committee 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roose ' velt Club; Latin Club 1,2; Honorary Member Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Association 3,4; Assistant Secretary 3; Secretary 4; Representative at Music Conference at Boston 3; SO ' Word Typing Award 4; Highest Honors 1, 2,3,4; 100 Word Short Hand Award. Autograph Name— HORACE FRIEND Address — 8 Laurel Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Football Ambition — To be an electrical engineer Honors — Biology Club 2; Corporal 4. Autograph Name— SHIRLEY MAY FRIEND Address- — 8 Laurel Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Brown Ambition — To beat Sarah bowling Honors — Basketball 1,4; Hitpin Baseball 1,4; Field Hockey 1; Bowling 2; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Biology Club 2; Ser vice Club ' 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Art Club 1. Autograph Name— SALVATORE FRONTIERRO Address — 85 Commercial Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To join Coast Guard Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— MARJORIE FROST Address — 10 Springfield Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Dancing Ambition — To be able to type like G. N. Honors — Service Club 2,3,4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph THE SEHIOR FLICKER 27 Name— MARY G. GASPER Address — 35 Mount Vernon Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Betty M. Ambition — Don’t you know? Honors — Spanish Club 1,2; German Club 4. Autograph Name— JAMES P. GEORGE Address — 178 Washington Street Course — Scientific Characteristic Interest — Rifle Team Ambition — To become an officer in the U. S. Army Honors — Lt. Colonel 4; Priz,e Squad 2,3; Winning Pri 2 ,e Squad 2; Comm-ander 2nd Place Squad 3; Rifle Team 2,3,4; Exhibi ' tion Platoon 2,3; Haskell Medal Drill 2,3; Individual Drill 2,3, winner 3; captain of Rifle Team 4; Corps Area Rifle Match 2,3; Hearst Rifle Match 1st team 3; Perfect Atten ' dance 2. Autograph Name— RALPH W. GIBBS Address — 209 Magnolia Avenue Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Ask Roy Guittar Ambition — To be a success in life Honors — Major of 1st battalion; Commander of Pri 2 ,e Squad 3; Individual Drill 3; Junior Haskell Medal 3; Prize Platoon 2,3; Commander 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 2,3,4, Autograph Name— GERTRUDE GOODWIN Address — 8 Chestnut Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — East Gloucester Ambition — To find a way to lose weight overnight Honors — Softball 1,2, 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2, 3,4; Hitpin Award 1,3,4; Softball Award 1; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club, Secretary 4. Autograph Name— SYLVIA GORDON Address — 10 Staten Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — L. L. Ambition — To succeed in whatever I do Honors — Beacon Staff, sales manager 4; Pinafore;_ Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roose velt Club; Secretary 4. Autograph 28 THE SEHIOR FLICKER Name— DOROTHY LEE GRANT Address — 202 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Dogs, red clothes and L. R. Ambition — To make a vocation out of my interests Honors — Flicker Staff; Chairman of Class Ring Committee 3; Pinafore; Girls’ Club Cabinet 3,4; Biology Club, president 2; Glee Club 3, assistant librarian 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor Society, treasurer 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Highest Honors 1,2, 3, 4, Autograph Name— MARGARET CATHERINE GREEN Address — 21 Warner Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Tilton Academy — M. A. Ambition — To do what I want to do, when I want to do it, with no questions asked Honors — Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff, Chairman of typists 4; For ' ward Pass; Sunny Skie ; German Club 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Athletic Association, vice president 4; German Glee Club, sec ' retary 4. Autograph Name— HELEN MURIEL GROVER Address — 6 Exchange Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Pigeon Cove Ambition — To become a successful secretary Honors- — Flicker Staff; Basketball 2; Flash Staff; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— ROY GUITTARR Address — 22 Sayward Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Ask Ralph Gibbs Ambition — To be a success Flonors — Priz,e Squad 2,3; Haskell Drill 3; Track 1,2; German Club 2,3,4; Perfect Attendance 1,2; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— ANNE WHITTIE HADLEY Address — 19 Derby Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — The human mind Ambition — To be an humanitarian without becoming inhuman Honors — Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 3, editor-in ' chief 4; Beacon Staff, editor ' in ' chief 2, literary staff 3,4; Philharmonic Society; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; German Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Program and registration committee at The Eastern Massa ' chusetts Scholastic Press Conference 4; Hitpin Baseball 1. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 29 Name— CLARENCE HAMILTON Address — 458 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Electricity Ambition — To be an aviator in the Navy Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— SHERMAN HARRIMAN Address — 16 Addison Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Aerodynamics Ambition — To get Ensign Stripes from Pensacola Honors — Sergeant 4; Rifle Team 3,4; Individual Drill 2,4; Prize Squad 2; Corps Area Medal; Hearst Medal; Battery A Rifle Team Medal; Mikado; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 4; Perfect Atten- dance 3; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— MILTON A. HARRIS Address — 10 Elizabeth Road Course— General Characteristic Interest — Art Ambition — To be the best art teacher in the world Flonors — 1st Sergeant 4; Prize Drill 3; Individual Drill 4; Glee Club 3; Service Club 1,3,4; Art Club, treasurer 2, vice presi- dent 3, president 4; Perfect Attendance 1,3; Flicker Staff. Autograph Name— CARLTON S. HASELGARD Address — 3 Babson Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To succeed in whatever I do Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— THEORA A. HASELGARD Address — 87 Wheeler Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Horses Ambition — To be successful in whatever I attempt. Honors — Hitpin Baseball 2,4; Girls’ Club Orchestra 1,2,3; Roosevelt Club; Glee Club 4; French Club, vice president 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Art Club 4; Chairman of Senior Tea Com- mittee. Autograph 30 THE SEKIOR FLICKER Name— HELENE HILSHEY Address — 49 Perkins Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Typing Ambition — To always do my best Honors — Roosevelt Club. Autograph C Name— RICHARD HINCKLEY Address — 10 Caledonia Place Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To get a line like Puglisi ' s Honors — Football 3,4; Corporal 4. Autograph Name— DAVID L. HOLLAND Address — 9 Adams Place Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be graduated from an Engineering College Honors — Basketball, assistant business manager 3, manager 4; Track 2,3,4; French Club 1,2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— PHYLLIS G. HOLMES Address — 3 Hammond Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — -Rainbow’ Ambition — To overcome blushing! 1 Honors — Flicker Staff; Pinafore; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Get ' man Club 1,2, 3, 4; Assistant Secretary 3; Secretary 4; German Book Prize. Autograph Name— MURIEL M.- E HOWELL Address — 7 Morgan Avenue Course — Home Economics Characteristic Interest — -The study of Anthology Ambiti on- — To be a photographic color artist Honors — Pinafore; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 2,3, 4 ' H Club 2; Mother ' Daughter Banquet, place card design. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 31 Name— WILLIAM C. HOYSRADT Address — 154 Magnolia Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sailing Ambition— To be graduated from the Mass. Training Ship Nantucket Honors — Exhibition Platoon 3; Football 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 2 . Autograph Name— EMMA A. HUNSON Address — 225 Essex Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Brown Ambition — To be a private secretary to a historian Honors— Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff; Pinafore; Glee Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club. Autograph Name— LESTER IRVING Address — 27 Harrison Avenue Course — Manual Arts Characteristic Interest — ’39 Buicks Ambition — To get a driver’s license Honors — Sergeant 4; Individual Drill 4; Exhibition Platoon 3; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— ROBERT C. IRVING Address — 25 Lookout Street Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Band Ambition — To become a better baton twirler Honors — 1st Lieutenant 4; Band 2,3,4; Drum Major 3,4; Orches ' tra 2,3,4; Biology Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Latin Club 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— HAROLD JOHNSON Address — 64 Granite Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Pascucci’s Store Honors — Sergeant 4; Priz,e Squad 3; Individual Drill 4; Pina ' fore; Glee Club 3,4; Secretary 4; Athletic Council, freshman representative. Autograph 32 THE SEHIOR FLICKER Name— ELAINE M. JOYCE Address — 37 Derby Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Talking Ambition — To become an outstanding designer Honors — Basketball 1,2; 4 ' H Essex County Food Contest Win ' ner; Sunny Skies; German Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; 4 ' H Club 2, treasurer 3; Assistant Secretary 4; German Glee Club 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— ROBERT E. KARCHER, Jr. Address — -149 Maplewood Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Chemistry and ? Ambition — To be a chemist Honors — Glee Club 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2; Corporal 4. Autograph Name— WESLEY K. KAY Address — 12 Gerring Road Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — -Vocational Guidance Ambition — To be a success in the teaching profession Honors — Flicker Staff; 1st Sergeant 4; Winning Platoon 3; Exhibition Platoon 4; Biology Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— EDWIN KENNESON Address — 294 Main Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Amateur Radio Ambition — To own an amateur station Honors — Sergeant 4; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Individual Drill 3; Track 3; Biology Club 2; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— HELEN ' JEAN KERSHAW Address — 1 Essex Avenue Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Journalism Ambition — To be a good writer Honors — Flicker Staff; Basketball 4; Hitpin Baseball 4; Glee Club 4; Latin Club 4. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 33 Name— IVY STELLA KIPPEN Address — 12 Plum Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Horses Ambition — To own a horse stable Honors — Baseball 1,2, winning team 1; Basketball 1,2, captain 1; Hitpin Baseball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Service Club 1,2; Art Club, planning board 3; Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph Name— STELLA KONDELIN Address — 47 Langsford Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Increasing my shorthand speed Ambition — To secure an office position and prove successful Honors — Flicker Staff; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Assistant Secretary 3; Secretary 4; Flash Staff 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2. Autograph Name— EDWARD H. LARKIN Address — 16 Liberty Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Fi-na-st Ambition — To go to California with Porper and Pratt Autograph Name— GERALDINE F. LASHER Address — 4 Centennial Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Being the nuisance of the “Souz;a” Club Ambition — To beat my friend Medico in “Hearts” Honors — Soccer 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2; Field Hockey 1,2; Biology Club 2; Secretary 4; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Flash Staff. Autograph Name— DOROTHY LAVIGNE Address — 23 Eastern Avenue Course — Home Economics Characteristic Interest- — All sports Ambition — To be a successful hairdresser Autograph V 34 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— JAMES LAW ' SON Address — 11 Harvard Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be an officer in the R. O. T. C. Honors — Football 1,3A; Baseball 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; German Glee Club; Perfect Attendance 2; Staff Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— RALPH CARLETON LEVIE Address- — 74 Grove Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — To learn to skate like Martin Murray Ambition — To obtain a permanent Civil Service job Honors — 1st Lieutenant 4; Prize Squad 2; Haskell Medal Drill 2,3; 3rd place in Individual Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Biology Club 2; Roosevelt Club, treasurer 4; Secretary 4; Service Club 4. Autogra ph Name— GASPER ]. LEWIS, Jr. Address— 3 55 Main Street Course — Scientific Preparatory Characteristic Interest — R. O. T. C., Swimming and Friday nights Ambition — To swim to Boston Light Honors — Captain 4; National Honor Society 4; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Prize Squad 2; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Roosevelt Club; French Club 1,2,3; Perfect Attendance 2,3; Honors 1, 2,3,4. Autograph Name— THEODORE LINSKY Address — 34 Sargent Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To become an aviator’s mechanic Autograph Name— E. EVERETT LOWE Address — 135 Magnolia Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hunting Ambition — To get in the Forestry Service Honors — Corporal 4; Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 35 Name— GORDON LOWE Address — 437 Washington Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Sign Painting Ambition — To be a professional letterer Honors — Staff Sergeant 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club 4. Autograph Name— PATRICIA LUFKIN Address — 8 Stanley Court Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To be a Prima Donna with a Capital “P” Honors — Flicker Staff; Basketball 2,3; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,4; French Club 4; Latin Club 1,4; Art Club 3; Honors 1,2, 3,4; National Honor So ' ciety 4. Autograph Name— LAWRENCE MCCARTHY Address — 207 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Read about it and then do it or see it? Ambition — To be able to part my hair Honors — Sergeant; Football 1,2; Cheerleader 3,4. Autograph Name— ALICE MABEL McCOLLUM Address — 46 Mt. Vernon Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Singing Ambition — To be a successful business woman Honors — Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Glee Club 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— PRISCILLA MacDONALD Address — 14 Cleveland Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Writing poems Ambition — To be a successful author Honors — German Club 4. Autograph 36 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— WALTER McFARLAND Address — 108 Maplewood Avenue Course — General Ambition — To get a good shave Honors — Staff Sergeant; A. A. Council, junior representative, president 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Track 2,3. x utograph Name— ESTHER LILLIAN McISAAC Address — 19 Shepherd Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Dancing Ambition — To become a professional ballroom dancer Flonors — Sunny Skies; Service Club 2,3; Roosevelt Club; 4 ' H Club 2. Autograph Name— CALVIN McKOWN Address — 20 Trask Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Brunettes Honors — S. P. C. A. Art Medal 1. Autograph Name— JEAN McLEAN Address — 7 Beauport Avenue Course — College Characteristic Interest — Reading Ambition — To see the world Honors — Flicker Staff; History Award 3; Pinafore; Sunny Skies, Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2; Latin Club 1,2, 3,4; Honors 1,2, 3,4. Autograph Name— KATHLEEN McLEAN Address — 7 Maple Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Car riding Ambition — -To be a nurse Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 37 Name— ROBERT S. McNAIR Address — 68 Centennial Avenue Course — Scientific Preparatory Characteristic Interest- — Sports Ambition — To be as good as Walter Williams Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Biology Club 2; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 3,4; German Club 1,2, 3, 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roose ' velt Club. Autograph Name— RUTH E. MADDIX Address — 66 Grove Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Traveling Ambition — To find one Honors — Service Club 3. Autograph Name— ROBERT MADRUGA Address — 139 Prospect Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Baseball Ambition — To throw a baseball straight Honors — Sergeant 4; Football 1,4; Baseball 1,2,3, captain 4. Autograph Name— ANNA ELIZABETH MAKI Address — 68 Blynman Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Pen Pals Ambition — To be successful in all I attempt Honors — Service Club 1,2; Roosevelt Club; Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph Name— ELIZAB ETH MARSHALL Address — 127 Concord Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Having a good time Ambition — To be a successful business woman Honors — Basketball 1; Flash Staff 4; Forward Pass; Spanish Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2; Honors 1,2,3,4. Autograph 38 THE SEKIOR FLICKER Name— JACK MARSHALL Address- — 119 Concord Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Current Events Ambition — To earn a living Honors — Spanish Club 2,3- Autograph Name— MARGUERITE MARSHALL Address — 447 Essex Avenue Course — Home Economics Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be a good nurse Honors — 4 ' H Club; Art Club 2,3- Autograph Name— RALPH MARSHALL Address — 128 Concord Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Landscape Gardening Ambition — To be a good goalie in hockey Honors — Baseball 4. Autograph Name— REINO MARTIN Address — 59 Revere Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — New ideas Ambition — To be an inventor Honors — Perfect Attendance 2; Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— ELEANOR MATTSON Address — 4 Harold Court Course— General Characteristic Interest — “Duggie” Ambition — To do what I please without complaint Honors — Beacon Staff; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 39 Name— RUSSELL MEDICO Address — 56 Friend Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Honors — Corporal 4; Football 3,4; Track. Autograph Name— MARY MELANSON Address — 9 Clear view Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Ma 2 ;ie (the car) Ambition — To drive as fast as I want, wherever I want, with no questions asked Honors — Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 4; Service Club 2,3,4; Secre ' tary 4. Autograph Name— RICHARD CHARLES MELANSON Address — 10 Eastern Avenue Course— College Characteristic Interest — Nash cars Ambition — To be a college graduate Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Biology Club 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2. Autograph Name— ESTHER MENKEN Address — 63 Parker Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Collecting photographs Ambition — To be a nurse Honors — Baseball 1; Hitpin Baseball 2; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club 2. Autograph Name— MARY PHYLLIS MEUSE Address — 14 Mansfield Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — O. L.; to fill my ambition Ambition — To successfully own and operate a beauty salon Honors — Flash Staff 4; Beacon Staff 1; Service Club 3,4; Roose ' velt Club; Art Club 3,4; Secretary 4. Autograph 40 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— WATSON MIDDLETON Address — 20 Orchard Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Cherchez, la Femme Ambition — To live long enough to see “Gone With The Wind” at a local theater Honors — Football 3,4; Track 4; German Glee Club 4. Autograph Name— ANNETTE MILNE Address — 1 Holly Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — My scrap books Ambition — To marry that certain one or become a school raarra Honors — Flicker Staff; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Art Club 3,4. Autograph Name— THELMA PRUDENCE MITCHELL Address — 48 Perkins Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest- — Collecting photos of movie actors a nd actresses Ambition — To succeed in all I do Honors — Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Sec ' retary; Perfect Attendance 1,3; lOO ' Word Shorthand Award. Autograph Name— JOHN SAMUEL MOULTON Address — 2 Perkins Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hunting with Dana Ambition- — -To get a job Honors — Sergeant 4; Baseball 3,4; Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph Name— HAROLD MUNIZ Address — 14 Green Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — To be treasurer of the Souza Club Ambition — To travel Honors — Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 2,3, captain 4. Autograph THE SETilOR FLICKER 41 Name— LILLIAN MAY MUNROE Address — 17 Harrison Avenue Course— Commercial Characteristic Interest- — Music Ambition — -To be a private secretary to a professor of science or music Honors — Flicker Staff; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Biology Club 2; Service Club Roosevelt Club; French Club 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2, Autograph Name— DOLORES ARLINE NATARIO Address — 18 Elwell Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — “That certain someone” Ambition — To succeed in what I undertake Honors — Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Servict Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— THEODORE NATTI Address — 1142 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — North Woods Ambition — To become mayor of Lanesville Honors — Band 2,3,4. Autograph Name— BENJAMIN SMITH NAUSS Address — 215 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — R. O. T. C. Ambition — To be an officer in the U. S. Army Honors — Colonel 4; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Winning Prize Squad 2; Sergeant Gardner Medal 3; Individual Drill 3; Squad Drill 2; Commander of Prize Squad 3; Haskell Drill 2, 3; Football, assistant manager 3, manager 4; Flash Staff 2,3; Mikado; Pinafore, stage crew 3; Band 1; Dramatics Club, stage man ' ager 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2. Autograph Name— FRANKLIN NELSON Address — 17 Chapel Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Summertime Ambition — To secure a driving license Honors — Sergeant 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Service Club 1,2. Autograph 42 THE SEHIOR FLICKER Name— PHYLLIS D. NELSON Address — 88 Centennial Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest- — To travel Ambition — To out ' talk Jean S. Honors — Flash Staff, chairman of typists 4; Sunny Skies; Roose ' velt Club; National Honor Society 4; Secretary 4; Honors 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . Autograph Name— MABEL ELIZABETH NEWMAN Address — 99 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest— Driving Ambition — To be successful in whatever I attempt Honors — Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 4; Sawyer Medal 1; Service Club 2,3,4; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club 2,3,4; Assistant Sec ' retary 3; Secretary 4; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— GEORGE B. NICHOLS Address — 97 Western Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sea Scouts Ambition — To be Chief Warrant Machinist in U. S. Navy Honors — Sergeant 4; Individual Drill 2,3,4; Haskell Drill 2,3,4; Exhibition Platoon 2,3,4; Prize Squad 2,3,4; Rifle Team 3; Football 2,3; Glee Club 4; German Club 2; Perfect Atteu ' dance 1. Autograph Name— TAIMI H. NIEMI Address — 21 Brierwood Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — To travel and then come back to Bay View and tell all about it Ambition — To be an actress’s private secretary Honors — Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2; 50 ' word Typewrit- ing Award; Home Economics Award 1; Flash Staff 4; Roose- velt Club; Dramatics Club 4; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— ESTELLE MARJORIE OLIVER Address — 38 Allen Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — My height Ambition — To be a dancing teacher and grow taller Honors — Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Field Hockey 1; Hitpin Award; Beacon Staff; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Orchestra 1,2,3; Girls’ Club Orchestra 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secre- tary 4. Autograph THE SEHIOR FLICKER 43 Name— JOSEPH ORANGE Address — 16 Taylor Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Gunning Ambition — To get more ducks than Natti Honors— Captain 4; Priz,e Squad 3; Prize Platoon, corporal 3: Mikado; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— RUTH PHYLLIS PALMER Address — 18 Hampden Street Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Collecting popular records Ambition — To be a nurse in Boston Childrens’ Hospital Honors — Flicker Staff; Sawyer Medal 2; Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Biology Club 4; French Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— MARION PARSONS Address — 701 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Riverdale Ambition — To be a secretary Honors — Sunny Skies; Biology Club 4; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— FRANK PASCUCCI Address — 25 Main Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — To be isolated from girls Ambition — Always to go ahead, little by little Honors — Captain 4; Prize Squad 3; 1st Corporal Medal 3; Commander of Individual Prize Drill 4; Mikado. Autograph Name— MILDRED PAYNOTTA Address — 9 Calder Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be a physical director Honors — Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Mikado; Sunny Skies; Spanish Club 4; Service Club 1,2,3; Roosevelt Club; German Club 1; Dramatics Club 4; French Club 1,2; Art Club 1,2; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph 44 THE SEHIOR FLICKER Name— PHYLLIS E. PERRY Address — 47 Beacon Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Dancing Ambition — To be a dress designer Honors — Basketball 1; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club 4; Sec- retary 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— GEORGE A. PIERCE, Jr. Address — 7 Oak Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Skiing Ambition — To travel Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— CONSTANCE ROWLEY PIKE Address— 29 Hartz Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — That new Univex Candid Ambition — To prove I won’t need the Brownie Honors — Flicker Staff, chairman of typists; Flash Staff 4; Biology Club 2; Secretary 4; Roosevelt Club; Perfect Atten dance 2. Autograph Name— ROBERT PORPER Address — 21 Allen Street Course- — General Characteristic Interest- — Kozy Korner Ambition — To get out of Gloucester Honors — Sergeant 4; Football 2,3,4; Towle Football Trophy; German Club 2. Autograph Name— PAULINE STREAM PRESSON Address — Fresh Water Cove Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To emulate Oscar Levant Honors — Flicker Staff; National Honor Society; Basketball 1, cap ' tain 2; College Women’s Club Book Prize 3; Boston Herald Suburban Spelling Bee Champion 1, class champion 2, school champion 3; Pinafore; Girls’ Club Cabinet 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2, secretary 3, president 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2,3,4; French Prize 3; Latin Club 1,2, 3, 4; Latin Prize 2,3; Stevens Book Reviewers, vice president 4; English Office Librarian 1,2, 3, 4; Committee for revision of Handbook; Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Liter ' ary, and Historical Association; Perfect Attendance 1; Bea ' con Staff 4; Highest Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph THE SEKIOR FLICKER 43 Name— JOSEPH PUGLISI Address — 140 East Main Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — All sports Honors — Sergeant 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; R. O. T. C. Champion ship Basketball Team 2,3, Autograph Name— HENRY PUTAANSUU Address — 116 High Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Books Ambition — To start a boom in the granite industry in Lanesville Honors — Sergeant 4; Spelling Contest Representative 2,3; Hon- ors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— JAMES QUINN Address — 124 Washington Street Course — Scientific Characteristic Interest — Radio Ambition — To set Orange up as king and be the power behind the throne Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Priz,e Platoon 3; Winning Pri 2 ;e Squad 3; Pinafore, stage crew; Boys’ Glee Club 4. Autograph Name— VIRGINIA ROBBINS Address — 2 Wheeler Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — That club Ambition — To be a successful nurse, and doctor’s secretary Honors — Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 4; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Sec- retary 4. Autograph Name— ELEANOR ROBERTS Address — 136 Maplewood Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Skating over E. G. Ambition — To be a successful dietitian. Honors — Basketball 1,2, 3,4, winning team 1; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4, winning team 2,3; Soccer 1,2, 3, 4; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Service Club; 4-H Club. Autograph 46 THE SENIOR ELICKER Name— R. MUNROE ROBERTS Address- — 487 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — That certain girl Ambition — To own a Buick Honors — 1st Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— CARYL M. ROOK Address — 8 Stone Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Should or Wood Ambition — To become a forest ranger and live in the woods Honors — Flicker Staff; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Soccer 2,3,4; Hitpin Award 3,4; Basketball Award 3; Flash Staff 2; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Girls’ Glub Cabinet 2,3,4; Glee Club 3, vice president 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, secretary 4; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor Society 4; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— MABEL RITA ROSE Address — 30 Webster Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Reading good books Ambition — To succeed in my ambition (to agree) Honors — Flicker Staff; Hitpin Baseball Award; Beacon Staff 4 ; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary; German Glee Club 4; German Club 4. Autograph Name— MADELINE DOLORES ROSE Address — 41 A Friend Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Reading historical novels and motion pictures Ambition — To do well in everything I undertake Honors — Flicker Staff; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— OSCAR ROSE Address- — 42 Miliett Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be someone’s Boss Honors — Football 2,3,4; Glee Club 3, president 4; Staff ser- geant 4. Autograph THE SEHIOR FLICKER 47 Name— ROBERT ROY Address— 22 Andrews Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To work for the government Honors — Mikado; corporal 4. Autograph Name— CONSTANCE P. RUSSELL Address — 47 Summer Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Phil and Kay Ambition — To be an Occupational Therapist Honors — Flicker Staff; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— HARVEY SARGEANT, Jr. Address — 29 Orchard Street Course — Manuel Arts Characteristic Interest — Girls Ambition — To go to Europe, but not in a uniform Honors — Sergeant 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— RAYMOND DEXTER SARGENT Address — 39 Walnut Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sea Scouting Ambition — To make little ones out of big ones Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph Name— JEAN ROBERTON SEMPLE Address — 8 Fremont Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Cooking Ambition — To establish my own restaurant Honors — Pinafore; Glee Club 3,4; Roosevelt Club, vice-president; Honors 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph 48 THE SEniOR FLICKER Name— RUSSELL M. SHEA Address — 5 Mt. Vernon Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sea Scouts Ambition — To join the U. S, Navy Honors — Sergeant 4; German Club, vice-president 4. Autograph Name— CATHERINE SILVA Address — 22 Magnolia Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Piano Ambition — To be the feminine Eddie Duchin Honors — Forward Pass; Spanish Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary; Perfect Attendance 2,3. Autograph Name— ELLIOT ROBERT SLAFSKY Address — 23 Summer Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hair Ambition- — To find one Honors — Sergeant 4; Pinafore; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— JAMES W. SOFFORD, Jr. Address — 22 Granite Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Travel Ambition — To find an intellectual girl Honors — 1st Sergeant 4; Pri 2 ;e Squad 2,3; Winning Prize Squad 3; Mikado; Pinafore; Glee Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3. Autograph Name— JOSEPH SOUZA Address- — 3 Taylor Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — President of the Souza Club Ambition — To further my education at school and then travel Honors — Corporal 4; Football 1,2,3, captain 4; Basketball 2,3; Roosevelt Club. Autograph THE SEHIOR FLICKER 49 Name— LUCILLE DIANE SOUZA Address — 16 Elwell Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Reading and ’Riting Ambition- — To stand on my own two feet Honors — Service Club 1,2,3 4; Pinafore; Sunny Skies; Glee Club 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Honors 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Autograph Name— MARILYN K. SOUZA Address — 3 Taylor Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Room 4439 ' Bancroft HalL “Ham Sand ' wiches” Ambition — To own a refreshment stand on the Sahara Desert Honors — Flicker Staff; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Soccer 3,4; Field Hockey 2,3; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3,4; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— MILDRED VIRGINIA SPINNEY Address — 61 Gloucester Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Motion Pictures Ambition — To succeed in all I undertake Honors— Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— GERALDINE CONSTANCE STICKNEY Address — 98 Prospect Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To continue my study of music Honors — Sunny Skies; Forward Pass; Mikado; Pinafore; Girls’ Club Cabinet 3,4; Glee Club 1, assistant treasurer 2, vice ' presi ' dent 3, president 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; German Club; Dramatics Club; Art Club 4; Secretary 4, Autograph Name— DOROTHY ST. JEAN Address — 29 Derby Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Reading good novels Ambition — To get a good position Honors Flicker Staff: Glee Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary. Autograph 50 THE SEKIOR FLICKER Name— BARBARA SUDBAY Address — 13 Beauport Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Amhition — -To be a dental hygienist Honors — Basketball 2,3; Hitpin Baseball 1,2,3; Hitpin Award 3; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Biology Club 2; Glee Club 3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club 1. Autograph Name— GLORIA NINA SWINSON Address — 323 Main Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — My family — “Stormy Weather” Ambition — ? Honors — National Honor Society 3,4; Baseball 2; Basketball; Hitpin Baseball 2; Shorthand Contest Winner 3; French Book Prize 2; Roosevelt Club; French Club 1,2; Highest Honors 1,2, 3,4. Autograph Name— JOHN SYMONDS Address — 523 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Digging clams Ambition — To go to trade school Autograph Name— CHRISTINE TALIADOROS Address — 80 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be a doctor’s assistant and to overcome day ' dreaming Honors — Softball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Basketball Award 3; Hitpin Baseball Award 1,3,4; Sunny Skies; Service Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— KATHLEEN E. TARR Address — 5 Millett Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Writing poetry Ambition — To be a nurse Honors — Spanish Club 4. Autograph THE SEHIOR FLICKER 51 Name— LESTER TARR Address — 23 Prospect Street Course — General Characterstic Interest — Souza Club Ambition — To be President of Tarr Fish Company Honors — 1st Sergeant 4; Prize Squad 1,2; Individual Drill 2; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4; A. A. Council, secretary 4; Perfect Atten ' dance 2. Autograph Name— ALFRED M. TEBO, Jr. Address — 222 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — 102 Essex Avenue Ambition — To become a Deisel Engineer Honors — Corporal 4; Band 2,3,4; Roosevelt Club. Autograph Name— WILBUR TEBO Address — 120 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Course — Scientific Characteristic Interest — Mechanical Subjects Ambition — To become a “ham” Honors — Perfect Attendance 2. Autograph Name— MADELINE JOSEPHINE THIBEDEAU Address — 96 Maplewood Avenue Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Taking pictures, and dance music Ambition — To travel Honors — Service Club 2,3,4; Secretary 4. Autograph Name— JAMES F. THOMPSON Address — 112 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — East Gloucester Ambition — To travel Autograph 52 THE SEMIOR FLICKER Name— MABEL THOMPSON Address — 69 Poplar Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music and dancing Ambition — To tackle hard jobs and succeed, and to live on Park Avenue Autograph Name— MARGARET MARY THOMPSON Address — 112 Mt. Pleasant Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Geology, Jr. M. Club, and Marge Ambition — To be a geologist Honors — Basketball 1; Hitpin Baseball 1; Field Hockey 1; Sun ' ny Skies; Pinafore; Biology Club 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Service Club 1,2,3; Roosevelt Club; German Club 1; Art Club 3,4. Autograph Name— TOM BRADLEY TISCHOFF Address — 640 Essex Avenue Course — College Characteristic Interest — Swimming and Guns Ambition — To be an officer in the U. S. Air Corps Honors — 1st Lieutenant 4; Winning Prize Squad 2; Exhibition Platoon 2, sergeant 3; Haskell Mecfal Drill 3; Rifle Team 4; Football 2; Dramatics Club 4; Basketball 2; Mikado; Biology Club 2; German Club 1,2,3, treasurer 4; Perfect Attendance 1. Autograph Name— PHYLLIS TORREY Address — 5 Gloucester Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Listening to popular music Ambition — To be a nurse Honors — Flicker Staff; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2,3; Field Hockey 2,3; Sunny Skies; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club. Autograph Name— EARL TRIBOU Address — 447 Essex Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Science Ambition — To study more science Honors — Sergeant 4. Autograph THE SEKIOR FLICKER 53 Name— DOROTHY TROY Address — 408 Western Avenue Course — Home Economics Characteristic Interest — Collecting autographs of sport celebrities Ambition — To be a child’s nurse Honors — 4H Club 3; Art Club 3,4. Autograph Name— M. BARBARA VALE Address — 7 Maplewood Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Reading for knowledge as well as plea- sure Ambition — To teach and to travel Honors — Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 4; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Forward Pass; Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 4; Art Club 4; Secretary 4, Autograph Name— PRISCILLA JEAN VIATOR Address — 6 Colonial Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — -To excel in the culinary art Ambition — -To be “Mime’s” successful competitor Autograph Name— VILLA WALLACE Address — 4 Rowe Square Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To pass a test in history Honors — Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Art Club 4. Autograph Name— ALICE WASGATT Address — 10 Prospect Court Course — General Characteristic Interest — Bicycling Ambition — To find one Autograph 54 THE SEKIOR FLICKER Name— SCOTT WEBBER Address — 27 Leonard Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — R. O. T. C. Ambition — -To work in the Post Office Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Football 1,2; Individual Drill 3; Winning Prize Squad 3; Exhibition Platoon 3; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Roosevelt Club; Perfect Attendance 1; Captain 4. Autograph Name— IDA WELCH Address — 194 Eastern Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To be a nurse Honors — Pinafore; Forward Pass; Roosevelt Club; Glee Club 3,4; French Club 4; Latin Club 1, 2. Autograph Name— T. RAYMOND WHYNOTT Address — 30 Highland Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — 920 Club Ambition — To be a Master Mariner Honors — 2nd Lieutenant 4; Individual Drill 3; Prize Squad 3; Exhibition Platoon 3; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Roosevelt Club; German Club 2,3,4. Autograph Name— MILDRED WILLIAMS Address — 138 Prospect Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — The movies Ambition — To get a good job Honors — Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3. Autograph Name— WAYNE E. WILLIAMSON Address— 54 High Street Course — Accounting Characteristic Interest — Lanesville Ambition — To travel Honors- — Corporal 4. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 55 Name— JANET W. WILSON Address — 26 Leonard Street, Annisquam. Course — College Characteristic Interest — Books and music Ambition — To succeed in whatever I attempt Honors — Flicker Staff; Flash Staff, proofreader 2, chairman 3,4; Sunny Skies; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club 2,3,4; Philharmonic Society; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4. Autograph Name— BARBARA JEAN WISE Address — 3 Wise Place Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Music Ambition — To succeed in all my undertakings Honors — Biology Club 2; Service Club 3,4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3; Honors 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Autograph Name— ERMA LOUISE WISE Address — 5 Marchant Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Music, dancing, and photography Ambition — To become rich Honors — Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 2; Field hockey 2; Art Club 4. Autograph Name— JOHN R. WOLFE Address — 40 School Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Radio Ambition — To be a ship’s radio operator Honors — Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 4; Exhibition Platoon 3; Individual Drill 4; Roosevelt Club; sergeant 4. Autograph Name— CARROLL W. WONSON Address — 81 Prospect Street Course — College Characteristic Interest — Sports Ambition — To be a member of the U. S. Olympic team Honors — Regimental Adjutant 4; Individual Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3, sergeant 3; Prize Squad 2; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2,3, captain 4; Beacon, assistant advertising man ager 3, manager 4; Mikado, stage crew; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Senior Play 3; Service Club 4; Roosevelt Club, president; Dramatics Club, stage manager 4; Latin Club 2; French Club, executive committee 4; Intra ' platoon Basketball, committee chairman; Perfect attendance 2. Autograph 56 THE SEKIOR FLICKER Name— CHESTER A. WONSON, Jr. Address — 23 Highland Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music — 920 Club — R. O. T. C. Ambition — To become a percussionist Honors — Sergeant 4; Pinafore; Mikado, special orchestra; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; 2nd Lieutenant 4. Autograph Name— ELIZABETH S. WONSON Address — 81 Prospect Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Room 7 and its contents Ambition — To fill that empty saddle! Honors — Flicker Staff, assistant advertising manager; Basketball 1,3,4, captain 2; Hitpin Baseball 1,2, captain 3,4; Soccer 2,4, captain 3; Field Hockey 1,2; Hitpin Award 3,4; Basketball Award 3; Girls’ Club Cabinet 2,3,4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2. Autograph Name— RUSSELL F. WONSON Address — 8 Marble Road Course — General Characteristic Interest — Fishing Ambition — To be a Georgia trawler Honors — Corporal 4. Autograph Name— ROBERT C. WOOD Address — 204A Washington Street Course — College Preparatory Characteristic Interest — 8 Stone Court Ambition — To attend the University of Maine Honors — Captain 4; Individual Drill 2,3; Exhibition Platoon 2,3; Winning Pri 2 ,e Squad 2, commander 3; Senior Haskell Medal Winner 3; Track 1,2,4; Sunny Skies, stage crew; Service Club 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club, vice president 3, president 4; Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association 3,4; Perfect Attendance 3; Major, Regimental Plans and Training Officer 4. Autograph Name— CHARLOTTE MARIE WOODBURY Address — 324 Washington Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Puppies and Pussies Ambition — To become a successful buyer and own five dogs and five cats Honors — Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff, assistant office manager 3, office manager 4; Forward Pass; Sunny Skies; Pinafore; Girls’ Club Cabinet 3,4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 4; Secretary 4; Chairman Junior Tea Dance 3. Autograph THE SENIOR FLICKER 57 Name— VIRGINIA WORKS Address — 11 Elizabeth Road Course — General Characteristic Interest — Music and cats Ambition — To be a laboratory technician Honors — Roosevelt Club; German Club 2 , 3 , 4 ; Latin Club 2. Autograph Name— ALICE RUTH ZAGERS Address — 9 Maplewood Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Timely Topics Ambition — To win friends and influence people Honors — Basketball 1,2; Hitpin Baseball 1; Beacon Staff 4; Sunny Skies; Pinafore, Glee Club 3,4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Autograph Name— HELEN ESTHER CARROLL Address — 15 Cleveland Street Course — Commercial Characteristic Interest — Shorthand Ambition — To be successful in all that I do Autograph Name— MADELINE ANN FOSTER Address — 31 Warner Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Ambition — To be a hairdresser Honors — Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Hitpin 1,2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1,2; Hit ' pin and Basketball awards; Biology club 4. Autograph Name— MILTON GOLART Address — 34 Perkins Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Angling Ambition — To be an aeronautical engi ' neer Honors — -1st Sergeant 4; Football man ' ager 1,2,3; Bank 2. Autograph Name— NORMAN GOODWIN Address— 62 Gloucester Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Battery A First Battalion, 102nd F. A., 51st Brigade, 26th Division, First Army, M.N.G. Ambition — -To graduate from the Miss. Military Academy Autograph 58 THE SENIOR FLICKER Name— RUTH KAPLAN Address — 12 Trask Street Course —General Characteristic Interest — To become suc ' cessful Ambition — To go to the New England Conservatory of Music Autogra ph Name— MADELEINE MACY Address — Eastern Point Course — College Characteristic Interest — Art Ambition — Honors — Pinafore; Glee Club 3,4; Ger- man Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Art Club 3,4. Autograph Name— MARTIN MURRAY Address — 118 Maplewood Avenue Course — General Characteristic Interest — Hockey Ambition — To travel Autograph Name— HENRY POIRIER Address — 31 Derby Street Course — General Characteristic Interest — Skating Ambition — To own a fishing schooner Autograph THE SENIOR FUCKER 59 CLASS BALLOT Most Popular Girl Most Popular Boy Most Popular Officer Most Dependable Girl Most Dependable Boy Most Versatile Girl Most Versatile Boy. Best Groomed Girl Best Groomed Boy Best Looking Girl Best Looking Boy Cutest Girl Cutest Bo Most Bashful Girl Most Bashful Boy Girl Most Likely to Succeed in the Future Boy Most Likely to Succeed in the Future Most Musical Most Literary Most Artistic Most Businesslike Senior Girl Who Has Done Most for the Class- Senior Boy Who Has Done Most for the Class. Most Ambitious Senior Most Cheerful Senior Most Studious Senior Most Social Senior Most Talkative Senior Most Fickle Senior Senior Outstanding in Leadership God’s Gift to the Women Senior Cradle Snatcher Class Bluffer. Class Chesterfield Most Athletic Girl Most Athletic Boy Most Popular Teacher. Most Popular Subject Class Baby Melba McKay Gordon Tyne Ben Nauss Jean Francis Gordon Tyne Jean Francis Carroll Wonson Gordon Tyne Betty Finch Carroll Wonson Theora Haselgard John DelTorchio Theora Haselgard William Crowell Helen Carroll Jack Marshall Pauline Presson Gordon Tyne Elinor Fredrickson Ann Hadley Milton Harris Gloria Swinson Melba McKay Gordon Tyne Gordon Tyne Ethel Budrow Pauline Presson Melba McKay Marilyn Sou2;a John DelTorchio Gordon Tyne Chester Wonson John DelTorchio Charlotte Woodbury Chester Wonson Elizabeth Wonson Lester Tarr Miss McGinley English James Brown 60 THE SEXIOR FLICKER Gleanings From The Class Ballot Siyjg a song of good cheer; a b]an on which you vote; Come all you Seniors, and see just what you wrote. You, the voters, attest to Melba ' s popularity by selecting her as the number one girl of the class, with petite Jean F. coming in second. Gordon wins Most Popular Boy with a long lead on his two running mates. Mention goes to Ben and Buddy. Ben succeeds as the Most Popular Officer. We could have told you that without counting the votes. The Colonel is always the Most Popular Officer, now isn ' t he girls? Gibbs and Pascucci come in second and third respectively. Jean F. and Melba again step into the spotlight by sharing the Most Dependable Girl honors. Gloria S. rates third to complete this trio of blondes. Major Tyne and Colonel Nauss come in first and second as the Most Dependable Boys. Jimmy Brown is third - — we trust him with the class finances, you know. As the queen of extra ' curricula activities, Jean F. leads as Most Versatile. Libby and Melba come in second and third. Flash! Only tie on the ballot! Buddy and Gordon fight it out for the xlost Versatile and it ends in a draw. Sonny Del, second in the race, says that to stop the argument he will take first place. Exit Sonny. Leading our own Easter Parade, we have Betty accompanied by Libby and Annette. Don Amero gets a vote here. Perhaps some near-sighted voter thought she — or he — was voting for the Groom. Buddy is challenged as the Best Groomed by Robert W. and Roy Guittar. Irv’ing, Tyne, Nauss, and George receive votes, also, which speaks well for the officers of our crack regiment. Toot, our honey-haired damsel, is Best Looking with none disputing it. Marge Green, Toot ' s only competitor, comes in second. Could it actually be true that " ' gentlemen prefer blondes " ? Tall and handsome, but not all dark, are the boys who poll the most votes by their good looks — John DelTorchio, Bob Wood, Bud Wonson, and Ben Nauss. Ah me! We have so many cute girls! Toot again leads the list with Gloria De- Sousa and Jean F. following. Also included are Libby, Marion Parsons, Marge Green and Betty. Billy Crowell wins cutest boy — hands down! His nearest competitor receives only sixteen votes. Didn’t know there were any bashful girls. Other members of Helen’s bashful society include Connie Russell and Madeline Macy. Cyna’s shrink- ing violet complex polls her one vote. THE SFMOR FLICKER 61 No disputing Jack’s right to the Most Bashful Boy. Joe Orange and Wesley Kay come in second and third hut, Jack, you have nothing to worry about. Melba’s personal assets and Jean Francis’ likeabilities are overshadowed by Polly’s studious nature for the Girl Most Likely to Succeed. Again Gordon forges ahead in the stretch and emerges as the Boy Most Likely to Succeed. Nauss’ ability at leadership gets him second place. Gere’s renditions poll her a large and devoted following, but Elinor’s versatility wins her first place as Most Musical. Bruni comes in third. Come on boys, does Brum have to do all the work for the males? The poets laureate and adjective inventors of 1940 are Ann Hadley and Cynthia Crowe. Polly’s studies again place her in the Most Literary group. All the class salutes Milton’s work with the paint and brush. Weston’s eye for good lines wins him second place. Milty’s assistant, Gordon Lowe, comes in third. Did you realize that we have so many businesslike seniors riding high for success or something? Charming Charlotte challenges Gloria S. and Gordon (What again!) comes in third. Melba leads as Senior Who Has Done Most for the Class, followed by Polly and Jean F. Some bright boy, namely George, wants to know what’s been done for the class? Cheers for Tyne! He has done it again! This weary world needs more Gordons ' By the way, who’s your manager? His competitors ' ' ' ' There are none. Gordon wins this with the greatest majority on the whole ballot. Most Ambitious? Three guesses! Right, Gordon gets it without so much as a please. Jean follows him very closely and there are many others too numer- ous to mention. The Little Man Who Wasn’t There received one vote and we suspect McNair. Ethel’s cheerfulness is challenged by Mary Blair, Frank Pascucci, and Robert Bruni who tie for second place. Polly is the lucky girl selected as the Most Studious and Jimmy Brown comes in second. Dibby gets one vote and is shocked that anyone would even think that he would vote for himself. Melba wrests the social crown from Jean F. by a majority of ten votes. Other future Elsa Maxwells include Charlotte, Gordon, Elinor, and Caryl. Queen of the Tongue Waggers is Marilyn. Sharing her throne and in second place is Bruni, who wants to know if he is going to get a crown. All donations for buying Bruni a crown may be sent to Class Ballot Committee. Motto for campaign: Buy me a crown; I’ll not let you down. Sonny beats Weston by only three votes and Weston admits that he started his campaigning too late. Bob Wood gets one vote and has been walking around in a daze ever since. Commended for leadership we have Generals Tyne, McKay, Nauss, and Francis. About face and forward march. While they’re marching Gibbs wants to be Colonel of the regiment. 62 THE SENIOR ELICKER There are exactly twentyTve “Gifts” included in our class. However, Jack Marshall, second, is nosed out by Chester Wonson. Richie Melanson and Weston tie for third place. Ben Nauss, Chairman of the Class Gift Committee, wants to know why we can’t give away these “Gifts.” Sonny’s freshmen get him the Cradle Snatcher and he says it’s okay if he doesn’t end up as dog catcher. Annette and Chet Wonson complete the list of baby kidnappers. Solford runs a close second to Charlotte as the Class Bluffer. One honest soul votes — all of us. Thank you. Mr. Esquire alias Chet Wonson and Romeo alias Pascucci, come in first and second as Chesterfields. Ten other boys poll one vote each. With four fifths of the voting public on her side Lib comes in the most athletic. Ethel and Melba place and show. Eleven boys receive votes for the Most Athletic; just enough for a foot " ball team. Let insists he owes his athletic prowess to long walks. Down Wheeler’s Point way. Let? McEarland, Lawson, Souza, Lavazza, and Muniz are all included on the he-man list. Miss McGinley wins Most Popular Teacher by one vote from Miss Sav- age and Miss Lovering, who tie for second place. Oh yes, the men are repre- sented by Dan Harris, who romps in an easy fourth. In spite of all the groans, English is the Most Popular Subject; history, second; and recess, third. “Boys” get three votes. Are “they” subjects or extra-curricula activities? The rattle for the Class of 1939-40 goes to Baby Brown, who held his own in a field of competitors. To Madeline Macy for second place goes a consolation prize of a rubber doll; and to Billy Crowell, third, a pass to the theater. THE SENIOR FLICKER 63 CLA53 BAllOTj IH CARTOONS AND IPHPTOS, H05T POPULAR QffiCiU m%r topuiar mosT vgRSAtikE emu (Mm fmim SL OPCjRl TYH BkEST CROOMtO C-lR l CBCTTi r HC 0 MOST rtUSICAL (fcanoR F«efiR|CRgOft) 5 3 y’gy.S50 CLASS 8ABV, w on- GIFT TO SNAItHIR 64 the SE?iIOR FLICKER SNAPSHOTS THE SENIOR FLICKER 65 SNAPSHOTS 66 THE SENIOR FLICKER SNAPSHOTS THE SENIOR FLICKER 67 CLASS HISTORY Time: A Saturday afternoon in 1950. Place : Study Hall in the old high school building Situation: Members of the class of 1940 have been notified by class officers that there will be a class reunion held on this particular afternoon. There are a few straggling groups around the old study hall, but for the most part the room is empty. Let us eavesdrop on a young woman and a tall blond man who are talking near the window facing the school yard. Shhh! The young man is speaking: “Yes, I remember our freshman year well. Remember how you girls used to run to this very window on Tuesdays and Thursdays to watch the R. O. T. C. march up the street?” Y. Woman : “Yes, and remember how you boys used to envy Robert Bruni, William Crowell, Gordon Lowe, Ben Nauss, Elliot Slafsky and Let Tarr for their new uniforms as members of the band?” “Weren’t they members of the school orchestra, also?” the male graduate of 1940 asked, avoiding the question by asking one. Y. Woman: “Oh, yes, but they can’t take all the credit for musical talent. Elinor Fredrickson and Tootie Haselgard were in the Girls’ orchestra; and Elinor, budding prima donna of the Mi ado, along with Betty Finch, who had a part in the production, provided music that had ' charms to soothe the savage beast.’ ” Y. Man: Laughing. “I’ll wager they couldn’t soothe those Gridiron dogs — Joe Fava 2 ; 2 ia, George Foley, James Lawson, Walt MacFarland, Oscar Rose and Joe Sou. a; nor Bob Madruga, the only freshman on the baseball team; nor Albert Christo, Bob McNair, Ernest Marks, Buddy Muni , Joe Puglisi, Joe Souza, Let Tarr, Tom TischofF and Buddy Wonson of bas ' ketball fame; nor Harold Johnson, representative of the A. A. council.” Y. Woman: “I’ll admit they were good athletes, but how about the girls? We had a few sluggers not too easily soothed. Shall we take for instance Ethel Budrow, Jean Francis, Madelyn Foster, Ivy Kippen, Mih dred Paynotta, Melba McKay, Elinor Roberts and Libby Wonson respectively?” Y. Man: “You take them. I’m sure they are too much for me. Let me take literature. There is a field devoted to gentility and culture. We’ll not find any female sluggers there.” Y. Woman: “Not unless you call freshman Flash reporters Cynthia Crowe, Melba McKay and Jane Fallon anemic book worms; and for that mat ' ter, freshman contributors to the Beacon, Cynthia Crowe, Jane Fallon, Elinor Fredrickson, Melba McKay and Phyllis Palmer could hardly be called delicate of health. I am not suggesting that we females did not have the finesse to be feminine, however. The freshman booth at the Girls’ club annual bazaar was a huge success, under the supervision of Melba McKay. Melba was made freshman representative to the Girls’ club that year also, you know.” 68 THE SENIOR FLICKER Y. Man: “Did I say you girls lacked feminine charm? I did not. N or could I say you did not have the combination of brains and charm — not with Pauline Presson winning the Roosevelt Trophy Spelling Contest and Mabel Newman capturing Scholastic honors by winning the freshman Sawyer medal. “By the way, didn’t Cynthia Crowe and Jane Fallon, assisted by Jean Francis, Melba McKay and Polly Presson, write a freshman class history for the Flicker?” Y. Woman: “Yes, and this might as well be one, considering the territoiy we’re covering.” Y. Man: “That’s an idea! Let’s try to see what we can remember of our sophomore year.” Y. Woman: “I don’t know. That is thirteen years behind us.” Y. Man: “Oh, come on. At least if we leave out a name we won’t get bit ' ten.” Y. Woman: Amused: “By those Gridiron dogs I presume, since Tootie Has ' elgard was the sole sophomore member of the Girls’ orchestra to soothe them.” Y. Man: “No. Not by those Gridiron dogs or by any other member of the football squad, the basketball team, Robert Madruga of the baseball team or Bob Riley, representative of the A. A. council.” Y. Woman: With good natured sarcasm: “No! But you’ll have to agree that Jimmie George, Ben Nauss, Tom Tischoff and Bob Wood felt elated over their victories at the Presentation Party.” Y. Man: “Merely self ' confidence, my dear young lady, a worthy asset for one to have.” Y. Woman: “And how about Polly Presson who won both the grade and - school spelling championship, Melba McKay who supervised the soph ' omore booth at the bacaar, Gerry Stickney and Gharlotte W oodbury, who - both had parts in ‘Sunny Skies’? Surely they had reason for self ' Confi ' dence?” Y. Man: “I deny it not; but let’s get some men in here. How about James Brown and Gordon Tyne as members of the Flash staff?” Y. Woman: Indignant: “Not forgetting Betty Finch, Jean Francis, and Caryl Rook, also additional members of the Flash nor James Brown, Cynthia Crowe, Jane Fallon and Anne Hadley, sophomore editors of the Beacon.” Y. Man: “Please! Perhaps we had better wind up the sophomore year with the names Madelyn Davis, Phyllis Palmer and Gordon Tyne who were awarded Sawyer medals; and Weston Black, James Black, Ralph Gibbs, Ralph Levie, Gasper Lewis, Ben Nauss, Tom Tischoff, Gordon Tyne, Buddy Wonson and Robert Wood, who were announced as sergeants for the ensuing year at the Presentation Exercises.” Y. Woman: “I’m very glad to get on to our junior year. By that time we were upper ' classmen in the true sense of the word. Then we weren’t obliged to sit in our home room or in the study hall during every other THE SEHIOR FLICKER 69 assembly. I remember, too, that year how enthusiastic we girls were over the announcement that Joe Souza was to be our football captain. Buddy Muniz was to be our basketball captain and Bob Madruga was to be our baseball captain!” Y. Man: Mimicing: “Oh yes, sigh, sigh. And I also remember cheerleaders Grace Amero, Muriel Compton, Marjorie Green — headed by Pat McCar " thy — gracefully rooting for the home team.” Y. Woman: With mock indifference: “How about those junior platoon sergeants who won the squad drills at the Presentation party with Bob Wood, first; James George, second. James George won first place in individual drill that year also with Weston Black, second and Ralph Levie third, winning ten points for their company. Bob Wood won the Haskell medal. Then came the big news Presentation day when Ben Nauss was announced as colonel of the R. O. T. C., James George, as lieutenant colonel, and Weston Black, Ralph Gibbs, Ralph Levie, Gasper Lewis, Joe Orange, Frank Pascucci, Tom Tischoff, Gordon Tyne, Bud Wonson, Bob Wood and Robert Bruni were announced as second lieu ' tenants. Robert Irving was announced drum major of the band. Y. Man: “Hmmmm, you have that down pat, haven’t you? It must be the uniform.” Y. Woman: “If you want me to stick to scholastic honors, I shall. During the Presentation Day exercises the members of the National Honor Society were announced and included James Brown, Cynthia Crowe, Jean Fran cis, Elinor Fredrickson, Dorothy Grant, Gasper Lewis, Melba McKay, Phyllis Nelson, Pauline Presson, Caryl Rook, Gloria Swinson and Gordon Tyne. Robert Bruni and Lucille Souza won Sawyer Medals.” Y. Man: “How about more information about the fair sex? Surely Libby Wonson as captain of the hitpin, basketball and soft ball teams was important. She also received the Highest Pinfall medal as captain of the bowling team. Eleanor Roberts received second prize. Others who received bowling awards were Gert Goodwin, Melba McKay and Caryl Rook.” Y. Woman: Knitting her brows, “Let’s talk about literature, shall we? At least we’ll avoid the topic of Amazons.” V. Man: “Then let’s discuss Cynthia Crowe who was elected Head Librarian, and Jean Francis, who was elected secretary of the Stevens Book Review ers, Anne Hadley, who began to write editorials for the Flash and Ben Nauss, who was appointed head file clerk of the Flash. Speaking of lit ' erary talent, Cynthia Crowe was selected junior editor of the Beacon, while James Brown, Betty Finch, Anne Hadley, and Melba McKay were elected members of the literary staff.” Y. Woman: “Wasn’t Tootie Haselgard again the sole junior member of the girls’ orchestra and didn’t Charlotte Woodbury have charge of the Junior Tea dance? Spring of course, brought the annual bazaar with Melba McKay as chairman. Who were the class officers?” Y. Man: “Let me see. They were Gordon Tyne, president; Jean Francis, vice-president; Melba McKay, secretary; James Brown, treasurer.” 70 THE SENIOR FLICKER Y. Woman: “Oh yes, Melba McKay was chosen president of the Girls’ club for the following year.” Y. Man: “Don’t forget that Polly Presson again won the grade and school spelling champion ship.” Y. Woman: “Oh, yes, and what about Field day?” (sigh) “Remember how Ben Nauss received the Sergeant Gardner Medal, how Frank Pascucci was selected the best corporal of the entire regiment? Donald Amero and James George of the rifle team received the corps area, Flearst and Battery medals.” Y. Man: (Sigh, sigh.) “Stop before I cry! Let’s forget the R. O. T. G. and get on with our senior year. O h! the year of years — 1940!” Y. Woman: “Senior presidents of clubs were: Garoll Wonson, president of the Roosevelt club; Bob Wood, president of the French club; Gerry Stickney, president of the Girls’ Glee club; Gordon Tyne, president of the National Flonor Society; James Brown, president of the Latin club; Milton Harris, president of the Art club; Gloria DeSouza, president of the G. H. S. Bank.” Y. Man: “What about journalism? Wasn’t Anne Hadley elected Editor ' in ' chief of the Flash, while Janet Wilson was chairman of the Flash proof ' readers, Phylis Nelson, chairman of the Flash typists, and Jane Fallon edited M’Lady Dictates. Y. Woman: “Well, we haven’t done so badly recording class history.” Y. Man: “No, we won’t have if we don’t omit Tootie Haselgard, chairman of the Senior Tea program; Sonny DelTorchio, representative of the A. A. council; Robert Bruni, chairman of the class banquet; Anne Hadley, chairman of the class motto; Ben Nauss, chairman of the class gift; not forgetting Cynthia Crowe, editor ' iii ' chief of the Beacon, as well as the president of the Stevens Book Reviewers, and Betty Finch, Anne Hadley and Pauline Presson of the Beacon literary staff.” Y. Woman: “Don’t mind me, but we really can’t leave out the announcement at the Spelling assembly that Robert V ood was made major, Scott Web ' ber, was made captain, and Walton Ayer, Richard Dench, Roy Gui.tarr, Edwin Kenneson, William Crowell, Sherman Harriman and Chester Wonson were made second lieutenants.” Y. Man: “I see, you mean you have to get in the last word abou: the R. O. T. C. Well, remember, too, that Jean Francis won the spelling contest for the school at that same assembly!” Y. Woman: “Just to live up to the woman’s proverbial last .ord, may I remind you that Gordon Tyne was editor of the Flic er, i.nJ Gyn.i Crowe was assistant editor. There is a commotion in the front of the study hall. Tl:e young man and woman turn. Y. Woman: “Look, they are starting. See the people who have come in. We were so absorbed in our conversation that we haven’t noticed what has been going on . I say, isn’t that Gordon Tyne with a gavel in his hand? Why it’s a class meeting, a meeting of the class of 1940!” THE SENIOR ELICKER 71 CLUB PROLOGUE C 9C The aims and accomplishments of our extra ' curricula groups command our respect and interest; respect because they are representative of high scholastic achievement — interest because their projects show the results which can grow from com- bined efforts. During our school years these clubs furnish an opportunity for self-expression and constructive work in a variety of fields from handicraft to liter- ature. The organizations also create social back- grounds and encourage interests which may become hobbies or vocations in the future. These group photographs include only the officers and senior members of the various clubs. 72 THE SENIOR FLICKER i ' i E 2 « £ a pq NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY THE SEHIOR FLICKER 73 GIRLS’ CLUB CABINET Back Row, left to right — C. Woodbury, E. Wonson, C. Rook, P. Presson, G. Stickney, D. Grant. Front rov , left to right — C. Crowe, J. Francis, M. McKay, J. Nelson. A. A. COUNCIL Back Row, left to right — Mr. J. Stanley Thompson, Mr. Leslie O. Johnson, M. Gre en, Mr. Norman C. Ross, Mr. Aarne Frigard. Front Row, left to right — J. DelTorchio, W. McFarland, J. Favazza. FLASH STAFF Back Row, left to right — E. Marshall, M. Newman, Miss Mildred Ingalls, faculty supervisor; S. Kondelin, C. Pike. Middle Row, left to right — M. Feldman, J. Fallon, P. Nelson, A. Hadley, J. Wilson, J. Brown. j Front Row, left to right — M. Curley, M. Meuse, T. Niemi, M. McKay, G. Lasher, V. Robbins. BEACON STAFF Back Row, left to right — B. Vale, P. Presson, C. Wonson, Mrs. Marion F. Woodruff, faculty supervisor; A. Hadley, E. Hunson. Middle Row, left to right — M. Melanson, L. Dailey, C. Crowe, K. McLaughlin, C. Woodbury, M. Green. Front Row, left to right — E. Mattson, R. Zager, B. Sudbay, B. Finch, M. Rose, D. Natario. THE SEKIOR FLICKER 75 DRAMATICS CLUB Back Row, left to right — J. Francis, B. Vale, T. Tishoff, W. Black, R. Bruni, Miss Mary E. Ford, faculty supervisor; C. Wonson, R. Irving, M. Macey, E. Joyce, A. Hadley, J. Brown. Front Row, left to right — P. Perry, T. Niemi, E. Baker, B. Finch, P. Douglas, J. Nelson, J. Fallon, G. Stickney. STEVENS BOOK REVIEWERS Back Row, left to right — J. Tucker, L. Dailey, E. Birdseye, M. Feldman. Front Row, left to right — P. Tarr, J. Francis, P. Presson, C. Crowe, N. Poole, J. Hodgen. 76 THE SENIOR ELICKER GERMAN CLUB Back Row, left to right — M. Fernandes, A. Hadley, E. Joyce, W. McFarland, R. McNair, R. Gibbs, J. FavaZcZa, M. Rose, P. Holmes, M. Gasper. Front Row, left to right — P. MacDonald, M. Green, M. Macey, C. Benson, R. Seppala, J. Nelson, J. Fallon, G. Stickney. FRENCH CLUB Back Row, left to right — C. Russell, M. Davis, W. Black, R. Melanson, C. Wonson, P. Tarr, j. Buckley, D. Grant, B. Finch. Middle Row, left to right — M. McKay, E. Wonson, C. Porper, T. Haselgard, R. Wood, C. Rook, P. Presson, P. Lufkin. Front Row, left to right — M. Compton, J. Francis, P. Palmer, C. Woodbury. THE SENIOR FLICKER 77 LATIN CLUB Back Row, left to right — J. Kershaw, C. Crowe, R. Irving, P. Presson, M. Davis, M. McKay. Front Row, left to right — P. Lufkin, B. Finch, M. Selig, J. Brown, J. Hodgen, P. Palmer, J. Wilson. SPANISH CLUB Back Row, left to right — C. Woodbury, Miss Mildred E. Frostholm, faculty supervisor; K. Tarr. Front Row, left to right — C. Butler, R. Hunt, M. Fernandes, M. MacDonald. 78 THE SENIOR FLICKER BANK Back Row, left to right — B. Amero, P. Alves, H. Hall, Mr. J. Stanley Thompson, faculty supervisor; H. Barusso, B. Harris, J. Rose. Front Row, left to right — S. Surette, M. Curley, G. DeSousa, B. Corliss, E. Stavros. ART CLUB Back Row, left to right — A. Francis, Miss Mabel E. Spofford, faculty supervisor; W. Black, G. Stickney, G. Lowe, A. Albertson. Middle Row, left to right — D. Troy, M. Meuse, G. Allen, M. Harris, G. Atkins, C. Benson. Front Row, left to right — M. Macey, G. DeSousa, T. Haselgard, A. Milne, E. Wise, D. Thompson. THE SENIOR FLICKER 79 GLEE CLUB Back Row, left to right — W. Cahill, W. Ayer, R. Cahoon, O. Rose, J. Hodgen, W. Joseph. Front Row, left to right — C. Crowe, J. Francis, G. Stickney, C. Rook, M. McKay, D. Grant, P. Lufkin. ORCHESTRA Back Row, left to right — W. Crowell, S. Harriman, J. Brown. Front Row, left to right — C. Wonson, R. Bruni, R. Irving. 80 THE SEHIOR FLICKER ROUND TABLE Back Row, left to right — A, Bray, R. Amero, Mr. Earle Wilder, club sponsor; R. Hunt, R. Poirier. F ' ront Row, left to right — A. Christo, S. Geary, J. Linehan, J. Nelson, P. Wolozin. P. Douglas. 4-H CLUB Back Row, left to right — D. Troy, A. Francis, A. Albertson, E. Joyce, A. Francis. F ' ront Row, left to right — B. Selig, D. Meuse, L. Curley, P. Allen BIOLOGY CLUB Back Row, left to right — M. Foster, P. Palmer. F’ront Row, left to right— M. Parsons, M. Davis, THEODORE ROOSEVELT CLUB THE SENIOR FUCKER 81 82 THE SENIOR FLICKER . 0) o J J 9 s iJi S V O i- O rt 0 y " x ro f ‘ 0) S_C ls§ . 3 3 SC — .2 ' C C J . c .■- O 5o 0« W c . c if ■ = O— 0) 3E ’C - ' S •■3 CT3 3 - 3 cS-=.2f : O g- ' J - " 3 : S 1 J 0) ti4 = — D ® B s £ . !: ©O ' -! , THE SENIOR FLICKER 83 R. O. T. C. The 55th year of Military Science and Tactics in Gloucester High opened with the introduction of a new and able military instructor, Major Clifford G. Kershav , Infantry, U. S. A., and the streamlining of the Infantry Drill. The new drill was quickly mastered by the 410 officers and cadets, and the regiment soon possessed a snappy and polished appearance. There were many changes inaugurated by the new instructor. Each drill day brought a surprise inspection of one company, with the company commanders unnoti ' fled of the day of their company’s inspection. The outcome of the inspection deter mined the selection of the cadet with the neatest appearance to act as Commanding WINNING PRIZE SQUAD — CO. C. Back Row, left to right — N. Cameron, A. Christo, Corp. R, Maguire, Corp. R. Dunn. Front Row, left to right — K. Landergren, Corp. R. Brown, Sergt. D. Hannibal, Sergt. J. Soflford, E. Perry. Officer’s orderly for the following drill day. A new position was added to the Regi ' mental staff this year when Robert C. Wood was appointed Plans and Training Officer with the rank of major. An “awkward squad’’ was drilled this year under the coni ' mand of Captain Frank Pascucci for the purpose of intensifying the training of back- ward cadets. At the colorful 49th Dance and Prize drill. Sergeants Donald Amero, Charles Porper, and Edwin Kenneson demonstrated their ability in the accurate performance of the manual of arms by winning the first three places respectively under the command of Captain Pascucci. The party was attended by cadets from Lowell, Methuen, New Bedford, and Taunton. The officers and their ladies attended a Dance and Pri 2 ;e drill at Taunton in December, and at Methuen in April. During the cold and stormy drill days the regiment marched to the armory and engaged in calisthenics. Basketball honors in the platoon league went to the second 84 THE SENIOR FLICKER platoon, Company D, first; second platoon, Company C, second; first platoon. Company D, third. The band concert was a success and it is expected that the bandsmen will bring home many laurels from both the Massachusetts and New England Music Festivals. The 48th Dance and Exhibition platoon drill v;as efficiently presented by the various committees when the “crack” exhibition platoon, commanded by Major Ralph Gibbs, maneuvered in various intricate formations receiving the applause of the spectators. Lieutenant Colonel James George, rifle team captain, scored the highest individual score in the Junior R. O. T. C. William Randoph Hearst Trophy contest with a score WINNERS OF INDIVIDUAL DRILL Left to right — Major Clifford G. Kershaw, Mr. Allan C. Gerring, 2nd Lieutenant Donald O. Ainero, Sergeant Robert Charles Porper, 2nd Lieutenant Edwin A. Kenneson. Insert — Lieutenant Col. James P. George, high scorer in Hearst Trophy Rifle Match. of 193 out of a possible 200. The rifle team placed fourth in the Hearst competition and third in the Corps Area Intercollegiate rifle match. Company C’s prize squad, under the command of Platoon Sergeant Donald Hannibal won the squad drill, with D company’s squad, under the command of Platoon Sergeant Charles Porper, and E company’s squad, commanded by Platoon Sergeant Joseph Ruth, placing second and third respectively, at the Annual Presentation party given to the Gloucester High School regiment by Battery A 102d, F. A. M. N. G. Members of the rifle team, as well as the members of the winning prize squad were awarded medals by the Battery. There will be two new medals, one donated by the J. F. Dyer Camp, Sons of Vet ' erans, and one by Major George H. Moore, Jr., U. S. M. C. Ret., presented on Field Day to two outstanding sophomore cadets. The rating of the regiment, based on the Corps Area Commander’s inspection on May 23, will be made public on Field Day, May 31, when it is hoped that the standing of honor school will be awarded to G. H. S. for the 20th consecutive year. R. O. T. C. BAND, 1939 ' 1940 THE SENIOR FLICKER 85 T HE SEHIOR FLICKER COACti COACH FRiGRRD BUD U0N50N JOE 50UIA 606 AADRUGR THE SENIOR FLICKER 87 CLASS CALENDAK SEPTEMBER 6. Children’s Day! Brown comes by mistake. The young in heart! 7. The high and mighty upperclassmen arrive. Well — the upperclassmen arrive. 8. First absentee — Sonny. The freshmen have discovered his telephone number already. 11. Sonny present! Reports two freshmen injured in the rush. 12. No drill! Nauss holding out for a blue dress uniform like the Major’s. 13. Favaztia faints taking Tuberculin Test. All G. H. S. football opponents order hypo needle. 14. Drill! Nauss compromises for three shiny buttons. 15. Mr. Smith calls for extra chair. Re enforcements for “the little man who wasn’t there.” 18. Blue Monday and no banking! (Mr. Thompson has lost key to school bank.) 19. Freshman girl walking up boys’ stairway when battalion starts for drill. Freshman girl discovered in Co. C. when dust clears. 20. Short story for day! Marilyn decides to be sophisticated and wears high ' heel pumps. Marilyn falls flat. Marilyn decides to be tomboy. 21. Friday’s bells for three days. (Perhaps Mr. Johnson is angry with Mr. Thompson for losing the key to the bank.) 22. Give us this day our daily grinds. And the following week end to rest our minds. 23. Off to a good start. Gloucester defeats Newburyport 70, and Irving throws baton over the goal post. 25. Mr. Colman, to class looking out window: “Those who would like to join the gym class may leave now.” Exit class. 26. Mr. Coleman looking for a new class. Miss Savage applies for an assistant. 27. Mr. Johnson forgives Mr. Thompson. Wednesday bells. Girls’ asseni ' bly with Melba bearing torch for Girls’ Club. 28. Maj. Kershaw orders regiment to shave. Exempt: Gibbs. Excuse: That school girl complexion. 29. MacFarland dsiZZled by floodlights. Lynn Classical wins as Ross’ crew suffers stage fright at Manning Bowl. 30. Anne Hadley and staff appear in a flash with the Flash. OCTOBER 2. Banking! Mr. Thompson finds the bank key in other pair of pants. Wood comments (in envy?) : “At least he had another pair!” 3. The worm turns! Extra drill for officers. 4. At assembly J. Vinayak Bhanbal explains why natives of India walk. (Gas for autos — $1.25 per gal) 88 THE SENIOR FLICKER College of Liberal Arts Offers a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundaton for the understanding of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. The purpose of this program is to give the student a lib- eral and cultural education and a vocational competence which fits him to enter some specific type of useful employment. College of Business Administration Offers a college progTam with broad and thorough training in the principles of business with specialization in Accounting, Journalism, Banking and Finance, Public Administration, Industrial Administration or Marketing and Advertising. Instruction is through lectures, solution of business problems, class discussions, motion pictures and talks by business men. College of Engineering Provides complete college programs in Engineering with profes- sional courses in the fields of Civil, Mechanical (with Diesel, Aeronau- tical, and Air Conditioning options). Electrical, Chemical, Industrial Engineering, and Engineering Administration. General engineering- courses are pursued during the freshman year; thus the student need not make a final decision as to the branch of engineering in which he wishes to specialize until the beginning of the sophomore year. Co-operative Plan The Co-operative Plan, which is available to upperclassmen in all courses, provides for a combination of practical industrial experience with classroom instruction. Under this plan the student is able to earn a portion of his school expenses as well as to make business contacts which prove valuable in later years. Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Pre-legal Programs Available FOR CATALOG — MAIL THIS COUPON AT ONCE XORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Please send me a catalog of the [ ] College of Liberal Arts [ ] College of Engineering [ ] College of Business Administration [ ] Pre-legal Program Name - Address H-19 PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 89 5. (Jtlicers show resuits of extra drill. Regiment stands ama 2 ,ed as Tyne shouts his lirst eominand. 6. Mr. (Joleman asks JNatti to explain bells. Natti claims no knowledge of " belles.” 9. treshman hits lire extinguisher; lire extinguisher hits back. Mr. Wilder to the rescue. 10. Maj. Kershaw demonstrates military tactics when attacked by small boy with an air rifle. 1 1 . Bohemian glass blowing enthralls student audience. Mr. Howell initiates Cox to art of glass blowing. Cox all wet. 12. Gloucester bows to Swampscott 3 ' 0. 16. Tarr takes up permanent residence at Wheeler’s Point. 17. Extra drill tor Snap. He saluted Ethel instead of Pascucci. 18. Plash! Indians invade City Hail! (The Laubbins enact colorlul dances of " old buffalo days.”) 19. Middleton appears for drill wearing crimson tie. Danger for whom? 20. Jrlarriman reports loss of his class ring and Rampna. 23. Harriman finds class ring. Officers offer to search for Ramona. 24. Capt. Johnson fails to appear tor assembly. Oh, well, short periods any ' way. 25. dhe Tan ee sails into port a day late. We vote Skipper Johnson’s son our movie hero; and decide to pack our bags for a South Sea voyage. 26. Advance guard disperses mischievous mites at Burnham’s Field. (The regiment is safe now!) 27. Why did we win the Beverly game? The Senior Tea was the inspiration. 28. That exciting Beverly game! Even “Stonewall” holds his own. 30. Do we get any compensation for winning Beverly game? We do not! Cards issued. 31. Pat M. makes first appearance in school this year. NOVEMBER 1. Pat absent. Miss McAllester requests volunteers to search for him. En ' tire class offer services. 3. Golart and Medico play golf. Golart hits the ball in one. 6. Garyl burns Cabinet supper. Bob shops for fireless cooker. 7. Peggy C. and Phyl P. sing duet near office door. First floor corridor cleared in fifty seconds. 8. First chorus. 9. Parents’ night huge success. (Orange finds a cigar.) 10. Orange absent. 13. Glee Clubs rehearse for Christmas concert Sonny offers to be Santa Claus. (You can come down our chimney any time. Sonny.) 14. Mr. Rosen proposes movie for French Club. Wood holding out for Hedy La Marr picture. 15. Red Cross assembly. Jean S. advertises first aid. Ten injured in the rush. 16. Jean reports on Boy Dates Girl. Kay looks hopeful. 18. Lost: 10 yards at Winthrop game. (Sou2,a saw her, too. Hank.) 90 THE SENIOR FLICKER CAPE ANN S AVI N G S BANK All Massachusetts Mutual Savings Banks Incorporated Organized and Administered for the benefi t of those who wish to save. Make Your Savings Deposits Where Y ou See This Emblem Deposits in All Such Institutions Are Insured For Full Amount We are a member of the Deposit Insurance Fund of the Mutual Savings Central Fund Incorporated and our Depositors have the benefit of that protection. 109 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS lo t - ' lO THE SENIOR ELICKER 91 20. Pierce asked to model at local fashion show. (We thought Guittar had glamour, too.) 21. Wonson heads Roosevelt Club. Quote Wonson; “If history repeats itself, where is Marie Antoinette?” 22. Mr. Lane: “To succeed is an urge.” Betty always thought it was a drag. 3. Crowell rivals Sonny as “Cradle Snatcher.” 4. Sonny refuses to recognize Crowell as rival. Says its only a “fling.” 7. No football practice. Uniforms being cleaned for Thursday’s debut. 28. Wish vacation would begin today. 29. Football assembly. Cynthia beams sitting on stage with team. Decides to start My Day column in the Beacpn. 30. Annual clash with Peabody. Gloucester wins. DECEMBER 4. Muniz reports chest expansion of 40 inches . Inflation here to stay. 5. Advice to girls. To recall the pronounciation of romance remember the accent is on “Man.” (Thanks, Miss Harris.) 6. Political speeches in Miss Ford’s English class. George and Nauss again rivals. 7. Nauss promises soda fountain for new high school. Wimpy guarantees him one vote. 8. George makes dynamic speech. Promises tooth picks for lunchroom and a date bureau for bashful boys. 11. Rumor has it Nauss will date all girls who vote for him. 12. Nauss wins election! Senior girls request admission to Miss Ford ' s class. 13. Nauss disappointed. No medal for being mayor. Only criticism. 14. Wonson claims $5 missing from Roosevelt Club treasury. Mr. Frazier didn’t know there was $5 in the treasury. 15. Taunton here we come! On with the dance. 18. Just one week to Christmas! 20. Double assembly. The oflicers get promotions for Christmas gifts. JANUARY 2. Student body returns to haunt the high school. 3. Milton Harris wears a Christmas necktie. We blame his artistic sense. 4. We should have blamed his girl friend. 5. Snow falls and so do more girls for our senior heroes. 8. Freshman girls’ favorite song — “Oh, Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh”! He’s tops on their Hit Parade. 9. Miss Harris buys Color Harmony for library after Scott wears his orange shirt. 10. Geoffrey Morgan speaks at assembly on “What’s the Use of Education?” If he doesn’t know, how should we? 11. Just another Thursday. 12. Roosevelt club dance. Jitterbugs keep warm in midst of snowmen and icicles. 92 THE SEHIOR FLICKER F. J. BABSON COMPANY GUS CHEKARES CUNNINGHAM KERR MARGARET G. FANNING J. A. JOHNSON, Inc. ELIOT W. LOVETT G. EVERETT MAHONY, Inc. RICHARD L. MOREY PRESSON INSURANCE AGENCY GEORGE STEELE’S SONS VIERRA OLIVER PLACE YOUR INSURANCE WITH MEMBERS OF THE CAPE ANN BOARD OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 93 15. Barnard has sniffles. Blames decorations at dance. 16. Barnard absent. 17. N. H. S. meeting last four hours. Tyne " " reports New ' decided (censored by Miss Gale.) 18. Bud Muni , basketball captain, gets five bids to Leap Year party. The price of popularity! 19. Basketball five beat Haverhill 27T0. Honor Society candy committee goes in hole 25 c. 22. Members of Honor Society absent due to acute indigestion. 23. Jimmy Brown joins the Loyal Order of Hitchhikers. Suffers from thin soles and rundown heels. 24. Phyllis tries Elizabeth Barrett’s technique on the boy friend after seeing “Barretts of Wimpole Street.” 25. Phyllis returns to her own sweet technique. 26. Dear Friday — how we love thee! 29. French club engages Madame Bovary. 30. Madame Bovary in Study hall today. 31. Ayer, Johnson, and Kenneson decide to join French army after seeing Madame Bovary. FEBRUARY 1. Drive for class dues starts. Tribou pawns class ring. 2. Miss Harris announces that class will study Certain Rich Man. Boys want to substitute the life of an heiress. 5. Juniors prepare to elect class officers. Remember when? Ah, woe is we! 6. Cast of Twelfth N ght hears Orson Welles’ Mercury Theater recording. Decide he’s nearly as good as G. H. S. cast. 7. Assembly. Mr. Frigard at last has a chance to talk. 8. Gloucester R.O.T.C. rifle team wins over Beverly Girls’ Rifle Club in annual match. George gets one more medal and a Beverly girl. 9. Mr. Lewis Hoskins and television. Chet Wonson looks in mirror and goes searching for Indian assembly. 12. Lincoln’s birthday. We blush to consider the difficulties he overcame in getting an education. 13. Lewis suggests class motto: “All that glitters is not gold.” Does he refer to our blondes? 14. Mother ' Daughter Banquet. Muriel kept waiting at the church. Shades of St. Valentine! 15T6 No school. Muriel given opportunity to recover from broken heart. 19. What! School again? Where’s the weather man? 20 ' 21 Our friend the weather man is back again. 22. And here’s George Washington! 23. So on to a pleasant vacation. 94 THE SENIOR FLICKER Best Wishes TO TH E CLASS OF 1940 FROM THE Gloucester High School Lunch Counter PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 95 MARCH 4. “In like a lion and out like a lamb.” The only thing we’re roaring about is getting back to the grind. 5. Ah me! Spelling begins. . .Why not Kay Keyser’s way? 6. Another day! It’s easy for us to “Spell man — m am; spell ran — r-am”, but when it comes to “Spell ecclesiastical” — heck, we’re stumped. 7. And there’s the story of the fellow who never could spell “ida crasy.” It couldn ' t possibly be “idio-syncrasy,” could it, Joe Fava2,2,a? 8. Spell-downs today. More first downs in thirty minutes than the cham- pion football team scored in a season. 11. Connie P. and Thelma Mitchell declare — after seeing “Gone With The Wind” — that what Gloucester needs is more Rhett Butlers. 12. Walt Ayer claims that he has ears like Rhett Butler. Now if he can only get the technique. 13. Wimpy Melanson, after seeing G. W. T. W., claims that he can’t see what Gable’s got that he hasn’t. A mustache is just ONE item. 14. Lewis and Black inspected. Nauss comments on the shiny buttons, medals, and seats of trousers. 15. Day off on account of rain. 18. Tommy T., Weston, and Ray appear on the popular 920 club program. Crosley rating of 920 club drops 50%. 19. No spring vacation. Holland starts petition for the week off. 20. Holland voted most popular boy. 21. Nauss receives commission from Esquire for modeling job. See snapshot page. 22. George gets new medal! Total weight five lbs. 25. Libby desperate for amusement goes out to walk. Breaks ankle. What the younger generation won’t do to be amused. 26. Gibbs gives “eyes right” as the first battalion passes Libby’s house. Ain’t love grand. 27. Crime does not pay. Bob McNair sticks himself on Miss Marr’s missing compass. 28. Chester Wonson receives commissions from Red-Heart and Father John’s Medicine. That snapshot page should charge for advertising space. 29. Presentation Night! Band not chosen Winner. Band refuses to play until Lowe consoles squad by awarding them Lone Ranger pins. APRIL 1. No school today. April fool. 2. Office Report: Lost — Gold and black fountain pen. Reward. Lowe and Crowell study Great Detective Stories of All Times. 3. Polly writes essay on Midshipman. (Personal experience, Polly?) 4. Ginnie W. exhibits frog’s brain. (Wish we had a college beau.) 5. Lights go out at City Hall. Melanson shines. 8. Gracie s dog missing. Surplus supply of ham sandwiches at lunch counter. 9. Charlotte throws tea — tea throws guests. 96 THE SENIOR FLICKER Compliments of WINGAERSHEEK TRIBE No. 12 Improved Order of Red Men Compliments of GLOUCESTER LODGE OF ELKS PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 97 10. Miss Ford able to hear herself speak. “Flash” Hadley has larengitis. 11. Phyllis Perry dreamy eyed. No, its not love. Just that East Gloucester rooster that keeps crowing at dawn. 12. Friday. Phyllis is still disconsolate. She’s afraid the rooster doesn’t understand that Saturday is her morning to sleep. 15. Belated meeting of class Motto Committee. Committee’s motto should be “Better late than never.” 16. Mr. Harris uses rules for washing dishes to illustrate a fine point in law. 17. Mothers contribute to a scholarship fund to encourage Mr. Harris to carry on his “home helpers” department. 18. Miss McGrew asks class to compare March with Bruni. Class bellows, “Windy.” 22. Gus’ picture in “Flash.” Sylvia monopoli 2 ;es Times circulation. 23. Dorothy absent. Regiment marches to Washington Street. 24. Major Kershaw announces a deficit of $120. Officers vote to pawn George’s medals. 25. Tyne works on theory for colored air, 26. Chemistry class finds Room 31a “Blue World.” 29. This would be the first day of our vacation — if we had a vacation. MAY 1. May Day. Madelyn ushers in spring with May-pole dance at “Cut.” 2. Madelyn confined to home with severe cold. 3. This would be the last day of our spring vacation — if we had a spring vacation. 6. Gracie arrives at school looking glum. (No letter from Phil for a week.) 7. Long drill. 8. Pierce autographs 1000 slips of paper to distribute to his admiring public. 9. Pierce has a balance of 999 autographed slips. 10. Mr. Harris explains the law of supply and demand to Pierce. 11. Glee Club journey to Wellesley for state festival. 1 3 . Sunny day — • clear skies. 14. Solford tries his jester act in English. Decides, on his way to the floor supervisor, that Shakespeare didn’t understand about class rooms and teachers when he wrote, “All the world’s a stage — .” 15. General assembly. Crowell and Sonny petition that freshmen be allowed to attend. 16. Miss Moore demonstrates waltz; time a t senior chorus. Thompson proves able partner. Frontierrio jealous. 17. Junior Tea dance held in gym. Bud has difficulty balancing tea cup on knee. Reminds us of liP Abner. 20. Ossifers have jitters. Inspection tomorrow. 21. Inspection held at stadium. 22. Melanson absent. Yesterday was too much. 23. Inspection over. Now to drill for Field Day. 24. Just think, in a few more weeks we won’t be able to complain about Friday’s bells. 98 THE SEXIOR FLICKER Our Best Wishes Most Sincere Congratulations TO THE CLASS of 1940 FROM THE CLASSES OF 1941 - 1942 . 1943 PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 99 27. Banking stops for year. Jimmy’s broke anyway. Holds record as only senior to bank all year. 28. Black visits Mr. Coleman’s “little office” for last time. Mr. Coleman looks for better prospects next year. 29. Pre Memorial day assembly. 31. Shaker day! JUNE As You Like It 3. School opens 11 o’clock. Principal Johnson announces school to close at noon. 4. Lunch counter to give away box lunch with every purchase of 5 cents or more. 5. Every cadet promoted to rating of colonel. 6. Special announcement. Miss Harris announces there will be no final exam. 7. Baron Hugo to play for Farewell Party. (You’re welcome for the plug, Gordon!) 10. Bank pays dividends. All who banked to receive huge bonus. 1 1 . Senior classes held in new building. 14. Graduation. New high school attracts more attention than caps and gowns. 19. Annual Farewell party in high school gymnasium. Holland blossoms out in rented Tux. 20. Presentation Day. Pri2,es for everybody. 100 THE SENIOR FLICKER WARREN A. EL WELL F. J. BABSON SON INSURANCE Safe Deposit and Trust Co. Building Gloucester, Massachusetts Telephone 1561 COMPLIMENTS OF GRIFFIN AND COMPANY 50 COMMERCIAL STREET Telephone 2700 PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER lOI GRINDS Artist Harris: Do you like it? Muriel C. : Scrumptious! Abso- lutely makes your mouth water! Harris: I say — go easy. That’s hardly the way to describe a sunset. Muriel: Sunset! I thought it was a pudding. D. Grant: Father was pleased when I told him you were a poet. J. Brown: Oh, I’m glad to hear that. Dot: Yes, the last of my boy friends he tried to throw out was an amateur boxer. Dench: At the party last night I won the pri2;e for being the homliest man. Sofford: You chump; why did you take such a chance by attending the party? Dench : Because I thought you were going to be there. C. McKown : I’m publishing a newspaper. Anne H. : Maybe I can help you I’ve had experience in journalism. C. McKown: All right; I’ll make you my problem editor. There’s no salary. Anne H. : No salary? How can I live? K. McKown: That’s your first problem. Barber: Do you want anything on your face when I’m finished, sir? W. Middleton: Well, I hope you’ll leave my nose. S. Webber: I get paid for what I know, not for what I do. B. Vale: But how do you live? W. MacFarland: Was that sand ' wich you sold me just now quite fresh? Waiter: Quite, sir. Each sand ' wich we sell is wrapped in trans ' parent air ' tight paper. Walter: Dear me! I wish I’d known about the paper. Autoist (after hitting Jimmie) : Here’s a dollar, my man; I’ll send you more if you’ll give me your name. J. Brown: Nothing doing! You can’t run over me on the installment plan. L. Brown: Look, waiter, is this peach or apple pie? P. Presson : Can’t you tell from the taste? Brown: No, I can’t. Polly: Then what difference does it make? R. Melanson : Why is Mac so down in the mouth? Carroll W. : He bought a score card at the football game this after ' noon, and neither side scored. Boss: (To new office boy) : Son, do you know the motto of this firm? W. Kay: Sure, it’s “push.” Boss: Where’d you ever get that idea? Kay: I saw it on the door as I came in. W. Black: Nowadays one can’t trust anybody — the grocer gave me a lead quarter this morning. E. Kenneson: Let me see it. Weston: I can’t. I paid the milk ' man with it. 102 THE SENIOR FLICKER Compliments of ROGERS ISINGLASS GLUE COMPANY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1940 KODAK SUPPLIES SPOUTING GOODS PAINTERS’ NEEDS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES CHARLES J. GRAY SONS, Inc. 129 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 103 THE SEHIOR FLICKER Judge: So you tried to drive by the offieer after he blew his whistle? H. Johnson: Your honor, Fm deaf. Judge: That may be true, but you’ll get your hearing in the morn ' ing. Williamson: You love to go to history, don’t you, Robert. Irving: Yes, sir. Williamson: What do you expect to learn today? Irving: The date of the party. J. Orange: Why do you have a round hole in your front door? R. Dench: Oh, that’s for circular letters. H. Johnson: Do you approve of your neighbor’s ambition to go on the operatic stage? D. Blatchford: Well, er er ' yes and no. I most assuredly approve of her going away to sing. A. Hadley: Hurrah, five dollars for my latest story. C. Crowe: Congratulations. From whom did you get the money? A. Hadley : From the express com- pany; they lost it. Who’s there? inquired Saint Peter. It is I, was the answer. Go away. We don’t want any more school teachers. Park: Take I2V2 from 29I 4 and what’s the difference? M. Macy: Yes, that’s what I say. Who cares anyhow? J. McLean: Papa told me to tell you to invest all you can in copper; it’s going up. Frank P. : Tell your father I haven’t a copper to invest. J. Symonds: If I go to your house now, will I find your sister in? Little brother : Depends on whether youse can run faster dan me. She told me to let her know if I saw you coming. J. Marshal: That building is a reg- ular fire trap. Landlord: I’ve just repaired it. J. Marshal: Can’t help it; nearly every fellow that gets a job there gets fired. R. Gibbs: Some achieve greatness; others have greatness thrust upon them. B. Nauss: You’re telling me! I’m wearing army shoes, too! D. Amero: Do you think there would be a position here for a high school graduate? Office Boy: There will be tomor- row if the boss doesn’t raise my salary. Mr. Rook: Can you give Caryl the luxuries to which she has been accustomed? Bob W. : Not much longer. That’s why I want to get married! D. Hollaran: Someone has stolen my car. R. Bruni : Those antique dealers will stop at nothing. R. Wood: I have a most wonder- ful family tree. Caryl R. : Really, and what are you — the sap? Mrs. Irving: Let, were you a good boy in church today? Lester: Yes, a man offered me a big plate of money and I said, “No, thank you.” 104 THE SENIOR FLICKER COMPLIMENTS OF GIRLS’ CLUB OF Gloucester High School COMPLIMENTS OF KRUGER FRATERNITY TO Class of 1940 PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 105 Charlotte W. : When I was in Egypt, I visited the pyramids, and some of them were literally covered with hieroglyphics. Theora H. : I hope none of them got on you; some of those foreign insects are terrible. Mr. M.: What type of young man is that new friend of yours? Melba: Well, he says he has ah ways wanted a good home. Mr. M. : That sounds promising. Melba: Yes, and he likes ours. Mr. Lewis: What kind of grades did you make this term? Caspar: All right in everything but one study, and in that Lm like Washington and Lincoln. Mr. Lewis: How’s that? Caspar: I went down in history. J. Kershaw: Have you ever read To A Field Mouse? D. Crant: No! How do you get them to listen? Professor: Yes, you certainly have a voice, though a little training is necessary. Sofford: Really sir. As a tenor or light baritone? Professor: M’m — how about auc- tioneering? Miss Harris: What is the plural of hippopotamus. Cibbs: The plural of hippopota- mus is hd ' p " p ' 0 " Oh, well, who’d want more than one, anyway? Crandma was shocked when her granddaughter appeared wearing a backless evening gown, and Crannie put on a lecture. Crannie: It’s shameless. I dread to think what your mother would say if she saw you in that dress. Cynthia: I dread it, too. It’s her dress! Joe: Only that little scrap of jam for me? Mrs. Sou a: That’s not for you, that’s for Marilyn. Joe: What! All that for her? Miss Harris: James, can you give me an example of a paradox? J. Brown: Yes. A man walking a mile and only moving two feet. Miss Burke: Now, can anyone tell me what has greater power than the king? R. Melanson : The duce of trumps. Mrs. Brown: Did Ralph enjoy the party? Mrs. Barnard : I think so. He wasn’t hungry ’till 5:30 the follow- ing afternoon. Mrs. Works: Virginia, I told you to practice your duet with Freddy. Then why is he playing by himself? Virginia: Oh, he’s so slow, I fin- ished first. Miss Hammons: Harold, can you tell me what a hypocrite is? Harold Muni : Yes, it’s a boy who comes to school every morning with a smile on his face. Mr. Williamson: Do you like your new teacher? Wayne: She’s all right. Mr. Williamson: Is she smart? Wayne: Well, she knows more than I do. Shop assistant: Would you like to look through some of our towels, miss? Ida Welch: No, I want some I can’t look through. Census Taker: What is William’s average income? Mrs. Crowell : Oh, about one a.m. 106 THE SENJOR FLICKER TEL. 960 ANDON STUDIOS Official Photographer of the Faculty of Gloucester High Class of 1940 COMPLIMENTS OF MERCHANTS BOX COMPANY Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR ELICKER 107 Mr. Coleman : And so we find that heat expands things and eold eontracts them. Can anyone give me an example of this? W. Black: Yes, sir. The days are longer in the summer. R. Levie: Do you happen to re call the old saying: “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Bruni: I certainly do, stranger. Gibbs: It may be cruel to tell you this, but at the party last night, your sister promised to become my wife. Will you forgive me for taking her away? Bud W. : Forgive you? Why, man, that’s what the party was for! Employer: I hope you don’t sit and twiddle your thumbs when I’m not in the office. C. Russell: Oh no, sir. I have my knitting. Answers! Prose arc men who play games for money, and are quite different from poets. A fugue is what you get in a room full of people with all the doors and windows shut. A cuckoo lays other birds’ eggs in its own nest, and viva voce. Letters in sloping print are called hysterics. The Minister of War is the clergy- man who preaches to the soldiers in barracks. In America, people are put to death by elocution. T. Doucette: That girl thinks that no man is good enough for her. O. Rose: She may be right. T. Doucette : She may be left, too. Senior: I’ve shirked some, but I don’t think I deserve a 2;ero. Teacher: Neither do I, but it’s the lowest mark I’m allowed to give. ADVERTISERS: The Class of 1940 and the 1940 Flicker Staff appreciate your cooperation. Thank You! FELLOW STUDENTS: The business and professional men and women who have advertised in this 1940 Flicker de- serve your cooperation. Show your appreciation by patronizing them. The Flicker Staff! PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS I OS THE SEjCIOR flicker HENRY THE HATTER Manufacturers of FUR FELT HATS W holesale -■ Retail 93 Main Street 109 Munroe Street Gloucester L uin, Mass. THE COOPER-BESSEMER CORPORATION L. C. McEWEX District Manager 49 Duncan Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of O’NEIL NEWMAN ... MILK ... 357 Essex Avenue Gloucester, Mass. EVERY BANKING SERVICE GLOUCESTER SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 109 Compliments of L. B. NAUSS SONS, Inc. Telephone 195 JOHN F. HOWARD CO. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Authorized Ag-ent for GENERAL ELECTRIC OIL FURNACE and AIR CONDITIONING PRODUCTS 19 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of L. EDMUND KLOTZ ... IJSSUR ilSCE ... Telephone 2468 Ledge Road East Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of anb arolb jH. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 110 THE SENIOR FLICKER Placement Service Provided Tree to all Graduates Hi i|| Previotis Commercial Training Not R e - quired for Entrance Where S uccess Stories of Tomorrow e ►egin to 1 ake Form For 61 years, Burdett College has been offering specialized business training to the young people of New England. In its modern structure in Lynn, occupied exclusively by the school, and its new five-story building in Boston, the success stories of tomorrow begin to take form. Here young men and women acquire solid foundations in business fundamentals, in skill subjects, and cultural-social studies. They learn to think for themselves, and to think straight. Carry hope into achievement by deciding now to learn more about Burdett College — its experienced faculty — its enviable reputation among employers. LYNN Burdett College Send for Day or Evening Catalogue 74 Mt. Vernon Street, Lynn, Mass. LYnn 2-0234 Fall Term Begins September 3, 1940 EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES . . . Often present real problems to parents. If your family budget is upset by any unusual need, remem- ber that responsible persons may borrow from $50. up., under our Time Payment Plan. You need not be a depositor to use this low-cost personal loan ser- vice with provisions for systematic repayment over an extended period. GLOUCESTER NATIONAL BANK OF GLOUCESTER MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 111 In Thinking of Your Business future Remember This: Stendtypy is New in Success Opportunities in Better Pay @ in Job Security • in Operating Comfort % in Popularity with Executives 0 in Cultural Satisfaction. PART, but a big part, of your preparation for a good job in the business world is the kind of shorthand system you will use in taking dictation. Thousands of young men and women have chosen Stenotypy — why? Because iPs easier, faster, simpler . . . the modern new “machine way” that gives finer results, with less labor. Call, phone, or write THE STENOTYPE HANCOCK 5010 1217 LITTLE BLDG. BOSTON, MASS. FOR DEPENDABLE PERSONAL SERVICE Insure With AVA W. POOLE GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of A FRIEND PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 112 THE SEHIOR FLICKER JOHN ALDEN COAL COMPANY, Inc. COAL — OIL MO rOKSTOKER — JOHNSON OIL BURNER Whittemore Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of PROGRESSIVE OIL COMPANY LEO LINQUATA, Manager Commercial Street Telephone 2000 Compliments of PRESSON’S ICE CREAM CO. 87 Rogers Street Telephone 2212 RICHARD C. TARR RICHARD W. TARR CAPE ANN TICKET AND LABEL CO. ... COMMEKCIAL PRINTING ... 222 Eastern Avenue Telephone 2686-W PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 113 YOU DO NOT NEED A BANK ACCOUNT TO PAY BILLS WITH PERSONAL CHECKS . . . ASK FOR REGISTER CHECKS AT THIS BANK SIMPLE — CONVENIENT — INEXPENSIVE CAPE ANN NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of EAST GLOUCESTER PHARMACY Compliments of THE ATLANTIC SUPPLY COMPANY Compliments of FISHERIES CO., LTD. GORTON-PEW PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 114 THE SENJOR FLICKER 0 Building Material 0 Fuel 0 Automatic Heat THE GLOUCESTER COAL LUMBER CO. PIERS — OFFICES — YARDS 43-87 DUNCAN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of ARMSTRONG SHOE COMPANY SPORT SHOES GRADUATION SHOES GRADUATION SUITS at EARL O. PHILLIPS Smart Shop for Men and Boys 159 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. HOW CAN I SAVE? Try This Plan: Buy One or More Shares in the . . . GLOUCESTER CO-OPERATIVE BANK (You won’t miss it) put that definite amount REGULARLY in the BANK, where it will eam the highest interest for you — you’ll be surprised how easy it is to save after once started. Start l otv — You will keep it up once you get started Assets $4,100,000 FULLY INSURED PATRONIZE OUR 1040 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER M5 GliADUATION UNDEKWEAR AND HOSIERY FAVORITE CORSET SHOP Telephone 692-W 11 Washington Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of CONSOLIDATED LOBSTER CO., Inc. W orl(Ts Largest Distributors of LOBSTERS GLOUCESTER BOSTON Compliments of GLOUCESTER CATHOLIC MEN’S CLUB 138 MAIN STREET Compliments of TIDEWATER ENGINEERING COMPANY PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 116 THE SENJOR FLICKER Exclusive Distributors for the Worlds s Finest MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS CONN BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS SOPRANI AND EXCELSIOR ACCORDIONS, LEEDY DRUMS SELMER BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS Visit Our New Jewelry Department Featuring- Waltham, Premier, Elgin, Hamilton and Gnien Watches For the Graduate Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing SANDLER’S 136 Main Street Telephone 269-M Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. 205 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. J. COYLE EXPRESS Boston — Providence — Gloucester W orcester and Springfield Gloucester, Mass. Telephone 3800 Compliments of CAPT. LESTER S. WASS Post No. .3 American Legion PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER in RAILROAD AVENUE MARKET Corner of Pearl and School Streets Gloucester, Mass. CHANTICLEER ICE CREAM Pal for Your Palate Telephone 485 Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of RECREATION BOWLING ALLEYS Meet your friends here and spend a joyous afternoon or evening Bowling is the best exercise! FURNITURE DRAPERIES CARPETS UPHOLSTERY C. F. TOMPKINS CO. Quality Furniture for Every Room 67 Middle Street Gloucester, Mass. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 118 THE SENIOR FLICKER Compliments of CHARLES F. STRONG Wholesale Confectioner Compliments of GLOUCESTER GARAGE COMPANY GEORGE K. ROGERS CO. JEV ELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS CASH — CREDIT 150 Main Street Tel. 1438-M Gloucester, Mass. L. D. LOTHROP SONS FISHING TACKLE and FISHERMEN’S OUTFITS 68-70 Duncan Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of Success Manufacturing Company GLOUCESTER, MASS. SILVA BROS. LANDSCAPE GARDENERS and FLORISTS 5 Granite Street, Rockport Tel. Rockport 526 Compliments of Tel-Rad Company NATIONAL Peter J. Ktistes, Prop. BUTCHERS Radio and Electrical Engineers jy MAIN STREET 133 MAIN STREET Telephone 2852 Telephone 505 GLOUCESTER, MASS. GLOUCESTER, MASS. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 119 What Are You Doing Tomorrow? If you’re stepping’ out with a nursing notion, see our NURSE’S WATCH at $12. Small Wrist Watch, Sweep Second Dial. BLANCHARD JEWELER GIUDUATION SPECIALS $3.35 to $8.00 BROWNES WALK OVER SHOE SHOP Compliments of THEODOSIA 18 PLEASANT STREET Compliments of GLOUCESTER AUTO BUS COMPANY Compliments of D. O. FROST Compliments of Compliments of PERKINS CORLISS NORTH SHORE THEATRE PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS Compliments of LUFKIN’S DINER ANDREW LUFKIN, ...Caterer... 120 THE SENIOR FLICKER FRANK M. SHURTLEFF Wholesale and Retail BOOKSELLER, NEWSDEALER AND STATIONER OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 114 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of BOWEN BROS PLUMBING — HEATING 20 Marsh Street Telephone 2238 SUNNYSIDE FARM QUALITY MILK 43 High Street POULTRY AND EGGS Lanesville, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of ALPER’S CLOTHING STORE PRODUCER’S FISH HART GARAGE COMPANY AUTOMOTIVE AND MARINE SERVICE 447 MAIN STREET Compliments of JOHN D. GILLIS 146 MAIN STREET FIVE BARBERS NO WAITING DINE AT THE BUSY BEE RESTAURANT 84 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 121 Compliments of . His Horior the Mayor Honorable Sylvester F. Whalen Compliments of DR. EARLE R. ANDREWS Compliments of DR. GEORGE C. BARRON EYESIGHT SPECIALIST 120 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of DR. B. M. BRODER Compliments of DR. J. FLETCHER BURNHAM Compliments of DR. W. J. CALLAHAN Compliments of DR. DAVID COHEN PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 122 THE SENIOR FLICKER BEST WISHES of the ART CLUB Compliments of DER DEUTCHE VEREIN Compliments of FRENCH CLUB Compliments of LATIN CLUB Compliments of NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OF GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL Compliments of ROOSEVELT CLUB Compliments of A FRIEND PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR ELICKER 123 I 169-171 MAIN STREET, GLOUCE STER A Store for Youth Apparel and Accessories for Misses! Clothing and Furnishings for Men Where Quality mid Value Go II and in Ilwmd III FOR QUICK ENERGY, TRY OUR ICE CREAM AND CANDIES MADE DAILY ON PREMISES RANSELLEAR TOWLE 118 MAIN STREET W. H. HOLMES RADIO FOR YOUR HOMES — HOLMES FOR YOUR RADIO PARSONS’ SERVICE STATION Corner Rogers Duncan Streets (Opposite Police Station) Gloucester, Massachusetts W. J. Parsons, Proprietor Telephone 36 Compliments of THE TAVERN Compliments of NATIONAL HOUSE FURNISHING CO. 19(;-198 MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 1904 Gloucester’s Oldest Ehirniture Store We Invite Your Inspection of Our New Jewelry Department Emp PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISER.S 124 THE SENIOR FLICKER ALLIED SHOE STORE SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Variety Plus Style in YOUR Graduation Shoes! 139 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of ROY REED’S GARAGE DeSOTO and PLYMOUTH SALES and SERVICE 67 EAST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 1348 Compiments of Gloucester Artillery Associates 266 MAIN STREET Compliments of Compliments of FRIEND’S AHOLA BAKERY DAIRY Miss Esther Del Torchio TUCK’S TUCK’S CANDIES — MRS. ALBEE’S PASTRIES 142 MAIN STREET Compliments of GOON TOY Compliments of BOULEVARD SWEET SHOP yy WESTERN AVENUE GLOUCESTER, MASS. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR FLICKER 125 H. WALLACE LANE MILK AND CREAM Raw — Pasteurized — Grade A 473 Washing-ton Street Gloucester, Mass. THE Y. M. C. A. OFFERS YOUTH OPPORTUNITY ‘‘GET READY FOR A NEW DAY!” Compliments of DAL MITCHELL and his MUSIC NOW ENGAGED AT LAKESIDE OUTING CLUB ROUTE 97 — TOPSFIELD Compliments of Gloucester High School Glee Clubs Compliments of A FRIEND PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 126 THE SENIOR FLICKER Compliments of DR. JOSEPH A. FIAHLO Compliments of DR. C. PERCY McLEAN Compliments of DR. WALTER J. POWERS Compliments of DR. A. H. PURDY REGISTERED CHIROPODIST Compliments of DR. GEORGE H. TAYLOR Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of G. ALLYN BROWN LEO B. GRIMES PIANO TUNING, VOICING AND REPAIRING TEACHER OF SAXOPHONE AND CLARINET 22 Church Street Telephone 315 PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SENIOR ELICKER 127 HALUS RADIO ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 28 Hancock Street Gloucester, Mass. PETER FAVAZZA SONS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS 37 Commercial Street Tel. 1618 Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of FOSTER’S DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Maillard’s Candies Sodas EMERY W. DAVIS AUTO AND MARINE ELECTRICIAN EXIDE BATTERIES 20 Rogers Street Telephone 2983 Compliments of BURKE’S EXPRESS 27 Pearl Street Telephone 1778 Compliments of P. N. HODGKINS OLDSMOBILE — CHEVROLET Compliments of CAPE ANN FISHERIES, Inc. A COAT OR DRESS FOR EVERY OCCASION at the ADASKO FASHION SHOP “Where Quality and Individuality Prevail’’ 211 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 128 THE SEHIOR FLICKER CUNNINGHAM PAINT COMPANY CONTRACT PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS Complete Line of Paints, Wall Papers, Painters’ Supplies Telephone Connection DRESSES UNDERWEAR BELL SHOPS 168 MAIN STREET — TEL. 2665 HOSIERY SPORTSWEAR Compliments of CATHERINE W. KENNEDY ... BEAUTY SALON ... PERMANENTS — FACIALS — MANICURES Compliments of HILDONEN’S MARKET BAKERY LANESVILLE, MASS. CHARLIE WISE AUTOMOBILE AND MARINE ENGINES REPAIRED 56 PARKER STREET Compliments of WEST END TAXI Compliments of L. E. C O M E A U PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 276 Main Street Gloucester, Massachusetts Compliments of WILLOW REST BOWLING ALLEYS ’ATKONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEHIOR FLICKER 129 Compliments of THE LOBSTER SHACK Frank E. Davis Rogers Street OLD GLOUCESTER SHORE DINNERS Regular Dinners and Lunches Compliments of PARKHURST MARINE RAILWAY CO. ALL KINDS OF WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO GLOUCESTER, MASS. FRANKLIN-LEE BEAUTY SHOPPE Alice Smith, Prop. — Harriet Spittle, Assistant PERMANENTS A SPECIALTY 89 Washington Street Telephone 1914-J MERCHANT’S RADIO PHOTO SUPPLIES RADIO EQUIPMENT CAPE ANN MOTORS, Inc. 95 BASS AVENUE GLOUCESTER, MASS TELEPHONE 850 — 851 Compliments of HENDERSON JOHNSON, Inc. NORTON’S DRESS SHOP DRESSES — COATS — MILLINERY — SKIRTS — SWEATERS BLOUSES — HOSIERY — BAGS — GLOVES, ETC. Your Reliable Family Shoe Store for 28 Years Always the Best Quality at Lower Prices Than Usually Obtained Elsewhere DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM THE NORTH SHORE THEATRE PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 130 THE SEHIOR FLICKER ‘‘JACK’S’ DENT SHOP DUCO AND DULUX REFINISHING Auto Body and Fender Dents Removed — “So You’d Never Know” 27 Ro. -ers St. Rear of Strand Theatre Gloucester, Mass. “Jack’’ Kantala Phones: Shop, Glou. 506; Home, Rockport 825 Compliments of ART JEWELRY COMPANY NORTH SHORE’S MOST BEAUTIFUL STORE 113 MAIN STREET L. E. SMITH COMPANY That’s the name to keep in mind when you want — Garden Supplies — Electrical Appliances — General Hardware 221-223 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of CLUB DINER 254 MAIN STREET ALWAYS OPEN 24 HOUR SERVICE NEVER CLOSED Compliments of BLATCHFORD BROTHERS .... BEVERAGES ... 182 Washington Street Telephone 855 Compliments of FAULK BROTHERS ... CONTRACTORS ... 2 Gloucester Avenue Telephone 1771 THE WONDER SHOPPE Specializing in LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S WEARING APPAREL C. A. Rose, Proprietor 264 MAIN STREET HOME-MADE CANDIES AND SALTED NUTS NICHOLS’ CANDY KITCHEN 46 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. PATRONIZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS THE SEMJOR FUCKER 131 G. EVERETT MAHONEY, Inc. ... INSURANCE ... Notary Public Telephone 1400 201 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. O’HEARN AND REED ‘The House of Quality” QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES 2 Andrews Street, Lanesville Telephone 896-2 Compliments of JULIAN BROS. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 18 Burnham Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of D. B. HODGKINS SONS Compliments of STANLEY WOOD fruit — CANDY — ICE CREAM — GROCERIES THE S. R. HARVEY CO. Wood — Coal — Oil Oil Masterkraft Burners Public Service Since 1880 Compliments of TEDDY’S LUNCHEONETTE BOB’S HABERDASHERY 247 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER ... GRADUATION SUITS ... MALLORY HATS — ARROW SHIRTS — ARROW UNDERWEAR ARROW NECKWEAR — GRADUATION SHIRTS PATROi IZE OUR 1940 ADVERTISERS 132 THE SEXIOR FLICKER AUTOGRAPHS THE SENIOR FLICKER 133 AUTOGRAPHS (TW 134 THE SENIOR FLICKER AUTOGRAPHS THE SEHIOR FLICKER J35 AUTOGRAPHS 136 THE SEHIOR FLICKER AVE ATQUE VALE Four pleasant and profitable years have passed and now we must bid farewell to our high school days. For ourselves and the stduent body, we are saying, “Farewell, old High School, and thanks for many happy days and pleasant memories which you will always recall.” The honor of being the first class to be grad ' uated from the new high school is to be ours; so our pride and interest in the school in years to come will be colored with pleasant per ' sonal memories for us. Then, in truth, may we say — sharing the joy of the old and the new — HAIL AND FAREWELL. r SAWYER FREE LIBRARY 3 1655 00129 4705 ACTIVE STORAGE ' ACTIVE STORAGE " GLOUCESTER. MASS. 0193Q


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