Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA)

 - Class of 1942

Page 1 of 128

 

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1942 Edition, Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1942 volume:

BanMlU«M4M FLICKER ACTIVE STORAGE 370 5 Gloucester, Mass. High School. Flicker 1942 t 1 V FLICKER mW 1 r I ill WfM j nm V 1 fWm 1 w s ii % yjm sMHWL 1 IHB i !|» i , - -; Im, ' ll „ ’ ' N| k 1 . •V«- l IP ' i T 7 «« IgLjr | jH 4 V J ;-rcn PltCLOtrii We, of the class of 1942, have had the strange and wonderful combination of the privileges of an adult and the liberties of a child during our four years of living in G.H.S. We can never again have that exact combination, for upon our graduation we assume the responsibilities of men and women. We have lived an experience that will be unique in our lives. Other than homework, we have had little genuine responsibility. For most of us this high school period has brought for the first time, the privilege of choosing our own friends and activities. Our high school companionships have in many cases been more enjoyable and lasting ones for this reason. The foundation for our future lives has been built here, and we have had fun as well as work in the building of it. We, of a war generation, will have more victories to win in life than will be won on the battle fields of World War II. We will be the ones who will have the tremendous job of readjustment and reconstruction after this war is over. Perhaps in those years-to-be, we will come across this book, and turning its pages, regain for a moment the spontaniety and happiness of our high school days, remembering " auld acquaintances " and experiences and perhaps gaining a moment ' s pleasure from remembering. 3 MR. ARTHUR N. SMITH 4t tlcci ) Os clA. , -t cJ vue cyiGstejjMibf dedicate oun, FUCKER Mr. Smith and Mr. Wil(l r for their thoughtfulness, their cooperation, and above all, their friendliness toward our student body. We appreciate especially all that they have done for us — the class of 1942 MR. EARLE F. WILDER n FU« IK CO-EDITORS Miss Marguerite Lovering Supervisor Mamie Chianciol Priscilla McKay Mr. Earle Wilder Photographic Supervisor FLICKER EDITORIAL STAFF Miss Helen Brotherton Assistant Supervisor Mr. Arthur Smith Assistant Supervisor Advertising Manager Helen Barusso Sales Manager Doris Hildoren Office Manager Charlotte Bradley Distribution Manager Margarita Gounaris Business Supervisor Mrs. Marion Woodruff Financial Class Roll Miss Carrie I. Woodbury Distribution Supervisor Miss B. H. Christopherson FUCKER BUSINESS STAFF cNamara, W. Harvey, M. Dagle, V. Friend, P. Shea, B. Wolfe, W. Bradley, L. Winer, P. Holmes. McDonald, P. Homans, A. Menken, C. Burgess, A. Pusateri, C. Pino, M. Geary, B. Stone, B. McKenna, B. Noble Rice, B. Harris, H. Nunes, D. Hildonen, sales manager; C. Bradley, office manager; H. Barusso, advertising manager distribution manager; V. Scola, M. Sulton. ott, H. Brown, E. Carlson, L. Tebo. ( CONTENTS PROLOGUE DEDICATION . . . FLICKER STAFF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION . FACULTY . SNAPSHOTS . SENIORS . SENIOR SUPERLATIVES AS YOU WERE . ACTIVITIES R. O. T. C. . ATHLETICS VOCATIONAL SCHOOL CLASS HISTORY SNAPSHOTS . FAREWELL A II II rsons E. Kathleen Brophy Helen C. Brotherton John F. Budrow Beatrice H . Christopherson Howard A. Curtis P. Joseph Corrigan Mildred E. Frostholm Lucille S. Gaffney Antonio Gentile Alfred Hagstrom Rosalynde Hammons Hortense L. Harris Dorothy A. Londergon Miss Margaret C. Tufts Dean of Girls Lillian A. McAllester Lt. Col. John McBride Grace E. McGinley Frances H. McGrew Lilian E. Mears John F. Nelson M. Evelyn Oliver Romaine E. Olson Winslow S. Parkhurst D. Bernard Pratt Henry Rosen Norman C. Ross Edna J. Rundquist Anna P. Savage Arthur N. Smith Mazie E. Smith Mabel Spofford Ellen A. Summerville Gladys B. Tarr J. Stanley Thompson Sgt. Charles W. Tucker Raymond C. White Earle F. Wilder Carrie 1. Woodbury Marion F. Woodruff rguerite Lovering Doris Lunderville leanor F. Moore Dorothy M. Murphy Josephine P. Ray Mr. Leonard H. Scott Director of Vocational School 1 ff r Aj : ' i v ' f--t, jj[ 3“ i)W SEN ICRS ! i WILLIAM CAHILL College 18 Conant Ave. Class President; Football, manager 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, captain 4; Track, assistant manager 2; Sawyer Medal 3; Glee Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Winner Intramural Basket- ball Tourney 3; Honors. Ambition — To get to college CUSS €F mi VIRGINIA LEE COX College 161 Washington St. Class Vice-President; Forensic League, district contest winner; Girls ' Club Cab- inet, vice-president 3, president 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mocking Bird; Tea Dance Committee, chairman 3, 4; Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Society; Highest Honors. A m l i lion — To keep on good terms with Bruce RICHARD MacNAMARA College 35 Trask St. Class Treasurer; Flicker Staff; Sawyer Medal 2; Latin Book Prize 2; Science Club 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roose- velt Club; Latin Club 1,2, 3, 4; Fresh- man Play; Twelfth Night; Prize Speaking Contest 2, 4; Perfect Attendance 2; Honors; Roosevelt Spelling Trophy, School Champion. Ambition — To be a linguist (in more ways than one ) ELEANOR CATHERINE O ' BRIEN College 9 Hale St., Rockport Class Secretary; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Mocking Bird; Glee Club I, 2, 3, secretary 4; Spanish Club 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Clut 3; Freshman Play; Secretary 4. Ambition — To live on a prune ranch with Priscilla 16 ANN ABBOTT General 212 Washington St. Flicker Staff: Service Club 2, 3: Dra- matics Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — Ask Helen MARY ELIZABETH ACKER General 18 Addison St. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 3, 4; Sawyer Medal 3: Girls ' Club Cabinet 2, 3, sec- retary 4; Biology Club, vice-president 3, president 4; Glee Club 3, 4: Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dra- matics Club 2, 3, 4; French Club I, 2, executive committee 3; Latin Club I, 2, 3; Art Club I; Mocking Bird; Twelfth Night; Freshman Play; Honorary Mem- ber Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Society; Perfect Attendance I, 2; Highest Honors. Ambition — To be what someone else isn’t BEATRICE ANNE ALPER College 335 Main Street Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff I, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Play; Mocking Bird; Twelfth Night; Latin Book Prize 2, 3; Honors. Ambition— To hitch my wagon to a star, but keep my feet on the ground MARY A. ABBOTT | College 88 Eastern Ave. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff I ; Service ,Club I, 2, secretary 3, president 4; French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1,2, 3, 4; tevens Book Reviewers, Librarian 4; Na- onal Honor Society 3, 4; Honorary ember Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, id Historical Association; Highest Hon- ors; Science Club 4. Ambition — To be as like my ideal as oossible and still be myself [ ARLENE ALTO Commercial — Steno. Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; BeagetT Staff; German Club 3, 4; Secr Mry 4. Ambition — To become a private secre- tary ELSIE ANDERSON GEORGE AMERO Vocational — Electrical 32 Bass Ave. Football I, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2 , 3 . Commercial — Steno. 7A S. Kilby St. Flash Staff; Service Club; Roosevelt II Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance, 2 , 3 . Ambition — To take dictation and then read it yj - NEIL ' j. AMERO General 8 Pew Court Ambition — To be an electrical engineer or an explorer RICHARD WILLIAM AMERO General 32 Bass Ave. Beacon Staff 3; Biology Club; Spanish Club 2, 3, chairman executive committee 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, president 4; Art Club 2; Twelfth Night; Mocking Bird; Prize Speaking 4; Round Table 2; Per- fect Attendance I. Ambition — To win friends and influence people WINIFRED ANDREWS General 31 Leonard St. Girls ' Club Cabinet 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mocking Bird. Ambition — To join the armed forces WILLIAM BISHOP General 9 Traverse St. German Club 2, 3; Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Ambition — To make people respect East Gloucester AGNES ELIZABETH BARROR Commercial 15 Marble St Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4 Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To get a job and be free HELEN BARUSSO Commercial — Steno. 19 N. Kilby St. Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; Beacon Staff; Bank, vice-president 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, Secretary 4; Honors. Ambition — To succeed in whatever I undertake CLIFFORD A. BENSON General 15 Cleveland St. Exhibition Platoon 3; Beacon Staff I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, 3, vice-president 4; German Club I, 2, vice-president 3; Art Club I, treasurer 2; National Honor So- ciety 4; Pinafore; Mocking Bird. Ambition — To join the U. S. M. C. EILEEN BA NFIELD General 48 Friend St. Essay Medal; Spanish Club I, 2; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Sec- retary 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Ambition — To get a job BARBARA P. IKL College ( A 7 Madison Ave. Freshman Spelling Champion; Latin Book Prize 2 , 3; College Women ' s Club Book Prize 3; Beacon Staff 2 , junior editor 3, editor 4; Glee Club 2 ; Service Club 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club I, 2 , 3, secretary 4; Stevens Book Reviewers, vice-president 4; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2; High- est Honors. Ambition — To own a boat like Norma ' s JOSEPH A. BOYER, JR. College 204 Washington St. Captain; Prize Squad 2 ; Exhibition Pla- toon 3; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Football business manager 3, 4; Sawyer Medal I; Charles B. Corliss A ward 2 ; Glee Club I, 2 ; Pinafore; Service Club I, 2 , 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, executive committee; French Club 2, 3, vice-president 4; Latin Club I, treasurer 2: National Honor So- ciety 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Honorary M ember Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, Historical Society; Honors. Ambition — To go to the U. of Maine DONALD R. BOWEN Vocational — Printing 20 Marsh St. 2nd Lieutenant 4; Haskell Medal Drill 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I, 2; Pinafore; Roosevelt Club; Band Club 3; Benjamin Franklin Club 3, president 4; Perfect Attendance 1 , 2. Ambition- — To be an airplane mechanic in the army JOHN WALTER BOWMAN Scientific 16 Marchant St. Corporal 3, 4; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3; Rifle Team; German Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To be an electrical engineer CHARLOTTE BRADLEY Commercial — Steno. 26 l 2 Granite St. Flicker Staff; 60-Word Typewriting Award; Intraclass Typewriting Awards; Flash Staff; Beacon Staff; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Honors. Ambition — To become a private secre- tary 20 RUTH BROWN General 51 Warner St. Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Dance Club 3; Secretary 4. Ambition — To be a nurse HAROLD BRUNI Gtneral 5 Acacia St. Football, I, 2. Ambition — To join the navy and work up to be Admiral of the fleet CHARLOTTE BURGESS General 202A Washington St. Flicker Staff; Glee Club 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Sec- retary 3, 4; Mocking Bird; Freshman Play: Latin Club 4. Ambition — To keep on peaceful terms with that certain boy ELLEN BURNS Commercial — Steno. 6 Grove St. Flash Staff. Ambition — To own a blue convertible Packard. Lieutena Individual Dri Football I, 2, man Club 3, vice-president 3, president 4. Ambition — To be an officer in the Army Air Corps Drill 2, 3; Platoon 3; 3, 4; Ger- r Society, CALVIN CAHOON Vocational — Sheet Metal 57 Mt. Pleasant Ave. Major 4; Prize Squad 2, commander 3; Individual Drill 3, commander 4; Rifle Team 2; Football I; Basketball I; Track I, 2, 3; Cross Country 3; Sheet Metal Club 3, president 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2. MYLES CAMPBELL General 70 Centennial Ave. 2nd Lieutenant 4; Prize Squad; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track, man- ager 4; Sheet Metal Club, president. Ambition — To master the rudiments of a good nature EDITH CARLSON General 39 Mansfield St. Flicker Staff; Biology Club 2; Glee Club 3; Mocking Bird; Service Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; French Club 2; Latin Club 2; Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To meet the well-known “Yehoodi” NED CAMERON Vocational — Carpentry 27 Elm St. 2nd Lieutenant; Carpentry Shop Club, president 3, 4; Winning Prize Squad 2; Haskell Drill I; Individual Drill 2; Haskell Drill 2; Football 2, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Roosevelt Club; Stage Crew, chief carpenter 3, 4; ' Perfect At- tendance I, 2. Ambition — To join the V. S. Navy EVELYN S. CARLSON General 45 Middle St. Glee Club 2, librarian 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To stop blushing CORINNE CAVANAUGH General 21 Harrison Ave. Biology Club 2; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Freshman Play. Ambition — To learn to drive a car right WALLACE CHEEK Vocational — Printing I I Beauport Ave. Benjamin Franklin Club, president 3, 4. Ambition — To be a printer in a news- paper plant JOHN CARROLL Commercial 22 Andrews St. Baseball 3, 4. Ambition — To join the navy MAMIE LOUISE CHIANCIOLA (.allege I I Lookout St. Flicker Staff; Sawyer Medal I ; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roose- velt Club; Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4; Mocking Bird; Freshman Play; High- est Honors. Ambition — To be a great BASIL CATALINI, JR. General 49 Prospect St. Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Roose- velt Club. Ambition — To see the world m | MARJORIE CATHERINE DAGLE Commercial — Steno. 1 2 Haskell St. Flicker Staff; FI as h Staff 4; Glee Club 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Art Club I, 2, 3; Secretary 4; Choir 3; Cheerleader 4; A. A. Council, secretary 4; 50-word Typewriting Award; Perfect Attendance I, 2. Ambition — To be a private secretary to a swell boss like K. . E. MARGARET PATRICIA COYLE College 27 Church St. Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4; Honors. Ambition — To out-talk Corinne SAWYER FREE LIBRARY 1GLOU CESTER, MASS. 01930 JOHN JOSEPH COONEY General 10 Staten St. Ambition— To become mayor of Por- tuguese Hill ANTHONY CRISTO General 12 Neptune Court Captain; Winning Prize Squad 2, com- mander 3; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3; Has- kell Medal Drill 2, 3; Football I; Flash Staff 3; Band I; Glee Club 3, secretary 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 4, president 3; Round Table 2, 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Hearst Match 2; Major George H. Morse Award 2; Guard of Honor 2; In- dividual Drill Medal 3; Perfect Attend- ance I, 2; Honors. Ambition — To be an officer in the Armed. Forces of the U. S. CC AJ J () J nS HELEN L. CURRAU Commercial Eastern Point Biology Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Science Club 4. Ambition — To. be a good secretary SHERMAN DOUCETTE General 10 Essex St. Corporal 4; Individual Drill 3, 4; Cheer- leader 4; Perfect Attendance 2. Ambition — To win that bet with Miss Burnham KENNETH EARL DAMON General 6 Bond St. Corporal; Prize Squad 2; Baseball I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 4; Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To join the U. S. Marines MARY H. DECOSTE General 3 Clifford Court 4 H Club. Ambition — To get a steady job HENRY FRANCIS DIAS General 22 Perkins St. Glee Club 4; Spanish Club Ambition — - To join the • Medical Gorps in the army GILLIAN DOUGLASS General 10 Plun Service Club. Ambition — To fix up our jalopy PHILIP DROHAN Vocational — Sheet Metal 27 Hartz St Roosevelt Club; Sheet Metal Club, sec retary 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1,2,3 Ambition — To get a license KENNETH J. DURAND Vocational — Automotive 8 Shepherd St. Corporal 4; Prize Squad 3; Individual Drill 4; Roosevelt Club; Vocational Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 2. Ambition — To get a good job and do well in my work PRISCILLA DULONG General 508 Essex Ave. Service Club 1 , 2. Ambition — One Guess AUSTIN ENOS General |4 Webster St. Ambition — To join the Navy Air Corps RICHARD EPPS 1028 Washington St. College Band 4. Ambition — To be a chemist ANDREW FERRANT V ocational — Sheet Metal 42 Harrison Ave. Corporal 3; Prize Squad 3; Sheet Metal Club 3, treasurer 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2; Honors. Ambition — To be a successful “ tin knocker” THOMAS S. FAVAZZA General 49 Centennial Ave. Corporal; Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, executive committee 3, Presi- dent 4; Dance Club 3, 4; Perfect At- tendance I, 2. Ambition — To join the U. S. Marines RICHARD FEENER General 26 Acacia St. Perfect Attendance I. Ambition— To join the U. S. Navy ROBERT FERRANT Vocational — Sheet M etal 42 Harrison Ave. Roosevelt Club; Sheet Metal Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2. Ambition — To be an aviator in LI. S. Naval Air Corps NANCY FORBES General 79 Eastern Ave. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 4; M ocking Bird; Perfect Attendance I, 2. Ambition — To make up my mind MILDRED A. FOSBERRY I General 8 Colonial St. Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Sec- retary 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; I Honors. Ambition — To employ Peg W. ELLA G. FRANCIS General 108 Maplewood Ave. Service Club 2, 4; Secretary 4. Ambition — To go to Hawaii and visit LOIS FRANCIS General 22 Reynard St. Ambition — Ask Dot Fulford VIRGINIA C. FRIEND Commercial — Steno. 8 Laurel St. Flicker Staff; 50-word Typewriting Award; Medal on " Youths Interest in Democ- racy " ; Flash Staff; Beacon Staff; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, 4; Art Club I, 2; Craft Club; Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To find a boss as swell as P. Joseph Corrigan CHARLOTTE FULLER zneral 3 Beach Road rvice Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club. ■it hi ti on — To settle down on a little rm rind raise — Cane PROVIDENZIA GIAMMANCO General bO Commercial St. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4. Ambition— To be a successful stenog- mary FRONTIERRO General bO Commercial St. Spanish Club 2, treasurer 3, vice-presi- dent 4; Service Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance I, 3. Ambition — To be a perfect secretary MARJORY GEARY Commercial — Steno. 8 Madison Ct. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Sec- retary 3, 4. Ambition — To do my best DOROTHY FULFORD General 9 Burnham St Ambition — Ask Lots krancis CHAR S ' H. GIBBS 5 Lvnn wocStF- A va. Exhibition Platoon 3 Prize Stiua f 3; Football 3, 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3. Ambition — To-gtK.to Springfield CTiffege nGOLDMANL- t Trask St. rd h, 4; wack 3; Flash Glib 2; Service Cl)lb; ivelt Club; French Club Itin Club, treasurer 3, 4; General Haskell Me Mu Drill 3; Guard " ' ' pr Honor 3; .Drartalk Club 2, 3, 4. An Mton — To attend Harvard Graduate Business School CARLTON GOLDTHWAITE General Granite Ambition — To join the navy G crptffll 19 Acacia St. ' Corporal Artaskell Medal Winner 3; Prize Squad ' z, i3iynatvidual Drill, second 3. AmlmuM—To be a top sergeant in the U. S. Army ’LLISS General ' s Rifle Tea ' Track. Ambitiore Marines i CARL DAVIDSON GOODWIN, JR. Vocational — Carpentry R.I50 E. Main St. Sergeant; Exhibition Platoon Driil 2, 3; Shop Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3, 4, Ambition- — To go to K entworth In- stitute DOROTHY GRANT General 7 Pew Court Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To fly around the world with a certain somebody who goes to Aero- nautics School MARGARITA GEORGE GOUNARIS Commercial — Steno. 18 Liberty St. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff; Assistant Of- fice manager 2, assistant sales manager 3; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance I ; Round Table 4. Ambition — To do everything l want to do JEAN FRANCES GRAHAM Commercial 8 Blake Court Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 2. Ambition — To work in a bank DENNIS GREEN Vocational I Cole Ave. Corporal 4; Prize Squad 2; Service Club I ; Vocational Club 3, 4. Ambition — To be an expert machinist or mechanic ROLAND GRIGG Vocational — Automotive 23 2 Elm St Vocational Club 3, 4. Ambition — To become an aviation me- chanic JOSEPH A. GUERIN Scientific 45 Western Ave Corporal; Winning Prize Squad 3; Ex hibition Platoon 2, 3; Rifle Team 3; Serv ice Club; Perfect Attendance I, 2 Honors. Ambition — To beat the Japs BARBARA GRIMES General 19 Washington Sc Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club Ambition — To succeed in the future 5 j I ' d ' Zh HELEN HALL Commercial — Steno. 7A S. Kilby St. Flash Staff; Bank, treasurer; Glee Club 2; Secretary. Ambition — To be able to read my short- hand. ROBERT HALL College 16 Orchard S French Club 4; Latin Club 4; Stevei Book Reviewers 4; Highest Honors. Ambition — To be a doctor - { r, j r EDWARD H. HARVEY General 23 Gee Ave. BARBARA EUNICE HANNIBAL Home Making 38V2 Millett St. Art Club 2; Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To become a dress designer WILLIAM H. HARVEY General 17 Leonard St. Flicker Staff; Captain; Biology Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, President; Science Club 4; Perfect At- tendance I, 2, 3. Ambition — To become a good chemist BRUCE HARRIMAN Scientific Id Addison St. Colonel; Individual Drill 2, 3; Haskell Medal Drill 2, Junior Haskell Medal Winner 3; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3; Prize Squad 2, commander 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Squad of Honor 3; Basketball, assist- ant manager I; Track I, 2; Glee Club I, 2, vice-president 3, president 4; Serv- ice Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3; Stage Crew 3. Ambition — To be as good a soldier as my father BERTHA E. HARRIS Commercial — Steno. 5 Vale Court Flicker Staff; Roosevelt Book Prize 3; Beacon Staff 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Bank 2, 3, president 4; Roosevelt Club, executive committee; Secretary 4; 100- word Shorthand Award; Perfect Attend- ance I, 2, 3; Honors. F. LOUIS HEALD College 30 School St., Rockport Latin Book Prize 3; French Book Prize 3; Science Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club 3; Round Table; Highest Honors. Ambition — To be happy and successful in everything I undertake ' A i BORIS ELIZABETH HILDONEN Commercial— Stenog. 338 Main St. Flicker Staff; Boston Herald Spelling Bee, Grade Champion 3; Beacon Staff; Serv- ice Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Sec- retary 4. Ambition — To be a child ' s nurse ROLAND ALBERT HILDONEN General 5 Duley St. Second Prize in Poetry Contest 3; Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, treasurer; Dra- matics Club 3, 4; Band Club 3; Fresh- man Play; Biology Club; Perfect Attend- ance I, 2. Ambition — To be a Drum Major at the University of New Hampshire DOROTHY HEIGHT General 153 Magnolia Ave. 4-H Club; Crafts Club; Art Club Ambition — To be a dietitian MARK HILL General Eastern Point Light Ambition — To keep the light burning LESLIE CLAYTON JEDREY General 63 Haskell St. Corporal 4; Football .2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; The Knocking Bind; German- Club 4; Prize Squad 3; Squad o Hotior 3. Ambition 1 — To learn to play football PRISCILLA DORIS HOMANS Commercial — Steno. 4 Centennial Ave. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff; Service Club 2, 4; Secretary 4. Ambition — To succeed in whatever I attem pt PRISCILLA DANA HULL Commercial — Steno. 8 Baker St. Flash Staff 4; Service I, 2, 3, 4; Dra- matics Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; 50- word Typewriting Award; Perfect At- tendance I. Ambition — To have everything l want LAURI R. JOHNSON College 16 Woodbury St. Corporal 4; Biology Club 2; Roosevelt Club; German Club I, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Ambition — To study forestry PHYLLIS BARBARA HOLMES Commercial 28 Addison St. Flicker Staff; Service Club I, 2, 3; Art Club. RUTH EVELYN JONES General 1053 Washington St. Biology Club; Service Club. Ambition — To be a nurse HERBERT R. KING Vocational 39 Mt. Vernon St. 2nd Lieutenant; Prize Squad 3; Auto- motive Vocational Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I. Ambition — To join the navy VALERIE COOPER KNAPP College 28 Washington Sq. Flicker Staff; Poetry Prize 2; Book Prize; Flash Staff I, 2, 3, editor 4; Beacon Staff I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mocking Bird; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Stevens Book Reviewers, vice president 4; Freshman Play; Mother-Daughter Ban- quet, toastmistress; Dramatics Club. Ambition — To earn the nickname Vic- torious V al HELEN CAROLYNN JOSEPHSON General 81 Wheeler St. Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; German Club 4; The Mocking Bird; Secretary 4. Ambition — To get some fun out of life; see the world, and . . . JOSEPH WILLIAM KNOWLTON, JR. General 26 Revere St. Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, captain 4. Ambition — To succeed in whatever I attempt KENNETH K. LANDERGREN General I Gardner Terrace 2nd Lieutenant; Winning Prize Squad 2, 3; Flash Staff 2; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4, Roosevelt Club, executive committee; Secretary 4. Ambition — To join the U. S. Marines STELLA KOPANON College 58 Centennial Ave. Orchestra I, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, presi- dent 4; Mocking Bird; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club: German Club 4; Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, executive board 4; Latin Club I, 2, 3; Honorary Member Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical So- ciety; Freshman Play; Forensic League I, 2; Beacon Staff; Perfect Attendance I, 2; Honors. Ambition — To tickle Hitler with a carv- ing knife MAURICE LANDRY JR. General 6 Ivy Court Individual Drill 4; Platoon Drill 2. Ambition — To join the navy KENNETH RUSSELL LANE General 528 Washington St. Band 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To become a chief engineer PAUL LAWSON Vocational I I Harvard St. Corporal 4; Individual Drill 4; Haskell Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball I, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I; Basketball I, 2, 3; Roosevelt Club; Prize Drill 2, 3, 4; Glee Club. Ambition — To join the Maritime Service DONALD LEVIE Vocational — Electrical 74 Grove St. Corporal 4; Individual Drill 4; Haskell Drill 3, 4; Exhibition Platoon 2; Foot- ball 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Sergeant Gardner Medal; Intramural Basketball, winning team; Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To join the navy and lick the Japs EDWARD JOSEPH LIMA General 39 Webster St. Band I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To be successful in what- ever I undertake .leuTenanr; oasxeTDan, ager 3, manager Club 2. 3. 4; Club 2,. 3, 4; I,|2 o3i ' 4; Roosevelt Club, 4; German Club I ; , 3, 4; National Honor onorary Member of Cape , Literary, and Historical Round Table, secretary- Perfeot Attendance I ; bewha ' t I want to be Service Club ARTHUR LEINO General 66 Langsford St German Club 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I. 2, 3. Ambition To travel CARLO LOVASCO General 31 Granite St. Orchestra; Pinafore; The Mocking Bird; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To succeed in everything I attempt MARY E. LOVE General 31 Commonwealth Ave. Ambition — To be a success MURIEL LUMBARD General 8 Lookout St. Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4. Ambition — To succeed in everything l begin RICHARD F. LOPES General 22 Sayward St. Major; Prize Drill 2, winner 3; Squad Drill 2; Haskell Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3; Football I, 2, 4; Basketball I, 3, 4; Track 1,2, 3, captain 4; French Club 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Competitive Track Awards 3, 4; State Championship-winner 1941. Ambition — To change places with Frigard at track practice and be on the handle end of the whip ARNOLD LOWE Vocational — Sheet Metal 7 Tremont St. WILSON L. LYON College 477 Washington St. Band 3, 4. Ambi tion — To enter the ministry (?) pupil MARJORIE MacINNIS General 5 Russell Ave. Art Club 3; Perfect Attendance 2. Ambition — To succeed in -whatever l attempt PRISCILLA J. MACK Commercial — Steno. 97 Centennial Ave. Hit Pin Baseball, winning team I ; Service Club 4; Secretary 4; Perfect Attend- ance I , 2, 3. Ambition — To become a well-paid sec- retary J. NORMAN MacLEOD General 28 Riverside Ave. 2nd Lieutenant; Exhibition Platoon 3; Squad Drill 3; Winning Prize " Squad 3; Football 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, treasurer 4; Latin Club 2; Perfect At- tendance 2, 3. Ambition — To graduate from the U. S. S. Bay State 41 KATHRYN MacLEOD General 19 Addison St. Service Club I, 2; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3. Ambition — To be liked by all ALETHA FRANCES MACY College 35A Mt. Pleasant Ave. Science Club 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2; Honors. Ambition — To be a nurse ROBERT MATTOS General 6 Abbott Road Dance Club, president 4. Ambition — To be a second Krupa RICHARD ROBERT MALLOCH College 381 Western Ave. Biology Club 2; French Club 4. Ambition — To be a chemical engineer MARILYN H. McDONALD Commercial — Steno. 15 Perkins St. Flicker Staff; Spanish Club I, 4, secre- tary 2, 3; Spanish Book Prize 2; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, executive committee; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3; Highest Honors; 50-word Type- writing Award. Ambition — To be the “ perfect ” secre- tary 42 WILLIAM J. MELANSON, JR. General Lake Road, Magnolia Prize Squad 3; Corporal 4; Biology Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 4. V PRISCILLA ELAINE McKAY General I I Marshfield St. Flicker Staff; Hit Pin Baseball, winning team I; Girls ' Club Cabinet I, 2, 3, treasurer 4; Biology Club 2; Glee Club, treasurer 3, vice-president 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, executive council 4; The Mock- ing Bird; The Midnight Ghost; Perfect Attendance I, 2. Ambition — To overcome my blushing ROBERT WILLIAM MELLO Commercial — Bookkeeping " l 6 Laurel St ' Sepvice Club 1 , 4. Ambition — To be a success ELIZABETH McKENNA College 309 Washington St. Flicker Staff; Biology Club 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, 4; Art Club I ; parce Perfect Attendance 2. Ambition — To stop flirting one but Lon lining loirh every- i MATHEW ROBERT McGUIRE General I I Norwood Court Ambition — To graduate PRISCILLA MEUSE JUNE MELLOW General 12 Harrison Ave. Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To fly a plane and play the piano. Commercial 38 Railroad Ave. Service Club 4; Roosevelt Club; Secre- tary 4; Honors. Ambition — To obttgn a gpod position as secrettun if ' uudLiiuH’ uo yf ALICE LOUISE MENKEN General 63 Parker St. Flicker Staff; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; National Honor Society 4; Secretary 4; Latin Club 4; The Mocking Bird; Honors. Ambition — To have that certain privi- lege. SUMNER HERBERT MENKEN Scientific 63 Parker St. Roosevelt Club; Perfect Attendance 2, 3; Honors. Ambition — To further my knowledge of muth and science. l THOMAS MILLER General 8 Traverse St. German Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To be always one step ahead of Morrissey FRANCIS R. MITCHELL General 39 Mt. Vernon St. Ambition — To learn how to cut red fish MARY E. MONBOURQUETTE General 26 Hodgkins St. Ambition — To be a dental hygienist RICHARD MORRIS General 10 Amero Court Cross Country 3, Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To succeed in life and make that certain girl a good husband JOHN MULLONEY College Hesperus Ave. 2nd Lieutenant; Football I, 2, 3, co-cap- tain 4; Basketball I; Roosevelt Club; Twelfth Night: Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 3, treasurer 4; A. A. council, representative 3, 4; Honorary Member Cape Ann Scientific, Historical and Literary Association. Ambition — To be “ The Old Muster” and to keep my resolutions EDWARD MUNROE General I C ve. Ambition — To beccr a i .f-atj. the United States Army Air Corps RALPH MURRAY General 118 Maplewood Ave. Basketball 3, 4. Ambition — To join the U. S. Navy and learn a trade ARISTIDES W. NICKAS College 320 Main St. Corporal 3, 4; Haskell Medal Drill 3 Individual Drill 3; Exhibition Platoon 2 Prize Squad 2; Beacon Staff I, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra I; Biology Club 2; Art Club I, 2; vice-president 3, 4; Band Club 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Cape Ann Poster Award 2; American Humane Poster Prize 3. Ambition — To gain success in the medi- cal art field HELEN J. NEIMI Commercial — Steno. 1130 Washington St. Sawyer Medal 2; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; National Honor Society 4; Secretary 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 3; Highest Honors. Ambition — To be an efficient secretary DAVID L. NUGENT Coll 137 Eastern Ave. Ami ‘i- n tie success s " BETTY NOBLE ' I! Commercial 17 Commonwealth Ave. , I Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; Service Club; I Art Club I ; Secretary 4; Dance Club 3, treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4. rd I Ambition — To be a good secretary JAMES NUGENT General 22 Witham St. Sergeant 4; German Club 2. PAUL NICKAS College I Friend St. Band 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Orchestra I; Biology Club 2; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club 2, 3; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3. Ambition — To be another Jimmy Dorsey JEROME NOBLE Vocational-Electrical 50 Warner St. Ambition — To see Robinson without a girl = r=r HANNIBAL NUNES Gener il 50 ML Vernon St. Flicker taff : 1st Lieutenant; Band 2, 3, 4; Track £rtd Cross Country 3. 4; Biology Club 2; Service Club 2; Roosevelt Club; German Club, chairman of May Festival, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 4; Science Club 4. Ambition — To play lead trumpet with Charlie Barnet JEANNETTE PARADY General 122 Maplewood Ave. Service Club I; Art Club 3; Secretary 3, 4. Ambition — To be a hairdresser ROBERT OLSON Vocational-Elec. 102 Centennial Ave. Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4. Ambition — To put sand in Mr. Corri- gans presses! JAMES JOSEPH O ' NEIL, JR. General 9 Myrtle Square Captain; Commander of Prize Squad; Ex- hibition Platoon 2, 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; 3145 — Sp. Moss Gal. 9 Barney 4-29 Football 2; Glee Club 3; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To become a commissioned officer in the U. .S’. Air Corp WINIFRED NANCY PARKER General 123 Western Ave. Biology Club 2; Art Club 2; Secretary 4. Ambition — To do the kind of work I enjoy ; CETTA PINO 23 Granite St. JOHN B. PIERCE College 18 Pleasant St., Rockport Captain 4; 3rd Prize Squad 3; Exhibition Platoon 2, 3; Sawyer Medal I; Beacon Staff I, 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Stevens Book Reviewers 3, president 4; Honorary Mem- ber Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Association. Ambition — M. I. T. Gcnenil Flicker Staff. Afnbition—T o see through people HELE General Latin Cl A m btijo i +-N ' im pprtc POIRIER 4 Ex (Pajn n g e St. NATALIE G. POWERS College 8 Cedar St. Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To be a teacher who knows more than the pupils “ Think they do” VIVIAN CONSTANCE POOR Home Making 82 Eastern Ave. Glee Club 3, 4. Ambition— To be successful in all 1 attempt. EDWARD PURDY V ocational-Sheet Metal 198 Washington St Sheet Metal Club 3, 4. Ambition — To be a good sheet metal worker DOROTHY KATHERINE RAMOS College 60 Friend St. Spanish Club 3, 4; Latin 4. Ambition — Quien sabe? FRANCIS REDMOND General 98 Maplewood Ave. Sergeant 3; Rifle Team. Ambition — To travel ANTOINETTE ROSE PUSATERI General I I Beach Court Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 2, 3; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Art Club I, 2, 3, 4; Planning Board 2; Secretary 3, 4; Choir 3; Librarian. Ambition — School — Success — and then! SHIRLEY ELIZABETH RICE College 13 Addison St. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 3, 4; Science Club 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mocking Bird. Ambition — To make them proud ROBERT P. RILEY General 3 Madison Court Captain; Football 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Basketball manager 4; A. A. Council class representative I, 2, 3, 4; Intra-mural Champ 2, 3. Ambition — To be as great a • guy as the coach ALEXANDER ALBERT ROCHA Vocational-Printing 5 Fair St. Corporal; Roosevelt Club; Benjamin Franklin Club 3; Treasurer 4. Ambition — To fly for the U. S. A. BARBARA ANN RITCEY College 5 Elm St. Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2. 3, 4. Ambition — To outgrow the nickname “ Shorty ” JOHN A. ROBINSON Vocational-Electrical 22 Chapel St. Cheer leader 4. Ambition — FREDRICK J. ROCHA Vocational-Electrical 102 Friend St. Corporal; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Shop Club 3, 4. Ambition — Electrical Engineering JOSEPHINE ROSE Commercial 105 Prospect St. Bank 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4. Ambition — To be liked by all LUCY ANNA RUBINO College 9 Beach Court Flicker Staff; Biology Club 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Art Club 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Mocking Bird. Ambition — To be successful in every- thing I attempt to do VIRGINIA SACHSE General 126 Prospect St. Service Club I. 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2. Ambition — To find a teacher who can pronounce my name correctly the first time. MARILYN FRANCES ROSS General 14 Lookout St. Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Art Club 3; Secretary 3, 4. Ambition — To be a flower stylist PRISCILLA ST. GEORGE General 60 Warner St. Ambition — To sail around the world IRENE LOUISE SANTOS Genera 4 13 Harrison Ave. Service Club I, 2, 3 4; Roosevelt Club, vice-president; Frenc l Club 2, 3. 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Secretary 4. Anibtfion — To be Us happy always as I ' ve been in 1941 ANTHONY R. SEARS Vocational-Printing 39 Mt. Vernon St. Band I, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Roosevelt Club; Art Club I, 2, 3; Benjamin Franklin Club 3. 4. Ambition — To become a linotype oper- ator. j-j DANIEL D. SAUNDERS General 3 Lendell St. Corporal; Dance Club, vice-president. Ambition — To join the army I Ye I P VIOLANDA A. SCOLA General 38 Fort Square Flicker Staff; Flash Staff 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club I 2, Secretary 3, 4; Choir 3. Ambition— To be a “ Jigger’s ” secretary X DOROTHY ANN SEARS Commercial — Steno. 5 Silva Court Secretary 4. Ambition — To become a good secretary 54 ROBERT W. SEPPALA Scientific I23 ' 6 Washington St. 1st Lieutenant 4; Individual Drill 3; Has- kell Medal Drill 3; Prize Squad 3; Best Corporal Medal 3; German Club I, 3, 4, president 2; National Honor Society 3, 4. Ambition — To be an aviator MARY PATRICIA SHEA General 5 Mount Vernon St. Flicker Staff; Secretary 4; Order of Busi- ness Efficiency; Honors. Ambition — To be secretary to Bob Hope NANCY FRIEND SHAW General 12 Madison Court Flicker Staff; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Dramatics Club 4. Ambition — To be able to get along with everyone WILLIAM SHIELDS General 22A Taylor St. Football 1 , 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To join the U. S. Marines NORMA PRICE SHEPHERD College Woodward Ave. Flicker Staff; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4 Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4 Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4; Art Club I, 2 Glee Club 4; Hit-pin Baseball 2; Craft Club; Freshman Play. Ambition — Success! — Always to desire the four S’s 8 . L A Aj.O J- -JL ■ ELLIOT SIDELL Vocational- Auto. 124 Centennial Ave. Automotive Vocational Club 3, 4. Ambition — To succeed in everything l undertake JOHN SIEG Scientific 32 School St., Rockport 1st Lieutenant; Exhibition Platoon 3; Bi- ology Club 2; Glee Club 4; Service Club 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4; Round Table 3, 4; Science Club 4. Ambition — To become a good engineer MARY E. SILVA Corn m ercial — Sten o. 41 Commonwealth Ave. Glee Club 2, 3; Spanish Club I, 2; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4; Hit-pin Baseball 2. Ambition — To grow taller JOHN R. SILVA General 17 Chestnut St. Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 2. Ambition — Sports . ' MILDRED SILVA General 7 Puritan (pourti Hit-pin Baseball 2; Service Club |l , h G erman Qlub 4. Ambition— To be a nurse JOSEPH F. SILVEIRA, JR. Vocational-Printing 13 Sadler St. Roosevelt Club; Benjamin Franklin Club 3 . 4 . Ambition — To join the V. S. Navy GEORGE SKINNER General 229 Concord St Latin Club I . Ambition — To be a success nSW ALLAN SMITH Electrical 4 Maple St. Ambition — To help Olson! JOHN E. SOUZA, JR. Scientific 14 Trask St. Corporal 4; Prize Squad 3; Individual Drill 4; Rifle Team 3, 4; 1st Corps Area Rifle Match 3, 4; Science Club 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 3, execu- tive committee 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4. Ambition — To become an officer in the U. S. Air Corps PHYLLIS SIMPSON I College 33 School St. I Latin Book Prize 2; German Book Prize 2; ‘ I Roosevelt Club; German Club 3, 4; I. Latin Club 2; German Glee Club 4. 1 Ambition — To be a teacher ROBERT SPONAGLE Vocational-Sheet Metal 12 Lincoln St. Corporal 4; Prize Squad 2, 3; Platoon Drill 3; Glee Club 2, 4; Sheet Metal Club 3, 4. Ambition — To be a sheet metal worker at Lockheed BARBARA E. STEVENS Commercial-Clerical 42 Harrison Ave Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club Secretary 4. Ambition — To say “Number Please " ETHEL STAVROS College I Alpine Court Flicker Staff; Flash Staff I, 2, 3, 4; Bank Clerk I, treasurer 2, 3, 4; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club 1,2, 3, secretary- treasurer 4; French Club I, 2, 3, treasurer 4; Latin Club I, 2, 3; Projectionist; Bea- con Staff I, 2, 3, 4; Twelfth Night. Ambition — “The Bread of Life — Speech” rt Club RODERICK SPINNEY General Rear 8 Acacia St. Ambition — To join the Merchant Marine ELIZABETH ANN STONE Commercial — Sleno. 92 Western Ave. Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; Spanish Club I ; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, secretary; Art Club I ; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary 4; 50-word Type Award. Ambition — To make a success of what- ever I do. MARTHA ALBERTA SULTON Commercial 26 Eastern Ave. Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Secretary 4. Ambition — To reach the height of 5 feet 4 incljes SHIRLEY MAE SURRETTE College 18 Summit St. Flicker Staff; Beacon Staff 2, 3, 4; chair- man of photography committee 4; Bank Clerk I, cashier 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Dramatics Club I, 2, 3, vice-presi- dent 4; French Club 2, 4, executive com- mittee 3; Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4; Honorary Member of the Cape Ann Scientific Literary, and Historical Society; Fresh- man Play. Ambition — To let my own discretion be my tutor and to hold the mirror up to nature WILLIAM STRESCINO Vocational-Carpentry 61 Eastern Ave. Basketball 1 , 3, 4. Ambition — To join the navy ARNOLD B. SYLVESTER General 364 Washington St. Ambition — To be an automotive de- signer MARY E. SYMONDS General 13 M archant St. Softball 2; Biology Club 4; Art Club 3, 4. Ambition— To live in Bay View NICK TALIADORAS Vocational 80 Essex Ave. Ambition — To obtain a good position in Aviation To CN RUTH TANkPERJ CommerctapfUerical V 648 Essex Ave. Secretary Glee Clu z, 3, 4. Ambition]— To obtain a good position when I graduate J xJ ALDEN TARR General 12 Beacon St. Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To break the Indianapo ' is Speedway record MARGARET CATHERYN TARR General I I Oak St. Flicker Staff; Biology Club 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club, execu- tive committee; German Club; Art Club I, 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Freshman Play. Ambition — To become a good Foreign Correspondent for The Sun ROBERT TAYLOR Scientific 2 1 6 Washington St. Corporal 4; Exhibition Platoon 3; Biology Club 2, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition To be graduated from an en- gineering school and get a good job o a ? fctr LOUISE NAOMI TEBO College 120 Mt. Pleasant Ave. Flicker Staff; Biology Club 2; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To join the army as a nurse DONALD TAYLOR General 20 Andrews St., Lanesville Roosevelt Club. HILDA THO ME Commercial — Steno. 8 Williams Court Flicker Staff; G lee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; National Honor Society; Secretary; Mocking Bird; 50-word Typewriting Award. Ambition — To succeed in whatever l attempt .. ■ ■% SYLVIA VEEDER KENNETH THOMPSON General 2 Liberty St. Orchestra Ambition- — U.S.M.C. — To become as good a citizen as Mr. Purkhurst General 101 Western Ave. Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; German Club; Secretary; Cheerleader; Art Club. Ambition — To see the world with ]. A. L. WALTER THURSTON Vocational-Sheet Metal 94 Wheeler St. Football 3; Roosevelt Club; Sheet Metal Club 3, 4. Ambition — To become an expert " tin knocker’ BARBARA KATHLEEN TOBEY General 64 Centennial Ave. Girls ' Club Cabinet; Biology Club 2; Service Club 1,2, 3; Mother and Daugh- ter Banquet Committee, chairman; Sec- retary. Ambition — To go to Washington JOSEPH VIEIRA General 224 Main St. Ambition — To travel 62 ROBERT WATTERS Vocational-Sheet Metal 5 Homans Ct. Corporal 4; Haskell Drill 3; Individual Drill 4: Football 3, 4; Track 4; Roosevelt Club; Sheet Metal Club 3, 4; Art Club 2. Ambition— To become a good sheet metal worker MARGARET FLORENCE WILLIAMS General 5 Harvard St. Flicker Staff; German Book Prize 2, 3; Service Club I, 2, 3; German Club 2, 3, secretary 4; Latin Club 2; German Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To become secretary to Millie Fosberry E. LEONARD WINER College I I Beauport Ave. Flicker Staff; Lieutenant; Prize Squad 3; Exhibition Platoon 3; Biology Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; Latin Club I, 2. Ambition — To be Du Punt ' s chief chem- ist ROBERTA D. WHYNOTT College 30 Highland St. Biology Club 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Roosevelt Club; French Club 2, executive committee 3, 4; Art Club I. Ambition — To learn the art of staying on a horse BARBARA K. WOLFE ■ General I Emerson Ave. Flicker Staff; Service Club I, 2; Roose- velt Club; Latin Club 3. Ambition- Tu get my R. N. EARLAND R. WORTHLEY General Mt. Ann Road Corporal; Baseball 2, 3, 4. Ambition — To join the U. S. Navy MARJORIE WONSON General 24 Wonson St. Glee Club 2, 3; Service Club I. 2, 3. 4; Roosevelt Club. Ambition — To have a mind of my own Virginia Cox Bruce Harriman i ' lil ' IICIt SUPERLATIVE «• .» June Mellow Barbara Black Virginia Cox Virginia Cox Virginia Cox Mildred Silva Marjorie Mclnnis Shirley Surre+te Virginia Cox Betty Acker Nancy Patriquin Doris Hildonen Nancy Forbes Ruth Jones Ethel Stavros Charlotte Fuller Valerie Knapp Stella Kopanon Antoinette Pusateri Mildred Silva Virginia Cox Miss Marguerite Lovering Most Popular Priscilla McKay William Cahill Best Athletes Winifred Andrews Robert Riley Most Studious Valerie Knapp Robert Hall Most Ambitious Ethel Stavros Richard Amero Most Dependable Mary Abbott John Burns Most Likely to Succeed Barbara Black Bruce Harriman Cutest Bertha Harris Thomas Favazza Most Attractive Marjorie Wonson Ned Cameron Best Groomed Helen Brown Richard Lopes Outstanding in Leadership Priscilla McKay Bruce Harriman Most, Social Eleanor O ' Brien Joseph Boyer Best Dancers Josephine Ro se Robert Mattos Most Cheerful Priscilla McKay Leslie Jedrey Most Talkative Louise Heald Joseph Boyer Most Bashful Marjorie Geary William Cahill Class Bluff Bertha Harris Robert Seppala Laziest Ann Abbott Sidney Gray Most Literary Barbara Black Richard Amero Most Musical Valerie Knapp Allan Earle Most Artistic Margaret Tarr Steve Nickas Class Baby Betty Acker Jack Sieg Most Representative of G. H. S. Barbara Black Bruce Harriman Most Popular Officer John Burns Most Popular Teacher Richard Lopes Richard Amero Sidney Goldman William Cahill Robert Hall William Harvey Kenneth Landergon Thomas Favazza William Cahill John Burns Thomas Favazza William Peters Basil Catalini Robert Seppala Sidney Gray Alden Tarr John Pierce Carlo Lovasco Richard Malloch Laurie Johnson William Cahill Calvin Cahoon Mr. Arthur Smith 65 ACTIVITIES Education is not a matter only of books and papers and blackboards and rows of chairs. Education is an aid to the art of living most successfully — of learning, of doing, of getting along with other people, of giving orders and taking orders, of working well, and of taking pleasure in accomplishment. Education is as broad as life itself and its products are the activities of life. Our extra-curricular activities permit our students to develop normally — to exercise their talents, to utilize their energy, to satisfy their curiosity, to make friends, to work hard, and to share pleasures. They help to make complete the work of the school, and are so important to it that a large part of our student body has chosen to participate in, and profit from, them. These group photographs include not only the officers and senior members of our clubs, but also informal snapshots of the activities they conduct, and the symbol with which each is most closely identified. 67 Ha NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY J. Boyer, C. Cavanaugh, H. Niemi, C. Benson, B. Black, R. Seppala M. MacDonald, H. Thome, I. Santos, J. Burns, president; B. Stone, M Abbott, A. Menken. Also; W. Cahill, V. Cox, J. Linehan, J. Mulloney. GIRLS ' CLUB CABINET B. Tobey, H, Bradley, N. Patriquin, E. O ' Brien. J. Firth, vice-president; P. McKay, treasurer; V. Cox, president; B. Acker, secretary; W. Andrews, GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL FLASH STAFF M. Sulton, H. Barusso, J. Rowley, edito r; V. Knapp, editor-in-chief; E. Stavros, editor; D. Perkins, A. Walsh, V. Scola. B. Noble, E, Anderson, V. Friend, H. Birdseye, P. Hull, C. Bradley, E. Burns. GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BEACON M. Gounaris, V. Friend, A. Alto, W. Bradley, H. Hall, B. Harris, H. Barusso. A. Pusateri, M. Geary, P. Homans, E. Stavros, M. Frontiero, S. Rice, M. Daley. P. Meuse, D. Hildonen, C. Bradley, office manager; B. Black, senior editor; D. Perkins, junior editor; V. Knapp, S. Surrette. STEVENS BOOK REVIEWERS STEVENS REVIEWERS H. Birdseye, treasurer; D. Perkins, A. Bollman, R. Hall. M. Abbott, librarian; V. Knapp, vice-president; J. Pierce vice-president; J. Rowley, secretary. DRAMATIS PERSONAE M. Geary, V. Knapp, P. Hull. M. Gounaris, M. Chianciola, M. Tarr, Miss Ford, faculty sponsor; B. Alper, B. Acker, J Souza. R. McNamara, S. Kopanon, V. Cox, S. Surrette, vice-president; E. Stavros, secretary- treasurer; M. Abbott, R. Hildonen. Also: R. Amero, president; S. Goldman, A. Abbott, M. Fosberry, N. Shaw. jjflttk IB jgf 1 1 mm ) W . 1 f so • Ir ■ Mb ■ . k GERMAN CLUB A. Cristo, H. Nunes, M. Spinney, L. Jedrey, R. Seppala, J. Burns. S. Veeder, E. Carlson, M. Fosberry, A. Alto, H. Josephson, S. Kopanon, C. Cavanaugh. N. Patriquin, L. Johnson, F. Williams, secretary; J Grogan, vice-president; P. Simpson president- N. MacLeod, treasurer; M. Tarr, A. Earle. Also; E. Francis, A. Leino, S. Parsons, M. Silva. 72 FRENCH CLUB R. Hall, N. Shepherd. B. Alper, M. Chianciola, S. Surrette, M. Coyle, J. Sieg. B. Ritcey, S. Rice, N. Powers, I. Santos, L. Rubino, E. O ' Brien, E. McKenna, S. Kopanon. R. Taylor, R. Lopes, E. Stavros, treasurer; S. Goldman, president; J. Boyer, vice-president; R. Whynott, P. McKay, L. Winer. Also: R. Poirier, secretary; N. Forbes, J. Linehan, A. Macy, R. Malloch, J. Souza. SPANISH CLUB D. Ramos, M. Frontierro, vice-president; T. Favazza, president; J. Grillo, secretary; P. Giammanco. Also: B. Hall, R. Amero. LATIN CLUB A. Menken, N. Shepherd, R. McNamara, S. Goldman. S. Rice, N. Powers, B. Ritcey, M. Chianciola, L. Tebo, C. Burgess. M. Abbott, T. Lane, treasurer; B. Black, secretary; W. Chisholm, president; M. Grimes, vice-president; B. Alper, S. Surrette. Also: R. Hall, W. Lyon, P. Nickas, H. Poirer. 73 —i: ROUND TABLE R. Poirier, M. Gounaris, J. Sieg, H. DeLotto, H. Birdseye, M. Rubin, N. Cox ART CLUB V. Knapp. M. Spinney, R. Brown, H. Bradley, M. Symonds, P. Holmes. S. Veeder L. B ' ack, secretary; D. Wilson, vice-president; L. Lowe, president; C. Hull, treasurer- A. Pusateri. Also: S. Nickas. GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA C. Lovasco, K. Thompson, A. Earle, A. Sears, E. Stavros, M. Gouna ' ris, W. Peters H. Currau, H. DeLotto, A. Macy, Mr. Lane, faculty sponsor; V. Golart, W. Harvey, L. Heald, W. Melanson. R. Taylor, S. Rice, L. Rubino, P. Tarr, M. Abbott, E. McKenna, J. Sieg. R. McNamara, R. Hildonen, J. Firth, secretary; B. Acker, president; D. Lane, treasurer; H. Birdseye, J. Linehan. Also: W. Calledare, vice-president; N. Shaw, M. Symonds. SCIENCE CLUB GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BANK V. Friend, M. Abbott, M. Chianciola, L. Rubino, H. Niemi, R. Mello. S. Surrette, cashier; H. Hall, treasurer; H, Barusso, vice-president; B. Harris, president; E. Stavros, M. Dagle, R. Hildonen. Also: J. Rose. STAGE CREW in. H. Nunes. D. Bowen, W. Melanson, H. Nunes. A. Ehler, chief electrician; H. Riley, assistant chief of crew; S Goldman, chief of crew; N. Cameron, chief carpenter. BOYS ' AND GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Girls ' Glee Club: V. Golart, librarian; E. O ' Brien, secretary; S. Kopanon, president; P. McKay, treasurer: J. Firth, vice-president. Boys ' Glee Club: A. Christo, vice-president; C. Benson, treasurer; A. Earle, secretary; B. Harriman, president. CATERING CLUB M. Lulcegard, treasurer; A. Hardy, president; M. Sinagra, secretary. GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION W. Cahill, J. Mulloney, H. Brown, vice-president; R. Riley, president; Dagle, secretary; N. Ross, head coach. THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT HISTORY CLUB IE .O.T. G.H.S. R.O.T.C. REGIMENTAL OFFICERS Second Lieut. H. R. King, Second Lieut. J. Linehan, Second Lieut. J. Mulloney, Second Lieut. E. L. Winer, Second Lieut. K. K. Landergren, Second Lieut. M. Campbell, Second Lieut. L. J. Jedrey, Second Lieut. W. L. Bradley. Capt. H. A. Nunes, Jr., First Lieut. G. E. Cameron, Jr., First Lieut. R. E. Seppala, First Lieut A. C. Earle, Lieut. Col. John McBride, Infantry, P. M. S. T„ Staff Sergeant C. W, Tucker, D. E. M. L., Instructor; First Lieut. D. R. Bowen, First Lieut. J. C. Sieg, First Lieut. J. N. MacLeod, Capt. J. J. O ' Neil, Jr. Capt. R. P. Riley, Capt. J. B. Pierce, Capt. J. A. Boyer, Jr., Major S. Goldman, Lieut. Col. J. M. Burns, Col. B. Harri- man, Major R. F. Lopes, Major C. Cahoon, Capt. A. R. Christo, Capt. W. H. Harvey. Also, Second Lieut. F. J. Rocha. 7 V 3 Letter R.O.T.C. BAND Joseph " Cappy ' Knowlton quarterback Head Coach Norman C. Ross, Baekfield Coach Aarne Frigard, Line Coach Alfred Hagstrom. Capf. Robert Myli Knockout " Riley halfback les " Muggsy " Campbell halfback fullback Capt. John " Big-John " M ulloney center Frank Perry George McKinnon William tackle guard $h SEASON FOOTBALL 1941 Sept. 20 Gloucester, 13 Newburyport, 0 Sept. 26 Gloucester, 6 Classical, 16 Oct. 4 Gloucester, 7 Saugus, 14 Oct. 13 Gloucester, 15 Swampscott, 6 Oct. 1 8 Gloucester, 0 Marblehead, 19 Oct. 25 Gloucester, 20 Beverly, 0 Nov. 1 1 Gloucester, 36 Amesbury, 2 Nov. 15 Gloucester, 31 Winthrop, 0 Nov. 20 Gloucester, 0 Peabody, 6 Totals 128 63 83 ItASKHTII.VLI BASKETBALL TEAM N. Ross, coach; T. Favazza, D. Levie, R. Murray , R. Riley, manager. E. McKay, K. Damon, R. Lopes, W. Cahill, captain; M. Campbell, N. Cameron, Also: R. Olson. IIASKETIIALL lfHl-1942 Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Gloucester, Alumni, Methuen, English, Lawrence, Salem, Classical, Haverhill, Beverly, English, Lawrence, Salem, Peabody, Haverhill, Beverly, Peabody, Classical, Totals 504 Til A II IS TRACK TEAM A. Stone, F. Corkum, C. Dickman, J. Jedrey, R. Malone, J. Pimental, E. Noble. E. McKenna, R. Mountain, R. Malloch, W. Gillis, H. Nunes, W. Chisholm, W. Edson, A. Rao. M. Strople, R. Sponagle, J. D Antonio, R. McKinnon, R. McNeil, A. Alexander, C. Anderson. L. Harmon, N. MacLeod, R. Watters, M. Campbell, R. Lopes, captain; J. Burns, W. Moore, F. Bradley, C. Rice. TRACK SCHEDI EE lft 12 (Tentafire) April 25 Andover Junior Varsity, there May 2 Gloucester Rotary Club Meet May 4 Beverly, here May 9 New England Interscholastics, versity of New Hampshire Uni- May 16 Essex County Interscholastics, rence Law- May 18 Lynn Classical, here May 20 Newburyport, here May 23 Massachusetts State Meet, Newton May 27 Haverhill, there GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SQUAD J. Burns, C. Dickman, E. Worthley, D. Levie, E. Klotz, J. Grogan, K. Damon, captain; V. C. Hooper, coach. R. Sponagle, W. Chisholm, A. Stone, M. Cooney, R. Riley, J. Brown. N. MacLeod, B. Catalina, R. McGuire, R. Mountai n, J. Dickman, T. Carpenter, manager. (Tentative) at Lawrence Lynn English at Haverhill at Lynn Classical Salem Haverhill at Peabody at Lynn English Lawrence at Beverly Lynn Classical at Salem Beverly Peabody April April April May May May May May May May May May June June xrc rrc x « Barbara Blaclt Norma Brennan Betty Acker, Louise Heald, Barbara Ritcey, Hope Bradley, Margarita Gounaris, Barbara Grimes, Margaret Coyle. Shirley Surrette, Natalie Powers, Antoinette Pusateri, Robert Olsen, Mildred Fosberry, Sherman Dou- cette, Mamie Chianiola, Robert Riley, Betty McKenna, Marjorie Wonson, Priscilla McKay, Nancy Shaw, Helen Currau, Ethel Stavros, Mary Symonds, Roland Hildonen, Elliot Sidell, Paul La son, Valerie Knapp, Virginia Sachse, Jack Linehan, Marjorie Geary, Elsie Anderson, Allan Earle, Helen Barusso, Richard Amero, Ann Abbott, Priscilla Hull, Roderick Spinney. 88 AUTOMOBILE CA RPENTRY ELECTRICITY PRINTING VOCATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS J. Fattig, L. Burgess, H. Sharaky, A. Ferrant, M. Strople, E. Brennan, J. Mountain, M. Dunn. A. Rocha, N. Strong, A. Smith, D. Bowen, N. Cameron, C. Cahoon, P. Russell, R. Sponagle. - YCCAXICriAJ THE GLOUCESTER VOCATIONAL SCHOOL The chief aim of vocational education in general is to train for profitable employment. Vocational Schools of the high school level are concerned with home- making, agriculture, the distributive occupations, and trades and industries. The Gloucester Vocational School offers training in several trades connected with industrial work. The school has been planned to provide an opportunity for boys of high school age to acquire the skills and technical knowledge necessary for employment in several trades in industrial fields. Industrial work, especially in the skilled trades, requires a specific type of training which involves the use of industrial tools and machinery. The same materi- als are used that are used in industry, and real jobs are performed similar to those which are found in commercial shops. Industrial conditions must be maintained as nearly as possible, and the instruction must be given by men who understand this type of work if the training is to be effective. In selecting boys for training in the Vocational School, several factors are considered. The boy should be fairly mature and willing to accept responsibility if he is to be entrusted with expensive equipment. He must have some mechanical aptitude if he is to absorb mechanical ideas readily as part of his training. He should be able to use his mind as well as his hands if he is to acquire the skill which is essential for fine workmanship. He must be alert if he is to learn how to work safely and avoid the hazards of a shop. Once he is accepted for vocational train- ing, he should show by his conduct and by the type of work which he produces that he is able to benefit by this type of education. He must demonstrate by his progress in school that he has the ability which will enable him to succeed after he has found employment in his chosen field of work. 91 , „ tt AT WI R POST OFFICE OR IUNK LETS PILE EM V INvthVII 1 N lit D STATES SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS HISTORY The war had finally ended, and a group of us had gathered at a little restau- rant located on the avenue called Unter der Linden, in Berlin. We had just seen the last Nazi soldier, penned in his lair by relentless pursuers, disappear in a putt of smoke before our very eyes; and the nervous tension under which we had lived for many months was gone in a flood of greetings, reminiscences, and quick laughter as we greeted our host, the Allied Provost-Marshall, Major Calvin Cahoon. Down the street a way, a crowd of soldiers surrounded a building from which came Hitler ' s voice in a steady, earnest protest of innocence; and the resulting wind reminded us of the hurricane which had blown open the doors of Gloucester High School to admit us, in September, 1938. Just as the German wind had blown out the lights all over Europe, our wind had blown out all the lights north of the depot, and the unfortunates living there had been forced to arrive at school on the morrow with no homework done. This similarity led to thoughts of our days at G. H. S., and from the groups now scattered at the tables came snatches of conversation as memories were exchanged of things once important to us, but now half-forgotten. From one group, I heard Valerie Knapp ' s voice. " We were really the fifty- fifty class, you know — two years in the old school, and two years in the new. Remember the hustle and bustle of moving to the new school, bringing our books, for Presentation Day? Remember how lost we — " But Helen Barusso cut her off with, " You know, it hardly seems to me that we attended the old high school at all. I can ' t seem to remember very much about it. " Incredulous exclamations greeted this statement, and rebuttal came from all over the room. " Don ' t you remember the undefeated football team, when we were Freshmen, and the six-to-six tie game with Peabody on Thanksgiving Day morning? " demanded Knockout, half out of his chair. ( " I ' ve still got a postcard one of the boys sent me from Washington, " confessed a small blonde.) " And don ' t you remember Billy Cahill, the Little Giant of the Essex County League, on the City Hall basketball court? And Ken Damon playing first base all spring? " Myles Campbell wanted to know. " Yes, " put in John Burns, " and don ' t you remember that the National Honor Society was founded that year to give us a real reward for scholastic success? " This led Winnie Andrews to recollect that the Boys ' Glee Club was also organized that year, to give Bruce Harriman, Tony Cristo, Allan Earle and Clifford Benson a chance to get used to wearing the R. O. T. C. uniform, and to serve as pioneers for the class at the Music Festivals in May. The women remembered this well, be- cause they had to wait another year before they could join the Glee Club; although, when they did, they certainly made up for time lost. " The Glee Clubs produced H. M. S. Pinafore that year, too, " remarked Eleanor O ' Brien, " and we wondered what musical we would do v hen it became our turn " . " But we weren’t in that, " Betty McKenna reminded her. " We had our own play, The Midnight Ghost, with Priscilla McKay, Corinne Cavanaugh, Valerie Knapp, Stella Kopanon, Ethel Stavros, Richard McNamara, Roland Hildonen and Allan Earle in the cast, and about twenty others of us backstage. That was the only Freshman Class Play ever produced fora Freshman Assembly in the Glouces- ter High School, and most of those connected with it continued their acting in the Dramatics Club. " ( " Yes, " said Pouting Peggy, " and some of them just contin- ued their acting. " ) " Of course I remember now, " said Helen. " Wasn ' t it the very next year that we contributed Richard Amero to the cast of Twelfth Night, along with Richard McNamara, Sidney Goldman, and Ethel Stavros? " Sidney, hearing his name mentioned, corroborated her statement, and remarked that he most certainly was in the first successful blackout to be held in the Cape Ann area. " And we went with the Glee Clubs to the Music Festivals that year, too, " added Harriet Ellis. " We went to Wellesley and then to Lawrence, and on the way home we ate and danced at Putnam Inn to music played by Donald Bowen, Billy Peters, Frederick Rocha and some of the other boys in the band. " " Speaking of eating, " began Jack Linehan, " do you remember those de- licious, those delightful, those de-devastating toasted cheese sandwiches that used to be Friday standbys at the old lunch counter? I wonder what ever became of them. " 94 " And speaking of the lunch room, do you remember the smashing victories Bebe Alper won over the milk company there? " asked Gia Cox. " Wasn ' t it that year that Ethel Stavros and you competed in the State Forensic League Trials? " Stella asked her. " No, Gia competed the next year, " Billy Harvey informed her, " but that was certainly the year of the Rainy Field Day in Gloucester. It was our first chance to show off as real soldiers, and it looked for a while as though we weren ' t going to get the chance; but we drilled on Sunday instead, before an even larger crowd than usual. " " Plenty of people drilled in the rain during the next few years, " Dick Lopes remarked. " War was declared in Europe a few days before we went to school that year; it seemed awfully slow and far away when it began, but it certainly got faster and closer before it was over. " There were a few seconds of silence, which was broken by Johnny Pierce. " Yes, we certainly had some good times at the old school — the old study hall with the ' trouble ' seats at the front of every row, four recesses, classes in the basement and the girls ' gym, girls going from class to class with sneakers and bloomers under their arms, attending every other assembly — but how about the new school? Remember our first year there? " How could anyone forget that? A babble of voices arose, and a bit of con- versation came from here, a fragment from there, as all remembered and talked at once. " The long distances, slippery floors, shiny cafeteria with hot dishes and checkers, the great auditorium with Venetian blinds, the roomy gym — the office broadcasts, when nobody worked but Mr. Johnson — showers for girls, and big folding doors in the gym — the new Science department, with exhaust fans that worked so well you had to look at the numbers on the doors to tell which was Mr. Greely ' s room — lockers so big you could almost climb into them — after- noon dances in the gym — glass-enclosed bulletin boards to discourage vagrant artists — corridor guides, but no traffic cops — Freshmen in the gallery at all Assemblies — " All this and much more flowed from invigorated memories. " The Glee Clubs gave The Mocking Bird that year, with our prima-donna, Stella Kopanon, leading the cast, and Bruce Harriman, Carlo Lovasco, Clifford Benson, and Allan Earle in important roles, " Mary Monbourquette reminded the group. " Remember the Cassettes? Eleanor O ' Brien, Louise Heald, Shirley Rice, Nancy Patriquin and Nancy Forbes set an example for the Music Hall Rockettes. " " And then, " said Billy Bradley, " with the money we earned, we traveled in all directions — south to Plymouth, and north to Poland Springs. Remember the free bottles of water? " " No, but I remember the Salem football game that fall, " Billy Cahill ans- wered him. " What a game that was. And I saw the snow on Newell Stadium the night before the Peabody game from the working end of a shovel. Our boys were so good that year it was hard to pick a single captain for 1941, so we finally decided that, for the first time in the school ' s history, we should have co-captains: Knockout Riley and John Mulloney. " " But you were elected basketball captain, " reminded Tommy Favazza, " and Demon Damon was made baseball captain. Lopes was the logical man to lead the track team — remember his stride coming into the tape in the 220 — because the points he garnered running, putting the shot, broad-jumping and high-jumping really made him a one-man track team. " 95 " We elected our class officers that year, too. " This from Hannibal Nunes. " Ronnie Cahill, Gia Cox, Richard McNamara and Eleanor O ' Brien led our meet- ings, took our money, and wrote down the things we said in the way we wished we had said them. " " Speaking of officers, " Robby Whynott almost interrupted, " the senior officers were announced by Sergeant Tucker on the first Presentation Day that we really felt we had a right to hold it in the auditorium. Colonel Bruce Harriman, Lieutenant-Colonel John Bums, and all the acorns from which the battalion officers grow, Second Lieutenants Joseph Boyer, Calvin Cahoon, Anthony Cristo, Sidney Goldman, William Harvey, Richard Lopes, James O ' Neil, Robert Riley, Robert Seppala, Jack Sieg, Donald Bowen, Allan Earle, and Hannibal Nunes. " This all in one breath, like an assignment learned. " And our applause satisfied even their pride. What a fine job they did when they actually put their Sam Browne belts on. " " But our last year was best of all, " insisted Bertha Harris. " We got our rewards then. We could sit in the floor supervisors ' offices, and tend the supply rooms, usher visitors around the building, lead the newspaper drive, be secretaries, help in the office, and be called there on mysterious errands, run the clubs and periodicals, and lots of us didn ' t have to take twenty points. " " You had charge of the sale of all United States Savings Bonds and Stamps in the high school that year, didn ' t you, Bertha? " asked Arlene Alto. " I remember listening to the President ' s address to Congress asking for a declaration of war on the Axis powers as it came over the public address system. And that was the year I was Mr. Budrow ' s secretary, and had to write a note to Mr. Rosen, thanking him for allowing the Automotive Shop to use his car every day to practice on. " " The shops were busy that year, " Virginia Friend cut in " I know that Mr. Corrigan ' s printers worked overtime, and not at double pay, either; and the carpenters made bleachers, while the electricians did a lot of work around the gym. All the vocational shops had an exhibit of their work at the Statler Hotel in December, too. " " Mr. Ellis conducted a Red Cross course on Tuesday nights, too. " Ethel told nobody in particular. " Ever since taking that course I ' ve wished somebody would get bitten by something, like a snake, while I was around, so that I could practice. " " The shops certainly helped athletics that year, " Phil Drohan reflected. " There were Robert Olson, George Amero, Ned Cameron, Don Levie, Robert Watters, Paul Lawson, William Strescino, and Cal, here, who led the cross-country team his junior year. " " Yes, and don ' t forget that Joe Knowlton, Frank Perry, Myles Campbell and Ralph Murray spent a year in the shops, " Andy Ferrant added. " Of course, the academic departments contributed Lopes, Riley, Cahill, Mulloney, Shields, McLeod and Damon, but we certainly did our share. " " What a trip the basketball team took during our March vacation, " Favazza cut in. " We played Granville, Herkimer, Stroudsberg, Bloomfield, and the Taft Hotel, and did better against the Taft than anywhere else. " " You boys had the benefit of performing before outside audiences, " argued Corinne Cavanaugh. " But how about the girls? Athletes like June Mellow, Winnie Andrews, Gia Cox, Dotty Fulford — for four years consistent leaders in their gym classes; versatile at calisthenics, games, demonstrations, or rifle team — were probably as good as any girls active in the gym classes in years. But you didn ' t hear enough about them. " 96 " All right, all right, Corinne, " said Richard Amero, " let ' s leave the Battle of the Sexes to James Thurber. One thing I remember is going to Boston to hear the Symphony, and to see Shakespeare and Shaw. That is a side of school activities that should be more and more stressed. " " It certainly paid you, Dick, " Norma Shepard told him. " I can see you yet, with your gray beard, sleeping in rare calm in The Marriage Proposal. What was the other play the Dramatics Club produced af the same time? " " That was The Patchwork Quilt, Norma, " explained Normy McLeod. " Shirley Surrette was the old grandmother, living with Richard and Valerie, and Ethel and Roland Hildonen were ghosts from the past. Why, that was the play that com- peted in the Dramatics Festival in Boston. Don ' t you remember the portrait above the mantel, drawn by Steve Nickas, who won a scholarship at the Vesper George School of Art? " " The Glee Clubs earned their money that year by producing Trial by Jury, " Harriman reminded them. " Stella (there should be an r on the end of that name), Clifford Benson, Carlo, and Allan did a grand job with it. Don’t forget them and the trip to Providence. " " Didn ' t we have any bright individuals in the class? " Mary Abbott wanted to know. " Were we sheep? Did we have to do everything in herds? " " Why, Mary, " protested Shirley Rice, " we had our Sawyer Medal winners, of course. Joe Boyer, Mamie Chianciola, Dick McNamara, Helen Niemi, Ronnie Cahill, and Betty Acker took good care of that for us. And we had our language prize winners, too. Peggy Williams and Evelyn Carlson knew enough German to run the Intelligence Service, Louise Heald read about the fashions in French news- papers, while Barbara Black, Bebe Alper, and Gia Cox could deliver any of Cicero ' s orations at a moment ' s notice. " " While Gia was our D. A. R. Pilgrim, too, " added Priscilla McKay, " and Barbara Black won the College Women ' s Book Prize. Also, it seems to me, Valerie Knapp branched into poetry very successfully one year. " " Do you know, " Mary spoke again, " about all I really remembered when we started talking over the old days was that we were one class that had plenty of fun in school. But I think now that we ought to have a written record of these memoirs. We ' ve probably left out many events, but among us, we ' ve recalled more than any one person could. " There came a chuckle from a corner of the room. Betty Stone was waving a notebook in her hand. " Look, Pat Shea has taken down every word we ' ve said, in shorthand. Just for practice, of course. We can get Charlotte Bradley to type us copies in about fifteen minutes. " " Fine, Betty. " Cahill took over now. " Let ' s see — we want this to be perfect. Barbara Black, you and Taylor and Doris Hildonen and McNamara chock for spelling errors, will you? And who can we get to edit it? Oh, sure — Valerie, you and Ethel do that, will you? And Barbara can double up with you on that. " " Bill, how about putting this review on the market? " Sidney Goldman had a suggestion. " With an unusual piece like this, we might sell enough copies to pay our fares back to America. " " I guess we can do that all right, " Bill agreed, looking around. " Mary Daley, Charlotte, Helen, Bertha, Arlene, Priscilla, and William Bradley always took care of the business end of our literary ventures, and I guess they haven ' t forgotten how. " They hadn ' t, here ' s the memoir, and we ' re home again. 97 ■ » anawaaiiaa . aa§ «aaaaipH aaaBa a ■ »iaaA ' ei aa aaiB ■i MttB Vf.K h a» » aaaaj a a 8 a a v 4 » fc • Mb Si ' ljQ [ | «.w IHpii mm Bfr ' If R " i ’ k-‘ C K v IW i »4 i j3 U( i i L mm J 1 1 pH AUTOGRAPHS 1 i ' J -“1 . ; % ' JE ' j 1 4 V»T 18 v f lag? t. 1 • » 1 1 " ’ i ■ f k 4$ JP i 9k Hi n l i 8H f r ■ ' Hki KB L w _ 1 1 J um ( A f v L vW m » Tat V IQ ' s 1 ■ ' jjH C“ ■ « h f n 1 9 4 1 B ii ' mmm _ A ,3 " H; r a. T vJ i V p SJ EDUCATION AND DEFENSE UNITED FOR VICTORY SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY gives ambitious men and women college and professional training while employed in Defense. Do your bit for Uncle Sam every day in office or factory. But why not use your free time to better prepare yourself to serve your country in the days of victory ahead? Day and Evening Sessions — Part-time program if desired COLLEGES Liberal Arts — Journalism — Business Administration Day or Evening courses for A.B.; B.S. in J.; or B.S. in B.A. degree. Special Pre-legal course meeting requirements for entrance to Law School, entitling one to Associate in Arts certificate. Entrance requirement: 15 acceptable units or equivalent. LAW SCHOOL Day or Evening courses for LL.B. degree. Entrance requirement: 60 semester hours of academic work. GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LAW 2-yr. Evening course for LL.M. degree. For LL.B. graduates only. SUMMER SESSION — July 6 - August 14, 1942 FALL SEMESTER IN ALL DEPARTMENTS BEGINS — Sept. 21, 1942 Call, write or phone CAP. 0555 for catalog SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR Derne Street Beacon Hill Boston, Mass. Compliments of WESTON U. FRIEND Alderman Compliments of DR. A. H. PURDY CAPE ANN TICKET AND LABEL CO. Complete Printing Service 222 EASTERN AVENUE TELEPHONE 2686 106 Ui we THE TRAINING MEETS THE NEEDS OF THE TIME BURDETT COLLEGE j or the immediate demand jor the future opportunity One- and two-year courses. Well-qual- ified faculty. Extra-curricula activities. Day and Evening classes. Previous com- mercial training not required. Courses meet the needs of business and govern- ment. Calls for graduates exceed sup- ply. Catalogue contains full informa- tion. LYN N BURDETT COLLEGE Telephone LYnn 2-0243 4 MT, VERNON STREET, LYNN, MASS. BEST WISHES FROM THE CLASSES OF 1943 1944 AND 1945 107 Northeastern University College of Liberal Arts Offers for young men a broad program of college subjects serving as a foundation for the under- standing of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. Students may concentrate in any of the following fields: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Mathematics, Physics, and English (including an option in Journalism). Pre-Medical, Pre- Dental and Pre- Legal courses are offered. Varied opportunities available for vocational specialization. Degree: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. College of Engineering Offers for young men curricula in Civil, Mechan- ical (with Air-Conditioning, and Aeronautical op- tions), Electrical, Chemical, and Industrial Engineering. Classroom study is supplemented by experiment and research in well-equipped labora- tories. Degree: Bachelor of Science in the pro- fessional field of specialization. College of Business Administration Offers for young men the following curricula: Accounting, Marketing and Advertising, and Industrial Administration. Each curriculum provides a sound training in the fundamentals of business practice and culminates in special courses devoted to the various professional fields. Degree: Bachelor of Scie nce in Business Administration. School of Law Offers three-year day and four-year evening under- graduate programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. A minimum of one-half of the work accepted for a bachelor ' s degree in an ap- proved college or its full equivalent required for admission to undergraduate programs. Case method of instruction. The School also offers a two-year evening program open to graduates of approved law schools and leading to the degree of Master of Laws. Under- graduate and graduate programs admit men and women. School of Business Offers curricula through evening classes in Ac- counting, Industrial Management, Distributive Management, and Engineering and Business, lead- ing to the degree of Bachelor of Business Ad- ministration in specified fields. Preparation for C. P. A. Examinations. A special four-year curri- culum in Law and Business Management leading to the Bachelor of Commercial Science degree with appropriate specification is also offered. Shorter programs may be arranged. Co-educational. Evening Courses of the College of Liberal Arts Certain courses of the College of Liberal Arts are offered during evening hours affording concentration in Economics, English, History and Government or Social Science. A special program preparing for admission to the School of Law is also available. The program is equivalent in hours to one-half the requirement for the A.B. or S.B. degree. Associate in Arts title conferred. Co-educational. Co-operative Plan The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Engineering and Business Administration offer day programs for men only, and are conducted on the co-operative plan. After the freshman year, students may alternate their periods of study with periods of work in the employ of business or industrial concerns at ten-week intervals. Under this plan they gain valuable experience and earn a large part of their college expenses. FOR CATALOG — MAIL THIS COUPON AT ONCE NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Director of Admissions Boston, Massachusetts Please send me a catalog of the □ College of Liberal Arts □ College of Engineering □ College of Business Administration □ School of Law □ Evening School of Business □ Evening — College of Liberal Arts G Day Pre-Medical Program O Day Pre-Dental Program O Day and Evening Pre-Legal Programs Name... Address. C-£o 108 Best Wishes to the Class of 1942 from WILLIAM G. BROWN CO. and SHEPHERDS MARKET, INC. Frederics, Zotos Realistic Permanent Waving Hair Cutting and All Branches of Beauty Culture Compliments of peggy page beauty salon NORTH SHORE THEATRE 269 Main St. Tel. 1605 Gloucester ( Near North Shore Theatre ) A Coat or Dress for Every Occasion AT THE ADASKO FASHION SHOP Compliments of Where Quality and Individuality Prevail 211 MAIN STREET THE ANDON STUDIO GLOUCESTER, MASS. Graduation Underwear and Hosiery BOULEVARD SWEET SHOP FAVORITE CORSET SHOP 99 WESTERN AVENUE Telephone 692-W GLOUCESTER, MASS. 11 WASHINGTON STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of GEORGE A. REED SON MYRTLE SQUARE Iron and Brass Castings GLOUCESTER, MASS. Telephone 3700 109 £ mpire 169-171 MAIN STREET, GLOUCESTER A Store for Youth Apparel and Accessories for Misses Clothing and Furnishings for Men Where Quality and Value Go Hand in Hand PRESSON ICE CREAM CO. 87 ROGERS STREET The Home of Good Ice Cream Compliments of LE PAGE’S, INC. CAPE ANN NATIONAL BANK “THE SERVICE BANK” 154 Main Street Gloucester, Massachusetts Banking in all Branches Compliments of WEST END TAXI Telephone 3200 I 10 NATIONAL HOUSE FURNISHING CO. 196 1911 MAIN STUEET TELEPHONE 1904 Gloucester ' s Oldest Furniture Store We Invite Your Inspection of Our Modern Jewelry Department WARREN A. ELWELL F. J. BABSON SON INSURANCE SAFE DEPOSIT TRUST CO. BUILDING GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS TELEPHONE 1561 Compliments of MERCHANT BOX COMPANY Compliments of THE COOPER-BESSEMER CORPORATION L. C. MCEWEN, DISTRICT MANAGER 49 Duncan Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of KUPSINEL PHOTOGRAPHER 112 HALL’S Tel. 2147-R A. F. SILVA 28 HANCOCK STREET CUSTOM TAILOR “WHERE MORE PEOPLE BUY RADIOS!” Cleansing, Pressing, Dyeing, Repairing, Fur Work Repair Service For All Makes 89 y 2 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of PARKHURST MARINE RAILWAYS Compliments of All kinds of Ship Work Promptly Attended To D. B. HODGKINS SONS GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of JOHN T. HOWARD CO. Authorized Agent for Electrical Contractors D. 0. FROST GENERAL ELECTRIC OIL FURNACE AND AIR CONDITIONING PRODUCTS Fisherman ' s Oiled Clothing 19 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. We’ve Said It Before, and We’ll Say It Again! Compliments of STRAND THEATRE BUY AMERICAN WATCHES HAMILTON - ELGIN - WALTHAM GLOUCESTER The Popular Meeting Place of G. H. S. BLANCHARD Students for 20 Years Office Phone 2788-W Res. Phone 2788-R Compliments of Call us NOYES THE MOVER Packing , Moving, Shipping, Storage ARMSTRONG SHOE CO. SPORT SHOES 121 ROGER STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. GRADUATION SHOES KL usdhM 3 Compliments of Compliments of CAPE ANN LODGE No. 1471 PERMANENT FIREMEN’S LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Compliments of the GLOUCESTER LODGE OF ELKS NATIONAL BUTCHERS Compliments of 99 Main Street TIDEWATER ENGINEERING Telephone 2852 COMPANY GLOUCESTER, MASS. LUFKIN’S DINER Compliments of Catering CHARD AND WILKINSON ANDREW LUFKIN ANNISQUAM MARKET Compliments of CAPTAIN BEN PINE I 14 CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK A Massachusetts Mutual Savings Bank operated for the benefit of its depositors STABILITY MUTUAL SAVINGS CENTRAL FUND INC. Compliments of GORTON-PEW FISHERIES MIMI SHOP Where Smart Girls Meet Smart Clothes COMPANY, LTD. Dine At The BUSY BEE RESTAURANT Excellent Reputation for 26 Years Steaks — Chops — Sea Foods Try Our Specials Every Day Compliments of TEDDY’S LUNCHEONETTE 84-88 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. L. E. COMEAU Home Made Candies and Salted Nuts Prescription Druggist 276 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. NICHOLS CANDY STORE 46 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of GIRLS’ CLUB of GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL El Circulo Espanol S’Amicale Fran aise NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Der Deutsche Verein of the GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL Best Wishes From The LATIN CLUB ART CLUB Compliments of THE Y.M.C.A. THE Offers Youth Opportunity ROOSEVELT CLUB “GET READY FOR THE NEW DAY” Best Wishes From DONALD J. ROSS, Mayor JEWELRY GIFTS SANDLER’S Jewelers 136 MAIN STREET Musical Instruments RADIOS Records JleMAty. Jlie ettotten Compliments of TUR FELT H ATS ALPER’S CLOTHING STORE CREATORS Or DISTINCTIVE STYLES WHOLESALE RETAIL 109 MUNROE ST.. LYNN 93 MAIN STREET lYnn 2-1093 2-4771 GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Compliments of Compliments of DR. FIALHO DR. TAYLOR What better souvenir of school days than the pictures in your classbook? Classbooks produced by Semco Photo-lithography can be generous- ly illustrated by photographs and drawings at little or no additional cost. This book was produced by S.emco Photo-lithography. SPAULDING-MOSS COMPANY h rr J 42 Franklin Street r j Boston. Massachusetts 118 Compliments of MeINNIS W ANSON LAWYERS Complimcntf L DeLOTTO’s ' SEANCE 4 STATIC AUTO REPAIRING 35 Washington Sireet V Compliments of SUCCESS MANUFACTURING COMPANY Compliments of the TIMES COMPANY j (j i4 Compliments of v L J t, - , A FRIEND r XT S. CURTIS SONS Compliments of BUDROW’S GARAGE ART JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS North Shore’s Most Beautiful Store 113 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of W. T. GRANT CO. I 19 s4u tocj ranh .( " P odS 1° uilt _ f o ■ m •


Suggestions in the Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) collection:

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

1939

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1940 Edition, Page 1

1940

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

1941

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.