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S ' 523. .wg ., . .Fla f THE 11944 JFLIKCKER 1 if S J 2 5 I 3 , O ? lg 5 H A xg Wk a. 15 kk Published by THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL O- , , H. f GLOUCESTER. MASSACHUSETTS 1 .'4'. 1 ri ' ,- no un- . "EG: ' f L' ' , ' 'f '55, if ' ,gif .39 S ,wi Qi, WP' L! 1 1 A fw,!j' 5- if-I I I I 5.-in' N , ggi-gafg .,: ' 1,54 1 ,K K - 211' u K Q 1 3,1 -' V ALMA MATER TABLE of CONTENTS PAGE Prologue . 7 Dedication . 8 Honor Roll . . . 9 Aclministration and Faculty . I0 Seniors . . . 17 Home Rooms . 42 Senior Superlatives . . . 46 Gleanings from the Class Ballot . 48 Class History . . 50 As you were 52 Activities . 54 Snapshots . . 68 Vocational School 78 Class Calendar 82 R. O. T. C. 84 Athletics . 90 Class Prophecy . 98 5 SL.: , 'A -1 'u 4 L 4 r ,fl 1 ff 35 .'1f 4" 1 'gil' . 'vt0"'5 ai""e' ifgliiitlfll ffl! 5 PROLOGUIE Good Reader, while turning through these pages, should you recall your high school years, I'6llll'llll7l'l' the classmates who traveled with you: for recorded hcrc are not the acts of individuals but the deeds of an entire class working side hy side. VVe, the Class of '44, are graduated into a world at war, striving together to attain a world at peace. Once we have reached our goal, we shall seek the arts of peace. The dreams and aspirations which we have formed in school will once more become our major aims, and towards these aims shall we direct our common strength. 7 Iii? wir sf? ik si? If? 'ik ik DIEDIKCATIION O THE MEN AND WOMEN FROM OLOUOESTER HIGH SCHOOL WHO ARE SERVING SO OALLANTLY IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES, WE, THE CLASS OF 1944, WITH SINOERE ADMIRATION, RESPECT, AND ORATITUDE, PROUDLY DEDIOATE OUR FLICKER. if if sf? 'Dr If? if? if 8 ui? 'ir il' 'iff if if Sir CLASS OIF 11911141 HONOR ROLL john Bachman, U.S.N. Edward Holmes, U.S.A. Thomas Brown, U.S.A. Francis Kerepka, U.S.A. VVilliam Burns, U.S.N. Edmund Klotz, U.S.N. Peter E. Cook, U.S.N. Blichael L. Linquata, U.S.A. john M. Curley, U.S.N. Roderick McNeil, U.S.N. Roscoe Friend, U.S.N. Thomas Saco, U.S.N. Hanford A. Greene, U.S.A. james Strople, U.S.A. Leo Hammon, U.S.N.. David Symonds, U.S.N. 431 wif ik wir wir if 'ik' 9 9 I H ' i f lg MR. LESLIE O. JOHNSON, Principal LIISS ELLEN A. SUININIERVILLE INIISS PAULINE E. XVICKEY fSecrz'taries to the Principalj ADMINISTRATION AND IFACIJIJIY A: S, .. , A , .ffrw ' ' 'fy A Ai.. 5 311 IWR. RALPH P. PARSONS RUSS NIARUARICT C. TVFTS l'i4r Prinfipal Dran of Girl: 2 5 Q F 3 5 ri RQQ4- y QA "-ig,-xq IM"--""' KM . "lv- MR, LIQONARIT ll. SC'U'1Q'l' I.lIil"I'. FRANCIS P. IVIFNERNEY, SIG. CORPS Dirrrlur nf l'om1irnml Srlmal Prof. Military Sfirnrr ami Tariff: 'g K ,..... 'S-ZX ln.. A MR. j. S'l'ANI.IiY TIIUMSUN IWR. VVINSLUW PARKHURST SXSGT. CHARLES VV. 'l'l'CKIiR, l'.S lfloorrnaxtrr, .S'z'fuml Fluor Flllflfflldifff, Third Floor .lssixtant in R.0.T.C. ll -fist A 1 mower ff- ENGLISH Mr. Hibbert L. Norton, Miss Marjorie H. Gale, Mr. Stephen Gatzimos, Miss Esther E. Burn- ham, Miss Mary E. Ford, Miss Hortense L. Harris, head of department. Miss Martha A. Carroll, Miss Frances H. McGrew, Miss Madeline L. Selig. SCIENCE Mr. William F. Greely, Mr. Roy H. Lane, Miss Marjorie S. Crawley. Mr. George H. Coleman, head of department, Miss Gladys B. Tarr. MATHEMATICS Mr. Henry Rosen, Mr. Howard A. Wiggin, Mr. Aarne A. Frigard. Mr. Daniel F. Harris, Miss Margaret C. Tufts, Mr. Winslow S. Parkhurst, head of department, Mr. Raymond Silva. 12 Zigi M SOCIAL STU DIES Mr. Benjamin ll. Frazier, Miss Rnsalynde llammnncls, Mr. Ralph P. Parsons, head of depart- rncntg Miss E. Kathleen Brophy, Mr, Earle F. YVilder. Also: Miss Mary E. Burke. LANGUAGES Mr. llcnry Ruscn, Miss Lillian E. Mcars, Miss Mildred E. Frustholm, Miss Josephine P. Ray llililil lilllfliiilll 5 c0Mx1IcRc1AL Mr. Daniel F. llarris, jr., Miss Grace E. McGinley, Miss Beatrice II. Christnphersnn, Mr. J. Stanlcy Thompson, Miss Mazie E. Smith, Mrs. Ilelen C. Houcle, Mrs. Marion F. Vlloodrufl, head uf dcpartmentg Miss Carrie I. VVumlbury, Miss M. Evelyn Oliver, Miss.Dor0thy M. Murphy. I3 u:nu---wry fm FREEHAND AND MECHANICAL DRANVING Mr. Vernon C. Hooper, Miss Mabel Spofford, head of departmentg Mr. Howard A. Curtis, Mr. Timothy F. Holloran. HOMEMAKING fi Miss Lucille S. Gaffney, Mlm Edna J. Rundquist, head of departmentg Miss Doris Lunderville. INIUSIC hir. G. Allyn Browne assistant supervisory Miss Eleanor F. Moore, supervisor 14 if 1 -0 MISS ANNA P. SAVAGE fflirlr' Gym. Inslruftorj I ,wus-J .. ,,.., INIISS DUROTIIY A. LUNDICRUON flibrarianj MISS VVINIFRISD ROSS fSrImnl Nursrj .E MR. FRICI7 P. 'IWVUMIQY fliayx' Gym. lrulrudorj MR. ANTONIO GIZNTILE lliaml Inflruflorj I5 CORP. RICIIARIJ POVVICRS, I'.S.A Llssislant in R.U.T.C.j A PRAYER OIF TI-IANKSGIVING N THESE TRYING HOURS OF OUR NA- TION'S HISTORY MAY WE GRATEFULLY RECORD HERE A WORD OF APPRECIATION FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO PURSUE OUR LEARNING IN AN ATMOSPHERE OF FREE- DOM AND GOODWILL. AS YOUNG CITIZENS OF A FREE AMERICA WE GIVE THANKS TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE MADE THIS LEARN- ING POSSIBLE. MAY WE SO USE OUR KNOWL- EDGE AND TRAINING TO THE OPTIMUM OF OUR ABILITY AND IN SUCH WISE AS TO BRING SATISFACTION AND HONOR TO OUR SCHOOL, TO OUR COMMUNITY, AND TO OUR COUNTRY. THE CLASS OF 1944 I6 ff!',,f4,1flf fp, Hy lfi CLASS MATTHEW W. COONEY, JR. "Duddy" 5 Cedar Street College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: li. I.. M. Activities: Class President5 Major5 llaskell Medal Drill 2, 35 Individual Drill 35 Guard Mount 25 Football 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 National llonor Society 3, +5 junior Representa- tive of Athletic Association Council 35 French Club 1, 2, 3, President 45 Roosevelt Club -l-5 Round Table 3, 45 junior Rotarian5 Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and llistorical Society. JEAN M. HOLMES ' , "'Red'7 27 Elm Street - Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: "'I'hat Sailor of Mine." Activities: Class Secre- tary5- Classroom Spelling Champion 25 Flash Staff 35 Beacon Staff 35 Bank 3, President 45 Girls' Club Cabinet 2, 3, Secretahy 45 National Honor Society 53, Secretary 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 45 Service Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Assistant '1'e:icler's Secretaryx35 '1'eacher's Secretary 45 juni r Tea Committee 35 Senior Tea Commit- tee -I-5 Wlinnin Howling Team 25 Mother- Daughter Haniiet Committee 45 Honorary Member of Cape Ann Scientific, Literary, and Historical Association +5 100-word Shorthand Award5 501word Typing Award5 Victory Corps 35 llonors., t gli' ll94ll1ll X 1? oh X. if 'x . ,Aj 17 ROBERT E. MALONE Bob 21 Essex Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: To be a success in future life and P. D. Activities: Class Vice President5 Colonel5 Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Com- mander Prize Squad 35 Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4-5 Basketball 3, 45 Track 2, 3, -l-5 Major George H. Morse Award 25 Second Individual Drill Medal 35 junior Haskell Medal 35 Randolph Hearst Medal 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 A. A. Council, President 4. l JAMES R. MELLOW, JR. "Jim" 12 Brightside Avenue Scientific. Outstanding Interest: Collecting other people's books. Activities: Class Treasurer Flicker Staffg R. O. T. C. Captain +5 Ind vidual Drill 35 Haskell Drill 35 Sergeant . French 3 Book Prize5 Flash Staff 2, 3, Editor +5 National Honor Society 3, President 45 Stevens Book Reviewers 3, second Vice President 4-5 French Club 2, 'Treasurer 35 Secretary +5 Sci- ence Club 25 Camera Club 35 Round Table 3, Vice President -I-5 Art Club 15 Honorary Mem- ber Cape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Association5 Vice President E. M. S. P. A.5 Highest Honors. GRACE AIELLO "Boston" 44 Middle Street General. Outstanding Interest: Dancing. EDWARD R. ALVES "Eddi4 29 Friend Street Scientific. Outstanding Interest: R.O.T.C. Ask Ji and Andy. Activities: R.O.T.C. Captain 4: Secol Place Prize Squad 2, 3, Commander 3: Guard Honor 2, 3: Victory Corps 3, 4: Senior Ilaskt Medal 3: Flash Staff 1: "Erminie" 3: French Cll 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2: Roosevelt Club 4: Inc vidual Drill 3: Guard Mount 2: Haskell Med Drill 2, 3: Delliberators 1, 2. GERALDINE AMERO "jerry" 6 Herrick Court Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: Music and K.P. Activities: Victory Corps 2, 3, 4: Service Club l, 2, 3, -I-: Roosevelt Club 4: Camera Club 3, 4. I ARTHUR T. ANDERSON 'lAnd3 I 89 VVestern Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: Ask Alves and Iire nan. Activities: Prize Squad 2, 3: Guard of Hont 2, 3: Haskell Drill 3: Second Lieutenant 4: Fon ball, Assistant Manager 4. RALPH W. ANDERSON, JR. "Andy" 16 North Kilby Street Vocational. Outstanding Interest: Highland Place. Activities: Prize Squad 3: Sergeant 4: Guard of Honor 4: Football, Assistant Manager 2, 3, 4: Baseball, Assistant Manager l, 2: Track 2: Indi- vidual Drill 4. r s. 1 SARAH ANNX ANDREWS - N31 Leonard Street :ColIege, Gutstantl g Interest: The Medical Pr fession and "W'xdy' Point", N. II. Activitie "Trial By jury":4Girls' Club Cabinet 1, 2, Vi President 3, President 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, I Latin Club 2: Science Club 2: Roosevelt Club 4. ix N WALTER W. ANDREWS "Wzilt" Forest Avenue, Fssex Vocational. Outstanding Interest: If S. Army Air Corps. Activities: Sergeant 4: Baseball, Essex: Iligh School Play, Essex. J - if CAROLINE ARVILLA "Caro 52 Taylor Street General. Outstanding Interest: That Certain Som one In the U. S. Navy. Activities: Victory Corps Service Club 4-. ,CNRS AUBREY ' "Auth" "Aggie" 7 llammond Street 'ommereial. Outstanding Interest: To have fun. tctivities: Tr.-aelter's Secretary 3, 4. MARY BAKER "Bake" 50 Pleasant Street General. Outstanding Interest: IT. S. Air Corps and Nursing. Activities: Victory Corps 2, 3, 4: "Trial By jury": "lCrminie": Girls' Club Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Roosevelt Club 4: Glee Club 2, Librarian 3, Vice President 4. 'RISCILLA MAY BEEMAN "Pal" "Syl" 5 Elizabeth Road ieneral. Outstanding Interest: Music, Sports and fiovies. Activities: Flicker Staff 4: Victory Corps , 4: "Frminie" 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Sei- 'nce Club 2: Service Club I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club , 4: Teat'her's Secretary 4: Girl Rille Team 4: lonors. MARJURIE, S. ' ' ' "Margie" f ak Stree i ,Ct ege 'Prbpa ory.NOut: ing It erest: Mdsie. ' At 'vitiesf Flicker c'to al Sta 'lpsh 4: D :"l'r .t,l,Hy jur "' , ' ,rm ni " , ent? w 3, 4: bgfbitr' Club 2 , 4: Rig lubM:, ounil Table : Se e ry : Gl 2'xLi Sian 3, 4: De- 0' s I, ecresagy' Z: Servire lub 1, 2, 3: 'ard 4. Q ff il 'lf' RUTH MARIAN BICK HIL --Igt77ltie" '-liiyya 4 7 l lillsi e Courf-1 f 1' I'oI gqkye ratory utstarqtlyqh Intereslz I,I.S.M.C. R 'ffesz Setting ' ' a Cbrjimmee: er-l7augh- e B nquetfgo ittee:'Mictory Co 4: "lir- inie'! 3: 12' timaties Club 4: Rome'elt"4: Glee l'lub 3, 4. Xt I B vm A ' f -'Bev' l W' 4' a ison 'enue 1 -, iss, V 1 H 9' ts din' nte sz ed Lol- . K cti es:l ker . : Cham- pio. p 0' "n 2' : e 'em 4: "etor ps irill at ' ,'U. ' Z-lling 5 wart : B nk 3 4 . . Clulf 3, Presi- l ' ' me , u , S rice Clu : Roosevelt , , I.0l. I I "Lol" , 'Rear 30 lliglilantl Street Firletiirts. Cltlgtffntlittg ,llnterestz Navy Seabees and Zlflitllaes. Aetib ies' Mrvtlzer-fllattghter Banquet Com- itte : Service,Ciul1 2, 3,"4: Camera Club 4: Art Clubzl, 2, +1 fegrtthry 2: SciencefClub 2: Senior, f Ilan Committee. ,K , 3 fl ' - " 4 ' X ,W . f 1 l 1 .wi RAYM04? .lf'BOUC IE, 1 xx: "Busby" ' I 102 Pr Q I 'Street s Eaenifral. ,Outstanding nteirest: Andy's on Sunday X .fternopn. Activities: Second Lieutenant: Guard ounf'1: "bird Place Prize Squad 2: VVinning ,' iize Squ 3: Guard :of Honor 2, 3: Individual .f 'Cupdrntu ryyf 3:"Vietory Corps 4: Classroom Spellin1:,:Awartl 3: Prize Drill Medal 3: Roose- !j'velt Club 4. 'K I I ! 3 fi ' I f MELVIN RUSSELL BOWEN "Mel" 7 Ashland Place Vocational-Printing. Outstanding Interest: To Join the Army. Activities: R. O. T, C. Captain 45 Indi- vidual Drill 35 Prize Squad 35 Guard of Honor 35 Corporal 35 Benjamin Franklin Club 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 3. EDWIN J. BRENNAN "Windy" 30 Addison Street Vocational Sheet Metal. Outstanding Interest: Sheet Metal. Activities: Corporal 45 Artisan Club, As- sistant Treasurer 2. JAMES H. BRENNAN "Jimmy" 6M Winchester Court General. Outstanding Interest: Merchant Marine and Andy's parlor. Activities: Second Lieutenant 45 Prize Squad 35 Exhibition Platoon 2, 35 Guard of Honor for General 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Track 3, 45 Spelling Award 15 Glee Club 3, 45 "Erminie" 35 Music Festival 3, 4-. ROBERT EDWARD BROAD, JR. "Bob" 2 Hampden Street Scientific. Outstanding Interest: Ask Bruce-Baskeb ball-Chemistry. Activities: Second Lieutenant5 Basketball 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Science Club 25 Roosevelt Club, Treasurer 45 Win- ning Platoon 2, 35 Winning Company 35 Haskell Drill 35 Winning Intra-Mural League Team 25 Second and Third Place Platoon League Basketball VVinners 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANNE BROWN "Betty" 996 VVashington Street llomemaking. Outstanding Interest: Sports and Theatre. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 45 Class Spell- ing Champion 25 National Honor Society 45 Jun- ior Red Cross Canteen 3, Secretary 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Roosevelt Club 45 Catering Club 25 Art Club 2. ROBERT BRUCE 40 Middle Street General, Outstanding Interest: The Seven Seas. Activities: Third Place Prize Squad 35 Second Lieutenant. PHILIP BURNHAM 19' Mount Vernon Street General. Outstanding Interest: Wine, women, and sleep. Activities: Corporal 45 Football 45 Class Advisory Board 45 Basketball 3, 45 Perfect At- tendance 1. WILIAIAM BURNS "Bill" 10 Addison Street General. Outstanding Interest: Eat, sleep, and Nick's. Activities: Winning Company 25 Prize Squad 35 Guard of Honor 3. K , D up .,r , l . j,,,,Wf,m h V, , , 1, f - Bgptilf gm NNE 'CALLAHAN -'Ke-ily' If Lf?" n Avenue, South Essex Commercib, Outstanding Interest: Essex Falls. ie 4,54 IAAJIALI' 1 fodp :KR CALLEDAR g Kel E elf 'd 'greet "K . pf' gYNu ses Trsning. Out t di Intereh ed Lt pops. Activities: Flas ' ctury Corps 3 "Patchwork Quilt"5 assachuse rama Festi' Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, 45 Scie e Club 35 Ext tive Board 1, 25 Roosevelt Club 45 Camera Clu Treasurer 4. KENNETH W. CAMERON "Ken" 6 Ledgemont Avenue Scientific. Outstanding Interest: VVomen. Activities: Prize Squad 35 Guard Mount 35 Guard of Honor 35 Individual Drill 35 Corporal 35 Rifle Team 25 Bachelor Trophy 25 Platoon Drill 2, 35 Platoon Basketball 2, 3, 45 Award for Model Airplane5 French Club 2, 35 Roosevelt Club 45 Stage Crew l. ANNA SANDRA CHIANCIOLA 19 School Street Commercial. Outstanding Interest: My brother the ll. S. Army Air Corps. Activities: Flicker S 45 Victory Corps 3, 45 Flash Staff 45 Bea Staff 45 Service Club 3, 45 Roosevelt Club 45 sistant Secretary 35 Secretary 45 Perfect Attenda 2, 3, 4. GLORIA E. CLARK 733 VVashington Street Fine Arts. Outstanding Interest: "Squam" and the Nation's Number I Trumpeter. Activities: Beacon Staff 1, 2, 35 Art Club I, 2. NANCY LOUISE CLARK "Nant 27 River Road, Annisquam College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: Friends. Activities: Flicker Editorial Staff 45 Bo ing Captain 25 Victory Corps 3, 45 Bank Cashier Latin Club l, 25 Executive Committee 3, 45 Sc ice Club 1, 2, 35 Award 45 Roosevelt Club Science Club 25 Girls' Rifle Team 45 Girls' ll Team 45 Honors, Flicker Co-Editor. RICHARD M. CLARK "Dick" "Ria-li" 20 Chapel Street General. Outstanding Interest: Army Air Corps -Magnolia. Activities: R. O. T. C. Captain 45 Individual Drill 2, 35 Haskell Drill 2, 35 Track 35 Prize Squad Award 25 Sergeant Gardener Medal 25 Prize Platoon 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 4, Treasurer 35 Basketball, Assistant Business Manager 3, Manager 4. JEAN D. COCSXVELL ".leunn Water Street, So. Essex Commercial. Outstanding Interest: Driving. Act ties: Girls' Hockey, Essex 25 Glee Club 3, 45 ' mgien 35 Filir3g'CertjfiCate:.l 5 2 ,, - 1 -1, 'sail . ' If 5 1 f"f,l 1, X! 21 4 ROLD ELLIOTI' COLEMAN "Sonny" 542 Essex Avenue ational-Carpentry. Outstanding Interest: Rais- Turkeys. To go to Alaska. J PETER E. COOK ' "Cookie" "Pete" 13 Poplar Street General. Outstanding Interest: Marine Corps and Sports. Activities: Football, Right Guard 1, 2, 3, 4: , Baseball, Pitcher 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Intra- mural Basketball Championship 2. i . 'Eggs 1:5 W V , 3 QEMAli'I. CO .-" Q "Freem'1 ' "V .A 69 QQ? enniul Awgerifixe ' f' xerhl. 'Outstanding Interest: ."Flying. iv 'esz' mfnelutenant: Prize Squad 3: Tra 3 4 Club 1. VM, if C . ,, K-1 ' I LO SE . O 3 ashingt treet ' ge Pre r ory. O ta ding I t est: lWi'hd oint, N. . and ' g. ctiv' ' Red Cr Surgic ssin airman 4: licke Staff: ' - tor ps 3, : amati Fr lub reside , E i Co t e : Latin b 2 sevelt 4: Ar l 1. -IN M. CURLEY "Jake" "Mike" 11 Harvard Street neral. Outstanding Interest: To Make a Good or in the U. S. Navy. Activities: First Lieuten- : Commander of Individual Drill: Second ce Prize Squad: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Member of : North Shore All-Star Football Team 4: Base- 3, 4: Winner of Freshman Basketball League: lletic Association, Vice-president 4: Roosevelt b. MARY LOUISE CURLEY "Tiny" 16 Millett Street Commercial-Clerical. Outstanding Interest: Danc- ing and More Dancing. Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4: Hitpin Baseball 1, 2, 3: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Perfect Attendance 2: Assistant Teacher's Secretary 3: Teacher's Secretary 4. .RRY J. CUSICK "Windy" 10 Locust Street 1eral. Outstanding Interest: To Be a Pilot. Ac- ties: Corporal. EVELYN DACCETI' Woodman Street General. Outstanding Interest: Nursing. X X - L Sk. 1 --5 'if if MARY WINIFRED DAGLE 19 Allen Street General. Outstanding Interest: My Ambition. Ae- tivities: Hitpin Baseball 2, 35 Victory Corps 3, 45 . Service Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2. ' JACQUELINE ' f 4- ig if-f .ie 9 st g f' Gener utstanding Alt . zllmllipops, tbe"4r K Jhtlferate New ,Xouk 'ind the I'ut 'flsctivitiea 1 Flicker Stptfg Victory Corps Staff 2, 1 3475 n Staff 2, JuniL?fEd4tor 3, Editor 45 Girl lj' b Qabinft 45 Drum tics Club 1, 2, 35 Athleti Associadonjlodhfil, Senior Representative 45 Sc X ?vGlub 25 Servicy lub -2 3,145 Roo. vek,P'lG 5 Camera Club, 45 R911 3b1g3 Art Club 1, Trea' fe? 35 H nw ember of th Cape Ann Sciengc, Literaig, a.ud'fIistorical Sf ciety5 Deliberators, Secretary 15 Junior Tea Corr mittee5 Senior Tea Com Ittee5 Mother-Daughtr Banquet Committee. DANIEL K. DAVIS, 5' R. "Dann zz M Q sq? Jf' ' Generalr tsta ' ' t: . O. ' '. C. Activi- ties -ynon eant 35 Lieutenzw Colonel 45 P ' quad 25 Guard w nt 25 ividual and Haskell D 'I 5 Fo , s" usiness Man- 7 a ' , agen' ' " 1 ' 'mal or" SW? I3, 45 Ca a .V 35 junior Rotariang llonorary embeyfm Cape A n Scientific, Historical, and Literary Association. E. JEAN DAVIS "jc-annie' 37 Dennison Street General. Outstanding Interest: "Squam" and th ':Navy." Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN II. DAVIS "Steve" 722 VVashington Street General. Outstanding Interest: That certain some- one. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 45 Classroom Spell- ing Champion 35 Spanish Club 3, 4. EMMA DAY "Sis 10 Orchard Street General. Outstanding Interest: To be a dress dt signer. Activities: Art Club l, 3. JACK DAY "John" 4 Wonson Street General. Outstanding Interest: Bickford's Navy and Lookout Street. Activities: R. O. T. C. Captain 45 Guard Mount 25 Haskell Medal Drill 2, 35 Indi- vidual Drill 2, 35 Winning Prize Squad 25 Com- mander of Prize Squad 35 Winning Platoon Drill 2, 35 Winning Company Drill 35 Band Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2,'35 "Mocking Bird"5 Camera Club 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Battery A Prize Squad Medal 35 Track 3. 5 JEAN A. DEDCOVICH "Dei-ky 14 East Main Street General. Outstanding Interest: Secretarial VVork. .DELAIDE E. DIGOU "Abigail" "Coco" 3M Williams Court ommercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: horthand and . Activities' Victor Cor s 3' '- - Y P pelling Bee 1, 3, Service Club 2, 3, 4: Teach- "s Secretary 3, 4. ROBERT EDWARD DONOVAN "Bob" 9 Norseman Avenue Vocational-Printing. Outstanding Interest: U. S. Merchant Marine. Activities: Corporal 33 lst Lieu- tenant 4, Victory Corps 3, 43 Class Spelling Award 3: Benjamin Franklin Club 2, 3, 4. AULINE MAE DOUCETTE "Polly" "Paula" 5 Sadler Street ommercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: lusic, Literature, and Cooking. Activities: Flicker ditorial Staff 43 Victory Corps 3, 4, Roosevelt lub 4: Beacon Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3 Service Club 1, 2, 3i Award 43 Glee Club 4g 'eacl1er's Secretary 3, 4: Bowling 3, Captain 3: ape Ann Scientific, Literary and Historical Asso- ationg Honors 1, 2, 3. Flicker Co-Editor. RALPH T. DOUCETTE, JR. "Ralpliie" Apple Street, Essex V tional-Electrical. Outstanding Interest: Electri- cal ineering. Activities: junior Rotarian. . xy . l , --A X ' rf? X , -. ,X .A , , . Q f K ,J , . IJ "ll"'x A 'I rt .-" xx KQLIQIS 5.90 ii CLAS ' -J -'Pnyr' l , " 'f s, V108 Ufestern Avenue Rises Tiainidg. '-Out andingf Interest: Trium- yate. Activities?-'iGirlskIub Cabinet 2, 3, Treas- 'er Hitpin,fBasel1all l,,j1'2, 3: ,Chairman of lniortiff Comlwttueg National Honor Society 4: rencl1'lCii3lq 2, 3, 45 Scien e Club 2, Service Club 2,' S,,5,AivardJ4g Qamira Club 43 Honorary lgixbefxgf Cape Ann-St:ientiHc, Literaify,,and His- rrcalxggisociationg Class Advisory Committee: lwyer edal,25 ALA. Council 4, Honors. I 'QQSHERMAN N: DOUGLASS -fshe.-me N " L ii' 9 Davis Stiieet l xii '1 N, - , , General. Outstanding Interest: Aviation. . , , ' -'N .1 . t . ,, 1' . 'ILLIAM T. EDSON V "Bill" 25 Gloucester Avenue eneral. Outstanding Inferest: U. S. A. A. F. and O. T. C. Activi ' s: 'Captaing4g Guard Mount Track 2, 3, 4 mandef of Winning Prize luad 33 Flaslfsalff 1 2"Beacon Staf lg "Mock g Bird", "T'Lfg3:-4f16"'9 German Club 2, :tin Club iiyiee C , 3, 4-5 qlee 'Club 2 3:1 o .s Rin ommittee. , 1' V, 1, m DE E. DRIBCE Hoes" v -I , bf' 40, 'shingttf Street ege 6utsta gy Interest Reconstructxomsm Um Windy goim, NMI-I. Activi ' S1 Flicker. Staff: I V y Cor 3 4, 'Orchestr J, 4, Dramatls Per- 4' Club 3,,1ff3La n Club 3: Roose- w velt ub 45C lee Clu . ' C s. I ' VV . 2, V ,A ,Vf , Al f , . ff if 24 'S' DU fmfff y 1 ily, ,JU ' .I. EI-LI?'IIY IRA "M,asIes" I 'I ,ll pgnuifrn Stidet M ' Collfgf5'rep:h' tory.tNG antlW3'InM ed Lol- lipoglf ul " m' ctivlt' E ,lcidly Cofps 3, 45 1? Club , deer t ry ,fgntin gooltflkize 39 s ' all 1, 2, 3, E itor g rc . f , 2, 3742 Nati al'I'Iofgo'r Socie 3, 3 Stexgkns Bopk Revibb! qrs, ib ian 4, SU '.e Chili 1, f 4 Tnast- gi MTNlother-I'5aughter Ifariryj , Clmirman I h Committee, Central G mar Speak- ,er4g Yrs I, 2, 3, 4. 'I ,I H RLICY ICI,I.I'IN EM SOIIX f 'om n alth J' Nurs n' . uts li est: arine . ities: Victory Cor , .enirr ' Club 4, en Club 3, 4: Arl' Club 1, 'acher ' etary 4. EDWIN R. ERIIIKSON "Erie" 63 Langsfortl Street General. Outstanding Interest: Counting Ration Stamps? IIICIIICR JAMES I"IiICNIiR "Heh" S Iissex Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: "Trask Street" and to Become A Flying Olhcer in the A. A. F. Activi- ties: Rifle Team 2, Prize Squad 2, 3, Corporal 3, Ilaskell Drill 3, Indiviclual Drill 43 Cross Coun- try '1'rack Team 1. f 1 1 A wi w 1 , J HIYTIIIL lrRr.lrf?,gJ.,4tss "Dada" 4 W 6,llfMt,Pleasarit Avenue College A51-patatory. Outstanding Interest: ? Activi- ties: French Club 35 .a '1 Club 1, 2, 3, Service Club 3, 4, Roosevel uh 4,'Art Club 2. MD SJ Q ex I'IIYI,I,IS . FI i 0 "PhyI"' 4 12' -- r Street G- Oi . andii Interest: To have fun. Ae- ' ies: i owli315,Awartl 23 Girls' Club k 'abinet Q .. '1 K 2, 3 Science Club 3, Serv- ice Cl Q, , 3, 45 eacher's Secretary 4, Perfect - Attendance . ' PIIIWARII FLANAGAN "Ed" IIQ Trask Street General. Outstanding Interest: To serve in the United States Marines. Activities: Sergeant. GICRTIIUIJE FUSBICRRY "Gert" Colonial Street Commercial Giving to the I'Ioh's r 3, 4 Ee 3, 4, Bowling 3, 100-VVr d T "-:H 'Ur 'Rm' CLOTILDE M. FRANCIS 42 Mount Pleasant Avenue Commercial Clerical. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Flicker Typist: Teacher's Secretary 4: Perfect Attendance 1. INA FRYE 116 Wheeler Street Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: Animals. SARAH GEORGE 1 M. ., "Sadie" 176 Washington Street 'L College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: Windy Point, N. H. Activities: Flicker Staff: Latin II , Book Prize: National Honor Society 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Service Club 1, 2, 3: Roosevelt Club 4. WILLIAM C. GIBSON "Bill" 10 Highland Street General. Outstanding Interest: Rifle Team. Activi- ties: Sergeant 4: Guard Mount: Latin Club 2: Roosevelt Club 4: Camera Club 3: Deliberatol Club 1, President 2: Rifle Team 4: lst Corps Area Match: Hearst Trophy Match. ROBERTA J. CINN "Bobby" X Acacia Street Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: Science. Activities: Victory Corps 3: French Club 3, 4. EDWARD A. GOODICK, JR. -gi "Eddie" 17 Allen Street Vocational-Printing. Outstanding Interest:sSleeping Activities: R. O. T. C. Captain: Benjamin Frank- lin Club 2, 4, Treasurer 3. CONSTANCEF GOODWIN 'l'C0nnie" "Shorty" . Rear 150 East Main Street General: Outstanding Interest: A. A. A. and Her- rings. Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3: Perfect Attend- ance 3. ETHEL GOODWIN "Little One" 41 Trask Street General. Outstanding Interest: Reading. Activities' Victory Corps, Senior Leader: Classroom Spelling Medal 2: Beacon Typist: Service Club: Teacher! Secretary 3, 4. ANICE GOODWIN "jan" 8 Chestnut Street 'ommercial-Clerical. Outstanding Interest: Three guesses. Activities: "Trial By jury"5 "Erminie"5 lank Messenger 45 Secretary 45 Girls' Glee Club , 3, 4. ROBERT CRAY 7 Eastern Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: Hunting. DONALD I". GREEI, "Clue-li" 76 Langsford Street ieneral. Outstanding Interest: Navy. Activities: Trial By jury"5 "Mocking Bird"5 "Erminie"5 ieience Club 25 Roosevelt Club 45 Art Club 1. MARJORII-I EDITH GREEN "Midge" 1 Cole Avenue Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: Red Lolli- pops, "Us" and "That Certain Marine". Activities: Flicker Stafl:5 Hitpin Baseball l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Drill Team 3, Sergeant 45 Beacon Advertising Staff 35 Art Staff 45 Bank Clerk 45 French Club 35 Executive Committee 45 Latin Club I, 25 Science Club 25 Service Club l, 2, 3, Award 45 Roosevelt Club 45 Camera Club 45 Art Club 1, 25 Assistant Teacher's Secretary 3, Teach- er's Secretary 45 Girls' Choir 15 Cheerleader 3, 45 Dance Club I, 25 Girls' Rifle Team5 Honors. IANFORD GREENE "Hank" 134 Centennial Avenue 'ocational. Outstanding Interest: To Be a Good .athe Operator. Activities: Sergeant5 Rifle Team 5 Individual Drill 45 Prize S uad 3. YCDUC , tatlve of Ath- l tlc As ant Secretarw 3' Secr tar - ' Serv Ce 7 b' Rifle Team. GERALD f I ' E up - "amy" I 7 . ' X 'gl ' ' ' . in Inte .t: Dancing and si. .: ,fre 1 ' o" ' ' . on Cf, S' ,' , C y , ' , ir ' ' X K t l, RUTH r:l.1zAm-LTPQ GBOVER .1 ,f f-,Riuhf ' 6 Exdliange Street Q . 'ommercial Cltricalw utstzmdigg ilnterestz That Tertain One: Activities. Victory Corps Typist 3, 45 'lash Typjstt "Trial B Jury 5 "Erminie"5 Serv- :e C tm 15-2, 3, Award 5 Teacher's Secretary 45 ilee, .lub 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance lj Science 'lub 5 .Ubwling 35 Beacon 4. QIARILYN HAINES "Shorty" "Mari" 1 Sanderson Court Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: Skating UD-Music. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 45 "Erminie"5 Girls' Club Cabinet5 Service Club5 Glee Club 3, Secretary 45 Secretary 2, 35 Bowling 35 Perfect Attendance I, 25 Senior Tea Committee: Girls' Rifle Team5 'Senior Advisory Board5 Mother- Daughter Banquet Committee, junior Tea Commit- tee. rw f '!, f ' 141.1 'Ari' s., 5' C If ' ' ' ELIZABETH BISHOP HALL "Belly" "Bet" 82 Eastern Aqerluff' ' Commercial Stenographic. Uittstandffg Interest: Music and Detective Stories. Activities: Flicker Staffg Softball 23 Victory Corps 3, 43 70-Word Typewriting Award: Spanish Medal 23 "Erminie"g "Old Lady Shows Her Medalsug Dramafs Per- sonae 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 2: Service lub 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4: Bowling 35 Mother-K augh- ter.Banquet Committee, G'rls' Choir, Highhgst Hon- orsg, erfect Attendance 2,643 100-Word Shorthand Aw . Girls' Rifle Te . Youth,Center-Chair- man MN bqship Com 'ttee, tighal Honor Society. ' , ,N KAlhI INE PHYLLIS H ANIBAL 'X ' 1 Q 385 Millet treet A C mntercial Miookkeepihg. Outstanding Interest X ' all-ting and eading. lActil'ities: Victory Corps 3 ., 1 1 p V - ' :A f X -P I :X 4 ' LEQ.w. ll-IARMQN, JR. ,J "Lee" +from" ul" f 2 Madison 'Court I General. Outstanding Interest: Football. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3,Vl'j Baseball lg Track I, 2. MARION PATRICIA HASELGARD "Panic" "Mimi' 26 Orchard Street Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: The Out doors and Sports. Acti ities: Servicepluh. lj , . , 1 f :fig ,- ,J V3 I a ' ff' I iwlyl J . ' ' l ,j A IV! WA JJ -7 RUTFIX LL J, ,ff j,f1 "Root '- . ' 5 yqstern venue A es Tra?l,ink,i'Outst ding bIterest: Plraitga. V tivitie : Fjclgxr Edi tal St 4-5 Sawye f edal f 3 fvndh lQlub 2 13 ench Book ize 3 'Clu ?g 'ehcelal ZQSQ? I , Y 4 her Daughter C np i e 4:fP t endance 1, 2, 4: sevelt 4: Highest donors: Girls' Rifle Te . lil? FRED HOLMBERG K "Joe 4 Cross Street General. Outstanding Interest: Beacon. Activitie: Beacon Staff 1, 2, 3, 4g jeremy Ingall's Poet: Award 3. V EDWARD W. HOLMES "Ed" "Eddie" 260 Essex Street Vocational Electrical. Outstanding Interest: To he a Member of the U. S. Border Patrol. Activities: Corporal 3: Sergeant 4: Football 1, 2: Victory Corps 3, 4: Stage Crew 2, 3. JOYCE HOOPER "Hoop Pine Top Farm, South Essex College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: Conon Point. Activities: Essex, Treasurer 1, Secretary 1 Senior Advisory Board, Essex Ways Staff: Esst School Play 2, National Honor Society 4g Esse President Latin Club 2. 'Qc SONIA MARIA HOUDE Country Road, Essex General. Outstanding Interest: Cadet Nurse. Activi- ties: Service Club 3, 4: Essex Ways Staff 2: Essex High School Play 1, 2. - 1 t t CAROLYN HULL ffcal' 10 Procter Street Fine Arts. Outstanding Interest: Art. Activities Class Spelling Medal 1: junior Red Cross Canteel 3, Vice Chairman 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Art Clul 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Secretary 4. RICHARD E. HUNT "Dick" "Rickie" 115 Centennial Avenue College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: People to Reconstructionism. Activities: German Club Book Prize 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: "Erminie": Dram- atis Personae 3, 4: German Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2: Ser e,Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Round Table 4: ' erators- f 2, 3: Perfeft Attendanc 1, 2. , f if 1 AIP t , Lol IREL X, -, ,f 1 A- '76 t'V62tEss venue N . ' ' C,oll e re qmroiy. O titan ' n t: Math N Fcti iti nch Club ch II kOPrize 3 7 L ti C ub 1, 2, 3: Lat ' 0ok'Priz 3X Spelling . 2: Na 'onal r S i y 3, l4': Bool war : Scilcik? Club , ' R oseve Clu 4 vice-pres : Glee Club! 4: " r ' ' ' ib erzttor, , 2, Treasurer 2: Ser ' l , 2, 3, -l 6 GEORGE JACOBS, JR. 'Juke-" 16 Davis Street Vocational Carpentry. Outstanding Interest: Stage Crew-Boats. Activities: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, Assis- tant chief and Chief Carpenter 4: Art Club 1. ' :Zz ,C,cfvr!!!K,l0'0-D 0 . an S et' Gen l. O 'tanding Interes . Local Draft Board A ' sz d Lieutenant 4: Prize Squad 3: Guan o I ' Individual Drill 4: Roosevelt Club -I LOTTIE JONES "June-sie" 110 VVheeler Street State Teachers' College. Outstanding Interest: Chemistry or -1. Activities: Classroom Spelling Champion 1, 2: Dramatis Personae 2, 3, 4: "The Old Lady Shows Her Medals" 3: "Er- minie": Glee Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Tea Dance Committee. MARION E. JONES "Jonsie" "Swec-Ipeu' 47 Perkins Street General. Outstanding Interest: To go to Californi: Activities: M. S. P. C. A. Medal 2: Flash Stal 2 Tyzcst: Beac Szff Tygst: Tea her's ecretary 4 7-1 J .BERTA JOSE ' D "Al" X 2 'Green Street ne Ar s. tstanding Interest: Architecture. Ac- itie .' Club 1, 2, Camera Club 3, 4: Art ub . ,4. ,,t lf ,qi ,QL HERBERT JOSEPH, JR. "Joe" "Herbie" 25 Derby Street General. Outstanding Interest: United States Army Air Forces. Activities: Corporal: Roosevelt Club 4: Camera Club 4: Glee Club 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. 15 IIRLEY JOSEPH f , ' v"Shirl" ff Western' Avenue, Essex '? . :neral!Outstanding Interest: Dancing. Aotiviti sz sex Vxibys Staff 2, Hockey 1,,2. .f l ROSEMARY JOSLIN "Wosic" 133 VVheeler Street College Preparatory. Outstanding Interest: VVey- man. Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Roosevelt Club 4, Art Club 1, 2. "N LD N LEANOR KARVELLRS ' ,jl'Sis" -4 Mans reet N alle e P e to y. Oiltst-atndin ter 't: That n s ,A tivities: as 1, 2, Baseball itpin ball , 33 Victory Corps rls' Drill Team enant 4: Glee Club , 45 "Trial By jury", E sue", French Club '33 Latin Club 2, lSg8cienc lu 2,,3, Service ub 1, 2, 3, 4: Roosevjt Club cretaryg Cheer- xder 3, Head cheerl ader 4, erfect Attendance 2, 3, 4: Honors I - - MARJORI U'l'H"KlSATING 1, jf' ."Red': 4x8 Alpine Coqrtj-H W General.J' utstand A Interest: jAll or Notling at Alla ities: S ce tgllb 1, 2, 3, 4, 'lgiachefs 'T Y 4-, D W, I' j x, X 1 J U4 , , ,tx I ONSTANCE JEAN KENNEDY "Ken" 8 High Street urses Training. Outstanding Interest: Military :cret. Activities: Flicker Editorial Staff 4, Victory arps 3, 45 French Club 4, Latin Club 2, 3: Serv- e Club 1, 2, 3, Award 4: Roosevelt Club 4: Cam- Il Club 3, Assistant Secretary 3. , FRANCIS KEREPKA "Fran'i 12 Washington Street General. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Second Lieutenant 4, Prize Squad 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Football All Star Team 1942, Athletic Association Representative 1. 'Rui AI! .,, - is gi . qs.. QE -v 419 as I.. EDMUND KLOTZ, JR. "Ed" "J. C." Ledge Road General. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Football 1, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Track. JANICE LEE KNOWLES "Jani 108 NVashington Street General. Outstanding Interest: Music. Activit Beacon Advertising Staff 3: "Trial By Jury": G man Club 1, 2: Science Club 2: Roosevelt Club Art Club 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Girls' Choir 1: Perl Attendance 1, 2. CHRISTOPHER KOPANON "Chris" 58 Centennial Avenu'e Scientific. Outstanding Interest: "Nick's" "Ask Al- ves". Activities: Guard Mount 2: Winning Pla- toon 2, 3: VVinning Company Field Day 3: Class- room Spclling Champion 3: Band 1, 2 3, 4: French Club 2, 4: Executive Board 3: Science Club 2: Roosevelt Club 4: Band Club 1: Ilonors l, 2. RUDOLPI-I J. LAHTI "Rnd 21 Langsford Street Vocational Sheet Metal. Outstanding Interest: Be A Good "Tin Knocker". Activities: Second Li tenant 4: Class Spelling Award 3: Perfect Atte ance I, 2: Ilonors 2, 3, 4. DAVID J. LANE H f . Ivyb I 45 South QLSGBQ Rocltp rt- College Preparatory, Outstantlit ITIWYPFYI Gfem Kadiddlehopper. ctivities: M f geant X: Ri e W3, 4 Intividual Drill 3: liaskell Dril2': achelor T ophy Company 2: First Cmbpilfrty, Company Drill 2: Second Place, Platoon Drill 2: Sawyer Meda Al: '-fErminie" 3: National llonor Society 3, T sure'v4: Stevens Book Re- viewers 3, Treasur 42' French Club 2, 3, Vice- prcsident 4: Sci e Club, Treasurer 2, 3: Roose- velt Cluh 4: Ijrliincl Table 3, 4: Stage Crew l: Glee Club 3, 4: Junior Member Rotary Club 4: Cape Ann Historical, Literary and Scientific Asso- ciation 4. ' PAULINE F. LANE "Poll ' 28 Reynard Street General. Outstandingxlnterest: Nursing. Activiti Science Club 3: Service Club 1, 2: Roosevelt Cl 4: Perfect Attendance 2, 3. RAYMOND SARGENT LANE "Ray" 537 VVashington Street General. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Prize Squad 3: Guard of Ilonor 3: Corporal 4: Baseball 3, 4: Lieutenant. ESTHER B. LEVIE "Vicki" "French 74 Grove Street Homemaking. Outstanding Interest: Cooking, Se ing and People. Activities: Junior Red Cross Cz teen 3, Chairman 4: Catering Club 2: Arts Cl 1, 2. CHAEL L. LINQUATA "Mike" 18 Church Street teral. Outstanding Interest: Wine, Women, and g. Activities: Winning Platoon 2, 3, Winning npany 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSALIE LINQUATA "Rosie" "Ro" 18 Church Street Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: Food and education. Activities: Flicker staff, Vic- tory Corps 3, 4, Flash staff, Beacon staff, Glee Club, "Trial By Jury", "Erminie", Science Club 2, Service Club 4, Roosevelt Club 4, Teacher's Secretary 3, 4, Mother-Daughter Banquet Com- mittee. r LPH HQDCKINS WE, JR. "Orson" 'X 2 Brig si Avenue legelXPr tatory. Lytsa ing Interest: f'Recon- 1cti.6ni,EP'.h ct' 't' :f licker staff 4, R.O.T.C. stain? lato n nt 3, Prize S ad 2, Com- erj , Gua oun,t.2, Individu Drills, Ser- tlfiardner dal Cgua d I 1- onor 2, Rifle " 2, 3' -X ez? s Teadk3, jireremy Book Prize 2, Fore ea uk, Sch ol winner 2, "Trial By yn' 'Ei X1nie", "TheXMocking Bird", National F11 Society 3, 4, Stevens Book Reviewers, First -A resident 4, Dramatis Personae 1, Z., 3, Pres- nt , Spanish Club 3, Latin Club 1 f2, Roosevelt Lb President 4' Round Table 2 3 4' Deliberator lb, President 1, Glee Cluh 2, 'ice-president 3 'sident 4, Apollo Club 2' '.: coli S ff 2 3. IREN E. Mc-COLL ' - 46 Mo - - , l SEIU? LLM! 15 I 1 C ll es f 3, :le 2, 'Lf H t 4, 'e", "Tr' l J f 1 , Te a , tqr If d His ' G f-A. -my mg Interest: in in . , c ' H .,: I - t 1 'E f ' , Victory Corps ury' Roose - 1 b 4' cre u ior Tea Co ee, Mother , , ' quet C mittee, Ca nn Scientific, ' 'Q- tor al Association 4' Girls' Rifl m, Youth Center, Chairmanfmf Recreation Committee, Bowling 3, Class Gift Committee. ILY CHRISTINE MacDONALD t, XE,-A , I ft" 'llseoff t"Mau-" l 5' 123 Prospect Street A' lege Preparatory. Outstanding Interests He's in NaxSi,fAclixiLi6s:XFrench Club 4, Latin Club 2, .eC 1,2,3,4. M . QWLOIS FRANCES McDONALD 140 Prospect Street Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: G. M. M. Activities: Shorthand and Typewriting Awards, Glee Club 3, 4, "Erminie", Bank 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Teacher's Secretary 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, Honors 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA MacGILLIVRAY "Pat" "Mac" 84 Maplewood Avenue nmercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: Cal- ian VV.A.C.'s. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 4, ,con staff, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, "Erminie", "Trial jury", Science Club 2, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 1cher's Secretary 3, 4, Honors 1, 2, Bowling 3. EDWIN J. McKAY, JR. "Ed" "Eddie" "Hockey Fool" 11 Marshfield Street General. Outstanding Interest: My ex-coach N. Ross. Activities: Major 4, Platoon Sergeant 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Prize Squad 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3, Manager 4, Championship Hearst Team 3, William R. Hearst lst Team 2, 3, 4, fField Dayj, Corps Area Rifle Match 2, 3, 4, Commander 3rd Place Platoon Drill 3, Haskell Medal Drill 3, Individual Drill 3, Honors 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 2, Junior Ro- tarian. ROBERT E. McKECl-INIE "Mac" 49 Marsh Street focational Electrical. Oustanding Interest: Sports, tc. Activities: Second Lieutenant: Rifle Team 3, -g Art Club lg Perfect Attendance 1. 2. LOUISE MADDIX "Red" ,182 Western Avenue Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: Swimming and bicycle riding. Activities: Teacher's Secretary 3, 4. I K N MARSHALL 'I 128 Concor Street! :ullegel Preparatory. Outst ndipg'Interest: Design- ing and Salem. Activitie . Flash Staff 4: French Club 4: SciencefClub 25 'Latin Club 1, 2, 3' Roosevelt Club 4. FLORENCE LOUISE MARSHALL "Flossie" 144 Concord Street Commercial Clerical. Outstanding Interest: U. S. Army U. MJ.. Activities: Flash staff 4-3 Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Teacher's Secretary 4. PATRICIA' ELLEN MEADE "Put" 'N 13llVfadison Avenue Gcrletiab Outstanding Interqst: Sports. , 1 R , N V I N ti 2 i JAMES MEAGHER "Jimmy" 6 Hayward Road General. Outstanding Interest: To Join The V. S. Navy. EVE ' 6 MESNICK "Eve" 5 10 tchester Court ge I' arat f. u dn ' g In st: ,Mass c iv s'yEi'cltp in L Book Prize te.49lt i- sw a g Fkt 45 Fryndii C b'2' 4, La 'n Club 1, 2, 3 Sciene,eJQlIt1b:jlf'3 -tg, ervicsjiiih 1, 2, 3,4g tmrxsevellj' b4g loncii4g"Perfect tendance 3. DORIS NOONEN MILINER "Dol" "Dates" 12 Chapel Street General Commercial. Outstanding Interest: To find Otlt who K.T. is? Collecting Silver Pennies. Activ- ities: Art Club 3. f Y B. MIL! 'Rufus" ' s" Chape Street 'Af N ming. Outstan ing est: To win an argu t with A. N. a d ? Activities: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Perfect A ten ance 1, 2. ELEANOR . M R "Shrimp Cha treet n . utstandi g Interest: To be able to pl: iano well, an B. J. Activities: Art Club ' ,Perf t Attenda , 2 MI CHARLES A. MORRISSEY "Clmrlie" 1091 Vlfashington Street General. Outstanding Interest: Travel. Activities: Corporal 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: "The Mocking Bird" 1: "Trial By Jury" 2: 'lErminie" 3: Latin Club 2, President 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Roosevelt Club 4: Arr Club 1: Perfect Attendance 1: Highest ors 2, 3: Honors I, 4. NANCY M. M0 "Col0ne Vi' rn Avenue College Prep ory. Outst ' g Interest: Nursin Army N r Corps. Ac ' ities: Sawyer Medal , junior om ' : Chairman of Mari D e ickford ard Staff: "Varsity Review 1: omore Class Play. JUNE MOSES ",Iunie" "Moe" 26 Eastern Avenue Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: R. B. Ac- tivities: German Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Science Club 2: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Roosevelt Club 4: "Trial By jury" 2: "Erminie" 3: Perfect Attend- ance 1: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ALICE E. MOULTON "Moulton-g'al" "A 25 Trask Street Nurses Training. Outstanding Interest: Nursing a the Air Corps. Activities: Victory Corps 3: Scien Club 2: Camera Club 3, 4: Perfect Attendance 1, l MAIJELINE MULCAHEY "Mal" 7 Pickering Street General. Outstanding Interest: To set hair. Am, M LER, J . Q espagen 1 E ter P -1' J I r ry. O and' Interest: M cha arine . Activi Flic er staff 4: Cla roo Spellin Winne : Glee Club 1, 2, 3, "Trial B ry" 2: A minie" 3: German Club 3: Lati u ' oos elt Club 4: Deliberat 1. UTII MALMQARICT MUNIZ . "RutI1y" 79 Mount Pleasant Avenue rmmereial Clerical. Outstanding Interest: "The ur year plan". Activities: Victory Corps 33 Serv- ? Club I, 2, 3, 43 'I'eacber's Secretary 43 Perfect ttendanee l, 2. l1A'l'IIl'IRINI'I NALLY "Katy" f22 Friend Street General. Outstzt ding Interest: To fulfill my ambi- tion. Activities: Advisory Committee 43 I.atin Club 1 I3 Science CIIIIVZQ Roosevelt Club 43 Camera Club 32, -tg Perfect Attendance l, 2, 4. t IARY NICKIQRSUN "Nit'It" 72 Maplewood .'xYC'l'llIl' eneral. Outstanding Interest: I'eabody Skating ink. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 43 Service Club 2, I, 43 'I'eael1er's Secretary 4. IlUNAI.II 5. UAKICS. SX Iiastern Avenue iieneral. Outstanding Interest: Music and lilondy. Activities: Band 43 Orchestra 3, 4. .ICLANII ULIVICR "Lee" 5 Cross Street 'oeational. Outstanding Interest: 'Iiinkeriug uitli lnttlrst. l"l.0H.-K PAIKISI "Tillie" ll Ivbittimore Street General. Outstanding Interest: liaseball and "Rosie". Aetivities: Softball I3 23 Perfect Attend- ance l, 4. NIUCIAS IC. PARKICR, ,IIL "Dong" 723 XVestern Avenue 'ollege Preparatory, Outstanding Interest: Army Nir Corps, Activities: Lieutenant 43 I,fI7L' Squad 53 VVinning Platoon 2, 33 VVinning Company 33 I'rack 1, 43 Manager l, 23 Hand 2, 3, 43 Orchestra I3 Science Club 23 Roosevelt Club 43 Cross Country I't-:nn I3 Rifle 'I'eam 1, 4. MAIIJURIIC PARKHURST "Margie" x ' 158 Iissex Avenue lfine Arts. Outstanding Interest: Rockport Com- mercial Art. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 43 lieaeon staff 43 Art Club l, 2, 3. - J if in xv, .r "'f'..2?' :Qs .4 ry.. Q7 4' 4 JAUNITA J. PARSO S l. "Nita" 1 A 4 Grove' Street, South, ssex Co mettcial Stenographic. Outst riding Interest: En ,ish'Navy. Activitiesg Essex Secretary 1, Treas- ,fi UFCINZQ irls' Hockey 1, 23 sex Latin Club 1, 23 f-XTeaqher' 'Secretary 43 Es lass Pin Committee ' fz' 1 I ft, E N ' TI . , N "Steve l el - hmgton Strqtj I 'eneral. din teres ' in, at e what Act v' ' ' Corporal ' i est 3 Band f , , ervice C 1 ix 1 , Aw 3 Cluh 1 f L r ct Attendan , , 3 nd 1. JANET PERRY "Jan" 14 Riverdale Place General Outstanding Interest: Laboratory and X- ray work. WINIFRED PERRY "Winni4 62 Perkins Street General. Outstanding Interest: Ralph H. Activitie Art Club 13 Teacher's Secretary 4. t , . NX 5, RICHARD A. PETERSON "Dick" "Pete" 7 Neptune Place General. Outstanding Interest: History, Bookkeep- ing. Activities: Corporal 43 Victory Corps 33 Class Spelling Champion 1, 33 Sawyer Medal 33 National Honor Society 43 German Club 3, 43 Science Club 23 Roosevelt Club 43 Deliberators 1, 2. ALMA R. PHAL "A 1 o e Preparatory. Out' ndi Interest: To li c m gt ' ' ' lub 1. w , Cx EARL D. PIKE 30 VVarner Street Vocational. Outstanding Interest: Navy. Activities: Sergeant 4. JEROME JOSEPH PIMENTAL "Pin 16 Sadler Street! Commercial. Outstanding Interest: Basketball. A tivities: Senior home room advisory committeeg Fir Lieutenant3 Guard Mount 2, 33 Winner Individu Drill 33 Prize Squad 33 Baseball 3, 43 Rooseve Club 43 Round Table 3, Treasurer 43 Basketball Captain 43 Teacher's Secretary 4. 13 Sadler Street Q lt 1 oem! VIRGINIA LEE PLUNKETI' "PIunk" "Jinni" "Lee" 10 Neptune Place General. Outstanding Interest: 31309-l-55. Activities: Softball 1, Captain 21 3, 4: Hitpin Baseball 1, 2, Captain 2, 3, 4: Clasgroom Spelling Champion lg Perfect Atterltlapce ' . 1 , Q f xx l- ul 4 'l i A X , V , v' I ' , . . YL I , . ' l " rf f is wwe . ,, 1 3 , I. , 22 Riverside Avenue llegaflffreparatorya Outstanding interest: Mat - tlvitiesz' Flickter Staffg,Classroom Spelling M96 X 1, i5ncl1'Club 3, 41 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Roos X f. velt ,lub 4: Art Club lj. Honors 1, 2, '3, 4. , X, i x, - .Ax J , Y wi ,E a X , CLARA DE eac ers' , ll utst 1 nterest: To contain enjoy' g e a much ave in the past 'e nd alf. ivitiesz Beacon Business Man- er 4 ank , 4, National Honor Society 3, 4: V 5 S 2, 3: Roosevelt Club 4, Art Club lg ac . Secretary 3, 4. f ATHERINE LOUISE SELIG "Wee 21 VVa' ' o et College repar tir . st g Int est: S rts- An i D' 'ay "n r se. xviti " i 'z .' ' -9' mi , s Dr l T Lea e 4 4, B acon Advertisil s aff ' " ' " y jury " 'rminie' g ench Cl: 2, " in O b 2, Vice esi 3' G ee Club Librarian 3, , easurer g ' t , 2, 3, Pre ' ident 4: Honors: Fli aff: junior Tea Comm' tee, Girls' Rifle Team, liitpin Baseball 1, 2, 3, I Girls' Choir l. ALVAN SHORT "Shorty" 9 Harrison Avenue Scientific. Outstanding Interest: Outdoor Sports. Activities: R.0.T.C. Band 1, 2, 3, Corporal 4, Ger- man Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 2: Band Club 1. CAROLYN SILVA 40 School Street General. Outstanding Interest: Cadet Nursing, A tivities: Glee Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4, Scien Club 25 Roosevelt Club 4. ELVA PRISCILLA SILVEIRA "El" Shorty" , ' , 44- Friend Street Cdtnthcrcial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: "I1'issy". Activities: Victory Corps Typist 3, 4, Flash Staff 4: Beacon Staff 4: Spanish Club I, 2, Vice-president-treasurer 3, 4, Service Club l, 2, 3, Award 4: Roosevelt' Club 4: Camera Club 4: Teacher's Secretary 3, 4, Senior Tea Committee. GERALD E. SILVEIRA "ben College. Outstanding Interest: It was "The Nt Deal" but it is "Win the War" now. Activitit Flicker staff, jeremy Ingall's book prize 2, fi prize 3, Latin Book Prize 2, Flash staff 2, Editor 4: National Honor Society 3, Vice-preside 45 Stevens Book Reviewers 3, President 4: Spani Club 3: Latin Club l, 2, Round Table Treasul 3, President 4: Art Club l, 2, Honorary Meml' Cape Ann Scientibc, Literary 8: Historic Societ Highest Honors 1, 2, 3, Deliberators Treasurer 2. ARILYN PHYLLIS SILVERIA R. 59 Perkins Street rneral. Outstanding Interest: Drawing. Activities: ctory Corps 45 Dictaphone Scholarship 33 Flash all 4: Beacon Staff 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3: Art ub 1, 2, 3, 4: Teachers Secretary 4. ARLINE SPIDELL "Skeezeks" 16 Harrison Avenue Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: Paris. Activities: Hitpin Baseball 1, 25 Teacher's Secretary 3, 4. A' QRIE LOUISE SPI: NWOOD ulwarjien le 'K lS7.,Leon:trd tree! i . igle e Preparatory. Clutstangg Inte 'st: Red V ' ops an ' itie : A 'tg ry f orps 33 iilrl-Club Q 3, 4 sev vClc55e-45 Perfect rtendayrce 2: onorj 2,' 3, 4.' V f , . , li nl 'PRI' IIL .L it - LE "Ulla" ' ntird Street ne . ut -vi.: riterest: 'Squam' gang. That 5 Ce -,fs f i tivities: Flicker Stall 43 in l,. 2, ci Club 2: Service Club 1, 2, QJ3, oo.evelt el n g Teacher's Secretary 4. A 1, 13 ls, . AUL,iEtW motif W, J I emu Cook" i ,f' 'I-!asternlsAvenue,, Essex , eneralf tandingxxgilterestz ---. Activ- es: Es lassl Preps: nt 2, Essex Latin Club l, C, V' o QU M f, K A gt l 45 Pggieu ' PN X iz! C t - Av -Q ' urses 1 mi 5 C . standing n '- -Q . Nursing. A ' ' s: ssr 0 Spellin ampion 1: Dram- att Perso 3, 43'-Ikcie Club , ,Service Club 2, 3, 4, Roosevelt. ,- . N ,j ONALD SUTHERLAND "Sixth" 29 Perkins Street ocational Sheet Metal. Outstanding Interest: I'. S. avy. Activities: Corporal 4. I BARBARA SWEENEY "Barb" 17 Mount Vernon Street Commercial Clerical. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Victory Corps 3, 45 "Erminie"g Clee Club 3. ni' GENEVIEVE SWEENEY "Irish" "Red" 9 Norseman Avenue, Lanesville General. Outstanding Interest: llesperus Diner. Ae- tivities: junior Red Cross Canteen 3, 43 Art Cluh MICHAEL TALIADOROS 80 Essex Avenue Vocational Sheet Metal. Outstanding Interest: Spot Activities: First Lieutenant: Individual drill Prize Squad 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 4. Tj1ELMA.RgTl1 TARi.0W ,,5,g,a7l.t-1" r fiLf'1' 8 W '- ' -Coll fe P1-epara r . utstand' teresttxPlaying LP A' e iano or y Own Etlfoy e t.-Actixdtigg F ' torial Staliffiblfas ell'lg drama - ' .atin II Boo' r' 31 Flpsggivalf 3, 43 ' r inie" 3-qf,Qr6hestra, ' gramatics u 2, 3, 45 F nch Wh 1, 2, .atin GJ.6l4g2, 3,'jjlStience , 2, ,ft Servigbf '53 lb '3 -QQQRQIL veit Clpla ' . Ileez , u , 4gfr fec tgtiglmice 3, 3 U gsaflrirn Ad . rf Committ " a- tional octety. no OTHY TARR " ot" "Dottie V 21 Exchange Street K .gs ainL . sgntstanding rest: uJ?lu t .' Ctivit tissroom fs lin" eda 5 Z Flash st ff 4' "Trial, Byej y" 23 " inie" Drama . .o ae 413, fl Associ on Counc Sbiret U 1 rkh C'l , , 4: Club 1, l A endance l, 2, 3, 4 list., t Honors I, 2: Honn 3, 4, junior Tea mittbe 4, Mother-Daught Banquet Committee 4. YRJO TULLA "Speed" 3 Lloyd Street Vocational Printing. Outstanding Interest: Sports. Activities: Classroom Spelling 2, Benjamin Frank- lin Clula, Vice-president 3, President 4, Perfect Service uh 1, 2, 3 3 Ca ra Club 43 Perft rt . 'him Attendance l, 2, 3 alt 1 Jiyi f' i 3' Avenue 5 5 , Coll e epa ory. t ing rest: Bug grap t . fur? ooks. ities: Beacf Stad , 3, Sci e Clu g llo ors 1, 2, 3, jf! , f -"f ef..---f WVV. I V.. . 1 . . Lf , , . JOAN WARREN ii 'L' ' ' J-" Gene al. Ontstand ng Inieiesttt-Dan i fi .R.C." and the l7.S.S. Pirks. Activities: II' h c I lay 2, Fsse . tx it Choa,es,,'Cp1irt :e . - , xi Jr lt 'flfiisig P . A I WEBBER ' "Kinsj f' 4' N 27 Leonard Street feneral. Outstanding terest: Sports, "Squan Actftie: Cheerlea ll 3, 45 Junior Red Cn J ahteen, Chairman g atering Cluh l, 2. 39 ARBARA WHITE "Barb" 6 Highland Place Jmmercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: sk "him". Activities: Hitpin Baseball 1, 2: Flash tif: Beacon staff: Teacher's Secretary 4: Bowling Victory Corps 3, 4: 100-word Shorthand award. JAMES WHITTEN "Stinky" 18 Summit Street Vocational Electrical. Outstanding Interest: Ask Windy. Activities: Sergeant 4: Rifle Team 43 Benjamin Franklin Club 2. fwfday. QORENCE YNO ' ossic" 30 1 'hl get er . Outst g nte ' 20 . Activities: r g 2, a on team , Girls' Club et , : ' ience Club 2: Qice b 1, , , ec tary 3: oosevelt Club 4: tmera C b, e- ident 4: Teacher's Secretary Glee C b 4: u Tea Committee: Senior Tea vmmittee: Mot Daughter Banquet Committee. KATHLE WENTZELL "Kit" 10 Prospect Court Commercial Stenographic. Outstanding Interest: J. C. M. Activities: Shorthand Award: Teacher's Secretary 4. ,ICE LOUISE WILE "Al" "Willy" 6 Maplewood Court nmemaking. Outstanding Interest: Wilfred Acad- ly. Activities: Junior Red Cross Canteen 4, Chief Equipment 3: Catering Club 2: Art Club 1, 2. BARBARA lL "'Barb" J 0 Pi e reet J ming. an : Nurses' Corps. A i ties: French 2: Science ub 2. 1 X uf I V IRION ELIZABETH WITHAM "Med" "Kitten" 8 Summit Street rses Training. Outstanding Interest: U. S. Cadet rsing Corps and Flight HD". Activities: French lb 2. PERCY WONSON "Woods" 7 Hillier Road General. Outstanding Interest: U. S. Navy. DONALD COMINELLI ROBERT F. LOW rIARJORIE JEAN WOOD Winthrop Street, Essex Yommercial. Outstanding Interest: Drawing. Ac- ivities: Teacher's Secretary 43 Trafhc Squad 1. ALICE LOUISE WORRALL "Al" "Ally" 110 East Main Street Homemalting. Outstanding Interest: That certain someone. Activities: Junior Red Cross Canteen 3, 43 Catering Club 23 Art Club I, 2. 'ATRICIA MARY YOUNG 8 Mt. Vernon Street lurses Training. Activities: Victory Corps 3. ROBERT H. ZAGER 13 East Main Street General. Outstanding Interest: Sports and Salem. Activities: Prize Squad 33 Basketball 3, 43 Football 1, First Team 4. "Margie" W uljaln uBob9'v 1 Hawthorne Road Vocational. JAMES D. GOOLD "Sparkey" ' ' 9 Woodbury Street Vocational Auto. Outstanding Interest: Grease. Monkey. Activities: Corporal. 38 Commonwealth Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: Music. Activities: Prize Platoon Company Winner 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES E. PERKINS "Reverend" 635 Washington Street, Annisquam General. Outstanding Interest: Engineering and People. Activities: Sergeant3 Dramatis Personae 3, 43 Service Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 1, 2, Assist- ant Chief 3, Chief 4. JAMES D. STROPLE "Shop" 99 Centennial Avenue General. Outstanding Interest: A Certain Girl. Ac- tivities: Second Place Winner Individual Drill 4. 41 K M -if ' 'Q , I as ' 'T' J M. ,Q ' Q aw. A r -aol I my w fa , 4,1 I 11 J ak ws .m:L,-."1'J'-'N 4 A M ,, W,..w"""dw .-r""'3'x 3 2.0 m n ' in T., ,..- 4 .-1 1, ,e ,Jie x ' ifsies ,. , . U Q sb, lj flQ! 1? '3 3'-Q ?xf9'f r 'ww 15 riiiq ' .Q - s X , 1 ... 'NM , .Y ,.-- I f, L 1 if I1 Nh Af ,? -I Mi I , . QiNYWN QQ J f'W lllost Literary Most Popular Most Musical lVlost Popular Most Artistic Most Practical Most Romantic lllost Agreeable lllost Argumentatifve Mort Arrrafzi-ve Mm Efficient Mon Bmful lllost Daring lllost Talented lllost Forge-ffuz lllost Naive lllost Sophisticatezl Most Literary Most Talleatiw Ufittiest Most Musical Quietest Laziest Best Groometl Best Dancers llfost Athletic GIRL Phyllis Douglas Lola Black Elizabeth Hall Frances Eldridge BOY Robert Malone Stephen Patil Daniel Davis Ralph Lowe Gertrude Fosberry James Mellow Pauline Doucette Louise Selig jean Holmes Louise Maddix Beverly Black lrene lNIcCollum lN'Iary Curley Gerald Silveira Edward lNlcKay Richard Peterson Freeman Corkum Francis Kerepka Ralph Lowe llatthew Cooney Florence VVhynott Freeman Corlcum Louise Selig Marie Ellery Pauline Doucette Jacqueline Darcy Irene McCollum Phyllis Pc iss' ers Louise Cox Louise Selig james Mellow James Mellow Gerald Silveira Matthew Cooney Ralph Lowe William Gibson Edmund Klutz Matthew Cooney Eleanor KarvellasDonald Sutherland Virginia Plunkett Robert hlalone Best Actor Frances Eldridge Ralph Lowe Class Cradle Snatcher Florence Whynott Edmund Klotz lllast Athletic 46 E Q 1 Claxs Grains Class Baby lflaxx IAVIISIIIIIIYVI fllost flmbitiaux illoxf Dr'pr'n1lablr' Culrst rlloxt'z'ly fo Surreal ,Vast Ch ffz' rfal Class Bluff fllost Starlioux illoyt lfirkle lllosl Vvrxalile Senior ll'llo lla: Done ilu' fllost for ilu' IIIIIXS Senior Uulstzlmlina in Lrarlrrship Go1l's Gif! lo the ll,0lIll'll fllost Popular Umrer Class l"i11-up Girl Most Popular Teaeller Most Popular Subjrft Most Popular Teacher GIRL Harrie Ellery Dorothy Tzirr Marjorie Green Marie Ellery Marie Ellery Surah Ann Anilrews Marie Ellcry Pauline Doucette Shirley Emerson Marie Ellery Ruth Bicknell fllalrie Ellery Klzirie Ellery Klzirie Ellery Frzmces Eldridge Miss Crawley W S K E . BOY -lzimes Xlellow Christopher Kopanon lfdward Alves -lnmes Mellow James Xlellow Mzlttllew Cooney james Klellow K I utthew Cooney Kenneth Cameron Llnmes llellow Edu-'artl Alves Ralph Lowe Gerald Silveira Robert Malone Karl Kluller Robert Malone English Most Artistic Class Baby SlUlPlERlLATllVlES QW' GlL.lEANlNGS PROM . . ., Phyl comes in as hlost Popular with Jean Holmes and Jackie Darcy not very far behind her in second and third places respectively. Oh Colonel, my Colonel! Colonel Malone steals honors as our Most Popular boy. Our president and basketball captain, however, aren't too far behind. Lola Black's effective posters win her first place as Most Artistic. Jessie Vieira and Marilyn Silveira come in a close second and third. Steve Patil wins almost unanimously as Most Artistic, with Gerald Silveira and Charlie Perkins trailing along in sec- ond and third place. Bette Hall our super-secretary wins honors as Most Practical with no apparent effort. However, Jean Holmes runs a good second with Marie Ellery coming in third only one vote behind Jean. Danny Davis, our Lt. Colonel, takes the honors as our Most Practical boy with Jimmy Mellow and Dave Lane next in line. Ah-Romance! Fran Eldridge, Phyl Douglas and Ruth Bicknell ran neck-and-neck until the last stretch. In the finals, however, Fran beat, with Phyl close at her heels and Ruthie bringing up the rear. Ralph KNelson Eddyj Loweheads the list as our Most Romantic boy. Could it be that thrill- ing voice that influenced the votes? Oh, here's our Colonel again, holding down second romantic position. Us he, Phyl?J In third place is East Gl0ucestcr's own Ed Klotz. Gert Fosberry is our lVIost Agreeable gal. fWas that a masculine hand that added "And how!" after Gert's name?j Also very agreeable are Jackie and Phyl Douglas. Jimmy lllellow wins the spot as Most Agreeable boy. Gerald, third place winner says, "VVhat's agreeable about llIellow?" Malone, our second placer, just smiles agreeably. "I object!" says Polly Doucette. "l'm not argumentative!" lllarie argues she's more argu- mentative, and our third placer Midge Green just argues on general principles. Our third Most agree- able male wins overwhelmingly first place as Most Argumentative. That's versatility for you! "It's an outrage!" argues our second placer - Ralph Lowe. Dick Hunte grumbles over being chosen third. The judges of our contest for G. H. S.'s Most Attractive girl pick Louise Selig, firstg Fran El- 48 dridge, second, and Mary Baker following only three votes behind Fran in third place. Our foot- ball hero Eddie llIcKay takes first honors as our lllost Attractive boy with Donovan and Cooney tied for second place and Eddie Klotz holding down th-ird place. Our very efiicient class secretary, Miss Holmes, grabs oH first place but Bette Hall is but one vote behind. In third place is the Flash's Co-Editor Marie Ellery. Dick Peterson, Dan Davis, and Jimmy Mellow hold down first, second and third place as our Most Efiicient boys. Blushingly, Louise Maddix accepts first place as Most Bashful. Arlene Spidell and Ina Frye demurely accept honorable mention. Didn't think there was such a thing as a bashful boy? Guess again, girls-there are many. Freeman Corkum, Bill Gibson, and Dick Clark, our first, second and third place winners are just a few. Dare-devil Black wins by a landslide first place as Most Daring, with Irene .McCollum, Sis Kar- vellas and Jacky Darcy coming in next. Mischie- vous Fran Kerepka, John Curley, Eddie Alves represent the male population of G.H.S. as Most Daring. Our own Erminie wins first place as Most Talented, with lllarie coming in second. Third are Sarah Ann, Jackie Darcy, Mary Dagle, and Caro- lyn Hull each with two votes. Romantic Lowe also comes in as Most Talented with Don Oakes not far behind. In third place is Jimmy lllellow. Florence Whynott wins hands down as our Most Naive girl with Priscilla Beeman and Sarah flnn trailing behind. Bashful Freeman Corkum gulps hard and accepts first place as Most Naive with Jimmy lllellow and Cristy Kopanon not too far behind. "Gla1nmar Gal" Selig also is lNIost Sophisti- cated with Clare Saunders and Fran next in line. Jimmy lllellow, also second Most Naive wins highest honors as Most Sophisticated. You explain it. I give up! Dick Hunte and Dave Lane, both suave, occupy the next highest positions. Our genial co-editor of the Flash wins Most Literary with apparently no effort. Next, is our Beacon Editor and in third place is someone named Doucette. How did she sneak in? Another Co- . . . 'H-lllE CLASS BALLOT rditor, our most sophisticated Jimmy lllellow wins vith Co-editor Silveira and romantic Lowe next. Well shut my mouth! Guess who's Most Falkative? lllany votes behind chatter Jessie and Bev. Here's that man again! Sil-veira talks his vay right into first place as Most Talkative with 'Iunte and Lowe fnot againll gabbing along nerrily in the next place. Back again is 1llcCollurn almost unanimously :hosen as llost lllusical. "Also rans" were Essex's iwn Jean Cogswell and Lanesville's Ruth Bicknell. l'le's back again. Lowe CThe Great Noisel as Host Musical with Don Oakes only four votes Jehind him. Sinatra polled five votes, but was iosed out of third place by Jack Day with six. Darcy, George, and Fosberry come in win, Jlace and show as Wittiest. Our genial president grabs off honors as wittiest and Silveira falls out of iis chair when informed he is next in line. lllcllow, :ver with Silveira fis it love?D is our third great vvit. Q"Half wit?" queries Gerry.j VVithout a sound Phyllis Powers accepts first Jlace Quietest with Arlene and Jean Davis and Ruth llill quietly holding down honorable men- :ion. Bill Gibson, Freeman Corkum and Charles Morrissey are our llost Quiet boys. Louise Cox yawns lazily and relaxes on her :hrone as Laziest, while her ladies-in-waiting, Gerry Greenwood, Ginny Plunkett and Flossie Whynott doze at her feet. The football team grab off all three places as Laziest-with Klotz, Cook, and Kerepka winning. K. Cameron receives ionorable mention and a portable pillow. Our sophisticated, attractive damsel again ap- pears in the public eye as Best Groomed with Jean Holmes and artistic Lola Black next. "Clothes make the man." Here are the men whose taste in :lothes win them the three highest positions on the inal ballot - Cooney, lllellow Cthat reindeer sweater, no doubtj and Alves. Our athletes, male and female, are, in order iamed, Bob lllalone, Jack Curley, Eddie llIcKay, Ginny Plunkett, Sis Karvellas, and Phyl Dough-is. An "Oscar" to G.H.S.'s best actress, Fran Eldridge, and a consolation prize of Katherine Cornell's book "I VVanted to Be An Actress" to our honorable mention winners, Calladare and Bicknell. Ralph "Orson" Lowe wins the Academy award as the outstanding actor of the year, with Dick Ilunte and Fran Kerepka playing supporting roles. Ellery noses out Ireland and Andrews as Class Genius. Here they are again-The Inseparable Three-lllellow, Silveira, and Lowe winning the three top positions as Class Geniuses. Lucky girls! Karl is almost unanimously chosen as God's Gift to the VVomen, with "Orson" Lowe second with 6 votes and Lt. llIcNerny and Dick Hunte tied in third place with five votes each. VVhat's this-female Casanovas? Looks like it. .Midge Green, Ruth Bicknell and Bev Black all polled a number of votes. Eddie Alves, Eddie Klotz, and Fran Kerepka head the list of male Casanovas. Sarah Ann is chosen Cutest with lllarilyn Haines only four votes behind. Honorable mention goes to our baby, Dot Tarr. VVith all the cute boys in G.H.S. it was hard to make a decision. However Duddy, Jerome and Eddie llIcKay were finally chosen the victors. As Most Likely to Succeed are lllarie, Sarah Ann and Jean Holmes in the order named. Occu- pying the three top rungs on the ladder to success are Jimsy, "Orson," and Dave Lane. XVith a cheerful grin on her face Polly Dou- cette accepts the title of Most Cheerful with Jacky Darcy and Betty Brown only a few votes behind. Leading the list of cheerful boys is our president, with Curley and Gerry Silveira cheerfully bring- ing up the rear. Barnum seems to have much talent to choose from here in G.H.S. with Louise Cox, Ginny Plunkett, Gerry Amero and Polly Doucette on hand. Karl wins by a landslide of votes with Cristy and Duddy tagging playfully after him with five and eight votes. Amongst those seniors who have done a lot for the class are lllarie CYouth Centerl Ellery with the majority of the votes, and Jacky and Sarah polling many votes also. Heading the list of boys who have accomplished much for the class of 1944 is Gerald Silveira. Not too far behind is Ralph. Two votes less, Jimmy comes in third. CLASS The Relican Muesum, 2206 Hanging Lip Falls, Noo Yorrk, N. Y. Dear Sir: Glowchester, Hunkachusetts, June ll, 5944. As you know, during the past four years, I have been excavating among the ruins of what was once presumably a High School near the prehistoric city of what-was-thenfcalled Gloucester. Among said ruins, I stumbled on a musty, rather odorous, old document which I think is valuable enough for presentation to your museum. Evidently a history of some ancient class, it is a manuscript about which I can truthfully say, basing nv convictions on my many years of travel and experience, is the most unusual and unique history I have ever encountered. As you examine the tattered pages you will find that these unusual people possessed a rare sense of humor which manifested itself in rather dubious ways. A perusal of its contents, however, should provide not a few moments of factual pleasure. Trusting that this small contribution will shed valuable light on these aborigines and their habits, I remain as always R. 0. T. C. By some strange coincidence, the class of '44 was outstanding in military affairs. During our sophomore year, the first drill that found the class represented was the Guard Mount which included J. Day, E. Alves, W. Edson, W. Gibson, C. Kopanon, R. Lowe, R. Bruee, M. Cooney, D. Davis, J. Pimental, and G. Silveira. Although it was three days before Silveira found out that the Guard Mount was a drill and not a horse, each member covered himself with glory. At the following party, a crack R. O. T. C. band prize squad, assisted by J. Day and R. Clark marched off with the honors, much to the chagrin of the regiment. Then, adding to his previous successes, R. Clark took third place in the Haskell drill on Field Day. At the same time, D. fRobert Jordanj Lane was awarded the sophomore medal for military excel- lence, and lanky B.' fDaniel Boonej Malone took the award for rifle marksmanship. With this conspicuous record in mind, our class promptly stepped out on the wrong foot to further its laurels. At the second party of our junior year, E. Lar- kin and B. Malone captured third and second places respectively in the manual of arms. J. Pimental, the "Vic Mature of the Tuckersize", substituting for E. McKay, scored an amazing upset by winning hrst placeg and it was not until a week later that Jerome realized what had happened. Then W. Edson scored by leading a snappy Co. B prize squad to victory over squads led by such military geniuses as J. Day, E. Alves, B. Malone, R. Lowe, and G. Silveira. Afternote: Silveira, in disgust, changed the name of his group to prize scrod. During the course of the classic Field Day exercises, Alves won the coveted first prize, Malone squeezed into second place, and Lowe, by some mistake, "Sinatraeyezed" into third place. Also, Mellow extinguished himself by anticipating commands. On the same memorable day B. Malone, staggering under a chestload of medals, added another marksmanship award, assisted by E. MeKay. After the exit of the senior oflicers, B. Malone was appointed "chief cook and bottle washer", with D. Davis second in command. Majors Lane, Cooney, and McKay presided over the companies led by Clark, Day, Alves, Mellow, Lowe, Goodiek, and Bowen. Silveira, Kerepka, Curley, Brennan, Taliadoros, MeKeehnie, Pimental, Dono- van, Parker, Anderson and Broad supervised the pla- toons, while Corkum, Bouehie, and Bruee were assigned to the staffs. Captain W. Edson was regimental adjutant. Except for two momentary liourishes when they stretched their creaky joints and waved their rusty sabers, Your obedient servant, Elmer J. Fossilius the officers were content to rest upon their laurels and so pass into history. THE GLEE CLUBS The Glee Club activities of the senior class were very outstanding, even if we do make the statement ourselves. Although it was not until our second year that we really got rolling, the ,class of '44 produced a wide assortment of Nelson Eddys and Grace Moores Qno relation of Miss E. F. Moorel. At our first Christmas concert presenta- tion, Ralph Lowe, Jr. warbled incoherently while Irene McCollum cluttered up the chorus. Then after a five months' pause in which the Gloucester audiences recuper- ated, certain members of the class again dared to partici- pate in an opus by Gilbert and Sullivan, called "Trial by jury." Ralph Lowe, Jr. appeared as the usher Cmean- ing, of course, his role in the productionj, and such class beauties as Eleanor Karvellas, William Edson, Christopher Kopanon, and Irene McCollum found, or rather, lost their places in the chorus. During that memorable year, Ralph Lowe, Jr. also represented the class by singing with the famed Apollo Club of Boston in Symphony Hall. fDid I say memorable?-Perhaps we should forget iti. Our Junior Christmas concert saw new talent con- sisting of Mary Baker, Dorothy Tarr, Jean Cogswell, Ruth Bicknell, Lois Ireland, Dorothy Dagle, Louise Selig, and appearing with the old ones, R. L., I. M., E. K. and Yehudi. It was in this year, also, that the class won its most outstanding honors in the field of music through the grand production, "Erminie". In this opus, Ralph Lowe, Jr. hard on the heals of his comic success in "Trial by Jury" followed through in the humorous role of Ra- vennes. Irene McCollum was given the feminine lead as the beautiful and talented Erminie. David Lane appeared as a Louis XIV period "Frank Sinatra"g Ruth Bicknell played a very sweet village girlg James Brennan was a dashing "non-com"g and Rirhard Hunte scored as Msr. Des Nailes. Franees Eldridge and Robert Low lent a' supporting hand in the orchestra.. At the Spring Music Festival, Ralph Lowe, Jr. and "Lennie" Lea! brought honor to the class by receiving ratings of "Superior" and "Good" respectively, for their solo numbers. The Senior Christmas concert soloists were many, including Jean Cogswell, Ruth Bicknell, Irene McCollum, Ralph Lowe, Jr., Dorothy Tarr, and Rosalie Doutette. Instead of resting on their laurels, the class of '44 exited in a blaze of glory and triumph with the Spring concert featuring "Americana" and the Music Festival finding "Superior" ratings prevalent. P. S. Frankie Sinatra only rated "Fair." HISTORY STEVENS BOOK REVIEWERS The class of '44 was well represented in this de- partment. Although G. Silveira and J. Mellow psycho- analyzed themselves into membership during their junior year, most of the others, to wit: M. Ellery, D. Lane, M. Cooney, R. Lowe and S. Andrew: were admitted as seniors. In the course of the year, teas were held at the homes of various members, and after three meetings M. lillery was finally able to balance a tea cup according to the best Silfveirian etiquette. Feature of one of the meetings was l.owe'.t running narrative of Scheherezade until it tripped over Min Harris' gag. During the year, punctuated by sensational publicity ranging from wolf calls to Frankie Sinatra, two highly successful book reviews were held in which the nation's best-sellers were mutilated. But after the smoke had cleared, the library found itself richer by several excel- lent books, because of which the entire senior class, ex- cluding the already inflated capacity of G. S., expanded with pride. FRENCH CLASS For four long years now, many of us have been hearing about that memorable classe de francais which convened somewhere in the vicinity of room 120. "Daddy" Cooney was the star pupil, and donated generously to the Rosen Red Cross approximately 53,50 per annum. One of the most impressionistic visions engraved upon our memoirs is that of J. Mellow trying to psycho- analyze those great French philosophers, about which we know something, we hope. L. Cox furnished an infinite source of amusement bargaining with Daddy for 'just one more dime'. Shall we ever forget S. George trying to force a stubborn tongue to recite a resume, and F. El- dridge wrangling to top Monsieur Rosen's puns? Ah, those were joyous hours! Remember Sarah Ann pleading with us to say 'say' instead of 'sez'? Laud and honor go to Jeuie Vic-fra who, had she not been faithful to her text books, would have prevented those shining A's which some of us received. lWhich some?lg and to Margie Best and Ev Mernik without whose laughs our corn would not have flourished! A toast to Mr. Rosen, and Vive la Classe!! GIRLS' VICTORY CORPS The Victory Corps Drill Team originated during our junior year in G.H.S. It was composed of girls who successfuly outfianked their competitors in gym classes and almost immediately after its founding was taken under the wing of Sgt. Tucker. Gruelling rehearsals, leaving the female regiment breathless and fiat footed, proved successful in making a platoon whose every com- mand was carried out with exact precision. lAlso suc- cessful in slimming hip and waist lines., Its first demon- stration was at the second Officer's party of '43, when 27 girls under the Leadership of Min Savage, amazed and won reserved admiration of the many spectators at the party. Following this were two street parades, again show- ing the girls immaculate in their white pleated skirts and white blouses with red accessories. The second of these parades was on Field Day of that same year when each girl proudly marched with the platoon in front of the R.O.T.C. Regiment. A position, in their estimation, of great honor. 1944 saw only six of the senior girls left on the drill team. They were: Lt. Eleanor Karsvellar, Sgls. Louise Selig, and Midge Green, and Pvtr. Beverly Black, Ruth Bicknell, and Nancy Clark. Drilling at the second party was becoming an annual affair as we Hstrutted our stuff" for the second consecutive year. Again we brought the house down, drilling even better than the previous year. In the future yet to come the Victory Corps Drill Team can and will prove itself colorful and indispensable to the military of G.H.S. HIT PIN Hit pin has proved itself a favorite afternoon sport with boys as well as girls during our four years in high school. Our senior year especially has been a happy one as far as the game is concerned. It has been a battle of the sexes in the gym with the officers of the R. O. T. C. versus the more athletic senior girls. On the male team, who incidentally did not always win, Da-ve Lane, Ralph Lowe, Cooney, Brennan, Bouchie, Alves, Edson, Davis, and others displayed great talent in booting with their left foot. Among the gentler sex we observed L. Cox, Black, Plunkett, Green, Kar-vellar, N. Clark, Haines, Bicknell, and S. Andrews, and S. George, who also could handle a ball and who gave the boys a good run for their money. CLASS HISTORY At the annual class election, the 'fvox populi" popped overwhelmingly in favor of Dud Cooney, popular and versatile senior. Bob "Throttlebottom" Malone fwhat againl was the choice for Vice-President. Jimmy Mellow was our treasurer, so that's what hapened to the treasury. We found the perfect secretary to be Jean Holmes. We were justly proud of Jim Mellow who represented us when he was elected Vice-President of the Eastern Massachusetts Scholastic Press Association, YOUTH CENTER In january of that fateful year of '44 the silent streets of Gloucester suddenly became animated as a gathering of laughing students joyfully pranced into what was to be their new haven, after tussles with homework were finished. It was that celebrated location, the Youth Center. Prominent in this group was Marie Ellery, chairman of the practically non-existent general commit- tee. After one of those Ellery pep-talks, we donned our old clothes and diligently attempted to wash those dingy walls, through which Gerald promised us we'd soon see our refiections. We scrubbed floors, washed windows and walls, sand-papered chairs, tore down shelves, and ham- mered nails. Leroy Spittal was particularly helpful, and with the aid of some paint and some co-operative shop- boys, the two rooms were rejuvenated. It seemed that we carried all the dirt with us as we left after working hours to drop into Teddy's for that life-giving Coke. Ah, those were the days! To think, that after all these years, remains of the Youth Center may still be found! ! SENIOR TEA DANCE The Senior Tea Dance, held on December 9, 1943 was a dignified and pleasant affair. Sponsored by the Senior girls, the preparations were made by the different homeroom representatives acting as a committee. Even though Leap Year .was a month away, fin typical Gloucester stylel the boys were invited by the girls. 1. 2. 3. -24 6. Y egg" new gf . Q ge 1 ai ...QP f . li S . .qs A e s. -- 9. 12. 17. 22 27 4. 7. 10. 7 tuf' 1, .. -5F v,'2., -ef?-i ,. as .M "'-Ze.. ' M g ..,, . his--' ..,- .. ,.,. 3. V E 1 3. 5 18. ',-i j!! B K ,.. ,, 23. 28. AS YOU BABY PICTURES 1. Esther Levie 2. Ruth Muniz 16. Phyllis Fialho 17. Marjorie Green 3. Sarah Ann Andrews 18. Elizabeth Hall 4. Priscilla Beeman 5. Marjorie Best 6. Ruth Bicknell 7. Betty Brown 8. Nancy Clark 9. jean Cogswell 10. Louise Cox 11. Jean Davis 12. Jacqueline Darcy 13. William Edson 14. Frances Eldridge 15. Shirley Emerson 1 5. 20. 25. H:-5 if A fi f. 30. 19. Ruth Hill 20. jean Holmes 21. Sonia Houde 22. Carolyn Hull 23. Lois Ireland 24. Shirley Joseph 25. Rosemary Joslin 26. Jean Kennedy 27. Michael Linquata 28. Rosalie Linquata 29. Emily MacDonald 30. Louise Maddix 'Q 16. 21. 26. 31. WERE 31. Ann Marshall 32. Irene McCollum 33. Lois McDonalml 34. Patricia Meade 35. Iivelyn Mesniek 36. Charles Morrissey 37. june Moses 38. Alice Moulton 39. Karl Muller 40. Flora Parisi 41. Marjorie Parkhurst 42. Charles Perkins 43. Janet Perry 44. Winnie Perry 45. Alma Phalen 46. Virginia Plunkett 42. 47 48 49 50 Sl Phyllis Powers Louise Selig Carolyn Silva Arlene Spidell and jim Mellow Marjorie Stanwood 52. james Strople 53. Margaret Strople 54. Barbara Sweeney 55. Thelma Tarlow 56. Dorothy Tarr 57. Joan Warren 58. Alice Webber 59. james Whitten 60. 61. Alice VViIe Alice VVorrall 33. 36. 39. 43. 44. 34. 37. 40. Q51 45. it 32. 35. 38. 41. 46. . . ' 'I 9 'N A 1 " t . g . A L 4 . I 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. . s-ae' ' 7 UAA Q Sei 5 xl tu : ' .bv Q as 52. 53. 54. ss. 56, A i eu .. .5 -4-1 i iii rw .i A in K , . lffiif. 57. ss. 59, 60. 61. 53 CCTllV TIES chool years without extra-curricular activities would soon escape our memories. Fortunately, we seniors have had our share of the "outside" work which makes the years recorded here Well Worth remembering. If in the future G.H.S. alumni should meet together, may they recall the activities in which each took his part. The OHicer's parties, the Glee Club concerts, the Dramatics Club presentations, the Book Review- ers Library Benefits: may these be remembered when old friends meet. Pictured here are the activities over which we presided and in which we reigned supreme. 54 I LXQVQ 4 g. 11, 09, 90' ir 49' " "' an-,v fn. .Q- NATIONAI, HONOR SOCIIC'l'Y David Lzinv, Riclmrcl l'i-te-rsun, Luis Il'K'l2lIHl,'I,1llllL'l Davis, lilimlwtli llzill, Iiliznlwth llmwn. llil1L'lIll1l Tzirluw, -Iuyve llnupcr, Clara Saumlcrs, .Ivan llnlmvs, Mxirjnric Circvn, james Mi-lluw, Rivhzirml llun! , Ralph lniw, Mntthvw CUUIIUY, fil'f1llll Silvvirn. 'l . J ,. .L - F of L ,. . 0 r 3 -1 E N 3 5 i 4. Z, v 1 'I . pa l G. H. S. GIRLS' CLUB CAISINIYI' Marilyn llaiimw, Phyllis Dmiglzis, 7wl'l'Ll.f1H'l'f,' -ICZIH llnlmcs, Sru'rlur'y,' Sarah Ann .'Xluli'i-in, l'rr:iJfnl,' Charlotte Mcrchant, l'in'-l'rfJii11'1zI,' Phyllis Finllm. Jilfllllflillt' Dnrvy, Flora-:wc VVl1ynut!'. 55 x x I w STEVENS BOOK REVIEVVERS Gerald Silveira, Prf.fident,' Ralph Lowe, First Vice-presiderzlg Marie Ellery, Ltbrarianj James Mellow, Srfonil Vice-pre.ridenl,' David Lane, Trfasurrr. DRAMATIS PERSONAE Nick Vrachos, Tn'a.furvr,' John Coyle, Srrrrtaryg Eleanor VVhitten, Vin' Pf1'.videnl,' Ralph Lowe, PrrJitl1'nt,' Richaril Hunt. Mary Calladzxre, Thelma Tarlow, Frances Eldridge, Lottie Jones, Dorothy Tarr. Betty llall, Louise Cox, Ruth Bicknell. Aliso: Margaret Strople. 56 FRENCH CLUB Ruth llill, Phyllis Douglas, David I.anv, Srfrrlzzryj Shirla-5' liincrsmi, Trm.mrrr,' Matthvu Camiiry, Pr1'Ji.11v1l,' james Mi-llnw, Vim' Pr1'.fiJrnl,' lVlarjurie Kirk-en, bilfilll Ann 1Xlllll'k'-Na. Durmliy Tarr, Ann Marshall, Vamlyn Silva, -lean Kl'lIllCllj', Sarah George, Fvelyn Mn-rznick, Phyllis l'mvm'rs. lirlwarml Alvcw, Imiiw Cox, Frances lildriclge, Mary Baker, Rnher! Broad, Christopher Kopanon. .llmf Marjnrie Best. if, 'li 6, if . gg sands ,v:11.'3, C.-W Q 'O'-mm x GERMAN CLUB Rirharcl llunt, Alvan Shnrt, June Mfmses, Rosemary Joslin, llarolml Maclclix, Prr.liilrnf,' Eugvlu' Rulwrts, f,ff,lI'.ff!'!l lmmlrr. film: Ruth liumlmw, I'in'-jvn'.viJ1n!,' Iicstcr Gray, Sl'ff1'fHfy,' Ilnwarrl Burnham, Trranzrfr. 57 LATIN CLUB Evelyn Mesllick, Marjorie Stanwoocl, Nancy Clark, Phyllis Powers, Thelma Tarlnw, Marjrwrie Best. .lflhfl CONC, PfUifif'f1f,' Claire Anderson, I'if1'-prc:idrni,' Jeanne Pierowziy, Srfr1'Iary,' Mariun Clark, Trnuurrr. SPANISH CLUB Alicq Nugent, Exerulifvz' Colnrniltrfg Elva Silveirri, l'irc-prfsidcnt and Tr1'a.rurfr,' Beverly Black Preszdrnfg Helen Connor, Sffrefaryg Betty Brown. Richard Hunt , jean Phillips, Exefuiifvf C0lIl7l1iHl'l',' Richard Cnffey, I1iXFl'llfi'Uf Commilife. 58 SERVICE CLUB Ethel Goodwin, Betty Brown, Anne Chianciola, Mary Baker, Louise Selig, Prcsidentj Lottie Jones, Marion jones, jean Kennedy, Rosalie Linquata. Shirley Emerson, Dorothy Tarr, Alice Moulton, Geraldine Amero, Clara Saunders, Pauline Doucette, Elva Silveira, june Moses. Thelma Tarlow, Ruth Grover, Phyllis Fialho, Marjorie Best, Ruth Hill, Lois Ireland, Elizabeth Hall, Marjorie Green, Marie Ellery. Also: Nancy Clark. GRCHESTRA Richard Clark, Jean Davis, Marie Ellery, jack Day, Thelma Tarlow, Frances Eldridge, Robert Low. 60 ,F h 1 M9 ,my K. .6 Q Li. I. ..- .5- A. I ',, .ar ,J .I ICICI' S PONSC IR I NG ICX ICRCISICS BANK Imltic .Ium-s, C'I:1rn Szlumlvrs, .Ivan Ilnlrmw, lil-wx-ly Iilnvk, Nnnvj' Clark, Mnrjruric Ura-011. Smn.!i11g.' Iivc-lynx NICNIIIVIK, Mnrjuric I':IrkIxurst, PJIIIIIIH' IIUlIl't'Ill'. . F F g 3 6. I Iril E- , L II J gl P24 4'ik,,,.' til 1 Y - . . 'V 4 bf' , . vw, , fb hz L Iwi. A . , - I -f I..-W. Amd?-X-vw.-, ,mm-f....h JUNIOR Rlfll CROSS CANTISPIN G. Sweeney, A. VVile, C. Hull, F. I.evie, B. Brown, A. VVorrnll. STAGE CR ENV John McBride, George Jacobs, .wnior asxisranlg Charles Perkins, flziffg Fmlwnrml Dulloff, junior,' John Burgcrelln, Lawrence Colby. Richard Ginn, Merrill Nezlris, Phillip JOI'ClI1l'l,J0hl1 Buckley. 62 F 1 . M.. N , . ,Q ilk q .Z T egg X hwfli 1 fe, f 1 . , f i +.5,Tw?W:g4q,L,zEz Fi." h it , V I , f , 'Vik '3,'..- ,-"aff wi., G ,H P: . 1' . Xjifix 4 . -A -,MEM JM-Q' uf , A t.,-M: Lima BOYS' GLEE CLUB Nick Vrachos, I,ibrarian,' Allan McLellan, Trra.vur1'r,' Ralph Lowe, Prf'.vidmt,' Paul Ryan, l'irf- pr1'sidr'nl,' Richard Marclen, Svffrlary, Richard Ilunt , Charles Morrissey, David Lane, Karl Muller, llandford Green. .-1lJ0.' Robert Horton, Ijllfarian. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Caroline Silva, Marilyn llaines, Mary Baker, Irene McCollum, Louise Selig, Ruth Grover, Dorothy 'I'arr. June Moses, Pauline Doueette, Rosalie Linqnata, Lottie jones, jean Coflswell, Florence VVhynott, Lois Ireland, Sarah Ann Andrews. Thelma 'I'arlow, Marjorie Best, Janice Goodwin, Frances Eldridge, Roth Bicknell, Elizabeth llall, Priscilla Beeman. 64 T ui W if ' f iiruvf' 1 . 2 94 J M "Ex ., 4' sf - Q 4 5, as x kxxxx '95 . F-'lb .-J' .4 wx -if , gg 4 3 i 'A 5 . 1351 rf- -- N L, W ' ' ' , . Am,ww0nonq,,,Wm'vr,fmg H 1 Vs, 1 '. , . x 5 1? s W Ti E5 2 Y Q' "Q. Y :'A 3 A " A 2 . gl V , I - x A Y? 'k ' 545 5 5 by Q , A e. Q W r K , - "il-BAA' 6 Az. ' :gh Q V. .l 3 H A ,, f ' i U l ' . - gm -"X"'bf,-,tim-1' ,A ltrffsx ' 2, ' VQWQLFI WW ' 5 K 'fig'-" ffl WW . J! IW. W: -2 X?.?S,iNg H -6 ww is EH f f , X, . , rw' t1 :A I ' fl' 5, It ....VL ik, ,, 8 i CAMERA CLUB Geraldine Amero, Mary Calladare, Jacqueline Darcy, Prc5id1'nl,' Florence VVhynott, Phyllis Douglas. Alice Moulton, Shirley Emerson, Marjorie Green. VICTORY CORPS DRILL TEAKI Jeanne Davis, Margaret Moore, Beverly Black, Nancy Clark, Louise Selig, 1-Qleanor Karvellas Marjcnrie Green, Ruth Bicknell, Theo Cox, llarriett Lovett. 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I':l,lZ.-XBETH BROXVN IXIARY CL:RI.EY V T T ' 7 T ' ' 4 . y . lxATm,l.1.N H r,NTzm.1. l,:,mm,H Chwfs. Ifrllvlzzlzlr 1'rofflu'4'y Almuss AIIZI.l,0XY Gran.-un S1l,v121R,x 'I 'y pix rx l'Rlscrl,l,.x HEEAIAN C1.0TIl,llIi l"R.xNclS lfrum. fl0UIlWlN Ros,fxl.u2 LINQLL-xTA IC1,v,x S11,vE1R.Wx l"lll'll!fj' J difisorx Miss xlAR-IORIE S. CR.-xw1.m' Bliss lira.x'rR1cE H. CHRISTOPHERSON Miss Ilolffrrnv NI. Klrkmlv , in Phofogrr1pl1y MR. las-xR1,E I". XVILDER lsllflllfj' A zlfuisarx Typist: 75 1 , we Editor: EVELYN FRYE JACQUELINE DARCY Bmf""' "uf 'Uday BEACON BEACON STAFF Marjorie Green, xlrt Slaffg Marjorie Parkhurst, Literary Slajfg Evelyn Frye, Junior Ediforg Jacqueline Darcy, Senior Edilorj Irene Mitchell, Businfss Managrrp Pauline Doucette, Lilerary Staff Jessie Vierira, literary Sfajf. Marion Jones, Elva Silveira, Anna Chianciola, Joanna Cecilio, Patricia MacGillivary, fldfoer- tising ,ffsxistantg Ethel Goodwin. Julia Favalora, Rosalie Linquata, .fldvrrtising .1.v.viJ1anl,A Fred Holmberg, Literary Staff Clara Saunders, Marilyn Silveira, rlrt Slaf. Also: Mary Curley, Distribution Manager. 76 1 511. 4? lk fjj. 'E' fi E dilorx .-lny Thursday P.M. M. ELLERY, G. SILVEIRA, J. MFLLOYV FLASH ohm Broun, lam uc-line lkxrvv l,orr:1ine Stronlc nmcs Mellow Marie Iillcrv, Gerald Silveirn Q 5 . 1 ., I , , . , lzvclyn l'rye, joseph liczlry. Misra Svlig, m!fz',' Dorothy ,ll1ll'l', Marion jones, Anim fllllllllfllllll, Ninrjorle Best, Thelma 'I':1rlow, l':lVl'l Silvcirzl, Mr. Norton, znlfvzmr. Florcnvc Marshall, Rosalie Linqunm, Barbara VVhite, Betty Hall, Ann Mnrshnll, Eleanor VVhitt4:n. 77 VUCCATIIONAL SCHUOL FACULTY Mr. Harold B. Geary, Mr. john F. liudrow, Mr. Leonard H. Scott, Mr. Ilarvel R. Vail. Mr. George E. Hodson, Mr. Earl R. Polk, Mr. Raymond C. VVhite, Mr. Leonard St. George. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLUB Robert Donovan, Trvasurrrg Yrjo Tulla, Pr1'5idz'r1I,' Mr. Vail, Spon.vor,' james Dunn, l'iN- Prrsitlrnfg Edward Goodick, Sw'r1'!ar'y,' Melvin Bowen. 51150: Thomas Brown, Thomas Saco. 78 THROUGH MASTERY PRA Fu. CTC ' , 1 IE ii- hu T I W? 79 3 S . X- L -A 'Q i il 3 x hx NHQINQ is 1 I Q S LEARNING BY DOING 80 HANDS and TOOLS 81 CLASS CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 13--Freshmen trampled by hordes of seniors in rush to recess line. 14-Freshmen retaliate: Kopanon, Day and M. Calledare immediately carried to health suite. 15-Mr. Colman introduces seniors to the mystery hour- B block h sics class D Y - 16-R.O.T.C. uniforms distributed: new recruit Mistakes Short's pants for a pup-tent. Short, hurt, tries a smaller size. 17-Bowen asks Donovan when next vacnt on sta ts. 20-Alves loses Mr. Rosen's "Le Bourgeois Gentilhommef' Alves without delay transfers to study. . I 21-Another mystery hour. Miss Crawley explains metric system. 22-Perkins claims he has re ceived an offer from M.G.M. Could it be he is to replace Boris Karloff? 23-Bruce declares Mr. Twomey's gym classes unconstitu- tional: claims his constitution can't stand it. 24-M. Haines comes to school for first time, bewildered at how she thought it was only the first of August. 27-Parker does his first physics experiment. Reported missing: room 108, B block physics class and Mr. Colman. 28-P-38 sights unidentified classroom hovering over Boston. 29-Room 108 makes perfect three point landing on cafeteria roof. Parker still in Boston. 30-P. Douglas envies mud-packs Malone gets at football practice. OCTOBER 1-Miss Mears tells her Germ an class to skip lines 75-100 in tonight's assignment. Lane up all night translating lines 75-100. 4-Miss Gale welcomes Honor of much work to be done. society members: tells them 5-Mr. Johnson and Miss Gale confer on new Honor society members. 6-Topic at first Round Table meeting involves "Fourth Term." Miss Burke is unsuccessful trying to separate Lowe and Silveira. 7-Deadline for first issue of the three "musket-editors" if they in room 218. 8-Short claims loss of 10 lbs 9-Saturday-"Flash" appears: low" for "Who's ll-Lowe discovers 'Squam 'Flash." Mr. Cameron asks intend to spend the evening emerging from gym class. Public foregoes "Don Wins- Who." and F. Eldridge. "Ode to Frances" soon to appear in book form. 12-Clare Saunders and J. Holmes spend mornings working in the bank. Business up 2515. Mr. Thompson is bad-led but we know why. 13-B. Black in Mr. Wilder's history class is indignant over the fact that the Lone Ranger is not mentioned in U.S. history. 14-R.0.T.C. in parade for A the relief was for his feet. rmy Relief. Brennan wishes 15-Broad sent by Mr. Colman to Miss Rundquist for some Cameron sent for Broad. 18-Silveira, in study of poe prejudice. Refuses to be influenced ice. try, accuses Miss Harris of by her taste. 19-Air raid drill. A. Anderson, looking for shelter, hides in locker. 20-Assembly on Guatemala. "Sis" Karvellas believes it would be a good place to spend A block. 21-Mr. Hodsdon complains a lockers. Anderson's mother reports bout noise coming from his her son has been kidnapped. A 22-Mr. Colby lets Anderson out of lockerg Anderson sues for damages. 25-Deadline for 300 lines of poetry to be memorized by College English. M. Green transfers to commercial course. 26-Miss Londergon demands F block in library be quiet. Poor J. Vierra suffers throughout the period in silence. 27-Assembly on Alaska. "Sis" Karvellas decides Alaska might be better after all. 28-29-Ration book No. 4 comes out. B. White and I. Holmes ask for extra ration services. 31-Lane guesses questions to English test. Lowe requests the mbjects. NOVEMBER 1-Somebody yells "shift !" I. books in payment for their be given by Miss Harris in answers also. Miss Harris McCullum blushes. 2-Miss Crawley again explains metric system, 3-Davis seen in Woolworth's 'Jhristmas shopping already? basement. Is he doing his 4-Mellow, reading Dante's "Inferno," says, "This sure is mot stuff." 5-M. Green tells us her mother feeds her bullets so her iair will come out in bangs. 8-Round Table debates on whether Miss Burke should have L new dictionary. 9-Mother-daughter banquet: main topic-boys. 10-L. Cox goes to see "For Whom the Bell Tolls." ll-L. Cox comes to school with hair a la Ingrid Bergman. 12-We sleep. Teachers' convention: no school. 15-Miss Crawley explains that darkness is the absence of ill light. L. Selig claims it's the presence of a beau, 16-Malone and Davis preoccupied with Phil and Theo. Regiment seen disappearing over river bank into the Annis- quam. 17-Trig class looks knowingly as Miss Tufts reviews tan- gents, cosines and sinesq General review fest given. 18-Miss Tufts corrects tests of trig class: confers with Mr. Parkhurst, head of math department, and decides to reissue Algebra I books to all except Kopanon. 19-Kopanon gets Sth grade arithmetic refresher. 22-Snow storm. Shore matinee was suddenly. 23-Oflicers and 7:30 P.M. for repeat performance of grand march for coming party. 24-Encore grand march at 7:30 P.M. G.H.S. fans pack Manning Bowl and No school. Our delegation to the North in a panic when the lights went on their lady friends appear at gym at 25-Thanksgiving ! forego their turkey wings and drumsticks for our Eleven. It was a sad day. We lost. 26-First Officers' party! All is forgiven, Sgt. Tucker, for the way you made us practice the grand march. 29-Girls promenade with wilted orchids, gardenias, roses and dandelions. Where did Davis get the dandelions this time of year? 30-Cook is aghast as he finds a piece of ham in his sandwich. DECEMBER 1-Swooner Sinatra at R.K.O. Boston theater. Senior girl absenteeism hits all time high. 2-Starry-eyed A. Webber squeals at the very thoughts of her all-day stay, yesterday, at the R.K.0. 3-D. Tarr sneaks two pats of butter at recess. Miss Lunderville asks for two red points. 6-Miss Crawley is still on the metric system. 7-Everybody buys bonds and stamps. Pearl Harbor Daylll 8-Mellow and Silveira deny accusation of P. Doucette of corrupted political machine. Claim welfare of class is their sole interest. 9-Senior tea. P. Douglas asks Malone when they are going to serve the tea. Bob doesn't know either. 10-Pimental, as he balances Miss Smith's books, states he doesn't believe in the conventional methods of -arithmetic. 13-Miss Smith keeps Pimental for afternoon session as she-teaches him multiplication tables. Jerome marvels at her genius. 14-L. Ireland worriedly asks, "Do you know what the percentage of wolves is in this country? It's one out of every man!" 15-Absenteeism again hits new level. Senior boys carry overflowing Christmas mail. 16-Small blonde freshman, Clarence Laing, is hit of an- nual Christmas concert. Lowe seen sulking backstage. 17-Promotions! Mr. Rosen states'Cooney is now a major problem. 18-28-Christmas vacation. O how we love Santa Claus. 29-S. George is absent. Could it be she is still playing Hvith, her Christmas toys or is it because her drama report is ue . 30-Miss I-lammons asks Bouchie to cover his yellow and purple tie. He claims it was a gift. 31-New Year's Eve! Seniors en masse leave English and math homework for a bit of whoopee. Is that a red nose on Kerepka? JANUARY 3-We still have that morning-after look. Edson asks what day it is. 4-All resolutions broken. , 5-Captains Goodick and Bowen seen sticking tongues at each other. They're really serious about the Bachelor trophy, aren't they? 6-A good friend returns to G.H.S. Colonel Sham is pre- sented to the regiment. 7-Unlucky Friday! No school: Cooney loses a diamond Qring ?jg our basketball team loses to Lynn English. 10-Zager, playing straight man, asks Pimental who gave him his new "shiner." Jerome retorts, "What do you mean who gave it to me? I had to fight for it." 11-Wonson decides Mr. Frigard's course in aeronautics is off the beam. 12-Wonson is told to get on Mr. Frigard's beam or get out of class. All is serene in Mr. Frigard's aeronautics course once again. 13-Burnham says he would like to be stationed in London once he is drafted. He'l1 like it. He's always been in a fog anyway. 14-Publicity campaign of coming library benefit is under full swing with commercials monopolizing Mr. Johnsolfs "half- hour." l7-Curley, W. Burns and R. McNeil are graduated and receive diplomas prior to their induction into the navy. The best of luck, gang. 18-Spelling lists appear in "Times." Hunte decides they are not worth while saving. 19-Reviewers' library benefit has them standing in the aisles. Not trying to leave, we hope. 20-Oakes decides to study astronomy on his way to School mornings. I 21-"0 what a beautiful morning!" It's Friday, the end of one of our busiest weeks. 24-Spelling begins in class. Hunte spells abattoir with a "-twar." Miss Harris tells him he had better buy the back issues of the "Times." 25-"The Battle of Russia" shown to regiment. We prefer this to "The Battle of the Second Recess Line." 26-Another early commencement! H. Greene. Holmes. Kerepka. Llnquata. and Strople. 27-Olficers' picture is taken. Hunte proxies for Curley: 28-"Mairzy doats and doezy doats and littlelamzy divy" echoes through the sacred halls of G.H.S. 3I-Anticlpation-CARDS-Calamity ! FEBRUARY 1-The serious minded physics class in 108 delves deep into the mysteries of fudge making. Miss Lunderville comes to the rescue much to Mr. Colman's embarrassment. 2-The Round Table decides what to do with the world after the war. 3-The Regiment and band brave the cold and snow to wish farewell to a group of our draftees. 4-What prominent seniors were from 1 to 3:30 A.M. Hxlng a flat tire? Consult the class history. 'I-Seniors roll up their pants, let down their hair and grab a. brush down at the Youth Center as they scrub it clean. 8-Hunk: Do pug noses run in your family? Sarah Ann: Only in cold weather. 9-Graduation pictures begin to circulate in increasing numbers. Several are confiscated by Mr. Parkhurst and added to his rogue's gallery. 10-Miss Harris asks English IV to write business letters. Lana flunks as he mistakenly passes in letter beginning "Dearsy Lambsy Pie!" ll-Mlss Crawley, never giving up hope, again begins the metric system. 14-Mellow in coup d'etat is ousted as president of N.H.S. Davis succeeds him. I5-Once again officers and their best girls practice the grand march late into the afternoon in preparation for coming party. 16-Clark reads that fish is brain food and decides to go whaling. 17-Chairman of class gift, motto and banquet committees sad class speakers are chosen. Graduation is but a short time o . 18-R.0.T.C. othcers and girls' Victory Corps shine at sec- ond annual party. 21-25-A well deserved vacation-we think. 28-Corporal Powers gives out with the boogie woogie to appreciative otllcers. 29--This is the day that makes 1944 Leap Year. All boys are on their guard today but there are no surprise attacks from the femmes. MARCH 1-Mr. Greelyz Thousands of germs can thrive on the point of a needle. Patil: What an odd diet. 2-Sarah Ann is really serious about becoming a. doctor. She has already collected over one hundred old magazines. 3-Miss Hammons is shocked by the unexpected polite- ness of History of Our Times class. She asked only fourteen times to have the room quiet. G-Seniors try to look as young and naive as freshmen as atttelmpts are made to collect class dues and money for Flicker cu . 7-N. Clark pays for her lunch with ration tokens. 8-Mrs. Clark figures it is cheaper to give Nancy money to pay for her lunches. 9-Cameron again seen in Mr. Colman's office at 1:40. Is he eager for a knowledgmof physics or was he chewing gum aga n. I0-S. Douglas put on Mr. Cameron's blacklist as he breaks his third milk bottle of the year. 13-Greel joins Douglas. 14-F. Eldridge applies at Scars dz Roebucks driver's license, saying it was recommended to her by a friend. Sarah Ann? for her 15-Miss Gale: Now you know what a symposium is. Gray: Liostnof us do, at least those that have any interest in music a a . I6--That brilliant lad Peterson comes up with another state- ment of facts: the man who invented life-savers made a mint. 17-J. Darcy was very embarrassed today in biology. Reason: Mr. Lana trapping on deskj: Order, please. Jackie: A chocolate frappe for me. 20-Several stomach-conscious seniors start a campaign for a roast turkey dinner for the class banquet. 21-Chairman of Banq. Com.'I announces that we will prob- ably have baked cod. 22-Sophisticated seniors show much disgust as Miss Harris hlghly praises "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Look- ing Glass." 23-Cooney announces he would be interested in knowing where he might get some black market gas. 24-0.P.A. official calls at 5 Cedar Street but Mr. and Mrs. Cooney deny any relationship with this other Cooney. 27-Dud walks to school. 28-M. Stanwood claims to have seen a robin this morning. A. Webber says it was only a crow. 29-It rained cats and dogs today and J. Holmes say she stepped in a. poodle. 30-PGH! Doucette breaks all school records for tardiness by arriving three minutes after dismissal bell. 31-Polly tells the one about the alarm clock not going oR. We look on silently but knowingly. APRIL 1-A day dedicated- to all us seniors-all fools' day. 3-It's spring again and We're on the wing again-with those long hikes to the Common and Goodharbor. 4-9 :40 A.M. Sis Karvellas daydreams in Miss Harris' Eng- lish class. 1:40 P.M. Sis daydreams in Mr. Parsons' otiice. 5-The weather man wasn't kidding when he predicted those April showers. We're all a little water-logged. 6-Malone goes out for spring football practice thinking he will be captain again next year but is quickly benched by DelTorchio. 7-No school-Good Friday. 10-The day after Easter. All the girls look fresh and chic in their new bonnets but the boys smell of mothballs from last year's spring suit. 11-Jessie V.: My favorite tree is any kind of spruce. Arline S.: My favorite is any kind of pas-try. 12-Flash l-Flanagan seen without Shirley. 13-Zager chooses course he will take next year. He's plan- ning to major in English. 14-The local draft board decides what course Zager will take next year. 11-We have decided to build a monument to Miss Crawley for her patience and good humor in again attempting to pene- trate our skulls with the metric system. 18-Sadie George is very apprehensive about the coming summer months. Most of the boys will be in the service. 19-Sadie decides to join the WACs. 20-Parker gets his graduation pictures today and alibies that photographers never do him justice. 21-"Justicel" exclaims Broad. "What you want is mercy." 24-We find it very hard in keeping adults out of the youth center. 25-Two cats were watching a tennis game and one cat says to the other cat, "My mother is in that racket." 26-Isn't that humorous? Mellow told that one. 27-Lynching party chases Jim home. 28-Wonders of all wonders! A blade of grass is seen on the campus. MAY 1-5-Spring vacation. 8-Student body votes to extend vacation one week. Vote rejected. 9-Miss McGrew tells class book reports are due on Thurs- day. Gerry Greenwood worried. 10-Gerry goes to the show to see "Jane Eyre." 11-Gerry passes in book report on "Jane Eyre." 12-Surprise inspection. Bouchle and Corlnun indignant over receiving ten extra drills. 15-Rumors tell of clash between Miss Moore and Lowe, who wants to sing the song of the Volga boatmen at concert tomorrow. 16-Glee club "Americana" program of all American music huge success. Lowe sings the Volga boat song to interested squirrel at the Cut. 17-Eurekalll Miss Crawley makes revolutionary announce ment that everybody passed her latest test on the metric system. 18-Correction. Miss Crawley apologizes for her erroneous statement. She meant to say NOBODY. We knew it was too good to be true. 19-The mud in the Stadium is only ankle deep now. Drill commences for Field day. 22-Junior Tea. How we seniors are neglected. 23-Annual inspection of the regiment. Bouchle and Corkum advised not to come to drill for the sake of the regiment. 24-0 woeful days. We are warned of the final exams to come. 25-Tratlic oiiicer to Bowen: You're arrested for speeding. You were going forty miles an hour. Bowen: But, oflicer, I haven't been out an hour, 26-Davis, wrapped up in his own thoughts. catches cold. 29-Class banquet. Seniors reminisce over the past four years. 30-Memorial Day. The R.0.T.C. parades with the Boy Scouts. Mr. Johnson has a hard time deciding which organisa- tion is the best. 31-Last assembly of the year. We seniors feel so-o-o mature as underclassmen rise to honor us as we leave the auditorium. JUNE 1-P. Steele says she heard some junior say it was in relief. 2-Field Day. The R.O.T.C. struts its stuff both afternoon and evening. Sergeants, however, steal the show from the oth- cers at the dance. 5-With little to do this week but rehearse the graduation program, Alves decides to catch up on some of his homework. 6-Miss Harris admits the coming years are going to be very dull and uninteresting with her favorite English IV class gone. 7-Lowe, Mellow and Silveira say they will write to her. Miss Harris, somewhat reconciled to her fate, can now bravely face the future. 8-Are these G.H.S. seniors. Bill Edson comes to scbool with a sport shirt and no tie and Louisa Selig comes in slacks. 9-We become a little nervous as we realize graduation is but two days off. 10-M. Ellery. our saluditorian, and Mellow, our valedic- torian, both develop laryngitis. 11-GRADUATION-A huge success. Jim and Maris in good voice. M. Best and J. Hooper both show tears of happi- ness. We all get diplomas. R.U,T,C. G.H.S. R.O.T.C. REGIMENTAL OFFICERS Fran! rofw, left lo right: Captain Melvin R. Bowen, Captain Ralph H. Lowe, Jr., Major Matthew VV. Cooney, Jr., Lieut. Colonel Daniel K. Davis, Jr., Colonel Robert E. Malone, Major David J. Lane, Captain Richard M. Clark, Captain Edward R. Alves, Jr., Captain VVilliam T. Edson, Captain James R. Mellow. Middle rofw, lef! to right: First Lieut. Gerald E. Silveira, First Lieut. Freeman I. Corkum, Captain Jack H. Day, Cap- tain Edward A. Goodick, Jr., Major Edwin J. McKay, Jr., First Lieut. Francis P. McNerney, Signal Corps, P.M.S. 8: T.g Staff Sergeant Charles W. Tucker, U.S.A., Instructor, Corporal Richard J. Powers, Instructor, Second Lieut. Douglas E. Parker, First Lieut. John M. Curley, First Lieut. Michael Taliadoros. Back row, left lo right: Second Lieut. Francis J. Kerepka, Second Lieut. Robert E. McKechnie, Second Lieut. Rob- ert E. Broad, Second Lieut.' Rudolph J. Lahti, First Lieut. Robert E. Donovan, First Lieut. Arthur T. Anderson, Second Lieut. Robert A. Bruce, Second Lieut. James H. Brennan, Second Lieut. Raymond J. Bouchie, First Lieut. Jerome J. Pimental. 84 ww, , Q. A , iz1 1 YSjf"'5"'ffY5f ? -W 2' W? ??V 5' 9? N' fi' fi' Q' wr' QQ - . . A 5 Q A 4 i 44' Jil- W Q QQ ,, L STRONG MEN-AND TRUE THE GENERAL SPEAKS HUP-TXVO-THREE-FOUR 4-K 1 86 xxx? a , L ii, WMO? , 5 . , . ,4 Q, fy- 1 X ' Zyl! ,gg af, QQ' K W , ' iam Q. A fy 3,6 W 4: ,. G1.1. M V 4 ,.,,Q,.. N ? 2 ' sg nd'- l'n X 1 ns'nfx e'p 2EW A5 I 5 X l Q I ZZ 5 Ii ik Y, :fr We its gb Q li. ix . A y vb ,X Q , Q W Y vw ir kk ffm X dak mL igb V , J T gi -ff NX Q Ewa LLM? 3 fi: Q if s 4 'big ,lg K ,ni 1412. , ' Q ik, , 4 Q W Y? ' ' .s 1 a , I 1 A i ' ER f wg: - we l z- ,s-:g 7 m W , Q 1 - - . -'1 A. , ... U It u 3 W . ,, v- 13,55 K' , QW 9 MQ f y i .,,Q, ,.,A Q 1 U P-,Q H 'K . sm, . 5 U! M v 1 ,gi 1' 4. 1 1 X ' ' ' 'F 4 Z!! ts! ii f 02' f e , . XV! K if' x, ATHLETICS VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM M. Cooney F. Kerepka A. Destino E. McKay M. Taliadoros HB QTB HB HB FB R. Zager P. Burnham R. Malone E. Klotz P. Cook J. Curley J. Brennen VV. Prince L. Harmon R. Friend E E T, Capt. T G C G T E E 90 Q 1, if gm-, L. - A , - - s lil SICCONIJ TICANI BO'l"I'OIXI M FRICSHIXIAN SQUAD THIS IS HOXV 'IU RICK A LONG ONIC lgk. ... . 91 J., COACHES Capt. Bob Malone A. Frigard, Head Coafh P. Curcuru F. Twomey, flsst. Coafh CHEER LEADERS Barbara LaBelle Ann Morris Marjorie Green Irene McCollum Eleanor Karvellas Alice VVebber Mary Curley Dorothy Dagle VV gy K In K ifslggifi ' 2. . 92 FOOTBALL RESULTS Sept. Glou. Opp. I8 Cambridge Latin at Gloucester I9 25 Gloucester at Lynn Classical 6 13 Oct. 2 Newburyport at Gloucester 6 0 9 Swampscott at Gloucester 7 6 Tackle Tactics I6 Klarblehead at Gloucester 0 I3 23 Gloucester at Beverly 20 0 30 Gloucester at Salem 20 0 V V Nov. 6 Amesbury at Gloucester Cancelled-rain I3 Gloucester at VVinthrop 25 Gloucester at Peabody ' Freshman Managers ,ki , X. Field Managers A Cheer f0l' G.H.S. 93 Jan. 4 ml 11 14 la Ax u BASKETBALL RESULTS L:1w1'c-nce at cH0llL'f'SIl"l' 7 Lynn lfnglish at Gloucester I2 Ululncvsrc-1' at Pfilbflllj' I8 Gloxm-srcx' at Lynn Clrissiczll ll Ii2lVl'l'I1ill :lt c:l0llL'l'Sfl'I' 25 Glrnm'src'1':1t lin'x'c'1'ly 28 Glo11c0src'1' :lt Lynn lfnglish vb. 1 Uln11f1'stc'1' at I,iHVI'CHl'l' 41 ' N 4 5310111 :nt cJlUllL'CSfC'l' " 8 Lynn Classical at Glollcc-srm' Al " 22 li licvwly at cH0lIL't'Sf0l' Pc-zlbmly :lr Gloucester Har. I Hzlvc-rhill nt Gloncc-stcr Glou. Opp 30 2I IU 41 25 24 36 37 16 24 20 jl 33 70 30 3+ 22 I0 32 33 37 17 23 22 IQ 41 :S 1 2, S Q X X, X. , -. . -. f 95 SQUAD Frederick Carlson, james Call, Freeman Corkum, Robert Malone, VVilliam Edson, Douglass Parker, Russell DelTorchio, Robert Keating, Philip Worden, Joseph Capillo, Robert Fragu, Donald Lowe, Gerald Rioux, Raymond St. George, TRACK Ralph VVilson. Z Xlay 6 North Shore Relay Carnival l Manning Bowl, Lynn May l2 Beverly at Beverly May 20 Essex County Nleet Lawrence May 27 State Meet Newton April May June SQUAD M. Walen, 1. Vlfhitten, J. Geary, M. Cooney F Doucette j Pimentel E Re R Lane Capt L. Dolan, R. Harmon, P. Ryan. Mr. Twomey, Coachg B. Chianciola, S, Burgess L Lane VV Fosberry R Brazier L Oliver Y. Tulla, E. Grover, H. Churchill, D. Rice R Yale F VVnlfe L Culhs J Bradley BASEBALL 18 21 25 28 l 3 8 10 15 I7 19 24 26 31 l 5 SCHEDULE Gloucester at Lynn English Haverhill at Gloucester Gloucester at Peabody Lawrence at Gloucester Gloucester at Salem Lynn Classical at Gloucester Gloucester at Beverly Marblehead at Gloucester Peabody at Gloucester Gloucester at Lawrence Lynn English at Gloucester Gloucester at Lynn Classical Gloucester at Haverhill Gloucester at Marblehead Beverly at Gloucester Salem at Gloucester 4,. M? us? 'Z CLASS Weather RBPOU Tides: High: when M-11 ew Tllll PROPIIET 'he mf Worse Tomorrow Low, soon die, Volume 1940 Published Now and Then. Circulation 3.5 Ng, 1944 Personals JURY RETURNS VERDICT IN COON EY Principal Charles Morrissey has returned from a vacation in Vermont. It is ex- Dected that he will resume his duties as principal of the high school next Monday. Miss Louise Selig, glamorous Powers model, has arrived at her home on Wash- ington Street for a short vacation. Miss Alice Webber, owner of the exclu- sive Moderne Shops of Fifth Avenue has recently returned from Paris where she studied the latest Parisian styles, in prep- aration for her annual style show. Dr. Sarah Ann Andrews left yesterday for Vienna 'where she intends to take a course in brain surgery., It is expected that the course will take one year of ex- tensive study and practice. Miss Marjorie Stanwood, head librarian of the Sawyer Free Library, has recovered from her recent illness. Lieutenant Melvin Bowen is expected to arrive home soon for a short vacation. ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN Edited by Miss Marjorie Best Dear Miss Best, I have been happily married for two years now and have been very devoted to my wife, that is until two months ago when she began flirting with the janitor of our apartment house. Is there any hope? Ans. What are you hoping for? Dear Miss Best, My husband has many Byronic man- nerisms. What shall I do? Roberta Ans. Tell him to read Pope. Ginn Dear Miss Best, I am married to a man I first met in high school. He has been loyal to me up to three months ago when I sent him to the grocery store for a loaf of bread. He has not returned since. What shall I do? Marjorie Green Ans. Send for another loaf of bread. Send all letters to Miss.Marjorie Best addressed to this paper. She will mend your heart, your broken marriage or your old stockings for only one dime in coin or stamps. SPOT LIGHT ON NEW YORK by Doris Milirter MURDER TRIAL In Crime Sensation of Year, Cooney Acquitted Judge D. K. Davis, Flabbergasted, Adinonishes Jury GLOUCESTER, June 25, 1959-Coming unexpectedly at promptly 3:10 A.M. this morning, the jury of the now nationally famous Cooney murder trial announced the decision of that body to acquit Matthew Cooney, prominent citizen of this city and president of the G.H.S. class of '44, of all charges brought upon him. Judge D. K. Davis of the district court, flabbergasted over the attitude of the jury and specta- tors who cheered upon hearing the verdict, held everybody present in contempt of court and fined each 10 dollars. tHe later stated that this would soothe his injured dignity.J Cooney, who has been in police custody since last month, was overjoyed at his re- lease but again asserted his innocence over the recent charges brought to bear upon him. Mrs. Ezra E. Horseface, the former Miss Beverly Black of this city, who charged Cooney with the murder, bravely held the tears back until leaving the court- room but since then has issued a state- ment to the press which reads in part: "I hereby charge Cooney, Judge Davis, the entire jury, district- attorney Richard Clark, police captain H. Joseph, and every- body else who had any connection with the trial with fraud, perjury, attempt to slan- der, and also I am suing each for 50 thousand dollars with which I hope to spend the coming winter in Florida." Mrs, Horseface, the former Miss Black, was the first witness and answered sol- emnly all questions asked her by her at- torney R. Bouchie. The questioning pro- ceeded as follows: Bouchie: Did you find the body of Polly Horseface? Mrs. Horseface: Yes, I did. Bouchie: Describe in your own words the condition in which you found the body. Mrs. I-Iorseface: Polly was lying across the floor with her neck twisted. There was also blood on her neck. Bouchie: What relation was Polly to you? Mrs. Horseface: fBreaking downj My baby, my own little baby. Boo-hoo. Bouchie: What makes you think that cruel-hearted Cooney killed Polly? Mrs. Horseface: Well, he is my next door neighbor and I have often heard him threaten Polly. Bouchie: What reasons did he give? Mrs. Horseface: He always complained Polly was noisy and would bite him on the nose when he would sleep on his porch. Bouchie: When did this dreadful thing happen? Mrs. I-Iorseface: The first day of last month. I was upstairs when I heard the scream and Polly cry, "Help, help! Keep away from me Cooney!" Boo-hoo. fMrs. Horseface here collapsed from grief and was carried from the stand.J' No other witnesses were called as Steve Patil, the clerk of court, fell asleep. He was fined 75 dollars for contempt of court by Judge Davis. The final speech delivered by defense attorney Alves was what is believed by all informed sources to have been the de- termining factor in the not-guilty decision of the jury. Alves' eloquence brought tears to the jury of eleven women and one unidentified man. believed to be Jack Day. Alves ended his speech with words that are destined to become as immortal as those of Daniel Webster. He said: "Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, how can people of such intelligence as you think of any verdict other than not guilty? Look at Matthew Cooney! fCooney, by the way, sat blushing throughout the trial.j Those honest, sincere features! Here is a person who has never done a dishonesty in his life, a person who has never been late for any engagement in his life! Matthew Cooney has always been the per- fect gentleman, the perfect friend with whom you could trust your last two bits. Is he capable of murder? I say NO! And if YOU do, you may accept this pass which will entitle you to a lobster dinner at the Cooney home next Saturday and a check for 100 dollars. All free-no 'box tops, no strings attached, Just mark the little word NO on your ballot. It is the duty of your sacred honor and your patri- otism to do this. Will you betray your country by convicting this man? I think the answer is NO! I thank you." This brought cheers from the jury. Judge Davis fined Alves 50 dollars for such a statement, but it is primarily believed Davis did this because he had not been invited to the lobster dinner. The jury retired with these brave words of Alves ringing in its ears and deliberated until three o'clock this morning, thereby getting in seven and one-half hours of overtime. When asked what she would do in the future, Mrs. Horseface, the former Miss Black, stated that while she would miss Polly terribly, she knew the dandiest pet shop where she could get another parrot. Anyway, she was counting on her trip to Florida to let her forget this past month of suffering. Talked with multi-millionaire auto- manufacturer Robert Bruce at the exclu- sive'. Club Mocamba. He was dining with prominent socialite Jean Davis. Rumor has it that wedding bells will ring . . . Avi- atrix June Moses dined with Hollywood fashion designer Ruth Grover at the Stork Club. They were talking over old times . . . Co-owners of Fashions Inc., Gloria Clark and Rosalie Linquata were strolling through the Metropolitan Art Museum in Search of designs . . . Manager of the Red Sox, "Fran" Kerepka, was talking sports with owner Jack Curley in the Aquarium. AROUND Ellsworth Johnson was arraigned before district court on charges of assault and battery upon dentist Earl Pike, who supposedly extracted the wrong tooth from the former's jaw. U I O Miss Louise Cox, eminent social worker, has been spending her vacation here in Gloucester while recovering from excess fatigue incurred at Alcatraz Institute where she has been pioneering in a new program for Sunday afternoon Bible classes. 98 THE TOWN Phyllis Powers, head of the mathematics department of Riverdale High school, has struck oil in her attempts to drill "The Theory of Unlimited Planes" into the heads of her pupils. I l l Ways and Means for the rescuing of Raymond Lane, well known flag pole painter, are being carried out by the S.P.C.F.P.P. Mr. Lane has been stranded on the very top of the high school flag pole since last Monday, when his ladder fell to the ground. PRUPHECY HIGHLIGHTS OF TONIGHT"S RADIO LETTERS TO THE PROGRAMMES 7 P.M. 7 .30 8.00 8.30 Donnie Oakes and his Spotlight Band over WBZ ' Richard Peterson with Highlights of Today's News - WNAC - Irene McCollum in Lux Radio's presentation of "Naughty Marietta."-WEEI - The Mary Dagle Hour-featuring the Song Bird of the air waves with special guest Christopher Kopanon, stage comedian-WBZ The Comedy Hour-with Buster Anderson and Jim Brennan, radio and Hollywood News with Sarah George and guest star. Jerome Pimental, cur- Cresta Blanca Carnival with Mistress of Ceremonies, Joyce Hooper, well 8:45 motion picture team. - WHDH 9:00 rently in "The Desert Song."-WNAC 9:15 known author, lecturer and critic. - WEEI 9:30 The Little Theater featuring Lola Black and Bob Donovan.-WBZ. 10:00 picture star. - WNAC Il :00 Kraft Music Hall with Ruth Bicknell and guest, Marilyn Haines, motion Inner Sanctum with Edythe Feuless and Edward Flanagan.-WBZ OUTSTANDING LITERARY ARTISTS DRAW CROWDS Over one thousand people attended the annual high school library benefit to hear some of America's foremost literary artists speak. Acting as chairman, Miss Margaret Strople, librarian, introduced each guest. Priscilla Steele, world famous hostess and author of the current best-seller, "The Gentle Art of Throwing Parties," related a few of the amusing incidents which have occurred at her exclusive and expen- sive soirees. Acclaimed as one of America's greatest poets since Whitman. Fred Holm- berg, winner of the Pulitzer Prize poetry award, spoke on the rise of poetry. Also awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her book, "Rhythm of the Drums." was the next speaker, Nancy Clark, explorer and cor- respondent. Miss Elizabeth Hall, founder of the Hall Secretarial School, and author of "Secretarially Speaking," gave some of her experiences in the business world. Concluding speaker at the benefit was Miss Marie Ellery, famed journalist and editor of America's most widely read mag- azine, "Sphinx," who talked about her recent journey into the Gobi Desert with Dr. Edward Goodicks archeological expedi- tion. The benefit, it is believed, brought well over a thousand dollars to the high school library. J '7Lo.wA. by Mary Calledare g Desiree Eldridge, the film beauty, for- merely of Gloucester, is now appearing at the North Shore Theatre in the greatly publicized motion picture, "The Lighted Candle." Miss Eldridge is a graduate of Gloucester High School, in the Class of '44. Incidentally the picture in which she is starring was adapted from a novel written expressly for her by Gregory Randolph, formerly Ralph H. Lowe, Jr., a graduate of the same class. Miss Jessie Vieira, well-known author of children's books, was the guest speaker at a recent high school assembly. Miss Vieira, whose latest book, "Laurie," is being filmed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, spoke of some of the incidents and diffi- culties which took place on the set. Scheduled to appear at the Guild Theater is Gerald Silveira's greatly ac- claimed drama, "Era." The drama, which is in reality an experiment that is com- parable to the plays of the late Eugene 0'Neil, utilizes a chorus, ballet se uences, and a symphonic orchestra, as welll as the usual dramatic actors and actresses. In charge of the extravagant ballet sequences is Richard Hunte, who has become famous as the director of the Metropolitan 0pera's Corps de Ballet. Mr. Silveira will per- sonally direct the staging and lighting which is extremely difficult. MAYOR LAYS CORNER STONE OF NEW BUILDING GLOUCESTER, June 25, 1959. Mayor Robert Malone today laid the corner stone of the new 21st National Bank of Glouces- ter while crowds cheered him on and Miss Jean Holmes, first woman bank president in the country. spoke to the noisy throng of "The Importance of the Penny Bank in the Home." Mayor Malone was assisted in his task by Edwin McKay, who mixed the cement. Malone was first given a box of valuables to place in the corner stone and with due ceremony sealed the box for posterity. The seal, however, had to be broken as Mayor Malone had left his hat in the hollow of the corner stone. The ceremony was per- formed again with equal pomp only after Mr. McKay rushed to his hardware store for more cement. In the meantime Miss Holmes finished her speech but was neg- lected by the mayor in all the confusion and was pushed down into the crowd. Mayor Malone then began one of his nationally known speeches which lasted four and one-half hours. During the last hour light had to be supplied to the mayor so that he might finish reading his speech. Though little could be understood from the context of the speech, it is be- lieved he will offer himself as a candidate for the presidency in opposition to Roose- velt in the coming election. He has an- nounced that his slogan will bc "No Seventh Term." It was interesting to note the three people who stayed until Mayor Malone had completed his speech. One was Donald Greel, who fell asleep on a bench. The other two were Eleanor Karvellas and Phyllis Douglas, who sold pop corn. SCIENTIST SPEAKS TO 'ROTARY CLUB Dr. David J. Lane, eminent toxicologist was the main speaker at a meeting of the Rotary Club held last Monday. Dr. Lane recently returned from a sojourn in Brazil where he did research work on various jungle poisons. In reviewing his adventures in South America, Dr. Lane stated that he had brought back with him valuable information on poisons about which very little was previously known. He cited his research on Leimar, a very powerful drug that is very beneficial to people with heart diseases. Last month Dr. Lane was awarded the Steichen Medical Prize which will enable him to carry on even greater work in his field. Referring to the award, the well known doctor, stated that he in- tended to carry on his research and that he expected to leave for Africa very soon. 99 EDITOR Dear Sir : Would you kindly tell me who played the role of Leda in Paramount's motion picture. "Death in the Alley." I should appreciate her address, as I want her photograph. Ed: Send 810. in coin to Shirley Emerson care of Paramount Studios. Personal auto- graph, S5 extra. Dear Sir: I was extremely interested in your re- cent article upon "Reconstructionism." Has it accomplished anything as yet? Yours truly Mary Curley Ed: Write back in a thousand years. MAN SLOWLY APPROACHING INSANITY CLAIMS PSYCHIATRIST In a recent address to the Freudian So- ciety of New York, Dr. James R. Mellow. eminent psychiatrist, claimed that man is approaching virtual insanity due to the ever increasing complications and worries which are being forced upon him by a progressive world. "Insanity in the Middle Ages never reached the proportions that are known today," Dr. Mellow stated, "Man in those supposedly dark years never had to worry if the gas was turned off, if the garage door was locked, or if his supply of oil would last. As a result of this, the per cent of insanity was much smaller. With the world progressing at its present rate, the day is not too distant when man will be born insane into an insane world." Dr. Mellow advocated that definite steps should be taken to reduce the causes for nervous tension. I-Ie said that "decreasing wars and increasing va- cations would be definite aids." News from Abroad Word has been received from Ann Marshall who is traveling through Africa in an effort to induce the natives to immi- grate to West Gloucester and liven the place up. Despite repeated promises of free usage of the Grange'Hall, natives remain cold. Betty Brown reports that she has col- lected 14 dollars in pennies and 17 cents in stamps from the natives of the Fiji Islands in an effort to establish a Home for Gill-less Fish here in Gloucester. Ruth Hill writes from the Belgian Congo that she is making some progress in hor program for teaching the Hotten- tots to speak Basic English. Excellent reports have come from Jac- queline Darcy who is studying the eating habits of the Iceland Eskimos. We think its a lot of blubber. Ruth Miliner, on behalf of the Ketchum and Skinnum Fur Company, is selling mink coats to the Arabs. Great relief was expressed when word was received here that Polly Doucette, world's fastest stenographer, was safe. lt was previously stated that she had been kidnapped by Chinese Bandits. It is believed that Captain Bill Edson's recent crack-up in one of the Philippine Islands was caused by a saronged native girl sitting on the beach. Edson claims it was motor disturbances. In any event he is obliged to remain on the island until repairs can be made. f Q ,Lf life? " A 915: ji' .. FET: i' QE,?fA'4-" 1944 ADVERTISING AND OFFICE STAFF lieiitlilgiigyg Elizabeth Brown ggilfrgen Kathleen Wentzell Advertising. 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' STANLEY WOOD 201 Main Street Gloucester Phone 1400 Fruit - Candy - Ice Lream - Groceries lfomplimenfs of Compliments of MARINE RAILWAYS STRAND DYE HOUSE Louis Kramer All Kinds ofSh1'p Work Promplly Attended To GLOUCESTER, MASS. Complfmvnls of W'EST END TAXI Telephone 3200 Ill PRESSON ICE CREAM COMPANY 87 RUGERS STREET THE HOME OF GOOD ICE CREAM Complinufnts of BABSON-ELWELL, INC. INSURANCE Safe Deposit 81 Trust Co. Bldg. Gloucester, Mass. Tel. I 561 0,CONNELL,S VARIETY STORE Fountain' Service 89 Washinghmn Street Gloucester, Mass. Cmnplinwnts of THE HUB CLUTHING STORE 195 Main Street Gloucester SANDLER'S ,IEWELERS I 136 Main Street Gloucester C0mp1inu'nIs of F REDRICKSON 'S BARBER 8: BEAUTY SHOP Gloucester National Bank Building DOUGLASS PHARMACY ALLERTON DOUGLASS Registered Pharmacist Telephone 3330 Gloucester Main Street Gloucester, Mass L. B. NAUSS 81 SONS, INC. LUMBER, LIME, CEMENT, BUILDING SUPPLIES TELEPHONES I95 - 196 - 197 RAILROAD AVENUE GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS

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