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9 School openingkAssembly and distribu-
tion of schedules.
19 Organization meeting of oHicers of M. H.
S. S. .
25 Nomination blanks for class oilicers
First Music Class for Seniors,
27 First Social held.
30 Clinic for children in Auditorium in the
First meeting of Junior Science Club.
1 Class Elections-Seniors and Sopho-
2 Class Elections-Juniors and Freshmen.
Organization meeting of Dante Club.
5 First Football game-Clinton 26-Mil-
7 Second Clinic for children in Audi-
8 First Failure Warnings.
9 Regular annual meeting of M, H. S. S. A.
10 First Fire Drill-Building cleared in 1
minute and 57 seconds. Fire Chief and
firemen present to supervise drill.
12 Milford 12-Marlboro 6.
14 Third Clinic for children in Auditorium.
16 Registration day for Selective Service of
all men from 21 to 35 years of age in-
clusive. Teachers acted as registrars.
17 First Senior Music Class of Boys.
19 Norwood 13-Milford 0.
21 Last of the Clinics for children in Audi-
Meeting of the Junior Science Club.
23 Examinations start. From the 23th to
the 30th inclusive.
24 Aloha Baker-Adventure Talk-All
classes present at assembly,
25 Junior Ring Committee meets for the
26 Natick 19-Milford 0.
31 First Senior Girls' Music Class.
1 First Holiday-Teachers' Convention in
Hudson 7-Milford 0.
4 Assembly of Seniors-Class Pictures
8 Armistice Day Exercises.
First Term Report Cards.
11 Vacation-Armistice Day.
Band takes part in Armistice Day Ex-
ercises in town.
Special train to Framingham for Foot-
ball game. Over 800 students attend.
Band accompanied students on train and
played at game, Milford defeated.
Mr. William Reardon from Registrar's
Oflice talked and showed pictures on
Maynard 7-Milford O.
Junior Science Club visits Grouse Com-
pany factory at North Attleboro.
Organization meeting of Commercial
W. P. A. Orchestra gives concert in
Auditorium. The whole student body
Thanksgiving DayfNo school until Mon-
Literary Club organizes-Treasurers for
Senior Rooms selected. Miss Martha
Molinari again in charge.
Mr. Metcalf's Junior Science Club
Christmas Party a great success. fln-
cluding the Mistletoe.J
Miss Eva Burns' Commercial Club
Christmas Party held in Auditorium.
Freshmen Science Club, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Benjamin Consoletti, held its
annual Christmas Party in Auditorium.
No school today out of respect to
Captain James Rooney who was killed in
an automobile accident.
Dante Club Christmas Party put on by
Mr. James V. Zurlo.
Basketball season starts. Milford 34-
Student Association sponsors annual
Christmas Vacation starts.
New Year's Party.
School sessions reopened.
Miss Margaret Rooney resigns from
Commercial Teacher's position to be-
come Mrs. Logan.
Mischa Tulin here with his electric
Milford 20-Upton 18.
Senior Meeting in A-3-Talked on
Photography and Swift Essays.
Miss Rose Farese elected to the position
vacated by Miss Rooney.
Milford 48-Dedham 26.
Second Term Report Cards.
Mary Fulton Carr-State Department
of Health-Talked on "Personality,"
fWe all thought it was an apt subject
for her to talk on, huh, "Boys!" Re-
Mr. Morin, Class Photographer, starts
on the individual pictures.
Milford 34-Marlboro 25.
Mr. Robert Cenedella appointed as Act-
ing Principal of the Stacy School in the
absence of Mr. David Davoren, who left
with Co. I.
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Mr. Gerard Sweeney appointed to fill
Mr. Cenedella's place.
20 Commercial Club meeting.
21 Saint Mary's wins in the basketball
game with Milford 69-46.
23 Milford 56-Holliston 37,
24 Milford 63-Walpole 40.
Girls played Northbridge High this af-
27 Norwood 36-Milford 33.
28 Milford 53-Hopkinton 15.
31 Preside-nt's Ball tonight at Town Hall.
31 Milford 35-Dedham 32.
4 Alexandria Satkiewicz chosen to repre-
sent Milford High School in D. A. R.
Good Citizen Pilgrimage.
Milford -Norwood 40.
5 Milford 44-Walpole 22.
7 Milford 32-Framingham 15,
10 Milford 58-Natick 43.
13 Milford 53-Holliston 32.
14 Milford High School presents "Milford
High School Showboatf'
Commercial Club Meetin
18 Milford 40-Natick 42.
19 Milford 42-Framingham 41. fThis Win
over Framingham gives Milford High
the Bay State Basketball Championshipj
20 First Meeting of Junior Dance Commit-
21 First Meeting of O. L. I. complete com-
Oratorical Contests trials to be held
24 Vacation week.
Athletes run dance to get money for
25 Henry McCarthy from M. I. T. invites
M. H. S. Basketball team to M. I, T.
3 Return to school today.
Election day in Milfordl
4 Harry Ohanian, Class of 1940, killed in
automobile accident at Providence,
Mr. Reardon from State Teachers' Col-
ledge, Worcester, talks to Seniors.
5 M. I. T. Basketball Tournament. Mil-
ford 37-Lexington 34.
Milford 37-Bellingham 34.
Braintree defeats Milford High at Tech
10 O. L. I. Meeting at 2.15 P, M.
Dante Club Moving Picture 8: Truth or
13 St. Mary's 30-Milford 29.
14 Commercial Club Meeting.
18 Envoy Shepard of the Salvation Army
addresses entire student body. Spoke
on "Youth and Crime."
24 Elks' Essays due today.
3 Mr. Schlagenhauf from Northeastern
University talked to Senior boys.
10 Fourth Period Exam. Holy Thursday.
Good Friday-No school.
Through 18-Exam days.
A number of Senior Girls visit Burdett's
in Boston with Miss Grace Loring, rep-
resentative for the college.
Basketball banquet to boys at Guest
House. Trophies, sweaters, charms,
basketball squad pictures awarded.
Class Honors Announced. Alexandria
Satkiewicz named Valedictorian.
Milford High School Baseball Club or-
First Baseball game-Milford 8-Marl-
Dedham 15-Milford 2.
Arlene Reynolds declared winner of
Elks' Essay Contest.
John E. Swift Oratorical finals. Alfred
Cassinelli announced as winner. Award
given at graduation.
Milford 8HClinton 4.
First Baseball Club Social.
Professor A. Roy Thompson from Bos-
ton University talks to Seniors.
Junior Prom, one of the biggest success-
es held this year.
Milford 7-Framingham 3.
Milford 5-Natick 2.
Class meeting-Graduation details dis-
cussed-dresses, flowers, boys' suits, etc,
Election on "Who's Who."
Milford 5-Maynard 4.
Typewriting demonstration by Grace
Phelan, World Champion Amateur
Norwood 4-Milford 7.
Junior Science Club Exhibit held this
evening from 6.30 to 9.00.
Testimonial tendered Mr. A. O. Caswell,
Superintendent of the Milford public
school system, upon his retirement. Mr.
Caswell has been Superintendent since
Junior Science Club May Party.
Mrs. Carberry shows pictures for Com-
mercial Students in C-2.
Salter Secretarial School in Worcester.
M. H. S. Orchestra and Band presented
its ninth annual Concert.
Memorial Day Exercises.
St. Mary's-Milford High Baseball game.
Oak, Lily, and Ivy Committee sponsors
a dance for the purpose of buying pins
for the Committee.
Junior Reception to Seniors.
Excursion for Seniors-Social in the
Auditorium on returning.
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