Nashua High School - Tusitala Yearbook (Nashau, NH)

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A , 8 ve, 3 U 3 fum . , , M 1, , .xialr ,A . . .5 J, ,. 0 'f w. 2 ,. -r 1? , . am, 4 r- MISS DOROTHY DALE MR. EDMUND KEEFE 32 -. S -.. . - -uf ' v F Dedication To Miss 'DOROTHY DALE and Mn. BDMUND KEEFE' 1 We ,dedicate this Tusirala to our Senior Counselors as a symbol of our gratitude for gheir continual' assistance guiding us in our past and future purlfuirs. ' 3 1 ,, 5- J , ka A - ,. , . , 5 Wi QR fi Mlry Binqhlm Myriio Brook: Eugene au.-nmmx ' A I - L. Dons s, sums Yvonne Bemuain , I wx, .p , ,e , I WY Gencvfeve P, campuses Grace E, Cwwhw 1 Q ikilfffu , A 'fn' 1 ffm? LP 1 X I f 0 me Si 'f -rf il. H Herbert W. Ginfxeld if ,ft Bessie C Iancy Si K Hum Com-y I w I: L, if , K 'i ': E': fV i ' A W Y, ' W' f 'if' Q . ' 5 suubeu- F comm Mmzvff Cm Walter SA Nwmlh mmm c. cfm-ef Y mum Dum M fi as , L1 ' ' V 1 V s i- ', 1- f ' ' . P ' ' , F I 'I 4 . K , . 2.4 Isabelle n-mme Yrmrm me Cheney 5. Lawrence Lofelw DMM wwlr- A Dc-fm A, ,.,.,. M.,T..,...,.,, Y 5.1 gi.-.Y R ' ' ' - fii iw f W K X. 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Q H M' ' if n wiht:-nm , V warmer whim guepnlne wlmqm Elmer wu-eq ' cnmu Harvey Ru! l FA CU LTY Class Officers ROBERT CLAIRE LILLIAN GEORGE HAZEN BISSONNETTE RAPSIS PAPPADEMAS SENIOR YEAR President Vice-President Robert Hazen Claire Bissonnette Business Manager Secretary George Pappademas Lillian Rapsis A-N?-1--1-gvvj Yi sl al slis A lf , ROMEO MARY ELIZABETH RENA NICHOLAS SINKERVITCH BARKER OLSON Roms JUNIOR YEAR President Vice-President Romeo Sinkervitch Mary Elizabeth Barker Business Manager Secretary Nicholas Rodis Rena Olson ,. vu A ., ,,.r, r ir ' fw"- ' FQ' aww 'I Tusitala Staff WILLIAM MOLLER Angelo Anagnost Virginia Augunas Ernest Barry Raymond Biathrow Claire Bissonette Lucille Bonnette Albert Britton Virginia Dowd Edward Garneau MARY ELIZABETH PAULINE ASHE CORMIER Editor-in-Chief Mary Elizabeth Ashe Associate Editors William Moller, Pauline Cormier, Chin Assistant Editors Frank Hall Robert Hazen Stella Holak Arthur Lessard Alice K. Moran George Pappademas Irving Pastor Helen Pipilas Lillian Rapsis Philip Reilly Ngoon CHIN NGOON Esther Rock Nicholas Rodis Lois Shepard Priscilla Stevens GeraldTremblay James Walker Elizabeth Ward Harold Watson Rira Zibolis Poem Class of 1941 Elaine Colburn Afhlffffs Dramatics Ernest Rangazas, Albert Britton Stella Hglak Prophets Nicholas Rodis Ernest Barry Virginia Dowd Elaine Colburn Illustrators Arthur Lessard Frank Stawasz Leo Phaneuf Advisers Mr. Canheld Senior English Teachers Miss Walstrom l I ,f HEADMASTER WALTER S. NESMITH swf Q 11 i1 f CLASS Xf- mmwfll DOEIVI ' 1 Y 1 4 Ml ll xr , 1, 1 if - ag, 1 till, V!! 2' X ' 1 1 , f 'f 4 - ' Illllill are 'Ah' u fi ",!,, 1' ' f 1 1 4 : , I I Q I X l "W ' '1 'l1 f 1mQf9rk1lW,'f2A JEJWM1'-4?Pl1lNW1f1'xbX X We stand on the threshold of the world Looking out, And seeing not our fate, but just infinity, What lies beyond us veiled in heavy mists Which naught but force of time can clear away We shall step forth into this broad expanse Which stretches out in cold, impassnve folds, Ready to enfold us in its harsh embrace, And sweep us on and up to heights of fame, Or hurl us down to depths of sad disgrace. Without the careful guidance of protectors Who led our faltering steps upon safe ground, We now must reap the harvest of our toil, For we have reached a milestone in our lives, And now must breast alone this great turmoil. We join the force forever plodding upward. Against the tempting evils driving downward, Striving ever toward our lofty aims, Until irenic light replaces darkness. And only buoyant spirits do remain. ELAINE MARIE COLBURN 1941 :f N' '- 'vhrr . ..- --'Q-.ya -: --F :arf ' ix 272 '-'I--ag Q iff-4-f,'t,-1 'K f 1. .,,' P ' A ' 5 aff-Qty'732-,f"4,Tf?af.4?55?Q3'fy fra M71 f f:rfW'2Ze-- X A l T' " 5-f-"W :J A .-, wf ffrof -" ' -- vc ' . 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Popular Girl Popular Boy Apt to Succeed Brilliant Ambitious Eloquent Prettiest Girl Handsomest Boy Most Bashful Girl Most Bashful Boy Best Boy Athlete Best Girl Athlete Best Girl Dancer Best Boy Dancer Class Man Hater Class Woman Hater Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy Class Wit Class Actor Class Actress Class Singer Best Natured Class Sheik Book Worm Most Reliable Neatest Class Class Most Class Class Class Class Politician Musician Dignined Optimist Pessimist Juliet Romeo ri' 1 Virginia Dowd James Tennant Douglass Esten Douglass Esten Anita Patil James Tennant Barbara Clapp Raymond McAdoo Lucille Bazinet Vernon Bordeau Nick Rodis Norma Waters Nellie Misiaszek Albert Britton Vera Marshall John Kissell Alma Martin Roger Roussel Donald Holbrook James Tennant Eleanor Davis Clairelouise Corriveau Lois Shepard Roger Roussel Douglass Esten Virginia Dowd Kathryn McCaugney George Terrien Raymond Trimble Carol Babbitt Donald Holbrook John Bowen Althea Hawkins Robert Randall CLASS a C 7 S E f-f ,Q ,-',.- if 2 Claire Bissonetle Nick Rodis Anita Paul Anita Paul Elaine Colburn George Terrien Lucille Ravenelle Clifford Martin Norma Waters Robert Hazen Henry McCu1claeon Eileen Clifford Glenna Cantara Arthur Devlin Alma Fluke Nick Rodis Arlene Porter Raymond Avard John Bowen William Moller Rita Zibolis Roger Roussel Alma Fluke John Shimkonis Carol Babbitt Mary Elizabeth Ashe Roger Roussel George Pappademas Roger Chamard Glenna Cantara George Terrien Clifford Martin Jane Johnson Raymond McAdoo 3 Betty Barker Robert Halen James Tennant Kathryn McCaugney George Terrien Douglass Esten Norma Miller John Kissell Vera Marshall Roy Littlefield Edward Garneau Shirley Johnson Claire Beaudin Edward Garncau Gwendolyn Goddard Vernon Bordeau Norma Miller Irving Pastor William Moller John Bowen Geraldine Harrigan Margaret Sullivan Pauline April Myron Sharpe Lucien Pinet Robert Hazen Beatrice Herold John Bowen Pauline April Denise Moriarity Lois Shepard Norma Brisson Betty Winn Frank Stawasz WILLIAM ACKLEY "COW" "He loves to laugh: he loves all fun Especially when schools begun." Hobby: To be listless. Bequest: More chaise longues for classrooms. Immediate Plans: To obtain work, Ambition: To establish a "Pantisocracy." Upper Quarter. JOSEPH S. AKSILOWICZ "JOE" "Not a word spake he more than was need. Hobby: Airplanes Bequest: A robot to pick up the attendance slips beginning of every period Immediate Plans: School Ambition: To be a flyer ANGELO ANAGNOST "VANGAL" "Happy am 1: from care I'm free. Vlhy aren't they all contented like me?" Hobby: Sleeping Bequest: Going to school once a week Immediate Plans: Graduate from high school Ambition: To become a wealthy soda jerker Assistant Editor, Tusitala Staff. PEARL E. ANCTIL "PEARLIE" "Her willing hand was always near." Hobby: Reading Bequest: Glee club three times a week Immediate Plans: Travel Ambition: Lawyer Glee Club II, III: Economics Club III: Press Cl Publicity Committee, Senior Play. CLAYTON ANDERSON "CLAY" "Not much talk, a great silence." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A genius in English to satisfy Miss Dowd Immediate Plans: Further education Ambition: Soldier of Fortune an Ll at the b III: PA ULINE M. APRIL "APRIL" "Always full of fun and pep Just a pal you can't forget." Hobby: Singing and playing piano Bequest: Best glee club We ever had Immediate Plans: Ofhce work Ambition: Become a glee club and orchestra leader Glce Club II, III: Home Economics Club II, III: Christmas Assembly I, II, III: Orchestra I: Music Iiesti- val III. RICHARD G. ARNOLD "DICK" "He laughs cmd fools the whole day long, And life for him is but a song." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Radiator silencer Immediate Plans: Whipple's Academy Ambition: Join Navy Band I, II, III. MARY ELIZABETH ASHE "MAE BETH" "Good-natured, ues, and sludious looi She is one ol the favored few!" Hobby: Skiing Bequest: Ten more mirrors for girls' room. Immediate Plans: University of Vermont Ambition: Medical-secretary French Club II: Press Club III: Ski Club III: Usher Committee. Senior Play: Reporter I. Assistant Book Edi- tor II, School Notes Editor III, Tattler Staff: Editor-in- Chief of Tusitala: Dramatics Club III: Christmas Assem- bly I: Usher Olee Club Concert III: Upper Quarter. GERMAINE I. ASSELIN "GERM" "An amiable girl. and one of good qur1I1'l1'es." Hobby: Knitting, eating. outdoor sports. Bequest: '55 little rooms for Mr. White's history class Immediate Plans: Junior typist Ambition: A good housewife. History Club III: French Club II: Home Economics Club II, III, THOMAS JOHN ATHANASION "TOM ATHAS" "Big - but oh, how mischievous." Hobby: Aviation Bequest: Bigger art room for Miss Walstrom Immediate Plans: Theological school Ambition: Start own swing band Intramural Pyramids I, II: Tumbling Team I, II: Art Club I, II, III. VIRGINIA CAROLYN AUGUNAS "VIGC1IE" "Her friends there are many: Her foes-there are none," Hobby: Writing poetry Bequest: Television radio Immediate Plans: Office work Ambition: Aviatrix Basketball, Intramural I, II, III: Softball III: Volley Ball I, II, III: Tumbling Team III: Glee Club I. II: Dra- matics Club III: Press Club III: Usher, Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I, II: Assistant Editor, Tusilala Staff: Upper Quarter. RAYMOND AVARD "RAY" "What care I for triHes?" Hobby: Golf Bequest: Congratulations for basketball team Immediate Plans: Work hard. go to school Ambition: Owner of a clothing store Football. Intramural I: Basketball, Intramural I: Base- ball. Intramural I. CAROL BABBITT "CAY" "A sweet little. neat lillle, petite little miss." Hobby: Horseback riding Bequest: Longer lunch hour Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Laboratory technician Ifrench Club I: Dramatics Club I, III: Press Club III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I: Orchestra I: Sopho- more Literary Ijditor, Tattler Staff: Upper Quartet. CLAIRE LORRAINE BAKER "TINY" "Shes hright in her studies and she's a good sport: In short, sheis a girl of just the right sort," I-lobby: Skiing Bequest: A million fountain pens for students Immediate Plans: Stenography course at college Ambition: Court stenographer Softball I. III: Volley Bail I, III: History Club III? French Club II: Vice-President, Debating Club II, III: Dramatics Club I, II, III: Press Club III: Ski Club III! Ticket Committee, Senior Play: Tattler Stalf Reporter I: Upper Quarter. SOPI-IIE BANKOWSKI "BLONDIE" "She is quiet-she is shy But when- you know her--Oh my! U Hobby: Walking Bequest: Bigger variety of sandwiches Immediate Plans: Oflice work Ambition: Nurse Football, Intramural I, II,' III: Basketball, Intramural I, II, III. MARY ELIZABETH BARKER "BETTY" i'She is pretty Io walk with, I lVt'Hy to talk with. and pleasant to lhmk on," Hobby: Dancing . Bequest: Cushions for assembly chairs Immediate Plans: Enter Skidmore College Ambition: To be a nurse Basketball. Intramural I: Volley Ball I: Cheer Leader III: French Club II: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club Ill: Vice-President Junior Class: Senior Play III: Upper Quarter. ERNEST J. BARRY "ERNIE" "flood-nt11L1rt'tl. cies. and sttzcliotts, too, xvlilh tl head full of brains and I1 heart full of truth." Hobby: Sports tBasketball5 Bequest: I-lot water in the physics lab. Immediate Plans: Take a post-graduate course in several languages Ambition: To visit Little America Basketball, Intramural II, III: Volley Ball II. III: Economics Club: Press Club: Christmas Assembly I: Assistant Editor, Tusilala Staff: Upper Quarter: Prophet. ELLEN LUCILLE BAZINET ULU.. "ll is the tranquil people who accomplish most." Hobby: Skating, swimming Bequest: A noiseless Ventilating system for Room II7 Immediate Plans: Secretarial college Ambition: Secretary Ctlec Club I. II: Christmas Assembly II. ROGER BEAUCHER HBUTCI-I" , "Our most important are our earliest years." Hobby: Figure skating Bequest: Ciood football games Immediate Plans: Take a long rest Ambition: To be in the Ice Follies CLAIRE BEAUDIN "On with the dance! Let toy be unconhnedf' Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Opportunity to dance at recess Immediate Plans: Marriage Ambition: Become a good housewife Basketball. Varsity III: Tumbling and Apparatus III: Volley Ball III: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club III. giver I I DOROTHY ANN BEAUDRY "DOT" "She talks little and listens much." Hobby: Corresponding Bequest: Waiters for the cafeteria Immediate Plans: Sales woman Ambition: Telephone operator Home Economics I, II, III. NORMAN R. BEAULIEU "BUTCH" "lVhy take life seriously? You will never get out of it alive," Hobby: Eating Bequest: A walking encyclopedia Immediate Plans: To become a night watchman in a mattress factory Ambition: To retire Football. Varsity II: Assistant Manager Track II: Soft ball I, II: Volley Ball I, II: Economics Club III. WINIPRED BEAUREGARD "WINNIE" "With a young and gay heart." Hobby: Collecting wooden dogs Bequest: New government books for the history classes Immediate Plans: Attend .1 business school Ambition: Air hostess History Club III. ARTHUR A. BECHARD "ART" "He that goes softly yous surely." Hobby: Airplanes Bequest: Magazine rack for Mr. White Immediate Plans: Find a job in a machine shop Ambition: Work in an airplane shop Football. Intramural I: Basketball. Intramural I: Soft ball I: Volley Ball I. BARBARA CECILIA BERNARD "KID" BERNARD "And if thou tuoulclst be happy, learn to please." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: A swimming pool Immediate Plans: Attend Hairdressing School Ambition: Hairdresser Basketball I: Tumbling Team I. PAULINE D. BERUBE "RED" "Catch that glint of mischief in her eye? Thu! means there's something doing by and bg." Hobby: Sports Bequest: 35 rooms for Mr. White Immediate Plans: Telephone operator Ambition: Aviatrix Basketball, Intramural III: Softball III: Volley Ball I, II, III: History Club III: Gym Festival I, II, III: Library Club I, Home Economics Club I, III. RAYMOND E. BIATHROW "RAY" "All the world's u stage." Hobby: Roller skating Bequest: Automatic elevators Immediate Plans: Attend Nashua Business College Ambition: Chemical engineer Basketball. Intramural I, II: Tumbling Team I: A. A. Show II: Band I: Assistant Editor, Tusitala Staff: A. A. Show, Ticket Committee II. HOWARD LESLIE BICKFORD "BICK" "A little nonsense now and then ls relished by the best of men." Hobby: Hockey Bequest: Money for new band uniforms Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Hotel manager Golf I, II, III: Band I. II. III: Orchestra I. HENRY F. BILODEAU "POP" "You hear that boy laughing?" Hobby: Gas models Bequest: Open air study hall Immediate Plans: Work in shoe shop Ambition: Pattern maker Cheer Leader II, III: Ski Club III. 'I'HEI.lVlA I.. BIRCHALL "THEL" "True as steel and line as gold." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Automatic victrola for Mr. Sharpe to tell his classes to be quiet. Immediate Plans: Attend the Wilfred Beauty Academy Ambition: Beautician Economics Club III: Home Economics Club II. CLAIRE C. BISSONNETTE MBUZZIEU: "BIZZIE" "Shes always peppu. never blue: Shes popular, pretty. jolly. and true." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Another class as good as '-ll Immediate Plans: Training for nurse Ambition: Technician or stewardess Dramatics Club III: Press Club: Ski Club III: Home Economics II: Vice-President. Senior Class: Co-Chairman of Property Committee, Senior Plav: Tattler Reporter I': Assistant Editor, Tusitala Staff: Usher, 1940 Graduation: Glee Club Concert III: Co-Chairman, Senior Dances: Red Cross: Upper Quarter: May Festival I. PAUL MAURICE BLEAU "POLLY" "A quiet boy when not otherwise." Hobby: Collecting airplane pictures Bequest: Longer lunch period Immediate Plans: Attend art school Ambition: To travel Art Club I, II, III. HELEN CAROL BOGDZVICH "BLONDIE" "A girl who can work. a qirl who can play, A girl who's a true friend every day." Hobby: Skating, tennis Bequest: Free lunches and longer lunch periods Immediate Plans: A rest Ambition: Marriage Volley Ball I: History Club III: Home Economics Club III: Lunch Counter III. ELIZABETH BOGGIS "BETTY" "Her modest ways and uraceful air Shows her wise and good as she is fair." Hobby: Outdoor sports Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: To take a vacation Ambition: Secretary EDWARD J. BOGGIS "lf laughter is contagious. Just stand and catch his grin." Hobby: Art Bequest: New teachers Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: Guide Wrestling I, II, III: Tumbling II: A. A. Show II. NORMA KAY BONETT "NORM" "A smiling look she has, a Hgure slight, With cheerful air, and step both quick and light." Hobby: Collecting snapshots Bequest: More holidays Immediate Plans: Telephone operator Ambition: Hairdresser Softball I, II: Volley Ball II. LUCILLE O. BONNETTE "BONNIE" "ll's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Hobby: Collecting photographs Bequest: Easy chairs for the study rooms Immediate Plans: Attend a home economics college Ambition: Become a dietitian History Club III: Ticket Committee, Senior Play: Tat- ller Reporter III: Tusitala Staff, Assistant Editor: Home Economics Club I, II, III. RITA BONNETTE "RITZ" "Qaietness and sweetness are priceless characteristics." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Chairs for cafeteria Immediate Plans: Ofhce work Ambition: Bc a beautiful stenographer ANTONIA BORAK "TESSIE" V "Life has lots more joy than sorrow, and the sky more blue than gray." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Chairs for lunch room Immediate Plans: A short vacation Ambition: Train to be a nurse Baseball I: Drill Team I: Glee Club II: Usher Com- mittee III, Senior Play: Christmas Assembly II: May Ifestival I, II, VERNON BORDEAU "CHEMIST" "Least said is soonest mended." Hobby: Chemistry Bequest: Chairs for lunch period Immediate Plans: Study chemistry Ambition: Become a chemist 4 RACHEL CAMILLE BOSSE "RAE" "For all her quietness, her mind was busy." Hobby: Walking Bequest: Better economics books Immediate Plans: Nashua Business College Ambition: Clerk, Civil Service typist Economics Club III. LIONEL BOSSIE "BOSSY" "Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, And so do I!" Hobby: Flirting Bequest: A contract with Beechnut Company Immediate Plans: Settle down Ambition: To get up in the world Football I. CECILE H. BOUCHER "SIS" "She that was ever fair and never proud, Had tongue at will and ye! was never loud." Hobby: Corresponding Bequest: Elevators on every floor Immediate Plans: Train to become nurse Ambition: Air stewardess Home Economics Club II. WILFRED BOURGAULT "WILLIE" "lVIy serious moments are few." Hobby: Fishing Bequest: A set of rubber tools for Mr. Martin Immediate Plans: To see the world Ambitionzr To be a big business man Football, Intramural I: Volley Ball I, JOHN RICHARD BOWEN "BLIIVIP" "Where there's fun he's always in it, Never still for half a minute." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Swing program for Va hour every day Immediate Plans: Sleep Ambition: Radio announcer Debating Club I, II: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club I, II. III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I: To Beal To Bed Said Sleepy Head. ROBERT S. BRENNER "BOB" "Sober but not serious, Quiet but not idle." Hobby: Collecting pictures, statistics on movies Bequest: More English teachers like the one I had Immediate Plans: Business school Ambition: To be an executive Economics Club III. ROBERT A. BREWER "PROFESSOR" "Free and easy" Hobby: Hunting. fishing Bequest: A few interesting books for English Immediate Plans: Join Marines Ambition: See the world ilialllt-r Reporter Ig Upper Quarter. NORMA BRICKLEY UNORIVIIEH "She still tis in her youthful happy days." Hobby: Collecting photographs Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Ciood vacation Ambition: Nurse Home Economics Club I, II, III. NORMA E. BRISSON "NORM" "It was roses, roses all the way," Hobby: Roller skating Bequest: A new heating system Immediate Plans: A long vacation Ambition: To be a nurse Home Economies Club I, II, III. ALBERT J. BRITTON "BOY" "A name we shall never forget." Hobby: Playing basketball Bequest: Quiet heating system Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Basketball coach Ifootball. Intramural I: Basketball, Varsity I. II, All State III: Softball I. II: Drill Team I, II: Tattler Re- porter I: Assistant Editor Tusilalu Staff. NEAL W. BUCHANAN "Silent performance maketh best return." Hobby: Making jig saw puzzles Bequest: Abolishment of "Es" Immediate Plans: Retire Ambition: To Travel Upper Quarter. LINDOL M. BUNKER "BUDDY" "Begin with douhtsg end with certczintiesf' Hobby: Art, music. dancing Bequest: A larger art room for Miss Walstrom Immediate Plans: W. P. A. Ambition: Music instructor Glee Club I, II, III: Art I, II, III: Music Festival. NATALIE LOUISE BURNHAM UNAT., "The sweet expression of that face." Hobby: Reading Bequest: Couches Immediate Plans: Simmons. Deaconess Hospital Ambition: Social worker Glee Club III: Press Club III: Christmas Assembly III Upper Quarter. OLIVE BURNS "BURNSEY" "Wx'th her, merriment is contagious Hobby: Reading Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Business work Ambition: Secretary Lunch Counter III: Junior Red Cross: Upper Quarter ARLINE CAMPBELL ' "SIS" "Your sweet obligingness could supplement all hate." Hobby: Sports ' Bequest: An increase in assemblies Immediate Plans: Going to business college Ambition: Stenographer Economics Club III: Lunch Counter III. I tx It t Y. V ', I DOROTHY MAE CANTARA "DOT" "She was u girl to see, not to hear." Hobby: Reading and dancing Bequest: My excellent marks in History Immediate Plans: liind a position in an ofbce Ambition: Ofbce work Softball Ig Volley Ball I. GIISNNA l.UCIl.I.E CANTARA "She dttnfes like ll merry Sprite." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Sense of humor Immediate Plans: lfurtber education Ambition: An interesting position Tumbling and Apparatus I, Il, III: Tumbling Team I. Il. III: Drill Team I: Economics Club III: A. A, Show I, ll: Music lfestival Ig Basketball Publicity Manager I. IiRl2lDA CARAS 'i'I'rue us the dial to the sim." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Interior decorator Ifrencb Club I: Glee Club I, II: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club ll. III: Christmas Assembly I. II: Music Iiestival I. 4 WIl.l.IAM A. CASTONGUAY "BILL" "To those who know thee not, no words can paint: And those who know thee. know ull words are faint." Hobby: Radio amateur. piano playing ' Bequest: Noiseless ventilators Immediate Plans: Go to work Ambition: Become a first-class radio man Senior Play Stage Committee: Switchboard III. ROGER CI-IAMARD "SKY" "Love is so different with us men." Hobby: Music Bequest: New uniforms for school band Immediate Plans: Attend University of New Hampshire Ambition: Veterinarian Varsity Track Team I: Senior Play: Band I, II, Ill: Orchestra I, II, III: Music Ifestival I, II. III. DOIIARD CHARRON HBRAINSTORIVIH "I feel so tfounq. so strong. so sure Hobby: Sports Bequest: Iiscalators Immediate Plans: Steady employment Ambition: United States Navy Basketball. Intramural I. II. VRANCIES G. CHIMIKLIS MCI-IIlVIlVIY" "Her look wus like tl qutl tfnilwrttte' Hobby: Tennis Bequest: More assemblies Immediate Plans: Junior college Ambition: Nurse Dramatics Club III: Usher Committee. Senior Play: Home Economics Club II. ANGPIO CHOURAIVIANIS "CHOO" "ln dt1rkm's.s and in storm he fotmtl clelttflvlf' Hobby: Singing Bequest: A guard to keep Mr. Sharpes 5th period stu- dents quiet Immediate Plans: Attend a forestry school Ambition: Become a success in my profession I7ootball, Intramural I. II: Basketball. Intramural I. II: Baseball, Intramural I. II: Softball I. III: Volley Ball I. II: Drill Team I. II: History Club III: Economies Club III: A. A. Show III. liVIiI.YN CHRISTII2 "LYNN" "Thu bright gold t'lIItlI'lIt'l of her Xlfl'tll77l-l7ll htuirf Hobby: Sports Bequest: Class as cooperative as '-ll Immediate Plans: Ijnjoy vacation Ambition: To travel Press Club III: Rifle Club I: May Ifestiyal I. ll, III: Red Cross III, BARBARA MARY CLAPP "BARB" iight' moves u t1ocltlt'.s.s tmti she looks tl tween." . Hobby: All sports ' :' Bequest: A bottle of germicide to unsmell the third floor Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Be an old maid Economics Club III: Press Club III: Chorus I, II: Music Ifestival I: Gym Festival I: Upper Quarter. I3REDERICK CI.ARK "EREDDIE" "There are few such swutns as he." Hobby: To attach novelty horns to cars Bequest: "If's" in English Immediate Plans: Restaurant work Ambition: To manage a restaurant NORMAN EDGAR CLARK "NORMIE" "Why care for arammur as long us we are good? Hobby: Baseball Bequest: A few beautiful girls Immediate Plans: Attend Nashua Business College Ambition: Postal clerk Senior Play Property Committee. ROBERT WILBUR CLARK - "CLARKY" "A man without an echo." Hobby: Airplane models Bequest: Time I spent in school Immediate Plans: Enter a machine shop Ambition: Machinist SIDNEY CLARKSON "SID" "l.1'fe's hesr joy eonststs in peace und ease." Hobby: Aviation Bequest: Everything I haven't got Ambition: To fly Immediate Plans: Learn to be an airplane mechanic Band I, II. LEON E. CLEMENT "CLElVllVIY" "I like a parliamentary debate." Hobby: Sports in general Bequest: New additions to the faculty Immediate Plans: To be a millionaire Ambition: To outwit "Superman" Football, Intramural I. II: Basketball, Intramural I III: Softball I: Volley Ball I, II. MARY EILEEN CLIFFORD "IRISH" "SuJeet'ner of life, and solder of society." Hobby: Fencing Bequest: An odorless chemistry lab. Immediate Plans: To go to New Hampshire University Ambition: Be an interpreter Basketball. Intramural I, II. Captain III: Tumbling and Apparatus II, III: Softball I: Volley Ball I, II, III: French Club II: Dramatics Club III: Senior Play: May Gym Festival I, II: Upper Quarter. CATHERINE ANN CODY "KATIE" HIJKJIITEUQSS costs nothing and gains everything." Hobby: Reading Bequest: Chairs in cafeteria Immediate Plans: Take a post-graduate course Ambition: Laboratory technician Glee Club III. ELAINE MARIE COLBURN "YUM YUM" "A mighty hunter, and her preu was work." Hobby: Outdoor sports Bequest: Individual, soundproof booths for 207 study hall Immediate Plans: Enter nurses' training school Ambition: To contribute something of importance to the literary world French Club I. II: Debating Club III: Dramatics Club I, II, III: Press Club III: Christmas Assembly I: Second Prize Tuttler Story Contest: Upper Quarter: Prophetess. LUCILLE MARIE COLEMAN "LOU" "She bears the seed of success in herself." Hobby: Swimming, dancing Bequest: Chairs for lunch counters Immediate Plans: Nursing Ambition: To become a nurse Economics II. III: Dramatics Club III: Ticket Com- mittee, Senior Play: Upper Quarter. ROBERT J. COLEMAN "CHIP" ' "A silent, shy, peace-loving man." Hobby: Outdoor sports Bequest: Honors for our coaches Immediate Plans: Join the navy Ambition: To be my own boss Football, Intramural I: Basketball, Intramural I: Base- ball, Intramural I: Golf III: Tennis III. .IANIE A. CUNNOR ".lANIIi" "No rvtetpl opemfllz the heart but u true friend." Ilobbyz Sewing. cooking Ilequest: Small Cierman classes that do their homework Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Sttrgeon History Club III: Cilee Cltib III: Dramatics Club III: Press Clttb III: Christmas Assembly III: Gym Iicstival III: Upper Quarter, PAUl.INIi IS. CORIVIIIZR "PAUI,Y" HA1tlLIt'NIIl is the heuultf of LL'tJl7ILI'l Hobby: Sports Iiequest: Ifscalators Immediate Plans: Business work Ambition: XVork lor government Basketball, Intramural I: Softball I: Volley Ball I: I5t'encb Club I: Debating Club I: Iiconomics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Ski Club III: Associate Iiditor, Tust- Itzlu Staff: lVIay Iiestival I. Cl.AIRIfI.OUISIf CORRIVEAU UIJAIYL' moonltiqhf on the troubled sea." Hobby: Jigsaw pttllles Bequest: A cafeteria where we can sit down Immediate Plans: Study music Ambition: Become successful in whatever I undertake History Club III: Ifrencb Club I, II: Cilee Club I. II, Ill: Press Club III: Ski Club III: Costume Committee, Senior Play III: Christmas Assembly I, II. III: Music Ifestival I, II. III: Reporter. Tttltler Staff I: Upper Quar- 'ter. MARY I2l.lZAI3Ii'I'H COTE "BETTE" HlVtlI'l77Il7 tlroppetl from her youth uml Ioveltinessf' Ilobbyz Skiing Iietiuestz More teachers like Miss Sullivan Immediate Plans: School Ambition: Career in business Cilee Club I: Ilconomics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club Ill: Ski Club III: Ticket Committee. Senior Play. .lAMIiS COUGIIIIN "CHAMP" Iiytftlttfl l'eIlott's will Ire tfoung fellows," Ilobby: Catching stickers Pwequest: One good balf-miler Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Street cleaner 'Iirack I. Il. III: Vylrestling I: Volley Ball II. CECILE JANE COURTEMANCHE "CIS" "Radiant with ardour divine." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Swinging doors Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Stenographer Basketball, Intramural I. III: Softball I, III: Volley Ball I, III: History Club III: Home Economics Club IIC May Festival I, II. EARL R. COVEY "Good at a tight, but better at play." Hobby: All outdoor sports Bequest: A recording machine for Mr. Sharpe Immediate Plans: Work in machine shop Ambition: Airplane mechanic GERTRUDE COVEY "GERTIE" "Her every minute a preparative." Hobby: Bicycle riding Bequest: New menu for lunch Immediate Plans: Nurse Ambition: Nursing Glee Club I, II. CHARLOTTE FRANCES COX "COXIE" "Thou weft my friend. philosopher, and guide, Nashua High." Hobby: Swimming, golf Bequest: A secretary to do each student's homework Immediate Plans: Go to University of Southern California Ambition: Merchandising Upper Quarter. SHIRLEY MARGARET CROMPTON "SHIRL" "Eyes too expressive to be blue." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A swell basketball team like the one we had in '4l. Immediate Plans: Wilfred Academy Ambition: A clothes and hair stylist Captain, Volley Ball II: Art Club I. II, III: Home Economics Club I. II. III: May Festival I, II. HAROLD li CUNNIVI3 "HUB" H'1ihL'I'L' is no LUIIXIIOI77 like frunlvness, llobby: Skating Benitiest: New Ifconomics books Immediate Plans: 'I'ake a vacation Ambition: Draftsman lfootball, Intramural I. II: Basketball. Intramural I, II lrack. Intramural. I. II: Volley Ball I. II. Mlil.BA .I. DACHOS "Mlil.BA" "She is ultuiltfs Iuttghmg. for she has tm inlinile deal ol' wil." Ilobby: Skiing Bequest: Mufller for radiators linmediate Plans: Business College Ambition: Private secretary Ifrench Club ll: Debating Cltib ll: Clee Club I. II Iiconomics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III Ski Club III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I. II Upper Quarter. BIQRNICP J. DANIlfI.IiVI'I'CH "BUNNY" "lVlml tl tuorltl of l7upp1nes.s her hurmontf l'ore1ells."' Hobby: Corresponding Bequest: Soda fountains on everv floor Immediate Plans: Catch up on my sleep Ambition: Travel Ifrench Club II: Upper Quarter. HOXVARD RUSSIiI.I. DANIllI.S "CASEY" HIIIIYL' alillit ulltf in Ille is Ihr' choice, llobbv: lfireman Bequest: l5's received in English Immediate Plansz Iinter a machine shop Ambition: Io leave Nashua High School in '-Il Basketball I: Baseball I, II. l1l.liANOR ADlil.AIDli DAUSCH HAL.. 'fbollftf .spoke and .sweelltf Sl77IIt'tI.H Ilobbyz Swimming Bequest: A barrel of nuts to pass at assembly Immediate Plans: Hairdresser Ambition: To see the world ELEANOR ELIZABETH DAVIS "ELLY" "Too simple and too sweet for words." Hobby: Swimming, boating Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: Junior college Ambition: Accountant Basketball, Intramural I: Drill Team I: Economics Club. Chairman III: Press Club III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly II: Usher, Glee Club Concert: Secretary, Taltler Staff III: State Dramatics Contest III: Upper Quarter. MILDRED P. DELINSKY "MOLLY" "I wear my pen as others do their sword." Hobby: Trying to avoid doing dishes Bequest: Larger book compartments in Room 216 Immediate Plans: Rest Ambition: Stenographer and success Volley Ball I: Debating Club Il: Glee Club II: Eco- nomics Club III: Press Club III: Christmas Assembly II: Upper Quarter. LEO DESJARDINS "LEE" "Speak boldly and speak truly. Hobby: Woodwork Bequest: Cushions for the auditorium seats Immediate Plans: Vv'ork in a machine shop Ambition: To become a first class machinist EDWARD J. DESIVIARAIS A'EDDIE" A'He is a gentleman because his nature is kind and affable to every rreaturef, Hobby: Sports Bequest: Thirty-six weekly chapters of the movie serial "Superman" Immediate Plans: A long rest Ambition: To command the English language Football, Intramural I: Basketball, Intramural I: Soft- ball I: Lunch Counter III: Upper Quarter. HELEN DESMARAIS "LEAN" "The truly generous is the truly wise." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Silent air conditioning system Immediate Plans: Co in training Ambition: Become a nurse Economics Club II. MAURICE DISSMARAIS "MORSE" "'I'here's f77LlS!-l' planted in his heart." Hobby: Music Bequest: A good football team to the new coach Immediate Plans: Civil Service Ambition: Own my own restaurant Music Iiestival II, NORMAN DESMARAIS "COWBOY" Hliueru urllxt wus once tm aniutetuf' Hobby: Collecting pictures Bequest: Raise in salary for teachers Immediate Plans: Attend Nashua Business College Ambition: Clerk typist. junior typist under Civil Service Wrestling II: Art Club I. II, III. f ARTHUR J. DEVI.IN "SHADOW" "On with the dance." Hobby: Ciolf Bequest: As beautiful girls as '41 had Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Chemist Basketball. Intramural I. ll: Golf II, Illp Ski Club. MARJORIII IiI.IfANOR DONNELLY "MARGY" "She wus u nmirlen bright and free." Hobby: Horseback riding Bequest: More teachers like Mr. Paquette Immediate Plans: To go in training Ambition: Dietitian Lunch Counter III: Reporter, Tuttler Staff II. Pl-IYI.l.IS DONNliI.I.Y "PHYI." "A cloosed line gal - well educated girl - with no nigqttrd nonsense about her." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Ifor Mr. Sharpe-Ideal economic students who never fall asleep Immediate Plans: Go in training Ambition: Doctors secretary French Club Il: Senior Play. Ticket Committee: Press Club III: A. A. Show II: Upper Quarter. VIRGINIA C. DOWD "GIN" "I wish you all the joy you can wish." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To travel French Club I, II: Dramatics Club I. II. III: Press Club III: Ski Club III: Head Usher. Senior Play: Christ-- mas Assembly I: Assistant Alumni Editor II. Alumni Ed- itor III, Tattler Staffz Assistant Editor, Tusilala Staff: D. A. R. Representative: Upper Quarter: Prophetess. CAMILLE VIRGINIA DUBOIS "CAM" "Always calm and serene, We neuer knew her to he mean. ol Hobby: Skating. dancing ' Bequest: A well-behaved class for Miss Grace E. Camp- bell Immediate Plans: Vacation Ambition: Office worker Economics Club III: Dramatics Club III. BEATRICE DUCI-IARME "BEA" "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Hobby: Ice skating Bequest: A current event for Mr. Dion Immediate Plans: Secretarial work Ambition: Secretary LAURETTE RUTH DUI-IAMEL "I.OTTIE" "She goes her pleasant way, with nothing much to sayf Hobby: Sports . Bequest: A rocking chair in the library Immediate Plans: Take a course in telephone operating Ambition: Telephone operator Economics Club III PAUL R. DUHAMEL "PAPPY" I "I will do what I can or a little less." Hobby: Photography Bequest: A gum counter in the cafeteria Immediate Plans: Work for a while Ambition: To be a successful accountant Economics Club III. LEO DUMONT "KIKE" "Better late than never." Hobby: Arguing Bequest: Free bus service to all football games Immediate Plans: Campaign for the candidacy for mayor Ambition: Honest political career Economics Club III. ESTELLE LUCY DUTTON "STELL" "The qirI'with the pigtailsf' Hobby: Reading, horseback riding Bequest: A big calendar for each room Immediate Plans: University of N. H. Ambition: Mathematics or science teacher Volley Ball III: May Festival I, II: Drill Team I: Debating Club II. III: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club III: Senior Play III: Orchestra III: Upper Quarter. ELIZABETH C. DWYER "BETTE" "Mischief sparkles in her eyes and her laughter ' never dies." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Permission to use couch in library Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To be an aviatrix ' Dramatics Club I. Il. EDWARD ELWELL, JR. "EDDIE" "As good as gold." Hobby: Photography Bequest: Free lunches Immediate Plans: Take a nice vacation Ambition: Draftsman Stage Committee, Senior Play. EDWARD EMERSON "The world knows nothing of its greatest men." Hobby: Golf Bequest: Two ruined notebooks Immediate Plans: M. I. T. Ambition: Be a chemical engineer Orchestra I: Music Festival l: Book Editor, Tattler Staff III' Upper Quarter. R. DOUGLASS ESTEN "DOUG" "The best may slip and the most cautious fall. He's more than mortal that ne'er erred at all." Hobby: Extra subjects Bequest: Higher desks Immediate Plans: M. I. T. Ambition: Good engineering education Band I: Orchestra I: Music Festival I: Assistant EX' change Editor II, Exchange Editor III, Tattler Staff: Val- edictorian. PHYLLIS OLIVE ESTES "PHYl." "In basketball she surpasses all." Hobby: Swimming, skating Bequest: More athletic girls Immediate Plans: Waitress Ambition: Nurse Basketball, Intramural I, II. III: Tumbling and Apf paratus I, II, III: Softball I. II, III: Tumbling Team I, II, III: Volley Ball I, II, Ill: Drill Team III. WALLEY ESTES "BALDlE" "1 know a trick worth two of that." Hobby: Hockey Bequest: Reclining backs on desk chairs Immediate Plans: To go fishing Ambition: Become a naval aviator Football, Intramural, Varsity, I: Volley Ball I: Hockey III. JAMES RICHARD EVERETT, JR. "JIMMY" OR "JAMSIE" "A good personality is the key to success." Hobby: Hockey Bequest: A trust fund to buy golfballs for golf team Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To become a successful business man Football, Varsity Ill: Cvolf II, III, Captain III: Hockey II, III: Ski Club III: Senior Play, Property and Ticket Committee: Tattler Reporter II. ETHEL FARLAND "A good hear! is worth all the heads in the world." Hobby: Collecting post cards Bequest: Magazine stand for Mr. White Immediate Plans: Undecided Ambition: Go to Florida. Upper Quarter. ROBERT FARLAND "BOB" "Mu serious moments are few." Hobby: I7ishing Bequest: A good friendly class Immediate Plans: To be an airplane mechanic Ambition: 'Io collect an old age pension GEORGE IIISHER "GEORGE" "The LlU'OLil-ULIS crtime of lacing at uotmq man," Hobby: Stamp collecting Bequest: Student council Immediate Plans: 'Ito work the day I get out of school Ambition: To get ahead I.unch Counter III. JOHN Ifl'I'ZPA'l'RlCK HJOHNNYH "Innocent us u new laid egg." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: A good class of friends Immediate Plans: Vvlorlc, to go to school Ambition: Engineer JOSEPH E. FLOYD. JR. "JEF" HIl7lL'llft1f7l'Sii. nltldness, and self-renouncement do make for mtm's ht1ppt'm's.s." Hobhy: Silvercraft Bequest: Table and chairs for cafeteria Immediate Plans: Junior College Ambition: Undecided Senior Play. ALMA U. FLUKE "HAPPY" III"l'Iil'I7L1Sl7li17'S tt noble name: 'Its love fL'fIV10d'.H Ilohhy: Talking Bequest: Illuminated chalk so that the high school may have night classes .... Moral: save electricity Immediate Plans: Training for nurse Ambition: To be able to do something to glorify the name of Nashua High History Club Ill: Debating Club I: Glee Club I, II. III: Press Club Ill: Discussion Club Il: Library Club I: Senior Play Publicity Committee: Christmas Assembly ll, III: Upper Quarter. ,., LEON C. FORD 2? "FAT" "The middle course is the hestf Hobby: Hunting, fishing Bequest: Cushions in the office Immediate Plans: Join the Navy Ambition: Mechanic WILFRID E. GAGNE "WILLY" "Let thy words he few." Hobby: Guns Bequest: All my pencil stubs and broken pens Immediate Plans: Work in Navy Yard Ambition: Commercial pilot Christmas Assembly I: Upper Quarter. ANNA GAIDES UANNABELLEH "We're born to be happy, all of us." Hobby: Tennis Bequest: Recording machine for Miss McGlynn Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Successful typist Volley Ball II: Cilee Club I, II, III: Dramatics Club III: Usher Committee for Senior Play: Christmas Assem- bly I, II, III: Home Economics I, II, III: Upper Quarter. ROSE MARIE GAIDES "ROSIE" "A pleasing countenance is no slight advantage." Hobby: Tennis Bequest: Trailic lights for halls Immediate Plans: Rest: later beautician training Ambition: Succesful beautician . Volley Ball I: History Club III: Glee Club I, II, III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Home Economics Club I. II, III: May Festival I, II, III: Usher Committee, Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I, II, III: Upper Quar- ter. FRANCES ELEANOR GALLUP "She's not a Hower, not a pearl, But just a wonderful all-round girl." Hobby: Reading Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: Enter a hospital Ambition: To become a nurse Ciym I, II, III: May Festival I, II, III: Badminton III, Ifl.ORENCE MARY GAMACHE "EI.OSSIE" "A nmit! of qrure and complete majesty." Hobby: I7ancy ice skating Bequest: A good economics class for Mr. Paquette Immediate Plans: A nice long vacation Ambition: Secretary NORMAND GARANT HIVIIDGEH "Push on - keep n7oU1ing!" Hobby: Sightseeing Bequest: My wealth Immediate Plans: Ball player Ambition: Architect Basketball, Intramural I, II: Baseball, Intramural I. II Tumbling and Apparatus I, II: Softball I, II. ROBERT GARDNER - " "BOBBY" "Lo, one who loved true honour more than fame." X Hobby: Sports Bequest: Easier English teachers Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To become a coach Iiootball, Intramural I, Varsity II. III, Basketball Varsity I. II. III: Baseball. Varsity I. II. III. EDVJARD P. GARNEAU "EDDIE" "To a young heart, everything is sport," Hohby: Football Bequest: Bigger chair for "Buzz" Harvey Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Chemist Associate Editor. Tusiilalu Staff. IRENE ANNETTE GAUDETTE "RENIE" "1 um in Ioue with this green earth." Hobby: Bicycle riding Bequest: Elevator Immediate Plans: XVork in store Ambition: Manager of some store Glee Club II. III: Economics III: Music I, II, III Home Economics: I.ibrary I: Junior Red Cross III. I WII-I-IAM GEDDES "BILL" "A light heart liues long." Hobby: Tennis Bequest: An assembly a week Immediate Plans: To further my education Ambition: Engineering Basketball, Intramural I: Baseball, Intramural I: Drill Team I: Ski Club III: Ticket Committee, Senior Play: Upper Quarter. KENNETH GILES "BEEFY" "I like work, it fuscinutes me: I can si! and look ut it for hours." Hobby: Golf Bequest: A good school band Immediate Plans: To further education Ambition: Accountant Football, Intramural I: Basketball, Intramural I: Base- ball. Intramural I: Assistant Manager, Baseball I: Soft- ball I3 Volley Ball I: Rifle Club I: Property Committee, Senior Play. MADELINE GLIDDEN "She was a person of delight." Hobby: Going to the movies Bequest: Gum for the lunch room Immediate Plans: Go in training as nurse Ambition: A second Florence Nightingale Home Economics Club I, II. GWENDOLYN MARIE GODDARD "GWEN" 'AI wish I knew the good of wishing." Hobby: Sports, music Bequest: Roomy desks Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Travel History Club III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III Usher for Senior Play. I.ORNE A. GOGGIN "I.ORNIE" "Art is the child of nature." Hobby: Stamps, drawing Bequest: Quieter students for Mr. Sharpe's fifth period Immediate Plans: School Ambition: Be Secretary of Treasury Senior Play Property Committee. RHODA .IANICI2 GORDON "For she thulls out of rlothes is out of fashion." Hobby: Ifun Bequest: Redcaps to carry students' excess books Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To be a success in anything I undertake lirench Club Il: Press Club III: Chairman, Economics Club Ill: Upper Quarter DONALD ISVERETT GOSS HGOSSYM "Men of ICUIL' words are the hex! men." Hobby: Trumpet playing. model airplanes Bequest: New uniforms and music to Mr. Wilson Immediate Plans: Postgraduate or work Ambition: To play trumpet like Harry James Band l. ll, Ill, MARGARET GRIFFIN UPEGGYH "Sweet reasonul1Ient'ss." Hobby: Tennis Bequest: I7ree desserts Immediate Plans: Get work Ambition: To become a telephone operator BARBARA GUMB "BARB" "Good humor teufhes fharms to lust, S1111 makes new tonquests, and muznlains the past." Hobby: Sports Bequests: Ham for the ham sandwiches Immediate Plans: Junior college Ambition: Nurse Softball I: Drill Team III: May Iiestival I, II. ALBERT PAUL GURECKIS I, "Al," "Plain sense but rureltf leads us fur astray." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: My boolts Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Industrial engineer BARBARA HALGREN "BABS" Uln quietness and confidence shall be your strength Hobby: Collecting victrola records Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: Trip to Texas Ambition: To own a ranch Press Club III: Home Economics Club III: Assistant Business Manager, Tultler Staff III: Upper Quarter DOUGLAS If. HALL "DOUG" "The man of such cz genial mood." Hobby: Model airplanes Bequest: Flag pole three feet taller Immediate Plans: Work on a farm Ambition: Mechanic FRANK EDWARD HALL "VAN" A'The huntsman winds his horn, And a-hunting we will go." Hobby: Boating Bequest: Portable track for the track team Immediate Plans: Join the army or navy Ambition: World travel Basketball, Intramural II. III: Track, Varsity II III Wrestling II. III: History III: Economics Club III Sen ior Play: Tusitalu Staff, Assistant Editor. DAVID I-IAMBLETT "TYRONE" "Pessim1'sm when you get used to it is agreeable as optimism." Hobby: Play guitar Bequest: New chemicals for the laboratory Immediate Plans: Machine shop work Ambition: Machinist ELIZABETH HAMBLETT "LIBBY" just "Silence is wisdom and gets friends," Hobby: Swimming Bequest: An elevator Immediate Plans: Take a long vacation Ambition: To become a nurse I.Il.A HOPE HANSON U- Young and so fair." Hobby: Skating Bequest: Shorter periods Immediate Plans: Find work as a hairdresser Ambition: Hairdresser HEI.EN G. HARDY "TEX" "A maiden never bold of spirit' Hobby: Roller skating Bequest: The right to keep up the school's good work Immediate Plans: Music Ambition: Travel throughout the United States Home Economics Club I, II, III: Art Club I, II. III: I.unch Counter III. JOHN HARDY "JOHNNY" IAWIIHQS and the boy: Companions linked as one." Hobby: Hunting Bequest: Books with a strong enough binding to carry papers without breaking Immediate Plans: Learn how to fly an airplane Ambition: Airline pilot Rifle Club I. DORIS HARGREAVES "DOT" "Calmness is a great advantage." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: More school dances Immediate Plans: Store work Ambition: Telephone operator Senior Play Usher. SYLVIA ARNETT HARKAWAY "HARKIE" 'AReudy, willing, and able." Hobby: Having fun Bequest: Sufiicient grammar books for Miss Cornell Immediate Plans: Business school Ambition: Stenographer Basketball, Intramural I: Volley Ball I: History Club III: Debating Club II: Glee Club II: Economics Club Ill: Dramatics Club II. III: Rifle Club I: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly II. GERALDINE HARTICIAN "JERRY" "A lillle, tina, preltg, iuitttl, darling she." Hobby: Sports. dancing Bequest: Stop signs at the corners Immediate Plans: Go on a good vacation Ambition: Go through college: become a "Rockette" Basketball, Intramural III: Softball III: Tumbling Team III: History Club III: Dramatics Club III: Home Economics II: A. A. Show I: Music Iiestival I: State Dra- matics Contest III. Al.THEA ELIZABETH HAWKINS "RED" ' "Some credit in being jolly." Hobby: Eating apples Bequest: A bigger dictionary for Miss Noyes Immediate Plans: To learn to cook Ambition: To make a good wife Advertising Committee, Senior Play: Upper Quarter. FRANK PIERCE HAYES, JR. "I7RANKIE" "To be an artist is a great thing." Hobby: Water color painting of scenery Bequest: Larger ham sandwiches Immediate Plans: Vwlentworth Institute Ambition: Technician Wrestling I: Tumbling and Apparatus I: Tumbling Team I: Rifle Club I: Tatller Reporter IIC Christmas Assembly III. RAYMOND HAYVJA RD "RAY" 'AHe that mischief hatcheth mischief catchethf' Hobby: All sports Bequest: A few hostesses Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: State police Football, Intramural I, II: Basketball. Intramural I. II: Baseball, Intramural I. II: Track, Intramural I, II: Softball I. II: Volley Ball I, II: Cilee Club I, II: Eco- nomics Club III. ROBERT LOUIS HAZEN "BOB" "I know what palh leads to popularity." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Revolving stairs Immediate Plans: Insurance work Ambition: Be a success Baseball, Varsity I, II, III: President, Senior Class: Chairman, Senior Play Ticket Committee: Committee. Senior Class Dances: Assistant Editor, Tusitala Staff: Usher, '40 Graduation. BIiA'l'RIClS HIEROLD "BEA" HiIil7L'I'L'.S IH!-XL'l7l-l'li in those big brown eyes." Ilobby: Skiing is Bequest: More assemblies Immediate Plans: Ifurther education Ambition: Do anything in science work Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Art Club I: Ski I' Club III: Costume Committee, Senior Play: Reporter, Tailler Stall II: Upper Quarter. S'l'liI.l.A 'I'IiRIiSA HOLAK 'ASTASIAH "Your hetirl hunyeth on tl jolly pin." Hobby: Collecting jokes Bequest: Rubber books that will bounce Immediate Plans: A well-earned rest Ambition: Red Cross nurse Home Ifconomics Club II: Cilee Club I. II: Press Club lll: Christmas Assembly II: Lunch Counter III: Junior Red Cross II: Assistant Ilditor. Tusilula Staff: Upper Quarter. DONALD R. HOLBROOK "DUCK" "'I'roulvle trails behind und qallops with him." Ilobhy: Sports Bequest: Lounge room Immediate Plans: Cio to school Ambition: Certiued Public Accountant Basketball. Intramural I. II: Volley Ball. Intramural I: Cheer Leader Il. III: History Club III. President: ljeonomics Club III. Chairman: Dramatics Club III: Ski Club III1 Senior Play. I2S'I'HlER MAY HOLDEN "A charming smile. ll welcome glad. Just nur! of the mee Luau she had." Ilobby: Sports Bequest: A basketball team that will come home with the championship Immediate Plans: Ifnter business school Ambition: Certiueel accountant Glee Club II: Iiconomics Club III: I-Iome Economics Club I. ll. III: Usher. Senior Play: Christmas Assembly ll: Upper Quarter. NORBISRT HUDON "HUDlIj" "Silem'e neL'er l'tll1St'll trouble for lIl7l.fUl7C. Ilobhyi Piano playing Bequest: 'lihe books I love the most Immediate Plans: Play in an orchestra Ambition: Orchestra leader PHYLLIS JACKSON "JACKY" "I End earth not gray but rosy, Heaven not grim but fair of hue, Hobby: Dancing, bowling Bequest: To the cafeteria: booths and waitresses Immediate Plans: Work as a telephone operator Ambition: Telephone operator GEORGE JALBERT "ALBERT" "Size never shows ability." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A few escalators Immediate Plans: To go where there is no winter Ambition: To own real estate in Florida Football, Intramural I: Basketball. Intramural I. II: Softball I. II: Volley Ball II: History Club III: Eco- nomics Club III: Tuttler Staff. Reporter I. RAYMOND E. JARVAIS "PORKY" "In sport and friendship, a thoroughbred." Hobby: Coming to school late Bequest: Sleeping tablets to be taken in dry classes Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Business Eootball, Varsity I, II, III: Basketball, Varsity I, II: Track, Varsity I, II, III: Lunch Counter III. FRED JOHNSON "TAYE" t, "Good nature is stronger than tomahawlzs. Hobby: Swimming, skating Bequest: I leave three years' wear from the seat of my trousers Immediate Plans: Enlist as an admiral Ambition: You'll have to figure that out JANE LOUISE JOHNSON "JANIE" "Short and sweet," Hobby: Sports. radio Bequest: More time between periods Immediate Plans: To relax Ambition: Hairdresser Dramatics Club III: Senior Play: Upper Quarter. SHIRLEY E. JOHNSON "SHIRI." "The smile that won't come off." Hobby: Sports Bequest: More gym apparatus Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Physical education teacher Basketball, Intramural I, II. III: Captain I. II. Cham- pionship Team III: Tumbling and Apparatus III: Softf ball I. III: Volley Ball I, III: History Club III: French Club II: Dramatics Club III: Ski Club III: To Bed To lied Said Sleepy Head, Costume Committee: Orchestra I: Gym Iiestival I. II. III. IONA JORDAN "RED" "Her talents 'uftfre of lhe more silent class." Hobby: Pen pals Bequest: Warm seats in the auditorium for the seniors Immediate Plans: A long vacation Ambition: Singer with famous orchestra Glee -Club I: Press Club III: Christmas Assembly I. II: Upper Quarter. MICHAEL KACAVISTI "MIKE" "At Iifling weights. he is supreme." Hobby: Collecting snapshots Bequest: Enough money to build a swimming pool Immediate Plans: To enter trade school Ambition: Mechanical engineer Wrestling II: Tumbling and Apparatus II, III: Tum- bling Team II: A. A. Show II. JANE VIRGINIA KARCZEWSKI "JAY" "Silence is become her mother tonguef Hobby: Collecting photographs Bequest: More mirrors for the girls' room Immediate Plans: Find a job Ambition: Become an artist Glee Club I, II: Art Club I: Lunch Counter III: Mu- sic Ifestival I. HELEN LUCILLE KARLONAS "An7In'1z'on is the growth of every climb." Hobby: Tennis, reading Bequest: A bus for Mr. White's history club Immediate Plans: Attend a business school Ambition: Government position Tumbling and Apparatus I: Softball I. III: Volley Ball III: History Club III. ANTHONY G. KATSIAITICAS "KATTY" "His smile haunts me still." Hobby: Attend Y. M. C. A. Bequest: Boxing club in high school Immediate Plans: Further education Ambition: To become a doctor DONALD KEITH "DON" "One of the boys." Hobby: Hunting and fishing Bequest: More study periods Immediate Plans: Assistant automobile mechanic Ambition: Become a mechanic Tumbling Team I: Rifle Club I: Upper Quarter. RACHEL KELLY "KELLY" 'ASilence is the mother of truth." Hobby: Making rag dogs Bequest: To the lunch counter: enough dishes to cook with Immediate Plans: Recuperate Ambition: A good job in sewing Home Economics Club I, II, III. RAY R. KELLEY, JR. USHIPWRECKH "1'll be merry, I'll be free, l'll be sud for nobody." Hobby: Basketball Bequest: New suits for basketball team Immediate Plans: Go to Y. M. C. A. college Ambition: Physical education director Basketball III. MAXWEI.I, KENISTON 'iJACKRABBI'I"' 'ATall, laughing boy, with sun glints in his eye." Hobby: Running Bequest: A new track field Immediate Plans: Join the Navy Ambition: Navy career Track, Varsity I, Il, III: History Club III, RUTH KENNEY URUTHIE JR," "The girl wilh the Pepsodent smile." Hobby: Art Bequest: Pencil sharpener for Room 122 Immediate Plans: Take a long, long rest Ambition: To become a beauty culturist Economics Club III Art Club I II III . 3 , . 1 Home Eco nomics Club II. ROBERT P. KILBANE "KELLY" 30 9 "He loves the game beyond the prize." Hobby: Traveling Bequest: Easy chairs in every room Immediate Plans: Join Navy Ambition: To travel Football I, II, III. WILLIAM R. KIRKPATRICK "KIRK" "On the track he ran like Mercury." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A cinder track around the football field one quarter of a mile long Immediate Plans: Further training in engineering Ambition: Engineer Track Varsity I II III' Senior Pla Sta e Com , V I - r V. g mittee: Upper Quarter. JOHN JOSEPH KISSEI- 'AMORGANH gf 3 7 2 "His limbs were cast in manly mo d, For hardy sports and contests bold." Hobby: Sketching Bequest: Good football teams Immediate Plans: Undecided ' Ambition: Commercial artist Football, Varsity II. III: Basketball. Varsity Captain III: Economics Club III: Art Club III. GEORGE KITCHENER "KITCH" "Ile laughs and fools the whole day long, And life for him is but a song." Hobby: Hunting. fishing Bequest: Comfortable seats in office Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: To get an exciting job MERILDA M. KNICIHTS "MILI-Y" "She talks Iizfle and listens much." Hobby: Listen to radio and read Bequest: A new heating system Immediate Plans: Attend Keene Normal Ambition: Teach elementary grades French Club I: Christmas Assembly I: Gym Festival II: Upper Quarter. MARIE KOUITOPOULOS HKAUFFY KAKESH "Merry as a cricket." Hobby: Bowling Bequest: A contract with Dentync Gum Company Immediate Plans: Whipple's Academy Ambition: Nursing Economics Club III. JULIA KREWSKI "CRACKER" 4'Work is no disgrace: It is idleness which is a disgrace." Hobby: Ice skating Bequest: More handsome men teachers Immediate Plans: Bryant '55 Stratton Ambition: Business girl Basketball, Intramural I, III: Manager, Volley Ball III: Tumbling and Apparatus I. III: Volley Ball I: Tumbling Team I, III: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Music Festival I, II, III: Softball III: Upper Quarter. VICTORIA ANNE KRISTOFI3 "VICKY" "Wiith lots of pep and full of fun." Hobby: Swimming, golhng Bequest: A new pencil sharpener for Miss Kagarise Immediate Plans: A year's rest Ambition: Dress buyer for a large clothing concern HELEN MARION KUZMITCH UKUZZYH "Cheerful without mirth." Hobby: Collecting pictures Bequest: Dictionary for Mr. Sharpes pupils Immediate Plans: Take a vacation Ambition: Typist RUTH ANN LABOMBARD "A grand girl was she, Anal u qood friend to all." lobby: Collecting miniatures Bequest: Less confusion in the corridors Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Laboratory technician Glee Club I, Ill: May Festival II, III: Upper Quarter. ELIE LABOMBARDE "LIL" "Sports - sports - sports - These are my favorite consortsf' Hobby: Motorboating, skiing Bequest: Permission to use the gym in winter for tennis practice Immediate Plans: College prep. Ambition: Mechanical engineer, technical adviser Basketball. Intramural I: Tennis II, III: Softball I: Ski Club III: Upper Quarter. RAYMOND LABOMBARDE "RAY" "Give him a hoat to sail and he's happy." Hobby: Skiing. sailing Bequest: Better and longer lasting tennis balls Immediate Plans: College prep. Ambition: Mechanical engineer, inventor Basketball, Intramural I: Tennis II, III, Captain III: Ski Club III: Senior Play. EUNICE A. LALIBERTE "EUNIE" "She is full of fun She is full of life." Hobby: Skating Bequest: Noiseless ventilators Immediate Plans: Position as stenographer Ambition: Stenographer Economics Club III: Press Club III: Library Club I: Senior Play Costume Committee: Lunch Counter III' Clee Club Concert Usher III: Upper Quarter. r BERNICE MARGUERITE LANDRY "BERNIE" "Her voice wus ever soft, Genlle, und low: an excellent thing in woman." Hobby: Nature study Bequest: Shorter French periods Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Teacher Debating Club I: Tamer Staff, Reporter I: First Prize Tuttler Story Contest: Upper Quarter. DONALD LANDRY "DON" "To the world he wore a bashftzl look." Hobby: Stamp collector Bequest: Peace and silence Immediate Plans: Travel Ambition: Become a machinist History Club III. THOMAS LANTZAS "TOMMY" "I am in earnest. I will not equiuocate, I will not retreat a single inrhg and I will be heard." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Tables and seats for the lunch counter Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Men's clothing manufacturer Basketball, Intramural I: Volley Ball I: Economics Club: Senior Play, Property Committee: Lunch Counter III: Reporter, Tattler Stall III: Usher, 1940 Graduation: Upper Quarter. ISABELLE M. LAPAN "PEGGY" "There is a soft and pensive grace. A cast of thought upon her face." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Candy to pass around at assemblies Immediate Plans: Dental assistant Ambition: To be a newspaper reporter Drill Team I: Home Economics Club III. BLANCHE LAQUERRE "Her modest answer and graceful air, Show her wise and good as she is fair." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Place to dance Immediate Plans: School Ambition: Dress designer History Club III, ARMAND G. LA ROSE 'AROMEOH "The best road is straight ahead." Hobby: Sports in general Bequest: Better history books Immediate Plans: Chef Ambition: To own a chain of restaurants Football, Intramural I, II: Basketball, Intramural I, II: Baseball, Intramural I. II: Softball I, II: Volley Ball I, II: Economics Club III. VICTOR LAURENDEAU "VIC" "The Iillle man who was always there' Hobby: Hunting, fishing, hockey Bequest: A larger and better gym Immediate Plans: None Ambition: Become a hockey player Basketball. Intramural I. II: Softball I, II: Volley Ball II: Drill Team II: A, A. Show II. GABRIELLE M. LAVOIE 'AGABYH "Pardon's the word to all." Hobby: Reading and sports Bequest: A noiseless heating system Immediate Plans: Get position as oflice worker Ambition: To become an eflicient secretary History Club III: Economics Club III, ALFRED A. LAWRENCE ..AL,. "His ways are lL'tIyS of quzietnessf' Hobby: Photography Bequest: Sincere gratitude for an education Immediate Plans: Obtain government position Ambition: Business manager Wrestling II: Tumbling Team I: Economics Club III. PHYLLIS SAVILLE LAWRENCE "PHYL" A'lVhere tht-re's fun she's always in it, Never still for half a n7z'nute." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A washwoman for the students in chemistry lab. Immediate Plans: To go to the University of New Hampshire Ambition: Nurse Basketball. Intramural I: Tumbling and Apparatus I. II. III: Volley Ball I1 Drill Team I, II: Cheer Leader II: Ski Club III: Usher Committee, Senior Play: A. A. Show I, II: May Ifestival I, II, III: Chorus I, II. ELIZABETH LEACH "BETTY" "llere's u girl, sweet, but full of fun, IVho likes a yood lime when her works all done." Hobby: Collecting photographs Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: To take a long vacation Ambition: To model clothes Ifconomics Club III: Home Economics Club II, III. RITA LUCILLE LEBEL "RITA" "Full of laughter, full of fun. As a pal - she's the one." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Secretary History Club III: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club I: Press Club III: Upper Quarter. SIMONE LEBLANC "Though she is but little, She is mighty." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: A bookcase for Mr. Sharpe Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Be a good secretary Basketball, Intramural I: Softball I, II: History Club III: Economics Club III: A. A. Show I, II: May Festival I, II. JEANETTE LECLAIR "A happy life consists in tranquility of mind." Hobby: Drawing Bequest: A class of girls for Mr. Paquette Immediate Plans: Work in Paper Box Machinery Ambition: Interior decorator Art Club II, III: Lunch Counter II, III. ANN F. LEE "RUS-TY" "Did you ever see her wink and smile?" Hobby: Tennis Bequest: A fountain pen for "Buzz" Harvey Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: Gym teacher Basketball, Intramural I, II: Basketball Coach II: Soft- ball I, Captain I: Volley Ball I, II, III, Captain l: Drill Team I: Dramatics Club I: Home Economics Club I, II. III: A. A. Show I. II: Committee Chairman, Candy I. ROLAND LEE "GENERAL" "I came, I saw, 1 conquered 1 sometimes." Hobby: Baseball Bequest: Cushions on the back of seats Immediate Plans: To take a vacation Ambition: Radio announcer Football, Intramural I: Basketball, Intramural I, II: Baseball, Intramural I. II: Softball I. GEORGE LEPEBVRE "For all his quietness his mind was busy." Hobby: Iiinding good excuses for not doing home work Bequest: Iiewer girls Immediate Plans: To work Ambition: Make something of myself LUCILLIE ANNA LIEMAY "LOU" "A render heart: a will inflexible." Hobbyz Sports Bequest: Traffic signals at the corners Immediate Plans: Advance my education Ambition: Clerical office worker Softball I: Volley Ball I, III: History Club III: Eco- nomics III: Dramatics Club III: May Festival I: Re- porter, Talller Staff I, II. ARTHUR L. LESSARD 3.5 "ART" i "He'II be a success in his url, He lakes it so lo heart." Hobby: Cartooning Bequest: Elevators . Immediate Plans: Oflice work, clerk Ambition: To become second Walt Disney History Club III: Dramatics Club III: Art Club I, II. III: Senior Play Publicity Committee: Art Editor. Taltler Staff: Assistant Editor and Illustrator, Tusitala Staff. PAUL LETENDRE "DOC" "A fresh, a true, u friemlltl man." Hobby: Wtuodxirorking Bequest: Red detention slips instead of blue Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Accounting Softball I. ARMAND LEVESQUE "SLIM" "A wise man reflects before he speaks." Hobby: Sailing. skating Bequest: A basketball team that will win the state championship Immediate Plans: Apprentice to an electrician Ambition: A refrigerator salesman in Alaska Basketball. Intramural I. II, III: Captain. Basketball Team III: Tumbling and Apparatus I, II: Softball I, II: Volley Ball I. II. ELAINE LEVESQUE "TOOTS" "A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: A middle elevator to go downstairs on Immediate Plans: Hairdressing Ambition: To be a hairdresser Dramatics Club I GERTRUDE ALICE LEVESQUE "GERTIE" "Brown were her eyes, And her hair like the fairy flax." Hobby: Corresponding, skating Bequest: More men teachers Immediate Plans: Mill worker Ambition: Beautician History Club III: Home Economics Club II, III. RAYMOND LEVEQUE "DUKE" "I dare do all that may become a man." Hobby: Ship models Bequest: Dual control auto for Mr. Paquette Immediate Plans: Continue work at theatre Ambition: First class projectionist Tumbling and Apparatus I,'II, III: Art Club I, II, II ROBERT EDWARD LEVESQUE "BOB" "He is wise who talks but little." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: Work as accountant Ambition: Accountant PAUL LIPNICK "WEASEL" "One cannot work well without sleep." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Someone to take my place Immediate Plans: Attend N. H. U. Ambition: Politician Basketball, Intramural I: Usher, 1940 Graduation. I ROY I.ITTI.EI:IEI.D UITRANKHOUSEH "Still waters run deep." Hobby: Basketball Bequest: Basketball team that will be state champions Immediate Plans: Radio work Ambition: Radio operator FLORENCE I.UCII-l.E LORAINE "PLO" "A winning. happy. amiable companion." Hobby: Reading Bequest: An odorless chemistry lab. Immediate Plans: Attend a hairdresser school Ambition: Cosmetologist Basketball, Intramural I: Softball I, III: Volley Ball I, III: History Club III: May Festival I. BARBARA ELIZABETH LYNN "BABS" "Not too serious. not loo gay- A vera nice girl in every way." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: Trip to Washington Ambition: Private secretary Glee Club I. II: Press Club III: Home Economics Club Ill: Christmas Assembly I, II: Upper Quarter. AI.IS MACINNIS "MAC" "Modest and tall, and liked by all." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Indoor swimming pool Immediate Plans: Undecided Ambition: To live a long time Glee Club Il. III: Dramatics I, II, III: Press Club III: Red Cross Treasurer III: Senior Play: Christmas Assem- bly III: Music Festival III: Tatller Staff Reporter III. CAlVlII.I.E LORAINE NIANNING "CHICK" "Leisure is time for doing something useful." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Escalators Immediate Plans: Work. evening business school Ambition: Stenographer Glee Club I, II: Home Economics Club III: Christmas Assembly I, II: Upper Quarter. ADOLF MARKIEL "DOI.LIC" "I doubl his dancznq days ure over." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Winning athletic teams Immediate Plans: Cro to college Ambition: Electrical engineer Football, Intramural I, II: Basketball, Intramural I, II: Baseball, Intramural I, II: Track. Intramural I: Wrestling I, IIQ Volley Ball, I, II. ARLENE MARSHALL "A friemz' to everyone, likerl Inq all." Hobby: Corresponding with boys and girls countries Bequest: Noiseless heating system Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Work in an office Tattler Reporter II. MARJORIE MARSHALL "BOOTS" UAS merry as the Lldll is long." I-Iobby: Dancing, skating Bequest: New Home Organization pupils Immediate Plans: Earn money Ambition: Hairdressing in foreign Glee Club I, II: Home Economics Club I, II, III. VERA M. MARSHALL "VEE" "Reserve and prudence are f't'LlC6f771il'7l1 Hobby: Skating Bequest: More mirrors for school Immediate Plans: To work as hairdresser Ambition: Hairdresser Economics Club III: Art Club I, II, III: ter. ALMA MARTIN "SMILIE" "A winning way, a pleasant smile Dressed so neat and quite in style." Hobby: Skiing, horses Bequest: More school dances Immediate Plans: Lasell Junior College Ambition: Personal buyer in a leading store Ski Club III: Dramatics Club III: Property tee, Senior Play: Usher, IQ4-0 Ciraduation. ryuulilies. " Upper Quar Commit CLIFFORD MARTIN "KIK" "Clothes make the man." Ilobby: Baseball Bequest: Best wishes for up and coming Juniors Immediate Plans: To get out of high school Ambition: Medicine Baseball. Varsity II. III. BETTY MATSIS "TOTTY" "fllu.'ut1s full of fun and pep Just a girl you cim't forget." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A new heating system Immediate Plans: Telephone operator Ambition: Telephone operator Basketball. Intramural I. II, III: Softball I, III: Volley Ball I. II. III: Ciym lfestival I: II. III: History Club III: Iiconomics Club III: I.unch Counter III. RAYMOND MCADOO "MAC" "O, what is lhul power he possesses ouer womenf' Hobby: Sports Bequest: Television equipment Immediate Plans: Go to Connecticut Ambition: To get out of high school Basketball. Intramural II, III: Baseball: Intramural Track Ill: Vv'restling II: Softball II: Volley Ball I: History Club III: Business Manager. History Club III: liconomics Club III: Stage Committee. Senior Play: Christmas Assembly III: Upper Quarter. KENNETH MCAVEE "MAC" "ln his own quiet and diligent wut! lle utiomplished his lush dau ufler clay." Ilobbyz Baseball Bequest: Bigger sophomores Immediate Plans: Recuperate Ambition: Machinist KATHRYN If. MCCAUGNEY "KITTY" "ln her friemls' hearts she is secure: Their love for her will long endure." Hobby: Collecting dogs Bequest: Olives for cheese and olive sandwiches Immediate Plans: Post-graduate course Ambition: Social worker History Club III: Debating Club II: Dramatics Club l. II. III: Press Club III: Ticket Committee. Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I: Upper Quarter. HENRY MCCUTCHEON "MAC" "The mtzsrles of his IYTKILUHLI arms were slronq as iron bands." Hobby: Sports Bequest: More equipment for the gym Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Teach physical education, or anatomy Track. Varsity I. II, III. Captain III: Tumbling and Apparatus I, II. III: Tumbling Team I. II. III: A. A. Show I, II, III. PATRICK J, MCI.AUCHI.IN, JR. "PAT" "His face was frank and botfish. his heart sincezt' and true, Hobby: Old stamps and coins Bequest: Gas masks for chemistry students Immediate Plans: To go to N, H. U. Ambition: Explorer Senior Play Property Committee: Reporter, Tatller Staff II. SHIRLEY E. MCLOUD "MAC" UA friend both Iotful and true Is well worth htruing whether old or new." Hobby: Saving poems Bequest: A few gentlemen. and special additions to the desks for gum chewers Immediate Plans: Nothing definite Ambition: Become an air hostess if I can lose five pounds Upper Quarter, ROBERT Mc:NUl.'I'Y NMAC" 'i1.tll1c1f'7 and Imllle and LL'Ol'k.H Hobby: Eating Bequest: New uniforms for the basketball team Immediate Plans: Retire Ambition: Playboy Basketball. Intramural II: Track, Varsity II. III. BPSSIIQ MEMOS HBESSIEH "Nothr'nq is iniposstble lo zz willing heart," Hobby: Reading Bequest: A well-behaved homeroom for Miss Grace IS. Campbell Immediate Plans: Vacation and rest Ambition: Secretarial work Press Club III: Upper Quarter. JULIA MICHAEL "MIKE" "To fear not sensible failure. Nor covet the game ut all." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Tables and chairs during lunch periods Immediate Plans: Ofbce work Ambition: Private secretary Basketball. Intramural I. II, III. Manager III. Coach III: Rifle Club I: Tumbling.: and Apparatus I, II, III: Softball I. II, III: Volley Ball I. II. III: Softball CO- Captain I, II. III: History Club, Vice-President III: Eco- nomics Club III: Senior Play. Co-Chairman of Publicity Committee: A. A. Show I. II: Tattler Staff Reporter III: Press Club III: Upper Quarter. BEATRICE DIANA MICHAUD 'ABEAH "You take such little space on which to stand and grace the land." Hobby: Knitting Bequest: Study period with no supervisors Immediate Plans: Ifind work Ambition: To be a hairdresser Volley Ball III: Home Economics Club I. III. NORMA ALAINE MILLER UJESABEIQ' "As those motte easiest who have learned to dance." Hobby: Anything but homework Bequest: A class of Juniors who will stand up for the Seniorsgwithout resentment Immediate Plans: Simmons Ambition: To become accomplished Basketball. Intramural I: Softball I. Il: Volley Ball I: Tumbling Team II: Iirench Club II: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club II. III: Press III: A. A. Show II: Tatller Reporter III: Upper Quarter. .IUDY MIIIINA "PUNCHY" ".S'l7t' rmtstered whatever was worth knowing." Hobby: Collecting cartoons Bequest: Civilized and serious seniors Immediate Plans: Take a vacation Ambition: Private secretary Cilee Club I. II: Press Club Ill: Rifle Club I: Upper Quarter. NlfI.l.II2 LOUISII MISIASZEK "Your moc'en7ents quick and ltiqutid smooth." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Swimming pool. more dances Immediate Plans: I.ook for a ujob. go to business college Ambition: Clerical work Cheer Leader II: Head Cheer Leader III: Treasurer. His- tory Club III: 'Glee Club II. III: Economics Club III: Dramatics Club II, III: Senior Play III: Christmas As- sembly II: Ticket Committee for A. A. Show II: Gym Iiestival I. WILI-IAM ROBERT MOLLER "DOPEY" "A wise scepticism is the first attribute of t1 good C!'l'fl'L'.u Hobby: Sports Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Attend college Ambition: College professor Press Club III: Ski Club III: Senior Play: Band II. III: Orchestra II. III: Reporter, Tultler Staff I. II: Asso- ciate Editor, Tusitala Staff: State Dramatics Contest III: Upper Quarter. ALICE KATHRYN IVIORAN "As from thy presence showers a ruin of melody." Hobby: Skiing Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Lasell Junior College Ambition: Designer French Club II: Debating Club II: Dramatics Club I, II. III: Ski Club III: Chairman. Costume Committee. Senior Play: Assistant Editor Trzsilula Staff: Usher, '40 Graduation. ALICE MARY MORAN 'iDemure and sweet, quiet and neat," Hobby: Taking pictures Bequest: More plays Immediate Plans: Train to be a nurse Ambition: To be a nurse Usher Committee, Senior Play. MICHAEL NICHOLAS MORAROS "MI'I'CH" "Dil1'yenl youth makes easy uyef' Hobby: Sports Bequest: Elevator for boys Immediate Plans: Aviation work Ambition: College Upper Quarter. ARTHUR MOREAU "ARCHIE" "Born of the morning bidding: do your best." Hobby: Stamps Bequest: Workers to keep the third recess clean Immediate Plans: Become a contractor Ambition: To make a million Economics Club III: Lunch Counter II. DIiNISIi MADAIYN IVIORIARIY Hl.tltltll7 and he l'I7t'ft'tl.' !'t'I77t'l77IJt'l'. Heller the LL'tJI'ItI with u sump" Hobby: Music Bequest: Added laurels to the Glee Club Immediate Plans. Higher education Ambition: Become a concert simfer Cllee Club I. II. III: Dramatics Club III: Art Club I. II: A. A. Show II. VIERNAND IE. MORIN '4I5RI'EDDY" Its better fur to know thu! Iilc is sweet. Ilobby: Drawing, swimming. hockey Pmetiuest: Vv'heel chairs for exhausted seniors Immediate Plans: Pilot in R.A.I3. Ambition: Royal Mounted Police ROCIIZR PAUI, IVIORIN "'I'III2 BLACK-ONI24' MSI-jlt' t1oe.w7'I make the man." Hobby: Studying Ilmequest: An orchestra that can Hnish playing together Immediate Plans: .loin unemployed Ambition: Io get on school board lVIARCiARIf'I' MORRIS UMARCIIIQH "Does tc'eII, urls LL'eIl.--clrvclel KIILIIJ no mutt Ilobby: Dancing Ilequest: Coca-Cola in the bubblers Immediate Plans: A long awaited summer vacation Ambitionz To be a second Madame Curie Ifrench Club II, Vice-President II: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Slti Club III: Usher Committee. Senior Play III: Usher. Clee Club Concert III: Upper Quarter. ROBIiR'I' I.. MORSE "IVIORSIIf" "I-'or Iht'rt".s lou in his I7t'tlI'II il-f7t'I't' ure smiles in his litre." Ilobby: Stamps and my "Model A" Bequest: My bad marks Immediate Plans: Chauffeur Ambitioni To find a suitable girl friend Glce Club III: Christmas Assembly III. JACQUELINE JEANNE MULVANITY "JACKIE" "Her heart is like a wayside inn." Hobby: Bicycle riding Bequest: A detention room with easy chairs and radio Immediate Plans: Training to be a nurse Ambition: To be a nurse Band III: Orchestra III. DOROTHY P. MUNTON "A girl who quietly wends her way And does her duties day by day," Hobby: Drawing Bequest: Larger cafeteria Immediate Plans: Clerical work Ambition: Medical secretary History Club III: Glee Club III: Debating II: Ski Club III. JOSEPH MURRAY "JOE" "BreUity is the soul of wit." Hobby: Swimming, sports Bequest: A swimming pool Immediate Plans: Look for work Ambition: Be a forester NORMAN NADEAU "A youth there was with quiet ways." Hobby: Traveling Bequest: Good football material for "Buzz" Harvey Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: To own a new Oldsmobile Basketball. Intramural I: Baseball, Intramural I: Soft- ball I: Volley Ball I: Glee Club I, II: Economics Club III MAXINE NEALAND "MAX" "The great source of pleasure is variety." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: To go into the telephone office Ambition: To be a good telephone operator Volley Ball III: Junior 'Red Cross III. EDGAR NEVEU "MICKEY" "A good name is better thun a precious ointment." Hobbv: Reading Bequest: Teachers who keep on giving library slips Immediate Plans: To keep on working at drug store Ambition: Registered pharmacist May Day Festival I. NELLIE ELIZABETH NEWELL "BETTY" "Sober but not serious, quiet but not idle." Hobby: Hosteling Bequest: Wider book racks in the cafeteria Immediate Plans: Postlgraduate course Ambition: Laboratory technician French Club I: Dramatics Club III: Ski Club III: Senior Play Property Committee: Christmas Assembly I: Band II, III: Orchestra I, II. III: Music Festival II, III: Upper Ouarter. CHIN T. NGOON "Other friends may come and ao And we may like them heaps But somehow gou're the kind of friend We like to have for keeps." Hobby: Photography Bequest: New mattresses for wrestling and tumbling Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Engineer Volley Ball I: Usher, '40 Graduation: Publicity Com- mittee. Senior Play: Lunch Counter III: Tattler Re- porter I: Tusitala Staff, Associate Editor: A. A. I, II, III: Upper Quarter. PATRICK O'BRIEN, JR. "PACKY" A'Wises! man is to be simple, modest, and true." Hobby: Woodworking Bequest: Many interesting friends Immediate Plans' Work for General Electric Com an ' P Y Ambition: Electrical engineer . IRENE LOUISE OLENA "RENE" "Sweet as the primrose peeps beneath the thorn." Hobby: Dancing. horseback riding Bequest: Tables and chairs for pupils at lunch Immediate Plans: Hairdressing school Ambition: Beauty culturist Drill Team I. II: Glee Club III: Economics Club III: Art Club I: Music Festival I. KENDAII- OLIVER HKENNIEH "Theres a crying devil in his joyous laugh." Hobby: Hunting Bequest: More history books to Mr, White Immediate Plans: Vkfork with a tree surgeon Ambition: Become a tree surgeon Tumbling and Apparatus I: Economics Club III. RENA OLSON "SWEDE" "Huppz'mfss is a habz'I-eulfziialv il." Hobby: Swimming and skating Bequest: Material for new assemblies Immediate Plans: Nashua Business College Ambition: Office work History Club III: Cwlee Club III: Economics Club III: Junior Class Secretary. LILLIAN T. O'NEII,. "WILLY" "The dignity of tuomunhoodf' Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Chemical equipment Immediate Plans: Take a course in beauty culture Ambition: Beauty culturist HERBERT OUELLETTE "HERBY" "His art was second to no one's. Hobby: Painting, drawing Bequest: A football team to beat Central Immediate Plans: Work in shoe shop Ambition: Good artist Basketball, Intramural I: Baseball. Varsity III: Soft- ball I: Art Club I: Senior Play Publicity Committee: Tattler Staff, Art Editor III. LORRAINE PAGE "PAGIE" i'She loved whc1le'er She looked on, and her looks went everywhere." Hobby: Reading Bequest: Chewing gum machine Immediate Plans: Take a vacation Ambition: Private secretary Softball Captain I: Volley Ball I: Drill Team I: Glee Club I, II: Christmas Assembly II: Music Festival I: Junior Red Cross III: Press Club: Upper Quarter. FLORENCE G. PANAGOUSTAS "FI.OSSIE" "For u qooclfnattzred girl is loved best in the main." Hobby: Bowling Bequest: My social security Immediate Plans: Store work Ambition: Hairdresser Economics Club III: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club III. GEORGE D. PAPPADEMAS "PAPS" "Now, this is my idea." Hobby: Collecting stones Bequest: Ten-second bell before the end of period to tell us to get ready to leave Immediate Plans: Quoddy Village, Maine Ambition: Civil Service position in Washington Basketball. Intramural I: Business Manager, Senior Class: Senior Play III: Christmas Assembly I: Music Fes- tival I: Circulation Manager, Tattler Staff III: Assistant Editor. Tusitala Staff: Co-Chairman. Senior Dances III: Upper Quarter. GEORGE PAPPAGIANIS "PAPPY" "It takes a scrumptious man To git ahead er me." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Diplomat Basketball. Intramural I: Volley Ball I: Property Com- mlltfte. Senior Play: Reporter, Tattler Staff I: Upper Quarter. ANASTASIA PAPPAS "ANNA" "As gentle as a painted ship Upon a painted ocean." Hobby: Corresponding with foreign countries Bequest: Seniors with some ambition Immediate Plans: Enter business college Ambition: Work for wealthy women as private secretary VIRGINIA PARKINSON "PARKY" "O, sua it softly und say it gently." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: More assemblies Immediate Plans: Telephone operator Ambition: Telephone operator Economics Club III. IRVING PASTOR 'ADIAP' "His heart is nn lonely peak." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A swimming pool Immedme Plans: College Ambition: Merchant Manager, Intramural Basketball II: Economics Club III: Reporter, Tattler Staff: Assistant Editor. Tusilafu Staff: Usher, l94O Graduation. ANITA PAUI, "PAUI-IE" "Whatever there is to know, she knows it mituf' Hobby: Pen pals Bequest: Curtains that go up and down without break- ing Immediate Plans: Take a vacation Ambition: Aviatrix Cwlee Club I: Economics Club III: Press Club III: Art Club I: Christmas Assembly I: Upper Quarter: Second Prize, Elks Contest. 'WALTER PETERSON "PETE" "Plau up, plug up. and play the qzunef' Hobby: Sports Bequest: To Mr, White: more glowing students of my caliber Immediate Plans: Run for president Ambition: To get on the honor roll Football, Varsity I, II. III: Basketball, Varsity I. II. III: Baseball. Varsity III: Wrestling II, III: Softball I. III: Volley Ball II, III, CLAIRE PHANEUI7 MSHORTYN "Lei ull thy ronverse he S1-f7L'l'I'U. Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Chairs in the cafeteria Immediate Plans: Enter business college Ambition: Typist. hairdresser History Club III: Dramatics Club III: Home Eco- nomics Club III. CONSTANCE ANTONIA PI-IANEUF 'ACONNIEH "But still her lomfue ran on." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Carpets for the floors Immediate Plans: One year of college training Ambition: Become a nurse French Club II: Debating Club II: Dramatics Club II III: Press Club: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly II Home Economics Club II. IIQO PHANEUI7 "With promise ot' .strength and mtmhootl full cmd t'u1'r.' Hobby: Drawing Bequest: Better eating facilities Immediate Plans: Be a commercial artist Ambition: Io become a game warden Vwlrestling I, Il. Ill: Tuinbling and Apparatus I. II: Art Clttb I. ll, Ill: Illustrator. IIUSIIUIII Staff. PIliRRIl LUCIIZN PINET "LUCK" "And hott' I had the gift ot' tongues 1I.s lit-tt' nzen hut! bt't'ore." Ilobbyz Tennis and reading Iiequestz Nly memories Immediate Plans: 'lo turther my education Ambition: 'Io obtain a Civil Service appointment Izeonomics Club Ill: Senior Play Property Commit- tee: Iiusiness Manager, Tttttler StafI III: Upper Quarter. IlI2l.l2N C. PIPILAS sun' "SIM mlormmt t'L't't'Ll .stttuvtt .she either spoke or wrote upon hu the most .sptemltd uIotltu'm't'." Ilobby: Reading Bequest: lfunny books in the library Immediate Plans: A long vacation Ambition: Io be a secretary Debating Club I. II: Glee Club I. II: Economics Club III: Dramaties Club I. II. III: Press Club III: Home lieonomies Club Ili Secretary. Library Club I: Prompter, Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I, III: Assistant Busi- ness Manager I. Junior I,iterary Iiditor II. Associate Ed- itor III, Reporter l. Illtttler Staff, Assistant Iiditor, Tust- tttltt Staff: Upper Quarter. ARTHUR I.. POIVIBRIO 'POMP' "S'i'It'ntt' is more musttttl than cmtf song." Ilobby: I,ong distance swimming and auto racing Bequest: A court that will prove that teachers are some- times wrong Immediate Plans: Deep-sea diving Ambition: Deep sea diver Iootball. Intramural II: Basketball. Intramural II: Ilaseball, Intramural Il: Softball I, II: Volley Ball I, II: Senior Play Stage Committee. ARl.l2Nli DUROIHY PORTER "UNCAS" "Slide ts the dress of thought." Ilobby: Sports Bequest: Phones that donit need nickles Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Chemist lfrenrb Club I, Il: Cilee Club I, II: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club Ill: Ski Club III: Senior Play III: Music Ifestival I: Upper Quarter, ANNE PORUSTA "ANNIE" "In wit and purpose pour away despair' Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: Go away to school Ambition: Hairdresser s Softball I, II, III: Volley Ball I, II, III: May Fes- tival I. NATHALIE POTTER "NAT" "A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Chaise lounges for the study rooms Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Translator Basketball, Intramural I: French Club I, II: Glee Club I, II: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club III: Ski Club III: Music Festival I: Upper Quarter. PETER POWLOWSKY "KILLER" "As sure as a gun." Hobby: Raising pigeons, and target practicing Bequest: A swimming pool Immediate Plans: Work in machine shop Ambition: Own mink ranch Football, Varsity II, III, Basketball, Intramural II. THERESA PROVENCHER HTH "As good be out of the world as out of fashion." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: More salt in the soup Immediate Plans: Study dressmaking Ambition: Be a dressmaker Tennis, Intramural I, II, III: Softball I, II, III: Volley Ball I, II, III: Home Economics Club I, II, III. DOROTHY ELSIE QUIGLEY "DOTTY" "Friendship is purchased only by friendship." Hobby: Knitting Bequest: New heating system ' Immediate Plans: School Ambition: Laboratory technician Home Economics Club II, III. ROBERT RANDALL 'ACAPPYH "1-'rom lhe crowrz of his head lo the sole of his fool, he is all mirth." Hobby: ilihttmbing Bequest: More cars to work on in Shop lmmediate Plans: Work as .1 mechanic Ambition: To make a million ERNEST RANGAZAS HERNIEH "A modest athlete he." llobhy: Sports Bequest: liour years of pleasant memories lmmediate Plans: College Ambition: Civil engineer lfootball. Intramural 1, Il: Basketball, Varsity H, III' Baseball, Varsity l, ll, Ill: Softball, lntramural 1, Il: Yqolley Ball, lntramural 1, Il: Christmas Assembly I: Ialllvr Stall, Reporter l, Assistant Sports ljditor Il, Sports ljditor Ill: Upper Quarter. LILLIAN CAROLINE RAPSIS "LILLI" "A smile for all, a welcome glad A jovial, pleasing way she had." llolmby: Aviation Bequest: Two hot-dog stands and two Coca-Cola bars lmmeciiate Plans: NVork my way through college Ambition: lily my brothers plane Basketball, Intramural, Publicity Manager II: Dra- matics Club l, Il, lllg Secretary. Senior Class: Senior Play: Assistant liditor, 'l'usilaIa Staffg Usher, 1940 Grad- uation: Usher, Clee Club Concert lIl: Committee, Senior Dances: State Dramatics Contest lll. LUCILLE V. RAVENELLE .,LU,. "She was a phantom of delight When lirsl she uleanzeil upon my sight." Hobby: Cooking Bequest: Radio for study period Immediate Plans: lfind a job Ambition: Dietitian Volley Ball lll: History Club lll: Economics Club II. lll: Ciym liestival I, Il, lRllNll lf. RAYMOND 4'RllNlE" "l'oli1t-ness cosls nothing and gains everylhingf' Hobby: Drawing Bequest: Picture of typical high school girl Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: Dress designer Drill Team ll, lllg History Club Ill: Press Club III: Art Club l, Il. '- PATRYCIA REID "PAT" "I have a heart with room for joy." Hobby: Collecting stamps and miniatures Bequest: A complete dictionary for Miss Dowd Immediate Plans: Long rest from school Ambition: To teach geometry and biology Glee Club II, III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly II, III: Music Festival I, Il: Upper Quarter. PHILIP MCCLELLAN REILLY "PHIL" "Gentleman is written Iegihly on his brow." Hobby: Living Bequest: More lounges in the library and permission to use them Immediate Plans: A long rest Ambition: United States Air Corps Assistant Editor. Tusitala Staff. HUGUETTE V. RICARD "DEDE" "Innocent eyes and a disarming smile." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Soda fountains Immediate Plans: Take a vacation Ambition: Typist History Club III: French Club I, II: Debating Club II: Dramatics Club I, III. CONSTANCE MADOLYN RICHARDS "NEEKEE" "Red as cl rose is she." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Chairs for cafeteria Immediate Plans: Go in training to become a nurse Ambition: To be a nurse French Club II. WII-LIAM ROBBINS "WILL" "For his heart is like the sea Ever open, brave, and free." Hobby: Hunting, Hshing Bequest: More time for lunch period Immediate Plans: Work in a garage Ambition: Automobile mechanic Senior Play Stage Committee. Q ITSTHER ANN ROCK "ESS" "Grace was In ull her steps. heaven in her eye." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Thanks for everything Immediate Plans: Beauty culture school Ambition: Beautieian Home Ifconomics II: Reporter II, III, Tattler Staff: Assistant Ifditor. Tusilulu Staff. LUCY CECILE ROCK ULU., "All Gods Chlrlllll? yot rhythm." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Beautician Basketball, Intramural, Manager II. Assistant Mana- ger III: Softball I. II: Volley Ball I. II, III: Drill Team I: Home Economics Club II: Tuttler Reporter I. ROBERT W. ROCK "BOB" "There was u youth, and u well-beloved youth." Hobby: Music Bequest: Iiasy chair for Mr. Kilbane Immediate Plans: Continue work at diner Ambition: Be a great musician Wrestling I: Tumbling and Apparatus I: Softball I: Volley Ball I: Drill Team II. RUTH RODGERS "SHORTY" "Thy moa'es1y's u candle to thy merits." Hobby: Writing letters Bequest: Noiseless ventilators Immediate Plans: Get a good vacation Ambition: To get an "A" in math, Usher, Senior Play. NICHOLAS RODIS "NICK" "An all round athlete and scholar." Hobby: Baseball Bequest: Carload of bananas for the football team Immediate Plans: Rest Ambition: To travel liootball I, Il, III: Basketball II. III: Baseball I. II, III. Captain III: Junior Business Manager: Tuttler Staff Reporter III: Assistant Editor, Tusitalu Staff: Upper Quar- ter: Prophet. IEVIi ROTHENBERG UEVIE' "Better short cmd stueel lhrm Ionq :mtl It1x'." Hobby: Hosteling Bequest: I.unch tables and chairs Immediate Plans: Seeretarial work Ambition: Secretary Basketball. Intramural I: History Club III: Debating Club I, II: Vice-President. Dramatics Club II: Press Club III: Property Committee, Senior Play: Upper Quarter. ROGER ROUSSIZI, "BING" "Swing hi-gI7fSLL'll7tl low. Hobby: Singing Bequest: Memories Immediate Plans: Night club work Ambition: Successful singer Baseball. Intramural I: Tumbling and Apparatus II: Softball II: Tumbling Team II: Senior Play Ticket Committee: A. A. Sbow III. DOROTHY IORRAINF ROWEII, "DO'I'TY" "The reward of u thing well done is to have done it." Hobby: Tennis Bequest: Scooter for Mr. Slavin to answer telephone Immediate Plans: Business College Ambition: Private secretary Reporter I. Tulller Staff: Upper Quarter. CATHERINE MARY RUSSIjI.I, "A sweel uItrut'ltt'e html' of tlI'llLiL'.H Hobby: Sports Bequest: A swimming pool for the gym Immediate Plans: To graduate Ambition: Become a secretary Volley Ball Ilg Drill Team I: Home Economics Club I, ll, III. MARIAN JANE RUSSELL "Clothes make the woman." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: To Miss McClynn, pupils who arent tired at 2:30 Immediate Plans: Vifestbrook Junior College Ambition: To be a private secretary Basketball. Intramural I: Volley Ball I: Iirencb Club II: May Festival I. II. I5I.ORE'Ii'I'E DIANA ST. JEAN "FREDDY" "The mos! resplemlenl hair." Hobby: Corresponding Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Telephone operator Ambition: Hygienist Economics Club III: I.ibrary Club I: Home Club I, II. III. ARLENE E. SARGENT "BUCKY" "fl roual sport was she." Ilobhy: Sports Bequest: Thirty-Eve rooms for Mr. White's H dents to take tests in Immediate Plans: To get out of school Ambition: Aviatrix EDWARD SAVAGE "EDDIE" Economics istory stu- "Muhe the mos! of life you mau- Life is shorl and wears uwt1y." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A winning football team Immediate Plans: Sleep Ambition: Wcirk on W.P.A. Basketball, Intramural III: Baseball III: Sk CLARENCE E. SAWYER i Club III. "There was u murzhootl in his look- " Hobby: Baseball Bequest: Elevator Immediate Plans: Textile work Ambition: To go to school Basketball, Intramural I, II. MARY SAWYER "MARIE" "Joy rises in me like a summer morn. Hobby: Swimming. skating Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: Advance education Ambition: Radio work Economics Club III: Dramatics Club II, III: I, Talller Staff. Reporter .IOHN SCHIER "I7I.ASH" "The hes! mmf err. Hobby: Hunting and Hshing Bequest: A thousand chairs for students at recess Immediate Plans: Drive a truck Ambition: Midget auto racer Basketball, Intramural I. II: Volley Ball I, II. ROBERT SCOTT "SCOT'I'Y" "I lhoutjht ull for the beslf' Hobby: Doing nothing Bequest: To Mr. Sharpe: More students like John Bowen Immediate Plans: Commercial work Ambition: Accountant Tennis II: Economics Club III: Baseball Il, III. MARGARET R, SENECAI- "TERRY" "The Itqhl that lies In tuomun's eyes, Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Cushioned seats Immediate Plans: School Ambition: Be a success in my chosen field Basketball, Intramural ll, III: Tumbling and Appa- ratus II, III: Softball II, III: Volley Ball II. III: Tum- bling Team Il, III: Drill Team II: Cheerleader III, RAYMOND SEYMOUR "RAY" "A man he seerns of cheerful tfesterdatfs And confident tomormwsf' I-lobby: To collect material for bird and animal scrap- book: cooking Bequest: My name in school books Immediate Plans' To work in a restaurant Ambition: To become a chef Musical Eestival I. MYRON NELSON Sl-IARPE "MIKE" "Wht1te'er he did was done with so much eusef Hobby: Swing record collection Bequest: Larger desks and upholstered reclining chairs Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To be the author of a "best-seller" Cilee Club I: Dramatics Club III: Press Club: Senior Play: Assistant School Notes Editor II. Personals Editor III. Tuttler Staff: Assistant Typlst Tusttulrz Staff: Usher, 1930. 1940 Graduations. g .'lVI2l.YN 'l'HIiRIiSA SHIEA "RED" "Cit'nlIe ol speetla, IJt'nt'tit't'nI of n1r'r7tI." Ilobby: Skating Iiequestz A new beating system for Room II7 Immediate Plans: 'Iirain to be a nurse Ambition: Ilxeeome a nurse Secretary, Home lfconomics Club II, MARQQARPI' I'RANCI:S SIlliA HIVIICKIIIQII "lines of mos! unholtf Inlttuf' Ilobbyz 'liennis Bequest: Interesting scenery to loolt at in study room Immediate Plans: Cio in training as nurse Ambition: Io see the world l7i'eneb Club II: Dramaties Club III: Press Club III: Costume Committee. Senior Play: Talltler' Reporter III. l.OlS SHIil'ARD "SIIIlP" IIIfI7IhtlNILl.Sl77 is the lIotL'er of fun." Ilobby: Dancing Iiettuest: Shorter periods. less homework Immediate Plans: Iraining tor a nurse Ambition: U. S. Navy nurse Cilee Club I: Iiconomics Club III: Home Iiconomics Club III: Assistant Ifditor. IIILLSI-ItIItl Staff. .IOIIN SHIMKONIS ".lOIi" "'l'ht' num ol' .such tl qemul mood." Hobby: Sports Bequest: One lemon 3 Immediate llans: Join Army A, Xmbition: To be a professor of trigonometry at IVI.I.'I4. Iootball I. Il: Basketball. Assistant Manager II, Man- ger Ill MARION SIIOSIAK i'MAli" HtNIt'tlll7l'-SA rs the tI't1LL'I7Il7tl tflortf of LL'tll'l?Lll7hOtJtI.H Hobby: A good time Ijzequestz Pot holders tor the laboratory Immediate Plans: lake a vacation Ambition: Be wealthy l'reneIi Club II: Press Club III. l PETER SHURKUS "PETE" "For youth is youlh, and time will have if so," Hobby: Fishing Bequest: My sincerest good wishes Immediate Plans: Bask in the sun Ambition: Laboratory technician STELLA ANN SHURKUS "A judifzous friend is better lhun u zealous: you ure both." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Good heating system Immediate Plans: Secretarial work Ambition: To get an ofhcc position Home Economics Club I, II. RAY SIESICKI USEASICKH "A lad of metlle, a good boy." Hobby: Wrestling Bequest: Varnish for seats I wore out Immediate Plans: Relaxation Ambition: 550 a week Manager, Golf II: Wrestling II, III. ANNETTE SIMBERG "ANNE" "Cheerfulness is the sunny my of life," Hobby: Sports Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Go to business college Ambition: To be a secretary Economics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Upper Quarter. HELEN SIMOULIS "Short, but ful! of pep," Hobby: Sports Bequest: Larger cafeteria with tables and chairs Immediate Plans: Olhce work Ambition: Commercial artist French Club II: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Economics Club III. RICHARD SIMSES "DICK" "fl happy youlhf' Hobby: Ciasoline-powered model airplanes Bequest: An elevator to the third floor for chemistry stu dents Immediate Plans: College Ambition: 'I'o be a doctor Slti Club III: Senior Play: Tulllvr Reporter III. ROMEO AI.IiXANDIlR SINKERVITCH HZINKYH "Sports were nmdv for men .stzrh as he." Hobby: Butterflies Bequest: A race horse for Mr. Kilbanc Immediate Plans: R. C. A. I5. Ambition: Io write books Ifootball I. II, Honorary Captain III: Irafk I: Wrest ling I. II, Captain III: Drill Team. Captain I, II: Presi dent. .Iunior Class: A, A. Show I, II: '1.tlUlL'F Reporter III DOROTHY ANN SIROIS "DO'I"I'Y" "Shu dm7ce.s fit lo he thc partner of tl king." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Privilege of gum chewing Immediate Plans: Cio to beauty culture school Ambition: Beautician Cheer Leader III: Glee Club III: Economics III: Draf matics Club III: Music Ifestival I. JOHN SKIRKHY HSKIRKH "Ile Luottltl .soon Ile tIt'fIiL't'I't'tf from ull his lrottlnlesf' Hobby: Sports Bequest: New faculty Immediate Plans: Get plenty ol' sleep Ambition: Io get out of high school Ifootball, Varsity III. vnu tif ifowaizo siviairr evutiy' HiSiIJl7It'I!-17705 I sets um! ll7t'nlt.s I-Intl XIN'lIt'IlI'l7L'X I fest .st'l.s." I lobby : Photography l5L'CIlIL'SlI A pleasant memory Immediate Plans: Study photography Ambition: To be a news reel photographer Vifrestling II. III: Iunibling and Apparatus II. III. It RUTH LOUISE SMITH "SMITHY" "One would think her shy. Until one saw the twinkle in her eye." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Pupils with a sense of humor Immediate Pians: Obtain work in an oflice. Ambition: Become a secretary Glee Club I, II: Economics Club III: Christmas As- sembly I, II. MARY SMYRNIOS 'AMARIEH "She could be happy anyway." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Information booth for sophomores Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Air stewarcless Glee Club III: Dramatics Club II. III: Christmas As sembly III: Candy Committee, A. A. Show I: Ushers Committee, A. A. Show I: Home Economics Club II. ELIZABETH M. SPENCE "LIBBY" i'She is quiet, gentle. and .sedate As ci pal-first rate." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Automatic board erasers Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Secretary Basketball, Intramural I. II. III: Softball I, II, III Volley Ball I, II: Drill Team II: History Club III: Eco nomics Club III: Senior Play Property Committee III Upper Quarter. VIRGINIA STANTON "GINNY" 'AThere was music in her voice." Hobby: Art Bequest: A stapler that always works Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: To be a singer Glee Club III: Press Club III. FORREST M. STARKWIiA'l'HER "STARKY" "Anything worth doing at ull is worth doing well." Hobby: Chemistry Bequest: A set of traflic lights for corridor intersections Immediate Plans: Work Ambition: Chemical engineer Upper Quarter. FRANK P. STAWASZ, JR. "I-IUNKY" "On the stage he was natural, simple, affecting." Hobby: Art. zippers Bequest: A still better art department Immediate Plans: Get caught in draft Ambition: Become an artist Football, Varsity I, II: Basketball, Intramural I, II. III: Wrestling II: Dramatics Club III: Art Club I, II. III: Treasurer, Art Club I, II, III: Rifle Club I: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly III: To Bed To Bed Said Sleepy Head. CHESTER J. STECKEVICZ "CHET" "lt is harmful to no one to be silent." Hobby: Sports Bequest: All the teachers Immediate Plans: Work in a grocery store Ambition: Job connected with aeronautics Football, Varsity II: Basketball, Intramural II, III, SARA B, STEELE "SALLY" "For everyone she has a smile And made her school days all worth while." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Radio television system Immediate Plans: Keene Teachers' College Ambition: Teacher PRISCILLA STEVENS "PUSSY" "A cool mind works better." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Larger property box with needed props for future senior plays Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Author Debating Club I, II: Dramatics Club I. II, III: Press Club III: Co-chairman Property Committee, Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I: To Bed To Bed, Said Sleepy Head. Property Committee: Tattler Staff, Reporter I. Assistant Personals Editor I, II, Senior Literary Editor III: Izusitala Staff, Assistant Editor: State Dramatics Con- CCSI . VIRGINIA STEVENS "STEVE" "A soft uoice hespeaks a gentle manner." Hobby: Skiing Bequest: Mirrors for girls' room Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Buyer French Club II, III: Glee Club I. II: Dramatics Club II. III: Ski Club III. MAGARET MARY SULLIVAN "PEGGY" "Where there's music there can be no harm." Hobby: Singing Bequest: Swimming pool Immediate Plans: Cashier in bank Ambition: Vocalist Volley Ball, Intramural I: Drill Team I: Glee Club I II, III: Home Economics Club I, II, III: Christmas As- sembly I. II: Music Festival I: Gym Festival I. THERESA MARY SULLIVAN "SULLY" "Not too serious, not too gay- A very nice girl in every way." Hobby: Piano playing Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Go in training Ambition: Nurse Volley Ball, Intramural I: Drill Team I: Glee Club II Home Economics I, II: Usher, Senior Play: Music Festi val II: Tattler Reporter III. PHYLLIS SUSKEVICH "PHIL" "It must be right, to be quiet and liked." Hobby: Photography Bequest: Couches for the study halls Immediate Plans: Taking a post-graduate course Ambition: Secretary FRANCIS TAFE "DELER" "Oh, why should life all labor be?" Hobby: Swimming Bequest: More assemblies Immediate Plans: Fruit peddler Ambition: To travel Football, Intramural II: Wrestling III. SAMUEL TAMPOSI "SAM" "For a better friend look no further." Hobby: Aviation Bequest: Longer lunch periods Immediate Plans: Learn to fly Ambition: Go to the West Point of the air Tumbling Team I. IJLORENCE ARLINE TANGUAY "FLORENCE" "A sweet attractive kind of gracef Hobby: Sports Bequest: More assemblies Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Clerical office worker Ski Club III: Tattler Staff Reporter II: Home Eco- nomics Club II. III: Upper Quarter. IRENE TANGUAY "SHRIMP" "Once you'd met. You could never forget." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: No detention slips for being late for school Immediate Plans: Nashua Business College Ambition: Secretary or nurse French Club II: Junior Red Cross III. JAMES I.. TENNANT, JR. "JlMMIE" "Not much quantity but good quality." Hobby: Music Bequest: New geometry books Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Chemical engineer Tumbling and Apparatus I: Tumbling Team I: Debat- ing Club II, III: Senior Play: Band I. II. III: Orchestra I. II, III: Music Festival I. II. III: Tattler Assistant Per- sonals Editor II. Personals Editor III: State Dramatics Contest III: Upper Quarter: Class Orator. GEORGE T. TERRIEN "TUPPY" "Such popularity must be deserved." Hobby: Golf Bequest: Volume of my Latin translations Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Law, medicine Football. Varsity I. II: Basketball, Varsity I, II: Golf II. III: Debating Club II. President III: Ski Club III: Band I: Orchestra I: Music Festival I: Tattler Reporter I. Business Manager II. Editor-in-Chief III: Upper Quar- ICF. HELENE TIBBETTS "TIBBY" "Just a quiet friend to all." Hobby: Skating Bequest: Swing doors Immediate Plans: Business school Ambition: Stenographer Economics Club III: Ticket Committee, A. A, Show I. HEDWIDGE TODD "HEDDY" "1t's best to be quiet and still to be known." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Automatic paper-picker in cafeteria and hallway Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Medical profession Press Club III: Usher, Senior Play: Christmas Assem- bly I: Tattler Reporter I: Upper Quarter. EVELYN TRAVERS "EVY" "lt's nice to be natural, If you are naturally nice." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Swimming pool, handsome life-guards Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Clerical worker History Club III: Economics Club III: Senior Play. IIABIENNE C. TREMBLAY "PAY" "One must really know another person to fully understand her." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Huge lunch counter Immediate Plans: Go in training Ambition: Nurse French Club II: Usher, Senior Play: May Festival I, II: Upper Quarter. GERALD E. TREMBLAY "GERRY" "Happiness seems made to be shared." Hobby: Skiing. golf Bequest: Give each teacher a code for left-handed writers Immediate Plans: To go to New Hampshire University Ambition: Become an engineer and research expert Golf II, III: Ski Club, President III: Senior Play Costume Committee: Lunch Counter III: Band I: Orches- tra I: Tusitala Staff Assistant. RAYMOND L. TRIMBLE "RAY" "Men of few words are the best men." Hobby: Building gas models Bequest: New band uniforms Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Aeronautical engineer or orchestra leader Baseball Il: Christmas Assembly I: Band I, II, IIIQ Orchestra I, II, III: Music Festival I: Upper Quarter, PAULINE TUFTS "PUDGE" or "POLLY" "BushfuI und quiet and liked by all." Hobby: Eating apples Bequest: Cafeteria with comfortable chairs Immediate Plans: To get a job Ambition: Telephone operator Tatller Staff, Reporter II. MARCIEL TURCOTTE "TURK" "What rare I for tr1'lIes:"' Hobby: Sprawling in an easy chair Bequest: Box of toothpicks Immediate Plans: To work in a machine shop Ambition: To retire at 35 MARIA M. VACCA "She had no lime for noise, no! even hogs." Hobby: Drawing Bequest: Beautiful memory Immediate Plans: Go to art or music school Ambition: To be a musician Senior Play, Orchestra: Orchestra I, II, III: Music liestival III. IRENE S. VALLEY "VAL" "Quiet and willing to help." Hobby: Collecting interesting news articles Bequest: Fewer gum chewers Immediate Plans: Office work Ambition: To be an old maid Home Economics Club ll, lll. GIEORGIANA VANTINE UGEORGIEH "The hes! work in the world is done on the quiet." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Noiseless heating system Immediate Plans: Job with two vacations-six months each Ambition: Private secretary to the President Home Economics Club ll. III: Dramatics Club III: Press Club III: Reporter I, Taltler Staff. ANGELINE KATHERYN VASILAS "ANGIE" "A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the best of men." Hobby: Sports Bequest: Elevators Immediate Plans: Get out of school Ambition: Cosmetologist Basketball, Intramural I, III: Softball I, III: Volley Ball I, III: History Club III: Home Economics Club II, III. ARNIAND VILLENEUVE "CHUCK" "To amuse oneself is a wonderful feat." Hobby: Piano playing Bequest: A doll which will say "Yehoodi" when you press its stomach Immediate Plans: To graduate Ambition: To lead an orchestra Economics Club III. JAMES WALKER "RED" "He was always into mischief." Hobby: Skiing Bequest: Escalators for upper classmen only Immediate Plans: Join the Navy Ambition: To be an airplane mechanic in the Navy Track, Intramural II: Wrestling II: Ski Club III: Assistant Editor, Tusitala. BEVERLY E. WALTERS "BLONDIE" "Very attractive, and liked by all." Hobby: Art Bequest: A bulldog as mascot for the Sophomores Immediate Plans: Waitress Ambition: Advertising artist, interior decorator Basketball, Intramural III: Softball I, II, III: Volley Ball I, II, III: Co-Chairman Publicity, Senior Play: May Festival II. ELIZABETH MILDRED WARD "BETTY" "What an advantage it is to be tall!" Hobby: Sports Bequest: One-arm chairs in the cafeteria Immediate Plans: College Ambition: To become an expert in the field of business Costume Committee, Senior Play III: Candy Commit- tee, A. A. Show I: Usher Committee, A. A. Show I: Assistant Editor, Tusitala Staff III. MARY A. WARREN "WARRY" "I have no time for idle care." Hobby: Designing Bequest: Escalator system Immediate Plans: Take up designing Ambition: To be a designer NORMA M. WATERS "Give her a basketball to play with and she's happy." Hobby: Sports Bequest: A sun porch for study periods Immediate Plans: Working Ambition: Physical instructress Basketball, Intramural I, II, III. Captain I. Coach III: Manager. Tumbling Team II: Tumbling and Apparatus I, II, III: Softball I, III: Volley Ball I, II. III, Captain II: Physical Leader, May Festival I, II, III: History Club III: Economics Club III: Rifle Club I: Ticket Committee, Senior Play III: Upper Quarter. HAROLD W. WATSON "WATSON "Manners I possess that put my faults to rest." Hobby: Flying Bequest: Squadron of training planes Immediate Plans: Enter St. Anselm College Ambition: Professional pilot Rifle Club I, II: Tusitala Staff, Assistant Editor. MARY EILEEN WI-IELTON "MARIE" "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Hobby: Drawing Bequest: Larger art room Immediate Plans: Business College Ambition: Commercial artist History Club III: Art Club I. II: Senior Play Publicity Committee: A. A. Show Advertising Committee I, II. NORMA WIGGIN 3 "ARKANSAS" M "The part was antly fitted and naturally performed." Hobby: Traveling Bequest: Chairs for the cafeteria , Immediate Plans: Business college, Civil Service course Ambition: Foreign government representative : Economics Club III: Dramatics Club III: Senior Play: Upper Quarter. RITA ANNETTE WII-LETTE "BOOG-Y" "If it's fun you want, Rita's the one. Hobby: Tennis, skating, dancing Bequest: Elevators, and carts to carry our book Immediate Plans: Take a long summer vacation Ambition: To own and fly an airplane Senior Play Publicity Committee, ELIZABETH ROSE WINN "BETTY" "Her heart was young and gay." Hobby: Swimming Bequest: Non-skid wax for Hoors Immediate Plans: College Ambition: Medical secretary n s around Glee Club I, II, III: Dramatics Club II, III: Press Club III. ,- f ! .35 7 JOHN YARMO VICH I ' "JOHNNY" "Let the world slide." Hobby: Woodwork. building airplane models Bequest: A good football team Immediate Plans: Work as pin-boy Ambition: Be an airpilot BEATRICE H. YORK "BEE" "But O! She dances such a way." Hobby: Dancing Bequest: Red and green lights Immediate Plans: To work in an office Ambition: Oflice work Home Econtomics Club I, II. JOHN YOUNIS "YONNIE" "I'm fiying high." Hobby: Model airplane building Bequest: Less homework Immediate Plans: Work for the government Ambition: Become an aviator Tumbling I. RITA B. ZIBOIIS "She is Hobby: Crocheting "ZEE" huppq as lhe dag is long," Bequest: Comfortable seats Immediate Plans: Business college Ambition: Travel Basketball, Intramural I: Press Club III: Senior Play: Christmas Assembly I: Lunch Counter III: Assistant Edi- tor. Tusitalu Staffx Ciym May Iiestival I: Dramatics Club Ill: Upper Quarter. HELII'l'L!Ul7l' set-ms Hobby: Reading KALIROE zncos Q0 "KEI.I.Y" lu like lhe l7tlf7f7lf'gO'IllCkIl lypef' Bequest: New heating system Immediate Plans: A year's rest Ambition: Nurse Upper Quarter. . 11 nl. JZ L13 ff' 1 ffyllll 56- 4-:x,,x,Qx 'fe 'fiyyf x 0 - ffrz, -- , mi-fff14,'gf f self?" N ff ' ' - ' . .,x f 1, y -'GY' LT is P . Q ,yi KW! 1 ' . ,hs , f' '41 3 X' , 'N-zQnf'1ftW X 1 I X X X xl A ' W, w 7 , f r I , lfffy f E Ziff!! , 1 Ni -""f1'fh' 'fi 5 c' " 0 we ith t'ff-n'Q , ff V K Y X 10 fQy. Jgr, w 2' 3,-1 i' -f1,jZ':,.4Q-,'f',9'5'w ,T CLASS LJISTOQY September, 19 3 8 November 22, 1939 March, 1940 May 3, 1940 June 12, 1940 October 12, 1940 November 16, 1940 February 14, 1941 December 13, 1940 February, 1941 April 15, 1941 iaay 6, 1941 As sophomores we entered this beautiful school, the first class to complete our course under the 6-3-3 plan, We elected our Junior officers. Our ofiicers chose the class rings, and it wasn't long before all the students were wearing them. Junior Promf Our Reception was certainly a beautiful sight with the girls in their formal dresses and the boys in their blue jackets and White trousers. We elected our Senior officers. On these dates we put on three very successful evening dances for the school. What a Life! The great night for everyone in the class, actor, actress, usher, committee worker, and the audience. We voted for the Tusitala Staff. Upper Quarter! At last we knew that Doug- lass Esten was our Valedictorian, and we speed- ily elected James Tennant Class Orator, and Ernest Barry, Elaine Colburn, Virginia Dowd. and Nick Rodis Class Prophets. This was the day for all our fellow classmen to exercise their skill at giving an extempo- raneous speech for the Noyes Medal Contest. June 4, 1941 June 3, 1941 June 18, 19, 20, 1941 Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite "Thea Book ...r..r. Magazine r,,. Movie ,..,..r Actress ...,.. Actor i....i.,.....,,.,... Radio Performer ,.r,.. Song of the Year ..,., Sport .,,,i.........,.. Spot in Nashua ..... Orchestra r,.........,...,i....... Many students tried out for the Dodge Contest -the girls writing on biological subjects and the boys on colonial New Hampshire. "Everyone smile now." We had our class pic- ture taken in the school yard. Finally we reached the last milestone in our high school years-Graduation Week-then the fu- ture. Choice of '4I" Gone Wz'th the Wind Life Men of Boys' Town Bette Davis Spencer Tracey Jack Benny Amapola Football The Rose Bud Glenn Miller Most Admired American Woman , . Most Admired American Man Mrs. Roosevelt ., President Roosevelt AIULILTICS The Class of 1941 has the distinct honor of possessing the first group of athletes to enter and complete the three year high school term under the new 6-3-3 system. We point with pride to the many athletes of our class, who, along with their hard work and daily toil, have willingly labored to give this school some of its Hnest records in the long history of Nashua High School athletics. Owing to the change in the school system our class participated in only three years of varsity sports. However, this disadvantage did not keep a great number of athletes from establishing some formidable records. The Class of 1941 first hit the sport limelight in the fall of our sopho- more year when three able members of the 1941 class, although only sopho- mores, established a name for themselves on the gridiron. They were "Nick" Rodis, Romeo Sinkervitch, and "Ray" Jarvais. These boys played an im- portant role in the thrilling 19 to 13 victory over a strong Lowell eleven, and that victory successfully climaxed a great season which saw the Royal Purple grid team end with five victories, two defeats, and a single tie. Our class was not represented on the varsity basketball team of 1938- 1939, but boys being groomed for later success on the basketball floor were John Kis- sell, "Bob" Gardner, Walter "Pete" Peterson, "Nick" Rodis, Romeo Sinker- vitch, 'lCharlie" Cannon, ex-'41, "Ray" Jarvais, and George Terrien. All these boys played on the Junior Varsity five that year. The 1939 Nashua High School baseball team was one of the finest ever oroduced here. The team dropped only one game, and claimed the state cham- pionship. Playing a leading role at his left-field post that year was hard- hitting "Nick" Rodis. Also on the squad were "Bob" Gardner, a dependable second sacker who saw considerable service, and "Ernie" Rangazas, a pitcher. Although only sophomores, "Jim" Coughlin and 'lBill" Kirkpatrick were important cogs in the successful 1938 Cross Country season. On the state championship golf team of 1939 we ind one member of our class, namely Howard Bickford. McCutcheon, Coughlin, Keniston, and Kirkpatrick showed promise of be- coming future track stars. Our class was represented on the 1939 football squad. On that team were "Nick" Rodis, one of the finest guards ever to play on a local high school eleven, Romeo Sinkervitch, the driving back, "Eddie" Garneau, the little signal-calling dynamo, "Ray" Jarvais, backfield star, HBob" Kilbane, a fast, scrappy end, John Kissell, giant tackle, and Walter 'lPete" Peterson. John Kissell, through his steady improvement and his sturdy line play, was named All-State second team tackle. Romeo Sinkervitch, Nashua's backfield ace, had a great season, and he was regarded as the hardest hitting fullback in the state. The basketball season saw the second varsity team composed of five mem- bers of our class: "Al" Britton, a consistent point getter, at center: Roger Chan- tal, ex-'41, and "Bob" Gardner at the forward positions: and John Kissell and "Walt" Peterson as guards. These boys helped to send the team to the lnter- scholastic Tournament in Durham, where the team, after romping over West, lost to Manchester Central in the semi-final round. The lettermen elected Roger Chantal, ex-'41, to captain the 1940-41 basketball five. On the baseball team of 1940 we find "Nick" Rodis, shifted to first base from left field, really going to town with a terrific .500 batting average. We also had "Bob" Gardner, star second baseman, and "Ernie" Rangazas, who did some pitching for the nine. The following track stars earned the coveted "N" during the 1940 track season: Henry lVlcCutcheon, who through his many accomplishments in the state meets earned a place on the All-State team: Keniston, who placed well in the hurdles, broad jump, and high jump: and Coughlin and Kirkpatrick, who ran the half mile and the mile respectively. McCutcheon was chosen to lead the destinies of the 1941 track, and he certainly earned this honor. The bulk of the golfers who won the state championship in 1940 were from our class. "Jim" Everett, Jr., George Terrien, Howard Bickford, Gerald Tre-mhlav. and Arthur Devlin all earned golf letters. "Jim" Everett, Jr., a dependable golfer and a grand leader, was elected to lead the golfers in pursuit of their third straight championship in the following year. In our senior year our athletes reached their peak as they almost com- pletely made up the roster of the three major sports. Before the start of the football campaign "Nick" Rodis, our all-round athlete. was chosen to captain the eleven. This honor gave Rodis two captaincies, for he had alrendv been chosen to lead the 1941 baseball club the previous spring. The work of our class athletes during the football season of 1940 was nothing short of sensational. "Nick" Rodis led the team in grand style. "Big John" Kissell played a stellar game at tackle and for the second year in succession was honored with a posi- tion on the All-State team, only this year he was promoted to the Iirst team. "Bob" Kilbane, one of the finest ends ever to wear the colors of the Royal Pur- ple, performed brilliantly throughout the season. Of the four backfield start- ers who opened the season, onlv one remained intact throughout the cam- paign. That one was little "Eddie" Garneau. Garneau had a great all- around year, but we single out especially his amazing defensive play throughout the tussles. "Bob" R. Smith. playing his first varsity football, broke into the starting lineup and plaved a bang-up game in the line at all times. "Bobby'3 Gardner at times sparkled with sensational open field running. "Ray" Jar- vais was severely injured in the Keene game and his services were lost to the team for the remainder of the season. However, he starred in all the four games which he played, and his loss was certainly felt. "Jim" Everett, Jr., and "Charlie" Cannon, ex-'41, both saw considerable action and earned letters as a result of their season's play. Paced by seven seniors, the 1940-41 basketball team was one of the most powerful to represent the Royal Purple for many a year. Owing to the absence of Roger Chantal from school this year the team was faced with the problem of naming a new captain. The man chosen was "Big John" Kissell, also our football star. Kissell's team spirit proved to be a real asset. The 1941 basket- ball team had a successful year and the season was climaxed with an invitation to the state interscholastic tournament. Here the boys went to town, only to lose a heartbreaker to Manchester Central, our perennial nemesis, in the finals. "Boy" Britton, the Nashua ace and high scorer, was named on the All-State five and thus brought to a close one of the most brilliant individual records ever established by a local high school court performer. "Bob" Gardner, a scrappy forward of much ability, and 'AWalt" Peterson, who was just about the finest all-around man on the squad, made up a formidable forward line. John Kis- sell's defensive play stood out, and his play-making tactics led to many a basket. "Ernie" Rangazasx played well at times, and "Nick" Rodis and "Charlie" Cannon, ex-'41, proved to be real threats especially in their Work off the board. l'Ray" Kelley, a transfer from Corriden, Indiana, thrilled the crowd with his mid-western type of play. I Though at this writing candidates for the various spring teams have not been called, everything points to a successful season for all seniors in the base- ball, track, golf, and tennis teams. In baseball, Captain "Nick" Rodis will again be at first base: Gardner should have another good season at second: and "Ernie" Rangazas will be in there pitching. There is also a possibility that a few more seniors will break into the ball club lineup. Led by Captain McCutcheon, the track team should have another good season, and McCutcheon, Kirkpatrick, Keniston, and Coughlin have a good chance of earning all-state awards. "Charlie" Cannon, ex-'41, who was on the track squad last spring, may develop into a potent point getter in the weight events. ' "Jim" Everett, Jr. will try to lead his golfers to their third straight cham- pionship, and with such big-time golfers as Bickford, Tremblay. Terrien, Dev- lin, and "Jim" himself, we cannot see how they can possibly missl "Ray" Labombarde, captain, Elie Labombarde, and Robert Scott will make up the 1941 tennis team. In conclusion we wish to pay tribute to the men who taught our athletes the fundamentals of the various sports and have thus formed a firm foundation for many a successful career. First we pay deserved tribute to "Pete" Ches- nulevich, the number one young mentor in the state, for his unselfish efforts in coaching the three major sports. For the past six years Chesnulevich has ac- complished in impressive fashion the immense task of coaching three major sports in one of the state's leading high schools. The success of this former Boston College great seems even more impressive when we realize that he has been faced with the problem of instructing in three sports instead of the usual one. He has striven to instill in us athletes the meaning of sportsmanship and clean sport. Some of the athletes who have graduated from Nashua High dur- ing the past years have established amazing college careers for which credit must go to Coach Chesnulevich. Every boy who comes in contact with him is influ- enced by his Winning personality and fine traits of character, and we shall never forget what he has done for the athletes of the 1941 Class. An equally fitting tribute goes to Webster White, whose untiring efforts have produced some of the finest- track stars in the state. A word of praise is also due Mr. Tracey and the faculty managers of the various sports, including Mr. Keefe, Mr. Kilbane,gMr. Morley, and Mr. Lee, who in the past few years have made Nashua High ath- letics what they are today. We, the Class of 1941, shall never forget our Athletesg they played the game hard but clean-Like True Everyday Champions. ERNEST RANGAZAS. 4' Through modesty. our athletics editor has failed to mention his fast and deceptive dribbling and his accurate shooting. He also excels on the baseball diamond where he throws them across the plate with a mean curve. He was Nashua High's outstanding pitcher last year and ended the season with three wins and no losses for a perfect pitching percentage of l.000. ALBERT BRITTON 5- . 1941 LETTER MEN 4 ' 5 f .IQ A 5 fav fa 5- ' iq '-ff:-. W + ra S ti Y ':..- 1 if ii ' ?.-5-1-S : 'yells 4? ' T' at 'T J A E.: .E v D Q'--A 'gf --..-::'-,.Ly+'9'f.' -' -:T-,, D 04 DQAMATICS THE SENIGR PLAY What a Life? Did you say What a Life? Yes, folks. on Friday, December l3, the Senior Class presented Clifford C1oldsmith's popular play, What a Life. A record of the play's success in Hollywood as well as on Broadway was well known to the pupils, and, there- fore, the night of the presentation was awaited with great eagerness. Acting as a further stimulant, the Publicity Department tried its best to interest the school in this play by putting on a What a Life quiz and other little skits referring to the play, and with the Ticket Committee, because of the grand way in which it cooperated and furthered the sale of tickets, was really responsible for the large audience that attended the performance. What cz Life itself portrays typical high-school life and co-starred our own Jimmie Tennant as that lovable and mischievous Henry Aldrich, and Rita Zibolis as Barbara Pearson, Henry's heartthrob, while George Pappademas, in the role of that bragging bully, George Bigelow, gave Henry a little competi- tion by "keeping his eye" on Barbara. Playing the part of the worry-laden principal, Mr. Bradley, was William Moller, and Mrs. Aldrich was played by Norma Wiggin, while Myron Sharpe. as the understanding assistant principal, and Eleanor Davis, as the principal's invaluable secretary, presented the necessary romantic touch. Joseph Eloyd as Mr. Patterson CHenry's enemyj, Melba Dachos as that crabby Miss Eggleston, Lillian Rapsis as Miss Pike, and Eileen Clifford as Miss Johnson, the enthusiastic gym instructor, gave us a splendid performance as teachers in the Central High School. A mystery element in the play Cwhen the band instruments were stolenj brought that hilarious Donald Holbrook onto the stage, acting as Mr. Ferguson. a detective from Police Headquarters who, with the help of Miss Wheeler, the music teacher Csuccessfully played by Carol Babbittij, found the instruments in a pawnshop. Erank Stawasz in the role of Mr. Vecchito, the Italian parent, gave us some splendid acting with dialect, and Nellie Misiaszek as Gertie, the ticket seller, Evelyn Travers as Mary, a pupil, and John Bowen as the persistent Bill Cwho thought he had the solution to the mysteryj, all deserve praise. Then. too, Mary Elizabeth Barker, Estelle Dutton, Sylvia Harkaway, Jane Johnson, Alis Maclnnis, Patrvcin Reid, Constance Phaneuf, Raymond LaBombarde, Roger Chamard Cthe hair-pulling gum chewerj, Frank Hall, and Richard Simses, as the students, filled the parts with true-to-life acting. As usual, there are people and committees that remain in the background, yet it is only with their help that the show is put on. So to the Casting Com- mittee we say, "You did a swell job"3 to the Property, Costume, and Stage Committees we say, "We couldn't have gotten along without you": to the Pro- gram and Usher Committee we can truly say, "You looked lovely and were very helpful": to Helen Pipilas and Arlene Porter Cwho acted as promptersj we say, "Thanks for your cooperation": and to our beloved maestro, Mr. Wilson, we say, "Your orchestra sounded like a million!" But to Miss Elizabeth F, Cornell goes our sincerest "Thanks," for she unsellishly sacrificed all her free time so that our play would be a success. Or- chids by the dozens to you, Miss Cornell, and may the senior classes in the future have the good fortune of having you as their coach. Of course, the play has been almost forgotten because of the other im- portant activities going on, but in the years to come, while reminiscing, this review will help us to recall the fun we had as seniors and the thrilling and successful senior play that our class put on. STELLA HOLAK. DRAMA DAY ENTRY On April 18 the traditional Drama Day play was presented in assembly. This year's choice was a comedy, "Circumstances Alter Cases," by Ruth Gior- loff. The plot centered around a widow and an admirer, co-starring Eleanor Davis as the young and attractive widow and William Moller as the middle- aged Stephen Everett who planned to marry Eve. Eve's problem son Don fwho objected strongly to this marriagej was played with utmost success by our "popular starlet," James Tennant: Maggie, the Hamilton's maid, was played by Priscilla Stevens: Stephen's daughter Betty fthe cause of Don's change of mindj was portrayed by our petite Geraldine Hartigan: while Lillian Rapsis acted as general student assistant and prompter. The play was a howling success at our assembly, and from reports, it left just as pleasant an impression on the audience when it was presented at the Drama Day Festival on Saturday, April 19, at Manchester West High School. STELLA HOLAK. i? t- S-1' 'm attress ' 48613 5 qu? lo . 13: C ,CB 5251 A eg -' ali ,I rs-"'2-mrffn ,,4 . ' B11 . 3 '- 1 ji l -1 - . -- at We, the Class of 1941 with our great I. Q. Clncessant Quibblingj with the consent of CPM COther Phanatic Moronsj and TNEC CTusitala Num- skulled Editors' Cooperationj being of sane mind but still wondering Who's Yehudi, do draft this last will, testimony, alimony, and money for defense Cde fence in the back yardj. We do appoint as executor Charles "Buzz" fWaz you dere Charlie? And if you wasn't why weren't you?D Harvey, D.R.D.P. and B.B. CDoctor of Razzle Dazzle Plays and Bulging Bicepsj. We bequeath the following: I To Mr. Tracey and the Board of Education, permission to eradi- cate mid-year exams-flu or no flu. II To Mr. Nesmith, a Neon sign outside of the office to keep the stu- dents informed about assemblies and thus avoid crowds in the oilice. III To Mr. Keefe, our very capable sub-master, a cavalcade of mounted A'stooges" to patrol and keep clean the corridors and to carry out all his orders. IV To Miss Dale, a larger oflice with a secretarial force which will help her to take care of her problem children. V To Miss Barnes, a senior class that will enjoy reading C1ayley's Classic Myths. VI To Miss Bingham, pupils who will know where Mount Washing- ton is. ' VII To Miss Brooks and Miss Gallagher, the permission to give the oncoming classes the fruits of their experiences. VIII To Mr. Burnkrant, a book of Who's Who in Nashua High. IX To Miss Genevieve Campbell and Miss Tsiantas, a lie detector to test the excuses which students give for everything. X To Mr. Caniield, enough money for transportation charges to send his car to Smlthsonian Institute. XI To Miss Clancy, a full-fledged butler to get her lunch every day. XII To the Class of '43, private secretaries to do their onerous tasks --namely homework and tests. XIII To Miss Coffey and Mr. Pendleton, a theorem for .trisecting an angle. XIV To Miss Cornell, another "Henry Aldrich." XV To Miss Cote, an automatic student ticket distributor for the Community Concert Association. XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI XXII XXIII XXIV XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXI XXXI I XXXIII XXXIV XXXV XXXVI XXXVII XXXVII I XXXIX XL XLI XLII XLIII XLIV XLV To Miss Cramer, a Tusitala that doesn't have to be edited. ' To Mr. Dion, a book entitled "How to Win, Influence, and Please Sophomore Boys." To Miss Dionne, a zoo and aquarium in which to leave biological specimens when not using them. A To Miss Dolan, the latest modern cooking conveniences Ccanned goodsj. To Miss Dowd, a book in child guidance, to aid her in raising more and better Seniors. To the entering sophomores, copies of Rules and Regulations of Nashua High. Miss Glen, our dietitian, an automat. To To Miss Hamel and Mr. Littlefield, a set of sound-proof showers for their students who like to exercise their vocal cords. To Mr. Harvey, rubber mud-guards for his car. To Mr. Hatch, moving pictures to illustrate the ethics of physics Cand besides you can sleep better in the darkj . To Miss Hills and Miss Kagarise, a knitting machine to avoid head- aches caused by drafting girls to knit. ' To Miss Hoitt, a private library for her overflowing cornucopia of reference work. To the janitors, stepless stepladders for washing cellar windows. To the junior English teachers, a source theme corrector so that pupils will not have a long wait to get them returned. To Mr. Kilbane, a box of Dr. Twinklepuss' reducing pills. To Mr. Lee, a law court to try the misdemeanors of his classes. To the Manual Arts Department, a class of girl mechanics. To Miss McGlynn, pictures of presidents inscribed with the years of their term instead of the class that donated them. To Mr. Morley, a pair of smoked glasses to hide those twinkling blue eyes. To Mrs. Nesmith, a roomy oflice with rich red carpeting and a gold knocker on the door. To Miss Noyes, a large placard with the following words written in black letters on a white background, "Specific examples and Concrete illustrations." To the oncoming seniors, redcaps to carry their extra books. To Mr. Paquette, one hundred cartons of Wheaties to pep up the cheer leaders and the crowd at football games. To Mr. Phaneuf, a special class of ingenious chess players. To Mr. Sharpe, a secretary who will voluntarily send away for the economics material he desires. To Mr. Slavin and Mr. Kennedy, drills to dig out chemicals from the glass containers. To the sophomore English teachers, a slang book so that they will know what the students are talking about. To Miss Frances Sullivan, a rumpus room for all those Romeos and Juliets who come to the library under false pretenses. To Miss Mae Sullivan, a group of happy, laughing girls at grad- uation. To the typewriting teachers, an automatic machine which will de- termine margins and tabulations for the sophomores who find that task irksome. XLVI To Miss Walstrom, polka dot, plaid, and checked paint. XLVII To Mr. White, a few Supermen to strengthen his great track team. XLVIII To Mrs. Williams, a silver-toned, chromium-plated set of chimes to draw her classes to attention. XLIX To Mr. Wilson, more Gene Krupas, Benny Goodmans and Tom- my Dorseys to pep up the symphony. Done this nineteenth day of June, Anna Dominoes one thousand nine hun- dred and forty-one, to be recognized by the Missing Heirs Court, Supreme Court, Circuit Court, District Court, Juvenile Court, and Tennis Court. We sign, seal, censor, and deliver this Last Will and Testament. CLASS OF '41. Witnesses: 'YAHOODL THE LITTLE MAN THAT WASN'T THERE, NOBODY,S BABY. A I W 1 Dw- INFORMAL SNAPSHOTS INFORMAL SNAPSHOTS ,Q UQ. INFORMAL SNAPSHOTS INFORMAL SNAPSHOTS ix I 1 .4 'E it CLASS DQODLHQCY Former students and faculty, to tell you that we have assembled here to hear the revealing of the future, that is not news: but to tell you that we have the rare privilege of being in the studio during a radio broadcast, that is news. If you were still pupils, I might have to ask you to keep silent during the broad- cast, but now that you are graduates-almost-of the most famous Nashua Senior High School, Iyknow all will have the courtesy to maintain absolute silence. I thank you. fSound of a cowbell off stage, and then the curtains open revealing the prophets dressed as the Whiz Kids.D ROBERT HAZEN: Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and Seniors. Once again the makers of Jimmie Tennant's Extra-High-Test Anti-Insomnia, Triple-A coffee, with the added octane, present to you that talented trio of unsurpassable wit and wisdom, that team of terrific intellectuals, those three tots of tremendous knowledge, the Whiz Kids! I I CHolds up applause placard, smiles, and bows.J Ladies and gentlemen, we want you to try Tennant's coffee. We know it is good, and we want you to know it. An unsolicited letter from Ray- mond Biathrow, the rollerskating champion of the world, says in part, "Tennant's Coffee was invaluable to me in aiding me to set my world's record of rollerskating four hundred consecutive hours." This proves something! And now, the Whiz Kids! This program, as you all know, is entirely unprepared and unrehearsed. The answers are entirely spontaneous. All references to persons living or dead are purely coincidental. And now here is Joe Delly, himself. CApplause placard.j JOE DELLY: Thank you, ladies and gentlemen. Tonight for our Whiz pro- gram we have with us eight-year-old Gerald Darard, 12-year-old Cynthia Dowd, and ll-year-old Somnia Colburn. CThey bow as names are read.j The first question tonight was sent in by Claire Bissonette, owner of the Napoleon Plea Circus, who asks, "Who was the star of the motion picture, 'The Thin Man' ?" I see a faint sign of intelligence on the face of' our youngest contestant, eight-year-old Gerald Darard Calias Ernest Barryj. Would you like to try the question, Gerald? GERALD DARARD: Is it John Aloysius Bowen, the women's idol? JOE DELLY: Yes, that's correct, but can anyone answer this question Sent in by Robert Brenner, the senator from New York? Mr. Brenner writes, "What three stars are now touring Europe as the famous Trapeze Trio?" g CYNTHIA DOWD: Melba Dachos, Dorothy Munton, and Estelle Dutton. .IOE DELLY: Right! Now we have a question sent in by Phyllis Donnelly, owner of a motorcycle corporation. Miss Donnelly asks, "Who are the new Army hostesses at Fort Nasharmay?" SOMNIA COLBURN: Ruth Kenney and Elizabeth Leach. JOE: Good! Edward Desmarais and Robert Coleman, famous handicappers, would like to have you name the jockey who rode Sparkplug to victory in the recent Kentucky Derby. CYNTHIA! Kendall Oliver. DELLY: All right. The next question submitted by Patrick McLaughlin, teach- er of United States history at Nashua, reads: "What has happened to Clar- ence Sawyer?" GERALD: Mr. Sawyer left this planet three weeks ago and has been unheard of since. Perhaps this accounts for the recent sun spots. DELLY: Harold Watson and Robert Kirkpatrick, famous advertisers for a false moustache company, ask what Barbara Lynn and Stella Holak are doing. SOMNIA: They are columnists for Anne Porusta's newspaper, the Nashua Ga- zette. DELLY: George Jalbert, a flagpole-sitter, writes, "Who is Joseph Eloyd's part- ner in his tap-dancing team?" GERALD: Lorne Goggin is the other half of the famous 'flight-as-air" dancers. DELLY: Eileen Clifford and Margaret Shea, heart specialists, want you to identi- fy the following celebrities: Doris Hargreaves and Iona Jordan- CYNTHIA: African explorers. DELLY: Ruth Smith and Lillian Rapsis- CYNTHIA: Ambassadors to China and Siam. DELLY: Norma Miller and Arlene Porter- CYNTHIA: The only women pilots in the United States Army. DELLY: Absolutely rihtl Now here is a question from three dairy CDerryj farmers, George Kitchener, Roger Beaucher, and Arthur Pombrio. These hard workers ask you to name a famous racing expert. SOMNIA: Sidney Clarkson. He is guarded by secret service detectives Mary War- ren and Beverly Walters. DELLY: John Yarmolovich, head of the International Bowlers' League, writes in to ask: 'Who recently set a new world's high-jumping record?" GERALD: Leo Dumont set a new record of seven feet, one and eleven-sixteenth inches. DELLY: Olive Burns and Lorraine Page, co-inventors of the Olive-Page magic back-scratcher, ask who the inventor of the automatic note-writer is. SOMNIA: Do you mean Robert Farland, the one who invented one for his own use? DELLY: Yes, that's correct. But can anyone answer this puzzler sent in by Elie Labombard, the champion skier: "Name three chorus girls at Mary Elizabeth Ashe's nightclub, The Rhumbaf' CYNTHIA: Barbara Bernard, Pauline Berube, and-oh yes!-Carol Babbitt. DELLY: Good! Now, Gerald, can you tell Mary Whelton, a housewife in the Bronx, who the owners of the Royal Blue Stables are, and why their horses don't win more often? GERALD: Marcelle Turcotte, Peter Shurkus, and Armand Levesque are the own- ers of the stable. Their horses do' not win because three horses finish ahead of them. DELLY: Remarkable! It's really amazing to hear the intelligent answers of this eight-year-old tot. Alice K. and Alice M. Moran, waitresses at An- gie's Curb Service, operated by Angelo Chouramanis, ask for what Joseph Aksilowicz and Bill Geddes are famous. CYNTHIA: These two are the life guards at Tahiti who once saved the life of Margaret Sullivan, a multi-millionaire. DELLY: Right, Cynthia. Patrycia Reid, singer and dancer with Maria Vacca's All-Girl orchestra, submits the following: "With what or whom do you associate the slogan, 'Six for a dime-call any time' ?" 9 SOMNIA: That is the slogan of Wilfred Gagne and Maurice Desmarais, photogra- phers for high school graduates. DELLY: The next question was sent in by Roger Roussel, Master of Ceremonies at Irving Pastor's Casa Manana. "Who is the lightweight champion of the boxing world?" GERALD: Lucien Pinet is the lightweight champion. DELLY: Good! That was really a sticker. V Now who can answer the follow- ing sent in by Albert Gureckis and David Hamblett, painters for Clayton Anderson's Camouflage Company? They want to know if you can name four competitive fish peddlers. SOMNIA: Elaine Levesque, Laurette Duhamel, Dorothy Quigley, and Lucille Bazinet. DELLY: Correct! Raymond Avard, painless dentist, asks what Betty Barker and Barbara Halgren do. CYNTHIA: They test the elasticity of gum for Wrigley, along with Helen Pipilas and Sara Steele. DELLY: My, but these youngsters are certainly living up to their name of Whiz Kids tonight! They haven't missed a queston-yet. Well, let's see if they can answer this query of Chin Ngoon, photographer for the Shanghai Friday Evening Post. Mr. Ngoon writes, "Who are the Famous Four?" GERALD: The Famous Eour are Robert Scott, Robert Rock, Philip Reilly, and William Robbins. They are famous explorers who are seeking to find the island of Atlantis in the Paciiic. DELLY: Eine! Now can you tell Marjorie Donnelly and Gertrude Covey, English teachers at Einbone University, whom they would have to con- tact if they wanted to be married? SOMNIA: They would have to see a nearby justice of the peace-either Alis Mac- Innis, or Betty Boggis, or Evelyn Christie. DELLY: Phyllis Suskevich, third assistant to the fifth assistant of the vice-presi- dent of the New Hampshire Federation of Telephone Operators, writes to ask: 'AWho are the authors of 'Diaries of Siamese Twins' ?" GERALD: The authors of this current best seller are Douglass Esten and Edward Emerson. DELLY: That was quite an easy question to answer, but let's see what you can do with this one sent in by Wilfred Bourgault and Paul Bleau, shoestring salesmen for Edward Elwell's Non-skid Boots. They want you to tell whether this statement is right or wrong: Paul Lipnick and Norman Clark are co-owners of the New York Yankees. CYNTHIA: Right. DELLY: Correct! Our next question comes from Lucy Rock, band leader with the United States Army Band. Miss Rock wants to know with what occupation the following are connected: Charlotte Cox, Margaret Morris, Betty Dwyer. CShort pause in which all look blank.j Don't you know? Well, I'm sorry but I'll have to tell you. They are seamstresses. That makes one missed so far. Perhaps you can redeem yourselves on this question of the poultry farmerettes, Julia Krewski and Virginia Dowd. They ask what new occupation was introduced by Madeline Glidden and Eve Rothenberg. SOMNIA: They are insect exterminators specializing in biped specimens. DELLY: Now your normal brilliance is returning! Margaret Griflin, girls' physical instructress at Slippery Rock Teachers' College, sent us the next question: "What happened to the Pinkerton Agency of Detectives?" GERALD: It has been taken over by Arthur Lessard and Roger Chamard. They use the conventional Rover Boy method of investigation. DELLY: Right! Now Catherine Russell, imitator with Major Bowes' Unit, asks you to name the ski instructresses at Sun Valley, Idaho. CYNTHIA: Jackie Mulvanity and Lillian O'Neil. DELLY: Marion Russell, a Latin teacher, and Mary Sawyer, a radio recipe com- mentator, collaborate on the question: "What two American women are lecturers on the subject 'Misuse of Mistletoe' F" SOMNIA: Dorothy Rowell and Althea Hawkins. DELLY: George Pappagianis and Herbert Ouellette, world famous horseshoe players, would like to know who the leading officials are of the great town of Hudson, famous for its animal farm and the amusing specimens there. First, the mayor- GERALD: John Kissell. DELLY: Second, the police chief- GERALD: Romeo Sinkervitch. DELLY: Third, the fire chief- GERALD: Robert Kilbane. DELLY: And last, but not in the least least, the truant officer- GERALD: John Shimkonis. DELLY: The next puzzler comes from Michael Kacavisti, champion checker play- er, and he would like you to name the sport connected with John Younis, Henry Bilodeau, Dollard Charron, William Castonguay, Leo Phaneuf, and Norman Garant. CYNTHIA: They are world famous hopscotch players. DELLY: Good! Here is a question from Howard Bickford, goalie of the New York Rangers, who would like you to name the girls at Walter Peter- son's Stork Club, managed by Peter Powlowsky, Robert McNulty, and Michael Moraros. SOMNIA: They are Pauline Tufts, Beatrice York, Arline Campbell, Norma Brickley, Irene Gaudette, and Marjorie Marshall. DELLY: That's right. Kathryn McCaugney, Nellie Misiaszek, and Clairelouise Corriveau, chefs at Florence Loraine's One Gulp Emporium, ask what Claire Beaudin, Lucille Bonnette, and Antonia Borak do. CYNTHIA: They are Fuller Brush salesladies. DELLY: Alfred Lawrence, world's champion chess player, would like you to identify the following: Walley Estes, Fred Johnson, George Lefebvre, and Raymond Labombarde. GERALD: They are members of America's famous Davis Cup Team. DELLY: Jane Johnson, Georgiana Vantine, and Geraldine Harrigan, furniture movers in the vicinity of Boston, write to ask you to name the tobacco pickers for Francis Tafe's Cigar Factory. SOMNIA: Harold Cunniff and Clifford Martin, pickers for Tafe's factory, re- cently won a prize for the fastest workers in the world. DELLY: The next question was sent in by Phyllis Lawrence, Kaliroe Zikos, and Lucille Lemay, spraytesters at Niagara Falls. They ask "With what do you connect Rachel Bossie, Virginia Stanton, Dorothy Sirois, and Rena Olson?" CYNTHIA: They were the human guinea pigs for Lindol-Bunker's and Neal Buchanan's experiment with nitrous oxide, and are now on a tour as "Gig- gling Gertiesf' DELLY: Very good! The next brain-twister comes from the juggling team of Edward Savage, John Schier, Raymond Hayward, and Richard Simses, who ask, "Who were the stars of the recent production of Shakespeare's masterpiece, Romeo and Juliet?" GERALD: Armand LaRose as Romeo, and Freida Caras as Juliet. DELLY: Donald Holbrook, a tobacco auctioneer, asks you to name the small town boy who made good in Hollywood as the new Tarzan. ' SOMNIA: Maxwell Keniston. DELLY: Excellent, Somnial I didn't think you would know that one. Ger- maine Asselin, Barbara Clapp, Dorothy Cantara, and Frances Chimiklis, ww singers with Denise Moriarity's Circean Circus, ask who own and teach in the Problem-child Kindergarten. CYNTHIA: Pauline Cormier, Constance Phaneuf, Gwendolyn Goddard, and Beatrice Herold. DELLY: William Ackley and Roger Morin, teachers of economics at Columbia University, ask the following question: "Who are the proposers of the Medical Cooperative Plan?" GERALD: Robert Brewer, a doctor, and Leo Desjardins, an undertaker, are the founders of this plan. The purpose is obvious. DELLY: Mary Elizabeth Cote and Eleanor Davis, secretaries in William Moller's business office, would like you to name two important screw manufacturers. SOMNIA: Robert Levesque and Norman Desmarais. DELLY: Right! Now can you tell Gabrielle Lavoie. Bernice Danielevitch, Si- mone Leblanc, and Jeannette Leclair. owners of the Non-Itch Flea Circus. what Claire Baker, Catherine Cody, Vera Marshall, and Rita Bonnette do? CYNTHIA: They are advertisers for Jimmie Tennant's Extra-High-Test Anti- Insomnia, Triple-A Coffee, with the added octane. I-IAZEN: Oh, yes, and that reminds me of a letter we received from Howard Daniels, now a professional Exam-taker for Nashua High School non-stu- dents. Mr. Daniels writes: "Without Tennant's Coffee I could not have risen to the high place which I now occupy in my community. Ten- nant's Coffee was a great help to me in preparing me for my life's work. I would advise everyone to drink Tennant's Coffee several times daily." Yes, folks, get some of Tennant's Coffee tonight. And now to return to the Whiz Kids. DELLY: Richard Arnold, editor-in-chief of the famous Nashua Telegraph, asks the following question: "What is the Dog-house Association and who founded it?" GERALD: The Dog-house Association is an organization founded by Kenneth Giles, Victor Laurendeau, John Skirkev. Robert Randall, and Raymond Seymour for the purpose of providing for cast-off husbands. DELLY: Rachel Kellv, Annette Simberg. Theresa Provencher, and Dorothy Beaudrv, goldfish dealers. want vou to name three antique collectors. SOMNIA: Shirley McLoud. Maxine Nealand, and Phyllis Jackson. DELLY: Vernon Bordeau, inventor of Bordeau's Superlative Flea Powder, writes to ask: "Who is coach of basketball at Indiana?" GERALD: Dynamic Ray Kelley is the coach of basketball there, and his teams have won every game in the last four years. DELLY: That's right, Now Helen Bogdzvich, Rita LeBel, and Helen Des- marais, ambulance drivers in Africa, ask what Rhoda Gordon is doing. CYNTHIA: She is travelling companion to the President's wife. DELLY: Ernest Rangazas, sports writer for the Hudson Tribune, wants to know Who the famous toe dancers are that have come up from small time to big time in one year. SOMNIA: Florette St. Jean, Ann Lee, and Lois Shepard. DELLY: Roland Lee, world's champion pool player, asks who the Flying Four are and what they are famous for. , GERALD: Fernand Morin, Norman Nadeau, Samuel Tamposi, and Raymond Trimble, the Flying Four, are famous trapeze artists. DELLY: The next question comes from Florence Panagoustas and Anna Pappas, ballet dancers. They want to know why there was an explosion at the Calumet Baking Company. CYNTHIA: Betty Matsis, Anita Paul, Pauline April, and Pearl Anctil are dem- onstrators there. DELLY: Very good! I thought you would miss that one, but I see it's hard to stump such brilliant intellectuals. Perhaps you Whiz Kids can tell Alma Martin and Frances Gallup, drivers of Army mosquito cars, the whereabouts of Merilda Knights, Nathalie Potter, and Theresa Sullivan. SOMNIA: Yes, they are happily married to lighthouse keepers, DELLY: Arthur Bechard, a lion-tamer with Ringling Brothers Circus, asks you go identify the following: Philip Smart, Edward Boggis, and Raymond iesicki. GERALD: They are wrestlers for promoter Robert Morse, the commissar of the "grunt-and-groan" profession. DELLY: Bernice Landry, Marie Kofopoulos, and Mary Smrynios, journalistic hermits, ask who the barkers are with the Barnum and Bailey Circus. CYNTHIA: Virginia Stevens, Ruth LaBombard, and Virginia Parkinson. DELLY: Myron Sharpe, good-will ambassador to Manchester Central, sends in our next teaser. He asks, "Who is Armand Villeneuve?" GERALD: "Busy-digits" Villeneuve is the inventor of "Woogie-boogie" piano rhythm. . DELLY: Right! Now Normand Beaulieu, the world's tallest midget, wants you to answer his question: "Who paints those marvelous posters for Sylvia Harkaway's 'Ooey-Gooey-Lipstick' ?" GERALD: Frank Stawasz and Frank Hayes are the two top-notch artists for this up-and-coming product. DELLY: The next question was sent in by the vaudeville performers Victoria Kristolf, Sophie Bankowski, and Norma Bonett. They want you to give the pseudonym of the author of "Memoirs of the Butcher, Arthur Moreau." SOMNIA: Al Ho is the pen-name of Forrest Starkweather, the author of that pop- ular biography. DELLY: We hear next from Albert Britton. world's champion ping pong player who recently defeated Playboy Ray McAdoo in an exciting match. Mr. Britton would like you to name the governor, two senators, and two rep- resentatives of the state of New Hampshire. CYNTHIA: Ernest Barry is the governor, Robert Hazen and Earl Covey, the senators, and Lionel Bossie and Norbert Hudon, the representatives. DELLY: Henry McCutcheon, physical director of the United States Army, asks the following: "What is the U.S.L.T.D.O.H.F.M.A.R.?" Think hard now, because that is a sticker. GERALD: The U.S.L.T.D.O.H.F.M.A.R. is the United States League to De- fend Our Homes from Mice and Rats. The leaders of the movement are Elizabeth Ward and Alma Fluke. Technical adviser is George Fisher, who has recently built the better mousetrap. DELLY: Lucille Ravenelle, Marion Shostak, Glenna Cantara, and Betty Winn, bathing beauties with Esther Rock's Southern Revue, ask who the three girl stars on Information Please are. CYNTHIA: Florence Gamache, Beatrice Ducharme, and Claire Phaneuf. DELLY: Angelo Anagnost and Thomas Athanasion, dress designers, would like to have you name the well-known explorers who went on an expedi- tion to Little America in search of radium and haven't been heard of since. They also would like you to give your own personal opinion of what might have happened to them. SOMNIA: The explorers were Robert Clark, Douglas Hall, Frederick Clark, and Leon Ford. They might have found the radium. DELLY: Why! What an amazing opinionl That just goes to prove what geniuses these Whiz Kids are. Our next question was sent in by Cecile Boucher and Evelyn Travers, baseball commentators of Flatbush Junc- tion, New York. They ask, "Who are the United States ambassadors to the distant land of Utopia?" GERALD: Helen Karlonas, Julia Michael, Norma Waters, and Beatrice Michaud. DELLY: "Is it true," write the Rockettes. Elaine Colburn, Phyllis Estes, Camille Dubois, and Elizabeth Hamblett, "that Ethel Farland, Esther Holden, and Arlene Sargent are champion divers at Margaret Senecal's Gay Gray Way?" CYNTHIA: Yes, that is true: and when the Gay Gray Way freezes over in the winter. Shirley Crompton, Camille Manning, Natalie Burnham, and Ar- lene Marshall are champion figure skaters there. DELLY: Good! Priscilla Stevens, who is bicycling her way across the Sahara Desert, sent in this next question by camel express. She would like to know if Constance Richards, the women's marathon champion, has any possibilities of taking this year's event. GERALD: Miss Richards has a very serious competitor in Evelyn Shea, but Con- stance should be able to run away with the event. DELLY: Paul Duhamel, Donald Goss, John Hardy, and Donald Keith, famous aviators, want to know the members of the polo team which was undefeated in its world tour. SOMNIA: They were Chester Steckevicz, Anthony Katsiaficas, Paul Letendre. Ravmond Iarvais, Adolf Markiel. Edgar Neveu, Raymond Leveque, Kenneth McAfee, and Patrick O'Brien. DELLY: Right! Elizabeth Newell, Mollv Delinsky. and Rita Zibolis, who are in Japan studving the fauna and flora of the Kagashima Valley, send in their question by the women mariners. Shirley Johnson, Norma Bris- son, and Jane Connor. Here is their question: "Can the Whiz Kids name the founders of the C. D. Museum?" CYNTHIA: Florence Tanguay, Winifred Beauregard, and Rita Willette are the founders of that ancient edifice. DELLY: The next question was sent in by Eunice Laliberte, fashion editor of the New York Times. "Who are the manufacturers of the renowned 'P 26' L' clothing goods?" GERALD: The manufacturers of 'P 26 L' clothing goods are George Pappademas and Thomas Lantzas. Their slogan, "Lantzas for Pantses," has become a household phrase. DELLY: Irene Raymond and Helen Simoulis. members of the Nashua Board of Efducation, ask you to name the founders of the township of Littlefield alley. SOMNIA: Roy Littlefield and Irene V'alley. DELLY: The next question was sent in by Elizabeth Spence and Helene Tib- betts, dressmakers at East Steamboat Junction, Idaho. They ask, "Who are James Walker and John Fitzpatrick?" GERALD: They are the new heads of the C. C. C. DELLY: Absolutely correct! Irene Olena, Bessie Memos, Ruth Rodgers, and Eleanor Dausch. torch singers at Judy Millina's Hot Dog Stand, write to ask who Helen Kuzmitch and Thelma Birchall are. CYNTHIA: They are icewomen at the North Pole. DELLY: The next baffler was submitted by Donald Landry, a gasoline-station attendant in Nashua, New Hampshire. He asks, and you must get three right out of four, "Name the coaches of football, basketball, baseball, and track at the University of Nashua " GERALD: Frank Hall and James Coughlin are the track coaches, Leon Clement -basketball. Edward Garneau-football, and Nick Rodis-baseball. DELLY: Lucille Coleman and Gertrude Levesque, inventors of the Automatic Collapsible Baby Carriage, write to ask what Isabelle LaPan specializes in at Barbara Gumb's Wild Animal Farm. SOMNIA: She specializes in training spectators, who sometimes act worse than the animals. DELLY: Irene Tanguay, packer of Tanguay's Tangy Tangerines, asks, "Who are the stars of Robert Gardner's play, 'Of Mice and Old Lace' ?" GERALD: The Gaides twins, Rose and Anna, are the stars of this great produc- tion. Chief supporting actress is Virginia Augunas. DELLY: Correct! Hedwidge Todd and Norma Wiggin, girls' counsellors at Picardy Institute of Technology, collaborated on the following: "With what sport do you connect each of the following? Arthur Devlin? CYNTHIA: Golf. DELLY: James Everett? CYNTHIA: Golf. DELLY: Gerald Tremblay?" CYNTHIA: I'm not sure, but I think it's golf. DELLY: 100 W for those brilliant answers! Now Fabienne Tremblay, cross- word-puzzle expert of the New York Times, asks these questions, "Is Jane Karczewski the ping pong champion of New Hampshire? GERALD: No, Helen Hardy is the ping pong champion. Miss Karczewski is a well-known tennis player. DELLY: "Do Cecile Courtemanche and Angeline Vasilas edit the column, 'Ad- vice to the Lovelorn Miss' ?" A GERALD: Yes, this column is published in sixty-five papers and twenty' Ian- guages. Stella Shurkus is one of their well-known linguists. DELLY: George Terrien, who was once a politician but gave it up when he made himself famous with his Penny-pipe Serenades, asks what Huguette Ricard and Blanche Laquerre do. SOMNIA: They are models for the advertisements for Jimmie Tennant's Extra- I-Iigh-Test, Anti-Insomnia, Triple-A Coffee, with the added octane. HAZEN: Yes, but really Jimmie Tennant's Extra-High-Test, Anti-Insomnia, Triple-A Coffee, with the added octane, needs no advertising, for once you have tried it, that is advertisement enough in itself. The time is getting short now, but stand by for an important announcement. Your attention, please. For every name used on -this program, we are award- ing one shiny, new class year book as long as they last. And so we hope, folks, that you have enjoyed tonight's program of the Whiz Kids, Gerald Darard, Cynthia Dowd, and Somnia Colburn, and Joe Delly, cer- tainly proved that they had amazing intellect since they missed only one question. This is your announcer, Robert Hazen, bidding you all good- night, for the makers of Jimmie Tennant's Extra-High-Test, Anti-In- somnia, Triple-A Coffee, and hoping that you will be with us again for our next get-to-gether. Goodnight all. CI-Iolds up applause placard and the cowbell ringslj ' ELAINE COLBURN ERNEST BARRY VIRGINIA DOWD NICHOLAS RODIS Class Oration Ad Utrumque Paratus "Prepared for Either Fate" In 1917 many young men and women were graduated from this and other high schools all over America. Like every other class from 1914 to 1918. they were thrown into a world of conflict and strife, with the terrible world war confronting them. Some of these young graduates did not survive this crisis: but most of them did, married, had children, and became the mainstay of our nation as these children grew up. Tonight in 1941, 376 of these children are being graduated to face a crisis so similar to that which influenced and in some cases ruined the lives of their parents, as to be dramatic and ironical. World War Number Two is in progress, and just as in '17, some of our boys have left our classes to answer their country's call for a larger army and navy. They have left us to prepare themselves for war, while most of us have stayed to finish this part of our education, thereby preparing ourselves for peace. Our situation is slightly dif- ferent from that in '17 because although each day perhaps draws us closer to the battle front, we are not actually engaged in warfare. Hence with an un- certain future in mind, we have chosen as our motto Ad Utrumque Paratus, "prepared for either fate," realizing that both war and peace require prepara- tion as well as native ability. What have we done and what can we do to help ourselves overcome the difficulties that we shall meet: unemployment, poverty, internal disorder, and ignorance on one hand-combat, death, debt, and countless sacrifices on the other? Can we truthfully say that we are ready to conquer the world and everything in it, even though some people think that we young know-it-alls hold that opinion of ourselves? In the first place, most of us do not even know what we are going to do tomorrow or next September, at the time of year when we have been accustomed to return to Nashua High. Tonight we might be compared to a living creature about to undergo a metamorphosis from one stage of growth to another. This creature has an outer skeleton or shell which prevents unlimited expansion of internal organs: at certain intervals this shell is discarded, rapid growth occurs, and finally a new protective membrane is formed. During the transitional period, the crea- ture is entirely unprotected and is more vulnerable and weak than at any other time. Tonight we are leaving our high school shell: in a few months we shall be supported by a new outer protection, such as work or higher education. Meanwhile, we are ready for nothing but growth in mind, spirit, and attitude. In this intermediate stage between high school and future activity we are not prepared for any fate. Our next shell, however, will be merely an enlarged replica of the first, and if we have made a good start toward preparing our- selves for either war or peace in high school, we need not fear the future. The totalitarian way of educating youngsters in the ways of life and war- fare is to take them away from their parents and put them in training centers. If the militarist in charge is notified that there is a need for more mechanics, the majority of the boys will be sent to the shop classes, regardless of where their natural abilities lie: that is, a boy who is a born artist or musician might be found half-heartedly working on a motor. Things are quite different- in Nashua High, however. When we entered we chose the courses and subjects that we should like to study, and were then grouped as either commercial, gen- eral, or college preparatory students. Under these classifications we have been taught subjects primarily for the uses of peace, but most of them can be readily adapted for wartime service. The commercial group has worked these four years on problems of book- keeping, typing, and general office practice in hopes of becoming accountants, office Workers, or filling the countless other peace-time jobs in business. The fact that these skills are also useful in war is self-evident, and even now many previous graduates of this course in Nashua High have left for defense centers, Meanwhile the college preparatory students have interested themselves in languages, mathematics, and natural and social sciences. They originally in- tended to study further for occupations in the professions, sciences. and other highly technical fields. If peace is maintained, their intentions and ambitions may well be realized, but if war is our destiny these classmates will still be in great demand because of the technical advancement of warfare, which has be- come a science in itself. In the past our government has donated lavishly so that military science might be available to students in state and private uni- versities. Now it has set up numerous training centers of its own, which re- quire a vast enrollment of boys with a good background of the fundamental subjects taught in the college preparatory courses of the secondary schools. Lead- ership is always found chiefly among those with highly trained minds, Finally those in the general group have chosen to apply themselves to the manual arts and more practical subjects. They planned to enter the more laborious types of work after tonight: as mechanics, home economists, wood workers and employees in many other occupations which require manual dex- terity. Their opportunities for service in military life, too, is self-evident, for the modern army is highly mechanized. We of the class of 1941, who have chosen preparedness for our motto are eagerly watching world developments to see if we can foretell what our fate will be. In this era we can readily see the truth of George Washington's state- ment, "To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace": as our own statement for the conditions now existing we would like to add, "To be prepared for either war or peace is the most effective way of achieving security in the future." JAMES TENNANT V. ,L. " " L -X.. , '13 ' ' .fa N Valeclictory FRONTIERS OP TODAY Did the last frontier disappear from the American scene by 1890? That is the question frequently asked by the youth of America and by their parents as well. Though it seems that the geographical frontiers have vanished, the youth of this country are still searching out new frontiers of thought. ln many re- spects these resemble the frontiers of early American history, but materially they do not. Today we do not see the rugged pioneer setting forth from a frontier settlement, eager to find a new home over and beyond the mountains, where his nearest neighbor may live many hundred miles away. Nor do we see the hearty forty-niner, who with his wife and family is attempting to make his way West, so that he too may find new opportunities. It is difficult to define these new frontiers in any clear-cut phrase, but in general they may be called the scientific, the industrial, the social, and the moral. There are some high school students who recognize these frontiers, and realize the opportunity and challenge they contain. One is Ruth Bachman, the 1941 winner of the poetry contest held by the American high school weekly, The Scholastic. Included in her prize-winning collection is a challenging poem en- titled "Frontiers." The theme of her challenge is well expressed by Miss Bachman's own words, "Behind and beyond every cruel thing is a frontier-" The American youth of today faces frontiers not only of new discoveries and inventions, but also frontiers of kindness and good will. One frontier, a region of advanced thought which is apparent to all wide- awake people of this world, is offered by science. When the hearty pioneer and rugged frontiersman had penetrated the innermost parts of our country, had ploughed and improved his land, built his home, churches, and finally factories. he thought that his last real frontiers had vanished: but, though he little knew it, his struggle had just begun. From his factories began to appear products of his hard labor--and of science. Today even with all the progress that has been made, the opportunities appear nearly unlimited. In the mechanical field at the present time it seems as though one airplane can scarcely advance from the drafting board into the air, before another has taken its place and made it obsolete. Our automobiles offer us greater protec- tion and comfort today than ever before, but there is still the problem of polar- ized glass to be successfully met and conquered. The meteorologists by appli- cation of air-mass analysis have been able to make weather predictions which have attained accuracy of from eighty to ninety per cent. Proof of the value of these predictions may be seen in the millions of lives and dollars saved by airlines, farms, power and light companies, and other industries whose daily business depends upon anticipation of Weather conditions. Some relatively simple instruments such as the photo-electric cell have nearly unlimited uses. Such fields have merely been dipped into. Research in science offers the American youth a frontier which has never been even visualized. A second frontier whose conquest we all fervently hope lies in the near future is industrial. Within the last few months the country has had an excellent example of the unrest in industrial relations which grip both the em- ployer and the employee. The possibility of a lasting and final peace in these relations is the challenge which is thrown at every American youth. Only by a complete study of the problems facing the opposing side, and by the desire of every capitalist and labor leader for cooperation can such a peace be brought about. It is the youth of today who will be the capitalist or labor leader of tomorrow, and only by his effort can this frontier of industrial relations be pushed back, until the goal of lasting peace is iinally in sight. One of the thoughts expressed in Ruth Bachman's poem is an example of a third frontier opening before the world today: "For no sun setting behind strange hills Is bigger challenge than the look in a Negro's eyes." Whenever we read in the newspapers of the Nazi persecution of the Jews or the Japanese domination over the conquered people of Asia, a mixed feeling of pity and contempt fills our hearts. Yet should we have this feeling of horror merely for these cruelties in Europe and Asia when in a lesser degree the rights of the Negro race and other minorities are being infringed upon in our own coun- try? The disgraceful action directed against Miss Marion Anderson in our nation's capitol, and the humble position of the colored people in the South highlight the problems met on this social frontier. How will today's grad- uate treat this question of racial discrimination when he assumes his place in the world? In school he has read the sentiments of Thomas Jefferson written in the Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident-- that all men are created equalg that they are endowed by their Creator with cer- tain inalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." In the church he has been taught to love his neighbor, and at home he has been taught principles of cooperation. Only by the application of these principles will the American youth be able to push ahead beyond our present social frontiers. The challenge of the last frontier is heard by every peace-loving American. How many times the question has occurred to each and every one of us! HOW are we to do away with war? It certainly cannot be accomplished by one great war to end all war. This was the rallying cry of the first World 'War and by it We accomplished not a lasting peace, but a mere armistice before another. From that point of view we did not win the last war, but were utterly defeated. This time, if the opportunity recurs, we should profit from our last defeat, and apply principles of international cooperation. Just how such a peace can be accomplished, I do no't know, but l do believe that if American youth faces this moral frontier with patience and thoughtfulness, a satisfactory solution is pqssible in our lifetime. These then, are some of the new frontiers which lie open to the American youth. As pioneers of the present age we may recall the words which Walt Whitman addressed to the pioneers of one hundred years ago as they set forth for the Western frontier: "All the past we leave behind We debouch upon a newer mightier world, varied world, Fresh and strong the world we seize, world of labor and the march. Pioneers! O pioneers!" Pioneering may be a successful undertaking, or it may result in utter failure. Leaving the frontier a hundred years ago were two classes of persons: the one was prepared for whatever might happen: the other did not even know what he was heading for. We, the American youth, should belong to the first class, for all through our school career we have been learning about the goals we will strive for and have been duly prepared to attain them. Mr. Tracey and Members of the Board of Education: It is you to whom we graduates of Nashua High School owe our thanks for the facilities to prepare ourselves to meet these opportunities. Mr. Nesmith and Members of the Faculty: - Only by your helpful guidance have we been able to visualize the frontiers which beckon to us, and by your effort we have been equipped to reach them. Parents: 'ff Our deepest gratitude is extended to you, for we all understand that it has only been by your sacrinces that these opportunities await us now. 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