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TH If I 938
one student can hold more than one major office, was put into effect.
XYe have had two talent assemblies this year that were fascinating
entertainment and were greeted with much enthusiasm by the entire school.
The Class of '38 regrets that two of the teachers who started them on
the road to learning are no longer faculty menrbers in Natick High. Miss
Elva Coulter. head of the History department for many years, retired in De-
cember and Miss lilizabeth Murphy a member of the Commercial department
left us to teach at Regis College. XX'e as a class have missed their friendship
and their guidance.
Although Captain Louis Cardellicchio was the only member of the
Tech Tourney Basketball team left from last year our basketball team turned
in another brilliant season.
Leonard Lawson has brought fame to our class. He was recently
awarded a medal of bravery for saving a boy from drowning in Jennings Pond.
Five members of the class gained recognition for their hockey play-
ing-Captain Ferguson and Dave Moir were selected on the first All Star
Team of The Eastern Massachusetts Hockey League and Gabby Gay. VVally
Sabean and Art Deschamps made the second team.
Our Senior Play, "Billy", played to a full house on April 29. Every
Senior was on hand to witness an exceptionally fine performance. Many
favorable comments were made on the scenery which was made by our class-
mates under the direction of XYarren Vvinner.
The Safety Council has continued its good work this year and a
group of Seniors launched a drive to license all bicycles in Natick. This
is a very important advancement in educating the young people of the town
to recognize the importance of National Safety.
There is much to come which cannot be recorded in this history but
on June 10 the Armory will be decorated, strains of music will fill the hall
as members of the Class of '38 bring their social activities to a close at our
Senior Reception-then on Sunday. ,Iune l2 the Natick Theatre will be filled
with our relatives and friends who will share with us the final meeting of
the entire Class of '58 :Xfter the speeches and singing each member of the
Class of '38 will receive his diploma and with the awarding of these diplomas
the history of our Class comes to an end.
CSignedD JOHN KLEINFELDER
X'Ve, the Class of l938 of the Natick High School, being in the eyes
of our teachers possessed with great physical capacities, though lacking some-
what in mentality, do therefore in the presence of this illustrious gathering
make, ordain.. publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, re-
voking all previous documents, and requesting that it be dutifully carried out
to its very last word, without any legal entanglementsi.
To the Juniors we bequeath Rooms ll, 12, 18, l9, and 22, and also
their respective teachers. We hope that they will love and cherish both the
rooms and the teachers as we have.
To Mr. Gardner we leave a little more blackboard room so he won't
have to draw diagrams on the walls.
To Mr. Bridey we leave a book entitled., "The Art of Telling Jokes."”