Natick High School - Sassamon Yearbook (Natick, MA)
- Class of 1945
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We, the Class of 1945, lovingly pay tribute to our
classmate, George Malcolm Augustine, the first of our
class to die in the service of his country.
Entering the United States Naval Reserve at Mem-
phis, Tennessee on April 7, 1945, he was stricken with
rheumatic fever a short time later and passed away on
April 24, 1945.
Processional. "Pomp and Chivalry" .... Churlm- J. l6nlwrI.v
HIGH Scnool. ORCHESTRA
National Anthem ....... Fruurzlv Smit Ifvwx'
CLASS or 1945
IQEVEREND HAR'rI.1iY T. GRANIIIN
Address of Welcome
JIINE ICATIILEEN BRENNEMAN
Vice President of Class of 1945
Piano Solo, "Les Deux Alouettes" .... Tlu-odor l.Ifsrlwl1':l.-nv
NIARIE A N'roINE'rrA CULCASI
Essay, "This is the Land Wher-e Hate Should Die"
AGNES MAI-3 Wn.soN
Soprano Solo, "je Veux Vivre" ..... C'lmrlI'.v Gmnmd
HARRIET GAMMON HAX'ES
ANN MARIE MCGRATH, .4rmmpaui.r!
CHARLES FRANCIS MURPHX'
President of Honor Society
Selection, "Your Land and My Land" .... Sigrlirrzzd lx'mn1n'ry
"I Pledge Allegiance to My Flag" . . . lfridgws-Riuyyvr
Trumpet Obbligatn-ANTHONY NIELCIIIURRI
COMMODORE W. N. DERRX', U.S.C.G.
Presentation of Diplomas i
HARoI.n I-I. jox-INsoN
Chairman of School Committee
Alma Mater . ...... Lurilv .N'irlm1s, '20
CLASS or 1945
Recessional. "Marche Aux Flambeanx" . . Srmwn Cltzrle
HIGH SCHOOL ORL'IIliSTRA
JOHN Romsar DRISCOLL. 1946, Marshal
The audience is requested to stand and join the Class of 1945 in singing the
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The youth of today is the America of tomorrow. XYe of the graduating class
of N45 are ready and willing to help make that tomorrow a hetter and a happier
world. Many of our boys who are llut here tonight are in the service of their
country, and although they were not raised to wear a uniform and light, we are
proud of the line job they are doing in the far-flung battlefields of the world.
However, most of us who leave here tonight will never don a uniform or carry a
gun, but we will make you proud of our willingness and ability to serve in the
countless other ways that are needed to bring victory and the end of this war. May
we justify the faith you have in us.
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"THIS IS THE LAND WHERE HATE SHOULD DIE"
"A house divided against itself cannot stand." These immortal words of
Lincoln should be heeded today when our nation's unity is threatened by racial and
religious intolerance and prejudice. Most other problems will not he solved if the
American people are divided into mutually hostile and suspicious groups, sections
and classes. More than that: even if solutions were possible under such condi-
tions, they would hardly be worth achieving. They would be empty victories,
utterly meaningless, if the character of our .American civilization were changed in
NVe know America to be a land where men are free and in which they have
equal opportunity, regardless of race, color, creed or place of birth. XN'ithout these
characteristics it would not be our America, but it would seem an alien country
Even though there are fifty--seven varieties of Gods humanity in our country
this helps to add to America's spirit and glory for each in his own way adds to our
The need for unity has never been more acute. Some boys have been accepted
into the armed services before they were accepted by their own neighbors. If
Americans of all racial backgrounds are good enough to die for us, they are good
enough to live with us. The average man should realize that this racial discrimina-
tion is not in harmony either with the traditional American ideals of equality of
opportunity for all men, or the Christian ideals of justice, mercy, and love. The
present generation of American youth is faced with the task of strengthening our
democracy against this disastrous situation.
The result of a poll tax is to keep the poor from voting or to keep the Negroes
from voting, or both. If you keep the poor from voting, you make a joke of jeffer-
son. lf you keep the Negroes from voting, you make a joke of Lincoln. If you
do both those things you make a joke oflthe American idea.
There is a tendency to forget the racial antagonisms that happen every day,
which help to spread the alien doctrines of intolerance. They should not be for-
gotten but the conditions should be investigated and corrected. These episodes of
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violence are symptoms of pressures, emotions, and maladjustments which have
become nation wide. The spread of intolerance is not primarily a threat to the
intended victims, but to the whole country. If the day ever comes when tolerance
gives way to internal enmities. persecutions and discriminations, it will be the end
of American civilization. The inevitable cycle of organized intolerance is that it
destroys the individual, the family, the community, then the state. In contrast,
tolerance is constructive. It creates, builds, unities. It gives strength and nobility
to the individual, the family, the community, the state. The fight against intoler-
ance is not merely our duty as decent, human beings, but it is the keystone of our
survival as free individuals and as a prosperous nation. The ideal human relation-
ship is that of cooperation rather than confiict.
It has been a long time since early Americans startled the world by proclaim-
ing that all men were created equal, that they were endowed by their Creator, with
certain inalienable Rights, that among these were Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of
Happiness. Now that the war has created a fresh danger to our way of living, we
must follow these principles conscientiously. There will be no victory for a demo-
cratic way until we make them a reality to everyone living in this democracy.
In all our dealings with other people. regardless of race, nationality or creed.
let us practice the Golden Rule. We should try to treat each individual whom we
meet as we would like him to treat us. Let us not let America be destroyed now
by discrimination and enmities. For America is:
THE LAND VVHIQRE HATE SHOULD DIE
This is the land where hate should dic-
No feuds of faith, no spleen of race,
No darkly brooding fear should try
Beneath our Hag to find a place.
Lol every people here has sent
Its sons to answer freedoms call:
Their lifeblock is the strong cement
That builds and binds the nation's wall.
This is the land where hate should die-
Tho dear to me my faith and shrine,
I serve my country well when I
Respect beliefs that are not mine.
I-Ie little loves his land who'd cast
Upon his neighbors word a doubt,
Of cite the wrongs of ages past
From present rights to bar him out.
This is the land where hate should die-
This is the land where strife should cease,
VVhere foul, suspicious fear should fly
Before our Flag of light and peace.
Then let us purge from poisoned thought
That service to the State we give,
And so be worthy as we ought
Of this great Land in which we live!
Aramis M ,nc W lLsoN.
ii T H E s A s s A M o N
.Ns we, the class of 1945, set forth to take our rightful places in this world,
our tlloltgllls center on the future which we face. For the past four years our
minds have been filled with war and all its horrors. At this time we can raise our
Iliollgllls to higher levels and think of winning the peace-and what is more
nnportaint- keeping the peace. That will be the duty of our generation. We must
prove to the world that America has the ability to lead the whole world into a bright
new tomorrow in which the hopes of the human heart may be achieved. XVe must
prove that there can be life, liberty. and the pursuit of happiness available to all
fiod-fearing men regardless of race, color, and creed.
llul we as individuals must first learn to control our own moral standards.
'l'hc choices we make will determine the way America will succeed. lt is our duty
lo bring forth and uphold the highest standards of right living, clear thinking, and
unselfish interests. This is our national heritage.
Novv, for the first time in five years, a graduating class can look forward to
ii hrighi future. 'l'he great war which has thrown our lives into chaos has reached
its final stages. Although many of our classmates are already in the armed services
and more of us will soon receive military training, we can foresee the reconstruc-
tion period and its tremendous opportunities. We shall take part in the greatest
strides toward better living ever taken. During the war many great discoveries
have been made which have provided hundreds of new fields in which to seek
'lihose of lla who go to college will immediately meet one of the great changes
caused by the war-the accelerated program of the colleges. Like many other
methods, it was adopted as a war measure but it proved so successful that it will
probably be retained after the war.
lt is :i well known fact that education is the foundation of democracy, educa-
tion such as we receive in the Public Schools of America. The fact remains that
if dcmocr:icy is to be spread throughout the world. then the American system of
education must precede it.
So now we wish to express our sinqre appreciation to the townspeople, the
school committee. the principals, and all the teachers of the Natick Public Schools
for their patience and guidance during these most important years of our lives.
And although wc derive great joy from the fact that we are entering a new phase
of our lives, it is with sadness that we depart from our Alma Mater and the fruit-
ful years we have spent here.
CLASS DAY PROGRAMME
Processional, "Pomp and Chivalry" .... Charles J. Roberts
HIGI-I ScnooL ORCfHlfSTRA
National Anthem ....... Francis Scott Key
Address of VVelcome
' JUNE KATHLEEN BRFTNNEMAN
Selection, "Your Land and My Land" .... Sigmund Romhcrg
"I Pledge Allegiance to My Flag" . . . . Bridges-Riagg-cr
Trumpet 0I7II,lgGf0-ANTHONY MELCHIORIU
BARBARA JEAN GILMORE
Soprano Solo, "When I Sing" ..... Peter T.rchaiko'w.vky
JEAN MARIE RIKER
MARIE ANTOINETTA CULCASI, Accampanist
- GLADYS THDMPSON KUSSMAN
Class Song Words by Norman Peirce Harrington
Music by Harriet Gammon Hayes
CLASS or 1945
DOROTHY ELIZABETH KIIJLEEN
Piano Solo. "Improvisation and Melody" .... Arthur L. Brown
ANN lN'1ARIE NICGRATH
Presentation of Class Gift
JUNE KATHLEEN BRENN1-:MAN
Awarding of National Honor Society Emblems
HARoLn C. SEARS, Acting Principal, Natick High School
Pres-entation of Athletic Award '
HAROLR C. SEARS, Prcsidrnt, Natick .S'choolincn's Club
Presentation of American Legion Oratorical Medal
ANTHllNY J. SWEENEY, Commander, Edward P. Clarke Post 107, A. L.
Presentation of Good Citizenship Award
MRS. GEORGE C. PROCTOR, Chairman, Pilgrimage Committee, D. A. R.
Awarding of Anna F. Goodnow Scholarship
MRS. DVKE L. QUACKENBUSH, President, Natick lfVonum'.v Club
Alma Mater ........ Lucile Nichols, '26
CLLASS or 1945
Recessional, "Marche Aux Flambeauxn . . , , Smgmn Clark
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
JOHN ROBERT DRxsco1,I., 1946, Marshal
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Parents, Teacliers. lfriends,
Due to jack Noonan's absence- the former president of the class of 1045.
now attending Boston College-it is my privilege to welcome you to our Class Day
Exercises. We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the education that you
have made possible for us for we realize that America is one of the few countries
left today in which such an education is a reality. lt is the foundation from which
we will become the citizens and leaders of tomorrow.
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History always must have a cause-and this, the history of the class of 1045,
begins in September 1942 when the graduates of Coolidge junior High School and
St. le'atrick's School meet in the corridors of Natick High School. Our class is the
first class of Natick to attend High School during three years of war and we hope
that in this year of 1945 we may see peace.
As sophomores we had representatives in the Student Council, Glee Club and
on the SAssAMoN Board. Many of the boys took part in the various athletic activi-
ties. We really became of some importance when, after much campaigning, we
elected our class officers. NVallace Mathews became our President, jean Knight,
Vice-President, Fay Spooner, Secretary and because of a tie Loretta Kreshpane
and Vito Sammartano became our treasurers.
In 1943 we started back to school full of ambition and ready for work. We
were juniors now and began to realize that our school days were fast going by.
The lYar Savings Stamp Committee, the Red Cross Club and First Aid classes
were making rapid progress. Many of our fellow students had joined the armed
Our elections were held in November and our President was again Wallace
Mathews, Vice-President, june Brenneman, Secretary, Fay Spooner and Treas-
urer, Mildred Grant.
Mickey Burke was elected Captain of the football team and Frank Arena was
made Honorary Captain, but both boys were obliged to leave school to answer
Uncle Sam's call. Because of their departure our football team divided the Cap-
taincy among james Lockhart, james Hamwey, Arthur Hansen, Vito Sammartano
and Robert Marden. Donald Robertson was elected Basketball Captain, l,eo Grady,
Hockey Captain, and jack Noonan and Glenford Atkinson, Baseball Captains. We
were sure they would do a good job and could hardly wait for the next year to
come as we looked forward to a most successful season.
jack Noonan and Charles Murphy were chosen by the junior Class to repre-
sent Natick High School at Boys' State. XYhen they returned they had many
interesting things to tell us. -
The junior Prom held in May proved to be a great success. liiveryone had a
wonderful time and there wasn't one person who didn't wish he or she could live
the same night over again. I
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The climax to our second year at Natick High School was the election of six
of our classmates to the National Honor Society.
In September, 1944, we returned for our last year of high school-a little sad.
maybe with the realization that our school days would soon be over and that even
before graduation many of our boys would be leaving to serve in the armed forces
of our country.
XYe prepared, however, to enjoy our Senior ymr and we got off to a flying
start by electing our permanent class officers at the same time that all Americans
were making a choice for our national leaders. VVe elected John Noonan, Presi-
dent, june Brenneman, X-'ice-President, Fay Spooner, Secretary and Mildred
The football team coached by Mr. Plansse had a very successful season. Three
times we had the pleasure of seeing our team win from Framingham. The Hockey
Team guided by Coach McManus enjoyed a very outstanding season coming out
on top in the Eastern Massachusetts League. Captain Leo Grady proved to be a
wizard on ice and Robert Marden, Leo Grady and Charles Murphy made the
Eastern Massachusetts All Star Team, The Basketball Team under Mr. Slamin's
direction had a fine season and Natick High was invited to take part in the Tech
Harriet Hayes was chosen D.A.R. representative and attended the D.A.R. con-
vention at the Hotel Kendall in Framingham.
Ann McGrath represented Natick High School on XVBZ at the Junior Town
Meeting of the Air in February. '
Our Class President -lack Noonan left school in January to attend Boston Col-
lege and our Vice-President June Brenneman became acting President.
The Senior Reception was held in February, earlier than it had taken place
for many years, so the boys who were going in the service could be on hand for
their own reception. It was a gala affair enjoyed by everyone in attendance.
ln March Miss Randall, our lunchroom manager, retired after thirty-four
years of service to Natick High School. A new lunch program has been inaugur-
"A Mind of Her Own," our senior play, was presented to a most appreciative
audience on April 6. Mrs. Dellleritt and the cast received many favorable com-
ments from those who attended. The school orchestra under Mr. Mayherger's
direction with Harriet Hayes as soloist presented the musical selections during
The National Honor Society induction was held on May 16. At this time six
more members were inducted and today twelve of our classmates will receive their
Our graduation exercises remain as the last important function of the class of
1945. We are proud to have been students in Natick High School and we know
we are ready for whatever is ahead of us. We thank all the teachers who have
made life in High School so pleasant for us and hope that they will remember us
as a class of willing and enthusiastic pupils.
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liy this instrument duly executed, we, the Class of l945, being of sound body
and especially high mental aptitude, do hereby ordain and declare this to be our
last Will and Testament.
The following persons have been appointed as beneficiaries of our most treas-
ured possessions. It is hoped that said persons will benefit by these bequests and
live up to the high standards of our class.
'l'o thc juniors we leave our position as upperclassmen with the hope that they
will be able to fulfill all expectations even though they are at present a little on the
'lio the Sophomores we bequeath twenty-six volumes of "The Book of Knowl-
edge" with a fervent prayer that they will some day reach the goal we have so con-
scientiously set for them.
To our beloved country we leave those boys who may soon be in the Armed
lforces. We know that Natick High will be as proud of them as it is of the many
servicemen now representing our Alma Mater.
To Mr. Quackenbush we bequeath a recording of his theme song, "Any Bonds
Today." We hope that it will inspire the students as much as he has.
To Mr. McManus we leave a gavel to aid him in keeping law and order in his
classes and at the same time preserve his ring.
'l'o Miss Griffin we bequeath a policeman's whistle and a large billy-club to
assist her in bringing truants back to school.
To Mr. White we leave an atomizer with a case of Evening in Paris perfume
to be sprayed around the school after experiments.
To Miss Wildbur and Mr. Slamin, our class advisors, we leave our deep
appreciation for the work they have done to make our many activities successful.
We bequeath to Vangie Sticka and Gene Arena the captaincy of the football
team. tlood luck, fellows!
I, Don Robertson, leave the captaincy of the basketball team to jim Haddad.
We hope to see you at the Tech Tourney, jim.
l, Leo Grady, leave to john Driscoll and jocko Garvin the position of
co-captains of the 1945-46 hockey team.
I, Agnes W'iIson, bequeath my high scholastic standing to Dorothy Olson.
I, Tony Arminio, leave my ability to infatnate the ladies to Tommy Lowry.
I, Thelma Hall, bequeath my petiteness to Barbara Beswick.
I, Barbara Morse, leave my sunny disposition to Rita DeAngelis.
I, Gladys Kinsman, leave my ability to make friends easily with the opposite
sex to joanne Brenneman.
I, Don Fair, bequeath my ability to dress in sporty clothes to jack Sheridan.
I, Bobbie Grant, leave my popularity to Dolores Casali.
I, jean Riker, leave my attractiveness to Mary Lou Goodnow.
I, jimmy Clasby, leave my bashful ways with the women to Michael Dunn.
I, Barbara Gilmore, leave my willingness to help others to Patricia Donahue.
I, Dorothy Nichols, leave my ability to get into mischief to Edith Munson.
I, Fay Spooner, leave my ability to intrigue hockey players to Hope Styles.
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l Ann McGrath, leave my seductive manner to Mary Eldridge.
I, jim Hamwey, leave my easy-going manner to Gordon Channel.
l, Charlie Murphy, leave my sophisticated looks to Kenny Harpell.
I, Peggy Burns, leave my ardent admiration for redheads to any junior girl
who is fascinated by the same.
VVe, the members of the Senior Class leave to the faculty our gratitude in the
form of a song which will prove that their work has not been in vain-"XN'e're
Beginning to See the Light."
lVe hereby sign and seal this document, the last XVill and Testament of the
Class of 1945, in the presence of those witnesses who have hereunto signed their
Edith M. Nuff
Emily L. Shamion
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Oh, red and blue, our colors true
The time has come to leave you-
How sad the thought that we must part
Thy portals close to our hearts.
As we this day bid fond adieu,
VVe start into this world anew,
'To blaze a path to victory
For all humanity. -
Words by NoRM.xN Parkers HARR1NcToN.
Musir by HARR1121' liAMMON HiXYES.
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Extra! Extra! Read all about it. "A Mind of Her Own" back by popular
demand! Read all about it.
Are my ears deceiving me? Give me a paper quickly. Yes, there it is in plain
black and white.
The entire cast of our 1945 senior play will return to the good old Alma Mater
to perform once again after a lapse of ten whole years. 'l'he public has never been
able to forget the great performance that left the audience spellbound on that
important night in '45, Of course, the players have aged a little and perhaps Filled
out in the wrong places since then, but who will notice anyway? Arc we kidding?
XYell, what do you know, our own class play back by popular demand! NVe
can't miss this. Let's not waste any time in getting out to Natick.
The plane we hop is pilotedgby none other than VVillis Reed. He sure looks
sharp in that uniform. Richard Ribotto, Anthony Simeone, and George McCarthy
are members of the crew, too. W'e had a regular gab- fest before taking ofif. Little
Mary Temprendola served us refreshments on the way. A deep voice demanding
pink lemonade made us turn around and take a look. The tallest man in the
United States, Albert LePage, was making the trip with us. He informed us that
the secret of his height was a triple dose of vitamins daily. His companion is Bob
Altheide who has a thriving national oil business now. -
In the very front seat with two parachutes f the extra one just in case! fas-
tened tightly to him is Bob McCarthy who is taking his first plane ride. His chain
of personality schools have made him a rich man. john Powers, the first man to
be on the staff of Powers' models, is sitting next to Ruth Roberts, a serious-looking
nun. When we all discovered each other it was worse than a legion convention.
Before we knew it, we had landed on the Shagoury 8: Shagoury airfield which
had been newly constructed on the VVorcester turnpike. Paul and Pauline have in
their employ, Norman Harrington, general manager of the airport, and VVendall
Deschamps, pilot of the reconverted B-17 which has been named after Bob Pease,
king of the limburger cheese manufacturers. Billy Goss, mechanic of hangar 5,
can be seen working busily on a motor.
The bus we boarded for Natick center had Gwendolyn Kermode in the driver's
seat. She called out the historical spots as we rode along. The C 8: C National
Fruit Company that has branches all over the country was pointed out. She
informed us that the C Sz C stood for Cardellicchio and Chiacchia, who from the
planting of one little peach stone have become millionaires. Dick Burke is the
general manager of the main office. He and Doug MacAlpine have a side line of
manufacturing motorcycles, which had been their ambition since high school days
when the little red motorcycle used to be parked in the Police-station yard. We
learned from Gwendolyn that Thelma Hall was private secretary to Frank and Dick
with Mary Lane, Matilda Fair, Dorothy McGrath, and Dorothy LeClair working
on the office force with her. Richard Ellis is their star salesman, noted for his gift
of gab and pleasing, persuasive way with women. ,
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The beautiful home of Graham Hiltz came into view. He has fulhlled his
fondest dreams-that of marrying jane VVithers. Speaking of marriages, we hear
that jean Butler and Vito Sammartano have become Mr. and Mrs., and congratula-
tions are in order because of the arrival of a set of twins which have been long
hoped for. Donnie Robertson is well taken care of by his steady income from his
Vl'e are now entering the business district of the biggest little city in the world.
From all signs, lrene McManus is now running the R 8: L. She is in joint part-
nership with Doris Parker whose remarkable window displays are known the world
The bus is stopped by Louis Valle, member of the Natick Police. He said that
he was just lonely and had to talk with someone. VVe learned that others on the
force included Eddy Condon, jimmy Clasby, Harry Seavey, with VVally Mathews
as chief. Do you think he had some sort of "drag"? They seem to be really keep-
ing peace in town, but it might be said that there isn't anything to quiet down since
they have become respectable citizens.
By this time, the bus stop has been reached and all pile off. Other busses
coming in are driven by Marie McCauley, Marjorie Mclntosh, and Rita Lynch.
It looks as.though the women have really taken over the transportation system.
No wonder the accident rate has decreased!
We head toward the high school and meet jimmy Lockhart, pretty smooth,
indeed, in an admiral's uniform. Imagine our disappointment when he told us it
was only a cloorman's outfit for jacqueline Durbin's famous hotel, "Bigbill."
Across the street are jean Lowell, Roberta Barrus, Eileen Devereau, Peggy
Burns, and Frances Cantrel who all work at Cushing Hospital. VVe wonder why?
It will have to remain a mystery!
A long limousine catches our eye, Marion Pettee, the nationally famous orator,
is stopping to speak with jane Lupien, a laboratory technician in jack Noonan's
baby-bottle plant. Don't ask us how jack got started in that business!
Coming out the front door of good old Natick High, as we are entering, is
Robert Marden, Glen Lyons, and George Morris, representing the three branches
of the service, Bob, an admiral in the Navy: Glen, a general in the Marines fGen-
cral Lyons, doesn't that sound nicej g and Colonel Morris. Brother! all that meat
and no potatoes. No wonder we won the war!
We find that Elsie Swanson has succeeded Miss Mann in the principal's office,
with Franny McSweeney looking very important behind the principal's desk. He
has attempted to put over some new policies in the school such as serving ice cream
to all the pupils every Saturday that school is in session.
Fran takes us on a tour of the school to meet some old classmates who have
become teachers. Dorothy Curtis is head of the History Department, and Elinor
Burke teaches English up in Room 28. Norman Chase has introduced a new class
in radio. Now, one! Now, two! That voice has a familiar ring to it. Yep, we
were rightg Donny Fair looks pretty fit leading his gym class. He doesn't eat
quite as much as Bruno used to Quo once could J, but he uses his tactics-the "you
do it or else" method!
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Dana Olson and Harold Paecht were visiting Mr. McManus when we stopped
in. Dana Olson is now heavyweight champion of the world. and Harold is his
promoter. He certainly has come a long way since our school days in '45,
Walking further around the building, we find as head coach and assistant
physical director, tllenford Atkinson, whose excellent volumes written on basket-
ball theory have carried his name high in the world of sports. Glenny tells us that
Tony K'ot'liosiCl'o has been named to have the most perfectly built body in the world,
easily taking the title away from Charles Atlas.
After talking with Glenny for a while, we continue along our way: and our
attention is attracted by none other than William Brown who is head of the mathe-
matics department. We drop in just as he is stating his reasons why Einstein is
wrong, and his group of quiz kids is listening intently. We listened too, but it was
greek to usg so we sneaked out. A
Un the corner we purchase a paper with headlines that read as follows: Agnes
ll'i1.wn, I-'irxt H'onmn Presideiit of the United States. In the articles below, we
tind that june Brenneman is to he her private secretary. Incidently, Donald Schen-
fele is vice-president. Now we'll know where to go when we want some red tape
ln a sub-headline we read that .lean Cotton and john VanderMeer are the
new academy award winners for the coming year. Even out in Hollywood, the
town of Natick is well represented.
As we turn the page, a picture catches our eye. A group of -men with torn and
ragged clothes and with flowing beards are looking unhappily at the camera. Their
names, left to right are: Vincent Roberts, Robert Gilbert, Thomas Deignan, Robert
Brown. and Vito Arminio. all former sailors. It seems that their ship was torpe-
doed near a l-'acihc Isle, and they have just been living there ever since. They
didu't :eem to like being rescued very well. We wonder why!
An ad just below describes the beautiful riding academy run by jean Dunton,
with -lean Blain as assistant instructor. It states further that all her horses are fed
exclusively on Hay-Nay, the famous horse food created by Hazel Najas.
Un the society page we see that Ella Mae Hatch is now in the upper brackets.
jean Riker is her constant companion, both working on committees and charities.
The current best seller is advertised. Its author is Loretta Kreshpane, its
title- -"Giggles" The title will prepare you for anything, and knowing the author,
you should be ready for anything.
lrene .-Xntinori's column on "W'ho's Who in Hollywood" is read by all. She
has only the highest praise for Salvatore Profetto's new production. Its leading
lady is none other than june Bellofatto. We knew that that cute faceaand figure
would take her places. Irene also writes that Tony Melchiorri, noted trumpeter,
has been ollered a contract from Warner Bros.
Someone suggests going to "Flynn's Cafe" for our evening meal, so we lose
no time in getting over to jeans U
We are greeted at the door by hostess jean Hewitt. who leads us to a pleasant-
ly-situated table. l'aul Nleymaris, who had been sitting all alone, moved his chair
over to us and joined the party. He claims that he has invented a painless drill and
THE sAssAMoN 17
that his research has aided science tremendously. VVho are we to doubt such a
At the table to the right of us sits hlarilyne Murphy, owner of a fashion shop
in Florida. XYe learn that she has Helen Pineau. Tina XVinn, Barbara Houret, and
Mary Amato on her modeling staff. How's that for being loyal to your high-school
classmates? Sitting with Klarilyne is Rlarie Culcasi, who is making a tour of the
country playing the piano for the entertainment of the numerous veteran hospitals.
Speaking of veterans, Marie tells Us that Nlariou Dutton is running one for Navy
personnel only. She must be prejudiced or somethin', huh?
To the left of us is Eddy Wall, trying to put over a deal to Barbara Gilmore,
well-known artist. He has really taken his real-estate business seriously, and know-
ing Eddy, we realize he can use persuasive measures.
Over in the corner, Anita Leavitt is having trouble with her spaghetti. The
darn stuff goes everywhere but the right place. She is in partnership with Bobby
Grant, designing and producing new hat creations. They really have an effect on
men-especially their pocketbooks.
The food was excellent. No wonder Irene Town, the cook, received the high-
est award at the national cooking contest. The beverage served with the meal
proved to be Lene Pierro's "Non-Burp" specialty. She and Betty l'ignatelli have
devoted many years to perfecting it. .
Complaining in loud tones and in no uncertain language about the non-tender-
ness of his steak is Arthur Arthur, who now runs the Colonial.
Realizing that there isn't too much time left before the play, we pay the cashier.
Vasilika Christi and depart with a few more pounds added. but feeling swell.
Elizabeth Downing takes our tickets. She and Isabelle tlrupposo are running
an agency for lonely hearts. lt's different, anyway! And Howl T
Katherine Peters and Elena Pisano are ready with programs. They are
engaged in the reducing business. Their policy is, "lf NYC Can't Blake You Thin,
There Is No Use ln Hoping."
As we are rather early, we obtain seats right where we can see people as they
enter. There is Harriet Hayes, famous singer. who will render several selections
during intermission, just as she did ten years ago. jean Mills will accompany her
on the piano.
Here comes Geno Martinelli and his boys who will provide the music tonight.
His is one of the leading bands of the nation now. Richard VanXVart is his pub-
T Norma 'l aylor, Thelma Syrbich, Susan Tenny, and Marjorie Temple all come
in together. They form a committee for the benefit of homeless Siamese Twins.
They are all married and settled down, so they have plenty of time to put into club
Mary Moran, joan Davis's understudy, and june Miller, married to the presi-
dent of the Telephone Company, enter next. They wave to Claire Pulsifer, bridge
champion of the United States. ,
Sitting in the front row is Olive Seeley and Rhoda Sullivan. Olive is Presi-
l8 THE SASSAMON
dent of Framingham State Teachers College now, and Rhoda is her private secre-
There's the mayor, Arthur Hansen, with Leo Grady, pitcher for the Boston
Braves. They sit down beside Phyllis Hall, noted writer. She has written a book
on shorthand entitled, "Why I Don't Agree With Mr. Gregg." l bet Miss Crocker
will be interested in this.
Looking very happy and contented, indeed, is Marilyn Foster. seated with her
husband, former Sealiiee.
Margaret Sweeney, Patricia Ciccarelli, and Patricia Carey are busy discussing
the tenth divorce of Fay Spooner. Tsk, Tsk, Fay. I should think it would get a
trifle monotonous. Patty Ciccarelli and Patty Carey have formed the "Pat 8a Pat
Food Shop." Their best customer is Margaret Sweeney who gives numerous teas.
dinners, lunches, etc. at the local Old Ladies' Home, run by Dora Chaulk.
Barbara Morse, owner of a local beauty shop, comes in with Kay Vergos, who
has a chain of ice cream parlors. She has created the "Sundae Extraordinary."
Eyerything's in it but the kitchen sink.
Do you remember that quiet little girl, Elaine Condon? You wouldn't know
her now! She is an ace comedienne on stage and radio, noted for her moose calls,
Another radio star is Nancy Angelo, who stars on the program "John's Second
Wife's Cousin." The sponsor of the show is Louise Berenius, producer of "Onions
Supreme." It seems that the onions still hold their flavor, but thewonclerful aroma
has been eliminated. She has made millions.
The hall is really filling up now, and ushers Mary Carroll, Christine Boucher,
and Mary Ahern are having difficulties finding room for all. Chris is a personality
expert now, and the two Mary's are on her staff helping to give pointers to all.
Their motto is "Come with poisonalityg leave with personality."
Ruth McCracken, an authority on "XYhat the canine of today is wearing," is
hunting furiously for a seat. A few of her models tried to follow her in, but a
sign was quickly posted, "No Dogs Allowed." I
Everyone has quieted down now, for it is time for the curtain to go up. I
mean it was quiet for a moment, but the silence was shattered by someone coming
in like a two-ton dump truck. Mary Maloon, the last member of the class of '45
to be seen before the lights are dimmed, makes a flying leap for an empty seat
beside Ruth. Mary is the creator of the No-heat, No-curler, No-chemical Perman-
ent Wave. The secret of it all is that she hypnotizes the customer, scaring her so
that her hair curls. Why didn't someone think of that before?
lncidentally, she missed the chair and cracked a perfectly good floor board.
Sh-h-h, everybody, there goes the curtain.
As the lights were dimmed and the curtain rolled up, Danny Dunn and Dolly
Kinsman were again portraying the mother and father. Dan's now a semi-pro
boxer, and Dolly operates the "How toflet Your Man" Agency. Next came Pat
Cuttell, now the sole owner of The ltsum Kitsum Flea Show. jim Hamwey
arrived late, due to the fact that he and Dot Killeen, now Mr. and Mrs., are busy
with l.,otira, Pepita, Rosita and Mike. Tony Arminio's dance style is quite differ-
TIHE sAssAMoN 19
ent now since he's toured South America with his captivating partner, Charlotte
Anzivino. Charlie Murphy, president of Harvard University and Ann McGrath,
author of "How Much I Spent to Become a Member of the Honor Society,"
looked screamingly funny during their Apache Dance. Dot Nichols and Margie
Hallsworth, both New York taxi-cab drivers, were on hand for the show. Crash-
Slam-Bang-Estelle XVallis has arrived with her handsome husband Swoon boy
La Crostra. The only substitution is in the part of Dot Glynn who is now a
trigger-happy gun moll.
As the cast was called back for its last curtain call, we realized that we were
no longer Natick High seniors residing in Natick. We bid our classmates fare-
well, and busses, planes, trains and cars are filled to capacity with the class of '45
retiring to their respective jobs throughout the world.
'Y 'T 4
The honieward stretch, the goal at last in sight,
The goal toward which we worked with all our might.
But now, dear Alma Mater, as the time grows short
Each grievesg but silently he takes his place.
Can we go on, prove worthy to those dead
And those who die? Can we go on ahead?
Vtfill they be with us, on their souls no mar,
To help and comfort us, both near and far?
Through your halls our laughter never more shall ring
S0 let us now and evermore your praises sing.
Through years gone by we've been preparing for this day,
NVe, who yesterday were children joyously at play,
Are faced with problems yet unsolved.
Can we bring peace? May hate forever be dissolved.
Each lift his eyes to God in silent plea
That he will help, however dark the road may be?
And when at last the world is bright and gay,
When men and women laugh and children happily may play,
VVe, with faith in God, shall rule once more,
And peace will soon again force wide her door.
Gmnvs THoMPsoN K1NsMAN.
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Baseball Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 43 Band
Z, 3: Corridor Patrol Z, 3, 4: Glee Club Z3
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Safety Council Z, 3, 4:
Sassamon Board 4: Student Council Z. 3,
4: ,lunior Executive Board. Senior Execu-
tive Board, Representative to Boys' State,
Representative to High School Conference
at Boston University, Ticket Committee
for Sports Dance, Orchestra Committee
for Sports Dance. Class President 4.
JUNE BRENNEMAN-Vice President
Defense Savings Collector 2, 3, 43 Honor
Society 43 Sassamon Board Z, 33 Student
Council 3: Red Cross Z3 Usher at Gradua-
tion 3: Yice President 3, 4: Usher at Honor
Society Program 33 Refreshment Commit-
tee 31 Football Dance 3: Executive Board
3, 4: Commercial Club 4: Usher at "XVar
Stamp Night" 3: Receiving Line Junior
Prom 33 Invitation for Senior Reception 4.
FAY SPOON ER--Secretary
Sassamon Board 2, 3, 43 Student Council
43 Class Secretary 2, 3, 43 Drum Major-
ette 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 3, 43 Decor-
ation Committee, junior Prom 3: fChair-
manl Ticket Committee, Football Dance
43 Usher at Senior Play 4.
MILD RED GRANT-Treasurer
Girls' Athletic 23 Sassamon Board 3, 4:
Student Council 43 Executive Board 3, 4:
Class Treasurer 3, 43 Secretary, Student
Council 43 Class Play Reader 43 Decorat-
ing Committee, Sports Dance 3, 43 Enter-
tainment Committee, Sports Dance 3:
Decorating Committee. Football Dance 3.
4, Entertainment Committee, Football
Dance 3, 43 Ticket Committee, lr. Prom
3: Ticket Committee, Football Dance 43
lnvitation Committee, Football Dance 41
Favor Committee, Football Dance 43
Cheerleader 3, 43 Usher at Senior Play 43
Music Committee: Class Party Commit-
1 THE SASSAMON
Conmiercial Club 4.
llockcy 33 -lunior Red Cross 23 filcc Club
23 l'slier at Football Dancc 3.
Corridor Patrol 2, 3, 4: Safety Council J,
3, 4: Sassamon Board Z, 33 Senior lfxecu-
tive Board 43 Commercial Club 43 junior
Red Cross Z, 3, 41 Usher at Senior Play:
Decoration Committee, Senior Reception.
lilection Counter .Z3 junior Red Cross 7
3. 4: Commercial Club 4.
Girls' Athletic 3, 4: Corridor Patrol 41
Glee Club 43 Safety Council 4: Sassamon
Board 3, 4: junior Red Cross 3, 43 Secre-
tary 43 Cheerleader 43 Usher for junior
Prom 33 Chairman Decorations for Foot-
ball Dance 43 Class Party COITIIIITHCCQ
lfsher at Senior Recs-ption3 Prophecy 41
Play Cast 4.
Usher at Senior Reception 43 Play Cast 4.
C. S. Navy.
Corridor Patrol Z, 3, 43 Defense Savings
Collectors 3, 43 Clee Club .23 Sassainon
Board Z, 3, 43 Checker, Football Dance 41
Collect tickets at Music Festival 33 Usher
at Sports Night 33 Usher at Senior Recep-
Baseball Z, 3. 43 Basketball Z, 3, 43 tlyni
Class Leader 3, 4.
Hockey 4: L'. S. Navy.
Glee Club .ig Usher and Decorations,
,lunior Prom 33 Commercial Club 41 Can-
Checker in elecliona 2: ,lunior lixecutive
Board 33 Decorating Committee, Junior
Prom 33 Usher at Honor Society 3: Com-
mercial Club 45 Ticket Committee for
Senior Play 4.
Band 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Decorating
Committee, junior Prom 33 Uahcr at
Senior Play 4.
Majorettc 2, 3, 4.
li. S. Navy.
Ublicr at Graduation 33 Checker at junior
Glcc Club Z, 3.
Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Csher at Senior Reccp- wg,
Glu' Club 2, 3: Stnclcnt Cnnnvil -lg Cum-
incrcinl Club 43 llccurntimi Cnniniittci- :it
llirlx' Xllileiir 3, 4g I'sln'r Cunnnilt1m'1'.
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b:ill llzmcv 43 Girls' .Xtlilm-tic .Xwcililmly 33
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lPvrni':1timi CIUIIIIIIIIICU, Svniur licu-plimi.
Cnrriclor lzitrnl 33 Ilnnur Suvicty 3, -lg
Safety Council 31 Student Cuunvil 23
llvfi-nw Savings Connnittvc 2, 3. 42 l'slwr
zinil Ilcnwzliiilg Cominittcv, juniur Prmng
lkln-r at Ilrazlixutimil Usbcr at S1-nior
I'l:1y2 Calm-r :it Senior Iivci-ptimi, Gilt
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lnrlx A-Xtlilctif 2, 3, 43 Rcfreslnnenl Cmn-
inittcc at Senior Ri-ccptiun.
Ilawlmll 2, 3, 43 Currirlnr Patrul Z, 3, -lg
Fafvty Cfwuncil 2, 3, 4.
Girl! .Xtlilctic 3 43 Glu- Club Zi Cinnnier-
cial Club 43 Substitute--limi'Icnw Savings
Crrllvllrri' 2, 3.
Ifimmlmll 33 Currirlor Patrfwl 41 fllvc Club
li Hnnur Sofia-ty 3, 43 Safety Council 43
Student Council 4: lixcrutive lluard 43
Ilvcurating Committc-c-, junior Prom 33
lkbcr juiiiur Prmn 33 Usher Grzuluatimi
I735 3, :Incl Clan Hay 33 Lfilier at Senior
I'lz13'1 Ifxlier at Scniur Rem-ptirni.
Cmnmcrcial Club 4.
Baseball 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Hockey 43
Corridor Patrol 43 Checker at Sports
Football Z, 41 l"Iocl-:ey 2, 3, -ll Defense
Savings Collectors 23 Glee Club Z3 Sassa-
mon Board 2, 3g XYar Savings Committee
2, 3, -I3 junior Executive Board 3: Hall
Committee, junior Prom 3.
Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 43 Football Z, 3,
-13 Glee Club Z3 junior Red Cross: Class
Leader in Gym 3, 4.
Csher at Senior Play 4.
tllee Club 4: Student Council 3: junior
lixecutive Board 31 Csher at Graduation
33 Clerical Assistant to Miss IYildbur 31
Commercial Club 43 Orchestra Committee
for junior Prom: Assistant Checker for
lilection 23 Cashier for the Lunch Room
Z, 3, 4: Program Committee for Senior
Reception 43 Honor Society 4.
Ticket Committee for Senior Play 45 Re-
freshment Committee, Senior Reception.
Girls' Athletic Z, 41 Defense Savings Col-
lectors 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Sassamon Board
Z1 Refreshment Committee, ,lunior Prom:
Refreshment Committee, Football Dance
33 Senior Play Cast.
Lv. S. Navy.
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4. -5.93 -
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llockcy 3. 43 Defense' Savings Collcctors
21 Campaign Manager: Checking Coni-
niittcc for Sports lhincc: Lf. S. Arniy.
Girl! Athletic 1, .31 Rcml Crows Reprcsvn-
tutivt-Q 33 Commercial Club 43 Clcrk at
Ticket Connnittcc, Senior Play: llccorat-
ing Conunittee for Senior Rc-ccption.
Ilcfcnsc Savings Collcctors 23 Glcc Club
2: Honor Socicty 3, 41 Safety Council 2,
3, 43 Commissioner 4: Sassanion Board 2,
3, 4: Student Council 2, 4, fPresidcnt 43:
licfcnsc Stamp Committee 2, 3, 4, lPrcsi-
rlcnt 4lg Usher Graduation and Class Day
2, 3, 4: Usher at Senior Reception: Class
Pzirty Committee 43 Play Cast 4.
Stuclcnt Council 35 Dccorating Committcc,
junior Promg Publicity 4.
Ik-corating Cornniittce, Senior Rcccption.
Corridor Patrol 3, 4: Safety Council 3, 4.
Football 3, 41 Hockey 41 Honor Socicty
43 Red Crossg lflectiong Usher at Gradua-
tiong Gift Connnittcc 4.
Publicity 4: Class Party Committee 4.
Coinmcrcial Club 4.
Girls' Athletic Z, 3: Clee Club 23 Commer-
cial Club 43 Candy Committee, Senior
Glee Club 3, 5, 4.
C. S. Navy.
Corridor Patrol 2, 5, 43 Glee Club 2, 33
Honor Society 4: Safety Council 2, 3, 4:
Decorating Committee, Junior Prom 3.
lChairmanJ: Senior Executive Board 43
Commercial Club 4: Usher at Senior Play:
Decorating Committee, Senior Reception,
!Chairmanlg History 4.
Girls' Athletic 23 Senior Play Castl Com-
mercial Club 4.
Baseball Z, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 4: Decora-
tion Committee tor Football Dance 4:
Usher at Framingham-Natick Football
game 3, 45 Senior Executive BO211'!lQ
Ticket Committee, Football Dance 4.
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Ballad for Americans 23
Mixed Glec Club 2: Candy Committee.
Senior Playg Csher at Senior Reception.
Commercial Club 4.
Corridor Patrol 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Red
Cross 3g Commercial Club 4.
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tnrls Athletic 2, 3, 43 1 orridor l'atrol 2. 3,
41 llefense Savings Collectors 2, 3, 4,
Safety Council Z, 3, 43 Student Council 33
Decorating Committee and Usher Coni-
niittee. ,Iunior Prom: Cheerleader 31 Clerk
for lflections 23 Usher at Senior Recep-
tion: Decorating Committee, Senior Re-
ceptiong Play Cast 4.
Csher at Senior Reccptiong Usher at Clan
llay till lfntertaininent at Cushing 3, 43
l'sher at ,lunior Prom: Sports Night 2, 3,
42 Play Cast 43 llaseball 2, 31 lfootlmll
2, 3, 4 tacting co-captainlg lleeorating
Committee. Senior Reception: lloclcey
axst. manager 4.
Football 3, 41 Sports Night 3: l'. S. Navy.
lfootball Z, tmanagerli Defense Savings
Collectors 3, 43 Glee Club .23 XYar llond
Committee 3, 43 junior Red Cross 3.
ELLA MAE HATCH
Hand 43 Glee Club 4: Knitting Club 43
Entertainment, Football llance 43 Candy
Committee, Senior Play: Usher at Senior
Representative to IJ..-X.R. Convention 4:
lfsher at Honor Society lnduction 31 Cor-
ridor Patrol 3, 4, tCommi5sionerl 1 Defense
Savings Collectors 43 Glee Club Z, 3, 43
Safety Council 3, 4: Sassamon Board 3, 4.
tlfditor-in-chieflg VYar Savings Coinmit-
tee Z. 3, 4. lVicc Pres.l3 Victory Concert
Z: Usher at Thanksgiving game 3: Mixed
Clee Club 2: Ticket Committee, ,lunior
Prom fChairmanlg Ticket Committee.
Senior Play: Student Council 41 Soloist at
Graduation, Registrar, Sophomore Class Z.
Glee Club 3, 41 llrum Majorette 2, 3, 4,
tHead Majorette 41: Red Cross Collector
4: Tuberculosis Ifund Collector 4g Ticket
Committee for jacket lfuml Z.
Glee Club Z5 Sassainon Board 31 lkher at
Graduation 2, 3: Properties, Senior Play.
Publicity Committee, junior Prom: Com-
mcrcial Club 41 Senior Play Cast: llecora-
tion Committee, Senior Reception: Clam
TH E SASSA MON
Girls' Athletic 2, 3, 4: Defense Savings
Collectors Z, 3: Clee Club Z, 3, 4: Sassa-
mon Board Z, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, 4: Glee
Club Librarian 3, 43 A. A. Collector 4:
Ticket Committee. Sassamon Dance 4:
Favors football dance 4: Decoration Com-
Favors, Decoration and Ticket Commit-
tees. Football Dance 4: Cheerleader 4:
lfsher at junior Prom: Invitations and
Entertainment Committee, Sports Dance
4: Mixed Glee Club Z: Red Cross Com-
mittee 3, 4: Usher at Senior Reception:
Class Party Committee: Senior Play Cast:
Girls' Athletic 2, 3, Corridor Patrol 2, 3, 4:
Defense Savings Collectors .21 Safety
Council 2, 3, 4: Sassamon Board 3: Stu-
dent Council 3: Commercial Club 4: Class
Treasurer Z: Decorating Committee for
junior Prom and Senior Reception.
Girls' Athletic 2: Orchestra 2: Commercial
tllee Club Z, 3, 4: Mixed Glee Club: Ballad
for Americans Z: VVar Savings Committee
Z, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Usher at Senior Play:
Decorating Committee. Senior Play.
Commercial Club 4.
Football Dance 2: junior Prom.
U. S. Navy.
Candy Committee for Senior Play.
Girls' Athletic 2: Glee Club 3. 4: Sassa-
mon Board Z, 3, 4: Senior Executive
Board: Ticket Committee, Senior Play:
invitations for Senior Reception.
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-,4 THE SASSAMON
llziucl 2, 5.
K'ui'ricltu' Vsllrul .51 l,k'l'CllSk' SQlYlllj15 ful-
lcrltirs .lg Glu' lllllli -lg lluliliritj' -1.
R' f ' I IM-lbiiw Savings L'ollv1'tm's -li Szussiiiimi
, . . . . .
lmzircl 2. .li laucly Ctiiiiiiiittvv. Sviiiur Play
-13 l'i'uplicry 41 Claus llilt Cmiiiiiittm' 2, 3,
-11 l'ixcm'iitivc llmuwl 33 Uslici' :it Sports
Xiglit 3' l'slwi' :tt llumir F-ucicty luclur-
tiiiu .lg 'l'ickvt CUlIllIllllk'l'. .luuiur l'rtuu1
l'i'n-xirlciit, CUlllll1Cl'l'l1ll Club -1.
lwmtlmall 3, -lg lluckcy 3, -lg Mlm' Qlulm 23
Curriclur Patrol 3, 41 Safety Ciiiiiicil 3, -l:
Sassziuitui lluarcl Z3 l'1Xk'l'llllYL' lluzircl 31
l'i't-sirluut ul' Rt-cl Cross 41 L'slicr :it -luuim'
l'rtu1i3 lvll2lll'llll1lll Pulilicity Qluwuiiittcc
fur ,lziclwt lrllllfl -lg llccorzitiug CniiiiiiittcL'.
, lfuutlizill llzuicv -lg lf, S. Navy.
Orrlicslrzi Z, 3, -lg lfuutlizill -lg llaiul 2, 3, -l.
llasclmll 2. lklzuizigcrl: Huckcy 2, 3. 43
L'urriclur Patrol 53 tilt-c Club 2: Salt-ty
Couucil 31 Student Cmiiiril 2. 33 .X .-X.
Collcftm' 3: lla-coratiiig Ciiuiiuittcv. ,luuiur
Prmui Ulziss Prcsiflcut Z, 33 'l'ivlu-t Umu-
uiittvc, lfmitlmall llaucc 41 lfiitwtsiiiiiiiciil
:tml lleroratiou Coiuiuittvcs, Sports llzuiu-
4, lfxccutivc Bwzircl .lg Clit-1-rlszirlt-1' 43
I lllici' at Senior Rcrcptimig Class llnrty
l.igliiiui1 :mfl Wiring. l7L't':wi'aitimi Lluuuiit-
tm-c, Scuiur Rcrc-ptimi: l'ropcrty fmuuiit-
tcc, Svuiur Play: lfuutlmll 1, -13 llzuqlmll
3: Salt-ty Patrol 4.
l't-iiiiiicrcizil Club -1.
llvfviisc Savings Collcctui's 2. 4: lllrc Ululi
3: Stuclcut Coiiuvil -3 lxccl Crow Cluiuuitr
tccl Cmiiiiiwfial fluli -lg XN':ir Sziviuga
Cuiiiiiiittcci 'llickt-t CUIllllllIlL't', Scuiur
Girl! .Xtltlc-tu' 2, 3, 43 Cfvrrltlur Patrol 2, 3.
-li Glvc Clulm 3, 4. fpianistli Urrltcstrza 2.
IN tx Q utul P 3 4 I euntuxl Stu
gfztfcr' "tw 1 'A ..,,, s if -
flcnt Cutltwil 3, 41 Rail Cross 31 fltccr-
czulcr 4: ,ltmiur lixecutivc Board: .-X. .-X.
fulln-t'ttrr -lg Pittrmn and I'1IlIt'I'I?llllIIlClII
Qmnxnittces, Sports llanfc -l: Cltztirtnztn of
I,i'I'tll'IlIItllI Q'tmnnlttc'c'. Fuotlwall llanvc 42
Nlusir Cullllttittvc, junlur Prom: Yictury
mutt-rt 21 lklwr :tt Sc-niur lit-Ct-ptiuxtl
Play Czut -1.
t,lt-c Clulr 3: l7ct'm':ning Cmmmlittct- fur
ltmiur I-'rt-nt: Curnrrmmflal Cluln 4.
lit-frcslnnt-nt klmnnittct-, vlunim' Prt-tn:
C'mnn1crvi:tl Club -I.
'ex . "u't'ttL' -1: Kla'urCttc 2. 33 lllcc
llc tl Xlftj 1 J
Clulr 33 Ptulmlirity Cmnxnittcc lm' ,luniur
Prmng Girls' Xtltlm-lit' 2.
liasclmll 2. .51 lrluckcy 3, 41 Iiancl 2, 3, -13
Xlaltagt-r in llztst-lmztll lg Register for vat!
ng -li Publicity.
llzwn-lmztll 31 llzuul 2, 3, -lg I51't'lIl'NIl'2i Z, 3. 4.
lit-lt-ttw Saringx Ctlllccttmrs 3, -li Urfluw-
tra 2: Rt-cl Crmx L'txmmittcc 33 L. S, Coast
Girls' .Ntltlt-tit' Z, .lg S?l5S21111UlI lltmrrl Z, 33
Lluxttm-rt'1ztl Clulm -lg Clue-flu-r for lflurtiml
1 Vnlu-r at Svuiur lit-vcptimw.
C'ul11tm-:vial Clulm -1.
W' ,is ,
Football 43 llockcy 3. 43 lfshor at junior
Prom: Sport Night jacket Fund 33 Voting
on ballot Z3 lfntct'taintncnt Coinntittcc for
lfootlmll llanrc 43 lf. S. .-Xrniy.
Conunt-rt'ial Club 43 RCl'I'K'SlllIIt'Ill Conl-
nnttcc. Senior Rcfcption.
ltotvllillll 43 Hockey 2, 3,43 Cort'idor Patrol
2, 3, 43 Glu' Club .23 llonoi' Socicty 3, 43
Sassainon Board 2. 3, 43 Senior lfxccutivc
lloard: Cslicr at Graduation and Class
Hay 33 Representative to Mass. Boys'
State 33 Hall Committee, Senior Rcvcp-
tiong Play Cast 4.
Knitting Club 33 Sassamoi: Home Room
Collcctor 3, 43 Chevkcr in lflections 3, 43
Candy COIIIIIIIIICC. Senior Play.
Girls' Atlilctit' Z, 33 Hand 23 Glu- Club 23
Girls' Athletic Z3 Salvage Committeu .23
Commt-rvial Club 43 Senior Play Cast.
liaseball 23 Hand 2, 3, 43 Sassainon Board
Li. S. Navy.
Glu' Club 2, 33 Honor Society 43 Sassa-
inon lioard 3, 43 Chairman ot' Publicity
Comniittcc for junior Prom: Literary
l'nblicity for Senior Play: Invitations
Committm-0. Svnior Revcption,
Football 43 Red Cross 3, 43 Refresbtncnt
Ct:IIIIIIIltl'f'. Sports Dance 43 Dt-roration
Cominittct' 3, 43 U. S. Navy.
T H E S AS S A M O N
Girls' Athletic Z, 33 Commercial Club 41
Program Committee for Senior Play:
Typist, Sassamon Yearbook 4,
Girls' Athletic 2, 43 Defense Savings Col-
lectors 2 ,3, 4g Clee Club Z, 3, 43 Refresh-
ment Committee, junior Prom: XVar Sav-
ings Committee 2, 3, 4: Refreshment Com-
mittee. Football Dance 41 Checker for
Senior Election: Counter for Sophomore
Girls' Athletic 23 Refresllment Committee
for Football Dance.
Girls' Athletic .Zg Refreshment Committee
tor Sassamon Dance 3.
Commercial Club 4.
Sassamon Board 33 Poster Commitee for
junior Promg Properties, Senior Play.
Decoration Committee for Senior Recep-
tion: C. S. .-Xrmy.
lf S. Navy,
X 1 - - Q
Mlcc Llnlm 1, 33 llunur 5-ncwty -lg Sawza-
xmm Iiuzircl 43 Stuclcnt Council lg lr. RHI
Girls' .Xllllc-tix' Z, 3, 4,
Pmtcr Cmnlnitlrc fm' Ifmrtlmll llanvc -13
Lf S. Navy.
llall 41 Rt'fl'6il'llllt'lll Connniltvc. Foutlmll
llancc 3, 43 Patron Cmmnittcc of ,lackvt
xv Fund llama- 43 Slmrtx Night 4.
15. VITO SAMMARTANO
S l U
ul ummm LL wr an Rcuptnm
vuratum umm: -- my all llanrc
'nc ' "c O n .., . Q lDecur'1tim1 Lom-
ni lcv. mr 5 ' "L 'C " 'n Q1 -
1 mi tcc, im' Pm lQ 1 .' .' :url Q- .'.
.'f' 75' , . . .
:gif 'Q 1 LUI'Y'lllU1' Patrol 2, 3, 41 Hmmm' 5-nut-ty 3,
43 Safely Counril 2, 3, 43 Clue-claw' at
'axial ' . ,luniur l'rnmg l'shcr at Clrzuluimtiml 3.
, Q . : Q:
: 'S HARRY SEAVEY
:.,f:,L ,, ,I , , ' K A
,j 7 llzulcctlmall 4: Rell Lrnss Rcprvsclltutlvc -lg
'gl -5 A liutvrtaimnc-nt at Cuslmmg llmpital 3g
W4 ' j' lkcrnratiml C'or11111ittvc-, Lighting and XN'il'-
,, 5 J ff ing 4,
Red Crow Rl4llI'l'5l'l'lf?l.llYC 43 Tirkct Unn-
mittcr, Senior Playg lnvitatiun fur Sc-nim'
Reception: flift Q'HlIlllllltl'k'.
L. S. Navy.
Qu-V Z3 alumni' l'.Xl'l'llllX'C lhmrclg liznllzul
ul .Xxm-riczxm 23 filllllj' Cmxlxwmittvc mr
Girl! Atliletie 2: Musie Committee: Com-
mereial Club 41 Refreshment Couiniittee,
junior Prom: Candy Committee. Senior
lfootlmall 2, 5, 43 Senior lfxeeutiye Board:
Music Committee for liootliall llanee 42
XYrestling at Sport Night 33 Class Leader
Z. 5, 43 Hall Committee, Senior Reeeptionq
lf S. Navy.
,. , . V, . .
birls .Xthletie 2, 31 Satety Council 2, 3, -12
Sassamon Hoarcl 3, 41 Student Couneil 51
Commercial Club 43 Cheerleader 31
Decorating Committee for Junior Prom:
Senior Exeeutive Board -15 Decorating
Conunittee for Sports Dance 3: Decorat-
ing Committee for lfootliall llanee 33
Reading Committee for Senior l-'lay 4:
Program Coinniittee. Senior Play: llonor
t'ommereial Cluli 4.
Usher at Senior Play,
Girl! .Xtliletie Z: lfsliei' at Senior Play,
Refrexliinent foumiittee at Senior Recep-
Girl! Xtliletie 31 Coinniereial Kilulm 4,
Glee Club 3, 4.
lfootlmll 2, .lg lloekey Z, 3, 43 junior Reel
JOHN VANDER MEER
Girls' Athletie Z1 Glee Club 43 Decorating
l'onnnittee for Football llzniee 43 Com-
niereial Club 41 Candy Committee, Senior
Play: Refreslnnent Committee 2.
Football 3, 3, 43 Student Council 3: Cheek-
ing, Sports Dance 3: Publicity. Sports
lliillfe 42 Properties, Senior Play.
Refrerluiieiit Connnittee, Football Dance
4: Assistant Registrar for Class lileetions
43 Play Cast 4.
Defense Savings Collectors Z, 5, 4: Glee
Club 43 Honor Society 3, 4: Ticket Com-
mittee for Senior Play ffliairnianl.
Illec Club Z, 3, 43 Majorettc with Band Z,
HE SIASSAA M
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Nllllfli lllgll Svluufl, ll is L'lllllIl1l5f'll ul' llIll'll'-l-Hlll' nu-nllufrx, ll lug' zuul 21 girl
l'i"lDI'f'5l'lll1illX'k' lAl'Hlll c':u'ln lumu-mmm, ilu- prcsulc-:mix uf mul: L'l2lN5 :xml tlu' wliluvr
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- 'l'Hli SASSAMON
lull: rf' -' ll, lrayk, ID. Ilalrymplc. .X, Arthur. rl. Sheridan, R. Mcfarthy, J. flashy. N
Chase, 'lf hlulmacw, F. Qhrclcllicxflmiu.
lhmi wap li. Xlarrlcn. 'l'. .Xx'miniw, J. lauckhart. il. XN'Olls, ll. llillmwe, Xl. Gonrllmyy, C
.Xu7iy'inlv. R. Cllizlrtlmia. C' Nlurplmyx ,
x fam! 1,,z.x' IJ. Ulwn, R. IM-.Xnlgcliy H. Stylcn, F. Stevens, M. Hallaworth, P. Dcmalmx
Xl. lilclriclgr, IZ. McNair, Xin Hynes
lrffnr ffl... Nl. lhlttun, I.. lirexlmpamg li, Swanson, D. Ihum, .'X. hlfllfkllll. ll. llaycs, T
THE SAFETY PATRUL
Ihm- balmy l'atrul un11l11c'11c'1'cl thc- sclwnl year wuth -Iuhn fXum1a11 as l,l'l'5l1ll'lll
xml .Xml Nlullratlm ax St'1'l'l'l2lI'y'. Nur IllQ'l11lK'l'5lllp haw hecn kvpt at a maximum
ul turty Nlllflvlllx
xli'lfllllQ,fN have hrs:-11 hclfl wcvklyi Nlany' 5llLfQl'5llUllh were put into affect
rn ll-vzmt tn llllIll'llX'lllgf thc' l'aIml, which pxwwcl helpful. The Safely' Patrnl is corn
lwml ln' twu l':1lrwlN, the Svni4n':u1rl thx' -luniur. lluring the year it hax hee-rn mecca
wry In aflfl In thc' parn,llc'r'f ul huth vlziswx.
Nlcclirlg- ll2lYL' lJCL'll he-lcl wcelxlyp Many 5l1gggc'stiu115 vvcrc' put into vllwl
'lhv Q-HlllIlllNNlHllL'l'N flurmg the year ww-1'1:: Daniel Dunn, Ruhcfrl Nlarclm-n
llSll'l'lt'l llaym-N anrl lflxin' 5NN'2lIlrOll.
In l"vlu'uax'y, .lulm Xfuman lvft -cluml tu artc-nfl l'l1lSlHI'l Ulllffgc, and llanicl
lhnm 2lwHLllIlvrl Illhlllllll ax lll'4'Nlll6'f1l.
lhv Swplmxrlmf' l'atrwl was vlcctc-fl in thx' Spring. anfl the Svniorf relinquiwlxw
lhrlcn' thc vapahlc' flirertilm uf Nlr-. lhlymw. thx' Safcty' l'atrul has c'njuy'wl a
ye ry N11u'e'MI'11l vc-ar.
THE SASSAMON '17
Hnvk rnrtx' li. llalrymple, K. Ki'1:5hpa1ie, ll. Nlorrix, C. llriggs, ul. Haclclatl, N. Harriiigtmi
.l. licitgiiaii, l., Row, C. Stcvtriix.
if'l11i'd1'ffzt'. R. llckiigclis, R. Prvwvsix, Ei. Lvavitt. ,l. Xllills, P. Uuttcll, M. Pc-ttcr. 5.1
O'Reilly. R. Xlvfrackcii. B. McNally.
xivtmizzi rwfttp' .X. Arthur, Y, liitincralli, ll. hlackbtm. N. Mills. li. .-Xiiibwortli, Mr. f lliiflikil
hush, Nl. Nlalimii, R. Farley, ,I Bc-l., lx. Augustine. lf Larflellircliio
Frmfl iviztx' H. Sclietifcle. C. Barr, ll, Ulimi, H. Hana A.. XY1lmii, Nl. Hall-uurtli, .X
Lravitt. Bl. Fldriclge. I. l1Yt'ilL'l?tt.
THE FVAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
The ll ai' Saxiiiggx QltPlllllllllL't' has hafl ali tiutxtaiicliiig year iii tht- xalt- fit Xliai
limirlx aml Statiipw, when ctiiiaiclc-ratimi if gin-it tw the fart that tltiriiig tht- yiar
l'44,l-l"-H thvre wt.-rt' twti Xlai' Buiirl rlrivcx. f lm- was helcl iii Seine-iiilifcr V943 aiifl
thc- utlim' was he-ltl iii lic-lirtiary 1044. The ttital aiiii-uiit raiwrl iii 1943-l"44 fc-r ft
iicriml of twciiti'-live we-Flu wax 518335.45 'llhc tiital fllllfblttll l'ZilSCll iii l'lH-l'l41
fur a similar lJf'T'lHll haa het-ii Sl7,2t,4.'lll, fir a flitlt-t't-tive tif f'Fl,U7O,5S lcv this Yvai'
' l i V J i i i i Iilitt
llicre is a Nllfflllfl Xlai' lifiiifl livin- which starts iii Nlay. aticl it if thc' exiwvtzt
of thc Witt' Saviiigx Uiiiiiiiittev that this clriw aiitl tht- rvggzilat' If-ltltl,tX,l VVt'!'l'xN iiii ti'
the flow :it wlimil will luring thc- attaitiiiu-tit wif its glial :if S.ltJ,tKlH,Oti, my an gtmmiyi
mate' im'i'c-aw in the walt- wit' limiils aiifl Startups tit' 1FS.tX..ltP.tK.l tive-i' thc goal wt l'l-H
l'l-14, which was S.2l,l7ti,titl. 'llhix vxcclltwit attaimm-tit, it' i'c-arliecl, will lit- 'hu
larggt-lx' tu a lewal uiqix tit lJ.'IlCllf'l45. thc' ll2lI'fl'VVtil'lilllQ liiiiiiciwiiii ll'2Ull'l'h aiirl .1
t'u4iIit't'I1IlYl' Slllflvtll -lit itll.
'llhc' ftilltiwiiig :tru tht- -itlitivrx ni' the llai' Saviiigx Uiiiitiiittcvg
llanivl liltiiiii. l'rt'xiflt'i1t' Xlai'i1it'it' llallaweirtli. .S't't'1'1'lt11j
Hin-fit-1 H351-,Q lim l'i't'.t1'rfi'iif ,Xgiitw Xtilwii, 'lrf't1.w11't'1'
l'7i'ke L. f,jt1?1ckc1ililisli, . lif2'l'.vt'i'
11 1-111:1- 11, 1':'1-511111, 11, xf121Il1N, 11. l.111111111111, 14. 11111'111:, R, 11.115, XX, 11l!1'1i1l'j 17
X11111111' 11. X11111x X Q'1111J11x1r'1'11
N 1111 11 X 111'11- U N1-1-11-1' 11 X11'l11'11111 1 1,111'1111111't. 11. 1111'r1-1',X1. 121111111151 11
111.1-11-1:, 11 x1'k1l11x1l1, 11, S1
, . . 1 .
1111 . 5 1'11w, 5 1v'1't'1111.'l1,L 1'11--'1'1- 11 Xl'11'111-11 1 11111x1'1111, if ,X11f11'11111, .1 11111111
111411, X1. f.1H11l111.
,Il-'NIIIR RED CRUSS C01 'NCIL
1111- 1111111114 111-11 1.1'l'XN 1111111111-1111 I"'11l'l'
N1-11111111-1-1. 1-11-1-11-11 111 X111-1-1111111
. - - 1
1 1-11-11 111 1111- Il1711l1II1 1lV1'll11ll l'N11'11 11141X1 III 111111'11 1111- 5L'1111l1' 111g11 514111111 :1-11111
11111'11111111-11 l1X111l1'1111l1'11'1'11 111-1 11111 111111111111-111
1'i4'1' 1111- 11!l'1X1l11IiN 111111111111 1111- N111f1l'111N 11111111- 111111 11111211 .1115 Q'111'11111111f 111'
1 11 11- 1111QN, 1---11111111111g ll 1111111111-11 g11-1 111311 Z1 111111. 1111111111 111. L'Ill1f1f', 11111111- 111111111111
111111 1111- 51111111 111 f11N11.11l1111' 111 1111- XX"l141N 1' 11l1'1lI
N111111f 111111111111 1111 1I1N 111x111
1111 1111 11111 111- 11:11 :1111111111111111-11 111 1111-111111-1K 1-1 11111- 1.11'1a 1111-1- 111111 11-1111-11 1'111f1
11111-11 111 1111- 111'N1711111 1111 111-1-1-1111111 111'1-1111 1111111
1 111111 1111-M 11-1-11 11.1' 1:11'1-11 1111 1111-11 111111 XN4l1l1l'11l'1111J1l1'1i111"' 1111- 1111'1-11'11 N1-11111
A A 1 r- A
1 1'i11111':1111111:11 111111-N 11'1-1'1- 11111-11 11'1111 11111111 511111 111-111111 sll1l1111l'H 1ll1'11111111'f1l 111
1'11 1111111-11 fL1'1'IlN 111111 11-1-1-1111-1-11 1111f1 1111111111 111 l'1'Jlf1I11Q 1111111911111 111-1'1- N1'111 111 1111
1 N N 11-x'1
14111111-11 1111-11.,111'g111111x.11111g111111g1111111111-1,1-111-1111-1',-1-1-,ring 11-NN N1-11. 1'11x 11111
N11-1 1111111'11N, 11111111111 1'Z11'f1N 111111 111 11 11'1-1'1- 111'1111- 1-111' 1111- 14111111.1111 111111 1l1l'1lx1111 111
111115111-,1-1-111 111111111111 1l:1111'!11N. 1'1'1x1111111 X1-1'1-111 1l2lN 1Pf'f'11 r1-11111-rc-11 Ill 1-1111-111111
11111111 111 11'1- 1'1-11111--1 111 1111- 11111111 11111 111111111111 Q"111111111l'l' 11'1111 111111111 1111- 111111111
1qfl1 Lt1'1lNN 11'111'11N 1:1 1-111N1- 11il1'111'l
THE SASSAMON 49
lftitk rfm'.' bl. Mfiriis. R. tlillilaiirl, IJ. Fair. vl. Ptiweiw, IJ. XXi!li:1111a, C. Hcriltiiiti, A. .-Xrtliui'
7il1lI'tfI'0It'. ll. Spiiiazftilzi. F. Spmviicr. Nl. Xiiclvrwii, .-X. lliirke. H. Styies. J. Rt-H, Rl. llrniit
gl l,11pic11, Xl. Q.2'lStL'H2lllU, II Sclwtlfele.
.S't'u:i111 nm: ,l. Park, P. Hoiiahuc. li. fXi11s11'ortl1. R. Powers. KI. XYells. M. Gtitiftiiww. C.
fX1171x'i1111, lf. Sxxaiimii, bl. Rikc-1'. M. Vleuiiings, NI. Eldrinlgt-.
I-mmf zum" ll. lJ111111. I.. Casavaiit, Y. 'I'1it1111y. ll. Parker. 17. Olmn, H. Haycs, R. IJQA1114-
t-lis, rl. Ctittmi, if Xliivphy.
THE 8,455.4 MON BUARD
'Iii1t'SXb5.XKIHA Htizlrcl tI11x1'en1',1111tle1' the vzxiiztlilc fli1'ct'ti1111 tif its ulitaur,
H?lfl'it"I H211 cr- iiiililixlic-tl tive- ft1111"11z1ffc and tlirccl fix-pave issues tif tlim' wliritil
, v A A
papa-1' 111 :11l1l1t1r111 In 11111' Nt-ztrlif-wk.
.Xltliuiigli tht' 21111111211 1411111-CI.CI1L.llN l1t-ltl 111 utlim' ycztrs wcrc' t':111t'cIlc-fl 111' tht'
Cnltiiiiluia Sclitilzutit' l'1'cM .Xws11Ci2iIi1111. Natick Ntill liulfls ttiurtli placc rating.
The ztiiiitiztl 5.1551 MUN lT:111t't', licltl iii 4 Pctfelit-1', was Iwtli :1 wcizil :mtl El 11111111-
t'i:1l Nticccrx flue In tlitt 1111ti1'i11g work tif tlif' cuiiiitiittecx :mel their 2l.ilYi5QI'5, M151
Sliatiiimr. Nlisx Ut111z1l1t1t-:tiicl Mrs. liifllltllwl.
Asxistt-tl I11' tht- l1w1111c'1'1111111 1't'11111'tQrs 111111 t'r1llt't'lt11's tlit' 1Jl'I'S4ll1I1Cl iiiditflfaflz
lfflitfli'-f-Ilz11'1'it-t llztyt-N. .lx.vi.1'fr111l-flvhrivtliy 47151111 1,1-ft'HII.X' lff!'1'fm' Uiirix
V2lI'Rl'I'. .Ix.x1'.1'lt111l 'Rtitli l'11wc'1'H. .Sifwrix lid!-fU1'.X' f 51111111 Xmiiizxii, tilgulyx Kiiiw
1112111. f311.m11'.v.v .tltinttyfw.vvllaiiicl IJIIINI, CilZ1l'it'N Nl111'pl1y. .S4I!l7,N't'VifVfl'Ull lfr1'iltu'
Rita UcAi1Q'c'lis. ,:f'HlIHt'if1l lf1!1'!mx1" Yifilt-tt:t 'liiittiilil Klzifi' Zztcvwiii.
11111111:1N:1 g1'1-:11 1-111111'1' 111 -11
I 1 A 1'1 ' 13. 'I'1-un. NI. I'11dr11
1141-, 114 11211111111-II, I', IJ1-X1c1'111, Xl. '1l'1ll11111,fx. UI. 3111111141-, ,I
11111111111111, I'. 1'11111'11, H. 1P:1I'1g1'1'11, X, 1X'11x1111, AX XYIIIII
I. H1-11111 H. I'II!ll1iN. 17 UIN1111.
f 1:1 "11111, L.,-X11z1v11111, KI. 1'11NIk'1. I. NIa11'11'.':1111, 11, I'1'1w1'111t, 1-1, 1-11'1-ww, 1
1.z111g1-1'111. Mr NI:'1yI11-1'g1-1', 11. VI:1111:N1111, RI. QQIIIVHNI, I, 111111111-1111, XI
Ijf'I1l'l' I 11r11111111x11,I 'I'11111r1' X I1111x11'II.
N 111111 X K'111111c1', Y Rl'j'111'1If1l, VI, NI:1111, I-', I,CI'AIt'llY', VI. I111r111111, R. P11111-15. K'
Iz1'121'f1T112111, K' I'jI1'T1'1f I R11111-1'1x, 1f. P211'l111'l11L'1', 11, 141111111N1'111, H
111111-1, 11 Sl'fA1K'N, FT, IJ1-.X11g1'1i1, If. IIa111'I1.
1 I 111111-11, if 1'.11SPID1, K, 17111-11111 I7 XI11lr:1111, I N111r11111. If. .X111s11'111'1111 X
. XI14X:111j X, I.1w11'i11 -I I,ll111r'1l, 1', Ifarr
GIRLS' GLEE CLI-'B
XX 1111 :111 1111-1'w111-I111111g I111I1II1f'1- 111 g11411 Ft'11111'11111,f 1111 Q11-1 L'I1lI1 11115 11111' 11 1111
1 'IIIIIf111I 1:1111 111 N1-I1-1'1 II-11111 41111171115 v111N1 11x11-1w11g1r1s, :11111 1-s111'1'1z1I11 1111' :1 111-11
1 1 1 -
111111'1111' 1111-1111-111111:11 11111
1111' L11 1111111113 111-111-r:11 1111
1' ' ' "
N11' 11111 VN'1'II 1'1-1'1-111-11 :11 1111111 1111- 111,111 111111111 11111g1.1111
N1lII:lI, I7111- 111 11':111111111'1:1111111 111I1:1'111111-1 11 11:11 Il1'l'11
11'11l4 NNIIIIK' 111 1:1111- 1111- 1511-v 1111111 111 11111-111-111w11 1-11gz1g1-1111-1111. 111-11111-N 1111- .1111111z11
1-1'1 Iv"I' 1I1f' Xz1111'k XX1l11121I1'N 111111, 1111- g11-1- 1'111I1 mug 111 1111-1-11111111111-11 I':11'1-111
11 11'111-1-- 1Xv1111:1111111, 1111- Q:11I111111' X1 11I11:II1 1 K 11111 :11111 1111- KIJ11 I'1'5IIX'flI.
IIi11'1'1f'1 I1:111-1. XK'1II1 I11'1' Q1-111:11 N1111I1' :11111 1'I12l1'1111111,j Kll111'2lI111 11111'1-, 15 -1111-1111-111
1111 111 1111-111111111:-11 1v11I N111'f'I1 111-11111-1-11 11111111 g1'z11I11z1111111, I1111'JlI1I1'111Z1ll1N1, X111
XI1I11fl1I1 1 '11l111I11'1' 1111-111111-1' 111 Q11 1111- XK'JivX' 111. 1111 g1':11111:111'-, 5111112111 11111N1:11111111g
V11 1111' 11.
THF SAbSAMON 53
E A F
SENIOR HIGH SCHUOL ORCHESTRA
Ax frinii email ziewriix great oak: grew, an hae the Senior High Scliriiiil Orches-
tra mzule this same trzmfitiim. Klffiflllfltllflll rechieefl the rireliestra to Z1 very biiiall
chili, hut giureliizxlli it hziw griivvii Tu a szitisfactiiry number iii he eallerl an iirehestra.
Ir is wtill eriiiipzirzitively small lm' the eiirullnieiit ot the high aeliuul. lluwever, the
ii1'elie5ti'a hm peiluriiieil :il inure fiiiicftimie than any other musical eluh. Hexiclea
the we-ekli ziweiiilily it haw pluyerl :it the Kletllmlist Chureli and the eiimliiiiefl
l,Z1I'Clll-'lif'Z1Cl1t'l"5 Awieialiini. mid has several either engageinents tu fill. Again
the iireliextrzx Niillc-rx with the luv hy g'l'3lll1'l1llUl'l of Rieharfl Hiirlce, Ella May Hatch
:mil .-Xiitiniiu Nleleliiiirrii all giiiiil niemherx whim have heeii lzuthiul ui the eluli.
llfflllll -e Rieliziiwl leiiirlxe, :Xrleiie Hmwell, lliiriiiliy fllsull.
C'!i1ri11f'l.i H Sliirley llzirily, Frziiik R'lHC'llllllI'Qll.
.silllllfflllllllly eNwwell -lwllew.
7lV1tl1if'l'fA'""vI2iCli l,ee, .Xiiliiiiiu Nlelehiiirri, -lwhii Q'iilem'd.
llririz - lieiiige .Xmlzuiix
'lhfiiilmiii' Xliillizmi l'il'21fll-HI'fl.
Afillfla-' lY:t'lIlll'lll Lifuiiiilie.
llrzlm fel'.eiii'ge ffliem-Ile.
l'm1iff liigiii l':irriiiellii, lfllzi Xlni lluteli.
'l lll' SASSAMON
HIGH SCHOOL BAND
llu- lluglm Svluull llzuul -lzartwl ilu- K-Uflxlbll "t'urlix-i11u+" lly plzlyillg gm Ulltwlilk'
kl1f"l"l'llll'lll llu- llrut wa-1-lx 4-f wluull :lt llu- llnplqlmlilm l'l2llI' lllNll'1' in 1u'w lvzulvr.
lm .Xr'uuNtum- llux llu- luuul lu-lrl ilu www :Lx tlu: inilml lnznul in tlu- pzlrzulc-, llu- lu-N
.lr tlu tllru- le-:ulimg ll'lllllIN'll'l'5 :ln-:ull quite' :1 lmlmv lu tlw lbfilak wQ,'CllUIl, lluwe-x'v1',
llu ru w llrwl vlmir nu-mlu-xx im- flwing wx-ll. f Pill:-1' t'llgZlQl'llll'Ill-l ull ilu- lmzuul wx-rv
1l luuul N:ll:-N411 Ilu- XYXC' lic-vrlliling Sllillllil, ilu- liwl Llfllmx Rally zulfl Mc-uunriznl
llmx l'.u':ul1-. Xgzmr tlu' luuul will lwu- -.':llu:1l:lr- llll'IlllJl'l'N in ffm' lint lI'llllllll'll'Y',
Xrlifnufl .Xla-ll'l1un'1'1, mul ll xx-rx' X'k'lNZllllKA lllt'llllbf'l' wlu- plzux-rl Ilu- llllllllw, lu-ll lxm.
mfl lxllxpzmx, l',ll:1 Klux' llzltrll.
flllffl' ll. llc'1't'
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S.1,w-If-1'llf11l.x -I. .'xxl'L'll1l, ll. ll1ll'l'lN, X. almu-N, Nl, X'Ill'I'lk'lllHIlC.
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f . ,
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ll 4,1 f., .Xflzmux
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-M1111 M, Xlltvlzcll, li, Xlurpllx, l', XX:u'fl, ll. llulll,zn'rl.
I l-.-X lxl l.m'-mlu-, l.. btrzmge-, l',, ,Xllllt'x
luwm ll, lJ:1'.1x,l,, Clu-mu-Ire, l'. Xl-lxlm, l, llllllll'l', lk Nlmbwc-mu-x,
f ul 1' ,fy ln.-If Hf wnfwllz. l". Xl. ll:1Tn'lt.
,H .v.,, -4 . .- ima - Lil '
The following boys
earned their letter in 1944-45:
FOI JT H ALL
11 THIL BASSAMUN
! 111. 1101" l Kl111'pl11, 11. .Xl'k'll?l. ul. l"1'21111'i11s1', XY, Ninn, li. lXl111'1'is, C. llriggx. li, SI12111
if, 1,:11'1'111, X. Stivlca. l,. IJ1-1'1'1'1'2111x, XY. l'211'1', ll K11l11-1'1N1111. 'lf l.111x1'5. li
k,'l12111111'll, Il 'll1I1xl1.
1 1111111 11 1 k'11.11'h 11111111111 .l, kllnxhy, fi Xlwrrix, lf, Llllllflflll. li. Xlliill, li. Xlkllllfllljf ,l
lP1'1x111ll, Al hl1'l'l'lN, K. lillixl li. Xl21r1i111'lli, 'X SlI'I1l'Ul1l', fi. Kl1'C'211'1l1x', l'11:11l1
I " lilhllll '.?""llf1"1l1'11l1. If l'1'a11-, X, Q'1,1-l111sic1'11. l. l'l2llTlNYQ'j', ,l.l.111l1l1211'1. X
ll1lIlNi'll, li Xl211'1l1'11, 'I' X1'111i11i11. Y. 921111111:11'12111r1, S. P11111-1111. C'11211'l1 I'l2111w1
ll11- 1-1111I1:1ll N1-:1-1111 111 l'l-H lll'lPX1'Il 111 hc ll 1'1111111l1'11' blll'l7I'lNl'. 11111111 llll' 1l11
llll15l1ll7lllIllNl.lt' fX:1111'l1 lliqh T1N1ll'I'N.
l'111'l1- Sillll h:11l lillibll 1111r 1w11 111111211111 "Kli1'l111y" Hiirkc' Zlllfl l'i1':111l1 .X1'1'11:1
llllll: wiih 1111- l,4lXYl'f' 1wi11s illltl "Huh" S1'21ra1111, :1ll 11f wh11111 wc1'1' 1'x111'1'11-1l 111 l11
X!l6'l'2lTlN lllll ll:1111w1-1' :lllll l1111 l,111'kl1211'1 :1l111111 Xvlllllll 111 l1111l1l il lIIll'. 21111l X2111q11
1'l1:1 1xl111 llilfl Nl't'Il Nl'llll' x1'1'1'i1'1- l:1N1 11-211' NVIIN 111 l11- lxcy 1112111 ill 11111' l1211'l11i1'l1l.
XX 11h 1111-1111-1-q'1'1111111l11-l1111'- wc1'1- l1111l1 111111 :1 11-21111 111 111111- 111 lllk'l'l Xl:11'lI1111'11
lll 11111 111-11 g:11111: .xllllllllgll l11'2111'11 7-11, 1h1' 1021111 111-1'f111'1111'1l N211151'211'1111'1lx, :1111l
111 1'i1'w Ill- Klfll-llllll-lllx NllllN2"llll'lll f1'L'111'1l, w1' llllglll 11:11, wilh 111111N11:1l Nllf'L'l'5N.
'Iih1- 111-w llll'll 1111111'11x'1-1l 1'2111i1llx' Illfllllffll t'4'llNl2l1ll llllfil w11rl1 illlll 111'11'1' :1g:1111
1l11l1h11 1111121111 g1'111111 l111w its h1'211l i11 1l1'11'21! 1h11'i11g 111 NL'lll'1llllL'. ll111lN1111 g:1x1' IIN
1 1111gh11 xt'1ll'i' :lllll w1' l'Illl'l'Q'1'1l lllflillj' with il 111' gZlllll'. XY1-ll1wl1'1 l1-fl IIN 1111' Il
l11l1'. I1111 w11 111111-111-1l 11111 Il 1A'lll. l'l1':1111i11gl121111 wax 21l11-211l 111' 115 liill' lll1'k'1' 111g1'1111l-
l1111 w1- 111121ll1 w1111 lllll, -
.Xll Ill :1ll w1' XK'l'l'l' 11l1'21N1'1l with 1l11- r1-111115111 thi- 511351111 Illlfl w1- 1111111111 1'1'1'1li1
11111 llllllill 1l11' 1'11w -1'11i111'x. wl111. lllliflllgll 1l11'i1' 1i111i1'i11g 1'f1'11r1s :1111l g11'21111l x1111'i1. l111l
1 1111111 111 Q111l1211'1'111lx' 1111 111'111111N1' 111 'llk't'l'NN 21lIl'l' Nl11'1'1'-N,
1L'11111"'1l111'1f1'11 f'1l-111' 11'Iv1'fV-lI1'1'l
N 111' lllll' I"-1-1 1111111. With Ihix Qflllltl !llll'lQ'llN wil101l 11111 wc- w1'1'1- I1-11 with
Xvil. 1 111151111111 i11 111 1L'1lQ'l1l', 211111 iii t11K' 1111111 111111111 1111116-wtx ?11'11i1-11-11 Q11-:111-1' 11'i111
1'1-111611111111-11 111211 li1111- 111' 1111111i11g' was 1-x111-1-11-11 f1.11111 1111- ng1'1,'C11u 11-11111 111111 -1:11-
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Jwtlmll Nm-:mmm uf 1944-45 upvrwrl with a IIIICXIKTIKJKI flclfvat hy' Xu-rl
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Hulk rump bl. Fraiieime, L. Seianna, I.. Leland, N. ,loin-5.
Sfiniizl rm.. G. Arlaiiif, XI. Xnrd, ,l Driscoll, l. Ilevereatu, N Cliase-Mgr., Mr. Nlzirfn.
lfmnl rm. -I. Claeliy, ll. Cliecani, G. Atkinmn. A. Arminin. G. Sliaw, .X L'ni'liu-ieiwi,
'l'liix icuii lizuelizill tezun all tliix IDZll'IlClllZll' juncture luis inet witli nitiflerrite
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zinfl Xlzilpule iinee. XM- lizive yet In play Waliinlc' ztnfl XlZll'llllll'H Z1 xemiicl tiine.
line In ai nntieezilvle luck tif experience on tlie wart of 75921 nl mn' players we lizive
lieen nnzilile lu rnntiiine uni' line 'liunrney reeurmls. lint tlie experienee lliew limp
are ffelling will It-ml tlieni in gnml atezicl fm' next Yf'fl1'.
Lt-ti 111-lilly lm, I-niitiiiiiefl In liiteli tlie Nteacly liraiicl uf liall that wan respmisilile
fur uni' lieing in tlie Claw A State Tfniiriicy lust rear, wliile -lnnie liraiieimf' :Incl
'Illini .Nrniiniu. Iwi, lit-ix playing tlieir first year at l98.SCl'lZlll. gave lla tlie iit-et-vztiy
pnneli Ili put niztny garlic-N river. Glen Atkiiiwii, the Captain, Ilan been Z1 lwnlwzirk
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riwiiiiniiig inlieltl uf llc-urge Sliztw, lienny llrixeull :intl 'lhny Arniiniu. 'lxciiiy Cur-
limiern tnnlx np tlie Nlzielx in tlie piteliing mill piteliecl niany line gzinien for nw.
XX nli tlie linlilmeis frmii tliix year aml tlie prnspeetive talent tliztt in emiiing
up next rear l'i'eiin tlie lnninr lligli :incl l':lrm'liiz1l Scliiinls, next year! iliaiiimniil
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62 THE SASSAMON
Football C Continued Q
This spirit is best exemplilied by Anthony Simeone, who the week previous
to the scason's opening, dislocated his knee. Thus, instead of being a regular, he
bccainc a cripple for half the season, but each day saw him at practice until his
knee was strong enough to allow him to once again take part in our daily work-
outs. 'I'ony's deeds will not be emblazened in the history of Natick's athletics but
he has won a distinction with his coaches and his classmates because of his spirit
Seniorsqhockhart, Hamwey, Pease, McCarthy, Sammartano, Simeone,
Robertson, llrofetto, Hansen, Arniinio, Marden, Clasby, Condon, Ellis, Morris.
and lYall-we salute you. Your example has added to the glory of Natick High
and you have lived up to its best traditions. May good luck pursue you in your
future endeavors, and may your example be an inspiration to the Natick High
athletes of the coming years. The season's record:
Natick Marlboro Natick Vlfellesley
Natick Clinton Natick 4 Maynard
Natick Milford Natick 13 Norwood
Natick llellesley Natick Hudson
Natick Needham Natick 14 Framingham
Hockey I Continued j
to score three times to go ahead. Then just 25 seconds before the game's end they
were tied but they again demonstrated their superiority by sinking the winning goal
with only 10 seconds remaining.
That linish is typical of the spirit that made this team such an outstanding
sextet and was part of the reason why Boston sports writers Called them the great-
est "opportunists" in school boy hockey. Un the all star teams that were selected
at the end of this season, six of the Natick boys were named to the Eastern Massa-
chusetts team that triumphed over the best in Bay State loop.
Certainly the class of 1945 has reason to be proud of its contribution to the
championship. The number one player not only of this team but in the state was
Captain Leo Grady who was easily the best schoolboy ice performer of the year.
Charlie Murphy was all star in every sense of the word, the most improved player
on the squad he performed' with equal brilliance both on the forward line and on
defense. Bob Nlarden and Ed. Condon whose steady aggressive and intelligent
play enabled the team to reach the heights. All of these boys will be missed in
1946 and may the standards of sportsmanship and fair play that they have set, be
continued as successfully in the years to come. The hockey record follows:
Natick Lexington Natick Hudson
Natick XYaketield Natick Somerville
Natick Brookline Natick Dedham
Natick Malden Natick 2 Hudson
Natick Somerville Natick Stoneham
Natick Dedham Natick Walpole
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