Needham High School - Advocate Yearbook (Needham, MA)

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'f 5 IQAI DEDICATIO ff? tt . 4 Fifty years ago in this town, a small group of earnest students embarked on a novel venture. They organized a school magazine. This does not sound like a particularly imposing project today. Perhaps even at that time it was not considered so. Be that as it may, the important fact lies not in what they did, but rather in the substantial manner in which they did it. So well did they perform their task that now, fifty years later, their work still continues. Therefore today, with the sincere hope that we have not failed our heritage, we dedicate this issue of the Advocate to this first staff: Albert H. Spence, '91 Harry Tay, '93 Lizzie M. Graves, '91 George Pond, '94 Helen W. Leach, '92 Frank 0. Woodruff, '92 Charles 0. Mclntosh, '91 Allston R. Bowers, '92 Horace Twigg, '94 Rubelle 1. Mills, '92 Marion Fuller, '93 Herbert Mclntosh, '93 ,J W.--..........-..-...........-.,.,...l .........,...-......-......-...-.--.-.W ---A-.-----A FORE GRD A golden anniversary for our high school publication! Fifty years of continuous service! Half a century of headaches for the staff and enjoyment for the readers! This is the enviable record of the Advocate of Needham High School. When in 1891 in the old Kimball School, Albert H. Spence, Lizzie M. Graves, Helen W. Leach and their friends decided to start a school magazine, they founded a Needham institution which has developed in size and quality up to the present time. Through years in the Emery Grover School and the present junior High building, the pupils of Needham High published a record of their school life. At first this summary of the year's work was presented chiefly as a literary magazine. Later, material was added descrip- tive of the social events and the gayer side of school. Still later, when high school athletics developed, write-ups of sports and team pictures were added. Thus, throughout the years, with the growth of the school and the town, the Advocate also developed. This year, thinking that this record was indeed worthy of something special, we have prepared a more elaborate and more modern yearbook. The emphasis in this issue has been placed on the pictorial expression of school life rather than on the written ex- pression. We have included many more pictures and have broadened the scope of our view of school activities. The style and arrange- ment of the book have been changed and a theme, designed by Eugene Ward, has been used to give an effect of unity. We have also published a section containing excerpts from Advocates since 1891. We hope that our issue of the Advocate, commemorating fifty years of publication, will be found worthy of the enviable record already established. The Ad Ocate Staff Business Manager NORMA CHILDS Organizations VIRGINIA CHURCH BARBARA FRANKE FRANCES WINTER DOUGLAS PAGE BARBARA CHASE DOROTHY TAYLOR JOAN IRVING PATRICIA STAN VVOOD Editor-in-Chief TQOBERT TXIICNEILLY Editorial JANE BIGGART PAULINE LUMSDEN JOHN WYETH LONNIE HEUER MARTHA MCNEILLY RICHARD SILVA JUNE LANE LORRAINE LOWDEN M A RGARET LOT H RO 1- Make-tip Editor ALICE MCKEAN Art DORIS MARIE CLARENBACH EUGENE WARD ROBERT KRAMER JOYCE NIMS FRANCIS HERSEY GEORGE BROOKS JEANNE HALLER DONALD TOWNSEND DOROTHY MALHOIT Athletics Features HAZEL GREEN MURIEL OyCONNOR LAXVRENCE OSBORNE NANCY IVES JANE RUSSELL DWIGHT CHURCH THELMA PARKER Business Activities BLANCHE VVORTH JANE MULLONEY DORIS DE VARENNES TVTAJORIE LUTY VIRGINIA TRAUB JEAN COPPINGER PATRICIA OSGOOD PAULINIC WALLIS JOHN BARR JOSEPH TOMAINO FRANCES ZIKORUS JAMES P. MALONELY NANCY KINNE WILLIAM MACGRAY BARBARA RILEY C Head Typist VIRGINIA ROUTLEDGE PRISCILLA ST. CLAIR ELIZABETH GARTNIQR JANICE MCKEAN BARBARA STARK MYRTLE BAILEY ROBERT MACINTOSII RUTH WHEELER Photography ANDREW BOWER RAYMOND BOND ROBERT BUSH ROBERT DINNEEN DOROTHY HALE Faculty Advisors CATIIERINE DODGE LOUISE STEELE FLORENCE DURGIN LEITA SAWYER N ORMA XXIETRIIE I CO TE TS Qxgylkl scnplko THE ADVOCATE ' Vol. LI, No.2 'fffsassocxvxw' THE NEEDHAM SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, NEEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS DEDICATION . FORENVORD . ADVOCATE STAFF . TABLE OF CONTENTS YESTERDAY AND TODAY . BETWEEN THE BELLS . FACULTY . . SENIOR PORTFOLIO . -IUNIORS . . SOPHOMORES . POST GRADUATES . ORGANIZATIONS . NEEDHAM HIGHLIGHTS . BOYS' SPORTS . . GIRLS' SPORTS . . FEATURES . ADVERTISEMENTS . Art Designs by Eugene Ward Page 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 46 47 48 49 57 68 77 S1 91 TN R XE! 7 Yesterday and Toda IQIMIZALI. SCHOOL ICIXWIFIQY GROVIER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOO1 NEILDHAM SENIOR HIGH .SCHOOL 8 Between the Bells 8:15 NM. A-tlclxfslulxm! fict to wmk' NVQ- cut Siesta Slrcuuous, is: 2:15 MT? 1'l it? 9 FACULTY The Needham Senior High School is fortunate in having a faculty of capable and friendly men and woincn who, through the years, have aided hundreds of students to secure their high school education. More than heing an instructor, how- ever,every one of the teachers has given much of his free time in service as a spon- sor and advisor for class projects, organizations, socials, and athletic activities, but above all, as a sympathetic and encouraging friend. The faculty of N. ll. S. is headed hy Mr. VVilliam lf. Pollard, principal for fourteen years. ln the linglish department with its four-year subject are the Misses Catherine E. Dodge. Louise l.. Steele. liva H. Churchill, and Margaret C. Kenney. The Language teachers are the Misses Ruth C. Harrington, French g Annie M. Currie, French and Lating and l.eita I.. Sawyer, German. The Science and lllathematics departments are under the direction of Mr. Charles li. Benton, Chemistry and l'hysicsg Miss Alice C. Gates, Biology, Miss Anna Tl. lfessenden and Mr. Asa M. Small, Mathematics. ' The Commecial and llusiness courses are taught hy the Misses Gertrude Lewis, Margaret A. Guthrie, and Mr. john lf. Nelson. The teachers of History and liconomics are the Misses lflorence li. llurgin, Mary li. Dugan, and Mr. lfred l.. Frost. The teacher of our Art department is Miss Norma Yietrie, and in llome lfcoa nomics and Manual Training are Miss Corinne Cowdrey and Mr. lirnest l. Pelletier, respectively. Mr. Vliilliam Fisher teaches the classes in Music and die rects the band, orchestra and girls' glee club. The extensive gymnasium work and S. A. A. sport activities are directed hv Miss Margaret lf. Carroll in the girls' section, and by Klr. l'hillip Claxton with the boys. ln the position of secretary rand general sympathizer and conlidantej is Mrs. lfdna lf. Slaney, known to every student at N. H. S. b 10 ESI SOVYX SN NURS 'JUNIORSISE Q56 S 4? 5 QS 5 S 472 X ? 4 S ,SS Sw SNS -i 3' QQ u I ,A SE ICRS VERNON B 7 l peetive freshmen. I l I JANE THOMPSON BIGC ART 0 D 23 . l U e very pattern gzrl of gzr J I O Janie, who is one of the sweetest girls in our tl iss is also one of the most versatile. She has been our very tlntitnt tlass vue we i president for the past three years and has done 1 hnt Job as he id d of the Literary Board of the Advocate. ln the Glte Club her 2 55+ 'er 34 J .74 Cf! lg' - 3,1 flaw WL. 1 3 rf dramatic viewpoint . Dance Club 12, 33, Operetta 143, Advocate 12, 3, 43 4 UDE ELIZABETH HASZARD "For all tlzc world would call her rlemlf' yi:-Jittle girl with a great big heart is our golden haired "Gertie." u S wyffippkt oh Nh but-s l I r neat style and brilliant smile accentuate her delightful per- s ality. She has successfully filled the office of class secretary for two years and has proved to be a star athlete in all sports. As a cheer leader, "Gertie" was perfect with her pep and vitality. We all know her future will be a bright and happy one. ' Class Officer 13, 43, Home Room Officer 13, 43, Student Council 13, 43, Senior Play Committee, Senior Picture Committee, Senior and Junior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 143, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee, Cheer Leader 143, Senior Play Usher, Senior Graduation Usher, Hockey 12, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Tennis 12, 3, 43, Baseball 12, 3, 43, Track 12, 3, 43. LAURENCE DELANO OSBO "From thc Cro his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth." "Ozzie" is one of the friendliest and most popular boys in our class of which he is treasurer. His winning smile and happy-gtr lucky manner tell us much about his sparkling personality, while his witty remarks make the days cheerful for all, We will long remember his excellent portrayal of Mr. Nelson in the Senior Play. "Ozzie" has been outstanding both in basketball and base- ball and as a clieerelcader. We wish him good luck at school next year. Class Treasurer 143, Home Room Office 13, 43, Student Council 143, Sopho- more Rinir Committee, Advocate 143, Senior Play Committee, Senior Picture Committee, Senior I'rom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee, Senior Play, Basketball 12, 3, 43, liasehall 12, 3, 43, Boys' Glee Club 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 43, Cheer Leader 143, Operetta 13, 43. 12 00 'WLQS G 'ZUUIVS COWLE' 'ln P2005 Vernon, our class President, is one of the most popular and ver satile boys in our class. Not only is he a good student but he is a fine, all-around fellow as well. lf you enjoy tht movies in issem bly, you can thank "Bake," for he helps run the proyet tor Broun University is certainly fortunate to have him ind lns tvvin as pros Class Officer, President 13, 43, Home Room Officer 12 3 43 President Student 'Couneil, Senior.Play Committee. Senior Pictuie Committee Senior and Junior Prom Committees, S. A. A. Dance Committee Track 123 ability to harmonize so well is the envy of many ot us Her ll tis tie talent is sure to make her a success at art sthool next year We all wonder if her interest ln the Senior Play vw is entirely from the . V. . ' Class Vice-President 12, 3, 43, Home Room Officer 12 3 43 Student Coun eil 12, 3, Sec. 43, Sophomore Ring Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee Junior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance 13, 43, Hockey Manager 143 'lrack 12, 33, Glee Club 12, 33, Home Room Program 123 Senior Play U-.her ROBERT H. MCNEILLY Date o ' 23 ' ' he joy That sprmgs from labor." "yVhere's Mac?'l is such a common phrase around the school. Find an activity, and you'll know he's in the middle of it. He takes on mlany Jobs, keeps up marks that are the envy of every- one, and still has that marvelous disposition. We know that Mac will go far and make many more friends next year. Basketball Manager 12, 3, 43, Class Treasurer 123, Student Council 12, 43, Sophomorelling Committee, Senior Play Committee, Senior Picture Com- mittee, Senior Play, S. A. A. Dance Committee 12, 4, Chairman of Decora- tions 43, Track Manager 123, Track 133, Home Room Play 123, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 43, Home Room Officer 12, 3, 43, Advocate 1.2, 3, Editor-invChief 43. OR MA CHI LDS D , l923 Iass. harm strzlees the szght, goo rt and merit wins the soul." No more deserving personality for the "Good Citizenship" Award can be found than Norma. Her twinkle and spontaneous gurgles are as well knewn as her ready sympathy. Norma's effective managing ability has been proved by her hard work as Business Manager of the Advocate. "iNormie" is very much alive in spite of the fact that she spends some of her time in the company of an up-and-coming mortieian. Norma takes our blessing with her when she attends Katherine Gibbs next year. Vice President, Student Council 143, Sophomore Ring Committee, Advocate 12, 3, 43, Business Manager 143, Senior Play Committee, Senior Picture Committee, Senior and Junior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee, 143, Senior Play, Hockey 13, 43, Basketball 133, Girls' Glee Club, Home Room Program 12, 33, Operetta 13, 43, Dance Group 12, 33, Track 133. ALICE WINTER MCKEAN -cember ll, 1922 Place of Birth-B srmle for all, a greetzhg glad, an amta e jolly way she had." Every class has a few exceptional people, and "Pete" certainly be- longs' in our "select" group. Besides being one of the 'most' popu- lar girls, she .is also one of the smartest. Her athletic ability is also outstanding in both hockey and tennis. Next year "Pete" plans to attend Katherine Gibbs where we are sure she will con- tinue to be among thc "select" Class Secretary 123, Home Room Officer 12, 43, Student Council 123, Sophomore Ring Committee, Advocate 12, 3, 43, Senior Play Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Prom Com- mittee, Field Hockey '12, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Tennis 12, 3, 43, Leaders' Club 13, 43, Home Room Program 123, Home Room Program Committee 123, Dance Group 12, 3, 43, Operetta 143. who admire his sincerity and wit, Glee Club 143, Operetta 143. Hockey 133, Tennis 12, 3, 43. i 3' fd j iff. DONALD ROCKWOOD ADAMS ly 22, 1923 Place of B1 "He's full of bashfulhcss and trut ."Squeaky" Adams is a quiet, but well-liked member of our eliss YVhen he isn't working hard at his job, which requires a lot of lns tlme, he can always be seen having a good time with his friends DAVID EATON ALLAN mber 19, l923 Place of Burt Mass ere are but few know the treasures zz tn thee Dave is one of the most modest and dependable boys of the el iss His pleasing personality makes him well liked by those who are acquainted with him. Somewhere in lns years of schooling lic his found great joy, for next year he plans to attend B U to take up teaching. If we know Dave, success is assured Y f 92:63 ffisiesii 006 eco Bgqczczsoxs :ser Q U A-se nftfl qyme,.u+- M. t on in MADELINE CYNTHIA AMES irth-August 8, 1922 Place of Birth-Roc-te "The key to sunshine is in your smile." adeline's outward quietness hides an infectious little laugh which ier friends recognize as a sign of her ever-present sense of humor. No matter what she plans to do in the future, her sincere manner and soft voice will prove great assets. RUTH SOLVEIG ANSCN -February 24, 1923 Place of Birth-I "Her talents were of the more silent floss." "Ruthie's" pleasant and cheerful disposition makes her liked by all, especially by a certain someone who takes up a great deal of her time! She is an ardent fan of skiing and also enjoys horseback- riding. Her artistic ability has been very well shown in her work on Prom Decorations. "Ruthie" hopes to continue in this field next year, and we know that she will be successful. Sophomore Dance Committee, Home Room Program C23, Junior and Senior Prom Committee, Dance Club C33, Senior Play Usher, Tennis C23. DANIEL AQUILINO -February 4, 1924 Place of Birth-Need "For nzan is rnan and master of his fate." Danny's pleasing personality has gained him many friends at N., H. S. His wrestling ability was a great asset to the champion- ship team. He also starred on the track team as a pole vaulter. Danny is undecided about next year, but we know l1e'll do a fine job at anything he undertakes. LAWRENCE ARRA . ovember 26, 1922 Place of Birth- "Hy the work one knofws the war rnan. ' Larry has tried his hand successfully in practically every team in N. H. S. From gridiron to diamond he excels in true "Arra tra- dition." His sunny disposition has made him many friends, and we wish him wads of luck next year. Y Football CZ, 3, capt. 43, Hockey C2, 3, Capt. 43, Baseball C2, 3, 43, Glee Club M 42, 3, 43, Operetta C3, 43, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Prom Com- vo ittee Home Room Officer C2, 3, 43, Gym Team C2, 3, 43, Home Room Pro- . C gram C2, 43, Student Council C43. LIIN1 " 5 W'ALLA E RANDALL BAKER ' ugnst 31, 1923 Place of Birth- "Tlzy ni0a'esty's a candle to thy merit." lt is hard to speak of Wallace without mentioning Ver 1 tl one of the efficient stage managers who made the Senior Pla un so smoothly. "Bake's" name appears often on the Honor I ll, an assurance that he will make good next year at Brown, t ,olleg which he and Vernon have chosen. CVVon't thc professor e st g, priscd to sec two Bakers !3 Home Room Officer C43, Home Room Program C23, Track C23, Iunior and Senior Prom Committee, Stage Manager for Senior Play. same breath, for the twins are always seen together. Vila e Qi 5 W'restlirig C2, 3, 43, Track C2, 3, 43, Football C2, 33, bym Feam C2 3 43 MI' ,jf 111151 in 1 nlem FREDERICK ILES BARLOVV, JR. ' irth-January 25, 1923 Place of Birth- "The world still needs its champion as o old, And finds hini still." "Bud" is one of the school clowns, seldom seen without a grin on his face. His happy-go-lucky personality is a source of cheer to everyone. Bud has been an active member of the tennis team, and captained it his Senior year. Next year he plans to attend lluke University. Student Council 141, Tennis Team 12, 3, 4, Capt. 41, Basketball 121, Senior and Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee 121, S. A. A. Dance Committee 141. JANE BENNETT August 3, 1923 Place of Birth-Ia 'Z-Iniiability shines by its own ligh . Although Jane came to N. H., S. in her junior year, her warm friendliness has made many friends for her. Her cheerful spirit of cooperation is certain to carry hen far in her studies and fun at Bradford junior College which she plans to attend next year. Keep smiling, Jane! . NORMAN BLAKE BIGGART ecember 5, 1921 P , N. J. ,, . . Anything for a quie i e. Although "Normie" is rather quiet around school, he is indispen- sable when dances come along because he is always ready to give his valuable help to the weary and discouraged decoration com- mittee. As yet, Norman is undecided about his plans for next year, but we wish him luck in whatever he does. Senior and Junior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 141, Home Room Oflicer 131. Q95 IRENE AUDREY BISHOP 1, 1923 Place of Birth-Arli "Though I'ni anything but clever, I could talk like that for ever." Watertown's loss was our gain when "Bish" and her sister joined us this year. "Bish's" dry jokes are vvell-known to us but we know her best by her weakness for swing music. Although "Bish" found a soft spot in our hearts, we still feel that she wishes that she were back in Wzttertown. "Bish" will be separated from her sister next year when she attends Katherine Gibbs. Tennis 131, Outing Club 121. VIRGINIA ANNE BISHOP , oher 18, 1924 Place of Birt , Mass. "Two great talkers will not travel far toget er." "jigg" is the quieter of the two Bishop girls, but she enjoys danc- ing and has at great collection of phonograph records. ",Iigg's" pleasing personality has won her many friends in N. H. S. She is always seen, walking down the hall with Irene tagging along. Next year, t',Iigg" plans to go to Lasell junior College, where we know she will win as many friends as she did here. Tennis 131. 9M-f'0"fV WJ: QIVPMAA-I fl LA Wie XX X N ax . - xx . A Xxx J, , . 15 Wir X ji 1 F wif f 3 1, -X l 'FP t J x KN in u 1 .1 .. -.Wx fb. BARBARA llOVV'l.JlTCH December 14, 1923 Place of Birth-Ne "A rnerry heart doeth like a medicine' Barbara's charming, unassuming manner, has insured her popu- larity in her wide circle-of friends. VVQ all admire her lovely hair s yles and know that this ability will carry her far in her work at e Wilfrecl Academy next year. Tennis QZJ, Basketball CSD. arch 21, 1924 Place of Birth ' 's. And unextinguished laughter shakes t . Andy, the man you don't see, is behind the scenes taking care of the lights for most of our plays and operettas. His scientific abil- ity, especially in the field of radio, is well known. Next year he plans to study mechanical engineering at Northeastern University. Best of luck to you, Andy! Home Room Program CZ, 31, Senior Play Stage Manager, Advocate C-tj. A N 4- ANDREW THOMAS HOVVER, JR. BEATRICE ELIZABETH BRAMBLE I il 24, 1923 Place of Birth "A girl who quietly winds her 'way And does her duty day by day." Although Betty is quiet and serious, she is well-liked and admired by all. She is a good friend and has a cheery disposition. 1 Her dark, wavy hair and pretty clothes are the envy of many of her classmates. We wish Betty all the luck in the world next year. VIRGINIA HELEN BREEN IJW-Augiist 25, 1923 Place of Birth- "We make friends by being a frien . t'Ginny," one of our tiniest and most vivacious classmates, is well known to all for her cheery, friendly manner.. "G1nnys ability to make the Honor Roll regularly will aid her in her work at the Garland School next year. Glue Club C2J, Basketball 121, Track, Leaders' Club C3, 4j, Advocfzte Typist, Dance Club UD. FRANK ROWLAND BRIDGES, R. ' th-June 17, 1923 Place of Birth- "The splendor of silence." lf you wish to find out anything about stamps or stamp collecting, just ask Frank. He's our authority along tlns line. Our best wishes will go with Frank when he enters Norwich Unlverslty l1CXl ykflif. ? L .N - 16 PRISCILLA HATHAVVAY BROOKES Date 21 Place of Birth ' Mass. "A merry heart doeth like a medicine. Priscilla was a newcomer during her Sophomore year, and al- though she's a very quiet little person, we all know of her work in the Glce Club. May good luck be with you next year, Priscilla. Glue Club 13, 43, Operetta 13, 43. EANNE MARIE ISROWN Date S, l923 Place of Bir e, Mass. "B essed is she who has the gift of making riendsf' Many of us are envious of "Brownie"-so tall, dark and hand- some. .Ieanme's graceful Figure plus her cheerful and so .often humorous mannerisms havelattracted and held many friends. Jeanne will give greatgcompetitiont to the Southern girls when she attends North Carolina University. Stay as nice as you are, "Brownie !" Home Room Otiicer 123, Advocate 12, 33, Senior, Junior Prom Committees, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Play, Tennis 12, 33, Track 12, 33, Basketball 13, 43, Glee Clnh 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program 12, 43, Home Room Committee 12, 33, Operetta 13, 43. MURIEL E. BRUNDRETT Date , 1923 Place of Birth- ss. "I low not many words." Although Muriel hasn't. been active in sports here at school, -we understand that she enjoys them occasionally. -Muriel is taking up a business career, .and with her cheerful spirits and ethcient manner we feel she will make someone a valuable secretary. ILLIAM HENRY BURROWS Dat uary 3, 1923 Place of Birt "Skill is stronger than strength. "Bill" is one of the truest and grandest friends a person could hope to have. He is well known for his fairness and outstanding ability on the hockey and baseball teams. Bill's efficiency was shown by his work as an Advocate typist. His carefree manner and his infectious chuckle have made him a very likeable fellow. Bill's many admirable characteristics will carry him far in busi- ness school next year. Hockey 12, 3, 43, Baseball 12, 3, 43, Senior Prom Committee, Advocate Typist, S. A. A. Dance Committee. HENRY RIQGINALD BUTLER Q September I7, 1923 Place of Birth- xi "Hang sorrow! Carc'll kill a cat. Hank's subtle humor and sly sarcasm are well known to his fel- low French students. He has shown his athletic ability by his fine work on the track team. Hank plans to go to the University of Pennsylvania next year. Track 12, 3, 43. iff-fe? .Wi 'v I I KN if Ref' fit? XJ e 18 EILEEN DOROTHY CAHILL I 6, 1923 Place of Birth ss "She's pretty to walk with: And witty to talk with: And pleasant, too, to think on." Vile shall always remember Eileen as that cute, peppy checr leader who made all the boys sit up and take notice. She has a grand disposition which should carry her over many rough spots. Eileen is undecided about her plans for next year, but we wish her all the success in the World. Home Room Program 123, Cheer Leader 143, Basketball 123, Field Hockey 123, Sophomore Dance Committee, Christmas Prograin. RICHARD VVELLESLEY CARNI I -July 7, 1923 Place of Bi ,s. "fl nzan of independent mind." Dick may appear quiet around school, but show him a set of drums and the noise really will start. Underneath a serious appear- ance, Dick has a good time and is one of our best dancers' and jitterbugs. We are sure he will make good at school in Califor- nia next year. Orchestra 13, 43. ROBERT WALKER CHALUE D ust 15, 1922 Place of Birth-Toro "Ent sleep stole on me iinawares, Even on nie at last." According to last ycar's "Advocate" we were going to lose Bob, and we are glad we didn't! Bob has certainly been a great asset to the Class of '41. His grin has made us happy, and 'when he's Iiying through the air on those rings wc cross our fingers and 1Vrestling 12, 33, Gym Team 12, 3, 43. ELEANOR ALMIRA CHARLES D' -August 6, 1922 Place of Birth . H. z good heart is better than all the heads in t e world." lf-you see a sweet smile flashed shyly at you, you will know that it IS one of our new students, "Charlie," "Charlie" is a splendid student and is constantly on the Honor Roll with her goal of the Faulkner Hospital Training School always before her. VVe know she'll make a grand nurse and wish her "peeks" of luck! VIRGINIA IRVING CHURCH -April 15, 1923 Place of Birth lass. "No geins, no gold she needs to wear, She shines intrinsically fair." "Jimmie" is distinguishable -in more ways than one, but especially by her beautiful blond hair and her vivacity. She has taken a leading part in almost every activity, and she was especially out- standing in the Senior Play. HJIIIHICH has .hopes of entering the Held of dramatics next fall, and her ability plus her initiative ought to assure her outstanding success. Leaders' Club 12, 3, 43, Hockey 12, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 43, Tennis 12, 3, 43, Senior Play, Sophomore Dance Committee. Senior and Junior Prom Com- mittee, 1'lllT'0CllfL' 13, 43, Home Room Officer 123, Home Room Program Committee 123, 'Track 123. Senior Graduation Usher 133. hope that nothing happens. Best of luck, Bob. grew 10 LAWRENCE CIRIQLLA f Birth-May so, 1922 Place of Birth-D'Mass. ll I ' ' ll It s a szlly game where nobody wzns. Lawrence, our king of the ping pong tables, is the possessor of a unique subtle wit. He also admits and claims to have a one track mimi fe pluribus zlnuim in Needham Highj. Next year he plans to work for a time, and then enter an agricultural school. Tennis 131. DORIS MARIE CLARIENBACH 1 llirth--June 27, 1923 Place of Birth-Doreheiss. 4 "Most excellent accomplished lady." 5 Dorie has a winning smile and a smooth line which have captured the hearts of many members of the stronger sex. Dorie is one of the most talented artists in our class and her talent has played a large part in the success of our three proms. We are sure that Dorie will have loads of success at Colby Junior College 11ext year. Home Room Otiieer CZ, 3, 45, Advocate CZ, 3, 45, Senior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Sozhomore Dance Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee, Senior Play, Leadlers' Club CM, Home Room Program Commit- tee, Home Room Program, Senior Graduation Usher, Dance Group. BARBARA L. COHAN th-july 29, 1923 Place of Ilirth- am, ss. "A light heart lives long." Everyone knows "Penny's" happy-go-luckhy manner .and her in- fectious giggle. We are sure that she will have friends .galore next year at Wilfred Academy, which she plans to attend, just as she has here at dear old N. H. S. Girls' Glee Cluh 12, 3, -U, Dance Group HJ, Uperetta. ll - HARQLD WHITNEY CULBY ll-hAMay 24, 1924 Place of nirrh-A fl' ' ' II In szlenee there ls safety. Harold's outstanding characteristics are his quietness and his art ability. Many times we have discovered fine posters which are the results of his labor in the art room. We suggest an art career for him, but no matter what he does, his pleasing manner is sure to bring him happiness. junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee. ELIZABETH LILLIAN COLE ,nth-Octoher 8, 1925 Place ot' Ilirth-R "Good things come in small bundles. ljetty is one of our smallest but certainly one of our peppiest Seniors. She is well known for her athletic prowess. We hear she plans to follow in sister Edna's footsteps and become a P.G. next year. Leaders' Cluh Q-tj, Dance Group CS, 45. my s if sadvlfeaie fifwff ati' SS: P 5 if V4 ,. ,, ,M 3, 5 o .-y 0 ' Looe h QR A J, .-- . ex l xx A lluvr, i 19 .1 MK Cy' ,, I9 J . Jx io' I fN ew-I 5: JEANNE CONLICY mary 11, 1923 Place of llirth-Ne "fl companion that is cheerful is wortlz. gold." Although we don't hear much from .leanne in school, any of her friends will tell you that she has a grand sense of humor and a free and easy manner. Jeanne has our best wishes for success and happiness in the future. Tennis KZJ, Glee Club 13, 4b. RHOIJA LOUISE COOK l -fovemher 22, 1922 Place of llirthfNeer- It's nice to be natural 1011011 yo-u're naturally nice." Rhoda has done a splendid piece of work in the school orchestra for three years. She is often envied for her long, wavy hair and good looking clothes.. She is undecided as to what school she will attend, but we wish her success. Orchestra CZ, 3, -U, llaskethall 123. 1' TH THOMPSON CORNELL nuary 29, 1925 Place of Birth--Bostom "The glory of a jirm, fapacious mind." Ruthie's dark beauty is far from being her only charmg she is also talented in many other ways. VVe all envy her beautiful hand-knit sweaters and wonder how Ruthie has time to do so many things and do them well. Her success in this is illustrated by her con- tinuous appearance on the Honor Roll. Ruthie's just meant for Mount Holyoke, and we know she'll be as successful there as she has been in N. H. S. Adt'oc'atc 12, 37, Senior Prom Committee, llanrl 12, 3, 45, MARION HliL,liN COYLIQ Dat- ' h-August 4, 1923 Place of BirthfN-1X ass. harity Ualmteth rzot itself, is not fvujfecl up." If she is ever troubled or worried, Marion's actions and appear- ance certainly do not show it. Her neat school papers could well be imitated by many of us. She also has a distinctive artistic talent which is modestly lndden. A year from now should find Marion well established in the business world. Tennis CZ, 33, Basketball QJJ, Adi'ac'11tz' Typist. CHARLES WARREN DENNIS, JR. 'rth-Iune 15, 1923 Place of Birth4Bos Mass. sunny nature wins lasting friendships every re." Those of us who thought that "Charlie" was going to be one of our quieter members when he came to Needham in his junior year, changed our minds when we saw him in the Senior Play as the boastful "shiek,', George Bigelow. ln spite of his realistic acting, however, Charlie is really a swell fellow. We all hope that he succeeds in going to NVest Point next year, Senior Play, Baseball Manager 13, 41, Senior Prom Committee. A . 20 ji DORIS lll.lNOll Dli VARIQNNES h-15'ry 13, 1924 Place of liirth ass. "rl thing of beauiy is a joy forweif. lloris is well known to all of us, particularly for her big brown eyes. She has been an active member of our class and certainly a great asset to it. Next year Doris is going to Lascll Junior Col- lege, where she will take a secretarial course. Baseball 121, Hockey 12, 41, Home Room Officer 141, Senior Play Usher, Tennis 141, Ailnrutv 13, 41. Junior and Senior Prom Committees, Home Room Program 121. NICHOLAS l.. D1FOG1ilO january 20, 1923 Plaee of BirthfNeetHass. "As merry as the day is long." Everyone who saw the Senior Play will-always remember Nick as the irreprcssible Henry Aldrich. Nick has also shown lns talent for acting inhmanyl of our assemblies. To prove that acting is not his only skill, Nick has been one of our pcppiest cheer leaders for the past two years. Our wishes for success will go with him when he enters Boston College next year. Home Room Officer 12, 31, Student Council 121, Sophomore llanee Commit- tee, Junior Prom 1'ommittee, Senior Play, Gym Team 131, Boys' Glee Club 13, 41, Home Room Program 12, 3, 41, Cheer Leader 13, 41, Operetta 13, 41, Basketball 12, 31, liasehall 131. VVILLIAM MlTCl'ilfiLL IJIGNIEY I May 8, 1923 Plaee of Birth-Neiiass. "Ile that speaks doth sow: Hr tha! lmlds his peace doth. rvapf' l3ill's friends will tell you that he isn't as quiet as he appears to be. He has a fine sense of humor and is always looking for some fun. His walk is rather slow, but it certainly won't hold him back in the working world next fall. ANGELA FLORIQNCIE DODD ay 29, 1923 Place of Birth-V-1. ' ia ic is a ays laughing, for she has an infinite c va of wit." A happy, care-free smile and a quiet word, that's Angie. Her winsorne ways and etiieient work have become well-known to her friends-"Em" in particular. She plans to work next year, and we know her pleasant manner and well-dressed style will please any employer. filtirocute Typist 141. MARY REGINA DUNPHY tlifXlay l9, 1923 Place of I ' ston, Mass. "Laiigl1tc'r and mirth alzeays on I . ll' you feel a friendly nudge accompanied by a cheerful "Hi- tliere" it's "Prairie Mary," Her pleasing personality and sunny disposition have won her the admiration ol' many. XYe hear that she's quite well known on the first floor. This year she did line work on the Senior picture committee and she amused us all in the Senior Play. Home Room Oflieei' 141, Senior Picture fomniittee, Senior and junior Prom fommittee, Sophomore llzmee Committee, S. A. A, Dance Uommittee 12, 41, Senior Play, Library Club 141, Home Room Program 121. 4.4.7 CLI. ff' L :i,jL!Jj ,U ,, ff LAW! A7!,fnld f' , 5 4-l..' ee 'L LJ flu ,uflfif ,o,LlJ7Lo ,,L.,4Qf' If I Q N M .-.-.NX x ... If I. if 21 ' CFML ,df KAM9 .WZ W Ofvbwauwxf-9' my if fy fflfrl' FN NANCY PRATT ELY March 28, 1923 Place of llirtli-Jamaica l , "In her eheek appears a pretty dimplef' Nancy and her "model T,'l standing for Tizzie, are inseparable. Her peppy personality has made her many friends. Next year Nancy says that, if she doesn't work in the Christian Science Pub- lishing House, she'll try her hand in a ca11dy store. Need we say which one? Leaders' Club 125, Basketball C25, Hockey C25, Iunior and Senior Prom Committee, Girls, Glee Club C2, 35, Operetta CZ, 35, Home Room Program Committee Q25, Dance Group KZ5. WILLIAM NEXVMAN EDVVARD FLANAGAN 'rth--September 7, 1923 Place of Birth-Some '. He s very handsome and his wit at will. What would we do without Bill? XNhile his good looks have been winning friends for him among the girls, his fun-loving disposi- tion has made him well-liked by the boys. The faculty admire him, too, for his ticket-selling ability, as he has had charge of tickets for most of our important events. We are positive that with these characteristics Bill is sure to be a success in life. Iunior Treasurer 135, Home Room President C3, 45, Home Room Treasurer 125, Student Council C35, Senior Play Ticket Committee, Senior Prom Com- mittee, junior Prom Committee, Gym Team QS, 45, Home Room Program CZ, 3, 45, Senior Graduation Usher. EMILY PRISCILLA FLETCHER ' -july 19, 1923 Place of l4irth-Nati- "Witli modest dignity and calm eo1iterzt." Emily is the girl with the ready smile and sweet disposition. She has been on the Honor Roll for three years and therefore should make some man a very efficient secretary. Although she isn't sure of what she would like to do next year, we know she will succeed no matter what She attempts. Girls' Glee Club 135, Operetta QJ5, Atltweate typist. 1 ZF, BARBARA RUTH FRANKF ' -May 5, 1924 Place of Birth-New- "As genial as simsliinef' Barbara is one of our happy-go-lucky seniors whose happy smile and cheerful personality make her .well liked by all. She has gone out for many school sports and is also fond of skiing and ice skating. Next year Barbara plans to attend Bates College. Advocclte 145, Leaders' Club Q2, 3, 45, Girls' Hockey CZ, 3, 43, TCl1UiS 13, 45, Basketball KZ, 35, Soft Ball MYRNA ELFREDA GAIZTZ thglune 12, 1923 Place of Birth-Halifax, tia nlllodesty often hides great merit." Those who know Myrna appreciate her quiet manner. .Myrnafs future is undecided, but we are sure she -will succeed with what- ever she attempts. VVe hear she is thinking of taking up the oe- cupation of housewife to some lucky man. . . KJ L,,,,,,,,,,,,.,s.,,..,,,.. .,...... L.-.-,..,-,...--,..-.,-.- bird ill gm ELIZABETH GARTNER Dat ' -June 8, 1923 Place ot' Birth-Bo-. Golden hair, like sunlight streaming -" Betty is one of our most vivaeious classmatesg and wherever we find her, there is sure to be fun and laughter. She is also one of our most versatile membersg for, besides ranking among the high- est scholastieally, she has played in the band for three years and is skillful at the piano. She also enjoys sketching and painting oc- casionally. Next year, Betty plans to attend Middlebury College. Advocate 143, Band 12, 3, 43, Senior Prom Decoration Committee. MARGUERITE GATELY ' th--January 17, 1923 Place of llirth-bpass. "Gloorny cares will be lightened by song.' "Magee" or "Margo" is an active member of our school. Her singing has entertained us at many assemblies, and her powers of debating are always a source of enjoyment. "Magee" intends to following in the footsteps of her sister next year and enter Lasell junior College. Adrofntc 12, 3, 43, Senior Prom Committee, Hockey 123, Girls' Glee Club 12, 3, 43, Library Club 133, Home Room Program 13, 43, Senior Play Usher, Uperetta 13, 43, Verse Speaking Choir 123, Tennis 12, 3, 43, Track 13, 43, llasketball 123. CONSTANCE NATALIE GEARWAR l ANovember 23, 1923 Place of Birth-New Haven othing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. I Connie is that vivaeious brunette of our class who can be seen at all the band's events, playing the bass drum. Her sparkling brown eyes and friendly smile are envied by many of the fairer sex. We are sure she will be a successful nurse after her training at Faulk- ner Hospital. Home Room OHicer 133, Senior Play Committee, Senior Prom Committee Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play, Hockey 123, Basketball 123, Band 13, 43, Home Room Program 123, Senior Graduation Usher. FLORENCE ELIZABETH GILFOY lu 'rth-August 27, 1923 Place of Birth-Needhw . "To set the cause above renown, To love the game above the prize." Betty certainly has made herself indispensable to our basketball and hockey teams all through high school. Betty is also a vcry good student and is very conscientious about her work. Next year Betty plans to go to Stoneleigh junior College where she will study to be a medical secretary, Student Council 123, Advocate 133, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 43, Orchestra 12, 3, 43, Basketball 12, 3, 43, Hockey 12, 3, 43, Tennis 13, 43, Baseball 12, 3, 43, Track 12, 3, 43. EVERETT ROBERT GOODVVIN Date manuary 8, 1924 Place of llirth-Camblntss. "The glory of young men is in their strength." "Evy" was one of Needham High's best athletes. He was one of the fastest men in football and track and was a winning wrestler. He is one of the best geometry students in the school. Popularity is the outcome of his efforts for his school and friends, and with his personality, "Evy" is going to make college a great success next year. Football 13, 43, Gym Team 123, Home Room Program 123, Baseball 133, Track 12, 3, 43, NVrestling 13, 43. Bun-A modulo G wg up f w 1 X I ,X ix , , 23 3 'lf' l 0 ..idg,..A.aAl K PDQ , Y liugbtt ' lv-6 LQ.. -,, n J AP" i D , X l - C F... of ' U -,Q HAZEL MARY GREEN ? irth-November 5, 1923 Place ot' Birthgliledham, .ass. "See golden days, frnltfnl of golden deeds, With joy and love trinn1.phln.g." Full of wit and smiles, Hazel is enjoyed by her many friends. Everywhere you go there's a "Hi" from Hazel. She has been an asset on all the girls' teams, especially as fullback on the hockey team. She is sure to be a success at Bouve next year. Advocate CZ, 3, 43, Senior Prom Committee, Innior Prom Committee, Hockey C2, 3, 43, Basketball CZ, 33, Baseball CZ, 3, 43, Track CZ, 3, 43, Tennis CZ, 3, 43. Leaders' Club CZ, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee CZ, 33, Senior Play Usher. RAY BOUTELLE GREENE JR , . 1-June Z4, 1923 Place of Birth-Cambridge, "Why, man, he doth bestrlde the narrow world, like a Colossus." Ray has been an active member of the class, participating 'in sports, musical associations, and SOC12i.llf1lI'lCt10llS. .His big smile and friendly nature are sure to help him make friends at Colby next year. Baseball CZ, 3, 43, Hockey CZ, 33, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Play, Gym Team C43, Band CZ, 3, 43, Home Room Program C23. . DONALD NEILSON GRIFFIN . h-June 2, 1923 Place of Birth!Need "lVlt and 'wisdom are born with a man." "GriFf" is one of the smartest boys in our class, and his inimitable wit has made him one of the most popular. Don loves a good argument, and we have heard that he has even out-argued Mr. Benton. Next year, Don plans to attend Wesleyail, and we are sure that he will bring credit to N. H. S. Track CZ3, Boys' Glee Club CZ, 3, 43, Operetta C3, 43, Advocate C2, 33, Senior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee C43. . DOROTHY MARY HALL i I -'February 28, 1924 Place of Birth-Framingh "sl d . . - - Ui . ze ,ances well to whom Portnne pzpes. "Dottie" one of our liveliest Seniors and is the possessor ot a ready smile and a very cheerful disposition. We hear that when it comes to Jitterbuggmg "Dottie" can really get "in the groove." Whether she enters the business world or continues her schooling next year, she will surely meet with success. Girls' Glee Club 43, Advorzzte Typing Board C43. I . Date irth-July 3, 1923 Irlace of Birth-Bvlylass. ff ,J I won a noble fame. HUBERT HOXVARD HEATH, JR. fee l fff KN an-ff 34.7 Howard has been one of our star hockey players, as well as being a iirst-string pitcher on the baseball team. He has also been an important mainstay on the football squad for three years. Next year he plans to go either to Colby or to an art school. Good luek, Howard! Football C2, 3, 43, Hockey CZ, 3, 43, Track CZ3, Baseball C3, 43. Qs, - I I I K ,vw AH ICEUNICIC BURTCH HEBERD ll' ' ily 20, 1923 Place of Birth-W "I lauglz. not at anotl1.er's loss. I grudge not another's gain." One of the happy-go-lucky seniors is "Eunie." She can always be seen giving some student a ride in her Ford. She has been quite active in school aFfa1rs, and is always willing to help. Next year, "lCunie" plans to attend Vermont junior College where we know she will be as popular as she is in Needham. junior and Senior Prom Committee, Home Room Program Committee C2, 3, -tl, Home Room Program C2, 47, Senior Play, Dance Group CSD, Basketball C2, -U, Hockey C2l, llaseball CZ, 31. JOYCE l"RlQEMAN HENRY A-April 28, 1923 Place of Birth-Neilass. .- good heart is better than all the heads in the world." joycc is a very friendly girl with a pleasant manner. Her pleasing ways have made her welljliketd by all who know her. Her ability to select lovely clothes will aid her in her work at the Chamber- lain School of Design next year. Tennis CZ, 35, Dance Group C3l, llasketball CZJ. 'FLORIENCE li. Hl'lWliTT Date of llirth-February 7, 1923 Place ot' Birth-East Xllinthrop, Maine Q "Speech is great, but silence is grcatep Although "Flossic" seems quiet to those that don't know her, her friends all know that she has a sunny disposition and is lots of fun. She has been active in the Library Club this year and has participated in school sports. Next year Flossie plans to attend the Chandler Secretarial School, and we know that with her vitality and ambition she will continue her good work and make a name for herself in the business world. Library Club C-U, Basketball CSD, Tennis C2, 33, Hockey C4J. ,be ' sf sem 1 ,So M CHARLES FRANK HOLLAND Firth-June 1, 1922 Place of Birth-VVQ ass "There's a wee fault they wliiles lay nie, I like the losses, God forgive nie." "Pete" came to us from Newton, and are we glad he did! He is a grand sport in everything he attempts, and we will all miss his friendly good humor. "Pete" is especially fond of baseball, i11 which he did a great job. Next year he plans to enter the Held of agriculture. Hockey CZJ, Baseball CZD, Home Room Program C-U, Gym Team. GORDON HULSE li' -March 18, 1923 Place of Birth-.Xrli.Nlass. n quietness and confidence will be your strength." "Hulsie" is a devoted student of aviation. .Whlien he isn't deliver- ing Shopping News on his route, he is deslignmg airplanes. Even his books are covered with airplane fabric. His plans .tor next year are indefinite, but we are sure he will be successful if he tol- lows his present inclinations. Gym Team C2, 3, -U. JM' ,P ff 3 'CHX 1, 5 gf 25 9 I Wei? ew , 0' v l rw ct ROBERT A. HL'MPHRliY fjune 13, l923 Plaee of llirthf-llo. Mass. "Not in rewards but in the strength to striz e, tlze blessing lies." Hump's sudden flashes of humor and subtle sarcasm are well known to all of his friends. When Hump appears with his happy- go-lucky manner, things are certain to liven up considerably under his influence. Bob has the perseverance which will take him far at the University of Vermont next year. Gym Team C3, 43. JOYCE NVINIFRED HUXLEY Da fb-lay 9, 1923 Place of lxirfhfiveetilitiiin "Her ways are ways of quietness." Although Joyce is rather quiet, we know that she is a good worker. Her work as an Advocate typist and the fact that her name is a permanent part of the honor roll attest to that: Her friends are all envious of her fashionable clothes. Joyce is sure to be successful at Boston University next year. Girls' Glee Club C3, 43, Operetta C3J, Sophomore Dance Committee, Tennis 12, 35, Baseball 123, Basketball QED, Atlraccrte Typist. HARRY RICHARD JEILVHS . .fAuguSt 9, 1922 elim of izifnifwmiiel. "As merry as the day is long." We just canlt control our feet when we hear this drummer boy. Hal may someday be another Gene Krupa if he keeps on with his drumming. He's also quite an actor as proved by his exeellent character portrayal in our Senior l'lay. His neat clothes and ap- pearance should make lnm successful in the electrical business next year. Senior Play, Operetta GJ. ROBERTA Nl. KELLEY Dawifilctoher 6, 1922 lflaee of Birth4YVest. Mhiziss. '21 lovely lady garmented in light From lzer Own beauty." "Berta'l joined our class in the ,lunior year, and we are very glad of it. Her tall, dark beauty is the envy of us all. Berta's plans are indefinite for next year, although she would like to be an ac- countant of some sort. However, we have our own ideas on her future. HOVVARD HALLIDAY KINGSLEY irth-April 19, 1923 Place of Birth!Cha . "l'Vere tlzere no wometz, men might live like go . For three years Hardy has been a faithful member of the band, and this year we were glad to see him in the orchestra as well. His winning personality has made him many friends who will certainly miss him when he goes to Oberlin next year. His frank and pleasing manner, his sense of humor, and his ambition should make him very successful there. Home Room Uflieer 42, 35, ltand Q2, 3, 45, Orchestra C-lj, Track CSJ, Home Room Prograin Committee QSJ. Q e e 26 alt Wallin lri of J 0 MILDPED NATALIE KLINE Da ' th-August 1,2923 Place of Birth-gass. "A true friend is forever a friend." "Nat" is one of the more reserved members of our class, but she can always be counted on for lots of fun. "Nat" has quite an in- terest in the Army. Let us in on it, will you "Nat ?" Her plans for next year are indefinite as yet. llasketball 123, Tennis 123, Operetta 143, Glee Club 143. MICHAEL KOSMENKO Date ' -ptemher 5, 1922 Place of Birth , Mass. good disposition is a quality worth having." Miehael's shyness hasn't prevented him from being one of the most humorous boys in our class. He plays a terrihc game of golf and is very much interested in hunting and trapping. Mike plans to attend business school next year. Golf 12, 33. FRANK GEORGE KRAMER I 1 January 3, 1922 Place of Birth-Roaass. 'The artist needs no religion beyond his work." "Frankie" is not one of the largest boys of our class, but he cer- tainly is one of the most outstanding, besides being one of the best looking. He is one of our champion wrestlers and has been captain of the wrestling team for two successive years. Frank, like his brother Bob, is always immaculately dressed, that is why he has been given the nickname of "Dapper." Home Room Officer 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program 12, 43, Sophomore Ring Committee, Student Council, VVrestling 12, 3, 43, Sophomore and Junior Prom Committee, Gym Team 12, 33, Cheerleader 143, Senior Picture Com- mittee, S. A. A. Dauee Committee 123. ROBERT ELLIOTT KRAMER Dah-September 16, 1924 Place ot' Birth-Roslim "By the work one knows the workrnanf "Bobbie" is one of our men of great ability. Besides being one of the class artists, he has distinguished himself at football and basketball. In basketball he was one of the three co-captains. VVe can be assured that Bob will be a success in the drafting field next year. S. A. A. Dance Committee 123, Home Room Program 143, Picture Commit- tee, Home Room Officer 12, 3, 43, Sophomore Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Advocate 13, 43, Basketball 12, 3, Co-Coptain 43, Football 12, 43, Gym Team 12, 43. GERTRUDE H. LAGERSTROM D 'rth-June 5, 1923 Place of Birth-1 rd, Mass. "Silence more musical than any son Beneath a rather shy and demure exterior, Gertrude is one of those girls who possess a pleasant sense of humor and a real friendliness toward everyone. Outside of school she and her friends can usually be seen driving around in "that beach wagon." Next year she plans to follow a secretarial course at Katherine Gibbs. Girls' Glee Club 13, 43, Operetta 143, Basketball 123. ,awjuav Je' la17ggjZL Gund ta if? .ft .-7wJ,.' Lotte Q a Q gn 4 flftz afftfgk I I ff l a X 3 . 27 WW' tit! Mitt 5 J W ,ell if ttf . K,-if EVON LANGILLE LANIC Data-July 26, 1923 Place of Birth-Needpass. "H er blessing is happiness." Wihenever we hear a sneeze, we know that Evon is coming. Her excellent portrayal of the sneezing school teacher in the Senior Play will not soon be forgotten. Evon's happy-go-lucky nature will be sure to bring her success in the future. Softball C33, Ticket Seller C43, Senior Play, Home Room Program C43. ANDREW LIQGOT LAWSON Date 1-Ianuary 26, 1923 Place of Birth-Needhzns. ff ' ' JJ Qnietness is best. Wle don't know much about Andy's activities. He continually pals around with Harry Jeeves and John McLaughlin, and always seems to have a good time. We're certain he'll do a good job next year rolling a truck over the highways. BARBARA LOUISE LEWIS D' irth-February 2, 1924 Place of llirth-Jamaica lalass. ' greatest happiness comes from the greatest activity." "Louie's" enthusiasm and versatility have made her one of the outstanding students of the class. Her musical talents have been of great benefit to the school, and her fine scholastic achievements have proved and will prove of great benefit to her. VVith her en- viable record at N. H. S., she has a start toward being an excel- lent student at the New England Conservatory of Music. Orchestra CZ, 3, 43, Girls' Glee Club C2, 3, 43, Band C2, 3, 43, Operetta CS, 43, Home Room Program C2, 43, Senior Play Cast. DONALD W. LITTLEHALE ldirth-June 26, 1923 Place of Birth-Needha-. "Rare compound of oddity, frolie and fun, ll"lt0 relished a joke, and rejoiced in a pun." "Dome" is that well-dressed, likeable boy with the smile for everyone. He can always be seen either with his pal, Dick, or his girl, "Dorie." He is an ardent track fan, and has a liking for avia- tion as well. Next year he plans to attend Aero I. T. I. in Cali- fornia. Gym Team C23, Track Team C2, 43, Home Room OHicer C23. JOSEPH L. LOMBARDI 6 ' Birth-November 6, 1922 Place of Bi s, "Wit is the salt of conversation." Joe is notably strong and muscular. VVe are sorry he didn't use his strength on some of our athletic teams, but he is always busy pur- suing his hobby of radio. He is always ready to gladden the day with witty jokes, his friends report, he gets from an Encyclopedia fwaaqfwfdefffff in the library. Q5 -ss H " W' x9 4 1' DONALD JAMES LUMSDEN nth-January 26, 1922 Place of Birth-Bri- "Silence is most noble to the end." "Spud" was one of the main factors for Needham's hockey and football success this year. His modesty and cheerfulness merits him everlasting friendship. "Spud" has a chuckle which is so contagious that when he laughs everybody present joins him. Next ycar "Spud" plans to enter Northeastern, and with his talents he will surely be a great success. Football 12, 3, 41, Hockey 12, 3, 41, Band 141. PAULINE ANNE LUMSDEN wth-April 12, 1923 Place of isirth-IMQSS. 'The endearing elegance of female friendship." "Lummic" has made many friends during her high school career, and they will certainly tell you that she is full of fun. She has shown scholastically and by her work on the Literary board that she is a good worker. We give her every wish for success at busi- ness school next year. Advocate 12, 3, 41, Field Hockey 12, 31, Dance Group 135, Tennis 121, Home Room Program 123. HELEN LOUISE MACPHERSON ,irth-May 23, 1923 Place of Birth-Mars . "I hate scarce smilesg I love laughing." Helen is one of the quieter girls around school, but on a dance floor she ranks with the best of us. She can usually be seen with her chum, Betty. Helen deserves the best of luck in her plans for the future. Junior Prom Decoration Committee 131, Library Club 145. Football 13, 45, Vt'restling 12, 3, 41. 0'er the ice." 'l N. H, S. Y by we lo CARMEN C. MASTROPIERI ,Birth-October 12, 1923 Place of Birt ass. "I have a heart with room for every joy." Carmen's line 'character has raised him high on the ladder of friendship. His work on the wrestling team was a great help toward winning the championship. Next year Carmen plans to go to work and we know he'll continue to produce the best quality. DOROTHY GRETCHEN MAUS Pllirth-January 17, 1923 Place of Birth-- Mass. "Her very feet have music in them as she glides N. H. S. can also boast of a young star of the silver blades, Dorothy Maus. "Dot" is a familiar figure wherever there is ice and is the very first to try out winter's frozen gifts. Some day when we see her name in lights, we'll remember our blond star of GIS: Club, President of Needham Figure Skating Club. 'I x W' if 'ex M... Q X 1h, f 5 X,MJ,, 29 on ROY MAUS D' November 13, 1919 Place of Birth-East Focss. "My hopes in heaven do dwell." Roy is one of the happy-go-lucky fellows of our class. He is the type of person that is always ready to cheer you up. Greatly in- terested in airplanes, he often is found talking to Miss Churchill, who every few days says, "l have another aviation book for you l" Next year Roy will go to California to study aeronautics. Football C25 DOROTHEA ANN MeALENEY Da pril 24, 1923 Place of Birth-Dorchester, M rr 1 U I Friendship s the wine of life. "Mac", as she is commonly called, certainly showed her athletic ability throughout the hockey and basketball seasons. Her jokes have entertained many for the past three years. Although her plans for next year are rather indefinite, she'll probably make her way into the business world. Good luck, Mac ll Field Hockey CZ, 3, 45, Basketball CZ, 3, 45, Basketball Captain C35, Varsity Cgpgzgin C45, Track 12, 3, 45, Baseball 12, 3, 45, Leaders' C uh 13, 45, Tennis CONNIE MCCARTHY h-Au f t 25, 1923 Pl f 13' that. -' bins i 1 I . I ace o A tru exmgt. Vwactty 'ts life s snnshzn e. "Connie" is one of the livelier members of our class. There is a popular belief that she keeps in trim by running from one room to the other. She is very gay, and seems to spread that feeling to whomever she meets, Here's to your success, Connie! Home Room Secretary C35, Advocate C25, Junior Prom Dance Committee, Leaders' Cluh 12, 35, Senior Graduation Usher, Field Hockey CZ, 3, 45, fN Basketball Q45 . ' GEORGE ANDREW MCGEEVER 1 -3irthYOctober 9, 1923 Place of Birth-Needl1ar- "Everyone excels in something in which another rnan fails." "Mac" has helped to uphold the tradition of Ye Old Alma Mater by doing a great job on the football and wrestling squads for the last two years. He plans to keep up the good work at St. Iohn's Preparatory School. He is one of the best liked students and cer- tainly a "Killer Diller." Football C3, 45, Basketball QZ5, XVrestling C3, 45. JOHN MCLAUGHLIN 'th-September 11, 1922 Place of Birth Mass. "Men of words are the best men. All who know john like him. Those who don't know him person- ly are conscious of his friendly spirit about the school. We know he will be a success wherever he works next year. Hockey C25. W , f jirmfrrf-M'-" f " W 30 lno 1 t f , ,wifi fy 0 J f 'fx filxxg ff 0 T904 AW' J if 'Militia at 1, , pf, FLORA MIANO .it ,ix I March 28, 1923 Place ot' Birth-Needhamigss. "Lovely to look at, delightful to know." "Baby" is our petite girl with sparkling brown eyes, a sunny dis- position, soft wavy hair, and an enchanting smile which no one can resist. Her vivaciousness was well demonstrated by her ef- forts on the cheer-leading team. With her charming personality, "Baby" cannot help but be a great success at Lasell junior College. College. Class Basketball 125, Home Room Program 145, Orchestra 12, 3, 45, Cheer Leader 145, Junior Prom Committee. ,IUNE KATHERINE MILLE lah-February 7, 1924 Place ot' Birth s, Calif. "She that is fair hath half her portions." Not even sunny California could keep June from coming back to graduate with her class. June's lovely blond hair and complexion are envied by all her classmates. Her happy-go-lucky manner and her love for excitement have made her a popular member of the class of '41. Operetta 145, Girls' Glee Club 12, 3, 45, Christmas Play 145. VIRGINIA HELENA MILLER February 2, 1924 Place of Birth-Jamaicalass. "Her actions speak for her." Virginia, one of our pretty glamour girls, is an active mcmberlof the high school. She was one of our cheer leaders in her senior year and also a member of the library staff. Ginny IS admired for avg", her giste in clothes and attractive hair styles. Her plan for next yea? is to attend some business school. xkheer Leader 145, Library Club 145, Home Room Assembly 125, Basketball x 1K 35, Tennis 135. 9' "Her silver voice to take a radio course there. ,M mittee, Junior Prom Committee. s CCSS. i Basketball 125. JANET AUGUSTA MINKLE October 3, 1923 Place of Birth-A Mass Is the rich niusic of a sunirner bird We all know Janet to be the possessor of a beautiful soprano voice which she very capably used in the Operetta tl11s year Her voice, however, is only one of her many assets She has a pleasant personality which has made her well-liked everywhere Emerson College will be very fortunate to get Jan next year for she plans Glee Club 12, 3, 45, Home Room Program 12, 35 Home Room Committee 145, Operetta 13, 45, Basketball 125, Tennis 125 Sophomore Dance Com BEATRICE HARRIET MULCAHY D-Ttll-June 1, 1923 Place of Birth NVellesley Iii ff ,J A glad heart hath a continual feast Beatrice is one of the quietest, but most well liked and gennl members of our class. She is seldom seen anywhere without Q. Ginny. Although she is undecided about her plans for the com ing year, we are sure that whatever she takes up she will be a suc it S ,W flirt 7 rthcc Lf seq J '-Z7 ff in . JANE ANNE MULLONEY Date eptember 10, 1923 Place of Birth-Pawtucksi. I. "Her niind is like a time-table - Subject to change without notice." And we have in this picture the one and only Jane Mulloney- that super-glamourous girl who has done much to wilt the stamina of our stag line. Next fall Jane will enter the portals of Lasell Junior College, where it has been generally conceded she will be highly successful. Advocate 12, 3, 43. ORESTE NARDONE D May ZS, 1923 Place of Birth-NVobl..s. "Whoever fights, whoever falls, fustiee conquers over all." Everybody knows .Oreste by his genial manner and by his fine work on the wrestling team. His plans for next year are unknown, but it is a sure thing that he will make good at whatever he under- takes. NVrestling 12, 3, 43. GEORGE A. NEILSON D 'rthalune 24, 1924 Place if ixmhgin-ss. ere would be no great ones if there were no little ones." George's wrestling abilities are well known about school. His knowledge of the U. S. History lesson every time he is called on amazes everyone. He is not deserting old N. H. S., as next year he is returning for a P. Cv. course. Advocu-tc 143, NVrestling 12, 3, 43, Gym Team 143. JOHN E. NELSON, JR. Dat.th-November 16, 1922 Place of Birthf enlield, Mass. "Bright gem instinct witli music, vocal spark." john is the fellow who has been so ably handling the solo clarinet part in the band and orchestra for three years. His talent for music is also shown by the fact that he has been a faithful mem- ber of the Boys' Glee Club ever since his Sophomore year. He did a great job as Mr. Bradley in the Senior Play. john is undecided about his future, but his ambitions after college tend toward the forestry service. Orchestra 12, 3, 43, Baud 12, 3, 43, Boys' Glee Club 12, 3, 43, Senior Play 143, Senior Play Committee 143, Operetta 143, German Band 13, 43, Tennis 12, 3, 43, Christmas Play 133, Home Room Assemblies. JANET ELLEN NORRIS Date of Birth-July 28, 1924 Place of Birtall River, Mass. .HI prefer silent prudence to loquacious folly." "Jane" is generally seen around school with Dot Willis or Dorothy Hall. Although she may seem quiet in class, we hear that she's quite a jitterbug on the dance tloor. With her friendly smile she is sure to make many friends at VVilfred Academy next year. Basketball 12, 33, Track 123, Tennis 123. ef io G 09 Qovv oo !'lX-:iid GF no- -iq safe? of KG. l J X PHYLLIS D. OAKMAN l-h-April 11, 1922 Place of Birth- eamoc y, Mass. "By their fruits ye shall know them." Phyllis is one of our capable librarians. She is also interested in the theater, and well she might be judging from the fine Job she did in the Senior Play. Phyllis would like to go to the Bishop Lee School of Drama and carry on with her theatrical work. Girls' tilee Club 12, 3, 41, Operetta 13, 41, Home Room Program 13, 41, Senior Class Play. IQLIZABIQTH MURIICL O'CONNOR o- -starch 4, 1923 Place of rams-Nesting. arm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul." Muriel is one of our good-natured girls, for she has a smile for everyone. She is an active member of the Leaders' Club and has also succeeded in her studies. Next year she will go to Lasell junior College where we are sure she will make many more friends. Hockey 12, 31, Basketball 12, 31, Tennis 12, 3, 41, Track 12, 3, 41, Baseball 12, 3, 41, Advocate 141, Soihomore Dance Committee, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 41, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 41, Operetta 141, Senior Prom Committee. DAVID SHUTE PALM ST ROM e ot' Birth-January 8, 1923 Place of Birth-Neer ass. 0 , vnu ' The greatest disaster that ever befell men was the invention of printing." What would Room 307 be like without "Bud"? He is always do- ing something for his friends and for his class as proved by his various activities. He spends most of his time printing tickets and programs for school affairs with his Eltin press. This year he was a valuable member of the hockey and baseball teams. "Bud's" sinecre friendliness, his ability to get good marks, and his willing- ness to help others are sure to make him outstanding at Middle- bury next year. Home Room Officer 141, Senior Play Committee, Senior and Junior Prom Committees, Sophomore Dance Committee, Hockey 13, 41, llaseball 12, 3 41 Home Room Program 12, 3, 41, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3: 41: Christmas Play. SHIRLEY ISLIZABICTH PARKER Dillirthvjnly 1, 1923 1 Place of Ilirth-Nc. Mass. "One who tries and accomplishes." f' Shirleyfs sweet smile and charming personality have found the places 111 many hearts. "Picher" has two hobbies: her trumpet , wil el fvvjf which she plays beautifully, and "Lizzie" her ear in which we see ' 3 'il her gayly riding along. Colby junior may be thc, fortunate one to I if - f have "Shirl" as a student next year. lland 12, 3, 41, Orchestra 12, 3, 41, Junior Prom Committee, Tennis 12, 3, 41, Home Room Program Committee 121, Christmas Assemblies 12, 3, 41. RICHARD HOWARD PARLIN 1Qf lsirrh-January 21, 1923 Place of nirnt-Winnip-limba "fl good reputation is more valuable than money." Here is our basketball manager in person. Besides taking care of the team, Dick dnl a swell job as stage manager for the Senior play tlus year. He expects to go to VVorcester Tech next year where he can continue to argue with tl1e Einstein theory, llasketball Manager 13, 41, Senior Play Stage Manager 141. . 1 ki! y,....3r 5 ,Egolf Q l A, X 33 "'i""x XR!! ' b to Ss Zvi' XM SHIRLEY MARIE POWER D Birth-February 16, 1924 Place of Birth-Neetilass. Ox H "Blithesome and cheery, 63 si-'Tl' 5 J , .Q PHYLLIS D. PLAISTED jc 1,3irth-November 18, 1923 Place of Birth-' Mass. , " 'Tis better to be small and shine 0 Than to be great and east a shadow." "Phyl" is a small senior whose lovely alto voice has floated through the stillness of the assembly hall many times. Perhaps in the future, her name will be in neon lights. "Phyl's" charming personality and witty remarks have gained her many friends at N. H. S. Needham High's loss will be Bryant and Stratton's gain Basketball 12, 3, 45, Girls' Glee Club 12, 3, 45, Operetta 13, 45, Home Room Program 13, 45, Hockey 125. Still climbing heazfenwardf' Shirley's familiar, "Hello, May-bel!" echoing in and around the halls of N. H. S. is the password to her pep and good-nature. As a field hockey manager she has showed us her valuable qualities of cooperation and dependability, which will be of great help in her Hockey 12, 3, manager 145, Leaders' Club 145, Senior Play Usher 145, Tennis 125, Basketball 125. JACQUELINE JUNE PFEIFER 1 ' October 3, 1922 Place of Birth-Needham, ., 1 The hand that hath made yon clean hath made yon good." "jackie's" good looks and pretty clothes are the envy of many girls of H. S. "Jackie" took her part in school activities as the drum major of our band. Next year she expects to go in training at the Massachusetts General Hospital and from there to an aviation school, before starting her career as an air hostess. Happy land- ings, "jack1e!" fidrvoeate 125, Junior and Senior Prom Committee, Home Room Program Committee 13, 45, S. A. A. Dance Committee 145. BETTE LOU PHILLIPS ! Birth--March 22, 1923 Place of Birth-Philadelphia, , 1 ' ' A sunshine heart And a sonl of song." Although a fairly recent comer to our town, Bette Lou's great friendliness has spread quickly, and she now has many friends at N. H. S. Her chums are all familiar with her keen liking for a discussion and often have cause to express admiration for her sincerity. Bette Lou's artistic talents will find root in the New England School of Art next year. Tennis 12, 35, Baseball 12, 35, Senior Play Cast, Senior Prom Committee, Girls' Glee Club. BESSIE THERESA PICARIELLO l 'Birth-August 8, 1923 Place of Birth-Ileaehfpss. ff With modest dignity and calm content." Bessie always has a smile for everyone and is welcomed for her cheerful disposition. Her smooth, page-boy hair-do, as Well as her ability to get such good marks in typing and shorthand, are the envy of her many friends. Next year Bessi plans to go o SLICCCSS. in the business world and we know that she not ' lp bei a ,MW vi. .'vtl ROBERT MALCOLM RAE ' ll+iXl1gllSt 30, 1923 Place of Birth'-Needhat lass. "When cluty whispers low, 'Thou must!',' The youth replies, 'I can." " "Bobbie" was one- of the essential factors in aiding our champion hockey team to victory. Without "Bobbie" in there, turning the puck away, theteam wo.uldn't have been where it is today. Al- though hc IS quite short in stature, "Bobbie" still has a lot to him. His blond hair and sparkling grin are welcomed by all. To Bob we wish all the luck in the world in whatever hc does next year. Hockey 12, 3, 45, Football 12, 35, llaseball 125, Golf 13, 45. PETER RAVINSKI I W-Nov. 7, 1922 Place of Birth-Newton Uppm Mass. "Nothing is impossible to him who wills." Peter's keen sense of humor is known by all. He is rarely seen without a piece, of gum in his mouth. Perhaps he is trying to de- velop a streamlined chin line. Uncle Sam will soon have the pleasure of meeting Pete, as he intends to join the Army Air Corps. IJIELBERT C. REED -December 16, 1920 Place of Birth-Nfgass. "Go, carry to some fitter place The leeenuess of that practiced eye." llel has been a member of the Boys' Glee Club every year .and has been in all the operettas. However, instead of taking singing as a career, he plans to join the Navy or Marines and become a fight- ing man. Go to it, Dell ' Football 12, 35, llaseball 125, lloys' Glee Club 12, 3, 45, Home Room Pro- gram Committee 135, Operetta 12, 3, 45. 1 JEAN MARIE REGAN December 14, 1923 Place of Birthh, Mass. "Tall, dark, and handsome." ,lean is one of our tall dark seniors whose pleasant disposition has won her many friends. Jean has been very active in school activi- ties and made us an able basketball manager. Also she has given us much of her time as an Advocate typist. Next year jean plans to attend Burdett College. Home Room Program Committee 125, Home Room Program 135, llasketball 131 Manager 145, Senior Picture Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Advocate Typist, Senior Play Usher, Operetta. JOCELYN CRAIN RlLEY -November ZS, 1923 Place of Birth-Jamaicl lass. 'Tfontentmeut is natural wealth." "joe" came to us from Mcdfield in her junior year, and we hear that she made a snappy drum major for the Medfield drum corps In fact, Medfield still takes up much of her time. She enjoys rsflet' QW all we' f'o"' jf rl lf-' l .J 4' U rf' lf! v-V 9' + Co V5 skiing in the winter, and she spends her summers sailing in Vir- 4 ginia. Her pleasant disposition has won her many friends here, s 5 and she may always be found wherever a good time is to be had. Q 4,5 f, Orchestra 13, 45, Band 13, 45, Junior Prom Committee. ag e N I 419 I 'D' ,jf Q - Q ssl' X ob lo QQ, X 'S 'P Jw al' 5 A0 K 35 1 ,pf I A ALLISON cook Rl NGIER 1 I-h-December 4, 1922 Place of llirthlaledfogalss. "He most jwevails who noble dares." Allie is known about town as a talented prankster with an un- limited scope of practical jokes. He is also famous for his daring feats of acrobatics on the Gym Team. He is often seen in the family Buick bound for nowhere in a great hurry-unless 1t's LaSalle Road. Gym Team CZ, 3, 41, Vllrestling Q2, 31, Home Room Program, lloys' Ulee Club. rpg" 1 NIEVVTON LYIVIAN ROlll'iR'l'S V irth-January 19, 1923 Place of Birth4'Needh lass. "An honest ntan's the noblest work of God." I "Newt" used to be a faithful track man, but since he became in- terested in canoeing, he spends most of lns spare time on the river. He plans to go to the Bentley School of Accounting next year so that some day he'll be a successful business man. Basketball 121, Track CZ, 31, Home Room Vice-President Q31. WlI.l,IAlX'l JOHN ROBINSON February 10, 1922 Plaee of llirt I ' 4 240, Ill- "Dark with excessive bright. Bill has been outstanding in athletics ever since he came to N. H. S,, particularly in hockey. He played no small part in helping our hockey team win the Bay State League championship two years in succession. Bill's genial personality will carry lnm far in whatever work he chooses next year. Football 131, Hockey C3, 41, Baseball 131. VIRGINIA CHIDLIQY ROUTLIEDGIQ I I ' irthfSCptember 20, 1923 Place of Birth-Cam, Mass. ff ,f ' ,VI 11 warm smile - a warm heart. "Qinny's dimples and sunny disposition are admired by many. The etnclency and enthusiasm she displays in her work are well illus- Afpj trated by the way she managed the..-Xdvocate typing department, E and by the number of times her name has appeared on the Honor Roll. i Her cheerful manner and her ability to make friends easily will surely aid her in becoming a Ccrtilied Public Accountant. .-lrlvoefltt' Head Typist, llasketball 121, Leaders' Club C3, 41, Tennis 12, 41, Manager Q-11, junior Prom Committee, Field Hockey 12, 31, Senior Play, Home Room Program Committee, Home Room Officer Q2, 3, 41, Senior Graduation Usher. 1 DONALD FREDERICK RUGEN Datnrth-October 6, 1923 Place of Birth ence, R. I. "Apt of word, keen of wit." "Don" is one third of that merry trio, of which "Bud" and Craig make up the remaining two thirds. He excels in skiing and tennis, having been elected co-captain of the latter. However, when it comes to 'ltootingn a trumpet Don is right up there. Next year Needham High will see this popular Senior around again as a 19.11. Home Room Officer 12, -11, Student Council Q41, Senior and Junior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee, Tennis CZ, 3, 41, Orchestra C2, 41, Baud QZ, 31, Home Room Program Committee Q41 Germa Band Q3, 41. ,.,,, bf: D" f' '-'T' F735 1..n"Z'f1' -r-'ew'-----owe"-r"':2t::""'T""":t"'-'-"""'-""'Tr'-"""---- -'1' """"' 1 ar. --J 1 H? I ff o P1usc1L1.A ST. CLAIR fo U1 i 1 -it-ptember ao, 1923 mite of llirth N N. Y. ' appy am I, from rare 1'm free lVhy aren't they all contented like me5"' A laugh, then a groan, and "Sanity" is seen blushing modestly when some of her subtle humor takes hold. She can hold her own in many sports and can do more than that in :1 good debate. You can always see her "bobbing" here 'and there with one of her many friends, Skidmore is going to gain a lot of fun next year when "S1timy" enrolls as a freshman to take np social service work. Haskethall C2, 3, 43, Tennis C23 flfaptain 3, 43, Advarnte CZ, 3, 43, Student founcil CZ, 3, 43, Senior Play Committee, Senior and junior Prom Commit- tees, Sophomore Dance Committee, Home Room Officer Q2, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 43. FRANK PAUL SALANIQNE, JR. out ' ,xtmttsi zz, waz time of iiifih-Nmsiiiss. -verytliing comes if a man will only wait." Frank's exploits are not as well known as those of some of our noisicr Seniors, but we all remember his work on the wrestling and football teams. He plans to go to college next year, but is not certain of the exact one which will fit his desires. He's sure to be successful, however. NVrestling K33, Football C-53. JAMES KNOXVLTON SANIZORN, JR. DQ Firth-'june 29, 1923 Place of llirtl stun, Mass. "I ll I lf v I I ' alll S7110 , MIIVZK, 11tf'ZU1C7'L7!C?' gt? the fields grow greener still." jimmy, our mighty mite, has certainly shown us some top-notch wrestling for the past three years. He won the state champion- ship in his class both this year and last year. His work as a mem- ber of the gym team has been equally outstanding. jim is unde- cided about what he will do next year, but we know he will sue- eeed in whatever he does. Gym Team Q2, 3, 43, lYrestling 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program C33. HARLAN PAGE SARGENT, IR. D l1iFcbruary 25, 1923 Place of Birth-Ianiain, Mass. f sent he is a elzaraeter understood, but present he is a foree respected." H. P. is not very much interested in the girls, although he is a great orchestra fan. He also has been bitten by the radio bug and devotes most of his spare time Cwhen not listening to the 920 club3 in pursuit-of tlns hobby. Next year he plans to attend Northeastern University, Home Room OffieerQ33, Home Room Program Committee Q33, Gym Team f33. BARBARA PHYLLIS SAYCIL July 22, 1923 Place of llirthill Iass. "Her ways are 'ways of fleasaiztiiessf' Calling "Barbie" Sayce! "Barbie's" versatility is greatly to be ad- mired, for not Ollly is she a clever artist and a ski enthusiast, but Barbie is also what is commonly called "a ham." Barbie's gay smile and happy nature gain many friends, and we just know that ll be sueeessful in her vocation of art, "Barbie" plans to go to Mzissaelnisetts School of Art. Peeks of luck to yoll, "Barbie"l llasketball CZ, 33, Tennis C2, 3, 43, Operetta C3, 43, Senior and junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 1.33, tilee Club 12, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee 123, Senior Play Usher, Dance Group 133. K X 5"9x:fbi,Wl ' ul' G qcwoi 0 ,t ad A .A P l4Af'f5"'-"- .' PM 0 4 gil ,J t f f M We j .ff 37 41" ufl 9'- Xe' sz'-3"'U RUTH CLAIRE SAYQE lwirth-December 22, 1923 Place of llirth4Bost.ss. Her hair was not more sunn than her heart." 3' Ruth always has a smile and a friendly greeting for everyone. Her fine work in the Glee Club and in both operettas has helped greatly in their success. She is an up-and-coming tennis player, and we know her enthusiasm will carry her to the top. Ruth's plans for next year are indefinite, but she hopes to study nursing. Glee Club C2, 3, 45, Oieretta C3, 45, Basketball C2, 35, Hockey C2, 35, Tennis C2, 3, 45, Library Clu C3, 45 Home Room Program Committee. ANDREVV SCCTT Data-May 20, 1923 Place of Birth-Penicuke, and , . . . . . . , A good disposition is a quality worth having. "Andy," our Scotchman, can always be found having a good time. He's a very versatile worker and has been practically everything from a gas station attendant to a soda jerker. He is one of the "Heights gang" of boys who are all ardent supports of our vari- ous teams. He's sure to go places in this world with his friendli- ness and sense of humor. Football C2, 45, Manager C35, Home Room Program C35, Gym Team. ELVES SEMPRUCCI Dith-October 17, 1923 Place of Birth-In Mass. "I'rn dancing on a inoonbeanif' Elves, our brunette dancing beauty, returned from Hollywood two years ago where she had taught ballet dancing. We are very glad she returned because she has brought us a lot of fine entertain- ment in assembly and in the Operetta, She always pals around with "Baby" who is sure to miss her while she teaches ballet in Boston, in the future. Glee Club C2, 35, Operetta C45. ELEANO RA LAURA SHALDONE lwirth-August 19, 1922 Place of Birth-Neecililass. ff Laugh and the world laughs with yon." Her merry laughter has brought many friends her way. Nora is the last of the crop of Shaldones to go through the portals of N. H. S. She plays a mean game of tennis and is very much in- terested in singing, Her next year's plans are rather indefinite, although Wilfred Academy of Hairdressing may claim her. Sophomore Dance Committee, Baseball C25. RUTH ELIZABETH SHERWOOD Date irth-July 9, 1923 Place of Birth-New Orlenouisiana nsic is well said to be the speech of angels." Ruthie's sweet and generous nature spreads happiness to all with whom she comes in contact, She has been a very valuable member of both the band and the orchestra all through High School. We know that whatever Ruthie undertakes, it will bring her success in every way. lland C2, 3, 45, Orchestra C2, 3, 45, Girls' Glee , me Room Program C3, 45, Home Room Program Com e , 45, Ji 'or Prom Committee C35. letra MARY ELIZABETH SHURTLEFF ' ' thfbecember 9, 1923 Place of Birthik City "She is modest but not baslifulg Free and easy, bnt not bold." "Polly" is a well known figure around school. Her merry laugh and gay chatlei' may be heard at any time of tl1e day. Though Polly Illflllyl take part in sports, as much as some of 11s, sl1e was an ardent fan, Zlllfl l'1n sure we could not l1ave done witl1o11t l1er at tl1e games. Girls' Glue Club 12, 3, -U, Operetta 13, 41, Senior Play Usher, Senior Prom k'0lTlIl'lll.lCC. NANCY CURTIN SLACK ' Birth-November 9, 1923 Place of Hirth--Int, Mass. "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Althougli Nance seems to be rather quiet, her friends tind her quite jolly. Her excellent work in tl1e gym meets l1as been a great help i11 keeping our class at the top of the list. Her plans for next year are undecided now, but she hopes to attend some junior college. Basketball 12, 3, 43, Softball 12, 3, -ij, Tennis 123. RALPH GORDON SODILRBERG n sinh-ociobef 30, 1923 ence of nirfii-Dpicit "For many a joke had lie." Ralph is the boy from Darien, Connecticut, wl1o has solved Mr. Fisl1cr's trombone problem in the band and orchestra. His repu- tation as a good student is well established, especially in Math. IV. Yale will be fortunate in having Ralph as a student next year. lland 12, 3, -U, Orchestra 1.1, 3, -lj, Home Room Otlieer 143, Student Coun- cil 145, Senior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 141, Senior Play, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 45, Home Room Program 141, Kiermand Band 13, -ij, Baseball 1-U. verb in the world. l Program 13, 41 . I Vs DORA MARY TOCCI I July 21, 1923 Place ot' Birth-lmn Mass fter the verb 'to love,' 'to help' is the most beautiful ll Dora's willingness to help others and her cheerful manner have brought her many friends. She's a smooth dancer and lots of fun Dora holds a keen interest in tl1at certain someone from 'lufts I She also has an interest in liairdressing and has seriously been thinking of going to Wilfred Academy next year. JOSEPH M. TOMAINO 1131511111-ixiay 17, 1923 Place of Birth-Q1 N .iss "Few things are im,bossible to diligence." Everyone in Needham High has a good word for Joe because he is one of tl1e friendliest and most likeable boys k11own. He held a co-captaincy in basketball allfl made many points for tl1e track team. Joe did an excellent job ill managing the sports department of tl1e Advocate. He plans to attend college next year, a11d we all know that Joe will succeed ill climbing tl1e ladder of success Home Room Officer 13, 41, Advocate 13, 4j, Senior Picture Committee Junior Prom Committee, Basketball 12, 3, 45, Track 12, 3, 45, Home Room if -1 1 Mil CEO in l wr W . 1 W W' if JEAN WINIFREIJ TONEY -September 25, 1923 Place of Birth-Needhame. "A dainty girl from head to toes, With dancing eyes and lots of beans." jean, one of the friendliest girls in the Senior class, has a sunny smile for everyone she meets. She always seems to be having a good time, quite often with Hazel. All of us, especially George, will miss her when she moves to New York City after graduation. Home Room Play 12, 35, Basketball 125, Home Room Program Committee 135, Dance Group 12, 35. PHYLLI S LORRAI NE TCJONE D ' -October 29, 1923 Place of Birth4Needham,- "Strongest minds are often those cpl' Of whom the noisy world hears least." Petite, cheerful, friendly, are adjectives which describe "l'hyl", who is well-liked by all who know her. Her ability to make the Honor Roll will insure her success at business school next year. Sophomore Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Basketball 125, Hockey 125, Advocate Typist. VIRGINIA RUTH TROY -June 27, 1922 Place of llirth4New s. "From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." If you see a tiny, happy-go-lucky, red-headed girl with a broad grin, you'l1 know it's "Tuddy." "Tuddy" is one of the peppiest members of our class and is full of fun. She cuts a cute Hgure on both the hockey field and the basketball court. Her pleasing per- sonality has won her many friends, and her clothes have been admired by all. "Tuddy" plans to attend a business school next year. Good luck to you! Hockey 12, 3, 45, Basketball 12, 3, 45, Track 12, 3, 45, Baseball 12, 3, 45, Tennis 135 , GEORGE W. TRUMBOUR, JR. DatemOctober 10, 1922 Place of Birth-New Hagm. "H e flies through the air with the greatest of ease, That daring young man on the flying trapezef' No boys' gym meet would be complete without the gym team, and George 1S a member in full standing. We understand that he in- tends to contlnue to fly through the air with the air force soon. Good luck, George! Sophomore Dance Committee, Gym Team 12, 3, 45, Boys' Leaders' Club 135, Home Room Play 135. VERA A. TRUMBOUR Da'th-April 24, 1924 Place of Bin-ighto Mass. "The only way to have a friend is to be one. Most people think that Vera is quiet, but her friends will tell you otherwise. She is very seldom seen without Bob, now that all their quarrels are patched up. Many of us wish that we had Vera's sunny disposition when we are confronted with difficult problems. We wish every success to Vera next year when some lucky person will have her for his private secretary. Could it be Bob? Hockey 12, 35, Softball 125, Track 135, Basketball 125. 40 JEANNETTE ERSKINE TURNER ugust 28, 1923 Place of Birth-Fall sss. "More life, and fullerg that I waht." Jeannette is one of the most vivacious members of our class. Her pleasant personality has made her well-liked by both girls and. boys. Jeannette can usually be seen having a good time with a group of her friends. Lots of luck in the future, Jeannette! Home Room Play 12, 31, Christmas Play 141, Operetta 141, Glee Club 141. HELEN JOAN VELUCCI h-November 20, 1922 Place of Birth- ' io "A girl who quietly winds her way, And does her duty day by day." Helen is one of the smaller members of our class. She has a deep interest in dancing, which she does very well. We wonder who, or what, makes Helen so interested in Middlebury College, and why she is always talking abouthgoing to Vermont. Helen plans on making her way into the business world next year. ARLENE WADSVVORTH prth-October 11, 1923 Place of liirth-VVarehouse Pom "Few can possess such qualities of cheerful ways and friendliness." "Ar," one of our most friendly Seniors, dresses very snappily. She has a scintillating wit and wonderful disposition to go with her charm of manner. When she starts a thing, you know it is sure to be a success, as she will be at Katherine Gibbs School next year. Home Room Secretary 13, 41, Junior and Senior Prom Committee, Hockey 141, Basketball 13, 41, Leaders' Club 13, 41, Home Room Program 131, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 41, Senior Graduation Usher. worthy accomplishments later on. Band 13, 41. EUGENE WARD School next year is Eugene's goal. gram Committee 121. - ANTHONY T. VVALLACE llaartli-February 4, 1923 Place of liirth-Neethss. "H e works his work, I mine." Anthony is an unobtrusive person with an even disposition. He has a real talent for playing the saxophone, and tlns skill, coupled with lns conscientious manner, should produce some ly IS, 1923 Place of l!irthwNewtoi entre, Mass. "The secret of life is in art." Eugene is the boy whose name is frequently seen on the Honor Roll. He has a Hair for poetry, and his art ability is shown by excellent work as a member of the art board of the Advocate. Art Home Room' Officer 1Pres1 12, 41, Student Council 121, Advocate 13, 41, Junior Prom Committee 131, Home Room Program 131, Home Room Pro- 'QA-Q.Ql-'Wi Gomes-J :laws j'.X"1'j W' 2: 0- X 1 1 1 lx ,,,. .-ttt ' J 41 ot QQ? ,SSX ,SAS-us. 355+-Ls fe ELLIS G. Wlililxllfli lJz 14November Zl, 1921 Place of Birth "To the young this is a world for action Not for nzoping and dreaming in." XX'hen Ellis, one of the quiet members of our class, undertakes a job, he does it well, as we were shown by his performance of Mr Patterson in the Senior Play. Although his plans for the future are uncertain, we know he will continue to do good work. llest of luck, Ellis. Senior Play. i U0 C' Q MAPJOPIIL XLICIL WHEELEI' U Jfgie cm-Januzry 951924 i Place of Birth!-lee ss In fi companion that is cheerful is worth g . . 6 lf you feel a friendly pat and hear a cheery "hi," you'll know it's uf' Wy 'AMargie." Her wit and humor as well as her bright personality lp Y and her outstanding athletic ability have made her one of the most popular girls in school. Her blond curly hair is the envy of all her classmates. She did a grand job as the little colored girl in the Senior Play and also as captain of the basketball team. Next X year "Margie" intends to enter the missionary held. l Student Council 141, Senior Prom Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee, lb if! Senior Play, Hockey, 12, 3, 41, Basketball 12, 3, 41, Track 12, 3, 41, Leaders' Club 141. Softball 12, 3, 41, Home Room Program 131, Home Room Program -v Committee 12, 31. "ix, 11 . XX ll L U tx L! Yi if 42 Uv LOTS MAY VVATERS IJ,-May 27, 1923 Place of BirthgNew Bedford, Silence, more musical than any song. We all envy Lois May her ability to get such good marks, for her name always appears on the honor roll! Her hobby is reading, and she is also very interested in music. Her friends all know her as an accomplished pianist and the oboe player in the band and orchestra. Lois May plans to attend Wellesley College next year, and we know that she will continue her brilliant record there. Orchestra 12, 3, 41, Band 12, 3, 41, Glee Club 131. FRANKLIN EDWARD WELCH, JR. Dah-January 20, 1923 Place of llirth-Bosto11- "Tall oaks from little acoifns grow." Franklin is a tall, personable fellow, who has shown much merit by managing our football team. Each morning he is one of the first to arrive at school. His subtle wit is appreciated by the ex- perienced conversationalist. Football 13, 41, Manager, Home Room Program 12, 31. MARIE-CLARIQ WELCH Auf at 9, 1923 Pl' t' li' h4D H gus. ace 0 irt o All things are slaves to intelligence. Marie is one of our scholars as well as athletes. 1 Her neat type- wrltten notebooks are the envy of us who scribble our notes. Those hanclknitted socks to match sweaters are certainly a spec- iality with her. Marie will be at Emmanuel College next year. Advocate 121, Senior and Junior Prom Committee mittee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 141, Hockey 12, 3, 3 41, Baseball 12, 31, Track 12, 31, Leaders' Club 13, 41, am 12, 31, Home Room Program Committee 12, 31, Senior ..-...--.,.....,,....,---. .... .-. Co BARBARA HAMLIN WHITE ' th-April 3, 1924 Place of Birth-Ne Ias . "1-1 witty beauty is a power." Barbara came from Newton, i11 l1er Sophomore year, bringing with l1er a cheerful smile and sunny disposition well known to all of us. She has taken part in a good many activities here at school, and we feel sure that success will be with her next year when she takes up Occupational Therapy. Tennis 13, 45, Track 13, 45, Girls' Glee Club 145, Operetta 145, Dance Group 12, 35. NORTON MARSH WHITNEY -July 12, 1923 p Place of Binh-H-ss. "lfVhat shall a nian do but be merry?" Norton has shown us that he is a fine acrobat by his work on the high-bar. His great swings have brought forth much applause from the thrilled audiences of the gym meets. ,Although he is still undecided as to what he'll do next year, we are sure he will be a success. Gym Team 12, 3, 45, Home Room Program 135, Home Room Officer 125. BETTE .MCINTYRE VVILLIAMS irth-March S, 1923 Place of llirth-Norplass. e s witty to talk with, and pleasant, too, to think on." Bette's vivacity and love of life are characteristic of her auburn hair, wl1icl1 is set off so well by l1er good-looking clothes. Her sincerity and ambition will take her far in tl1e world and make her more friends at Katherine Gibbs next year. Prom Committee 12, 3, 45, Field Hockey 125, Basketball 125, Track 12, 3, 45, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 45, Band 12, 3, 45, Home Room Program 12, 3, 45, Senior Graduation Usher 125, Dance Group 12, 35, Baseball 125. 6 5 M5211 DOROTHY WILLIS 'Birth-June 6, 1923 Place of Birth-Himsa "Action speaks louder than words." "Willie" is a happy-go-lucky girl with a smile for everyone. Dot has been an important member of our girls' basketball squad. She hopes to work next year, and all our best wishes go with her. Senior Prom Committee, Home Room Program 125, Hockey 125, Track 12, 3, 45, Basketball 12, 3, 45, Soft Ball 12, 3, 45, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 45, Girls' Glee Club 125, Tennis 125. BLANCHE WORTH, JR. Birth-August 19, 1923 Place of Birt Mass. "She seems to walk on wings and tread on air. Blancl1ie's good looks and vivacious personality are admired by her very many friends. That .she has the happy faculty of doing well everything she attempts is well demonstrated by her grand performance of Barbara lI1 our Senior Play. .She plans to go to Colby junior College, where wie know she w1ll be very popular. NVe wish you happiness, Blancluel Advocate 12, 3, 45, Senior and Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Dance Committee, S. A. A. Dance Committee 125, Senior Play, Hockey 12, 3, 45, Basketball 12, 35,' Track 12, 35, Baseball 12, 35, Tennis 12, 3, 45, Leaders' Club 12, 3, 45, Home Room Program 12, 35, Home Room Program Conimit- tee 12, 35, Senior Graduation Usher, Dance Group 125. 0 rr f OW W f . slew i 1 I 1 xXw!.,i- ' 43 K ,v,. 'I us- ...OV f sQ '?' 3. QJ fs'- 54 6 J Q, 461 04 ,I -.sp v :"' in DV! 11 s 5' -rfkv, I .44 Q X. X X emi, 2.- Wlr ee JOHN STIMSON W'Yli'F Da - il 25, 1924 Place of llirthfllon ass. all noises, I think music the least disagreeable." john has given generously of his time and talent to N. H. S. He shows exceptional ability wherever the occasion permits. His genial, philosophical manner will be the asset of a prep school next year. Advocate C2, 3, 43, Senior Play, Baseball C3, 43, Orchestra CZ, 3, 43, Band CZ, 3, 43, Home Room Program C33, German Band C3, 43. ' BERT EDMUND YOULDEN Da M vember 15, 1923 Place of Birth-Norwo "And why should life all labor be?" Bob, alias "Porky," is one of our class's best character artists as was clearly shown by his Fine work as Bill in the Senior Play. To those who know him only slightly, he seems to be a slap-happy fellow, but his close friends know that he is more often quite serious. All in all, "Porky" is a Fine fellow, and we know that hc will succeed in anything he does. Atlroczrte C23, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Play, Basketball C33, ?Vre1stln2gJ C43, Track CZ, 3, 43, Home Room Program CZ, 3, 43, Cheer -ea er . RAYMOND ZAFFINI -october 1, 1923 Place of ixinh-iwrannss. "In play there are two pleasures for your choosing, The one is winning, and the other, losing." "Snowshoes," as Ray's friends call him, is quite a ladies' man. This is probably due to his neat appearance and his witty remarks. On the mat, "Zaff" is one of Ncedham's stellar wrestlers, and he proved very valuable to the squad. He will probably work for his fiather in the future. He has our best wishes for whatever he c oes. XVrestling CZ, 3, 43, Home Room Officer CZ3, Iunior Prom Committee, Home Room Program Committee C23. FRANCES ANN ZIKORUS D' eflbeeember 9, 1924 Place of Birth-Needh m, llass. "To love the game beyond the prize." "Zeke", the tallest girl in the class, towers high above the heads of everyone in more ways than one. Her pleasing smile is liked by all, both in the classroom and on the athletic held. Because she takes defeat as it comes, "Zeke" was elected captain of the girls' hockey team this year. 3Nhen she steps into the business world next year, we shall all miss "Zeke's" cheery "Hi," as we walk down the corridors. , Home Room Officer C33, Student Council CZ, 33, Adocnie C43, Sophomore Dance Committee, Hockey C2, 3, 43, Basketball CZ, 3, 43, Tennis C3, 43, Softball C2, 3, 43, Track CZ, 3, 43, Leaders' Club C2, 3, 43, Advocate Typist, Home Room Program CZ, 33, Home Room Program Committee CZ, 33, Senior Graduation Usher. BETTY VIRGINIA PADOU Ddrthg.-Xpril 19, 1923 Place of Birth-Indianapolis, , "rl winning way, a pleasant smile. Dressed so neat and quite in style." Bctty's hrst year in Needham is her last year here with us at school, and we're sorry not to have known her longer. Betty came from Hope Street High in Providence, R. I. Her ready smile and cheerful spirits have brightened dreary days for many of us. Hcre's all the luck in the world when you begin your art eoursc at Ohio State, Betty. S. A. A. Dance Committee C43, Senior Prom Committee C43. 44 ' 0' S 0' JOSEPH MARTIN CAMERON Birth-November 9, 1923 Place of Birth-Medf . "He works his work ,' I mine." W Joe is one of the quietest boys of the class, despite the faet that he has red hair. He is a good worker and can often be seen with Louie and Roy. We wish him luck in the business work next year. RONALD ROBERT GOODWIN ebruary 15, 1923 Place of Birth-Needn. "Men of few words are the best men." "Goody" is best known for his work with the wrestling team. His specialties are the arm bar and the four scissors holds which have many times won matches for him. In spite of his reserve, his sense of humor is known to all. We hear that his work in the Manual Training Department is ranked with the best. Wrestling 12, 3, 43. ANDREW MIKKELSON February 6, 1923 Place of Birth-Neg. "A man is known by the company he keeps." Here is one of those boys that keep Needham on the map. He has been on our crack hockey team for the last three years, and we certainly shall miss him in the future. He doesn't seem to have any plans for next year as yet, but we know he'll be right there on the top of the heap. Hockey CZ, 3, 43. HAROLD PANDOLF ch 11, 1922 Place of Birth-Nasa "A man judged by his deeds." "Hal" certainly doesn't need any introduction, as he is well-known and well-liked both here and at Dedham High. He was one of our peppy cheer-leaders last year and one of our chief sources of entertainment in assemblies and at sport events this year. He's sure to do a grand job wherever he is next year. Home Room Officer 12, 33, Glee Club CZ, 3, 43, Junior Prom Committee, Home Room Program C2, 3, 43, Home Room Program Committee 12, 3, 43, Cheer Leader 133, Operetta C3, 43, Sophomore Dance Committee, Senior Play. ..... - ...Y Y . .....- H CLASS OFFICERS tlmft In righlj: D. Thompson, E. Gates, S. New- comer, D. Johnston In a rather bewildered state of mind, the class of 1942 marched, for the first time, into the auditorium of the High School, not knowing in any way whatsoever just what was ahead of them, but willing to accept anything that was handed out. ln two years. they have proved to all that they can stand up to it. Next year, the class of 1942 will take their final step in their high school career. They are planning to carry on the work that they began when they were Sophomores and Juniors. They hope to continue to have each athletic team a champion, to produce out- standing operettas like the one put on this year, in which the majority of the leads were played by members of the Junior elassg and to keep their popular boys' quartet. composed of the well-known singers, Craig Moodie, lfddie Pollard, Alfred Skinner. and Donnie Johnston. During their first year. the J uniors, acting on upperclass hints that they were infants, planned nursery decorations for their Sopho- more Hop. Many of the school's outstanding athletes and performers are members of the Junior Class. lloth boys and girls alike have aided X l J' , .. . V..- ..... -.,.., ,.... ,f Af , l l in "guarding the goal" of several of the ath- letic teams and thus have kept away defeat. Some of the line Monday morning assem- blies were eondueted by members of the Class who always helped keep up the friend- ly spirit in the school. And so, as they patiently wait for the re- port eard that gives them the long awaited permission to call themselves Seniors, the Juniors merely sit back and plan for the great year ahead of them. They dream of trying hard to till the large shoes of the classes before them, and they feel that they can do it. Time marches on l HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS Bark Rofw Cleft to rightj: D. Johnston, ll. Thompson F. Fisher, F. Hersey Front Rofw tleft to rightj: I. Parker, L. Boyer, D Shea OPHOMORES S .U 11 I l ' 2 i 1 ll Yery wearily 111111 SlilNYly, 151 1l1l11l1' g'1'2l11L'I'S 11'llf1gC1l 1111 tl1e lligh School 11111 111 51101111 their tirst 1lay as S0l711tll1101'CS 111 1l1e NL't'I1l11ll11 S1-111111' lligh SL'11t101. Lvllllll e11ter- iiig, they lilttttllj' ti11t11e1l 1l11w11 t11e C0l't'1t1Ol' 111111 8111111011 1l1e 11st 111 112111165 1111tsi1le each 11111111 1111111 tl1ey 111111111 their 11w11. They 1lashe1l 111111 tl1is r1111111 111111 h111l1lle1l with their 11'1Cl1t1S 111 tl1e e11r11er 11f tl1e r1111111 farthest away 1.111111 t11e 1CZlC11C1',S clesk, 211111 talked 111' giggled. 5111111 they 1'11u111l themselves going 1111 tl1e "1111w11" stairs equippecl vvitl1 a pro- gfiilll ear1l, 111-ing sh11ve11, 1111sl1e1l, and 11121110 ftlll 111' 11y upper ClZlSSl11L'l1. Tl1e see11111l 11111r11i11g 111' tl1eir SCl110l' High life was a little 11111re quiet 111311 the tirst 1111til 11 3112. T11e 1J1'Ug'l'?ll11 CZIIT1 sai1l "1,.1111el1." They VVL'1'011,1. h1111gry Q gosh, they'1l just 031611 lJI'L'ZllifZ1S1, 1111111111 they? H11wever, after be- ing StIll1lSl1L'Kl, 1111she1l, 211141 ste11pe1l 1111 hy HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS flmfl In fijlllfyl R. Powers, K. 1j0l1g1ilS, F. 1X11ast1'11- pieri, V. Fl:11111g:111, R. xXVlll'NY1Cli 1 CLASS OFFICERS tI,1'ff In rigliljz R. Heath, R. Powers, gl. f1Zll'I11l'I', Al. Barr see111i11g1y 1112111 51111111113 211111 Seniors, t11ey reached t11e 11111e11r1111m 1111ly 111 1:11111 that tl1ere were 1111 l110l'C seats. S11 t11ey 511111111 Zllltl ate! As 111C clays 11asse1l 111111 weeks Zllltl weeks into t'I'1OI111'lS, the S11p1111m11res became wiser a111l l11111ler, a111l began 111 take tl1e Zl11X'Lt111ZlgCS a1111 privileges 111-ver k1111w11 111 '11111i11r High. NVhe11 t11ey we1'e s1111ashe1l a111l 1111she1lg t11ey squashed 111111 ptished back. 111111311 .1LlI11Ol'S a1111 Se11i11rs 111111111 it necessary 111 111Zl1iC re- marlcs 211111111 S111p111111111res, tl1ese i11ge11i1111s y11u11g people 11121110 a few tl1e111selves. T11e1r greatest 1lisa111111i11t111e11ts were re- eeive1l whe11 the 1,UL'Cl111JCl' issue of the . I11111111'111'v e1111tai11e1l 1111ly 1111e 111' tw11 bits 111 gossip 111111111 them, 211111 NYl1Cl1 they were i11- f11r111e1l that they e111111l 11111 e11j1'1y the Spring air XVl111L' C3.1111Q,f1ll1C1l'll11lL'11CS. Tl1e S1111111111111re 111111 was their biggest eve11t 111 tl1e year. At tl1is 11a11Ce, 1111 very little II1tl1lL'y. they 11r11ve1l tl1eir i11ge11111ty 111111 artistic ability l1y 1lis11lay111g 11rigi11al 1lee11ra- ti1111s 211111 a very g111111 11rel1estra. 1X1Ul'L'1l1Z111 130 pupils atte111le1l UX'L'l1 llltltlgll t11e Seniors 11111 wear 1lar11 glasses s11 tl1at 1111 1111e w1111l11 see tl1e111 at a S1111l11111111re 1la11ee. At tl1e C1111 111' tl1eir tirst year 111 the lligh Sel111111 tl1e S1111l11111111res111111't regret as 11111el1 as they 111tJL1gl11. they w1111l1l, that 1l1ey must e11111e l1ae11 next year. 111 fact, tl1ey are 2lllX1tJtlS 111 l1ave tl1eir little 1111 111 ftlll next year as Jll111Ol'S. pushiiig 21113111111 s11111e other green little S1111l111111111'es. X 1 1 f 1 NL! f One can see them at almost any time of the day, either assisting Mrs. Slaney with her work in the office or hurrying from one class to anotherg the Band and both of the Glee Clubs are proud possessors of some of themg they help Miss Carroll and Mr. Claxton with their gym classes g their connec- tion with the Library, which is of vital ini- portance to both the teachers and the stu- dents, is not fully appreciated by the ma- jority of the undergradsg they celebrate the beginning of assemblies each year by afford- ing those newly arrived Sophomores an op- portunity to observe the talent of which they are the proud possessors g they carry around l POST GRAD- UATES Top Rofw Cleft to rightj R. Miller, D. Kingston, W. Palmstrom. Sfcond Ro-'w Cleft to rightj: E. Cole, V. Fisher, P. Barker, J. Watt and P. Alden. Boltam Rofw, fleft to rightj: M. Titus, B. Ellis, P. Luty, V. Hailey, and B. Hainsworth. the necessary notices during the day, they don't hesitate to mingle in and associate with members of the other classes, they are im- portant aides to our varsity teams, either as timekeepers or as refereesg they realize they have had their chance to ofliciate in school matters, and now that it has passed they are most generous in oltering their advice and services to the remainder of us who have reached or have yet to reach the zenith of our high school careerg in other words, they set an example which should be followed by all others. Who are they? Why, the P. G.'s, of course! 0 Q its Q Boys' Quartet Mr. Pollard has trained a Boys' Quartet for many years. This year lid Pollard sings Qenorg Craig Moodic, second tenorg Al Skinner, bassg and Don Johnston, second bass. The boys practice with Mr. Pollard at :onvenient times during the week. The quartet frequently sings at assemblies and other school functions, and has also en- tertained at various community affairs. German Bond The German lland was organized two years ago by john Nelson and Donald Rugen as a Herman class project. The band prac- tices after orchestra rehearsal, with john Nelson in charge. This group-composed of Ralph Soderberg, tromboneg Barbara Beals, trumpetg John Nelson, clarinetg lfdwin Ryan, sousaphoneg Donald Rugen, cornetg and john XVyeth, saxaphonegis very popu- lar and has been well received by all audiences. Lilorotry Clulo The Library Club is made up of nineteen girls who are interested in books and library work. The members study from books giving courses in library work. Dur- ing meetings books are mended and arranged. One of the girls may be found in the library every day from 8 :OO to 8:15 and from 2:15 to 3 200. The members are vlune Payson, loan Potter, Martha McLaughlin, Martha McNeilly, lN'larguerite Gately, Ruth Sayce, Mary Uunphy, Mildred Morse, lloris Drescher, lleverly Parker, Virginia Traub, Dorothy Shea, Virginia Miller, Aileen Kendrick, l'lelen Nlcllherson, Phyllis Barker, Phyllis Oakman, and Florence Hewitt. I P Q- ,vw-.W JV!-avbuaa GIRLS' GLEE CLUB lfrnlzl Rum' llvlt tn rightl: Us-rtrmlu l,Il1.fk'I'Nll'4lIU, Bvtty l.Ull Phillip Q, B:ii'h:1r:1 Sziyu-, kluscpliim- liwtlzl, ji-:in Nlk'NZlIHllI'1l, lillllll Col lailivt Minlylv, Nurnm Chiltlx, lmiiw lit-wis, lK'1lIlC'llK' 'llllI'Ilk'l', MJll'lLlll'l'lfL' Ci:itt'ly', Mziry' Sliurtlvfl, llurntliy' Mains, Ruth Sziwc. l .K'nni1.1' linac: liIlllllL'L'll Vzthill, Alnyvt- lluxlt-y, llumtliy llzill, Nliltlrt-tl Morse, Nnntiy XVinQlmy', cit'I'Il'llClK'lil'IlllfA,lillllll1L'lll Nvyytun, Shirlc Nt-uwniit-i', Nzmry I.4-uit, Nzitailit' Kline, Phyllis fllllilflllll, Peggy' lmtlirup, l':itty'Usg1mrtl. 'l'f1ir'tl Rrm'.' Mr. lfialivr, Nzinvy lily, Prisvillzi Brooks, lictty Applehy, Pzmln Rt-we, Ruth Sluwwnml, .lCZIllllt' lirmyii, Nlill'-lllflt' Luty, Num Kilim, Bvycrly l'zii'kt-r, NKlI'ITlZl Smith, Bvulzih lN14'h'X7llllllITlh, Phyllis Plziistn-tl, Priscilla .'Xltlt'Il. l"uurtl1Rnfw.' l.urr:iim' Pigimtt-lli, 'lam' Russt-ll, Alnuct SllSlTj,,lt'1lIl llaillt-r, blunt' Miller, Bzu'h:1r:1 NVhitc, llnrntliy Shvzi, llurir l7i't-svlic lil'JllI'il'C' Riu-, llnrhrirzi Uilit-ii, Yirginizi lfixlut, -ll'llIl VV:1tt. BOYS' C-LEE CLUB Ifrnlll Rufzc Clt-lt tu rightl: Nick Ililfuggiu, l.:iyyi'uiu'c- l,SlH0l'llL', llunalltl Griffin, .Xllimii RiIlp.ft'I', Mr. Pullnrtl, xluhn Nvlsnn, Dnnziltl .Mlzun llt'llwi't Rt-val, l,zlwi'v111'v .'Xi'i':l. ,hlflllllil Rnftci Ruhcrt 'l'lmni:is, Dmiziltl 'll!l1llSIUIl, -Iztincs I'eil'cc, C't':iig.5 Mumlit-, XV:lltvi' XV:ilsh, Rulu-rt liuurliaiua, NVilli:tm Rohiiiwu' lit-milpa' limuka, Diinn -lout, licntli'it'k XVillizims, Ruht-rt Swan. Third Ifnfux' l'itlN1lI'llllttllllfll,l71lYiilxvlllllfll,l,1llllRil'l1XYllj.fCll,ll1ll'Ulll Burr, .Xlfrctl Mills, C':lly'in Pztigc, Sllk'I'lllilIl llcairtl, Ruhr- lVlc'l,c-llziii, l.ni'i':iim' l,UUlll'll, xiwuiripalliist. l"u1n'lffICnfz:.' -lnhll Nlilm-, llnvitl Sfmt, Xvllllillll Nlzlviirzty, Alam Mvlntmli, VVztllzit't- Rilvy, litlwili Ryziii, Phillip Uligmizin, Kennel Miiilylv. ww: Ralph Soderberg, Charlotte Smiley, Ruth Sherwood, Hardy Kingsley, Barbara Beals, Lois May VVaters, Carlton Goss. Ro-w: Mr. Fisher, Rainer Lauh, Donald Rugen, Shirley Parker, Rhoda Cook, Jean McNamara, Betty Gilfoy, John Nelson, Edward lard. lofw: Donald Johnston, Dick Carmen, -IocelynRiley, Lorraine Lowden, Louise Lewis, john VVyeth, Roger Broadley, VVilliam vaggio. Orchestra Our orchestra has been led again this year by Mr. Fisher, who each year has worked to make it "bigger and betterf' This year the instruments included are violins, a bass viol, clarinets, an obe, a Hute, trumpets, a eornet and drums. Lorraine Lowden has replaced Louise Lewis this year as accompanist. livery Monday afternoon at 2 :SO 0110 may hear music issuing from the Assem- bly Hall, where the orchestra may be found practicing. Of course extra practices are necessary before special occasions, such as the junior High operetta "Patience" and our own operetta "A VValtz Dream." Besides the annual operettas, the orches' tra plays the weekly assembly music and plays at many other school functions. They are now rehearsing the Commencement music. Speaking of Commence- ment, we shall lose many talented members of the orchestra this June. However, we feel sure that in the fall the orchestra, with its new members, will live up to the high standards of former years. ii'-rw. ,N 5 It ff 2-vV" Lf.mE XX, .J NY ,-if elk K ,,.,. . 54 Bernd The llantl, uncler the clirection of Nr. Ntilliam liisher, was organized in 1939. lts lirst appearance on the football Heltl at a home game was warmly receivetl. The uniforms consistetl of white sweaters with navy "Ns, on the front, anal white slcirts antl trousers. Since then the uniforms have been completely changetl, thanks to the hartl work of mothers of the bancl members. lllue coats were obtainetl from various sources anfl miraculously changed into snappy jackets by the atlclition of xtllfl brairl to the sleeves antl of golrl buttons. The uniform was completecl by white anal goltl military caps. Miss jackie Ptiefer makes a charming clrum ma-iorette. wearing typical apparel. As interest in this new organization increasetl, more members were atltlecl. ln- strumental instruction classes were also increasecl, making it necessary to obtain more instruments. To clo this, banrl concerts antl a movie night were heltl, the re- sults of which were very successful. liesicles ln'ightening' up our football games, the bancl has played cluring' several assemblies. The members of the bancl have the arlvantage of musical instruction and musical appreciation periotls, as well as a lot of fun anml the feeling that they are members of a very successful organization. I'1'u11l: Mr. lfisher, jackie Pleiler. 'mul Ruftc: Donaltl 'l'nwnsentl, Donald Ltnnstlcn, llowartl Kingsley, Robert Miller, Ray Greene lohn Nelson Robert Macomber Robert Richards, hlnrley I'arker, Davitl Scott, Barbara Beals. l 5 i l morn! Rafts: Doris Packard, Barbara XVeIIs, Ruth Cornell, Betty Gartner, Fred Fisher, john NVyeth, Ralph Soderbcrg, Anthony VVallaee, Carlton floss, Dana blost, Norman Litchfielcl. I'frirtf Rnfw: C'onstance Gearsvar, Jocelyn Riley, lit-ttc VVilliams, VVilliam lWcGray, Alan Mclntosh, Richard Corliss, Calvin Paige, Ifllx.. Y I , . ' .'. ' ' 7 . xattl lollaitl, Louise Lexus, Ruth Sherwood, Lots May VS aters. unrlll Rnfu': Lawrence Osborne, Robert Yonltlen, Flora Miano, Craig Mootlie, Clertrtttle llaszartl, -lenny Narclone, lidwin Ryan, liileen Cahill, Nick Dilfoggio, lfrank Kramer. , 5 as N' Fl? if? K .Q ,, SF as fm gg, ik fl? if is ii J' f 52? EQ? Q7 IM W X? 67 fb QZYQDOQQDQS3 ik Z? ii m I .im -41 x Q 5 f'f' V xr ..,,,2. r f 58 Operatic Qu Saturday evemng, NX ureh XS, xhe V,xxremeXy hemdrird eosmmes hroughx members oi the Boys' and Gris' Vdee Qhrhs iorrh murmurs oi approxwd irom Khe auch- oi the Semor Hrgh Sehord presented the ence. 'Yhe exeeherxr rmxed chorus w as xv eh operemx, " 1X NNEM1, Dream," hy Oscar supported by the sehooX orchestra wkrh Qegm Skrzmss. The rhree Xezxdhxg rrdes were phryed 'MUS amurzx as the ohXe zreeoomzxmst, zrsslsked hy Edward Vohurd, Szmer Nhdde, :md hy X,orr1mreX,owdeo. Mr. Ben Vohdaomxfskk, Lomse Lexvks. MX three sang very w eh zmd vkohmsr, aeeomonmed xhe sohu shrgers. Vdves had good mage or eaeoee. The remzmxhrg Semorueer' 5 dzmchxg, xr as u much appreeh Cask and chorus were umrsrrahy hoe hr xhekr med iegrrxre, VM? ' . . . The proceeds wkh he used ior rhe purchase he srorxf concerns zm xmzrgrozrrv kmqdom . . A I Q . I Q . . ' . . .. . ' ' or new mbxrumeme rox Xhe aehord hzmd, amd ds hmmeud ddhexxhxes. hr order to oh- mm ax ,iordgo Xozm, ax mzrrrhxge Ks arranged 'ML Vksher deserrea zx great dead oi przrkse hexweeo the Vrhreess zmd xx heukehzmr oi the ior drreethxg such ax srdeodkd oeriormzmee. Roygd Army , hokh oi whom are m hwe wrrh Nhxeh Khzmhs Ks zdso due to Nha. Vrezde. dra- orher per-sons. M Ks ook nord rhe eod oi xhe mzme couch 1 Nhss Qurroh, dzmehrg coach ', ooeretm that the true Xoxfers are broughr xo' amd hh. Yohard, rhreexor oi the Boys' Chee ' ' ar humor' ehmax. H Chrh, gekher ro mmmmmmmm ,Me mm-W-W . w,,.,,m WJMW www WWW, ,,..,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.e - M,,,,,,,,,,,,, M,,,,,,..,.,.,, , 1 50 AIX S1-QNIOR l'1.,XY Cas! of ClIlI?'CIt'f1'I'X.' 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A1111'1ch 1 1X1r, 1'1CI'gllStJll, from policu 11L'Ilf1tlllZl'l'1C1'5 R213' t irt-c111- 1L'l1I'y1SlNU111Cl' NtJI'IllZlC11l11t1S x1I1l'y, :1 S1lll1L'll1 Klarjoric XY111-clt-1' 51111101115 1':1lll1L'L' llchhcrrl CUIISIZIHCL' 1iC?l1'WZll' 111111011 N1cNL'i111' 111-111 1.o11 1'hi11ips Senior Play 1111111211 21 1.ifc." Il co111cc1y i11 thrcc 21c1s prcsciitcfl i11 thc High School 2111c1itori11111 1frit121y. Ilccciiihcr 13, VYZLS a 1121rtic111ar1y apf 11ro111'i21tc sclcction 21s Z1 Sunior play, i11 th21t thc ch21r21cturs wt.-rc llUl'11'ZlyL't1 hy thc cast with 21 clcnr insight into thc ways of high school Sll1t1L'lllS 211111 1-ZlCLl1ly. '1'hc story, which w21s 11111 of 1j'111C2l1 Henry .Xlclrich 11111111113 w21s 1121111111111 IIK1' tl11l'2l1J1y hy tht- actors. Thu ch211'21ctcr por- 1l'ZlyZl1S of thc ohh-r 1CZ1C11Cl'S wcrc 111211121g1-11 with msc, 211111 not 21 fuw of l11C1ll 1'21isc11 il 12lllg1l from thu 211111ic11t'c. Thu 2111111011111 11'ltll'tlllg111y ciijoyu-11 this wu11-clircctccl 1J12l5' LllN1Cl' thc cfiicicut coachiiig of Mrs. Charles QX. l!c211c. who was 111'csc11t1-11 with Il 11o111111ct of l1owc1's 211 thu CL1l'12l1Il c2111. U n H ,, l Pledge Allegiance Calling Surgery l Assemblies Hy SQVICAI, fl,llARA tpardon us, Neallll My dears, drag up a chair . . . Mondays seem to be the favorite school days up at N. ll. S. Assembly, the first thing in the day, evidently makes the boys and girls feel that there is something to get up early for, after all . , . A uniform still excites the femmes in spite of its prevalence these days. Lieutenant johnson of the Army Air Corps proved that on lfebruary third . . . The Seniors and juniors are already well aware of the advantages of paying their A. A. dues and the Sophs should be by now, for without those weekly payments many of the programs which we have had would not have been available . . . Student body and facul- ty alike were pleased when llflischa Thulin returned to us last fall with his theremin. . . . . Considerable talent has been brought to light through the assemblies this year. . . . lt was a pleasant surprise for most of ns to see the Three Cheers, Nickie. llarold and Reo, perform. They certainly were en- tertaining, and the likenesses were extreme- ly good- you all know what for whomj we mean . . . llfluch as we hate to admit it, that l'.ti. play was a howl! It would be a hard task trying to choose the best laugh- provoker from the whole show . . . Sure was nice having Mr. Sisson up from the junior lligh School. No matter how many times he sings "Shortnin, Bread," it still will remain the favorite of most of us . . . The German lland has opened its folds this year, to admit a girl, Zlllll Barbara adds a charm- ing touch to its appearance. We enjoy hearing from them every so often. . . Many interesting and educational movies were presented, too. "VVheels Across South America," "New England Yesterday and Today," and "The Perfect Tributeu about Abraham Lincoln are just a few of them . . . The lioys' Quartet has enter- tained us on several occasions. That group contains line singersg but the girls have plenty of talent, too, being represented by I'hyl Plaisted, "Magee,' Gately and Shirley Newcomer . . . The Teachers' Trio does fine work in representing the faculty. Mr. Frost is alwaycrahit . . . Theappearanceof Fuzzy l"urniss's "C0lm11.lviaH.v" put many students running to buy tickets for the Soph Hop. lt sure is a nice orchestra . . . "I Never Took a Lesson ln My Life" should be llarbara Cohan's theme song. She doesn't need any, for her tapping is a delight . . . Seems as if students' driving should have improved after Mr. William Riordon's talk on public safety. lt certainly is a vital subject, one we could all use a few lessons i11 . . . The band taking the orchestra's place every once in awhile has been grand. . . . l.arry Arra and Spud Lumsden ought to get together and practiceg theirs is a nice combination . . . NXR.. MN : I 2 .F-. . ,f Hom Semor Sl DO-UCS n Saturday ewenkng, Qznnuxry Vlkh, Xhe members ni the Senhw Q,hxss1nnXCnen gnesxs ix SWWWW1 Sxfwk WHS ummm mm MY We w ere Uznxsnnfxed xo Xhe Snnxh Sen Xahnxds xwnhmnhed young neoyne who attended Xhe uk Xhe Semov YvmnenzuXe oi Lhe dues ni S. A. A. Dance gnfen Kn ihe gynx Yfnhxy eve- XQM- mng- Nm Cmbcf Zlmx' on me nom WAS mc 'Yo the nnlsunuhng musk ni Wh VnhzmX's nsnzn zwvzxy ni mevfy nmhevs ahamg then Rn- Uichcgxf-R' mc. young vwvxc gwuycfx 1m.'fCf Ukcmu MQW hom mm mm Ui me Wm My uw nmg an dznxexng henemh sow xwmczn hghxw ' f and nuhn Xrees. Xn the center nx the hum' UWM- M9539 inf We dimfmgw Www Rn' was ix hemnkixn mnk Wannngo whkch was ehxded sex'ef1xXmwehy xhnxces, was invmshed gnfen as a door nvkve Cmyymg Qgy qw Qi' by Sggk Xluggdh Thg gXgQq3fgLKqyng ihf 1hX-5. QCCK, Xhe SKYCZMUCYS OYQYMCZXG XWXQXXKXCKX IXTHS4 zxfiqnf, wnnev snows hemgg xhe gxghu Mgmt, nenhy wnh xhe tmnXcaX hnds and hzxnnng, w ere nnnsnzn. V,x'ex'ynne, had zx good xhne, Mamma wtmcxx WCW Vmmm Km mwah 5 and the event w as A Xnezxsmg ence esS lmixtmx my mum.. . ' Xhe chmnx ot xhe evenmgg was fezxehed nhwkng xhe gvznxd march when each ni the "' V---f - - gh'Xs presented her eseawx wnh u Uzxwzn'uxn E hwhv "m" X ek. The nnmsx ehxhnfzxke Semm' Vmm m " 'n" - years dosed wnh the Sennws snxgkng "1XuhX Lang Synen wnh nnngkd hzxnnmess and vegfex. Sophomore Hop Xumor Hom JN Cxvcus was the XmcXaggwumX im' Wu Many cuXnx'uX mkmhoys, Xsaxwamxs. :md Xuukm' Vvmu MQW on Vdwxxzxvy HM. 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Vmexk pundx was xico 1xmXhcXp Ku umkkug xhc Azmcc ax success. cusoycd My MX, :mo vcircshmcms xwcvc uk- mxcxkvch' SCTYCKX by me xwzhxcvs. f ' V . .,.,-, ,Z fm YN ,LVA P 63 Q, Boys' Gym Meet Tht- gymnasium was crtnwtlt-tl with parents :mtl ft-miiiiiic stutlt-nts on lX-'larch Z8 wht-11 thc Boys' Gym lllcct took plat-t-. Mr. Claxttm matiagctl an unusually fmc gym mcct this ycar, thc gym tcam making an atlmirulmlc showing. Gymnastic tlrills wcrc tlcmtm- stratt-tl, :mtl Illillly ztthlt-tic stunts pcrfrmrmctl 011 thc various pit-ct-s of ztppztrztttis tlrcw zipplztusc from tht- atltlicncc. St-vt-rztl nfmyclty rclays zttltlctl El grcat clt-al to tht- cumpt-tilitm and t-ujoymcnt of thc cvt-ning, Music for thc clanccs such as tht- Cicilian Circlt- was playt-tl by thc popular llcrmrm Rand, as tht- fztirt-r mcmht-rs in attt-litlzmcc saw tht-msclyt-s ptwtraycrl hy boys iii costumt-. During' thc cyt-ning, tht- huys' quartct sang in tht-ir inimitztlilt- mzumt-r, :mtl Z1 group of huys tlrt-sst-cl as clowns gavc scycral skits. .Ns tht- szttisliccl auclit-iicc lt-ft thc gym, they all st-t-mctl to :tgrt-c that Nt-t-tlhztm's Gym 'l't-nm, which won SL't'01ltl plztct- in tht- strttc com- lmt-titirm, ct-rlztinly tlt-st-1'x't-tl tht- lirmur. Stl Girls' Gym Meet lht- tiirls' tiyiit NIL-ct was zt hugc sun-CL-ss this yL'1lt'. .Xs mos ul vnu lmtiw, tht- Sk'lllHl'S t'-llj wmi tht- mu-ct fm' the scccmtl yL'21l sm-t't-ssimi. That is quilt- :1 in-:tt in itst-lf. Miss Li21l'l'Ull was pvc itt-tl with sums- lHYL'lylHHlliL'IltlSZlll1l Il silvci' pin. VXI- all wish tu txprt-ss nur llk'1ll'll.L'll thzmks tu llk'l' fm' :ill thu wurlc :tml time slit 4 txt- ttf msilw tht- mt-ct such at HXX'l1UtJll1I1QH succt-ss. 'lihc girls xxx-rc inmm- urtlcrly "ht-liillrl tht- scum-s" wt' thc gym mt-vt this yt-zu' than in pu-uct-tliiigg ycztrs, XX hut thc 111151111 wus, wt tltlllll lmuw. 'lilit-5' zum- tu lit-wugi-:tttiI:i1t-tl! Xlhztt smlggsttvsillgztitml how ltlSiIlgll1L'lN wastlcnimistmtt-tlhx quilt- zu l:t1'g't-gtmiipfil' St-him'g-ii'ls'tlu1'iitgtlit-gymmcg-t,tl1cpiwmpt-1 lPIlM'L'tlllI'L' ln-ing tw st-:tt ymirsclt in 21 cmwtl mi thc tlcmi' zmtl tht-it sl Hgiw mit". 'lihu rt-sults wt-rc ztinztzing. lt 11-ally wztsift hzul w llt'll t'X'k'l'yUlIk'1lQ.1lX'L'flUH tht- sztmc sung. fag 2 UKWICK KL1x" 66 KM Q KU, Q 655 FOOTBALL SQUAD I"ir.vl Rn-'w Cleft to rightl: ll. Heath, I.. Arra teaptainj, li. Goodwin, D. Thompson, Maloney, C. Stevens, M. Savignano, R. Burns, A. Godfrey, R. Kramer, VV. llarris. Sr:-om! Rmw: Coach Claxton, E. Pollard, R. lleath, ll. Dyer, G. Meiieever, E. Maley, R. Mills, P. Riehwagon, G. Gardner, Barr, D. McNally, Coach Small. Third Rafw: K. Martin, U. Neale, F. Salamone, U. Mastropieri, ll. lirnndrett, R. Dandrow, j. Davidian, VV. Goddard. Top Rofwf R. Downing, K. Douglas, K. Minkle, I.. Buckley, assistant manager, F. VVeleh, Sen- ior manager, li. MacKenzie, assistant mana- ger, R. Maelntosh, assistant manager, Z. Yaniak, CI. Gilroy. SCC JRICS Needham l-1 Medway 13 Needham 0 Abington 7 Net-dh Norwood 17 Net-dh l Dedham Z7 Net-dh l-l llraintree 25 Needh Milton 12 Neerlli U Natick 6 Needh VValpole 13 Needh ll? lfranlilin 0 Net-dh XYellesley 0 Football This year's gridiron squad played sex'- eral thrilling games for a grand iinish, after acquiring the necessary experience. lts record was four victories and one tie in ten games. After a good start, the boys hit a streak of had luck by losing four straight games. Among these losses were the games played with the unusually strong teams from Norwood and Dedham. At the halfway point in the season the Blue and VVhite started clicking and lost only one of the last tive games. Although they did lose to Natick, anyone who wil- nessed the contest will agree that Need- ham did most of the "pushing around." The most thrilling and lmest game of the season was the last. Needham crowned its tinal winning splurge by defeating its traditional rival, XN'ellesley, 6-0. BASKETBALL SQUAD Fronl Rolw tlc-ft to rightj: E. 0'Neil, J. P. Mn- S1'mmiRofw.' C'n:nc'h fllllXfUll, R. lVlcNcilly, 111111111- lousy, I.. Osborne C00-czlptzlillj, R. Kramer ger, G. Doull, D. Johnston, VV. VVhitl1ey, VV. C00-L':1ptni11J, J. Vliflfflflillll C60-Czlptninj, S. Furniss, N. Simon, J. Pigagn, R. Pnrlin,m:1na- Shcphcrcl. pger, D. '1'0NVl1St'Ild, assistant lTlIlll1lgE'l'. Nut-fll1:1111 Nu.-cll1z1111 Nceclham Ncucllmm Nccclham Nt-cclltzuu Nucclltam Nccclltam Nccclltam NCCtll12IlH Nccfllmm Ncccll1:u11 NCk'tll1Zll1l Xcctlltam Nccmllmm Nuutll1z1111 Nut-cll1z1111 Xt-ctlhzmt Tnfw Rofw: J. Barr, J. D. Mzllfmey, R. liilllwy, Ii. Mrllev, R. l'lf, A. Skinner, R. I'mvc1's, J. .lxllilljilyflj ll. VV:1rcl. SU JRICS Milton Aczulmlty llfllpol c ll1'f1ulili11c l'lf 1lltStrm l31':1i11t1'cc l ,L'lll1ZllH Xl'cstu11 Natick C0110 ml Stougl1tm1 Dctllmm Cr111cm'cl Wlllpolc Natick XVCSUJII Wfcllcslcy Stljllgllltlll W' cl l c sl cy Basketball l.li'l"l'IilQ M ICN lxz' 7111111 Rulncrt KI'8l1lL'l' JCU-Cillllitllljl James l'. lllztluncy liulbcrt NlcNcilly tlllgtij lCclxx'arcl O'Ncll l.aw1'Q11cc fJSlNJ1'llC t'cuAcz1ptai11J Ricl1a1'rl l'a1'li11 flX'lgr,J Scott Sl1CIJllCl'tl Joseph rlillllliilllll t'cufcz1pt:1i11J 2111i Tvam " Gcorgc lboull Just-plt l'lg:1gz1 lfVilliam l:LII'lllSS No1'111a11 Simon lloualcl .JUl1l1Sl0I1 llfmalcl 'lxOXYIlSUl1Cl tlXlg1'.l liclwarcl Klalcy XN'illia111 Vlflhtllcy lYlUIIt'7'lII.Y Jamt-s 1Xllm'mlycc Jz1111f.-s ID. Klztlrmcy Jfnlm llzlrl' liulmt-rt l'mx'c1'S liulmcrt llllllltil' .Xlfrccl Slillllltl I H t-1115' XX"z11'ml 0 .ij '70 Basketball With an almost entirely inexperienced team, Coach Claxton led his hoopsters through an eighteen game schedule with creditable results. After losing to Milton Academy, the boys went through the sea- son with a near 5076 record. Although they won eight and lost ten of their basket- ball games, this record is really a poor representation of the true statistics. If total points were added, one would see that the sums are nearly equal. Four of the defeats were to much higher classed team 5 two were to the Stoughton "giants," who later won the Class A South Shore Tourneyg one to Braintree, Class B Tech Tourney Championsg and one to Brook- line, who competed in the Class A Tech Tourney. Gften, during the season, the Blue and NVhite showed tlashes of su- perior playing. Spectators saw these in the home games with Dedham, Concord and Natick. Among the eight victories. the basketball squad took great pleasure in defeating Wellesley twice. This kept up this year's record of Needham for having beaten its traditional rival in all sports. "Irish" O'Neil was the team's high scorer with 128 points. To counterbalance the inexperienced team of this year, next year's team will be very much experienced, because only three of the large squad are graduating. These three Seniors are the tri-captains, Kramer, Osborne, and Tomaino. XVith this happy onlook to next year, we hope to see the team enter the Tech Tourney. "All for one, and one for all" tLeft to rightj: Shepherd O'Neil Maloney Co-Capt. Kramer Co-Capt. Tomnino Co-Capt. Osborne HOCKEY SQUAD Frou! Rofw Cleft to rightj : R. Rae, K. Martin. Second Rofw: H. Heath, A. Mikkelson, VV. Bur- rows, D. Lumsden Ceo-eaptainj, L. Arra Ceo- eaptainj, W. Robinson, D. Palmstrom, L. Romaskiezwiez. Third Rofws Mr. Frost, G. Horsford, D. Thomp- son, G. Gardner, R. Cook, O'C0nnor, Coach Pelletier. Top Rofw: M. Negosian, R. Downing, R. Mae- Millan, P. Ohanian, K. Goddard, L. Buckley, manager. SCORES Hockey LICTTERMICN Ist Team Lawrence Arra Qeo-eaptainj Willialil llurrows Donald Lumsden Qeo-eaptainj Andrew Miklcelson David ll21lI'I15ll'U1U Robert Rae Needham O XValtham l 1 , , , Needham 3 Framingham 2 Wlllfam lxoblnfml I Needham 3 B. C. High 2 Louls R0lU2i5lilCZW'lCZ Needham 3 Quincy 0 gud TL-am Needham 5 Wellesley 3 l.eo Buckley QMgr.j George Horsford Needham 1 lvalclllowu 1 Robert Cook Roy Mnelllillzm Nccdham 4 Walllolc 2 Gerald fiurdner llavid Thompson Needham 3 Walpole 2 Y Needham 4 Framingliain 2 lXflllllt'l'fIl.Y Needham l XN'z1te1'toxx'11 2 Kenneth Douglas Malcolm Negoshian Needham 6 West Springlield 0 liennelh lxlllfllll john Cyffjllllfll' Needham 0 Melrose 4 1'hilipOhzu1izm 72 Hockey lfor the second successive year, the Needham lligh hockey team won the Harry Lawson Trophy as the winner of the Bay State League. Of the six boys who helped Coach Pelletier win the cup last year, only two 1' Arra and Lumsdenj were on the varsity this year. liobby Rae, our daring goal-tender, was the hero of several of the games. "NVickie" Robinson and Andy Mikkelson were NCCLll1H111iS ace defensemen. VN'ee llilly Burrows een- tered the hrst line of Arra and Lumsden 5 and last year's manager, David Palm- strom, Louis Romaskiezwicz, and How- ard lleath composed the second line. After losing 1 to 0 to VValtham in the opening game, the defending champs roared through Framingham, Wellesley, ll. C. High, Quincy, tied with VVatertown, beat Walpole twice, and Framingham a second time before losing to pesky XVate1'- town in the hnal game of the year. The two scoring stars and co-captains, Larry Arra and llonald Lumsden, and also llobby Rae, Robinson, and Mikkelson were placed on the Bay State League All- Star first team, while Billy llurrows was on the second team. The llay State Leaguers lost to the liastern Mass. League team 0 to -l, but beat the Springlield All- Stars 10-1. As champions of the Bay State League, Needham was invited to participate in the New England Inter-Scholastic Hockey Tournament, held at 1'rovidencc, along with seven other championship teams. Needham defeated Springiield High 6 to 0, in the lirst round, but lost to the later crowned New Iingland champs, Melrose, 4 to 0 in the semi-finals. With many promising Sophomores and juniors coming back next year, Coach Pelletier, who has won two championships in his two years as hockey coach, expects to bring the trophy to Needham perma- nently. The Needham High School Champions are awarded the Lawson trophy. WRESTLING SQUAD Front Rofw Cleft to rightl 1 J. Henderson, R. Zat- tini, R. Goodwin, O. Nardone Ceo-captainl, F. Kramer Ceo-Captainl, P. Bleakney, bl. San- born, G. Mcileever. Srfrnzd Rofw: Coach DeFazio, J. Santos, D. Church, G. Nielson, D. McNally, E. Goodwin, D. Aquilino, R. Salvaggio, A. Salamone, F. lylastropieri, mgr. Top Rofw: R. Rossi, F. Hersey, Cl. Mastropieri, R. Yonlden, G. Anderson, R. Riehal, J. Davi- dian, A. VVhitney. LliTfl'IilQ1XflIiN 7.s'f Team llaniel Acquilino Carmen lX'lastropieri Charles Bellomo Francis Mastropieri QlXlgr.j Paul llleakney George Mctieever Ronald Goodwin Oreste Nardone QCo-Captj 'lames llenderson George Nielson Francis Hersey james Sanborn lfranlq Kramer QCofCapt.j Raymond Zaftlni 21111 Team Donald McNally Richard Salyaggio Richard Rossi ,lohn Santos Robert Youlden Wrestling The Needham High School wrestling squad had a very successful season this year, winning the championship of the OldColonyLeague. Theywereundefeated in six matches. Our grapplers showed their superiority in winning most of their matches hy wide margins. There were many veterans returning this year, and live of them were undefeated throughout the regular season. Needham placed second, one point behind Nlfeyinouth, in the State Interscholastic Meet at Tufts. Three of our boys came through as state champions. They are ,lames Sanborn, in the 100 lh. classg l'aul llleakney, in the 110 lb. class, and .lfrank Kramer, in the 128 lla. class. Danny Acquilino, Oreste Nardone, and james Henderson won sec- ond-place awards, while Charles Bellomo and Francis llersey won Class ll cham- pionships. Our boys deserve a great deal of credit for their work this year, and we are looking' forward to another successful season next year. Spring Sports UI' the Neeclhani lligh baseball team, whieh won 15 games and lost only three ganies last year, tive letterinen returnecl for this year's team, ancl the outlook fora goocl season is very bright. lloliliy Downs ing ancl l.arry Oslmorne, lmoth letterinen, split the outtielfl tluties with juniors liclclie CJ'Neil, Doug Page, ancl .linnny Maloney. l.arry .-Xrra, Scott Shepherd, XX'alter liaslqiewiez, ancl Charlie Newton eoniprise the inlielfl. Arra anfl Shephernl are letter- inen. liill Ilurrows. a varsity intielcler last year, is mloing the eatehing, while Frannie llersey, llill VVhitney. anml Sophomore tieralml tiarclner are cloing the tiinging. Only three players on the varsity, Uslmorne, .'Xl'I'2l,?1lNl llurrows, are Seniors. As we go to press, the teani has lmeaten Lexington twice anil lost a heart-lirealcer to Declhani. BASEBALL TEAM Frou! Rnfw Cleft to rightl: K. Anderson, Z. Yaniak, VV. Furniss, D. Palmstrom, J. Davi- dian, S. Heard. SITOIIJ Rofw: R. Downing, -I. Maloney VV. Bur- rows, L. Arra, I.. Osborne, VV. Vdhitney, S. Shepherd, F. Hersey, E. O'Neil, C. Newton. lhirk Rnfw: R. I.anagan, VV. Baskiewicz, G. Gardner, A. Godfrey, R. Greene, Il. Brun- drett, N. Simons, D. Page, Mr. Small, eoaeh, j. VVyeth, A. Salamone, C. Dennis, mgr. The outlook towarcl the other spring sports is equally bright. The golf teani, with -lohnston, SlUl'lL'YZllll,21lltl Kosinenlao as veterans, are out to win their fourth straight championship. The tennis teani, whieh also has several veterans back, shows promise of another goocl season. The track team, although it has only one letternian from last year, has eagerly set out to beat its reeorcl of the past two seasons. TRACK TEAM Front Rofw llcft to rightj: D. Littlvlmlc, bl Tomaino, R. Youlden, P. Rll'l1YS'1lgI7Il, D Aquilino, R. Zzlllini, R. Powcrs. Bark Rnfw: R. Rope-r, mgr., R. Dinnccn, j. Burr A. Skinner, N. Roberts, G. Stott, R. Silva, R Richards, Mr. Nelson, vouch. GOLF TEAM Front Rofw llc-ft to rightj: R. Sturtcvzlnt, ll Johnston, M. Kosmenko. Bark Rufus: R. Rav, nl. Cutler, M. Negoshizln, NTI' Pelletier, coach. TENNIS TEAM Fflllll Rofw Cleft to rightj: li. Pollard, Nlr. Pol- lard, coach, D. Rugen, T. Sweeney. Bark Rofw: VV. Stevenson, J. Nelson, D. Allan. IRLS' SPORT ,. , , Q wwXK Kiwi!! X.,..,1" 77 Yu Gkttoy, N. Xves, Yr. X HOCKEY SQUAD First Rofru: Pt. Wadsxvorth, XX. Green, Pt. Metiean, L, Yroyer, M. Vqheder, Y. Zkkorns, Cant., . Nvorth, U. McPAeney, G. Haszard. Second Rorw: V. Troy, U. deVarennes, N. Chnds, G. Sensenkns, N. Kknne, M. Lnty, M. VVeXeh, B. Franke, B. Co e, M. Rnane, G. Nardone. Third Rocui: V. Church, NL Haney, E. Watt, L Yarker, L. Heuer, V. VVhetton, V. Xnnes, Ywnteher, M. MeLang,hhn, S. 'S-Kms, E. Bknney. Fourth Rofw: Miss Kenney, S. Vower, M. Hasentns, B. Tennant, Y.. Perry, T. Parker, L. Ferrara, M. VN7aXsh, Y. YNtnter, S. Btggart, Mtss Carroh. Hockey Awards Yteto Hockey Ytrst teaxnletters and The Sonhontores just ean't seetn to Xeave the Sentofs Certtheatesl eqtnoxnent ahmne. Pttter a certatn arnonnt ot sqnabbhng, X, Bkggaft twgrj etc., the gtrts were on then way tor some good tast Ymycy hoehey-oXaynng. V., QUXC Sentors, Sntnors and Sophornores ahke shone on the H. Green hoekey heto throughout the season, Thks was proved Y., Gktiqw when the season was dosed hy wxtmxng three games. G. Hasiard Xoskng three. and tykng two. 'KGert" Haszard and " Qenntev Wes Naroone possessed the art oi rnaktng many ot the goats U. Mezxdeney that made the tearn xnetorkons. That hard-httttng gtrt G. 'McCarthy wtth ah the rnosdes, Dot Mckteney, was toond tn the EX. Nldflean baekhetd wkth Cantanx Vrttz Ztkorns, Pmtanehe Wfmrth, G. Nardone "Vete,' Nckiean, Lotnse Boyer and oeeaskonahy Betty 5. Yower tMgr.j Gntoy. Pretty rnayeo eentersiorwaro tnost ot the season, N. Rnane hot her thorough hnowtedge oi hockey made kt oosstbte NV . Troy tor her to 'Lswatf' postttons. "'MargKe" Nxfheeter took won- fN.Wadsworth deritn eare oi the goat wkth Artene NNVadsworth, Hazet NX. Vtfheeter Green, and Nancy tres asskstkng her. Much eredtt goes to Managers Shtrtey Vower and Sane Vnggart, who kept G the etnnoxnent Rn good workkng, order. on-.Nt if., , wx K ,...a ,'-f Y 3 1 RH Nworth ' tC,aot.N V.. 'fakorns 75" B ASKFIYB P-LL 50,0 P-D Front Roms: B. Core, V. Troy, G. Xhrsaard, G. Nardrme, M. NVheeXer, D. MePsXerrey kvarskry carsrakny , B. 'Yemram, Y. Zrhorrrs, Pr. NNadsworrh, V. St. Char. Sunni Roru-2: M. Ruarre N. Kknrre V. Nvhemarr P. Praksred M. Drm hr S. Brown B. Crhim' D. NVXXXKS M. WeXeh. L v r r V , 1 . v u G. Sensemrrs, M. Lrrty. , Y Third Rorw: S. Regan kmarragerj , Mkss Carrnh, B. Rhey, S. Butcher, D. Haw, S. Xkrkdgmarr, F.. Brown, Y. Sparrow, X. Yarher, X.. Boyer, U. Smweh, Ps. Shrhw, Haher, Y. Stanwuod, S. Rrrsseh, Pr. Mciiearr krrrarragerj, Fourth Rofw: T. Varher, Pr. Verry, M. Bahey, D. Packard, L. Ferrara, V . VVkXkXnsorr, B. Vvehs, Yr. Stark, D. McEvoy, Y.. Srrrkth, Y. hmks, B. Ruane M. Wahh, R. Butcher. Bosrcerooh. Awards Boskerocih. X-XrErhrezyrrrX,,eifCV5 and 'Yhrs seasorrs basherbah was brrrmmug mer U xg"iff5'. wrrh eyaerremerrr ior rhe grrX bashetbah mayers. X, The Semor team. capramed by Marge NVheeXer, .. . was rmdeieared umh Kr met a strong Wahham V., Crmny G ' Hawlmd ream mr NNahham's khror. 'rhrs game proved to D N, x My i V he mosr oursrarrrhrrg, as the score was very dose ' " K . GRE rhrousghom the game and ended X7-24. The inr- Pg' J wards, Vrrserha Sr. QXaKr, Um NcAXerrey, iXrXerre ' ff' . .' 5 ' Wadsrwnrrh and Vrerr' Ghiuy, whose rmck e e V Hr Marr v ' . - X Y Xi 'Ta Y and Strong arms made many a yrrrmmg hasker, ' Ny? A y y teamed perieedy xyrrh guards Vrrrv, Yhkurrrs, W Marge XNheeXer and Herr k'Xzrs'1,2rr'd. D. NNVKXXXS The jmrmrs and Surmhnrrmres ako had a very lakorrrs srrecessim season, :md next year wrh had them 5X NR51 U A eyerx more Skkhed as they have mherrred many Vr, lnhoy' or the Semurs' irrcks. Geueyreve Narrhme, Sumor M. Haszard capram, jumped up and rhwyrr hke a Urmrrpm' U, Mc Neuey jack" and say ed many orrpmxems' haha irom armc- Pq. heekezm mg, rready mm the harsher. Way-5 ni ah hmds have I - my been used Snr dei ear. NX. NN duh N . NN'heeXer Y. Yhkrrrrrs .W 'ti . ,fa f' ., Y 'X 1' '..N A f ,.. M W DE - f lf .,, rf 79 NK5 td B. Ghtoy. GXRLS' TEN Front Roma Oett to rkghtj 1 G. Hnszard, N. Wes, L. Boyer, Y. St. Ctakr, Vu. Vforth, A. Mctiean, at B0.L'kVR0rI5JI Miss Carroh, coach, V. Church, G. Nardone, F. Zkhorus, L. Humphrey, H. Green, L. Lewis, and . TOY. 'Yenrns Other Spnng Sports So many gtrts answered the eah tor eandtdates 'Yhe sprkng sports have started wrth a bang. tor the gkrts' tenms squad, that Nkss Carroh and The sottbah teams, oi whkeh Marge Wheeter, Captatn Vrisetha St. Ctakr had a yery dktheutt Dorothea Meroteney, Gertrude Haszard and Nitr- yob when Xt earne to rnahmg one or two addktkons guna Troy are eaptakns, are busy ptaymg each to Xast y ear's squad. Ptaykng skngtes, we hnd Capt. other. The weather has been just rkght. tor there Vrksekha Qt. Ctatr, Vdanehe Worth, Loukse Boyer, has-n't been one rarny Wednesday as yet to keep and Naney Xyes, The teature doubtes pans are the sottbah enthusrasts away trom thetr pet Betty GdtoyfPrhee Metlean, Frances lrkorusf umusete bunderf' Qertrude Haszard. The team has been fortunate The mmfyschnxwuc Hack mud ,S axways greet' rn hayrng good weather on days that matches were CA Wm, mud, VCV ru ian, Kms ,S what me waved' , . - . . , Usprkng sportersu took torward to. 'Nhss Carroh :XS Wuax' Nxsibafnm Ofgamwd 3. bcgmugfg Ks abty asststed by the guts Rn Leaders' Chrb tn etass rn tennrs. these grrts reeewed xnstruetxons keeping me Hack ,yds om hm Swmgbw rn the gym, and Xater had an opportunrty to pXay p on the courts. Prn mterrnedrate group was atso For guts who are Knterested tn Xess aettye orgarnzed. Thks, or eourse, was ahttte more ads sports. there are a number ot games tn whkeh yaneed. Ah tn ah. the g,KrXs have enjoyed a very, many take part. Some are as iohowsz Shurhe very sueeesstut tenrns season, Keep Xt up. under' board, ptngfpong, aerkat darts, badmknton, horse- dassment shoes, deck tennts, and yohey bah. fry? k 'N X 1 ,..... x t I , 30 an fl ill!!! u W WWW MH!! dill! 'MII um' W", I' 11" 'W' UI ll ll ,I 1" 6105 ,I Hill, K , l 'Il' I!! . HI ,1 """'Wll'lfI0llIblfl"'I, 1 ll' -1' 'Ill llllllll WWWWMMIMWI' ,l'u"' luflululflullIIIIIIIUIII I ll llll I llllll IIIIWQMW' Jul! I 'l'aIvhvW:o:v04,v4v,n::""u IU f 1' M W", , FII' Z llllfllll Ilvvvfllhmmhqh, I II I' Nl" Through the Fortunate, indeed, is the Advocate Staff to have been granted an interview with so im- portant a personality as Mrs. Caroline Gay Mills, the first graduate of The Needham Senior High School. The staff wishes to ex- tend to Mrs. Mills its sincerest thanks for her kind interest and helpful information for our special Anniversary section. How should you like to be the only mem- ber of the graduating class of Needham High School? Mrs. Caroline Gay Mills, who now lives at 171 Warren Street, was in just this position, but that was seventy-three years ago. She was the only member of the Class of 1868, and the first person ever to graduate from Needham High School. Before the first high school was started, Mrs. Mills attended Oakland Institute, which was a fashionable school for young ladies at the time. The first Needham High School classes were held in the Centre school-house, then situated on the corner of Nehoiden Street and Central Avenue. In 1866 this school was moved to Village Hall, later known as Parker Hall. Mrs. Mills spent the last of her high school days back in the Oak- land Institute, which had been turned into the Needham High School. During her school days, Mrs. Mills lived on a farm near the present location of the golf-links. She walked three miles every day to attend school. Occasionally, she and her sister rode their father's horses to school and left them during school hours in a near- by barn. Astronomy, moral philosophy, Zoology, botany, and rhetoric were required subjects at that time, but Mrs. Mills also studied French, Algebra, and Geometry. For a time, only boys were permitted to study Latin. The girls, however, feeling slighted in, this matter, protested to the school com- mittee, who, after much deliberation, finally consented to allow the girls as well as the boys to take the subject. Dances and parties were often held by students in a schoolroom in the evenings. Another popular activity was the "Band of Hope", a club which met once a week. The 82 Years purpose of this club was to discourage the use of nicotine and alcohol by students. When Mrs. Mills graduated, she did not receive a diploma of any kind, as they were not given to members of the graduating class at that time. NVith this review of an N. H. S. of the past we can, perhaps, smile over the differ- ences between then and now. There is, how- ever, a more serious side to the memories of those early days of the school. As in every- thing else, there had to be a beginning, and it was from that first, small, but enthusiastic and ambitious group of young people that there has developed an organization which today graduates annually several hundred students, and which ranks among the best high schools in the country. ff it at The Kimball School, which was located on the land which is now the site of our town Fire and Police Stations, was the home of the first Advocate, published in 1891. just for fun, let's glance through that first issue. How different it is from the issues published this year! There are only sixteen pages in the original copy. The small staff of fifteen included in the contents transla- tions of Latin, German, French, and Greek, whereas, there are no translations in our book, and Greek is not even taught in N. H. S. any more. Under "Literary," an article on the history of N. H. S. states that one of the earliest teachers of the then one- room school was a twenty-year-old Harvard student. CThose were the days, eh, girls?j The Advocate of 1891 was printed by George W. Southworth of the Needham Chronicle and sold for six cents. On re-reading that first issue and those fol- lowing it, our present Advocate Staff found that the style and content of the magazine changed considerably throughout the years. Some of the most amusing and interesting material included in those early works has been selected and printed in this anniversary issue for the purpose of recalling school days of the past to our readers of the Advocate of 1941. X Excerpts 1891 The gong which our principal procured with the assistance of scholars and commit- tee, has been a great improvement, even if it does occasionally startle the horses waiting for the children. Pk :sf X Gur school has fifty-five scholars, a larger number than at the close of any year, and an excellent teacher. It has a good school- room and is better supplied with books and apparatus than ever before. ff ff wk For the future of the school: May its members each year increase in number and in earnest devotion to its duties. 1892 Wanted: A part of the Kimball School cellar to be partitioned off for a gymnasium. at bk it The scholars no longer need go to the town pump for water as they can drink pure sky juice in the hallways of the school. wo: Pk at About twenty-five scholars are intending to try the entrance examination for high school this year. 4- bk Pk There are in the Kimball School about two hundred and twenty-five scholars. Quite a family under one roof! 1893 Wanted: An electric railroad from High- lands to Needham for the convenience of scholars coming from Highlandville and the Falls. if :r xc Darkibus nightibus, No lightorum, Climibus gatepost Breechibus torum. 1894 Coming to school on bicycles is a popular sport, but don't put your wheel on the grass, girls. Pk 34 Ili The Duke and the Duchess of Wellington are at present residing in Needham. Their chief pastime is canoeing on the Charles. Those desiring to see these illustrious per- sonages may do so by visiting the river al- most any pleasant afternoon. 1897 The school now numbers ninety-five, the largest it has ever been. There are eight seniors, sixteen juniors, seventeen sopho- mores, and fifty-five freshmen. The fresh- men class has been divided on account of its size. m ak Dk A kindergarten teacher might be of use to the school. At latest accounts there were live freshmen who could not even read. 1898 What has become of the picture presented by the friends of the Quid Club? CCould that picture be the one hanging in Miss Harrington's room 313? It's entitled, "The Bridge and Castle of St. Angelo, with St. Peter's, Rome." EDJ wk Pk wk Improvements in Needham in the Last Few Years The town water supply, which was then merely a rumor, has now become a glorious reality. That the people of Needham are ambitious and up-to-date is shown by the speed and good-will with which they have received electricity. First they had the town streets lighted by this great power, next, they gave their hearty consent for the Newton and Boston Street Railway Company to extend their tracks to the very center of Needham. The Public Library has made remarkable headway in procuring new and interesting books. Indeed, it has outgrown its old rest- ing place and has taken up its headquarters in two of the lower rooms of the new High School. The last, but decidedly not the least im- provement, has been made in the Needham High School . . . The room, allowed in the old school house, has long been insutlicient to accommodate the ever increasing number of pupils. In the new building, everything is provided for our convenience and comfort, including a system of electric clocks con- tributed by Mr. Glover. 1936 A terrific pounding was heard from below Math IV. Miss Fessenden : Don't be alarmed, children. They're probably just making sand- wiches in the lunchroom. 83 THE CLASS OF 1941: PRO and CON NAME Adams, "Don" Allan, "Dave" Ames, Madeline Anson, Ruth Aquilino, "Danny" Arra, "Larry" Baker, Vernon Baker, Wallace Barlow, "Bud" Bennett, Jane Biggart, ,lane Biggart, Norman Bishop, Irene Bishop, "Gigi" Bowditch, Barbara Bower, "Andy" Bramble, "Betty" Breen, "Ginny" Bridges, Frank Brookes, Priscilla Brown, Jeanne Brundrett, Muriel Burrows, "Bill" Butler, Henry Cahill, Eileen Cameron, "Joe" Carman, "Dick" Chalue, "Bob" Charles, Eleanor Childs, Norma Church, "jinneeu Cirella, "Larry" Clarenbach, "Dorie" Cohan, Barbara Colby, Harold Cole, "Betty" Conley, Jean Cook, Rhoda Cornell, Ruth Coyle, Marian Dennis, "Charlie" deVarennes, Doris DiFoggio, "Nick" Digney, "Bill" Dodd, "Angie" Dunphy, Mary Ely, "Nan" Flanagan, "Bill" Fletcher, Emily Franke, Barbara Gaetz, Myrna Gartner, 'tBetty" Gately, "Magee" Gearwar, "Connie" Gilfoy, Betty Goodwin, "Evy" Goodwin, "Ronnie" Green, Hazel Greene, Ray Griffin, "Don" Hall, "Dot" Haszard, "Gertie" Heath, "Judge" Heberd, "Eunie" Henry, Joyce Hewett, "Flossie" Holland, "Pete" Hulse, Gordon NOTED FOR fooling with Flynn sweeping Hoors her hair quietness brilliancy politeness class presidency "Uorie" speed good nature neatness red-hair records her sister roller-skating bad pictures good disposition smile bashfulness good fun cheerfulness nnBCttyv1 twinkling eyes height "come-hither" look his hair drumming "those" notes certainly not noise her pert walk blonde hair tardiness her "line" loudness drawing shyness noise ?? her height clothes dimples too much studying those eyes personality plus slyness coiffures cheery greetings "Tizzic" lrish eyes "horrid" jokes her brother shyness "her" glamour gabbing her .vmall car soberness that beautiful car wrestling Ben's letters smooth cars sense of humor speed popularity hockey sniffling neatness Library Club tiirting Math IV FAILING "Squeak" tennis "Doc" 81 George studying wrestling sports "Lonnie" Never! Lllacvicll "Doug" West Point Mr. Benton Mr. Small swing talking photography Law softball blushing hero-worship two men studies wrong-way speed "Spud" Cat presentj Rome out-of-towners himself has she any? "Eddie" Maine ping-pong Morton or W. B. ..ASa,. not women ! ! sophomores red-heads fiddles all teachers long hair our vice-pres. "that" man "hot" music noise gift of gab her blush "Don" brunettes, now talking Chem IIOHC bracelets "those" men Watts sports Beacon Hill wrestling Seton Hall Prep "Brownie" juniors friendships treasurers "Reefer" her driving hair styles i.-Inca every girl airplanes OUTCOME jockey peanut vendor Grant's quaker maid B.U. professor stage comedian ace of aces a shepherd stand-in ballet dancer air hostess sarong modeler glass blower a lawyer cooking teacher stilt walker professional escort housewife society deb cheerleader farmerette model waitress piano tuner comic-strip writer "Follies" girl hen-peeked husband drummer boy Superman, Junior snake charmer undertaker's asst. career gal lion tamer dress designer circus barkcr chorus girls' mgr. toe dancer hog-caller a butler's wife bareback rider hair dresser President of US. "kewpie doll" nightclub bouncer gigolo glamour girl burlesque performer candy girl movie actor demonstrator magazine editor mermaid Hoor scrubber "Date Bureau" Pres. salesgirl gay divorcee tailor racketeer swimming coach bootblack Mr. Esquire hockey mascot tennis champ. warden ex-wife racetrack announcer librarian Hag-pole sitter scientist NAME Humphrey, "Bob" Huxley, Joyce Jeeves, Harry Kelley, "Bert" Kingsley, "Hardy" Kline, "Nat" Kosmenko, "Mike" Kramer, Frank Kramer, "Bobbie" Lagerstrom, "Gert" Lane, Evon Lawson, "Andy" Lewis, Louise Littlehale, "Donny" Lombardi, "Joe" Lumsden, "Spud" Lumsden, Pauline McAleney, "Dot" McCarthy, "Connie" MeGeever, George McKean, "Pete" McLaughlin, John McNeilIy, "Bob" MacPherson, Helen Mastropieri, Carman Mans, "Dot" Maus, Roy Miano, "Baby" Mikkleson, "Andy" Miller, June Miller, "Ginny" Minkle, janet Mulcahy, "Bea" Mulloney, jane Nardone, Oreste Neilson, George Nelson, john Norris, Janet Oakman, "Phyl" O'Connor, Muriel Osborne, "Ossie" Padou, Betty Palmstrom, "Dave" Pandolf, Harold Parker, Shirley Parlin, "Dick" Pfeifer, "Jackie" Phillips, Bette-Lou Picariello, Bessie Plaisted, "Phyl" Power, Shirley Rae, "Bobby" Ravinski, "Pete" Reed, "Delly" Regan, Jean Riley, "Chuck" Ringer, Ally Roberts, Newton Robinson, "Bill" Routledge, "Gin" Rugen, "Don" St. Clair, "Percy" Salamone, Frank Sanborn, "jim" Sargent, "Harly" Sayce, "Barbie" Sayce, Ruth Scott, "Andy" Semprucci, Elves N OTED FOR radio honor roll "hot" line Fred fickleness her smile absence style plus his looks questions acting Jeeves' pal singing the "Tombs" his grin clarinet slimness studying ?? size his brothers friendly spirit walking news sarcasm jokes her hair Math original coiFfure's laziness her beautiful hair flirting singing swinging walk "Reefer" his hike bashfulness clarinet her grin pleasant manner English class Jokes sense of humor dancing woman-hating sarcasm her car terrific driving her sister, jill incessant chatter softball hitting her voice ' cheery greetings his blush Miss Churchill Lorraine dimples drums flying rings Law hockey her "cracks" disposition tennis Roll-land wrestling aviator silence ?? flying Ford writing ability dancing ,, ,iw i . . .,.a...,....a , FA I LIN G "Sainty" stenography drums marriage "Ruthie" HDOtYY snappy clothes June could it be women? she calls it driving sneezing photography Belgium blondes laziness Brenda books Southern gent Walt automobiles boys "F etch" UIjerCy!! jitterbugging Mr. Nelson skating "Fessie" "Nick" Canadian Air Force "Frankenstein" graduates Camp Edwards whispering Penn State his voice wrestling German band anything at all "ear-rings" teacher's friend "Advocate" work men his printing machine Harold Pandolf Yale the "Tombs" clothes nothing high marks USUN impossible goal guarding everything but lunch pick-ups La Conga Virginia M. I. used to be blondes canoeing Esther teacher's pet a eornet player nBObn German women? ? jive radio little girls Scotland long hair OUTCOME clerk at McNeilly's blues singer a bishop happy wife tramp yodeler credit collector hair stylist war hero stooge soldiers' hostess truck driver swingster bachelor teacher's pet farmer school teacher Southern belle ballet dancer auto mechanic town crier marathon walker wrestler waltz artist soda jerker sit-down striker clown stenographer dump picker sparring partner billboard model swing singer hula-hula dancer "Butt" girl scenario writer window dresser noise maker theater cashier a "Rockette" Psychology Prof. salesman marathon walker Esquire artist autobiography writer town crier circus midget No. 1 debutante news commentator jumpin' jive track star Army camp hostess Bruins' goalie gum salesman shiek clock watcher usherette German Prof. a porter manufacturer business career buck private chaperone chauffeur chess player band leader cigarette girl authoress stage star Mme. LaConga NAME Shaldone, Nora Sherwood, Ruth Shurtleff, "Polly" Slack, Nancy Soderberg, Ralph Tocci, Dora Tomaino, "joe" Toney, ,lean Toone, "l'hyll" ?roy,gGinng" rum our, eorge Trumbour, Vera Turner, Jeanette Velucci, Helen Wadsworth, Arlene VVallace, Anthony Vtard, "Gene" Waters, Lois-May Welch, Franklin NNelch, Marie Werner, Ellis VVheeler, "Beanball XNhite, "Barbie" Whitney, "Nort" Williams, Bette VN'illis, "Dot" Worth, Blanche Wyeth, John Youlden, "Bob" Zafhni, "Ray" Zikorus, "Fritzl' n NO TED FOR temper her eyes parties her complex "slush pump" large eyes basketball 'lher line" honor roll sports his driving roller-skating "whacky" actions speed on up-take clothes golf freckles silence personified sports managing knitting long hair Hpunsll lift gym team style loud laugh news gathering German Band his walk flirting her height FAILING OUTCOME Armond lipstick taster H.K. nursemaid cars circus performer men ?? someone's wife Math a husband hair policewoman "Advocate" member other men crystal gazer social climber "Hughie" tunafish wrapper convertibles car tester fickleness disappointed lover horses circus rider her "jolnn1y" Mr. Small, again some man's wife dancer golf prison matron saxophones hair dye salesman poetry art teacher none piano soloist essays Scout leader Annapolis atl1lete's wife women trouble Aquacade manager poetry nightclub entertainer alumni old maid aviation Fuller brush man Craig, again soda fountain girl Arra tobacco auctioneer social life his whiffle Blanche NNorth, jr. women sports CLASS HISTORY "Do You Remember?" society reporter barber B.A.A. winner auto racer trapeze artist It is a warm, pleasant evening in early june, and the spacious hall is hung with bright balloons and gaily colored banners lettered with HN. H. S. '4l," all of which an- nounces the fact that the class of '41 is hold- ing its tenth reunion. Margie Wheeler is holding open house g and while she is bustling around greeting people and guests are arriv- ing, let's briefly review the early history of the class. Most of the members of this class began their formal education in one of Needhamls many grammar schools around the year 1928. Those who attended the Stephen Palmer will perhaps remember the picnic at Norumbega or the many plays they pre- sented. Those from the Heights will prob- ably recollect that their annual operetta was the year's most important function. In the sixth grade, sleighing and tobogganing par- ties were the order of the day. However, it was in Junior High that this class was first united and their "Nee Hi News," and the operettas and plays were paving the way for their future success on the hill. 86 Now let's walk around and renew old friendships. The room is rapidly filling up with couples, some dressed in street clothes, others wearing formal gowns which make a gay pattern of color as they weave in and out with, "Do you remember F" Let's listen in. "Why, hello Blanche and Porky! How grand to see you both! Quite a gathering, isnlt it ?" remarks our jovial hostess to a young couple entering. "Isn't it great seeing all our old friends again-oh there's Mac, remember he was one of our class orators at graduation F" said Blanche excitedly. "Yes, and wasnlt Norma an orator, too ?" added Porky. "That's right, and she was our D. A. R. Pilgrim," remarked Blanche. "By the way, have you seen Louise Lewis, or Grif, speaking of class orators?" asked Marge. "Oh, there's Ruth and Hardy," Blanche burst in eagerly. "Remember the Hute and clarinet duet they played in assembly when we were Seniors ?" Meanwhile the orchestra has started up and Porky remarks, "Why, that's the song they played to start our Sophomore Hop l" Hardy burst in, "Yes, and remember Garet and Connie leading the grand march through the drum ?" "What about the junior Prom?" asked Ruthie reminiscently. "Oh, that was the one where we had a Southern plantation and waltzed around stately white pillars," answered Ruth Cor- nell, who had joined the group. "Oh, yes--and the next year we went tropical. Remember the palm trees and the beautiful pink llamingoln added Blanche. "Why, that looks like Nick-it is! Sh- he's trying to say something," remarked Porky as Nick mounted a chair and signaled for silence. "Tonight we have a great treat for you all. We are privileged to hear for the first time in ten years the German Band, under the able leadership of its originator, John Nelson." A cheer went up from the gathering as Ralph, John Wyeth and John Nelson started up a snappy tune. Hardy said to Ruthie, "Remember, they played for the dances in the boys' gym meet." "You boys certainly made adorable girls," remarked Blanche to the ever-widening group. "Talking of sports, remember our hockey games at the arena and Bobby Rae and Spud l" remarked Ruth. "Say, we didn't do too badly in football, either-remember our Thanksgiving games with Wellesley and the good work Larry, Goodwin, Heath and Robinson did," inter- rupted Hardy. "Speaking of football," Ruthie remarked, "remember the fun we had in the band." "Yes," said Hardy, "Our Thanksgiving benefit nights started a tradition." "Before we get off sports, remember our wrestling team and the Kramersf' added Blanche. "Oh, here come Larry Arra and Gerty Haszard," cried Marge. "Say, Larry, weren't you in the operetta chorus of the 'Waltz Dream F' You and Spud were our musical athletes." "Yes, and Louise, janet, and john had leads," answered Larry. "Oh, do you remember how gorgeously Elves danced and how sweetly Phyl sang"- remarked Hardy. "Speaking of dancing, didn't Peter Ravin- ski and Michael Kosmenko do a Russian dance in assembly once ?" asked Gerty. "Say, Gerty, remember the year you played on the basketball and hockey teams," interrupted Arra. "Oh, yes, and you and Blanche were our tennis stars along with Zeke and Shirley," remarked Ruth. "Don't forget Churchie, Hazel, Sainty, Pete, and Betty," added Blanche. "The boys had a good team, too," added Hardy, "Rugen, Allen and Nelson were smooth players." "Remember the girls' gym meets and the school days dance," added Arra. "Oh, yes, and then the girls did a specialty dance in the operetta, too," continued Blanche. "Didn't Miss Cowdrey have charge of the costumes ?" asked Gerty. "Yes, and remember the fashion shows they had on exhibition night. The orchestra played then, and at the Senior Play too," said Ruthie. "Remember the leads in the Senior Play," remarked john Wyeth who had joined the group. "Harry Jeeves, dialect was well done, and I'll never forget Evon's sneezes," added Ruthie. "Andy took pictures that night," said Blanche, "They ought to be in the Advocate. Oh, here it is! just look at us !" "Remember Mac was editor and Norma business manager," said Porky thumbing through the pages. With that the group broke up and started dancing, there we will leave them with their reminiscing. 87 C LRSS " 1.9541 HQHL5 TURY . "fu ,, ' 1 17 gg fa t X fH""vFF' ff f ff! X vga Pgfvsa MILS- 74523165 05 H1 ffff xxwpgy' Hb v 'F-1? 7 7 oFRygf'1iZi'IiHQ.'R 9 "EciL'1?:esl-.I Qu N WJ 4 fMQQ, 'Mf 31632215 ff, Q ' 2. unva-5. , , .v ,-Qi' 2:16 Eg! , fbgx f, WZC? SS J f fszfffzzzzxfoxffff E ,ff HURQZZ-AH .I K AQOME 'Fouff I .- 15562 waaxfmfifwf S251 lf ' , L I ew ff ws' as V Swigw w ff we RWM ff T:f4"2. con MIGHTY" V- ww- X' A XX? ' : X X 9491 g xii .wr CLASS O'F-'F-ICERS g mag Rl flux fo , . 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L06 88 Who's Who in the Clctss oi 1941 Authorcss Norma Childs, lst 5 jane Biggart and jane Mulloney, Znd. . Author , james Sanborn, lst 5 Robert McNeilly,2nd. Poetess Marjorie VVheeler, lst5 jane Mulloney, Znd. Poet Eugene Ward, lst 5 john Wyeth, Zncl. Girl Artist Doris-Marie Clarenbach, lst 5 lletle Wil- liams, Znd. ,I B oy Artist Eugene Ward, lst, Robert Kramer, Znd. Girl lfVh0 Has Done Most for N. H. S. Norma Childs, lst 5 Gertrude Haszard, Znd. Boy lVho Has Done Most for N. H. S. Lawrence Arra, lst, Robert McNeilly, Znd. Girl Most Likely to Succeed Norma Childs, lst5 Alice McKean, Znd. Boy Most Likely to Succeed Robert McNeilly, lstg Vernon Baker, Znd. Best Girl Dancer Elves Semprucci, lst 5 Bette VVilliams, 2nd, Best Boy Dancer Donald Rugen, lst5 Frederic Barlow, Znd. Most Talented Girl Elves Semprucci, lst5 Louise Lewis, Znd. Most Talented Boy Nicholas DiFoggio, lst5 Ralph Soderberg, Znd. Most Ambitious Girl Norma Childs, lstg Virginia Routledge, Znd. Most Ambitious Boy Robert McNeilly, lst 5 Lawrence Arra and john Wyeth, Znd. Girl With Best Disposition Marjorie Wheeler, lst 5Gertrude Haszard, 2nd. Boy With Best Disposition . Lawrence Osborne, lst5 Nicholas Diliog- L gio, Znd. Girl Musician Louise Lewis, lstg Shirley Parker, Znd. B oy Musician Ralph Soderberg, lst5 john Nelson, Znd. Most Popular Girl Gertrude Haszard, lst 5Doris de Varennes Znd. Most Popular Boy Lawrence Arra, lst, Lawrence Osborne 2nd, Best All-Around Girl Gertrude Haszard, lst, Frances Zikorus Znd. Best All-Around Boy Lawrence Arra, lst 5 Lawrence Osborne 2nd. Most Intellectual Girl Lois-.May Waters, lst 5 Louise Lewis, 2nd Most Intellectual Boy john Wyeth, lst5 Robert McNeilly, 2nd, Best Girl Athlete Gertrude Haszard, lstg Elizabeth Gilfoy 2nd, Best Boy Athlete Lawrence Arra, lst 5 Donald Lumsden Znd. Girl M ost To B e Admired Norma Childs, lstg Marjorie Wheeler Znd. Boy Most To Be Admired Lawrence Arra, lst 5 Vernon Baker, Znd. Most Humorous Girl Marjorie VVheeler, lst5 Priscilla St. Clair Znd. Most Humorous Boy Nicholas DiFoggio, lst 5 Donald Griilin Znd. Sheba Virginia Miller, lst 5 Elizabeth Gartner Znd. Sheik Frederic Barlow, lstg Charles Holland Znd. Most Cheerful Girl Marjorie Wheeler, lst 5 Gertrude Haszard Znd. Most Cheerful Boy Nicholas DiFoggio, lst5 Lawrence Osborne, Znd. Girl With Biggest Drag Louise Lewis, lst, Blanche Worth, Znd. Boy With Biggest Drag Donald Griffin, lst 5 Robert McNeilly, 2nd 89 J I Boy Bookworm john Wyeth, lst, Robert McNeilly, Znd. Best Girl Leader Gertrude Haszard, lst, Frances Zikorus, Znd. Best Boy Leader Lawrence Arra, lst, Nicholas DiFoggio Znd. Prettiest Girl june Miller, lst, Doris de Varennes, Znd. Handsornest Boy 7 Robert Kramer, lst , Frank Kramer, 2nd, Most Conrteons Girl Norma Childs, lst, Jane Biggart, Znd. Most Conrteons Boy Robert McNeilly, lst, Vernon and Wal- lace Baker, Znd. Girl lVitli Londest Laugh Dorothy Willis, lst, Marjorie Wheeler, 2nd, Boy With Loiidest Lough Harold Pandolf, lst , Andrew Bower, Znd. Most Stubborn Girl june Miller, lst, Elizabeth Gartner, 2nd, Most Stubborn Boy Frank Kramer, lst, Henry Butler, Znd. Most S arcastic Girl Virginia Miller, lst, Constance Gearwar, Znd. Most Sareastie Boy Harold Pandolf, lst, John Nelson, and Frank Kramer, 2nd, Girl With "Hottest" Line Virginia Miller, lst , Virginia Church, Znd. Boy With "Hottest" Line Frederic Barlow, lst, Harold Pandolf and Charles Holland, 2nd, Girl Jitterbug Helen MacPherson, lst ,Flora Miano,2nd. Boy fitterbng , Charles Holland, lst, Nicholas DiFoggio, Znd. Best Girl Singer Janet Minkle, lst, Phyllis Plaisted, Znd. Best Boy Singer Lawrence Osborne, lst, Lawrence Arra, Znd. Friendliest Girl Gertrude Haszard, 1st , Marjorie Wheeler, Znd. 90 Friendliest Boy Lawrence Osborne, lst, Nicholas DiFog- gio, Znd. Best Girl Sport Gertrude I-Iaszard, lst, Frances Zikorus, Znd. 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IWLIVLQ Mile QWLGVL One and two ycar courses Wcll i Mfure opporfunnlg ualrfied faculty Extra currlcula HCIIYIICICS Day and LVCHIHE classes Prevxous commerclal tralnmg not re qurred Courses meet the needs of busrness and government Calls gi, for graduates exceed the suppl I3 If Rl, Camlogue contfuns full Information my Mr XLR I In rig 31 SEN ' XX BUSINESS TRAINING SINCE 1879 BURDETT EULLEGE T m 'h TcIcpI1oneHANcock6300 gm-'Tiff L A. E BOSTON C ' o aa I U 3 ' 1 n J , N M Ar Ae ! ' I 4. 4 I Y IC 1 K V KI, 1 . l i .. ' E" 4511-'53 -, ,, I-'PXQN E1 rpg 1' I -EW. . f ,Z ,Y :Witt---,tBg2 E ff' wr I -2 E 5 HW. rum N N E--. 2 Ih"T""'t' uk -.1"ii"1u . 1 . ,nge :L-I ' in 'H I. .V ,. use STUART 'STR ET, I 100 V l FINDS HER CALLING . l "Pm going to Fisher School!" A wise decision for a young woman X -for she has selected a business school of charm and efficiency. ' Unusual facilities, up-to-date courses, new methods and a well- balanccd program of cultural and technical development prepare Fisher girls for the exacting needs of modern business . . . place them on employers' preferred lists. One and two year Executive, Secretarial, and Business courses. i Particular emphasis given to personality expression. The Fisher i Plan offers opportunities for individual advancement: students ll progress as rapidly as they are able. I 118 Beacon Street 374 Broadway THE sci-loois FFOLK UNIVERSITY SUFFOLK COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS: 5-yr. day or evening course for A.B. degree. Also special 3-yr. Pre-legal course meeting requirements for entrance to Suffolk Law School. Associate in Arts cer- tificate awarded upon satisfaetory completion of 60 s.h. Entrance requirement: 15 acceptable units. Cultural and pre-professional programs. SIIFFOLK COLLEGE OF JOURNALISM: 5-yr. day or evening course for B.S. in J. degree. Practical professional course. SIIFFOLK COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AD!VllNlS'l'RA'I'ION: 5-yr. day or evening course for in B.A. degree. Majors in accounting, adver- tising or business management. SUFFOLK LAW SCHOOL: 4-yr. day or evening course for LLB. degree. Entrance requirement: 60 s.h. of academic work. SUFFOLK GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LAW: 2-yr. evening course for LLM. degree. For LLB. graduates only. IMPORTANT: High. School gwlrlzmtes not eligible to enter Szlfffolk IAIIC School oo' Sujfolli' fl'l'llflIl!ll6 School of Law 'Il'7.flI01lff pre'vioz4,s rtcrulemic work. l - OPENING DATE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS - Sept. 22, 1941 Coll, write or phone CAP. 0555 for catalog SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTER Derne Street Beacon Hill Boston, Mass. THE FAY SCHUGL f 52 Beacon Street, Boston, Massachusetts . I ' N TWO-YEAR COURSE: Academic subjects of col- Tl- 1 1 'E ' lege grade and executive secretarial training: .of I ,,,., , If EI, II . 'f ' 'T 1l'1,Il Milli 'Z I .gi Mg i p Electives: Medical Shorthand and Court ', Reporting. ia, ONE-YEAR COURSE: Executive secretarial training. ' -I 'l I SUMMER COURSE: Shorthand and Typewriting. -A V .I Y , . 5 Extra-curricular activities. l Ml Cultural and social ideals developed. For catalogue address: IRENE FAY, Director Beauty Culture A VOCATIO'N OF DIGNITY 'ff jg.. ' ' -- ' Offers young men lx 3 'At and women a life ' of Refinement, Se- vviii A curify and Prosper- M . 7 .i .."x Qi Write Today , I 411 Our entire building 7, 2 ,,.G ' Qi is devoted to Day I iiiv if, and Evening Class- 6 es conducted by I if W 74 A, Renowned Style lmgfjfl ,V Creators. Complete i'f1,j"l.-f' systematized cours- es. Most modern equipment. lVilfrutl tjratlnatcs are in tlaily tlcmaml MODERATE TUITION CONVENIENT TERMS FREE PLACEMENT BUREAU Fm' further i11fm'mation or for free lvoolclct write or visit our Academy without olvlitfation. WILFREIJ ACADEMY 492 Boylston St. BOSTON KENmore 0880 CURRY - A SENIOR COLLEGE Speech - Dramatics - Radio 63rd year begins Sept. 25, l94l Catalog antl S iiiiirii cr Study Bulletin on request Tel. KENmore 6641 Imogen Andre, Dean Miss Farmer's School of Cookery Miss Alice Bradley, Principal Training in cookery, dietetics, house- hold arts for home and vocation. Placement Service. Catalog N. 30 Huntington Ave. Boston, Mass. HIGGINS EZXEEEELQS Courses on Electric Comp- strfinds, Electric Elliott tric Typewriting Machines, Burroughs Electric Calcu- lators, Electric Card Pun- ching Machines. Day and Evening. 29th year. Free Placement Service. Open all the j'CC1T. 234 Boylston Street-KENmore 7696 102 tometers, Monroes, Sund- Fishers, Dictaphones, Elec- ORTHEASTER College of Liberal Arts Offers for young men a broad program of col- lege subjects serving as a foundation for the understanding of modern culture, social rela- tions, and technical achievement. Students may concentrate in any of the following fields: Biology, Chemistry, Economics-Sociology, Eng- lish tincluding an option in Journalismj, and Mathematics-Physics. Varied opportunities available for vocational specialization. De- gree: Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. IVERSITY College of Engineering Offers for young men curricula in Civil, Mechanical twith Diesel, Air-Conditioning, and Aeronautical optionsi, Electrical, Chemi- cal, Industrial Engineering, and Engineering Administration. Classroom study is supple- mented by experiment and research in well- equipped laboratories. Degree: Bachelor of Science in the professional field of specializa- flflll. College of Business Administration Offers for young men six curricula: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Marketing and Advertising, journalism, Public Administration, and Industrial Administra- tion. Each curriculum provides a sound training in the fundamentals of business practice and culminates in special courses devoted to the various professional fields. Degree: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. School of Law Offers three-year day and four-year evening undergraduate programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. A minimum of two years of college work, or its full equivalent. required for admission to undergraduate programs. Case method of instruction. The School also offers a two-year evening program open to graduates of approved law schools and leading to the degree of Master of Laws. Undergraduate and graduate programs admit men and women. School of Business Offers curricula through evening classes in Accounting, Industrial Management, Distri- butive Management, and Engineering and Business, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration in specified fields. Preparation for C. P. A. Examinations. A spe- cial four-year curriculum in Law and Business Management leading to the Bachelor of Com- mercial Science degree with appropriate speci- fication is also offered. Shorter programs may be arranged. Co-educational. Evening Courses of the College of Liberal Arts Certain courses of the College of Liberal Arts are offered during evening hours affording concentration in Economics, English, History and Government or Social Science. A special program preparing for admission to the School of Law is also available. The program is equivalent in hours to one-half the requirement for the A.B. or S.B. Degree. Associate in Arts title conferred. Co-educational. Co-operative Plan The Colleges of Liberal Arts, Engineering and Business Administration offer day programs for men only, and are conducted on the co-operative plan. After the freshman year, students may alternate their periods of study with periods of work in the employ of business or industrial con- cerns at ten-week intervals. Under this plan they gain valuable experience and earn a large part of their college expenses. FOR CATALOG - MAIL THIS COUPON AT ONCE NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Director of Admissions Boston, Massachusetts Please send me a catalog of the lj College of Liberal Arts E1 College of Engineering lj College of Business Administration Name ............ ..... Address .......... C-42 El School of Law lj Evening School of Business lj Day Pre-Legal Program Evening-College of Liberal Arts WARREN KAY VANTINE ST UDl0 Offzczal Photographer Class of 1941 Needham H1gh School 2? 2 H J S -2 ff -1 'J ii '? Ss sua Q' 5 3? M: lil 5' :Q 29 I5 Sf! 2 '-. bv Q: 9 M 31 :Q F 5 :Q 2 5 E 4: .. 4 6. 3 Q, 3 si' 1355 s fi . ,fs f 931. 4 19 53, .jfs afiffef- .. Qffviff 14" . P, ,' ,- , av'-5: ff.: 1 9279 ' 539 if 'fi V ,- J--ek -4 Y 2524 ffrff, 541:--f. 5229 2-if . .Q . .193-11 iq.. 5537i 9,52-1 3, - A, gli, .i U . ig,-. 533 fi- . .23 -fl Q50 f ,. 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