North High School - Northern Lights Yearbook (Worcester, MA)
- Class of 1937
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WINIFRED C BAKER ANDREW W LOVE
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ANNA R BISSONNETTE HENRY E MANNING
STEPHEN F BOWEN ANNA T MARBLE
MILDRED L BRENNAN ANNA D MCAULIFFE
LAWRENCE W BRIGHAM KATHERINES MCCAFFERTY
FLORENCE G CANNON B EVELYN MCCLURE
IENNIE D CARRUTHERS FRANK P MCNAMARA
GEORGE B CASHEN MARGARET W O BRIEN
CARA F DILLINGHAM ALBERT C OTT
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HELEN M DOWNEY ALICE E PHILLIPS
RUTH C DREW KATHERINE M OUINT
MARTHA FAGERSTROM MABEL REED
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WILLARD K FRENCH ELISE ROCHELEAU
HAROLD D GAGNON HARRIET E ROE
IOHN E GIFFORD HE EN E STIMPSON
ROLLAND R GREENWOOD HAROLD E STONE
MARY E GUERIN MARY A R STREETER
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HERVEY F HOUGHTON HELEN W SYMONDS
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ORTH ER LIGHTS
ELEANOR MARY KEARNEY Edilnr-in-Chiqf
GORDON HERBERT MOLTNE
WENDELL ARTHUR GARRITY, IR.
JOHN BEAUDOTN Bu.rL'ne.rJ Jfanager
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JOHN MCCRACKEN, IR. 1frfEa'z'z'0r
CORRTN E FOSTER Junior Ofmervef
GORDON ERIKSON Junior Obxerver
Pl'6J'L.dl6llf, IAMES CROTTY, IR.
Vice-Pre.rz'denl, BEATRICE GAINES
Secrefafjy, VIRGINIA BOHLIN
Treawurer, ELMER SCOTT
BARBARA BALLOU WALLACE KIRKPATRICK
NORMA BIANCHI IRENE MORRISGN
VIRGINIA BOHLIN SIDNEY SOLOWAY
ARTHUR GARRITY, IR. ROGER VIENS
WALTER IRVINE, IR. NORMA WINBERG
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Class Day Participants
LEE BARTLETT AGNES MACQUESTON
IAMES CROTTY EUGENE OZIMEK
IOHN BEAUDOIN ARTHUR GARRITY
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Claw Day Programme
MARCH-"TannhauSer" .,.. . lVagner
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS . . . lames Crotty
HUNGARIAN DANCE NO. 5 .... . Brafznw
LEE BARTLETT, CLASS VIOLINIST
CLASS HISTORY ....... Iohn Beaudoin
HPOLONAISEU ......... Chopin
EUGENE OZIMEK, CLASS PIANIST
"THE CONSTITUTION: A GUARANTEE OF INDIVIDUAL
ARTHUR GARRITY, CLASS ORATOR
"TALES FROM VIENNA WOODS" ..... Slraulm
AGNES IVIACQUESTONQ CLASS VOCALIST
PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT . . . Iames Crotty
ACCEPTANCE by Principal Everett G. Sherwin
"LA BURLESQUEU .... . Von Suppe
CLASS SONG ......... Senior Class
WORDS BY ELMER SCOTT MUSIC BY EVA ROBERTS
MARCH-North High School Song
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Pre.rZdeni'.r .ffa'dre.r,r Qf Welcome
IAMES A. CROTTY, IR.
It is my pleasant privilege to extend, in behalf of the Graduating
Class of 1957, a sincere welcome to you, parents, teachers, and friends,
who, by your presence at these, our Class Day exercises, again
demonstrate your interest in us and our activities.
We wish to express our gratitude to you who have made this
day and this observance possibleg to parents who have felt no sacrifice
and no effort too great to make that we might be educated, to teachers
who have been interested, zealous, patient, and earnest, and who
have labored long and hard that we might receive within these walls
the best of training, and to friends whose pleasure at our accomplish-
ments has warmed and heartened us.
Our four years at North High School have been a pleasant and
a profitable period. We have made friendships that we will always
cherish and treasure. We have taken part in activities that were
valuable and stimulating. We have learned the meaning of school
spirit and of class spirit. VVe have rejoiced at the success of our
classmates, and we have sympathized with them in their fortunately
few sorrows and disappointments.
We leave all this with regret. We do not know what is in store
for us, but we do know that the future will be more serious and more
exacting. We feel fitted to meet and solve the problems of that
future. We cheerfully acknowledge our obligations to those who
have contributed to our preparation for it.
It is our hope that you will find our program entertaining and
enjoyable. Representatives of the class will give proof of the quality
of the training we have had. We rejoice at your presence, and our
only hope is that you will find in today's program some recompense
for your efforts and your interest.
Believe that we really appreciate what you have done for us,
believe also that in the days to come, whether we pursue our studies
in other institutions of learning, or not, we shall try to justify your
faith and your efforts.
Qi NOQTHLQN LIGHTS
IOHN W. BEAUDOIN
1n the long forgotten year of 1955 we, as a class of excited young
hopefuls, entered the portals of that fine institution of learning known
as North High. 'As unfamiliar as the alien upon first sight of the
promised land we set about the mighty task of becoming acquainted
with the North High system and daily routine of classes. In a very
short time it was evident that all lower classmen were forced to
undergo a strict routine. Many of us began to enroll in the various
musical organizations and athletics.
Came the fall of 1954 and the "Wise Fools" returned for what
was destined to be an eventful year. Two important productions
were sponsored by the musical and dramatic organizations respec-
tively. They were, "The Watched Pot," by the Dramatic Club,
and "Gold," by the Melophonic Club.
An unfortunate tragedy befell the student body and faculty
when death struck at the beloved principal, Robert T. Elliott. His
successor, who as a learned and able principal has won the admira-
tion of all, was Mr. Everett G. Sherwin. Before we were released
for the summer vacation North emerged victor in the class day
September, 1955, rewarded us to the tune of Iuniors. YVe were
actually progressing. In this year Iunior elections brought forth
Norman Schmidt as president.: Beatrice Gaines, vice-president, Lee
Bartlett, treasurer: Virginia Bohlin, secretary.
In Ianuary, 1956 three great successes rewarded the efforts of the
participants in both HSpringtime in Russia," a splendid operetta,
under the able supervision of Miss Mable Reed, our great musical
director, and that great showman, Warren Martin, and "La Poudre
Aux Yeux," the French Club play directed by Miss Elise Rocheleau.
To add to honors the North High Record was victor in the Inter-
scholastic Contest held by Columbia University. The boys' and
the girls, crews were both formed in this year, and the golf team,
because of its superiority, was presented the state title after de-
feating the strong contenders from Brookline.
At this time we were grieved to hear of the sudden death of Mr.
Ernest Desper, chemistry teacher for many years.
We, in Iune, felt the need of a brief respite, so away we went
for a rollicking summer vacation.
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Anxious as freshmen we returned in September, 1956, to put the
finishing touches on our high school education. Many events familiar
to us all stole the limelight. The class elections superseded all others.
In a nip and tuck battle Iames Crotty, erstwhile athlete, edged
Arthur Garrity for president, Bea Gaines with no difficulty what-
soever was elected vice-president: "Ginny" Bohlin experienced
no trouble securing the secretary's berth, but the closest of all the
elections was waged between Elmer Scott and John W. Beaudoing
Scotty emerging victor by a solitary vote. Later on the class day
participants were nominated and elected. Gene Ozimck, class
pianist, Lee Bartlett, class violinist, Arthur Garrity, class orator:
Iohn W. Beaudoin, class historiang Agnes MacQueston, class vocalist,
Richard Cantwell, chairman of class day participants.
In spite of all our little misfortunes we really enjoyed our years
here at North and as class historian, I will wager you, we are all
proud to have been one of the student body, and I wish you all the
success and happiness possible. '
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The C0n.r1fL'iuzfL'0rL.' H Guaranty Qyfiliiberiy
BY ARTHUR GARRITY
It is difficult for Americans to realize that at the present stage
of the world's development, millions of peoples are being denied the
liberties accorded to everyone in the United States since the Consti-
tution was written. Yet it is true that today in the dictatorial nations
of Europe, the domineering state has stripped the individual of all the
rights and privileges held sacred and inviolable in this democracy
for 150 years. The citizens of Germany, Italy, Russia, Austria,
and other like federalisms have been forced to forfeit all claims to
their properties, bodies, and even souls.
For in these so-called republics, there is no home life such as
we Americans enjoy, the family is not the family we know, but the
means for the all-powerful state to increase its number of arm-
bearers, its supply ofcannon fodderp the child is no longer the parents'
child, but the state's. Freedom of the press is a relic of the past,
freedom of speech, forbidden, freedom of religion, persecutedl Under
the guise of liberalism and in the name of democracy, with their
false promises of social equality for the masses, these dictators have
spurned, banished, Liberty and Justice.
What a vast difference there is between the wretched conditions
in Europe and comparative tranquility which exists in the United
States today, and which will continue to exist as long as the Consti-
tuton is respected and obeyed. For that most famous historical
document of all time was conceived in order to insure the citizens
the greatest possible amount of security and liberty. First, it pledges
to society that the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be
suspended: that no bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be
passed. The check and balance system which provides for two
houses in Congress and the Supreme Court further prevents anyone
aspiring to dictatorship from amassing excessive power. The Con-
stitution is a promise to the American people that they shall never
be denied the sacred right of self-government.
Moreover, in its first ten amendments, known as the Bill of
Rights, the Constitution guarantees to the citizens several specified
liberties and privileges upon which no person nor power may infringe.
The hrst provision prevents Congress from restricting freedom of
religion, more precious than life itselfg freedom of speech, granted
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no less to the poor and humble than to the rich and powerful: freedom
of the press, the true test of a democratic institution. It also provides
that the people shall maintain the right of assembly and petition,
the value of which cannot be ascertained until the right is withdrawn.
The battles waged in the course of history for the possession of these
privileges, too little appreciated in times of peace, prove beyond doubt
that the love of Liberty is stronger even than that of power.
But were she not guided and protected by justice, the aim of
all civil society, Liberty would undoubtedly be futile and fleeting.
Fittingly, therefore, the second set of vital provisions in the Bill of
Rights assures the citizen that he will receive justice at all times
and in all respects. Courts established to see that justice is meeted
out protect him from being tried twice for the same offense and
from being deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process
of lawg grant to the citizen accused of a crime the right to a speedy
and public trial by an impartial jury: see to it that he is informed of
the nature and cause of the accusation, that he has the assistance of
counsel for his defense, and that excessive bail or punishment shall
not be imposed upon him. The framers of the Constitution could
not have been aware that they had constructed a code of justice
far superior to any ever formed before.
And yet, in the Constitution, we, the youth of America,
not only have a code of laws but an everlasting heritage of Liberty
and justice preserved for us by the persistent efforts of our fore-
fathers. We can further progress made in the past by acquiring a
comprehensive knowledge of the principles of the Constitution and
by always obeying the document framed 150 years ago by those
59 inspired patriots, each of whom in himself was a father of this
Wherefore, by good example, let us instill in the minds and
hearts of all, a respect and reverence for the Constitution, the most
excellent work of statesmanship ever to come into being. Finally,
let us thank the Almighty God that we are citizens of the United
States of America, protected by the Constitution, a guaranty of our
4 o n-IEQN LIGHTS.
Frei., Fromm, Frdhllclz, Frzlrcfz
ADAMS, TACK CLAYTON
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Nature Club 4. Demosthenes 4. Ace Of Clubs,
VlCC'PFCSlQlGIlt 4. Student Council 4. Record
Staff 4. Aftermath Board 4.
ADRIAN, RICIIARD FRANCIS
ANDERSON, ARTII UR GORDON
Stamp Club 2, 4.
ANDERSON, HOWARD HENRH'
Hi-Y 5, 4. Camera Club 5. Football 4.
Iunior Class Committee 5.
ANNALA, XVILLIAM HONVARD
ARNOLD, WVALLACE HONVARID
Stamp Club 1, 2. F.F.A. 1, 2, 5, 4. Vegetable
Judging Team 2, 5.
BALLOU. BARBARA OLIVER
Girls' Glee Club 1. French Club 2, 5. Stu-
dent Council, Vice-President 4. Girls' Field
Hockey 2, 5, 4. Record Board, Literary
Editor 4. Aftermath Board.
BA RNA DY, DORIS LUC1 LLE
Stamp Club 5. North Star Girl Reserves 5, 4.
BARTLETT, LEE FARNSWORTII, IR.
Student Council 5, 4, President 4. Boys' Glee
Club 1, 2, 5, 4, President 4. Consolidated
Orchestra l, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 5. Combined
Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4, President 4. Orchestra
1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 4. Demosthenes
5, 4, President 4. Camera Club 5. 4, Vice-
President 4. Record Staff 5, 4. Boys' De-
BEAUDOIN, IOHN VVALTER
Hivelfliet' "Gr1bfc" 'tTay!0r"
Dramatic Club 5, 4. Demosthenes Club 5.
Hi-Y 5. Boys' Glee Club 4. Orchestra A.
Combined Chorus, Treasurer 4. Aftermath
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BERG, HERBEIQT ELMER
BIANCIII, NOIQNXA CECILIA
Dramatic Club 5, 4, President 4. French
Club 2, 5, 4. Program Director 5, President 4.
Girls' Glee Club 4. Combined Chorus 4.
Student Council 4. Rf'r'nrd Staff 4.
BLACK ETT, IOIIN STEWAR1'
BLAcKwoon, MURI EL AUDREY
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Girl Reserves 2, 5, Vice-President 5. Riding
BfJllLlN, VIRGINIA CAROLYN
Student Council 5, 4, Vice-President 4.
French Club 2, 5. Aftermath Board 4. Class
Secretary 5, 4. Iunior Class Day Committee
5. Honor Pupil.
BOHLIN, XVILLIAM EDWIN
lndoor Track l, 2.
BOLACK, ANNE MARIE
Girls' Tennis 2, 5, 4. Girls' Basketball l, 2.
Riding Club 2, 5.
BONOFIGLIO, NICHOLAS RALPH
Slide Rule 5, 4. Football 2.
BOSTIC, XVALTER ANDREVV
Rowing Team 5, 4. Indoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4.
Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Football 1.
BOULAY, NORMA OLIVE
Student Council 4. French Club, Program
Director 5, Vice-President 4. Girls' Glee
Club l, 2, 5. Combined Chorus 5.
BOWEN, FREDERICK THEODORE
Aero Club 1. Hi-Y Club 4. Camera Club
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BRENNAN, FRANCIS XVILLIAM
Student Council 4. French Club 2. Boys'
Glee Club 1, 2. Consolidated Chorus 2, 5, 4, y
President 4. Rifle Club 2. Demosthenes
Club 5, 4, President 4. Slide Rule 4. After-
BRONZO, TONY FRANK
" Red "
BROWN ELL, EVELYN RUTII
Girls' Glee Club.
BURNS, KATHRYN BARBARA
Class Basketball 1, 2. Riding Club 2.
BUTI.ER, HELENA MARY
BUTLER, XVXLLIAM FRANCIS
Boys' Glee Club l. Nature Club l. Boys'
Tennis 2, 5, 4. Boys' Basketball 2, 5, 4,
CALLAHAN, MARIE THERESE
Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. Combined Chorus 4.
Girls' Field Hockey 5, 4. Class Basketball
3, 4. Rowing Team 2.
CANTWELL, RICHARD ANDREW, IR.
" Dick "
Football 3, 4. Boys' Basketball 3, 4. Indoor
Track 1, 2. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Day
CARBERRY, IACQUELYN CECELIA
Rowing Team 1. Ace of Clubs 1.
CARLSON, EUNICE HELGA
Girls' Glee Club 5. Senior Social Committee.
Student Council, Secretary 4. Girls' Field
Hockey 2, 5, 4. Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Varsity Basketball 2. 5, 4, Manager 4. Motto
CIIAFFE, ROBERT CLINTON
Stamp Club T, 4.
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CIIRISTIE, XVILFRFZD GREY
Radio Club, Program, Chairman 1. Boys'
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus 1, 2,
5, 4. Motto Committee.
CICCARELLI, VICTOR NICHOLAS
Stamp Club 2. Cross Country 2, 5. Rowing
Team 2, 5.
CLAFLIN, KENNETH ADAMS
CLIFFORD, ALICE IRENE
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Girl Reserves 5, 4. Reporter. Camera Club
CLIFFORD, DANIEL PAUL
Orchestra 1, 2. Band 1, 2.
COLBY, WILLIAM HENRY
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North Hi-Y 5, 4. Aftermath Board.
CONLON, MARY FRANCES
Girls' Glee Club, President 5. Consolidated
Orchestra, President 4. Orchestra A 2, 5, 4,
Secretary 2, 4. Librarian 5. Combined
Chorus, Librarian 4. Band 2, 5, 4, Secretary
5, President 5, Vice-President 4.
COI-IP, PAULINE SABRA
CossABoOM, MARIORIE ANNETTE
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COVELL, ESTHER CATHERINE
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Girls' Glee Club 5, 4.
CRABBE, MARGARET RINTOUL
CRIMMINS, IOHN PAUL
Football 4. Indoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Outdoor
Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Social Committee, Chairman.
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CRONIN, ALICE MAE
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. Girls, Tennis 2. Class
Basketball 1, 2. Nature Club 2.
CROTTY, TAMES ALOYSIUS, IR.
Stuclent Council, Treasurer 4. Demostlienes
4. Golf Team, Captain and Maiiager 4.
Football 2, 5, 4, Captain 4. lncloor Track
1, 2, 5, 4. Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Baseball
1, 2, 5, 4. Senior Class President 4.
CURRIE, DONALD FREDERICK
DAVIDSON, FRANCIS DELLINR
Radio Club 4. Boys, Glee Club 4. Rowing
DAVIS, GERARD RICHARD
Girls' Class Basketball 2, 5, 4, Captain 5.
Girls' Varsity Basketball 2, 5, 4, Maiiager 5.
Girls' Field Hockey 2, 5. Girls' Class Basket-
ball 1, 5. Girls' Varsity Basketball 1, 5.
DIGGINS, CHARLES IOHN
Boys' Glee Club 1. Rifle Club 2. Tncloor
Track 1, 2, 5. Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5.
DOHERTY, BTARIORIE ANNE
DOLAN. NTARY ELIZABETH
Dramatic Club 4. Slicle Rule 4. Girl Re-
serves 1, 2. Class Basketball 1, 2. Varsity
DORSEY, THOMAS EDWARD
Stamp Club 2. Cross Country 2. Rowing
Team 2, 5.
CUMISKEY, XXTILLIAM PAUL
Football 1, 2, 5, 4. Boys' Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4.
Tncloor Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Outdoor Track 1, 2,
5, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4.
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DOUVADJIAN, VARTAN HARRY
Football 5. lncloor Track 2.
Dow, ALICE IRENE
Student Council 4. Dramatic Club 5, 4,
Vice-President 4. Girls' Glee Club l, 2,
Nature Club 1. Demosthenes Club 2, 5, 4.
Camera Club 5. Racarrl Boarcl 4. Aftermath
ENGBLONI, VIRGINIA AIDA
Girls' Glee Club 5.
ENGELHIKRDT, AIJOLPH Us
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Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, Treasurer 5. Com-
bined Chorus 1, 2, 5, Treasurer 2. Orchestra
1, 2, 5. Consolidated Chorus 5.
ERICKSON RICIIARD PAUL
F.F.A. 1, 2, 5, 4.
ESTABROOK, ELLEN SKERRY
Girls' Glee Club l, 2.
FAIRHURST, GEORGE FREDERICK
Girls' Glee Club 1. Fielcl Hockey 2, 5, 4.
Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4. Varsity Basket-
ball l, 2, 5, 4.
FISHER, ROLAND ALBERT
Stamp Club 2.
ITLAGG, ARTHUR IOSEPII, IR.
Radio Club 1, 2. Boys' Glee Club l. Aero
Club 2. Boys' Basketball 1. Cross Country 1.
FLAGG, FREDERICK HARRIS
Stucleut Council. Ace ot Clubs, Secretary
and Treasurer 4. Hi-Y 5, 4, Treasurer 4.
Sergeant-at-Arms 5. Slide Rule 4. Orches-
tra. Consolidated Orchestra. French Club.
FORCIIIELLI, SANTINA TERESA
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5. Motto Committee 4.
DOYVNEY. JANE AGNES
FORSBERG, HELEN MARIAN
Student Council 4. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5.
Combined Chorus 2, 5, Treasurer 2. Nature
Club 5, 4, Secretary 4. Record Board.
FREEMAN, TSABEL IEANETTE
Class Basketball 1, 2, 5.. Girls' Crew 5.
FYRBERG, GEORGE ARNOLD
Student Council 5, 4. Orchestra 2, 5. Field
Hockey 2, 5, 4, Captain 4. Record Board 5,
4, Editor 4. Aftermath Board. Class Vice-
President 5, 4.
GANNON, IOIIN JOSEPH
GARRITY, WENDELL ARTHUR, IR.
Student Council 2, 5, 4, President 4. French
Club 2. Ace of Clubs 4. Demosthenes Club
2, 5, 4, President 5, Treasurer 4. Hi-Y 4.
Record Board 2, 5, 4, Business Manager 4.
Aftermath Board. Class Orator 4. Boys,
Debating Team 5.
GAUMOND, GEORGE XVOODROYV
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, Secretary 2. Band 2.
Slide Rule 4. Hockey Team 2, 5, 4. Baseball
5. Motto Committee.
GILBERT, RICHARD CARROLL
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Football 2. Ice Hockey 1, 2, 5, 4, Manager
5, 4. Record Board 4.
GILMORE, PAUL XVAYNE
GLEASON, RAYMOND GEORGE
French Club 5, 4. Boys' Glee Club 2, 5.
Combined Chorus 2, 5. Rowing Team l.
Football 2, 5, 4. Outdoor Track 1, 2. Base-
ball 5, 4.
Rowing Team 2, 5. Nature Club 5. Football
GRAY, FLORIE LOUISE
French Club 5, 4. Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4.
Varsity Basketball 4.
GORDON, ROBERT EDWARD
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GRAY, MARGUERITE DORIS
Orchestra Librarian 2. French Club 2, 5, 4.
Camera Club 4.
GRIFFIN, IOHN THOMAS
Stamp Club l, 2, 5. Football 1, 2. Boys'
Basketball 2, 5. Golf Team 2, 5, 4.
GRIGAS, EDWARD PAUL
Outdoor Track 4. Baseball 4.
Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 5. Special Chorus 2, 5.
Nature Club 2, 5, 4. Vice-President 4.
HALL, MERLE GUY, IR.
Ace of Clubs 4. Hi-Y 4.
HAMMOND, ELINOR WYATT
Student Council 5, 4. Girls' Field Hockey
l,2,5,4. Girls' Tennis 1. Class Basketball l.
Nature Club 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 5, Presi-
dent 4. Ace of Clubs, President 4. Iunior
Class Day Committee. Aftermath Board.
Record Board 5, 4.
HANKPSIIIRE, MARY FAIRBANK
Rifle Club, Treasurer 4. Class Basketball 5.
Rowing Team 5. Social Committee.
HANSCOM, DOROTHY IRENE
French Club 2. Girls' Glee Club 4.
HANSON, ALFRED ELIS
HANSON, PAUL MANFRED
Hi-Y 5. Football 4. Boys' Basketball 1.
HARDING, EVELYN CLARA
Field Hockey 5, 4. Girls' Tennis 5, 4. Class
Basketball 1, 5, 4.
HARGFN, MASON ROBERT
Ice Hockey l, 2, 5. Social Committee.
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HARRIS, JOHN IAMES
HART, KIXTIIERINE ELIZABETH
Girls' Glee Club 1. Class Basketball l.
HAYDEN, FLORENCE MARGARET
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Girls' Clee Club l, 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4. Com-
bined Chorus 2, 5, 4. Class Basketball 2.
Nature Club l, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Record
Board 5, 4.
HPIDI.UND, PEARL CECELIA
French Club 5, 4. Nature Club 2, 5, 4.
HPINTZ, SHIRLEY DAGNY
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Girls' Glee Club 5, 4. Girl Reserves 5.
H!I.DRETH, BARBARA LOUISE
Girls' Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Field
Hockey 2, 5. Class Basketball 1, 2. Varsity
Basketball 1, 2.
I'1ILL, BARBARA FOREST
Girl Reserves 2, 5. Class Basketball, 2, 5.
HIEI.Al, CARL HARVEY
Stamp Club 1. Aero Club 5.
I HOOKS, ERNEST ROBERT
Student Council 5. Radio Club 2, 5, 4, Presi-
dent 5, Treasurer 5, Vice-President 4. Slide
HOUGHTON, HELEN FRANCES
H Toofsieu "Penn
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
1, 2, 5, 4. Consolidated Chorus 5. Rowing
Team 5, 4. Nature Club 4. Girl Reserves 4.
HOULIIiAN, IOIIN FRANCIS
Stamp Club 5, Riding Club 2. Slide Rule
4. Aftermath Board.
f NORTHERN ue:-:Ts
HUNTER, RICHARD EDWARD
Slide Rule ..
HUTTON, GRAHADX TVTACDONALD
INGERSON, RUTH SPENCE
Stamp Club 5, 4, Secretary 5. Nature Club
2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Camera Club 5, 4.
Girls' Tennis 5.
IRVINE, VVALTER GRAVES, IR
Boys' Glee Club 1. Combinecl Chorus 1.
Slifle Rule 4.
IACOBS, EDWARD HEVES
Rifle Club 1. Social Committee.
IOIIANSSON, GERTRUDE CHRISTINE
Gift Committee 4. I
IOHNSON, ME1.v1N JULIUS
Dramatic Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Rowing
Team 5, 4. Rifle Club 5.
IONES, EMERSON SHERMAN
F.F.A. 2, 5, 4. Football 2, 5, 4. Indoor
Track 2, 5, 4. Outdoor Track 2, 5, 4. Cross
Country 2. Baseball 2, 5, 4. Motto Com-
mittee. Fruit Iuclging Team 5, 4.
KEAIINEY, ELEANOR MARY
Student Council 4. French Club 2. Girls'
Glee Club 2, 5. Combined Chorus 5. Field
Hockey 4. Class Basketball 2, 5. Girls'
Tennis 2, 4. Aftermath Board, Eclitor-in-
H Cookie H
KENNEDX', 'FIIOMAS FRANCIS
HHN, DMU .,Smh,,
Nature Club 2, 5. Boys, Glee Club 2, 5.
KILPA'fRlCK, XVALLACE DORMAN
Slide Rule 4.
Q NOPTHEDN LI HTS .
KING, ALAN Ross
Orchestra 1, 2, 5. Band 4.
KIRBY, MARION AIIRELIA
Social Committee 4.
KITTREDGE, IOHN SHEPHERD
"If1'ffy" ulfzlfln "Johnny"
Student Council 5, 4, Treasurer 5. Orchestra
A 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 5, Vice-President 4.
Stamp Club 2, 5. Nature Club 5, 4. De-
mosthenes 4. Hi-Y 2, 5, 4, Secretary 2, 5, 4,
Treasurer 5, 4. Record Board 2, 5.
Radio Club 4, President 4. F.F.A. 1, 2, 5, 4.
Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4.
Ice Hockey 4.
KNIGIIT, CARTER SAGAR
Dramatic Club 5. Rowing Team 2, 5. Boys'
Basketball 2. Indoor Track 1. Baseball 1, 2,
5, 4. Record Board. Social Committee.
KNIGHT, XVINIFRED KATIILEEN
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Girls' Glee Club 1. Class Basketball 1, 2.
H Zombfe H
Camera Club 4. F.F.A. 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer
4. Fruit Iudging Team 4. '
LEANlY, LEONARD FREDERICK
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Librarian 2. Com-
bined Chorus 2, 5, 4, State Manager 2, 4.
Slide Rule 5, 4.
Boys' Glee Club 4. Stamp Club 1, 2.
Riding Club 2.
LESLIE, MARION PATRICIA
LENO, CHARLES RUssELL
Rifle Club 5.
' NOQTHEDN LIGHTS '
LJESPERANCE, RAYBSOND IOHN
Indoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4. Outdoor
Track 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4. Cross Country
5, 4, Captain 4. Baseball 1, 2. Gift Com-
LETSKY, IOIIN STEPHEN
Riding Club 2.
LINKKONE, ARLINE ELEANOR
LOVELL, REBECCA XVEST
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Secretary 5. Com-
bined Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4. Class Basketball
2, 5. Nature Club 5, 4.
LUNDBERG, BERTIL GUSTAV
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
1, 2, 5, 4. Crew 2, 5, 4, Manager 4. Nature
Club 1, 2. Indoor Track 1.
LUTHRINGER, DORIS ELIZABETH
Student Council 5, 4. Girl Reserves 5, 4,
MCCARTHY, IOHN IOSEPH
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Football 1, 2, 5, 4. Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4.
Baseball 5, 4. Indoor Track 1.
MCCRACICEN, IOHN, IR.
Stamp Club. Rifle Club 4. Art Editor,
NTCGEACHEY, EDWARD IAMES
Football 4. Baseball 2, 5, 4.
MCGRAIL, XVINIFRED FRANCES
Girls' Glee Club 2. Girls' Tennis 1. Class
Basketball 2. Nature Club 1.
MCKENNA, XVILLIAM A.
' NOPTHEDN LIGHTS
MCKEOWN, FREDERICK DOUGLAS
Slide Rule 4. lndoor Track 1, 2. Baseball 4.
MIACKENZIPI, XVILLIAM RICIIARD
Boys, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Librarian 2. Com-
bined Chorus 3, 4. Consolidated Chorus 5.
Rowing Team 5. Band Drum Majoi' 4.
NlACKIE, IEANETTE ROSELYN
Rfconf Staff 4. Social Committee.
MIACKOUL, NlCHOI,fXS GEORGE
MANION, ALICE ANN
Crew 5. Riding Club 2.
MARONEY, IAMES BERNARD
Student Council 4. Demosthenes 5. 4. Row-
ing Team 2. Boys, Debating Team.
MARTIN, WVARREN FRANCIS
Record Board 4.
IVXEADE, SHIRLEY MARGARET
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Student Council 4. French Club 2, 5, 4.
Class Basketball 2, 5. Girl Reserves 5, 4,
President 4, Secretary 5.
MINER, RITA REBECCA
lVlOLINF1, GORDON HERBERT
Orchestra l, 2, President 2. Band 3, 4. Slide
Rule 5, 4. Stamp Club 4. Hockey 5. Indoor
Track. Outdoor Track, Assistant Maliager
4. Aftermath Board, Associate Editor.
MOLONEY, IAMES FRANCIS
Student Council 4. Football 4. Indoor Track
2, S, 4. Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4. Cross
Country 5, 4. Class Day Committee.
MORRISON, IRENE THERESA
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Student Council 4. French Club 1, 2, 5, 4,
Vice-President and Secretary 4. Crew 2.
Nature Club 5, 4. Ace of Clubs 4. De-
mosthenes 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Camera
Club 4. Record Board 4. Girl Reserves 5.
Chairman of Senior Gift Committee. Girls'
' NOPTHEDN LIGHTS
NTURPHY, GRACE ELIZABETH
French Club 5, 4. Girls' Glee Club 2. Class
Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4. Varsity Basketball
2, 5, 4. Nature Club 2.
MURRAY, MARIE ELIZABETH
French Club 5, 4.
NAJEMY, ROBERT ELIAS
NELSON, HEI.EN FRANCES
Stamp Club 1.
O'SIIEA, PHYLLIS ELYNNE
Riding Club 5.
GZYBXEK, EUGENE FRANCIS
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French Club 2. Boys, Glee Club 2, 5, 4. Gr-
Chestra 2. Social Committee.
PALM, RUTH VIRGINIA
Girls' Tennis 1. Class Basketball 1, 2.
PALMA, EMMA FRANCES
PARKER, Lois NTADELINE
Dramatic Club 5, 4. Girls' Glee Club 4.
Orchestra 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus 4.
PARMER, ELEANOR RUTII
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Consolidated Or-
chestra 5. Consoliclatecl Chorus 5. Orchestra
A 1, 2, 5, 4, Combined Chorus 2, 3, 4.
PEARSON, PAUL CROSBY
PEASLEY, VIRGINIA ALICE
NTACDONALD, FLORENCE EDITH
Dramatic Club 5, 4.
NTACQUESTON, AGNES ELEANOR
Girls, Glee Club 3, 4, President 5, Treasurer.
Combined Chorus 5, 4, President 5, Treasurer
PEEL, ROBERT KENNETH
Radio Club ...
PERRY, MARIORIE ARVILLA
Student Council 4. Field Hockey 2, 5, 4,
Manager 4. Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4,
Captain 2, 5. Varsity Basketball l, 2, 5, 4,
Captain 4. Recnrrl Board. I
PETERSON, PHYLLIS LILLIAN
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Field Hockey 2, 5. Class Basketball 1, 2, 4.
PIERSON, PAUL ERNEST
Stamp Club 5, 4.
PONVFIR, MARY DE PAUL
Girls' Cvlee Club 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
2, 5, 4, Secretary 4.
PRYOR, ALYS IACQUELINE
Orchestra 5, 4. Band 4. Class Basketball 2.
Varsity Basketball 2. Stamp Club 5.
RAMSEY, HAROLD WARREN
Boys' Glee Club 4. Rifle Club 4.
RICARDI, PETER DINO
Football 5, 4. Baseball 5, 4. Hockey 4.
RIDLEY, EDGAR MORTIMER
QUINN, IOIIN IOSEPH
5, NORTHERN LIGHTS
RIENDEAU, BURTON FRANCIS
RIORDAN, XVALTER ARTHUR
Boys' Glee Club 5, 4. Tennis 2, 5, 4. Stamp
Club 5, 4. Rifle Club 2. Golf 2, 5, 4. Foot-
ball 1. Cross Country 1, 2. Baseball 4.
ROBERTS, EVA LUCY
Girls' Glee Club 5. Combined Chorus 5.
Ross, IOHN FRANCIS
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. Stamp Club 5, 4.
ROURKE, BARBARA ANN
ROY, PAUL THEODORE
Bovs' Glee Club 1, 2. Combined Chorus 1, 2.
Crew 5, 4. Indoor Track l, 2.
RUNEERO, ELEANORE ANN
ST. GEORGE, ALFRED ARTHUR
Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4. Hockey 4.
SAKRISON. MAY PAULINE
Dramatic Club 2. French Club 2.
SANTIMAW, MAY ALICE
SANTOIAN, BERI GABRIEL
SCANLON, MARY BRENDAN
Class Basketball l, 2. Tennis 2, 5, 4.
', NOPTHEDN LIGHTS
SCIIEDIN, DORIS ELIZABETH
Dramatic Club 5, 4, Secretary 4.
SCHMIDT, NORMAN BERNARD
Student Council 2, 5, 4. Dramatic Club 5, 4.
Boys' Glee Club 2, 5. Combined Chorus 2, 5.
Crew 1. Stamp Club l, 2, President and
Vice-President 2. Nature Club 5, Sergeant-
at-Arms. Rifle Club 4. Demosthenes 4.
Hi-Y 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4. Camera
Club 4, President Iunior Class 5. Cross Coun-
try 5. Record Board. Aftermath Board.
SCOTT, ELNIER THEODORE
Football 5, 4. Indoor Track 4. Baseball 5, 4.
Hockey 4. Senior Class Treasurer.
SCRICCO, MICHAEL IOHN
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SIMPSON, SHIRLEY SHANNON
French Club, Secretary 4. Dramatic Club
SISKO, ARTHUR XVILLYAM
SKLUT, LEONORA ELIZABETH
Riding Club 5. Girl Reserves 2, 5, Secretary 5.
Dramatic Club 5, 4, Treasurer 4. Boys' Glee
Club l, 2, 4. Consolidated Chorus 2. Or-
chestra l, 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4. Combined
Chorus 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 5. Nature
Club 2, 5. Demosthenes 2, 5. HifY 5, 4.
Slide Rule 5. Chess Club 4. Iunior Class
SPRAGUE, FLORENCE MAE
STODDARD, HENRY THEODORE
Football 5, 4. Boys' Basketball 5, 4. Social
STROUT, BARBARA COLSON
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5. Combined Chorus
1, 2, 5.
Girls' Glee Club 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
2, 5, 4.
1 NORTHERN LIGHTS
SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE THERESE
A - .,
SULLIVAN, IAMES JOSEPH
Boys' Glee Club 2, 5. Outdoor Track 1
SULLIVAN, PAUL FRANCIS
Band 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4. A
Nature Club 2. F.F.A. 1, 2, 5, 4. Fruit
SYMONDS, MERRILL AUGUSTUS
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Camera Club 4.
THAYER, DONALD TURNER
Rifle Club 4.
TRULSON, DOROTHY ELIZABETH
U Illarjie ' '
Nature Club 1. Demosthenes Club 3, 4,
Secretary 4. Camera Club 4, Treasurer 4.
VAN XVERT, DAVID ELMER
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Record Board 4.
SPlLLANE, EDXVARD WILLIAIVX
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Boys' Basketball 4. Baseball 4.
JA NORTHERN Luc:-:Ts
Girls' Glee Club 2. Class Basketball l, 2, 5, 4.
Varsity Basketball 2, 5, 4.
VENTRESCA, DOMENIC RALPH
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VIENS, ROGER GEORGE
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XVALSH, IAMES TELESPHORE
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XVENNERBERG, ROLAND CARLTON
Student Council 4. Crew 2, 5. Rifle Club 5
Demosthenes, Treasurer 4. Hi-Y, Vice-
President 4. Slide Rule 5, 4. Camera Club 5, 4.
XVHITE, DOROTHY ANNE
XVIIITING, GORDON ARCHIE, IR.
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Stamp Club 4.
XVINBERG, NORMA CHRISTINE
French Club 2, 5. Girls' Glee Club 2, 5, 4.
Combined Chorus 5, 4. Camera Club 4.
XVINSLOVV, DOROTHY EVELYN
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
5, 4. Nature Club 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4,
XVRIGIIT, ELEANOR IOYCE
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4. Combined Chorus
2, 5, 4.
ZAMARRO, VICTOR LOUIS
FINNEGAN, MARY CLARE
K.ALI,IO, XVALTER OLAVE
KAKNERVCJ, HENRY ILMAR1
Radio Club 1, 2, 5, 4.
XVUORINEN, VOITTO ARMAS
C NORTHERN Luca-ITS
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
RICHARD CANTWELL, Chairman
IRENE MORRISON, Chairman
MURIEL BLACKWOOD GERTRUDE IOHANSSON
GRETAL CARLSON, Chairman
IOHN CRIMMINS, Chairman
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COYLE, DESPERANCE, FORZLEY, MARONEY, LLOYD, WENNERBERG, WILSON, BEAUDOIN
GALLANT, SCHMIDT, D. NYMAN, B. GAINES, N. BIANCHI, BARTLETT, ERIKSON
MALONEY, E. HAMMOND, A. MCLEOD, THAYER, R. BRENNAN, I. DOW, ADAMS
M. USHER V. BOHLIN
GARRITY, G. CARLSON, MR. SHERWIN, B. BALLOU, CROTTY
my Nos:-T1-uiram Lacs 1-ws A
Arthur Garrity CRecord Boardb, Praridenl
Barbara Ballon QRecord Boardb, Vice-Pl'eJz'denZ
Gretel Carlson CGirls' Athleticsb, Secrefary
Iames Crotty QSenior Classj, Tfealmref'
lack Lloyd Uunior Classj, Selyean!-af-fifmtr
Iames lVIaroney QBoys' Athleticsl, Sergeant-af-ffrmf
Jack Adams-Ace of Clubs
Herbert Berg-F. F. A.
Norma Bianchi-Dramatic Club
Evelyn Borgeson-Junior Class
Norma BoulaykFrench Club
Ruth Brennanefiirl Reserves
Ruth CohnfGirl Reserves
Roger Corey-Radio Club
Thomas Coyle-Camera Club
Sam Dellolioelunior Class
Irene Dow7Dramatic Club
Emmons Fales-F. F. A.
Helen Forsberg-Record Board
Mitchell ForzleyFStamp Club
Beatrice Gaines-Senior Class
Ernest Gallant-Rifle Club
Harry Cvustafson-Stamp Club
Elinor Hammond-Field Club
Ernest Hooks-Stamp Club
Warrin Ioudrey-F. F. A.
Iohn Klar-Radio Club
Doris Luthringer-Girl Reserves
Shirley Meade-Girl Reserves
Irene lVIorrisonfFrench Club
Norman Schmidt CHi-YD
Elmer Scott-Senior Class
Hugo Snickers-Radio Club
Paul TracyfField Club
Robert Williamsffiecord Board
FARRAR, BARTLETT, LLOYD, I. PETERSON, BUTLER, NELSON, MUNYAN
ADAMS, KEARNEY, SMITH, SCHMIDT, VARIABEDIAN, FULLER
E. HAMMOND, I. MORRISON, MARTIN, N. BIANCHI, ERIKSON, H. FORSBERG, N. BEAMAN
I. DOW I. MACKIE
B. GAINES, GARRITY, MISS MCCLURE, WILLIAMS, B. BALLOU
I NOFPTHEPN LIGHTS 5
Beatrice Gaines, '57
Robert Williams, '59
Barbara Ballou, '57
Helen Forsberg, '57
Florence Hayden, '57
lack Adams, '57
Paul Nelson, '58
Robert Smith, '59
Nancy Beaman, '58
Arthur Garrity, '57
Paul Kearney, '59
Lee Bartlett, '57
Winthrop Munyon, '58
Anthony Varjabedian, '57
Irene Morrison, '57
Douglas Butler, '58
Irene Dow, '57
Ieanette Mackie, '57
Norma Bianchi, '57
Norman Schmidt, '57
Iames Fuller, '58
lack Lloyd, '58
Gordon Erikson, '58
Elinor Hammond, '57
Richard Farrar, '58
Warren Martin, '57
Richard Gilbert, '57
Iune Peterson, '57
ELLISON, CURTIS, M. DOLAN, R. SCHEDIN, DEL ROSSO
E. BORGESON, L. PARKER, M. SOHLSTROM, E. BECKER, R. ANDERSON, A. COSTELLO, S. WIDERBERG
S. VAN DER PYL, I. DOW, N. BIANCHI, D. SCHEDIN, S. SIMPSON
NOQT1-4 1-:LPN LIGHTS
Norma Bianchi, Preffdenf
Doris Schedin, Secrelaruy
Irene Dow, Vice-PreJL'a'en1f
Melvin Johnson, Treatmrer
Lewis Atwood, Ir. Norma Forsberg
Stephen Del Rosso
Shirley Van der Pyl
Harry Gustafson, Prerridenf
Iessie Benson, Secrelafy
Mitchel Forzley, Vice-PreJZffenf
Philip Peterson, Treauzrer
COYLE, DONOGHUE, KITTREDGE, GARRITY, KNIGHT, KEARNEY, ERIKSON
DOLAN, CROTTY, SMITH, E. BECKER, MR. HOLMES, M. EKDAHL, VIOLA, BRAZILE, ADAMS
R. COHN I. BENSON
M. USHER, WENNERBERG, E. BORGESON, MARONEY, I. MORRISON
g g NOQTHEQN LIGHTS M
Evelyn Borgeson, Preirldenf Iames Maroney, Vice-PreJia'enl
Marjorie Usher, Secrehzry Roland Wennerberg, Trearurer
Flint! Senzarfer Second Semerrler
Norman Schmidt, Pf6Jl'd6l1f Norman Schmidt, PreJZdenZ
Winthrop Wilson, Vice-Prerrfrlenf Roland Wennerberg, Vice-Pre.ridenf
Gordon Erikson, Secretary Gordon Copp, Secrefary
Iohn Kittredge, Treafwvr Frederick Flagg, TreaJ1,u'er
Edward Kovar, Sefyyeanl-af-drnfz.r Edward Kovar, Sefjqeanzf-al-ffrmae
Arthur De VVaele
Richard Farrar Qfirst semester only? William Wood
FIELD AND FOREST CLUB
CHIN, KOVAR. WILLIAMS, I. HELLBERG, KITTREDGE, BRIGHAM, ADAMS
I. BENSON, R. INGERSON, P, HEDLUND, P. HAGBERG, R. LOVELL, S. SNOW, M. SOHLSTROM
KIRKPATRICK, V. GRAY, E. HAMMOND, D. WINSLOW, COYLE
NODTHEPN LIGHTS ,Q
FIELD AND FOREST CLUB
Elinor Hammond, PreJz'a'en! Victoria Gray, Vice-Pre rmfenf
Dorothy Winslow, Secrelary Thomas Coyle, Treaawzrer
John Klar, PFEJl.d6l1f
- Irene Morrison
Hugo Snickers, Vice-Prcnrzdenf
Donald Mackintosh, Secrefary David Robertson, Treaxufer
Alphonse Balchunas Ernest Hooks
I NOPTHEPN LIGHTS
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
Norma Bianchi, Praridenf Norma Boulay, VL'C6'Pf6Jl.d6Hf
Irene Morrison, Secrelary Stephen Del Rosso, Trea.mr'er'
Ruth Akerlund Raymond Ellison
Pauline Arland Rosemary Ermilio
Kenneth Brigham Louise Gray
Roberta Carlson Betty Moulton
Philip Chin Elvira Gtterson
Eleanor Dahrilla Shirley Van der Pyl
Stephen Del Rosso Gladys Wist
Kenneth Anderson Mary McAuliffe
Lewis Atwood Mary G'Connor
Iessie Benson Dorothy Pierce
Wilton Dadmun Phyliss Simoneau
Annie Demirjian Robert Smith
Barbara Doe Ruth Symonds
Eleanor Iuhola Margaret Somalio
Sylvia Lewis Margie Wentzell
Winthrop Wilson, Prewidenl Thomas Coyle, Vice-Prefidenzf
Reginald Farrar, Secretary Ierome Howe, Tl'6dJlfll'6l'
Ruth Anderson Henry Flink Richard Glson
Alfred Bukon Arthur Garrity Philip Peterson
Kenneth Brooks Harry Gustafson Charles Rikas
Radcliffe Choate Ierome Howe Marvin Richard
Thomas Coyle Gscar Hagherg Marjorie Usher
Alfred Crommett Hiag Koobatian Roland Wennerherg
ames Dykens lane McAvoy Norma Winherg
Gordon Erikson Earl Merritt Winthrop Wilson
Reginald Farrar Ralph Merritt
Richard Farrar Paul Nelson
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NOPTH EP N Ll G HTS
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Stacy Cole, Ir.
SOLOWAY, IACKSON, WOOD, MUNYAN, KOVAR, THURLOW, BARTLETT
BABSON, HOFFMAN, TRUELSON, MCCOLL, OZIMEK, STANTON, LYSIK, JOHNSON
TAEELIEAMSDELL, L. PARKER, M. FRIBERG, BEAUDOIN, KOT, LUUKKO, S. BURNHAM, D. RANDALL, BERG
E. PARMER, HOWE, THAYER, MISS REED, HOLMES, M. CONLON, O. BURNHAM
NOPTHEPN LI G HTS
David Kaplan, Dz'recz'0r
ORCHESTRA A O
Mabel Reed, Dlreclor'
Stephen Del Rosso
David Van VVert
NOFPTHEPN Ll G HTS
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Stephen Del Rosso
Arthur De VVade
GIRLS' HOCKEY SQUAD
E. HAMMOND, C. FOSTER, M. IUDGE, H. SIMMONS, S. LEWIS, E. BROWN
E. HARDING, P. HAGBERG, MISS DREW, B. BALLOU, I. LEGG
M. CALLAHAN, I. PETERSON, CAPT. B. GAINES, G. CARLSON, B. FIELD
NOFPTHEPN LI G HTS
FIELD HOCKEY SQUAD
Beatrice Gaines, Captain
Iune Peterson, Jlafiager
North O South
North 2 Classical
North 0 South
North 0 Classical
North 0 Commerce
North 0 Commerce
GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD
I. DAVIS, V. AMIDON, P. HAGBERG, MISS DREW, M. RAFFERTY, G. FIELD, W. SCHRODER
E. ANDERSON, S. HINES, A. MCLEOD, M. JUDGE, B. PIERCE, B. ANDERSON, M. TAPPER
D. VAUGHAN L. GRAY
B. FIELD, G. CAULSON, CAPT. I. PETERSON, G. MURPHY, V. DEREZ
L. LAVENDIER, D. THOMAS, B. CANTWELL, E. KEARNEY, S. ARMSTRONG, E. CUSHMAN
l NOPTHEQN LIGHTS 5
Iune Peterson, Caplain
Gretel Carlson, Jlanagel'
' Classical 51
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Qaozsagaq. 5, fgsemzsaf
D. Q' A
CANTWELL, SCOTT, BARRETT, WILSON, STODDARD, SULLIVAN, DELLOLIO
IACOBSON, CAPT. CROTTY, MR. OTT, CRIMMINS, RICARDI
MCGEACHEY, FULLER, IONES, VACCA, CAMARRA
A NO THEPN Luo:-ws
Iames Crotty, Capt.
Albert Reeves 6
Edward lVlcGeachey Robert Williams
John Mahoney William Vacca
Robert Barrett Robert Earley
Timothy Connors Angelo Manero
'William Monahan Donald Fuller
North 0, Fitchburg 6 North 0, Commerce 28
North 12, Bartlett 0 North 7, South 6
North 6, Classical O North 0, Haverhill 55
North 0, Everett 15
SAWIN, MCMEEKIN, IENKINS, VALENTINE, CRIMMINS, WITT
ANDERSON, A. DEDERIAN, HUEY, O. DEDERIAN, KRAKOWSKI, F. MALONEY
I. MOLONEY, IONES, CAPT. L'ESPERANCE, BGSTIC, MR. OTT
COX, CROTTY, CRAVEDI, BIANCHI
Q, NODTH 1-:QN Llc 1-:Ts
INTER-HIGH INDOOR MEET
High Iump-lst, Harris, H.S.C.g 2nd, L'Esperance, N.H.S., Tinker, S.H.S.,
4th, Nlcllleekin, N.H.S., Bostic, N.H.S.-5 ft., 9 in.
600-Yard Run-lst, Tones, N.H.S., 2nd, Kleiza, H.S.C., 5rd, Cox, N.H.S.g
4th, Sawin, N.H.S.-l.2l.
27-Yard Hurdles-First Heat: lst, L'Esperance, N.H.S.: 2nd, Sweeney, H.S.C.
Second Heat: lst, Dougall, H.S.C., 2nd, Trychon, C.H.S.-4.1
Third Heat: lst, Bostic, N.H.S., 2nd, Crimmins, N.H.S.-4.1.
Final: lst, L'Esperance, N.H.S., 2nd, Trychon, C.H.S.g
5rd, Bostic, N.H.S., Dougall, H.S.C.-4.
25-Yard Dash-First Heat: lst, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, Cravedi, N.H.S.e5.5.
Second Heat: lst, Bostic, N.H.S., 2nd, Crotty, N.H.S.-5.5.
Third Heat: lst, O'Leary, C.H.S.: 2nd, Levy, H.S.C.-5.5.
Final: lst, Cravedi, N.H.S., 2nd, Crotty, N.H.S., 5rd, Cyr,
H.S.C., 4th, Bostic, N.H.S.-5.1.
300-Yard Dash4lst, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, Sweeney, H.S.C., 5rd, L'Esperance,
N.H.S., Levy, H.S.C.Y4l.5.
Standing Broad lump-lst, Bostic, N.H.S.-9 ft., 9M in., 2nd, Ienkins, H.S.C.-
9 ft., 6 in., 5rd, Ienkins, N.H.S., 9 ft., 3M in., 4th, Dougall, H.S.C.Y9 ft.,
12-Pound Shotput-lst, Scott, N.H.S.f42 ft., ll in., 2nd, Rudzinski, HSC.-
42 ft., 8 in., 5rd, Pusateri, H.S.C.-42 ft., 5M in., 4th, Bostic, N.H.S.4
41 ft., ll in.
l,000-Yard Run-lst, lllaloney, N.H.S., 2nd, Coleman, H.S.C., 5rd, Fournier,
S.H.S., 4th, lVlcGlynn, H.S.C.42.52.2.
1,000-Yard Varsity Relay-lst, Sweeney, Kleiza, Levy, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd,
Cravedi, Ienkins, L'Esperance, Iones, N.H.S.-2.2l.5.
North 49M Commerce 59 South AIM Classical 5
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INTER-HIGH OUTDOOR MEET
First Heat: lst, R. Cyr, H.S.C.g 2nd, O'Leary, C.H.S.
5rd, K. Anderson, N.H.S.-25.5.
Second Heat: lst, Bianchi, N.H.S., 2nd, R. Cravedi, N.H.S.
5rd, R. Green, C.H.S.-25.5.
Final: lst, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, Cravedi, N.H.S., 5rd, O'Leary
C.H.S., 4th, Bianchi, N.H.S.e.22.2. CBetters record ot'
22.4 made by G. Brooks, C.H.S., 1950, but not allowed
because of wind.j
, F. Fleming, C.H.S., 2nd, F. Maloney, N.H.S., 5rd, R. Cox,
N.H.S., 4th, W. Stanton, S.H.S.f4.46.6.
l20-Yard High Hurdles Cfinalj-lst, lflfsperance, N.H.S.g 2nd, W. Mcllleekin,
N.H.S.g 5rd, Crimmins, N.H.S., 4th, L. Dougall, H.S.C.-.l6.2. tNew
record .l6.4 made by Barron, N.H.S., l927.j
440-Yard Dash-lst, O'Leary, H.S.C.g 2nd, E. Iones, N.H.S., 5rd, R. Lapoint,
R. Wiik, H.S.C.f.54.4.
-First Heat: lst, R. Abbot, C.H.S., 2nd, R. Cravedi, N.H.S.-
Second Heat: lst, R. Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, O'Leary, C.H.S.-
Third Heat: lst, M. Ienkins, H.S.C., 2nd, O. Dederian
Final: lst, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, Ienkins, H.S.C., 5rd, O'Leary
C.H.S., 4th, Dederian, N.H.S.-.l0.6.
e-lst, McGlynn, H.S.C., 2nd, Sullivan, C.H.S.g 5rd, A
Sawin, N.H.S., 4th, R. Cox, N.H.S.-2.l0.8.
220-Yard Low Hurdles Cfinallglst, W. lVlclVleeliin, N.H.S., 2nd, Crirnniins,
N.H.S.g 5rd, L'Esperance, N.H.S.g 4th, Sweeney, H.S.C.-26.5.
High lump-lst, H. Harris, H.S.C., 2nd, L'Esperance, N.H.S., 5rd, W. Bostic
N.H.S.g 4th, tie between VV. lVlclVleekin, N.H.S., and L. Dougall, H.S.C.-
5 ft., 9M in.
Pole Vault-lst, C. Hebert, S.H.S., 2nd, tie between H. Colburn, H.S.C., and
H. Lessard, H.S.C., 4th, G. Baroud, N.H.S.-10 ft.
H.S.C. C19 ft., l1in.j,5rd, W. Bostic, N.H.S. C19 ft
Started 650 agate.
l in.j5 2nd, H. Harris
., 5 in.Qg 4th, Cyr, H.S.C
Iurnpflst, M. Ienkins, H.S.C. C20 ft.,
Cl9 ft., 4M in.D.
l2-Pound Shotput-lst, E. Scott, N.H.S. C44 ft., 4M in.j, 2nd, S. lablonski
C.H.S. C42 ft., 6M in.D3 5rd, V. Rudzinslii, H.S.C. fell ft., 10M in.Dg 4th
N.H.S. C41 ft., 5M in.D.
-lst, O'Leary, Sweeney, Ienliins, Cyr, H.S.C., 2nd, Crimmins
nes, L'Esperance, N.H.S., 5rd, C.H.S.fl.55.9.
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INTER-HIGH SENIOR MEET
High lump-lst, L'Esperance, N.H.S., Zncl, McCabe, H.S.C., 5rd, Bostic,
N.H.S.g 4th, Oraz, H.S.C.-5 ft., 10 in.
17-Yard Dash-lst, Crotty, N.H.S., 2nd, Melican, S.H.S.g 5rd, L'Esperance,
N.H.S.g 4th, Ienkins, N.H.S.-1.8.
21-Yard Hurdles-lst, L'Esperance, N.H.S., 2nd, Crimmins, N.H.S., 5rd, Bostic,
N.H.S.g 4th, Moline, N.H.S.f5.2.
600-Yard Run-lst, Iones, N.H.S.g 2nd, Fernane, H.S.C.g 5rd, Klieza, H.S.C.,
4th, Pieniazek, H.S.C.-l.2l.2.
500-Yard Run-lst, L'Esperance, N.H.S.g 2nd, Levy, H.S.C., 5rd, Ienkins,
N.H.S.3 4th, Iosephs, H.S.C.e55.4. -
1,000-Yard Run-lst, Maloney, N.H.S.g 2nd, Poskus, H.S.C.g 5rd, Fleming,
N.H.S.g 4th, Crotty, N.H.S.-2.55.
Standing Broad lump-lst, Bostic, N.H.S.g Zncl, Hadaraskas, C.H.S., 5rd,
McCabe, H.S.C.g 4th, Ienkins, N.H.S.-9 ft., 10M in.
12-Pound Shotpuf-lst, Bostic, N.H.S., 2nd, Viola, N.H.S., 5rd, Ruclzinski,
H.S.C.g 4th, Chaleki, H.S.C.f42 ft., M in.
Relay-lst, Crimmins, Ienkins, Iones, L'Esperance, N.H.S., 2nd, Kleiza, Levy,
Iosephs, Fernane, H.S.C.-1.45.
North 65 Classical 5
Commerce 25 South 5
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ST. GEORGE, GENTILE, CANTVVELL, LAVIN, DELLOLIO
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C. Anderson, p Cantwell, 5b
Lavin, p Dellolio, lf
Camarra,1h Jones, cf
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NOFPTHEPN LIG I'-'ITS
Iames Crotty, Caplain
Iohn Harris William English
Gordon Erickson Iohn McCracken
April 27 North 6 Nichols Iunior College 0
May 5 North 7 Nichols Iunior College 2
May 6 North 5M Commerce 5M
May 7 North 75' Nashua IM
May ll North 695 Classical 2M
May 20 North 55' South 5M
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St. Petcr's 57
St. Bernard,s 50
New England School ofAccount1ng 17
Commerce 26 V
Sacred Heart Academy 25
St. 1ohn's 9
Sacred Heart Academy 22
Clark Iayvees 17
St. Bernard's 25
St. Iohn's 51
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Alfred St. George
North 1, Athol High 4 North 5, Classical High 0
North 7, South High O North 2, Worcester Academy 1
North 5, Pomfret Academy 0 North 2, Worcester Academy 1
North 1, Commerce High 0 North 4, Hudson High 1
North 5, Mt. St. Charles Academy 2
Won 8, Lost 1
Alfred St. George Albert Reeves
Thomas Greaney, Caplafn Warren Ioudrey
Herbert Klaucke Richard Gilbert, Manager
CAPT. JOHN UESPERANCE
Holder of the Inter-High record
for the 120-yard high hurdles, 16.2
seconds. He lowered 'che former rec-
ord of 16.4 seconds, held by Barron
of North 1927, at the annual Inter-
High Class Games, May 19, 1957.
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Father: "Whatl and with your new pants on?"
Sammy: "Yes, I didn't have time to take them off."
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Bill: "I'm not hshing. Ilm only teaching this worm to swim.
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Smart: f'What's the difference between a hairdresser and a
Slow: "I dunno, what?"
Smart: "A hairdresser curls up and dyes, and a sculptor makes
faces and busts."
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Give me a plain soda without any flavor."
"What kind of a flavor would you like it without?"
"Oh, Ild like it without vanilla flavor."
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"Now, boys," said the teacher to the geography class, "I want
you to bear in mind that the afhx 'stan' means 'the place off Thus
we have Afghanistan, the place of Afghans-also Hindustan, the
place of Hindus. Can anyone give another example?"
Nobody appeared very anxious to do so until little Iohnny
Snaggs, the joy of his mother and the terror of cats, said proudly,
"Yes sir, I can. Umbrellastan, the place for Umbrellas."
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A teacher giving a lecture on the rhinoceros found her class not
paying her all the attention it should.
"Now children," she said, "if you want to realize a true hideous
picture of this animal you must keep your eyes fixed on me."
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A dear old lady once visited the Zoological Gardens. After
wandering about for some time she went up to a keeper and tapped
him on the shoulder.
"I want to ask you," she said, "which of the animals in the Zoo
you consider the most remarkable?"
The keeper scratched his head for a While. "Well, mum," he
said at length, "after consideration, as you might say, I've come to
the conclusion that the prize goes to the laughing hyena."
"Indeedl" said the old lady. "And why do you consider the
laughing hyena so remarkable?"
"Well, ma'am," the keeper replied, "he only has a sleep once a
month, an' he only has a drink once a year, so what he's got to laugh
about is more than a mystery to mel"
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Father tto sonlz "How did I get my education? Dad used to
take me across his knee. He certainly made me smartln
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There are several ways of using baked ham. One of the best
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Farmer's scout son: "Don't you like short tramps?"
Farmer: "No, nor tall ones either."
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Teacher: "Dick, why were you absent yesterday?"
Dick: "Beacuse I had a toothachef'
Teacher fsympatheticallyb: "Does it still ache?"
Dick: "I dunno."
Teacher: "You don't know?" Cher suspicion growingb.
Dick: "Why, no, I left it at the dentist's."
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Ben: "Will you please explain to me the difference hetween
shillings and pence'?I'
Hur: "You can walk down the street without shillings."
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Mrs. Newrich Cat art exhihitionj: "What are those scratchy-
looking pictures, Bill?,'
Mr. Newrich: Hltchings, my dear, itchingsf'
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Perplexed oriental: "Our children velly White. ls velly stlangef,
Spouse: "VVell-occidents will happen."
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Disgustcd second: "No, hut keep swinging. The draft might
give him a cold."
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"Have you given the goldfish fresh water'?,'
"No, ma'am, they ain't finished the water I gave them yester-
r day, yet."
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A negro minister was preaching on the horrors of hell. "There
will he weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth," he prophesied.
"But ah ain't got no teeth," moaned Mandy.
"Teeth will he furnished," the minister assured her.
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"What did you do last summer?"
"I worked in Des Moines."
"Coal or iron?"
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"N-no. They s-s-said I W-W-wasn't t-t-tall enough."
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A negro was trying to saddle a fractions mule, when a hystander
"Does that mule ever kick you, Sam?"
"No suh, hut he sometimes kicks Where l'se 'ies' heenf'
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Tenderfoot: "Say, Harold, did you know that I had a new job?
First Class Scout: "No, what is it?"
Tenderfoot: "Oh, I'm blacksmith down to the candy kitchen.
First Class Scout: "I don't get you, what do you mean?,'
Tenderfoot: Hlust what I said, I shoo flies."
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Teacher: "Now, I want you pupils to be so quiet that you could
hear a pin drop."
Small voice in hack of the room when everything was quiet:
"Let 'er drop."
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A colored gentleman named Joshua Iohnson was arrested for
making whiskey. When his case was called, the judge jokingly
asked him if he was any relation to the Ioshua that made the sun
stand still. "No suh," replied Joshua, "I,se no 'lation to dat guy,
but Iise the real and 'riginal Joshua dat made de moonshinef'
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Rastus: "Say, Sam, wanta buy a mule?"
Sam: "What ails de mule?"
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Nearest Native: ",Tain't no use, mister. That's him you've
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A farmer on his way hack to the farm house, looked over a tall
hedge that hounded a meadow. Among the grass and wild flowers
he saw a pale city chap and a hull. The hull was pawing the ground.
City Chap: "Heyl ls this bull safe?U
Farmer: "Safer than you are.',
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Mr. Newlyweds "Now, dear, you have no cause for jealousy,
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this morning. U
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husband got six months."
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Speaker: 'fWhat's that?"
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