North High School - Northern Lights Yearbook (Worcester, MA)
- Class of 1940
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EVERETT G. SHERWIN, Principal
WILLARD K. FRENCH, 11.rJl.rlanl Principal
KATHERINE M. KELLIHER, Clerk
CORNELIA M. DONOVAN, d.r.rz'.rlanl Clerk
ELIZABETH ALLEN, Englrlrh, Llbraiy
WINIFRED G. BAKER, Englllrh
GENEVIEVE K. BALL, Kllalhemalicw
ANNA R. BISSONNETTE, French
MILDRED L. BRENNAN, Ifnglzlrh
LAWRENCE YV. BRIGHAM, Hll.Ff0l1V
FLORENCE G. CANNON, Spanlwh
IENNIE D. CARRUTHERS, Engliflz
GEORGE B. CASHEN, fllalhenzalfw
RUSSELL V. CORSINI, Chemzlrlqzf
CARA F. DILLINGHAM, French
FRANKLIN B. DOWD, French
HELEN M. DOWNEY, French, German
RUTH C. DREW, Phyalcal Erlucallon
MARTHA FAGERSTROM, Ifzlrloqy
W. ROSCOE FLETCHER, Chefnzlrlly, PhyJz'c.r
HAROLD D. GAGNON, 1Jl1.ljJ'll0lQQlf
IOHN E. GIFFORD, Iigrlculiurc, Science
ROLLAND R. GREENWOOD, Engllmh
MARY E. GUERIN, Zodlotqy
SAMUEL F. HOLMES, Englzzfh
HERVEY F. HOUGHTON, Zllalhemalfca'
CARL IOHNSON, Phy.rz'c.r, fllalhemallcm
DAVID D. KAPLAN, fI1u.r1'c
G. ANDREW KARLSON, Jgrlcullure, Science
RALPH A. LANE, Spanzlrh, Alqelnra
ANDREW XV. LOVE, .fgrlcullurc
ALICE M. MALONEY, Lalln
ANNA T. MARBLE, Ifngliwlz
ANNA D. IVICAULIFFE, .fri
KATHERINE S. MCCAFFERTY, El1glI.JlZ
EVELYN B. MCCLURE, lfngllwh
FRANK P. MCNAMARA, Jlalhemafzcf
MARGARET YV. O'BRIEN, Englllrh
MARTIN O'MALLEY, Phy.flolagy
ALBERT C. OTT, Phiymlcal Erlucailon
G. NORMAN PALSER, Xllechanfcal Dfllwlgll-II
ALICE E. PHILLIPS, French
MABEL S. REED, 17lu.rcc
ETHEL L. RIDER, Bofany
ELISE ROCHELEAU, French
HARRIET E. ROE, Englzlrh
HAROLD E. STONE, 17lalhemallc.r
MARY A. R. STREETER, Lailn
IOHN F. SULLIVAN, Lailn, Hzlriory
H. LOUIS THOMPSON, Jlechanlcal Drawing
OLIVE TOLMAN, Lailn
RUTH TOMLINSON, Hixlory, lfconomfar
A. HARRY WHEELER, Jlalhemallw'
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WILLIAM ITALIANO, Italian
KENNETH LADNER, Jlechanlcal Dracvfng
NORTHERN LIGHTS BOARD
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iANSON, GUST.-XFSON, CRIMMINS, CROWE, MR. FRENCH, MUXVOY, BENSON, DAUPHINEE, MQCREA
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BERNARD POWER ir! Edlior
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Prewident, WARREN S. CONLON
Vice-Pre.f1'a'ent, ELIZABETH CANTWELL
Treawurer, IOHN LEARY
S ecre lary, ELIZABETH A. POWER
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE
ROBERT BUTLER, Chairman
CHESTER CLAFLIN SALLY LEWIS
IOHN COHN ELLEN MULLINS
MARIE HAGGERTY KNOWLTON RICE
CARLE HIGHBERG BETTY THOMAS
PAUL MOLLOY, Chairman
ELEANOR CUSHMAN ALICE GRAY
DAVID W. EATON GEORGE KENTROS
JAMES EVANS GEORGE PERRY
MARIETTA KETTULA, Chairman
ENID ANDERSON LOUISE MCAVOY
DONALD TAYLOR, Chairman
GRACE BRAITHWAITE VIRGINIA HANSON
BETTY BRESNAHAN PHILIP HASTINGS
ELEANOR CUSHMAN EDWARD MARRONE
EDWARD DOLAN ROGER ROBERGE
MARGARET HAIR DONALD THURLOW
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
DAVID W. EATON, Chairman
ALFRED BATTISTA ELAINE ESSEN
RICHARD CRONICAN ELIZABETH HALL
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WARREN S. CONLON CARLE HIGHBERG
B. BARNARD D'EWAR'I' MARY A. KITTREDGE
ANNA ERESIAN BERNARD POWER
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WASHINGTON TRIUMPHANT . . Schad
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS . Warren Conlon
CAPRICCIO BRILLANT ......... Jlendelmohn
MARY ALICE KITTREDGE, CLASS P1AN1sT
CLASS HISTORY . . B. Barnard D'Ewart
TALES FROM VIENNA WOODS ..... . Slraumr
ANNA ERESIAN, CLASS VOCALIST
CLASS ORATION . Bernard Power
THE STUDENT PRINCE ..... . Romberg
PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT . . . Warren Conlon
ACCEPTANCE by Principal Everett G. Sherwin
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CARLE w. HIGHBERG, CLASS INSTRUMENTALIST
CLASS SONG .... . Senior Class
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Clamrmalew and FrZend.r:
Speaking in behalf of the Senior Class, it gives me great pleasure
to welcome you to our Class Day exercises.
Through the patient encouragement of the faculty, we have
reached a goal which four years ago seemed almost unattainable.
I know it is a source of deep satisfaction, not only to each and
every member of this class but, to all those parents and teachers
who have helped us in our efforts, to realize that these efforts have
been crowned with success.
It is our hope that our future activities may lead us to other
and greater achievements. At least we have learned that success
cannot be attained without intelligent painstaking effort.
We stand upon the threshold of a perilous era, but with the
thorough training that we have received here at North High School,
we should be able to conduct ourselves as behooves future citizens
of the United States.
The Class of 1940 extends its welcome to you all.
BERNARD I. POWER
As we ride in our crowded street cars, our busses, or our subways,
we see almost everyone with his eyes glued to newspapers that shout,
in blaring headlines and in morbid wirephotos, the destruction and
slaughter that are raging in Europe today. The European war is the
chief topic of conversation, the most important news, but tucked away
in a little corner on page 6 is a tiny two inch paragraph that tells of
the number of thousands unemployed in the United States. This
small paragraph tells a big story. It shows that there are still huge
problems in America, mainly unemployment, labor troubles, farming,
government-problems that must be taken care of here at home even
as we turn our ears to the battle cries of Europe.
The indecisive look on the faces of men shows in a most inglorious
light the unfortunately popular belief that America has matured,
that she is finished, that she has stopped growing. It is her problems
that we, the class of 1940 must face, it is into this so-called era of
America defeatism that we must plunge when we leave North High
School on Iune 19th. It is up to us to accept these problems as a
challenge 5 and do our part to solve them to the end that America's
prestige be preserved as a flower of democracy, or to the end that it
be ground into the earth by them, and then flooded over with the
unclean waters of totalitarian government.
Being Americans, we naturally accept a challenge. One day
we are seniors, the next we are graduates. For us, at this time in our
lives, to solve the huge economic problems of the United States is
certainly beyond our intellectual powers 3 but to think about them,
to do our small part in solving them is our own sacred duty, and the
acute need of the whole American nation. Immediately we ask,
"What can we do? No one will listen to us-we're only kids. H Our
part requires not that governmental authorities hear our words of
ignorance. What they do need while we are growing in wisdom
through experience is the fruit of our honest work and our united
will to aid them in their struggles with our American problems. I
stress united will for good, because great achievements can be
attained with unity. For living proof of that statement we need
only to look at these gloriously united 48 states, a union whose
inestimable blessings we are just beginning to appreciate. That
type of unity which is organized for good objectives is what is sorely
needed in re-invigorating America today with the unquenchable
spirit that burned so brightly in the founders of this nation. Wher-
ever unity is lacking, failure has consistently resulted, as is evidenced
by the failure of the National Recovery Act in 1955, through the
inability of labor to cooperate on a national scale, and by the retarda-
tion of progress because of opposition between private initiative and
government. On the other hand, wherever unity is present, success
inevitably follows, as is evidenced here at home by our unfailing
support of the Community Chest.
There are, of course, some who sit back and sigh, "What's the
use of working when there is nothing to build? Everything has been
done, everyone in America has all that he needs." Oh, if they would
but turn their ears to the words of Bruce Barton, American advertis-
ing magnate and congressman. He tells us that even with tremendous
advertising, only one fourth of the American people brush their
teeth, that one home in every four has no bathtub, that American
men use only one half a hat per year, that millions of homes are not
even electrically wired-and that there are still more illiterates than
Thus it can be easily seen that there are frontiers for whatever
work we wish to accomplish. However, let us hold in mind that what-
ever we do, we must do it honestly. I repeat, America needs our
honest work, not only our common everyday work, but our sincere
efforts in everything we do in order to -achieve our aim of rebuilding
America. Hitler told his nation to work, and we but turn to the daily
papers to see the base results of his greedy aims. We shall by no
means apply our work to such unholy objectives. Ours is an attempt
to rebuild and preserve what we have, not to destroy and capture
what belongs to someone else. Dishonest work is one of the wrenches
in the American machine. It has been placed there by men who
believe that this is a nation of the person, by the person, for the
person, rather than a nation of the people, by the people, for the
Our good, sincere work will remove that wrench, but it will take
more than that to repair and to rebuild the American nation. It will
take education. I mean that we should all be educated not only as
we have been, in textbooks, in the arts and the sciences, but in what-
ever kind of labor we intend to do. You classmates out there who are
blessed with mechanical ability, your work is wanted by industrialists
who are crying, begging for good, first-class labor. You who have
excelled here at North High School in chemistry and physics, your
work is being sought every day by the masters of research. You
students of agriculture, yours is the great task of feeding 220,000,000
I could go on to say the same for every type of work that is
represented here in the class of 1940. Your work, when it becomes
skilled, will never be idle. The nation is flooded with men and women
of mediocre ability, and yet these people of mediocre ability can't
understand why they are not working, why the American machine
isn't moving. This condition is very clearly shown here in a Massa-
chusetts city where of 29 sign companies only 5 are considered worthy
of producing first-class work. Let us educate ourselves in whatever
work we intend to do so that we may be able to do that work in the
very best possible manner.
We Seniors, like ship captains and army captains, are going out
into the action of life under "sealed orders." We are not certain
of what lies ahead, of what will occur tomorrow. The commands that
we are to receive are contained in those sealed orders. However,
holding a full realization that dangers and difficulties may be ahead,
we shall be equipped if we carry with us our united purpose, our
willingness to work, our sincerity, and our education every day of the
journey. Upon this journey we shall be given the light and power to
see our way by the same divine power that guided the Pilgrims from
England to these American shores in 1620. It was His will and our
forefathers' work that made America, it is His will and our work that
is rebuilding America: it is His will and our work that will preserve
September 1956 was to most people just another month which
long ago slipped into the dim past and was forgotten for more impor-
tant things. But for us, the class of 1940, this date is one which
holds much greater signihcance, for it marks the launching of our
high school careers. Not easily forgotten is that first month and
especially the first day when we, inwardly a little confused and
nervous, filtered into the assembly hall of North High School and
soon, with a ringing of bells, ventured forth into unfamiliar halls
in a hurried search for remote rooms and new teachers. Soon, of
course, we had adjusted ourselves to the routine of high school life
and turned an eye toward extra curricula activities.
That year saw many sports laurels come to North. Our ice
hockey team, indoor track, and golf teams won city championships,
and our football and tennis teams, also of high calibre, placed second
in inter-scholastic competition. We as a class played but a small
part in these activities, but we can claim members on most of the
teams. One of our members, Enid Anderson, rose to prominence
when she played her way to the number one position on the girls'
tennis team. The months sped swiftly on and soon our year as
insignificant freshmen came to a close.
September 1957 saw us return to North as sophomores, no
doubt somewhat pleased with our rise inlsocial standing, for now
we could look down on a new class of humble freshmen. Soon the
school activities got under way and we were carried along in the swirl
of events. On February 10, the Melophonic Club, directed by
Miss Reed, successfully presented the operetta "Mexican Melody."
Later in the season the Boys' and the Girls' Glee Clubs and the
Mixed Chorus again proved themselves by winning top ratings at
the New England competitions held at Fall River. School dramatics
reached their peak early in the spring when t-he Dramatic Club
presented "Three Cornered Moon," and the French Club presented
"The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife." At that time the Record
sponsored Captain Iohn D. Craig with his popular lecture "Danger
1s My Business."
The record which our athletic teams set that year, we have
since tried vainly to duplicate. Our hockey team, perennial city
champions, successfully defended their title for the eleventh time.
The indoor and cross-country track teams won the inter-high track
meets while our basketball team tied for first with Classical High
School. Not far behind in honors were our two tennis teams, golf
team and outdoor track teams, each of which placed second.
In September 1958 we returned as spirited juniors and made
the building shake for another ten months with a series of unceasing
and varied events. Class elections resulted in the selection of Dana
Haigh as president, Elizabeth Kearney as vice-president, Betty
Cantwell as secretary, and Warren Conlon as treasurer. Hardly
had the term gotten under way when we opened our doors to Classical
High School, and shared our roof with them until April of 1940,
while their building, badly damaged by the hurricane, was being
For our musical organizations, that year was one of unusual
activity and success. Through its own hard work, the Band, by
May, had accumulated funds with which to buy new uniforms.
During that month, they proved that they were as good as they
looked by winning first ratings at the State and New England Music
Festivals. Not to be outdone, the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and
the Mixed Chorus took top ratings in the state and New England
competitions. At this same time, our class pianist, Mary Alice
Kittredge, won highest honors in piano playing at the New England
Festival. In November, a new literary organization, the Quill
Club, sprang up and flourished under the guidance of Mr. Green-
wood. Programs sponsored by school organizations last year were,
as a whole, very successful. Important among them were the
Dramatic Club's plays, "A Good Egg" and the "Ghost Hunters",
the French Club plays, "The Tub" and "Hunger Is a Great In-
ventor", and a concert given in early February by the musical
Of our athletic teams, the most successful were the boys' and
girls' tennis squads, both of which won the inter-high championships.
Our hockey team, the defending champions, opened the season
with a series of victories, but reverses toward the end of the season
forced us to yield to Classical and accept second place. Our golf
team and girls' hockey team also ended their seasons in second place.
With the Iunior-Senior Promenade, our third year drew to a suc-
In September 1959, we returned to North for the last time
and took up the many responsibilities of seniors. Class elections
held early in the fall resulted in the selection of Warren Conlon as
president, Betty Cantwell as vice-president, Betty Power as secre-
tary, and Iohn Leary as treasurer. This year has been another
successful one for our organizations. Important days of the Demos-
thenes Club were Ianuary 11, when the debate with Worcester Tech
was held, and May 6, the date of the annual declamation contest.
On Ianuary 26, the Dramatic Club gave an entertaining presenta-
tion, "Lunatics at Large." Later in the season the Record presented
Sidney N. Shurcliff' with his beautiful film, "Ski America First,"
and the musical organizations gave their annual concert. The French
Club plays entitled "Docteur" and "Rosalie" were presented on
May 10. On May ll, the Band and all of our choral groups won
Hrst ratings in the state contests at VVellesley.
In the field of sports, our tennis squad again led the school
teams in honors, by winning the inter-high title. In second place,
but close on the heels of the victors, were our basketball team, cross-
country team, and girls' hockey team.
With the approach of graduation, class activities heightened,
our social functions coming to a climax with the Promenade on
May 29. As in previous years there was lively debate upon the
question of the use of caps and gowns for graduation, but this year,
for the first time in the history of the school, the graduating class
voted in favor of wearing caps and gowns. More balloting resulted
in the election of the following persons as Class Day participants:
Bernard Power, oratorg Mary Alice Kittredge, pianist 5 Anna Eresian,
vocalist, Carle Highberg, instrumentalistg Barnard D'Ewart, his-
torian. Those chosen to speak at graduation are: Iessie Benson,
Elaine Essen, Iames Evans, and Gordon Webster. The following
members of the class have won distinction as honor pupils: Virginia
Adams, Iessie Benson, Priscilla Bohlin, William Cogoli, Ruth
Dauphinee, Elaine Essen, Iames Evans, Carle Highberg, Marietta
Kettula, Mary Alice Kittredge, Sylvia Lewis, Helen Lohnes, Carl
Malmquist, Helen Niemenen, Knowlton Rice, Edward Sinclair, and
Now, with Class Day here, and Graduation only a few days
hence, our history as a class, draws to a close. Though time and
fortune scatter us far from these halls, our Alma Mater shall never
be forgotten, for time can only deepen our appreciation of the four
pleasant and profitable years we have spent at North High School.
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MALMQUIST, NIEMINEN, WEBSTER, HIGHBERG, EVANS, LOHNES, ESSEN, RICE
KETTULA, BOHLIN, KITTREDGE, BENSON, DAUPHINEE, LEWIS, ADAMS
VIRGINIA DOROTHY ADAMS
IESSIE EVELYN BENSON
PRISCILLA A. BOHLIN
RUTH LAWTON DAUPHINEE
ELAINE LOUISE ESSEN
IAMES DOMINICK EVANS
CARLE WOODRUFF HIGHBERG
MARIETTA A. KETTULA
MARY ALICE KITTREDGE
SYLVIA ALMY LEWIS
HELEN PAULINE LOHNES
CARL YALE MALMQUIST
HELEN ELVIRA NIEMINEN
ADAMS, VIRGINIA DOROTHY
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French Club 2, 5, 4, Record Board 4.
ANDERSON, EDITH ELVIRA
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Mixed Chorus 4.
ANDERSON, ILMI ELIZABETH
ANDERSON, ENID IEANNETTE
French Club 45 Tennis Team 1, 2, 5, 4,
Captain 2, Winner of Herman Lucke
Cup, 1, 25 Motto Committee 45 Iunior
Graduation Day Committee 5.
ANDERSON, FREDERICK WARREN
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4 5 Base-
ball 2, 5, 4.
ANGERMANN, FRED OTTO
ASSAD, TIIOMAS JOSEPH
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Basketball 1, 2, 55 Cross-Country 4
Radio Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 2.
BAROUD, GEORGE ELIAS
Cross-Countrv 2, 5, 4, Captain 4,
Manager 45 Cutdoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4,
Manager 45 Indoor Track 1, 2, 5, 4,
BARRETT, IOHN HENRY
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Hi-Y 2, 5, 45 Band B 25 Tennis 4.
BARRIERE, ELEANOR ELIZABETH
French Club 2, 5, 45 Dramatic Club
5, 4, Orchestra B 45 Girl Reserves 25
Glee Club 2.
BARTLETT, M1I,DRI-IIB ANNA
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BATTISTA, ALFRED ARTHUR MAR'F1N
Slide Rule 4, Basketball 5, Cap and
BECKER, HERBERT RICHARD
Hi-Y 5, 4, Treasurer 45 Vice-President
4, Band A 53 Stamp Club 1, 2, 5, 4,
Vice-President 5, Principal's Council
4, Circulation Manager of Record 4.
BELLEFLEUR, MARY G1-:RTRUDE
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Secretary 5,
President 4, Girl Reserves 2, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4j Girls' Crew 2, 5,
Manager 2, 55 Principal's Council 4.
BENSON, IESSI E EVELYN
Stamp Club 1, 2, 5, Secretary 1, 2,
French Club 2, 5, 4, Program Director
5, Secretary 4, Demosthenes Club
1, 2, 5, 4, Secretary 5, Treasurer 5, 4,
Record Board 2, 5, 4, Literary Editor
4, Glee Club 2, 5, 45 Chorus 2, 5, 45
Field and Forest Club 2, 55 Camera
Club 4, Principal's Council 2, Chair-
man Executive Committee 2g Ace-of-
Clubs 2, Vice-President 2, Quill 55
Horace Mann 2, 5, 43 Usher Com-
mittee 5g NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4.
BERGAN, KATHRYN RITA
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BERGER, FRANK LESTER
BERGSTROM, IRVING WILFRED
Future Farmers of America 2, 5, 4,
Treasurer 2, Executive Committee 45
BERGLUND, GUNNAR ROBERT
BIANCEII, RAYIVIOND VINCENT
Football 5, 4.
BIORK, IOHN ARTHUR
Camera Club 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 4,
Stamp Club 1, 5, 45 Band B 2, 5, 4,
Hi-Y 45 Principal's Council 4.
BOHLIN, PRISCILLA ALTHEA
Record Board 5, 4, Advertising Man-
ager 4g Girls' Crew 2, 5, Manager 2
BOWEN, VINCENT FRANCIS
" Vin "
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 45
Flower Iudge 5.
BRAITHWAITE, GRACE MARY
Basketball 1, 2, 45 Varsity 1, 2, 45
Senior Social Committee 45 NORTIil'2RN
LIGHTS Board 4.
BRESNAIIAN, MARY EI,IZABbZTII
Record Board 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Social
Committee 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
BULLARD, ROBERT LEE
Future Farmers of America 2, 5, 4.
BUTLER, HERVEX' HAROLD
Glee Club 15 Golf Team I.
BUTLER, ROBERT KENNETH
"Bob" nf,yl6J'fyU "Sparky"
Demosthenes Club 15 Basketball 2, 5, 45
Baseball 1, 2, 55 Football 5, 45 Track
1, 25 Hockey 1, 25 Class Day Com-
CAMERON, IOSEPII THOMAS
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 45
Raclio Club 25 Band 55 Crew 25 Flower
Iudge 55 Principal's Council 4.
CANTXVELL, ALICE ELIZABETH
Principal's Council 5, 4, Secretary 45
Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain
1, 25 Secretary of Iunior Class5 Vice-
President of Senior Class5 Varsity
Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4.
CARLSON, MILDA MARIA
Camera Club 4.
CARRIGAN, ANDRE HENRY
"Jlo1I.rL'cur lc Prof"
"Le Docicur d' f1nglaz'.re"
CLAFLIN, CHESTER XVILLARD
Slide Rule 5, 45 Class Day Committee
COGOLI, WILLIABI IOSEPH
Slide Rule 25 Outdoor Track 1, 2, 5, 45
Indoor Track 1, 2, 5, 45 Football 4.
COHN, IOHN ARTHUR
Baseball 2, 55 Football 55 Class Day
COLLINS, IOIIN ANTHONY
Football 55 Hockey 2, 5, 4.
COLLINS, RUTH ANN
Girl Reserves 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 55
Girls' Glee Club 1, 25 Class Basketball
1, 2, 5, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 5, 45 Girls' Crew
CONLON, WARREN SANDERSON
Tennis 55 Football 45 Crew 2, 5, 45
Principal's Council 5, 45 Treasurer of
Iunior Classg President of Senior Class.
CONNOLLY, RUTH MARY
CONNOR, IAMES FRANCIS
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Hi-Y 25 Football 5, 4.
CONSTANTIAN, RICHARD KENNETH
" Dick" U Connie"
French Club 4.
COOLIDCE, CHARLES HENRY, IR,
Dramatic Club 5, 4, Treasurer 45
Future Farmers of America 5, 4,
COYVES, DONALD CLAYTON
CRIMMINS, SALLY GERTRUDE
French Club 2, 5, 45 Glee Club 5,
Girl Reserves 1, 25 Girls' Crew 5,
NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4.
CRONICAN, RICHARD ALBERT
Basketball 2, 55 Cap and Gown Com
CRONIN, RALPH CLIFFORD
Camera Club 4.
CROWE, ALICE HELENA
Glee Club 1, 25 Demosthenes Club
2, 5, 45 Dramatic Club 5, 45 Girl
Reserves 2, 5, Secretary 2, 55 Girls'
Crew 1, 25 Class Basketball 5, 45
Tennis 5, 45 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board4.
CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM RAWSON
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Baseball l, 2, 5, 4.
CUSHMAN, ELEANOR WINNIERED
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Dramatic Club 5, 45 Class Basketball
1, 25 Varsity Basketball 1, 25 Senior
Social Committee 45 NORTHERN LIGHTS
Girl Reserves 2, 5, 4, Vice-President
2, 55 Princi al's Council 55 Class
Basketball 15RI'ennis 1.
DAUPHINEE, RUTH LAWTON
Demosthenes Club 45 Record Board 45
Horace Mann 5, 45 NORTHERN LIGHTS
DELGRECO, ROBERT IOIIN
DlEWART, BENJAMIN BARNARD
Band B 2, 55 Record Board 5, 45 Slide
Rule 5, 45 Radio Club 45 Principal's
Council 4, President 45 Ice Hockey
DILIDDO, IOSEPI-I ANTHONY
Ice Hockey 2, 5, 45 Crew 1, 2, 5.
DIMITROEE, VLADIMIR TRIPHON, IR.
Model Airplane Club 15 Crew 5.
DI PASQUALE, MATILDA ANN
K! ' ' P!
DI PILATO, DOMENIC CARLO
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DOLAN, EDWARD IOIIN
Golf 45 Senior Social Committee 4.
DONOVAN, EDWARD GOssIeI.IN
Stamp Club lg Slide Rule 45 Track 2g
Tennis 4, NORTHERN LIOIITs Board 4.
DUGUAY, ANITA EVEI,YN
French Club 5, 4, President 4, Vice-
President 43 Principal's Council 4.
EATON, DAVID TVILLIS
n Davyyy 4: Chinkyn
Cap and Gown Committee 4, Chair-
man 4g Gift Committee 4.
EKDAIIL, ELEANOR IANIQT
Dramatic Club 5, 43 Treasurer Glec
Club 55 Class Day Committee 5.
ENOS, WILLIABI FRANCIS
Record Board 5.
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 2,
President 55 Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-
President 5, Secretary-Treasurer 43
Chorus 1, 2, 5, 45 Band 25 Hockey 2j
Class Vocalist 4.
ERREDE, MICHAEI. ANTIIONY
Camera Club 4.
ESSEN, ELAINE LOUISE
.I - - ,I
Girl Reserves 5, 4, President 4g Mixed
Chorus 43 Glee Club 5, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 4, Camera Club 55 Record Board
45 Principal's Council 4, Hocke 23
Tennis 2, 5, 4, Cap and Gown gom-
EVANS, IAMES DOMXNICK
KK ' IJ
Stamp Club lp Cross-Country 57
Indoor Track 2, 5, 4, Outdoor Track
2, 5, 45 Gift Committee 4.
EvANs, PAUL EDWARD
" Bulch H
Basketball 2, 5, 4g Baseball 2.
FAOERQUIST, NORMAN ARTHUR
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Baseball 2, 5, 4, Football 5, 45 Tennis
lp Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Cross-Country
5, 45 Hockey 1, 2.
FEELEY, PAUL VINCENT
FEENEY, MURIEL BARBARA
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Basketball I.
FINNEGAN, MARY ELIZABETH
Crew 5, 45 Tennis 1, 25 Hockey 1, 2.
FLAGG, MARGARET MARY
Gig Reserves 5, Tennis 1, 23 Basketball
FLYNN, RICIIARII MAURICE
Football 5, 4.
FORREY, LILLIAN PRESCOTT
Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 45
Hockey 1, 2, 5, 4, Manager 4.
GERMAIN, ROBERT RICHARD
Radio Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 4
PrinCipal's Council 4.
GILLIS, GLORIA lVlARIE
GOULD, MARJORIE LOUISA
H1lllll:Ill.tZH "Goofy" "J1z'a'ge" "Jl1:g.f'
Girl Reserves lg Basketball 2, 5, 4
Varsity 45 Tennis 5.
GRAIIAM, IOIIN HOWARD
HJ. Howard" "Johnny"
Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus 4g Band 2
GRANFORS, ALMA ANCELINE
If ' ll
GRAY, ALICE FRANCES
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Girl Reserves 2, President 2, NORTII-
ERN LIOIITS Board 4.
GRAY, DAVILJ SIIATTUCR
GULLBERG, MAIJEL1Nl'I LOUISE
Band B 25 Band A 5, 45 Orchestra B 55
Orchestra A 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45
Mixed Chorus 2, 5, 4.
GUSTAFSON, ESTIIER MARc.ARI:'I'
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Camera Club 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4
Glee Club 5.
GUSTAVSON, ELSIE IRI-:NE EDITH
Glee Club 2, 5, 4.
HADDAD, IAMES ABRAIIAM
HAGGERTY, MARIE RITA
French Club 5, 45 Class Dav Com-
mittee 4. U
HAIIi, MARGARET IANI-1
.I 1, U
Senior Social Committee 4.
HALL, ELIZABETH IANE
Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 45 Girl
Reserves 5, 4, Vice-President 45 Prin-
cipal's Council 45 Basketball 1, 2, 55
Varsity 55 Cap and Gown Committee
45 NQRTIIERN LIGIITS Board 4.
HAI.I.IsIgY, LoUIs Iosi-:PII
Cross-Country 45 Indoor Track 4,
Captain 45 Outdoor Track 4, Captain 4.
HANSON, VIRGINIA LOUISE
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Stamp Club 15 Camera Club 5, 4,
Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Secretary 45 Field
and Forest Club 25 Record Board 55
Agent 2, 5, 45 Field Hocke 2, 5, 45
Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Ciaptain 45
Varsity Basketball 2, 5, 45 Tennis
Team 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4 5 Iunior Class
Day Committee5 Iunior Graduation
Day Committee5 Senior Social Com-
mittee 45 NORTIIERN LIGHTS Board 4.
HARRINGTON, BARBARA JANET
Field Hockey 5, 45 Class Day Com-
HASIIENI, CIIRISTINI: EVELYN
Glee Club 2, 5, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 55
Demosthenes Club 2.
HASTINGS, GEORGE XVI-'XRREN
" J1:Q4j1'1',' "J1:q11-If U
Band B lg Basketball 25 Crew 1, 2, 5.
HASTINCES, PHILIP KAY
French Club Ig Senior Social Com-
HAWES, ROIIERT EDXVIN
HAYES, IANE ATII ERTON
Cvlee Club 1, 2, 5, 4.
HEIJLUND, RUTII LOUISE
U Teen "
Glee Club 1, 25 Band A 2, 5, 4, Vice-
Presiclent 5, French Club 45 Principal's
Council 5, Social Committee 5.
HERAIANSON, EDXVIN ALVAR
Glee Club 4.
HIOIIIIERO, CARLE WOOIIRIYI-'If
U Hzzfjfz " " LOII.l1lil'l.lIk U
Orchestra B 1, 2, Orchestra A 5, 4,
Presiclcnt 45 Hancl A 1, 2, 5, 4, Prin-
cipal'S Council 45 Horace Nlann 5, 45
Class lnstrumentalist 45 Class Day
Committee 45 NOll'1'IIEIlN LIGIITs
IilNlC, IJOROTIIY LOUISE
H 111.110-V H
Girl Reserves 5, 45 Cvlee Club 1.
PIIRST, SIRKKA MIRJAM
Glec Club 2, 5, 45 Dramatic Club 5, 4,
President 45 Principal's Council 45
Class Basketball 1, 25 Varsity 2.
HOKANS, NANCY CAROL
Stamp Club 13 Glee Club 5, 4, Chorus
HOOK, DOROTHY ANN
HOUCK, MARY CATIIERINE
HOWI,AND, EDWARD OLIVER
HUBBARD, MURIEL MARX'
Glee Club 45 Dramatic Club 4,
HULL, STANLEY PARKER
HULTMAN, ELLIOT GUS'1'AP'
Radio Club 4, Vice-President 4.
IACovoNE, IARII-:S IULIO
IACOBSON, ALDEN HENRY
Radio Club 2, 5, 4, Secretary 4.
1. , - ,I
Record Board 4, Glee Club 1, 25 Class
Basketball 2, 5, 4, Varsity Basketball
43 Field Hockey 1, 2, 5, 43 Horace
lVlann 4, NORTHERN LIcII'rs Board 4.
IOIIANSON, NILS CARL
IOIINSON, ANN ELIZABETH
IoIINsoN, CIIEsTER GEORGE
Football 5, 4.
JOHNSON, NORBIA LOUISE
Class Basketball 1.
JOHNSON, ROBERT HARTLEY
"Glamour lJa1Il.f" Uspeedu "Bob"
Baseball 53 Football 4g Basketball 4
Class Day Committee 4.
KAI,ASHIAN, lwlAR'1'HA GRACE
"11lal'LI1" "Y7larflI.z1,' '
Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 45 Mixed
Chorus 2, 5, 45 Dramatic Club 4.
KALOUSDIAN, MARION RITA
KANE, KATIiI,EEN ANNE
KASTBERG, MARY KIRSTINE
"Kz'Ily" . 5
Glee Club 5.
KEARNE1', ELIZABETH ISABELLE
Glee Club 15 Field Hockey 1, 2, 5, 45
Class Basketball 1, 2, 5, 45 Varsity
Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, Nlanager 45
Tennis 1, 2, 55 Principal's Council 5, 4,
Secretary 5, Vice-President 55 Vice-
President lunior Class.
KENTROS, GEORGE ATIIAN
Demosthenes Club 45 Dramatic Club
45 Camera Club 45 Radio Club 45 Slide
Rule 55 Basketball 55 Senior Gift
KETTULA, MARIETTA ANNE
Dramatic Club 45 French Club 45
Hockey 2, 55 Class Day Committee 55
Graduation Day Committee 55 Motto
Committee 4, Chairmang NORTHERN
LIGHTS Board 4, Editor-in-Chief.
KEY'P2S, BENJAMIN SAWYI-JR, IR.
,,Beng'y,, Agenyv HBMH ,fBud,,
Future Farmers of America 5, 4.
KILCOYNE, RAYMOND THOMAS
KILCOYNE, THOMAS IOSEPH
Band 2, 5, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4.
KITTRPIIVCE, MAIIY ALICE
French Club 2, 5, 45 Glee Club 2, 5, 45
Accompanist 2, 5, 45 Mixecl Chorus
5, 45 Accompanist 5, 45 Orchestra
1, 2, 5, 45 Horace Mann 5, 4.
KRAI.IAN, HENRY JACOB
Camera Club 5, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4.
LAVENDIER, LOUISE GENEVIEVE
Glee Club 25 Girl Reserves5 Field
Hockey 2, 5, 45 Class Basketball 1, 2,
5, 4, Captain 45 Varsity Basketball
1, 2, 5, 4.
LEARY, IOHN IOSEPH
Glee Club 2, 5, 45 Student Council 45
Senior Class Treasurer5 Indoor Track
2, 5, 45 Outdoor Track 2, 5, 45 Cross-
Country 5, 45 Executive Committee 45
NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4.
LENTI, FRANCEsco MICHAEL
Camera Club 5, 4, President 4, Treas-
LEWIS, SYLVIA ALIVTY
French Club 2, 5, 4, Vice-President 55
Band B 25 Dramatic Club 5, 4, Stage
Manager 45 Record Board 45 Hocke
1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 45 Class Basketball
1, 2, 5, 45 Varsity 2, 5, 45 Principal's
Council 55 Horace lV1ann5 Iunior Social
Committee5 Senior Class Day Com-
mitteeg D.A.R. Delegate 45 NORTHERN
LIGHTS Board 4.
LINDQUIST, GUSTAF BERG
Stamp Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Vice-President
5, 4, President 45 Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Prin-
cipal's Council 5, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 55
NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4.
LOHNES, HELEN PAULINE
French Club 5, 45 Demosthenes Club
5, 45 Glee Club 55 Crew 1, 2, Coxswain
1, Captain 2.
LYDEN, IOHN FRANCIS
Radio Club 5.
" Squeekic "
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-
President 5, President 5, Secretar 45
Mixed Chorus 2, 5, 45 Dramatic Club
55 Principal's Council 55 Girl Reserves
2, 5, President 5.
MACDOWELL, ROBERT EARL
Stamp Club 25 Hi-Y 5, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent 5, President 45 Principal's Coun-
cil 5, 4, Treasurer 45 Cross-Country 55
Tennis 45 Golf 45 Executive Com-
MACKAY, NORMAN DALE
French Club 2, 55 Basketball 2, 5, 45
Baseball 2, 5, 45 Indoor Track 5, 45
MACKINTOSH, DONALD FRASER
Radio Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer, Secre-
tary, President 5 Principal's Council 5
MAIIASSEL, IosEPII IOIIN
MAHONEY, MARY ELIZABETH
MALMQUIST, CARL YALE
Slide Rule 4, Golf Team 5, 4, Captain
45 Class Day Committee 53 Horace
Mann 5, 4.
MALONEY, GEORGE EDWARD
Cross-Country 2, 55 Indoor Track 2, 55
Outdoor Track 2.
MARRONE, EDWARD IOSEPII
Golf 13 Football 19 Baseball 2, 5, 45
Senior Social Committee 4.
MARTINSEN, LEONARD PAUL
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 4.
MATTIUCCI, MALIA ROSE
Glee Club 2, 5, 4.
MENARD, VICTOR ANTOINE
Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 4.
MEROLA, CLARA GILDA
French Club 2, 5, 4.
MOLLOY, PAUL FRANCIS
Future Farmers of America 2, 5
Treasurer 4, Public Speaker 2, 5, 4
Gift Committee 4.
MORSE, MARY ELIZABETH
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Tennis 5.
MULLINS, ELLEN MARIE
Class Day Committee 4.
MURPIIY, BURKE WILLIAM
Baseball 2, 55 Hockey 2.
MCAVOY, LOUISE LEONARD
French Club 2, 5, 4 5 Ace-of-Clubs 2,
Dramatic Club 5, 45 Record Board 5, 4,
Literary Editor 45 Principal'S Council
4, Glee Club 1.
MCCREA, HELEN PLUMLEY
Record Board 45 Glee Club 15 Class
Basketball 1, 2, NORTHERN LIGHTS
NIEMINEN, HELEN ELVIRA
French Club 2, 5, 4g Camera Club 47
Girl Reserves 5, 4.
NILSON, HULIJA INGEBORG
Girl Reserves 5, 45 Camera Club 4.
NORDWELL, MARGARET LOUISE
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Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, Girl Reserves 5, 4.
NYHOLM, IOHN HENRY
Slide Rule 4, Crew 4.
O,DONNELL, IOIIN LEARY
O'KEEFE, DANIEL PATRICK
ORR, HARRY DAWSON
Stamp Club 2g Band 5, Record Board 4
PAULSON, ROGER FRANCIS
PEDONE, ANGELO IOHN
H Spike N
Cross-Country 1, 2, 5, 4, Indoor Track
1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 45 Outdoor Track
1, 2, 5, 4.
PERO, CYNTHIA IOANNE
I, - I,
Iunior Social Committee 5. '-
PERRY, GEORGE NORMAN
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 4,
Vice-President 5, President 43 Prin-
cipal's Council 2, 55 Football 4, Senior
Gift Committee 4.
PERSON, EDITH SOPHIE
Glee Club 1.
PHILBIN, PAUL EDWARD
PHILLIPS, ANNETTE MARIE
French Club 5.
PIGNATARO, HENRY CHARLES
POLLI, ANN LOUISE
POWER, BERNARD IAMES
Demosthenes Club 2, 5, 4, Secretary 5 '
Record Board 5, 4, Art Editor 5, 4,
Editor 5, Associate Editor 45 Dramatic
Club 4g Principal's Council 5, 4, Presi-
dent 4g NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4,
POWER, ELIZABETH ANN
Basketball 1, 25 Field Hockey 1, 2, 55
Tennis 1, 2, 5, 45 Secretary of Senior
Iunior Social Committee 5.
RAITAN EN, ALBERT KALERY'O
Band 2, 5, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 5.
RANTALA, PENTII IOHANNES
Dramatic Club 5, 4, Secretary 45
Basketball l, 23 Varsity Basketball 2,
NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 4.
REYNOLDS, LEO IOSEPII
Future Farmers of America l, 2, 5, 4,
Treasurer 53 Football 2, 3j Flower
RICE, KNOWLTON PRENTICE
.. - ,,
Radio Club 2, 5, 4, Secretarv 4, Band
2, 5, 4, Slide Rule 45 Class Day Com-
RICH, ROBERT IRVING
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 4.
ROBERGE, ROGER PAUL
Football 5, 49 Senior Social Com-
RocHETTE, RICHARD EDWARD
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Radio Club 45 Rifle Club 2.
ROCHETTE, ROBERT EDWARD
Band 5, 4.
RoUssEAU, WALTER FREDERICK
Demosthenes Club 2, 5, Treasurer 2,
Secretary 55 Record Board 2, 5, 4,
Advertising Manager 5, Editor 45
Principal's Council 5, 4, Treasurer 5,
Hi-Y 5, 4, President 43 Class Day
Committee 5, Chairman, NORTHERN
LIGHTS Board, Business Manager 4.
RYAN, IAMES EMM ETT
RYNN, THOMAS EDWARD
SAMPSON, BARBARA SCIIOULER
Girl Reserves 5.
Dramatic Club 5, 4, Glee Club 5.
SELIG, ROBERT BELMONT
SINCLAIR, EDWARD ELLIOT
Horace Mann 5, 4.
SKIDMORE, LOUISE CLAIR
Girl Reserves 55 Basketball 1, 2.
SMITH, RICHARD STANLEY
Band 1, 2, 5, 41 Orchestra 5.
SOLOPERTO, IOIIN FRANCIS
Football 55 Track 5.
SOMERVILLE, VIRGINIA LOUISE
STANTON, ELOISE MAE
Glee Club 2, 5, 4.
STONE, WILLIAMINA MAY
Dramatic Club 4, Girl Reserves 2, 5, 4
Glee Club 1, 2, 5.
STREETER, GEORGE EBEN
Football 5, 4.
STRINGER, CARL IOHN, Ir.
Dramatic Club 43 Track 13 Football 4
SULLIVAN, FRANCES RITA
" Chickle "
French Club 45 Glee Club 45 Chorus 45
Girls' Crew 4.
SUND, KENNETH ALBERT
Record Board 45 Stamp Club 4, Treas-
urer 45 Slide Rule 55 Principal's Coun-
SWALLOW, BARBARA IEAN
Glee Club 2, 5, 45 Chorus 4.
TAYLOR, DONALD EARL:-:
1: Don n
Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Stage Manager 25
Glee Club 150rcheStra l, 2, 5, 4, Presi-
dent 15 Slide Rule 45 Tennis 1, 2, 5, 4,
Captain 45 Social Committee 4, Chair-
TIIAYER, MARY ELIZABETH
Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Librarian 25 Girl
THOMAS, MARY ELIZABETH
Glee Club 1, 2, 55 Chorus 2, 55 Dra-
matic Club 45 Basketball 15 Hockey 15
Class Day Committee 4.
TI-IOAIAS, DORO'1'!iY LILLIAN
Glee Club 15 Girl Reserves 2, 5, 4,
Treasurer 5, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 5, 45
Basketball 1, 25 Hockey 2, 5.
THOREN, EMERY FRANCIS
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 5, 4.
TIIURLOW, DONALD EMORY
Band 1, 2, 5, Stage Manager 1, Libra-
rian 25 Orchestra 1, 2, Librarian 25
Social Committee 4.
TITUS, EVERETT GEORGE
Hi-Y 55 Crew 5.
TODD, BARBARA LOUISE
Glee Club 2, 5, 4.
TRACY, CIIARLES EDWARD
Hockey 1, 2, 5, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 5, 4
TRUMBLE, FRANCIS XAVIER
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 5, 4.
VACCA, ROBERT ANTHONY
Football 1, 2, 5, 4, Captain 5, 45 Base-
VAIL, ROBERT WILLIAM
Radio Club 2, 5, 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 25 Vice-President 55 Treasurer 4.
WAITE, HOPE EVELYN
Girl Reserves 5.
WIIITCOIVIB, MARIAN ELOISE
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Librarian 4, Stage
Manager 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4.
WARNER, EDITH DELIMA
Glee Club 2, 45 Dramatic Club 1 2
WATSON, IOHN PHILIP
Fufure Farmers of Amerlca 1 2 5
WEBSTER, JOHN GORDON
Band A5 Orchestra A5 Honor Pupll 4
WENTZELL, ARTHUR ATWOOD
Chess Club 1.
WESTON, MABEL MARGARET
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 45 Chorus 5 4 Gxrl
Reserves 1, 25 Hockey 1 2 Basket
ball 1, 2.
WALL, MARIORIE CLAIRE
Glee Club 1.
WHITTAKER, IAMES ROBERT
Football 5, 4.
WILDER, FRANCES MARY
Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4.
WINCHESTER, DONALD GEORGE
Golf 1, 2, 5, 4.
WOOD, LORING WAYLAND
Glee Club 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 45 Orches-
tra 1, 25 Chorus 5, 4.
WOOSTER, HOWARD ROLAND, IR.
Glee Club 2, Field and Forest Club 2.
YOUNG, NANCY MARIE
Glee Club 1, 2.
YOUNG, ROBERT LEWIS
Glee Club 25 Chorus 25 Dramatic
Club 5, 4, Vice-President 4, Record
Board 5, 4, Head Librarian.
Crew 5, 43 Tennio 2.
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IESSIE EVELYN BENSON MARY ALICE KITTREDGE
RUTH LAWTON DAUPHINEE SYLVIA ALMY LEWIS
CARLE WOODRUFF HIGHBERG CARL YALE MALMQUIST
EDWARD ELLIOT SINCLAIR
SHIRLEY MARIE CARLSON ALIZ NAOMI DEMIRIIAN
PRISCILLA CRANE CATHERINE ELIZABETH FORTUNE
LYDIA MINABELLE CHASE BARBARA RIFFORD MILLER
DOROTHY AGNES CLASON AGNES MARY O'CONNOR
ELIZABETH MARY DORAN CHARLES OICKLE, IR.
EVELYN RUTH TAUBERT
GLORIA DIANA BRADLEY JAMES BRANNON LOVELL
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Wittiest Boy .
Wittiest Girl . .
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Most Attractive Girl . .
Boy Most Likely to Su ccee d .
Girl Most Likely to Su ccee d .
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Most Brilliant Girl .
Most Athletic Boy .
Most Athletic Girl .
Best Dr esse d Boy .
Best Dressed Girl .
Best Natured Boy .
Best Natured Girl .
Most Bashful Boy .
Most Bashful Girl .
Most Sophisticated Boy
Most Sophisticated Girl
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Bernard Power, Prewidenf
Barbara Taylor, Secrelary
George Baroud-Boys' Athletics
Mary Bellefleur-Girls' Glee Club
Iohn Bjork-Camera Club
David Brigham-Stamp Club
Robert Burns-Mixed Chorus
Elizabeth Cantwell-Senior Class
Shirley Carlson-Iunior Class
Warren Conlon-Senior Class
Barnard D'Ewart-Record Board
Robert Ducharme-F. F. A.
Anita Duguay-Cercle Francais
Girl Reserves, Girls' Glee C
Iohn Garrity-Junior Class
Robert Germaine-Radio Club
Elizabeth Hall-Girl Reserves
Thomas Hickey-Iunior Class
Carle Highberg-Grchestra A
Sirkka Hirst-Dramatic Club
May Iacobson-Band A, Orchestra A
David Kearney-Demosthenes Club
Barnard D'Ewart, Vice-Pre.f1'a'enl
Robert lVlacDowell, Iieairurer
Elizabeth Kearney-Girls' Athletics
Iohn Leary-Senior Class
Louise lVlcAvoy-Record Board
Gordon Miller+Band A
George Perry-F. F. A.
Bernard Power-Record Board
Elizabeth Power-Senior Class
Robert Roberge-Boys' Athletics
Fred Rousseau-Record Board
William Ryan-Boys' Glee Club
Donald Ryder-Radio Club
Kenneth Sund-Stamp Club
Robert Sundt-Cercle Francais
Ralph Swanberg-Camera Club
Barbara Taylor-Girls' Athletics
Iohn Tyer-Boys' Glee Club
Robert Vail-Radio Club
Phyllis Willis-Iunior Class
Robert Young-Dramatic Club
ESSEN, YOUNG, SUND, HICKEY, BORGESON, BRESNAHAN
DAUPHINEE, MCCREA, BOHLIN, ORR, POWER, GARRITY, PETERSON, LEWIS, IAEGGLI
ADAMS, BENSON, D'EWART, MISS MCCLURE, ROUSSEAU, MCAVOY, DEMIRJIAN
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LEWIS, CUSHMAN, POWER, O'CONNOR, HUBBARD. KALASHIAN
FEDELI, BUELL, SEDARES, KETTULA, MR. KARLSON, CROWE, MCAVOY, BENSON, STONE
CUMMINGS, EKDAHL, COOLIDGE, HIRST, YOUNG, REESE, THOMPSON
Sirkka Hirst, Premfdenf
Ann Reese Secrefaqy
Robert Young, Vice Prexzdenl
Ianet Ekdahl, Treaefurer
arlson, Faculty A7a'sff,rer
O'CONNOR, POWER, HAYECK, POWERS, O'CONNOR, KAY O'CONNOR, DAUPHINEE
LOCKE, BRADLEY, LONGVALL, BUELL, IOHNSON, BENSON, CROWE
O'TOOLE, HICKEY, WILLIS, GARRITY, PETERSON, KENDALL
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Iohn Garrity, Pf6Jl'L1I6I1f Maynard Kendall, Vice-Pre.v1'def1l
Phyllis Willis, Sevrelary Thomas Hickey, Treamurer
lessie Benson Ernest Hayecla lane Locke lwlarie Peterson
Nlichael Boosahda Thelma Iohnson Barbara Longvall Bernard Power
Gloria Bradley Charles Kay Agnes O'Connor Robert Powers
Norma Buell David Kearney Charles O'Connor Henry Reeves
Alice Crowe George Kentros Paul U'Connor
Ruth Dauphinee David Lindquist Diary O'Toole
Charles Coolidge, Ir.
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Iohn Van Dam
CRIMMINS, MEROLA, HEDLUND, LEAMY, HASTINGS, KEARNEY, CRANE
GIANNINI, ERMILIO, BARRIERE, NIEMINEN, IOHNSON, MERRILL, ANDERSON, .WIANNING
SULLIVAN, LEWIS, COLLINS, CARLSON, ADAMS, MQAVOY, ESTES, DIQLOLLIS, LONGVALL, LIQCLAIR
BENSON, KAY, DUGUAY, MISS ROCHELEAU, BARRIERE, WOOD, DEMIRIIAN
Jfe Cezcfe Jcancaia
Robert Sundt, Prefidenl
Aliz Demirjian, Secretary
Brooks Wood, Program Direcfor
Miss Rocheleau, Faculty
Anita DuGuay, Vice Pre rzdemf
Charles Kay, Treafurer
Betty Borgeson, Pom! Iieeper
Helen N ieminen
Shirley Van Horn
HANNA, KENTROS, D'EWART, SELIG. COTE
VAIL, GERMAINE, RYDER, RICE
Donald Ryder, Preffdenl Robert Germaine, Vice-Pre.fidenf
Knowlton Rice, Secrelapy Robert Vail, Treaxurer
Alphonse Balchunas Iames Gourgouras
Edward Cote Robert Hanna
Barnard D'Ewart George Kentros
NAHIKIAN, OLUND, KRALIAN, ERREDE
H NIEMINEN, I. BENSON, E. GUSTAFSON, H. NILSON, M. CARLSON
BIORK, V. HANSON, SWANBERG, LENTI
Randolph Swanberg, Prewfdenl Iohn Bjork, Vice Prewzdenl
V1rg1n1a Hanson, Secrelary Francesco Lentx Treafurer
Henry Kralian, Sergeanl-al-arma'
Carle Highberg, Preffdeni
Anna Eresian, S6CF6fdl11f
May Iacobson, Vice-Prerzdenf
Anna Eresian, Treawurer
Mary Alice Kittredge, Ll-flfdflidll Vincent Mercadante, Slage
Mary Alice Kittredge
Richard La Porte
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
1957-GLOUCESTER, FIRST DIVISIONg 1938-FALL RIVER, FIRST DIVISION
1959fBELIVIONT, FIRST DIVISIONg 1959-WORCESTER, FIRST DIVISION
1940--WELLESLEY, FIRST DIVISIONg 1940-LAWRENCE, FIRST DIVISION
Mary Bellefleur, Prexidenl
Betty Borgeson, Secretary
Shirley Carlson, Lilzrarian
Vir inia Keyes
Mary Alice Kittrecl
Elaine Essen, Vice-Premdenl
Betty Hall, Trearrurer
Marion Whitcomb, Lllflftlfldfl
Shirley Van Horn
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
1957 GLOUCES'l'ICR, FIRST DIVISIONg 1958 FALL RIVER. SECOND DIVISION
1959 BELMONT, SECOND DIVISIONg 1939---WORCESTER, FIRST DIVISION
1940 WEl,1,1'1S1,IiY, FIRST DIVISIONg 1940 LAWRENCE, SECOND DIVISION
William Ryan, Praridemf
Iohn Garrity, Secrefafy
Dean Amidon, Librarian
Donald Spencer, Sla-ge
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Iohn Tyer, Vice-Prewidenl
Loring Wood, Treararer
Iohn Ford, Librarian
Harlan Beach, Stage
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1957- GLOUCESTER, FIRST DIVISIONg 1938-WFALL RIVER, FIRST DIVISION
1950---BELMONT, FIRST DIVlSIONg 1959-WORCESTER, FIRST DIVISION
1940-' WEI,LESI,EY, FIRST DIVISIONg 1940-LAWRENCE, FIRST DIVISION
Robert Burns, Prwidenl
Virginia Royal, Secretary
Ianet Lord, Librarian
Dean Amidon, Stage
Isabel Pero, Vice-Praridenl
Thurston Graden, Treafurer
Iames McNamara, Librarian
Robert Shea, Slage
The Mixed Chorus won Hrst prize for their selections in the contest at Wellesley, Massachu-
setts, and in the early part of Iune a group has been chosen to sing at the YVorld's Fair in New
North High School Song'
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3. When faith- ful toil and hon -est hearts Our cherished goal shall win, We'll ne'er for - get how
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The clam of nlneleen hundred and folly appreciafw
ine leading and kindly fervz'ceJ of our
princzlmzl, Mr. Sherwin
ANDERSON, CAPT. VACCA, CAMMARA, COGOLI, MR. GRIFFEN, MR. GAGNON, YURKIEVVICZ
FALCO, O'BRIEN, DEL SIGNORE, MCCARTHY, JOHNSON, CLASON, CONLON
GIAGUINTO, STREETER, SHIPMAN, ADAMS, FLYNN, NYLEN, GULIA
MURPHY, BOUKALIS, IACOBS, CUNNINGHAM, GADDE, FORD, STEWARD
Absent when picture taken: Bartley, Connors, Hickey, Holmquist, Marrone, MCLeocl, and Roberge.
Warren Conlon, le
Warren Anderson, lt
George Streeter, lg
Robert Vacca, c, Captain
Guerin Cammara, rg
Harvey Shipman, rt
Paul McCarthy, re
Perry Iacobs, g
Iohn Giaguinto, lh
Louis Del Signore
Harry Gadde, rh
Roger Roberge, f
Fall River 29
COACH O'MAI,l.EY, ANDERSON, MCCARTHY, DOLAN
CONCORDIA, FAGERQUIST, DE FLAVIO, MAQKAY
IOHNSON, LASKA, EVANS, PARMEGIANE
Theodore Dolan, Jlanager
Warren Anderson, c, f
Iohn Concordia, c
Iames De Flavio, g
Paul Evans, f, g
Norman Fagerquist, f
Martin O'Malley, Coach
Robert Iohnson, g
Peter Laska, f
Dale MacKay, c, f, g
Paul McCarthy, c, f, g
Ralph Parmegiane, f
NORTH BASKETBALL SCORES
St. Iohn's 25
Sacred Heart 20
St. Peters 40
Sacred Heart 59
St. Peters 17
St. Iohn's 45
MR. GAGNON, GADDE, TRACY, ZIKE
WALKER, HORGAN, KANE, C. D'EWART, B. D'EWART
ROCHFORD, ANDERSON, DI LIDO, NYLUND, COLLINS
Mr. Gagnon, Coach
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HILDRETH, LALONE, ANDERSON, D. MARRONE, PETERS, MACKAY, CONCORDIA, SENIOR
GRUNDITZ, MCLEOD, E. MARRONE, MEAGHER, DEAN, PARMEGIANE, FAIRHURST
FITZGERALD, MIDGLEY, GENTILE, MOLINARI, ARBOUR, KANE, O'DONNEL
Mr. O'Malley, Coach
William Meagher Alfred Lalone
Warren Anderson Dale MacKay
Merdic McLeod Russell Dean
Robert Grunditz Walter Kane
Mitchell Peters Nicholas Gentile
David Fitzgerald Iohn O'Donnell
Iames Fairhurst Iohn Concordia
Edward Marrone Iohn Arbour
Ralph Parmigiane William Brunelle
April 50 Fitchburg, away
May 5 Commerce
May 6 South
May 10 St. Peter's, away
May 15 Commerce
May 17 Classical
May 22 Commerce
May 24 South
May 27 Classical
May 51 St. Iohn's, away
Iune 7 Classical
Iune 11 South
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CYLEARY, COGOLI, HALLISEY, MR. OTT, ALICANDRO, IAMGOCHIAN, O'DAY
SHOOSMANIAN, LATAGOLA, PEDONE, BAROUD, RICE, ODONOGHUE
JVIDZOUT QHVIITQT QTQCA i
Hzlqlz Jump-lst, Dumbrauskas, Commerce, 2nd, Sweeney, Commerce, 5rd, tie
between Connor, Classical, and Gillette, Classical. Height, 5 ft., 6 in.
600-Yard Run-lst, Dumbrauskas, Commerce, 2nd, Sweeney, Commerce, 5rd
Hallisey, North, 4th, Gillette, Classical. Time 1.55.
50-Yard Hzzgh Hurdlew-lst, Dumbrauskas, Commerce , 2nd, Bestick, Classical'
5rd, Loprado, Commerce, 4th, Connor, Classical. Time .05.9.
25-Yard Dawh-lst, Evans, North, 2nd, Pedone, North, 5rd, Stayman, Classical'
4th, Wiik, Commerce. Time .03.4.
500-Yard DdJlIm1St, Stayman, Classical, 2nd, Wiik, Commerce, 5rd, Pedone,
North, 4th, Evans, North. Time .41.
Slanding Broad Jump+1st, Bestick, Classical, 2nd, tie between Loprado, Com-
merce ancl Dumbrauskas, Commerce, 4th, tie between Wiik, Commerce'
Pedone, North, and Stayman, Classical. Distance, 9 ft., 9M in.
Shot Pu!-lst, Wiik, Commerce, 2nd, Cogoli, North, 5rd, Matzilevitch, Classical'
4th, Connor, Classical. Distance, 45 ft., 11 in.
Relay-lst, Commerce CWiik, Loprado, Sweeney, and Dumbrauskasj, 2nd
Classical CConnor, Stayman, Bestick, and Matzilevitchj. Time 2.26.
Commerce 45M Classical 27M North 25M
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Hzzgh Jump-lst, Dumbrauskas, Commerce, 5 ft., 9 in.: 2nd, Dupont, Commerce:
5rd, Beinema, Commerce : 4th, tie between Sweeney, Commerce, and
Standing Broad Jump-lst, Bestick, Classical C9 ft., 10M in.D : 2nd, Kachadorian,
South: 5rd, Borg, Commerce: 4th, Iamgochian, North.
I2-Pound Sho! Pu!-lst, Wiik, Commerce C46 ft., 7M in.D: 2nd, Borg, Commerce:
5rd, Cogoli, North: 4th, Yablonski, Classical.
25 -Yard Dawk-
First Heat: lst, Rutelonis, Commerce: 2nd, Dalrymple, Commerce. Time
Second Heat: lst, Lawrey, Commerce: 2nd, Yablonski, Classical. Time .05.6.
Third Heat: lst, Iohnson, North: 2nd, Porter, Commerce. Time .O5.5.
Fourth Heat: lst, Pedone, North: 2nd, Kochadonian, South. Time .05.4.
Fifth Heat: lst, Stayman, Classical: 2nd, Evans, North. Time .05.5.
First Semi-final Heat: lst, Kachadonian, South 5 2nd, Rutelonis, Commerce.
Second Heat: lst, Pedone, North: 2nd, Stayman, Classical. Time .O3.4.
Final Heat: lst, Pedone, North: 2nd, Stayman, Classical: 5rd, Kachadonian,
South: 4th, Rutelonis, Commerce. Time .05.4.
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First Heat: lst, Beinema, Commerce: 2nd, Borg, Commerce. Time .04.2.
Second Heat: lst, Rutelonis, Commerce: 2nd, Iamgochian, North. Time
Third Heat: lst, Bestick, Classical: 2nd, Dumbrauskas, Commerce: 5rd,
Beinema, Commerce: 4th, tie among Rutelonis, Commerce: Bestick,
Classical 3 and Iamgochian, North. Time .04.2.
600-Yard Run-lst, Lamb, South: 2nd, Hallisey, North: 5rd, Wiik, Commerce 3
4th, Sweeney, Commerce. Time l.55.6.
500-Yam' Dawh Cpursuit stylej-lst, Kachadorian, South 5 2nd, Stayman, Classi-
cal: 5rd, Lawrey, Commerce 3 4th, Evans, North.
First Heat: lst, Dumbrauskas, Commerce: 2nd, Hallisey, North, 2.49.5:
5rd, O'Connor, North.
O'HEARN, MR. SULLIVAN, DUFFY
BURNS, KEARNS, DICK, MALMQUIST
Carl Malmquist, Caplain
Sullivan, Faculfy f1dVl'J'0l'
May 27 Leicester High
May 29 Westboro
Iune 2 Leicester High Chome
Iune 4 Classical
lune 6 South
Iune 7 Trade
June 10 Trade
KARSBERG, MR. PALSER, TAYLOR, WOOD
CREAMER, BURNS, DONOVAN
Mr. Palser, 14dVl.J'0l'
l Midcllesex Academy, away Mag'
2 Commerce High Mag'
14 Classical High Nlay
15 XNilliston Academy, away Iune
Iune 6 South High
16 South High
18 Assumption High, away
25 Commerce High
4 Classical High
WHITE, ANDERSON, MR. WRIGHT, TOSI, KANE. HASTINGS
NYHOLIVI, CARR, SAVAGEAU, GORDON, WALLSTEN
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GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM
GRAVLIN, I. GREEN, ROYAL, CARR, CROZIER, DONNELLY
IOHNSON, ASH, THOMAS, DOYLE, HOWE, ESSEN, MCLAUGHLIN, CROWLEY, REIDY
N. GREEN, ANDERSON, POWER, HANSON, CAPT. TORKELSON, KOOBATIAN
Qztli jenna AW!
May 20 North 5 Commerce O
May 28 North 5 South 0
lune -1 North 2 Classical 5
WINNERS oE THE CITY CHAMPIONSHIP
F. DELOLLIS, D. O'LEARY, L. WRIGHT, M. SMITH, S. CRIMMINS, D. SCHRODER
E. HORNER, S. O'BRIEN, I. SCHMIDT, G. TODD, M. IONES, M. DOWS
GIRLS' FIELD IIOCKEY SQUAD
E. 'I'DRKEI.SON, I. DONNELLY, A. IUHNSON, NI. IIAAIAIARSTROAI, Ii. CHAPMAN, E. FORAIAN, B. CLARK
C. LEWIS, Ii. TAYLOR, MISS DREW, A. KARIAAIA, AI. IIAAIAIUXD
N. FRIAR V, HANSDN
L. FORKEY, IS. HARRINGTON, S. LEWIS, CAPT. AI. IAEGGLI, E. KEARNEY
C. GRAYLIN, S. BARKER
git!! cle!! ,L1lacAe7 Jerzm
Nliss Drew, Coach
Sylvia Lewis, Caplain
Lillian Forkey, Jlanayer
Shirley Barker, g
Nancy Friar, re
Charlotte Gravlin, rh
Dlarie Hammarstrom, re
lxlarjorie Hammond, g
Virginia Hanson, rh
Barbara Harrington, rf
Emma Hughes, lf
Marilyn laeggli, cf
Anna Karjama, ch
Elizabeth Kearney, ch
Carolyn Lewis, rw
Barbara Taylor, le
October 21 North 0 South 2
October 28 North 2 Classical 1
November 5 North 5 Commerce 2
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL SQUAD
B. CARR, A. MERRILL, V. BOUSQUET, L. LUND, M. HAMMOND, B. CUSHMAN, A. CAMARRA
M. NYGARD, M. GOULD, B. TAYLOR, MISS DREW, V, ROYAL, P. CROZIER, M. HOGAN
G. BRAITHWAITE, V. HANSON, L, FORKEY, CAPT. E. KEARNEY, L. LAVENDIER
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Nliss Drew, Coach
Lillian Forkey, cf, Captain
Elizabeth Kearney, lg, Jlanager
Grace Braithwaite, bg
Phyllis Crozier, If
Nancy Friar, bg
Marjorie Gould, bg
Virginia Hanson, rg
Marjorie Hogan, lf
Louise Lavenclier, rf
Mildred Nygard, rg
Virginia Royal, bg
Barbara Taylor, rf
We u rw:
Being of sound mind and body, we, the class of 1940, do bequeath the follow
ing treasured belongings to the up-and-coming class of '4l.
Betty Cantwell's way with people.
John Bjork's bashfulness.
Sally Lewis' bench-warming ability in basketball.
Louis Hallisey's flying feet.
All Ginnie Hanson's fraternity pins.
Bernie Power's art genius.
Alice Gray's glasses Cdid anyone find 'em?j
Herbie BeCker's big heart.
Louise Lavendier's calmness under fire in a game.
Roger R0berge's faculty for skipping school.
Dot Thomas' keen wit.
George Hastings' oars.
lane Hayes' silly little giggles.
Bob Butler's line.
Betty Power's tennis ability.
Bob Iohnson's dancing.
Peggy Hair's ready smile.
Bill Enos' physique.
Sally Crimmin's business-like manner.
Bob Hawe's sophistication.
Lil Forkey's all-round athletic ability.
Chick Tracy's blue eyes.
Mary Alice Kittredge's touch at the keyboard.
Betty Bresnahan's walk.
Betty Thomas' razzing ability.
Marietta Kettula's abundant energy.
Muriel Hubbard's green sack.
Lib Kearney's scatterbrains.
"Doc" Kentros' drumming.
Eddie lVlarrone's home runs.
lack Lyden's good looks.
Phyllis lVlacAllister's singing voice.
Don Thurlow's trumpet.
Priscilla Bohlin's blond hair.
Iimmy Whittaker's wings.
Don Winchester's driver.
Knowlton Rice's wooden bow ties.
WALTER E. BARNA RD
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during fhe greafer par! of our lime af Norfh, when he
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Preffdenl . . . . Fred Rousseau
f'1'ce-Pre.f1'denl . . . Robert lVlacDowell
Sevrelary . . . Robert Burns
Treafurer . . . Herbert Becker
H. Brooks Wood
Elaine Essen, Prexidenf
Priscilla Crane, SECf8fdQU
Elizabeth Hall, I 'ice Preirzdenl
Dorothy Thomas, Treatrurer
David Brigham, Prefidenl
ohn Bjork, Secrefary
Herbert Becker, Vice Prefzdenl
Kenneth Sund, Treawurer
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The recess meetings of the "Sigma Alpha Pi" gossip sorority in Miss Drew's
The earrings and "sloppy loc" sweaters that graced the girls.
The Seniors rushing around swapping pictures.
Those HA.M.'s" that Mr. French inaugurated for being late.
What a relief it was when Classical left. Remember all the notes they used
to leave in North desks? "Dear Fellow Occupant of this desk: Are you a blond
or brunette?" etc.
How glad everybody was when Miss Tomlinson got back from her illness.
"A substitute is never as good as the original."
Why matrons' hair gets gray-"Has anyone seen Mabel? I forgot my
Latin book and I gotta get into the locker roomlu "Mabel, will you keep these
till I come back?" "Mabel, I ripped my stocking, can you fix it?" "Mabel,
will you open the shower room?" "Mabel-"
The stag lines along the corridors by Room 21 every morning before school,
taking in all the girl strollers.
The "coughing fits" that annoyed the teachers so when chemistry students
made chlorine in the chemical laboratory.
All the hot campaigning in the class elections, with election slates written
all over the blackboards. Yehoudi, the "dark horse," got a big following in
the election of senior superlatives.
The green paint on Mr. Fletcher's Physics Laboratory windows. We never
did find out what it was there for.
The "static" machine in Mr. lohnson's Physics II electric course. Remem-
ber how he told us to hold hands: and when we did, and he turned on the juice,
anyone who let go got a shock?
The political arguments in Mr. William's classes, and his tests! Like
"blitzkreigs," and fully as deadly.
The silly things the sorority and fraternity members made their pledges
do: dances, queer apparel, songs, and other humiliating stunts at recess.
The awful struggles we had doing anthologies in English VH. Most of us
got so saturated with poetry then that we never wanted to see another poem.
How popular the library became around "long theme" time.
The Record Board Assembly, with the "Kay Kyseru imitation that was so
good, and the "Pot of Gold" program. That last assembly had everybody
pretty excited for a while when they were drawing the seat number for the
"gold" that turned out phoneyl
The swell performances our band gave. Any Northite will swear we're
the City's best and dressiest band. And the six twirlers were certainly pretty
And how regretful we are at the thought of the end of our four years here
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