North Quincy High School - Manet Yearbook (North Quincy, MA)

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James Nichol Muir m a 'QQ L V i fr i gr V W. .. . 5, L 'ff is en . vml-vig: , ' '12 fn . - ' JZ:- 7- '31 , W ' , 34 1 , A . ,Y ,jj fa kia. 5 f fff 5 .. , W' Dlr. Frank E. Dlacllonald Assistant Principal Dlr. James S. Collins Principal S Ll, enduring and worth-while projects should find their justfiication in the need that brings them into existence. Their usefulness a11d value are clearly indicated according to the degree of service which they render in advancing the best interests of those concerned. It is our hope that this issue of our yearbook may be the means of a further realization of worthy accomplishment, and one of the rungs in our ladder of pI'0gI'0SS. The special theme of this issue is "Candid Camera Shots." It is the wish of the editors to present to our readers pictures of our real selves in a number of our activities, all of which are essential to school life. Such pictures should show purposeful activity without any camouflage or special treatment to reveal anything other than the original. Perhaps from this timely subject we may appreciate more fully the value of forming our habits so successfully that our consciences will always be clean and clear, and that the candid camera will present pictures that will be pleasing to others and satisfying to ourselves. May these pictures be so valuable that we may refer to them now and always as a source of inspiration and value throughout our lives. Our congratulations are hereby extended to those responsible for its l ' ' . . . . pu Jl'Cat'0n James T. Volhns, Principal ,, 4,l,,1. -::-,v,e..- , ..',, ...'U --.o..s.-hs..-I-. , YK ,QQ , q , ... . .-- 1 ..A,-- U I ,. x- ., . ,. .. , , .. fF2fff'.'i1!1'f'f' i H 0:v?7.Yi5! P-f-'."'-'-'1 :z:..'g, .. r I-Eg. 435' :If QQ, 1:2-'-5:. b' ': gm' . -44'u'A-x , , ., . H.---,I ... . , g. - , . , , -1"..- ' - -., 1,04- ' f. -" I ..f'5"'-'-'i:r .j. '51, .945 "-'1 f '5'-'::' 1' X . gy -:.... -,. . .. -- . . -. . ...-R.. - j M ..:- EL- 5: 2-. .:.g: .- .1 nm, .. ..h.,.. . :ml -..':- :',..:.:m....'- gm - ln rm eH'm'l, to purtrzliy more mln-qllzitiely the ye:1ir's activities at Nurtli Quincy High Sehool, the .llanvf for 1989 has been clevel- upecl along the iliereaisingly interesting note of the Candid earnera. It is t.he hope of the stuff that all innovzitions have been made in goml taste :intl that dignity has not been szieritieecl in the en- rlezivor to make this yezu"s volume :L more interesting and more l':Litl1l'ul rel,ruspeet of life at North Quincy Higli School in the year that has passed. Dedication Seniors Organizations Activities Juniors Advertising f ' N 6 al 4 f'N E bm 0,4 SSN 0" ' ' X Kp, ui , vs x Ani S ! Q ,IT 111 1,5 .R 5 kxxx 3' .ummm-Av--1-'I -.-.,, I ...ll .... 3 Q s f i ' 'v. af- -.'.'. --JA -v.'f.'-'fu '...vm--r.7- --rf - -' -5 X' Z . 1 .5 . ll ' . . . . ,I T-- Il 1 . . 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' 41'.'77'.'."'L-'J .'7'T'-'-'..' 5' I- .1'?:"5 .Q ' f rj 5' f-'+1'.'.' .'."':.'.""' - L' 1: 'J ' ' " if ".g5.'.. .zgg,'.'--.J jf '11 " ,-I -4.1 " -" 4' . .. ,,.. ..gf - ... -- 1 -.' . af -1 .Af . ruand-QR: . f- . .1 v .. 2 3. . -1 .3 52 Q ' Y 3 '. '.. ' -..--1---eu ez..-na.-1 ug! gp,-an-nr-4-zu.--:..:,, 4 .Y 'J If ' x . . . ,. -. . ' 3 I l yi.-,-gt. ugh . L . 5 : 4....,,..q..Z- y 1 f a 1' : 4u'lfU'.Nf'?2Nl22JV4!1J':'y GENE SPRAGUE Vice President CLASS DFFICEIQS XYARREN BRVCE Preszzielzf WILLIAM MOODY Treasurer INEZ SIMMONS Secretary DDE iVhen yet unfathomed Time has had its way .Xnrl days of youth has snatched from out our grasp, Then these let us remember: zest in play .ind work, our present joy and future hope l'nstainerl as yet by doubt, and laughter gay Voncealing petty selfishness and pain That pass, but leave their imprint, 'neath the sway Of blithe Euphrosyne, who rules in youth. But not with mocking jest of heart grown dry, Nor bitterness of disillusionment- Let higher worth in recollection lie, That we, with thought of glorious past intent .ind confidence, a golden gage may see- -X stirring challenge to ourselves to be. Marion Mainwaring Page Thirteen IQEMEMIBEIQ WHEN Seventh Grade-That was the year the seventh grade was boarded out to any grammar school that would give them school room. lYe worked up an appetite every noon tramping over the hill to the cafeteria. The hours we spent in the shops and sewing rooms according to sex made us feel like the country mouse come to visit his city cousin. In the grammar school we were somebody, for we went to Junior High, but here in this huge community we were small fry. To the members of the traffic squad we were that paradox which must not only be ignored but also be kept in line and prevented from sliding down the banisters. However, we had our big moments. Remember the Junior Carnival? Ah! Now there was a whirl of abandoned gaiety and all for one quarter of a dollarw "Ladies and gentlemen, moom' pitchers, basketball, amateur show, with an evening of dancing to the tripping strains of the Trust-Busters." The novelty of going to Junior High had only begun to pall when we found that it was really time to become a loose screw in an educational machine, for the eighth grade was near at hand. 4 Eighth GradeARemember the thrill of taking your rightful place in the complex scheme of things academic and unacademic? Here we Hrst encountered Vocational Guidance in its most pernicious form, Vocational Civics. Just as the conjuror says, "Pick a card, any card," so the instructor said to us, "Pick a voca- tion." Every girl was going to be a career woman, a stylist, an interior decorator, just as all the boys were to build the Boulder Dams and the Golden Gate bridge spans of the future, sit on the Supreme Court, or be G llen. We watched endless movies of other people at work, striking oil wells, making matches from California redwoods, balancing the national budget, or collecting the municipal garbage. lVe were initiated into the mysteries of simple and not so simple interest: we computed endless examples in which we were shown how to determine the amount to which a principal of 541.98 at a scandalous rate of interest would amount to by the time we were 99.4-L years old. After we had Hgured for three weeks, our benefactors showed us how to use a compound interest table which we promptly forgot how to use and had to be instructed in again in llath Review. Later they tried to soften the blow of ninth-grade algebra by perplexing us with problems concerning A, B, and c the was the little boyl and n eggs. However, like most good intentions they only paved the way to . . . the ninth grade. Ninth Grade-Now we were somebody tat least we thought soj for we organ- ized our class and ran our own gala affairs. Having learned how to balance the budget according to the laws of supply and demand, diminishing returns, and other erudite complexities in Economic Civics, we were privileged to see if we could make the outcome match the income. The duly elected officers found that in order to have a class dance they must first teach the class to dance. So the afternoon dancing classes came into being. The fox-trot and the waltz were still the dances for the ballroom, and lessons in these Terpsichorean feats alternated with discourses on the social etiquette of gum-chewing. There was a Spring Dance as a preliminary to the Prom in June. Contrary to the misconception of the present generation the now hoary-headed seniors did not dance in crinoline Page Fourteen and canary yellow waistcoats but in conventional organdy, white flannels and blue coats. This is the year we chose our respective courses for better or for worse. Some of us had a taste of Latin and the usual dose of Grammar and l,iterature spoon- fed, but all too soon we were to find out how wearing a steady diet of such fare can be in the years to come. Tenth Grade-Now things began to be nasty. There were some who blithely signed awa.y their souls and all their spare time for three years when they decided to study French. Some of us studied for said we didl Plane Geometry although it wasn't at all plain. Those who had wandered into C'aesar's Callie ll'urs strug- gled with sentences which began, "lVhen Vaesar had broken up his winter quarters where he had been all summer long, he took unto him all his slaves and their little baggages which they would not leave because they were possessed with a fondness for them in order to ride on his great steed which wore a ribbon in his hair and gold-plated shoes" . . . and so on into the wee small hours of the night. Those who thought to become industrial tycoons or marry the office boy began their struggle with that obstinate creature, the typewriter. It was the strangest animal really, for it had ideas all its own on spelling. Remember those peculiar exercises like "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the partyu and other such masterpieces of mystery? Now we could help to carry on the grand old traditions of North as befitted members of the Senior High, among these, the helping to tear down the goal- post after the Quincy game even though that was the year we only tied with them. Eleventh Grade-Remember? That was the year you discovered what it was to take five majors. Although you worked like a horse on a treadmill, you never accomplished anything. lYeren't we relieved to see those one week holidays come around lYe went out every night in the week, and went skating all day long. Finally we had to go back to school to rest from such a round of debauchery. For the first time in North's history the Junior class was organized as a sep- arate unit. lYe elected our own officers and planned our own socials for our own diversion. But, taken on the whole, we were like the filling in the sandwich, just in between, but soon we would attain the dignity of seniors and could lord it over all that we could survey from our lofty pinnacle. Twelvth Grade-Remember the night of the Big lYind? Then we had the best excuse on this green earth for not doing our home work, for who could work without light to read by and a telephone to keep in contact with the wizard who knew all the answers? It really didn't matterthat the lights came on again fiveminutes later in some parts of the city because teachers eouldn't prove anything no matter what they surmised. At the Record Hop, Swing first entered the sacred portals of NQHS. 'l'he old rafters rang to the stomp of' the jitterbugs and hep-cats and the "cheep, cheep" of the "Indian Love fall." Heated discussions were held behind the august portals of the Senior Student Vouncil, ranged in dignified state around their ping-pong table, concerning this menace to civilization. but swing withstood the Poge Fifteen virtuous attacks of these blue stockings, and exponents of tl1e jive flourished at the senior class dance. Recollect how any day you went to the studios of the class photographer you were sure to find seniors waiting to display those dazzling tooth-paste ad smiles for the benefit of a sensitized plate? Some day, when you are old and gray, you will meet an old lady who graduated with you who will cackle in senile glee, "I have one of your class picturesg you never thought that those would return to haunt you, did you?" But never mind, she'll only be revenging herself for the time you ditched her for that dizzy blonde that sat behind you in P. D. How could you forget the furor created by the discussions concerning what the well-dressed senior would wear to make his grand exit from his Alma Hater? The Rightists and Leftists, Blugwumps and Conservatives were all represented in the various contending elements in our previously placid puddle. Some held out for the old reliables, blue coats a.nd white flannels, while others were adamant in their vociferously expressed wish tor something new and different. This subject was of such vast importance that it really didn't matter that governments were being overthrown, that dictators were celebrating half-century birthdays, or that fuel picketers kept hot in the business of keeping Mr. Average Man cold, for what is as important as what one wears on the most important day of one's life? lYhat. revelries Class Day offered when you could revert to your own true nature and express your personality by sucking at lollipop in Physics, rolling your pants to expose a manly shank, wearing a hair ribbon two feet wide, and indulging in other intantile delights-when everyone piled into a procession of gaily streamered cars to spend the afternoon pleasure bent, swimming, dancing, and eating loads of goo! And then with the dawn of Commencement Day do you remember how the unholy glee with which you had looked forward to the time when you would finally quit this vale of tears began to be a bit forced as the actual hour of parting approached? Robert Martell Page Sixteen EDITII A. ADAMS 303 Billings Street Burdctt College Archcry 3: Badminton 2: Ping Pong l: Bowling 2. 3: Tennis 3: Girls' Cluh 3 PHYLLIS M. ADAMS 43 Holyoke Street Burdctt College Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Ping Pong l Horseback Riding 1, -2, 3: Bowl- ing l, 2: Girls' Club 3 ANNA A. AJEMIAX 201 Farrington Street Tratlic Squad 3: Jlanel Stall' 31 Glee Club 3: Orchestra I, Q, 3' Operetta 2: Bowling 3: Tennis 3 Girls' Cluh 3 1.y,,kW', JANE A. ALMINUS 247 Wilson Avenue Art School Girls' Basketball 1: Girls' Track 15 Archery 9. Ping Pong 1: Bowling 25 Tennis 3 PRISCILLA ANDERSON r 10 Landers Road Massachusetts State College fl: Photography 3' Girls' Cluh 3 I WI I,l,lA M ID. BALI. 27 Yane Street. l,owell Institute ol' Technology Wrestling il: lli-Y Cluh 21 Traffic Squad 2, 3: tilee Cluh l. Q. 3: Aeapella Choir 33 Operetta l. Q: Student Council Q, 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Assem- lrly Committee 31 Honor Society Q, 31 llonor Boll l BARBARA A. BARNES 33 Sherman Street Horseback Riding Q, 3g Tennis Q: Girls' Cluh 3 DOROTHY H. BEAM 30 West Elm Avenue Girls' Basketball Q, 31 Tri-Hi-Y Cluh 2, 3: Photography 1: Library Stab 3: Commercial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 BARBARA L. BEAN 40 Hamilton Street Burdett College 43 G Bowling 33 Girls' Club 3 '-J 'T 4 MARY E. BEGLEY 4-:Z Ilamilton Avenue Pliotography 3: Bowling Q, 3: Commercial Awards Q, 33 Honor Roll lg Girls' Club 3 Page Seventeen CHARLES J. BELLIVEAI' 178 Highland Avenue Tufts College Varsity Track 2, 3 MARIE F. BERGERON 14 Blake Street Class Play 3: Traffic Squad 32 Bowling 3g Girls' Club 3 VIR.GINIA E. BERRY 148 Oxenbridge Road New England Conservatory of Music Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 IVILBER C. BEVANS 163 Elliot Avenue Varsity Golf 1: Traffic Squad Q: Glee Club 13 Cafeteria Squad 11 Ping Pong 2: Bowling 1 ROBERT C. BISHOP 98 Harvard Street Blount Herman Preparatory School Varsity Basketball QQ Track 13 Glee Club 13 Student Council 1' 2: Cafeteria Squad 13 Ping Pong Q3 Bowling 1, Q Page Eighteen A BETSY BLACK Q31 Holbrook Road IVilfred Academy Girls' Track 22: Tri-Hi-Y Club Q, 31 Archery Q, 3: Bowling Q, 3: Assembly Committee 39 Girls' Club 3 PHILIP D. BLACK 50 Willow Street Varsity Golf 3 SHIRLEY G. BLACK 50 Safford Street Horseback Riding 32 Bowling 3g Tennis 2, 3: Girls' Club 3 DONALD H. BLATT 89 Atlantic Street Hickox Secretarial School A Varsity Football 1, 2, 3g Hi-Y Club 3: Traffic Squad Q, 3g Glee Club 1, Q, 3g A Capella Choir 1, 35 Operetta 1, 23 Stu- dent Council Q: Cafeteria Squad Q, 33 Rifle Club 33 Tennis Q ROBERT G. BOWLBY 236 Hollis Avenue Class Play QQ Glee Club 2, 33 Operetta 2: Cafeteria Squad 1 ROY A. BOWLHS S lYinslow Road Band 3: Tratlie Squad 2 A RLEXE G. BRADY 78 Walnut Street Bryant and Stratton Girls' Club 3 GEORGE BRAY 4-9 Brook Street Boston College Varsity Football l, 2, 3: Varsity Basketball l, 22: Varsity lYrest- ling 1, 2: Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3: Varsity Iloekey 31 ,llanrl Staff lg Cafeteria Squad l: Ping Pong 2 CA'l'IIl'IRIX E E. BRODERICK 52 Hovey Street Burdett College Yearbook Stati' 33 Bowling 3 DAVID A. BROWN 201 Safford Street Ifniversity of Maine Yarsity Wrestling I, 2, 32 Tennis 2, 3: Rifle Club 3: Ili-Y Club 3 JANIICS l". BROWN ll-A lYillet Street lli-Y Club 3: Bowling I: Cafe- teria Squad Q, 3: Ping Pong I, 21 Class Day Committee 3 VIRGINIA BROWSE 111 Avillow Street Stenograplier .llcmef Staff Q: Girls' Club 3: Commercial Awards 3 IYARREX E. BRUCE 6-I Russell Street Boston Iiniversit y Varsity Football l, Q, 3: Varsity Hockey 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Class Day Committee 3: Recep- tion Committee 3 PHI LLI I' C. BITCK 523 Ilaneoek Street 'l'ufts College 'l'ratlie Squad 3g Band l, Q, 3L llorsebaek Riding lg Orchestra l GEORGE L. BCRXS 98 Russell Street Massachusetts Nautieal Training Ship Cafeteria Squad ll Bowling., Squad 3: Yearbook Statl' 3 Bowling 1 Page Nineteen MARJORIE E. BLTLER 45 Conant Road Traffic Squad 1. 2: Band 1, Q. Commercial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 CLARE E. BYRNES 399 Hancock Street Girls' Club 3 ANNE M. CAFARELLA GS Young Street Glee Club 1, Q: Girls' Club 3: Operettn 1 NANCY CAHILL 189 Everett Street Bridgewater State Teachers College Girls' Varsity Track 3: Traffic Squad 1, Q, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, 2. 3: JIa1zdStaH' Q: Yearbook Stad 3: Archery 3: Ping Pong 1: Bowling Q, 3: Honor Society Q. 3: Honor Roll 1: Girls' Club 3 DORIS I. CAHOON 25 Gould Street Burdett College Ping Pong 1: Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 Page Twenty DOROTHY E. CAIN Q39 Fayette Street Cheerleader Q, 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Ping Pong Q, 3: Commercial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 ELLSWORTH C. CALKINS 54 Holmes Street Norfolk Agricultural School Band 3 FRANK A. CA MBRIA 34 Holmes Street Class Play 2: Traffic Squad 1, 2. 3: Cafeteria Squad 1, 2: Assem- bly Committee Q: Moving Pic- ture Operator 1, 2, 3 VERNON A. CAMPBELL 195 Fayette Street North ea stern Cniversity DORIS M. CARLSON 7:2 Pratt Road Restaurant Business Traffic Squad 2, 33 Cafeteria Squad 1, Q5 Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 ROY N. CARLSON TQ Park Avenue limited States Navy CHARLES F. CARNRICK 149 Yassall Street Varsity Track 1 2, 3: Cross, Country 1, Q: Class Play 2, 3: Traffic Squad 3: Operetta 2: Cafeteria Squad 3 EDWARD P. CARPENTER 12 Bass Street Rhode Island State College Tennis Q, 35 Honor Roll 1, Q LEXA E. CARUSO 590 Hancock Street Wilfred Academy Orchestra 1, 2: Operetta 1, Q3 Archery 3: Girls' Club 3 MARY A. CARIISO 590 Hancock Street Stenographer Bowling 33 Commercial Awards 21 Girls' Club 3 MARY CASSIDY 221 llollis Avenue Girls' Basketball 23 Tri-Hi-Y Club fig Archery Q: Tennis 21 Girls' Club 3 ALBERT H. CASTLE 19 Hodges Avenue Commercial Art and Designing Traffic Squad 33 .llanet Staff 3: Honor Roll 3 ROY CAVICCHI 160 Highland Avenue Bentley School of Accounting Varsity AYrestling 2, 3g Hi-Y Club3 CAROLYN CHAPMAN 557 Hancock Street Katherine Gibbs School Traffic Squad 1, Q1 Tri-Hi-Y Club Q, 3: Library Staff 33 Archery 33 Badminton 11 Ping Pong lg Bowling Q, 3: Assembly Committee 33 Girls' Club 3 ARTHUR T. CLARKE 62 Hodges Avenue Burdctt College Yarsity Hockey 3g Cafeteria Squad 1, QQ Ping Pong Q, 3: Bowling 1, Q: Rifle Club 3 Page Twenty-one FRED J. COBBAN -L6 Botolph Street Varsity Baseball 1, Q, 3, Hockey 3 JOHN W. COCHRANE Q7 Farrington Street Cafeteria Squad 3 PATRICIA M. COLE 18 Pierce Street Boston Clerical School TraHic Squad 3: News Stal? 3: Cafeteria Squad Q, 3: Library Staff 3, Archery Q, 3: Ping Pong Q, Honor Society Q, 3: Honor Roll Q: Girls' Club 3 BERNARD C. COLLINS '7Q Alstead Street Fitchburg Stat e Teachers College Class Play 3: Rifle Club 3 MARJORIE E. COMINS IQ Newport Terrace Chandler Secreta rial School Traffic Squad Q, Tri-Hi-Y Club Q, Archery 1: Girls, Club 3 Page Twenty-two ARTHUR T. CONNORS 115 Billings Road Varsity Wrestling 1, Q, 3, Hi-Y Club Q, 3 JOHN C. CONNORS QQ Bay State Road Bentley School of Accounting WILLIAM B. CORNELL 58 Arnold Road N ort hea stern University Varsity Football 1, Varsity Viirestling 1, Q, 3, Hi-Y Cub Q, 3, Traffic Squad 1, Q RUTH E. COSGROVE 107 Colby Road Chandler Secretarial School Cheerleader Q, 3, Traffic Squad 3, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Glee Club 1, Bowling Q, Girls' Club 3 WILLIAM E. COWLEY 64 Rawson Road New England Conservatory of Music Class Play 3, Traffic Squad 1, Q, 3, Orchestra Q, 3, Band Q, 3, A Cappella Choir 1, Q, 3, Operetta 1, Q, Glee Club 1, Q, 3 BEVEILLY l'. CltANDAl,l, 3:2 Freelnan Street Bnrdett College Archery 3: llonor Roll 1. 211 Girls' Club 3: Honor Society 3: Commercial Awards 3 CHARLES E. CROXVELL 15 Pierce Street Ohio Cniversity Varsity Football Q. 3: Va rsity Basketball 1: Track 2, 3: Cross Country 3: Traffic Squad 1, Q, 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Honor Socie- ty Q, 3: Honor Roll 1 BIARJORIE H. CROWN 79 North Central Avenue Telephone Opera tor Traffic Squad 1, 2: Bowling 1, Q: Girls' Club 3 MARGUERITE C. CUNNIFF 129 Hamilton Avenue Telephone Operator Photography 3: Commercial Awards 31GiI'ls' Club 3 RI'Tl1 E. DAGGETT 1 Moscow Street Journalism .1111 ue! Staff 3g Yearbook Staff 3: News Staff 31 Library Staff 2, fl: Honor Boll 1, 2: Girls' Club 3 I1 41' I.ll,l,lAN ll. DAMIIELI. ltl 1VeSt Elin Avenue Boston l'niversity Library Staff 551 Girls' Club 3 ROBERT E. DAY 187 Newbury Street Boston University Varsity Football 1, Q, fig Varsity Track Q, 3: Varsity Wrestling Q: Hi-Y Club 3: Traffic Squad 3: Rifle Club 3 DELLA M. DeBEAL'MONT 10 Atlantic Street Cafeteria Squad 3: Girls' Club 3 ED WARD P. De-BER Y 38 Hollis Avenue Northeastern Cniversity Horseback Riding 1: Rifle Club 3 JOHN A. DEERING 195 Atlantic Street Traffic Squad 2 Page Twenty-three RAYMOND F. DeLURY 36 Pope Street NORMAN L. - Des CHAMPLAIN Q0 Essex Street Boston University Traffic Squad 1, Q5 Glee Club 1, Q, 33 A Cappella Choir 1, Q, 33 Operetta 1, Q, 35 Ping Pong 13 Rifle Club 1 SARAH L. DiCARLO 4-4 Holyoke Street Sargent School of Physical Education Basketball 1, Q, 35 Track 1, Q, 3: Cheerleader 3g Traflic Squad 1, Q1 Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, Q, 3: illqmft StaH 33 Yearbook Staff 3: Stu- dent Council 1g Cafeteria Squad 3: Archery Q: Bowling 1, 22 Athletic Council Q, Girls' Club 3 NORMA V. DODDS 5 Tirrell Street Chandler Secretarial School Traffic Squad 1, Q: Archery 3: Ping Pong 3g Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 EILEEN M. DOHERTY 11 Herbert Road Katherine Gibbs School Glee Club 35 Tennis QQ Girls' Club 3 Page Twenty-four JOSEPH P. DRISCOLL 4 Faxon Road Rhode Island State College Basketball 1, Q, 31 Baseball 1, Q, 3: Hi-Y Club 3g Class Day Com- mittee 3g Trafiic Squad Q, 33 Honor Society Q, 3, Honor Roll 1, Q. ROBERT P. DROHAN IQ Montclair Avenue Bentley School of Accounting Golf 3 JOHN P. DUGGAN 5Q Apthorp Street Civil Service Track Q, 33 Cross Country 33 Traffic Squad Q, 3g Student Council 3g Cafeteria Squad 3, Honor Society Q, 3 ELIZABETH C. DUNN -L1 Bromfield Street Traflic Squad 1, Qg Tri-Hi-Y Club Q, 33 Glee Club Q3 Operetta Qg Cafeteria Squad 3, Bowling 3g Girls' Club 3g Honor Society 3 WILLIAM R. DUNN 157 Newbury Avenue Tampa University Baseball Q, 3, Hockey 3, Class Day Committee 3 Ll'l'll.I.A EATON lll Hollis Avenue Boston Cniversity Varsity Basketball l: Traflic Squad 3: News Sta tt' 33 Horseback Riding Q, 33 Glee Club l, Q, 31 Orchestra l, 2, 3: Band 3: A Cappella Choir l, 3: Operetta l, '23 Cafeteria Squad 1: Library Staff 1. 33 llonor Roll '21 Girls' Club 3: Honor Society 3 MARG ER Y G. EDDY 39 Kendall Street Quincy Hospital Training School for Nurses Ping Pong :23 Girls' Club 3 WILLIAM S. ELLSWORTH 154- Granger Street Boston University Hi-Y Club 33 Tennis 2, 3 RCTII M. EXGLEY 188 Elliot Avenue Bowling 2, 3: Girls' Club 3 C. AXDERS ERICSON 18 Clark Street Bentley School of Accounting Track 2, 33 Cross Country 23 Cafeteria Squad 2, 33 Bowling 13 Rifle Club 3 PHILIP M. EWING 112 Oxenbridge Road Ohio State Cniversity Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 33 Varsity Track 23 Hi-Y 2, 33 Student Council 33 Cafeteria Squad 33 Bowling 33 Honor Society 2, 3: Honor Roll 1, 23 Traflic Squad Q, 3 MARGARET M. FAIIERTY 134- Wilson Avenue Burdett College Varsity Basketball 1, 33 Pho- tography 3: Bowling 2, 33 Girls' Club 3 J. RICHARD FAIRBANKS Q2 Albany Street Ohio State University Varsity Baseball 2, 33 Hockey 33 Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3 EVELYN L. FALES 38Q Beale Street Chandler Secretarial School Tri-Ili-Y Q, 33 Archery 33 Bad- minton 1, 23 Bowling Q, 33 Tennis 23 Commercial Awards 33 Girls' Club 3 THOMAS F. FEENEY 56 llarriet Avenue Varsity Golf l, 2 Page Twenty-five PHYLLIS FERSON 15 Flynt Street Boston Lniversity Tri-Hi-Y Club 31 Cafeteria. Squad 3g Library Staff 3: Bad- minton lg Ping Pong lg Bowling 33 Girls' Club 3 J. RICHARD FINDLAY 7 Freeman Street JOSEPH G. GALLAGHER 94 Edwin Street EDITH M. GARDINER 3 Myrtle Street Burroughs Horseback Riding 3: BOWling 2: Commercial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 LORRAINE L. GARTNER 13 Sewall Street Medical Stenography Ping Pong 11 Horseback Riding 1 Q 3' Commercial Awards 3g 1-fsx ,, , Q .fag If ' , x N .pa aan! ff .: ws A , Q Girls' Club 3 i t I Page Twenty-six N 1-5 Q at ., N vb 3 .,., vg. ,,Q1'.3 ' fa. A " 'A wa W, s " i k ' V . , ii: x W2 . JOSEPH M. GAUDREAU 182 Atlantic Street Boston College Varsity Track 34 Class Play 33 Traffic Squad QQ Yearbook StaH 33 Bowling 3 LAURENCE R. GILBERT 15 Park Avenue KENNETH W. GLAZEBROOK 85 East Squantum Street Boston University Varsity Track 1, 33 Hockey 1, QQ Hi-Y Club 35 Honor Roll 1 SHIRLEY J. ,GOLDBERG 10 Pierce Street Boston University Traiic Squad 1, Q, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, Q, 3g Mane! Staff 3g Yearbook Staff 3g News Staff 3g Glee Club lg Operetta 13 Cafeteria Squad 3g Badminton lg Bowling Q, 3g Honor Society Q, 35 Honor Roll 1g Girls' Club 3 DOROTHY J. GOODE 101 1Nalker Street Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3g Archery 3g Bowling 3g Tennis 3g Girls' Club 3 ltOBl'Ill'l' ll. GOODOAK If Lincoln .Xvenne IIFZIIISIIIZIII Varsity Track I Q, 3: Prose Vountry 2. 31 t'afeteria Squad 1 Athletic Vouncil Q, 3 MARION S. GRAXAHAX 33 French Street MALRICE W. GRAYES 186 Beach Street Lniversity of New Hampshire VIRGINIA M. G RAY 24- Newfield Street Burdett College Bowling Q: High Honor Roll 1: Girls' f'luh 3 S.XBlil'1NA G. GRl'll'lNWOOD 68 Beach Street Bryn Mawr Vollegc Girls' Basketball l, 3: Traffic Squad 2, 3: 'l'ri-lli-Y C'lulr l, 2, 3 .llunei Staff 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Vafeteria Squad 55: Archery 23 Badminton l, 2: Ping Pong I, Q3 Tennis l: Honor Society 2, 8: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: High Honor Roll l, 23 Girls' f'luli fi Q 'U' IIARRY J. Gl'l'IS'l' 162 Highland Avenue Yarsity Baseball l, 2: Varsity Hockey fi: Traffic Squad 2, 31 Cafeteria Squad l DOROTHY MAY HALL Q9 Franklin Avenue Higgins t'ommercial School Glee Vluh Q, 3: A Cappella I f'hoir 3g Ihotography 3g Girls' Club 3 RAYMOND L. HALPERIN 12 Eustis Street Bentley School of Accounting Hi-Y Club 33 Cafeteria Squad 3: Bowling 1, 2, 3 EDWIN A. HANSON 39 North Bayfield Road 5, . , Varsity Track 3: Cross Country 2. Hi-Y f'luh 3 YYILLIAM V. HANSON Q3 l'ltlgl'XYOI'Ill Road Varsity Football l, 2. 3: Varsity Track l, 2,31 Ili-Y Vlulr 3 Page Twenty-seven RUSSELL HARDY '73 Conant Road Carnegie Institute of Technology Varsity Track 1, Q, 3: Cross Country 1, Q, 3 FREDERIC NV. HARRIXGTOX 41 1Valter Street Harvard College Varsity Track 3: Traffic Squad 1: Tennis 2: Honor Roll 1 DAVID R. H KRT 93 Hollis Avenue Post Graduate Track Q, 3: lVrestling 1, 2: Cross Country Q, 3g Tratlic Squad Q, 3: Photography 1, 2: Cafeteria Squad 1, Q, 3 CARL E. HARTBOXVER 29 Apthorp Street 1Vorcester Polytechnic Institute Varsity Track Q: Varsity lVrest- ling QQ Hi-Y Club 3, Traflic Squad 1, Q, 3: Glee Club 3: Cafeteria Squad 31 Student Council 33 Honor Roll Qg Honor Society Q, 3, Operetta 1 FRANCIS C. HAXVCO 63 Holmes Street Annapolis Academy Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3: Varsity Baseball 3: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3g Class Day Committee QQ Ping Pong 13 Honor Roll 1 Page Twenty-eight NORMA A. HAWES 74 Billings Street Stenographer Girls' Club 3 ASTRID K. HENDERSON Q1 Herbert Road Stenographer Yearbook Staff 3: News Staff 3 Glee Club 3: Bowling 3: Com mercial Awards Q, 3: Hono Roll 1, 3: Girls' Club 3g Hono Society 3 THOR R. HERSTAD 36 Aberdeen Road Burdett College Varsity Football Q, 3, Varsity Baseball Q, 3 JOSEPHINE L. HIBBARD 79 Exeter Street Bridgewater State Teachers College Class Play 3g Glee Club 3: Girls' Club 3 RICHARD C. HILL Q1 Cheriton Road Stockbridge .Agricultural School 1"l1.tNt'1S A. l11ltSt'I11"l'Zl,1D 37 llolyokc Strcct Massachusetts ltadio School RUSSELL C. HIRTLE 130 Granger Street Northeastern Vnivcrsity Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 33 Traffic Squad 3: Glee Club l, 2: Band Q, 3: Operctta 1: Bowling lg Tennis 21 Honor Roll 1: High Honor Roll 3 DOROTHY M. HOGAN 42 Franklin Avenue Chandler Secretarial School Tri-Ili-Y Club 3g Commercial Awards EZ, 3: Honor Roll 2: Girls' Club 33 Honor Society 3 JOHN L. HOLBROOK 29 Sherman Street Band 1, Q, 3 FLORENCE C. HOLDEN 400 Beale Street Tri-Hi-Y Club 33 Archery 33 Bowling 2, 34 Girls' Club 3 r.....- i i ng Q - 1 . 5 Jw, i 3-, ,4,-riff Y ff? -Q' ,a. ,Qf X .' ', -zff, iw. S i 143- '4 ' . Wyre 4 .J 5, as i f' 'f SA ' 4 1 VIRGINIA Nl. IIOLLYA 23 Pope Street llryaut and Stratton Business School Girls' Club 3 IIVTII Y. HOLMES 80 Satford Street Typist News Staff 3: Archery 2, 33 Tennis QQ Commercial Awards 2, 33 Girls' Club 3 RICHARD H. HOSTER 15 Carle Road Bentley School of Accounting and Finance Hi-Y Club 3 ELEANOR F HOWES QGQ Billings Street Ilurdett College Bowling 33 Commercial Awards 33 Girls' Club 3 IIOBERT A. HITENEKE 18 Appleton Street Pensacola Naval Flying School Varsity Football 1, 2, fig 1Yrest- ling 1, 2: Ili-Y Club 2, 3: Traffic Squad 31 Cafeteria Squad 1, 23 Assembly Committee Q, 3 Page Twenty-nine CALVIN R. llL'N'l'ER -18 Hobart Street Draftsman Track 1 NORMAN L. Hl'ltD 100 Hollis Avenue Bentley School of Accounting Varsity Football 2: Basketball 1: Track Q, 3: Cross Country 33 Reception Committee 3: Traflic Squad 223 Yearbook Staff 31 Band 1: Honor Roll Q, 3: llonor Society 3 NYILLIAM T. lll'TC'lllNSON 66 Salford Street Northeastern University Baseball 1, 22: Honor Roll Q, 3: Honor Society 3 RITA J. HUTT 148 Newbury Avenue Designer Archery 3: Bowling Q, 3: Girls' Club 3 ARTHUR C. JACOBSON 18Q Norfolk Street Varsity Football 31 Hockey 31 A Hi-Y Club 3 Page Thirty I5 .ia M-4-se his WARREN H. JACOBSON 75 North Bayfield Road Duke University 1Yrestling 1, Q, 3: Hi-Y Club 33 Ping Pong 2, 3: Tennis 3 ROY L. -IEFFREY 1-9 Hamilton Avenue Ohio State University Varsity Football lg Basketball 1, 2: Golf Q, 3: Baseball 1: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 31 Ping Pong 1 1YlLl,IAAl Y. JENNINGS 4-9 South Bayfield Road Bridgeton Academy Varsity Football 1, Q, 3, Track 25 Baseball 1, 3: Hockey 3, Hi-Y Club 3: Reception Com- mittee Q: Ping Pong 1 PHYLLIS L. JOHNS 357 Hancock Street Burdett College Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, Bowling 3: Commercial Awards 3g Girls' Club 3 DONALD M. JOHNSON 16 Hodges Avenue Springfield College Varsity Football 1, Q, 33 Basket- ball 1, 82, 3, 1Vrestling 1, 3: Baseball 1, Q, 3g Hi-Y Club 33 Reception Committee Q5 Traffic Squad 13 Ping Pong 1 l.l'lONOltl'f l". JOHNSON 135 l'llliot Avenue Stenograplier 'llrattie Squatl 32 .Uunrf St:1l'l'Q, 3: Commercial .Xwarcls 3: Honor Society Q. 3: Honor Roll 1, Q: High Honor Roll l: Girls' Club 3 PHILIP IC. .JOHNSON Q4 Lunt Street Northeastern liniversity Cross Country 1: Hi-Y Club Q, 3i Traffic Squad 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Honor Society 3 SYLYIA K. JOHNSON 78 YYest Elm Avenue Massachusetts General School of Nursing Photography 3: Library Staff 33 Honor Roll Q: Girls' Club 3 EYELYN H. JONES Q13 West Squantum Street Massachusetts General School of Nursing Cafeteria Squacl 1, Q, 33 Girls' Club 3 GRA YCE M. JOYCE 4-Q Tyler Street Telephone Operator Cafeteria Squad Q, 3 Archery 1, Q: Bowling 1, Q: Girls' Club 3 33.5.75 :Q 'QT l'lYl'Il,YN M. JITKICS til Albion ltoarl Katherine Gibbs Secretarial Seliool 'Traffic Squafl Q1 Glee Club 31 A Cappella Choir 33 Library Staff 3: Howling Q, 32 Girls' Clllli fi IJIIANCICS J. KANE 33 Eustis Street Hurtlett College Girls' Basketball 3g Girls' Hase- ball 3: Ping Pong Qg Bowling l, Q, 3g Girls' Club 3 GLADWYN A. KARKER 323 Farrington Street. Houghton College Varsity Track Q: Traffic Squarl 3 HAROLD F. KEITH Q07 Saflorcl Street ltOBER.T S. KICLLEY 78 Carlisle Street Bentley School of Finance Varsity Football Q, 3: Varsity Baseball l, Q, 33 Varsity Hockey 3: Commercial Awards Q Page Thirty-one LUELLA M. KEMP 9 Edwin Street Stenographer Girls' Baseball 32 Glee Club 1, Q: Operetta 1, Bowling Q, 3: Girls' Club 3 ROBERT S. KENXEY 11 Albion Road Ohio State Cniversity Hi-Y Club 33 Traflic Squad 33 Orchestra 1, Q, 33 Band 1, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 92, 33 Student Coun- cil 1, Q, 33 Photography Q, 33 Cafeteria Squad 1, Q, 3g Honor Society 3 COLEMAN E. KING '72 Montclair Avenue Fore River Apprentice Golf 1, Q, 31 Hockey 3: Traffic Squad 1, 2 C. RUSSELL KINNEY 61 Bromneld Street Track 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 3g Traliic Squad 3: Photography 2, 3, Rifle Club 35 Honor Roll 1 EUGENE S. KIRKLAND 24 Hamden Circle New England Conservatory of Music Orchestra 13 Band 1, Q, 3 Page Thirty-two 3 vu, "W RICHARD A. KNOWLES 11 Greenwood Avenue Boston University Wrestling 3: Cheerleader 3: Traffic Squad Q, Glee Club li Student Council 13 Bowling 1, Q 3 NORMA V. LaHIVE 8 Channing Street Stenographer Girls' Club 3 .IEANETTE I. LANIIQS 118 Glover Avenue Stenographer Bowling Q, 3: Tennis 2: Decora- tion Committee 3g Girls' Club 3 JOSEPH P. LARKIN 143 East Elm Avenue Tampa University Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1, Qg Ping Pong QQ Varsity Base- ball Qg Varsity Hockey 3 VINCENT R. LARKIN 143 East Elm Avenue Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Wrest- ling 1, 23 Cafeteria Squad 1 FRANK E. LAWSON til John Street Amherst College Varsity Football l: Varsity Wrestling l: Cafeteria Squad 3 Bowling 1: Rifle Club 3 MA RILOL' A. LeD0l'X 176 North Central Avenue Stenographer Girls' Club 3 EDITH W. LeLAND 36 South Bayfield Road Katherine Gibbs School Badminton 2, 35 Bowling 2, 3: Horseback Riding 2, 3: Girls' Club 3 1-ICNICE A. LESSARD 204- Wilson .Avenue Designer Mane! Staff lg Cafeteria Squad 1, 2, 3 CLARE W. LINDBERG lll Waterston Avenue Bridgewater State Teachers College Trafiic Squad 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2, 3: .llanel Staff 3: Yearbook Staff 33 News Staff 3: Cafeteria Squad 3g Library Staff 35 Ping Pong 25 Bowling 33 Honor Society 2, 3: Honor Roll 2: Girls' Club 3 u Q' vs. tr fl O6- Gffii Jw 3' 'S 'f n 'Q at H. l"liANCl'IS LITCIIFIELD 15 Montclair Avenue Stcnographcr Cafeteria Squad lg Archery 3: Bowling 3: Commercial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 ANNA J. LYUNS 61 Sagamore Street Burroughs Machine School Commercial Awards 35 Girls' Club 3 MARJORIE A. LYONS 33 Webster Street, Burroughs Machine School Varsity Basketball 1, 23 Bowling 23 Tennis 1: Commercial Awards 33 Girls' Club 3 WILLIAM F. MacDONALD 152 Clay Street Telephone Company C. FLOYD MacFADEN 65 Pope Street Air Conditioning Varsity Football 1: Varsity Hockey 31 Hi-Y Club al, 3: Cafeteria Squad l Page Thirty-three GEORGE F. MacGREGOR 120 Hamden Circle Newspaper Advertising Traffic Squad 2: Cafeteria Squad 1,2 VERA A. Mac-KENZIE 53 Sterling Street Katherine Gibbs School Archery 3: Ping Pong 3: Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 BEVLAH M. MacLEOD 3 Wadsworth Street Chandler Secretarial School Reception Committee 3: Traffic Squad 31 Jlanet Staff 2. 3: Yearbook Stall 3: News Stall Q, 3: Ping Pong Q: Tennis Q3 Commercial Awards 3: .Assembly Committee 2: Honor Society Q. 3: Honor Roll 1: High Honor Roll Q. 3: Girls' Club 3 ESTHER A. MAHONY 58 South Bayfield Road Chandler Secretarial School News Staff Q1 Bowling 3: Com- mercial Awards :ZQ Girls' Club 3 MARION J. MAINWARING .5-1 VVeston Avenue Simmons College Trafilic Squad 35 Jlanet Staff 2, 3: Yearbook Staff 3: News Staff Q, 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Archery 3g Ping Pong QQ Tennis 2: Honor Society 2, 3: High Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Girls' Club 3 Page Thirty-four N 'U 'WD r,-0 6' 4, ' 'sv VIRGINIA M. MALONEY -17 Rawson Road Secretary Girls' Club 3 D. LAWRENCE MANNING 108 Glover Avenue Massachusetts School of Art .lfunff StaH' 3 M. SHIRLEY MANNING 116 Sherman Street Archery 1, 2, 39 Honor Roll QL Girls' Club 3 RALPH W. MANNING 116 Sherman Street Varsity Football lg Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3g Hi-Y Club 1 JOHN VV. IIANZER 193 VVest Squanturn Street TrafEc Squad 35 Honor Society 3 .IOIIX li. MARA 2-2 Warwick Street Boston College - - Q r s Narsity Football 2: lrack Q: Traffic Squad Q, 3: llonor Society Q. 25: Honor Roll 1 LEONARD E. MARSDEN 173 Satford Street Massachusetts Nautical School Track Q, 3: Honor Roll 3 ROBERT J. MARTELL 1:29 Edwin Street Bates College Traffic Squad 2. 3: .llanet Staff 33 Yearbook Staff 35 Glee Club 1: A Cappella Choir lg Operetta 1: Student Council li Honor Boll 1, Q: Honor Society 2, 3 JOSEPH R. MASON 50 West Elm Avenue Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company Varsity Football 1, :Z RUSSELL H. MATTERX 28 Pratt Road Boston Lniversity Traffic Squad 1: Cafeteria Squad 1, 2: Ping Pong l, 21 Tennis lg Honor Roll 3 FZ 'au -Ia , Q-- x W . A xx . 4 -:r L9 V49 PBISCILLA H. MATTIIBWS 139 Davis Street Basketball 1, 2, 31 Track 1, 2, 55: Tri-Ili-Y Club 31 Archery lg Badminton 1: Ping Pong lg Bowling 1, 2, 3: Tennis l, :lg Girls' Club 3 MARY E. MCCABE 50 Hodges Avenue Bowling 22: Commercial Awards 33 Honor Roll '21 Girls' Club 2, 3 EILEEX L. McCAL'LEY 86 Alstead Street Burroughs Machine School Bowling 1, 21 Favor Committee 3: Yearbook Staff 33 Ping Pong l: Horseback Riding 2, 3: Com- mercial Awards 3: Decoration Committee 3: Girls' Club 3 JOHN S. MCCCTCHEON 60 Farrington Street Boston University Basketball 1, Q, 3: Track 1, 2, 3' Ping Pong 1 OLIVE E. McDOXALD .37 Rawson Road Yearbook Staff 3: Bowling Q, S1 Tennis 2: Commercial Awards 33 Decoration Committee 3: Girls' Club 3 page Thirty-five DORIS M. McGARRY 141 East Elm Avenue Burdett College Photography 33 Girls' Club ANNA INI. McGRATH 38 Eustis Street Secretary Archery 21 Bowling QQ Commer- cial Awards 3: Girls' Club 3 BERNICE A. MQGRATH 68 Barham Avenue Secretary TraHic'Squad 1, 23 Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 33 Library 33 Archery Qg Ping Pong lg Bowling 1, 23 Commercial Awards 33 Honor Roll 1, '25 Girls' Club 3 MARIE C. MCLEAN 14 Hamilton Street Katherine Gibbs School Girls' Club 3 AGNES B. MCNALLY 13 Taylor Street Tri-Hi-Y Club 34 Tennis Q: Cafeteria Squad Qg Girls' Club 3 Page Thirty-six 15? 'VH KPN VIRGINIA E. MERRILL 42 Glover Avenue Stenographer News Staff 3: Glee Club 3g Ping Pong li Bowling 1, 2: Commercial Awards 1, Q, 35 Girls' Club 3 ROBERT MEYER 298 Atlantic Street Avest Point Academy Varsity Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Cheerleader 31 Reception Committee 31 Class Day Com- mittee 3g Ping Pong 1 EVA A. MICHENER 58 Holmes Street Bowling 3g Girls, Club 3 WILLIAM F. MILES 29 Randlett Street Northeastern University Bowling 2 JOHN A. MOLLOY 23 Davis Street Musician Orchestra 1, QQ Band 1, Q, 3 lil? WARD J. MUODY TSG East Sqnantnin Street llerrick lnstitnte Varsity Track 23 Cross Country WILLIA M lt. NIOODY 95 Norfolk Street l'niversity of Southern California Varsity Football l, Q, 31 Varsity Baseball l, Q, 3: Varsity Hockey 3: Reception Committee 3: Class Day Committee 3 JOHN J. MORLEY ll Shoreham Street Boston College Traffic Squad QQ Band 3g Cafe- teria Squad 1 F. LESTER NIORRILI. 80 Tyler Street Northeastern l'niversity Varsity lYrestling 2, 33 lli-Y Club 3g Student Council 3: Cafeteria Squad 21 Assembly Committee 2 Jlf X li L. MOR BILL 30.3 .Xtlantic Street Burroughs Machine School Orchestra 3: Bowling 3: Tennis TZ: Girls' Club 33 Decoration Committee 31 Coinmercial Awards 2, 3 Wll,l,IA M l'. MIJRPIIY 45 Ferndale Road Boston College Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity Track lg Traffic Squad l, Q, 31 Bowling lg Honor Society 2, 3 DOROTHY L. NA UMANN 136 Elmwood Avenue Glee Club l, QQ Uperetta 1, :lg Tennis 35 Girls' Club 3 RUTH F. NICHOLS 81 Sagamore Avenue Boston University Mane! Staff 3g Tennis 1, Q5 Girls' Club 3 ETHEL M. NICHOLS-ON 4-70 R. Hancock Street Bridgewater State Teachers College Girls' Club 3 SELDEN H. NICKERSON 253 Holbrook Road Varsity Football 23 Varsity Wrestling Q, 3 Page Thirty-seven PAUL B. O'DONNELL 83 Sagamore Avenue Civil Service Honor Roll 3: Honor Society 3 YIVIAN M. OKERFELT 87 Glover Avenue Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Honor Roll 11 High Honor Roll 1: Girls' Club 3 LEONORE G. OLSEN 42 Sterling Street Archery 3: Bowling 3: Girls' Club 3 MARION R. OLSON Q54 Farrington Street Shoe Clerk Girls' Club 3 RTQTH E. OMAN QQ-1 Farrington Street Burdett College Girls' Club 3: Commercial Awards3 Page Thirty-eight j., k 'M' 'ei . 'wc 9 s S, . - 17' ixw3'J,fi1'h' .--... gy, AUDREY J. O'NEILL 165 Billings Street Leland Powers School Basketball 3: Cheerleader 3: Class Play 3: Yearbook Staff 3: Cafeteria Squad 3: Archery Q: Ping Pong Q: Bowling Q: 'Iennis Q: Girls' Club 3 MILDRED PARSONS 35 Elm Avenue Girls' Basketball 1, Q, 3: Tri-Hi- Y Club 3: Archery 1: Badminton 1, Q: Honor Roll Q: Girls' Club 3 M ILDRED J. PATTERSON 55 Lunt Street Bridgewater State Teachers College Archery 3: Girls' Club 3 FREDA E. PEARCE 18 YVebster Street Cafeteria Squad Q: Bowling 3: Tennis Q: Girls' Club 3 WALTER J. PENDERGAST IQ5 Highland Avenue University of Tampa Varsity Basketball 1, Q, 3: Varsity Track 3: Varsity Base- ball 1, Q, 3: Traffic Squad 15 Bowling 1 ' l'.Xt'l,lXl'i l". l'l'IltRlX fltiii llatllcocli Street lla-xitlcyl School of .Xccounting tiirlf Vluh It .I l-IA X N I-I .L l' l'1'l'l'I RSI I N ITIS Wt-ft l'lllIl .Xvenue Stenogrzipher .Xrclu-ry 2, 31 Bowling '21 Vom- luerciul .Xwurtls 233 Girls' fluli 35 RUB l-IRT J. l'tlR'l'Il0t'SlC l7ti Hamilton Street Nlaiesuchusetts Institute of Technology Traffic Squad 2: Orchestra l llunft 2 SAM l'RIt'l'i 274 Billings Rozul Trzick 1 l'Il,l'1.'XX0lt lf. l'l'lil'0li.X .SH Young Street tiirlw' t'luh fi .J 'Q gi IAWR l'INt'lC J. l'l'li'l'l'1l,I. HJ .Xlwtciul Street Iloston t'uivcrsitV than Play 3: Reception toni- inittec fi: lrnfhc Squzut l, '1, fig Yearbook Stutt"igStu1tcntt'oun- . l v . . - eil .ig f utcta-rm Squzul Zig llonor Society Q, fig llolior Roll 'L I1 .XXIJIUCNY t'. li.XXlD.Xl,I. .3 .Xcton Street Vurtis Institute of Music Vlziss zj 11 I. . A 1. : 't 1 -, Plat 5 Trifhc Squirt 5 filcc Vlutm l, Q,31t,I'ClN'StI'il 1, Q. 3: liancl l, Q, 31 .X Vuppellzi l 7 Stlpertttil 7 t'hoir , 2, fl , . n. 1 , -. .IA M ES R.XT'l'li.XY til Williams Street Bentley School of Accounting Honor Roll fl: Honor Society fi AGNES REYNOLDS .31 llollnes Street t'liun1tler SK'CI'QlilI'iill School tlI'L'll9SlI'il Q, 3: Barnet ll Tennis w - - 1 l, Q1 fllfls fllllj fl t"li.XXK J.. Rlt'tt.XlilJS 1.1 lluinil lloston t'ollt-gc Wrestling Q ton Street Page Thirty-mme ROBERT W. RICHARDSON 182 Wilson Avenue Bentley School of Accounting Commercial Awards 1 SIDNEY RICHARDSON 304- Atlantic Street Boston College Track 1, 2, 3g Cross Country 33 Traffic Squad 3 ROBERT W. RIDDELL 297 Billings Street ELLEN F. ROACH 153 Atlantic Street Quincy Hospital Training School Trafhc Squad 3g Archery 3g Cafeteria Squad 3: Library Stall' 33 Bowling 3: Girls' Club 35 Honor Society 3 RUTH S. ROBERTS 1 Q Cleaves Street Bridgewater State Teachers College Photography lg Archery Q, 3g Ping Pong 1, Q: Girls' Club 3 Page Forty - JOHN H. ROONEY 24 Holmes Street Varsity Football 1, EZ, 3g Track Q, 3g Wrestling 1, QQ Hi-Y Club 3g Trafhc Squad 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 3g RiHe Club 3 DOROTHY E. ROWELL 74 Sagamore Street Girls' Club 3 MAE E. RUMRILL 111 Hamden Circle Bryant and Stratton Commercial School illanffi Staff 2: Yearbook Staff 35 News Staff 33 Archery QQ Com- mercial Awards 2, 33 Honor Society Q, 3g Honor Roll 1, 2: Girls' Club 3 RICHARD J. RYAN 14 Hummock Road Tampa University Varsity Basketball 2, 3g Varsity Baseball 1, Q, 33 Class Day Committee 3 JULIA R. SANTOSUOSSO 63 Appleton Street Bookkeeper Girls' Club 3 MARG l' I-I ltl'l'l'1 St'll.Xl'I'l'Zl, 179 lfvcret t St rect Quincy llospital Training School Photography I: Girls' C'lub 3 MILLIUEXT R. SCHAUER 196 Atlantic Street Stenographer Varsity Basketball 31 Archery Q: Girls' Club 3 MABEL G. SCHWAB 5 Ridgeway Street Fashion Adviser Varsity Basketball 3: Traffic Squad 33 Archery 21 Bowling 33 Tennis Q: Girls, Club 3 I-IILICEN P. SIIEEHAN 64 Ellington Road Miss I"armer's School of Cookery Archery 33 Bowling 3g Girls' f,'lub3 IXICZ Y. SIMMONS 50 Taylor Street Secretary f'lass Play 3g C'lass Day t'om mittee 3: Tri-Ili-Y ' Glee Club Q, 3: Operetta 2 Commercial Awards 33 Girls f'lub8 962- 237' .IA M ICS SMALL Sl- Nliclfllcscx Street Bnrllett Vollegc ALBERT IC. SMITII 871 lYollaston Boulevard Boston tlniversity Varsity tvrestling 1, Q, 3: Base- ball l, Q, 33 Cross Country QQ Reception Committee 3 FRANK E. SMITH 7 Clement Terrace Varsity tvrestling 1 BEATRICE A. SUUZA 51 Division Street Cafeteria Squad Q ltlt'IIARD G. SPALDING 18 Pierce Street Massachusetts School of Art Golf 2, 35 Hockey 3 Page Forty-one KATHLEEN A. SPILLANE Q35 Billings Street Quincy Hospital Training School Yearbook Staff 33 Archery 3: Ping Pong 1, Girls' Club 33 Honor Society 3 GENE SPRAGUE Q10 Arlington Street Vilellesley College Reception Committee 33 Class Day Committee 33 Traffic Squad 1, Q, 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, Q, 33 Student Council 1, Q3 Honor Society Q, 33 Honor Roll 13 Girls' Club 3 LEO F. STEPHANSKY 103 Holmes Street Fore River Apprentice School Varsity Football 1, Q, 33 Wrest- ling 1, QQ Bowling Q MALCOLM VV. STEWART 33 Hamden Circle Springfield College Varsity Football 1, Q, 33 Varsity Basketball Q, 33 Varsity Baseball 1, Q, 33 Hi-Y Club 1, Q, 3: Traffic Squad Q, 3: Yearbook Staff 3g Cafeteria Squad 1 ARTHUR M. STICKNEY 18 Hovey Street Webb Institute of Naval Architecture Varsity 'Irack Q3 Cross Country 33 Varsity Wrestling Q, Traffic Squad Q, 33 Student Council Q3 Cafeteria Squad 3: Honor Socie- ty Q, 3g Honor Roll 1, 3 Page Forty-two CHARLES S. STRANG 66 Division Street Boston University DORIS M. STURGIS 89 Henry Street Commercial Machine Operator Traflic Squad 33 News Staff 33 Honor Roll Q3 Girls' Club 3 JOSEPH R. SULLIVAN 95 Alstead Street Commercial Photography ELIZABETH SVVEETSER 49 Appleton Street Queen's University, Canada Traffic Squad Q, 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 13 lllunet Staff Q, 33 Year- book Staff 33 Cafeteria Squad Q, 3: Archery Q, 3i Ping Pong lg Assembly Committee 33 Honor Roll Q3 Honor Society Q, 33 Reception Committee 3 JOHN N. TERRIO 153 Newbury Avenue St. John's Preparatory School Varsity Track Q, 33 Cheerleader 33 Cross Country Q, 33 Class Play Q3 Hi-Y Club 33 Yearbook StaH 3 l,AWRI'IXt'I'I Ii. 'l'l'1ltltIU 1.33 Xewhnry Avenue St. -lohnis Preparatory School Track 2. ti: t'heerleacler 3: Prose Vonntry 2. 3: Ili-Y t'lnIm 21: Yearbook Staff 3 IBIQNIQ S. THUAIPSUX 72 Russell Street Kathleen Dell Secretarial School .tlunrl Staff 3: Bowling 3: Com- mercial Awards 33 Girls' C'luh 3 YALHRIE L. THORXHILL 116 Quincy Shore Boulevard Quincy Hospital Training School Archery 31 Badminton Q: Ping Pong 2: Bowling Q1Girls' Fluh 3 Bl,"I'H A. TIBBI'I'I"I'S .36 Albion Road Stcnographer Archery 2: Bowling Q: t'luh 3 VIRGINIA A. TUONIBS 77 Ilamilton Street 'I'oe Dancer Tennis 3: Girls' Club 3 1 X t lt0lSICli'l'A Nl. 'l'00N1I'1Y 118 Franklin Avenue Sl enographer Reception t'ommittee fi: 'I'ri-IIi- Y iilllll 32 Girls' flllli 31 .lfullvl Stuff 3 RIVIIARIJ Bl. 'I'ItI'1t'0 75 Atlantic Street 1Yorcester Polytechnic Institute Wrestling Q: Traffic Squad Q, 31 Band lg Photography 2: Cafe- teria Squarl 3: Honor Society 2, 55: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 RUSSELL G. TYLER 897 East Squantum Street Golf 1, Q, 3 HELEN E. WAAL -1-9 Harriet Avenue Secretary t'afeteria Squad 1, Q: Archery fi: Bowling 3: Ilonor Roll 1: Girls' fluh 3 DORIS Nl. YYAGXICR -19 Holmes Street Emerson Vollege Golf 1: .tlunwl Stafi' fi: News Statt' 3: Glee Vluh 3: Archery 3: Ping Pong 11 Tennis 1, 2: Girls' t'luh 3 Page Forty-three SHIRLEY F. WAINWRIGHT Q64 Beale Street Social Work Cheerleader 33 Tri-Hi-Y Club 1, Q, 33 Mamet Staff 3: Cafeteria Squad 1, Q, Commercial Awards 33 Assembly Committee 31 Girls' Club 3 ROBERT G. WALKER 18 Hummock Road Boston University Cross Country 3g Photography Club 15 Cafeteria Squad 13 Ping Pong 1, Q ALICE K. WALSH QQ Albion Road Girls' Club 3 MAR-IORIE L. WVATTS 63 Holyoke Street Burdett College Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, Badminton Q3 Ping Pong 1: Horseback Riding 1, Q, 35 Bowling 1, Q5 Girls Club 3 MARJORIE E. WILLIAMS 90 Tyler Street Burroughs Machine School Manet StaH 3: Horseback Riding 1g Honor Roll, Girls' Club 3g Honor Society 3 Page Fo rty-lou r M, lynn, ts 1 W. wg- -I' at 3 ilii 1 HAROLD H. WILLS 1Q Elm Avenue New Hampshire State University Varsity Baseball 3, Varsity Hockey 33 Hi-Y Club 3: Traffic Squad 1, Q, 3g Band 1. Qg Bowl- ing 1, Q, Cafeteria Squad 1, Q CLIFFORD N. WILLY 10-1' Colby Road Lehigh University Varsity Football 1, 33 Varsity Wrestling 1g Traffic Squad Q JAMES A. YOUNG 85 Belmont Street Hebron Academy Varsity Football 1, Q, 3, Varsity Basketball 1, Q, 3, Baseball 3g Traffic Squad 1, Q, 3, Manet 13 News Staff Q, Student Coun- cil lg Cafeteria Squad 1, Q, 3, Ping Pong 1, Q3 Assembly Com- mittee 1, Q3 Athletic C0uncil 1, Honor Society 3 WILLIAM L. ZOTTOLI 30 Ardell Street Wentworth Institute Varsity Golf 33 Varsity Baseball 1, Hi-Y Club 1. Q. 3: Bowling 1, Q GEORGE J. CLEVELAND S Standish Road Wentworth Institute Pliotography 1, Q5 Ping Pong 1. Q JOHN A. COGHLAN GQ Hamilton Street Honor Roll 2 HAROLD F. CURTIS '7 Flynt Street A viator HAROLD C. GUIVENS 15 Berlin Street Vesper George School of A rt Varsity Football Q, 3: Bowling Q JOHN B. HARRINGTON S1 Walnut Street JAMES J. HIIGHES 37 Kendall Street Varsity Football Q, 35 Honor RollQ EDMUND J. KING 33 Bromfield Street Bowdoin College Basketball I, Q, 33 Varsity Track Q' Hi-Y Club Q 3:Traf'1ic S uad s 1 ' q Q, 3: Glee Club 1: Honor Society Q, 3g Honor Roll 1, Q LORRAINE I. LAWRENCE 81 Bromfield Street Burdett College MARGARET L. MCPARTLIN 89 Fayette Street Basketball 3 .ALBERT W. MITCHELL 3 Clement Terrace Burdett College Track 3: Traflic Squad 3 DOROTHY M. PAQIlET'l'E 156 Farrington Street Ping Pong 1: Tennis 13 Girls' Club 3 EDWIN F. PLEADWELL 41 Cheriton Road Varsity Track 11 Glee Club 1: Cafeteria Squad lg Ping Pong Q: Bowling 1, Q, 3 JOSEPH P. QUINN -LQ East Elm Avenue Varsity Football 1. Q, 33 Varsity Track 3g Varsity Wrestling 1, Q: RUSSELL J. REGAN 1Q Berlin Street Varsity Football 1, Q, 33 Varsity Baseball 1, Q, 3 GEORGE F. RICH 50 Freeman Street RUTH SIMPSON 151 Hancock Street MELVIA SLOOP 51 Willet Street Library Staff Q3 Girls' Club 3 FRANK L. STEEVES 6Q Taylor Street Suffolk Law School High Honor Roll Q, 3 WILLIAM H. THAYER 8 Blackwell Street Cafeteria Squad Q FRANK W. Tl'Pl'ER 158 Harvard Street Navy WILLIAM E. WATERS 15 Berlin Street Cross Country QQ Bowling 1 Page Forty Fave 66Wlf'VE CUME A LUNG WAY TOI3lfTl'1lfl2" Way up at the end of the "North" country stood the town of "Thirtinyne." On the outskirts of this thriving community was "Cos-groveu where the inhabi- tants had had may "Goode" times and in the distance "K-hill" towered. In the opposite direction was the "Greenwood" through which flowed the river along whose "Fairbanks" many "Young" lovers had strolled. This particular June "Day" was a sad one as the populus was leaving to make way for a new "class" of people. Along "Mainwaring" Street fthe most outstanding thoroughfare in the town? the people had gathered in groups. Many of the business places had taken down their signs and had piled them alltogether. Some in the pile were "Hartbower and Eaton" fa "stationary" firmj, "Moody and Hogan Chewing Gum" Ithey stick togetherj, "Goldberg and Lindberg Mar- ket" fhamburg their specialtyl, "Herstad's How to Break Hearts School," "Sweetser's Sweet Shop" lcome in and have a "Cole" drinkj, "Riddell, Clothierf' "Hueneke, Larkin and Bray, Football Equipment," "Gaudreau's Speech for Every Occasion School," "Macleod and McGrath School of Business," and "DiCarlo's Popularity Club" task for "Bob Kenney's Orchestra" and also for "Inez Simmons, vocalist",J. "Martell" hurried down the street with the town's history to be left in the library, while "Ewing" and "Pendergast" took care to see that a basketball wa.s packed. Silence fell over the groups as "Mayor Bruce" came among them dressed in black the had a liking for "Black"j. He asked if everything were "Dunn" and as it was, he called "XYain-fwJright" over tu help him call the crowd to order. He was going to make a farewell address: "Just as the 'forty niners' had a 'gold rush,' we, the thirty niners. have had the 'golden' hours 'rush' by in the 'North' country. Even though we are about to depart, our hopes needn't be 'blasted' because we have our 'pick' of many places to settle in and be happy. We have been told 'ore and ore' to let our light so shine that others may benefit by it. The outside world is as a 'mine' that is dark and as 'miners' have lamps on their caps to penetrate this blackness, we, the people of 'Thirtinynef have obtained knowledge and help in the 'North' country which will serve as a lamp tor us to find our way in the outside world." He then had "Ball," the town Crier, announce to the people that the hour of departure had come. As the community lined up, someone suggested that the "Terrio" twins lead them in a final cheer. After that, the line moved slowly for- ward. By the church they met "Parsons" who got in place in tront of "Driscoll's Honor Societyu: "Gene Sprague with her Tri Hi Y Club" was right behind them. All of them were remembering how when times were hard they had wished they could move on to new territory, but now that they had to go they found them- selves reluctant. As the mayor had said, they had their choice of places to go and it was up to them to bring honor to "Thirtinyne.,' Each landmark that they passed brought many memories, and they knew that they would never be able to forget. As they passed up over the hill, out of the "North,' country, the last one to be seen was "Hanson', with his "Cain,'! Ruth Daggett Page Forty-six SENICIQ CELEBIQITIES UE 1939 Boy Joseph Larkin W'arren Bruce Carl Hartbower W'arren Bruce Robert Kenney W'illiam Moody Robert Meyer John McCutcheon W'illiam Cornell Terrio Twins W'illiam Ball Joseph Driscoll Harry Guest Robert Riddell Fred Harrington Vincent Larkin W'illiam Hanson Andrew Randall Charles Crowell Laurence Purtell Richard Knowles Robert Day Albert Castle Robert Bowlby Coleman King John Molloy Anders Erickson Terrio Twins Joseph Gaudreau Robert Martell Joseph Driscoll Mos! Original Jlosf Popular rllosf Dign :fed Jlosf Romantic JI ost Courfeous .llost I 'ersalil e Jlosz' Carefree Jlost B aslzf ul Jlost Pol ish ed Jlosf Friendly .llosf Dependable JI ost Likely to Succeed Besf Looking Best Dressed Besf .Yafured Best Dancer Best .lflzlele Class A cfor I 'lass 0pf1'm1'st Class P6-9S1.I71lSf Class Heartbreaker Class Baby Class Arfisi I 'lass .ll zlsician Class Dreamer 6,11 iefesf ll'iH1'esf Pep p ies! I 'uiesl Joy of fhe Faculty Ideal North Siudeni Girl Ruth Daggett Sarah Di Carlo Marilou Le Doux Betsy Black Ellen Roach Elizabeth Sweetser Roberta Toomey Mary Cassidy Elizabeth Dunn Vivian Okerfelt Gene Sprague Beulah 1IacLeod Marjorie Watts Eileen 1IcCauley Carolyn Chapman Ruth Engley Sarah DiCarlo Audrey 0'Neill Ruth Cosgrove Marjorie Williams Josephine Hibbard Florence Holden Rita Hutt Luella Eaton Bernice McGrath Clare Lindberg Margaret Faherty Dorothy Hogan Shirley Wainwrigth Marion Mainwaring Gene Sprague Page Forty-seven CLASS WILL We, the Class ol' 19559 of North Quincy High School, in the City of Quincy, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being for the most part of sound and dis- posing mind and memory, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last Will and Testament. . I riicle I We express our sincere thanks and appreciation to M r. Collins for the help and inspiration given us in our years at North. . l rfirle Il We give and bequeath to Mr. French, Bliss Flavin, and Miss Leavitt two long months of rest and relaxation at the New York's W'orld's Fair, that they may recuperate from the strain of their trying work as advisors to the Class of 1939. . I rffcle Ill W'e give and bequeath to Bliss Webstersmith a Weston Never-Fail Time- clock to be used by her French students when checking in make-up papers. ,lrficlc IV We give and bequeath to Mr. F-moyer a copy of Wee Gillis, to be placed beside Ferdinand the Bull on his bookshelf. Article V We give and bequeath to Mr. Alexander a scenario version of the Aeneizfd, that he may arrange to have it produced in the cinema, on condition that he can secure the services of Ferrol Lynn as Aeneas and Ledy Hamarr as Dido, this to be executed particularly for the edification of Latin students in this and other schools. A Article VI We give and bequeath to Mr. Jack a ticket box-oflice to be placed outside his office to tacilitate his work during ticket-selling campaigns. A rtficle VII Wie give and bequeath to Bliss Tolchinsky a radio-television set, to add to the entertainment of the callers at her g'At-Homeu every school-day afternoon. Page Forty-eight Article VIII YYe give and bequeath to the new members of the Traffic Squad one breast- plate and one shield each, provided that the said breastplate and the said shield be, in the opinion of the executors, of such quality as to withstand the vicissitudes of the four-minute passing period. Article I X We give and bequeath to Mr. Donahue one of those new maps of Europe upon which tl1e boundaries of Europe are marked with rubber bands, to aid in his teaching of current European politics. ' .4 rticle X We give and devise to Mr. Hofferty all documents bestowing the right to the production of Eugene U'Neill's lllouwrning Becomes Electra as the 1940 Class Play. .Ll rtficle XI We give and bequeath to Mr. MacDonald a copy of that book which has recently startled the scientific world, How to Pick up Trigonometry in Sizr Easy Lessons. Article XII Wle give and bequeath to North Quincy High School one can of paint- remover and one can of paint with which to change the letters above the audi- torium stage from "Q. Hf, to "N. Q. H." provided that, in the opinion of the executors, this be not too sudden and radical a change. Article XIII We give and devise to the incoming Class of 1940 all rights, privileges, and interests appertaining to the senior class of North Quincy High School, and we do urgently request the aforementioned Class of 1940 to endeavor always to observe that same dignity and propriety of conduct which have marked our passage through North Quincy High School. VVe hereby nominate, constitute, and appoint Mr. James S. Collins and Mr. Berlin French executors of this our last Wlill and Testament, in witness whereof we do set our seal this First Day of April, 1939. The Class of 1939 Uaocus Sigillij the foregoing instrument was, on this First Day of April, 1939, subscribed, sealed, published, and declared as and for the last VVill and Testament of the Class of 1939 of North Quincy High School, 1n our presence, who whereupon have hereunto subscribed our names as wit- nesses thereto. Marion Mainwaring, Atty. at Lau' Thomas "lN4erry,' lNIorton, Rereler deLz1.re Sir John Falstaff, Wifzdbag par Excellence Page Forty-nine 44 44 Nw-V - 0 x' 2, - 0 L iq ' - Al, , fx x ,X gg! -v f N I v .' ' If 1 95 " fi, 'A px ' Xl Q .- I- 5 - d ' C453 Rkxti a., 4. . .s.-..su .-..-.-... "s.-. S. ""5.y.a.--.-.-Lv-..'-ax' F,,, ..,,.,,., 4 .V , ,hh 1. N1 Q : """'3 i-.rv - .,. .Q ' Y. L 3 4 Vnnlllll 4 gr . 2 Q f . 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The issue, which was worked on and planned by the staff under the leadership of Miss lleisner, its faculty adviser. and Beulah McLeod, its editor-in-chief, com- prise stories, articles, poems, drawings, and, of course, jokes. One of the new features was Campus Chatter, which told of the progress of our graduates. This year, on January 14, the editorial staff attended a Press Conference at North- eastern Lvniversity. Virginia Baker Cat.herine E. Broderick George L. Burns Nancy Cahill Patricia II. Cole Ruth Daggett Sarah Di Carlo Luella Eaton Joseph Gaudreau Shirley Goldberg Sabrena Greenwood Astrid Henderson Norman Hurd Rita Hutt Clare Lindberg Bryce Loughmiller Page Fifty-two Beulah 1IacLeod Marion Mainwaring Robert llartell Eileen McCauley Olive McDonald Audrey O'Neill Yvallace Patstone Lawrence Purtell John H. Rooney Xlae Bumrill Kathleen Spillane Bette Sweetser John Terrio Lawrence Terrio Irene Thompson Barbara Ann VVood BLK - -...-114, NUIQ SDC ET The North Quincy High Chapter ol' the National Honor Society has com- pleted three years of service to the school. Organized in 1936 the Society, under the guidance of Mr. MacDonald, has exemplified its ideals ol' scholarship. leader- ship, character and service in various ways throughout its three years ol' existence. This year C'ommendation Yards were issued hy the Honor Society to the pupils ol' the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh grades who had been on the honor or high honor roll for at least one term, this year or last. 'l'hese cards stressed the importance ol' outstanding scholarship for eligibility to the llonor Society in the eleventh and twellth grades. Nlcmhers ol' the Society this year, as in past years. Served aS guides at Parents' Night and also welcomed outside spealu-rs and guests at assemblies, previous to their appearance in the auditorium. Page Fifty-three STUDENT CUIJNCIL The Senior Student Council has long been an active and esteemed part of Nortlfs organization. Consisting of twenty-one members, representing each grade of the Senior unit, the Council meets once a week and discusses current school events and offers and receives suggestions for the betterment of our group. Assemblies are planned and carried out through the work of the Council under the capable direction of its advisor, Miss Horrigan. The Council takes a lively interest in the affairs of the Junior group and eacli year sponsors the Junior Carnival for these people. The Council assumes the responsibility of the class elections and also that of choosing the traffic squad. State conventions are held each year at which delegates from the councils of greater Boston meet and offer suggestions which often prove very helpful. V, e at Xort 1 feel the undeniable value and service afforded by our Student Council. Page Fifty-four Q 'V ' 1 ' 'l'Q4TK?'l:f'T51y"fJP M l . ,Q l , H K -v f ,T-ii ::,ffxy,55i,A 1 ,,,.',,.. a , 4 , 4 , A .Q ' ' . ,f - . 'f T',"f' . . . ,,,. . 7 'i 'zgff 1 ' 1 . ' 'V simon emu, cum The Senior Girls Club, sponsored by Miss Crockett, has been carried on with great enthusiasm on the part of all the girls. In addition to the old tradi- tions, many innovations have been instituted. The usual Christmas and Thanksgiving contributions were conducted by the club, plus a fine Christmas assembly where the girls carried gifts and food to the stage. The girls of the Girls Club also decorated the school at Christmastime with wreaths and holly. Near Christmas, several members of the club went to Mrs. Frye's cripple home in Quincy with an entertainment and gifts for the boys and girls. Flowers and cards were sent to any person who was out sick. Some of the good-time parties that were held were an outing, a Christmas party. an April Fool's party, an afternoon with the girls from Quincy High School, and two afternoon roller skating parties. The girls also gave a Mothers' Tea with a style show as the entertainment. In May the Juniors were taken into the club with a very comical iniation. The new members of the Girls Club will hereafter carry on all the work of the Club and resolve to bring the newly initiated girls into a closer bond of friend- ship which is a vital part of the reason why we have a Girls Club at North Quincy High School. Page Fflli,-he ttvviq .' N I'II Y CLIJI3 The Hi-Y Club under the expert direction and management of lNIr. James Hardy, Boys' Secretary of the Quincy Y. BI. A. C., is one of the educational and service organizations of North. The Club has rendered helpful assistance in the Thanksgiving and Christmas welfare Work and sponsored several instructive and entertaining assemblies. The Club is of outstanding value in helping boys to create in themselves a state of spiritual, mental, and physical Well-being, according to true Christian standard. Meetings to transact business matters are held at school, and bi-monthly meetings are held at the Y. lNI. C. A. in Quincy Where games, lectures, or motion pictures are enjoyed. At one of the regular meetings in Quincy's Y. BI. C. A., the boys entertained the Tri-Hi-Y With games and refreshments. Both groups enjoyed llfliss Crockett's version of Emily Post's etiquette. The boys are planning a banquet for the end of the year, and also hope that a picnic will be possible. The officers this year are Bob Hueneke, President, Bill Cornell, Treasurerg Kenneth Glazebrookg Assistant Treasurer, and Charles Lusteck, Secretary. May the future Hi-Y Clubs succeed in attaining the high standardsiachieved by our club this year. i Page Fifty-six l gif . AJ... 1 '. fx . TDI HI Y Tri-Hi-Y, the companion organization of Hi-Y, is an active club at North. It has a membership of forty-five girls whose ofhcers for this shcool year have been: Gene Sprague, President, Carolyn Chapman, Vice President, Shirley VVainwright, Secretary, and Inez Simmons, Treasurer. The meetings are held every other week at the Quincy HY", and the intervening weeks at school. The club owes much of its success to its sponsor, Mr. James Hardy, and the assistant adviser, Bliss Ruth Stevens. The program for the past year has been full and varied. Many interesting speakers addressed the girls at several of their meetings at the "Y,'. Among them were Dr. Helen McGillicuddy of the Massachusetts Department of Social Hygiene, Mr. John Lehman, Secretary of the "YU organi- zations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Miss Maude Howes, and Rev. Y. Y. Sawyer. The girls greatly enjoyed a joint meeting with the newly-formed Tri-Hi-Y of Quincy High. In order to aid the Senior Class in its efforts to procure a suitable site for its Class Day, Presidents Gene Sprague and Robert Huenekc formed a committee, composed of Betty Dunn, Priscilla Matthews, Philip Ewing, and Raymond Halperin. As a result of this committee's investigation the class voted to go to the Mayflower Hotel in Plymouth. Thus these two groups rendered a real service to their class. Page Fifty-seven SENIUIQ DLAY On December 9, 1938, the Class of 1939 presented Your Uncle Dudley, a comedy, under the direction of John Hofferty. The cast as follows: Jlaliel Dzfrou C11 urclz Inez Simmons Ellzelyu C'l1 urelz llarie Bergeron Jauel Duron Audrey O'Neill Cyril C71 urelz William iYhipple Dudley Dzfrzm Andrew Randall Cll7'l.Sll.II6 Seclerlzolm Josephine Hibbard ClICll'll'6 Post Wvilliam Cowley Roberf Kirby Joseph Gaudreau Despite a conversational first act, the actors gathered force as the play pro- gressed, and brought it to a successful Hnish. The nature of the play was such that no one player stood out, but each individual performance was of excellent caliber. Andrew Randall in the title role of a young bachelor of forty undergoing his first love affair and Josephine Hibbard as the sincere and intelligent Danish girl, Blarie Bergeron as the ingenue, and Joseph Gaudreau as the family young American, played their parts with understanding. iYilliam Cowley and Audrey 0'Neill as the family friend and the rollicking old lady who saves the day for her children were amusing and believable. VVilliam Whipple, of the tenth grade, added another well-played "kid brother" role to his repertoire. Inez Simmons deserves especial commendation for her portraying of an unpleasant character with no attempt to gain the sympathy of the audience. Capable direction united these performances into a very entertaining production and continued the high quality oi the North Senior Class Plays. Page Fifty-eight GLEE CLUI3 Glee C'lubs may come and Glce f'lubs may go, but never will there be one quite as full of pep. volume, and quality as the 1938-39 club at North. Members meet each Tuesday afternoon where they spend a beneficial hour practicing under Miss Christman's capable direction. The Glce Vlub has assisted at several assem- blies and a special program was broadcast from the Inusic room at Thanksgiving and Vhristmas time. The .X capella group ofthe Club has given several extra pro- grams and those people participating enjoyed their work immensely. The Glee Vlub concert, presented in cooperation with the senior orchestra. proved highly Successful showing the results of the diligent work done throughout the year by this group. Page Fifty-nine SEN IDD BAND The North Quincy High School Band, under the direction of Miss Ruth Christman, has done much to aid in stimulating school spirit and encouraging the participants in the different scholastic sports on to victory. As well as being present at all the football games and many other activities, the Band put on a very successful annual concert of its own. For the Brst time in the history of the school the Band has been placed in class A Which means that the enrollment is more than 1,000 pupils. In this class the pieces Which they are expected to play are more difficult than in class B. This organization participated in the annual State Festival held in Belmont, lVIass., and the New England Festival heldin Worcester, Mass. The Band has also been requested to play at several outside activities. Page Sixty SIENIDIQ DIQCHESTIQA AND STIQI ENSEMIBLE The North Quincy High School Orchestra with Miss Ruth C'hristman direct- ing has completed a very successful year. Instead of accompanying the Glee Vluh in their annual operetta, this year the orchestra held a concert in conjunction with the Glee Fluh. It is the first time that an activity of the sort has heen at- tempted. The orchestra. also participated in the annual State and New England Music Festivals along with the other musicial organizations inthe school. lie- cause of the larger enrollment of the school, this organization has heen placed in Vlass .X in which they are expected to play more difficult selections than formerly. They have also played at some of the assemhlies. The String Ensemble under the direction of Miss Dorothy lieesley has added much to the entertainment of the school. This organization, made up ol' six violins, one viola. two cellos, and accompanying piano, played at many ol' the assemhlies. The ensemhlc also completed the program of the Senior Vlass Play. Other activities in which the ensemhle took part were the Parent Teachers' Night at Bethany C'ongregatioual Vhurch, a Silver Tea at the Montclair Parent. Teach- ers' .Xssociation. and the .Xnnual Meeting and Style Show ol' the Atlantic Vongre- gational Church XYomcn's I'nion. Page Sixty-one LIIBIQAIDY STAFF This year as well as every other year the Library Staff has been carrying on its duties, so that the students of North may easily find the books they desire. The services of the girls are invaluable. They keep the books in order, help find books, and give any information they can. In addition to their regular work the girls have parties. This year, early in the fall, the staff had its first get-together. During the games tl1e girls were able to get acquainted with one another. This was followed by a Christmas party in December. For the second time the Whole staff met at a social function to play games and for refreshments. The StaH had its Hrst mothers, tea this year. It has set a precedent for future members. All the girls brought their mothers so that they might meet Miss Sherman and the other mothers. Everyone had a grand time and hoped that there would be another one next year. Page Sixty-two -X - Jn 5 in Q. Hai' . .a..,.A4i 'LN V' UTUGIQAID HY Ll I3 Thr' Phntugrzipliy Vluh, spmisuu-fl hy Mr. French, is all group of ainatc-ui' pliotugraplwrs. The club officers arc: liuln-rt S. Kenny, l'rcsirlc-nt: Milton Wliitc. Yin- Prcsirlc-11t: liryc-v I.uuglirnillc-r, S4-cfrctziry: Priscilla, .Xnflc-rson, 'l'rc:1s11rcr. NYM-kly nic-ctings :irc he-lcl at which plmtugrapliic przif-tic-0 :incl principlcs nl' c-unipusitiun arc infurnmlly cliscusscrl hy thc nwrnhcrs. 'l'hc Chili hc-lfl its annual salon in Nlzirc-hz thc winners in thc various classes wcrv: l'ortrz1it sNliltmi lYhitc-1 Still Lifvf' XYallac'o Putstunc: Pic-torials Milton XYhit0: f'u1itz1c't-'wlolill liruwn. Page Sixty-three I - -1 Q.- if CAFETEIQIA SQUAD Again this year, the Cafeteria Squad is to be given a small party for the splendid Work they have done this year in keeping the cafeteria orderly and clean. For some time hh. lNIacDonald, the advisor, has been Worried about the narrow- ness of the aisles and this year, in February, the cafeteria tables have been moved to give the maximum amount of room for the groups. There has been a decided improvement on the part of the groups, according to the faculty it has been due to the numerous assemblies and dissertations given to us by teachers, pupils, and visitors, on courtesy. Already the faculty have been observing the pupils in their classes in order to recommend those who, in their opinion, would make the best cafeteria officers. Page Sixty-four ,f TIQAFFIC SQUAD The Traffic Squad, for the past year, has endeavored to correct certain faults in the corridors and has succeeded remarkably well. The aim of the squad this year, as set forth by Mr. MacDonald, was to teach the pupils to "do unto others," and to teach them the idea of courtesy in the corridors. The year has been quite free from such restrictions as silent passing, except in a few instances and Mr. MacDonald often commented on the great improvement effected by the squad. As usual, the squad was picked by a group of teachers, headed by Miss Coyle and Mr. MacDonald, who chose the outstanding pupils from each grade and it seemed as though each choice had been justified. Page Sixty-Five GIQCUNDS IDATIQDI. This very eflicient group, supervised by Mr. Sylvia, sees that North's sur- rounding lawns, shrubs, and sidewalks are given the proper consideration by the pupils. At lunch hours the Ground Patrollers see that no games are played which might result in injuries to the players. Outsiders see our school as a better, finer school because of the Work of the Grounds Patrol in improving North's property. Cooperation by the pupils is of real necessity if the Work of the Grounds Patrol is to be effective. Page Sixty-six , . , ,"' --"A"-"nf Nr IDEIDUIQTEIQS The Reporters Staff of North, organized last year, has taken many steps forward in its second year of existence. Ifnder Mr. Foy's supervision this group has reported on every activity at North, and has produced some excellent feature writings, interviews, and so forth. Once a week the reports have been puhlislied in the Uuim-y Pzzfriof lmflgcfr under the heading "News from North." 'li his year the staff was organized into various departments covering particular fields of activities. lfarion Xlainwaring headed the reporting staff of 1939 as editor-in-chief with representatives from all grades working under her. Next year this very active group will undoubtedly continue with the success its first two years have shown. Page Sixty-seven 5 4+-4 4 Nw- - ' OG N 0 9 in synyk -fl X f. ' 1 l 'E If ? 2 ' ns 1- 'X g , f-.-'N XX ' We nillti 6 X!-9 I I- A i - A ' TE xx fr, run-'.-.'-. -..-nv! I - Y . i -an'lIIv01.'9 - 1. s . a 2 5 R 9 1 1 F E 4 Q l au.: 1... 5. nr .51---Q . f 3 Z- 3. P I, 3 ? I- 1 . I ....-ng: wmqw- -w..-'r.-:.'.'s.-:.'. . .'. 5 . I. '. 1 ..,,1,!,,4 ,,5,, - . 3 J. . . 1 r 5 ., :- 1 H: 5 L Q B v L' 055' IFN' fn o4l'f.'p'v'i8'f:f.'.' 'lu-n'Ne nil' an 'i Z 3 r ,gl :I E .f 5 :. E H' '3 i .af F 'r 5 ..-' A f-' : Ln-v.-.-.. mu .-,-mttw,-.-W ff '01, ' '.1'.'1'.'."51: .gg 5 3:.......-v.'.?l- , . .o 'J F 53 5' 3. on .-.9 .ay . .- 4 -? 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'Wk 1, J.,-.:..:..'n -:.:..:-:lu ..Q.ZZ:-g..:.2..g'g..:.?ig . 35 .,-,.,,.,.,. l -5, .Z'f.g','.I.2:,45 :'1:.-:-i.!.-'-'-.2,l'-.-.viii x A i5:....:-::,':..'.:-.......:....',.,:1-A.:-55 .L ,,g:L..n3.E1.- 1 :fig 5.14: 5-:.'.g g.:.:.i5I.' . :.:g:.'. .'.'. :..:,,.'.. TJ- ' L-.-:,' ' , l'ia.avZll5f.':i.k5.L5if..:J3,l!gf'ii.4.'5ivell-!'.'ZLv.-:???n:!.?:-7J'.g.?. tl .-.lp-,spy--,f.y-45-"' l . ' 1 I, . ,Y FUDTIBALL After getting off to an auspicious start by beating Milton 7-0, our Football Team went on to complete a very good season by outplaying every opponent except one, winning five, losing three, and tying one game. Long passes and long runs proved fatal to the team because for the most part, all our losses and the one tie came as a. result of these two things. Our only real disappointment came on Thanksgiving Day, when Quincy beat us for the first time in the history of the grid rivalry between the two schools. North was really a second half team tl1is year, for, after playing mediocre ball for the first half, our charges would come back and play dazzling football for the next half. Graduation will take a large toll this year, as ten of the eleven boys who started the Quincy game are graduating along with many others. Don Johnson, who proved to be a very able play-caller, Bill Bloody, who passed, kicked, ran, and blockedg Joe Larkin, a powerhouse at full-backg and George Hurley, a very good runner, made up the backfield this year along with Bob Hueneke, who filled in for Joe Larkin. "Larry Kelley" Bray, co-Captain of the All-South Shore team, and "Smokey" Bruce who alternated with Tom Underwood, were the flankmen. Joe Quinn, Bob Day, and Thor Herstad all did their jobs well at tackle. BillJennings, the fast little guard and big Bill Hanson,the onlyAll-Scholastic Y player North has ever had, and who could run with the ball as well as he could make holes in the enemy line, made a great frontal wall. Jim Young did his job well at center, both offensively and defensive- ly. Yin Larkin, Russ Regan, John Rooney, Gus Guivens, Cliff .Yilly and Mal Stewart all proved themselves able when needed to replace others. Page Seventy . llll i I Cl20SS'COlJNTl2Y The C ross-Country Team from North had a very successful season this year, winning five, losing one, and tying one meet. The only defeat came at the hands of Braintree by a very close score, and the tie was with Quincy. Among the victims were Weymouth, Milton, Sandwich, and Chelsea. The boys placed sixth in the State Meet held at Boston University this year, and they placed seventh in the New England Interscholastic Cross-Country Meet held at Providence, R.I. Among the eight boys who received letters, there are six seniors, thus leaving the burden on two juniors, Byron Isbell, and Charles Perkins. Jack Terrio and his brother Lawrence continued to be ahead of the crowd again this year, with Charles Perkins and Byron Isbell doing some fine running, and sometimes beating the twins. Norman Hurd and Captain ltuss Hardy nearly always figured in the scoring, and were all important in winning meets. Although Charles Crowell and Edward Moody were never first, they always managed to be well up in line, so as to place. lluch credit should be given to the Coaches, Mr. Alexander, Stan llellisll, and YYarren Goodie who aided greatly in the success of the team. Page Seventy-one l X ..- U1 A ,,,,,,, Vg, J -. """" 'Q 1 ll ...JIS :J Jn T Q. Q T6 V' .t?"' ' G L my Cr . ..... PW-u BASKETBALL Our Tech Tourney Basketball Team enjoyed the best season that any team from North has had in many years. They won eleven and lost two in the regular season. while they lost to Somerville in the Tech Tourney. North was undefeated up to the first Quincy game. which. of course. the boys should have won. and would have if a fellow by the name of Fred Di Santis had not slipped in a basket with a few seconds to go. thus giving Quincy a 16-15 verdict. On the whole North coasted through the season. but the two games with Quincy, and one with Attleboro were far from easy going. As we know, Quincy won both games, but the Granite Chips knew that they had played a tough game when they were through. Torn tvnderwood should receive the thanks for the win over Attleboro as he flipped in a basket in the sudden death period to win the game. "Scratch" 1IcCutcheon, Captain Joe Driscoll, Wally Pendergast, Eddie King, Phil Ewing, Tom Underwood, Don Johnson, Don Dowling, Jim Young, Monk 3IacPartlin, Frank Hawco, and Ken Simpson are the boys who helped North get an invitation to the Tech Tourney. Although nine out of the twelve boys mentioned are graduating, John Mullarkys hopes are fairly bright for a good team next year, as he has many promising Juniors and Sophomores. Page Sevemy-two GIIDLS' BASKETBALL In addition to a top-ranking boys' basketball team North should be proud of its speedy girls' team. Under the leadership of Bliss Perkins the girls have been practicing since December. A large number of girls have played every Monday and finally ten girls were chosen from each grade to form a team. The team did a fine job in de- feating the Alumni team which includes llary Pratt, Marjory Plumb, and other polished players. Sarah Diffarlo, who was a forward, and Mildred Parsons and Priscilla Matthews, who were guards on last year's team, have been tops again this year. North should have a Successful team next year with Justine Tonry, Marian Patstone, and Marion Leary returning. ' Page Seventy-three l I i WRESTLING Although the Wirestling Team did not win the State VVrestling Championship in either class A or class B, they had a highly successful season. They won two and lost four, but the win, loss average doesn't mean a thing to North this year, because they know that two of these meets were lost by but one point, and the others by a very close score. The team split even with Quincy, Needham, and lVeymouth. North tied for second in the State Wirestling Championship in class A, and placed last in class B. Mr. Forrest has done a lot tor the wrestling team, and has helped make some fine wrestlers. Austin QHoneyj Norton wrestled Very successfully in the 100-pound class and will be one of North's standouts next year. Dave Brown, who was the only one to annex a State Class A championship, Roy Cavicchi, Al Smith, Art Connors, Charlie Perkins, Don Johnson, Dick Knowles, Bill Cornell, Phil Assmus, and Seden Nickerson, are the boys who were the mainstays for North during the past season. As North has but two regulars, "Honey" Norton and Phil Assmus, return- ing, the outlook does not look so bright, howeyer, there are many promising young wrestlers coming up from the 10th and 11th grades. Page Seventy-four 7? ..........--,- .,..- ...- . A-. . ...- TIQACK Although the weather has greatly hampered our Track team this year, the prospects of a good team are very promising. After beating Quincy in a practice meet, North came through to win its first official meet against Needham by a very large score. As a result of graduation last year, North lost some very valuable runnersg however, there are many promising boys who have come up from the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades of last year. Tom Underwood, Bill Hanson, Buss Hardy, John Duggan, Bob Day, John Rooney, John Terrio, Lawrence Terrio, Leonard Marsden, Scratch Mcflutcheon, Charlie Belliveau, Bob Goodoak and Bob Deneen are some of the veterans who are expected to garner points for the North Quincy aggregation this year. The Sophomore trio of Hutt, Hibbard, and Clarke should be very handy when needed to bolster up the score. At first it was thought that North would be weak in the jumps, but Bill Hanson, Scratch M'cCutcheon, and Don Dowling have already proved their worth in the high jump, as have Charlie Belliveau and Leonard Marsden in the broad jump. The distance runs seem to be the weak spot with only two veterans returning in the half mile and mile, the Terrio twins. The dashes are quite strong with Underwood leading the field, and Bob Deneen, John Duggan, Charlie Belliveau, Bill Hanson, Leonard Marsden and the Sophomore trio proving to be very im- portant. lYith a team as strong as this, the future should look very bright for coach Don West. Page Seventy-five r 1' 1 v- - - - -N ,,,,.,-,,,. .. BASEBALL An unusually large turnout of veteran material seems to predict an excellent season for our diamond Warriors. Some of the experienced members of the squad returning from last year are Bloody, Cobban, lleyer, Driscoll, Smith, Regan, Bray, Ryan, Johnson, Herstadt, Fraser, llanning, Finney, and Hanly. Also there is a group of sophomore battery men who have shown promise-J. Swindler, Smith, Blartinson, Leonard, and E. Swindler. Some of the other promising rookies are Thomas, Andrews, Gardiner, and Anderson. Because of the inclem- ency of the Weather and also the lack of a practice Held, the squad had only three outdoor practice sessions before the first game. This year Xorth has one of the heaviest baseball schedules that the team has had in years-playing sixteen games. There are three new teams on the schedule for this year-lledford, lYatertoWn and Braintree. lNIr. Forrest, capable mentor of the squad, believes that because of the amount of veteran material, North should expect to have better than a fair season, despite the fact that three of the teams on the schedule are rated as class A teams. Best of luck to all the boys. A Page Seventy-six CHIZEIQLEADEIQS Returning to North after a hectic summer, Mr. NYest, our creator of great track teams, and Mr. Forrest, our builder of first-class baseball teams, issued the customary notice announcing tryouts for cheerleaders. Upon venturing into the gym at the appointed hour, our two judges were overwhelmed by over sixty enthusiastic young ladies and five eager and bashful young men. A week later the survivors were nine girls and five boys, ready and eager to lead in cheering loyal cohorts of North Quincy. Many tedious and long rehearsals were the order of the day and under the critical eye of Mr. Forrest, Xorth's peppy team took shape. From the first game to the last this inspiring group added much color to the games and gave whole-hearted encouragement to our teams. Our model cheering squad participated in many ral- A lies for the football squad and appeared at the dedication of the new stadium at Quincy. .Xfter a brief rest when the football season was over, the cheer- leaders gave support to our great 'l'ech- Tourney basketball team. Offering their support to the Band in its con- cert, our cheerleaders ushered and sold candy. bers of this group for their commend- able work. Page Seventy-seven C'ongratulations are due the mem- 'Y fx X.-4? Ad L 2? TENNIS The North High tennis team, starting its second year, faces a very difticult 16-match schedule. The opposition includes Haverhill, Norwood, Weymouth, Needham, Brockton, Braintree, lllilton and Quincy. Coach Joseph G. Foy feels hopeful that the team, paced by the 1938 South Shore Interscholastic Doubles Champions, Charlie Watkins and Johnnie O'Connell, will stroke its way to a high place in the athletic sun. Eddie Carpenter, who at times played brilliantly last year, Bob Laing, with much more experience than last year, Bud O'Connell, a "Bitsy" Grant type, and Art Jackson, surprise of the newcomers, are Hghting hard to clinch regular berths. Other candidates and potential racquet-wielders on the 1939 North array are Don Blatt, Russ Hirtle, Len Purpora, Dave Brown, John Verity, Art Sorenson, Stan Crowell, Bill Sweeney, D. Young, J. Gerry, C. Gill, W. Viihipple, J. Cruckshank, J. Childerhouse, and K. Drinkwater. The manager is Laban Whita.ker. Page Seventy-eight gf IQIIDINIE CLUB Another sport sponsored at North is a Riding Club. This activity was started several years ago by Miss Perkins, and has been supported enthusiastically by about twenty girls. In the fall, Ferguson's Riding Academy had a gymkhana. The girls, on horseback had a balloon battle, played "Going to Jerusalem." A contest for cxpertness in horsewomanship was held and the day was completed with a Weenie roast over an open fire. Although this Club rides only in the fall and spring, the members eagerly welcome an opportunity such as this to enjoy an otherwise unsecurable sport. Page Seventy-nine AIQCHEIQY For the past two years Archery has found many enthusiastic supporters among the senior girls at North. Practice both outdoors and in has been skillfully and successfully carried on, and llr. Clark has capably instructed the girls in the art of keen shooting. Through the efforts of llr. Clark, two new targets were secured last fall which enable more girls to shoot at end. Archery is a sport that oHers girls beneficial, enjoyable exercise. Participation affords the opportunity to engage in thrilling competition with a worthwhile objective. In future years it. is the hope of llr. Clark that the girls will be able to organize a team to shoot with freshmen teams of some of the colleges in this vicinity. Any who have seen the North girls shoot know that there is a great deal of skill in the group. Page Eighty GULF The North Quincy High golf team, comprised of an almost all-veteran aggregation. are confident ol' having a successful season. The team finished in second place in the "Norfolk Vounty League" last year, and the ultimate aim ol the boys this year is to win the championship of the league and obtain the coveted Cllp. This trophy, which has been won two times in the past, will become the permanent possession of North if it is won by the team once more. The golfers this yearare led by co-captains, Coleman King and Francis Feeney, and are coach- ed as usual by Mr. Donahue. The remaining letter men are Russel Tyler, Dick Spaulding, and Roy .If-Hfry. The one position open should be ably filled by Robert Drohan who saw some action last year: however, he will find ample com- petition from Carl Ross, Bill Zottoli and James McPartlin, who are all good golfers. So, regardless of the strong opposition they will meet, the golf team should have a highly successful season. IQIFLE The Rifle Team is an organization of about forty boys under the sponsorship of llr. Rogers. The ofhcers are as follows: President, Charles Ford: Vice Presi- dent, Donald Blattg Secretary, Norman de Champlain: Treasurer, Bigelow Fuller, Range Uflicers, Bernard Collins, Theodore Raimey. During the winter season the members shoot in the Quincy Armory. Since the organization is chartered by the National Rifle Society, the members plan to obtain government rifles for next year. BDWLING This year's Bowling Club started its season with a grand turnout of about Q25 bowlers who were to bowl alternately on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, with Mr. Sylvia in charge. Because of an accident Mr. Sylvia was out of school for several months. During this time, Miss Reilly, Miss Perkins and Mr. Rogers took charge of the club's activities and did a fine job. Because of conflicting activities the membership began to dwindle and by mutual consent it was de- cided to suspend bowling until next fall. SWIMMING This year the North Swimming Vlub had only four members: Eudora Moore, Virginia Fowler, Miriam Daitch, and Phyllis Favorite. Because there were so few members, the girls joined the Life Saving C'lass at the Y. XY. V. .L Eudora Moore and Virginia Fowler won Life Saving badges. Miss Sherman hopes that next year more girls will turn out for this f'lub. She would like a Vlnb that would be large enough to be a separate unit. Swimming in winterhas a charm and novelty that no other sport possesses. And swimming in a pool is even more fun. Page Eighty-one TEAM TEAM CLUB CLIJI3 E x 4"4 xx- . .4 O O x NX X N I V v Z' . 1 X95 K wkmlxxi 3? E 3 4' jx iff., x X 4" : - xx d f fav..-2 . had' f 2 ' Q 25 -2 7 l..v-..4-p.- 4-if i -r-..-3-rn-':.'vfA'?+ F' 1 ki : g, 5 ' 'fflffi'-'I' 'k"':40i'-'P 4'. E ? ,A we .va- 2' Z 1 1 .. 'n 2 A: lg 3 '5 If 'f Z '1 I' 'I .2 906:10 0.711 ' -'.'-vi 5. ' 1 II i 3 2 1 Z E 4 ,,.-vv.-w.-nw--u-' ,...fu-.un --.u:4nn.,I 4" s .1-,-.-FQ. E -111' 13:5-1'3 - -FE. E if 1 -.-.jg-Q gf iz.-jj 'Z-ffttlz.-'-n L gi 1 5 A V E' '-"ug,-'A f.v.f-.-.n--.'.1-'ft' '. ,F n . ---e:.'--4. 1 n if . Qu - ' '-: .-z-'r-L31-2-.. W . :ig . 5. 5 ,L-.a-L -.IQNMA .g.:.gr 1, aa.: 'Q 2. -A, ' 1.32531 5- 'r. P - 251.5 - ,,. 4: -' H "'E5?f5":,. ,J :!- ""i.:n,1f3R Y Evqfa: ! 5 T "fi C 7 wa- z i :Q .E 3' 3 5 i..-Nu.:puz:-u::u-1:31712 ,.,.-an-1'nN:'-J-'A'Ye"'.'.-R -K' E 1 :. .S V hunlllhfplg .. 3 ? 5 "vb umm . .-.s- ..- -.s-z-vi-'sv Barbara Adams Robert Anderson Joseph Andrews Rosalind Atkins Robert Baker Arthur Batchelor, George Berard Leonie Berggren Frederick Binns Lloyd Binns Sally Black Virginia Blair Marjorie Bond Pauline Bonfigli Kenneth Borst Gwendolyn Bowes VVilliam Bradley Henry Breen Marguerite Brittain Earl Brown Roderick Buchan Dorothy Burns Phyllis Burns Beverly Burwell Harry Byorkman Margaret Byorkman Stephen Caci Mary Cambria Virginia Cameron Doris Campbell Dorothy Candage John Carlsen Mary Lou Carroll Bryant Carter Jessie Caseley Frank Casey Ruth Casey Margaret Cassidy VValter Cassidy James Castle Alan Cate Muriel Chandler Russell Chandler Betty Charlton Charles Chase Eleanor Chase Virginia Chase Virginia Christenson Helena Cluff Cameron Edwin Cobb VVilliam Cochrane Betty Cogill Robert Colby Anita Colligan James Colligan Stanley Colon Natalie Comins J. Ross Connor Marie Connors Thomas Connors Beverly Conover Philip Conroy Homer VVarren Corse Paul Couillard John Cowley Margaret Coyne Letitia Cresswell Joan Crocker Irving Cross Ethel Crowell Page Eighty-four Doris Cushing Stephen Day Walter DeBeaumont Dorothy Deininger Ruth Deiss Genevieve DesRoches Richard Desrosiers John Devine Louise DiCarlo Carol Dickinson Rita Dickson Victor DiGrassie James Dolan Lorraine Dolliver Edward Donohue Betty Dow Ilelen Dowling Richard Drake Marilyn Drinkwater lfrances Duggan June Durling Kleanth Dusopol Ruth Dutton Claire Eddy Alfred lula Barbara Ellis Robert Ericson Kenneth Ertel Merrial Falconer Felix Favorite Harriet Feinstein Jane Finlay Jean Finlay John Foran Stewart Forbes Rita Forrest Russell Fratus Josephine Fraumeni Dorothy Frazier John Frye VVilliam Fuller VValter Fultz George Gale Eleanor Geddes William Gerry Eileen Gerstel Janet Gibson Harold Gilbert Betty Gilmartin Virginia Gleason Gloria Glidden Muriel Glynn Francis Goode Norman Goodwin VVilliam Goodwin Alice Gorham J. Corliss Graham John J. Granahan Pearl Grant Pauline Gray Robert Green Eugene Grimes Frank Guzzetta iVIarie Hall Elizabeth Hall Miriam Harding Stoness Harford Priscilla Harris Otis Hart James Harvey JUNIUD CLA Beverly Hastings VVilma Hawes Richard Hamilton William Happel Muriel Harding VVilton Hayes Stanley Henderson John Hendrick Mary Hennessey Corinne Herstad Joseph Hewitt Robert Hibbard Carlas Hill Elsie Hinkley Allen Hirtle Philip Hirtle Barbara Hobson Helen Horte Marjorie Howard Herbert Hogg Gerard Hollva Edmund Hommel Ruth Hopkins Donald Hughes Harvey Humphrey Stephen Humphrey Herman Jacobs Shirley Jackson Gertrude Jago Donald Jeffrey Barbara Jenkins Allen Jensen Edward Jensen Helen Johnson Natalie Johnson Phyllis Johnson Robert Johnson Frances Jones Howard Jones Edna Julian Seena Kapson Jane Kates Richard Keay Beverly Keen Eugene Kelley Francis Kelley Mary Kelley Pauline Kelley Priscilla Kelley Jane Kendall Joseph Kendrick David Kennedy Ann Kent John Kerrigan Marion King Priscilla King Gloria Kirby Paul Knight Malcolm Knowles Richard Koch Donald Koslow George Koslow Dora Krakoski Phyllis Landerholm Alice Landry Mary Lane Phyllis LaPlante Albert Lash Lewis Lawton Marjorie Leach SS IDULL Robert Leader Richard Leary Wialter Leavitt Barbara Lewis Phyllis Lewis Charles Lindsay Arthur Lindvall Dorothy Luce Donald Lumsden Louise Lundin Dorothy Luther Mary Lynch George Mabee Marjorie MacKinnon .lanice MacLeod Russell MacPhee Robert Mansfield William Mattern George Mr-Adam Robert Mcliurnie Thomas McCarthy Joan McCausland Thomas McClean Elizabeth McDermott Margaret McDonald Neil McDonald Catherine McDonough Jean McFarland John McGue Clarence Thomas Mclver Sherrard McKenzie Grace McKinlay John McKnight Thomas McLaughlin Francis McNally John McNamara Phyllis Means Joseph Meehan Leona Merrill John Meskill Howard Millard June Miller Mary Miller Irene Milton Crawford Mirick Robert Mitchell James Moodie Francis Moran Dorothy Moriarty Oswald Morin Douglas Morrill Richard Morrissey Alison Morse Frank Moulton Gerard Multaney Francis Mullen Carolyn Munnick Fred Munroe Agnes Murphy Bernice Murray Donald Murray Genevieve Murray Ruth Nerger ltobert Nesbitt Eleanor Nickerson Jean Nixon Philip Nolan Edward Norton Harriette Norwood Margaret O'Brien Mary E. O'Brien Mary S. O'Brien Cornelius O'Connell Marjorie O'Hearn Arthur Olsen Margery Olson Doris Oman Dorothy O'Neil Elizabeth O'Neill Elizabeth Ouellette Irene Ouellette Elizabeth Owen Barbara Pace Harry Paige Anthony Palma Caleb Palmer Walter Paradice Frank Parker Edmund Pendleton Eleanor Perkins Norman Peskin Carolyn Philbrook Caroline Pitonof Louise Platt Charles Player Priscilla Pope Nancy Porter Robert Porter Silas Porter George Prada John Praetsch Lincoln Pratt Richard Pray Josephine Puopulo Leonard Purpura James Qualter Doris Radley Edgar Ramsden Eugene Raux Mary Rcaddy Francis Reardon Ernest Reynolds Arthur Richards Warren Ritchie Walter Roach Barbara Robertson Farnum Robinson Pearl Rogers Joseph Rooney Ruth Rupprecbt Barbara Russell Mildred Russell John Salisbury Jeanne Salter Stanley Scott Robert Seaverns Oliver Selby Phyllis St-ppala Gloria Sheppard Charles SiKora Russell Smallman Priscilla Smith Rita Smith Stuart Smith Lucille Solito Robert Speirs James Spillane Richard Stard Herbert Steeves Richard Stephansky Edward Stewart Paul Stewart Lois Stimart Charles Stone Frank Story Carleton Stoyle Ruth Stranahan John Sullivan Bernice Supple Alfred Swanson Alice Sweeney Paul Sweetser Estella Swindler Marjorie Taylor Arden Thomas Barbara Thomas Jens Thornton Arthur Tibbetts Frank Tibbetts Louis Tonry Victor Tose Kenneth Turner Marie Vann Antoinette Vernette Helen Wialsh Theodore WValter Edgar W'aters Marie tVaywood Mildred Weber Barbara Wlesthaver Francis W'eydt Herbert W'heeler Ralph tVhiteher John White Mabel White Martha lYhite Natalie White Florence Wihiting Robert Wilkinson Shelia W'illiams Thomas W'illiamson Julia Wood Page Eighty Five JIJNIUIQ UIQCHESTIQA The Junior Orchestra, organized and directed by Miss Beesley has proven itself a great addition to our school unit. Rehearsals have been held each week at which the members have Worked faithfully as is proven by the good results. The people who play in the orchestra gain valuable experience, for it shows them the vast importance of perfect cooperation. The orchestra has assisted at several assemblies throughout the year and its performances have been greatly appreci- ated. On May 13 the Junior High Orchestra represented the school at the Eastern Massachusetts Music festival in Belmont. At this festival the orchestra made a very fine showing. When these people graduate into the senior orchestra they will be well prepared to take their places in this group. .age Eighty-six UNIUIQ STUDEN CUUN II. The Junior Stuclvnt Vounc-il is an organization compost-cl of thc prcsiclcnts of thc thirty-thrc-0 Junior lligh home rooms. It holds wcckly nu-ctings under thc guiclancc of Miss Howlett, and has hocn of rc-al sc-rvicc to thc school throughout the past your. Two Junior lligh assi-mhlic-s wore- urrungc-cl through thc- offorts oltl10f'ol1ll1'ils' om- uthlc-tic' zisscmhly lu-lcl lor tlu- Junior llipgh foothzill and soccc-r tvums, :incl a Vliristnius Giving assi-lnhly. whivh was 4-xvoptioiiznlly well Carrie-fl out. Thx- group also sponsor:-fl il Junior Frolic- mul moving picturc show, tho proccccls of whit-h worm- uscfl in tho purclizisc ol' an piuno for cluiiccs in thc- gym :mel other social activities. .X stufly ol' traffic- f-omlitions with notif-oahlv rvsults has hc-on marlc- hy thc- flHllllf'll. :uul the-ir svusou was f'll!Il2lXl'Il hy thc' uuuuul Junior C':1rnival. Page Eighty-seven The ou rrqer 1. Sabvena Greenwood ZLEaleen f"l"Caule7 3.KaY Slsillalfle '-I-.Vivqinia Browne 5, Navqevy Eddy 6 The LarKins 7 Pl-.il Ewinq 8 Luella Kemp q.mBe Ruhvfn 1OGene Spvaque ll.Inez Simmons l?1.LueIla Ea'1'on 13-B6'1'Ta Toomey H. Edifh Leland 15.5551 Hanson 76-PHT Cole A f. 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Keene Mr. Mr. Deleevare King Frank E. MacDonald M rs. Margaret Mahan Mr. Mr. Mr. F. I.. McC'ausland Neil R. McDonald Vliarles F. McGrath, Sr. Mrs. William Meredith Mrs. Helen U'Neil Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. James O'Shea Morris Pearlmutter James J. Purtell Nathaniel Ramin William P. Rumrill Miss Merle C. Sawyer Mrs. Thelma Scott Dr. Mr. HIL llr. I. L. Shaw Thomas F. Sheehan Carlisle F. Smith and llrs. Reginald H. Sprague llrs. John N. Terrio Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Wfright Page Ninety-two BRYANT 8: STRATTON Commercial School 3:54 Boylston Strcct BOSTON Telcpllonc Kl'lNmorc 6789 Please scnd mc at catalog and toll me anything special I might like to know about . . Day School . . Evening School . . Summer School . . Business .Xrlministrzttion fl0lll'SC . , Secretarial Course . . Civil Scrvicc Vourscs . . tiene-ral Business Vourse . . Stenographic Voursc . . Finishing Vourscs . , Me-chnuicul Accounting Voursc . . Colle-gc Grzicluutc Vourse . , Spf-cial Vourses Nzimc .,... ........,....... . ..... C lass of ..,...,......,.... ........ Strcct . . . ..... Voursc I am now taking. , . Vity, State ,...,.................,........., Tclcphonc number l....,. .,...,............ If you do not desire to deface this copy of the "Mamet," telephone, or include the above information in a letter. Eclitlfs Beauty Shop l'1'rn1un1'nl H'Ill'l.Ilfl Nffllill Tl'l'llfIlll'IIf f'f1lg1'r11'rll'1'lly lIflI.I'f'Ilffl'lI!j .ll ll rr fr' n ring GRA. 1509-8 293 NEWPORT AVE. VANCE BUKER .IEWELER School Rings and Pins Q 59 SAYILLIC ROW QUINCY, MASSAC 'll LfSlfI'l"l'S Baker Drug Your l"r1'm1fl1y 1,0111 mlm ity Drug Store 125 BILLINGS ROAD Vorncr of Tylcr Strcct Tcl. Grzlllilc 6208 Maria Thorne Ca ral Shop BEALE STREET WOLLASTON l'urrl.v Cliffs Lu n1p.vl1r1rlr,v C. YV. Nelson Dczilcr Ill Hardware, Cutlery, Paints, Oils and Glass TINWARE and ENANIELWARE HH ll.XNt'Ot'K S'l'lil'Il'I'l' Norfolk Downs, Nluss. C'0mpl1'mcnfs of SHERlDAN'S QUINCY'S FASHION CENTER North Quincy Garage Company 131-133 Hancock Street Tel. PREsident 1100-1101 NORTH QUINCY, MASS. Norfolk Sales and Service Company "YOUR FORD DEALER IN ATLANTIC" 200 HANCOCK ST. TeIepl101zc's.' GRAnite 9300-9301 NORTH QUINCY, MASS. Tel. .- PRESident 0371 MJ GRA' 837Q'W OPEN JUNE F0 URTH Pay Eff Take Food Shop 11 am. SKANDIA 9 pm. Swedish Coffee Shop STRICTLY HOME BCIADE Foons SANDWICHES 4 Brook St. Wollaston, Mass. CATERING TO ORDERED PARTIES Indoor and Garden Service ELLEN M. RANISDELL JOHN E. RAMSDELL 72 Pratt Road Squantum, Mass' Compliments of Pneumatic Scale W Ken nedy's 2 'M M' ff. Undere Grad Shop Clothes are favored by high-sohooters, prepsters and young oollegians tor their smartness ot style - tor their dependable guaiity, and for their exceeding good value! The new styles are ready tor you now. K E N N E D Y ' S SUMMER AND HAWLEY STREETS - BOSTQN ORTH EA TER IVER ITY 9 1 I' .-4, ...Q I I Y N I f, College of Liberal Arts Offers a broad program of collcgc subjects serving as a foundation for the under- standing of modern culture, social relations, and technical achievement. The purpose of this program is to give the student a liberal and cultural cducation and a vocational competence which fits him to enter some spccinc type of useful employment. College of Business Administration Offers a college program with broad and thorough training in the principles of business With specialization in ACCOENTING, BANKING AND FINANCE, or BUSINESS MANAGEMENT. Modern methods of instruction, including lectures, solution of business problems, class discussions, professional talks by business executives, and motion pictures of manufacturing processes, are used. College of Engineering Provides complete college programs in Engineering With professional courses in the fields of CIVIL, MECHANICAL ttvith DIESEL, AERONAUTICAL, and AIR CONDITIONING optionsj. ELECTRICAL, CHEMICAL, INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING. and ENGINEERING ADMINISTRATION. General engineering courses are pursued during the freshman vearg thus the student need not make a final decision as to the branch of engineering in Which he Wishes to specialize until the beginning of the sophomore year. Co-operative Plan The Co-operative Plan, which is available to upperclassrnen in all courses pro- vides for a combination of practical industrial experience with classroom instruction. Under this plan the student is able to earn a portion of his school expenses as Well as to make business contacts Which prove valuable in later years. Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science Pre-legal Programs Available FOR CATALOG - MAIL THIS COUPON AT ONCE NORTHEASTERN UINIVERSITY DIRECTOR or :ADMISSIONS BOSTON, INIASSACHUSETTS Please send me a catalog of the Q College of Liberal Arts Q Pre-Legal Program Q College of Business Administration Q College of Engineering Name ...........,..,............ Address. .. H-22 I . ---Ml emick's QUINCY Est. 1896 BLUE FLANNEL COAT 310.95 WHITE FLANNEL TROUSERS 4.95 SHIRTS, TIES, SooKS, SHoES, AND JEWELRY BURDETT COLLEGE COURSES FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN Business Adminislrafion- Accounting, Execu+ive's As- sislanf lfor menl, Executive Secrelarial, Sfenograplwic Secrefarial. Sltorlhand. Type- wrifing, Bookkeeping. and Finishing Courses. One- and Two-Year Programs. Previous commercial training noi required 'For entrance. Leading colleges represenled in aflendance. Sludenfs from diFleren+ slafes. Place- menl' service free fo gradu- a+es. Visi+ors welcome. 6'lST YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER, I939 miriam mining, As an institution. Burdett College is now an acknowledged leader in the field in which its work is done. Stzilesmen, financiers, bank officials, presidents, vice-presidents, trerisurers, and many others holding important business positions are numbered :among its zilumni. Yet its pride :ts un institution tests not alone upon the :achievements of the illustrious, but upon thc accomplishments of that lznge number of men and women who, because of the prncticul nature of the training received, now hold respon- sible positions in various P ,in , lines ol business in mzinv is it-l " ti M slams- mm ia in K8 M122 EL :l'l:i,, mE.,fEssJiiJLL- Ju j fE,nVTITlTTl3Tii is II ' J' ' if ... .1-Qwiii-m. .swim T it Wrile or felepltone for Day or Evening Calalogue 156 STUART STREET. BOSTON ' HANCOCK 6300 SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY CULTURAL AND PRE-PROFESSIONAL College of Liberal Arts-day, evening and part-time courses leading to A.B., B.S. and B.S. in Ed. degrees 1120 semester hoursl. Pre-professional courses Q60 hoursj for Law, Journalism and Business Administration. Entrance requirements, 15 college entrance units. Advanced standing for acceptable college credits. PROFESSIONAL Law School-4-year day and evening course. LL.B. degree. prepares for bar examinations and Law practice. Entrance requirement, 60 semester hours of college credits. College of Journalism-day and evening courses, B.S. in J. degree, 120 semester hours Cinclud- ing 60 semester hours of Liberal Arts and instruction in all phases of Journalismj. College of Business Administration-day and evening courses, B.S. in B.A. degree, 120 semes- ter hours mincluding 00 semester hours of Liberal Artsl accounting, advertising, business management. Graduate School of Law-l-year evening course for LL.M. degree and higher professional standing. For LL.B. graduates only. Late-Afternoon and Saturday Courses for Teachers Special Summer School Courses Day and evening duplicate sessions All departments co-educational Combined faculties represent cultural and professional instruction of high quality and recornized achievement Call, write or phone CAP. 0555 for catalogs Colleges Law Schools l SUFFOLK UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR Derne Street Beacon Hill BOSTON, MASS. Tel. GRAnite 3628-VV Norfolk Cycle Shop GERARD CAMERON, Prop. Bicycles Sold, Rented and Repaired 26 BILLINGS ROAD NORTH QUINCY, MASS. Compliments of Pemberton Service Station Holbrook Rd. and Farmington St. GULF PRODUCTS Ridder Farm Store 12 Beal Street Wollaston FARM-NIAID ICE CREAM "A delightful treat for every occasion" Fountain Service Norfolk Pharmacy, Inc. 405 Hancock St. Norfolk Downs "for Better Health" Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil 49 CENTS PT. 79 CENTS QT. Pres. 6426 EULALIE DORNE Formerly of Lamson Hubbard'S 23-A Beale St., Wollaston ' C t F. H. BODEN NORMAN KELSEY Gowns Evening Wraps Oa S Mgr. Ass't. Mgr. Sportswear Phone Gra. 1021 12-20 34-50 'A i' gl-lm ,,, ,ff 'O ul X ' S 'fit Z U S ...D-as' .. -ff PS SHER nil' fl SUPPLEMENT your high school education with Fisher secretarial training . . . then go confidently forward to success in a well-paid, responsible business career. Fisher School's One and Two Year Ex- ecutive, Secretarial, and Business Courses combine thorough technical training with cultural subjects and personality-develop- ment. Individual advancement. Previous business training not required. Placement service and vocational guidance. B10 SUCCESS BOSTON SCHOOL ffor men and womenl at 30 Franklin Street-LIBerty 2065- is centrally located in the business dis- trict, convenient to all railway stations and the elevated. SOMERVILLE SCHOOL is attractively located in a suburban setting at 374 Broad- way, Winter Hill - SOM erset 1800 - and provides secretarial training for young women exclusively. ASK FOR CATALOG- POST-CARD WILL D0 BUSINESS SCHOOL Shoes Slippers Rubbers Hosiery Shirts Sox Ties HARRY'S SHOES The "Quincy Gentleman" Shoe Dr. Chase's Cushion Comfort Shoe 40 BILLINGS ROAD NORFOLK DOWNS rl'l'lf,'Dll0Ilf'I PRES. 0959 M. A. DERRINGER Jack's Card Shop 50 BILLINGS ROAD IVLORIST Greeting Cards Plants and Cut Flowers and lfuncral Designs a Specialty Gift Wrappings 375 Hancock Street, Atlantic, Mass. Library - Music Best Wishes WOLLASTON and REGENT THEATRES F oy's Fine Foods "Where the Best Costs Less" 1177 HANCOCK STREET QUINCY SQUARE 39 FRANKLIN STREET QUINCY ADAINIS PREsident 1234 PREsident 2110 'l'ALB0T9S Graduation Special SUITS 319.75 1387 HANCOCK STREET QUINCY MASS. 1 LAoaEs'.f.d MENIS YT! f0llMAl Cl0TllES KW ron mwru H 4 I . "J .Num - mu ...H . mm. . ..-....- , ' .ill lllllll CGI 1 ' 11" 'Kill 'll 4 - --. .m ...- -L-Q25-. ' 'II lullifk SVPIIY Trl' 118.1919 BRETT'S ICE CREAM 205 WEST SQUANTUM ST NORTH QUINCY GRA. 4306 COMPLIMFNTS OF Montclair Service Station 224 W. Squantum St. Clearite Range and Fuel Oils Howard D. Johnson Co. HOME MADE CANDIES and HOME MADE ICE CREAM Hancock St. and Billings Rd. Norfolk Downs WARREN K. VANTINE STUDIOS, INC. O C O OG S O 939 NORTH QUINCY MANET BE "TOPS" IN HEALTH QE DRINK 5613 o 5 no adgwff MILK White Bros. "That Creamy Milla" Served Exclusively at Our Cafeteria PLYMOUTH BUCK ICE CREAM "lik Goorl-for 1110 C'l1z'Idrf'n" p Manufactured under the Sealtest System of Laboratory Protection and Awarded the Seal of Approval of Good Housekeeping Institute. CIIEEIPS SlIOE STORE CORRECT SHOES CORRECTLY FITTED Style and Comfort "Better Shoes-Better Service" 52 BILLINGS ROAD NORFOLK DOWNS Telephone GRAnite 1870 UCCESS . . . To assure the success of your year boolc employ the services of a printing firm equipped with the latest type faces, versed in the latest style developments and known for exacting standards of craftsmanship and integrity. I . . . Eight Colleges, ten Preparatory Schools, and fifteen High Schools have ex- perienced distinctive printing, year after year, by entrusting us with the responsibility of production. PRINTERS OF Ti-IIS BOOK WADDEN DIQESS 160 WARREN STREET Incorporated 1860 BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Posture Foundation Colne in and let us ll6Ill0IlSlI'Ell8 the huilt-in "l'0S'l'l'RlQ l"0l'NDA'l'ION" inour lloorl fl2lI1VilSSll0t'S. Styles for ulluges. lIarry's Shoes "THE SNEAKER STORE" The "Quincy Gm1tlc-rnun" Shoe TPL! GRA. 6637-Ii A Safeguard Against Flat Feet 66 Hood 9' vs '1 .,,,' I I lk ll . .ll "'J,0 1 . W- S ." 'L' '.yl"7--- . s"'PY'v, "rm, l, ,' . . ,l:l.vrVl,,- ,j ,AJ yt J. N ' ., ', ,.'-'f4.--W fb- ' ' :"-"W k"J"' - mm . . H' Tr-,M ' Q-,Q ., 1. rv "4 J, 1 t f . 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