Oxford High School - Ravelins Yearbook (Oxford, MA)

 - Class of 1936

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THE RAVELIN'S, 1936 9 1 MARY JANE BROWNING ' "Brownie" "A pleasant-spirited lady." Activities: Leicester High 1, Glee Club 1: Dramatics lg Debating Team lg Drum Corps lg Junto Club 2g French Club 35 Pencil, Pad and Key Club 3g Athletic Play 35 Press Club 4g Sen- , ior Play 4. The personality girl with the everlasting smile . . . likes sports and likes to knit . . . always laughs at the other person's jokes . . . seldom in a hurry , , , has lots of friends . . . a good 1 ad-getter . . . likes to act in plays. ' MARGUERITE HELEN CAMERON HKRH "Happy and gay all through the day." Activities: French Club 1, 23 Junto Club 2g Dramatics 1, 43 Dramatic Club 4. Marguerite is the smiling imp of the class . . . extremely petite . , . and oh so coy . . . always makes eyes at the teachers . . . smiles an ingratiating smile when she talks . . . inseparable from her pal, Barbara . . . this next is a deep secret . . . Kit pouts very prettily. KATHERINE AUGUSTA CHAPMAN ccKittyrv "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." Activities: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Junto ,Club 25 Pencil. Pad and Key Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 43 Typing Award 3, 4g Honor Speaker for Graduation. Kitty is among our quietest ones . . . the pages of her books are well thumbed . . . go to Kitty and ask her anything . . . she can tell you . . . certainly deserves to be one of our honor speakers . . . wanted . . . a boss for this perfect little secretary. ROBERT ERNEST CHENEY KKBob 7 5 "And still they gazed and still their wonder grew, That one small head could carry all he knew." Activities: Science Club 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Junto Club 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Stamp Club 45 Student Council 4. Earnest as his name suggests . . . tall and lean boys seem to run in our class . . . Bob's another . . . is very studious and usually Quiet but has a catchy grin . . . Bob would be a shining light in school, even more than he is but he's oh so-ooo bashful . . . or is he . . . is an excellent speaker when he chooses to be . . . can speak with notes or without . . . aspires to be a genius in the electrical field . . . so, watch out . . . he might shock you. n M0107 ,QJ IA9v

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X X' .Q THE RAVELIN'S, 1936 ROBERT WILLIAM ALLEN UBob7l "After all is said and done, I've sure had my share of fun." Activities: Cross Country 2, 3, 4 CCaptainDg President of the class 2, 3 3 Treasurer of Class lg President of Junto Club 23 Class Gifts Committee 4g Cheer Leader 4, Dramatics 35 Press Club 4. Impulsive . . . always in a hurry . . . quick to see a joke . . . always saying something funny . . . never seen in one place very long . . . has many friends . . . likes sports . . . has been a class officer . . . not bashful .... nor backward in any of his actions . . . likes to be dismissed early. HAIG AROIAN "Tarzan" "I-las your toil in books consumed the midnight oil?" Activities: Auburn High 1: Dramatics 1, 45 Dramatic Club 1, 43 Debating Club 1, Track lg Football lg Baseball 2, 3, 43 Radio Plays 4, French Club 2, 33 Press Club 4, Radio Club 33 Class Officer 2 CVice-Presidentb. One of the most ambitious boys in the class . . . very busy, always has something to do . . . seldom gets to school on time and likes to be dismissed early . . . great participant in sports . . . has argumentative ability. MARIE DOROTHY BERARD "As merry as the day is long." Activities: Pencil, Pad, and Key Club 3, Junto Club 1, 23 French Club 3. Nothing ever bothers her . . . likes gay colored sweaters . . . and socks too! . . . always popping in at nine and one . . . gives interesting oral themes . . . destined to be a secretary . . . that's Marie. DOROTHY LOUISE BROWN uDodyn "The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books." Activities: Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 2, 3 CSecretary- treasurerbg Ravelin's Boardl,2, 3, 4g Dramatics 1, 2, 3, ET2 Playsl Dramatic Club 4g Class officer 3, 4 iSecretaryJg Radio Play 43 Honor Roll 1, 3, Junto Club 2 CSecretary-treasurerbg Graduation Speaker. fi Ll- Dorothy wears a smile that never comes off, not even in her sleep . . . has many friends . . . very ambitious . . . always in a hurry being busy as a bee . . . is a little chatterbox, talkative as a parrot . . . good speaker. . . very naive but pleasingly so . . . she can use her talking ability in her future profession, a teacher.



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3 1 THE RAVELIN'S, 1936 KENNETH WILLEY CHAFFEE UKen1i "On what seas shall be thy fate We only know it will be great." Activities: Junto Club 23 Stage Manager of Senior Play 4, Science Club 4, Radio Plays 45 Honor Roll 3, 4, Baseball Man- ager 4. Ken is another of our tall, lean and silent boys . . . but not too silent . . . usually gets a back seat . . . but what's the use . . . the teachers still manage to see him . . . just wastes effort . . . likes to jaunt around in his favorite antique . . . pardon, auto- mobile . . . easily recognizable by its distinct noise . . . also, he is another of those aeronautic fiends . . . you know . . . always up in the air. PAULENA OPAL CHICKERING "Still waters run deepest." Activities: Junto Club 2. Paulena another of our quiet ones . . . did you ever see her fingers pick at those guitar strings . . . many a morning her bright smile . . . lighting up the girl's dark cloak room . . . al- ways ready when we need help . . . the same smile winning for her many friends. CATHRYN TERESA CHRISTIAN aLKitty1s "Her good nature is like the sunshine, Shedding brightness everywhere." Activities: French Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 45 Junto Club 23 Pencil, Pad and Key Club 43 Press Club 43 Radio Play 45 Dra- matics 1, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Picture Chairman 4. Shows immeasureable efficiency as one of the office girls . . . never is seen talking . . . isn't it nice to be small? . . . when with the rest of the "gang," hear her giggle . . . her feet never touch the floor when she is walking . . . in the future, we expct to see her as a successful stenographer. ESTHER JANE CLEMENTSON Ustirli "But still her tongue ran on." Activities: Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 2g Junto Club 25 Pencil, Pad and Key Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 4, Radio Play 45 Cheerleader 4. Plenty of pep . . . a joke for every occasion . . . bubbling personality . . . loves to talk . . . wants to be a nurse . . . oh-oh! are some pulses going to jump . . . as cheerleader, she leads the kids with spirit and vitality . . . in other words, a swell pal and classmate. l

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