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Evelyn Botelho Modesty is a virtue not often found.” Evelyn is small and slight, has dark hair and winsome eyes, and is considered a rather quiet girl, although when she is with her friend, Beatrice, any¬ thing is likely to happen. She has followed the com¬ mercial course and has been a member of the Girls’ Glee Club. Ev, considered a reliable student, has gained the confidence and trust of her teachers and classmates by her cooperative manner. Being largely interested in secretarial work, she plans to continue her studies in that field after graduation. We are sure she will be successful in carving a niche for herself in the business world. Best of luck, Ev. Normand Joseph Boutin ”By the work, one knows the workman.” Normand is reputed to be a worker, diligent and dependable. There is humor in his person and char¬ acter in his work in the commercial subjects where proof of this is found. Outside of being a student at Somerset High, Normand works at the Central Drug¬ store. His part-time interests consist of keeping an¬ imals, chickens, and rabbits ,and gardening. Reading and sports occupy most leisure time. Normand’s am¬ bition, to be a pharmacist, is an estimable one, and we wish and hope for his success in that field. Raymond Woods Boynton, Jr, ”Ray” Learning is better worth than house or land.” Ray will always be familiar to us as the official scorer t the basketball games. In his junior year, he played on the Jayvee basketball team and he man¬ aged the football and the basketball teams in his senior year. Ray is well-icnown for his brilliance ever since grammar school days. He intends, upon com¬ pletion of high school, to enter a business college to take up accounting and business practical applica¬ tion. Good luck, Ray. We’re behind you.
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George Edward Auclair The gentleman is a Christian product.” George may be seen any Saturday or school aft¬ ernoon waiting on customers and taking orders at Auclair’s Market at which place he has been “em¬ ployed” for a number of years. Thus is passed the greater part of his spare time. The remainder is spent with his favorite pastimes, hunting, fishing, and boating. He served as one of the real French members of “Le Cercle Francais.” When Bill Matthews entered the Navy last year, George was chosen to succeed him as class president and was re¬ elected this year. Voted the most likely to succeed, George plans to take up engineering upon gradua¬ tion from high school. Good luck to a great class president. Mary Josephine Barlow ” ' ln every gesture — dignity.” Mary, quiet and dignified, has won the respect of all her classmates. Ever ready with a smile for everyone, she has made many friends. Under her quiet reserve lie many hidden abilities. As a member of the Dramatic Club she has proved to be our own Bette Davis, and her themes have shown her re¬ markable ability to write. Following the college course for four years, Mary wishes to become a nurse. By an ability emphasized with her quiet charm, we are sure she will succeed. Beatrice Bertholde ”Bea” ”A smile for each, a friend to all.” Bea is one of the best-natured girls in the class and we are inclined to pity those who do not really know her. Her gay and merry character has en¬ deared her to her Large following of friends. She has pursued the commercial course during her four years at Somerset High and was a four-year member of the Girls’ Glee Club. Bea’s ambition has long been to enter the business field. No matter what her oc¬ cupational choice we wish her all possible success.. Keep ’em smiling, Bea.
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Laura Frances Braga ”To erf is human; to forgive, divine.” Laura is one of the quietest girls of the class, having a mild manner and even temper. Although she has not taken part in many activities, she was a member of Le Cercle Francais in her senior year. Laura has made a remarkable attendance record by not being tardy nor absent in the past eight years. During her four years at high school, Laura followed the college course with a few added subjects from the commercial curriculum. Her ambition is to be a good nurse, and all her classmates are sure she will succeed because of her genial and pleasing person¬ ality. Success to you, Laura. Helen Frances Butler ”Not too happy, not too gay — she strikes a happy medium.” In September of 1941, Helen came to Somerset High from the Village School, enrolling in the com¬ mercial course. Her good-nature and even temper have been assets during her four years here. When asked about her main interest, she is certain to reply, “Oh, reading, of course!” This is most often accompanied by a cheerful, dimpled smile which leads you to believe “all’s right with the world.” Although considered a quiet member of the class, her outside interests and friends are many. The career Helen has chosen is that of a telephone opera¬ tor. She has our best wishes for success, and may she never ring up the wrong number. Gertrude Geraldine Cabral ”Gert” ”For they can conquer who believe they can.” The first with new hair-does and styles, Gert is considered the “glamour girl” of the graduating class. She has taken a general course and has worked diligently at her subjects, thus being chosen the most studious senior girl. In her junior and senior years, she was an outstanding cheerleader and certainly helped the boys on to victory. Gert became a member of Le Cercle Francais during her senior year and she was also a member of the Glee Club. She plans to enter the field of law in the future. Her poise and self-assurance will aid her in her climb to suc¬ cess.
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