Somerset High School - Raider / Memoirs Yearbook (Somerset, MA)

 - Class of 1945

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Marion Louise Cadorette Cad” ’’She seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows.” Marion is one of our most attractive girls. She can dance well and is often seen in the dance spot¬ light. Having a pleasant personality, she is popular with all her classmates, and her quiet, dignified manner has made her an ideal pupil. Cad is a mem¬ ber of Le Cercle Francais, the Dramatic Club, and the Glee Club, and she is an associate editor of Memoirs VIII. She took a general course at school and plans to enter the field of journalism or radio broadcasting. Here’s wishing her smooth sailing. Dorothy Camara ’’Dotty” ’’The only way to my heart is by the road of honor.” Dotty is probably one of the most versatile and witty girls S. H. S. has ever had and she is well- known for her cheery disposition and ever ready “joke.” Her popularity is proven by her being elected vice-president of the Class of ’45 for four years. Dotty’s executive ability has been the main factor for her being elected president of the Round Table and secretary of the Dramatic Club and being chosen editor of Memoirs VIII. I nterested in music and sports. Dotty has been a member of the Glee Club for four years, has been active on the girls’ basket¬ ball team, and, as a cheerleader on the Pep Squad, has spurred the boys on to many a victory. When the Breeze was organized, she became the capable senior reporter and could invariably be seen with her notebook and pencil taking down the latest news. Dotty plans to attend business college after gradua¬ tion and we know she will keep up her excellent school record. Doris Mary-Jane Comeau ’’Dot” ’’Tranquility! Thou better name than all the family of fame.” Here’s to one of our neatest and most efficient senior girls! Dot is the quiet, agreeable type, and she has gained an enviable reputation for preciseness in her work. She has followed the commercial course throughout her four years at Somerset High and was a member of the Girls’ Glee Club for two years. Dot plans to continue in the business field, and we hope success will follow her in whatever she at¬ tempts.

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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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Faye Lenora Crocker ’ ' High erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy.” Faye was chosen the girl who did the most for S. H. S. by the class and her excellent record proves this to be true. She was on the honor roll each term of her four years, many times attaining the highest honors mark. In addition to keeping up her high scholastic record, Faye has been prominent in school activities and organizations. She was a library asso¬ ciate, a member and officer of the Science Club her first three years, and a member of the Dramatic Club, Le Cercle Francais, and the girls’ basketball team. She was secretary of the class for the past three years and this year was chosen the D. A. R. good citizen. Promoting the idea of publishing the school newspaper, the Breeze, she was chosen its capable editor. After graduation, Faye plans to at¬ tend Rhode Island Hospital, and we are sure that she will be as successful in the nursing profession as Marjorie Louise Dafgard " Margie” " Let joy be uncon Margie, one of our most jovial seniors, has ban¬ ished many dull moments with her humor. She is quite interested in music and has a wonderful sing¬ ing voice. She took a commercial course, and was a member of the Dramatic Club and Le Cercle Fran¬ cais. She was a member of the Glee Club during her four years, being secretary in her junior year and president in her senior year. Margie’s plans for the future are indefinite, but she will probably work with her father in his business. All who have known Margie will miss her, but we wish her the best of luck. fin’d.” Paul James Daley " Ability is found to consist mainly in a high degree of solemnity.” Paul is a likeable, serious-minded young man who is destined to go places in the business world. His flare for handling money was proven by his four years as class treasurer and his appointment as business manager of Memoirs VHI. Whenever there is money to be collected, Paul is Johnny-on-the-spot. Captain of this year’s football team he was one of two Somerset players to receive honorable mention from the Boston Globe. For more than a year he was a faithful worker at the Herald News and also put in time at Creamrich. His next stopping place may be Uncle Sam’s Navy. Good Luck, Paul.

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