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"We may live without friends,
We may live without books:
But civilized man cannot live without cooks
MRS. MARION STANSFIELD
MRS. IENNIE SINCLAIR
Our School nurse, MRS, MILLER, supervises
Pinky's polio shot.
Art Class Director, MRS, ELLEN MACKAY
PRESCOTT, Massachusetts School of Art,
B. S. in Art Education, Boston University.
"Honest labor bears a lovely face. "
JOHN MCLAUGHLIN and LUKE CYR
W e Also Greet These, Our Friends.
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MR. NORMAN RAND
Dartmouth College A. B.
"He is an observer and he looks quite through the
deeds of men. " f
Mr. Rand was our dependable guide throughout the maze of ST-H-Dium Q
Junior English and "Hamlet, " and the coach of both our class 5-2.11 '
plays. In return for the time and effort spent for us, we pres-
sent him with this fine new stadium to honor his outstanding 1 '
work with the football team. "Pl K- ..-
MR. JAMES BEAUDRY
University of Maine A. B. 5 Ed. M.
"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident
To Mr. Beaudry, whose good humor, composure, and patience
have contributed so much to the school year, the seniors ex-
press regret that they missed the opportunity to be in his social 1 1 A
studies classes. In the hope that he will be here to call to- -Rf ff
gether another basketball team next year, we present him
with this shrill new whistle.
MRS. BERNETTE TRAFTON
"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. "
To produce happy, healthy, well-dressed homemakers is
Mrs. Trafton's aim and she teaches the girls to ply a deft
needle and spoon. Her wise guidance is an asset to the Stu- ' A
dent Council. Because so many people borrow from the Home rw,1gA
Economics room and do not return the borrowed articles, we Xfffffi
leave Mrs. Trafton this fine basket, so that she may, each Lt'-1-fj73fg'J
morning, make the rounds of the school, gathering in the '
MR. JAMES ROUVALIS
University of Maine B. S.
"None but himself can be his parallel. "
To Mr. Rouvalis, our master of biology, bacteria, and bacilli,
we present a special high-powered microscope so that he may
be able to search out some of the hidden--well hidden--
abilities of his science students, thus making his future years
of teaching even more pleasant and fruitful than this one has
the Many Hours Spent in Our Behav:
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