1935 Andover School Committee Report
THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE
FOR THE YEAR
Superintendent of Schools
HENRY C. SANBORN
4 Morton Street
Telephone : Office 348-W ;. Residence 1023
MARION E. HARDY
R. F. D. No. 1, Lowell, Mass.
MARY A. WINKLEY
Financial and Advisory
FREDERICK C. SMITH, Chairman HERBERT P. CARTER
MISS MARY E. C. GEAGAN
MRS. R. N. C. BARNES, Chairman
MRS. ANNIE S. ANGUS
DR. NATHANIEL STOWERS
Buildings, Grounds, and Equipment
WILLIAM A. DOHERTY, Chairman
ARTHUR R. LEWIS
ELMER J. GROVER
SCHOOL PHYSICIAN SCHOOL NURSE
Philip W. Blake, M.D., Main St. Edith M. Moreton, Melrose, Mass.
Margaret V. Cronin, Center St., Ballardvale
Herbert Lyle No. Main Street
Director, Carl M. Gahan
Assistant, Margaret Hinchcliffe
The no-school signal is given by means of the fire alarm bell and whistle.
When the signal 3.3-3 is heard at 7:15 o'clock in the morning, there will be
no session of the Punchard School. When the signal is given at 8 a. m. there
will be no session of the grades below the high school in the forenoon, and
when it is sounded at 12:30 p. m., these grades will have no session in the
afternoon. Should the same signal be beard at 8:30 a. m. or at 1 p. m. there
will be no session of the first three grades.
TRUSTEES OF PUNCHARD FREE SCHOOL
MYRON E. GUTTERSON
FREDERIC S. BOUTWELL
REV. NEWMAN MATTHEWS
HENRY G. TYER
REV. FREDERICK B. Noss
REV. CHARLES W. HENRY
C. CARLTON KIMBALL
EDMOND E. HAMMOND
President, REV. CHARLES W. HENRY
Clerk and Treasurer, EDMOND E. HAMMOND
MYRON E. GUTTERSON REV. FREDERICK B. Noss
REV. NEWMAN MATTHEWS REV. CHARLES W. HENRY
HENRY G. TYER FREDERIC S. BOUTWELL
EDMOND E. HAMMOND C. CARLTON KIMBALL
FREDERIC S. BOUTWELL HENRY G. TYER
C. CARLTON KIMBALL
ATTENDANCE BANNER WINNERS
The Barnard prizes for excellence in composition and oral delivery:
First, twenty dollars, Joan Moody '36.
Second, twelve dollars, Frank Kefferstan, Jr., '35.
Third, eight dollars, Barbara. Louise Bartlett '35. .
The Goldsmith prizes offered by the Alumni Association for excellence in speaking:
Girl's prize, five dollars, Dorothy Babb '38.
Boy's prize, five dollars, John Moynihan '36.
The M. E. Gutterson botanical prizes:
First, five dollars, Mary Winslow '37.
Second, three dollars, Donald Surrette '37.
The Shipman prizes for excellence in first year Latin :
First, ten dollars, Dorothy Chase '38.
Second, six dollars, Virginia Batcheller '38.
The Parker Memorial Prize to the member of the Senior Class who has won his "P" twice, and has
stood highest among theathletes in scholarship:
Ten dollars, Clifford Walker '35.
Prize founded by Dr. Conroy to member of the Freshman class
making the greatest improvement during the year :
Five dollars, Christine Ross '38.
Prize founded by Dr. Conroy for the best impromptu essay by a Senior :
Five dollars, Jeannette Reed '35.
Harvard Club Prize Book to a junior boy in the College Preparatory Course:
John Moynihan '36.
Post No. 8, American Legion Prize for excellence in the study of The Constitution of The United States:
Five dollars, Avedis Saribogosian '35.
An anonymous prize to the senior girl who has done the most for the school.
Twenty-five dollars, Jeannette Reed '35.
LINCOLN SPELLING MATCH PRIZES
First, Alice Donovan
Second, Marjorie Higgins
Third, Ethel Brierly
First, Marjorie Higgins
Second, Ethel Brierly
First, Eleanor Gorrie
Second, Carol Holmelund
First, Isabelle Dobbie
Second, John White
First, Gordon Mears
Second, Mary Carroll O'Connell
SEVENTY-SIXTH COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
CLASS OF 1935
CLASS OF 1934
James Frederick Stevens
(in September 1934)
STOWE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS . . MR. FREDERICK SMITH
Chairman of the School Committee
On the stage
Garrison Holt, Donald Thompson, Norman Drouin, Franklin Buchan,
Edward Walen, Robert Kefferstan
DAISIES—Jean Thayer, Helen Nash
RosEs—Angie Dantos, Shirley Thompson
LILIES—Kathleen Stowers, Mary Lin Murray
Benjamin Smalley, Donald Ball, **Lindsay Kinnear, **Hector Keith,
George Bancroft, Gordon Boddy
STOWE SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
*G. Whitte Chandler
*Richard Gordon *Chester Harnden
*Robert Anderson *John Stocks
(*Members of the graduating class)
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