Edward Little High School - Oracle Yearbook (Auburn, ME)
- Class of 1946
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Mrs. Ethel B. Ambach, B.A.
Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High
School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor
of Arts degree. Studied at Bates Summer School in 1919.
In Maine she has taught in Mechanic Falls, .Lisbon Falls,
Livermore Falls, at Edward Little, and at Deering High. In
Massachusetts she has taught in Beverly and XN'est Newhury.
She returned to Edward Little in 1943. Faculty adviser for
"Station E. L. H. S." Serves on the Senior Class Committee.
Miss Elizabeth Andrus
English, Speech, Drama
the Little Theater.
Arthur j. Belliveau
United Slater History, United States Gatternment
Born in Gardner, Massachusetts. Graduated from Gardner
High School. Attended Cushing Academy and Bates College.
He taught at Webster, and was a Freshman Coach at Bates
College before coming to Edward Little.
Miss Jessie W. Alley, B.A., M.A.
Born in Massachusetts. Prepared at Edward Little. Was
graduated from Bates College, with a Bachelor of Arts de-
gree. Did graduate work at the University of Vermont, and
at Bates, where she received the Master of Arts degree. Came
to Edward Little in 1915. Facility adviser of the Latin Club.
Born in New York City, New York. Prepared at Oakwood
School, Poughkeepsie, New York. Attended Emerson Col-
lege, Boston, Massachusetts. VVas an assistant speech correc-
tionist at Woods Schools, Inc., Langhorne, Pennsylvania, be-
fore coming to Edward Little in 1945. She is a member of
Mrs. E abeth H. Bowen, B.A.
Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. Prepared at Brockton
High School, Brockton, Massachusetts. Was graduated from
Colby College, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree
with high distinction. At Colby she was a member of Phi
Beta Kappa and of the Sigma Kappa sorority. Studied at
Teachers' College, Columbia University, 1929-1930. Taught
at Morse High School, Bath, Maine, and at Ossining School
for Girls, Ossining, New York, before coming to Edward Lit-
tle in 1932. Faculty adviser of the Library Proctors' Club.
Has taken the Red Cross First Aid Course.
William Bradf rd BA in Education
I'l1y5ir.r, Afroriaufrrr, and Rodin
Born in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. Prepared at South Lan-
caster Academy, South Lancaster, Massachusetts. Was grad-
uated from George VVashington University, Vvashington, D. C.
with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education. He has taught
in Woodward School, VVashington, D. C., Union Springs
Academy, New York, Greater New York Academy, New
York, and MacLane High School in Virginia. Came to Ed-
ward Little in 1944. Teaches swimming at boys' camps in
the summer. Is an adviser of junior boys.
Frederick J. Bryant
Mffhdlll-AAU! Drawing and Rnlafvd H'0rk
Born in Malden, Massachusetts. Prepared for teaching
manual arts at Bradley Polytechnic Institute. Attended sum-
mer sessions at Columbia, Harvard, Bates, and Bradley. Sub-
stitute teacher at Hartford, Connecticut, six years at Saco,
Maine, three years at evening schools, Biddeford, Maine.
Came to Edward Little in 1919. Drew plans for renovating
the old Edward Little building, 1929-1930. He is the director
of the Vocational Department, and he is in charge of place-
ment service for senior boys.
Born in VViscasset, Maine. Was graduated from Morse High
School. Operated the Andrews Machine Company from
1929-1939. He started the training for defense in 1940, under
state supervision. He has been in the machine business for
thirty years. He came to Edward Little in 1944.
Russell D. Carroll, B.A., M.A.
Typewritiug and Bookkeeping
Born in VVashington, Maine. Prepared at Lewiston High
School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor
of Arts degree. Before coming to Edward Little in 1937, he
taught at Hodgdon High School, and at Mapleton High School
in Maine. Received his Master of Arts degree from Columbia
in 1940. He is boxing instructor. Member of Assembly
Board. Chairman of Visual Education Committee.
Robert C. Chandler, B.S., Ed.M.
Chemistry and Biology
Born in Columbia Falls, Maine. Prepared at Columbia Falls
High School. Received his B.S. degree from Colby College,
and his Master of Education degree from Bates College. XNas
principal of Sabattus High School. Taught at Edward Little.
Served in the Army three years. Returned to Edward Little
Raymond A. Dean
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Prepared at Madison High
School, Madison, Maine. VVas graduated from Gorham Nor-
mal School. Has taught in Solon, in Rockland, and at Web-
ster School. He is a member of the staff of the Vocational
Linwood L Dwelley, B.S.
llirrrlor of l'hy.rizfal Education. and Athletics'
Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at Maine Central Institute.
VVas graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor
of Science degree in Education. VVhile at college, he was
prominent in football. He did graduate work at Bates, and
at the University of Michigan. Before coming to Edward
Little in 1930, he taught at Fort Kent, Calais, and at Webster
School. He is the coach of NN'inter Sports.
Miss Sarah R. Enwright, B.A.
Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at St. Stephen High School.
Received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Acadia College.
Did graduate Work at McGill, Harvard, and the University of
Paris. Before coming to Edward Little in 1922, she taught
in Guilford, Maine. Adviser of senior girls.
Miss Margaret Gardner, B.A.
Born in Brunswick, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High
School. VVas graduated from Bates College, with a Bachelor
of Arts degree. Attended summer sessions at Bates, Boston
University, and Emerson. Before coming to Edward Little
in 1943, she taught at Norridgewock, Old Orchard Beach, and
Brewer, Maine. She is chairman of the Assemhly Board, and
is on the junior Class Committee, and the "Oracle" Staff.
Donald M. Gay, B.A.
Born in Casco, Maine. Prepared at Casco High School. At-
tended the University of Maine, where he received the degree
of Bachelor of Arts. Taught at NNilliams College: Berwick
Academy, and Spaulding High School, Rochester, New Hamp-
shire, He is director of the Band and Chorus, and has or-
ganized a Swing Band.
Miss Elsie M. Gervais, B.A., M.A.
Born in XA'estlioro, Massachusetts. Prepared at Edward Little
High School. VVas graduated from Bates College, with a
Bachelor of Arts degree and received her Master of Arts
degree in 1943. In college, she was elected a member of Phi
Beta Kappa. Before coming to Edward Little High School
in IQ42, she taught at Webster junior High School. Faculty
adviser to the junior Red Cross. Secretary-Treasurer of
E. L. H. S. Alumni Association.
Gwendolyn G. Hardy
Born in Woolwich, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little and
Lewiston High Schools. Attended Central Maine General
Hospital, Lewiston, Maine and received four months' Public
Health Training at Simmons College. She was a staff nurse
at Lewiston and Auburn Red Cross. She is a member of the
Maine State and National Nursing Organizations Alumnae,
Clyde Hatch, B.A.
Biology and Basketball
Born in Lowell, Maine. Prepared at Howland High School.
VVas graduated from Colby College. Prior to his arrival at
Edward Little, he taught at Morse High School, at Bath, and
served in the Army Air Force. He is the assistant coach of
Football, and the coach of Basketball.
the National Organization for Public Health, and the Social
Miss Ann W. Hersey
Physical Education for Girls
Born in Portland, Maine. Prepared at Portland High School.
Attended Boston University and Sargent College. Taught at
RadcliH'e College and jamaica Plain High School before
coming to Edward Little in 1945. She is the faculty adviser
of the G. A. A. and the Cheerleaders.
George W. Hodson
Born in Burnley, England. Prepared at Camden High School,
and at Gorham High School. Attended the University of
Maine, and in 1940-41, Pennsylvania State College. Taught
at Waltoii Junior High School in 1937. Taught in Augusta in
1938. Returned to the Auburn School System in 1939. Taught
at VValton from IQ3Q-IQ4I. Came to Edward Little in 1941.
At Maine, he was on the rifle team for two years, and also
on the boxing team. Was president of the Alpha Lambda
Beta at Gorham. He is a member of the Vocational School.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, Prepared at Lewiston High School.
Attended Auburn Maine School of Commerce. Taught at
Standish High School at Sebago Lake, did secretarial work
at Poland Spring, and at the First Auburn Trust Co., and
elerked at the Lincoln Store in Lewiston previous to coming
here in 11344. She is a member of the Dance Committee.
Miss Hope A. Jackman, B.A., Ed.M.
Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Prepared at Orono High
School, Orono, Maine. XNas graduated from the University
of Maine in 1940, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Member
of Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education fraternity, at the Uni-
versity of Maine. Attendecl Boston Summer Laboratorv for
Social and Industrial Conditions, in 1039. Attended summer
schools at Brigham Young University, Harvard Universitv.
and the University of Maine, where she received her Master
of Arts degree in Education. Before coming to Edward Lit-
tle in 11343, she taught at XN'oodland, and Bangor, Maine.
Mrs. Thomas Hunter
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Miss Maudelena S. Huskins
Boolrkcrpizig, Ecoiiomirs, Commcwrial Luze,
and Bu.ri11f.r.v Maflzcmafnzr
Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine. lA'as graduated from Edward
Little High School, and Maine School of Commerce. Did
graduate work at Columbia, Harvard, and llates. Came to
Edward Little in 1016. In charge of placement service for
Miss Margaret B. Jordan, B.A.
Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High
School and at Hates College. Did graduate work at Bates
and at Harvard summer schools. Taught at Mexico, Maine,
and at Sanford High School. Came to Edward Little in
1923. Director of Senior Drama. Adviser of junior girls.
Mrs. Anna B. Kennedy, B.A., M.A.
Born in Orange, Massachusetts. Prepared at Technical High
School, Springfield, Massachusetts. VVas graduated from
VVheaton College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. VX'as grad-
uated from Columbia University with a Master of Arts de-
gree. Summer and winter courses at Clark University. Took
Massachusetts State Extension Courses. Attended Bates Sum-
mer School in 1937, 1938, 1939, and 1940. Before coming to
Edward Little in 1930, she taught at Brookfield High School,
Brookfield, Massachusetts. Faculty adviser of the "Oraele".
Mrs. Lucie B. Lane
Horn in Paris, Maine. Was graduated from Norway High
School in 1910. Attended Colby College for two years in the
class of 1914 and then attended Nasson Institute in the class
of 1915. She was supervisor of E. R. A. Canning Center in
Lewiston, and District Supervisor of E. R. A. Canning Cen-
ters in Aroostook County, before coming to Edward Little.
She is a corresponding secretary to the L 81 A Zonta Club and
a member of the L 81 A Nasson Club.
Daniel W. Lowe
Born in Turner, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High
School. Was graduated from Gorham Normal School.
Taught in Massachusetts, and art VVehster Junior High School
before becoming a member of the Edward Little staff. He is
one of the teachers at the Vocational School.
Miss Helen L. MacFar1and
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Born in Auburn, Maine. VVas graduated from Edward Lit-
tle High School. Attended Simmons Summer School. Came
to Edward Little in 1925. Took the Red Cross First Aid
Course and two courses in drafting.
Miss Priscilla Moulton
l1'1z.rz'11t'.r.r .lltlrliiizex I, ll, Office 1'raclir1'
Born in Lewiston, Maine. Prepared at Lewiston High School,
and was graduated from the Secretarial and Normal Training
Courses at the Auhurn Maine School of Commerce, Attended
Boston University summer session in 10433 intersession, 1o45.
Correspondence Course, University of Chicago 1945-46. Be-
fore coming to Edward Little in 1042, she served as private
secretary to the Principal of the Auhurn Maine School of
Commerce. Secretary of Auhurn Teachers' Association
1,943-IQ44 Assemhly Board. Adviser to Student Council.
Secretary-Trezxsnrer ol' Business llepartment of Maine
Head Cotzflz of lfooflmlf, A.Y.Vl.YftllIl Courli of Brzxlsetlzrzll,
Moses Nanigian, B.A.
Miss Helen Munick, B.S.
Born in Malden, Massachusetts. Prepared at Malden High
School and at Boston Lniversity, where she received her B.S.
degree. Came to Edward Little in Septemher, IQ45.
Mafhema I im
Born in Madison, Maine. Prepared at Madison High School.
XNas graduated from University of Maine where he received
his Bachelor of Arts degree. Played professional hasehall
with Hayward New England League: coached at Madison and
Bangor High Schools. Came to Edward Little in 11944.
Clifford A. Parsons
Born in Buckfield, Maine, Graduated from Edward Little
High School in 19.50, and Gorham State Teachers College in
IQ23. Taught at Patten Academy from iozg,-1025, Gould
Academy from 1o25-1oz7, Livermore Falls from 1927-1945,
He was a pattern maker at Record Foundry and Machine
Company during the war.
Miss Lois M. Walker, B.S.
Miss Margaret Stone, B.S.
l"l'0rId Geography and Vocational Guidanre
Born in Vlforcester, Massachusetts. Prepared at Holden High
School, Holden, Massachusetts. Received the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Education from State Teachers' Col-
lege, NVorcester, Massachusetts, in 1939. In the summers of
1943 and 1945, attended the Harvard Graduate School of
Education. Before coming to Edward Little in 1943, she
taught at Chapman, Maine, and Rehoboth, Massachusetts.
Guidance director of sophomore girls.
Born in Skowhegan, Maine. Prepared at Skowhegan High '
School, Attended the University of Maine. Taught at Matta-
wamkeag Academy. Came 'to Edward Little in IQ45.
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Miss Dorothy Wellman, B.A.
Arvard V. Webster, B.A.
Born in Bangor, Maine. Prepared at lslesboro High School,
lsleslioro, Maine. VVas graduated in 1930 from University
of Maine with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Did research at
the Bangor State Hospital. Attended summer sessions at the
University of Maine, and Harvard University. Before coming
to Edward Little in 1943, he taught in Casco, and was prin-
cipal of the consolidated schools in Alfred, Maine. He is the
Director of Guidance.
Born in Lewiston, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High
School, Was graduated from Bates College, where she re-
ceived her Bachelor of Arts degree. Did one year graduate
work at Bates College. Attended summer school at the Uni-
versity of Maine. In 1944, she came to Edward Little from
Walton Junior High School. She is a memher of the As-
Arnold G. Westerberg, B.A., Ed.M.
Born in New York City. Prepared at Carson Long Institute.
Vilas graduated from l'ennsylvania State College with Z1 de-
gree of Bachelor of Arts in Education. Did graduate work
at the University of Maine and attended Bates Summer
School. Received his Master of Education degree from Bates
College. Before coming to Edward Little in 1036, he taught
in New York, in Sullivan, and in Dover-Foxeroft, Maine.
He is guidance counselor, president of the Athletic Associa-
tion, and faculty :ulviser tu the liusiness manager ol' the
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Ramona Germaine Abbott
Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 25, 11528
A small package of fun and friendliness, petite and cute as
can be. "Mona" is a loyal friend.
Outing Club 12, 35, "Oracle" Staff 145, l'e-rsonalsg junior
Red Cross 12, 3, 45 3 G. A. A, 125.
Lawrence Carroll Additon
Born in Auburn, Maine, September 4, IQZQ
Hard work tits Lawrence to a HT". His earnest longing to
succeed has made him a top-notch
Library Proctors' Club 12, 35, Guting Club 1453 Carnival
Committee 145, Tickets: junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
Richard Sanford Adams
liorn in Lewiston, Maine, May 5, 1928
One of our outstanding musicians, always full of fun. Dick
is bound to attain the goal for which he is aiming.
"Oracle" Staff 145, Assistant Business Managerg Latin
Club 125, Outing Club 13, 455 ,lunior Red Cross 12, 3, 45j
Band 12, 3, 45, Business Manager 145: Debating 13, 455
Varsiteers 13, 45, Business Manager 135: Key Club 13, 45,
Secretary C453 Carnival 145, liall Committee, Senior Drama
145. Stage Properties.
Audrey Ardel Allen
Born in 5Nest Palm Beach, Florida, May 15, IQ28
'Friendly-plans to be a nurse. A cheerful and intelligent
girl-has all the characteristics necessary for her chosen pro-
"Oracle" StaFf 145, Art Committee, Circulation and Sub-
scription, Latin Club 13, 45: ,lunior Red Cross 12, 3, 45g
David Charles Allen
Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 22, 1929
Always ready for a good time. Has a keen sense of humor
-a real pal to all-a good sport.
Winter Sports C2, 3. 435 Baseball C2, 33, Manager C335
Outing Club C2, 3, 435 Key Club C3, 435 junior Red Cross
C2, 3, 43: Senior Drama C43, Lights and Sounds.
t"Vernon john Henry Ames
Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 1, 1924
A fellow who is extremely full of fun. His favorite enjoy-
ment is keeping a class in good spirits, and he does a neat
job of it, too.
Born in Old Town, Maine, December 12, 1927
A cute girl with sparkling eyes, golden hair, and sunny dis-
"Oracle" Staff C43, Personals5 Outing Club C435 Junior
Red Cross C2, 3, 435 Thespians C435 Girls' Choir C43, Order
of Gregg Artists C335 Carnival Committee C43, Tickets5
Coronation Committee C43, Invitations and Ushers,
Donald Howard Arnold
Born in Auburn, Maine, October 8, 1927
Take la super personality, a swell disposition, and outstand-
ing ability in athletics. Put them. together, and you have our
popular and outstanding class president.
Class Office, President C2, 3, 435 Student Council C2, 3, 43,
President C43 5 Outing Club C2, 33 5 Usher at Graduation C33 5
Usher at Junior-Senior C235 Assembly Board C435 Hi-Y C2,
3, 4,3 5 Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 43 5 Football C2, 3, 43, Captain
C435 Basketball C2, 3, 43, Captain 4331 Baseball C2, 3, 435
Athletic Council C3, 43: Carnival Committee C23, Sophomore
Executive5 Key Club C3, 43, President C433 Senior Drama
C43, Assistant Business Manager
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X Phillip Stanley Attwood
Born in Aulrurn, Maine, january 2, 19215
Phil is always around whenever things are happening. l-le's
not so bashful as he appears,
Football 1453 Track 1453 Hi-Y 13, 453 Usher at junior
Senior 1253 Usher at Graduation 1353 Outing Cluh 12, 35
Carnival Committee 145, Escort at Coronation.
Alfrieda Ericka Bailey
Born in Aulvurn, Maine, Felmruary 2, 11520
Alfrieda has very pretty eyes and hair-politeness is one of
her attributes-friendliness is her motto.
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
Sherman Louis Baker
Born in Lewiston, Maine, Novemlvcr 24, 1928
Sherman is a "happy-go-lucky" fellow-always ready to put
everyone in good humor.
Baskethall 125 g Thespians 12, 3, 45 3 Band 12, 3, 45 3 Outing
Clulr 12, 3, 455 "Station" Staff 12, 3, 45, Circulation 13. 453
Latin Club 1253 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 453 Carnival Com-
mittee 145, Tickets: Senior Play 145, Cast.
Richard Charles Barr
Horn in 5fX'intl1rop, Massachusetts, Novenilmer 28, 1928
Dick should win a medal for courtesy. His patience and
brilliance are two other assets.
"Station" Staff 125, RCIJOIWCTQ "Oracle" Stall' 1453 Photog-
raphyg junior Red Cross 12, 3, 453 Outing Cluln 1353 Track
1353 Key Clulx 13, 453 Senior Play 145, Reading' Committee,
Stage Propertiesg Usher at Graduation 135.
Joan Pulsifer Bauer
Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 8, 1929
A very neat dresser-strictly "Mademoiselle", and so cute!
Library Proctors' Club 12, 3, 45, Secretary 135, Outing
Club 12, 3, 45, junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45, Band 13, 45,
Majorette, "Oracle" Staff 145, Subscriptions, Thespians 125,
Carnival Ball '145, Decorations, G. A. A. 13, 45 , Chorus 135 3
Senior Drama 145, Make-up.
Eleanor Mae Barschdorf
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 31, 1928
Sparkling personality-sweet smile-fun to be with-a de-
Outing Club 13, 45, Thespians 13, 45: Latin Club 12, 35,
Band 12, 3, 45 1 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 4,5 , Carnival Ball 145,
Evelyn Alice Beane
Doris Grace Beaucage
Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 16, 1929
Music is her hobby-has lots of stylish clothes-is admired
by everyone. She is full of fun and is friendly to all.
Outing Club 125 , Order of Gregg Artists 145, Junior Red
Cross 12, 3, 45.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 15, 1928
Evelyn is a diligent, industrious girl-a good friend, a loyal
"Oracle" Stal? 145, Typist, Outing Club 13, 45, Junior
Red Cross 12, 3, 45, Representative 125, Carnival Committee
145, Publicity, Order of Gregg Artists 145,
XRobert Alfred Beaucage
Born in Auburn, Maine, june 2, 11523
Tall, dark, and good-looking. Girls, take notifel
mMaurice A. Begin
Horn in Lewiston, Maine, May 20, 1926
Interested in graphic artsistudions and well on the way to
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Lucille Rita Belanger
Born in Auburn, Maine, February 21, 1028
Lucillc's Charming smile gains her many friends. ShC's an
ardent stamp collector.
"Oracle" Stalif C45, Business Committeeg Outing Club C455
junior Red Cross 12, 3, 453 G. A. A. 13, 45.
Maverine Roseltha Bennett
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 25, IQ28
A popular lass with plenty of vim and vigor. We hope
"Mabel" will speed as swiftly along the road of success as
she does in her "Chevy",
"Station" Stall C25 3 junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Erwin Peter Berg
Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 15, 1927
A nice fellow who causes many pretty heads to turn his
way. Something is lacking if you don't see "Bergie" around
with the gang.
Band 12, 3, 45: I-li-Y 12, 3. 45, Secretary 1453 Key Club
13, 455 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 452 Season Ticket Repre-
sentative 12, 35.
Raymond Charles Bergeron
Born in Auluurn, Maine, january 23, 1928
Ray has an excellent sense of humor. Outstanding in gym
-popular with all.
Band 12, 3, 45, Chorus 125: Hi-Y 13, 455 junior Red
Cross 12, 3, 45 3 Swimming 145 g Track 145.
Orvis Weston Bonney, jr.
Born in Bath, Maine, june 25, IQ28
Never a dull moment when Orvis is around. His peppy
personality is a good morale lifter.
"Oracle, Stall 145, Business Committee: junior Red Cross
12, 3, 45, Treasurer 145 3 Outing Cluh 13. 45 3 Carnival Com-
mittee 145, Escort at Coronation, Senior Play 145, Cast.
jo Anne Elaine Bouchard
Born in Stockholm, Maine, February 5, 1929
Although she is new this year, Jo Anne has made many
friends with her quiet and friendly manner.
Chorus 145 5 junior Red Cross 145.
Eleanore Genevive Boydak
"E I I i c"
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 26, 1928
Eleanore has beautiful wavy hair and a contagious laugh.
She is always making such pretty clothes!
Outing Club 12, 3, 41: Thespians 1415 "Oracle" Stat? 141
Assistant Business Manager, junior-Senior Committee 131
junior Rerl Cross 12. 3, 41: Carnival Committee 141, Pub
lieityg Senior 'Drama 141, Uuclerstucly.
Arlene Frances Brackett
Horn in Auburn, Maine, july 24, 1928
,X quiet girl, likeable as eau lie, and a cheerful friend to all.
junior Red Cross 12. 3, 41.
Ruth Alma Bradbury
"Ru th if
Born in Auburn, Maine, December 5, 14128
VVhere there's fun and dancing-there's Ruth. She has
Glee Club 1311 Band 141, junior Red Cross 12, 3, 41.
Mary Louvina Bragdon
Born in Auburn, Maine, january 5. 1928
Sunny dispositiwvu-'mischievous smile-one of our liveliest
Chorus 12, 41, Dramaties 121, "Grade" 141, Personals:
junior Reel Cross 12, 3, 41.
Donald Clyde Briggs
Born in Chicago, Illinois, june 7, 1928
A friendly, unassuming senior-liked by all who know
Season Ticket Representative 1255 Winter Sports 13, 45,
Manager 1455 Chairman of Carnival 1455 Usher at Gradua-
tion 1355 Hi-Y 1455 "Oracle" Staff 145, Art Committeeg
Track 1255 Outing Club 12, 3, 455 Junior Red Cross 12, 3,
45 5 Senior Drama 145, Head Usher.
Hilda Irene Briggs
Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 1, 1928
She's a familiargfignre in the corridors at E. L. as she runs
errands for the ottice. She's known especially for her neatness '
and friendly manner.
"Oracle" Stal? 145, Head Typist5 Junior Red Cross 12, 3,
455 Oigder of Gregg Artists 1455 Season Ticket Representa-
tive 14 .
Lillayne Chappell Briggs
Born in Auburn, Maine, May 8, 1928
She has beauty, charm, and pretty blonde hair. "Lany"
fills all requirements of a true friend.
"Oracle" Staff 145, Typistg Carnival Committee 145, Coro-
nation5 Thespians 1455 Outing Club 1455 Junior Red Cross
12, 3, 45 5 Order of Gregg Artists 145.
Beverly Pearl Brooker
1: B evra K
Born in Auburn, Maine, September 21, 1927
Bev's ready smile and sincere friendliness have won her a
host of friends.
G. A. A. 14l 5 "Oracle" Staff 145, Typistg junior Red Cross
12, 3, 455 Junior-Senior Committee 135, Carnival Committee
145, Candidate for Queen.
Barbara Ann Brown
Born in Smith Paris, Maine, Fehrnary 19, 1028
Barbara is a good sport and a lot of fun to he with. A very
"Oracle" Staff C45, Personals, .Innior Red Cross 12, 3. 455
G. A. A. 145g Order of Gregg Artists K45, Chorus 145.
Barbara June Brown
Horn in Augusta, Maine, .laniiary 7, 11527
"Balls" is witty and full of pep-plans to liecome a teacher.
"Oracle" Staff K45, PL-rsonalsg -liinior Red Cross C2, 3, 45
Born in Aiilnirn, Maine, May 28, 11528
Nice smile. Pat has friends galore. Perfect proof of her
su Jer personality
"Oracle" Stalif 645: Outing Chili C255 Hand C3, 453 Band
Lilirarian C3, 45 5 .lnnior Red Cross Q2, 3, 45.
Kenneth Roderick Calden
Horn in Xlleld, Maine, -Iiine 6, 1028
A small fellow with a liig smile for ex'cryone-agreeable
easy to get along with.
:tC1ifford Henry Carberry
Born in Gorham, New Hampshire, November 2, IQ25
A thoroughly likeable fellow with a knack for making
classes lively. His hair is much admired by the fairer sex.
Basketball 145 g Football 143.
Clara Louise Carlin
Born in Auburn, Maine, July 4, 1928
Although quiet, she's really loads of fun. VVants to become
a dietitian, and we know she'll make good.
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
joan Frances Campbell
Born in Auburn, Maine, May 2, 1929
A cute little drummer with beautiful eyes and a smile that
lets everyone know she's a perfect friend.
Chorus 125, Band 13, 4l: Outing Club 133: Order of
Gregg Artists 145 5 Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
Born in Auburn, Maine, February 1, 1928
An all-round sport and full of fun--always on the go-
makes friends easily.
Outing Club 12, 3D, junior Red Cross 12, 3, 43, Chorus
133 5 G. A- A- 12, 43-
Mary Laure Carpentier
Born in Quebec, Canada, Novemher 18, 14528
Mary Lou is one of o11r very attraCtix'e and neatly dressed
seniors. Has a pleasant personality and is a grand girl to
Thespians C353 Outing Cluh C3. 473 ,lunior Red Cross C.z,
3, 453 Order of Gregg' Artists X
Robert Roger Charpentier
C453 ff. A, A. C31-l5.
:':Robert Wilfred Carroll
Born in Alll5lll'll, Maine, july zz, N523
"Hola" is quiet and industrious. ls a whiz at hiology.
llehatiug C453 Key Cluh C45. Honorary Memher,
Horn i11 Auhurn, Maine, Oetolmer 1, 1927
"Bohn is one of the nicest fellows you'll ever meet. Out-
standing in sports and just as good 111 the classroom.
Student Council C253 Hi-Y C453 junior Red Cross 42,
3, 453 Band C253 Football 13, 453 Baskethall Cz, 3, 45
liorn i11 Lynn, lllassacliiisetts, Fehruary 45, 115.20
lhis cute and rivacioiis strawherry hlondc, vnth her win-
ning' DCl'SOll21lllj' and charm, IS hound to succeed i11 whatever
"C5rz1cle" C45, Picture .XDI5l5llllIlTlClllSj rllllCS15l?lllS C2, 3, 453
Senior Drama C45, C21Sl, Outing Cluln C2, 3, 453 -lunior Red
Cross Cz, 3, 45, Representative C25Q Order of Gregg Artists
C353 Season Ticket Represe11tative C2, 3, 453 G. A. A. C453
junior Senior Committee C353 Cheerleader C3, 45, Head
Cheerleader C451 Carnival Committee C2, 3. 45. Ball Com-
mittee, Candimlate for Queen 13, 453 Asscmhly Board C3, 45.
Ernest Orlan Cobb
Beverly Theresa Clough
Born in Skowhegan, Maine, August II, 1929
Bev has a quiet lint charming way with everyone. VVell-
liked by all who know her.
"Oracle" LU, Personals, Subscription and Cireulationg
junior Red Cross K2, 3, 45.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 30, X928
One of our promising seniors-wants to lie a theater man-
ager. Cobhie with all his winning virtues will surely succeed.
Hi-Y fgljj Junior Red Cross C2, 3, alll Football C235 Bas-
kethall C2, 3, .Up Swimming 43,33 Usher at Graduation 135.
Phyllis Arlene Coiley
Gerald Wilson Coffin
Born in Auburn, Maine, November IQ, 1927
A hard worker and one who always succeeds in whatever
he undertakes. Is interested in photo-finish work.
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 5 Basketball Cz, 3, 4D.
Born in Old Town, Maine, October 28, 1927
Phyllis has an engaging smile for everyone-attractive, neat
Pauline Alice Combellack
Born in New Gloucester, Maine, April 20, 1928
"Polly" has a super personality. She is smart and charm-
ing, and her dependability and sincere friendship endear her
"Station" Staff C2, 3, 43, Advertising Manager C33, Co-
editor-in-chief C3, 435 "Oracle" C43, Associate Editor5 Out-
ing Club Cz, 33 43, Secretary C43 I ,lunior Red Cross Cz, 3, 43,
Home Room Representative C33 5 Chorus Cz, 335 G. A. A. C2,
3, 435 Carnival Committee C3, 43, ,lunior Executive C333
Coronation C43, Co-Chairman, Candidate for Carnival Queen
C435 American Legion Essay Prize C331 l-J. A. R, Represen-
Melba Arlene Cook
liorn in Auburn, Maine, November 28, 11328
Here is a witty girl who spreads joy wherever 'she goes.
Keep on being good-natured, Melba, and things will always
turn out right for you.
"Station" Stal? C3, 43, Reporter, "Oracle" C43, Circulation
and Subscription5 Thespians C435 Outing Club C432 junior
Red Cross Cz, 3, 435 G. A. A. C3, 435 Carnival Committee
C43, 'llicket Committee.
james Oliver Coyne
llorn in Auburn, Maine, March 4, H328
Never could there be a nicer person or truer friend.
"jimmy" is always willing to help wherever he is needed.
"Oracle" C43, Service Section, Chairman of Photography:
junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 435 Usher at Graduation C33Q As-
sembly Board C4lQ Senior Drama C43, Assistant Business
Patricia Isabel Crites
liorn in Lewiston, Maine, December zz, 11328
Never could there be a sweeter person! "Patty" has such
pretty hair and a pleasing manner-trim dresser.
"Station" Staff C3, 43, Business: "Oracle" C43, Personalsg
Library Proctors' Club C235 Latin Club C232 Outing Club
Cz, 3, 435 junior Red Cross Cz, 3. 435 Carnival Committee
C2, 33, Coronationg Senior Drama C43, llnderstudy.
Roy Burrows Crossman
Born in Portland, Maine, May 5, 1028
A grand fellow with dark, wavy hair-a keen sense of
humor-a real friend to everyone.
"Oracle" 145, Circulation and Subscriptiong Thespians 1453
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 4-5, Chorus 1453 Track 145.
Florence Beatrice Cummings
Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 30, 1929
Definitely a "slick chick". Smart dresser-cheerful and
talkative-and with pretty red hair.
"Oracle" 145, Art Committee3 Outing Club 1453 Junior
Red Cross 12, 3, 453 Carnival Committee 145, Candidate foi
William Hiram Cummings, Jr.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, june 14, 1928
One of our smooth and popular seniors. A decided asset
to the ski tem. Best of luck, "Bill" l
"Oracle" 145, Personals, Service Section3 Hi-Y 12, 3, 45,
President 1453 Outing Club 12, 3, 45, President 1353 Junior
Red Cross 12, 3, 453 Athletic Council 1453 Football 12, 45:
Track 145i Winter Sports 12, 3, 45, Captain 1453 junior-
Senior Committee 125, Usher3 Usher at Graduation 1353
Carnival Committee 1453 Key Club 13, 453 junior Kiwanis
Robert Lawrence Currie
Born in Lewiston, Maine, july 22, 1028
XfVl'lCl16YCf.HC3.CtllSl, is around, there is never a dull mo-
ment. His lively manner makes him one of the most popular
Student Council 1353 "Oracle" 145, Personals: Hi-Y 1453
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 453 Track 1453 Junior-Senior Com-
mittee 125, Usher3 Carnival Committee 145, Escort at Coro-
l'l5itlOl'l2 Key Club 13, 453 Marshal at Graduation 1353 Junior
-as 'Q' w J. .H alf
K "ii '
Arlene Elisabeth Dahlbeck
Horn in Portland, Maine, April 13, 11518
Pretty as a picture-neat, nifty, nice--her charm makes
evervone like her.
"Oracle" 145, Associate Editor, Thespians 13, 453 Latin
Club 135: Debating 135, Senior Drama 145, Reading Com-
mittee: Outing Club 13, 45, junior Red Cross 13, 45, Home
Room Representative 145 5 G. A. A. 13, 45.
Inez Beverly Davis
Horn in Auburn, Maine, November 17, 1928
Slim and trim,
laughter. VVe all like herga neat dresser.
"Oracle" 145, Personals, Outing Club 13, 45, junior Red
Cross 12.15.455 Chorus 145.
she's always on hand to help with fun and
Edith Grace Davis
Horn in Lewiston, Maine, .lnly 28, 10.28
l l l ng eye lashes,
1 .' ' 'a secre 1
bueh soft blue eyes, together with Ove y 0
up ll ill l dith pl ins to bn tux
'ivied by: . i 4
Dorothy Ruth Dean
liorn in Auburn, Maine, 1'Xllg'llSl 14, 1028
A grand sport, full of pep and energy, has sparkling brown
eyes. Plans to be a nurse.
"Oracle" 145, Associate Editorg Latin Club 11, 3, 45,
' NC 13.-USG-15-A. 13,494
Edith Ann Dobson
Born in Unity, Maine, December 14, 1928
A quiet, serene maid with a sincere, friendly manner-
loves to dance.
junior Red Cross C45 3 Chorus C45.
Betty Lou Donovan
Born in Lewiston, Maine, january 3, 1920
A pair of blue, blue eyes and an engaging smileg a charm-
ing mannerfthafs Betty!
"Oracle" C45, Personalsg Latin Club C2, 3, 45, Censor C45
Outing Club C45 5 junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 3 Band C2, 3, 45
Librarian C3, 455 C. A. A. C3, 45: Carnival Committee C45
Yvette Georgette Deschamps
Born in Auburn, Maine, April 2, IO28
Yvette is truly a girl who will do well. A good student--
quiet, pretty, and a good mixer.
Outing Club CZ, 3, 45 C junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Dorothy Arlene Donahue
Born in Auburn, Maine, October 19, 1928
Full of vitality and sparkle-favorite pastime is playing
the piano-that giggle couldn't be mistaken anywhere.
"Oracle" C45, Circulation Staffg Thespians C35 3 junior Recl
Cross C2, 3, 45, G. A. A. C3, 453 Order of Gregg Artists C45.
Danny is an all-round good athlete, outstanding in lvasket-
ball. Liked Ivy all, and he isn't so shy as he seems.
Football 62, 5, 451 Hasketlmall fr, 3, 41, Captain 1415 Ku
Chili tg, 4
of quietness. Friendliness is typival of Holm.
junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 415 liasketlaall Cz, 3, 415 Swim-
Daniel W. Driscoll
Horn in Anlnirn, Maine, Oetolner 2, 11137
Bernadette Germaine Dufresne
lifirn in Anhurn, Maine, May 2, 10.27
A sweet girl who is niee to know-an exceptionally gout
Outing Clnlv f41Q -Innior Red Cross tg, 3, 415 Order
Gregg Artists tj, 41.
Robert Gordon Dumas
rn in Rielimond, Maine, january 38, 111211
of merriment lurks behind an outward appearance
3 liaselrall C3, alll llsher at Graduation 631.
Charles Frederick Dunn
Horn in Aulnirn, Maine, December 2, 11127
full of fun'-grand sport. D
Liked luv all who know him--iisuallv seen with Arlene-A
junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 41 3 Track 121 5 Winter Sports 121
"Frannie" always wears a
a good time.
Arlene Grace Elwell
llorn in Auburn, Maine, june 28, IQ28
Shy, quiet and liked by all. Arlene is a superb member of
"Oracle" C45, Personals, -lunior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45 1 Biillfl
Latin Club C255 Hi-Y C453
C453 Junior Red Cross C2,
Janice Ella Fletcher
llorn in Lewiston, Maine, September lo, IO28
One of our peppiest cheerleaders-a smile for everyone and
a happy-go-lucky air-always on the go.
Thespians Cz, 3, 45, Secretary C453 Outing Club C2, 3, 453
Season Ticket Representative C2, 3, 45, "Varsiteers" C459
Chorus C455 G. A. A. C2, 45, Executive C25, Vice-president
C45 3 Carnival Ball Decorations C3, 45 1 junior Red Cross C2,
3, 45 5 Candidate for Carnival Queen C45.
Frances Priscilla Dupont
Horn in Messina, New York, April 27, 1027
big smile. So full of pep-likes
"Oracle" C45, Personals, junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45. Home
Room Representative C25 3 Chorus Cz, 3, 45.
Charles Robert Everett
Horn in Lewiston, Maine, November 18, IOZS
One of our popular seniors-dependable-swell fellow to
are many and varied.
Class Ottieer C45, Vice-president, Student Council C455
Outing Club C2, 3, 45, President
3, 455 Band C2, 3, 45, President
C453 Chorus C255 Football C3, 45: VVinter Sports Cz, 353
junior-Senior Committee C25, Usher, Key Club C3, 45, Vive-
Gloria Hilda Fortin
liurn in .Xnl5nrn, Maine, vlzmnzwy IX, 115.27
Gloria wears ll crown of pretty, lnright rucl lmii'-posscsscs
1 hvzxnixng smilc that goes with hcr gooml-1111111rwlm-ss.
Outing' Clnlv C45 5 .llllll0l' Rell Cross Cz, 3, 45.
Gerald Holt Foss
Horn in Salmattns, Maxim-, llcfmnlwi' 7, 11138
Mischief simply glcmns in Gcr:ilml's cycs-wlio conlcl hclicve
such zu small pcrson conlcl lm rcsimmisilmlc lor srv much noise.
Usher all llrzulnzition f35, ,lnnior Rvrl Ci-nss KJ, 3, 45.
Hal Thurston Frank
Horn in East Poland, lX'I:1inc, Mzircli 30, 11523
Quiet, swell fCllOWfllZlI'll-W0l'lilllg'- with lots nf mnlvition.
luniur RL-cl Cross C2, 3, 45.
' yr' lfnrl-v-fum'
Marcella Ruth Frank
Horn in lionnclmnnk, llluinu, llcrcmlmcr 8, 11918
Dark and mysterions-stnclions :anal swcc-t--gcntlc, full uf
fun-pretty :incl nent.
"Or:u'lc" Staff 145, Snlmscriptimi :incl Circulation, ,lnniur
Red Cross Cz, 3, 45.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 18, 1929
A very sweet senior with a vivaeious personality.
"Oracle" Staff f4D, Subscription and Circulation: Latin
Club Q2, 4jg Outing Club C473 Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 493
G. A. A. Q43 5 Carnival Committee f4D, Ball.
:f1E1bridge joseph Gagne, jr.
Born in Auburn, Maine, July 22, 1925
Smile, personality, clothes make Al one of our most popular
returned vets. A future dentist.
Carroll William Freeman, Jr.
Born in Auburn, Maine, january .:. 19:8
Cheerfulness is his brand, which is proved by his never
Student Council C2, 3, 45: Hi-Y 13. 47: Football C2, 335
Basketball 12, 335 junior Real Cross C2, 3, 43.
Donald Edward Fyfe
Born in Portland, Maine, August 25, 1927
A tall, neat-appearing senior-likes to tease-a lot of fun.
"Oracle" Staff f4l, Art Committeeg Outing Club t2, 3,1
Season Ticket Representative Czlg VVinter Sports C2, 3,5
Usher at Graduation C35 Q Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 41 3 Senior
Drama MJ, Stage Carpenter.
and you have Lorraine.
Lorraine Madeline Gagne
Horn in Berlin, New lrlampshire, April I, 11328
Take a eute smile, pretty hairy add a quiet personality,
-Iunior Red Cross Cz, 3, 43 5 Order of Gregg' Artists C43.
Donald Theadore Gagnon
Horn in Aulvurn, Maine, Deeenilmer gg, 19:7
Manager of the foothall team-has a wonderful sense of
humor-he'll never know how many girls sigh over him when
his hack is turned!
"Oracle" Staff C43, Assistant Business Managerg Hi-Y C43 3
,lunior Red Cross C2, 3, 435 Football C3, 43, Assistant Man-
ager C33, Manager C43 Q llaselaall Cz, 3, 43.
liorn in l3etroil, lllichigan, Norenilver 13, 11328
Lorraine is headed for sueeess in the lwusiness world, for
she is eincient and well-suited to this type of work,
junior Red Cross C43.
Beverly Mae Gilbert
Born in Aulmurn, Maine, May 15, 11328
quiet-naturally curly hair, lucky girl!
Alunior Red Cross Cz, 3, 43 : Order of Gregg Artists C33.
Beverly is one of our friendly girls from Ilaurille--very
Marcel Arthur Ginchereau
Born in Auburn, Maine, August
Indnstrious and a hard worker. Marcel will "go places"
-likes to read.
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 43.
Theresa Fernande Godin
Born in Auburn, Maine, july 26, 1928
One of our shy seniors hut when you need a friend, there's
Outing Club C45 g Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 43.
"J can ie"
WRalph Joseph Gove
Born in Eastport, Maine, january 30, 1925
Well-mannered and intelligent. His easy-going and friendly
ways have gained him many friends.
Student Council C355 junior Red Cross C2, 3, 4Jj Football
Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 16, 1928
Jean is much envied for her pretty hair-neat dresser-
"Oracle" C4j, Personalsg Outing Club Czjg Junior Red
Cross C2, 3, 455 Order of Gregg Artists C3, 4jg Chorus C2,
45 3 G. A. A. Czl.
Page F orty-seven
liorn in Hoston, Massachusetts, April Io, 11928
Vlflien you need a real friend, you'll find Florence nearlvv.
A girl who has all the qualifications.
junior Red Cross 12, 3. 45.
Reginald Linwood Harper
lloru in Aulwurn, Maine, November 37, 19.57
One of our tall seniors who always adds to the fun in a
crowd. A nice fellow to know.
Tliespians 115 3 Band f4i5,AMHll2igCl', Swimming 135 I ,lunior
Red Cross 12, 3, 451 Senior llrama 145. Assistant Stage
Dorothy Elinor Hansen
liorn in Lewiston, Maine, Oetolner 19, 10:8
An exceptionally neat dresser-rlependalile-a good student
and a lover of sports. especially skiing. Her cute and witty
remarks, plus nice disposition, put her on the list of well-
"Station" Staff 12, 3, 45, Advertising Manager 13, 45,
"Oracle" 145, Editor-in-eluef, Lilmrary l'roetors' Clull 13, 45,
Latin Clulx 1253 -luuior Class Ring Committee 1355 Senior
Drama 1.15, Reading Committee, Outing Clulm 12, 3, 45,
junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45 g G. A. A. 12, 3, 45 Q Junior-Senior
Committee 125, Serving, Carnival Committee 12, 3, 45, Ball
Committee 125, Coronation Committee 135, Gift Committee
Ruth Frances Haskell
liorn in Lewiston, Maine, November 13, 10.28
Sl1e's as crisp as the snow slie skiis on, and as lmriglit as
the reflection of the sun upon rt.
"Station" Staff 13, 45, Exchange Editor 13, 45, "Oracle"
Staff 145, Subscription and Circulation, Latin Club 1253
Outing Clulm 12, 3, 45, junior Red Cross 1.2, 3, 45, Chorus
1253 G. A. A. 12, 3, 45, junior-Senior Committee 12, 35:
Carnival Committee 13, 45, Ball Committee 135, Coronation
Committee 1455 Senior Play Committee 145, Properties.
Merle Adeline Hewitt
Born in Lexington, Maine, August
Dorothy Frances Higgins
Born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, April 16. 1927
A charming and attractive girl who always looks like au
acl from "Seventeen". Beautiful wavy hair.
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45, Representative 13, 45 5 G. A. A.
12, 3, 455 Outing Club 12, 3, 455 Carnival Ball Committee
145: "Oracle" Staff 145, Personals, Glee Club 12, 35.
Mildred Leona Hildreth
magnetic eyes-well-liked by everyone.
UOTHCICU Staff 145, Personals, Glee Club 145.
Richard William Holt
Born in Auburn, Maine, November 30, 1928
Has enough personality for one twice his size. Is always
cheerful, likes baseball-even though he is very bashful, he
junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
A quiet, happy go lucky miss who is good-natured and
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45 g "Oracle" Stail' 145, Personals.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 3, 1928
A very attractive girl whose charm is radiated by her
Junior Red Cross 13, 45, Outing Club 1155? G. A. A. 1353
Horn in Rumford, Maine, June zo, H528
One. of our "petites". Always smiling and has heautiful,
sparkling eyes-will make a swell nurse.
"Oracle" C45, Assistant Business Manager, -lunior Red
Cross- C2, 3, 45, Representative C252 Season Ticket Repre-
sentative C355 Band C3, 45,
Horn in llorel'-Foxeroft, Maine, ,lanuary 1.2, 11518
An excellent student and a very neat miss. Arlene has a
pleasant way ahout her that includes her among the well-
Chorus C25 g Girls' Chorus C45 5 junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45.
Rhoda Farrand Holt
jerry Charles Howard
Horn in Ravenna, Ohio, lleeemher 7, N528
Handsome as they come-keen sense of humor-a neat
dresser-very niee to know.
Student Council C253 Lihrary Proetors' C5' 455 Outing
Cluh Cz, 35 1 Usher at Graduation C35 3 Isley Clnh C45 5 junior
Red Cross Cz, 3, 451 Carnival C45, Escort at Coronation,
Senior Play Committee C45, Lights and Sound.
Arlene Hazel Hudson
Horn in llurhani, Maine. March iz, 11528
'llall and slender with a charming personality, neat dresser
Here s to your future, Gwen!
"Oracle" C45, Art Committeeg junior Red Cross iz, 3, 45.
Born in Vlfashington, D. C., September 27, I928
Talkative with a contagious smile-full of fun. One of
our outstanding artists.
"Station" Staff C45, Art Editor, "Oraele', Staff C45, Art
Committee, Thespians C451 Outing Club C455 Swimming
C453 Carnival Committee C45, Chairman of Ball, junior Red
Cross C3, 45: Senior Drama C45, Assistant Stage Carpenter.
Born in Brooklyn, New York, May 22, 1928
A sportive nature-dependable and cooperative. Smooth
Student Council C35, Hi-Y C3, 45, Outing Club C2, 353
Football C2, 3, 45, Baseball C255 Carnival Committee C351
lunior Red Cross C2, 3, 455 Senior Play C45, Cast.
Marjorie Louise Ireland
Born in Freeport, Maine, january 22, IQZS
Vllhen you want pleasant company and friendliness, apply to
Chorus C2, 3, 45.
Clayton Eugene Irvine
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, May 2, 1928
Calm and even tempered, a hard worker, very quiet, a swell
person to know.
Outing Club C3, 453 Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 455 Football
C145 1 Track C213--I5 1 VVi11tffr Sports C2, 3, 45.
Horn in Lewiston, Maine,
One of the truest friends a pers
ley's grand sense nf humor is bound to smooth her path
wherever she goes.
"Oracle" C45. Sportsg Libr: ry
l v tv v
Latin Club C3, 45, President C35. Aedile 1.15: Outing Club 13,
if 3 45 l A X x l
455 Junior Red Cross g., , f 3
Ball Committee C455 Senior I5
Born in Somerville, Massacliu
A quiet but very sweet miss, NN'ell liked by all,
"Oracle" C45, Art Department.
l'2ll'l1?l K45, Hand Properties.
l5eevmber 30, 11528
on could ever liavc. Shir-
llroctiws' Club Cz 3 45'
2, . r. tj, 4152 Carni 'a
Miles Quentin jellison
Born in X'X'altbam, Massachusetts, -luly 26, 1928
One of our likeable and easy-going seniors-likes hunting
and outdoor sports.
junior Red Cross IQ, 3, 45.
setts, lfebruary 17. 1027
Opal Marie Johnson
Horn in Sanford, Maine, November 6, 1928
Sparkling eyes and a mischievous smile-excellent student.
Best of luck, Opal!
,lunior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
junior-Senior Committee 13 5.
Roger Keene johnson
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45 3 Football 145.
The strong, silent type! Super personality.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 14, 1928
Born in Berry Mills, Maine, April 29, 1928
Give "jan" a dance Hoof and a smooth band and sl1e's
happy. She has loads of friends.
G. A. A. 135 3 "Station" Staff 145 3 Outing Club 135.
time. Certainly keeps things rolling.
Thespians 123 3 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45.
Dorothy Ann Krackenberger
Born in Terre Haute, Indiana, May 22, 1928
A swell girl with vim and vigor-Dot is very talented and
has nice taste in clothes, talkative in a nice way.
"Station" Statt 12, 3, 45, Feature Editor 13, 45, "Oracle
145, Assistant Business Managerg Thespians 12, 35: Debat-
ing 135, Senior Drama 145, Reading Committee, Cast, Out-
ing Club 12, 3, 455 Junior Red Cross 12, 3. 45, Representa-
tive 145g Chorus 12, 35, G. A. A. 13, 45, President 145,
Horn in St. Stephen, N. H., Canada, November 14, 1927
The life of our class. He is full of pep and enjoys a good
Leona Marguerite LaChapelle
lloru in Auhurn, Maine, january Q, IO28
A friendly girl who is always ready for a good time
plans to go to husiuess school.
-luuior Red Cross fz, 3. 45 3 G, A X K 5
Dorothy Ellen Lawrence
Richard Louis Laliberte
"D irk "
Horn in Auhuru, Maine, November 4, 11528
A quiet senior with a very lively smile--alvvays looking' lo
Z1 good time. Has a jovial personality.
junior Red Cross 6.2, 3, 45.
Born in Livermore Falls, Maine, December 13, 1027
Beautiful blond hair and trim clothesg "Dot" wins the
heart of everyone!
"Oracle" 145, Personals: Chorus I45.
Beverly Irene Leadbetter
Born in Auhurn, Maine, January 30, 1029
One of our popular majorettes with a smile for everyone
Loads of success, Beverly.
Student Council 4451 Thespians C353 Outing Cluh C2, 35
Band C2, 3, 45, Majorette, G. A. A. fr, 353 Chorus C45
Carnival Committee C35, Carnival Ball.
:l'Carlton Haskell Leadbetter
Born in North Stratford, New Hampshire, March 20, 1926
'Valkative and likeahle--Aa lot of pep lurks lmehiud those lnlue
Born in Long Island, New York, August 17, 1027
Very athletic, a ready smile for everyone. Plans to he a
C, A. A. 13, .U g XN'iuter Sports CAO.
Mary Matilda Leonard
Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 20, 1928
Quiet in school, but loads of fun outside-has a blush that
matches her hair.
Band C2, 3, .13 3 junior Red Cross l2, 3, 45.
Beverly Elura Libby
Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 21, 1928
Vlfherever she is, there is never a dull moment. She is full
of vitality. Keep that cheery smile, Bev.
Junior Red Cross Q2, 35, Representative C253 Band C2, 3,
Barbara Anne Linton
Hum in Aulmrn, Maine, AIIQIIISI I7, 19:8
Hzirlrllrzi has 11 lovely c1m1plcxim1 :mil 2111 2llUiZ'lIIlL' disposi-
'lihcspizms fail: Outing' Chula 1431 L.hOl'llS 1:13 Girls' Glea-
Clulx 1411 Carnival Committee 145, Coronation, Ilivitatfons,
Patricia Clark Lowe
Horn in l,n-wistun, Maine, Mzarcli 17, 1028
NVith thc wisdom ul' , ' 1 1
X-HIL!-il mil thc tllkt ol' Hun Vat
smilingly paves her way w1th friendship.
HCJTHL'lL'H 14!, Versonzlls, Advertising C1mm1iltCc: Svzison
' 115 Qhoius 11 35
Ticket iwp'1'vsc11t:mtiV0 - 3 N '
"U1':11'Ic" 1-U. Class Historia-sg lin-Irutilmg' 13, 41, l'1'c'sifl1-nl
1 1455 Uslwr at frlAilflll2lii0Il 135
Charles julian Lohfeld
Horn in Now York, Ncw York, llcccnilfcr 24, 1028
The luzickbolic of the lylqlfltiilg Cl1livffl'XCCHl'Ili stuclcn
lmlwl-vvfvrkilig and conscientious.
Rejane Grace Lussier
llorn in gXul:1lr11, Maine, Alilllllllfj' IS, 11,38
Rejzutc has :1 L'llt'L'l'j' smile- likwl Ivy ull,
O1'1lvl'ufG1'cgg .Nrtiets 14J,
Yvette Rita Lussier
Pretty, poised, and pleasant-full of pep
C35 3 Outing Club C3, 45 3 Chorus C25.
Marion Catherine MacLean
Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 22, 1929
Beautiful red hair, sparkling grey-green eyes, and a pleasing
personality are Marion's. Plans to be an executive secretary.
"Oracle" C45, Chairman of Personalsg Thespians C453
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 453 Carnival Committee C45, Coro-
Alden Leon Macomber
Born in Lewiston, Maine, August
an all-round guy and a swell friend to have.
Outing Club C355 Baseball C253 Usher at
Carnival Committee C35.
Frank Hoyt Mahan
Born in Augusta, Maine, june 8, 1928
. A jolly nature plus a hearty laugh. He does a good job
in keeping up our morale.
"Station" Staff C25, Sports Reporter, Thespians C455 Out-
ing Club C2, 3, 45 5 junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 g Season Ticket
Representative C2, 35, Winter Sports C2, 353 Carnival Com-
mittee C45, Ball, Key Club C31 45, Chairman Program Com-
mittee C45, Program Committee C353 junior Kiwanis C351
Senior Drama C45, Business Manager.
Born in Berlin, New Hampshire, March 26, 1928
Student Council C2, 453 Thespians C2, 35, Vice President
"For he's a jolly good fellow," fits "Mac" to a T. He is
Graduation C35 1
Charles Sewall Marshall, jr.
Horn in Auburn, Maine, june 6. 1028
Friendly, often quiet- he is il valnalvle asset to the chorus
incl glee clnlm with his flying fingers at the key-Iiozwfl.
Chorus fx, 3, 47, .M'c'n1np:111ist.
iffDouglas Leslie Marston
Burn in Rucklzxncl, Maine, Nmmnlmcr 11, 10.24
"Doug's" wavy hair, urtivc wit, :incl Uzlptivzztilig pcrsmizility
have made hum an mitstzmcling senior.
Elizabeth Alfreda Marshall
Horn in Clllltilll, Mains, -llillllllfj' 17, 111241
A Cilllfllllllg' girl with pretty lmloncl lmir :intl il flvligh
lnnior Red Cruss Cz, 3, 43.
Ruth Arlene Martin
Horn in Minot, Maine, -lune 18, 113311
Ruth has many fine qualities. Our class will always ie
member hor as Z1 very amiable girl,
.lunior Rerl Cross Cz, 3, 42.
Frances Dawn Maxwell
Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 29, 1927
Happy-go-lucky-a true friend-glowing personality. Sharp
Order of Gregg Artists 145.
James joseph May
Born in Auburn, Maine, January 24, 1929
The pride of the Hi-Y. A future bank president, popular,
humorous, and a grand sport. Tall, dark, and good-looking.
Hi-Y 12, 3, 4,51 Outing Club 12, 35: Junior Red Cross 12
3, 45: Season Ticket Representative 1.15g Band 12, 3, 45.
Dorothy Shirley Maybury
Born in Auburn, Maine, June 7, 1929
Dot is always "on the beam". She's full of fun and al-
ways ready for a good timek-a true friend.
"Station" Staff 12, 3, 45, Business Manager 13, 45 5 "Oracle"
Staff 145, Engraving Fees, Advertisingg Thespians 12, 3, 45 5
Latin Club 125, Debating 1355 Outing Club 12, 3, 455
G. A. A. 1355 Carnival Committee 145, Chairman of Gift
Donald Keith McDonald
Born in Auburn, Maine, November 3, 1928
The jester of our class. He always has a joke up his
sleeve-a smile is his trademark.
"Oracle" Staff 145, Subscription and Circulation, Latin
Club 12, 35, Pro Consul 135.
:'tWilliam A. Meader
liorn in Richmond, Maine, September 2, 14925
Personality plus-f slmrp dresser---never seems to lose his
Richard Stanley Merrill
:5fBlynn Davidson Merrill
Born in New Gloucester, Maine. .lnne 21, 19:7
A verv sliv :md clean cnt fellow. Likes outdom- life, Seen
everywliere in ll maroon Ford.
Born in Anlrnrn, Maine, Feln'1i:11'y 5, 10.28
A fine I'HllSlt'l2llI---lOVCS 11 good time. His ready smile and
cheery "hello' have won lnm many lriends.
Senior Drztmu C3, .UQ liand Cz, 3, 49, "Vzn'sitecrS" Q31 455
Swimming t3l Q Track fzlg lNinter Sports flil 3 Key Clnln C3,
45, Treasurer CM: Senior Drama 647, Assistant Stage Car-
Dorothy Elaine Miller
Born in Harrison, Maine, Septemlmer 10, 1927
A good friend. She can zllwzmys lie counted on to do well
wlmtever she attempts.
"Oracle" Stztti' Lil, Engraving Fee Committee, Typist, Li-
lmrary Proctors' Clnlm 13, .UQ ,Innior Red Lross K2, 3, 45,
Order of Gregg Artists C3, 43, Hand Typist f4lQ Carnival
Committee 433, Tickets.
Vernie Jeanette Moody
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 30, 1928
A quiet miss, but a friend to everyone. VX'e are all sure she
will succeed in her undertakings.
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Francis joseph Mooney, jr.
Born in Wforcester, Massachusetts, October 13, 1928
He is a good advertisement for any haberdasherfa smoothy
on the dance HOOT, possesses a subtle humor that has won
him friends galore.
Outing Club C453 Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45: Basketball
C2, 3, 45 3 Baseball C2, 45.
Betty jean Moore
Born in Presque Isle, Maine, February 16, 1929
A quiet girl with pretty brown eyesffun to knowswants
to be a secretary.
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45: Order of Gregg Artists C4Dg
Chorus f2, 45. Vice-President C433 G. A. A. 42, 33.
Merilyn Arlene Morgan
Born in Auburn, Maine, April 28, 1928
Cheerful, amiable, and easy going-these all contribute to
the charming personality radiated by Merilyn.
Annette Rita Morin
Horn in New Gloucester, Maine, Fclrruary I5, logo
Glorious red hair and NN'oorllrury complcxion. Loves fried
chicken-wants to lic a secretary.
Geraldine Clara Moulton
Horn in Lewiston, lXlainc, -lunc 23, ll3.2l,3
Hur vivacious I3CI'Sl3ll2lllty, licnutiful lmrown cycs, :intl out-
standing almility will surely In-lp licr to siicccccl in future
ycnrs as they liavc :it li. l..
Student Counvil Cz, 3, 43, St-rim-t:ii'5' C433 "Station" StaH'
C3. 43, Aclx'crtising', "C3r:iclc" Stat? C43, Class Histories,
Latin Cluli C535 l3clmating' C331 Outing Clulm C,:, 3, 43, lianml
C43, Mzljorcttcg G, A. JX. C33 2 ,lunior-Senior Committcc C33 g
Carnival Committcc C3, 43, Carnival Hall CommittCC C33.
Coronation C43, Cilllfllflllti' for Quccn, Senior Play Commit-
tvc C43, iil'f3I3Cl'tlL'S.
john joseph Mullane
Born in Lewiston, Maine, Marcli 17, logo
-I, bl. is a goorl student who is forvvcr using' liis orzitorical
ability. His ovcrloailccl lurief case is lus Constant companion.
"Oracle", Assistant Business Managcr C431 Latin Cluli Cz,
3, 43, Aedilc C335 Debating C3. 43, Varsity C3, 43, National
Forensic League C3, 43, Lcaguc of Honor C431 junior Rail
Cross Cz, 3, 43, Football C3, 43: Swimming' C3, 43.
Arlene Emma Nason
Horn Ill .'Xul1uru, Maine, :Xugust 8, 11337
JXrlcnc is one of our quiet senior 31ll'lSf2l swciu- lass who
is ilways willing to lcncl a liclping linnrl.
-Iunior Refl Cross Cz, 3, 43.
Robert Parker Nason
Born in Aulmurn, Maine, August
A quiet-spoken lad who possesses many good virtues. Hard-
vvorking with an earnest desire to succeed.
"Oracle,' Staff CM.
Born in Auburn, Maine, August 7, 1928
A small girl but oodles of fun to know-peppy Cheerleader!
Beautiful dark hair-exceptionally nice dresser.
Thespians Q3, 45 : Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 3 Chorus C45 9
G. A. A. C3, 453 Cheerleaders C3, 43, Carnival Committee
C3, 4D, Decoration Committee, Outing Club C2, 3, 42.
Doris Marie Nelson
Born in Saugus, Massachusetts, April 7, 1920
Behind Sally's quiet poise you'll find a personality really
bubbling over with fun. She's a loyal friend.
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 43.
Richard Merton Norris
Born in Yarmouth, Maine, june 27, 1928
A hard worker and a friend to everyone. Quiet, unassum-
ing, and rather liashful
Laina Martha Ojala
Ilnrn in West Minot, llflainc, Nfrvcmlvci' z4, mz8
Quiet :ts can lic in class, hut full of fun at thc right time.
X good fricnmltu:1ll.
Harold Francis Packard, jr.
Horn in Auliurn, Maine, ,luly 31, iuz7
He's right at lnunc with at loothzall in his zirin-uiliztt .1
sense of humor!
Hi-Y C3, 45 3 Outing' Club C55 3 -lunioi' Rccl Cross Cz, 3, 453
Footlmll Cz, 3, 453 llziskctlwzill Cz, 353 ,llI'ZlCli C25Q Hzisclmall
Refi Cross C3, 453 houtll:
K gt-r C45,
Gloria Mae Ouellette
Horn in Detroit, Mit-liigan, Vlzmuztry 8, mz8
X snzlppv checrlcnclci'-zilwzws tllwllllljl tlirough the Corri-
clorsftliis 'll2lI5l5j' miss greets -CVCl'j'OllC with enthusiasm.
"mls" Staff C453 Thcspians C3. 453 Senior 1,,l'Zil'l121 C451
ing' Club Cz, 353 .lunior Rell Crrrss CZ, 3, 45, RG15l'CFC11f?1-
tive Cz5 : Season Ticket Rcprescnt:itix'c Cz, 453 G. A. A, C253
Cliccrlczult-r 13, 45 3 Clnn-ns Cz, 45
Richard Hollis Packard
lhnn in Xulvnin Mnnt, Uctulfcr 119, 1qz8
Clown of nur senior class-goml st-nsc uf humor and spon-
'llhespians C353 Hi-Y C33 453 Outing Clulv C3, 453 juni '
i lllC.15'i"' "'g
l ftsclmll, .-Xssistant Mana 'ei'
Clifford Daniel Parsons
Born in Auburn, Maine, September 11, 1028
Ilan is an all around good fellow-often seen with Ma
Florence Luella Parsons
Born in Auburn, Maine. March 27, IQZQ
She's very studious, but-oh-what fun! "Flossie" has cle-
cided talentiin dramatics.
Thespians C3, 4lQ Latin Club C2, 31 5 Debating Q47 g junior
Red Cross C2, 3, 45, Representative f3l.
Eleanor Anne Perkins
Born in Greene, Maine, june 19, 1927
Dark-haired, neat, Eleanor is a very likeable young lady
"Oracle" Staff CU, Circulation, junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 43
Rita Patricia Perreault
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 17, 1928
An amiable miss, Rita is always ready to do her bit.
Studious and neat!
Mary Grace Pesilli
Born in JXul5urn, Maine, Oetolwer 4, 11529
A girl with a sweet personality and beautiful wavy hair-
loves to dance and sing.
Thespians C45 g Chorus C3, 45.
Lorraine Estelle Pike
Horn in Skowhegan, Maine, -luly 31, 14528
Lorraine has a friendly personality. Enjoys ice skating
and daneingfhopes to lmeeome a photographer.
junior Red Cross Ca, 3, 45,
Raymond Harris Philbrick
liorii in Minot, Maine, August 15, 11518
One uf the most popular fellows in our senior class. He's
a second Harry .lamesshas a grand sense of humor. "Rely"
is always there when things happen.
"Oracle" Staff C45, Assistant Business Managerg Hi-Y C3,
45 1 Outing Club C2, 3, 45 3 Rand Cz, 3, 45 5 "Varsiteers" C35 g
Carnival Committee C45. Curonationg -Iunior Red Cross Cz,
3, 45 3 Senior Drama C4 5, UI'lClCl'Stl1Llj'.
Marilyn Ann Polley
Horn in Boston, Massachusetts, july 31, 11528
Marilyn is one of our jolliest seniors-always smiling and
joking-a joy to have around.
Outing Club Cz, 353 junior Red Cross tg, 3, 453 Season
Ticket Representative C353 Carnival Committee C35.
Doriane Anne Poulin
Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 21, 1927
Such a gentle miss! Modest and careful, she makes an
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Helen Winnoniah Pratt
Horn in Auburn, Maine, March 14, 1927
A smile is second nature to Helen who possesses good
humor to its fullest extent.
junior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45
Fernand Lucien Pontbriand
Born in Auburn, Maine, August 2. 1928
When Fern is around there's always something doing. Witty
and jovial. he spreads good-will everywhere.
"Station" Staff Q2, 3, 45, Sports Editor C3, 4,1 "Oracle
Stal? C4j, Sports, Thespians C2, 3, 43, Senior Drama C4l
Cast, Outing Club 12, 4,7 g Junior Red Cross 42, 3, 45, Reprel
sentative C431 Usher at Graduation C313 Carnival Commit-
tee C4l. Senior Executive.
Born in Rumford, Maine, February 1, 1928
There's a flash of red hair, and it's Paul. Although a new-
comer at E. L. this year, he has already won a host of friends.
Richard Foss Pratt
Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 27, 1928
Dick is a likealwle person who conceals facetiousness under
a quiet manner.
Usher at Graduation Cgl.
Phyllis Arlene Pray
Born in Auburn, Maine, August 1, 1027
Eyes which sparkle with love for life-a quiet and sunny
john Rendall Preble
Born in Lewiston, Maine, january 11, 1920
John is an all-round good fellow-always a lot of excite-
ment whenever he is there-super sense of humor.
junior Red Cross Cz, 3, til, Representative ffjli Carnival
Committee f4l, Escort at Coronationg Senior Drama 141,
Ennie Mildred Pulkkinen
Born in Minot. Maine, Felwruary 10, 1928
Such lovely blond wavy hair-does a great deal of secre-
tarial work for E. L.
Carnival Committee 133, Finance.
Barbara Bertrue Randall
Born in Lynn, Massachusetts, July 18, 1928
Barbara is friendly to everyoneg her merry eyes and win-
ning smile charm even the most reluctant into parting with
then' lunch room dues.
"Oracle" Staff C45, Assistant Business Managerg -lunior
Red Cross 12, 3, 45 3 Chorus C2, 45.
Mildred Vesta Ray
Born in Auburn, Maine, March 21, 1928
A quiet girl with sparkling brown eyes and ready smile.
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 3 Chorus 125.
Janice Marilyn Record
Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 5, 1927
A combination of pretty blond hair, neat clothes, and a
cheery disposition makes "jan" a favorite with everyone.
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 5 Chorus Cz, 3, 45.
Erland Arthur Records
Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 17, IQZQ
Neat dresser-the answer to a maiden's prayer-often seen
buzzing around in his gray Plymouth.
Basketball K3, 45, Junior Varsityg 'llrack C45.
Kenneth N. Records
lioru iu Lewistam, hlaine, .-'Xpril 3, 1028
.X quiet sort of fellow--uiee lmloud llllll'-'llCl5PI1llIllllL' -liked
,luuior lied Cross C1 j,.15.
Madolyn Grace Redmun
liorn iu .-Xuhurn, Maine, Vlzmuziry 1.2, 11529
With that smile and personality how could she help heing
the popular person she is. Always ready for ll good times--
at home on the dance tluor.
Student Council Cz, 35, Secretary C353 'llliespizms Cz, 353
Outing Club Cz, 3, 45 3 -lunior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45, Represen-
tative C153 Hand Cz, 3, 45, Mujoretteg G. A, A. Cz, 3, 453
-luuior-Senior Committee ljll Carnival Committee C45, Cun-
didate fur Queen,
:f:Frank Norman Reynolds
Horn in Lewistou, Maine, April 15, 1021
Ambition is first with Norm'-he is determined to lie-come
1 man of the world!
Adell Emeline Rice
llorn in Lewiston, Maine, Deeemlier 15, 11127
A reserved lass who is faithful and true to all her friends.
"Oracle" Stati' C453 .Iuuior Red Cross Cz, 3, 45, G. A. A.
145 1 Carnivzml Committee C35, lfiuzuiee.
everywhere. Favorite sport is hunting.
Chester Ellsworth Ridley
Born in Mechanic Falls, Maine, April 14, 10:8
Chet is the quiet easy-going type of person that is welcomed
"Oracley' Staff C4l, Assistant Business Manager, junior
Red Cross C2, 3, .ijg Basketball C3, 4l, Manager: Usher at
Frank Sanborn Riley
Born in Webster, Maine, December 30, 1025
A quiet fellow whom everyone is proud to call a friend.
junior Red Cross f4D.
Gloria Ellen Riley
ing Club f2, 35 3 Chorus C41
Claire Bernice Risska
Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine, March 12, 1928
Claire is a newcomer to E. L.: already she has won many
friends with her pleasing personality and keen sense of humor
-an active member of the band.
junior Red Cross C455 Band l-UI Order of Gregg Artists
f4l : "Oracle" Lil, Typist.
Born in Bangor, Maine, August 16, 1028
Dashing' through the corridors is that neat little blonde
who enjoys horseback riding and anything that hints of a
Senior Drama C43, Castg ,lunior Red Cross 42, 3, 433 Out-
Elaine Gertrude Roberts
Born in Wales, Maine, April 7, 1929
Once you've known Elaine you've known a perfect friend.
Quiet and industrious with a disposition tl1at's hard to beat.
junior Red Cross fa, 3, 43.
Owen Charles Robertson
Born in Dzniforth, Maine, Felrruary 1, 1929
His never-failing good nature and catchy smile are incom
Hi-Y Q43 3 'Innior Red Cross 61, 3, 43.
Robert Edward Robinson
Horn in Lewiston, Maine, August o, 1oz8 '
Boll is 11 casual fellowelikes ll good time and is always on
Althea Louise Ross
Burn in Lewiston, Maine, july 8, 1927
An outstanding Slllil6l'lt7SNVt'0l7Sllj'7WN'llll il eharmin
SIllllC all her own.
"Oracle" Stall' f43,'lle:1ul1e1's' IR-rsonals.
Born in Auburn, Maine, February 12, 1929
Cheerful and smart-always aims for the best-efficient and
"Station" Staff 12, 3, 43, Business Staijf 123, Circulation
Manager 13, 433 Outing Club 1435 junior Red Cross 12, 3,
43, Carnival Committee 1433 Senior Drama 143, Make-up.
Richard Theodore Russell
Born in Long Island, New York, ,luly 11, 1028
Au enthusiastic student--will be s11re to have a successful
future-a host of friends is his already.
junior Red Cross 12, 3, 43, Representative 143: Chorus
12. 433 Athletic Council 143: Track 12, 3, 433 Captain 143.
Patricia Ann Sands
Born in Auburn, Maine, -lune 14, 1920
:X big little friend with nice wavy blond hair and a joyous
"Oracle" Staff 143, liusinessg junior Red Cross 12, 3, 43.
Marilyn Mae Seavey
Born in Auburn, Maine, .lauuary 27, IO28
The answer to. a teacher's prayer. She has many Fine vip-
tues and success is surely hers.
"Oracle" Staff 145, Circulation and Subscriptiong Latin
Club 133, junior Red Cross 12, 3, 43g Outing Club 13, 435
Band 12, 3, 435 G. A. A. 13,lQ Carnival Committee 13, 43,
Senior Drama 143, Hand Properties.
joan Louise Shackford
"J o-J 11"
liorn in Lewiston, Maine, April I, logo
.loan has a clieurful personality-a truc friend--plans to
lic a nurscn lucky patients!
"Oracle" Stati 145, Pcrsonalsg Thcspians 13,411 Latin
Clnlv fllg .lnnior Class Ring Committee 133: Senior llrama
145, Cast, Outing Cluli 12, 3, 43 3 ,lunior Red Cross 12, 3, 41g
Band 13, 3, 475 12. A. .-X. 13, 4l3 Carnival Committee 145,
Louise Carolyn Sherratt
Horn in Anlrurn, Maine, Ovtolmer 6, 11918
A pleasant smile and a sweet disposition assure Louise of
"Uracl1"' Stall' 141, l'c'rsonalsg Outing Clulv 14l.
Born in New licdforcl, Massachusetts, August 6, 1928
What a sense of lunnor-'we all wonder where she gets all
llc-r pep and good nature-capable of having or creating all
the fun in tln' world.
"Oracle" Staff 143, Circulation and Sulrscriptioni Outing
Clnli 145, Assistant S1-crctary-'l'rcasurcr3 Carnival Commit-
tee' 141, Carnival llall.
Eldon Harold Small
liorn in Minot, Maine, April ltj, 1033
Happy-go-lucky fellow who wants to ln- an airplant- pilot.
He is often seen with a Ford car.
Club C451 Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45, G. A. A. Cz, 3, 45.
A smile for everyone and oh, what a superb dancer!
Maxine Lois Sprague
Born in Presque Isle, Maine, April 8, 1020
everyone. We recommend her as a perfect friend.
"Oracle" Staff C45, Typist, Junior Red Cross C-U.
Claire Antoinette St. Hilaire
Born in Stewartstown, New Hampshire, August S, 1027
In studies she's excellent-as a friend she's tops.
"Oracle" Staff C45, Personals, Latin Club C2, 3, 45, Outing
Robert Adelard St. Hilaire, Jr.
Born in Auburn, Maine, November 26, 1027
Bob is the life of any partywan all-round athlete with a
superb personality-perfect dancer-an answer to a maidens
Class Otiice C35. Vice-President, Qtudent Council C2, 3, 45 ,
Committee, Programs, Hi-Y Cz, 3, 45, Secretary Y35, Vice-
President C4-ij Outing Club C2, 3, 45, junior Red Cross C2,
3, 45, Athletic Council C3, 45, Football C2, 3, 45, Basketball
C2, 3, 45, Baseball C2, 3, 45, junior-Senior Committee C25,
Usher, Usher at Graduation C353 Carnival Committee C35.
Escort C451 Assembly Board C35, Key Club C3, 45, Library
l'rnctors' Club C45.
Arlene Ruth Stone
Born in Auburn, Maine, August 0, 1028
'Oracle" Staff C45, Personals, Chorus C2, 35.
We'll always remember Maxine for her pleasant word for
"Oracle" Staff C45, Advertising, Senior Drama C45, Reading
Beryle Hazel Sturgis
Born in Auburn, Maine, February 15, 1928
Beryle truly is a girl who has everything, popularity,-lmeauty,
and charm. Two of her talents are dramatic ability and
Class Otlice C21, Vice-President, "Oracle" Staff C41, l'er-
sonals, Service Section, 'llhespians C3, 41. President C413
Qenior Drama C41, Cast, Outing Club C3, 413 junior Red
Cross C2, 3, 41 5 Season Ticket Representative C2, 3, 41 3 Hand
Cz, 3, 41, Drum major: Chorus Cz, 3, 41, President C3, 411
junior-Senior Committee C313 Carnival Committee, Candi-
date for Queen 12, 3, 41, Ball Committee C31, Coronation C41,
Ralph Bernard Sylvester
Born in Auburn, Maine, january Io, logo
One of our outstanding band and "Yarsiteer" members.
Likeable and a friend to everyone.
Band C2, 3, 413 "Varsiteers" C3, 41, Marshal at Gradua-
Robert Kenneth Thayer
" H011 "
Born in Auburn, Maine, September go, 1028
If you want your party to be a success just include "Bob"
as a guest-there's never be a dull moment-what a person-
Football C3, 415 Basketball C2, 3, 415 Swimming C3, 41
Track C415 Winter Sports C415 Usher at Graduation C31
Adrienne Angile Theberge
Horn in New Auburn, Maine, -I une 10, IUI8
One whose ambition and relentless study has put ber
through Edward Little in one year and a bali. Slit-'s bound
-lunior Red Cross C3, 41.
Raymond Ludger Thibault
Born in Auliurn, Maine, july I2, 1928
Such handsome dark, wavy hair!
personality plus. His penmanship-ahlfwith a flourish of
"son crayon" he delights his teachers.
Smart, ambitious, with
"Station" Staff, Assistant Sports Editor C3, 455 "Oracle"
C45, Sports Editor: Latin Clulm C253 Senior Drama C451
junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45 3 Track C35.
lnody could ask for a better friend.
Born in Sanford, Maine, April 17, 1920
A dashing blonde Cheerleader-lovely long eye lashes-ehie
"Oracle" Staff C45. Personalsg Thespians C2, 3, 455 Outing
Club C2, 3, 454 junior Red Cross C2, 3, 4352 G. A. A. C3, 45,
Senior Executive C451 Cheerleader C3, 453 Carnival Commit-
tee C3, 45, Ball Committee C35, Coronation C455 Senior
Drama C45, Assistant Business Manager.
A likealmle fellow who is never without a smilevcurly hair
He is interested Ill machine shop work.
Harvey joseph Theriault
Born in Lewiston, Maine. January zo, 1928
Evelyn Louise Thompson
Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 8, 11527
An ambitious girl who wants to become a dietitian. No-
"Oracle" C45, Personalsg Outing Club C453 ,lnnior Red
Lross Cz. 3, 455 G. A. A. C3, 45, Carnival Committee C45.
Harold Eugene Thorpe
Horn in Lewiston. Maint-, April 5, 119.38
'lllicrc are mzmv goml qualities in l'lztrwvlrl, lint wc van sum
thvm all np into ont' grancl follow.
.lnnior Rt-rl Cross iz, 3, 47.
Richard Gorden Tibbetts
Horn in l,L'WlSlUI1. llluinc, l,,CCL'ITllICl' 3, 10:0
Good linmor is zi flelinitc trait of I7ick's-lic k'L'l't2ilIlly
kliuws lwvv to keep ns all in thc lrcst ol' spirits.
junior Rt-cl Cross tg, 3, 45.
Robert Lewis Thorpe
liorn in l,L'WlSTll1l, Mziinv, .Xpril lu, Huw
Holfs intcllcct is cxccvflt-fl only lvy his fricnmllincss. Norm
rnisscs :t clwlirc to "pitch in" :intl flo liis sli:xrc'.
.lnnior Rt-cl Cross iz, 3, 45.
liorn in Lcvvistrm, Maint-, lfctoliur 36, H127
"Eddie" seems to lic at quiet fellow in school, lint is realli
Il grztncl pwsivli to know. HCR Il swell swimmer, too.
Athletic Council C4l3 Swimming 15, 433 lklicr at Gmmlllzi
Gloria Bradford Trethewey
Born in Livermore Falls, Maine, january 15, 11529
Her talent and her pleasant manner-together with her
swell personality have made her popular with her friends.
"Station" Staff 13, 45, Reporter, "Oracle" Staff 145. Per-
sonals, Thespians 13, 45: Fenior Drama
Red Cross 12, 3, 45 3 Chorus 135.
145. Cast, junior
Marilyn Parker Trethewey
Born in Livermore Falls, Maine, january 15, 10215
A very pleasant girl with great musical talent. VVith her
ambition she is sure to go places.
Thespians 13, 453 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45: Chorus 12,
Robert Donat Turcott
Born in Auburn, Maine, Septemlre
Bolfs always willing to help-a pleasing
grand sense of humor.
r 22, 1928
personality plus a
Junior Red Cross 12, 3, 45 5 Band 12, 3, 45.
Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 3, 1928
A smile for everyone-very good sport--excellent student.
."Station" Stat? 12, 3, 45, Co-Editor-in-Chief 13, 45, Thes-
pians 13, 45, Vice-President 145: Latin Club 125, Debating
13, 455 Outing Club 12, 359 junior Red Cross 12, 3, 455
G, A. A. 12' 3, 45.
Betty Frances Varnum
Born in Auburn, Maine, Nrwenilmer I6, 1027
Ore of Olll' little SCl1iOl'S7Vl'lliZZil1g' ziruuucl CYCI'j'Wlll'1iCf
her helpful zittitufle makes her za true frieucl.
Vluuiui' Real Llruss KJ. j,.1l 1 Chorus LU,
john Harrison Ward
Horn in Hebron, Maine, ,Izmuary 2. 1928
'X unc felluw tu know--quiet, flepenclzilale and very uiee
Joyce Mae Welch
" T011 i"
Burn iu Aulnurn, Maine, April IO, 1020
A vivaeious little miss, full Qi' pep :mil alwavs remix' for at
goofl time. Notice those sparkling' eyes.
junior Rell Cross 12, 3, ,U : Clwrus 12. .UQ Czu'uix-ul Cum-
Herbert Leslie White, jr.
luuru in Aulruru, lXl2lilN', l"elvi'i1z1l'y 1, 119.213
Loves to ski. A seeuucl Chopin at the piano. Keep it up,
"Grade" St:-HT C4l, Circulation and Sulmseription f4lQ Li-
brary Proctors' Cluh Cz. 3, 45, President C-UC Latin Cluli
Cz, 35 3 Chorus 13, 41 5 VYiI1fCl' Sports 12, 3, 4? : Senior Drama
Born in Auburn, Maine, March
Junior Red Cross C2, 3, 45.
Thelma Elizabeth Whiting
Thelma is a quiet sort of girl, but she has an outstanding
personality. She always has a smile for everyone.
Donald Leigh Whittle
Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 26, 1928
Don is loads of fun and a grand sport-enjoys life to the
Band C2, 31, Manager C333 ,lnnior Red Cross C2, 3, 43.
Vida Nellie Wilkinson
Born in Greeley, Colorado, july
Vida is a quiet, sweet miss-a whiz in gym!
C-3149: GA. A- 113.49-
june Dorothy Wilner
Born in Stoneham, Massachusetts, February 16, 1920
,lune's cheerfulness is one of her virtuesg her alertness, one
of her assets-neat dresser.
Student Council C455 "Station" Stal? 12, 3, 43, News Edi-
tor C3, 4lQ "Oracle" f4J, Business Managerg Library Proc-
tors' Club C2, 3, 453 Thespians C2, 3, 453 Debating C3, 43,
Outing Club C2, 3, 473 Junior Red Cross 62, 3, 45, G. A. A.
Q2, 3, 435 Carnival Committee C4D, Co-chairman of Corona
"Oracle" 147, Circulation, Debating 143 5 junior Red Cross
Robert Bickford Wing
Horn in Lewiston, Maine, Nox'cn1hc'r 13, Iozj'
Swell personality-hantlsomc-likes ri goofl tlYTlCfY2ll1l1tlliC
memlver of the ski team.
Hi-Y OU: Outing Clulm tg, 3, 4lQ Footlmll Ml: ,lunior
Recl Cross iz, 3, 43, NX'inter Sports C-, 3, 4l: l'shcr at
junior-Senior tzl g Usher at Graclnation 135.
Iunior Rt-fl Cross fx, 3, 47.
if Returned rcterztn.
Ilorn in Lewiston, Maine, ,Innc 3.2, to 7
"Itch" has tlztrk wavy hair :incl it wily with the j.,lllN Ont
of his favorite pastimes is clzincing.
"Station" Staff K2, 3, 45, Sports Rcportc-rg Latin Ch
EDWARD LITTLE HIGH SCHOOL HONOR PARTS
CLASS OF 1946
First Honor .. ...................... ....... . Xlthtt lxoss
Second Honor .
Third Honor . ..
Fourth Honor . . . . . . . . . .
. . Pauline CO1T1iJ6ilclklx
.. Claire St H11 me
. Dorothy M ly Jllly
The first ten highest ranking in the class are as follows in orcler given :
I. Althezt Ross ti.
2. Pauline Combellztclt 7.
3. Claire St. Hilaire N.
4. Dorothy Mzryliury 19.
5. hlohn hlullune Io.
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 1943, we embarked upon our high school career at Edward Little.
XfVith us, from Walton, came our new principal, Mr. Veayo.
Although we were primarily interested in furthering our studies, we soon dis-
covered that there were extra-curricular activities fitted to our individual interests.
We started the year off right by electing Don Arnold and Beryle Sturgis as presi-
dent and vice-president respectively. An able group of sophies was elected to
represent our class in the Student Council. Some of us were lucky enough to be
chosen as members of the "Station" Staff, the Library Proctors, the Latin Club,
and the Thespians.
It seemed that we had no more than started our summer vacation when it was
fall again! Back to dear old E. L. we came, this time as juniors. We chose Don
Arnold as president and Bob St. Hilaire as vice-president to preside during our
second year at E. L. The members of the junior class elected to the Student
Council were Don Arnold, Larry Currie, Carroll Freeman, Madolyn Redmun,
and Bob St. Hilaire. Some members of the junior class led the Latin Club in a
most active year. Patty Cleveland and Bob St. Hilaire were voted to help plan
Our cheerleaders, Pat Cleveland, Janice Fletcher, Althea Naum. Gloria Ouel-
lette, and Jeanne Thompson, began their line work in boosting E. L. school spirit.
The Winter Carnival was very successful, as was our champion winter sports
team. No small part of the record of this team was due to Bill Cummings. VVe
were proud to have our own Beryle Sturgis and Patty Cleveland as queen candi-
Pauline Combellack and Ruth Turgeon were chosen co-editors-in-chief of the
"Station", It is largely through their guidance that the "Station" has kept its
As Fate would have it, V-E Day occurred while we were in school, but although
the news was received with joy, "we stuck to our guns".
'Tis said that Patience is a virtue! After waiting and wondering until almost
the end of the school year, we Finally received our class ring. It is a black, square,
onyx ring bearing the E. L. statue raised in gold. On May 18, the juniors gave
the seniors a prom which will never be forgotten.
Soon after this our year of years rolled around. At last we were full-fledged
seniors. From now on we were to be looked up to by the whole school. Don Arnold
and Charlie Everett were duly elected class officers. Under the able leadership of
Don Arnold, the Student Council has had its most active year since we were
sophies under the same able leadership. Herbert VV hite was elected president of
the Library Proctors' Club, an organization composed mostly of seniors. The Key
Club, the purpose of which is to be of service to the school, has many seniors who
are charter members.
Beryle Sturgis was E. L.'s choice to reign as queen of the carnival. This was a
very successful affair. Don Briggs was the very capable general chairman. The
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JUNIOR CLASS LIST
Dube, H, Frances
lfveleth, Alice Barbar
liogelsohn, Renee Ida
Gardner, George R.
VI 4 ihnson, Paul
vlones, -lohn Paul
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Pratt, Esther -loan
St. Hilaire, Cecile
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
As we look back over our two years at Edward Little, the members of the
class of 1947 must certainly agree that they have been both pleasant and profitable
ones. From September, 1944, when we first entered Edward Little as "sophies",
until this year, when we have the distinction of being called upperclassmen, our
days have been filled with classes, homework, and sports 5 lots of work, but lots
just one month after our first day at E. L., we chose seven girls as our junior
Red Cross representatives, and sixteen Latin students were elected to the Sodalitas
Latina, while soon after, eight Student Council representatives were elected, and
three Library Proctors were chosen.
We selected David Higgins as our class president, and Elaine Baraby as vice-
president 5 we also chose them to represent us on the Assembly Board.
Thirteen sophomores were elected to the "Station" staff, and six of our john
Barrymores and Greta Garbos joined the T hespians. There were a large number
of sophomores in the band, but Alfred Philbrick was the only one to hold an
office, that of treasurer.
This year john Hanlon was chosen for class president, and David Higgins
Toward the end of 1945, a Ring Committee made up of Helen Bradbury, Sue
Rees, and Richard Williams selected samples for our class rings. One having a
red stone with a raised, gold statue of Edward Little on it and placed in a gold
setting was chosen. L
The junior Red Cross representatives chose these juniors as officers: Sue Rees
as president, Cleo Nichols as vice-president. and Helen Bradbury as secretary.
At the middle of the year the "Station" Staff changed, with the juniors taking
over the reins and Maynard Miller becoming editor-in-chief. jackie Dillingham
as associate editor, Betty Zuckerman as feature editor, Elaine Baraby as news
editor, Constantine Lafkiotes as business manager, and Janine Roy as advertising
manager are also serving on the new staff.
The ofihcers of the Latin Club are always juniors, and this year Elaine Baraby
was elected pontifex maximus, jackie Dillingham. consul, and Sue Rees, censor.
Other members from our class were Carlene Fuller, Nancy Gibbs, Priscilla
Howard, Louise Keene, Geraldine Keenan, Cleo N ichols. Stratton Nichols, a11d
Our junior cheerleaders who helped urge our football teams on to victory were
Eda Aberle, Dolores Ouellette. Sue Rees, and .Ianine Roy. janine was selected
as the head cheerleader for next year.
A number of junior boys distinguished themselves and earned many honors for
Edward Little in football, basketball, and skiing. Among the most outstanding of
these were Tommy Auger, Stanley Bubier, Paul Charron, Carlisle Coutts, Richard
Hatch, john Hanlon, David Higgins, and Donald McIntosh. Y
Yes, indeed, as we look back over our two years at Edward Little, we must
agree that they have been ones to remember with pleasure. but we see ahead in our
senior year even more fun and good times as well as hard work.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS LIST
Evans, Ella May
Field, Rita May
Haskell, Lois Ann
St. Hilaire, Anita
St. Hilaire, Pauline Alice
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
Last September 5, 1946, Edward Little opened its doors to two hundred and
sixty bewildered sophomores. To some of them it was an exciting experience,
but to the rest it was just the end of a glorious vacation. All found Edward
Little a busier, more active place than the schools from which they had come.
There were many offices to be filled, so elections soon were underway. The
Assembly Board was the first organization to which Sophomores were elected.
Those chosen were Frances Andrews and Robert Chandler.
Then after appointing Season Ticket Representatives, we held our first dance
which was a great success. From then on the sophomores knew that they, too,
were part of a great school.
Of course the sophies had to be a part of the Student Council, so Norman
Brackett, Louis Collet, Dawn Foster, Lydia Hunnewell, Pearl McKinney, John
Oleis, and Menelaos Rizoulis were chosen to represent their class.
Then the Red Cross home room representatives were elected.
In that super-popular Swing Band, Vernal Packard is helping to make the
music to which so many teen-agers dance.
Every well-organized class needs a president and vice-president, thus the stu-
dents elected Norman Brackett and Robert Chandler respectively.
Ten new sophomore boys were voted into the Key Club. They were Norman
Brackett, Robert Chandler, john Cummings, William Freeman, Charles Gove,
Robert Matthews, Harold Mills, Vernal Packard, Menelaos Rizoulis, and Owen
Fifteen sophomores were chosen to be members of the Latin Club. They were
Gerry Arnold, Norman Brackett, Joan Carberry, VValter Davis, Jeanne Doe,
Carolyn Gatchell, Joan Huston, Cynthia May, john Oleis, Stanley Pearl, Robert
Pratt, Hester Robinson, Menelaos Rizoulis, James Sawyer and Jean Stevens.
Then the Library Proctors' Club elected several sophomores: Barbara Jordan,
Michelena Yurchuk, Frances Andrews, and Allen Rubin.
The basketball team has many promising jay Veesg among them is the sopho-
mores' pride and joy, Norman Brackett.
Stuart Cooper is the outstanding member of the swimming team from our class.
On the new "Station" Staff we find many active sophomores, including Joan
Carberry, VVesley Small, Hester Robinson, Joan Huston, jean Philippon, Rita
Bernard, and Ann Preble as reporters. Menelaos Rizoulis is assistant Boys' Sports
Editor while Jean Stevens, Gerry Arnold, Jeanne Doe, Dawn Foster, and Carolyn
Gatchell are in the advertising department.
So the sophomores aren't bewildered any more, in fact, they can nearly keep
up with the glamorous upper classmen which they will be next year anyway.
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Campbell, Betty Marie
Page One Hundred
Van Ham, Shirley
THE FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY '
Boasting one hundred and ninety pupils, the class of 1949 will enter Edward
Little next September to begin its high school career.
Though the football team had a hard time, the basketball team made a marvelous
record by winning four out of Five games, and by winning the Freshman League
A Valentine Dance held at the school on February 9, was very successful.
About one hundred and fifty pupils attended.
At Thanksgiving time, each room filled a basket with enough food for a whole
Thanksgiving dinner. These baskets were distributed to needy families.
Our Ski Team this year consisted of fifteen boys. Two meets were held with
Buckfield, both of which we won.
Webster's band was made up of fifty-five pupils. Of these, twenty-five will
enter Edward Little's band next fall.
A class party was held in May. This was the outstanding social event of the
year. The committees were Program and Entertainment: Orin Lowe, Roberta
Rolerson, and Irma Sparks, Decorations: Lena Asselyn, Nancy Moulton, Diana
Donovan, and Ray Thompson, Refreshments: Ruth Brindley, -Ioan Weston, and
The spring term passed all too quickly, and June found the members of the
class of 1949 sorry to bid farewell to VVebster, but at the same time anticipating
their sophomore year at Edward Little.
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St. Hilaire, Roger
St. Pierre, John
Page One' Hundred Three
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY OF THE
Although senior high school is an exciting adventure in itself, I know each
student has a place in his heart filled with happy memories of his freshman year
at Walton. Among these memories, the many school activities in which he took
part hold a prominent place.
At Thanksgiving many homes were made happy with baskets filled by the
A successful Christmas dance was sponsored by the Hi-Y at which the stu-
dents attending exchanged comic gifts.
The football eleven had an outstanding year with four wins, two ties, and no
losses. The star players of the team were Kenneth Sleeper, Armand O'Clair, and
Gerard Reny. The coach, Raymond Storey, was presented with a cup. The girls
also participated in sports this year. A volley-ball tournament was played under
the direction of Coach Storey.
The social climax of the year was the annual class party held in May. It was
semi-formal and attended by members of the eighth and ninth grades.
The Library Proctors, under the direction of Miss Libby Goldman, worked
hard in keeping the students supplied with books. They were Howard Ainsworth,
Patricia Carberry, Barbara Farrell, Jacqueline Fontaine, Clifford Libby, Jeanine
Perron, Lloyd Perry, Rose Rubin, and Robert XVheeler.
The amount raised by the magazine campaign, 31603, topped the results of all
other years. The boys' leader was Howard Ainsworth, and the leader of the girls
was Jacqueline Fontaine. Miss Eastman's room, 203, came in first with 3503.
The outstanding students in scholarship were Jean Bourisk, Arlene Bryant,
Jeannette Dennis, Jacqueline Fontaine, Doris Gousse, Clifford Libby, Uno Mac-
Donald, Estelle Meltzer, Diane Lindsay, Priscilla Perreault, Rose Rubin, and
The band and chorus had a successful year under the direction of Mr. Gay.
Six members of the band expect to be in the Edward Little band next year.
The members of the freshman class, after completing an exceptionally busy
and eventful year, are ready and eager to enter upon their high school careers.
Page Our' Hundred Four
First Row: R. St. Hilaire, tl. Moulton, ll. Arnold, -I. llanlon, ll. Leadhetter, C. lireeman
Second Row: l'. Mclienuey, N. Connor, I", Duhe, C. Everett, VI. Xtilner, L. llunnewell
Third Row: R. Morrill, ll. Xtilliams, -I. Uleis, L. Collet, N. llraekett, Nl. Rizonlis
R. Anderson, j. l". blones.
The aim of the Student Council is to serve the students in the same manner
that a city council serves the city.
At the first meeting of the 14145-40 student council the following ollicers were
Pl't7.SI'tiVlIf lion .XRNULD
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Sffcrctary lilCNAI,lJlNl'f lX'lUlll,'l'UN
One of the most important items llftlllgflll up during the year was the "Hand-
hook" project. 'llhis handhook is a pocket size pamphlet containing certain things
that will help students hecome hetter acquainted with the teachers, activities, Cheers,
school song, programs, code of ethics, and other school projects. lt is planned to
to have it ready hy the fall of 19411.
A Hoho Dance was sponsored hy the council on March gg. lt was well ate
tended and everyone had a grand time.
The student Council was approached with the prohlem of a Xtashington trip.
line to the conditions and the confusion of the times it was thought hest to drop
'llhe student council put across a very successful project this year. This was the
selling of stationery. On this stationery was the name of the school, city, state and
year of each class. llp in the left hand corner was the statue ot' lfdward l,ittle.
'llhe statue was also on the hack of the envelope.
'llhis year's council has tried to keep up the good record of the past, and we
hope that future Student Councils will bring' ahout further achievements.
Pour' fplll' I1'1o1clr'r'd S'i.r
lfirst Row: M. Seavey, F. Cummings, D. Dean, ,-X. Dahlbeek, li, Hansen, P. Combellaek
I. XYilner. B. Sturgis, M. lXlaeLean.
V Secrvncl Row: ll, Xlaylvury, ll. llutler, tl. ,lll'l'IlK'XXl'j', li. Abbott, G, Ouellette, ll. Rantlall
R. Holt, E. Miller.
Thirrl Rim: C. St. Hilaire, -li. Mullane, -I. Rubin, lf. llhilbrick, S. jackson, ul. Coyne
P. Lowe. C. Lohfelcl, P. Cleveland.
Fourth Row: KI. Tlionipsun, ll. Briggs, R. llarr, ll. Kraekenberger, R. 'l'hibanlt
t.. Moulton, lt l,0I1llbl'l2lIlll, ll. Qluugh.
.Xs une of the tlltmsl lung'-awaitecl ancl purecl-over publications of any sehnnl is its
yearlmok, this "Oracle" is now presentetl tu you in the fnntl expeetatiun that i
will be the most eherishecl record of your ltigli-seliuol career,
Swine restrictions have been lifteml recently so that we are able tn have paper
uf a better quality. pen antl inlq slvetehes, anrl a clitferent pietnre arrangentent
t Jur theme neefls no explanation.
XVhile we were shaping our elaborate tlreams, we were totally unaware nf the
fact that many of them were soon to be shatterefl. lfnr a heetie week in lvlareh
we wonclerecl whether our "Oracle" wnulcl be a reality at all. fur at that time we
learnecl that Our faithful printers, Merrill :mtl XYebber, hatl solrl their business
anml that no lunger euultl we rlepentl upon the helpful suggestbns nf lllr. llnrlcett
who has been um' amlviser fur sn many years! XX e were eonipellezl to search for a
new printer. Nut many establishments were willing to guarantee publication by
the first of tl une. anrl we lsnnw haw heart-brulqen ynu woultl be unless you enulcl till
these pages with autographs by tlie night of grzuluatinnl Su the "C Jraeleu lfuarfl
marle a trip tu .Xugusta tn insure perfect unclerstancling' with nur new publisher
Xte lqnnw yuu'll agree that the tlzty pruvecl aufzpieiuus :ll that tlfe "ls1ennebee ,Intu-
nal" has macle every elfurt to insure the sueeess uf nur Inzuli. .Xppreeiatinn nt
their euiiperatiun is hereby aeltnnwlerlgerl.
.Xlmust every member nf the senior elass euntributetl in swine wav tn thc
"tlraele". We extencl hearty thanlts tn eaeh une. l,ast, but never least, many
thanks tn Mrs. liennemly antl Mr. XYesterberg for their inexhaustible support ancl
helpful amlviee, anrl tn Miss Carrlner for her elieerful service in prnnfrearling.
fill-Ill' Um' ll11l141'r.'u' Si'-:'t'11
First Row: R. Hunter, G, Tretliewey, IJ. Mayliury, D. Rraekenherger, R. Turgeon,
P. Combellaek, J. NVilner, E. Hansen, F, l'onthriaud.
Second Row: R. llaskell. P. Crites, M. Cook, S, Baker, R. fallen, R. Thihanlt, M. Miller,
Ll. Rubin, J. Jones, G. Moulton, Mrs. .iXmhacli.
Third Row: S. Rees, I. Bnliier, C. Laflciotes, ul. llilliugham, R. lluliois, ll. Roy, lf. Baralny,
The 1945-46 "Station" static, with the assistance of Mrs. Ethel Ambaeh, has
again produced a very popular and interesting paper. Many tine editorials have
been published from time to time. and several new articles and departments have
The 'iStation" again placed third in the annual contest of the Columbia Scholas-
tic Press Association. In consideration of the nuinlmers of papers entered-
twenty-one thousand-the school can well he proud of such an achievement.
The "Station" staff was headed hy Pauline Comhellaelc and Ruth Turgeon with
Dorothy Kraelcenherger, ,lune XYilner, and liern Ponthriand holding important
The present staidf is as follows :
Editor-itz,-rlzivf NIAYNARIJ iX'lIl,LlCR
.-lssoiriate Editor 'l,xe14iE l7lLI.INGIIAM
Feature Editor BETTY ZUCIQERNMN
News Editor ELAINE BARA1:Y
Boys' Sports Editor RoBEn'r TXTAXVVICLL
Girls' Sports Editor SUE REES
.Lift Editor PAUL CIIARRON
Alumni Editor SALLY DYER
Bfzrsiizcsx tlfoizogcr CtlNS'1'AN'I'l N Ii .l',AFKIOTICS
Adzie1'tisi1ig jlffllltltltfl' -l'ANINE Rox'
G. I. Editor JUNE SEARS
Page Om' llundrm' Eight
First Row: D. Kraekenlwerger,
Second Row: G. Tretliewey. ,l. Shaekford, l'. Cleveland, li. Sturgis, tl, Riley, ti. Ouellette,
'l'l1ird Row: F, Pontliriand. S. Baker, R. Tliilmault, B, Huntley.
Early in lfehruary a reading committee consisting of llorothy Kraekenlmerger,
,Xrlene Dahllpeek, Elinor Hansen, Raymond Tliibault, Robert St. Hilaire, and
Richard Barr, chose the senior play. As a result of tryouts for this animal pro-
duction, twelve members of the class of nineteen forty-six were selected for roles
in "Every Family Has Oneu, a eomedy lay George Ratson. ln charge of tryouts
were Miss jordan, Miss Huskins, Mrs. Kennrly, and Miss Andrus. The Char-
acters were ehosen not only for their personal titness, lmut also for their dramatic
ahility. The east, directed by Miss jordan, was as follows: Marcia Reardon.
Patricia Clexelandg I,ily Reardon, lieryle Sturgis: Mrs. Reardon, Dorothy
Kraekenbergerg Nana, Gloria 'llretheweyl Penelope Reardon, Gloria Ouellette:
Hrs. Parker, Gloria Riley: Essie. loan Sliaekfordg Reginald Reardon, Orvis
Ronneyg XX'arry Reardon, Raymond 'l'hilmaultg Mr. Parker, llasil Huntley: Todd,
Sherman llakerg Sherwin Parker, 'lfern I'ontln'iand, while Raymond I'hilln'iek,
Eleanore lioydak. and Patricia Crites acted as understudies.
'llhose working on production were stage, Richard gkdains, Richard llarr, Ruth
Haskell. and Gerry Moultong hand properties, Shirley -lackson and Marilyn Sea-
veyg sound and lights. David .Xllen and jerry Howardg make up. .loan Hauer
and 'lennie Ruhing printing, ,lohn Prehleg programs, Claire St. Hilaire: stage
carpenter, Don liyfe with Richard Merrill. Reginald Harper, Robert Hunter, and
Roger Sturtevant assistingg lmusiness manager, lirank Mahan with Don Arnold,
jimmy Coyne, and Jeanne Thompson assisting.
The rehearsals got under way the week following the tryouts and continued
daily for six long weeks. The tinal product was presented in the auditorium at
School and ran for two nights, April the eleventh and the twelfth, lt proved to he
a great success due to the diligent work of the east, production staiif, and the
faculty members concerned.
Page One Hundred Nine
First Row: C. St. Hilaire, ul. Mnllane, E. Barahy, I. Dillingham, S. Rees, S. Pearl,
Second Row: nl. Sawyer, N. Gibbs, C. Gatchell, H. Robinson, L. Keene, A. St. Hilaire,
li. VVinslow. J. Nason, P. Howard, G. Arnold.
Third Row: I. Carberry. ,l. Houston, Al. lloe, S. jackson. M. Rizonlis, I. French,
B. Jordan, C. Fuller, XX". Davis.
At the tirst meeting this year, the following othcers were chosen from the
junior class: Pontifex Maximus tI'resirlentl, Elaine Barabyg Consul fVice-
Presidentj. Jacqueline Dillingliamg and Censor CSecretary-TreasurerQ, Sue Rees.
Initiation of the nineteen new sophomore members took place in the auditorium
on November 28, where they were given group initiations to perform before
being admitted into the club.
The traditional Christmas party was held on December 13. Refreshments were
served and joke-gifts exchanged. The Roman Saturnalia tChristmasj was ex-
plained, a poem of Christianity during the reign of Augustus, and the Bible ac-
count of the birth of Christ were read.
At the Valentine Party, pairs of hearts which had been cut in two and given
to two persons on entering, were matched and the Latin rhymes on them trans-
lated. A "Volley Ballroom" game was played after which refreshments were
served and valentines given out.
During the other meetings, games in Latin were greatly enjoyed. Plans for
the yearbook, which has not been published since the Ere. were discussed, and the
matter of Latin Club pins was taken up.
The purpose of the Latin Club is to acquaint the Latin students, not with
Caesar's campaigns nor with Cicero's court procedures, but with the informal every
day life of the Romans.
C. St. H.
Page One Hundred Tm
Seated: Miss Andrus. T. Donaldson, C. Lohfeld, R. Tnrgeon.
Standing: ,l. Mullane, rl. NNilner, R. Adams, A. Littlehale, li. Carroll, F. l'arsons,
.-Xlthough Edward Little did not have a championship debating team this past
year, their record deserves recognition. ln their first full year of competition the
members gained eight victories over live defeats.
Charles Lohfeld served as president of the club, with Constantine Lafkiotes as
vice-president, and Thomas Donaldson as secretary.
Intra-mural debates were held each Wednesday throughout the school yearg
these proved to be as exciting as the inter-scholastic debatesg or can't you picture
Charles Lohfeld and bl. J. Mullane really airing their intellects?
At a round-table discussion at Bowdoin College in December, E. L. was repre-
sented by Mr. Lohfeld and Mr. Mullane, Debates followed with Newport, South
Portland, Lewiston, Mexico, Bates. Leavitt Institute and Hallowell, in that order.
The debate club. on February 15, presented an assembly at E. L. The 1045-46
question, "That compulsory military training be adoptedu, was presented by C.
Lohfeld, Ruth Turgeon, R. Carroll, T. Donaldson. and bl. Mullane to a very in-
terested and receptive audience.
On March 20, E. L. entered the Bates Debate League Tournament with de-
bates against Cheverus and Portland High Schools. Afhrmatives: il. I. Mullane
and Robert Carroll, and negatives: Ruth Turgeon and President Lohfeld repre-
sented E. L. As the members of this club don the maroon robes and turn the
white tassels, they leave best wishes to the clubs of succeeding years.
XYe extend sincere thanks to Miss Andrus for her patience and guidance, and
we are grateful for having had the honor of representing Edward Little.
Page One Hundred Eleven
liirst Roxy: ,l. lloward, M. Cirardin, 11. Xthite. Xl. lXli1ler.Al, Hauer. R. St. Hilaire.
Second Now: lf. Miller. Vl. Xlilner, S. lackson, 1.. ."Xdditon, lf. Hansen, .X. Rubin,
'1'hird Row 1 G. jenkins, A. Gardner. ti. llroxyn, C. 1'aradis. li. fXm11'cu's.
THE LIBRARY PROCTORS' CLUB
'lihe bell rings and the proctors who are on duty this period shuttle in. The
daily battle to determine who must sit at the desk about to begin. Suddenly,
in rushes a student shouting with excitement. "C Ph. canlt I sit at the desk, please ?"
Alas. a poor sophomore 1
Sitting at the desk means collecting money on overdue books. helping students
tind material, finding' the newspaper for a teacher. or showing authority by issuing
a quieting command to those .Vflftllylllg and other such joysll However, under
the pressing need for a study period even such privileges can become a bother.
Mrs. llowcn. our faculty adviser. often pays us an unexpected yisit to see
whether things are ruiming smoothly. She hands a dust rag to one of ns. tells
another to straighten up the "Life" magazines, assigns the college bulletin stack
and the stamping of new magazines to a third.
XVhen our jobs are tinished, we View with awe the effects ot' our labor. Noth-
ing, we decide, is such an asset to :I school as a well kept library with eflicient,
self-reliant student proctors to run it.
lirom time to time throughout thc year. Herbert White, our president. calls a
meeting. Here the proctors air their opinions as to just how and when certain
jobs should be done with the greatest etiticiency.
The members of the club are Herbert VVhite. presidentg Maynard Miller, vicef
presidentg Muriel Girardin, secretary-treasurer5 and Robert St. Hilaire, Shirley
blackson, Elinor Hansen, Elaine Miller, Lawrence Additon, 'lerry Howard, June
XVilner, loan Hauer, Gloria blenlcins, Geraldine Brown. Alice Gardner, Carmen
Paradis, llarbara hlordan, Michelcna Yurchuclc, Allan Rubin and lfrances
l't1gc One Ilnndrrd T1c'el'z'c
.X S S EM I3 LY HOA R13
First Row: Miss Moulton, ll. ,Xrnold, Miss Gardner. l'. Clcxelancl, hl. Coyne, Miss Hersey.
Second Row: R, Chandler, Miss XX'ellman. Miss .'Xllfll'llS, Mr. Carroll, F, Antlrews.
THE ASSEMBLY BOARD
"ls there an assemhly this l"riflay?" "XYliat is it going to be ?" 'llo answer
such questions, see the members of the .Xssemlmly Board, for it is this group which
is responsihle for planning the assemlmly schedule.
'llhe .Xssemlily lloard is composed ot' seven students and seven faculty memhers.
This year the students elected to the lloard were Seniorsf-Patricia Cleveland and
Don .Xrnoltlg .luniors-fElaine liaraby and Uavirl l-ligginsg StPlJl1t'l1llO1'CS--l:1'ZllICCS
.Xndrews and Robert Chandler. Early in the year. senior movie operator. Jimmy
Coyne. was asked to join the group.
Xlorking with the student members were Miss Gardner. chairman, Miss Moulf
ton, Miss Xlellman. Miss Andrus. Miss Hersey, Mr. lil'21Clf0l'Cl, and Mr. Carroll.
The aim of this group is to present a varied program of interesting assemblies.
.Xmong the duties of the meinlmers are arranging and scheduling programs. 'llhis
means looking ahead far enough to include programs to lnoost major school activi-
ties such as the Carnival and the rallies, the Band Concert and the Senior Play.
There are smaller details which also call for careful planning. Timing is an
essential factor in every assembly. .X chairman must he chosen. Often a student
will preside. Klusic to begin and close the assemhly must he arranged. tThanl4s.
lland lllemliers and Mr. Gay. for your many servieesll Details of lighting.
ventilation. and stage Ill'l'2lllQ'C1llCIll are all important.
ln the programs presented this year a numlier of school organizations have
heen represented. .Xmong them are the Hand and the Chorus, the 'llhespians, the
Debating Cluln. the Cheerleaders. the lli-Y. and the Key Cluh.
From the community have come several programs: among them the arlclress of
our superintendent. Mr. l'roctorg special talent. with pianist Claude Noelg the
Xmerican l,egion's Memorial Day Exercises: and through the generosity of the
NYomen's Literary Union. the special presentation of the concert harpist, Miss
.Xrtiss De Yolt.
l'ay1r Une Iluizdrfd Tlzirlrcu
I. Fletcher, B. Sturgis, R. 'lliirgeorr Miss Andrus
President BERYLE Srukois
Vice-President RUTH TURGEON
Sccrefary-Tmiszm-r hlixnicit Ifrifzrcnrtu
The Thespians were rather late in organizing this year. 'l'he iirst meeting was
a short business meeting of the students interested, and the try-outs were held
on the following Monday evening in the auditorium.
At that meeting many new and old members were present. Two try-outs were
held for those who were not able to attend the tirst,
A one-act play was put on for assembly in December, "'llhey Put on a Play", a
comedy by Neal Hosey. Those in the cast were as follows: Selma Koss, Mar-
jorie Mahan, Eleanore Boydak, Shirley Knight, 'Virginia Briggs, Robert Hunter,
Sherman Baker, Frank Mahan, Charles Lohfeld, Robert NVitham, Sally Dyer,
and Fern Pontbriand.
Soon after, a group of readers chose another one-act play, "Quiet Home Wed-
ding". The cast for this was as follows: Robert Hunter, Thomas Bradbury,
Selma Koss, Natalie Connor, Marilyn Trethewey, Barbara jordan, Melba Cook,
Vanda Phillips, Patricia Bailey, Phyllis Maxwell, Hendrick Cole, Richard Tib-
betts, Frances Andrews, Roland Dubois, and Marguerite Simpson.
Although there have been few regular meetings of the entire group since the
first two, activity has been evident in the bustle of rehearsals and special com-
mittees. The Thespians, having grown in membership and prestige, now look
forward to a year of "bigger and better" productions.
E. G. B.
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IR. RED CROSS
First Row: ll. 'llhihault, ll. Higgins, S. Rees, H. lil'1lClllllI'j'. IJ. lirackcnbcrgcr,
Second Row: -I. Harlow, I". l'onthriand, C. flatchcll, R. Illaisdcll, bl. Carlwcrry, P. Keenan.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Membership in the junior Red Cross this year was considered inore seriously
because of the present conditions. Hence, alinost all the pupils of E. L. H. S.
enrolled. Although the war is now over, there is still work for the Red Cross
both at home and abroad.
Under the excellent leadership of Miss Elsie Gervais we had a very good year.
A representative was chosen from each homeroom. The following oilicers were
elected: Sue Rees, Presidentg Cleo Nichols, Vice-Presidentg Helen Rradbury,
Secretaryg Orvis Bonney. Treasurer.
During the year the junior Red Cross of Edward Little was very busy. ,Xt
Christmas we sent a check to the Auburn Vtfelfare Department to provide extra
comforts for the needy. NVQ also made a spray of evergreen for the Veterans
at Togus. At the different holiday seasons we made appropriate favors which
we sent to hospital ships and Togus veterans.
The Red Cross was first organized at Geneva. Switzerland, where an interna-
tional conference of fourteen nations was held. A Red Cross on a white ground
was adopted as the emblem of "neutrality and humanityu.
Miss Clara Barton brought the Red Cross to America in 1881 and was elected
the first President.
VVith the demonstration at hand of what the Red Cross is doing in the present
war and peace, we are conscious of the worth of such an organization and we
are glad to be admitted to membership.
Faye Ona Hundred Fiflrczi
ORDER GF GREGG QXRTISTS
liirst Row: D. Poulin, lll. Carpentier, lll. MacLean, tl. l'esilli. Y. Lnssier, I., Ujala.
Second Row: M. Leonard, Pl. lleane, R. llerrault. lf. Miller, lf. Maxwell, I.. Gagne,
li. Moore. ll. Cleveland.
'llhird Row: ll. Nelson, L. Lacliapelle, ll. Linton, :X, Hudson, li, Gilltert, C. Risska,
Fourth Row: L. Briggs. Al. Campbell, ll. llonaltue, R. Lnssier. ll. llnlresne, Nl. lfrank.
ORDER OF GREGG ARTISTS
'llhe Order of Gregg Artists is a cluh which was organized lay .lohn Rohert
Gregg. Editor-in-chief of the "Gregg lllagazineu and l'resident of the Gregg
Writer Publishing Company. 'lllte "Gregg XX'riter" is a magazine printed each
month. for typists, stenographers. and secretaries. 'llhe magazine contains many
helpful hints and tips on conduct within an ollice and on ditiierent kinds of office
experience. llesides giving accounts of otlice practice. it also contains many
stories and current events of interest.
"The Gregg lYriter" offers tests of various types that students must pass in
order to helong to 'lllie Order of Gregg .Xrtists. 'llhese are the .lunior and Senior
U. G. A. Nletnhership oosNo-loo and lgo word speed test and the Complete
'l'heorv. 'llhe average nutuher of words per minute for junior students is oo
words, and So words are the average nutnher for senior students. 'llhese tests
are all shorthand tests. Other tests otlered are for typists. None of these typing
tests has heen sulnnitted this year.
The papers entered in the U. G. iN. nietnbership contest are examined critically
hy special judges. Smooth, light, and fluently written outlines are the charac-
teristics niost desired. 'llo receive a eertiticate a person niust pass in a paper
which has all of these qualities plus neatness.
No tests of any kind have heen given to the juniors this year.
'llhe seniors receiving certificates for the two words a minute test are ll. llriggs.
l,. llriggs. bl. Caniplmell. M. Carpentier, ll. Dean, lll. lfranlv. l,, Gagne. .X. Hudson,
.l.. l,aChapelle, N. l,eonard, ll. l,inton. li. Maxwell. ll. lltloore. G. Piselli, and
'llhere were eleven senior girls who passed the So word test in the contest. They
were bl. .Xndersou, E. Beane. ll. llufresne. vl. Grovo. li. Lussicr. Y. l,ussier,
M. lX"lacl.ean, E. Miller, D. Nelson, D. 'ln'oulin. and C. Risslca.
'llliese certificates are a well deserved reward for the time and practice that are
needed luefore one acquires the art of writing speedy and accurate outlines.
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First Row: R. Charpentier, H. Packard, D. Arnold, ll. Cummings, R. St. l'lilaire, E. Berg,
Second Row: D. Gagnon, D. llriggs, C. Freeman, O. Robertson, -l. May, ll. llnntlcy,
'Iihird Row: ll. Lucas, XV. llaydcn, ll. ljnlsiler, Mr. llradford, R. Hatch, R. llergeron,
Fourth Row: ,l. Hanlon, R. Vhillvrick, G. Martin. L. Currie, l'. Attwood, C. Everett,
XN'ith llill Cummings, Roh St. Hilaire, Erwin Berg, and Don Arnold holding
-l. ll. jones.
the otiices of president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively, the
Edward Little Hi-Y resumed activities in September.
Chief among the interesting meetings held, was an inter-city Hi-Y gathering
'with an F. B. I. agent as guest speaker, who not only explained some of the
qualitications required to enter the F. H. I.. but also related some of his personal
experiences in connection with war counter-espionage accomplished by the bureau.
Also among interesting meetings held were those in which the traditional Hi-Y
initiation took place. Although the majority enjoyed these, there was a minority
composed mainly of initiates who thought they could get along just as well without
the "tortures'i. lt is in these activities that some of the older members enter with
vigorous and energetic enthusiasm, much to the dismay of the initiates. Some
of the refreshments served to the newcomers are often very ungraciously rejected.
However, after each is through with these procedures, he feels very happy and
proud, and everyone is happy with him.
Two assembly rallies were staged hy the Hi-Y, that, judging from the response
of the audience, proved quite successful.
To Mr. XVilliam Bradford of the faculty we wish to express our gratitude, for,
it is to his advice, that much of the success of our activities is due.
The seniors of the cluh wish the other members and those yet to come, the very
lnest of luck in all undertakings.
R. C. li.
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I. NYoodworking Shop
Left to right: G. Foss, L. Titus, G. Sanborn, U. Tliayer, R. Harper, nl. XVard, R. Lalihertc,
and E. Small.
Our school shops are located in a building on Washington Street, a short dis-
tance from the high school. If you could drop in any forenoon, I think you would
be surprised to see so many E. L. boys working here.
Wliat are they doing? VVhat are they making? NVhat a busy place this is!
I wonder how many are here. How many shops are there anyway? VVell, let's
stop a moment and make the count. Then l'll tell you what's "cooking,'.
During the morning sessions about two hundred E. L. boys are enrolled for
instruction. Half of this number spend the first two hours there. Then these
fellows return to E. L. and another division reports for the following two hours.
Nlfoodworking, printing, electricity, mechanical drawing, auto-mechanics, and
machine shop practice are the courses offered. Messrs. Parsons, Lowe, Hodson,
Bryant, Dean, and Burns are in charge. Mr. 'llaylor tjust out of the Navyj is
back again and teaches woodworking.
VVhat the boys are making is important, but what they learn is more so, because
each one can apply this training sometime in the future.
You should listen to a few of Mr. Burns' boys in machine shop discuss .305
plus .005 of an inch Qiive thousandsl clearance on a fussy lathe job. l wonder
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which girl-friend will get the swell coHee table made by a certain senior. Well,
girls, you will have to find out who he is. l won't tell. Wlonder if Bob Dumas'
disk sander will run when it is Finished. Bob's our ace machine designer. Don
Fyfe is the senior play stage carpenter. Remember the nifty flight of stairs used
in the play? VVell, Don Hdood it". Nice job and practical, too, One thousand
-two thousand-three thousand-hot off the press. Smart boys these printers,
Keirstead, Colilin. and old reliable Maurice Begin. Pepsi Packard and Bob -Wing
are the self-appointed experts on Cape Cod cottage drawings. Girls, these boys
have complete sets of house plans all blueprinted and ready for "the dayn. Dick
Duperey acquired an old Ford V-8 engine and removed his broken one-replaced
many of the parts-then put everything together again to the last bolt. He now
has a motor running better than new. He is our prize motor mechanic.
I wonder who gets those nice electric lamps, toasters, and other electrical ape
pliances turned out in our school shop. Let's ask Rob Beaucage and Francis
And so it goes. Not one-not ten, but almost all of the boys have learned a
great deal about these occupations and have acquired skill in the use of tools
which will be helpful in earning a living and helpful in and around the home.
E. Thorpe and G. Cofhn
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R. Hatch, l'. Comhellaek, C. Everett, Mr. llradlord, I.. Slocum
THE QUTING CLUB
President C 1 I A 1u,I43s Ervin iQ'r'r
lvlilft?-P7't'Xldt'7Ill RicnARn 1'IATCll
S0t'7'0l'UI'.X' and Trca.m1'm' PAUIJNE CoM1aI31,LAck
.f.Y.S'iSff1Vlf,SEL'7'l'fflf1'-l'llIll17 T1'c'tISlH't'7' Luciusria SLoCt'xt
As a result of the fine cooperation among the otlicers, members, and faculty
adviser, Mr. Bradford, we are able to credit this year's Outing Club as being one
of the best ever.
'llhe organization got under way early in the fall. Nearly one hundred twenty-
tive members reported in Room 34X to elect oflicers and make outlines of plans for
the coming year.
The club sponsored Z1 sport dance in -lanuary with memliers serving on all the
Also a committee of four worked very hard on the revision of the constitution
in order to include more specific authorities.
A carnival organization manual was edited hy the faculty advisers of the various
committees from last year. 'llhis was done so that from year to year a complete
plan would be available. lt was used for the first time this year and it proved to
he an indispensable help.
The Coronation of lieryle Sturgis, a popular senior, as queen of the carnival,
officially opened the events on 'llhursday evening, january 51, in the school audi-
torium. On Friday and Saturday, lfehruary 1 and 2, the ski events took place,
topped bythe Carnival Ball on Saturday night. At this time the skiing and skating'
awards and gifts were made hy the queen and she was presented with many gifts
contributed by local stores.
A vote of thanks from all the members goes to Mr. llradford and Mr. llwelley
for their cooperation and support in furthering the clulfs activities.
Pngc Om' lillllliffd Twmztqv
First Row: U, Adams, C. Everett, D. Arnold, R. Merrill.
Second Row: DI. l". Jones, G. Martin, H. Mills. .l. Hanlon, Y. llackard, ll, Smith,
C. Lafkiotes, bl, Cummings.
Third Row: li. Cunnnings, L. Currie, M. Rizoulis, D. Allen. R. St. Hilaire.
Fourth Row: R. Cliancller, -l. Howard, NV. Hayden, F. Txiilllilll, R. llarr, IJ. lliggilis.
THE KEY CLUB
The Key Club is now enjoying its second year of existence at Edward Little.
lt was organized last year at the suggestion of Principal Veayo by a group of
ten boys who had been guests of the Auburn and Lewiston Kiwanis Club.
The club proudly bears the title of being the first of such clubs to be organized
in the state of Maine and the two lnindred and fiftieth in the world.
The Kiwanis Club has taken a great deal of interest in the club and provided
the members with such articles as a piano, a bell and gavel, and individual buttons.
At a meeting in May of last year, the following were elected as officers for this
year: Donald Arnold, presidentg Charles Everett, vice-presidentg Richard Adams,
secretaryg and Richard Merrill, treasurer.
The club meets in the cafeteria every other Xlfednesday at 6:30 P. M. where
the members have supper and enjoy discussions of different vocations given by
vnen who are outstanding in these professions.
Speeches have been given on various subjects as aviation, petroleum, and its
by-products, atomic structures, dentistry, and law.
This year it was voted that those persons who are interested in the subject under
discussion be invited to attend the meeting. lt was also voted that veterans who
return to Edward Little be made honorary members.
, R. M.
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First Row: T. Howes, S. lirctou, M Lavoie, A. l'aladino, ll, XN'l1ite, V. llrazas,
Second Row: L. Haskell, D. Lawrence, I.. Hunuewell, A. Davis, P. Huntington,
Ii. Varnum, rl. Mason, G. Ouellette.
Third Row: L. Carroll, ll. Colley. I.. Leavitt, G. Riley. S. Knight, I. lfogelsohu, S. Page.
Fourth Row: ,l. Snow, N. Curtis, G. Mottram, M. Ireland, l'. lXl:1xu'm-ll, I.. Trask, ll. VX'ard.
C. M ackay.
Fifth Row: I. Davis, G. Pelletier, C. Hurd, A. X'Yatsou, ll, .fXmlrews, bl. lioucliard,
.'X. Damon, M. llildreth.
Only those students who have worked under Mr. Gay know how grand he
really is, not only as a music director hut, more important. as a person. He is
completely natural at all times, and even at Concerts when everyone else is ner-
vous, he appears as cool and nonehalant as one of the audience.
He knows that if he talks too much the group u'on't listen to anything that he
has to say, so, instead of telling the chorus to "smile so that the audience will
think you're happy", he shows them, hy tlashing his broadest smile. The results
a1'e completely successful, for the choristers lind themselves smiling hack at him,
and also at the audience.
XVe don't nvvn' to wish M r. Gay and his singers the hest of luck for next yearf
,cause theyyll have it anyway+-hut we'll wish it just the same.
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First lxow: Mr. Gay, G. Moulton, bl. Cameron, VI. lianer, C. Everett, l . Brown, Y. Briggs
Seeonrl Row: M. llury, li. Nichols, li. llonoyan. C, St. Hilaire, ll. Hotlgrlon, S. Mahienx
l'. blaculiois, ,l. Carlierry, R. llolt.
Third Row: H. Lilvhy. R. Hatch, .'X, l'hillmriek, K. Tureotte, C. Lafkiotcs, R, 131-iggs
yl, Gerry, D, Arlams.
Fourth Row: M. Norton, C. lfuller, .X. fXustin, .N llancl, ll. Morrill, K. Boston
lf. llarschclorf, Fl. Young.
Fifth Row: Y, l'ackarrl, fl, l,ilvliy, M. Seayey, C. llunn, li. Leflair. .l. May, ll. Mills,
l.. liecne. Al. l'ratt, IJ. lioster. ll. Rolwrts, ll. l'ulsifer.
'lihe lmancl also this year took part in the .Xrniistice Day parafle, playeil at
almost every assenihly. anfl at the carnival queen Coronation, anrl gave concerts
at both XYalton anrl XYehster schools. ln the spring Mr. Casey Morin clrillerl the
lranil for six weeks in preparation for the Maine ancl New England music festivals
helrl for the first time since the outhrcalc of the war. 'l'he lllaine festival is to he
helcl in Sanforrl, May eleventh, ancl the New Finglancl, in Gloucester, lllassachuf
setts. beginning May twenty-fourth. Our splenclifl eighty-four piece lianrl will
march in pararles. play at eoneerts. ancl present exhilvition clrills. .Xlthough schools
of less than a thousancl pupils shoulrl play class ll niusie. E. l.. will play class .X
'lihe hanil will march in the llleniorial liay pararle anrl then will nialie its final
appearance for this year at the grarluation exercises on hlune seventh.
Klr. liay certainly fleseryes ererlit for the skillful way in which he has hanilleml
the group. Here's goofllrye to hini ancl to a wry happy year.
limi' Our llzzflilrvti Tfwllly-jii:'i'
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First Row: R. Sylvester, R. Merrill, R. Morrill, R. Adams, xlr., R, Coleman, T. Lafkiotes.
Second Row: V. Packard, R. Adams, R. Lt-Claire, ,l, tluptil, R. Briggs, .l. Fletcher.
This school year found the Yarsiteers stalled with experienced players plus
several new members who have improved steadily throughout the year. The new
members who have been added to the band are Richard li. Adams, alto sax 5 Roger
Briggs, pianog Robert Morrill, tenor saxg and Vernal Packard, jr., trumpet. Dur-
ing the course of the year, janice Fletcher was obtained as vocalist for the band.
Under the capable leadership of Mr. Donald Gay. this group of high school
musicians has developed into a smooth-functioning organization whose services
are greatly in demand throughout the state of llflaine.
Profit arising from daucc assignments was used in purchasing new modern
type stands. .Xlso a considerable amount of money was used in keeping the
repertoire stocked with the latest song and dance hits.
The group was well received when it had occasion to p1'esent assemblies at the
lValto1i and VVehster junior High Schools. At various intervals during the year,
the swing-band furnished music for the Y. M. C. A. Teen Age dances. The band
donated its services at the Teen Age dance when a special Canned Food Dance
was held. Public appearances have been made by the Varsiteers at the DeWitt
Hotel and at many outside school dances, as well as at many of our social events
here at Edward Little. The group scored a big hit when it had the privilege of
playing before the Lewiston-Auburn Lions Club. The band is planning to play
regularly at various places during the summer months.
Under the guidance of their manager, Roy Coleman, hlr., the Varsiteers have
enjoyed a very successful year and are looking forward to an even better one.
R. 5. A.
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First Row: V. Briggs, J. Fletcher, D. Krackenlmerger, Miss Horsey, F. Dube, I. Thompson
.l. Fortin. y
Second Row: li. Grant, S. jackson, I. French, C. Brackett, C. St. Hilaire.
G. A. A.
Prc.n'dr11t DoRoTIIv KRACRENBIQRGIQR
l"1'rc-Prvs1'dr1I! .IANICI3 FLETCIIER
Sl'l'l'6'ffIl'lV FRANCES DURI3
Senior JIQANNI: TIIoInPsoN
Junior -lACKll-I li'oRTIN
Soplzomore X7IRGINlA BRIGGS
HEADS Ulf' SPORTS
Harketbfzll SHIRLIRZV .lACKsoN
Bike Riding JACKIE FORTIN
Bowling DTIQAN FRENCII
Horseback Riding CARRIEN BRACKETT
Swizzziiztizzg BARBARA GRANT
Tmmix ALICE LEI-3
Valley Hall CLAIRI4: ST. HILAIRI5
Under the leadership of the president, and with Miss Hersey, physical educa-
tion instructor. as adviser, the G. A. A. was staigted with much enthusiasm.
The first sport which many girls went out for was bowling. This sport has
proved very successful under the capable direction of lean French and Shirley
The girls who went out for basketball when the call came have had a lot of fun
trying their luck.
A large group has signed up for horseback riding, tennis, volley ball, and swim-
XVe sincerely hope that all the girls will be able to participate in all these sports
before the Closing of this year.
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liirst Row 3 Coztcli Hzitrh, ll. Mzirlntosh, lb, Arnolcl, IJ. Ilriseoll, ll. St, Hilaire. 'lf Anger,
Seronil Row: Asst. lN'1gr. ll. Howie, R, ClI1ll'Dl'lllll'l', S. linhier, C, Contls, AI. Hanlon,
ID. Higgins, Mgr. C. Ridley.
'llhirrl Row: IJ. Robinson, R. Dumas, U. Iionney, XY. l'll'L'L'l1121ll.
'llhe Eclclies stztrteil off their season hy playing .lay in the E. l.. gym. Resultsf
45-18, lf. L.
December II, they went to XYesthrool4 and won ngziin, go-37.
December 14, Brunswick invzulefl the E. L. gym only to lose 47-34.
Ueceinher I8 21gZllll5l South Portlznicl the lfclclies were victorious for at fourth
The tirst rlouhle-heamler was helrl :tt the .Xrniory, blzinuziry 4. with the Erlflies
winning their seeonrl victory over xVCStl7l'UlJli, 52-35.
'lanuztry 8. the E. I.. hoopinen inet Hath and suffered their tirst rlefeztt, 33-go.
Friday of the sznne week, E. I.. fztcecl South Portlztncl wonclering if their losing
streak would continue, hut it cliflnytg E. l.. won .tl-30.
-lamiary Ig. the Eclclies went to the Exposition Huilcling in llortlancl and heat
Pllflf' Our Hundred Tliirfy
'llhe score of the next game on blainiary 18 was lf. l,. .14-l,ewiston 31.
january 25. the Eclclies won over Riiniford, 48-32.
january zo, E. L. faced Portland High for their tenth victory of the season,
lfehrnary 1, in the game with Morse, of liath, the Eddies Caine out with their
eleventh victory, 33-26.
liehruary 8, the RCfllil1tlSlSl'llCl Lewiston again. Wll1l1lllglly.ll"5.l.
Un l"eln'11ary 15, the lfdclies played their last gznne, lmeating l'ortland High,
l"eln'iia1'y 22, the lids played ll post-season game with an aluinni teani and won
'llhe Eddies entered the XN'estern Maine 'lloiirnztinent as the top team. 'llhey
won over Biddeford 46-33, then over Portland 33-27, and finally over Deering
34-32, and took the Western Maine title.
The following week the Eddies faced Bangor at the Expo. building to win the
State Championship title, 50-35.
The next 'lltiesday the Eds left for Boston, for the New England 'llOl11'l1?t111CUl.
'llhey played Hillhonse, of New Haven. Conn. and were put out of the tourney,
52-13, thus winding up an almost spotless season.
Edward Little players are Don Arnold, 14, Danny Driscoll, Q, Holi St. Hilaire, 11.
An exciting moment in the E. L.-Lewiston game as "Saint" recovers the hall.
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First Row: R. Savage, NV. Cummings, R. Xiling, R. Dutton, R. Hatch, Dw. Paiton,
D. Paiton, Mr. Dwelley.
Second Row: H. Vilhite, bl. Cummings, L. liralcy, R. Stnrtexrant. R. Matthews, D. Allen,
Third Row: G. Rolerson, R. Cowell, O. Xllehster, ll. Mills, C. Irvine, and L. Collet.
D. ALLEN hl. CUMMINGS R. 'HA'l't'lI Dw. PAl'roN R. S'l'UR'I'l-IYANT
L. BRALEY R. DoTToN D. l'AiToN XV. PAxToN B. XVING
The Edward Little Ski Team during the past season won three out of tive
The season was started with a victory at Andover in which the whole team
The next meet was the annual Edward Little Carnival with the following tive
teams in the competition: Gould, Rumforcl, Norway, Lewiston. and the Eddies
who won the meet easily with twenty points to the good.
The next week the regulars journeyed to Gould for the State Meet, where
they were obliged to take a second place, when one of our men was disqualified
from the downhill race. While the regulars were at Gould, the reserves went to
Lewiston where they competed with several other teams and took the meet.
The next was the New England Championship meet which was held at Lebanon.
New Hampshire. Up to the jumping, the Eddies were trailing Hanover a close
second, but falls in the jumping by two of our men meant we were to take a
fifth place. A sorrowful team returned to Auburn the next morning.
The following week the team went to Rumford for their annual lfVinter Car-
nival. The Eddies won the meet with a substantial lead.
This meet ended our competition for the year, although Dick Hatch became
the Northern New England Champion in cross country at Lebanon.
Cummings and Hatch proved to be the high point 111611 of the year.
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First Row: N. Mogul, A. Macomber, D. Gagnon, H. Packard, D. Arnold, R. St. Hilaire,
F. Mooney, R. Dumais, D. Higgins, C. Coutts, I. Sawyer.
Second Row: Coach Beliveau, H. Mills, A. Chabot, A. Labbe, P. Dugas, T. Auger,
D. MacIntosh, N. Sawyer, R. Holt, J. Hanlon, bl. Sawyer, Mgr. R. Packard.
Third Row: K. Dumas, R. Hutchinson, N. Brackett, D. Parsons, B. Bowie, C. Gove,
With the crack of the bat and a splat in the mit the Edward Little "Red Eddies"
swarmed out at the Triple A. Park, on April the eighth to greet their new coach
Art Belliveau. The battery started practice two weeks prior to the above date.
Coach Art Bellivean came to Edward Little this year to replace Coach Nani-
gian who has recently accepted a position at Lewiston High School.
During the past two years the Edward Little teams have had fair success, but
Coach Belliveau hopes to bring the Eddies through on top this year.
Phil Dugas, a boy who has caught successfully for the Lisbon Falls Indians,
will be behind the plate this season. Tom Auger will again be on the mound for
At the three corners of the diamond will be John Hanlon, first base, Bob St.
Hilaire, second base, Don Arnold, short stopg and at the third base position, will
be Harold Packard. The three pasture spots will probably be filled, starting from
left to right, by Don Gagnon, Don MacIntosh, and Norman Holt.
There will be a new Androscoggin Valley Baseball League formed this year, in
which five local high schools will compete among themselves. This new league
should bring more interest to the baseball fans of this locality.
R. Dutton, B. Godin.
The 1946 baseball schedule for the Red Eddies is as follows :
23-Gardiner Home 26--Morse Home 20-Sl. Doms Away
1-Brunswick Home IO1Sf. Doms Home 21-RLllTlfOl'Cl Away
3-Rumford Home I4-Lewiston Away 24-"LCWlSlfOll Home
7-Morse Home I7+Bl'Ul1SWlCli Away 28-Gardiner Away
Pam' Our fl'Ill1dl'e"!i 7'Iiirly-flzrfw'
Iinst Row: C. X'Yootl. N. Lcgere, ll. Attwoocl, G. Rcny, l'. Charron, R. Russell,
clerson, S. liuhier, -I. Robinson. A, Records, Mgr. R. Savage.
Row: Coach Scrihner, ll. Wing, G. Martin, G. Rolerson, R. Zallen, R. Matthews,
Kempton, ll. Holmes, R. Holt, R. llcrgcron, H. Therianlt, NY. Cummings, R. Marshall,
irrl Row: F. Timberlake, T. liratlhnry, tl. Therianlt, H. Young, C lrrine, R. Hunter,
R. Hatch, L. Perry, G, Timherlake, T. Giherti.
0 . .
The 14345 Eclwarcl Little track team had one of the most successful seasons in
4, Tits history. As the tinal touch to an untlefeaterl year the team won the State
Six hoys were sent to l'roviclence for the New England lnterscholastic Meet.
" Winiiittg the pole vault ancl placing thirtl in the shot-put, were Holm Collins and
Louis Bergeron, respectively.
This year's outlook is not so goocl, hut with a squad of thirty to forty men
working out, some new material is in the making. Only a few men returning
are lettermen, those ht-ing "lDutchy" Anclerson, Stan Huhier, Clayton lrvine,
Coleman Kempton, Paul Charron, antl Dick Russell, Captain.
Track meets arranged for this season are Deering, Brunswick, Rumforcl. Lew-
iston, Howrloin lnterscholastics, Hates Relays, and the State Meet at Portland.
Here's hoping for a perfect year.
Pugt' Out' l!l!llIll't'tf illllllff-V-flflll'
lfirst Row: l'. Charron, H. l'ackartl, C. Everett, R. St. Hilaire, li. Huntley, j. Hanlon,
'lf Auger, ll. Arnold, IJ. Maclmosh, C. Coutts, R. Charpentier, R. johnson, VV. Cummings,
Second Row: Assistant Coach Hatch, 'l'. liernartl, A. Fecteau, R. Packarcl, R
S. Nichols, P. Dugas, S. liuhier, U. Higgins, O. Bonney, tl. lvlongean, llw. Paiton, R l
Mgr. IJ. Gagnon, Coach Nanagian.
'Ilhircl Row: Assistant Mgr. XV. Hanlon, R. Sawyer, NN". Small, R. sf' ell, G
M, Keene, H. Lucas, G. Keene, N. Sawyer, ll, Dean, C. X'X"hite, R. hlonin, M
The clay set for the first football practice for the 1945 season was A
A large number of hoys reported, among them wel'e the veteran players
St. Hilaire, Huntley. Packard, and Driscoll who, as seniors, were
make their last year a inemorahle one as far as football was concernecl.
XYith determination like that. ancl a coach like Mr. Nanigian hehintl them. t
school looked forward to a successful football season.
lfirst on the cartl was XVcsthrook High School whom we clefeatetl hy a score
of zo to o. Hal Packartl, who won fame last year as a line smasher, made all
three tonchrlowns. The game was playecl nnrler the W'alton lfielcl lights, on lfriclay.
Seven days later we playecl our secontl game, ancl again at Walton lfielcl. The
visiting eleven came from Morse High of Bath, whom we rlefeatecl hy a score of
I3 to fm. Packard and Hanlon scorecl hoth touchrlowns.
Our next game was playecl with Portlancl at NValton lfielcl, on the following
liriilay night. .-Xfter a long tug of war, with the two teams inareliing hack anrl
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forth over the battle ground, the game ended with a 7-o score with Portland
scoring the only touchdown in the last quarter.
The following week we ventured to the Portland Stadium to match our team
against South Portland's eleveng this brought us our third victory. Captain
Arnold went over the line in the third quarter, and the try for the extra point
was goodg this gave us a 7-o lead. liut South Portland tallied by scoring in the
last quarter to end the game 7-o.
The tirst Lewiston game was scheduled to be played October 12, at XValton
Field, but had weather postponed the game to the following night, Saturday. A
large crowd of local sports fans tilled the bleachers to watch the two teams
battle it out. The score at the half was 6-6, with the Devils and Ghosts march-
ing up and down the held, trying to register the deciding score. A pass near the
end of the last quarter taillied E. l,.'s third victory in four games.
Our sixth game was played on October 17, the victors being Deering High
School. The game was played in fog so heavy that oil torches were lit near each
goal post, so that the players would not get their directions mixed. Disregarding
this handicap, Deering made good by scoring 33 points to our 7. Both teams
deserved much credit for playing in such weather.
The second of our two out of town games was played October 27, at VVater-
ville. This was a long awaited duel for us, because up to this game X'Vaterville
was undefeated and we were just yearning to get a chance to 'gpush that chip off
their shoulder". But, like the others who had tried, we ended as victims, in a
very 'close game with a I4 to 25 score.
Our last game was, as usual with Lewiston and scheduled to be played November
12, sin? the Ilth was on Sunday. But bad weather, which had already interfered
with many of our games, also caused this, our most important game of the year,
to be postponed. The Lewiston and Edward Little athletic directors decided to
schedule the affray for the first good night at Xtalton Field instead of at the
L. A. P. as was originally planned. A record crowd of about 6000 local sport
fans gathered at the New Auburn tield to watch the long-awaited battle.
In the first period both teams managed to carry the ball to within 7 or IO yards
of a touchdown. However, in the second period, Hanlon crashed over from the
seven yard line for a touchdown making the score 6-0. The try for the extra
point was unsuccessful and the score remained the same throughout the first half.
The second half was full of action, but no score was made until the last quarter.
This opened with Captain Arnold carrying the ball across for another touchdown,
making the score 13 to o. Interception of a Lewiston pass by McIntosh gave us
possession of the ball. Arnold completed a pass to Driscoll for our third touch-
down. VVith the team quite far ahead Coach Nanigian sent in our second and third
teams. As a result Lewiston scored their only touchdown making the score
IQ to 6.
So ended another game, another victory and another football season. Our win-
ning both Lewiston games gave us the Twin City championship for the year.
VVith that last game ended brilliant careers for a few of our senior boys. Fel-
lows like Don Arnold, Hal Packard, Hob St. Hilaire, and Dan Driscoll who have
made sports headlines here for the past three years will long be remembered.
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First Rowi M. Herman, R. l3ergeron, A. l'hilbrick, S. c ez f
Second Row: ,l. Mnllane, D. Vachon, E. S ' . 1 er, . C 1 ' ' ETH, t ,
R. Wilmer, R. Chandler.
Third Row: R. Hunter, E. 'I'ingley, W". Davis ' 1, Bah tt, ' e, -I, ieal,
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In December, 11345, under the able coaching of john Beal, former Bowdoin
star, E. L. I'CSll1llCLl swimming competition which had been discontinued during
the war years. Ray Bergeron was elected captain by the team. I11 January, after
several weeks of instruction. tl1e team entered a contest with Deering, which the
Eddies won. However, the following month the Eddies 111et defeat at the hands
of a very skillful Portland group whose prowess enabled them to win the State
Championship the next Illtllltll. That same lI1OllllI E. I.. lost to the experienced
swiminers of the Portland Boys' Club Intermediates. At tl1e end of February,
tl1e Eddies traveled to Brunswick, but they were unable to defeat Brunswick,
which at that time was the defending State Champion team. The next month
the Eddies e11tered tl1e State Meet and came out with third honors. Special
tribute should be paid the E. I.. free-style relay team which took tirst place at the
meet. The closing 1neet of the year against Deering ended i11 a tie. At the e11d
of the season, Alfred Philbrick was elected Captain of next year's team. Thus
tl1e season ended.
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EDWARD LITTLE HIGH SCHOOL
Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co., Inc.
Sears Roebuck 86 Co.
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Stenography Secretarial Science Accounting
Business Administration Normal Training
Preparatory Courses for Civil Service
Also Courses in the Operation of
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POSTING MACHINE COMPTOMETERS
Intensive Six-Week Summer Session Starts june 24
Our Normal Training Course is Approved by the
School of Education of the University of Maine.
Graduates are certified by the State Department
Maine School of Commerce
53 COURT STREET AUBURN, MAINE
Write or Call for Free Catalog
Agnes C. Seavey, Principal
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Clark Shoe Co.
Best Wislmcxs fn the Class of I946
Lewiston-Auburn Transit Co.
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Students received every Monday
and given counsel as to requirements for entrance to
begin or finish a business education
160 LISBON STREET
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Kerr Electrical Company
83 MAIN STREET AUBURN, MAINE
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TO GIRL GRADUATES OF '46
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For girls who are looking beyond
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"human interest," here's an opportunity
The Telephone Company has several open-
ings for girls finishing high school. Recent
high school graduates who've become tele-
phone girls find the work interestingg asso-
ciates friendlyg surroundings pleasant.
Seniors should look into this opportunity.
Training courses may be arranged so as not to
interfere with studies or graduation, and can
usually be given right in the home town. Sign
up right away and receive pay while learning.
Your teacher or vocrztional advivor can tell you
more about work in this interesting imllfstry.
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Wilson Sporting Goods
239 MAIN STREET LEXWISTON, MAINE
Darling Automobile Co.
Automotive Parts Equipment
Paints and Archery
FOR YOUR HEALTI-VS SAKE EAT MORE ICE CREAM
For Quality,s Sake Be Sure That . . .
It's I-IoocI's Ice Cream
"The Flav0r,s Theren
CLASS OF 1946
Please accept our thanks and appreciation for the pleasure of your asso-
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Maynarcfs Boot Shop
180 LISBON STREET LEWISTON
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Beef and Pork Packer
Wholesale Dealer in Beef, Pork and Provisions
37 KNIGHT STREET AUBURN, MAINE
Cleaners - Dyers - Furriers
Cold Storage for Furs
71 SPRING STREET AUBURN, MAINE
immy's Gas Stations, Inc.
Auburn and Lewiston
Heating Oil Parking
Milliken, Tomlinson Co.
I. G. A. Supply Depot and
' Superba Food Products
11-15 LINCOLN STREET LEWISTON, MAINE
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Mary s Candy Shop
Home Made Candies
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253 MAIN STREET LEWISTON
Myer Canter Edward Wiiiiier
Ann's Flower Shop
The Store of Individual Service
Anne Tighe Kelley, E. L. l9Z3
40 Ash Street Lewiston, Nlaine
Zelia Robie Roy
Millinery of Distinction
173 Lisbon Street Lewiston
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Fred H. Tufts G. Royal Tufts
Ruhher Stamp Manufacturers
193 Middle Street Lewiston, Maine
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Lown Wood I-leel Co.
1: AUBURN MAINE
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St. Hilaire Waterproofing
fi Building Maintenance
ll Anywhere in Maine
lt Robert St. Hilaire
11 34 ROAK STREET AUBURN, MAINE
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:Q Wood 86 Smith Shoe Co.
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Wihaer Wood Products
Auburn-Norway-South Paris, Maine
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1: Compliments of
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1: Auburn Maine
.1 Prescott s
I1 Service Station
1: Main and Lincoln Streets Lewiston
4 Main and Court Streets Auburn
,l Compliments of
11 Venus Shoe
1: Auburn Maine
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Headquarters for E. L. H. S.
Harold Cooper, Prop.
"At the Bridgei'
26 Main Street Lewiston, Maine
The Dunlap Agency
31 Court Street Auburn
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Groceries - Meats a oung ue 0'
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369 Court Street Auburn, Maine
Fine Quality Sportswear Compliments of
Sweaters, Slacks, Sportcoats,
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Cronin 86 Root
127 Lisbon Street Lewiston Lewiston Maine
Compliments of Compliments of
Advance Auto Sales Saou A. Masters, O.D.
17-21 Franklin Street Optometrist
129 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
Auburn Maine Telephone 57
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Clark's Drug Store
Papers and Magazines
243 Main Street Lewiston Lewiston and Auburn Maine
Nichols Tea Room
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269 Main Street Lewiston
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We Specialize in Fine Foods and Excellent Service
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Props., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones
40 COURT STREET
AUBURN, MAINE Ib
Complete Beauty Service IE
Permanent Waving Specialists
Bolster's Beauty Salon gg
21 LISBON STREET
Phone 5240 +I
G. E. Bearce H. C. Edwards
Bearce 86 Edwards
9 Minot Avenue Auburn, Maine
"Happy Landing Students"
Parker's Book Shop
76 Court Street Auburn, Maine
R. B. Parker, Proprietor
381 Court Street Auburn, Maine
Berry Paper Co. it
Kodaks - Fountain Pens
Stationers to Central Maine
49 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
Variety Store If
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1: COMPLIMENTS OF
Ig Lewiston Hardware
31 LISBON STREET LEWISTON
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lg Walton's Bakery Ladles' APPWI
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.1 Auburn Mame 10 Lisbon Street Lewiston
1: Compliments of Ferry's Beauty Salon
EE Shops Irene Dillingham, Prop.
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Il Women's Specialty Shop
l 80 Lisbon Street Lewiston 14 Lisbon Street Lewiston
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Sweaters and Suits
for Campus wear
Bates Bedspreads and Drapes
for an attractive background to
Whatever you need try
Reid and Hughes
Perkins 86 Curtis
and Metal Work
76 Academy Street Auburn, Me.
60 Court Street
Famous for Our Home-Cooking!
GOOD LUCK TO ,46
62 COURT STREET
Wilsonls Dollar Store
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'1 Graduation Gift"
ll 123 Main Street Lewiston, Maine
1: Compliments of
1 Woman s Shop
1: Dresses Sportswear
1: 86 Lisbon Street Lewiston
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11 164 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Me.
Prep Hall Clothes
Designed especially for
High ancl Prep School Men
Shoes for the Family
172 Lisbon Street
Quality is our Trademark
Mac's Variet Store
H. H. McKechnie, Prop.
Lending Library Greeting Cards
Ticket Office-Greyhound Lines
220 Court Street Auburn
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McDougall-Butler Co. 5
Auburn, Maine Division
55 Court Street ll
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Dean s Burner Service If
Toridheet O11 Burning Equipment 1:
Rotary and Gun Type Burners
36 JAMES STREET AUBURN, MAINE
COMPLIMENTS OF 1:
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New England Furniture Co. 1:
Lewiston Norway Rumforcl Gardiner Ii
Farmington Livermore Falls
COMPLIMENTS OF 1:
L. W. Haskell Co.
Plumbing - Heating l
Sheet Metal Work li
62 HARVARD STREET AUBURN, MAINE
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Auburn Free Press
Printing - Publishing
109 Main Street Auburn, Maine
1 Telephone 1180
I: Compliments of
gl Ward Bros.
1: 72 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
11 Telephone 4700
11 Compliments of
Ig New England
11 Home Equipment
1: Court Street Auburn
1 Elinor Flagg Rowe
8 Lisbon Street Lewiston
Lincoln Stores Inc.
100 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
118 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
Henry N olin
79 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
The Best of Food
At Popular Prices
80 Washington Street Auburn
Thank you and call again
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Q Snfm Boston Tea Store
Coats Suits Dresses
120 Lisbon Street Lewiston 249 Main Street Lewiston, Maine
Hobby Shoppe Cortell's
Luncheonette and Soda Fountain 109 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Me'
Vincent Ginger Ale
Federal Shoe Co.
Sonny Boy Bread
Second and Cook Sts. Auburn, Me.
E. Arnold Co.
Clarence C. Arnold, Mgr.
Plumbing, Heating and
Sheet Metal Work
73 Main Street
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3: First-Aid Supplies
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1 Princess Shop
1 Distinctive Feminine Apparel
,: 53 Lisbon Stret Lewiston
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All lcincls of Chop Suey to talce out
20 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine
Store for Men
205 Main Street Lewiston, Maine
"Frank Features Sportswearv
Flowers and Plants
Auburn Theatre Building
Dresses, Coats and Suits
83 Lisbon Street Lewiston
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A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE '
Lewiston Trust Company 1
George W. Lane, Jr., President
George Wallingford, Treasurer Paul P. Riclley, Assistant Treasurer 1
A. P. McFarland, Assistant Treasurer H. T. Briggs, Assistant Treasurer
S. Parker Foss, Assistant Treasurer
C. R. Cook, Prop.
I. G. A. Groceries and Meats
190 Lake Street Auburn
Canniif 86 Co.
168-174 Lisbon Street
John E. McCarthy, Vice-President 1:
fformerly Sr. Pierrej
Men's and Boys' Apparel
84 Lisbon Street Lewiston '
H. Paradis G. Leblanc
Juddy's Men's Shop 11
6 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine 11
West Auburn I1
Community Club '
Page One Hundred Seventy-five
Power of Printing
B. P.--'1Before Printing' '... people lived in
ignorance and superstition, progress was prac-
tically iinpossible. Without the printed word
how could mankind hope to advance from mass
ignorance to individual, and therefore social
triumph, over conditions?
The "power of printingf, as we know it today,
is to pack as much effectiveness as possible in
each printed piece. This is the type of print-
ing we strive constantly to produce.
Kennehec Journal Print Shop
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Air T red Shoe Corp.
Anderson Sz Briggs
Ann's Flower Shop
E. Arnold Co.
LIST OF ADVERTISERS
Lincoln Stores Inc.
Lown Wood HeelM
Auburn Free Press Nl2lCOITlbC1'jS Dairy
Auburn Heights Market Mads Variety Store
Auburn Lunch Mary's Candy Shop
Auburn, Maine School of Commerce Masters, Scott A., O. D.
Auburn 81 Minot VVood Heel Maynard's Boot Shop
Auburn Savings Bagnk
Bauer Hardware Co.
Bearce 8: Edwards
Berry Paper Co.
Bolster's Beauty Salon
Boston Tea Store
Cal Young Fuel Co.
Clark's Drug Store
Clark Shoe Co.,
Cobb Watson Co.
Cronin Sz Root D
Darling Automobile Co.
Dean's Burner Service
Dupont's Bakery E
Federal Shoe Co.
F erry's Beauty Salon
Fineson, Maurice J.
Fogg's Leather Store
L. W. Haskell Co.
jimmy's Gas Station
Juddy's Men's Shog
K. C. Store
Kerr lflcctricail Cu.
J. J. Mullane N
New England Furniture Co.
New England Home Equipment
New England Telephone and Telegraph Co
Nichols' Tea Room
Nolin Studios P
Parker's Book Shop
E. W. Penley
Perkins Sz Curtis
Portland Engraving Co.
Reid 81 Hughes
Rowe, Elinor Flagg
Roy, Zelia Robie S
Sears, Roebuck 8: Co.
Senters, Giroux, Canniff 81 Co.
Smart 81 Thrifty Dress Shop
St. Hilaire Waterpiixoofing
Tash, Dora Clark
Twin City Tire Cov
Vosmus Variety Store
VVest Auburn Community Club
X'Vilner NVood Products
XVilso11's Ilollar Store
Wood 84 Smith Co.
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