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Q.. g 1. 3 gwig- , , -Q' wgr-W 1492 r ,Q N I 3 I -4 'n I ' I -- rf Null. fu ,V NJN. , ... 1 4f 3 1 1 ffYe'f'1"7fi3 ' sf rf . , . , W ax f ' " salma rf?-,1,4?.' E f , -1 - 1 l 'ix ' lm ' f '- ' ,nLn"' if ' n DEDICATION ...... FACULTY ..... SENIORS .. SENIOR PEnsoNAL1'rms HONOR PARTS ..... WHo's WHO .... JUNIORS ..... SOPHOMORES Acrlvnfms ..... .... CALENDAR ..... SPORTS .............. ADVERTISEMENTS 'W FV Qu - , a s -...n x 2.-. .if 14' eibechcafion We, the class of 7950, sincerely dedicate this "Oracle" to MISS DOROTHY WELLMAN whose untiring patience, skillful guidance, and kindly understanding have endeared her to all of us, Page S Page Eight ARNOLD G. WESTERBERG, B.A., ED.M. Principal Born in New York City. Prepared at Carson Long Institute. Wfas graduated from Pennsylvania State College with a degree of Barh- elor of Arts in Education. Did graduate work at University of Maine and attended Bates Summer School. Received his Master of Education degree from Bates College. Before coming to Edward Little from Bates College, in 1936, he taught in New York, in Sullivan, Maine, and in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine. He was submaster from September 1943 to 1946, when he was appointed principal. . f Q 4' As ff fpfjzi HX' ,V gf xg A my XZT' I J' fy' 1 V Z Y 'l , j -Q"355QT , N If , Q T f C Q If Y w "' 1, I? fl.. 'gl X c 1 V11 ' i 17 l5f:fQW" YJ 2 "if" A 1:- 7 X WX uv.. it W md X. ff W M, gbggk ' ' TN f "' M2 f E11 'sg' 5 545-'ii ff J ' J' 1 ,fi Kb ' :L .' ll mtl 'X 'ff f ,I f X f V15 ' SW' .,,1'43ALf: . ,112 Xi, 1 Q- .. F ' xlu f ' N XI, . Lf A K - . 0!T,,.,. Qi' it we sw' Q 5 Z 4 1 N 413 1 X K y X Page Ten MISS ,IESSIE W. ALLEY, B.A., M.A. Latin mul Cerrnurz Born in Massachusetts. Prepared at Edward Little. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Did graduate work at the University of Vermont, and Bates, where she received the Master of Arts degree. Came to Edward Little in l9I5. Faculty adviser of the Latin Club. MRS. ETHEL B. AMBACH. B.A. English Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Has taken several summer courses at Bates College. Attended summer school at the University of Nlaine, l9l5g at Bates summer school in 1919. In Maine, she has taught in Mechanic Falls, Lisbon Falls, Livermore Falls, at Edward Little, and at Deering. In Massachusetts, she taught in Beverly, Hyannis, and West Newbury. She returned to Edward Little in 1943. Faculty adviser for "Station E, I.. II. S " l MRS. AMY F. ASHTON Business Machines, Office Practice Business Mathematics. Typewriting Born in Lewiston, Maine. Prepared at Lewiston High School. Was graduated from the Normal Training Course at the Auburn Maine School of Commerce, Auburn, Maine. Attended the summer session of the Auburn Maine School of Commerce in 1948. Taught at Standish High School, Sebago Lake, Maine, before coming to Edward Little in 1948. She is one of the faculty advisers of the Assembly Board and of the Stl!- dent Council. Serves as treasurer of the Cafe teria Fund and the Edward Little High School Parents' Musical Association. 1 MISS NANCY BARTHELEMY, B.S. Physical Education for Girls Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Was gradu- ated from Arlington High School and Sargent College, Boston University. She is faculty ad- viser for the Girls' Athletic Association, of the Cheerleaders, and of the Assembly Board. WILLIAM BRADFORD. B.A. in Education Pl1.ys1'es, Aeronautics, anal Radio Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Prepared at South Lancaster Academy, Massachusetts. Was graduated from George Washington Uni- versity, Washington, D. C., with a Bachelor of Arts dcgrec in Education. He has taught in Woodward School, W'ashington, D. C., Union Springs Academy, New York: Greater New York Academy, New York: and McLean High School in Virginia. Came to Edward Little in 1944. ls an adviser of junior boys and sponsor of the Key Club and Outing Club. FREDERICK BRYANT Related Work and Mechanical Drawing Born in Malden, Massachusetts. Prepared for teaching industrial arts at Bradley Polytechnic Institute. Attended summer sessions at Colum- bia, Harvard, Bates, Bradley, and Gorham. Vocational experience in pattern making, carpentry, and drafting. Taught six years in Saco. Came to Edward Little in 1919. Has charge of the industrial arts and vocational departments. Born in Gardner, Massachusetts. Was gradu-, ated from Gardner High School. Was graduated from Cushing Academy and Bates College. He taught at Webster Junior High School, and was a freshman coach at Bates College. Served four years in the army before coming to Edward Little in the spring of 1946. Attended Clark University Summer School. MRS. ELIZABETH H. BOWEN. B.A. Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. Prepared at Brockton High School, Massachusetts. Was graduated from Colby College, where she re- ceived a Bachelor of Arts Degree. At Colby she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and of the Sigma Kappa Sorority. Has taken several courses at Teachers' College, Columbia Univer- sity. Taught at Morse High School, Bath, Maine, and at Ossining School for Girls, Ossin- ing, New York, before coming to Edward Little in 1930. Faculty adviser of Library Proctors' Club. Page Eleven MRS. BEATRICE C. BURKE Home Economics Born in Lewiston, Maine. Prepared at Lewiston High School, Lewiston, Maine. Was graduated from University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree. Before coming to Edward Little in 19419, she taught at Madison High School, Madison, Maine, and at Lewiston High School, Lewiston, Maine. She is a member of Omicron Nu honor society. GRAYDON BURNS Machine Operation Born in Wisensset, Maine. VVas 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 busi- ness for thirty years. He came to Edward Little in 1944. Page Twelve' MISS EDNA M. CANHAM, B.A. English Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Farm- ington State Teachers' College and Bates Col- lege, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Taught in Auburn, Wilson's Mills, Stonington, Buck- field and Kents Hill, Maine, before coming to Edward Little in 1947. Has taken extension courses at the University of Maine, and Bate! College. Attended summer session of the Uni- versity of Maine. ,c RUSSELL D. CARROLL, B.A., M.A. Typewriting and Bookkeeping Born in Washington, Maine. Prepared at Lewis- ton 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 Maple-ton High School in Maine. Received his Master of Arts degree from Columbia in 1940. He is Director of Audio-Visual Aids and is in charge of con- cessions at the games. MISS DOROTHEA A. DOWELL, B.A. History and Sociology Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Prepared at Dow Academy, Franconia, New Hampshire. Was graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended summer sessions, taking graduate work at the University of Idaho in 1943, the Ameri- can University, Washington, D. C., in 19453 and the University of New Hampshire in 1946, 1947, and 1948. In 1949, Yale University Field Trip to Great Britain. Taught in Bovill and Orohno, Idaho, and in Bridgton, Maine, before coming to Edward Little in 1947. Chairman of Carnival Ball. and Senior Dance, Decorations for Junior-Senior Prom, MISS HELEN F. DOWNS, B.S. H fl NI e Erjmwm ics Born in Skowhegan, Maine. Prepared at South Portland High School. Was graduated from Nasson College where she received her Bichelor of Science Degree in Home Economics. She has taught at Epping, New Hampshire and Fal- mouth High School in Portland, Maine. Attend- ed University of Maine summer session in 1949, LINWOOD L. DWELLEY, B.S. SI'f1'lIl'l' am! Phyxirul ElflLClllf07L Director of Winter Sports Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at Maine Central Institute. Was graduated from Univer- sity of Maine with Bachelor of Science degree in Education. Played football at preparatory school and college. VVas a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Did graduate work at Bates College and University of Michigan. He was a teacher- coach at Fort Kent and at Calais before coming to the Auburn schools in 1930. During the sum- mer he is proprietor of VVilderness Canoe Trips for Boys. MISS SARAH ENWRIGHT, B.A. French Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at St. Stephen High School, Received hcr 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 taiight in Guilford, Maine. Adviser of senior gir s. Page J-'T f'7,yz2"' f 1 1 , fl fiq ,,, .. , ,VJ GM 1l"'i , - . 1 ,M ." 1 'l 1 . MM f "jj 1 MISS MARGARET GARDNER, B.A. yi we English Born in Brunswick, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended summer session at Bates, Boston Uni- versity, and Emerson. New England Summer Workshop in 1949. Before coming to Edward Little in 1943, she taught at Norridgewock, Old Orchard Beach, and at Brewer, Maine. She is Chairman of the Assembly Board. and is on the Junior Class Committee, and the "Urac1e" Staff. DONALD M. GAY, B.A. Music Born in Casco, Maine. Prepared at Casco High School, attended the University of Maine, where he received the Bachelor of Arts degree. Before coming to Edward Little in 1944, he taught at Berwick Academy, Spaulding High School, Rochester, New lflnmpshirc, and Williams Col- lege. He is the director of the Band and Chorus. lx Page Fourteen MISS ELSIE NI GERVAIS, B A.. M A French and History Born in Westboro, Massachusetts, Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College with 11 Bachelor of Arts degree, and received her Master of Arts degree in 19-1-3. In college she was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Attended summer sessions at Middlebury, Juilliard School of Mu- sic, and Sorbonne, University of Paris, Univer- sity of Maine extension course. Before coming to Edward Little in 1942, she taught at Web- ster Junior High School. She is a member of the Assembly Board, and faculty adviser for senior marching. STEPHEN GRENDA, B.A., M.A. Director of Athletics, Physical Education Head Coach of Football Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Prepared at Lawrence High School. Was graduated from Columbia University where he received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. Coached at Columbia University, Manhattan College, University of Delaware. Was Director of Athletics at Floyd Bennett Field, and Bat- talion Commandcr at Navy Pre-Flight School in North Carolina. Discharged from the U. S. Navy with grade of Lieutenant. Came to Ed- ward Little in 1946. MISS GWENDOLYN G. HARDY School Nurse Born in Woolwich, Maine. Prepared at Edward Central Maine General Hospital, Lewiston, Little and Lewiston High School. Attended Maine and received four months' Public Health Training at Simmons College. She was stall' nurse at Lewiston and Auburn Red Cross. She is a member of the Maine State and National Nursing Club. Attended summer sessions at Simmons College 1948, 1949. Instructor of the twelve hour course in Red Cross Home Nursing. CLYDE HATCH., B.A. Biology and Basketball Born in Lowell, Maine. Prepared at Howland High School. Was graduated from Colby Col- lege. Attended two summer sessions at Univer- sity of Maine. Prior to his arrival at Edward Little, he taught at Morse High School, at Bath, and served in the Army Air Force. He is assis- tant coach of football, and the coach of basket- ball. I MRS. JOSEPHINE T. HAYDEN. B.A. English and History Born in River Forest, Illinois. Prepared at Ben- ton Harbor High School, Benton Harbor, Mich- igan. Was graduated from Boston University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. Has taught in Evening School in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and has taught English and Science in Newton High School in Massachu- setts. She is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Co-Chairman of class night. Faculty Adviser of Student Council. GEORGE W. HODSON, B.S. Science and Related Information Born in Burnley, England. Prepared at Camden High School. Attended the University of Maine as Mechanical Engineer for two years. Attended Pennsylvania State College in the summers of 1940-41. Attended Gorham State Teachers' College two years and two summers, 1936 and 1937, 1946 and 1948. Came to Walton Junior High School in 1937. Taught in Augusta in 1938. Retumed to the Auburn school system in 1939. At Maine he was on the rifle team for two years and also on the boxing team. Was president of the Alpha Lambda Beta fraternity at Gorham. He is a member of the staff of the Vocational Department. Page Fifteen MISS MAUDELENA S. HUSKINS Rsmklmf-1:1'l1g, l2'f'lllllI'IIil'S, Commercial Law, mul BlI.Vl.llt'S5 Mathematics Born in Lisbon Falls, Mainc. 1Vas graduritcd from Edward Littlc High School, and Mainc School of Commcrcc, Did graduatc work at Columbia, Harvard, and Batcs. Came- to Edward Littlc in 1916. In chargc of placcmcnt scrvice for girls who arc going into husincss. MISS MARGARET B. JORDAN. BA. fwlllllvliltlllics Born in Auburn, Mainc. Prcparcd at Edward 1 Littlr- High School and at Bfitcs Collcgc. Did griduatc work at Batcs and at Harvard summer schools. 'l':mght in Mcxico, Mainc, and Sanford High School. Cami' to Edward Littlc in 1923. Faculty adviscr for thc Edward Littln- High School Dramatics 1111111 and Dire-ctor of thc Scnior fllass Play. Page Sixteen NIISS LILLIAN KELLEY Slcrmgmphy I. 2. Tl'IlllXl'l'ilIfI'UI1 ll Born in joncsport, Mainc. Prcparcd at Jones- port High School. Was graduatcd from the Normal Comrncrcial Training Coursc at Beal Collcgc, Bangor, Mainc. Aitcndcd suumicr scs- sions at Boston Univcrsity in 1917, and Wash- ington Statc Normal School in 1918. Taught at Livcrmorc Falls, Farmington and Cardincr, Maini'. Wlorkcd as accountant and Dcpartmcntal Supcrvisor in thc Accounting Dcpartmcnt of thc Amcrican Optical Company, Southhridgc, Massachusctts, 1913. Attcndcd summcr scssion at Univcrsity of Mainc 1919. Chairman of junior-Scnior Prom. Faculty adviscr for junior Class Rings. MRS. ANNA B. KENNEDY, B.A., BLA. Ifliglish Born in Orange, Massachusctts. Prcpared at Tcchnical High School, Springhcld, Massachu- sctts. Was graduatcd from Whcaton College with a Bachelor of Arts dcgrcc, Was graduated from Columbia Univcrsity with a Master of Arts degree. Summcr and wintcr courscs at Clark University and Bates Collcgc. Before coming to Edward Little in 1930, shc taught at Brookfield High School, Brookfield, Massachu- setts. Faculty adviser of the 'LOracle". DANIEL W. LOWE Printing Born in Turner, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Gor- ham Normal School. Taught in Massachusetts and at Webster Junior High School before be- coming a member of the Edward Little staff. MRS. ELIZABETH PACKARD, B.A. History Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended summer sessions at Bates. Taught in Lakeville High School, Lakeville, Conn., Web- ster Junior High School, and Edward Little High School. She returned to Edward Little in 1948. Faculty Co-Chairman of Class Night. f. . . . 'la E I "T, QA. ' 1' ,. M,--V,-YJ.x Q,i.,,,! f 5 lf' " giwgllf . in ' J' 4 - -5 It f", a MZ, ua-af f , fi if A' .f -4 ,f 1 . " ,V lNIlSS ENNIE PULKKINEN Secretary to the Principal Born in Minot, Maine. Was graduated from Edward Little High School in 1946. During 1946-1947, she served as secretary for the De- partment of Guidance. EVERETT P. SMITH, B.S. Chemistry Born in Waterboro, Maine. Prepared at Kent's Hill. Was graduated from Colby College with a Bachelor of Science degree. Attended sum- mer sessions at Harvard and Bates. Principal at Mattawamkeag High School, submaster at Bar Harbor High School, principal at Potter Academy and Leavitt Academy. Came to Ed- ward Little in 1946. Has charge of debating, is faculty adviser of the business managers of the "Oracle", and is chairman of the committee on selling tickets at athletic games. Teaches chemistry at Bates College three afternoons each week. Page Seventeen f MISS MARGARET STONE, B.S. Educational Guidance and World Geography Born in Worcester, Massachusetts. Prepared at Holden High School, Holden, Massachusetts. Received the degree of Bachelor of Science in Education from State Teachers' College, Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1939. In the sum- mers of 1943, 19-15, 1946, and 1948, attended the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Before coming to Edward Little in 1943, she taught at Chapman, Maine and Rehoboth, Massachusetts. Working for Master of Guidance degree at Harvard University. Guidance Direc- tor of Sophomore Girls. MRS. ELAINE M. SYLVESTER Secretary In the fluiflanre Department Born in Harrison. Maine. Prepared at schools in South Paris and Auburn, Maine. Was gradu- ated from Edward Little High School in 1946. Came to Edward Little in 1947. Page Eighteen CLAYTON D IAYLOR Wbmluforking Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Went- worth Institute. Attended summer sessions at Gorham State Teachers' College and the Uni- versity of Maine. Taught at Webster junior High School. Served in the United States Navy Seahees. He is a member of the staff of the Vocational Department. . ARVARD V. WEBSTER, B.A. Director :rf Caidanee SILIIIIIIISIFV Born in Bangor, Maine. Prepared at Isleboro High School, Isleboro, Maine. lNas graduated in 1930, from University of Maine with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Did research work at Bangor State Hospital. Attended summer ses- sions at the University of Maine, Harvard Uni- versity, and Columbia University. Has taught extension courses for Boston University, Uni- versity Of Maine, and Bates College. Before coming to Edward Little in 1943. he taught in Casco, and was principal of the consolidated schools in Alfred, Maine. Has charge of testing and counseling in the Junior High Schools. Director of Guidance for the city of Auburn. Faculty manager of athletics. MISS DOROTHY WELLMAN, B.A. English Born in Lewiston, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree. Did one year graduate work at Bates College. Attended summer school at the University of Maine. In 1944, she came to Edward Little from VValton Junior High. Fac- ulty adviser for Senior Banquet and T.A,B. Secretaries. FRANK E. WUWMER, B.A. U. S, History Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Prepared at Lisbon Falls High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Taught for thirteen years in New England schools, besides coaching skiing and winter sports. Attended Advanced School in Army Training for two years. He previously coached winter sports at Webster Junior High School. Coaches golf. Faculty adviser of the Camera Club. Faculty adviser of the Student Legislature and the Junior Town Meeting radio show. 1 Helpmg Enme' 2. Browny"s abode! Page Nineteen lJwc'llc'y's Dwvlling. Ml'. Uwvllcy Mrs. Haydcn Xw., M MQ 1 .?".m 1 mm "You mn do it!" 1 , - 4 L...,,.,,Nm N.- "lJol1't ln' I.lll44'1iO Alllu-upwlm1'wwki11'E' Mrs. Amhurh Mrs. I'zu'kzml Thi' hvst prizc of ull! just 11 warning. Miss Downs Mr. Belleveau xy, K X I X 1 X .4 ' X ,f . I -f I K 3' -" K fmfial if 1 . A ignj ,Of I Q' ' Yr' 1 X . V . A D N x .R . N XR H N -Xxx. .xX-- .X . X fm- E ax X ,O Y is 1 f X f 3'-T T 4 7 ,L 'F f EW I . I 'i'll 4- 2' J v X + -l CHARLES ADAMS "Charlie" Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 19, 1932. Although Char1ie's schedule does not permit participation in extra-curric- ular activities, he takes an active interest in radio. MARY LOUISE ARSENAULT 'iMary Lou" Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 1, 1931. A quiet girl with a friendly smileg A niee personality and plenty of style. KENNETH CARLTON AUSTIN "Kenney" Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 20, 1931. A very jolly fellow with Curly hairg Kenneth is always welcome every- where. Swimming 23 Audio-Visual Aids -l. Page Twenty-two KENNETH LEE ALDEN ccKennyn Born in Lewiston, Me., june 30, 1932 Ken is a quiet, ever friendly guy. He loves to ski and can really make the hickories sing. Outing Club 4g Winter Sports 2, 3, 4g Carnival Committee 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aids 3, 45 Golf 2, 3. ALICE AUGER Born in Auburn, Me., May 7, 1931. Alice is a true friend with a pleasing smile, quiet with a friendly dispo- smon. AUDREY JEAN BARTLETT UAudyn Born in Lewiston, Me., Dee. 12, 1931. Audy has a super personality, is a lot of fun to be with, and is a good friend of all. "Oracle", Subscription Committee 4, G.A.A. 4. BEVERLY ANN BEAL Haw' Born in Lewiston Me. Ma 23 1932. 3 P y 3 A quiet miss with a pretty smile, Bev has been a credit to E.L. G.A.A. 2, 3, F.H.A. 3. S9 .A-.Fw--asf. 's- if-ww 'N BETTY JANE BALL uBBn- Born in Auburn, Me., Jan. 10, 1931. Betty is a quiet girl with beautiful hair. A swell girl to be with. Outing Club 4, Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 4, junior-Senior Committee 3, Dramatic Club 4, F.H.A. 2. WILLIAM ALFRED BAUER -'Billy' Born in Portland, Me., May 10, 1932. Billy has a friendly hello for every- one. One of our most active and popular seniors. Ninth Honor, "Station,' Staff 3, 4, Busi- ness Manager, "Oracle" 4, Business Man- ager, Latin Club 3, 4, President, Outing Club 4, President, Season Ticket Repre- sentative 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Usher at Graduation 3, Dra- matic Club 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 3, Talent Show 3, Senior Drama 4, Under- study, Stage Manager. CLAY GARY BEAL Born in Lewiston, Me., Aug. 29, 1932. From Greene he came, for Maine ' he's bound, an athlete, student, friend all-round. Football 4, Usher at Graduation 3. Pqge Twenly-llama LORETTA ANN BEAULIEU Born in Norway, Me., March 23, 1932. Loretta is quiet, but full of fun. You will never forget a friend like her. "Station" 2, Junior Class Ring Commit- tee 3. RUTH NANCY BELMONT "Ruthie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 24, 1932. Ruth is one of our peppy cheer- leaders who keep our spirits up, no matter what the score may be. Good- luck, Ruthie! "Station" Stafl' 2, Reporter 2, "Oracle" 4, Subscription Committee 4g Outing Club 2, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 3, 4, Carnival Committee 4, Candidate for Carnival Queen 4g Dramatic Club 4, Chorus 2g junior-Senior Committee 3, Decorations 3. GERALD HENRY BERNATCHEZ sscerrywv Born in Lewiston, Me., July ll, 1934. Here's to Gerry, one of our most mischievous members. Loves his music and good times. Band 23 Chorus 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, Talent Show 3. Page Twenty-fair MAXINE ANN BELL lKMaxl0 Born in Van Buren, Me., Apr. 17, 1932. A little girl with a beautiful com- plexion and lovely hair. Good luck in your nursing career, Maxine! "Oracle" Advertising Committee 4, Senior Council 4. THOMAS DINGLEY BENNETT "Tom" Born in Auburn, Me., April 20, 1931. Tom is that likable senior with nice curly hair. He's always around when there's fun to be had. Chorus 45 Swimming 4 3 Usher at Gradu- ation 3. Q "5 E lnnun.. JEANETTE THERESA BINETTE Glen!! Born in Lewiston, Me., July 2, 1931. Full of fun and fancy free, Jeanette always breezes along without a care. Outing Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Chorus 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Committee 2, Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4, Coronation 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. . cvfkxli 4. V 1 Y N ' 1' V" i l . . , rl 4 K -F-Z,,... . so THOMAS TARBOX BONNEY fST0m!! Born in Bath, Maine, May 19, 1932: Tommy is a friendly fellow who loves sports. He always plays the game fair and square and is loads of fun. Hi-Y 45 Chorus 3, Football 2, 35 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4g Usher at Graduation 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 4. :av 1 ROBERT HENRY BERUBE GlB0b0 Born in Brunswick, Me., May 23, 1930. Bob-never seen without his movie cameras! Very much interested in radio! Dramatic Club 4 5 Audio-Visual Aids 3, 45 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Electrician. PAUL STAFFORD BLOUIN "P. S. B." Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 23, 1930. Quiet until you get to know him, Paul is actually full of fun. He loves corny jokes. Senior Drama 4, Carpenter, "Oracle" 4, Art Committee. BEVERLY JANE Boornnv -'Bw' Born in Lewiston, Me., May 12, 1933. A small girl with loads of pep, our Bev is always on the go. "Oracle" 4, Advertisement 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Representative 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Com- mittee 3 5 Carnival Committee 3, 45 Dra- matic Club 3, 4, Talent Show 45 Senior Drama 4, Understudyg G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Page Twenty-ive PAUL EMILE BOUCHER uB0bn Born in Auburn, Me., Oct. 16, 1931. We call him Bob, his name is Paul, An all-around athlete, His store of pep will never fail: A better friend, you'll never meet. Student Council 3, 4, "Oracle" 4, Adver- tising 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming 23 Junior-Senior Usher 23 Track 2: Baseball 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Talent Show 3. LORRAINE ALBERTA BOUCHLES "Lnn"' Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 12, 1930, Tall, dark, always a lady, Lorraine is nice to know. Outing Club 33 Chorus 3. SHERMAN RICHARD BRADBURY "Sherm" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 6, 1932, A perfect gentleman and very friend- ly, Sherm is happiest when he has a football or baseball in his hands. Student Council 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4' Football 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4. Page Twenty-six ,FS RAYMOND RALPH BOUCHER 2 NBush,I Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 3, 1932. Ray has a sense of humor that cannot be surpassed. A fellow who likes to have fun in classes as well as outside of school. Chorus 3, 4, Football 45 Track 3, 4. ROBERT LOUIS BOURISK ccBob91 Born in Mexico, Me., jan. 14, 1932 Bob is one of our Hashiest dressers and best dancers. He loves parties and gaiety. Good luck Bob! aeleu, Art Committee 4. Chorus 3, Teen-age Book Club 2, "Or- PAULINI-3 MARY JANE BRETON "Polly" Born in Auburn, Me., June 30, 1931. Pauline is one of our neatest dressers. She's seemingly quiet, but if you know her, she's full of fun. "Oracle" Advertising Committee 45 Out- ing Club 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Carnival Committee, Usher at Coronation 3, Junior Senior Executive Committee, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, "Debbie Teen" Candi- date 3, WILLIAM BRIDGHAM liBridg!! Born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 1, 1932. Quiet and well-liked by all, a nice fellow to know and full of fun- That's Bill. Football 3, 4, Track 3, Usher at Gradua- tion 3, Senior Drama 4, Carpenter. fi jj,, ..f',.!'G'-'YJF' ' 1, hifi: 'A Q f y .Www I B ROGER WILLIAM BRANN Born in Auburn, Me., May 20, 1931. Who has seen Roger when he wasn't cheerful and ready with a pleasant word? He's right on the beam in the swimming pool. Swimming 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCIS BRETON 'SSno0 ku,ms" Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 9, 1930. Friendly, neat, likable and ambitious, Bob will be a success in any vocation he chooses. Football 43 Baseball 3, 4. GERALD FREDERICK BRIGGS srcerryl Born in Lewiston, Me., june 19, 1931. Here's a boy who's not outspoken, To know him is to smile, for His line of talk is never broken, He's happy all the while. Hi-Y 4, Football 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4. Page Twenty-seven RUTH ANNE BRINDLEY UBHWI! Born in Fort Fairfield, Me., Apr. 29, 1932. You can always tell when Brin's around, The place will shine and shake. Her advice is always sound, And your heart she'll surely take. Fourth Honor, "Oracle" 4, Editor 45 Out- ing Club 2, 3, 4g Band 3, Librarian 35 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Librari- an 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, Decorations and Checkroomg Carnival Committee 2, 3, 43 Executive Committee 3, Usher at coro- nation 35 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Chairman of Student Coaches 45 Senior Play Read- ing Committee 43 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4: Senior Drama 4, Tickets. ELIZABETH ANNE BROWN nBettyn Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 20, l932. Betty is a very stylish dresser. She has talent in art and dramatics. Her sense of humor keeps us happy. "Oracle" 4, Personals 4, Art Committee 45 Latin Club 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2g,G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Carnival Com- mittee 2, 3, 4, Usher at Coronation 4: Dramatic Club 3, 43 Junior Town Meet- ing 4, Co-manager 4: Talent Shows 2, 3, 45 Senior Drama 4. JEANNETTE ELAINE BUCK illanll Born in Lewiston, Me., March 23, 1932. jan is very neat and trim. A swell girl who's never grim. Outing Club 3, Order of Gregg Artists 45 Chorus 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Book Club 4, Secretary, Carnival Com- mittee 3, Decorationsg Y Teens 2. Page Twenty-eight DOROTHY JOAN BROOKER "Dadie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 23, 1932 "Dodo", our pretty classmate, may seem quiet, but she's fun to know and to be with. "Station" Staff 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3 Chorus 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. REGINALD BERNARD BROWN "Brownie" Born in Durham, Me., Sept. 8, 1931. Reggie is friendly and quiet. ge likes to play baseball and to go horseback- riding. Student Council 25 Season Ticket Repre- sentative 35 Senior Drama 4, Carpenter 'Z NORMAN JESSE BURNS csRedsn Born in Auburn, Me., June 22, 1931. His copper hair tops a swell guy who's full of prowess on the football field Football 2, 3, 4, Usher at Graduation 3. DIANE MAE CECILE CAOUETTE unin Born in Skowhegan, Me., Feb. 10, 1932. Diane may seem quiet, but her charming personality has made her many friends. Outing Club 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Rep- resentative 3, 45 Order of Gregg Artists 45 Season Ticket Representative 2 5 G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Carnival Committee 2, 3. .. , ,Vw ARNOLD JACOBS BURGESS "Amie" Born in Livermore, Me., June 18, 1932. Arnie is a good-natured little guy who goes cheerfully along from day to day. Teen-Age Book Club 3. MARILYN ALICE BUTLER "Mimi" Here's a small, sweet girl with per- sonality plus. She's always seen running around with a friendly "Hi". Outing Club 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Assembly Board, Secretary, Dramatic Club 4, F.H.A. 35 Talent Show 4. ALICE EMMA CAPEN HAIQQ Born in Portland, Me., March 7, 1931. Al has a cute dimple in her cheek which accentuates that pretty smile of hers. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Page Twenty-nine Born in Norway, Maine, Oct., 4, 1931. ,, ,,m,P, '94 I I I 3 1 4 1 ui 1 -'F Q' I .ta-, ,I . NANCY LILLIAN CAPEN Swan!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Aug. 30, 1932. Pretty as a picture, Nancy always has a witty remark. One of our best-na- tured gals. Order of Gregg Artists 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 Y Teens 2, 3. DORIS EVA CARRIER "Dania" Born in Auburn, Me., Aug. 11, 1931. A very cute girl who is loads of fun: Doris is bound to be a success. Order of Gregg Artists 4. EVA LEORA CHEETHAM Born in Wayne, Maine, June 12, 1932. A pretty smile and cheery disposition make Eva the swell girl we all know. Page Thirty VALERIE FRANCES CARR ssyaln Born in Lewiston, Me, Feb. 3, 1933. Valerie's dancing has made her wcll- known here at E.L., and we certainly hope it brings her much success. "Station" Staff 4, Reporter 45 Outing Club 3 5 Junior Red Cross Representative 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Talent Shows 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 4. JOHN GAYTON CARRIGAN csjohnnyvr Born in Lewiston, Me., july 23, 1932. Johnny is a little ball of fire. Always fun to have around, he should go far in the world. Ninth Honor, Student Council 3, 4, Sea- son Ticket Representative 4. MYRTIE MAE CLARK llMynn Born in Merrill Me. Au. 30 1931. I 3 g 3 Shining eyes and pretty hair, and a personality that can't be compared- this is Myrtie. Chorus 3. DONALD BRUCE COBB SKD0nll Born in Auburn, Me., April 10, 1932. A pleasing personality, humor, and blg, broad shoulders are just a few of Don's assets. Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 4g Usher at Graduation 3. BEATRICE CHILD ssBean Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 19, 1932 "Bea" is one of our most dependable members. She enjoys working in the hospital. We know she'll make a ine nurse. Latin Club 4, Chorus 45 G.A.A. 45 Dra- matic Club 4. ALICE LOUISE CLUKEY ' HAZ!! Born in Chester, Maine, Oct. 26, 1932 Alice is a very good-natured girl with one of the prettiest complexions we've ever seen. Chorus 3, Teen-Age Book Club 2, 3. FRANKLIN BRUCE COLE "Frank" Born in Portland, Me., July 8, 1932. Franklin is a fine musician. His fingers tickle the ivories in a way that leads to easy listening. "Station', Staff 43 Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Usher at Graduation 3, Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Props. Page Thirty-one NANCY ELIZABETH COLE "Nan" Born in Lewiston, Me., Aug. 27, 19311. Nancy abounds with nice qualities, with warmth and friendliness that have made her popular with all her classmates. "Oracle", Chairman of Personals Com- mittee 4g Latin Club 3, 4, Outing Club 3 4, Order of Gregg Artists 4: Band 2, 3, -1: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Teen-Age Book Club 32 Representative State Teachers' Conven- tion 45 Carnival Committee, Gifts and Tickets 3, 4, Chairman 4: Dramatic Clul- 3, 45 junior Town Meeting 3, 4, President 4g Junior State Legislature 4, Candidate for Governor 43 Senior Drama 4. LUCILLE LORETTE MARGARET COMEAU -'Law' Born in Auburn, Me., jan. 27, 1932. A tall girl who excels in athletics! Lou's personality has won her many friends. Teen-Age Book Club 4, Secretary, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND ORLANDO COREY, JR. "Shorts" Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 7, 1932. Ray is one of our quiet yet well-liked members. Best of luck to you Ray! "Oracle" 4g Outing Club 4, Dramatic' Club 45 Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3, 4. Page Thirty-two v . 3 ii K is it SHIRLEY LOUISE COLEMAN "Shirl" Born in Lewiston, Me., May 20, 1932 Shirl hopes to be an airline hostess. For that, one has to be Grade A, and we're sure she is. "Oracle" 4, Typist 4, Outing Club 3 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3, 4- DONALD LEE COREY Born in Auburn, Me., Aug. 22, 1931 A fellow who loves to fool around with anything mechanical-Don has many friends here at E.L. Winter Sports 2. CONSTANCE CORRIVEAU "Connie" Born in Lewiston, Me., July 31, 1932. Shining blond hair and eyes so blue, We all like Connie and so will you. Outing Club 3, 4, Chorus 4, G.A.A. 3, Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. 2. MARGARET ANN CROKE upeggys Born in Boston, Mass., Oct. 18, 1932. Peg is an energetic miss with bright Irish eyes and continual gaiety. Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Libra- rian 3, Head Librarian 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, Carnival Committee 3 Dramatic Club 3, 4, "Debbie Teen" Can- didate 2. LOIS AUDREY CORNISH Born in Bath, Maine, jan. 10, 1933 Lois is a girl with a lovely smile that has made her well-known to her classmates. ROBERT MYLES COX uBobv Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb. 14, 1932 Bob wants to plant his stake in the television field. He is good-looking, quiet, and friendly. With these assets he is bound to succeed. CORA EFFIE CROUSE "Crou.sey" Born in Crouseville, Me., Feb. 20, 1933. Always friendly and always gay 5 On her report card she usually gets HAH' Third Honor, "Station" Stafl' 4, Reporter, "Oracle", Subscription Committee 4, Out- ing Club 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 3, Refreshments, F.H.A. 3, Junior Town Meeting 4. Page Thirty-three SUSANNE VANCE CROWLEY usuen Born in Portland, Me., Dec. 3, 1931. Sue has beautiful features and a sparkling personality. As our head majorette-she is loaded with charm and poise. Latin Club 2, 3, Aedile 2, Outing Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 33 Head Majorette 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Candidate for Queen 4: Assembly Board 2, 35 Dramatic Club 3, Al: Talent Shows 2, 3, 43 "Debbie Teen" Candida'e 21 Senior Drama 4. ALFRED RICHARD CYR l6DiCk9! Born in Fort Kent, Me., July 21, 1931. He seems quiet and quite shy, but we who know him agree he's a regu- lar guy. RICHARD LINWOOD DAVIDSON "Dave" Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 4, 1931. A very quiet boy who has many friends, Dave is a credit to his class. Band 2, Teen-Age Book Club 2. Page Thirty-four ,Wei Mitt. FANNIE FERN CURTIS "Curt" Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec, 30, 1931. A tall girl who is always welcome to any group. Fernls quiet manner and pretty smile have made her a favor- ite among her classmates. "Oracle" 4, Typist, Outing Club 2, 3g Chorus 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Carnival Coin- mittee 3, Refreshments, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. M . Qt MICHAEL FRANCIS DACEY Born in Holyoke, Mass., March 23, 1932. Mike's got the perfect answer for every question. At debating he excels. Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Debating 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Track 23 Winter Sports, Man- ager 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Business Manager. MARIE JUDITH DEE Hjudyl Born in Providence, R. I., May 22, 1931 A slender miss with pretty hair- judy is always ready with an appro- priate joke. Order of Gregg Artists 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. ROBERT DESJARDINS llBob!! Born in Auburn, Me., Nov. 15, 1931. A good athlete-shows perseverance and ability, especially in track. Chorus 4, Track 3, 4. j OAN DAWES MJD!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 16, 1931. Dependable, ambitious, a good sport, and true friend, Joan is all these and much more. Sixth Honor, Student Council 2, 3, Maine Student Council, Vice President 4, "Oracle" 4, Editor, Latin Club 2, 3, Aedile 2, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Chorus 2, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 3, 4, Decora- tions, D.A.R. Candidate 4, Senior Coun- cil 4. MARGUERITE DEE lKMaggie,, Born in Providence, R. I., May 14, 1932. A swell little dancer - Maggie is always on the go. Her friendly man- ner has endeared her to us. Order of Gregg Artists 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 4. CONSTANCE THERESA DIONNE "Connie" Born in Auburn, Maine, Jan. 6, 1932. Neatness and a lovely smile are two of Connie's many nice qualities which make her as sweet as she is. Chorus 2. Page Thirty-five JOHN DONOVAN ujackn Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 8, 1932. A very active fellow-we have yet to see Jack silent. He's done a swell job as band manager. Debating 25 Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 31 Band 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, Usher at Gradua- tion 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3, Junior Town Meeting 2, 33 Junior-Senior Committee 35 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ELAINE DUNN "Shirl" Born in Swampscott, Mass., Dec. 10, 1931, In addition to her lovely face, Shirl has a beautiful voice, pep, and per- sonality plus. How can she help being a success? "Station" Staff 3, 4, Girls' Sports Editor 4, Reporter 3g Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Chor- us 3, 4, President 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aids 2g Senior Play Reading Committee 45 jun- ior-Senior Committee, Decorations 35 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Play Reading Chair- man 4g Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Carnival Queen 45 "Oraclel' 4, Person- als Committee, Art Committee 4, Senior Drama 4, Understudy. REGINALD WALTER EMERY uReggien Born in Auburn, Me., June 19, 1931. "A smile for every fellow and two for every girl!" Senior Drama 4, Carpenter. Page Thirty-six ROBERTA EVELYN DUNN "Bobbie" Born in Poland, Me., March 18, 1932 Bobbie's pretty face combined with her pleasing personality add up to one of our most attractive seniors. DONALD RUSSELL DU PREY "Don" Born in Auburn, Me., Nov. 5, 1931 His quiet disposition and friendly smile win him many companions. ,fiat hw h RUTH ELAINE FARNUM "Farmer" Born in New Gloucester, Me., Feb. 3, '32. During her three years here at E.L. Elaine has worked hard and long for the band. Everything she undertakes is done well. "Oracle" 4, Art Committee, Band 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 25 Talent Show 2. ROBERT JASON FOGEL "Bob" Born in Lynn, Mass, April 11, 1932. Bob is one of our most talkative de- baters. His sense of humor has made many of our classes just a little bit more enjoyable. "Oracle" 4, Advertising Committee 4, Debating 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Sec- retary 4, National Forensic League 2, 3, 4, Degrees of Merit, Honor, Excellence, and Distinction, Usher at Graduation 33 Junior Town Meeting 3, 43 Maine Junior State Legislature 3, 4. RUTH JACKSON ESTES Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 18, 1932. There's never a dull moment when Ruthie's around. A good sport and a grand friend to have. Ruthie is a favorite with all of us. Library Proctors' Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 Outing Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Book Club 3, Carnival Committee 4, Usher at Coronation 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Junior Town Meeting 3, 43 Talent Shows 2, 4g Senior Drama 4, Understudy. MARTHA ELIZABETH FIELD "Mami" Born in Lewiston, Me., May 25, 1932. She looks quiet, but she's just brim- ming over with fun. The class of '50 is proud indeed of Martha. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Fashion Editor 3, Feature Editor 4, Outing Club 25 Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Chorus 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age.Book Club 25 Junior-Senior 3, Decoration, Dramatic Club 3, "Oracle" 4, Personals 4. FRANK MARTIN FOLSOM s:Hanks9 Born in Lynn, Mass., Jan. 17, 1933. Whiz-There goes a tall fellow with a shock of blond hair. Who else could it be but Frankie? Student Council 2, 45 "Station" Staff 4, Reporter, "Oracle" 4, Business Manager, Advertising Committee, Latin Club 2: Season Ticket Representative 2, 4, Band 2, 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Junior- Senior Committee 2, Usher, Usher at Graduation 3, Carnival Committee 33 Key Club 2, 3, 4. Page Thirty-seven JOHN FORTIN l ulacku Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 8, 1929. i Jack is a well-known veteran, noted for his good looks and cooperative spirit. Student Council 43 Season Ticket Repre- sentative 4g Chorus 45 Football 2 5 Basket- ball 2g Winter Sports 2. CECIL GEORGE FRANCIS "Buster" Born in Farmington, Me., July 17, 1932. Better known as "Buster", Cecil is a great guy, especially on the gridiron. Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4-5 Usher at Graduation 35 Audio-Visual Aids 4. ROGIIV. JOSEPH GARDNER ssRoKI Born in Auburn, llc., Jan. 21, 1931. Roger is a willing worker with a disposition that m.iny Af us envy. We all wish him the best cf everything. Chorus 2, 3, Swimming 4. , Page Thirty-eight JOAN BARBARA FOURYIER H1099 Born in Lewiston, Me., Jan. 2, 1932. A sweet girl with a swell sense of humor -Joan enjoys bookkfcping. G.A.A. 2. RITA THERESA GAGNON nRi'zyn Born in Lewiston, Me., May 1, 1932. A loyal friend, a good student, a neat dresser, and a super personality make Rita the wonderful person that she is. Seventh Honor, Latin Club 3gXOuting Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Rgjresenta- tive 3, 4g President 3, Order at Gregg Artists 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 23 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 3g Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, Carnival lCommittee 33 Candidate for Carnival Queen 4, "Y" Teens 2, 35 "Debbie Teen" Candidate 2, 35 Senior Council Representative 4. "gg, RITA MARIE GASTONGUAY "Riu" Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 23, 1932. A girl with a wealth of ambition, Rita also graduates from the Chicago School of Nursing this June. Latin Club 2, 3, Season Ticket Repre- sentative 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Talent Show 3. ROMEO ADRIEN GIRARD "Rome" Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 2, 1931. Romeo without a practical joke? "Impossible!" we say. He's full of fun, a regular pal, In each and every way. Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 45 Outing Club 33 Football 2, 3, Basketball, Assistant Man- ager 2, 3, Manager 4, Track 11, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. JEAN LORRAINE GARNS "Jeanie" Born in Lewiston, Me., jan. 1, 1932. Jean's sincerity and friendliness have made her well liked by her class- mates. She has worked hard on our "Station". "Station Staff" 4, G.A.A. 2. GERTRUDE CORA GIRARD "Genie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Jan. 5, 1933. Little giggles heard around the class come from Gertie. Liked by all. "Oracle" 4, Typing Committee 45 Chorus 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, 3. GEORGETTE BLANCHE GOBEIL "George,' Born in Auburn, Me., june 23, 1931. Georgette is always on hand when there is something to be done. Full of fun and pep-Georgette is tireless. Outing Club 45 Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, Carnival Committee 3, 4, Decorations 2, 3, Invitations 3, 4, Chairman 4, Gifts 3: Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. 4. Page Thi rty-ni nf' MARIAN ROSE GOLDBERG "Mimi" Born in Lewiston, Mc., Oct. 30, 1931. Marion is a friend to all and a real delight in any class. G.A.A. 3, 41 Senior Drums: 4, Ticlu-ts. FRANKLIN I-IASKELL GOSS "F ran ide" Born in Auburn, Mc., May ll, I9fil. Frankic's interest is television. So "look to the future" with Goss! Season Ticket Representative 23 Chorus l, RICHARD TAYLOR HAGAN --Dick" Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb. 19, 1933. Dick can nr-ver sit still, nor can he stop his chatter. But all in all he's loads of fun: could we ask more of anyone? Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Debating 2, Outing Club 3, 4: Chorus 45 Carnival Committee 43 Dramatic Club 3, -ig Junior Town Meeting 3: Senior Drama 4, Tickets. Page Forty JEAN BARBARA GOODWIN njeanien Born in Auburn, Me., March 5, 1932 Jean is very quiet and businesslike, but she has a smile for everyone. junior Red Cross Representative 2 Band 2. ELIZABETH LOUISE GURNEY ssLizzyn Born in Mechanic Falls, Me., july 14, '33 "For we, which now behold these present days, Have eyes to wonder, but lack tongues to praise." "Oracle" 4, Typist. DORIS ARLENE HALL "Dot" Born in Mechanic Falls, Me., june 15, '33. Dot is shy, but very sweet We find her very hard to beat. Outing Club 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Senior Drama 4, Tickets. GLORIA ANN I-IALLIDAY "Glo" Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 19, 1931. A sweet girl with a real Hair for art, Gloria is a nice pe:son to know. "Oracle", Art Committee 45 Carnvial Committee 4. ALVAH BENJAMIN I-IAGGETT HAI!! Born in Waterville, Me., May 4, 1931. His assets are many, his faults are few, Looking for a friend? You'l1 find him true. CONSTANCE ANN HALLE "Connie" Born in Augusta, Me., July 23, 1931. She's a gal with a heart of gold, and a beau in Massachusetts, I've been told. Outing Club 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, junior-Senior Committee 2, Carnival Committee 35 "Oracle" 4, Typist. HERBERT SYLVESTER HAMMOND trslimts Born in Lewiston, Me., June 21, 1932. Herbie has a marvelous speaking voice, and a rapid technique on the clarinet. His wonderful personality and good-natured humor have brightened our halls for three years now. "Station" Staff, Writer 3, Photographer 4, "Oracle", Advertising Manager 43 De- bating 3, 4, President 4, National Forensic League, Degrees of Honor, Merit, Excel- lence, and Distinction, Band 2, 3, 4, President 4 5 Usher at Graduation 33 Jun- ior Town Meeting 3, 4, Co-Manager 4, Senior Play Reading Committee 43 Senior Drama 4. Page F arty-one RONALD ALTON HART "Ronnie" Born in Lewiston, Me., July ll, 1932. Tall, dark, and handsome--Ronnie is very clever at woodworking. Chorus 35 Football 3, 4. BEATRICE LORRAINE HEBERT llBeaU Born in Auburn Me. Nov. 25 1932. 3 I I Bea always looks as if she had just stepped out of a bandbox. Her neat appearance is equaled only by her swell personality. Order of Gregg Artists 4g G.A.A. 2g Teen- Age Book Club 2 3 Y Teens 2. RONALD JOSEPH HECKER "Ronnie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb. 4, 1933. Ronnie's good-natured humor and friendly attitude have won him many friends. Outing Club 35 Chorus 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4. Page F arty-two WILLIAM STANLEY HASKELL Born in Winthrop, Me., Nov. 12, 1930. A newcomer to E.L.-friendly, often quiet, but a lot,of pep lurks behind his twinkling eyes. HEBERT CARL HECKER "Herbie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 7, 1931. Herb is one of the gay and 'happy- go-lucky members of the class. He's a whiz at math. We wish him loads of luck after graduation. Library Proctors' Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Season Ticket Representative 3, 4g Chorus 3. M if PJ fl!! W Uywy, . JR W R 2 ARLINE BERNICE HODGKIN ifflodgyyl Born in Auburn, Me., july 17, 1932. Take a measure of charm, add a bit of a smile, top it off with friendliness and you have our recipe for Hodgy. "Oracle" 4, Subscription 4, Typist 45 Outing Club 2, 3 g Order of Gregg Artists 33 Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Carnival Committee 3, Refreshments 3, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. LILLIAN NORMA HODSDON L6Bunny9, Born in Auburn, Me., Oct. 30, 1931. Bunny is a very thoughtful girl who has added much to our class. Y-Teens 3. WINFIELD LESLIE HILDRETH Born in Lewiston, Me., July 22, 1932. Quiet and friendly, neat and nice, Windy's good nature will always suffice. K'Oracle", Typing Committee 45 Audio- Visual Aids 4. ELIZABETH IDA HODGKIN uBeu,yn Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 1, 1932. Friendly, lots of fun to know. Betty has a sunny disposition which makes her welcome in any group. Outing Club 45 Chorus 25 G.A.A. 2, Car- nival Committee 4. EILEEN JOAN HOWARD Born in Ravenna, Ohio, Sept. 29, 1932. We haven't enough room to list all her nice qualities, but we know there couldn't be anyone with a better per- sonality or a sweeter disposition. Class Office 2, Vice-President, "Oracle" 4, Subscriptions 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Representative, Teen-Age Book Club 2, 45 Carnival Com- mittee 2, 3, 43 Carnival Queen 4, Senior Play Reading Committee 4, Chairman 43 Senior Drama 4, Tickets. Page F orty-three CALVIN JOSEPH HOWLETT usonnyn Born in Hartford, Conn., Nov. 17, 1932. Call him Cal, call him Sonny, Full of fun, free with money. Loyal Wildcat, not very tall, He does all right at basketball. Hi-Y 4, Basketball 3, 4, Key Club 4. JUNE MARIE HUTCHINSON lljuniai Born in Buckfield, Me., June 27, 1932. Our very energetic head-cheerleader! Junie is a favorite with her class- mates. Student Council 3 g Junior Class Ring Committee 35 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Representative 25 Season Tick- et Representative 2 5 Chorus 2 3 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Head Cheerleader 4, Carnival Committee 43 Dramatic Club 4g Candi- date for Carnival Queen 3, 4. NORMAN JAMES "Norm" Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 24, 1931. Norm's swimming ability paced his teammates to many victories. A fine free-stylist, he's quite at home in the water. Swimrving 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. Page F ony-four CAROL JEAN HOWLETT Born in Hartford, Conn., Nov. 17, 1932. A petite miss who excels in sports- Carol is always dashing down the corridors on the way to one of her numerous activities. "Oraclel' 4, Subscriptions 4, Personals 4, Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, Junior Rep- resentative 3, Latin Club 3 45 O-uting Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, Decorations 3, Carnival Committee 2, 3, 45 Junior Town Meeting 45 Usher at Coronation 4, Senior Council Representa- tive 45 Talent Shows 2, 4, Senior Drama 4, Tickets, Stage Decorations. MARY-ANN ,moons ufaken Born in Lewiston, Me., March 27, 1932. Don't take this wrong, She's not a boy, Although they call her "Jake". She's full of wisdom, fun, and joy, Your friendship she will make. Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Representative 2, Treasurer 45 Carnival Committee 33 Dra- matic Club 3, 4, Candidate for Carnival Queen 45 "Debbie Teen" Candidate 2. 'tm' 1ap.fi.:astsf. A JOAN PEARL JOHNSON GIJoe!! Born in Auburn, Me., Jan. 10, 1932. "Happiness is like time and space- we make and measure it ourselves." ROBERT EDWARD JORDAN ..B0b,, Born in Littleton N. H. Se t. 30 1932. I 7 P I Bob is well known to hoop fans as a top-flight ball-handler and team player. He is also noted for his sing- ing in many voices and keys for the entertainment of his teammates. Student Council 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Usher at Graduation 35 B lseball 3, 4. ELLEN IDA JILLSON Born in West Paris, Me., July 29, 1932. A very willing worker, Ellen has labored long and hard for our band. Outing Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 45 Junior-Senior Committee 3, Y Teens 2, 3, 45 Senior Drama 4, Tickets. MARLENE RAE JORDAN "Szu,bby" Born in Lewiston, Me., Jan. 13, 1932. A sweet girl with a lovely voice, Marlene is really swell! Junior Red Cross Representative 35 Chor- us 2, 3g F.H.A. 2. ALICE LOUISE JOY HAI!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 20, 1931. One of our peppy cheerleaders-Al's twinkling blue eyes indicate her sunny disposition. Outing Club 4, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Carnival Commit- tee 45 Dramatic Club 4, Y-Teens 2 5 F.H.A. 2. Page F arty-Eve RAY LABBE Born in Auburn, Me., April 12, 1932. Ray is that tall blond boy from New Auburn who excels in hockey. He's well-known as a good sport who always appreciates a good joke. Chorus 2, 3, 4. LIONEL ROMEO LACHANCE Killcfiyi, Born in Lewiston, Me., jan. 27, 1932. Lefty is really at home on the hick- ories. His spectacular jumping has thrilled us all. Outing Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 43 Winter Sports 3, 4. NORMAND LAMBERT "Norm" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 26, 1930. Norm seems quiet, But a friendly "hello" has he. Once you get to know him, He's as witty as can be. Page Forty-six FRANCES EVA LACHANCE "Fran" Born in Auburn, Me., Aug. 21, 1931. F rances' sincerity and mannerly ways have made her a permanent part of our class memories. G.A.A. 2, 45 Audio-Visual Aids, Office 3, 4 5 Talent Show 3. ROBERT NORMAN LALIBERTE "Bob" Born in Auburn, Maine, May 9, 1932. Bob is a very active fellow whose friendliness has made our days here very pleasant. Outing Club 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 4. um .5 ,, , V WILFRED ETIENNE LANGELIER Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 6, 1931. A grand fellow with a swell person- ality. Though quiet and serious, he's still lots of fun. AN ITA GEORGETTE LAPOIN TE Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 14, 1931. She flashes a sparkling smile for everyone who goes by - And oh! those dancing blue eyes. Outing Club 2, 3g Chorus 2, 45 G.A.A. 23 'LDebbie Teen" Candidate 2. TI'lEODORE LANE "Ted" Born in Lewiston, Me., Jan. 11, 1932. Who is that handsome guy? Always neat and full of fun. Teddy's smile has won him many friends. Student Council 2, 4, Hi-Y 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 43 Escort at Coronation 4g Track 3. ARTHUR EVERETT LAPHAM "Artie" Born in Winthrop, Me., May 9, 1932. Mexico's loss is our gain, An athlete all around. His personality has no staing And to Castine he's bound. Ninth Honor, Football 4g Key Club 4g Dramatic Club 45 Senior Drama 4, Car- penter. PHILIP RONALDO LAPOINTE "Phil" Born in Auburn, Me., April 7, 1930. A short fellow with a pleasing smile - quiet - agreeable - easy to get along with. Page F orty-seven ANNETTE .IEANNE LeBLANC uA nn!! Born in Auburn, Me., June 25, l932. Annette may seem quiet, but those who know her marvel at her ready wit. Outing Club 2, 3, Order of Gregg Artists 45 Chorus 2, 43 Carnival Committee 2. JOSEPH LELANSKY II aloe!! Born in Auburn, Me., june 15, 1931. joe is a hard working fellow who is tops when it comes to getting some- thing accomplished. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant Sports Editor 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4, "Oracle" 43 Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 3g Swimming 2, 33 Track 2g Junior-Senior Committee 3, Executive Committee: Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4. Chairman Carnival Ball Committee 3' Dramatic Club 3, 4, Executive Committee 33 junior Town Meeting 4g Senior Drama 4-, Business Manager. REGINALD ERVIN LITTLEFIELD uReggien Born in Lewiston, Me., june 20, 1932. Reggie is rather quiet but is well known for his friendly smile. He's a good athlete and a swell guy to know. Key Club 4. Page F arty-eight ROSE'-MARIE GERMAINE LEGENDRE tsRase9J Born in Auburn, Maine, May 8, 1932. A swell girl with a wonderful dispo-v sitiong Rose is never seen without her sweet smile. Latin Club 33 Outing Club 2, 3, Order of Gregg Artists 43 Band 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2. NORMAN ADELARD LEWIS KLACHANCEJ Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. l2, 1930. If you want to see the pins knocked down, watch Norm bowl. I-le's a whiz at this sport! Baseball 4. JOHN FREDERICK LUNT "Johnny" Born in Weymouth, Mass., Mar. 6, 1933. Johnny's always been friendly with his classmates. A real help in the chorus. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aids 3. IACQUELINE CLAUDETTE MAILHOT "Jackie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, Oct. 8, 1931. Sweet, neat, and petite, Jackie's one who can't be beat. Outing Club 3, Band 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Camival Committee 3. JEANETTE ELIZABETH LUCE ujennyn Born in Auburn, Me., Nov. 21, 1931. A girl so sweet, so gay, and charm- ing as Jeanette would certainly be hard to End. "Station" 25 Band 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 4g Cheerleader 3, 4, "Debbie Teen" Can- didate 2. JOHN GREGORY MACCORMACK "Johnnie" Born in Portland, Me., Nov. 27, 1931. Although John is new at E.L., he has won many friends. Best of luck John! Basketball 45 Baseball 4. HAROLD JAMES MARCHANT, JR. Born in Boston, Mass., June 14, 1931. Harold is always seen dashing around in his swell car. Page Forty-nine ,IACQUELIN E FERNANDE MARCOTTE "Jackie" Born in Berlin, N. H., Feb. 14, 1933 Her quiet unassuming manner Makes Jackie quite Z1 charmer. DAVID DUANE MARSH "Dave" Born in Lewiston, Me., Ort. 9, 1931 Dave is very handsome and manly. He is also very Clever on skiis. Winter Sports 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE MAYBU RY "Bob" Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb, 19, 1932 Sheepish grin, and sparkling eyes, Bob is one of the nicest guys! Basketball V. 25 Track 33 Key Club 4. Page Fi fly RAYMOND PAUL MARCOTTE Born in Lewiston, Me., jan. 30, 1932. Ray likes to clown, his cheerful dis- position and friendly smile make him an addition to any class. Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4. RICHARD STANLEY MATHEWS CuMauyH Born in New Bedford, Mass., July 7, 1931. We all know Diek's curly hair and easy manner. He is good at all sports, but is especially known for his basketf ball and skiing. Student Council 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Winter Sports 4, Baseball 2, 3, -lg Key Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT THURSTON MESERVE nBob99 Born in Portland, Me., july 17, 1932. Bob is the most active fellow in our class. His super-good humor and friendly greetings will be remembered by students and teachers alike. Class Ofhce, Vice-President 3, 45 Student Council 35 Latin Club 2g Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Assembly Board 2, 3, 4, Student Chairs- man 4g Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4g Escort at Coronation 41 Senior Drama 4, Business Manager. MARJORIE LELA MOODY :rMargen Born in Lewiston, M-e., Sept. 12, 1931. Here's that extra piece of sweetness, Like some sugar for your tea, Who's this little ray of sunshine? Look for Margie and you'll see. Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2. JUNE KATHERINE McGILVERY ujunien Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 1, 1932. June came to us this year from Cony. We wish she'd come earlier as she is a swell addition to any class. Latin Club 45 G.A.A. 43 Junior Town Meeting 4, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. DANIEL ARTHUR MILLER unannyn Born in Lynn, Mass., October 3, 1932. Tall, dark, and very handsome 5 Dan- ny is one of our more active seniors. Ninth Honor, "Oracle',, Advertising Committee 4, Latin Club 3, Swimming 3, Baseball 35 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Junior Town Meeting 35 Senior Drama 4, Tick- ets. MARILYN MAE MOORE Born in Lewiston, Me., March 6, 1932. Mari1yn's friendly and very nice manner has endeared her to us all. Library Proctors, Club 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2. Page , F i fry-one RUSSELL BLANCHARD MOORS URILSSD! Born in Lewiston, Mc., April 23, 1932. Russ really goes to town when he lets loose on the baritone. His band work deserves every Commendation. Outing Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4. THERESE MONIQUE NADEAU aayserryn Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. ll 1932. Terry is full of pep and loads of fun. Could anyone ask for more? Latin Club 3, 4, Outing Club 2, 3, Band 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee, Coronation 2, 3, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. LELAND LEANDER NELSON, JR. "Junior" Born in Auburn Me. Au . 23 l g , 931. Leland is quiet, and rbserved. He has all the ability that's needed for suc- cess. Page F iffy-nm MARY ANN MORRELL Born in Lewiston, Me., july 19, 1932. A quiet girl with plenty of what it takes, Mary Ann is sure to be sue- cessful. DONALD WENTWORTH NASON Born in Portland, Me., April 24, l933. Don has all the qualities for success -- a fine sense of humor, a good- natured smile, ambition, and persc- verance, all these and many more are his. Fifth Honor, Student Council 2, "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, 4, "Oracle", Personals Committee 4, Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, junior Town Meeting 3, 4, Co- Manager 4, Talent Show 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Carnival Committee 3, Pub- licity, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Deco- rations, Swimming 2, 3, Manager 3, Senior Drama 4. BEVERLY ESTELLE OAKES "Bev" Born in Rangeley, Me., Dec. 25, 1931 Bev loves a good time, and when she's around, you can be sure there will be one forthcoming. Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. JOYCE MAXINE OLSON ujoycien Born in Lewiston, Me., July 20, 1932, Joyce is quiet and sincere, two of the most important qualities one can ssess po . Order of Gregg Artists 45 Chorus 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3 LEE ALFRED NILES "Lefty" Born in Lewiston, Me., Aug. 21, 1932. Lee is one of our big, strong boys who was a great help to the football team. His cheerful disposition is familiar to all. "Station" Staff, Reporter 43 Hi-Y 4g Golf 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 2, 3, Key Club 4. RICHARD DANIEL O'LEARY "Dick" Born in Lewiston, Me., June 16, 1932. Dick's friendliness and quick wit have made him one swell fellow. Latin Club 2, 35 Band 25 Camera Club 2, 35 Basketball 3. ROGER GEDEON PAGE Born in Topsham, Me., Aug. 5, 1931. Roger is our mathematician. He has a gifted voice for debating as many teachers have found out. First Honor, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3, 45 Debating 2, 3, 4g Journal Page Re- porter 3, 45 Camera Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 3, 4. Page F ilty-three RICHARD EUGENE PALMER "Dick" Born in Hudson, Me., Feb. 12, 1931. Here's a guy who likes to swim. Very full ol pep, vigor, and vim. Swimming 4. RICHARD LELAND PARKER f-Dick" Born in Fitchburg, Mass., May 31, 1930. A swell fellow who has made many friends, he has a good sense of humor and a happy-go-lucky way. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Escort at Coronation 4, Football 2, 3, Winter Sports 2, 3, Carnival Committee, Decoration 3, Key Club 3, 4. PHYLLIS ELAINE PENLEY "Phyl" Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 15, 1932. Phyl's friendliness, blond hair, and laughter are all outstanding. A swell senior! Season Ticket Representative 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Senior Council Representative 4, "Debbie Teen" Candidate 2, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. Page F ifty-four NORMANDE IRENE PARADIS "Norm" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 4, 1931. Normande's sweet nature shines with unusual radiance. She's also an ac- complished clarinetist. Library Proctors' Club, Senior Executive 4, junior Red Cross Representative 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4. RICHARD EARL PARSONS "Pars" Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 20, 1931. Dick's infectious laugh is something the corridors will miss a lot. His basketball isn't anything to forget soon, either. "Oracle", Advertising Committee, Hi-Y 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2g Dramatic Club 4, Senior Play Reading Committee 4, Senior Drama 4. "Jia I LINWOOD ARLINGTON PICKLE uLinn Born in Auburn, Maine, Jan. 2, 1932. Lin's quiet sincerity has won him many close friends in E.L. He and his little buggy are never parted. JEANNETTE LEONA POIRIER "Jennie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 15, 1931 Jennie has a very cute smile, which added to her vivacious nature, makes her a popular girl. Latin Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, "Debbie Teen" Candidate 2, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. BRUCE GORDON PETERSON "Pete" Born in Lewiston, Me., May 19, 1932. A very sharp dresser - Bruce has really made many friends here at E.L. Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 2, Junior- Senior, Usher 2 5 Usher at Graduation 35 Carnival Committee 45 Key Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLENE ANN PLUMMER Born in Brooks, Me., Dec. 19, 1931. Charlene has a sweet smile which, added to her nice personality, makes her a swell girl. Latin Club 25 Outing Club 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. CHARLES POLIQUIN Born in Auburn, Me., May 27, 1929. Charlie is handsome and a friend to all. His good humor and neat ap- pearance add a lot to the classroom. Page F ifty-fue JAMES josEPH POLIQUIN Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 18, 1931. James is a handsome lad who will be well remembered by the class of "50". Track 2, 3, 4. GLENNICE ARLENE PRATT "Pee- Wee' Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 19, 1931. t Glennice is quiet and demure. She'll be a success, we are sure. Junior Red Cross Representative 3, 4. MADELINE LEMPI PULKKINEN Born in West Minot, Me., March 2, 1932. A superb penman! Madeline is also very adept at making her own clothes. Junior Red Cross Representative 25 Order of Gregg Artists 4. Page F ifty-six REGINALD LEO POULIN "Pluto" Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 8, 1932. Reggie is an aggressive little hoop star who poured the baskets through the net all season for coach Hatch. He is a sharp dresser -- also loads of fun. Hi-Y 43 Basketball 3, 4, Manager 23 Track 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4. LORRAINE PAULINE PROULX Born in Lewiston, Me., July 3, 1932. Lorraine has a golden Voice. She is a wonderful addition to the chorus and will be missed when she's gone. Good luck to you, Lorraine. Chorus 3, 4g G.A.A. 4g F.H.A. 3g Talent Shows 2, 3, 4 ROBERT MONROE RECORD "Bomber" Born in Lewiston, Me., July 29, 1931. Bang - Crash - Whiz! Who else but "Bomber"? ROBERT ROLAND REN Y "Bob" Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 9, 1932. Our president three times, an out- standing athlete - Bob's many good qualities will surely bring him success. Class President 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Usher at Graduation 3, Key Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 junior-Senior Usher 2 3 Usher at Coronation 3. HELEN MARIE RAND Born in Portland, Me., Sept. 8, 1930. Helen is quiet and sincere, a real friend to all who know her. GLORIA CHRISTINE REINSTADLER 1561019 Born in Lewiston, Me., jan. 31, 1932. Gloria is a tall, slim girl with pretty long hair. She is very good at ballet dancing. "Oracle" 45 Outing Club 2, 3, Vice- President 4, Chorus 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Teen-Age Book Club 4, Carnival Com- mittee 3, 4 3 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Talent Shows 3, 45 Usher at Corona- tion 4g Senior Drama 4. GEORGE JOSEPH RICHARDS aloe!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Aug. 27, 1931. Tall and dark, Joe has such a nice smile - a friend to all who know him. Chorus 2. Page F i fty-seven WILLIS GEORGE ROBERTS " Willie' Born in Sabattus, Me., March 23, 1932. For his curly blond hair and nice clothes, Willis will be remembered. He is especially interested in flying. BEVERLY DIANE ROGERS IKM Born in Lewiston, Me., Jan. 31, 1932. An outstandingly neat dresser! Bev does well in everything she attempts. She has all the qualities necessary for success. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Solicitor 2, Co- business Manager 3, 4, "Oracle" 4, Faculty Personals 4, Advertisements 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Season Ticket Representative 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Carnival Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4, Candi- date for Queen 4, Usher at Coronation 2, "Debbie Teen" Candidate 2, Senior Drama 4, Make-up. BERTRAND ERNEST ROY xsBcrtn Born in Auburn, Me., Feb. 26, 1932. Of short stature, Bert is on the go all the time. Track 3, 4, Usher at Graduation 3. ,o W . A I. xa- V, L0 'ir fr bf' 4 1. L' ,K -'ifhlehi ,Lv f Pixge F ilty-eight iff .'Q1!,C3'fHJc ,wx 34 1- K P 1 .nz.,:ie X as it RUTH EDNA ROBINSON "Ruthie" Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 7, 1931. Ruthie's personality and cheery smile will always be remembered with affection by all her classmates. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Business Man- ager 3, 4, "Oracle" 4, Chairman of Personalities, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, Assistant Head- Majorette 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, Chairman of Programs, Carnival Committee 4, Candi- date for Carnival Queen 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Make-up. THOMAS ROSS arupna Born in Lewiston, Me., March 16, 1933. "Breathes there a man with soul so dead" as to forget the silver pro- gressions that issue from Tup's trumpet? "Oracle," Personals 4, Band 3, 4, Carni- val Committee 3, Dramatic Club 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Understudy. -v BETTY RUTH RYDER Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb. 22, 1932. Betty has one of the prettiest smiles around here. A good sport and true friend. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3. RICHARD RUTTENBERG "Root" Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 21, 1932. Root's a crackerjack at humor and good times. A real live wire. Chorus 2, 4, Audio-Visual Aids 3. ROLAND ,IOHN ROYER llR0lly9! Born in Auburn, Maine, Oct. 9, 1930. "Speech is great, but silence is greater". KENNETH BASFORD RUSSELL UKen!9 Born in Boston, Mass., Feb. 2, 1933. His blue eyes are always sparkling with fun. Never a dull moment when Ken's around. The best of everything to you, Ken! Eighth Honor, Debating 4, Outing Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, Swim- ming 2, 4, Junior-Senior Committee 2, Usher, Usher at Graduation 3, Carnival Committee 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Senior Play Reading Committee 4, Senior Drama 4. NORMAND DONALD ST. HILAIRE "Saint" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 23, 1932. "Saint" has been the very capable president of our Student Council. We all know him for his neat appear- ance and pleasing manners. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3 , Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Winter Sports 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Committee, Usher 2, Usher at Graduation 3, Key Club 2, 3. Page F i fly-nine DORIS CONSTANCE SAMPSON "Dm" Born in Lewiston, Me., Dec. 15, 1931. Doris has many virtues, not the least of which is her friendliness. Outing Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA RUTH SAWYER upatil Born in Auburn, Me., April 14, 1932. Pat is a very studious girl who is active in our G.A.A. Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 3, F.H.A. 2. JANINE FERNANDE SIMARD Born in Auburn, Me., Aug. 26, 1931. Janine will always be remembered for her gracious and friendly ways. She is a neat and an attractive addi- tion to our class. "Station" 2, 3, 4, Extramural Circulation 3, 4, "Oracle", Personalities and Adver- tising 4g Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Latin Club 35 Out- ing Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Rep- resentative 2g Chorus 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 2, 35 Senior Council Representative 45 "Debbie Teen" Candi- date 2g Senior Drama 4, Tickets. Page Sixty F JOHN EDWARD SANDS "Johnnie" Born in Auburn, Me., July 23, 1932. There is always something doing when Johnny is around. He excels in bowling. V Season Ticket Representative 4, Key Club 4. DOLORES LIANE SIMARD Born in Auburn, Me., May 24, 1932. Dolores' mischievous manner and twinkling eyes delight her many friends. " "Station" Staff 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Attend- ance Librarian 4g G.A.A. 2, 3, 4-5 Carnival Committee 3, Senior Drama 4, Tickets. 461-- gg-, GLENNICE PEARL SMITH "Minis" Born in Madrid, Maine, Feb. 8, 1932. One of virtue and one of grace Equalled only by her pretty face. Library Proctors' Club 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, Order of Gregg Artists 4. IRMA LEIGHTON SPARKS Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 12, 1932. Irma is a very jolly gal. We've yet to see her when she isn't smiling. Order of Gregg Artists 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Band Concert Decorations Committee 3, Band Concert Ticket Committee 4g G.A.A. 2, Senior Drama 4, Props. JOHN DAVID SJOSTROM ccpaven Born in Lewiston, Me., June 13, 1932. Whenever we think of Dave, we think of a very good-natured fellow with a swell sense of humor. Camera Club 3, Band 4, Chorus 35 Marshal for Graduation 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Escort to the Queen 4, Talent Show 3, Senior Drama 4, Chairman of Properties. FAITH HELEN SNOW UFayl Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 30, 1931. Fay has her quota of friendliness and charm, and she's very generous in passing it around. Order of Gregg Artists 45 G.A.A. 35 Y-Teens 3. CLEVELAND RALPH SPENCER "Spence" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 16, 1932. Spence is a little bit quiet and shy, But he certainly is a very nice guy. Track 2, 33 Senior Drama 4, Carpenter. Page Sixty-one -lr , F BARBARA LEONA STEPIIENSON "Barbie" Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 8, 1932. Neatness, friendliness, pep, and a sweet smile add up to Barbie. "Oracle" 4, Personals 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Order of Gregg Artists 4, Chorus 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Props. MARCIA ANN STEWART Born in Newport, Vt., Dec. 22, 1932. Marcia's smile is hard to beat, Her talk you cannot top. She's always there, and on her feet, And her charm will never stop. "Station" Staff 3, 4, Fashion Editor 3, 4, Reporter 4, "Oracle" 4, Editor, Latin Club 3, 4, Vice President 3 3 Outing Club 2, 3, 4 3 Season Ticket Representative 3, 4 5 Chorus 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Repre- sentative' 3, Senior Representative 4, Junior Senior Executive Committee 3. Decorations and Programs, Carnival Committee 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Usher at Coronation 45 Senior Drama 4. LUCYOLA STROUT "Blondie" Born in Lewiston, Me., May 8, 1932. Lucy has pretty blond hair and a nice disposition. Quiet and friendly, she won't have to search hard for success. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3, News Editor 4, Library Proctors' Club 3, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, Cam- era Club 3g Dramatic Club 3, Audio- Visual Aids 2. Page Sixty-two fdi' iff 2 . lr' A241 ANNE STEVENS Born in Lewiston, Me., Feb. 26, 1933. Anne is friendly toward everyone. Her pleasing disposition and erson- ality have won her many iiiends. "Oracle" 4, Personalities, Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Tren. urer 2g Junior-Senior Committee 3, Car- nival Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Decorations 43 Usher at Coronation 4, "Debbie Teen" Candidate 25 Senior Drama 4, Props. CAROLYN ELAINE STODDARD Born in Lewiston, Me., july ll, 1932. Carolyn is usually quiet, but she always enjoys a good time and add much to the fun. Best,0l'1jiu:k to you, Carolyn. ' " Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Senior Drama 4, Props. ' V 1 1...- U. ,xy ," WW K I f . N W x' W RICHARD EDWIN TADGELL "Dick" Born in Medford, Mass., Nov. 23, 1931. Dick's a good scout and is always a welcome addition to any gathering. Student Council 45 Junior Red Cross Representative 25 Junior-Senior Commit- tee 3, Usher. LORAIN E MARIE THERIAULT 'lLorrie" Born in Fort Kent, Me., Nov. 2, 1932. A very dependable girl. Loraine keeps her good-natured smile no matter what comes. Outing Club 35 G.A.A. 25 F.H.A. 2, American Legion Essay Award 3, Order of Gregg Artists 4. 1-f - STANLEY GOFF STURTEVANT "Stinky" Born in Lewiston, Me., July 9, 1932. Stinky is quite a character. A swell guy who is liked by all. 1 "Oracle", Advertising Committee 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Usher at Graduation 3. GERALD TARDIFF "Richard" Born in Auburn, Me., Dec. 13, 1930. Although Gerry seems like the quiet type, he really is a lot of fun, and a friend in the true sense of the word. Track 25 Baseball 3. KAREN THOMPSON Born in Lewiston, Me., Nov. 2, 1932. Karen is dainty and so neat, We really find her hard to beat, Dainty, quiet, and demure, College material we are sure. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 35 Miss "Debbie Teen" Candidate 3? Senior Drama 4, Stage Decorations. Page Sixty-three RAYMOND EDWARD THOMPSON rlRayn Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 6, 1930. Ray is a very hard worker, and he is also very dependable. We certainly wish him the best of everything. "Oracle", Advertising Committee 4g Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4. DONALD HAROLD THURSTON rtDon!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Sept. 4, 1931. Don has ouite an eye for a pretty girl. His dry witticisms have en- livened many a class. LEO TREPANIER QBOUCHARDJ Born in Auburn, Me., April 5, 1930. Take a grand personality, a lktle shyness, a sense of humor, top it all off with a wonderful voice, and you have our Leo. Chorus 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. Page Sixty-four BETHELYN ANNE THURLOW uBenyn Born in Lewiston, Me., April 17, 1933. She came to us from Mechanic Falls, Bringing her sunny laughter to our halls. Junior Red Cross Representative 45 Order of Gregg Artists 4. ALLAN WARREN TINGLEY 4. 7-ings, Born in Lewiston, Me., March 29, 1932. Here's a fellow who is very much interested in anything connected with the stage. He has also been a great help in our Visual Aids Department. "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Intramural Circu- lation 45 "Oracle" 4, Business Manager, Debating 3, 4, National Forensic League 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 3, Camera Club 2, 3, Usher at Graduation 3g Dramatic Club 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4g Talent Shows 2, 3, 43 Senior Drama 4, Electri- clan. A, ' , ! J ... f 4 N If an 1 Li ' ff C 1 -. - t ARLENE EDNA TUCKER Born in Poland, Maine, Nov. 5, 1931 A whiz in bookkeeping, Arlene IS envied for the easy way she breezes through those horrible sets. Order of Gregg Artists 43 Chorus 33 Teen- Age Book Club 2. EUGENE OWEN WALLINGFORD ucenai Born in Auburn, Me., july 13, 1931. Down, down, down the road goes Eugene in his rattling Ford. Hc's: forever on the go, and he always seems to get there. Chorus 2, 3, 4. WALLACE TRIPP Born in New Gloucester, Me.,Aug. 15, ,30. Wallace is a quiet, good-looking, out-of-town boy who likes nothing better than going hunting in the fall. RALPH HODSDON TUTTLE " ilTut!! Born in Lewiston, Me., Oct. 19, 1932. Ralph has a quiet and sincere nature that will always win him many friends. Student Council 2, "Station" Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 45 Latin Club 25 Outing Club 25 Season Ticket Representative 25 Track 2, Usher at Graduation 35 Dra- matic Club 3. NANCY ANN WARD Kwan!! Born in Auburn, Mc., Nov. 12, 1932. Nancy is a very clever dancer. We are all sure she'll make a swell teacher. Chorus 2, 35 Teen-Age Book Club 2. Page Sixty-five RAYMOND AUSTIN WATERHOUSE uRayvs Born in Poland, Me., june 21, 1931. A tall, pleasant lad-Ray's deep voice is familiar to all. GEORGE CURTIS WEBBER scum Born in Lewiston, Miz, Aug. 29, l9fl1l. Curt is tall, blond, and good-looking. VVith surh a Contagious smile one can truly Slly, "Laugh and thi- world laughs with you." First Honor: "Station" Staff 3, 4, Ex- rhangc Editor 'l-1 "Urac'lr-", Personals Clmninittm- 43 Band 2, fl, 4: Usher at Graduation fl: Dramatic' Club Il, 'lg Senior Drama 4, Sound Eflvrts, DOROTHY MARION WHITNEY "Dani" Born in Auburn, Me., June 29, 1932. Dot is a girl who loves to dance. She has also been a loyal band member. Outing Club 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Carnival Committee 3, Y-Teens 2g F.H.A. 2: Senior Drama 4, Props. Page S i xty-six JANET ANN WATSON Born in Auburn, Maine, Feb. 8, l93l. an is rather shy but very sweet. We all wish her the best of everything in the future. , Chorus 2, 3. BARBARA JOAN WESTON alan Born in Auburn, Me., Sept. 6, 1932. Jo is a vivacious little brunette with sparkling eyes and a winning smile. All this and beauty, too. Best of luck, Jo. Outing Club 2, 3, Order of Gregg Artists -lg G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 25 F.H.A. 33 Senior Drama 4, Props. BRUCE LINWOOD WITHAM acllindyn Born in New Gloucester, Me., July 9, '31. Lindy is the fellow who runs our movies. He is also quite a lad with the lassies. Audio-Visual Aids 3. l, l R . ' x -- 1 N Xin Q 5 1 CQ., 'Arr C . ,V 1-'j . JOYCE WINONA WING ujodyn Born in Lewiston, Me., May 28, 1932. Guy Lombardo is looking for Jody. She's "The sweetest thing this side of heaven." Student Council 2, Band 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 39 Senior Council Representative 45 Senior Drama 4, Props. RICHARD JAMES ZELENKA uzeken Born in New York City, N. Y.,Jan. 13, '33. Zeke's humor always keeps friends rolling in laughter. He also is very sports-minded. Chorus 4, Swimming 4, Manager 4, Track 43 Usher at Graduation 35 Audio-Visual Aids 3. Page Sixty'-seven T-W l S Girl Marcia Stewart Rita Gagnon Joan Dawes June Hutchinson Lucille Comeau Mimi Butler I Jeanette Luce Peggy Croke Sue Crowley L Cora Crouse I Carol Howlett I Ruth Estes Rita Gagnon Eileen Howard Valerie Carr Shirley Dunn I Eileen Howard Betty Brown Nancy Cole Gloria Halliday Karen Thompson Nancy Capen Karen Thompson Cora Crouse Joan Dawes Marcia Stewart Beverly Rogers Jeanette Luce Ruth Robinson Alice Joy Beverly Rogers June Hutchinson Mary-Ann Jacobs enior eraonagfiea Item Most Active Most Poised Best Executive Most Popular Tallest Shortest Cutest Most Happy-Go-Lucky Prettiest Girl Handsomest Boy Most Likely-to-Succeed Best Athlete Best Natured Most Courteous Best Personality Best Dancer Best Singer Best Musician Best Actress Best Actor Best Speaker Best Artist Most Modest Wittiest Quietest Most Studious Most Ambitious Most Talkative Most Friendly Cutest Smile Prettiest Hair Prettiest Eyes Neatest Dresser Miss E.L. Mr. E.L. E.L. Corridor Couple BOY Robert Meserve Arthur Lapham Joseph Lelansky Robert Reny Donald Thurston Arnold Burgess Reginald Potilin Romeo Grirard ' Charles Poliquin Herbert Hammond Paul Boucher David Sjostrom Lee Niles Robert Meserve Robert Bourisk Leo Trepanier Thomas Ross David Sjostrom Herbert Hammond Paul Blouin Thomas Bonney Gerry Briggs Calvin Howlett Donald Nason Robert Meserve Richard Hagan Normand St. Hilaire Reginald Poulin Norman Burns Kenneth Russell Normand St. Hilaire Robert Reny Richard Parker Page Sixty-eight First Row: Dawes, R. Gagnon, D. Miller, R. Brindley, C. Crouse. Second Row: R. Page, K. Russell, A. Lapham, WY Bauer, C. Webber, D. Nason. J. Carrigan. Zim,-J .link Jhgl .Sllwof JJOW Puff. CLASS OF 1950 First Honor .... ........... R OGER PAGE CURTIS XVEBBER Third Honor ..... ....... C ORA CROUSE Fourth Honor .................................................................. RUTH BRINDLEY As there were ties for first and ninth honors, twelve top-ranking seniors are listed instead of the usual ten. In order of rank they are as follows : 1. ROGER PAGE CURTIS WEBBER 3. CORA CROUSE 4. RUTH BRINDLEY 5. DONALD NASON 6. JOAN DAWES RITA GAGNON KENNETH RUSSELL WILLIAM BAUER JOHN CARRIGAN ARTHUR LAPHAM DANIEL MILLER Page Sixty-nine Wizrim-st C11 arridor Cuuplr' Cutml lic-st I91xP1'utiv1' P11-tticst NPAXIOSI Drvssvr Best Naturcd Cutvst Smilc' Mr. Sc Miss E. L. Best Natured Best Personality Most Active Y I ,Qi " K f' , . M Q 1Lk V fb 5 . th v ,, sfzx wy- W X, I-R5 yt, V A V fi 5 V -Qrrfgw-NAw,,w,VM 5 Y 51,5 -Y S4 N I H535 -ix fig 5 11' ?' 51-R." W wg! L. 5 , 4 'ua A ,Eg EEN " as E Ez e ' J X ,gtzefm few 'f55W.a3J' - WMS axvnvmaw 1 .M UQ 'fv 'xx X I -. wr M . .J 91 91 CARNIVAL TIME ZA, N aw P i 1 if I H Q If fb 1 13 x. K 5 ,I ly 6 Hg I A K J, V E j WRX A rw Q QM 1 Q5 1 1 f ' 1 I X ' -15 i - + Ml fn HI1 + 1 '1 D 4 E Q5 1 Ts B ,W A Q Q' J 'I ,nl , f U"f.,,-.j -- ., af lc!o0 UND EHS TUDIEJ Q-3, if ""' vN,,.f i mf g,'2ZoeJl7 0 fy tl' if , n i" G' t -' ' av fi? ,, ,sd 1. f 'J Adams, Phyllis Allen, Keith Allen, Marcia Ames, Virginia Anderson, Reginald Andrews, Paul Asselin, Lorraine Bailey, Sue Banks, Carrol Baril, Philip Bartkus, Dalia Bartlett, Bruce Bartley, Fernand Beal, Eliot Beaucage, William Beaulieu, Madeleine Beckerman, Marvin Begin, Gerald Bell, Vernon Bennett, Gordon Bergeron, Claire Berry, Frank Berube, Norman Bcrube, Pauline Berube, Vivian Bickford, Elinor Bickford, Evelyn Bickford, Janice Bilodeau, Claire Bilodeau, Roland Blood, Betty Bouchard, Jerry Bourgault, Ruth Bouvier, Jacqueline Bowie, Lawrence Brainerd, Mary Ellen Braley, Ralph Briggs, Janice Brody, Morton Brown, Robert Bryant, Dorothy Bubier, Nancy Bubier, Shirley Buck, Marie Burrows, Sally Carver, Joan Carver, Norma Charron, Andre Cohen, Stuart Colby, Beverly Coutts, Aleck Grossman, Jean Crossman, Robert Curtis, Raymond Curtis, Sarah Dacey, Patricia Daley, Thomas Damon, Judith Danforth, Ernestine Davidson, Stanley Davis, Fred Dechene, Alexandre Dennis, Pauline Dexter, Illene Dickey, Barbara unior Cfazia eliaf Dionne, Nancy Johnson, Jeannette Donovan, Fred Jones, Muriel Driscoll, William Keene, Betty Doten, Beverly Jordan, Dorothy Dunton, Mary Ari Kfpfs' - Keene, Margaret Earley, Natalielgyfypvf Knowlton, Mona Estes, Carlenvi, , Estes, Mary 7,74 Field, Bessie .7 Fogelsohn, Wilma Folsom, Richard Ford, Shirley Fortin, Armand Freeman, Vera Gagne, Jacqueline Gammon, Richard Gardner, Robert Gerrish, Joan Getchell, Natalie Gibbs, Sally Giguere Muriel Gilmore Earle Gxnchereau Norman Labrecque, Electa hapelle, Albert ff urse, Richard Laganiere, Rejeanne Langley, Robert Lapointe, Wilfred Latour, Frances Leavitt, John Leclair, Romeo LeCompte, Constance LeHouillier, Jeanne Lelansky, Herbert' Lepage, Henry Leveille, Raymond Lib' Geraldine Girardin, Marcfayrqj ,li t g i Forge Y Godin ohn JW en Elizabeth Goldrup Rutlf Goss John d en Foret Donald i , ft ' G I , Q Q' o , e Gobeil, Marietteft , u , xeverl I 1 J f I - I D , , ab' i ,f , , Gouger, Victor Gould, Victor I Gove, Joyce Gove, Verna Grant, Lynn Greenwood, Stanley Grover, Carl Gurney, Constance Gustin, George Hachey, Maurice Hamilton, Rita Hammond, Kathryn Harding, Ann Hart, Ernest Hart, Mary Hartford, Willa Haskell, Marlene Haynes, Grace Hefferman, Robert Higgins, Joan Higgins, William Hinkley, Ervin Hodgkin, William Hodkins, Clyde Hodgkins, Duane Hodgkins, Jean Hodgkins, Joan Hodgkins, Linwood Hubbard, Richard Hunnewell, Franklin Huntington, Virginia Huntress, Fred Hurley, Barbara Ingles, Priscilla Jackson, Lawrence Jean, Marc OLyon, Jayne Lyons, Edward Mackay, Lois Maheux, Pierre Marshall, Mary Marshall, Roger Marshall, William Marston, Corinne Matthews, Joyce May, Carroll McAlister, Franklin McAllister, Helen McClintick, Virginia McGee, Lois Merrill, Dorothy Michael, Bruce Michaud, Raymond Michaud, Romeo Miles, Dana Millett, Margaret Moody, Frances Morgan, Robert , N ef, Sli iggwilifisige ' 'FU' in Asif CBSXL, ' zvyxgiaw v , Philbrook, Malcolm' 3 Philbrook, Jean Pickle, Lorraine Pratt, Beverly Pratt, Kenneth Pressey, Jean Preston, Vivian Pritzker, Judi-th , Pulsifer, Shirley Quinby, Clifton Ramsdell, Mary Rand, Marjorie Redmun, Marlene Reynolds, Theodore Rose, Norman Rousseau, Normand Rowe, Joan Royall, Charlene Rubin, Jacob Ryder, 'Richard ' ' St. Hilaire, Joan Sawyer, Doris Sawyer, Dorothy Sawyer, Keith Severance, Imogene Sewall, Janice Simard, Lucille Simones, Charles Small, Faye Small, Richard Smith, David Smith, Joan Snowe, John Spiller, Mary Jane Spiro, Andrea Sprague, Malcolm Stacey, Georgia Starkey, Walter Stewart, Helen Tame, Beverly Taylor, Barbara Tempesta, Elaine Thayer, Richard Theriault, Roland Thompson, Clifton Thurston, William Timberlake, Helen Trafford, Maitland Turcotte, Robert it Q -X van Eck Helen Morin, Irene A D X Varnam,,Jane Moulton, Harver -, Murphy, Holman Nason, Donald Newcombe, Nelson Oakes, Marilyn Ouellette, Richard Packard, Peter Paladino, Thomas Palmer, James Parent, Roderique Penley, Elaine Perry, Rita Peterson, Constance gk Veayo, Galen Verrill, Robert Vining, Kenneth Waterman, Lloyd Westerberg, George I K x ,,i,w, , iffy, J i . 1 1 J al' s ov " '4 ,J Wiigffl ffji- Weymouth, Constance Wheeler, Barbara Whirley, Geraldine White, John Williams, Barbara Witham, Earl Whitmore, Cynthia Woodard, Bruce I V v 1 v .Q ' Q Qs, fa I A Q 5 i Q I Mggfi ,,- if Q W Es: gffx ' ,A gh N W! . 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XX ,- Y U W V I 750 fx,'Uras fly Thfnfrautf Adamski, Mildred Akers, Clifford Alden, Mildred Allen, Marilyn Babbitt, Norman Bangs, Richard Barry, Dale Barton, Betty Bean, Shirley Beaton, Clyde Beauchesne, Joseph Belanger, Jacqueline Bellavance, Louis Bennett, Elaine Bennett, Eugene Berkley, John Berube, Louise Bickford, Andrew Bigelow, Ned Bilodeau, Vincent Bishop, George Bisson, Jeannette Blair, George Blais, Yoland Boisvert, Gloria Boston, Glenn Bouchard, Reginald Boucher, Roger Boulay, Joanne Bowen, Barbara Bowie, Merton Brackett, Shirley Breton, Irene Briggs, Arlene Briggs, Barbara Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Elwood Brown, Keith Bubier, Colleen Burgess, Betty Burns, Richard Butler, Bruce Campbell, Mary Capen, Jeannette Carlin, Harry Caron, Emile Carpen-tier, Jacqueline Carpentier, Lorraine Carpentier, Theresa Carver, Wilfred Charest, Pauline Chase, Marilyn Chasse, Constance Cheetham, Mary Child, Bernice Chipman, Ellsworth Choiniere, Claire Clark, Cleo Clark, Raymond Cloutier, Richard Coffin, John Coleman, Marilyn Collett, Jeannette Condon, Carl Coy, Stephen Craig, Allen Cummings, Norman Currie, Jacqueline SPADWIO Hill, Donna Curtis, Barritt Cushman, Robert Damon, Robert Davidson, Deborah Davis, Jean Davis, Norman Dean, Shirley Dc-Burra, Anthony Dechene, Nancy DeCoster, Warren Delahanty, Michaeline Demers, Raymond Demingway, Beverly Deschamps, Lorraine Dexter, Janet Dickinson, June Dionne, Georgette Donahue, Roger Donahue, Ruth Dostie, Claudette Doucette, Doris Doucette, Robert Dubois, Roger Elcik, Eugene Elliott, David Elwell, Sumner Estes, Delores Farrell, Shirley Field, Richard Fowler, Joanne Fradkin, Eleanor Francis, Beverly French, Forrest Frost, Robert Furrow, Kenneth Furrow, Louise Gardner, Reginald Garey, Francis fe Gastonguay, Rose Marie Gatchell, Diane Gentile, Nancy Giggey, Carol Gilbride, Shirley Gilpatric, David Girardin, Rita Goding, Joan Goodwin, Alma Gordon, Althia Grant, Richard Greeley, Robert Gross, Elizabeth Groves, Henry Gustin, Lewis Hanlon, Dolores Hanscom, Richard Hall, Nancy Harriman, Palmer Hart, Joan Hart, Edith Havens, Sidney Hawkins, Christine Hearn, Robert Hecker, Mona Hicks, Paul Higgins, Eugene Hiitt, Phillip Cfaaa alia! Holbrook, Clarence Howard, Janet Huard, Irene Hudson, Kenneth Hughes, Albert Hurd, Barbara Hurd, Elinor Hyde, Dawn Irish, Donald Jackson, Gail Johnson, Richard Jones, Faye Jordan, Gloria Keene, Evelyn Keene, Elery Kinner, Joan Kirk, Patricia Koss, Edward Lajoie, Jacqueline Lawyer, Anonciatta Laroche, Roger Lavoie, Cecile Leblanc, Venise LeBlond, Jacqueline LeBlond, Jeannette Legendre, Robert Leighton, James Letourneau, Jeannine Levasseur, Pauline Libby, Douglas Libby, Martha Libby, Ralph Libby, Stanley Lizotte, Eva Lizotte, Theresa Lothrop, Barbara Lovett, David Lufkin, Thomas Lutterell, Bruce Lyon, Winifred Mailhot, Lorraine Major, Mary Manson, Edward Manyak, Stephen Marcotte, Armand Marcotte, Leonard Marsh, Constance Martin, Joan Marshall, Lorraine Mercier, Alfred Merriam, Madaline Meserve, Ruth Messier, Audrey Metayer, Lorraine MiHer, Judith Morin, Normand Moulton, George Murphy, Clayton Murphy, Katheryn Myrich, Arthur Nadeau, Lorraine Nason, Wendell Nelson, Joan Niles, Jacqueline Nimmo, Elva North, Virginia Osgood, Richard Ouellette, Laurianne Palmer, Aubrey Pepin, Emile Perkins, Rodney Philbrick, Esther Philbrook, Richard Phillipon, Joseph Pike, Dora Poulin, Paulette Proctor, Donald Provost, Ronald Ralph, Wayne Rawson, William Ray, Helen Ray, Norma Rice, Clifton Rich, Constance Ritchie, Diana Rogers, Patricia Rousseau, Colette Roy, Bernice Sawyer, Bernard Sears, Loyd Seeley, Barbara Shaw, Jacqueline Sleeper, Elmer Smith, Betty Smith, Lauriston Smith, Winston Snow, Dorothy Sparks, John Spearin, Susan Spencer, Patricia Spencer, Robert Spooner, Dawn Stephens, Carol Stewart, Doris Stoddard, Gladys Sturtevant, Lois Tardiff, Lawrence Taylor, William Theberge, Gertrude Therrien, Normand Thurber, Willis Thurston, Charles Trafford, Lois Turgeon, Ernest Tweedie, Norman Walton, Carl Waznis, Grace Weathern, Diane Wheeler, Hannah Wheeler, Wynona Whiting, Henry Whiting, Wilfred Williams, Harold Williams, William Wilson, Alice Winters, Diane Witham, Charles Wood, Walter Woodard, Jacqueline Woodcock, Janice Wright, Donald Wright, Gerry Young, Arthur Young, James Young, Willard I 1. Revcssinthcc'o1'1'idor. 2. What'cha doin', Itchie? 3. 'LTom1nyTuc'ker." 4. Pert Majorettes. 5. Lucky Guy! ,..,,.wff"i 4 mu fps 1 SlXNH1g vin-lm-. 2. Ummm smvlls good, girls! "'l'al0 of Two Citivsf' llll'lI'y gc-ms. Lots of fun. Ch Sophs? M SCENES SEPTEMBER Svptvixnln-1' 7 School opened St-ptvmhrr Elf -First gamCfAlumni 20 - E.l,. 6 St-ptviiiht-r 16 Football garnc with Morsvf' I.. 28 - Morse 7 Sm-pta-iulwr 16W 9'Station" sponsorvd "Got-Arquaintvd Dance" 8w'pt.'ui1n-r 19 llraiuatit' Clu1Jof1ic'z'rst'lm'c'tt'c1 Bolx Mrs:-i'x'm'. prvsidt Svptvixilmri' 19 Band tryouts St'lJll'IlllJt'T' 223 Efldivs nip Portlancl 12-7 OCTOBER Urtohvr 1-f Football gamc- with So. Portland So. P. ti - E.l,. U Ortolwr 7 Foothall garm' with 1,1-wiston E.l.. 211- l.t'wisto1i6 Uc'tol11'r 11 Football gllllll' with llvvring l'l.l,. 2111- llrvring 14 Ovtolwi' 15 C.A.A. "Sports Dant'm-U Ortolwi' 18 Studvut Counril ofhrvrs t'lm't'tt'tl Normancl St. llilairc Urtohvr 21 - St-nior 'l'alc'nt Show ilrtohvr 21 Football gamv with St. lioms E.l,. 211 - St. lloms 7 Ortohvr 2-1 .Iunior Class Ring Couuuittc-1' rhosm-n Urtohvr 28 Foothall gzunv with Rllllllitllll E.l,. ISIS - Rumliord 7 NOVEMBER Novvmhc-r 7 'Latin Cluh initiation Nrwrnihvr 1 1' FOOIl'52lllg2llI1t' with lwwiston ff lmwiston 23 - E.L. 0 Novi-mhvr 19 Band gors to Boston Univvrsity Newt-iiilmvi' 19 Hi-Y Oldvr Boys, Con1'crrt'nt't' at YVatt'rvillc DECEMBER 171-rviiilum-1' 2 junior 'l'alf'nt Show 171-rviiilmm-1' Ii Assvmhly Board "Bow-rl'ic", l7ant'm' l7t'K'l'Illl3l'l' 9 Baslu'tha1lgam1' with lN'vsthrook E.l,. 4111- Wlvsthroo 1 lJm'c't'I11hc'1' 122 l.atin Cluh Christmas Party lla-rm-xiiln-1' 1? Baskvthall ganu' with Batvs Frosh E.l.. 36 - Batvs 31 lM't'm'ri1lum'1' 15 Stvphvn Crvnda Night l3r'rt'iii1nm'1' 16 Christmas play hy tht' llramatit' Club romhinvd with Holiday contvr by thc chorus lh-w-iiilwi' 17 Baskvthall ganim' with South Portland- 41 - So. P 89 JANUARY 'Iaiuiary il Portland dt'l'm'ats EClClit's 157-3-1 -Iauuary 7 E.I,. hrats St. lloms -flfl-25 january 113 Baslwthall gamt' with 1.1-wiston 1261 - E.L.-17 'inuary 1-1 Band and Chorus "Holiday Conc'vrt" .11 -lauuarv 21 E.l,. vs. Rumlord' E.l,. H7 - R133 january 272 nips Wt-sthrook 26-22 lanuary 27 l,ast "Station" vditvd hy svniors lauuary 27-28' Y-Vfintvr Carnival january 28- Coronation and Ball january 110 E.l.. vs. S. Portland -fS.P. 48 - E.1,.38 February February February February February February February February February February February February February February March 1 Mareh 2 Nla reh 2 reh 4 Nfareh 7 FEBRUARY 3fSwimming meet with Portland High-E.L. 21 - P. 5-l' 3- Al3asketball game with MorsefE.I.. 56 - M. 34 4-f-VVon Ski Meet at Gould 8-Cony Latin Club at E.L. l0fBasketball game with LewistonfE.L. 35 - L. 28 lllfjoan Dawes eleetecl D.A.R. Good Citizen IU-Swimming meet with Portland Boys' Club-E.L. 42 - P.B.C. IO--Girls' Foul Shooting Contest won by Joan Smith l lfWon State Ski meet 1 1--Basketball game with Bates Frosh-E.L. 31 - B.F. 54 14- "Basketball game with Rumford-E.L. 36 - R. 49 l8fBasketball game with St. Doms+E.L. 42 - S.D. 35 21A Basketball game with DeeringfE.L. 32 - D. 34 F 20- ffournament play-orl' with St. Doms-E.L. 28 - S.D. 22 MARCH gflhorus sang at Webster fliand played at Walton --Tournarrient ganie-El.. vs. So. P.f4S0. P. 55 - E.L. 44 fllebate tourney at N. H. - -Honor parts announeed Nlareh lllf-Juniors awarded talent show trophy - Debate trophy awarded lNIareh I4 Nlareh 16 Nlareh 20 March 2-1- Nfareh 31 Apr-il 8 April 13-I --Cheerleading tryouts Debate team won Bates tourney 3-U Junior Class rings reeeived --Debate with St. Doms ffl-Iobo Hop sponsored by the Student Couneil APRIL 'Iunior Legislature 4-Senior playa' f"The Happiest Years" NIAY May 5-"Debbie Teenn contest May 6 Western Maine Musie Festival at Sanford May' l l-fAnnual Spring Convert of Band and Chorus May l2fj unior-Senior Prom May 2OfNew England Band Festival at Rutland, Vermont June 9- June ll- June 12--A JUNE Last Assembly Baeealaureatc Class Night and Senior Dance june 13-Senior Banquet june H-Graduation june 15M Alumni Night EIICIICJEII' 4 ,. Q, if ,QL te? ' Leia J First Row: P. Hnrrimzin, J. Cfurrignn, N. St. Hilaire, R. Gammon, G. Wvesterberg, R. Helliernisin. Seeoncl Row: Smith, lvfzirtin, Niles. Wioodeoek, L. ltfnekay. Third Row: W. Marshall, R. 'llidgn-ll, lf. Folsom, P. Andrews, R. Mathews, G. Higgins ' ' , lfourth Row: L. Berkeley, Fortin, P: Boueher, T. Lane. A ' V f, Y' . A t . ' . N. l xi J I x I -, V . 4 . ., - ill. if lt it iomlfi.Ue'W-fl WD 'lqllllllll til N '- V- A -f W lflxl ,fi I 'tl pC.l ' N41 , 11.. i,3jil.5tiIi- - -' f K' -' I 5 jkei' fuclenf Counci rl-V ,ffl-if The Student Couneil of nineteen-fifty eonvened this year in the late alljwith membership eonsisting of eight seniors, eight juniors, and nine sophomores. At the first meeting the following olfieers were eleeted: Normand St. Hilaire, president: Riehard Gammon, viee-president, George Westerberg, secretary. It was unanimously voted that the eouneil get together to elean and polish the trophies in the old building. The result brought forth many eompliments. The eouneil sent the following Five members to attend the State Student Couneil Conferenee at Augusta: Paul AndRws, Jaek Coffin, Joan Martin, Jackie Niles. and Janiee Woodeoek. On their return the delegates reported to the E.L. Couneil the problems and funetions of other Student Councils. The eouneil also sent four members E Joan Martin, Janiee Woodcoek, Normand St. Hilaire, and Paul Andrews - to the Southwestern Maine Student Govemment Assoeiation eonferenee held at Portland. Edward Little stationery was sold at the beginning of the year, and peneils with Edward Little High Sehool engraved on them were sold later in the year. One of the important annual funetions of the eouneil is the Hobo Hop dance. The theme for this year's hop will be based on April Fool's Day. All in all. the Student Couneil has had a very active year. J. C. Page Eighty-six First Row: C. Webber, R. Tuttle, B. Rogers, J. Lelansky, W. Bauer, R. Robinson, D. Nason. Second Row: V. Carr, L. Pickle, L. Strout, C. Gurney, S. Dunn, V. Govc, J. Garns, Miss Canham. Third Row: N. Getchell, C. Weymouth, P. Dacey, J. Higgins, L. Simard, M. Stewart, Simard, J. Grossman. Fourth Row: F. Cole, R. Hefferman, R. Gardner, A. Tingley. P. Packard. ' - fS?afi.m cf .Ji l "Station E.L.H.S." won first place in the annual contest for high school news- papers conducted by the Columbia University Press Association. This rating is achieved only through the diligent efforts of staff, printers, and faculty advisers. Such an award indicates perfection in student journalistic style. The editions entered in the contest were edited by Joseph Lelansky. Several new columns were introduced to the student reader this year: "Our Faculty" gives a short biography of a teaqher, "From the Bleachers" contains tidbits from the school sporting scene, "Fads and'Fashions" has been revived for the interest of the feminine reader. The most recent addition is a "Club Newsn column. Two of the most popular issues are the December and June editions. The colorful Christ- mas edition emerged in seasonal green ink. Included were several Yuletide features and columns. The last issue is designated as the senior issue and will contain all the information about graduation activities. A pleasing pictorial coverage is planned to stimulate interest. This paper serves as a record of the school year. , Vema Gove and Constance Weymouth, the present editors-in-dhief, wer!e Ljrosen in January. f" 3' Q' ff ,. , .0 H- ' Z Y , 1,44 D, ISL fi . 'i f . ' ,I l I K f -ff af' . fm il A f 'Pdge Eighiyl-seven K ,ty.,,r:.,,,.ttfjg' e vt W- vb ' K . ' s ' Siygll First Row: D. Nason, S. Pulsifer, J. Smith, P. Dacey, C. Whitmore, M. Haskell, ' R. Page. W J W tw JM 'JL K latin CAL wl Heeker, S. Coy, B. Bartlett, Y. Freeman, G. Jaekson, J. MeGilvery, VV. Smith. rj V Second Row: P. Dennis, J. Hodgkins, J. Higgins, H. Timberlake, Y. Gore, R. M Estes, C. LeCompte, M. Brainerd, Hodgkins, M. Beaulieu, D. Snow. Third Row: R. Bangs, C. Stoddard. J. Pritzker, M. Marshall, F. Donovan, H. ourth Row: R. Hefiierman, N. Bl'K'lCf'fITl1lfl, D. Wright, R. Miehaud, N. Neweomb. The Sodzrlitas Latina opened a full and festive season on Oetober 3 by eleeting the following oflieers: Patricia Daeey, Pontifex Maximus: Joan Smith, Consul: Cynthia lVhitmore, Censor: Donald Nason and Roger Page. Senior Aedilesg Mar- lene Haskell and Shirley Pulsifer, Junior Aediles. On October l9. the following twelve sophomores were aeeepted as members: Riehard Bangs. Leo Berkley, lierniee Child, Stephen Coy, Carol Giggey, Betty Gross, Henry Groves. Gail Jackson. Elva Nimmo. Winston Smith, Dorothy Snow, and Don- ald Wright. Stephen Coy and Gail Jackson were eleeted Sophomore Aediles. Everybody went to the Christmas party! The program consisted of a short skit by Marlene Haskell and Judith Pritzker. the eoronation of Donald Wright as king, of games led by Bruce Bartlett, of distribution of gifts, and of the singing of Latin Christmas songs. The most suceessful meeting of the year was a joint session with Cony High of Augusta held February 8 in the E. L. auditorium. With the setting laid at the tem- ple of Cumae, the Sibyl took the audience back to ancient Rome to see the Vestal Virgins, Orpheus and Eurydice and the Boy Worshippers, and to hear an oration by the mighty Cicero. The members are now looking forward eagerly to a spring meeting at Cony in Augusta. D. N. Page Eighty-eight 'ft First Row: F. Folsom. J. Dawes, W, Bauer, M. Stewart, A. Tingley. Second Row: N. Cole, G. Reinstadler, M. Haskell, Mr. Smith. F. Curtis, P. Ingles, A. Bartlett. Third Row: R. Robinson, G. Westerberg, B. Rogers. Z -ilii,Z1ajf,Q L iff' I-'fihf--fy 11 M-uf .114 17,16 MVT C E., , fl 4,51 L54 ff, Ai X - 5 , ,ff KA t tl' 'Zu' ffxfifi '-Z fat C ti HO f v .... . - -f----'f -- ' ff -- l'aC e f The '4Oracle" staff was chosen early in October, 1949, and began to work immediately on the annual. In order to give the juniors a preview of "Oracle,' work, four juniors were chosen to help prepare this edition. The staff consisted of three senior editors-Ruth Brindley, Joan Dawes, Marcia Stewart-two junior editors- Marlene Haskell and Priscilla Ingles-three senior business managers-William Bauer, Frank Folsom, Allan Tingley-and two junior business managers-jean Crossman and George Westerberg. Ruth Brindley had charge of personals and activities, ,Ioan Dawes, group pic- tures and candids, Marcia Stewart, senior glossies. Frank Folsom collected engrav- ing fees and the other business managers had charge of subscriptions and adver- tisements. Drawings were submitted by Gloria Reinstadler, chairman of the Art Committee, Betty Brown, Paul Blouin, Shirley Dunn, and Elaine Farnum. Nancy Cole, chairman of the Personals Committee, and Donald Nason wrote the majority of personals. Inasmuch as the "Oracle" had to go to press the first of April, some of the school activities had to be anticipated. The 1949 "Oracle" won a Hrst place in the Columbia Scholastic Press Associa- tion Contest, the seniors this year have worked hard in the hope of maintaining as high standing for the "Oracle" of 1950. R. B. Page Eighty-nine x . , 1' ui ....Prf9?4f1' QQ' vb " " sri' jj ,.: W' .. V .1 tx ., A 'S..z' First Row: R. Meserve, H. Hammond, I. Sparks, C. Simones, K. Hammond, Y. Cove, L. Meflee, J. Dexter, Brnekett, D. Sjostrom, Smith, S. Gibbs, R. Legendre, N. Cole. Seeond Row: D. Simard, N. Pzirzxdis, S. Elwell, D. Nason, D. Merrill, J. Hodgkins, R. Meserve, M. Coleman, R. Heflierinan, A. Goodwin, D. Snow, G. Haynes, R. LeClair, S. Bubier, G. Bennett, Lyon, D. Hyde, E. Jillson, M. Allen. Third Row: S. Ford, J. Bouvier, J. Martin, E. Gross, J. Wing, Howard, T. Nadeau, G. Whirley, B. Briggs, U. Witham, M, Oakes, I. Morin, M. Croke, D. Hanlon, S. Spearin, J. White, M. Libby, M. Brody, E. Fzirnum, Coffin, C. Webber, T. Ross, E. Howard. gallil A week before sehool started, one hundred twenty boys and girls were marehing bark and forth on Moulton Field marking time to the eommands of Frank Stephens, Jr. At half-time Friday night, September 9, at the Alumni-Student game, this group, attired smartly in maroon and white uniforms, demonstrated the rhythmie precision drilling that has made the band well known throughout New England. In just eight days these boys and girls had been transformed from single marching individuals to a eompaet unit with one thought and one movement. There is a great deal of hard work behind every band appearanee. Direetor Donald Gay is the ineentive, for he is a part of every preparation. Herbert Hammond has served as a very active president, ably assisted by Robert Hefferman, viee-presi- dent, and Sumner Elwell, seeretary-treasurer. As in every well-run business, aeeurate reeords must be kept of all band property. Mueh of this work is done by our librarians. Headed by Margaret Croke, they are Carroll May, Betty Blood, and Esther Philbriek. Dolores Simard and Jayne Lyons have kept attendance. Jack Donovan and Paul Andrews were band managers. For the first time the band participated this year in High School Day sponsored by Boston University at Fenway Park. Page Ninety Fourth Row: J. Rowe, J. Mailhot, D. VVhitney, D. Irish, C. Marsh, D. Wright, D. Nason D. Davidson, LeBlond, S. Dean, C. Lajoie, G. Jackson, M. Adamski, K. Allen, F Donovan, J. Young, R. Moors, N. Gentile, N. Poliquin, H. Groves, C. Halle, W. Hodgkins ilI.Pl3rliilinerd, S. Coy, G. Yeayo, D. Weathern, R. Cushman, J. Leighton, V. Gould . 1c'e. Fifth Row: J. VVoodard, L. Mackay, J. St. Hilaire, R. Robinson, S. Crowley, S. Burrows B. Burgess, J. Niles, F. Cole, R. Ryder, P. Hiitt, R. Dutton, P. Andrews, J. Fowler ?f'6fff. 4 Wg x ,- -531, ., f ff' r . ' 'V'-f if 4,2 A 5 z s 9 9 L. Hodgkin, J. VVoodcock, M. Chase, C. Rich, W. Smith, F. Moody, V. North, Knowlton, D. Hill. Highlighting a busy musical year were the two concerts held in the Lewiston Armory before capacity audiences. The Winter Concert took place in January and featured numbers which brought out the pleasures of snow time. In May, the Spring Concert presented many popular and familiar numbers. An annual treat for the younger set is the concert assemblies presented at Web- ster and Walton Junior High Schools. Judging from the Hne appearances of the grammar school bands, these affairs stimulate a great deal of interest among the boys and girls. Let's not forget those weekly appearances in assemblies at E.L., too. Beaming faces in the spring can mean only one thing to band members. It's festival time. The band attended both the Westem Maine and the New England Music Festivals. The former was held in Sanford, and the latter was at Rutland, Vermont. Band members worked especially hard to make a fine showing at both gatherings. It meant long hours of practice and drilling to accomplish just the right technique. As June nears, band members are beginning to think of putting their uniforms away till another fall. For thirty-two seniors there will be no band next year, but as they graduate they will look back with pride to the organization of which they were members. N. C. D. N. Page N inety-one ,jr 'yyoda First Row: G. Smith, B. Oakes, D. Nason, P. Dacey, N. Paradis. Second Row: M. Moore, M. Chase, R. Estes, H. Heeker, J. Simard, C. Howlett. me rar? procfora, The Library Proctors' Club consists each year of students who have study per- iods which they are willing to spend at the desk in the library helping students find books or needed information. Other duties to which the proetors attend are keeping the library in order, dusting, checking books in and out, collecting money on overdue books, seeing that newspapers, magazines and books are kept where they belong aeeording to the Dcwcy decimal system, answering the phone whenever necessary, and often ringing the bell which brings an end to classes. Early in the year a meeting is held to explain the duties to new members and refresh the memories of those who were proetors in previous years. Soon after this the election of officers takes place. This year Donald Nason was chosen president of the club with Beverly Oakes, vice president, Patsy Dacey, secretary-treasurer, and Normande Paradis, the senior representative to the executive committee. Other members of the club are Marilyn Moore, Ruth Estes, Marilyn Chase, Wilma Fogelsohn, Herbert Hecker, Carol Howlett, Judith Pritzker, Janine Simard and Glennice Smith. This year several new volumes were obtained among which are two pictorial histories of the years 1948 and 1949, which have proved popular with students seek- ing news on current events. L. S. Page N inety-two in First Row: R. Fogel, J. Rubin, Mr. Smith, H. Hammond, A. Tingley. Second Row: S. Manyak, R. Bangs, N. Newcomb, M. Brody, M. Dacey, R. Page, J. Crossman. ' Eedafiieg The Edward Little Debate Club has had one of the busiest seasons in many years. The members attended the Portland practice tourney on February 4, and the South Portland practice tourney on February 18, and also sponsored a practice tourney at Edward Little on February 11. On February 18, the hrst team, consisting of Herbert Hammond, Morton Brody, Robert Fogel, and Jacob Rubin, went to Orono for the annual University of Maine Debate Tourney. For the second con- secutive year the team won the trophy, which was presented to Mr. Westerberg at the March 10 assembly by Herbert Hammond, president of the debate club. On March 4, Mr. Smith sent Herbert Hammond, Morton Brody, Roger Page, and Allan Tingley to the New England National Forensic League Debate Tourney held in Durham, New Hampshire, where the teams met with 50 percent success in debating. However, Morton Brody took the first place in the radio speaking con- test. As the 4'Oracle" goes to press, the club is about to send four debaters to the Bates League starting on March 24, and a number of speakers to the National Forensic League Speaking Contest in Lewiston on March 18. The debate question this year was "Resolved: that the President of the United States Should be Elected by the Direct Vote of the People." R. P. Page N inety-three Sitting: C. Reinstadlcr, M. Stewart, E. Brown, S. Crowley. Standing: D. Nason, K. Russell, N. Cole, H. Hammond, R. Parsons P. enior obrama "The Happiest Years", a comedy in three acts by Thomas Coley and William Roerick, was prcscntcd on Thursday and Friday evenings, April 13 and 14. The cast was as follows: Richard Johnson, Richard Parsons: Martha Johnson, Sue Crowley: Miss Wentworth, Gloria Reinstadlcrg Clara Graves, Betty Brown, Morton Graves, Herbert Hainmondg Florence Graves, Nancy Cole: Bertram Graves, Kenncth Russell, Roger Littlefield, Donald Nason, Joan Miller, Marcia Stewart. The committees wcrc as follows: business management committee, Michael Daccy, Joseph Lclansky, Robert Meserveg ticket selling committee, Charlene Plum- mer, Carol Howlett, Eilccn Howard, Phyllis Penley, Fern Curtis, Arlene Hodgkins, Ruth lirindley, Jeannette Poirier, Dolores Simard, Janine Simard, Ellen Jillson, Marion Goldberg, Theresa Nadeau, Daniel Miller, June MeGilvery, Doris Hall, Richard Hagan, prompters and understudies, Beverly Boothby, Ruth Estes, Thomas Ross, William Bauer, Shirley Dunn, make-up committee, Ruth Robinson, Beverly Rogers, property committee, David Sjostrom, chairman, Carolyn Stoddard, Irma Sparks, Joyce Wing, Dorothy Whitney, Anne Stevens, Barbara Stephenson, Joan Weston, Franklin Cole, sound effects, Curtis Webber, electricians, Robert Berube, Allan Tingleyg carpenters, Reginald Brown, Paul Blouin, William Bridgham, Regi- nald Emcry, Cleveland Spencer, Arthur Laphamg stage decorators, Carol Howlett, Karen Thompsong stage manager, William Bauer. M. F. Page N inezy-four First Row: Miss Downs, M. Butler, Miss Gardner, R. Meserve, Miss Gervais. Second Row: Mrs. Ashton, Dexter, R. Bouchard, P. Ingles, P. Packard. VJ . A Q . , . . .fu 1.4.4 , ' M, f.f.,v.,1f,fJ.1tJ VJMQJ .,L,a,,t,g,.,,,,L,,.,.y f K 1, .1 -fu - M ' vi ,Mb --' -7,vuJ,,ygfsIfX'-4.a YL--'.' i - li' ' " ' ' we .lgjjenigfg KOUFEI ' Early in September the Assembly Board began its work. Students elected the following representativcs: seniors, Marilyn Butler and Robert Mescrvel juniors. Priscilla Ingles and Peter Packard, sophomores, janet Dexter and Reginald Bouchard. Robert Meserve served as student-chairman with Marilyn Butler and Priscilla Ingles as eo-secretaries. Serving as faculty advisers were Miss Gardner, chairman: Miss Gervais, eorres- ponding seerctary: Mrs. Ashton, Miss Barthelemy, and Miss Downs. The group planned for outside speakers, student talent, exhibits, rallies, and movies as part of an extensive and varied program. ln addition, the Board sponsored the "Bow-Tie" dance to raise money. As a result of much planning by the Assembly Board, the school enjoyed a variety' of programs. There were interesting personalities: the Reverend Lewis Brehaut, Sgt. Montague of the Canadian Mounted Police, and pianist, William Haaker. Who will forget the Previews of Progress exhibit by General Motors? School groups contributed a large share of the programs: the Dramatic Club, the Debate Club, Cheerleaders, Hi-Y, Key Club, Band and Chorus, Speeeh Class, G.A.A.. Outing Club, a group from Webster, - and even the Faculty! The Talent Shows brought three outstanding performances with the class of '51 the winners. R. M. Page N inety-five First Row: B. Peterson, N. St. Hilaire, R. Rf-ny, R. Meserve, R. Girard, R. Parker. Second Row: R. Gammon, U. Howlett, A. Dc-ehene, R. Mathews, T. Bonney, R. Poulin, G. Briggs, G. Begin, W. Higgins. Third Row: 'lf Lzinr, P, Boucher, L. Niles, R. Parsons, Godin, G. Westerbcrg. Jvh- 'lin' presiclent of tht- I9-P9-50 Hi-Y was Bob Reny. Other ollivvrs were Bob NIr'sc-rw-, viem'-pi'r'sidc-lit, Norniand St. Hilaire, secretary. and Roineo Girard. tren- raurvr. Nrlson Hallovk and Gerald Rousseau served as advisers. The inenibers participated in inany artivities this year. In November inany of the boys attended the Ulder Boys' Gonferem'e in Wlaterville. On Mareh Il, Robert Rvny and Romeo Girard represented the Club at the state-wide session of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y legislature held at Bowdoin College. ln May, Robert Meserve. Robert Reny, und Romeo Girard will attend a legislature at Augusta. Several money-raising projects were undertaken by the club. During the foot- ball and basketball seasons, the xnernbers sold programs and souvenir pins at the football and basketball games. Many social activities such as hayrides and a roller-skating party, highlighted an enjoyable year. A dance was held for the benefit of the World Youth Fund. Prior to the Armistive Day football game the boys staged a. rally in assembly. The last big event will be the annual blow-out party which will take place in May. L. N. Page N inety-six First Row: N. Paradis, Miss Gervais, V. Gove, J. Dionne, B. Thurlow. Second Row: R. Gagnon, G. Pratt, K. Hammond, J. Lovejoy, D. Hyde, L. Dechene, M. Chase, P. Daccy. Third Row: B. Boothby, P. Poulin, I. Huard, H. Timberlake, D. Caouette, -I. Pritzker, J. St. Hilaire. we yunior Mc! Graaff The junior Red Cross began activities this year with an enrollment drive and the choosing of the Council. Nearly one hundred percent of the students of Edward Little enrolled. Each homeroom chose a student to represent that room, and during the first of the monthly meetings of the Council, Verna Gove was elected presidentg Gerry Dionne, vice-presidentg and Eleanor Fradkin, secretary-treasurer. Miss Elsie Gewais served as faculty advisen The Junior Red Cross girls work hand in hand with the local Lewiston-Auburn chapter of the Red Cross which directs many of the activities of the Council, such as making favors, packing gift boxes, and filling stockings. For a Christmas project the Council made and filled stockings and provided entertainment for the residents of the Lewiston City Farm. For the Spring project the Council helped to outfit the First Aid room in the Annex for the benefit of the members of the Home Nursing Course and for all the students of Edward Little. The Junior Red Cross is one of the out-standing activities of the school and has done much through the years to bring happiness to others. C. S. Page N inety-seven F t wp 1 i Xb! 1 Kp. Cb f , l 1 First Row: B. Dirk:-y, S. Farr:-ll, Q. Estt-s, I. Dc-xtrr, R. Gagnon, L. Simard, C Icloii f B ' tt 1 A .ohnd, 1. un- H. xhlllli ., . 1 nk, M. Haskrll, A. Lr'Blanc', tl. lfrousv, Y. Prvsfon, ll, Hodq s M. Jarohs, l. Breton, Dawvs. 'l'ht' Edward Littlt- Chorus. undrr tht- ahlf' dirfwtion of Mr. Donald Gay. ron- sists this yt-ar of approximatr-ly ont- hundrvd and vighty voirvs. Thr ofhwrs of this group wort- rhoscn in Svptvnibvr and art' as follows: Shirlvy Dunn, prvsidt'nt: Rich- ard Gammon. vim'-prvsidvnt: and Elaine- Bvnnvtt, s0c'rr'tary-trt'asurt'r. Thx' svrtion lc-adm-rs art- sopranos. Annvttt- I.c-Blanc: altos. Mary-Ann .Iacobsg tvnors. William Mar- shall: and hassvs. Lvo 'l'rc'panit-r. livvatism- of tht- largt' numhvr of voicvs and limitvd numbvr of uniforms. a spvrial group of about vighty was c-host-n to partiripatt' in ronrvrts and othvr public' affairs. Tha' most important appt'aranrt's wt-rv a Christmas Conwrt givvn hf'rc at Edward Littlt- in collaboration with tho Dramatic Club, and tho annual mid-wintrr ronrcrt he-ld at tht- Lt-wiston Armory on january fourtvcnth. Svlvrtions for thc- formcr in- vludvd Christmas carols and songs typival of tht' wintvr svasonl while' at tht- lattvr, tht' chorus sang among oth:-r svlwtions, "Wintr'r Wondvrlandf' with a solo by Shirlvy Dunn: "I Drt-am of Youf, with a solo by Leo Trvpanicrg a modvrn vvrsion of "Com- in' Round tht' Mountain." with a solo sung by David Sjostromg "Now Let Evrry Page Ninely-eight t S:-rr-ntl Row: S. ffilvhs. M. Butlvr, C. Corrix'1'au, M. jones, S. lfolvnian, Load TK rr H 'rms Il Yin Ft Third Row: L. Proulx, R. Donahue, E. Lebrec, J. Dionne, V. Freeman, C. Gurney, P. Packard, B. Bartlett, W. Marshall, W. Bauer, F. Goss, R. Demers, R. Donahue, L. Asselin, G. Reinstadler, W, Wheeler, B. Boothby, P. Dennis, J. Bisson, S. Dunn. Fourth Row: R. Gammon, A. Dcchene, R. Parker, C. Simones, D. Sjostrom, B. Michael, N. Theriault, T. Bennett, R. Frost, A. Gharron, R. Parsons, L. Trcpanier, S. Sturtcvant, R. Labbe, G. Bennett, B. Luttcrell, R. Ruttenhurg, V. Gouger, Donovan, Lunt, E. Wallingford. Tongue Adore Thee", from Bach's cantata L'Slcc-pcrs lVL1kc"3 and "Lol A Voice to Heaven Sounding" by Bortniansky. A smaller group of approximately twenty-five has sung at many community functions such as the United Commercial Travelers, Kiwanis. and at church gather- ings. Another outgrowth of the chorus that has been very popular is a boys' double quartette organized with Mr. Gay's assistance. This group, known as the Jabber- wocks, has been much in public demand and has appeared numerous timcs in the past year. A small group of prominent chorus mcmbcrs was sclcctcd to go to Springfield, Massachusetts for the New England Concert Festival, held from April twelfth through the fifteenth. The participants in this festival received their music wceks in advance and worked hard preparing it. As this successful year draws to a close, the senior members will be leaving, hut the prospects of a fine chorus next year are good as both the junior and sophomore classes contain an abundance of talent and interest. W. H. Page Ninety-nine First Row: S. Dunn, M. Ste-wart, R. Mcscrvc, C. Rcinstadlcr, P. Packard. S1-cond Row: WV. Baucr, R. Brindley, D. Sjostrom. an M J -. . -ff '1 . ., 4' C ramafic This is thc sccond succcssful ycar of thc Edward Littlc Dramatic Club undcr thc supcrvision ol' Nliss Blargarct Jordan. Thc Club mccts rcgularly in thc cvcning ol' thc third lucsday ol' cvcry month. Anyonc in the school is cligiblc to bccomc a mcmbcr upon signing up and paying ducs, which arc fifty ccnts for thc ycar. An gictivc mcmbcr may gain cxpcricncc in acting, in dirccting, and in production. ln Novcmbcr. Club mcmbcrs wcrc cxtcndcd an invitation from Miss Schacflcr of lizitcs Collcgc to attcnd thc drcss rchcarsal of "Thu Latc Gcorgc Aplcyn. For thc lidwzlrcl l.ittlc Christmas asscmbly, a light and cnjoyablc comcdy "Christmas at llomc" was stagcd. l.atcr. at informal mcctings of thc Club. "Thc Knavc of Hcartsn was prcscntcd by mcmbcrs as a drcss rchcarsal, and a walk-through of a onc-act play, "Thc Old Troupc-r". was given. Two one-act plays arc schcdulcd to bc put on for studcnts somctimc in May. Thr- ofhccrs of the Club arc as follows: Robcrt Mcscrvc. prcsidcntg Pctcr Packard. vicc-prcsidcntg Marcia Stcwart, sccrctary: Gloria Rcinstadlcr. trcasurcr: William Bauer, chairman of informal mcctings: David Sjostrom. chairman of productions: Shirlcy Dunn. playrcading chairman: Ruth Brindlcy. chairman of studcnt coaches. M. B. Page One Hundred First Row: R. Gagnon, R. Lt-gcndrc, N. Cole-, I. Sparks. Sc-cond Row: M. Pulkkinf-n, B. Thurlow, L. Theriault, J. Olson, B. Stvphcnson, A. LvBlanc'. Or-Jer of greg? .xdrfidfd The Ordrr of Grvgg Artists is a Club which consists this yvar of ninctccn girls who havc surwssliully passwd thc' rcquirvd tvst. and havt' rc'c'civcd thrir c'c'I'tiHc'atcs. To pass this tvst. onv must ha' abln' to takt' down shorthand dictation at sixty words a ininutm' for fivc rninutcs. Thvn om' rnust transcribe tht' notvs nvatly with no inorv than iiftccn errors. Nancy Colt- was thi' first inc-mbcr to pass thc tcst this yrar. Many of those girls havc also passed a Compctent Typist test, which, although not necessary for admission into thc Club is, ncvcrthclcss, a valuablc asset to the- girl who applivs for a job. All Grcgg c'1'rtific'atc's arc rt'c'ognizCd by prospvrtivn' vin- ployers as proof of thc ability of the applicant to do good work. After passing thc rcquircd test. thc Club nicrnbcr may go ahead to varn othvr certificates givvn for trsts of vighty and one- hundrc-d words a niinutc and cvs-n highm-r. Most of the girls in this club arc planning to go into thc busincss world as stcnogra- phers and sccrctarics, bookkccpcrs and accountants. But, no niattcr what vocation they Choose, the girls will find that thc' cxpcI'ic'ru'v thvy have I'l'l'L'lVCd in the Club will prove valuable. B. T. Page One Hundred Om: S if .ff 4 First Row: R. Girard, R. Gammon, R. Meserve, G. Westerberg, R. Parker, B. Peterson, R. Maybury. Second Row: P. Harriman, G. Higgins, R. Poulin, G. Briggs, G. Begin, F. Folsom, J. Snow, A. Lapham, C. Simones, A. Palmer, C. Howlett, A. Dechene. Third Row: R. Turcotte, K. Russell, B. Lutteral, R. Bouchard, N, St. Hilaire, T. Lane. R. Littlefield, W. Higgins, R. Small, R. Marshall. Fourth Row: M. Sprague, L. Niles, Godin, P. Boucher, T. Bonney. JI CH eg ll The Edward Little Key Club, sponsored by the Lewiston-Auburn Kiwanis Club, holds its meetings every other Tuesday during the school year. September marked the emergency drive for funds to help the polio victims of this vicinity. During the months before Christmas, members sold apples at recess, the proceeds going to bene- fit the Underprivileged Children. These months also marked the T. B. pencil sale. The second week after Christmas the club sponsored a Holiday Hop in the Edward Little gym. The dance proved so great a success that the club was able to make contributions to the Red Cross and the Benefit for Blind European Children. Also because the yearbook funds this year fell short of the goal, the club contributed ten dollars to this cause. Every month during the school year two senior members of the club are chosen to attend the meetings of the Kiwanis Club for that particular month. The repre- sentatives have been as follows: October-Bruce Peterson and Robert Meserve November-William Bauer and Robert Reny Deer-mberfCurtis Webber and Sherman Bradbury January-Paul Boucher and David Sjostrom February-F rank Folsom and John Carrigan March-Lee Niles and Roger Page K. R. Page One Hundred Two First Row: P. Rogers, E. Jillson, M, Haskell, St. Hilaire, Dionne, N. Dionne, P. Breton. Second Row: S. Burrows, C. Chasse, B. Colby, C. Bilodeau, J. Lovejoy, P. Levas- seur, A. Messier, C. Rousseau, R. Girardin, J. La-blond, J. Belanger. Third Row: L. Carpentier, P. Dennis, G. Buck, D. Spooner, L. Nadeau, C. Estes, J. Briggs, V. Carpentier, L. Dechene, Davis, C. Lavoie, B. Hurley. Fourth Row: E. Burgess, C. Hawkins, J. Damon, J. Le-blond, F. Latour, L. Simard. -lem The Edward Little Y-Teens entered a successful year by increasing their mem- bership to one of the largest enrollments the club has ever had. Election of ofnfieeria was held in the fall with the following results: Joan St. Hilaire, president: Georgette Dionne, viee-president: Marlene Haskell treasurer: Nancy Dionne, secretary, Illene Dexter, scribe: Lorraine Carpentier, and Ellen Jillson, the two inter-elub counsel delegates: Mrs. Richard Tardy and Miss Janet Brown, the adult advisers. Throughout the year the girls enjoyed a variety of programs. In December, the elub sang Christmas carols and presented a skit at the Auburn Home for Aged Women. Two meetings with the Hi-Y boys were held this year, one at the Y.M.C.A. at which Professor Flint Taylor of Bates College spoke on S'Choosing A Partner for Marriage."g the second meeting held at the Y.W.C.A. consisted of a panel dis- eussion on "Dating Problems". During the year, the club raised money to send four of its members to the state- wide conference of Y-Teens clubs at Bar Harbor on March 3, 4, and 5. Marlene Haskell, Lucille Simard, Joan St. Hilaire, and Nancy Dionne attended the confer- ence which had as its theme "Youth of Today and Leaders of Tomorrow." In addition to these activities the club members have enjoyed skating parties, square dances, and workshop group meetings. P. B. Page One Hundred Three l"i1's: llow: Miss Downs, C. Lindsay. N. Lilwyfr, L. Marshall, Mrs. Burkr. Sc-cond Row: C. Dostic, D. Sawycr, N. Carver, E. Penley, P. Levasseur, A. Messier .7Ae jufure omema era of .America 'lliuf l"11t111'1- llUlIll'll1llli1'l'S ol' KXlII4'l'll'21 Club is il nation-widv orgzlnization foundvd Im' thi' IJl'lIllill'y p111'posm- ol' 1-cl111'z1ti11g thm' high school girls of th1' 1'ou11t1'y in thc- art ol llUIIll'IlllllilIlQ'. 'lllll' ussorizitioii, lioxwvm, dovs not limit itscll' to tha- domvstic' sidc of hoim- lili- alonv, hut it is iiitvliclvcl to l'Hl'OLll'11gi' ClCI1l0l'I'2ltll' policivs hoth in thc' llolilrallicl iii 1l11-1-m1111i1111iiy'. 'l'l11- l'lclm111l l.ittl1- Clliuplvr stz11'l1'cl thc svuson hy mziking 'lll12lIlliSglVlDg' lmslwts klllll1'0OlilK'Sli0I'tlll' K1-y Clulm to clistriliiltc. Sl'Yl'lkkll othvi' wortliy proi1'1'1s liollowvd. om' of whirh wus 21 Clll'lStIIl1lS party for thi- Slllllll 1'l1ilcl1'c'1'1 at thv lA'XVlSl0I1-.AUl'Jlll'Il Cl1ilcl1'1'n's Holm: In Fc'b1'uz11'y thx' p1'1-sidvnt. Nunvy l,Zl.XN'yK'l'. 1'11t1-1't11in1'cl thx' club with 11 Vl1lt'I1IlIll' Pzxrty. Latvr, in thm' spring tln- girls iIJOIlSOl'l'Cl ll tm in honor of thi' 111oth1'1's who havn' hclpvd with tht' qirtivitim-s ol' 1111-oi-gginization. .M thi- limi' thc' "Orzu'l1-" wviit to prvss. tht girls NVK'I'l' mukirig plzms to rziism' iiionn-3' to 11111-iid ilu- 11111111111 stzitm--wiclv vonvvntion. 'lllll' lil.. 1'l111pt1'1' llll'l'lS l'Vl'l'y two wvvks in thc' unnvx 11r1dc'1' the supvrvision of Mis. Ihirlu- Zlllfl Miss lJUXYllS. thc' home- l'l'0IlOIllll' tl'1N'l1i'l'S. TI111 0H:ll'l'l'S of thx' club 1111- ns follows: Nzmcy 1,11wy1'r. pre-sid:-ntg Elaine Pcnlry, vice:-prcsidcntg Gvnicc Lind- say. Sl'4'l'l'tllI'yI livtty Brown. tI'I'l1SUl"l'l'l Claudvttc Dostic, historian: and Gl'Ol'gf'ItC Gobcil, rcponer. J. W. Pam' Om' llumlred Four Sitting: C. Howlett, j. McGilvc-ry, Mr. Wimmer. Standing: U. Crouse, E. Brown. unior own Weefing 0 fda .fdir 'lln' .Iunior Town Mm-ting ol tht- Air has i'Olllpll'tL'Cl its third yvar of brozidcust- ing lirmn tht' studios of Station XYLANI undcr the dilvction of Mx'. Frank XVllIlIlli'I'. 'l'hm- OI'g21I1lZiIlil0I1 has inadv grvat aClvam't'111c'11t this ycar. M1'. VVlIHIllt'1' has l'Jc'c'n ztppointvcl to tht' National Cominittvc' of junior Town Mcctings. Two II1l'IIllX'l'S from EL., Nancy Cole and Hvrbcrt Hammond, and two Lcwiston High School stu-- dvnts z1ttc'ndc'd tht' Stats rllCZlL'l1lll'S, Convcntion at Bangor in October. This yvar for thc' first tinu: f'llll'Jlt'IIlS of award will bc givvn on 21 point systvm to vgtrious iuiviiulvws ol' that group. Thr lt-ttvr is muvh likt' thc dvlmtc and band lt'ttn'1's. lt in round :md llllS21Illllil'OIlXX'lllK'll that school lvttcrs ara' inst'1'ibc'd. H. H. 'va First Row: R. Thompson, R. Mifhsiud, Mr. Carroll, A. iliinglvy, F. Hunnvwvll. Si-vond Row: K. Austin, R. B1-rulw, R. Curvy, R. I,nh4-llc, B. YYoodzird, K. Alle-n, K, Aldvn. efaarfmenf ofjducbo- M5ua!.f4iJ5 lidwurd l.ittlm- High School has bf-rn uppointvd ll "Pilot School" in thi' National l':Cllll'llll0Il Association of Audio-Visual Aids for tht- svcond yvar in sui'c'vssion with Mi'. Russvll IJ. Carroll in vlizirgm- ol' tht- nvwly uppointvd N. E. A. Pilot Svhools in Maine-. During thi' srhool yn-zu' ol' IFJ49-1950, thi- lh-pz1i't11ii'1it of Audio-Visual Aids has shown to various groups of Edward Littlm' High School studrnts m'arly two- llllIlCll'l'Cl motion pirturn- tilms. This has mrzint that this twvlvc studvnt proji'i'tionists, imdvr tha' clirn'L'tion of N111 Carroll. havm' bvrn vvry artivv. 'l'his yvur thc- high srhool has pUI't'l"lJ.lSl'd u nvw RCA "-WU" movin' projvvtor to l'1'lIllltAt' thu' wry murh usvd "Ampro". lirrziiise' ol' its improvvd optifal and hi-li- drlity spvzilu-r systvxus. thu- nvw projm-rtor will improve' thi- quality of motion pir- turvs shown in thx' ziuditorium. For rlzissroom movivs and filmstrip showing, tht- dm'pu1't11icnt has availablc' thx- following pit-rm-s ol' vquipnwnt: thru' projvrtors, two filmstrip p1'ojcn't0rs, and ll lilmstrip rword plzlyvr Combination. Also available for auditorium or rlassroom usa- urn- numvrous lilmstrips and films purchasvd by thc school, as wvll as 21 sound mirror IZIIJQ' i'm'i'ox'd1'1'z1nd il public' acldrvss systcm. R. B. Page One Hundred Six First Row: R. Donahue, L. Carpentier, J. Collet, P. Daeey, J. Howard. Second Row: S. Ford, E. Jillson, J. Lovejoy, B. WVheeler, M. Haskell, E. Bickford.. Third Row: R. Bangs, B. Doten, H. L1-Page, D. Davidson. , I -K -. je jeell .1496 KOOL The Teen Age Book Club is an organization which provides suitable books for high school students at a low price. It stimulates reading among the students and helps them to build up their own libraries. Once each month during the school year a list of five books is sent to Miss Wellman, the faculty adviser. A T.A.B. secretary is delegated by the teaeher of each English class to get the book order slips each month and pass them out to the members of his elass. After the members have cho- sen their books, the seeretary takes their orders and collects the money. Then when the books arrive, he distributes them. A wide variety of books is offered ranging from some that are required read- ing in high sehool and college to sports stories and jokes. Among the selections this year have been "Moby Dick" by Herman Melville and "Kim" by Rudyard Kipling. A book on manners for teen-agers, "Boy Dates Girl", was also offered. Two other popular selections were "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" and "Little Known Facts About Well-known People." A student may buy any number of books that he wants. With the purchase of every four books he is entitled to one free book. K. T. Page One Hundred Seven f ,C rl-7, A A U' x I l I ..I Q I fi. H 1' I 1, First Row: Svwzlll, Gow-, C. Pvtvrson, C. Royiill. rn, li ,.l Sz-Coml Row: l.m'r', llutvhinson, S. Dunn, X i 1 It. , ,V N V V i L A 7 ,I ,- , 4 J 4x-f A J' V- 'r' I' ,,2l !,r 4 fl 1 J i .4' I ' Y i 'I Ll' I ' ' 4- J X L? , . f Kai? ,S 1 7' ' Ci f U1 ' i if 'ff l eer ea em f . 1 L 2 4, , " 'l'hi' t'lim'c'i'lc'i1dm'r's hzxvv hvvn vvry avtivm' this yvur. livsidvs Q'lll'l'I'illg" Iit'gainn's, 'lihi' Ml1l'l'llt3li l,llIll'S. . Nvurly rvi-ry VVi'dn4'sday ziftvrnoon thi- girls huvz' hvvn hzirk to sfhool to prui'tim'i' trouhlvsonu- i'hi'm'rs, to COIIIPOSK' nt-w onvs, or to disfuss plans for rzlllirs. 'l'hm- flu-m'1'ln-aid:-1's arm' pivkrd hy thi' srnior IIlK'IlllX'I'S of thi- squad and thi' faculty udvisi-r ol' thi' group. Thi- girls must hzivi- thi- following qualillrations: nm-at appvar- arm-, plvasing uttitudv, srhool spirit, nianiivrs, form and flexibility while rhccring, pm-rsonulity, and pi-p. 'l'hi' sn-niors this yvar tm' Ruth livlxnont, Shirlvy Dunn, Junr Hutvhinson, ht-nd l'lll'l'I'll'i1Clt'l4, Alivt- Joy, and -Ii'unni'tti' Luci: 'l'hi'st' lvadvrs Chosm' the' following livm' girls from thi- sophomore class to takc thvir placvs nvxt yvar: .loannv lioulay, .lvri llionnv, Nanvy Gvntilv, Christini' Hawkins, and Paulvttv Poulin. 'l'hm- junior girls who we-rc uvtivt- this yvar ure' lloyu- Govt-, Connic- Pc-tvrson, Char- lvm' Royall, and .laniw Se-wall. Charlvnm' Royull was vhosvn head cl1Ccx'lt'ade1' for 1950-51. 'l'hi- thrra' outstanding rhm'c'rs introduced this yvar ara' llollo, Your Pvp, and You'vm- got to F-I-G-H-'lf chvt'rs whivh will livc long after their originators havc lvft Edward I,ittlcf. S. D. Page Une llunafrml Eight thvv wi-rv askc-d to takt- part in hvncfit programs surh as Kiwanis ".-Xpplv Daw", lllldfp. , . . , . , - .J Wm ff f x v f 4 X Hiwff If ' 1 7 P max i WN 1 X , Wjjf if X W 'I fp! s "f ' X 1-lf! X . L Q i 1 xx xv I . K ' 6 . , 4 H Q Q-, ', Huvu . 41 abr 'lx X 772 1711-z,J First Row: S. Cohen, C. Walton, N. Babbit, T. Bennett, F. Huntress, G. Veayo, R. Harris, A, Mercier. Second Row: Coach Beal, R. Zelenka, D. Wright, R. Palmer, S. Havens, N. James, A. Charron, D. Barry, R. Brann. If ' If .,'7,f WZ- j,,.,,,,,f Aw .144 L, - we Safimming lam l The swimming team of this year was made up of the following boys, the letter- mvn starred: Seniors-"'N. james QCaptainj, T. Bennett, +R. Brann, and 'K Russell, juniors-D. Barry, 9fA. Charron, S. Cohen, "'F. Huntress, "H. Lelansky and G. Vcayo. Sophomores-"N. Babbitt, R. Harris, S. Havens, A. Mercier, 'C Walton, and D. Wright. The schedule was as follows: E.L. Opp 29 Deering ' 37 29 Bowdoin V.'s 45 39 Deering 35 32 Hebron 36 21 Portland 54 49 Portland Boys' Club 25 28 Brunswick 47 Maine Interscholastic State Meet-second place. K. R. Page One Hundred Ten it 3- A 55 A tl' Left to Right: W. DeCostcr, N. Cummings, L. Grant, L. Laehance, D. Libbey, R. Field, B. Woodard, P. Harriman, Coach Dwelley, K. Alden, R. Langley, L. Berkley, R. Mathews, R. Lcgendre, R. Osgood, R. Ryder. .7Ae .iam The Edward Little ski team under the capable coaching of Linwood Dwelley had a very successful season. Bruce Woodard, Dick Osgood, and Bob Langley were the highest scorers in the Maine cross country events, and Dick Osgood and Bruce Woodard took first and second places in the New Englands. In the jumping events the scoring was divided among five good jumpers, Kenny Alden, Nomi Cummings, Dick Field, Lionel Lachance Qwho took second place in the New Englandsj and Bruce Woodard. This is a summary of the meets in order: Jan. 21 Lewiston's Carnival at Rumford-EL 393.95-Rumford 332.60 Jan. 27 E.L. Winter Camival-E.L. 389.01-Gould 372.11 Feb. 4, 5, Berlin Winter Camival-E.L. 382.76-Gould 367.13 Feb. 10, 11, State Meet at Andover-E.L. 392.15-Gould 374.83 Jan. 21, Feb. 21, Hebron and E.L. dual meet-E.L. 390.40-Hebron 372.84 Feb. 17, 18, New England meet at Lyndonville, Vt.-Lebanon 377.74-E.L. fourth with 368.030 Feb. 25, Dual Meet, Gould and E.L. at Bethel-E.L. 385.15-Gould 380.39 March 3, 4, Eastern Championships at Lyndonville, Vt.-Lebanon 382.556 and E.L. third with 374.74-8. D. M. Page One Hundred Eleven 'YOU' wwf W WW 151, Q. 1 QW First Row: J. Godin, G. Briggs, W. Higgins, P. Boucher, R. jordan, R. Poulin, G. Bc-gin. 441 Se-fond Row: R. Girnrd,' C. Howlett, G. Higgins, M. Philbrook, R. Parsons, 'I' Bonn:-y, Mzu'C0rnnc'k, V. Gould, Coavh Hatch. 'WU 'c0'?'l ,fee-71' Z, , Zgaleigaff E.l.. Opp. " ' -1-0 Westbrook 55 ' ' f 1 36 Bates F rosh 31 6'7" 41 so. Portland 39 41 Morse 42 34 Portland 37 33 St. Donfs 26 47 Lewiston 61 37 Rumford 33 26 Westbrook 22 38 So. Portland 48 56 Morse 34 35 Lewiston 28 31 Bates Frosh 54 36 Rumford 49 42 St. Dom's 35 32 Deering 34 285 St. Dom's 22 44x So. Portland 55 ' Play-off x Tournament John Godin won the Edward Little foul shooting championship making 46 out of 50. When competing for the Maine State title, John came in ninth, shootlng 40 out of 50. Page One Hundred Twelve T.R Q 2 X mf E! i Q 1 N was .a""k H 1535? sf , 3:50 ' First Row: R. Libby, S. Bradbury, R. Ra-ny, P. Boucher, N. Burns, R. Bilodeziu, D. Cobb Second Row: P. Harriman, R. Dubois. L, Niles, Ci. NV:-stm'r'li:-ia, fl. Higgins, A. Lgiphnm, li. Francis, R. Brziley, W". Higgins, K. Brown, R. lio.ich:1rd. Sloozlaff Six and two! Six games won and two lost: that is what will go down in the books as Edward Little High School's interscholastic football record for the past year. It all began one bright, hot morning in the last of August, when around fifty boys, most of them green and inexperienced, reported to Head Coach Steve Grenda and his assistants, Clyde Hatch and Artie Belliveau, for fall football practice. There was a lot to be done in the three short weeks they had to practice before the first game, and every man knew it. Slowly the defects were ironed out, the obsta- cles overcome, and the team began to work with machine-like precision. Then carrie the first game, with the opposition supplied by the E.I... Alumni. Although thc Eddies went down to defeat at the hands of the post-graduates, this game proved to bc just what they needed to gain experience and self-assurance. The Eds bounced back into the light when they ran wild through the Morse Shipbuilders thc following Friday, and really proved themselves by a magnificent goal-line stand a week later as they won over Portland. i Saturday, September 31, the E.I.. gridsters journeyed to South Portland where the Capers eked out a 5-0 victory. Page One Hundred F ourtcen fl I M if WML WM7 f N 15,14 Third Row: Mr. Hatch, L. Gustin, H. Sleeper, W. Brigham, R. Demers, V. Gould, ,l E. Manson, R. Osgood, K. Russell, R. Small, C. Thompson, R. Gammon, Mr. Belliveau, Coach Grenda. Fourth Row: G. Gustinwl. Phillipon, R. Burns, B. Peterson, W. Carlin, R. Morgan, R. Clark, G. Boston, R. Theriault, A. Hughes. C. Beal, E. Lyons. ln the weeks that followed the Eds proved themselves to be unbeatable on their home field by defeating Lewiston, Deering, St. Doms, and Rumford in that order. Then November 11 arrived, cold and rainy. The Lewiston football field was covered with an inch of sloppy mud. The mud was against the Eds because it hin- dered the speed upon which the tricky E.L. offense largely depends. The Devils with their heavier team and their power-plays were able to pin a 23-0 defeat on the home team. The season ended successfully with the following record: Alumni Edward Little 7 Morse Edward Little 28 Portland Edward Little 12 South Portland Edward Little 0 Lewiston Edward Little 20 Deering Edward Little 33 St. Doms Edward Little 31 Rumford Edward Little 33 Lewiston Edward Little 0 Page One Hundred Fifteen Mt , Z m"'1 E BASEBALL TEAM First Row: R. fl:1n1mon,l.. B1'llm'v:1m'c', R. D1'Ill1'YS. Swoncl Row: clllflxllllll, R, Rvny, R. Jordan, S. Bradlmry, N. St. Hilairv, G Brings, R. MIlthl'NN'S. l'hird Row: D. Irish, P. Bouvhc-r, D. Cobb, YV. Higgini, Coafh l'lr'llivc'au, R Thr-rinult, B. Woodard, R. Osgood. TRACK TEAM First Row: R. Mcmrgzmn, R. Bouflwr, R. Poulin, L. Lachanvc-, F. Huntrrss, A. Char ron, R. Hansfom, R. Clark, Poliquin, N. Burns. Sc-fond Row: Coarh Dwvllvy, R. Laroc'hc', R. Bouvhrr, R. Doucvttv, R. Frost, A Hughrs, NV. Ralph, Rivhards, R. Hart, 'l'. Bonnvy. Third Row: Cl. Briggs, E. S11-4-pm-, B. Roy, M. Bowiv, R. Bouvhard, E. Brown, D Barry, C, Walton, S. Bradbury. HDS N 1 A. G. Decorating Service Air Tred Shoe Corp. Al's Food Shop Anderson 8: Briggs Ann's Flower Shop Arnold, E. Co. Atherton's Aubum Free Press Aubum Heights Market ofiaf of .x4c!uerfi4erA Auburn Maine School of Commerce Auburn Motor Sales, Inc. Auburn Packing Co. Auburn Restaurant Auburn Savings Bank Auburn Wet Wash Auburn Wood Heel Co. Barnstone-Osgood Co. Bates Manufacturing Co. Bauer Hardware Co. Belgrade Shoe Co. Bell Shops, Inc. Benner's Benoit's Berry Paper Co. Bickford, E. A. Agency Bick's Service Station Bisaillon, Ralph Blais, F. X. Furniture Co. Boston Shoe Store Bouchard, Lucia D. Bouvier, D. A. Agency Brackett 8: Shaw Bussiere's I.G.A. Market C. 8: M. Electric Co. Campbell, K. 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Loring Studios Lowe Bros. Co. Lown Shoes, Inc. Lown Wood Heel Co. Mac's Restaurant Mac's Variety Store Maine Baking Co. .1-ish'-'..4.anun..-' ' 'A ......... Maine Moccasin, Inc. Malo Cleaners Manufacturers National Bank Marcotte Music 8x Fumiture Co., Inc. Marcoux, Romain Mary's Candy Shop Maynard's Boot Shop McCrellis, F.. V. 81 Co. Michaud, Laurier R. Milliken Tomlinson Co. Morin Brick Co. Murphy, T. Co. Nason, Harry E. New Aubum Bowlodrome New Method Cleaners Nichols Tea Room Nu-Way Cleaners Oak Hill Cemetery Ouellette Plumbing Co. Packard's Pharmacy Parent, A. L. 81 Son Parker's Book Shop Peck's Pelletier, E. A. Penley, E. W. Peterson, G. A. Co. Pontiac Center, Inc. Porteous, Mitchell 8: Braun Rivard Bros. Pharmacy Roak's Roux, Roland O. St. Hilaire Waterproofing Co. Sam's Sears, Roebuck 8t Co. Sewall 8: Son, Inc. Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co. Smith Garage Co., Inc. Snow's, Inc. Summer St. Market Terminal Barber Shop Tibby's Sports Center Turgeon's Pharmacy, Inc. Twaddle-Mitchell, Inc. Twin City Furniture Co. Twin City Sales Co. Vickery's Vincent Co., Inc. Willard 8: Sutton Wilners, The Wilson Stores Woman's Shop OPQCA .300ll50l'5 We wish to express our appreciation to the sponsors listed below who, by their generous gifts, have helped to make possible this Oracle. Mrs. Corrine Palmer Cole A Friend A Friend Mr. Sc Mrs. William A. Greenleaf J. P. Hutchinson Sz Co., Insurance Latin Club Library Proctors Reginald Littlefield Robert Maybury Mr. 8: Mrs. Carlton Moors Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwin Parker Mr. Sc Mrs. Howard Parsons Mr. Sz Mrs. Winslow Russell Charles Thurston 8: Sons, Danville Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Tingley ,FW V X ., BEST 8 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine ,g,-.,:x,,- x Phone llil:lfuEI:vv k J . .A lwnundd ' Best Wishes to the Class of "I950" E. W. PEN LEY 1865 - 1950 QUALITY MEAT PRoDUcTs Auburn Maine Auburn Restaurant, Inc. DODGE CLOTHES Factory to You Amcondmoned For Men and Young Men Famous for Our Home Cooking 240 Lisbon sum 60 Court Strvct Auburn, Maine LCWiSt0I'1 Maine to AUBURN SAVINGS BANK AUBURN, MAINE Home SCHOOL SAVINGS Many of our valued Customers are E. L. H. S. graduates who Hrst became dcpositors with this Bank thru its School Savings. Compliments of C 8: M Electric Co. 8: Kitchen Center, Inc 56 Broad Street Auburn Maine DIAL 2-3372 Progress . . . Golden Heart Refrigerated Bread is now protected from mold and other micro-organisms by the irradiation of ultraviolet-emitd ting lamps. When Golden Heart Refrigerated Bread leaves the large baking ovens, it is delivered to an automatic belt Conveyor system and kept eonstantly under the protection of ultraviolet lamps in sterile condition thru the cooling system, the wrapping process until sealed in its sanitary wrapper. Golden Heart Refrigerated Bread is the only loaf on the market protected by ultraviolet lamps for your protection at no addi- tional eost. Buy it daily from your Independent Grocers. Maine Baking Co. PARKER'S BOOK SHOP OAK HILL CEMETERY Beautiful Plots to Suit Your Books Stationery Gifts G l C d L d, Lb Family Needs , fr - 1 0 z rar numb ai 5 en nb iv See the New Modern Section Now Open 76 Court St. Auburn, Me. R. B. Parker, Prop. Phone 2-7671 MORIN BRICK CO. Phone 3-1012 Manufacturers of WATER-STRUCK BRICK Compliments df Twin City Furniture Co. COLBY HARVARD 376 Main Street "Sun Made" "Shade Madel' Auburn -' Maine Lumber-Wholesale 8a Retail Danville Maine B. L. Pontbriand, Prop. Tel. 2-8162 Robert C. Ford, Inc. Plumbing and Heating Sheet Metal Work Auburn Maine Courtesy Quality Service SAM'S Compliments of fOfigina1J New Auburn Bowlodrome ITALIAN SANDWICHES d Youive tried the rest-now try the best an 268 Main st. Lewiston, Me. 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Auburn Heights Markefi 95-97 Main St., Auburn, Me. Tel. 2-0842 369 Court St. Auburn, Mc. 6521, .r f 5 f,, gf: Us 4 K O 5 i 1 - OPENS SEPTEMBER I6 Practical Business Training Strfnogmphiz' Sffrzftarial junior Afrounting ' ' ' Normal Training Arfountirzg and B14.vim'ss AdNlI71Z.Yf7'0fI07Z . ,Q 1 .VI lfxeffulzve Sc 1 ri: tarza Also Coursvs in thc' Operation of CALCULATORS DICTAPHONE COMPTOMETERS ff I9 to july 28 1?Ill'II.YiZ'l'STX-I'17Ul'k S11 mmer Sl'.Y.Yi07I,l11l7l Our Normal Training Coursv is Approvvd by thc Srhool of Education of tho Univvrsity of Mainc. c'c1'tific'd by thc State Dvpartmvnt of Education Auburn Maine School of C A Businrss Collvgc' of Mvrlt and Distinction AUBURN, MAINE Craduatvs arm' OIIIIIISICS 53 COURT STREET Write or Call for Catalog AGNES C. SEAVEY, Prin. PAUL S. SPLAVEY, Mgr. DILLINGHAM 8z SON Memorial Chapel Ambulance Service DIAL 4 - 6 4 4 9 Compliments df BELL SHOPS Lewistonk Leading Women's Specialty Shop 80 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. W. E. 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Prices, Dial 4-5981 46 Court St. Auburn, Me Tvvclddle-Mitchel 40-42 No. Main St. OIL HEATING SALES and SERVICE 1, Inc. Auburn, Maine Auburn, Maine E LM H OTE L Upholding Maineis Tradition for Hospitality and Fine Foods Dial 4-4079 Compliments of Compliments o'f W. W. CRITES FRED'S BARBER SHOP D M D 79 Broad Street New Auburn Prop., Alfred Jalbert COMPLIMENTS OF Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co., Inc. to AUBURN MAINE Compliments of EAT AT CHAPUT'S CO. The Best of Food For You 4 Minot Ave. Auburn, Maine Union St. Auburn 1' ing Best Wishes To The Class of "1950,' Dean's Burner Service Elms Hardware Co. Distributor for 46 North Main St. Auburn, Me. Winkler and Torid Heet Dial 3-0791 Oil Burning Equipment LINCOLN STORES, INC. 100 LISBON STREET LEWISTON, MAINE B E N O I T ' S PREP HALL CLOTHES Outfitters To Men and Boys j Q ,J it ferr . , I be or o-o M' Ji-inn "7 lf' l A if new Designed Espeeially for High and Prep Srhool Men Lewiston "The Store of Service and Experienfen Athlelif Equipment for All Sports Spaldings iv A 4 A. Reach Voit gd Wright 81 Ditson 'I-1 1 . Nokona EMDR-I-ING GOODS co, 5 Riddell ,I ii i' A 58 Court Street Dial 4-4933 Auburn, Maine Compliments of Mrs. Lucia D. Bouchard 200 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. Compliments of MALO CLEANERS "Save by Cash and Carry" Dial 2-3291 11 Chestnut St. Auburn, Mc. 1950 PONTIAC The Most Beautiful Thing on Wheels SEE IT AT PONTIAC CENTER, INC. 419 Lisbon St. Lewiston Compliments df MAC'S RESTAURANT AND FILLING STATION Mechanic' Falls Maine Compliments 09' LOWN WOOD HEEL CO. Auburn Maine Hamel's Jewelry Store Watch, Clock and jewelry Repairing 229 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. Diamonds Watches HALL'S MARKET C. D. Hall, Prop. Fancy Groceries Meats - Frosted Foods Dial 4-4981 East Aubum Maine Known for Values W. T. GRANT CO. 113 Lisbon St. Lewiston Dial 2 1321 .IOYLAN D Little Folks Nursery Needs , Clothing - Fumiturc - Toys D' A' Bouvler Agency Infants to 5X Insurance 8.1 Real Estate Dial 2-1582 239 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. 58 Broad St. Auburn Me COMPLIMENTS OF LUGGAGE- PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS 199 LISBON STREET At Simpsonis LEWISTON MAINE Dial 2-6441 Compliments C. CREIGHTON of and Save Money on Nlenis and Womenls Shoes A Cushman Bldg. Tcl. 4-4966 Aubum, Me. Ouellette Plumbing Co. FORTIER Plumbing GJ" Heating "Contmctors,' Ommc Rial SL Industrial Specializing in Decorated Cakes 34 Main St. Lewiston, Mc. Tcl' 26521 308 Lisbon sf. Tel, 2-5541 Youngstown Kitehen Wall Tile Myers Pumps Lewiston, Maine Compliments of Mclrcotte Music 8: Furniture Co., Inc. 242-252 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine Compliments df T. J. MURPHY FUR CO. CHICOINE MOTOR SALES, INC. Furs and Ladies' Apparel 29 Ash St. Lewiston, Me. I Rene Chieoine With the Complzmentx of Tel. 4-4553 Albert L. Kavanagh Realty Company Real Estate and Insurance I4 Lisbon St. Lewiston 261 Main St. Auburn, Me. J. K. CAMPBELL 35-37 Sabattus St. Lewiston New Furniture Furniture Upholstering Window Shades Draperies BERRY PAPER C0. Stationers to Central Maine Kodaks - Fountain Pens Stationery 49 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. Compliments df Barnstone-Osgood Co. jewelers and Silversmiths Since 1859 50 Lisbon St. Lewiston Bussiere's I. G. A. Market 70 Broad Street Auburn Maine Tel. 4-8471 Groceries, Meats, and Provisions Compliments df EXCEL, INC. 140 Main Street 9 Third Street Auburn, Me. Dial 2-9361 MAINE MOCCASIN, INC. Misses' and Ladies' Handsewn Loafers 53 Hampshire St. Auburn, Me Dial 4-4761 Compliments of CARON'S LUNCH 137 Turner Street Auburn Maine Cash and Carry Delivery Service Nu-Way Cleaners, Inc. 51 Hampshire Street Auburn, Maine Dial 4-8581 George G. Wilson, Prop. Leonard,s Upholstery and FLANDERS Furniture Warehouse "Save the Difference" Everything for the Home Correct Clothes for Men . 23 Park St. Lewxston, Me. Next Door to Woolworth's 62 Court St. Auburn, Mc. Park St. Entrance Everything Photographic DABLINGHS 17 FRANKLIN STREET AUBURN, MAINE CLARK SHCDE COMPANY AUBURN MAINE Compliments df I nsurc' .... Musirnl Instruments Cameras v p'4G Community Theater Auburn, Maine F. Pollard, Mgr. W I lllka 52' om L 9- f ' lf: lf' 'Ix,,,mM llfi 3 , Maynard's Boot Shop 'xivog 415, if Q9 CE 51N 31 couR'r ST. AUBURN 180 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. Dial 4-5408 '1Frank Features Sportswcarn IIWDANI 1 Y stout ron turn? ON,MAINE 205 MAIN STREET i LEWIST Compliments df Compliments df LORING STUDIOS New Method Cleaners l'Finc Portraits" 118 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me 271 Lincoln St. Lewiston, Me. Dial 2-2601 Keystone Mineral Spring Wafer EAST POLAND, ME. Roland S. Downing, Prop. Lew. Phone 4-8281 Poland 11-13 Deliveries made in Lewiston - Auburn - MeFalls Poland - Norway - Turner - Sabattus 9 has served 3 generations of Edward Little students and their families. Central Maint-'s largest department store invites you to make it your store. Peek's Hi-Sehoolers Shop on our seeond floor is sparkling with new wearables and novelties for a high sehool girl's wardrobe. You are always welcome. Merchandise of Merit Sinee 1880 A. L. PARENT Sz SON ALL INSURANCE 64 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. Tel. 2-6801 Compliments of NICHOLS TEA ROOM Lewiston Maine Compliments of CHABOT and HACHEY CLEANERS 190 Riverside Drive Allbllfll Maing ARTHUR JAMES STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHERS A. L. Lachance Sz Son Plumbing - Heating and Sheet Metal Work Dial 2-2557 184 Seventh St. Auburn, Me Compliments df C. F. CHASE CO. 325 Center Street Auburn Hudson Cars International Trucks ROMAIN J. MARCOUX Optometrist Tel. 4-6771 42 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. TWIN CITY SALES CO. Wholesule 8z Retail Toys - School Supplies ana' Notions 71 Broad St. Auburn, Me. Seasonal and General Allis Chalmers Greeting Cards Tractors Luncheonette and Fountain Service sl Equipment MAC'S VARIETY , W. M. SHAW Cor. Court 8: Mmot Ave. Auburn, Maine Box 295 Auburn, Me. C l' off ompmem E. ARNOLD CO. Clarence C. Arnold, M gr. Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Work Dial 2-6991 73 Main St. Auburn, Me. Sears, Roebuck 8: Co. Dial 4-4041 212 MAIN STREET LEWISTON, MAINE Maurice J. Fineson BOX 277 BANGOR, MAINE Telephone 5745 Class Rings Class Pins and Awards Medals and Trophies Official Jeweler to EDWARD LITTLE HIGH SCHOOL since 1939 Representing Loren Murchison Sm Co. Porteous Mitchell 8: Broun Co. Center of Maine Living Portland Maine Cuvnplirnents rif THE VINCENT CO., INC. liottlvrs of Vzirzvrrzf Gingvr Alc- A Depwzdablrf Drug Store PACKARD'S PHARMACY P11-srriptions Givvn Curvful Attvntion Auburn Marina- Court Strvvt Auburn, Mc. CLASS OF 1950 Plc-asv ziuvpt our thanks and apprvriution for thc- plvasurc' of your assoviation during your yvars at E.I,.H.S. And 1 HERES LUCK lubb lllutsun I . AUBURN MAINE f.41n1plim.r'r1ls nf LOWE BROS. Walljaapvr Painfs Sundrirx 272 Main St. Lvwiston, Mc. Bisaillon Music Store 85 Lisbon St. Lvwiston, Mc. Dial 2-2901 Band Instrurnvnts for Salt' or to Rcnt Full Linz' of'Rez'01'ds and Shvet Muric Tc-acht-r of String Instruments and Afvordian Cflnlplffflenfs Of Compliments of RIVARD BROS. AL9S Prescription Pharmacy "Friendly Personal Service" 196 Lisbon St. 268 Lisbon St Lewiston, Maine Com St' Aubum- Me' Dial 2-3701 Dial 4-8651 A Complete Banking Service LEWISTCN TRUST COMPANY OFFICERS Geo. NV. Lane, -Ir., President W. T. Warren, Vice-President John E. McCarthy, Vice-President Geo. Wallingford, Treasurer Earl B. Austin, Asst. Treasurer Paul P. Ridley, Asst. Treasurer A. P. MeFarland, Asst. Treasurer H. T. Briggs, Asst. Treasurer S. Parker Foss, Asst. Treasurer Myer-Canter Footwear X-RAY FITTING 87 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine Tel. 2-8051 C'm'l'i"w"'s 'Y' CQBB-WINSLOW, INC. Insurance Counselors SN-0W,S, Fire, Auto, Casualty, Bonds and Life Dial 4-5785 - 4-5786 106 Turner St. Auburn, Me. 138 Main St. Lewiston, Me. Compliments of Milliken Tomlinson Co. I.G.A. SUPPLY DEPOT and Supcrba. Food Products LEWISTON MAINE Bauer Hardware Co., Inc. Central Maine Sporting Goods Headquarters 239 MAIN STREET LEWISTON, MAINE HEATING - PLUMBING OIL BURNERS 8z SERVICE 54 Winter Street Aubum, Maine Dial 2-0727 Boilerr Retubed and Repaired Heating Renovations Air Conditioning The Burpee Seed Store Vegetable and Flower Seeds Paints and Wall Papers E. V. MCC-RELLIS 8x CO. 158 TURNER STREET AUBURN, MAINE Dial 4-771 DAVE COLLINS CO. Heating and Plumbing LEWISTON MAINE "Say I t With Flowerf' AUBURN FREE PRESS from Printing - Publishing mg 99 Main st. Auburn, Me. "" 'N- Store: Auburn Theater Building Dial 2-7961 Greenhouses: 245 Center St., Auburn Our Best Wishes to the Graduating Class LOWN SHOES, INC. AUBURN MAINE Manufacturers' National Bank LEWISTON MAINE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I iplimcnls nl HERBIES VARIETY 381 Court St. Auburn, M Dial 2-9018 C pliments df BOSTON SHOE STORE 90 Lisbon St. L wiston, M C rnpliments ol B. F. GOODRICH CO. 25 Park Street Lewiston, Me. I Hx f-A Tube.: - Baftcf LACHANCE PLUMBING COMPANY 13 South Main Street Auburn Main I' pliments of E. A. PELLETIER Watchmaker and jeweler C 56 Broad St. Aubum, M ANN'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSE Dial 2-3457 Aubum Maine Compliments of Atherton Furniture Co. Lisbon St. Lewiston, M COMPLIMENTS OF "THE WILNEBS Classes of 1939 1940 1943 1945 1946 1948 1949 1955 Telephone 842 St. Hilaire Waterproofing Building Maintenance Anywhere in Maine ROBERT ST. HILAIRE 34 ROAK STREET AUBURN, MAINE Good Things To Eat - Hams, Shoulders, Bacon, Pressed Ham, Meat Loaves, Bologna and FRANKFURTS vfvupcrint BRAND Manufactured by Auburn Packing Company Buyers and Slaughterers of Livestock Custom Curing and Smoking of Pork Products Riverside Drive Auburn, Maine Business Established in 1900 "The House of Quality and Service" DIAL 4-4351 Lawrence Music and Appliance Co., Inc. SAME LocA'rIoN SINCE 1919 319 Lisbon St. Lewiston, M JOY INN American and Chinese Restaurant Special Daily Dinners All Kinds of Chop Suey to Take Out e. 20 LISBON ST. LEWISTON, ME QSM. a 'Gi'Ht?3s4'-93 -S?" if AL"-53.3 fx SS L AK Ili , C "4,,,, 5 ,,..A --,i.,.V..? - . f Illlltn H X,-xx :z'-.- .,t.. AAI. E ktl' -zzlhl . 14' xp. FOR 100 YEARS MAINE MEN AND WOMEN HAVE BEEN HARD AT WORK TO MAKE BATES FABRICS THE FINEST IN AMERICA. FOR BEDSPREADS AND DRAPERIES, COMB-PERCALE SHEETS AND PILLOWCASES, FINE COTTON, RAYON, AND NYLON FABRICS, ASK FOR BATES .... 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