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5 I s S E s 5 E E a E 5 i s P' n I E r 5 E 2 :I 5 5 i E 5 I w E E I v 5 Q E 5 5 5 e 5 Q 1 5 F 5 5 I E 5 5 E 1 E s Q E 5 E 9 z E 5 'F v ,. E 2 Q 5 If 1 r! ? F . S a 5 E I S 3 I E F 2 E E ,, 13 E RACLE EDWARD LITTLE HIGH SCHUUL Auburn, Maine OIPWOI' The houselights darken and the picture is flashed up on the screen. Revealed before you is a great drama of real people and actual events. This is the epic of a high school and its inhabitants. As the camera boy guides you through the past, once more you will find yourself dashing across Academy Street to the annex late for a class. Again, you are deeply embroiled in the plot of "Macbeth.,' Your ears catch the sounds of the schoolhouse: the banging of hammer and nail from the machine shop, the rhythmic tap . . . tap . . . of the typewriter, and the steady chatter in the corridors at recess. The breeze drifts in from open windows in the spring, bringing with it a snatch of a melody from the music room. Then, all the sounds blend into one song, the song of the school. You remember the laughter and laugh again. You recall the sad moments and cry again .... These years have passed never to return. But impressed forever on these pages is your story. Look and you will see reflected on every face the intangible spirit of loyalty and devotion born and nurtured at Edward Little High School. O7-AQ 60141936 ARNOLD G. WESTERBERG, B.A. Ecl. Ed. M. Principal Born in New York City. Prepared at Carson Long Institute, Was graduated from Pennsylvania State College with a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education. Did graduate work at University of Maine, and Bates Summer Sessions, Received h s Mister of Educa- tion degree from Bates College. Before coming to Edward Little as history teacher in 1936, he taught in New York, in Sullivan, Maine, and in Dover-Foxcroft. Maine. He was submaster and faculty man- ager of athletics from September 1943 to 1946, at which time he was elected principal. Served on the Board of Directors of the Auburn-Lewiston Kiwanis Club and is currently chairman of the Vocational Guidance Committee. Past president of the Auburn and Androscoggin County Teachers' Associations. Chairman of the Football Committee of the State Principals' Association. Member of the Executive Committee and Chairman of the Standing Com- mittee of Public Schools in the New England Association of Col- leges and Secondary Schools. 4 Qgaofe of Gontents Dedication ..... ....... . . 7 Faculty ....... .. 8 Seniors .................... ...... 2 0 Senior Personalities .. ...... 73 School Song ........ ...... 7 7 Senior Candids ...... ...... 7 8 Juniors ........... ...... 8 0 Sophomores ...........,. ...... 8 6 Curricular Activities .............. ...... 9 0 Extra-Curricular Activities ..... ...... 1 O0 Sports .................................. ...... 1 18 Advertisements .... ...... 1 31 5 EDWARD LITTLE 6 Qedication For your deep understanding of liurnan nature, for your down-to- earth philosophy, and for your gui- dance along the path of knowledge we, the class of 1953, gratefully dedi- cate this "Oracle" to you, Air. Alfred Nicholas Savignano 7 E233 A X , X 47 K .U f '75 Iwi' I ' gif? M 74 'Malay X-,, 1 ' Q22 M Q ' M M f 'lx Numb 1 N KJ .X ,f yi? 'I af' V I . 1 I ff I L I I A ffl ' 'f'v -, N, v-- , VHCULTY HUDIOVISUHL FIKDS J vi J il omecfv J QYMQK wa QQ 1. K Y sfvql Q u. Q i A ff" 1, f " 5XAxx X X j 5. sf v 5 4 I " Via X MISS JESSIE W. ALLEY, B.A., M.A. Latin and German 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 at Bates, where she received the Master of Arts degree. Came to Edward Little in 1915. Faculty adviser of the Latin Club. MRS. AMY B. ASHTON Business Machines, Ogice Practice, Typewriting Born in Lewiston, Maine Prepared at Lewiston High School. Was graduated from the Normal Training Course at the Auburn Maine School of Commerce, Au- burn, 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 Student Council. Serves as treasurer of the Cafe- teria Fund and as faculty representative of the Edward Little High School Parents' Musical Association. JOHN M. BEAL, B.A. Swimming Coach Born in Eastport, Maine. Prepared at Shead Memorial High School and Hebron Academy. Was graduated from Bowdoin College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Swimming Coach at Edward Little since 1945. ARTHUR J. BELLIVEAU, B.A. History, Baseball, and Football Born in Gardner, Massachusetts. Was graduated from Gardner High School, from Cushing Academy and from Bates College. Served four years in the Army before coming to Edward Little in the spring of 1946. Attended Clark University Summer School. PAUL BOOTHBY, B.S. Related Work and Meehancial Drawing Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School and Gorham Normal School. Attended extension courses and summer sessions, receiving his B.S. degree from Gorham State Teachers' College in 1952. Taught school in Waterville and Northeast Harbor from 1934-1942. Did defense work from 1943 to 1945, and worked as an experimental machinist from 1945 to 1948. Taught at Webster Junior High School from 1948-1950, and has since been at Edward Little. 10 MRS. ELIZABETH H. BOWEN, B.A. i Mathematics Born in Manchester, New Hampshire. Prepared at Brockton High School, Massachusetts. Was graduated from Colby College, with 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 University. Taught at Morse High School, Bath, Maine, and at Ossining School for Girls, Ossining, New York, before coming to Edward Little in 1932. GRAYDON BURNS Machine Operation Born in Wiscasset, Maine. Was graduated from Morse High School. Operated the Andrews Machine Company from 1929 to 1939. He started the training for defense in 1940, under state supervision. He has been in the machine business for thirty years. He came to Edward Little in 1944. MISS EDNA M. CANHAM, B.A. English Born in Auburn. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Farmington Normal School, and from Bates College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Taught in Auburn, Wilson's Mills, Stonington, Buckfield, and Kents Hill before coming to Edward Little in 1947. Extension courses at the University of Maine, and Bates College. Summer sessions at Bates and the University of Maine. Faculty adviser of the "Station.,' Had charge of last assembly. RUSSELL D. CARROLL, B.A., MA. Typewriting and Bookkeeping Born in Washington, Maine. Prepared at Lewiston High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Before coming to Edward Little in 1937, he taught at Hodgdon High School and at Mapleton High School in Maine. Received his Master of Arts degree from Columbia in 1940. He is Director of Audio-Visual Aids and is in charge of concessions at the games. ROBERT P. CHAPLIN Assistant Music Director Born in Auburn, Maine. Was graduated from Edward Little High School in 1937. Attended New England Conservatory from 1947 to 1950. Majored in Arranging and minored in Woodwinds. Special studies in Mouth- piece Technique, Chicago 1941. Worked with various dance orchestras in New England. Studied bassoon with Ernest Panenka, Boston Symphony. Individual Instructor in Athol, Massachusetts. 11 FRANK G. COOPER, JR., A.B. English Born in Philadelphia, Penn. Was educated in public schools of Beverly, Mass., Shaker School, Sabbathday Lake, Pennell Institute, Gray, and Bates College, Maine. Participated in football, track, and glee club while at college. Came to Edward Little in 1952. Faculty ad- viser to Debate Club, Assistant Coach of Track. MISS VIRGINIA CROSSMAN, B.S. Girls' Physical Education Instructor Born in Marlborough, Massachusetts. Prepared at Weymouth High School. Received her Bachelor of Sci- ence Degree in Physical Education at Boston University, College of Physical Education, Sargent. Has taught at Boston University Sargent Camp, Concord High School in Massachusetts, and in Lawrence High School in Maine. Recreation Director in Natick, Massachusetts. Faculty Adviser of the Girls' Athletic Association, of the Cheer- leaders, and of the Assembly Board. Charge of Queen's Court for the Winter Carnival, Coach for Auburn Recreation Department. MISS DOROTHEA A. DOWELL, B.A., M.A. History and Sociology Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Prepared at Dow Academy, Franconia, New Hampshire. Received her degrees from the University of New Hampshire. Attended summer sessions at the University of Idaho and the American Universitv, Washington, D. C. Participated in the 1949 Yale University field trip to Great Britain. Taught in Idaho and Bridgton, Maine, before coming to Edward Little in 1947. Faculty chairman for Carnival Ball and Senior Dance. Assistant faculty chairman for Junior-Senior Prom. MISS HELEN F. DOWNS, B.A. Home Economics Born in Skowhegan, Maine. Prepared at South Port- land High School. Was graduated from Nasson College where she received the Bachelor of Science Degree in Home Economics. She has taught at Epping, New Hampshire and in Falmouth High School in Falmouth. Maine. Attended University of Maine summer session in 1949. LINWOOD L. DWELLEY, B.S. Science and Physical Education Director of Winter Sports Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at Maine Central Institute. Was graduated from University of Maine with Bachelor of Science degree in Education. Played foot- ball at preparatory school and college. Was 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 summer he is proprietor of Wilderness Canoe Trips for Boys. 12 MISS SARAH ENWRIGHT, B.A. French Born in Calais, Maine. Prepared at St. Stephen High School. Received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Acadia College. Did graduate work at Bates, McGill, Harvard, and the University of Paris. Before coming to Edward Little in 1922, she taught in Guilford, Maine. Adviser for College Board examinations and for scholar- ships. MAXWELL M. ERSKINE, B.A., M. Ed. Chemistry Born in Presque Isle, Maine. Attended elementary and secondary schools in Easton, Maine. Received B.A. degree in Chemistry and Master of Education degree from University of Maine. Served as principal of the high school in St. George, Islesboro, Carmel, Jackman, and Unity, and has taught in Easton and Bar Harbor High School. Came to Edward Little in 1952. Business adviser of the 'KOracle." MRS. ANN J. FOSDICK Dramatic Coach Born in Washington, Pennsylvania. Prepared at Pea- body High School, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Attended School of Drama, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburg, Summer School, Kings School of Oratory, Knoxville, five years in Professional Theatre, Director of Community Little Theatre, Faculty adviser for the Dramatic Club and Director of the Senior Class Play. MISS MARGARET GARDNER, B.A. English Born in Brunswick, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended summer sessions at Bates, Boston University, and Emerson. New England Summer Workshop in 1949. Before cozming to Edward Little in 1943, she taught at Norridgewock, Old Orchard Beach, and at Brewer, Maine. She is on the Assembly Board, and is on the Junior Class Committee, and the "Oracle' 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 Hampshire, and Williams College. He is the director of the Band and Chorus. 13 MISS ELSIE M. GERVAIS, B.A. and M.A. French Born in Westboro, Massachusetts. Prepared at Edward Little High School and Bates College. Member of Phi Beta Kappa. Graduate work at Bates and Middlebury. Postgraduate study at University of Paris. Juilliard Music School, University of Maine, University of Illinois. Currently working in Guidance at Columbia University. Member of American Association of Teachers of French. Director of New England Modern Language Association. Sponsor of Junior Red Cross, member of Assembly Board, adviser of senior marching. STEPHEN GRENDA, B.A., M.A. Director of Athletics, Physical Education, Head Coach of Football Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Prepared at Law- rence High School. Was graduated from Columbia Uni- versity where he received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. Coached at Columbia Univer- sity, Manhattan College, University of Delaware. Was Director of Athletics at Floyd Bennett Field, and Batta- lion Commander at Navy Pre-Flight School in North Carolina. Discharged from the U. S. Navy with grade of Lieutenant. Came to Edward Little in 1946. ROBERT W. GUMB, B.A. Driver Education Born in Methuen, Massachusetts. Was graduated from Methuen High School, Massachusetts Radio School, Boston, Massachusetts, and Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Graduate work at the Center for Safety Education, New York University. Taught Driver Educa- tion at Fort Fairfield High School for two years. Was Radio and Radar instructor in U. S. Marine Corps during World War II. Teaches Driver Education at E. L. H. S. MISS GWENDOLYN G. HARDY, R.N. School Nurse Born in Woolwich, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little and Lewiston High Schools. Was graduated from the Central Maine General Hospital School of Nursing, Lewiston, Maine, and received training in Public Health Nursing at Simmons College. Was itinerant nurse on Matinicus Island, Maine, staff nurse at Lewiston and Auburn Red Cross, and Androscoggin County School Nurse. She is a member of the State and National Nurs- ing Associations. Attended summer sessions at Simmons College in 1948 and 1949. Instructor of Red Cross Home Nursing. MRS. JOSEPHINE T. HAYDEN, B.A. English Born in River Forest, Illinois. Prepared at Benton Harbor High School, Benton Harbor, Michigan. 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 Massachusetts. She is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. Chairman of Class Night. Faculty adviser of Student Council. 14 GEORGE W. HODSON, B.S. Science, Drafting, and Related Information. Supervision Vocational and Industrial Arts Education Born in Burnley, England. Prepared at Camden High School, the University of Maine, Pennsylvania State College, and Gorham State Teachers' College. Had two years, training in Mechanical Engineering, rest of prepara- tion in teacher training. Came to Auburn system in 1937. MISS JANET HOWARD Guidance Secretary Born in Auburn, Maine. Received education at Ed- ward Little High School, graduating in 1952. Attended Summer Session at Auburn Maine School of Commerce in 1952. MISS MAUDELENA S. HUSKINS Bookkeeping and Business Mathematics Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Was graduated from Edward Little High School, and the Maine School of Commerce. Did graduate work at Columbia, Harvard, and Bates. Came to Edward Little in 1916. In charge of placement service for girls who are going into business. HARRY JONES, JR., B.A. Physics and Physical Science Born in Taunton, Massachusetts. Prepared at Edward Little and Roosevelt Military Academy. Was graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration. Did post-graduate work at Bates College in Science and Education. He is a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Before com- ing to Edward Little. he was coach at Monmouth Academy. MISS MARGARET B. JORDAN, B.A. Mathematics Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School and at Bates College. Did graduate work at Bates and at Harvard summer school. Taught in Mexico, Maine, and Sanford High School. Came to Edward Little in 1923. 15 MISS LILLIAN KELLEY Shorthand I St II, Transcription II, Typewriting I Born in Jonesport, Maine, Prepared at Jonesport High School. Was graduated from Beal Business College, Bangor, Maine. Attended summer sessions at Boston University, 1947, 1950, 1951, and 1952, Washington State Teachers, College, 1948, University of Maine, 1949. Taught at Farmington and Gardiner, Maine. Held a bookkeeping and supervisory position at the American Optical Company, Southbridge, Massachusetts, 1943. Faculty chairman for Junior-Senior Prom. Faculty adviser for the Junior class rings. MRS. ANNA B. KENNEDY, B.A., M.A. English Born in Orange, Massachusetts. Prepared at Technical High School, Springfield, Massachusetts. Was grad- uated from Wheaton College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Was graduated from Columbia University with a Master of Arts degree. Summer and winter courses at Clark University and Bates College. Before coming to Edward Little in 1930, she taught at Brookfield High School, Brookfield, Massachusetts. Faculty adviser of the "Oracle" DANIEL W. LOWE Printing Born in Turner, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Gorham Normal School. Taught in Massachusetts and at Webster Junior High School before becoming a member of the Edward Little staff. Has charge of ushers at graduation, and is buyer for and in charge of the cafeteria at recess. RICHARD GRANT MICHELSEN, B.A. Mrzthemathics and Basketball Coach Born in Stamford, Connecticut. Prepared at Stam- ford High School. Stamford, Connecticut, at Maine Maritime Academy. and was graduated from Colby Col- lege with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended University of New Hampshire Summer Sessions, Commissioned oliver U.S.N.R. Taught at Houlton High School from 191-9-1952. Came to Edward Little in 1952. 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, Connecticut, Webster Junior High School, and Edward Little High School. She returned to Edward Little in 1948. Chairman of Aszcmbly Board. V 16 MRS. RUTH L. PENNELL, A.B., A.M., M.B.A. Director of Guidance for Girls Born in New York City. Was graduated from Girls' High School, Boston. Received A.B. from Radcliffe College and A.M. and M.B.A. degrees from Boston University. Studied additional courses at Columbia Uni- versity and University of Maine. Taught in Randolph and Somerville, Massachusetts, and in Dennysville. Flagstaff, and Stratton, Maine prior to coming to Edward Little in 1952. ALFRED N. SAVIGNANO, B.S. Biology and Assistant Coach Born in Newton, Massachusetts. Prepared at Newton High School. Was graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. Majored in Physical Education. Coached football at Hampden Academy, and Ellsworth High School. Also taught biology at Ellsworth. Served in the U. S. Marine Corps. Came to Edward Little in 1950. ALEXANDER SOMERVILLE, B.A. English and Biology Born in Glasgow, Scotland. Prepared at Lewiston High School. Went into Navy in 1944. Transferred to Seabeesg discharged in 1946. Served in Pacific theatre. Entered college in 1946. Freshman year at University of Maine. Transferred to Bates College to complete the three remaining years. Was graduated in 1950, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Government. Taught and coached two years at Richmond High School in Richmond, Maine before coming to Edward Little High School in 1953. MRS. ELAINE M. SYLVESTER Secretary to the Principal Born in Harrison. Maine. Prepared at schools in South Paris and Auburn, Maine. Was graduated from Edward Little High School in 1946. Came to Edward Little in 1947, serving as secretary to the Department of Guidance from 1947-1952. CLAYTON D. TAYLOR Woodworking Born in Auburn, Maine. Prepared at Edward Little High School. Was graduated from Wentworth Institute. Attended summer sessions at Gorham State Teachers' College and the University of Maine, and also took extension courses at Bates College. Taught at Webster Junior High School. Served in the Navy during World War Il. He is a member of the stafl' of the Vocational Department. 17 ARVARD V. WEBSTER, B.A. Director of Guidance Subrnaster Born in Bangor, Maine. Prepared at Isleboro High School. Was graduated in 1930, from University of Maine. Did research work at Bangor State Hospital. Attended summer sessions at Maine, Harvard, Boston University, and Columbia. Taught extension courses for Boston University, Maine, and Bates. He taught in Casco, and was principal of Alfred consolidated schools. He is director of guidance for the city, submaster of the high school and lecturer at Bates College. Faculty man- ager 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. Has taken residence courses at Bates. In 1944, she came to Edward Little from Walton Junior High. Faculty adviser for senior banquet and T. A. B. secretaries, and on the "Station" Staff. FRANK E. WIMMER, B.A. U. S. History Government and Public Speaking Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Prepared at Lisbon Falls High School. Was graduated from Bates College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Attended summer sessions at Harvard, University of Maine B. U. extension, and ad- vanced Army School. Extensive teaching experience in New England schools. He previously coached Winter Sports at Webster Junior High School and Edward Little High School. Coaches Golf at Edward Little High School. Faculty adviser and moderator of Junior Town Meeting Radio Show, Student Legislature, and Senior Graduation Speakers. MRS. ETHEL WRIGHT, B.S. Home Economies Born in Augusta, Maine. Was graduated from Cony High School. Received B. S. degree in Home Economics from Farmington State Teachers' College. Has attended summer session at University of Maine. Previously taught at Camden High School. Came to Edward Little in 1952. 18 5 ' 25351 R 2 1' if ,. if Yi 'i ,Ax , 'G si M A ' sb X' .il .xg 51 kk fig. QQ f I , I 'gx , 1 'Km I ' E ' B .ik ',.f . .04 X fly! 9 , 20 SENIORS FXJDIGVXSUPL HIDS""' f-Jw, X K Q 1 ?xm my J 1 X N x. - x , A fm mu t I X we lil ff . . Mkiwi if MW' up 1 mx 'Q ,N , Xixyx W! If N NX ,xxx w 1 'fi xxx' V 3 X I MN 'fxN'Wb K7 J ' , A X , 3 I Q M ku- R 'X lx ,. ,IM ' "' w. 'v"h.X 'gs f M In will :QL-M 21 PATRICIA BEATRICE ABBOTT fipattyil Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 2, 1936 A dainty little miss - always alert - lots of vim and vigor. Chorus 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, Order of Stenographic Efliciency 4. , PHYLLIS ELAINE ALEXANDER ffphizff Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 18, 1934 Industrious - neat - winsome. A true friend with a sunny disposition. Chorus 2, 3, 4g "Oracle," Head Typist 4g Driving 4. MARY ALLEN "MamieU Born in Winthrop, Maine, May 9, 1935 Mary has a host of friends - neat appearance -- good worker. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 43 F. H. A. 23 Junior Red Cross Representative 2. GEORGE WILLIAM ANTHONY "O1z11e,' Born in Auburn. Maine, September 28, 1933 Very much at home on the football field -- a likeable fellow - never without a smile. Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Usher at Graduation and Baccalaureate 2. LAURICE MAE ARNOLD "Laurie" Born in Lewiston, Maine July 6, 1935 "A sweet voice can calm a storm" - - sincere - beautiful eyes. Chorus 2, G. A. A. 4, School Page 4. 22 DORIS MARY JANE ARPIN KfD0tL' Born in Auburn, Maine, December 30, 1933 One of our drum majorettes - reserved, cheerful - everyone who knows her likes her. Majorette 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. Vice-President 25 G. A. A. 2. RICHARD AUBE "Dick" Brown eyes and a flashing smile - sense of humor to match - likes cars and hunting. Football Right Guard 2. HELEN MARIE AYOTTE Born in Mattawamkeag, Maine, May 7, 1935 Helen is a friend of everyone - a willing worker - has a captivating smile. JEANNETTE BACHAND Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 26, 1934. A demure miss - loves to bowl - a good singer - she's bound to succeed. ROBERT WILLIAM BADEN nBob:: Born in Teaneck, New jersey, April 10, 1934 Bob is a tall fellow - has a great interest in mechanics 23 GEORGE BAILEY Born in Auburn, Maine, July 12, 1935 Very loyal to his fellow classmates - deserves the best of everything. Usher at Graduation and Baccalaureate 2. REGINALD RAYMOND BALLARD KIRegIJ Born in Old Town, Maine, August 7, 1933 Reggie has a witty sense of humor - neat dresser - superb dancer. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 4, Library Proctors' Club 2, 3, Outing Club 4, Student Council 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, Teen Age Book Club 2, 3 Track 2. CONSTANCE LOUISE BARBER "Connie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 20, 1933 A winning smile - happy-go-lucky - a friendly gal. Band 2, 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCIS BARIL "Von Barrel" Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 14, 1935 Short of stature, tall of wit - a gay prankstcr with a jaunty air. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Football 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 4, Winter Sports 2, Naval Reserve 4. CAROL ANNE BEAL Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 8, 1936 Pretty blond hair - a pleasant smile - a sparkling personality. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 4. 24 CLAYTON ALAN BEAN ffclayn Born in Auburn, Maine, May 28, 1935 A distinguished looking gentleman with a deep bass- has a "hi" for everyone. Ninth Honor, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4g Student Council 2: Talent Show 4, Jabberwoeks 3, 4g Usher at Gradua- tion 3g Senior Drama 4. JEANNETTE LOUISE BELANGER Born in Auburn, Maine September 5, 1934 A seemingly quiet miss - pretty brown eyes - seems always-to be thinking of others - a very dependable friend. Chorus 3, 4, Chorus Librarian 4, Y-Teens 4. FLORENCE JOAN BELISLE "Flo5sie,' Born in Auburn, Maine, May 30, 1935 Florence is a dark-haired girl - friendly smile - we know sheill have success and happiness in the future. Chorus 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, Talent Show 2, Props Commit- tee, Teen-Age Book Club 2. LORRAINE ANNIE BELL "Dingie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 3, 1934 A smile is her trademark - a fine personality makes friends easily. F. H. A. 2, G. A. A. 2, 3. YVETTE RITA BELLAVANCE Born in Auburn, Maine, August 25, 1934 Jolly Q without a worry - friendly to everyone. Chorus 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Talent Show 3. 25 DONALD BERMAN f:DonJv Born in Portland, Maine, May 7, 1935 Bound to succeed - a great debater - future lawyer. Third Honor, Band 2, 3, 4, Debating 2, 3, 4, President 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4, Golf Team 3, "Oracle" Business Manager, Swimming 2, 33 Junior Town Meet- ing 2, 35 Usher at Graduation 35 Senior Drama 4. ANITA MARIE BERUBE- lwitall Born in Lewiston, Maine, july 9, 1934 Cute snappy majorette - fun loving - terrific per- sonality, and has a friendly smile for all. Band 2, 3, 45 Majorette 2, 3, 4, Candidate forqueen 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Class Representative 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3: "Oracle', Typist 4, Personal Committee 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Student Council 3: Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens President 25 Senior Council 4, Band Librarian 4. CONSTANCE PRISCILLA BERUBE "Connie" Born in Auburn, Maine, May 31, 1935 Full of fun - always cheerful - liked by all. G. A. A. 23 Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4, Senior Talent, Show 4. GERALD JEANPAUL BERUBE fffe77yJ3 Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 3, 1934 A stalwart fellow - quick to help a friend - liked by everyone. ' Chorus 2, 3, Football 2, Manager, Audio-Visual Aids 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2. LLOYD ERVIN BISHOP "Woodie" Born in Gardiner, Maine, February 12, 1935 Lloyd is very good-natured - bound to succeed - a smooth dancer. Civil Air Patrol 2, 3. 26 SANDRA JEAN BLANCHARD "Sandy, Born in Orleans, Vermont, December 8, 1935 A happy-go-lucky person - enjoys a good time? a grand sport. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Junior Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, 3, 4, School Page 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND ROMEO BOLDUC rrRayJ: Born in Auburn, Maine, November 2, 1931 Ray is a welcome newcomer to E. L. - possesses a jovial personality. MARJORIE ANNE BOOTH "B1idget!' Born in Lewiston, Maine. March 31, 1934 Margie is always smiling - a very good speaker - a sincere friend. Band 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 2, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Play Cast 2, 4, G. A. A. 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Junior Town Meeting 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3. President 4, Outing Club 4, Season Ticket Representa- tive 4, Talent Show 2. 3, Teen-Age Book Club Secretary 4, School Page 2. 3. 4, Senior Drama 4. YVETTE DOLORES BOUCHARD rrRedn Born in Edmunston, New Brunswick, March 25, 1935 Never a lack of sunshine when this redhead is around 4 an amiable miss. F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Talent Show 3, Y-Teens 2. 3. NANCY LEE BOWEN ffNanJ1 Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 2, 1936 A quiet miss - easy to get along with - reserved. Chorus 3, G. A. A. 4. 27 ALAN FRANK BOWIE "Fmnkie', Born in New Gloucester, Maine, January 13, 1935 Alan is a true friend - keeps his mind on his studies - steadfast. Debating 25 Dramatic Club 3, "Oracle" Editor 4. BEVERLY ANN BOWIE crBev:1 Born in Durham, Maine, May 14, 1935 "Bev" has a ready smile - she is a tireless worker - very easy to get along with. ERNEST CHESTER BRADBURY "Ernie" Born in Auburn, Maine, August 31, 1934 Ernie is one of our most active senior boys - friendly to everyone - has wit and jollity. Assembly Board 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 4, Section Leader 45 Debating 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Christmas Play Cast 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2. 3, 4. Aedile 2, 4: Junior Town Meeting 35 Marshall for Graduation 3, Season Ticket Representative 2, 3, 4, K'Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Half-Time Club 3g School Page 2, 3, 4. ADELE MAUDE BRODY lfDelL' Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 19, 1935 A dark-haired miss with a'friendly smile - excellent speaker. Dramatic Club 2, 35 G. A. A. 2, Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 2, 3. MARY EMMA BROWN Born in Durham, Maine, April 5, 1936 The quiet girl from Durham k always ready to help someone. G. A. A. 3, 4. 28 BETTY ANN BRYANT ffBetJ! Born in Auburn, Maine, July 17, 1935 Where there's fun she's alwa s there - never still for Y a minute - a loyal friend. Chorus 2, 3, 4g G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3. CHARLES HOWARD BRYANT, JR. "Charlie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 2, 1935 Tall dark-haired fellow with an easy way - sunny disposition. Xudio-Visual Aids 4. HERBERT CLIFFORD BRYANT lfBudJ! Born in Auburn, Maine, March 22, 1933 Capable - sincere - cornpanionable - always ready to help. Dramatic Club 2. ROGER WEBBER BURNS fIBucky!! Born in Auburn, Maine, November 23, 1934 Roger has a happy-go-lucky attitude - always smiling - a hard worker. Dramatic Club 2. Football 2, Track 25 Usher at Gradua- tion 3. JENNIE LAURA 'CADWELL fflenll Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 17, 1933 Loves good books -- sincere - bound to succeed in whatever she undertakes. 29 RAYMOND GEORGE CALLAHAN IfRayJJ Born in Boston, Massachusetts, March 2. 1935 Enthusiastic swimmer - good conversationalist - has an interest in radio. Latin Club 2, 3, Swimming 4. ELEANOR MAE CARLL "Elnie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 3, 1934 Loves to laugh and spread cheer L has a knack for making friends. Basketball 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H, A. 2, 3, Tc-en-Age Book Club 2, 3. ANGELINA IDA CARON KfAngieJl Born in Auburn, Maine, March 22, 1933 Sunny disposition - considerate - always ready to lend a helping hand. F. H. A. 2, 3. EVA MURIELLE CARON Born in Auburn, Maine, August 1, 1934 Eva is a diligent worker - calm disposition - reliable. Chorus 34 F. H. A. 2. 3, 4. LORRAINE YVETTE CARRIER Born in Auburn, Maine, May 20, 1933 A jolly nature - a broad smile -lively conversa- tionalist. Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, G. A. A. 3, 4. 30 DOROTHY FERNE CARVER "Dottie" Born in Auburn, Maine, April 26, 1935 A good sport - Dottie's friendly smile is always there - fun to know and be with. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Order of Stenographic Elticieney 4. NANCY LEE CARVILLE KNMLJ, Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 2, 1934 Happy little miss - sparkling eyes - companionable. Teen-Age Book Club 4. ARTHUR CASS, JR. IKAHII Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 20, 1933 Tall, blond, and good looking - friendly to everyone. ANGELINA CAYER CMAHEUXJ ffsuell Born in Jersey, New jersey, February 1, 1935 A petite and pleasant miss - a friendly word for everyone - dynamic personality. Chorus 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, 35 Season Ticket Representative 2, 3g Talent Show 2. BEVERLY ALMA CHASE lKBeU!J Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 1, 1935 One of our neatest senior girls - stylish dresser - Bev makes a cute and sweet friend. Band 2, 3, 45 Candidate for Carnival Queen 4, Dramatic Club 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Library Proctors' Club 2g "Oracle" Personals 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Carnival Decorations 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Talent Shows 2, 3, 45 Senior Council 4. 31 WARREN STAPLES CHASE "Chase" Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 27, 1933 A great man with cameras and trains - Warren's bound to succeed in whatever he undertakes. Audi-Visual Aids 4, Chorus 2, 3, "Station" Staff Photo- grapher 2. DONALD CHENARD fID0nJ7 Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 22, 1934 Full of pep, full of fun - Don's a friend to everyone -popular chorus president. Audio-Visual Aids 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3, President 4, Escort at Carnival 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 3, 4, Season Ticket Repre- sentative 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 45 Jabberwocks 2, 3, 4. JOHN WALLACE CLARK czjohnnyn Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 6, 1935 john has a glad "hello" for everyone - alert - friendly. PAULINE MARY CLARK "Dougie" Born in Auburn, Maine, May 16, 1935 A sweet dainty miss - continual gaiety - fun loving. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2. RICHARD ALBERT CLIFFORD "Dickie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 1, 1935 Soft spoken and reserved - a rather quiet chap. 32 NORMA FRANCES CLOUGH "Narnia" Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 20, 1935 Norma is one of our best athletes - always on the go - a reliable friend. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 4, Outing Club 43 Y-Teens 2. MARK DAVID CLOUTIER Born in Stoneham, Mass., December 24, 1935 A likeable fellow with a friendly smile - Mark is a popular addition to E. L. Second Honor, Basketball 3, Football 43 Hi-Y 4, Junior- Senior Committee, Usher 3, "Oracle" Editor 4, K'Station" Sports Editor 4, Student Council 4, Track 3, 4. PRISCILLA ANN COBURN Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 17, 1935 Athletically inclined - quiet - considerate - a good pal. Chorus 2, 43 G. A. A. 3, 4. LUCILLE VICTORIA COLBY fFL0uI, Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 26, 1936 One of the "petites" of '53 - Always ready for a good time and possesses one of the nicest, biggest smiles around E. L. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 2, Talent Shows 3, Y-Teens 3, Senior Drama Properties 4. DELPHINE CLAIRE COMEAU "Dell" Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 23, 1936 Delphine is a very pretty little miss - a definite asset to the class. Chorus 2, 3. 4, Librarian 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. 3. 4, Talent Shows 2, Teen Age Club 4. 33 BARBARA JEAN COY uBaTb.u Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 10, 1935 Barb's friendly nature and cheerful smile have won many a pal - a good band member. Seventh Honor, Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Library Proctorsl Club 35 Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 3, 4. NANCY MARY COTTER KfNanJJ Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 7, 1935 Blond, packed with pep and fun - Nancy's always ready with a smile and giggle. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 25 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 "Oracle" Advertising 3, Personals Committee 4 3 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, junior-Senior Executive Com- mittee 3. JANE ALICE CUSHMAN Born in Westbrook, Maine, December 13, 1934 A good student - a willing worker - Jane's fun to be with.- Chorus 25 G. A. A. 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 3, "Station" Staff Exchange Editor 3, 4. SALLY EVA DAVIS Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 20, 1935 A sweet personality will always win friends - perky blonde with twinkling eyes and a sunny smile. Band 2. 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 33 "Oracle" Editor 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows, Script Committee 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY LOUISE DAY ffR0xy77 Born in Sanford, Maine, April 24, 1934 An added newcomer to E. L. - a pleasing smile - likeable. E. L. is glad you came here. 34 DARREL DEANE DeCOSTER "Dee Dee" Born in Auburn, Maine, March 15, 1934 Outdoor boy - always wearing a smile - fun to know and to be with. JACQUELINE DESCHAINE "Jackie" Born in Millinocket, Maine, November 27, 1935 Talkativc - happy-go-lucky - a likeable lass - sparkling eyes. . Chorus 4. SHIRLEY MAE DESCHAINE Born in St. Francis, Maine, May 22, 1935 Cute grin - peppy - full of vitality - loves to sing. Chorus 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative President 45 "Oracle" Art Staff 4, Outing Club 4, "Station,' Staff 2, 3, 4, Club News Editor 43 Talent Shows 2, 3. 43 Teen-Age Book Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Dramatic Club 4, Senior Play, Make-up and Prompting 4. DONALD CLARK DICKEY "Dick', Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 19, 1934 Full of fun - initiative - superb sense of humor -- always on the go. Band 2, 3. 4, Sectional Leader 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2. 35 Outing Club 3, 4, Talent Shows 2. 4, Usher at Graduation 3, "Oracle" 4. ROBERT HAMLET DIMOCK ffRedII Born in Hebron, Maine. july 7, 1934 Robert is a true friend to all - always ready with a smile. 35 IRENE HENRIETTE DIONNE "shorty" Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 29, 1935 Dark hair, dark eyes, bright thoughts -- friendly -- COUFICOUS. F. H. A. 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE MAE DOE "Connie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 29, 1935 A perky young miss - pleasing personality - heaps of charm. Band 2, Dramatic Club 2, Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, "Oracle" Personals 4g Outing Club 3, 4, Talent Shows 3, 4. CARMEN THERESE DOYON "Shorty" Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 19, 1935 A shy lass with pretty eyes and blond hair - a whiz at typing - enjoys bowling and dancing. Order of Stenographic Eliiciency 4. CAROLYN ANN DRIGOTAS "Carol" Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 29, 1935 Sparkling personality -- neat dresser -- full of pep - Carol is a charming person to know. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Production Chairman 4: G. A. A. 2, 4, Hi-Time Com- mittee 4g Junior-Senior Committee 3, "Oracle" Personali- ties 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4g Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Senior Drama Cast 4. LAURETTA ANITA DUBOIS Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 14, 1935 Loves to sing and chatter - a great friend to all who know her. Chorus 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, "Oracle" Typist 45 Season Ticket Representative 23 "Station" Staff 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. 36 JANE LORRAINE DUCHARME ffjanieil Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 25, 1933 A petite miss - big brown eyes 4- an elf-like smile. Always ready with a giggle. Audio-Visual Aids Secretary 4, Junior-Senior Decorations 35 "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Club News Editor 3, 4, Talent Show 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ROGER PIERRE DUFRESNE Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 17, 1935 Don't let his quiet appearance fool you - dark and handsome. Usher for Graduation 3. LLOYD ARTHUR DUNN KKBNIJI Born in Poland, Maine, June 10, 1933 Easy to get along with - quiet and industrious. Chorus 2. DAVID COBB DUTTON Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 7, 1934 Tall blond -- a good all-around athlete - a swell fellow to know. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 33 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Track 2, 3. JAMES PHILIP DUTTON gummy., I Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 30, 1934 Never a dull moment with Jim around - loves to argue - an excellent bass player. Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, Dramatic Club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Swimming 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Jabberwocks 3, 4, 37 MARY ELIZABETH ELWELL Born in Auburn, Maine, August 25, 1934 Quiet, but friendly - gets a job done - very depend- able. G. A. A. 25 Chorus 2, Junior Red Cross Representative 4. MABEL JUNE EMERSON ffEmmy!I Born in Livermore, Maine, April 7, 1935 June is a likeable friend - will achieve great heights -active chorus member. Chorus 2: 3, 4, Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4. ROBERT ABBOTT ESTES KCB0b!7 Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 9, 1936 A good musician - a loyal band member -- a true friend. Band 2, 3. 4, Dramatic Club 25 Latin Club 2, 45 Library Proetors' Club 2, Outing Club 2, Season Ticket Repre- sentative 4g Talent Show 3. RUTH MYRTLE ESTES "Ruthie" Born in Auburn, Maine, April 21, 1933 Petite little miss - cute and likeable-a sincere friend to have. MARILYN ANN EVANS ffMallyJ2 Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 14, 1934 A pretty swell miss with a sunny disposition 3 peppy and vivacious -- ready laugh. Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 33 Talent Show 2. 38 IRMA SYLVIA FELDMAN ffITm!3 Born in Boston, Massachusetts, August 26, 1935 A pert senior with an impish smile - makes the halls of E L shine o ular with eve one . . -p p ry . Dramatic Club 2, 33 G. A, A. 2, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 3g Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2. ROBERT LAWRENCE FELLOWS fCBobJ, Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, june 10, 1934 Neat dresser - the answer to a maiden's prayer - pleasing personality. Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Junior-Senior Committee, Usher 3, Key Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary 4, Sea- son Ticket Representative 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Winter Sports 2, 3, 4. ARLENE SHIRLEY FELTON "Skid" Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 19, 1935 A true friend - one of our cute and snappy majorcttcs - fun to be with. Band 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2g Talent Shows 2, 3, Junior- Senior Decoration Committee 3, Outing Club 3 5 "Oracle" Typist 4, Library Protectors' Club 2. CARLA FITZMAURICE ffFitzyJ! Born in Seattle, Washington, January 7, 1935 Pretty wavy hair - pleasing personality - welcome addition to E. L. Talent Show 4. JULIETTE PAULINE FOURNIER Kflulieli Born in Mexico, Maine, June 29, 1935 The cutest things come in small packages - sweet soft voice - cute smile. G. A. A. 45 Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4, Talent Show 4. 39 JOHN GARNETT Kllohnnyli Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 5, 1935 A carefree band member - has an infectious laugh - a wonderful sport. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Talent Show 3. H-ENRIETTA GASTONGUAY rrHen1y11 Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 12, 1935 A willing worker - pleasing personality - makes friends easily. Chorus 3, 43 F. H. A. 3, G. A. A. 2, Talent Shows 2, 3. DOROTHY GATCHELL "Dottie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, july 31, 1935 A witty reply for every question - Dottie 'Kdood" it again! - ambitious and engaging. X Assembly Board 3, 4, President 45 Band 2, 3, Librarian 35 Debating 3, 4, President 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Student Coach 4, G. A. A. 3, 43 Junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, Junior Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, 'KOracle" Personals 4, Outing Club 4, School Page Reporter 3, 4: "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 45 Talent Shows 2, 3, 45 Senior Drama, Cast 4. BERTRAND PAUL GAUTHIER uBe7tn Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 10, 1934 A friendly senior - liked by all - a smile for everyone. Civil Air Patrol 2, Dramatic Club 2, Track 2, 3. RONALD ALAN GETCHELL "RonnieJ' Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 8, 1934 Our cute, jazzy trumpet player - smooth dresser - a likeable companion and so-o-o nice. Band 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 45 Marshall for Graduation 3, Student Council 4, Swimming 2, 4, Captain 4. 40 LORRAINE JULIETTE GIASSON ffLu!! Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 19, 1934 Pleasing personality - always a song on her lips - happy-go-lucky. Chorus 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Order of Stenograohic Efficiency 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. JUDITH GILMAN :flu dyn Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 31, 1935 A quiet miss - beautiful dark hair - a swell classmate. Chorus 3, 45 Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4. GEORGE ELLIS GLIDDEN, JR. "Chummy" Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 27, 1934 Never a dull moment when Chummy's around -- one of our class wits -- well-liked by all. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Key Club 2, 3, 45 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. RICHARD KENNETH GLOVER "DickJ' Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 26, 1935 Easy going - contagious smile - Dick hasn't a care in the world. Band 2, 3, 4, Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, 4. BLANDINE MONIQUE MARIE GOBEIL ffM0nJ5 Born in Auburn, Maine, September 11, 1935 A loyal friend a neat dresser Moni ue will make 1 q fl a fine secretary. 41 HARRIET GOLDMAN "Harden Born in Brooklyn, New York, january 5, 1936 One off our tall, slim, attractive senior girls - What a sense of humor! - Pretty dark eyes. Dramatic Clulb 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Junior- Senior Decorating Committee 3, "Oracle" Art Committee 4, Talent Show Script Committee 2, Y-Teens 2. ELAINE GORMAN "Gommie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 11, 1935 A sunbeam of happy smiles - snappy rnajorettc - sweet and demure. Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, Assistant Head Majorette 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, "Oracle" 3, 4, Editor 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, Chairman 4, Senior Play, Business Committee 4. CHARLENE EVIS GOUDEY Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 19, 1935 A wonderful friend - don't let her quict manner fool you - never on time. Tenth Honor, Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic 'Club 2, 3, 4, Hi- Time Committee 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, 'KSta- tion" Staff Reporter 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, Half-Time Club 3, "Oracle" 4, Senior Play Cast 4. JOHN' HERBERT GOUGH fflacki, Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 712, 1935 Never a care - jollity at its best - liked by all. Baseball 2, Band 2, 3. 4, Debating 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 4, Latin Club 2, Outing Club 4, Senior Drama 4, Senior Play, Reading Committee 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Jabberwocks 4, Usher at Graduation 3. MARCEL SAM GOULETTE "Marse,' Born in Auburn, Maine, April 10, 1935 Marcel has a 'Khin for all - neat - efficient - an all-round guy. Football Manager 2. 42 METHYL ANN GOWELL Born in Oakland, Maine, February 13, 1935 Methyl is always neat and poised - one of our most talented musicians. Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Section Leader 4, Chorus Accompanist 35 Class Accompanist for Gradua- tion 3g Latin Club Officer 2, Outing Club 2: Talent Shows 2, 3. KENNETH GORDON GRANT ffKennyII Born in Jay, Maine, May 6, 1935 A great sports enthusiast - loves to hunt and Fish - very friendly. Baseball Manager 2, 3: Basketball Manager 2, Outing Club 2, 4g Talent Show Script Committee 4. DAWN BARBARA GRASS Born in Waterville. Maine, June 5, 1935 A mixture of gaiety and fun - red hair - lots of pep. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3. 4, Library Proctors' Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3: Outing Club 2, 3, 4: "Stationl' Staff Rc- porter 3, 4g Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Half-Time Club 3. ROMEO ROLAND GRAVEL, JR. Born in Auburn, Maine, August 5, 1933 Well known for his work on the gridiron - vury likeable. Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4g Talent Show 4. BEVERLY JUNE GRAY :rBevu Born in Gardiner, Maine, November 30, 1934 Bev is very agreeable - has a well-rounded personality -liked by all. Chorus 2. 43 MARLENE GUENTHER Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 27, 1936 Full of pep and vivacity - a first rate friend - fun to be with. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Teen-Age Book Club Secretary 4 g Y-Teens 2. NORMAND EUGENE GUERETTE "Norm" Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 25, 1933 A superb football player - jovial disposition - keeps things lively -- never-failing good nature. Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4, Baseball 2, Football 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY JANET HALL "Shirl" Born in Mechanic Falls, Maine, April 24, 1935 A miss who is sure to please people -- friendly dis- position - cheery smile. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, ,Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 35 "Oracle" Personals Commit- tee 4. CLAUDETTE THERESA HALLE "Claudie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 29, 1936 Pretty dark, wavy hair - always looks like "Miss Seventeen" in person - Claudie will make a cute French teacher. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Junior- Senior Decorating Committee 3, "Oracle" Personals, Business Manager 4, Outing Club 4, "Station" Staff Ad- vertising 2g Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Script 2, Y-Teens 2. DAVE NEAL HANRAHAN HDaUeJJ Born in Auburn, Maine, November 28, 1935 Dave is very good-natured - has a line personality - a true friend. 44 JANICE DALE HARDING Born in Auburn, Maine, May 29, 1935 A sweet and likeable miss - a friendly smile - a disposition that's hard to beat. G. A. A. 2, Y-Teens 2. RICHARD SELDON HARRIS, JR. "Squeek,' Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 20, 1935 Always on the go - never a dull moment with "Squeakie" around - talkative. Band 2, 3, 4, Civil Air Patrol, Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH EDWARD HARTNETT, JR. lfjoieli Born in Portland, Maine, October 18, 1934 A good trackman - quiet but likeable - a loyal friend. Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4. GENEVA ANNE HAWKINS f4'GigiPI Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 9, 1935 Gay manners - full of fun - sincere. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. THOMAS WARREN HAYDEN ffTom!P Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 6, 1935 A gentleman through and through - executive type- neat dresser. Sixth Honor, Debating 3, Junior Class Ring Committee 3 , Junior Town Meeting 4, Outing Club 4, Season Ticket Representative 2, Student Council 2, 3. 45 BETTY JOYCE HICKS "Hickie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 20, 1936 Betty has a pleasant smile - fond of dancing -- friendly to everyone. JANET LEE HIGGINS CIJanJJ Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 24, 1935 ' A very pretty majorette - bubbling with mischief - always ready to lend a helping hand. Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 2, "Oracle" 3, 4, Chairman of Personalities 4, Advertising Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 2, "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, 4, Staff member 2, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Teen- Age Book Club 4, Band Librarian 4. ELIZABETH VESTA HOLBROOK KIBettyJJ Born in Auburn, Maine, February 14, 1935 A friend to all that know her - pretty hair - full of pep. - G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 3, 4. JORDAN ALLEN HOLT Born in Boston, Massachusetts, December 2, 1935 A tall, dark, and handsome lad - sound judgment -- an enthusiastic worker. Eight Honor, Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Junior Town Meeting 3, 4. LUCILLE JEANNE HUARD "Lucie" Born in East Poland, Maine, October 25, 1935 A very neat and fashionable dresser - very agreeable and has a wonderful disposition - she has many friendS. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, G. A. A. 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Junior-Senior General Commit- tee 3, "Oracle" Personals, Advertising and Typing 4, Outing Club 3, 4, "Station', Staff Reporter 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, Y-Teens 2. 46 BEATRICE ROSE HUNNEWELL ffBeaJl Born in Durham, Maine, June 25, 1935 Full of friendliness -- sweet disposition - a big smile - that's our recipe for "Bea." PATRICK MICHAEL HURLEY ffPatJ! Born in Gofftown, New Hampshire, August 22, 1935 A tall, good looking senior - a whiz on skis - an outstanding Chorus member. Baseball 2, Chorus 3, 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Winter Sports 2, 3, 4 g J abberwocks 3, 4. BARBARA EMILY JACKSON fIBarb3J Born in Auburn, Maine, December 12, 1934 A sweet girl to know Q fun to be with - a good trumpet player. Band 2, 3, 4, "Oracle", Typist 4, Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4. JEAN NETTE CAROLYN JACKSON "Chicken" Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 19, 1935 Beautiful hair - a radiant smile - a personality bubbling with charm. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross Representative 4, Outing Club 2, 35 Talent Shows 2, 3. BRUCE MILTON JAMES "Butch" Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 16, 1935 Bruce is a friend to all -- he is a loyal member of the Chorus -- fun to know. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Golf Team 3, 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4 5 Talent Show 3, Senior Play, Assistant Stage Manager 4, Usher at Graduation 3. 47 WALLACE MARSHALL KEENE "T Boneu Born in Lewiston, Maine. May 6. 1935 A friend of everyone - faithful to duty -- easy to get along with. ROGER BERNARD KEOUGH Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 1, 1934 Roger is quiet, but very friendly - that's what makes E. L. - friendliness. Baseball 2g Track 3. FLORENCE EVA LAGASSE KIFIOJ7 Born in Lewiston, Maine. july 13. 1934 One of our jolly seniors - Florence has a friendly word for everyone P- she'1l make a fine nurse. Chorus 3, 4g G. A. A. 25 Teen-Age Book Club 2. LOIS WINNIEFRED LAMB .KLOM Born in Lewiston. Maine, October 13, 1935 This girl has loads of pep - a pleasing smile W a grand piano player - a dependable friend, Band 2, 3, 4, Chorus pianist 43 Dramatic Club 2: G. A. A. 2g Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2. 3, 4: "Oracle," Subscription Committee 4. GLADYS LUCILLE LARRABEE ffGlady!! Born in Durham, Maine, June 14, 1935 Practical -4- down-to-earth W- soft spoken - Gladys has an even disposition, 48 JOAN MILDRED LECLAIR H1031 Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 26, 1935 Oh! that blond wavy hair - cute with an everlasting smile - a swell friend. G. A. A. 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, "Oracle" Advertising 4, Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4, Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, 3, 4. NANCY RENA LEIGH fKNanJ7 Bom in Lewiston, Maine, August 13, 1935 A tin mischievous little miss - always smiling H- Y, willing and dependable worker. Chorus 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Drama, Costumes 4, "Oracle," Subscription Committee 4. DOROTHY DORIS LEMAY fIDOttyJ5 Bom in Auburn, Maine, November 20, 1935 Dot has a quiet personality - full of sincerity - a pleasing smile. G. A. A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MIRIAM LILLIAN LEONARD Born in Auburn, Maine, August 10, 1934 Miriam is a great pal - a sweet disposition - easy to get along with. Chorus 2. 3, 4, G. A. A. 2. 3, 4. RICHARD MacLANE ffDick,, Born in Auburn, Maine, October 2, 1934 Tall, dark and has a pleasant smile - makes a good friend 4 likes sports. 49 DOUGLAS ALBERT MacLEOD 1lM'acJI Born in Swampscott, Massachusetts, February 13, 1935 "A great guy with a great heart" -- he more than lived up to uniform 50 - courteous - sure to succeed. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Class Office, President 2, Escort at Carnival 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Hi-Y 2, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 3, Student Council 2, 3. 4, President 4. ALCENA LILLIAN MARCHANT Ifsi-vi! Born in Boston, Massachusetts, December 14, 1933 Small, shy and cute - the longer you know her the better you like her. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2. MARY LOUISE MARSHALL Born in Lewiston, Maine, December 6, 1934 Mary adds pep and energy to every class - enthusiastic - a contagious laugh. Dramatic 'Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, "Oracle" Sub- scription Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 4, Senior Council 4, "Station', Staff Business Manager 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Senior Drama, Ticket Committee 4. CAROL ANN MATTHEWS 1. C ami, Q Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 24, 1935 One of our cute, peppy cheerleaders - happy-go-lucky air. Chorus 3, G. A. A. 2,Cheer1eadc-r 3. 4. ROBERT CHRISTIAN MAXFIELD rrB0bu Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 11, 1935 Full of pep and vitality - a sharp dresser - a great music fan. Basketball 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 2, 3, Talent Show 2, 4, Jabber- wocks 4, Half-Time Club 3, Senior Drama Cast 4. 50 JOYCE. HELEN McALISTER ffloyciei, Born in New Portland, Maine, June 21, 1935 Joyce has a wonderful disposition - always laughing - loads of fun to be with - a favorite with all. Dramatic Club 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Representative, Treasurer 4 3 Talent Shows 3, 4. ELAINE EDITH MCCARTY "McCart" Born in Portland, Maine, November 26, 1934 Industrious worker - a pleasing disposition - very neat. Fifth Honor, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, Junior-Senior Committee 33 junior Town Meeting Secretary-Typist 45 "Oracle,' Personal Com- mittee 4-, Outing Club 4, Talent Show 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN MCCLINTICK ffPatJ! Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 17, 1935 Her hair is as sunny as her personality - courteous - pleasing disposition. Order of Stenographic Efiiciency 45 Y-Teens 2, 3. GLENN ELDRID MCKEOWN fKMac3! Born in Machias, Maine, June 9, 1936 Often seen in a uniform - hasnlt a care in the world. Audio-Visual Aids 25 Dramatic Club 3, "Station" Staff Advertising Representative 3, 43 Teen-Age Book Club 2, 3. HARRY MQNALLY Born in Auburn, Maine, October 1, 1933 A friendly chap - hard worker - dependable - a quiet nature. 51 RITA PAULI'NE MELLONI "Shorty" Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 20, 1935 Rita is full of vim and vigor - always ready for a good time - fun to know. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 4. HARRIET MARSHA MELTZER Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 16, 1935 Heaps of fun - good sense of humor - very ambitious. Dramatic Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3, Outing Club 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3. MARGARET CAROL MERRIAM ftHoney!J Born in Auburn, Maine, June 23, 1934 Well liked by all her classmates - appears to be quiet, but she is full of fun. Chorus 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3, "Station" Staff 3, Extra Cir- culation 4, Talent Shows 3, 4. MARILYN JOSEPHINE MERRIAM ffBud!! Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 24, 1935 A very true friend - with laughing eyes and a pretty smile. Chorus 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Secretary-Trea- surer 3, junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3, Talent Shows 3, 4. ALBERT LAWRENCE MERRILL f!LaTTy2, Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 14, 1935 Very sincere - possesses an unassuming manner -- a tranquil lad. 52 ROBERT RAMSDELL MERRILL flB0b!! Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 5, 1935 Bob has a super personality - a good leader - possesses great musical ability. Band 2, 3, 4, Class Office, Vice-President 3, 4, Escort at Carnival 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Hi-Y 2, 3. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, President 3, Usher at Junior-Senior 2, Key Club 3, 4, Outing Club 4, Senior Drama Play Cast 4, Student Council 4, Talent Shows 2, 4, Winter Sports 2, Half-Time Club 3, President 3. CARLENE FRANCES MILLER Born in South Paris, Maine, April 30, 1935 Full of fun - neat as a pin - Carlene wins many a friend with that cute infectious grin. Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4. RADCLIFFE GOLDER MITCHELL, JR. "Mitch" Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 27, 1935 Possesses a superb athletic ability as well as a superb personality - friendly and sincere. Escort at Carnival 4, Football 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Outing Club 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Winter Sports 2, 3, 4. JOAN LORRAINE MORIN 11,031 Born in Auburn, Maine, February 5, 1936 A gal with plenty of energy and wit M Joan's oodles of fun to be with - pretty blue, mischievous eyes. F. H. A. 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, "Oraclel' Advertising 4, Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4, Talent Show 2, Y- Teens Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4. THOMAS ALFRED MORRISON crsonnyv Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 11, 1931 Tommy is a true friend - liked by everyone - always ready to give a lending hand. "Station" Staff 3. 53 DAVID JACK MOTTRAM "Mottram" Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 28, 1935 Dave is a willing worker - a swell classmate - a cordial fellow. CARL GUSTAV MUELLER, JR. Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 9, 1934 Tall, nice looking and thoughtful - constant band member - interested in the University of Maine and Science. Band 2, 3, 4. BRUCE ALBERT MYRICK "Melvin" Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 2, 1935 Bruce is a grand person to know - has a look of mischief in his eyes - a prominent chorus member. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Jablberwocks 4. ANGELA PATRICIA SOPHIA NICHOLS Born in Berlin, New Hampshire, June 1, 1935 Angela is our pretty touch of Greece - creative artistic ability 4 unruffled disposition. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior Town Meeting 3, Co-'Manager 4, "Oracle," Editor, Chairman of Art Committee 4, "Sta- tionn Staff Ad Solicitor 2, Talent Show 3, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Senior Drama, Chairman of Stagc Setting 4. MARGARET EVELYN O'CO'NNOR HMaggieJI Born in Gardiner, Maine, February 14, 1935 Maggie is a fine person - ever ready to help - has pretty sparkling eyes. Chorus 2, G. A. A. 2, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Library Proctors' Club 2, Season Ticket Representa- tive 2, "Station" Staff Typist 2, 3. 54 HOPE LOUISE OLDHAM :cl-Iopien Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 16, 1935 Hope is full of pep - a cheery smile - a loyal friend. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 4, Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, "Oracle" Personals 4. KENNETH PERLEY OLDHAM rrKen11 Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 3, 1935 Ken is our popular and good-looking class president - nice personality - noted athlete - liked by all. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Class Oiiice, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Hi-Y 2, Usher at junior-Senior 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, Usher at Graduation 3. LORRAINE JOAN OF ARC OUELLETTE rrL0ly1J Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 2, 1936 Lorraine is appreciative - big-hearted - happy. NORMAND OUELLETTE rcNoTm:: Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 14, 1933 Oh, that wavy brown hair!-knows and talks all about motor bikes and cars - seems very much interested in machine shop work. Band 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 4. DIANA PARKER fKDi53 Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 14, 1935 "Din is packed with "sugar and spice and all things nice." A wonderful friend to all - a terrific pianist. Band 2, 3, Librarian 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, G. A. A. 4, Hi-Time Committee 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Junior-Senior Decorations 3, Junior Town Meeting 3, 4, Co-manager 3, Secretary-Typist 4, "Oracle," Ad- vertising Committee 3, Subscription Committee 4, Art Committee 4, Personalities Committee 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Coronation Committee 3, 4, Senior Representative 4, Season Ticket Representative 2, l'Station" 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, 4, Student Council 2, Senior Council 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Head Usher 4. 55 SHIRLEY GERTRUDE PARKER "Shirl" Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 21. 1935 "Shirl" has a jolly nature - a sweet smile Y lively conversationalist. Band 2. 3. 4, Chorus 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: "Oracle" Personals and Art 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4: Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Script Committee 35 Art 3, Senior Drama, Stage Setting 4. HAROLD LCROY PARSONS KIBud5, Born in Livermore, Maine, February 21, 1934 A quiet manner, but a winning personality - easy going - liked by all. ARTHUR WILLIAM PELLETIER, JR. crBill1: Born in Lewiston, Maine. April 18, 1935 A merry heart goes a long way -- quiet but full of fun - a dependable friend. Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, Teen-Age Book Club 3. ROBERT GEORGE PELLETIER KIBOIJD Born in Lewiston, Maine. April 6, 1935 Michicvous in a quiet sort of way - very co-operative - hard worker - lots of fun to know. Band 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4. PAUL EUGENE PENLEY upepu Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 30, 1935 Happy-go-lucky - always cheerful - fun to know. Baseball Manager 3, 45 Usher at Graduation 3, Season Ticket Representative 3, 4, Track 2. 56 FLORENCE PEPIN Born in Auburn, Maine, May 22, 1935 Florence has pretty dark hair - a faithful friend - liked by all. LEONA ELAINE PERRY "Tools" Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 15, 1934 Always a smile - alwa s a cheer reetin - not I 1 Y Y g S as quiet as one might think. Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 4. ROGER MELVIN PERRY "Pierre" Born in West Minot, Maine, May 4, 1934 Roger is very ambitious - friendly - always ready to lend a hel in hand P S - Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Teen-Age Book Club 2. CYNTHIA BARKER PHILBROOK "Susie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 16, 1935 "Susie," has a bubbling personality - is heaps of fun - twlnkling eyes. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, 'loraclel' Pcrgonals 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 3, Half-Time Club 2, Library Proctors' Club 2, Senior Drama, Chairman of Properties 4. DAVID BROWN PILLSBURY "Flour" Born in Manchester, New Hampshire, March 8, 1935 Very friendly with a winning smile - welcome new- comer to E. L. Band 4, Junior Town Meeting 4, "Oracle" 4. 57 pv-m-wfv-"f- --W- P 1 DAVID CARLTON PINKHAM ffPinkyJI Born in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, September 15, 1934 Always on the go -- happy-go-lucky - a good sport. CONSTANCE CLAIRE POIRIER "Connie" Born in Auburn, Maine, August 31, 1934 Connie is Hrm and steadfast - a capable worker. F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR ' RUTH POLLEY "Ellie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 29, 1935 "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' Friendly with everyone - pretty eyes - the makings of a fine nurse. Band 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 25 Candidate for Carnival Queen 45 Carnival Queen 45 Dramatic Club 45 Latin Club 25 junior-Senior Executive Committee 3, "Oracle" Personalities Committee 4, Outing Club 3, 45 Season Ticket Representative 33 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 45 Debbie Teen Candidate 3. WALLACE HERBERT POLLEY ffwollyb Born in Auburn, Maine, April 15, 1935 Wallace has an unruffled manner - helpful spirit - a quiet nature. Civil Air Patrol 2. ROBERT MAURICE POULIN lfB0bJ7 Born in Auburn, Maine, December 6, 1933 Full of fun -- liked by all - an all-round guy. Track 3. 58 JAMES ALFRED PRINCE Kilim!! Born in Auburn, Maine, June 15, 1933 Very quiet - a good worker -- always has a smile and "hi" for everyone. Band 2, 3, 4, Civil Air Patrol 2, Track 4. DOLORES ROLANDE PROULX ffD0llyJJ Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 11, 1934 A star G. A. A. athlete - always in the mood for a good time - a grand sport -- one of our most likeable seniors. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Clulb 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, Sec- retary 2. Vice-President 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Board 4, ,Iunior Red Cross Representative 3, Outing Club 3, 41 Talent Shows 2, 43, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. RICHARD WILLIAM PROVOST "DickJ' Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 30, 1934 Happy-go-lucky - ever ready to help - enjoys life to the utmost. Basketball 2, Band 2, "Station" Staff Sports Writer 3. FAYE ESTELLE PULKKINEN ffFeppie!I Born in Lewiston, Maine, February 5, 1935 Cute blonde with a quiet nature ef always ready to make new friends. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Outing Club 4, Talent Show 3, Junior Red Cross Representative 2. LESLIE EDWARD PULSIFER IfAidyI! Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 2, 1935 A general good fellow with an even disposition 4 a true friend. Band 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Section Leader 4, Hi-Y 4, Outing Club 3, 4: President 4, Student Council 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Usher at Graduation 3, Senior Drama, Stage Manager 4. 59 WALTER HERMAN RAND, JR. "Hermie', Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 26, 1935 Young man with a horn -- cute smile - crinkling eyes - easy to get along with. Band 2, 3, 4, Section Leader 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Key Club 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, Half-Time Cluvb 2, Senior Play 4, Usher at Graduation 3, Rhythm Kings 4. WILLIAM LEWIS RANDALL ffzaiuff Born in Stoneham, Massachusetts, May 16, 1935 A good friend - never-failing good nature. Hi-Y 4. MARY ANN' REARDON "Kicker" Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 10, 1935 Mary Ann is a very active senior - a good actress - a loyal friend. Band 2. 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Junior Town Meeting 4, "Oracle" 4, Personals, Outing Club 3, 4, "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Intramural Circulation 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Usher 4. ANN REES Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 5, 1935 "Sugar ni spicc, nieverything nice" - life of the party --- short but sweet - neat dresser. Candidate for Carnival Queen 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Drama- tic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Time Committee 3, "Oracle" Chairman on Personals 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Debbie Teen 3. RONALD BLAINE REYNOLDS "Ronnie" Born in Auburn, Maine, july 31, 1935 A friendly fellow - full of fun - a good sport and a willing worker. Basketball 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Talent Show 3. 60 KAY EVELYN ROBERTS Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 28, 1934 Wins many friends with her never-failing smile - fun, friendliness, and a sweet disposition are all Kay's. Chorus 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, "Oracle" Personals 4, Outing Club 2, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. MARY JANE ROBINSON Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 29, 1935 Blond hair - brown eyes - always has a friendly smile. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, "Oracle" Personal Committee 45 Outing Clulb 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 43 Senior Play, Usher 4. LORRAINE MARY ROY Born in Lewiston, Maine, October 27, 1935 Lorraine has pretty dark hair - beautiful twinkling eyes - a very sweet miss. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Junior Class Ring Com- mittee 3, Latin Club 2, 3. ANN GERTRUDE RUBIN Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 25, 1935 Witty - enthusiastic - sparkling eyes - all these describe Ann perfectly. Chorus 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 2, Talent Show 2. ROBERT REGINALD RUSSELL "Russ" Born in Wilton, Maine, July 10, 1934 Friendly with an outstanding sense of humor - Bob will succeed in whatever he does. Civil Air Patrol 2, Teen-Age Book Club 2. , 6 l LAWRENCE EDWARD SANBORN fILarryJ3 Born in Rumford, Maine, January 5, 1935 The world deals good-naturedly with good-natured people -- tall - light complexioned. Civil Air Patrol 2. LUCILLE 'MAY SANBORN KfL0u!! Born in Rumford, Maine, January 5, 1935 Tall and slender - swell personality - full of fun -A ready for a good time. F. H. A. 4, G. A. A. 3, 4. PHILIP NEWTON SAWYER ffphillf Born in Kingfield, Maine, November 2, 1934 Phil is a hard worker S a true friend - liked by all who know him. DRUSILLA ANN SCHOPPE Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 20, 1934 Her ways are kind -- quiet, but full of fun. Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, "Oracle," Business Man- ager 4, Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Prompter 4. MARLENE ANN SED-GELEY Born in Auburn, Maine, April 17, 1935 A cute redhead - neat as a pin -- at home with a baton. Band Exhibition Twirler 4, Chorus 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, Hi- Time Committee 2, 3, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, "Station" Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4, Student Council 3, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Debbie Teen Candidate 2, 3, Senior Play Cast 4. 62 JULIETTE VERNICE SEDGLEY "Vinnie" Born in Skowhegan, Maine, September 15, 1935 A good sport - athletically minded - a cheery smile for everyone. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 4, Teen-Age Book Club Secretary 2. THOMAS MORTON CARTER SHAW "Claud" Born in Brooklyn, New York, June 23, 1935 Will be best remembered for his smile - imaginative and very talkative. Football 2, Junior Town Meeting 3, 45 Swimming 2, 3. 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, Teen-Age Book Club 4, Track 2. 3. DOROTHY MARIE SHELOSKE "Dottie", Born in Lisbon Falls, Maine, March 12, 1935 Dot is always on the beam - full of fun and always ready for a good time - snappy head cheerleader Candidate for Carnival Queen 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3g G. A. A. 2, 3g Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3: Debbie Teen Candidate 35 Cheerleader 3, Head Cheer- leader 4, Senior Play Cast 4. NANCY MARIE SHIBLES ffNanJJ Born in Rockport, Maine, August 3, 1935 A likeable young miss - full of pcp - not a care in the world. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative Secretary 4, "Oracle" Advertise- ments 4, Season Ticket Representatives 2, Talent Show 2, Teen-Age Book Club 3, 4. ROGER SIMARD ffsimil Born in Auburn, Maine, May 17, 1935 A cheerful likeable fellow - a smile for everyone he meets - a regular Edward Little man. Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4g Key Club 3, 4, Talent Show 4. 63 LAURISTON GILBERT SMITH HBO!! Born in Weld, Maine, March 9, 1934 Sees the happy side of life -- has a glad "hello" for everyone. JUNE SYBIL STAPLES ffjunielf Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 24, 1935 Sincere and ambitious -- a true friend - winning ways and a ready smile. Chorus: Regular Chorus 2, F. H. A. 2. NANCY LEE STE PHENSON "Shucks" Born in Auburn, Maine, March 16, 1935 Trustworthy - always thinking of others - an A-1 friend. Chorus 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT SWIFT rcswiftyu Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 24, 1935 A neat, good-looking senior boy - a very efficient band leader. Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Escort at Carnival 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Junior-Senior Committee Usher 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Usher for Graduation 3, Half-Time Club 3, Senior Play Cast 4. SUSANNE SWIFT ffsueb Bom in Lewiston, Maine, August 29, 1935 Ambitious and loads of fun - a top notch senior - a swell personality. Fourth Honor, Band 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, Candidate for Carnival Queen 4, Dramatic Club 2, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, "Oracle", Personal Committee 4, Outing Club 4, Season Ticket Representative 3, Student Council 2, 4, Secretary 4, Talent Shows 2, 4, Senior Play Cast 4. G4 JOYCE ETHEL TAME Born in Lewiston, Maine, July 9, 1934 Joyce is a small miss but packed full of fun - a cheery girl with a merry heart. Basketball 3, 4, Chorus 3, F. H. A. 3, 4, G. A. A. 3. CONSTANCE AGNES TASSINARI "Connie', Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 13, 1935 Shels. friendly - she's humorous - she's full of fun. May her future be as sparkling as her big brown eyes! Basketball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, junior Red Cross Repre- sentative, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Outing Club 3, 4, "Station" Staff, Girls' Sports Editor 3, 4, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, Senior Drama, Chairman of Ticket Committee 4. CHARLES PHILIP TAYLOR CfFlipJ, Born in Lewiston, Maine, September 17, 1935 Charles is a very friendly fellow 4 liked by all - a true friend. Basketball 2, 3, 4, Acting Captain 43 Football 33 Hi-Y 4, Talent Shows 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Music 4. ELINORF. VIRGINIA TAYLOR "Peanut" Born in Mercer, Maine, January 7, 1935 Elinore is fun to be with - bound to succeed. Basketball 43 F. H. A. 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, Y-Teens 2. FREDDIE. 'GEORGE TAYLOR "Fred" Born in Claremont, New Hampshire, August 17, 1935 Efficient manager of our swim team - quiet with a friendly smile. Swimming, Manager 2, 3, Track, Manager 2, 3, Civil Air Patrol 2. A 65 REGINA HAMLIN TAYLOR ffReggie!, Born in Starks, Maine, May 16, 1934 A very quiet miss with sparkling eyes - a loyal and dependable friend. ROMEO MAURICE TAYLOR ffR0meJ, Born in Auburn, Maine, June 6, 1934 One of our neatest senior boys - friendly disposition- an outstanding skier. Baseball 2, 3, Escort at Carnival 4, Key Club 2, 3. 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Winter Sports 2, 3. 4, Captain 4. MAURICE THERIAULT lfM0eP7 Born in Durham, Maine, March 26, 1935 Curly-haired -4 happy-go-lucky - rather quiet but fun to be with. Hi-Y 4, Talent Show 3, Track 2, 3, 4. MARY ADELINE THISTLE "Addie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 15, 1933 A pretty, charming miss - lovely eyes - lovely hair 4- fine dancer. Dramatic Club 4, G. A. A. 2, '6Oraele', 4, Personals, Outing Club 4, Talent Shows 2. 3. BARBARA ANN THOMPSON "BarbD Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 13, 1935 Lots of chatter - dark, dancing eyes - peppy cheerer - Barb is one of our best liked senior girls. Chorus 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Junior-Senior Committee 3, "Oracle" 3, 4, Advertising, Outing Club 3, 4, Season Ticket Representative 4, Teen-Age Book Club 2, Y-Teens 2, Cheerleading 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4. 66 ARTHUR WYMAN THURBER ffArtJJ Born in Medford, Massachusetts, November 9, 1935 A dark lad with a quick smile - good worker -f very dependable. Teen-Age Book Club 2, 3. SARAH ELAINE THURSTON ffsallyll Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 17, 1935 Sally's a friendly miss - pleasant smile - personality to match. F. H. A. 2. ROBERT VERNON TIFFANY UTI! Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 9, 1935 Whiz on wheels - genius with radios - friendly. Audio-Visual Aids 25 Civil Air Patrol 2, 3, 4, Cadet 2nd Lieutenant, Football Manager 4, Junior Town Meeting 2, 35 Talent Show Stage Manager and Electrician 2, 3, 43 Ski Timer 4, MARIAN CASMIERE TIMBERLAKE Born in South Livermore, Maine, January 23, 1935 Marian has pretty red hair - a diligent worker - a loyal friend. Basketball 2, 3, C. A. A. 2. 3, 4, Latin Club 3g Order of Stenographic Efficiency 4. MARGARET MARY TOOMEY ffpeggyii Born in Lewiston, Maine, August 21, 1935 Always on the go V- dark sparkling eyes - a friendly disposition. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Outing Club 45 Junior Town Meeting 2, 'Talent Shows 3, 4, Senior Play Cast 4. 67 LAWRENCE EUGENE TOWLE, JR. flllairyll Born in Auburn, Maine, May 27, 1933 Efficient visual aids boy - pleasant smile -- witty -- likes a good time. Audio-Visual Aids 3, 4, junior Town Meeting 2. NATALIE IRENE TRIBOU ffNat5J Born in Portland, Maine, April 22, 1935 A pcppy senior Cheerleader - full of energy 4 her cute smile captures the hearts of all. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Candidate for Carnival Queen 4g G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Board Representative 2, 3, 4, Outing Club 45 Talent Show 4, Cheerleader 3, 4. ROBERT STANLEY TRIPP KiB0bJ, Born in Lewiston, Maine, January 17, 1935 A likeable chap - Bobls knowledge of cars is to be envied. JANICE TUFTS l!TuHyJI Born in Norway, Maine, September 17, 1935 Jan is certainly a grade "A" student - always ready with a helping hand. First Honor 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Debating 3, 4, Vice- President 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 2, Latin Club 25 "Oracle" 4, Editor, Season Ticket Representative 3, Senior Drama Programs 4, Half-Time Club 35 D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award 45 Senior Play, Business Com- mittee. DONALD HARRISON TURNER fKD0nIJ Born in Reading, Massachusetts, March 13, 1936 Good-looking with blond curly hair - very talkative - sense of humor - a swell friend. Band 4, "Oracle" 4. 68 WILLIAM LIBBY VARNEY KIBHIJ5 Born in Lewiston, Maine, May 28, 1934 Fair-haired lad - not as quiet as he appears - liked by all. Swimming 2, 3. LOIS ELAINE WAGG llwaggydl Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 2, 1935 Flashing dark eyes-loads of fun-Lois rates tops in the personality poll. Band 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 25 Latin Club 2, 3g Junior Red Cross Representative 45 "Oracle" Personal Committee 45 Outing Club 2, 45 Season Ticket Representative 21 Talent Shows 2, 3, 4. JOAN LEAH WARD ffjodyll Born in Lewiston, Maine, November 2, 1935 Modest - a good friend -- a favorite with all who know her. F. H. A. 3g Historian 3. DUANE FLOYD WATERHOUSE rrFl0yd.'J Born in Poland, Maine, August 12, 1934 A good speaking voice - boy of excellent nature - sure to succeed in life. RALPH LAWRENCE WATSON "Wattie" Born in Auburn, Maine, April 18, 1935 Happy-go-lucky -- fun to be with - friendly to all. Audio-Visual Aids 3, 45 Band 2, 3, Junior Town Meet- ing 2. 69 BENITA CLAIRE WEATHERN "Nita" Born in Wilton, Maine, April 22, 1936 Nita's dimpled smile catches the eye of everyone - always looks as if she had just stepped out of a band- box - sweet senior majorette. Band 2, 3, 4, Majorettc 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 33 G. A. A. 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Representative 35 Junior- Senior Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, "Station" Alumni Editor 3, 4: Talent Show 2, 3, 4. BARBARA LOU WHITE KfBarby!J Born in Auburn, Maine, December 16, 1934 Her voice is like a bird's - her life is like a song - cheerful and full of fun. Chorus 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 43 Talent Shows 3, 4. ROBERT FRANCIS WIKE "Big Bob" Born in Lewiston, Maine, June 30, 1935 Tall and good looking - always likes a good joke as well as a good time - Bob's friendly nature will take him far. Civil Air Patrol 2. 33 Hi-Y 4, Talent Shows 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Jabberwocks 4. DOROTHY ANN WILKINSON "Dottie" Born in Lewiston, Maine, March 21, 1935 Dottie has sound judgment - a true friend - attrac- tive manner. Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3: Dramatic Club 4: junior-Senior Decorations 3, Order of Stenographic Etliciency 4: Senior Drama Tickets 4, "Station" 2, 3, 4, Alumni Editor 3, 4: School Page 2, 3, 4. DONALD ROBERT WILLIAMS ::LaJh:J Born in Boston, Mass., October 5, 1934 Don was our eflicient football manager -- has a friendly "hello" for all. Band 2, 33 Chorus 3, Football Manager 3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 2, Junior-Senior Committee 3g Outing Club 2, Winter Sports 2. 70 FERN ELLA WING "Wing-Dingn Born in Lewiston, Maine, April 6, 1934 Always cheerful - appreciative - big-hearted - a true friend. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Junior-Senior Com- mittee 4: "Oracle" Advertiser 4, Outing Club 4, "Sta- tion" Advertising Manager 3, 4, Senior Play, Usher 4. NORMA HARRIETT WINSHIP "Normie" Born in Milo, Maine, August 22, 1936 A ready laugh and a good disposition make Norma fun to be with -- likes to play the piano. "Oracle" Typist 4, Order of Stenographic Eiliciency 4, junior-Senior Decorations 3. SALLY WINSTON Born in Lynn, Massachusetts, November 10, 1935 Sally has loads of pep - full of personality - an asset to E. L. ELAINE LOUISE WOODMAN rrwoodyna Born in Providence, Rhode Island, May 13, 1935 Our own charming little chatterbox - a peppy cheer- leader - a true friend. Band 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Carnival Queen 3, 4, Latin Club 2, "Oracle', 3, 4, Bus- iness Manager 4, Outing Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Ring Committee 3, Junior-Senior Committee 3, Student Coun- cil 2, 3, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Debby Teen 2, Cheerleader 3, 4. 71 O11 1111' 111l' Why thx- smiling frm-s? Ss-uior top brass X111 1Y1II1Il1l'I', R. L1Ll11il1lilll. C. Bvnl R. U0t1'111'l1. H. Bl'2lC11JllI'1' R. M1'1'1'il1. K. cj1L11I1lIIl bll.11 111- 12114'1 No Il11Slil1i1'S M2111 to 1112111 c11sc'11ssio11 N 1 1 t1 11111L ' 1 . I 1 YL-s -' 111. 1 . V1vUOl2ll'41.IJ.173111101 4 ' C. . clvsc-1't 11'y'z1111 11f"NStoops 1QC'OI'lqll1'I'u P11 1111111 111 1111 1 L l 1311111114 D X11 4 A. -,mm M, 'l'imb11,-l11k1- H. B11r11. ll. Mr11'111. Mr. f:l'1'IlK121 1 11111111 .X. 151-1'1111c'. C. f1l7SSl'11I1 1 Cl11r111:111. C. 111111111 72 Most Active Most Poised Best Executive Most Popular Tallest Shortest Cutest QI'I,lO4' QVSOHCZ Most Happy-go-lucky Prettiest Girl Handsomest Boy Most Flirtatious Most Likcly to Succeed Best Athlete Best Natured Class Clown Best Best Best Best Best Best Best Personality Dancer Singer Musician Actress Actor Speaker Best Artist Most Witti Modest est Quietest Most Most Most Most Studious Ambitious Talkative Friendly Cutest Smile Prett iest Hair Prettiest Eyes Neatest Dresser Miss Mr. E. L. E. L. E. L. Corridor Couple Marlene Sedgeley Carolyn Drigotas Sue Swift Elaine Woodman Diana Parker Barbara White Eleanor Polley Cynthia Philbrook Irma Feldman Dorothy Sheloske Janice Tufts Constance Tassinari Natalie Tribou Cynthia Philbrook Sue Swift I Lorraine Giasson Anita Berube Methyl Gowell Marjorie Booth Dorothy Gatchell Angela Nichols Carol Beal Constance Tassinari Nancy Bowen Janice Tufts Janet Higgins Dorothy Gatchell Anita Berubc Constance Doe Claudette Halle Joan Morin Beverly Chase Elaine Woodman Elaine Perry 73 fifties Mark Cloutier Robert Swift Donald Berman Kenneth Oldham David Dutton William Randall Robert Fellows Philip Taylor Robert Meffiii .Ronald Reynolds Mark Cloutier Douglas MacLeod Radcliffe Mitchell Robert Baril Robert Merrill Reginald Ballard Donald Chenard Walter Rand Jack Gough Donald Berman Robert Wlike Alan Bowie Robert Baril lVallace Polley Jordan Holt Leslie Pulsifer George Glidden Donald Chenard Robert Poulin James Dutton Romeo Taylor Robert Fellows Kenneth Oldham Arthur Cass L. A V 5 if iz, Bvst Hxm'L1tix'A's Most Puism-cl l'x'n-ttivst gmcl IIElI1iiS Ullll Nl I3 B1 lm III . " 4 .S Swift Ii. Swift. lf. Ilriuotzu I. Ifvlclxllallm. B. Xfvlllll f'1'm'It1vst Ililll' Must ,Xlulwitlwlms Hvst Nzltulx-cl C Hlllm I I 1 1 l. Dui Ull I., lIlI1Sifl'l. Higuinx X. vlqlilllill, R. Nfitrlwll 'inn'-Q Most Stucliuus 'lllllc-st :xml S1lOl'fl'SI Class Clowns J. Tufts. Holt D. Dutton. B, xxhllhl' Ii. Bzlril. ff. Phillmm li. Rllllilklll. D, Pz11'lu-1' 71 affix? WK , , gig, fig Yi. . CSUCILOO! QYOIZQ There's a school that is dear to the hearts of all, It is E. L. H. S. fair, There's a name that whene'er we hear its call ' Comes a shout that Hlls the air. There's a place that we love with a love as true As the stars in heaven blestg And though others may jeer, we will join in a cheer For the bravest, the grandest, the best. CHORUS Oh, E. L. H. S. for evermore Conquerors, leaders of the way, In all competing, never retreating, We must win today. 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Y X' yi 3 Aww? av.. fjwfil' ' 5 n Mix Jw ww L. ,, gy ,N me A. + V ,www y 31269. TQZYSQQL f HJ 4 R. QgPREP XNW-D 3 ao, 4 SR Quarry? 505 -'-"- aFg W3vma IU ---- Q13 'A xg f' 5599335 ---- ,.,'. 1,",Q,y,. ,QQ ' 'i -id", Q51 : veg! . y' , I 5 i' ' ' 1 J jf W V ,bluff XM J.: --li.:-an -Q , ,nl-' " 90 5 1 Y .I g -1:1 in - " 5.i!a1!2' 'gf6I+fEQ'iS'ff55'-?3 Q agflpx Q 6 Q -' o Y' In ' . I , ' 1 lh:'MmM.9E- . 1 if . ,. A ' u sf " I ' , ll 9 9 HONOR PARTS First Row: E. Mc'CIz11'ty'. D, Bvrmrm. Tufts. M. Cloutivr. Swift, Svrmlcl Row: T. Hnyrlvn. C. Gouflvy. Holt. B. Coy. lf. Ifvun f.. C3 ass 0 1953 k onor parts First Hamm ...... . Sl'I'0lId 11411102 ,..,. Tlzim' Ilmzm .,... FOIIINI Honor ,.,,. . I. -lilllifi' Tufts 2. Slark C:l0L1tii'l' 71. Donald lSc'1'x11zu1 lA. Susanna- Swift JJ. E121iI1L'lVIC'c12l1'tS' 6. 7. 8. 9. .Ianiw Tufts Mz11'li c:lUlltil'I' YIwlN'IIlLXS H2lB'lli'I1 Barbara Coy .Iorclzm Holt Cllaytcm Umm I 0. C1llZ1l'lCflt' Gouclvj: 92 Donald l3c'1'n1z111 SIISLIIHN' Swift 69565. The Order of Stenographic Eflicieney is composed of senior stenographie stu- dents who have satisfactorily passed the required shorthand speed tests. In order to become a member. a student must pass the Ofheial Gregg Short- hand Speed Test dictated at a speed of 60 words-per-minute and transcribe her notes with no more than five percent errors. As a further step, members may attempt the 80 words-per-minute speed test, and then progress to 100 words-per-minute. Certificates and pins are awarded to members who pass the ten-minute Com- petent Typist test with no more than live errors. This test is published in Bu.fines.f Teacher, a monthly secretarial magazine. The awards serve as a symbol of skill and c-Hiciency. As the "Oracle" goes to press the following girls have passed the 60 words-per- minute dictation test: Patricia Abbott, Beverly Bowie, Dorothy Carver, Carmen Doyon, June Emerson, -luliette Fournier, Judith Gilman. Monique Gobeil, Betty Hicks, Lucille Huard, Barbara Jackson, Gladys Larrabee, .loan Lefllair, Patricia McClintick, Carlene Miller. -Ioan Morin, Margaret O'Gonnor, Marion Timberlake, and Norma XYinship. Constance Berube, Dorothy Carver, Betty Ilicks, and Patricia NIeClintiek have passed the 80 words-per-minute test. As a majority of the members of the O. E. are planning to enter the business world. the experience they have gained frem this club will prove valuable to them in future years. D. G. . ORDER OF STENOGRAPI-IIC EFFICIENCY First row: L. Giasson. C. Doyon. Fournier. C. Berube. Second row: B. Hicks, AI. Morin. Emerson. M. Timberlake. 93 lfirst row: D. lmriiic-iix. Rr-ardon. H. Prim. ll. Sawyvr. Nirkc-rson. N. Judson. M. Booth, N1 fo ll B Wolfs JL-r'f"4'r' D Quillvr M cll0lllll'l'. A. l'il'llOll. QX, Bi'I'lll3l'. .f.,wm-.. .1 ,. ..1 .. Svvoncl row: M. Randall. l., Colby. lf. Pulkkinrn. li. Cliasv. li. Coy. Svhoppv. M. Powm-rs. li. Pollc-y. II. Higgins, Third row: l.. L1-onard. Goldlrc-rg. LI, Halls. R. Hanlon. ll. Oldham, P. Curtis. .-X. Wi-lust:-r, D. Proulx. J, Crosby. E. Smith. C. MUGW. N. Knapp. R. Gs-tc-hell. E. Bradbury. Fourth row: R. Thurlow. B. Ray. C. Liiuogc-s. M. Evans. P. Tripp. A. Iilws-ll. l.. Pulsifvr. R. Merrill. ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' - " - ' -llc-mf K. Mar- lfifth row: B. Flurnvr. b. Higgins. S. Philhroolt. li Sttxens. lufts. CN. Out . " or Jr-. R, Maxiit-ld. YY. Cox. XY. Rand. shall. D. Ludwig. D. Difkm-y. Gouuh. L. Nlvrrill. Sixth row: R. Glovvr. Holt. R. lll'llt'Iil'I'. Ih I S1-vs-ntli row: Clarnvtt. P. Aucli-rson. K. Oldham. 513041 Un a warm August morning a livw wvvlgs lmvlioir- tlli' opvning ol' racliool. ont' hundrm-d and thirty-onv prospc-rtivv inarclivrs in:-t at Pvttvngill Park for tht- first hand drill ol thi- svason. undvr tlu' dirt-ction of tlim- ucrw drill niastvr. Mr, Harry llonvs. 'llu' lirst trip rnadv hx' tliv hand was to SC2lI'l3Ol'Ol!ffil Downs: wlzt-rv thi-ju toolg part in tht- Blaint- Hwiit rin Svptvrnhvi' 12. 'llhis yt-ar,s Hand Prvsidvnt. Rohvrt Swift. and Vic't'-P11-siclr-rit. Iloward Sawyc-r. wvrc t-lm-tt-d in Nlay of last ycfar. In Sl'IJU'II1lJt'I' ol this yvar. Allwrt Elwvll was l'lvc'tvd SCf'I'4'tUlVY-VllI'l'HSL1I'f'I'. 'l'lu- sc-ation lcadu-rs and hand xnanaggc-rs wi-rv also vlvvt- t-d in Svptvxnhvr. Tha- hand and chorus lu-ld tlivir annual Blicl-NYi1it1-1' L'onc'vrt on 'lanuary lil at thc' lmwiston Armory. On Fvhruary ll. tllc llvvr ing liand of Portland. Blainv. arriwd in Auburn to prvsont a joint c'onCt'rt with tht- Edward l.ittl1' Hand. 'lllu' two hands r1'l1x'a1'svtl in thc' aftvrnoon. and at suppctr time. thc' visitors wcfri- 1-ntvrtaincd by tlu' liarnilivs ol 94- First row: N. Howard. N. Walker. D. Arpin. A. Goldberg. C. Doueette. J. Cronk. M. Conner, R. XN'ilner. L. Caron. W. Briggs. D. Turner. R. Swift. Second row: li. Weathern. D. Curran. C. Lajoie. P. jillson. D. Crass. L. Wager. T. Myriek, P. Roberts. Third row: S. Davis. F. Wing. S. Fosdiek. C. Pzurnell, B. Richardson. M. Spofford. M. Mon- roe. C. Goudey. S. Parker. M. Gowell. Fourth row: S. Hodgkins. C. Tineley. L. Huard. P. Estes. B. Skinner. R. Harris. J. Grey, M. Reardon. E. Dawes. M. Robinson. D. Perkins. R. Stevenson. Fifth row: J. Anderson. R. Obie. R. Hickey. A. Beleckis. M. Allen. S. Swift. 1.1. Philbrook. Sixth row: C. Mueller. R. Gross. YV. Ryder. rl. Prince. B. Chandler. A. W'yer. A. illiduell. D, Wilkinson. li. Packard. Wh Durgin. Wh Knight. D. Sanford. Seventh row: D. Pulkkinen. Dutton. R. Roy. R. Estes. the band members. The concert was held that evening' at the Lewiston Armory. 'l'he bands first gave individual concerts and then combined to bring tl1e evening to an end. A dance arranged by the Student Council was held inimediately following the concert. This year. for the l'irst time. the band and chorus combined to present a pop- eoncert which was held on April I7 at the Lewiston Armory. The concert was cen- tered around a patriotic theme. All the decorations were of a patriotic nature as were some of the numbers played and sung by the two groups. On May 8 and 9. the band will travel to Brunswick. Nlaine. for the l'N'estern Maint- Blusic Festival. They will play a concert audition and will take part in a parade and drill. Following the parade. a number of the hand members will rehearse in a composite orchestra. which will play a concert in the evening. Klang' money-raising projects were carried on during the year. During the football season. the band members sold pencils bearing the football schedule. and balloons. made in the shape of a football with E. L. H. S. written on them. 'l'he annual tag-day was held in October and another one is planned for this spring. Sev- eral paper drives were held. and the Columbus Boys, Choir appeared in 21 concert at the Lewiston Armory for the benefit of the band. M. G. and D. 'I'. 95 Y - im, 1 5 QL 1 we M Z qi, LAN, ,Nami P if 1.' 2 ae 3 N, , T? Wa A"' ' ik A Q sv 4 2 . ,. ff s W Ear osx wg ? 5? ' '9 0 an E xg c" "-:f2 3 Q Elfx um Ee Q Wt an X6 i t qw vi if ii i g iv A 3 2 !? is Q? v an lfirst row: :VILlLllll1'l'. I. lYl1iting. l'. lJl'I'l'l'lll1ll. Y. liK'llllYLlIli'f'.v D, llrowu. D.-iiolhy. Ss-roucl row: l-J. lJlll'llIlL1. Nl. Clouua-r. L. flizxssou, Nl. lA'UIl2lI'Ll. N. Swc-vt. N. l.m-igh. X, Clough 1 ., Y, ,,.. . lhircl row: D. Llivrizxlml. 15. .Xlwrli-y. l,. .Ii-psou. Cl. htuplc-s. N. Lottm-r. L. lllSSlll2ll'l. lfourth row: CI. livxxl. A. Sl'llUlJIJf'. DI. liurgi-ss. Quigu. tl. CFUSSIIIQIII. lfifth row: ll. Clrotn-ziu. fl. Gliclclc-11. R. Clhilcl. l.. Davis. tvr C.ouC1'rt on luiuiury tvutli. :mtl will again Zippvnr with thi' huutl ou April 1-ight vvntli iu tlu' Pop Com'l'rt to hc' llvlcl ut tlw lll'XVlSt0IlJX1'IIlO1'y. llu- chorus is now looking' lorwurcl to tlu- XX 1-stvru Nluiiu- 1x1l1SlCI'l'SllX'1il. which will hc- hs-ld in liruuswirlt ou May niutli. uucl that lIl0llll5l'IkS urn- also pri-puriug lioi thc Nvw Euglzmcl Audition Fc'stix'al in flonxivcticiit ou Slay UN'l'IlIy-l-Clllllll. A wry small group ol' chorus II1l'II1lJl'l'S uttvmlvcl tht' lirst Nluilu' ull Stzxti- Ciou ci-rt Fvstivzil hvlcl in Augusta from March twvuty-lil'tli through tlu- UN'l'Ilty-Vlglllll llus chorus coiituim-cl zihout out' luuiclrvcl zmcl lilty volcws lrom various parts ol tht stats' and was umlcr thx' vxpvrt lvzulwsliip ol' Prolvssor Eclwzircl F. Giltlay ol' Frulu inglizmi Stan- 'l'm-zu'lu-rs, Colln-gr. Fruuiinglizuii. Mzissacluisc-tts. A small group of coucvrt Chorus iiiviuhc-rs will zittvucl tluf Nc-w Ellglllllil F:-stixul in llrooliliuv. NIz1ssuCliL1sc'tts. from April 1-ightli through tlmv 4'll'X'l'Iltl1. Souu' ol' thc' IIli'IIlOI'L1l5lt' piwvs sung hy thi- c'o1ic'c'rt Chorus this yvur linux hc-vu -'Vllll2iIlliS lim' 'l'o Goal." lliclxsoilg 'Jllhc' Voicw' ol' Fl'l'l'Ll0IIl.,, zxclzlptvcl lrom Ruhii stc'iu's "KLlIllI1lk'IlIlCTl Ostrowng "l llllit' It H4xI'l',,7 llolumli Nllzlttls' llylllll ol tliv Rm puhlicf' Howc--Su-ll1'. zxucl "lixultutiou,,' flihh. A sc'lvc'tf'cl group ol' Chorus uuuiihvrs will uiukc' final z1ppc'u1ui'if'm's ut l7216'l'2llLlUl'l atc. and at graduation rfxvrcises in Alum: D. C. 97 First row: W. Chase. D. Chenard. J. Ducharme. Secretary: Mr. Carroll. Adviser: l.. Jepson. Second row: L. Towle. N. Guerette. Alden. C. Bryant. D. MacLane. R. Watson. G. lieruhe. all l.O- l..S'UCl! al. S 'l'he twelve boys of the Audio-Visual Aids department are being kept busy this year with the increasing number of Hlm strips that are being shown in all classes. Over one hundred and Fifty have been shown this year. Some of the out- standing ones such as "Romeo and .lulietfi and "Background of l,iterature', have heen shown to all English students. Current event lillns strips are now being added to the program through the suhscription to the New York "limes," which ollers a lilm a month to the group, Two of the more interesting filmstrips shown this year to thc social studies classes are "How Do lN'e Elect Our Officials? and "How Presidents Assume lN4ore Powerf' A new daylight screen was added to the special equipment ol' the Visual Aids Department which helps in showing movies in rooms where there is too much light for the ordinary screens. Included in their objectives for next year is a plan by M1'. Carroll and the boys to buy a new film strip projector with greater illuminating power to add to their special purpose apparatus. This projector will be partly financed by the sales at the new concession booth which was built at lllalton Field hy the boys. IJ. P. 98 f - 5 5 , i?? -3' NU il i HE. fm . X 1 X W4 X X , -V v . w v . . Nw ,.,vA'. X 5 f Y 5 ffwv r . H . Q ww- , Ni '-f2ffSf'27" Q Mba 'ny W Vx 1 w,1'M M, ,,,J.l mga WF? ,191 f"""-A 2- I 'S E5 J Q nl? QQ x if , V X, iff, Q M ,,, wi fs 3 g "'fi5ffi'T fzwfk 5 ! XX .H I x Wim' RT T' 6 xy., 5-L ii s M A ' fx 5 "M- f 1 d -we 6' 'L f lA2eA.! A' 4 " Q, 4 -x ,,, J-ig. 'l 100 f I W BIOLOGY +Audfo f Visg-BVAFJS A 62 ,, 4 I ,I QQ 49 '3 x? V57 '4 W.'f'?f ','1 iff 5 w',4,2 QQ' 1 lf' .1 117. -:" S 'islffm 1: X IM I dui' I 'NH 'I 7 ' : N, I 1 L! 'ffl' I' W5 N95 GS 'tix I I X' I 1 XX 591 ,M ,Ik 5?qf'Tfv11l'3VX' 1 ,QMKQ 1 911110 My ' U1 vv Lf M N 101 lfirst row: S. Davis. E. Gorman. D. Bcrman. A. Bowic. Tufts. A. Nichols. Sccond row: E. Woodman. L. Wagg. A. Bcrubv. Cottcr. D. Gatchvll. D. Parkcr. A, Schoppc. B. Chasc. Higgins. Parkcr. C. Hallc. A, Rccs. at FD VCLC Q "Whcrc's thc dunnny?,' No. thc cditors of thc "Oraclc,, arc not insulting any- onc. Prcparing thc dununy. a sainplc "Oraclc." is always thc duty of ycarbook cditors. and forcvcr thc prccious hook is lacing rnislaidl Alan Bowic. Nlark Clouticr. Sally Davis. Elainc Gorman. Angcla Nichols. and -Ianicc 'l'ufts, thc cditors. chosc audio-visual aids thc 19515 thclnc. Angcla Nichols. Shirley Parkcr and Diana Parkcr wcrc rcsponsiblc for all drawings illustrat- ing thc the-inc. Mark Clouticr was in chargc of group picturcs and candids: Elaint- Gorman and -lanicc 'l'ufts. of scnior glossicsg and Alan Bowic. of faculty picturcs and writc- ups. Sally Davis. Ann Rccs, Anita licrulnc. Nancy Clottcr. licvcrly Clhasc. .Ianc liushinan, Cynthia Phillarook. hlarv Ann Rcardon. Suc Swift. and Lois Wligg workcd painstakingly to scc that cach scnior had a suitable pcrsonal. -lanct Higgins. Carolyn Drigotas. Diana Parkcr. and Elcanor Pollcy coinpriscd thc pcrsonalitics l'0IIlIIlltttl'l'. Phyllis Alcxandcr. chairman of thc typists. Anita licrubc. Laurctta Dubois, Shirlcy Fclton. l.ucillc Huard. liarhara -lackson. Margarct O'Clonnor. Cynthia Phil- brook. and Norma XYinship. gavc inany hours to thc prcparation of niatcrial for thc printcr. 'l'hc liusincss inanagcrs. Donald IS:-rnian. Ulaudcttc llallc. Ann Schoppc. and Elainc Wfoodinan. handlcd advcrtiscmcnts and othcr financcs. which inakc possihlc thc publication of thc book. Mr's. Kcnncdy and hir. Erskine scrvcd as faculty adviscrs, and Miss Garclncr. as proof rcadcr. I T 102 emior mma The Class of 1953 presented Raphael David Blau's "Mother is a Freshman,' as their senior drama. The play is a delightful three-act comedy about a young widow who goes to college with her daughter and falls in love with the professor her daughter has a "crush on.'l Many amusing incidents follow with mother's getting almost expelled from school. Carolyn Drigotas played the Mother, Mrs. Abigal Abbott, Sue Swift, her daughter Susan, Robert Merrill, Professor Michaelsg and Donald Berman, the Dean. Others in the cast were Margaret Toomey, Dorothy Gatchell, Dorothy Sheloske. Charlene Goudey, Marjorie Booth, Marlene Sedgeley, Robert Maxlield, Robert Swift, lYalter Rand. Clayton Bean 1 all students at Pointer College 1 and the housemother. Barbara 'l'hompson. Eleanor Polley, Janice Tufts, Elaine Gor- man. Claudette Halle. Bruce Myrick, james Dutton, Donald Chenard and .Iohn Cough appeared as extras. Nfrs. Douglas Fosdick directed with John Gough as assistant director. Others who helped with the production were Leslie Pulsifer, Bruce james, Angela Nichols, Shirley Parker, Cynthia Philbrook, Robert Estes, Eleanor Polley, Lucille Colby, Claudette Halle, Robert Tiffany, Glenn McKeown, Janice Tufts, Elaine Gorman. Constance Tassinari. Elaine lYoodman, Dorothy Wlilkinson, Diana Parker, Mary Reardon, Nfary Robinson, -Ianet Higgins, Fern Wing, Beverly Chase, Constance Doe. Shirley Deschaine and Ann Schoppe. C. C. First row: D. Berman. D. Gatchell. R. Merrill. M. Toomey. C. Bean. Second row: M. Booth. M. Sedgeley. 'l'hird row: S. Swift. C, Goudey, R. Maxheld. C. Drigotas. R. Swift. B. Thompson, W. Rand, D. Sheloske. 103 liirst row: D. MHl'I,f1CJfl. Swift. R. Estes. Sf-vonrl row: C, Nason. S. Maguirr-. Gray. NI. Clloiitivr. M. Connor. D. Davis. A, lN'c'l1ste'r. 'lihircl row: D. Clin-uaicl. l.. .Xkvrlvy P. Rolwrts. R. Ballarrl. K. fjllllllllll. R. Nfvrrill. L, Pulsi- fvr. XY. Ryclm-r. YY. 'liowlz-. QSM ent ouncz 3 J C ' "What uoiiiuiittw' aiu I on?" is ll liwqiiviit quvstiou aslwcl at tht- ww-lily stuclvnt council Il1K'l'IlI1Q'S. 'l'his busy organization was thx- host school for thc' Nlainm- Statm' Stuclvnt Clounvil Uouxl-ntiou in Novt-11ihv1'. 'lihv succ'css of thx- conx'c'ntion was lai'g'n'ly cluc- to thi- haul work of thv Council lIl0Illl3t'l'S and tht-ii' 2lClX'lSl'l'S. At this t'ouvt-utiou. Clliarlvs 'lorclan was vlvvtvtl lI't'llSlll'l'I' of thc' Maine' Stan' Stuclvut liouuvil Orgauiyation. Klany pioicwts wvil' c'ai'1'in'cl on hy thi- aniliitious council. 'lihs' stuclvnt couufil Llaucm- took plavv on Fvbruary lil. following thc joint hand c'oncv1't with lim-riiig lligh Svhool. This wal' thc stuclvnt couuril solcl hook c'ox'vi's to thc stuclvnt hotly. l'hr'y also prvpzxxml tht' school hauclhook for rcvisiou and possilulc issuanfv nvxt X'l'llI'. J 'l'hv council consists of ont- 1'm'p1'1-sc'1itz1tix'c' f1'on1 vafli liouuwoonig in atltlition, IllUIlllN'l'S au- cliosvn at largc' so that each class may liavc- cqual 1'cprt'sm'1itation. 'lihv 1iu'1ulwi's m-lc-ctvtl thc- following oHix'c-rs: Prcsiclt-nt, Douglas lXlac'l,c'ocl: Vic'c'-P1'm'si- tlvnt. Ray Estate: and Svcix-ta1'y. Suv Swift. .Iavla llc-iiiivtt. Lcsliv Pulsifs-r. and Charlvs .Iortlan i'l'p1't'scritc'cl Eclwarcl Littlv at tht' lY0stc'1'ii Klainm- District Convention at Wllyrillctc Avaclt-niy on Marrh 21. luck was vhosvn prvsitlviit. and Clliarlvs was vlvctvcl to thv CXl'l'lltlX'L' council. I Nils. llayclm-n and Mrs. Ashton au- thc- faculty nclx'isr'1's. M. C. 104 icgitattion . This year the Edward Little High School "Station', completed its twenty-sixth year of publication. Under the editorship of Marlene Sedgeley the "Station,, received a second place award in the contest for high school newspapers, sponsored by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Another second place was awarded to the "Station,' by the National Scholastic Press Association. This is the first year the "Station" has entered the latter contest. Gther members of the stall' included Nancy Cotter, janet Higgins, and Diana Parker as Associate Editors: Carolyn llrigotas as News Editor, and Mary Marshall as Business Manager. The "Station,' is a six page publication which is printed and distributed eight times a year. All athletic. scholastic, and social functions are covered very care- liully by "Station" reporters. As many interesting features as possible are also included. Any student can obtain the eight issues of the "Station', by purchasing a season ticket or by paying seventy-tive cents. ln january the new stall' of juniors took over the "Station.H 'lihe new editor is Cecile Morgan. Other members of the stall' are llevone Davis as Associate Editor: NY:-sley Ryder as News Editor, and Nancy Shaw as Business Manager. Faculty advisers are Miss Edna Canhain and Miss Dorothy Wellman. J. c:. First row: J. Higgins. N. Cotter. C. Drigotas. D. Parker. M. Marshall. D. Catchell. Second row: J. Dueharme. B. YVm-athern. F. VVing. YV. Knight. D. Crass. C. Goudey. M. A. Powers. Ll. Goldberg. R. Fowles. C. liosdick. E, Dawes. R. Lachance. Third row: M. Reardon. D. Davis. N. Shaw. C. Morgan. YV. Ryder. N. Knapp. Thorpe, S. Gt-nesse. D. Sanford, C. Tassinari. D. WVilkinson. M. Foster. 105 lfirst row: P, Curtis. Cray. C. Goutlf-y. D. Davis. M. Gowvll. fit-roml row: P. Rob:-rts. E. Bradbury. A. VVyt'r, . htm 'l'hv Latin Club hvlcl its lirst 1Ilt't'llI1g of this yvar on Octobvr 6. W52. with tht' l'zu'ulty aclvisvr. Miss .Im-ssit' .-Xllvy. At this tiinc' tht' following oflicw-1's wt-rv n'lt'c'tt'cl: Priscilla Curtis. Pontilivx M8XlII1l1S tprcsiclvntig IJCYUIIK' Davis. Consul ,Vli'l'-ljI't'SlLlt'I1IlQ Iloannt- Gray. Cvnsor. tSc'c1'cta1'yi1 Ernvst Bradbury and Char- lvnt- Clouclvy. Scnior Avclilvs 'Rvprvscntatiwfsi1 and Arthur XN'yvr and Klart' Gowvll. junior Avclilvs. Latvr. on llvccunbci' l'lliIt'l'Ilfll. Philip Robvrts and Pt'tf'r llicks-y wt-rv choscn as Sophonlort' Ac-clilvs. lilavk ancl orange' clt'c'orations signilitttl tht- approach ol' thc' Hallowvavn svason at that Uctobt-r lXN'l'1llY-Sl'X't'I1fll int-vting. Gaines wort' playvtl anal l'l'lil'4'SllIlll'11IS wvrt' sc'i'x't'tl. 'l'hc' initiation ol thc soplioniorvs took plact- on NC1X't'Illl5l'I' ss'x't'11tm-vlitli. ll' thc' prograni hacl bt-vn H-l1c'z1i'st'cl. tht- vntcrtainlnvnt Could hardly haw' bc-vribvttc-1'. Ernvst liraclbury playvd Santa Claus to thc- Latin Club II1C!IllJt'I'S on Dc'c'cxnlwi' liftvvlltli. At this nwvting sonic' ol' thc' IIlt'IHlJCI'S stagvtl a short Christmas play clcpicting thc' silnilaritivs of sonic' of tht- Christmas Customs ol' today to those- of thc' anrivnt Romans. On Fvbruary filth tht- Latin Club t'ntt'rtaint'cl tht- Cony Latin Club. An in- tvrvsting play was vnac'ts-cl aftcr which rt-frc-slnncnts wvrs' scrvvd. On April Iilits-vntli thc Latin Club is anticipating traveling to Augusta to rvturn tha- visit of tht' Cony Club. ll. E. 106 lze Gfssembfy Boar' 'l'he Assembly Board is made up of two representatives, 21 boy and a girl, from each class. Six faculty members work with this group in an advisory eapae- ity. The students who have served this year on the board are Dorothy Gatehell, Ernest Bradbury, Janiee Grossman, Howard Sawyer, Sandra Sehoppe, and William Towle. The faculty advisers are Mr's. Packard, Miss Gardner, Miss Gervais. Miss Downs, Miss Grossman, and Mr. Gumb. 'l'he purpose of this group is to plan the assemblies for the sehool year. 'l'hey try to vary them so that, at some time during the year, there will he programs to interest every type of person. lN1any ol' the assemblies this year were put on by the students. Among these were rallies, debates. class talent shows, Drarnatie Club plays, and iuusieal pro- grams by the band and chorus. Several movies were provided by the Audio-Visual Aids lleparuuent. Outstanding guests appearing during the year included Mrs. Sydney lN'adding-A ton. 21 highly talented marimba player: the nationally known American Mails- Chorus: Professor Quimby, who spoke on the subject ol' temperaneeg and Mr. Salom Rizlt. who related many interesting events of his life as told in his hook. "'l'he Syrian Yankeef' l.H. First row: KI. Grossman. D. Gatehell, S. Sehoppe. Seroncl row: H. Sawyer, E. Bradbury, W. Towle. 107 First row: R. Siniard. W. Rand. D, Berman. J. Gough. H. Sawyer. Mr. Gumb. Second row: B. Ray. Reardon. R. Sawyer. D. Chenard. R. Smith. NV. Towle. C. Bean. M. lheriault. M. Cloutier. Third row: R. Hanlon. R. Marston. R. Merrill. L. Pulsifer. D. Labbe, W. Parker, P. Taylor, C. Glidden. R. Nlaxlield. D. Dickey. . Il.-U .-X fast moving and aggressive Edward Little Hi-Y under the leadership of Donald Berman. President: -lack Gough. Vice-President: 1N'a1ter Rand. Treasurer: Howard Sawyer and Peter Siinard. Secretaries: Roger Simard. Chaplain: and Robert Christiansen and Mr. Gumh. Advisers. completed a most successful year. Vllllk' program for the 1952-53 season was a tlireeliold one that included recreational educational and service projects. ln the recreational department the cluh sponsored a public dance: held a series ol' social functions for the members: and carried on an eight game haskethall slate. 'lllie educational program included a variety of speakers and movies and. at the time the "Oracle" was going to press. a trip to several reformatory institutions was being considered. 'l'1ie cluh sent large delegations to the Maint' State Older Boys' Conference. to the mock session of the United Nations General Assembly, to the United Nations Training Program at Bowdoin College. and to the Southern Maine Hi-Y Conference. 'l'1'ie club succeeded in electing Williarii Towle to the First Vice-Presidency of the 1953 Older Boys, Conference. Besides the sponsoring ol' a gala Christmas party for the underprivileged children. the service projects included large donations to the Community Chest. and to the Y. M. C. A. World Service Fund. D. B. 108 Q 8811- QQ EQOA U The Teen-Age Book Club is an organization designed to stimulate good reading among high sehool students. The club was organized at Edward Little in 1946, under the supervision of Miss Dorothy xvlxllllllill. Eaeh month during the school year Miss vvt'llIIl21H reeeives book lists announe- ing live or more new seleetions. These lists are given out to the seeretaries. who are elected or appointed by each English class. The duties ofa seeretary are to give out the book lists, to record sales, and to distribute the books following their arrival. The books are poeket-sized editions selected lor their value to the student. They are Conveniently priced so that the student rnay purchase as inany as he wishes, and one bonus book is given for every four books bought. The T. A. li. olliers 21 wide range of books lor the student to Choose from. such as poetry, novels, short stories. sports, and adventure stories. Sorne of the books offered are "Twenty Grand Short Storiesf, "Boy Dates Girl," "The Book of Verse," and XVebster's "l7ietionary.,' The airn ol' T. A. li. is to enable the student to widen his horizon so that he rnay have a better understanding and appreeiation ol' the world about him and thus help to build a stronger America. I7 C' First row: C. Cosselin. I. Whiting. Higgins. C. Labbe. M. Booth. Second row: Wike. M. l.ussier, P. Riley. R. Webster. B. Gore. M. Guenther, B. Biekford. 109 1-'i1's1 row: C. Rogvrs. U. Baril. .'X. Coldlwrg. C. Wadclington. C. Morgan. Lucv. Szworul row: bl. Donlay, f.I.':Xllisl1'1'. S. Cwiir-ssl-. C. Bval. B. Domit-ll. M. Elwvll. C, 'l'111'114'1'. A. Smitli. M. llollmrooli. e kgunior mea! Gross Nvarly om' llllI1Cll'CCl pt'l'Ct'IlI of all Edward Little' stliclvnts arc t'Ill'0llt'Cl in tlic- .Iunior Rod Cross. Early in S1-ptvliibvr Council 111c'111bc'1's. cliosvn from l'2lCl1 liomv- 1'oo111, I'l'pOI'ICLl to faculty adx'iss'1', Miss Gervais. First, SU1ClK'1'1t,w wvrc askvd to contribute to thc Rvd Cross and in that way to l'l'l'l'lX'C Illt'1IllJI'l'Slllp. Altvr thx- t'111'oll1111'nt drive. pupils wvrv askvcl to bring small articlvs SlIl'll as toys or school supplivs lvI'0IIl homo. 'llivsv XVt'l'l'1Ji1Clit'Cl in hoxvs and sc-nt 0YQ'I'SK'8S for cliildrcn in wax'-tom COLlI1tI'l6'S. Niany otlivr projm-cts worm- takvn up tliis your. Om' of tlic' first was a gift ol IIIOIICY to Opvratiou Santa Claus, which is sponsorvd by thc- Salvation Army. Auotlicr tlonation was giyvn to fill Tlianksgiving boxcs for the poor. Tlic girls in .junior Rvcl Cross liclpccl rc-gistvi' dc-lcgatcs from oth:-r schools at thc Stuclvnt Coun- cil Cl0I1X't'Illl0Il. At Clliristliias tlim- IIlt'IIll3l'1'S planncd to givc' small gifts to thc' pt-oplv at tlu- city l'a1'111. A CUIT1IIllttPK' slioppvd lor prvscnts and spcnt an aftcrnoou wrapping tl1c'111 in gay papvr and in prvparing attractivc packagvs of candy and fruit. 'l'l1v last projx-ct was the soliciting of CI'0SSNNOI'Ql puzxlcs li0l'l10SIJlfL1lllt'll yvtc'1'L111q :lt 'l'og'lls. 'l'l1is sn'1'x'ic'c' orgariixation is cvrtairily wvll wo1'tl1 tliv littlm- I'4'KllliI'K'Ql timc' :incl 1-flort wliivli 1ll0IIll'N'l'SlllIJ vntails. C. li. llU ramatzic 'llic Edward Littlm- lDI'J.1I1lL1tlC' Club lwld its lirst IIll't'flI1g in Scptviribvr. At this Illlli' thc' following oHic'vrs wvrc- 1-lr-ctccl: Prr'sidf'nt. Nlarlvnt- Svclgvlvyz Vicar- Prc-siclcnt, Howard Sawyer: Sc'cr'0tary, Diana Parlwrg VllI'i'21SllI'l'Il, llolin Gough: Lllliilflllilll of Studcnt Couclivs, Dorothy Gutclivllg Cliairniun ol' Inforinnl Mcvtings. Suzunnc- Muguirr-1 clllilllllllllll ol tlic Production Stull. Llgnoiyu Drigotusl Qlllillllilllll ol' Play Rvaclings, -lurnvs Dutton. Mrs. Douglas Fosclick wus cliosc-n us llzlrulty l1QlX'lSl'l'. 'llw progruni this yn-ar consistccl ol' fvx'c'r't1l inlornixxl II1K'l'llIl12'S :mtl ll clllI'l5tIIll1f1 play. At tlrm' lI1l-0I'I1121l II1t'l'll1'1gSflll' I1ll'I1lDi'l'S c-njoyccl fJZll'tlClIJ2lllIlNQ in lJl1IltOIIllIIlC'S :incl skits. Miss Anna Swnson gzxw an intcrvsting talk and dc'rnonstration on ulakv- up ut ont- uivvting. "No Room At 'l'lim' Howl" by l,0l'Ulllycll21l'lii' XvllFOI1NNL1S Cliosvn :ls tll021Illlll2ll clllI'lSII1l2iS play. 'l'l1is was prvscntvcl on llwvllibm-1' 1-iglltc-vntll lor tht- public. zincl ilu- following morning' as un ussvmbly progruln. Sinn- it was u onv-act play. thc- Eclwurd Littls- Clliorus sang some' sc-lc-ctions to coniplvtv that progrzxni. 'l'l1osc- in tln- cast wvrm- Arthur XYy1-r. K1Hl1I'l'l'U Micliuvl, Dvlpliinc- CZOIIIVZIU, Dorothy fl21IL'lll'll, Reginald Ballarcl. .Iolm Gough. Nlurjoriv liootli, Ernvst Dliilllllllly.-l1'IllIllil'l' Doclgv, 'Inuit-s Dutton and C11-film' lVIOl'Q2lI1. 61, G. lfirst row: KI. Drigotus. J. Gough. D. l,1lY'l'U'l'. Sf-voml row: M, S1-clgm-lf-y. D. Clntrhl-ll. S. Maguire: Ill First row: P. Woodard. R. Fellows. R. Mitchell. D. Dutton. D. Chennrd. Mr. Cumb. Seeond row: N. W'hz1ry. R. llzxnlon. R. Gravel. C. Jordan. Reardon. K. Judson. R. Bennett. D. Towle. D. Donovan. Third row: L. Akerley. R. Mmtrrill. R. Taylor. R. Swift. Wh Rand. B. l'11ek:1rd. K. Oldham. G. Glidden. D. Lubbe. -I. 'l'z1yloi'. R, Sinmrd. 'l'he Key Club. mainly a service organization, is sponsored by the Lewiston- Auburn Kiwanis Club. The chief purpose of the club is to help those in need and to promote good character in its members. This year. as in the past, the greatest project ol' the club was to sponsor zx clllI'lStIll2lS Jartv for the underJrivileffed children of the community. President , 5 W , lj0llU'l2lS lVIacl.eod very ca ably handled the role ol Old S31IltNlC'li. lhe merchants . 5 . 1 fl. - .- ol the city, as well as many lriends oi the elub members donated the lfllts. lhese 1 . J . 7 . . U toys were repaired by the members and gift-wrapped by some oi the girls. The Key Club also sponsored the bloodmobile which came to the high school. All members eighteen years or older gave the much needed blood to help save the 1 1 3 1 I 3 N . lives ol our service men and women. lWany ot our teachers also donated their blood to this most worthy cause. Although the club was aiming for one hundred pints of blood in this project, the members were exceedingly pleased to have been donated at any one time in this community. This is the largest project ever to be taken on by the Key Club. W. R. 112 established a record of fifty-six pints, the greatest amount of blood that has ever Jive .HCC The organization at Edward Little High School for girls who prefer a Mrs., to a Ph.D. is the Future Homemakers of America. The Edward Little Chapter, enrolled in both the state and national organization, consists of forty-four girls who meet twice a month in the Annex. Any girl who has had one year of Home Ecomomics is eligible for membership. The purposes of the F. H. A. are to stimulate further interest in activities per- taining to the home and to promote appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. This year's program included the installation of officers to which the parents of members were invited, a St. Patrickls Day dance, and the making' of a scrapbook for the children at the Central Maine General Hospital. The highlight of the year was a Christmas party held at the Annex for twenty pre-school age children from the Lewiston-Auburn Children's Home. Gifts made by the members were distri- buted to the children. Later this year the members will attend the annual state convention which will be held at Gorham State Teachers' College. The faculty advisers are Miss Downs and Mrs. lN'right. They are assisted by President Rita Silva, Vice-President Yvette Desgrosseilliers. Secretary Constance Charest, and Treasurer Constance Doucette. F. ll. First row: Y. Bouchard, J. Brady. L. Turcotte. D. Curran. B. Baril, C. Poirier, C. Curtis, C. Parent. Second row: lf. Trafford. E. Caron. Vzu-hon. A, Capt-n. A. Poulin. C. Charest, Hinkley. C. Labbe. C. Doucette. I Third row: J. Sherman, M. Bremner. M. Asselin, M. Trafford, P. Whirley, R. Silva, Libby, L. Guay, M. Lussier, M. Dunn, J. Varney. 113 First row: M. Michael. J. Morin. C. Morgan. M. Foster. Second row: M. Hurley. C, Gosselin. L. Tureotte. Dueharme. Third row: D. Darling. D. Davis. B. Tyler. L. Duhois. umior- emior - eens 'l'he Junior-Senior Y-'l'eens were organized this year under the guidanee of the adviser, M1's. Raymond Gross. At the first meeting officers were elected for the year, -Ioan Morin was ehosen President: Cecile Niorgan, Viee-President: Shirley llesehaine, Seeretary: and M1111- reen Michael, 'l'reasurer. The special project for this year was work for the ehilclreu at the Central Maine General Hospital. 'l'he children were given a Christmas party and Easter baskets. In November at the annual Mid-Winter Conference in Bangor, six girls were ehosen to represent the Edward Little Y-Teens. Those representing the Senior members were .loan Morin, Dolores Proulx, and Lauretta Dubois. The delegates for the junior members were Cecile Morgan, Maureen Nliehael, and Nlarilyn Foster. NN'eekly meetings were held YVednesday evenings at the Kate Anthony House where the girls enjoyed many line speakers. Among these were Father Wadding- ton, who spoke about teenagers in foreign countries, and Mrs. Ireland from Pelle- tier's Beauty School, who spoke about good grooming. Marry' soeial activities were enjoyed during the year among which were a covered dish supper, a Christmas dance, and a Silver Tea. The purpose ofthe latter was to raise money to send delegates to the eonferenee at Bangor. M. G. 11-1- !gClf6f684'WOC S ln thc ye-ar nint-tvs-n-huntlrm-cl and forty-nintf, Nlr. Gay OI'g8.I1l!PLl at doublet quartet Callvd thc- -Iahhcrwoclxs. 'l'ht- purpose- ol' thc group at that tirnv wus to sing at Concvrts in conjunction with thc' concert Chorus in orclvr to providv 21 varivty of II1LlSlC. 'l'hv -Izxhhc-rwoclts wvrt- uskvd to sing nt so runny occasions. soon alitt-r thc-ir first LlppC2lI'l1lN'k'. that tht- group grucluzxlly lost its ultilizition with thv Chorus and lwralric- a self-dire-cts-cl organization without 21 t'uc'ultyz1clx'isc'r. Thx- prinu- purpost- ol' tht- Klz1hhcrw'ot'ks now is to sprvacl tht- plL'l1SLlI't'l1IlCl fellowship gainvd by singing and listvning to hzirhvr-shop niusicg st-c'ondly. to sing with thv Chorus. Mc-vtings art- hvlcl ut thv honirs ol thv nivxnhvrs and also ut the hand room. Sonic of tht' mort- popul11rpim't's of music' whirh tht' int-nth:-rs enjoy arc- "Nh Evalinaf, ulilig-tlllll' Cowboy -loc-fa "Pig O' My ll6'2lI'f.,l and "FSw't-vt Rosc-s of Niornf, Now IIlllSlC is bought with tht- tuont-y t'Li1'I1i'Cl hy tht- group. 'l'hv most important lunctions at which tht- group has sung this your are as follows: The' .junior 'l'own Mm-ting Cliristuizis Progrzuu: E. li. H. S. Nlid-XN'intc-r Band Conccrt: FLllI'X'll'XY P. 'l'. A.: Littlt- 'lllll'LllI'l' nicvting und tht- Mariner Studi-nt Council Couvvntion. CI. li. First row: D. cllN'Il1ll'il. B. Myrirk. il. Cough. CI. Bvzut. Second row: Dutton. R. Muxlivld. l'. llurlvy. A. lilwtfll. 115 First row: R. Wilncr. D. Catchell, J. Tufts, R. Shapiro. Svcond row: D. Bcrman. W. Tc-wlc. G. Kilgore, Mr. Coopcr. Qeoate 'l'lic dclvatc club elect:-d tlic following ofliccrs: llorotliy Gutclu-ll. Prcsidcntg .lunicc Tufts, Vic:--Prcsidcntg and Gordon Kilgorc, Sc-c1'cta1'y. Each ycur tlu- club dchatcs two qucstions: tlic Bowdoin qucstion and thc N11- tionul llcbatc qucstion. 'l'lu- Bowdoin dchatc, on tlic tidclands oil controvcrsy, took plucc llcccrulmcr 6. P4-tcr Hickcy and Wi1liam'l'ow1c- cntcrcd tlic novicc division. Dorotliy Gzitclicll und .lunicc 'liufts cacli placcd first in llcr rcspcctivc forum in tlic scnior division. and 'Izinicc lulits placcd sccond for tlic cntirc scnior division. Aftcr Cliristriias vacation. thc dcbatcrs bcgzm prcparing' thc- qucstion on I1 Fcds-ral Union rnadc up ol tlllx N.A.'l'.O. nations. Donald llcrrnzm, -Ianicc lults. Pctcr Hickcy and Gordon Kilgorc gave a vcry crcditahlc pcrlorrnancc at tlic annual South Portland Tourney Early in April. thc club participated in thc liatcs Lcaguc Vli0l1l'IlZiIIlK'I1t. Doro- thy Gatch:-ll and W'illiarn 'l'owlc rnadc up onc UXHIHL and .lanicc lults and llonald llcrrnan. tlic otlicr. Pctcr Hickcy scrvcd as un altcrnatc. ln tht- prclirninary rounds. Edward Littlc dcbatcd Rurnford and Lcwiston. 'llic rcsults lizid not hm-cu unnounccd at tlu tirnc thc 'OraClc" wcnt to prcss. Nlr. Frank Coopcr has scrvcd as faculty adviscr this yczir. I ,V H6 umior own meetz'n,g junior Town Nlccting is now in its sixth ycar ol' radio hroadcasting ovcr Station XYLANI. On altcrnatc Nlondays a forum coniposcd of Edward Little stu- dcnts prcscnts a round-tahlc discussion. This program, initiatcd as thc first of its kind in thc statc hy Mr. Frank E. xfVlIIIIIlf'l', bccanic a mcrnhcr of thc National Radio Guild last ycar. The' program has a wiclc following and offcrs thc studcnts an cxccllcnt opportunity not only to lcarn thc principlcs of spccch, but also to cxprcss their opinions on matters of intcrcst to thcnisclvcs and to thc community. Sonic of thc rcccnt round-tablc discussion topics hav? hccn "A Good Timc In Grandfathcris Day Versus A Good 'liirnc 'l'oday,', "ls cl0I1lIHll1'llSIH ln Thc Schools .X National PI'0l'5li'IIl?,,. "Largc Cfollcgcs Vcrsus Small Collcgcsf' "Is Modcrn Man Living Up To His RcsponsihiliticsT, Spccial hroadcasts such as "The- Spirit Of Christniasi' and othcr suhjccts such as "Mainc,s Educational PI'0l7lCII1Su givc varicty to thc scrics of programs. fndcr thc capahlc lcadcrship of Nlarjory Booth, Prcsidcntq Angcla Nichols and Rcginald Ballad. Co-rnanagcrsi Elainc lVIcCarty and Diana Parkcr. Co-sccrtw tarics: and Mr. Frank E. Winnncr. faculty adviscr, junior Town Mc:-ting continucd its finc rccord of radio production. H. First row: M. Booth. R. Shapiro. R. Wilmer. Al. Nichols. A. Nichols. St-cond row: K. lVIcKcndry, P. W'hirlcy. D. Parkcr. M. Rf-ardon. E. lVIcCarty. Mr. Vvimmcr. 117 X I V SPQRY'-1 HIGHLKGHTS '-Q N lSUDl0-VISUAL BIDS- I First row: A. Berube. R Gross. C. Tassinari. Second row: C. Nason. CI. Dionne. R. Poulin. Miss Crossman. 8 . . . The organization which caters to the sports needs of Edward Little High School girls is the Girls' Athletic Association, Every year it olliers an extensive and varied program which gives girls an opportunity to acquire sportsmanship and teamwork through actual participation in games such as volleyball. basketball, Held hockey, horse-back riding, swimming. bowling, softball. ping-pong and tennis. Merri- bers are not limited in the number of activities in which they may participate, and they receive credits for each sport. At the annual banquet held in lVIay. members receive awards. Girls who have acquired sixty credits receive numerals: those who have one hundred and ten credits receive L." letters: and those who have been awarded one hundred and sixty credits receive a pendant. Each year the senior girl with the highest number of credits is awarded a stunning white blazer. Intramural competition, held at the completion of each activity, is keen since the class with the highest number of credits for the year has its numerals engraved on the G. A. A. plaque. ln addition the organization sponsors a dance in Novem- ber and the Miss Debbie 'l'een Contest. This yearas program is under the direction of Miss Virginia Grossman who is aided by President, Connie Tassinarig Vice-President, Rita Pouling Secretary, Regina Grossg Treasurer, Anita Berube. and a Board composed of girls from each class. F. B. 120 Cggootball St. Louis 14 Edward Little Thornton Academy 20 Edward Little Portland High School 33 Edward Little South Portland High School 20 Edward Little Lewiston High School 20 Edward Little Deering High School I4 Edward Little St. Doms 15 Edward Little Stephens High School 0 Edward Little Bangor High School 14 Edward Little Lewiston High School 6 Edward Little The football team was on the short side of the score in six games and t11 umphed in four. This year the team repeated its performance of last year by defeating a highly rated Bangor eleven which was again in contention for the State High School Championship. - I First row: R. Estes. J. Morin. R. Baril. P. O'Leary. D. Tripp. R. Gravel. J. Bernard. P. Wood- ard. D. MacLeod. K. Judson. N. Guerctte. R. Mitchell. G. Anthony. K. Oldham. D. Dutton. Second row: N. Whary. G. Kent. B. James, R. Bertrand. O. Tibbs-tts. J. Curran. R. Dyer. R. Dufresne. G. Boucher. Bennett. D. Towle. R. Barber, T. Timberlake. M, Cloutier, N. Para- dis, M. Goulet. Third row: Manager R. Tiffany, Manager D. Williams, R. Baril, D. Vcrrill. B. Akerley, B. Packard, L. Akerley, J. Hodgkins, L. Gould, A. Heckcr, Coach Grenda, Coach Belliveau, Coach Savignano. 121 First row: H. Sawyer. D. Towle. P. Hurley. R. Bennett. R. Taylor. D. Donovan. H. Prue. Seeond row: F. Liberty. C. Jordan. J. Taylor. Reardon, Goaeh Dwelley. P. Gatz, R. Brain- erd. O. Tibbets. B. Ray. Jim Skt' Jam 'lihe ski team. eoaehed by M1'. Dwelley, competed in nine meets this year. Among these were the Maine, New England, and Eastern United States champion- ship meets. The varsity members included Romeo Taylor. who was state Champion in jumping: 'lark Bennett, New England champion in jumping and the high scorer in the state meet: Patrick Hurley: Howard Sawyer, Donald Towle: Joseph Reardon: .Iohn Taylor: Dan Donovan: and managers Radelillie lX1itehell, Charles Jordan, -Ir., :uid Frederick Liberty 'l'he scores of the yearls IllCl'tS are as follows: ,Iau.l0 Edward Little 2953, Kent's Hill 247.6 lan. l6-I7 Edward Little 387.3, He- bron 302.3 jan. 24 Edward Little 386.42. Berlin 377.21 lan. 30-31 Edward Little Carnival --- Edward Little 38918, Gould 376.5l. Stephens 34608. Berlin 34397. Farmington 322.96 Feb. 5-6 Stephens High School Car- nival - - Gould 39l.34, Stephens 36906. Edward Little 360.l4, An- dover 339.06. Farmington 327.28 Feb. 13-I4 Gould Academy Meet - Gould 38l.62, Lebanon 370.641, Edward Little 360.530, Stephens Stephens 33849, Berlin 328.86 Feb. 20-21 State Meet-Gould 383.l0, Edward Little 38227, Stephens 35466, Farmington 337.52, An- dover 330.30 Feb. 27-28 New England Interseholas- ties at Berlin - Lebanon 387.10, Gould 36537, Edward Little 363.- 15 March 6-7 United States Eastern In- terseholasties at Lyndonville - Le- banon 38784, Edward Little 369.- 69, Lyndon 36513, Gould 36029, Hanover 355.40 T .H. cqutmg Tlit' Outing Club livld its first nu-vting on lJt'Ct'IIll3l'l' tliiixl in tlu- mont ul' llll l-llflllty aclx'ist'r. Mr. .Ioncs. About ninvty-livv pctrsons ztttvmlvtl. At tliis iiivcting Lcsliv Pulsilivi' was vlvctvcl Prvsiclvnt and Carolyn Drigotus. Vll'4x-PI't'5lll4'Ilt. liowrly Clliasv and Roinco Tayloi' wut' c'lt'ctc'cl Svc1'vtz1ry and 'lircttstiivi' 1'c'spm'c'tiwly. Also 11 l'OIIlIllltU'lx wus organizm-cl to Conclurt 11 lI11'lIll7i'I'SlllIJ canlpaign. The Annual XN'intm' fl2lIkIllY21l was livlcl klznniury 30-fil. llvczxtist' ol' lx-ttf-1' skiing conditions ut liridgton. tln- downhill :incl slalvni took plant tliciv. 'l'l1t- jumping :incl vmss Country wen' livlcl at Pvttvngill Park and tlu- Eclwaicl l.ittlm' tvuln. inspirvcl In Z1 clit-1-ring crowcl ol E. Ii. suppol'tc'1's. won tllt' I1lK'l't. Suturcluy vvvililig tliv Coron- ation was lit-lcl in tliv zuiclitoriuni. Rlvuiioi' Pollvy was c1'owi1r'cl qtivvn by I.:-slit' Pulsi- fvr. Alitm' tht- 0IlU'l't2llllIll4'lll ztncl skiing uwimls. tllt' hull was lit-lcl in tlnt lN'illllllvllllt ,, clvcoratvcl gyni. 'Ilia' tliciiir- of tlif' clunct- wus "Snowball . Un Flxl5I'l12iI'y IT. during tllm' iniclwintcti' xzlfzltioll. 1l1c'i11lw1's zincl l'i'it'ncls ol' tllc cluli wvnt to Plc.-zisznit Mountain in liritlgton lim' un all clay skiing party. A srlioo bus was lllI'l'll lim' tht- t'x'c'nt. At six o'c'l0r'k tlizlt niglit. tliirty tiivcl lmut lizippy skivrs i't'tui'nvcl lrcmi L1 plm'z1szn1tclz1ymi Plczisunt Mountain, ll. IP. First row: B. Clhzlsv. L. Pulsifcr. C. Drigotzis. Svvonfl row: P. Rob:-rts, CI. I4llIll.JHl'S. Higgins. D. P:11'kz'i'. 123 First row: P. Woodard. D, Nvlson. Capt. D. Dutton. R. Estes. Capt. P. Taylor. Svcond row: P. Simard. D. Robrrts. D. Labbc: WH Parkt-r. D. Dufrcsnc, I.. Akcrlcy. ggasketoafl H, I., Opponvnts -16 lY0sthrook 62 '10 Bowdoin 52 52 St. Doms 32 65 liatvs Frosh 67 6-1 llrunswick 57 511 South Portland 66 -11 Portland 61 -16 lmwiston 711 59 Morse- 513 37 Rumliord 1-1- -19 XX't'sthrook 61 131 South Portland -19 '13 Nlorsc' 54 -17 Brunswick 51 65 Lewiston 67 115 Rumliord 63 57 St. Doms -18 55 Devring 56 Dvspitt- thc poor svason in 1952-1953. Coach Richard Michclscn got a good start. in molding a balanced team as he will lose through graduation only David Dutton and Philip Taylor. High individual scorer for the year was Raymond Estes with 17+ points. Estvs was also a candidatc for thc State Foul Shooting laurvls as ho tinishvd svcond in thcf Twin City Shooting. D. P. 124- G Q84'lQClC!QI'S Who lvcl Eclwarcl liittlt- sports lam iii rutisiiig vliw-rs lm' tllvii' tvtmi this yt-uri' XYl1y. our pc-ppy 4-lm-i'lm1clt-1-s. ol Coursv. Iiwu lnvliorv sclioul start:-cl. tlit' girls. umlt-1' tlivii' lic-acl c'l1vc'1'lm1r,lf'1', Dot Slit-luskt-, wvit' IJl'L1C'llClI1g so tllzlt tlivy wmiltl lux' rvzxcly to Cl1Q'lxl'1ll flll' lirst locwtlmll Qlllllli l,ittlc' ugly Fwttiiiuii sm-rx't'tl its 21 II1llSL'Ol. llllllx c'l1t'vr'lcz1clt'i's ztttc-iiclvtl 4'X'l'I'y gunit- :mtl gum' tlivii' wl1olvl1t'z11'tn'tl stipport NVl1l'tlll'I' tln' tvtmi loHt oi' won. At tlit' vlost' ol' tliv liuotlxill fvzisaoii. tlivy wim11'1il'ys-cl to llostcm with tllt' tvzmi to wzitvli l1C0lll'gi' QLIIIIK' Illl'I'lx. lluriug scliool. p1'z1t'tic'm- svssions wvrt' lit-ld tit lvztst -irucc' ti wt-tilt. Stuclvnts, lm-tl by tlit' c'l1vt'1'lt'z1tlt'1's, uizidt- tliv xvry liulls ol E. l,. I'l'S0l1Il6l witli old and nt-w clic'm's ut gocxl-spcwtsliizmsllip ussvnilulivs gmzl rtillic-s. :XII outsttmcling rally following 21 torcliliglit pamtlf- was liclcl in limiit of tlic' zmnvx tlit- riiglit lwlioix- tlit' lirst 1,4-wistcm x's'i'sus Iiclwtircl Iiittlt- lootlmll gfziiuv. llurlnxiixi 'l'l1cmz:1psm1 was Clmsc-11 to siilnwtitiitv for liluim- Woucliiiuii during tlit- ltittvijs fllnvss. 'liyutits lm' uvxt YOIIIJS c'l1c-c-r'lvz1tlt-rs wait- livltl on Mziicli 21. 'lilllx nvw lic-nd c'l1t'f'1'lc'21clt'1' is Rita Pcmulilt. Nvw soplioiiioivs. Cliosvii by riviiicui' lr'z1clt'1's, 2lI'l' lluiiict' flltlllli. Milly Ellvn ffu1'11is'1'. liarluzira Buril, .In-an l.aCIomtc'. :Incl Suv Quiggg its .lunioi cll1lSS-lxIl'IIllJt'I' Slll5StllllU'. fl, Il. lust row: lx. Pottl-rt. l. Mj'Ylt'li. D. Sha-lmskv, lu. Wcvtmcliiizlii. B. lxt-4-in-, St't'Hllil row: N. 'lil'llNtll. CI. Mzlttlim-ws. B. 'l'limnpwii. R. Pilllllll. S. Mnunirl-. 125 First Row: D. Donovan. D. Berman. P. Estes. W. Towle. P. Delekto. Seeond Row: Mr. l'VlI1l1Tlf'f. Coach: F. Liberty. li. james. J. Taylor. R. Hurd. R. Estes. QOH The 1953 Edward Little golf team. under the ahle direction ol' Mr. Frank lVl1IlIT1PI'. has been formed. The schedule forthe 1953 season is as follows: April 28 Lewiston At Martindale Nluy 5 Deering At Nlartindale May' 8 llrunswiek At lirunswiek May 11 Bath At Martindale May 15 Augusta At Augusta May 19 Deering At Deering May' 22 llrunswick At hlartindalc' Klay 26 Bath At Bath May 29 Cony At Martindale june 2 Lewiston At Martindale The 1952 season ended with one win by default over Deering on May' 5. and with six losses, The 1952 team was inexperienced and had played very little on the golf Course. The same is true of the 1953 team. B. 1. 126 wimming eam EDXVARD LITTLE OPPOSITION 41 34 Deering 31 44 Brunswick 23 51 Bowdoin Vfs 13 61 Portland 33 41 Deering 33 42 Hebron 47 19 Waterville Edward Little tied for a third place in the Maine Interscholastie Champion- ship meet with nineteen points. Edward Little won a total of three points in the New England Interscholastic Championship meet. A new Edward Little High School record was set in the two hundred yard freestyle by Richard Olum, a junior. The team this year was the smallest swimming squad the school has ever had. There are only six seniors on the team. They are Capt. Ronald Getchell, Raymond Callahan, james Dutton, Richard Harris, Walter Rand, and Thomas Shaw. Al- though the squad was small, they put up a very good light against strong' opposition. W. R. First row: T. Shaw. A. St. Pierre, W. Rand, C. Shaekford. Second row: R. Olum, A. Beleckis, R. Callahan, J. Dutton. Third row: R. Gould. B. Towle, R. Harris. E. Krapovieky. D. Libby. Fourth row: Coach J. Beal, Manager D. Sjostrom, R. Ge-teh:-ll, L. Higgins, B. Cohen. 127 First Row: D. Donovan. B. Barber. M. Theriault. P. Taylor. M. Cloutier. J. Hartnett W. King. Second Row: Mr. Dwelley. R. Baril. O. Tibbets. W. Witas, G. Kent. A. Hecker. Curran. R. Harris. Manager. Third Row: R. Stephenson, W. Daly, L. Moulton. Mr. Cooper, B. Packard, J. DeCoster, M. Goulet. Jack Mr. Dwelley and his two assistants, Mr. Savignano and Mr. Cooper have high hopes for the squad this year. Seven letter men from last year - Mark Cloutier, Robert Wike, joseph Hartnett, Leland Akerley, Jack Bernard, Philip Taylor, and Otis Tibbetts H- and new talent from the sophomore class will make a driving team. The schedule is as follows: March 7 Bowdoin Interscholastic Meet April 25 Kents Hill Auburn May 2 Brunswick Qpossible second tearnj Brunswick May 9 Rumford and Lewiston Lewiston May 16 Bates Relays Bates College May 23 Andy Valley May 30 Qopen date when book went to pressj Iune 6 State Meet Waterville june 13 New England Meet The lineup for this year will probably be as follows: 100 yd. dash, P. VVoodardg 200 yd. dash, P. VVoodardg -140 yd. dash, R. Brainerd, V2 mile, P. Taylor, 1 mile, L. Akerleyg 180 yd. low hurdles, R. Wfikeg 120 yd. high hurdles, R. Wise, discus, M. Cloutier, pole vault, M. Cloutierg shot put, Bernard: broad jump, Hartnett, high jump, P. Wikeg javelin, D. Lachapelle. R. H. 128 ClSQLClll The Edward Little Pastimers are looking forward to a hard but successful sea- f, son under the direction of Coach Artie Belliveau. The season has not begun as the 95 "Oracle" goes to press, but the tentative schedule is as follows: df? 7..- April 20 Bates Frosh-Away 25 Bowdoin-Away f 28 Brunswick-Home -'X May 1 St. Doms-Home 5 Morse-Away 8 Rumford-Away 12 Lewiston-Away 15 Brunswick-Away 19 St. Doms!Away 22 Morse-Home-Night Game 23 Rumford-Home 28 Lewistonfl-lomefNight Game D. B. First Row: D. Labbe, R. Baril, K. Oldham, D. MacLeod, P. Woodward, R. Estes, R. Dyer. Second Row: Mr. Somerville, R. Childs, W. Wood, D. Nelson, T. Timberlake, G. Gammon, R. Gravel, Mr. Belliveau. Third Row: R. Dufresne, B. Gonya, B. Turner, D. Verrill, R. Hanlon, E. Ray, R. Bertrand, K. Grant, Manager. 129 an .. ' MS ,Nu ew-ninu at the ballet KNO, it's mine IIXO I RST NlGHT' ' i ' -,- ' Ilnuvlnslihl.. BS -. Air-Tred Shoe Allard Chevrolet Co. Allen, Peter Lumber Co. Anderson and Briggs Androscoggin Die Co. A. 8- P. Co. Arnold, E. Co. Atherton's Auburn Die Co., Inc. Auburn Free Press Auburn Lunch Auburn Maine School of Commerce Auburn Savings Bank Auburn Wood Heel Co. Avenue Market Bargain Outlet, lnc. Barnstone, Osgood Bearce 8- Carson, Inc. Bearce 8- Edwards Bee Line, Inc. Belgrade Shoe Co. Bell Shops Benner's Dress Shop Berman 8. Berman Berry Paper Co. Bliss Business College Bolduc, Pete Bill's Photo Shop Bissaillon's Music Shop Boston Shoe Store Bowlodrome, New Auburn Brownstein's Bussier's l. G. A. Callahan's Restaurant Cancellation Shoe Store Canteen Co. of Maine Chase, C. F. Chick-A-Deo Clark, R. W. Co. Cloutier, W. E. Co., Inc. Cobb-Watson Co. Corner Marke Creighton Co. Cressey 8- Allen Darling Auto Co. DeOrsey's Record Shop Desiardin's, Clara Harden Dillingham 8. Son Dodge Clothes Douglas Motor Transportation Co. cliff of .xdofuerfiaer-.4 Dulac 8. Son's DunIap's Dunlap Insurance Dupont's, P. Bakery, lnc. Excel, Inc. First National Tire Co. Flander's Fogg Leather Store Four Oaks Dairy Frances Store Frank's Clothing General Beverage, Inc. Glenwood Bakery Goodrich, B. F. Store Gordon's Delicatessen Grant, W. T. Co. Hood, H. P. 8- Sons Huntley's Amoco Station Janelle's Johnson's, Howard Joy lnn K. C. Stores Knapp Bros. Shoe Mfg. Corp. Koss Shoe Company Lamey Wellehan's L. A. S. P. A. Leagholm, The Teague 8- Stevens Co. Leblanc's Lewiston Hardware 8. Plumbing Supply Co Lewiston Maytag Co., lnc. Loren Murchison 8- Company Loring Studios McFadden's Market Macomber's Dairy, lnc. Mac's Variety Store Maine Shoes, Inc. Manufacturers' National Bank Marcotte Music 8- Furniture Co. Masters, Scott A., 0. D. Maynard's Boot Shop Mechanics' Savings Bank Morin Brick Company Murphy's Myer, Canter Nichols' Tea Room Nolin, Henry, Jeweler Nolin, R. D., Studios O'Brien, H. G., Die Co. Ouellette Beauty Shop Packard Drug Co. 132 , lnc Paradis, A. C. Co. Parker's Book Shop Peck's Pelletier, E. A. Penley, E. W. PeopIe's Savings Bank Pepsi-Cola Pinewood Press Plaza Grill Pontbriand's Portland Engraving Co. Poulin, Carroll Princess Shop Provencher's Beauty Salon Rich's Gulf Station Rivard Bros. Rook, Geo. M., Co. Rock Maple Wood Heel Co. Roma Gift House Rouleau, Jeweler Roux, Leathers Sam's Sears, Roebuck 8- Co. Sedgeley, N. 8. Sons Senter, Giroux, Cannift 8- Co. Sewall 8. Son, Inc. Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co., lnc. Snow's Inc. Star Millinery Tufts Brothers Twin City Fur Co. Union Square Travel Bureau Ward Bros. W C O U Weymouth Shoe Co. Wilners, The Woman's Shop, The Woodworth's Young, Bernard T., Inc. Youth Center, The E. A. PELLETIER wArcHMAKER 3. JEWELER Dial 2-3372 56 Broad Street Auburn, Me Watch, Clock 8. Jewelry Repairing 24 Hr. Service on Ronson lighters 8. Repairs "CordiaI Invitation to the Homemakers of Tomorrow" ROMA GIFT HOUSE Across from the Empire Theater Lewiston, Maine McFADDEN'S MARKET LAWRENCE DEXTER, Prop. NICHOLS TEA ROOM 162 Lisbon Street BEST FOOD BEST SERVICE GORDON'S RESTAURANT LEWISTON MAINE I 87 Main Street Lewiston 133 W Ml LEWISTON HARDWARE MECHANICS' SAVINGS and BANK 79 Main St. Auburn, Main We sold your GRANDFATHER and DAD IN MAINE ITS and always have plenty for YOU "FUEL THAT SATlSFlES" DUNl-AP'-5 BEARCE 8m EDWARDS FOR WSURANCE Coal - gil 31 Court Street Aubu 9 Minor Avenue Dial 3-0161 Phone 4-5408 BOSTON SHOE STORE 90 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine MYER CANTER FOOTWEAR 87 Lisbon Street Lewiston, M KNOWN Fon VALUES W. T. GRANT CO. ll3 Lisbon St. Lewiston AUBURN LUNCH AIR CONDITIONED Famous For Our HOME COOKING 60 Court Street Auburn, Ma RIVARD BROS. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY FRIENDLY PERSONAL SERVICE Quality san Iaee 196 Lisbon St. 268 L b St LEwnsToN Ph 2-3701 Ph 4 8651 o LEWISTON-AUBURN SHOLEWORKERS AUBURN PORTLAND PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION SEWALL 8m SON, INC. 136 BARNSTONE-OSGOOD CO. JEWELERS and slLvERsNurHs Since 1859 50 Lisbon Street Lewiston SENTER, GIROUX, CANNIFF 8m CO. 168-174 Lisbon Street A DEPENDABLE DRUG STORE PACKARD'S PHARMACY Prescriptions Given Careful Attention LEWISTON MAINE Court Street Auburn Phone 4-7711 PROVENCHEHS BEAUTY SALON H Visit We Feature a Fine Line of C O S M E T I C S 123 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine The - A - N7 Sometime 's nauunnrr 10060. "THAT'S ALL" FURS and LADIES' APPAREL 29 Ash Street Lewiston, Maine 137 Opens S E P T E M B E R 9 Practical Business Training STENOGRAPHIC - SECRETARIAL - JUNIOR ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTING and BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - NORMAL TRAINING EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL Also Courses in the Operation of CALCULATORS - DICTAPHONE - COMPTOMETERS Intensive Six-Week Summer Session June 22 to July 31 Our Normal Training Course is Approved by the School of Education of the University of Maine. Graduates are certified by the State Department of Education. Auburn Maine School of Commerce A Business College of Merit and Distinction 53 COURT STREET AUBURN, MAINE WRITE OR CALL FOR CATALOG Paul S. Seavey, Mgr. Agnes C. Seavey, Prin. 138 ATHERTDISJS AN DROSCOGGIN ,,,, W, ,,,,,,,,,,,, DIE co., INC. momma nnesu Lewiston AUBURN MAINE E. ARNOLD CO. ROCK MAPLE WOOD CLARENCE C. ARNOLD, Mgr. PLUMBING, HEATING and U ' SHEET METAL WORK Dial 2-3181 Dia' 2-6991 Spring Street Extension 73 Main Street Auburn, Maine Auburn Maine BROWNSTEIN'S PRINCESS SHOP 299-305 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me. DISTINCTIVE FEMININE Sixty Years of Service APPAREL CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS 53 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine THE WOMAN'S SHOP PLAZA GRILL Main Street LEWISTON MAINE CLASS OF 1953 Please accept our thanks and appreciation for the pleasure of your association during your years at E.L.H.5. And . . . HERE'S LUCK Elia-lg-lljntsnn EJ: AUBURN, - - MAINE NEW AUBURN BOWLODROME EVERYTHING ON RECORDS 5 Riverside Drive New Auburn ARTHUR d HARRY MICKALIDE P op 9 De0rseY s PETE BOLDUC Machinery and Furniture 23 Lisbon Street Lewiston MOVERS and SHIPPERS Members of United Van Line AUBURN DIAL 3-0561 WEYMOUTH SHOE CO. 140 MORIN BRICK CO. DANVILLE - MAINE Manufacturers of Colby - Water-Struck Brick - Howard Wholesale - LUMBER - Retail 123 Main Sf,-eef Lewiston Lewiston: 3-IOI 2 Portland: 3-5639 Telephone 4-8431 Poflland Omce IO5 PREBLE STREET Knapp Bros. Shoe Mfg. Corp. Barker Div. Hammond Street Spring Street and Lewiston Auburn HUNTLEY'S AMOCO ARCHIE ROULEAU, INC. STATION JEWELER - TEL. 4-5921 f""'e"Y "'eS"""S AUTHORIZED TELECHRON 26 F'f"""i" 5" Aubum 84 Court SL Auburn Me' Complete Lubrication Service Tel. 2-2686 141 Best Wishes SEARS, RCEBUCK ancI CO. 212 MGID Sfreei' Lewistgn, Maine PETER ALLEN TEAGUE 8m STEVENS CO-. LUMBER CO. 282 Poland Road Auburn 391 MAIN STREET Dial 4-4009 LUMBER and BUILDING LEWISTON MAINE MATERIALS 1865 1953 E. W. PENLEY MEAT PACKERS 37 Knight Street Auburn, Maine T 142 , ,,k,, BELGRADE SHOE CO. AUBURN MAINE DARLING AUTOMOBILE CO. For: Dial 4-6408 'I7 FRANKLIN STREET SADDLEMASTERS AUM Mm Other Teen-Age Shoes K. C. STORE LAMEY-WELLEHAN'S "LADIES' APPAREL" HO Lisbon Street Lewiston 10 Lisbon Street Lewiston 143 BEARCE 81 CARSON, INC. HENRY NOLIN GENERAL INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE J E W E L E R 74 Maine Street U Uffl A b Tel. 4-5861 83 Lisbon St. Lewl t M KOSS SHCE AUBURN MAINE AUBURN DIE CO., INC. 61 Washington Street Auburn, Maine 144 THE YOUTH CENTER Lewiston Maine CORNER MARKET Davis Ave. 8- Lake St. Auburn, Maine "Complete Line of Groceries, Vegetables and Choice Meats" FREE DELIVERY Phone 4-8402 STAR MILLINERY BILL'S PHOTO SHOP 3, CLQAK CO, MASTER PHOTO FINTSHERS 74 Mill Street 234 Lisbon St. Lewiston NEW AUBURN BARGAIN OUTLET INC Automotive Paint, Oil, Hardware Wheel Goods, Toys . . . . . . Fishing and Clothing 213-219 Lisbon Street Lewiston Maine ANDERSON 81 BRIGGS PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Auburn Maine CLARA HARNDEN DESJARDINS' STUDIO "Class of 1937" 86 Main Street Auburn, M Dial 4-538I MACOMBER'S DAIRY, INC "QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS" 145 FIRST NATIONAL TIRE C0. JACK MARTEL, PROP AUBURN MAINE ,wl 1, , , SENTER, GIROUX, CANNIFF 8m CO. 168-174 Lisbon Street LEWISTON MAINE Better Plumbing For Better Homes JOSEPH DULAC 81 SONS HEATING - HARDWARE PAINTS and OILS Dial 3-1141 347 Lisbon Street Congratulations TO THE CLASS OF 1 9 5 3 MAYNARD'S BOOT SHOP 180 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine BISAILLON MUSIC STORE 39 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine Dial 2-2901 RADIO and TELEVISION Full Line of Records and Sheet Music Teacher of String Instruments and Accordion THE LEAGHOLM Care for the Aged and Convalescent" 109 Davis Avenue Auburn Best Wishes from CANCELLATION SHOE STORE 36 Court Street Nationally Advertised Shoes Direct from Factory to You C. CREIGHTON AND SAVE MONEY Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes CUSHMAN BUILDING Auburn, Mqlne 209 Court Street Auburn, Maine I-I7 DODGE CLOTHES FACTORY TO YOU For Men and Young Men 240 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine AUBURN FREE PRESS Your AUBURN - LEWISTON CHEVROLET DEALER For 'I5 Years ALLARD CHEVROLET co. 386 Minot Aveune BERRY PAPER CO. Stationers of Central Maine KODAKS - FOUNTAIN PENS STATIONERY 49 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine SCOTT A. MASTERS, O. D. OPTOMETRIST AUBURN MAINE 129 Lisbon Si. Lewiston, Maine It's "CALLAHAN'S" 40 COURT STREET For a Sandwich or a Full-Course Dinner, and for a Real Treat, Have Our Hot Pastromi Sandwiches 148 WOODWORTH'S BICYCLE 81 HOBBY SHOP HAROLD coovsn, Prop. DILLINGHAM "At the Bridge" 26 Main Street and Lewiston, Maine SON FOUR OAKS DAIRY Two Memorial Chapels "CLASS OF 1935" AMBULANCE 153 Lake St. Auburn, Me. SERVICE Dial 2-4432 Courtesy - Quality - Service SAM'S Original ITALIAN SANDWICHES YOU'VE TRIED THE REST- NOW TRY THE BEST 268 Main Street Lewiston Dial 2-9145 Air-Bus-Steamship TICK ETS 8. RESERVATIONS UNION SQ. TRAVEL BUREAU AT THE GREYHOUND BUS DEPOT LUGGAGE Featuring CONILITE and CROWN Brands at the LOWEST PRICES in Town I67 Main St. Lewiston, Me. TWIN CITY TIRE CO. U. S. ROYAL TIRES Retreading - Vulcanizing I18 Main Street Auburn, Maine 149 The Pinewood Press A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE CANTON MAINE Printers of the "Oracle" PECKS - has served Edward Little students and their families since 1880. Central Maine's largest department store cor- dially invites you to make it YOUR store. You'll find our Hi Schooler's Shop on the Second Floor sparkling with color and the kind of wardrobes high school girls like-the new Boys' and Men's Shops on the Street Floor are alert to your needs. You Are Always Welcome 150 AIR-TRED SHCE CORP JEANNE OUELLETTE R. D. NOLIN BEAUTY SHOP PHOTOGRAPHER 158 Fifth Ave. Auburn, Me. 129 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Me. Dial 2-1057 B. F. GOODRICH STORE 25 Park Street Lewiston, Maine TIRES - TUBES BATTERIES Dial 2-9851 CANTEEN CO. OF MAINE 172 Lisbon Street Auburn, Tel. 4-5161 DOUGLAS MOTOR TRANS. 74 Washington Street AUBURN, MAINE BENNER'S DRESS SHOP 164 Lisbon Street LEWISTON MAINE BELL SHOPS Lewiston's Leading WOMEN'S SPECIALTY SHOP 80 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" ESTABLISHED 1874 K Store: Auburn Theatre Bldg. Greenhouses- 245 Center St. AUBURN 152 PARKER'S BooK sHoP JANELLES 76 Court Street Auburn, Maine SINCE 1905 R. B. PARKER, Proprietor Apparel for Ladies - Books Gifts SfUfl0ne"Y MU9U1lne5 Children - Infants Greeting Cards Books for Lending Library Boys and Girls 200 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Me HOWARD -OHNSON'S OPEN DAILY YEAR 'ROUND Landmark for Hungry Americans FULL COURSE MEALS - LIGHT LUNCHES Serving our Famous Ice Cream - 28 Flavors Portland Road Auburn, Maine Tel. 4-7671 Tel. 4-4351 JOY INN THE FRANCES STORE AMERICAN and CHINESE RESTAURANT Special Daily Dinners All Kinds of Chop Suey to Take Out 20 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine WOMEN'S APPAREL 38 Lisbon Street Lewiston PONTBRlAND'S ARTHUR PONTBRIAND, Prop. HARDWARE - PAINT - GAS - OIL Electrical Supplies BUSSIERE'S I. G. A. MARKET GROCERIES - MEATS - PROVISIONS Dial 4-8471 70 Broad St. Auburn, Maine 153 T0 A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE EXCEL, INC. RlcH's GULF STATIONS GERALD M. RICH, Prop. "On Auburn's Busiest Corner' Dial 2-9361 Dial 4-5602 Court 8- No. Main Sts. Auburn A UB URN SA VIN GS BANK AUBURN, MAINE Home of SCHOOL SAVINGS Many of our valued customers are E. L. H. S. graduates who first became depositors with this Bank thru its School Savings. l 154 FLANDERS connect CLOTHES Fon MEN Auburn Maine GLENWOOLD BAKERY Lewiston Maytag Co., Inc. I0 Pork Street . . MAYTAG and FRIGIDAIRE Lewiston Maine BIRTHDAY and PARTY CAKES Appliances Sales and Service OUR SPECIALTY I57 Lisbon St. Tel. 4-4528 MAINE SHOES, INC. Auburn Moine i ,ff V v o A I5 2 f X I 4 ff f f ff f ' """ ' ff leader Iiqsfe 1 Ziafve! .lbwiee 23 Lisbon Lewiston, Maine 155 Compliments of "THE WlLNERS" Classes of 1939-1940-1943-1945 1946-1948-1949-1955 156 Maurice .I. Fineson BOX 277 BANGOR, MAINE Telephone 5745 MEDALS and TROPHIES CLASS RINGS CLASS PINS and AWARDS Official Jeweler to EDWARD LITTLE HIGH SCHOOL Since 'I939 REPRESENTING Loren Murchison 8m Co. 1757 BLISS BUSINESS COLLEGE 'I60 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL COURSES COMMERCIAL TEACHER-TRAINING Fall Term September 9, 1953 MARCOTTE MUSIC 81 FURNITURE CO., INC. P. DuPont's Bakery, Inc. "SONNY BOY BREAD" 242-252 Lisbon Street Lewiston Maine 49 Second Street Auburn, Maine R. DION Pres- 81 Gen. Mgr. W C O U W C O U - F M LEWISTON'S PIONEER STATIONS MANUFACTURERS NATIONAL BANK LEWISTON MAINE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 158 SEI CARROLL'S MUSIC CENTER EVERYTHING IN MUSIC AND INSTRUMENTS Band Instrument Repairing ICE CREAM A SPGCICIIY 55 Oxford Street Phone Dial 2-9222 Lewiston 68 Noble Street Lewiston, Maine MILK ASK ABOUT OUR CONVENIENT RENTAL PLAN MIn0I Avenue Remember You Save at CarroII's Auburn H. P. HOOD 81 SONS l l CENTRAL MAINE POWER COMPANY REDDY OWATT 0 159 ,-I C. F. CHASE CO. HUDSON CARS INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 325 Center Street Auburn I BANK A. C. PARADIS CO. LEWISTON MAINE HOTPOINT - BENDIX - THOR Appliances 8- Service SYLVANIA Radios 8. Television 272-274 Lisbon St. Lewiston Dial 2-8482 BEE LINE, INC. Frame, Axle and Wheel Straightening Wheel Balancing and Aligning - Welding 541 Washington Street Auburn, Maine H. G. O'BRIEN DIE CO. LEWISTON MAINE 160 , ,,,1 i Shapiro Bros. Shoe Co., Inc. AUBURN MAINE 161 3,? -1 R. W. CLARK CO. TUFTS BROTHERS DRUGS - CHEMICALS PRINTING SPECIALISTS BIOLOGICALS Dial 3-0031 Dio' 4'754l Main St. at Bates, Lewiston, Maine 193 Middle St. Lewiston, Maine Steinway Chickering Wurlitzer Gulbransen Hammond Organ A STORE IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY IT KEEPS RCA Victor Fisher Magnavox General Electric Olds Conn Pan American Leedy 8s Ludwig Special Orders Taken for Accessories 8- Sheet Music CRESSEY 81 ALLEN l57 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine BERNARD T. 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A look that can be yours . . . at a price you can afford . . . when you invest In GIIMEIICY PARK CLOTHES. FRANK'S CLOTHING 205 Main Street LEWISTON, MAINE W. E. CLOUTIER CO., INC. 264 Lisbon Street Lewiston, Maine Tel. 4-5797 Tel. 4-5798 "A FUEL FOR EVERY NEED" Oil Burners Anthracite Stokers SNOW'S INC. IO6 Turner St. Auburn, Maine BERMAN 8m BERMAN ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 139 Lisbon St. Lewiston, Maine A. 81 P. SUPERMARKET Canal and Pine Streets LEWISTON MAINE 164 AUBURN WOCD HEEL CO. AUBURN MAINE THE PORILANQEENGRAVING Co. SCHOOLS 025.5 COLLEGES FORE STREET PORTLAND 3. MAINE Chnl Copper and Z7nc Engravings A' 165 iatagzapda 4 A 46 Qpzyz ,gg W, 5552, ". 1 -V .gr 4: --.L-f , .W - Q - -f .v , it 1,34-jfs?-12 wg-gi iz-5,5--W - - 3?,.g:3m:,. H- , 'v --5, - ,, Iv- 31" V g3 fgi'Qi3g, - X ' 4 4 , ., . 1 . Q . ., -, --.-. U 495- e.,1f ' - .,g-12 I . ' I-fr, 1:-r-' , U? , -. 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