Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)

 - Class of 1955

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But what a world of meaning they con- Q, Q- tain These four words symbolize the growing-up period 5 Q00 in the lives of young men and women around the world. Vs QQ ey are magic wor s persom ying e spirit o you . ey FF Th d 'fwh "f th Th contain sorrow yoy, hard work, play, failure and success - all the occurrences of a high school career. Within these words are found the lnes of students exerywhere. While passing through the years these words portray, one advances from childhood to young manhood. He learns to overcome prejudices and petty griexances He tries to place all people on an equal with himself. NVQ in Ellsworth High School feel there is no school quite like our own. sports drarratics or other activities are comparable to these at our school. ln our four years we hawe taken the had with the good, but when the total is summed, Ea'h'ofial Ifditors-in-Chief: Constance Hurley, Alan Iohnson ,fl dzfertisingi Richard Willey, Betty Iohnston, Katherine Pratt, lane Carney, Terry Spurling, Gerald Kane, Royce Spurling Social News: Sybil Gordon, Barbara Haynes fllumnif' Mary Bernardini, Nancy Bond, Elizabeth Tilden, Pamela Hilton Exchanges: Betty Farnsworth, Sandra Crowe Girls' Sports: Sally Bunker, Carolyn Dunbar Boys' Sports: Ioseph Iordan, Charles Butts Q 'I . 'N ' ' I ll SENIOR EDITORS ,P G. Stevenson, B. Farnsworth, I. Iordan, tg 43 S. Gordon, V. Guite, M. Bernardini, 6,52 X Q' da S. Bunker. 090 Lk 6 'Z W0l'd "" Oo f 'Tv 40 and our high school lives are hut a thing of the past ff, Cf we have vivid memories to he long-kept in the hearts of all 1 f As we pursue our senior year, the everyday happenings 4' 6 of the past become more meaningful for us. Every day con lp-Q0 tains a valuable lesson. Our proximity to graduation and de parture dravvs us nearer to one another. VVe strive to gain the most from our opportunities and to set the mold for a happy and successful future. In the following pages, we of the Iester Poird have cndeaxored to capture the happenings of one school year and its IHIDW sided hte Betueen these covers are the memories of our students ind their school days This is the actual story of the events taking place en. d vvit th vvil s lillsworth High School which lay the groundwork tor the history ol ottr proud Alma Mater. CONSTXNCE HURLEY fdlf0fI71ClHtf Basra' SENIOR SPECIALTIES lakes" . . I Boynton I Carney George Stevenson, Diane Carlisle Ar!! Vicki Guite Clays News: Syhil Gordon, Iean Ioy, Nancy Davis, Patty Paganucci Senior Specia1tz'f5.' lane Smith, Beverly Partridge, Sybil Gor- don, Lee Lasalle, Ioanne Boynton, Iane Carney Ty'piftf.' funder the direction of Mrs. Libbyj Eileen Maher, Francene Beal, Ioan Iordan, Virginia Davis, Ioanne Boynton, Laureen Patten, Bethamie XVhitehead, Betty Iohn- ston C01'ff Dffllgfl . Ioanne Boynton Faculty Advisor .,.... ,, . Olive E. Fortier Our flvculfy Principal Thurlow Pitts greets Superintendent of Schools Henry G. Perkins I Good leaders are of the utmost importance in any organization. Students and teach- ers of Ellsworth High School are proud of these two men who are friendly and able advisors to us in all our undertakings. Miss Russell and Miss Plaisted have taught us that history is now and tomorrow as well as yesterday and that our part in it is important. Miss Russell sponsors the cheer- leaders while Miss Plaisted, besides being instructor of physical education for the girls, is coach of all their athletic activities. Mrs. Moore, who is the home economics teacher, has a large and active group of F.H.A. members deeply interested in learning the necessities of homemaking. Mr. Sprague and his industrial arts boys give willing and capable assistance in many school activities. Mr. Sprague is coach of cross country. Shades of Euclid! Shall we ever master the unknows, the theorems, the co-sines? Mr. Whitmore is sponsor of the Assembly Club and coaches I. V. basketball. Mr. Allen is instructor of driver training. Social Science Mathematics Ada Moore, Home Economics Marjorie Plaisted Iohn Whitmore fl-Ieadj Fred Sprague, Industrial Arts Sarah Russell fHeadj Charles Allen E..-4 lil C0l71777t'!'L1.tI! Dl'plI!'fI71L'71l Englzsh Dcptutnzcnl Mzmf Minnie Libby flleadj Rnhard Xrsenault, Iames Snnth fllenlj Nlorton Cfoltl Charlene Iohnson Iohn Pots er Speed, nmtness ttturttx these tre the inns toss ml xshi h Xlrs Iibbx ind rs johnson oainstilsinglx nrne their students Mrs. Llbbx intl her 1,1rls tluote hours 111 twpnig xmrbools 111 rterttl intl 111 1111 ing stencils and tops lor cnntless tlernntls Xlrs o inson IS the sthc ol boolslseeper WD 1 .nlxisor for tht K c n1111ert11 fllll' ling t wrrtnnnt 11s the Plfllklllll' rtsponst 51 IIX ol lkltlllllg us to exbr onrselxes cletrlx In torru r 1111t ton ies in IL s we lslll f intl lDll1l2,CS e library. Nlr. Poxxtr 1 ntttu me Stlllfll' 11 IN Nlr Xrsen int sponsors the Lltlllllllg grou is and the school imptr VV1: legrrn exprtssmn 111 1 rent ll 111tr Il lr -r lllllll. s ol IHLISIC ' lllltl lllll lllflIl0llN 18 IS lllll b lirom Mr lx slr nts toort 111111011 1 cooperation 111 pllXSl 1 tr1n1111 f intl spo Hrs. liortnr 1 intl htr s1sttr xx ho r resent the gn s o r s hool mtl ol 3, I l'il'CIlL'll Club intl ll ss r 1 ll tt1 L 1 g 1 mr The nge o stn INilfXClOLlS thstoxerles ol the ptst intl tl e promises ol tm tntnrt X r l me IS s11l+111.1s er and director ol nh ttits e .ire smonsors tl1e N.irs1t1 L lub III tolthes toot ml and baseball l'l1yfra1l ILVLIHLIIIIUII Charles Katsit1'iic.1s X. J, -fvvh 0 5a.5 4 WN ws, KK .qw ,. .,, tt Afaywz , 1 ' ' W W, 'X 64 A1 Jbmmencemenf Week Program StA'xnAw, IIQNE 12, 8:00 PAM. A A A A A A A AA AA A A A Baccalaureate Wenxnsumr, IUNE 15. 8:00 PAM. 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MARIA TERESA BERNARDINI l " Mari ' " But thy eternal summer shall not fadef' Softball Mgr. 253,45 Clee Club 1,2,3,45 Assembly Club 2,354 CVice Pres. 425 French Club 3,4 fTreaS. 3,415 Cheerleader lj. V. 1, Varsity 253,45 Co-Capt. 415 One- Act Play 25 Yearbook 8,45 Bowling 2,45 Class Marshal 3,45 Class Motto Committee 45 Play Personnel 45 Usher 1,25 High Honors 45 National Honor Society 4. ROBEIIT AUSTIN " Bob 'i "A few strong instincts and a few plain rulesf' Intramurals 15 Glee Club 3,4. RICHARD AUSTIN BLACK " Dick i' " Silence is more eloquent than words." Basketball 15 Glee Club 3,4. LEROY E. BAILEY " Lee " " Many a smale maketh a grate." Waldoboro H. S. lg Farmington H. S. 2,35 Graduation Ball Committee 45 Class Prophecy. DAVID GEORGE BOFINGER " Butch U "Eloquence is to the sublime what the whole is to the partf, Stage Personnel 2,3. ws.. 4 Nil' I I ENIILIE RIACY BOFINGER " Emmy yy "A .smile that gl01lJ,fI Celestial rosy red, loue's proper huef, Glee Club I5 French Club 25 Librarian 2,3. Dfxvm C LARKE " Such sweet compulsion doth in music lief, Senior Play 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Glee Club Pianist I,2,3,45 Basketball 1, V. 25 Assembly Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Softball 25 Cross Country 1,25 Graduation Ball Committee 4. JOANNE T. BOYNTON "Jon " A little one shall become a thousand and a .small one a strong nationf, Basketball 2,3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,35 Stage Personnel 2,35 Softball I,2,3,45 Student Council 3,45 Senior Play 45 Commercial Club 3,4 fVice Pres. 4lg Assembly Club 3,45 Bowling 2,45 One-Act Play 35 Graduation Committee 45 Yearbook 4 tTypist 415 Awards: Typing, Shorthand and Bookkeeping 3,45 Bank Teller 45 Class Prophecyg Honors. JANIES F. CLOSSON K' Jimmie il " The milflest manners with the bravest mindf, J. V. Basketball 2,3 CCaptJ5 Football 45 Varsity Club 3,45 Intramurals 1. SALLY ELIZABETH BUNKER " Bunk " " To impathed waters, to unclreamed shoresf, Senior Play 45 Basketball I,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,3,45 Year- book 3,45 Assembly Club 3,45 Student Council 45 Grad- uation Committee 45 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 lTreas. 4l5 Intramurals I,2,3,45 junior Speaking Finals 35 Stage Personnel 1,2,3, One-Act Play 35 Bank Teller 2,35 Graduation Ball Committee. ll GERALD LEVVIS CRARTREE K' jerry 'l " Ile set his eyes on the goal, not the prize? Cross Country 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Debate 15 Science Club 1,25 Assembly Club 3,45 French Club 3,45 Class Officer I5 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Dirigo Boys' State 35 Graduation Committee 4. JANE CAROL CARNEY " jeff l' " Breuity is the soul of witf, Glee Club 15 Yearbook 3,45 Stage Personnel 2,35 French Club 3,45 Basketball l,2,3,4 lCo-Capt. 3l5 Softball I,2,3, 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GEORGE S. CRAXVFORD 'K Smooth runs the :eater where the brook is deep." 1. V. Basketball 21 Bank Teller 25 Glee Club 35 Varsity Club 45 Football 35 Bucksport High School 1. Al' li CHARLES J. CROCKETT " Charlie D "High thoughts seatecl in a heart of eourtesyf' Cross Country 253,45 junior Speaking Finals 35 Bacca- laureate Committee 45 Commercial Club5 Dirigo Boys' State 35 Awards: Typing, Shorthand, and Bo0kkeeping5 High Honors 45 National Honor Society 4. CAROLYN E. EDGECOBIB "Contentment opes the source of every i0y-U Commercial Club 3,45 Clce Club 1,2535 Ofllce Typist 3,45 F. H. A. 15 Softball 2. FLOYD E. DAv1s " Silence is one of the virtues of the wisef' NIURIEL LILLIAN ENIERY H Mertv "A cheerful life is what the Muses lovef' Clee Club 1,25 F. H, A. 3,4 lSec'y 4, Degree Officer 3, Homemaker Degree 425 French Club 35 Graduation Committee 45 Clean-up Committee 4. V1RG1N1A NIARY DAVIS 'ilinnyv " Virtue is incleerl its own reu:arrl.v Librarian 45 Cleo Club l,2,3,45 Jester Typist 45 F. H. A. l.2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Assembly Club 3,45 Bac- calaureate Committee 45 Commencement Ball Commit- tee 45 Awards: Bookkeeping, Typing, and Shorthand5 Honors 45 National Honor Society 4, BETTY FARNSXVORTH " Life is witty, life is gay, life is like a holiflayf' Basketball 2,3,4 lCo-Captain 315 Intramurals 12,3545 Softball 2,3,45 Clee Club 1,2,3,45 Librarian 35 Stage Personnel 2,35 Garnet and Cray 35 French Club 3,45 Yearbook 4. EDXVARD E. DORR H Ted U " Humor has justly been regarded as the perfection of genius? Intramurals 3,45 Cross Country 25 Debate 15 Iunior Speaking Finals 35 One-Act Play 2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Science Club 15 Track 2. RACHEL FROST " Ray l K' If what must be given is given willingly, the kindness is ll0lllJlCfl.,, Band 3,-1, F. H. A. 4, French Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,3, Clee Club 1. J blARION GILES GA nierry heart doeth good like medi eine. Nlaiorettes 1.2.3. 17. H. A. 1: Basketball 2.3: Glee Club 53.44 Stage Personnel 4. ARTIIUR S. IIOLT "Guppy "joking decides great thingsf, Science Club 1, SYIIIL ELAINE GoRDoN " Kitten H " lVhateeer she did was done with so much easef, Hand 12.344 fPrc-s. 414 Bank Teller 14 One-Act Play 34 Class Set-'y 3.43 Tbree-Act Play 44 Glee Club 44 Class Nlotto Coininittee 44 Asseniblv Club 3,44 French Club 41 Yearbook 3,44 V. Cheerleaders 44 Honors 4. ClllAltI.l'INE Ac:NEs .IoIINsoN 'i Chai " llappiness seems made to he sharedf Librarian 34 Glee Club 4, Coininereial Club 3,44 Con lIlL'IlCt'IIN'Ill Prograin Connnitteeg Awards: '1'vping.SlIort lltlllll and Boolilieeping 3,4, LESTER IIARRIS K' Buddy " Nothing endures but personal quzditiesf, Track 24 Intramurals 2,4. IADL I. JOHNSON Doodle S111 nee is strong and patient znduianu is God-iikef, Honors 4. r PABIELA XVINTIIROP IIILTON Propeller 1 " And now ahideth faith, hope, charity- but the greatest of these is charity? Glee Club 1,2,3,4Q F. H. A. 1.2,3,4 CViCe-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. State Second Vice-Pres. 3, Representative Dnrliain N.H., junior Hoineinaker Degree 314 Librarian 3,4 junior Speaking Finals 34 Seienee Club 34 UslIer 3,44 Stage Personnel 44 Office Aide 14 D. A. R. Representa- tive 44 Yearbook 44 Girls' State 3g Class Night Com- IIIittee 4g Bank Teller 24 Honors 44 National Honor Society 4. 1 y BETTY LOU JOHNSTON " Betty " On with the dance! let joy he uncon fined! " Basketball 24 Xlajorettes 1,34 Glee Club 1,2434 Science Club 2g OIII'-At-t Play 34 Yearbook 3,4 Vlypist 43 Office Aide 34 Assembly Club 3,44 Awards: Typi g Sbortbancl. Bookkeeping 3.4: Connnereial Club t"l'reas. 42: Graduation Connnittee 44 Bowling 41 Hon s -lg National Honor Society 44 Senior Oiie-AL-t Play Coin mittee 4. 4 BTYRON JONES " Jones S " Eloquence is the painting of the thoughtsf' Debate Club l,2,3,4, Science Club 1,25 Bank Teller 1,25 Clee Club 45 Assembly Club 3,45 Language Club 3,45 Baccalaureate Committee 45 Honors 45 Class NVill. ROBERT DALE JORDAN " But there's nothing half so sweet in life as looe's young dreamf' Band 45 Awards: Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand 3,4. ANITA JORDAN " The hand that follows intellect can aehievef' Librarian 45 Clee Club 1,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Office Aide 45 Awards: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping 3,45 Graduation Ball Committee 45 High Honors 4. ROY E. JORDAN "A good disposition I far prefer to gold." J. V. Basketball 2. JOAN JORDAN " See golden days, fruitful of golden deeds, with joy and looe triumphingf, Commercial Club 3,4 QSec,y 415 F. H. A. 1,2,3,4 fSeC'y 395 Oflice Aide 3,45 Jester Typist 45 Awards: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping 3,45 Honors 4. DAVID A. JOY " Poncho U " The man that loves and laughs must sure do well." Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Language Club 3,45 Stage Personnel 3,45 Clec Club 3. NELLIE LOUISE JORDAN " Louisa U " The reward of one duty is the power to fulfill anotherf, Clee Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Science Club 25 Awards: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping 3,4. GERALD CURTIS K.-KNE K Jerry 'l " lVe live in deeds, not yearsf' Basketball 2,35 Football 1,2,3,4 fCapt. 455 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Assembly Club 3,4 QPres. 475 Varsity Club 2,3, 4 fPres. 455 Class President 45 French Club 45 Science Club 15 Bank Teller 3: Outstanding Student 4. 5' LEONE C. LASSELL " Lee 3, " We 1lee111 those happy who, from the ex- 11e1'i1'111'e of lite, have le11r11e11 to hear its ills, without heing 0l3C'l'C0l7ll' hy theinf, Cllee Club 3,45 Braclford H. 1,2g Connnereial Club 45 Intrainurals 3,41 Yearbook 4g Librarian 3,-ig Softball 53.45 Basketball 35 F. H. A. 3,4g Garnet and Cray 3,4g Howling 4. GEIXAIID A. Lonn ' H jerry' dlVl1!lfC',C'I' he did w11s 1101111 with so 111111'h ease. Ill hi111 alone ,twas 11at111'11l to IIICIISU., lntrainurals 2g Junior SI7l'tll'ilIlQ Finals 3, Basketball j. V. 2g Honors 4. HEI1BEn'I' LEAVITT 'K Herbie U NI prefer silent lH'IlIl1'7lC0 t11 loquacious follyf, Bancl 2,3. EILEEN FAYE MAHEII 'K Her face hetoke11e1I all things 1l1'111' 111111 goodf, Glee Club lg Bank Teller 2, Librarian 2, Olliee Ai1le 45 Jester Typist 4, Connnereial Club 3,45 Awards: Typing. Shorthand, Bookkeeping 3,45 Honors 4. LESLIE LINSCOTT i' Les " C' Strange to the world, he wore ll h11shf11l look, the fields his st111l11, llllfllfl' lljllS his bookf, Clee Club 2,3,4g Football 1. DIANE MOON " And grace that w1111 who saw to wish her stayf, Clee Club 3,44 F. H. A. l,2,3,4g Basketball 2,44 Soft- ball 2,3,4g Majorettes f2,f3, Intramurals 3,4g Stage Person- nel 3,45 Usher 4. ' DUANE BURTON LOOK 'A Lookie A' " To climb steep hills 1'Cllllll'l3S slow pace at first? Addison High School 1,24 Debating 4. AIARILYN AlURIEL LIURCH " Lynn U " This lass so neat, with smile so sweet, has won our right good willf' Band 2,3,4g Librarian 3,4g French Club 4g Honors 4. a 51 3 'f X ,..,.X li 5 A 5 .IEAN MAE Nessuru " Those graceful acts, those lhousand fle- cencies that daily flow from all her words and actionsfi Nlajorettes 15 Band 3,45 Basketball 2.35 Cheerleader 45 Commercial Club 3,45 Assembly Club 3,45 Office Aide 45 Intramurals 23,45 Bank Teller 2,45 Graduation Com- mittee 45 Senior Play 45 Awards: Typing. Shorthand and Bookkeeping 3,45 Class Historian. BIARY REYNOLDS " Iler ways are ways of pIea.s'antm'ss and all her paths are peaeef' BEVEHLY ANN PARTRIDGE " Bev H " How near to good is what is fairrfi Intramurals 3,45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Cleo Club 1,35 Librarian 35 Softball Mgr. 2.3.41 News Club 35 Stage Personnel 2,3,45 Student Council 2,3.4 tSec'y 425 Year- book 45 Assembly Club 2,3,45 Bank Teller 25 Com- mercial Club 35 Awards: Typing and Shorthand 3. IANE Bl.-Xl-IIE SBIITII 6' .Ianie N " Her foiee was erer sofl. gentle and lout an excellent thing in zconiavzf' Glee Club l,2,3,45 One-Act Play 2, 'l'lnre'm--.M-t Play 45 Softball 25 Yearbook 45 Garnet and Gray 3,45 Librarian 45 French Club 3,4 tseciy 4lg Bowling 45 Graduation Prompter 2. High Honors 4. LAUREEN EL.1ZA1s1g'ru PATTEN " Dibbi N " Thy lll0fICSl'lj,S a Candle to thy meritf' Glee Club 1,25 Commercial Club 45 Librarian 45 Jester Typist 45 Ofliee Aide 45 Awards: Typing, Shorthand and Bookkeeping. -Isxuzs F. S'1'1-31.21.112 " linunie N "His hear! is frm' as Sfl'l'1.u Clee Club 3. K.'Yl'llLIlilNli ELDEN.-X Pu,xTT " Kay' M6711 the stage she was natural, simple. llHl't'fiI1,Q.w tilt-e Club l.i3.-11 French Club 3.4: Une-Act Play 25 Band 1,21 Yearbook 3.45 Senior Play 45 Bowling'2,4g Graduation Counnittee 45 junior Speaking Finals 3 1 Spear-contest winner lg Garnet and Grav 3,45 Librarian 53,41 Class Gifts. Y Guouca-3 F. S'rr:y1Qxsox 'i Smilie H " A -frienrl is, as if were, a second selffi liand 1.2.31 Basketball 1. Y. 2, Varsity 35 Track Mana- ger 2.4: Une-Act Play 35 Three-Act Play 45 Science Club 1.2: Yearbook 3,45 Assembly Club 3,45 Class Treasurer 53.41 Graduation Committee 45 Harvard Book Prize 53: Yarsity Club 12.3.45 Football l,2,3,4 tCapt 43: Class Historian: Honors: National Honor Society 4. .4 its fix 'F-I ALLEN JANIES STHOUT " Al H " A youth to whorn so much was given, so much of earth, so much of heauenf, Basketball lg Clee Club 3,4. IDAVID XVEAVER " Dave ' "Mirth, admit one of thy crew, to lice with theef, Clee ClIIb 45 Band 1,2,3,4, Stage Personnel, Varsity Clllll 2,3,4, lfootball l,2,3,45 Baseball Mgr. 35 Basket- ball Mgr. RONALD D. TAYLOR " Ronnie" "Character is higher than intellectf' Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1, V. 2, Varsity 3,4 CCapt. 4J5 Class Treas. l,2: Class Pres. 3, Student Council Pres. 45 Assembly Club 3,45 Track 25 Stage Personnel 1,35 Cleo Club 3, Cross Country 35 Baseball 1,3,45 Class Cifts 4. KIARTHA ALICE VVHITE "Ile saw her charming, but he saw not half the charms her downcast modesty con- cealidfi Band 2, Clec Club lg Office Aide 3,45 Commercial Club 3,44 F. H. A. 1,25 Librarian 35 Bank Teller 35 Awards: Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping 3,45 Honors 4. CLIFFORD E. TOIKREY " Mevin N " Ile is one that will not plead that Cause wherein his tongue must be confuted by his eonscieneef' BETHALIIE VVIIITEHEAD H Beth " Good, the more coinniunicated, the more abundant growsf, Nlontrose H. S., Penn. 1,25 Band 3,45 Glee Club 3,-4, Commercial Club 3,45 Awards: Typing, Shorthand. Bookkeeping 3,45 Jester Typist 4. DALE EDXVARD XVATTS " The reason firm, the temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength and skillf, KENT XVILLEY " Ne'er to speak a word that is bad, and to oblige everyone that I can." Brewer High 1.25 Football 3,45 Play Personnelg Band 3,45 Assembly Club 3,45 Varsity Club CTreas. 3,4l, Class Vice Pres. 3,45 Garnet and Gray 3,45 Clee Club 3,4g Dance Band 45 Graduation Ball Committee, Track s 'i' 2:7 at RICHARD C. WILLEY K' Dick S " Success is as inecitable as destiny, for it is destiny? Band 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1 lCapt.J, Varsity 2,3,4 CCapt. 415 Cross Country 1,2,35 Natll Honor Society 3,-15 Class Yiee Pres. 25 Yicc Pres. Student Council 35 Assembly Club 2,3,45 Bank Teller 1,2,3,45 Glue Club 45 Dirigo Boys' State 35 Yearbook 3,45 Craduation Ball Committee 45 Class Night Com- mittee 45 Honors. TRAVERSE WVOOSTER U Eric U "Zealous yet modest." French Club 2,35 Clee Club 35 Honors. NORNIAN CARL VVILLIAIXIS 'WVillie" " Wit is the salt of conuersationf, Senior Play 45 Debate 1,2,3,45 junior Speaking Finals 35 News Club5 One-Act Play 25 Student Council 152,35 Commercial Club 2,35 Garnet and Cray 2,35 Awards: Typing, Shorthand and Bookkeeping5 Honors5 National Honor Society 4. BEVERLY ANN YORK " Bev U " The eternal feminine cloth clraw us up- wardf, Clee Club 1,2,3,-45 F. H. A. l,2,45 Librarian 3,45 Com- mercial Club 35 Awards: Typing, Shorthand and Book- keeping 35 Honors 4. DAVID C. XVILSON " Dave S "Is in the very May-morn of his youth, Ripe for exploits and mighty enterp1'ises.v Football 1,2,3,45 Senior Play Personnel 45 Cleo Club 3,45 Bank Teller 152,35 lntramuralsg Baseball 153,45 Varsity Club. BERNARD RANSON YOUNG " Bernie U "Nothing is impossible to industryf, Baseball 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. NIARILYN JOAN XVONCIIOBA " Freckles " "God is with those who perseeeref, Office Aide 45 Basketball 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Debate 3,45 junior Speaking Finals 35 Librarian 2.3,-4 CHead 14? aa' 3.415 Nat'l Honor Society 3,45 News Club' 25 One-Act Play 25 Senior Play 45 Carnet and Cray 3,45 Com- mercial Club 3, 45 Baccalaureate Committee 45 Awards: Typing, Shorthand and Bookkeeping 3,45 High Honors 4. HAROLD XOUNG To be trusted is a greatei compliment than to be loved. Stage Personnel 1,2,3,4. We were happy to have JOAN HILDA HANSON join us in April. 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Josephs' Uafffoka Ubumb Hlcworlfr I ana' Recfoly 050,95 6'ong1ega!1bnal ,- 1 45-A333 g Q4 - 'vb Detour The Hrgh and the Vzghty Smo e Get rn Your Pu Luc y Ioe Pa Pa Pa Somebody Goofed What a Dream Secret Love Heaven Was Nez er L1 f Thzs IIIE GYM SLNIORS KONI EREXCE ROONI IOP IORDAN NIR LEPAGE DETENTIONI ANOTHER TRIP 'IO IOSTON Ix AY PRATT NO SCHOOL Im Comzng Over to Lone Yor Tonrght DIL RIE VVILLEY Sha e Rattle and Roll Smzle The Thrngs We D1dntDo Deadu ood Stage Agazn Once and Only Once Strrng of Pearls Sentzmental Iourney Oh Happy Day T111 I Waltz Agazn Wzzh ou Your Feets Too Bzg The oznt ls umprng Corng Up I Confess To Each Hrs Own Hey There A Penny A Krss A Penny Hug The Story of Three Loves Golden Year Green Years Harbor Lrghts Lzttle Thrngs Mean a ot Wzshzn Feudzn Fusszn and Frghtzn Sway Keep It a Secret Money Burns a Hole rn My Poc ct Sh Boom Srde By Srde Wrsh You Were Here Theres a Small Hotel Sound OU ln My Harem Hes In the Army Now When Our Dreams Come True My Frrend Rose, Rose, I Love You Rugged But Rrght My Buddy Someone to Watch Over You Young At Heart I Understand 'Vow and Forever Whzther Thou Goes! Moonlrght and Roses Hernando's Hrdeaway Musrc, Maestro, Please C XRNEY S CAR NIR RATSIAFICAS D AXID IOY 'md DU XNI IOORI SCHOOL ISUSFS TO BE FRESHIVIEN X CLASS LIKE 55 XI ARI BERN ARDINI und RAY PR ATT SOFTBALL TRIPS VACATION CLASS SOCI ALS TERRY SPURLIING AFTER THE SENIOR PI XY UNDERCLASSMEN WHO DUINNIT MR POWPRD 'I HE FACULTY MRS LIBBY DIANE CARLISLE MARI BERNARDINI SENIOR YEAR FRESHMEN VICKI GUITE IANE CARNEY and TFRRY SPURLINC SALLY BUNKER LESLIE LINSCOTT and CAROI YN EDGECONIB IRENE MURCH AFTER THE SENIOR PLAY SENIOR BOYS CHEMISTRY CLASS EXPERIMENTS CONNIE HURLLY and C EORi E CR AWFORD IANE SMITH and SYBIL CORDOIN QUEBEC MYRGN IONES TEDDY DORR BETTY IOHNSTON EMILIE MACY and DAVID BOFINGER MRS FORTIER GEORGE STEVENSON VARSITY CHEERLEADERS MR SPRAGUE MR LUCE MR POWER MRS MOORE MID YEARS and FINALS SENIORS GRADUATIONI BALL GRAVEL PIT MR GOLD and DAVID CLARKE IANE SMITH 'ss if Sf' ' z 'G 1 - 1 Q - lg s' ' 'fyxf ff? . lg . I I Y A A 1 J X v I I I L . r . jg, ' it ' ' ' r ' I ' Stop, f Proceed With Cazrtionj DRIVER EDUCATION ' ' A Y I ' l ' I ' A . ' A ' ' L . I S . 1 ' ' ' 7 I 3 I I QL .1 DN 'HE' Iordan, Stevenson N .fl ' ser Iordan, Wonchoba Dorr Pratt l " Prokssor , How Uoula' You ? " The Senior Class ol' '55 presented a 5-act play entitled 'S Professor, How Could You? October 22, 1954 in the Ellsworth High School Gym. The characters were as follows: Keats Perry , Viciqey Randolph Gnmma Perry . Ioseph Iordan Iolzn flppfcby Sally Bunker Hurrhcr Huy Btwn Sylvil Gordon Tootsie Bran Edward Dorr George Stevenson Marilyn XVODCh0l7ll Grfmpa Perry Norman VVilliams B0ggI-IIS David Clark Valerie Whitman . Katherine Pratt PI'l4J'f1iNLl Morley . Ioanne Boynton Director . Mr. Power ,5 3. H. . Q If Ar . " 'Q Q ' 'Z ' f J ,A M' : 3 .Eli 'al ami ,J-Q 44- Y' H S Iordan, Clark, Gordon Dorr la I Bunker Gordon Dorr ,Ap P7-g 1 '56 R L I Bunker, Pratt, Dorr -W Z Technicians Bark row: Y. Guile. BI. Bernardini, E. Tilden, K. Silsby, D. Ioy. K. Willey, T. Power L. Lassell. B. Iohnston. 271d rozcx' I. Smith, I-. Edes. B. Farnsworth, S. Blaisdell, P. Hilton S. Crowe, B. Partridge, I. Dorr, C. Hurley, Mr. Power. 1st row: B. Smith, I. Craig R B. VVhitehead, I. Nesmith, M. Giles. xg 'Q A .Qenior knows' and knows' he knows SENIOR CLASS NOTES The members of the class of '55 opened their senior year with a little reluctance, knowing that this was their last year at E.H.S. How- ever, this didn't prevent them from having an outstanding year. The class enrollment of seventy-four was placed in the study hall which was divided into two sections. Mr. Sprague supervised section A, and Mr. XVhitmore sec- tion B. New members to our class were Lee Bailey and Lester I-Iarrisg leaving were Mary Thomas, Katherine Roberts, Esther Polly, and Harry Gray. SYBIL GORDON '55 for Chee 0M'oem SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kent Willey, via'-pre51'a'er1t,' Sybil Gordon, 5oU'c'tary,' Gerald Kane, pres1'd4'nt,' George Stevenson, treasurer. X IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert Scott, vice-presidcnt,' lean Ioy, sec- retaryg Hilton Fowler, pre.f1'dent,' Dolores Gonzales, lreasurer. nl? Junior Uh!! 0M'oelx' IUNIOR CLASS NOTES The Class of '56 entered this year with an enrollment of 64 pupils. During the year Galen Boyington transferred to Southwest Harbor. The new students are Phyllis Kief, Trentong Fay Nlosley, Ellsworthg Catherine Burke, Hart- ford, Conn.: and Richard Young from Han- cock. Our faculty advisors are Mr. LePage, Biology roomg Mr. Power, room Ag and Nlr. Smith. room R. IEANNE E. IOY ,56 A Junior knows' buf knows' nof Moi be knows' 67.999 of I956' BIOLOGY ROOM Burk row: R. Clark. D. liutts E. Coolidge. C. Butts. R. Dor ity, P. Anderson. P. Bunker center roam' ll. Fowler, S Crowe, N. linnkcr. D. .Xbhott I. IDOIT, IJ. DcVVitt, li Brooks, Nlr. l.Cl,ll4LfL'1 .fc't1tc'zl ll. Cirindlc, Nl. limcry, C Dunhur, N. llond. llridgcs li. ljurkc. RQOM A Buck row: A. Iohnson, R Higgins. R. Kzirst, ll. Ioy, C Nickerson, R. Nlcrrillg mia' dle rout' I". Mosley, C. Nilc M. Hodgkins, Ioy, A. Kairst CI. Lasscll, C. Mclicnncy, IT. Linscott. Mr. Powcrg front row: C. Pollard. N. Linncf han, S. Kemp, li. llziyncs, ll Orcutt. P. Kiel.. ROOM I3 Tfzfnl 1'mz': R. Sawyer, li Young. ill. Spurling. R. Spur' ling. ll. 'I'.itc3 mfddlc' row: R. Young, R. Scott, Wt-li. her, I.. Romcr, D. Smith, l. XVilhur, Mr. Smith: fry! font' R. Smith, li. YVcsscl, E. Til- den. XI. Smith, .X. Springer, E. XVoncholm. A rs E-Y Q' Ver V! l L! A: , I . lil Q v . A y I . 4 tw. 3 . . .l""' '-1-w.w'fN.f T Bark row: I. Craig, M. Rowell, R. Murclmie. I. Iordan, M. Iones, D. Look, Crowley. li. lion' sey. Front: P. Iordan, S. Closson. M. XVon- choba, M. Grindle, N. Williams, Mr. Arsenault. DEBATING NEWS " The Federal Government should initiate a policy of free trade with nations friendly to the United States." This was the proposition that our speakers had to defend or oppose in various encounters with the debaters from other schools. In Ianuary and February the Ellsworth de- baters participated in the Hancock County De- bate League, sponsored by the County School- masters' Club. Bar Harbor, Bucksport, and Sumner were our oratorial competitors. The Penobscot Valley Conference Debating League was held in March with Ellsworth, Bar Harbor and Iohn Bapst as the host schools. Our speakers also participated in the Bates League as in past years. Several Freshmen participated in debate this year. Undoubtedly the experience they acquired will be of great proht to them in the years ahead. The debaters wish to thank the various mem- bers of the high school faculty who so graciously gave their time and services to act as judges for the home debates. Junior kerc Db 0 .. IUNIOR SPEAKING EXHIBITION The annual Iunior Prize Speaking Exhibi- tion, undei' the direction of Mr. Smith, was held in March. Those chosen from the semi-finals were: Little Gentleman Booth Tarlqington Nancy Bond Iane Eyre Charlotte' Bronte Ieanne Ioy Patsy Kale Douglas Wiggfn Carolyn Dunbar You Can't Take It With You Hart-Kaufman Barbara Haynes Laugh, Clown, Laugh Albert Van Afltwcrp Diane Carlisle The Big Game Albert Van Antwerp Hilton Fowler Robert Makes Love Parclzcr Charles McKenney Si's First Basketball Game Pedigo Robert Sawyer Edgar Allan Poe Allan Iohnson Americanism or Communism? Patrick Hurley Edward Wonchoba The Raven Alternatcs: Ronald Dority and Carol Pollard. Pro mpters: Barbara Orcutt and Barbara Wessel. Congratulations are due to Katherine Pratt, last year's representative to the Spear Contest, who was one of the winners in the Eastern Maine Finals. JEANNE 1oY '56 Diane . Carlisle was absent gn-UK . Q? N Smndzng: C. Mclxenney, A. Iohnson, R. Sawyer, H. Fowler, E. Wonchoba. Seated: C. Pollard, N. Bond, B. Haynes, I. Ioy, C. Dunbar, Director I. Smith. this was taken. f"b of XM A .C'o,of:omore knows noi and knows' nof flvaf no knows' nof -J' !"'7a 4, 3 - .ng 3 5 ,, 3 1,1 4... ,M ? N251 x QC' .Qopnomom Clam 0M'oem OFFICERS Margaret Stevenson - Presidentj Sharon Butler - V ire presldcntg Betty Ann Smith - Trem- urer,' Nancy Davis -- Secretary. floss !95 SOPHOMORE NOTES The class of '57 opened the sophomore year with an enrollment of 73, including two transfers from other high schools. They were Dixie Robbins from Girls' High School in Boston and Ieffrey Iowdry from Sumner High. The class was divided into three home- room groups, with Mr. Arsenault in room C, Miss Plaisted in room D, and Mrs. Libby in the bookkeeping room. NANCY DAVIS '57 I i VN Y Y A ooo wo' FR0 7 FRESHMAN NOTES .X very important year started for the freshmen, with an enrollment of 105, on Sep temher ninth. We were very happy to welcome Arlene Grant as a new addition to our class. Approximately eleven have left since fall. NVe all enjoyed the reception given by the sophomore class. It was a full day of fun, with entertainment by the class of '58 followed by a social in the evening. The homeroom teachers were as follows: Mr. Allen, room G3 Mrs. Fortier, room I-Ig Miss Russell, room I. PATRICIA PAGANUCCI '58 ffacnman Ubm Mmm OFFICERS f iK3,.i,i.mE Pearl Cunningham - Vice prcs1'denl,' Judy 4 if Alley-Prexidenlg Marion Coughlin-Trer1.v- If urc'r,' Patty Paganucci-Sefrcvary. ' W Q C04 ll freshman knows' nof and knows' no knows noi 01.999 of I957 Room C - 4111 row: C. Cur- tcr. F. Bunker. I. Ilriullioril. I. Arclicr. Clougli. XI. Iklgc- comla. A. Fox. gn! rozw: I. Awalt. H. Brown. C. IIrgulA bury, D. Ilrzllcy. D. Crguvlioril. P. Cousins. 2l1lf rozzz' S. .Xslih more, Austin. N. Davis. IU. Dobbins, S. Butler, S. Closson, I. deG:irilJocly. Mr. Arscnaulr. lit I'0IL'.' I. Cliurcli. C. Iizilicr. Ii. Bonscy, M. I. Duillcy. P. Bond, A. Awalt. Room D - Sfmlllfjfllgf H Iolinson, F. Iornlan. I. Iowdry R. I.unt, I'. Ioralun. F. Con zulcs, A. Lounnlcr, P. Iinnc, I Giles, D. licinp. M. flrinullc F. Cordon, Miss Plzlistcd Swllcd.' C. Morgan, I. Cor- don, I. Ingersoll, A. Lovell, I Nfcrclmnt, S. NIcKcown, lioolaliccping Rooln -- gn row: C. Sargent. I. Pnrlriilgc R. Nfurcliic, I. XVoorl. G. Run lain. If. Rogers. I. XV.1lsl1, C Snnlvorn. 2111i ronz' C. XVQI lon. I.. XVliitc, I. Trlylor, N Pnrkcr. C. Sinilli. NI. Rowell S. Young. N. XVillwur. Mrs Lilvluy. lil rom: I. Pinklirun Ii. Smiili. I. NV11ll4cr.BI.SIux unson. I1 Rolilvins. D. Pagn nucfi Gr? Q 1 . f IQ 'I .l. .11 Chee 1958 Room G - 3rd rout' R. An tlerson, E. Cooper, R. Carr, I litinlier, R. Dow, L. Uoving ton, R. Davis. 2211! row: Nl Couglilin, D. Corliss, L. Etles D. Bayrd, I. Ackerman. A Fennelly, P. Covey, P. Cun ningliam, Charley, I. Crow ley, N. Boynton. 151 row: V Crockett, I. Awalt, I. Alley D. Carter, Mr. Allen, G. Car lin, E. Campbell, I. Craig, I Boulette. Room H - gra' row: R. Her- rick, C. Lounder, I. Kelley, L. Kane, G. Foss, P. Farrell, L. Higgins, G. Ienkins, R. Ior- dan, Ron. Iortlan, G. Leavitt. Zlld row: B. Merritt, I. Ioy, L. Kinney, l. Murcia, F. Getchell, N. Gould, R. Iones, B. Ililton, F. Falvey. 15: row: E. Grindle, B. Hartli- son, R. Giles, I. Kelley, Mrs. Fortier, P. Irving, R. Natl' docks, A. Grant, C. Flynn. Room I - yd l0It'.' D. XVriglit. ll. Small, K. Silslay. G. Nickerson. D. Rolnlvins, I. XVliite, C. Moore, A. Smith, F. XVatts. T. Power. 27111 rout R. Yeo. YV. XVoneliolm. D. Stover, N. XV.itts. L. XVil- luur, P. XVliitmore, I. Som- mers, ll. llliillips, R. Sargent, R. Stevens. A. Scott. D. Osier, Nliss Russell. 1.-'l r01z'.' h A 0 nk Seymour. ll. Stocltlvridge. . N 7 J xXvlll3llI'. l. laganucci, l.. Springer. NI. Saunders. P. Smith. Torrey. V. Xyliit- more. I. Steele. .1 X! y A S32 I lxt B"!-11 ff'- ills 1 I , . Iii' , Grade WI 671' i l if iii! GRADE vii GIRLS Buck: P. Crahtruc. li. llunlinr, I. Sauntlers. I. Kazutuw, 11. l.yons. M. Tihhctts. 17. Roherts, P. Sullivan, I. liaton. I. 1.:iIlin. l,'z'nlrr: ll. Foster, G. Carter, M. Matltlocks, P. Behr, S. Alley, I. listerherg, I. Whit- more, I. Whitmore, R. 1.tirx'ei', C. Fulton, I. Cousins. lfronl: li. Ohcr, I. Steele, P. Smith, S. Holmes, Miss Franklin, P. Sterling, 1. Brown, H. Guite, L. Herrick. SEVENTH GRADE NOTES On the morning of September 8, thirty seventh grade girls entered Room F at E. H. S. The three new girls were Iane Kazutow from Machias and from Sedgwick the twins, Carolyn and Marilyn Fulton. The teacher was Miss Margaret Franklin. The girls especially enjoyed the two music classes weekly with Mr. Gold, the two long gym. classes each week with Miss Plaisted, the chance to take showers, using the lockers, and eating their lunches at tables by themselves. The bank tellers were: Sally Alley, Mary Maddocks, Kathy Dunbar, Ioyce Whit- more, bank messengers: Carolyn Fulton, Betty Ober, Linda Herrick, Regina Lurvey, reporters: Patricia Sullivan, Linda Herrick, Regina Lurvey, Meredith Tibbetts, Pam Crab- tree, librarians: Patti Behr, Marilyn Fulton, Helen Lyons, Iean Steele, messenger to cafeteria: Meredith Tibbetts. THE BANKING PROGRAM The banking program is under the direction of Miss Margaret Franklin. The chief bank teller is Iean Ioy. In the fall, Mr. Buckley from the Educational Thrift Service in New York visited our school and was most helpful in giving us thrift posters, one minute talks, and quota- tions to be used to encourage saving regularly. It is desired that there should be greater participation. During the first semester 31,153.40 were deposited. The Freshmen banked the most, 5288.203 Sophomores, 3264.653 Iuniors, 324120, Grade 7, 319725, Seniors, 816210. On Ianuary 11, the Iuniors deposited 570.85 and Room A had the largest deposit, 56090. ez 5 4 i BANK TELLERS Back row: M. Maddocks, P. Paga- nueci, I. Alley, P. Bond, C. Mc' Kenney, B. Young, Miss Franklin, R. Willey, W. Rogers, I. Kelley, I. Ingersoll, I. Nesmith, S. Alley, I. Boynton. Front row: I. Dorr, E. ,f , Tildcn, P. Whitmore, N. Davis, I. H M 75.4 Ioy, I. Taylor, C. Dunbar, N. Gould. Q-5...-r-sb-Q+ Bank Tellefc A 1' l AQ, I. Awalt, A. Aivalt, N. Boynton, S. McKemvn, Ieizrlfrf B. McKcown, mrrffolf I.. Kinney P. Paganucci, Ii. Campbell. This year the majorettes were in one general group with three substitutes. Our advisor was Mr. Morton Gold. We had as mascot little Brenda McKeown who appeared with us on all performances. BOWLING Sixty-Hve girls met on October 1 to form a bowling league of eleven teams. These teams met at the local bowling alleys every Monday and Wednesday afternoon. Each person bowled one string. The scorers were Peggy Smith and Nancy Bond. At the end of eight weeks' time the Spokes, D'Punks, Devils, and the Mountaineers were on top. A play-off was held and the Punks emerged victorious with the three string average of 218. The other teams' averages were as follows: the Spokes, 2105 the Devils, 200.25 and the Mountaineers, I87.3. The high 3 string singles for the play-offs were: Mari Bernardini, 249g Sharon Butler, 239g Beverly Kane, 233, Connie Baker, 2325 and IoAnne Boynton with 221. BOWLING GROUP -lflr row: I.. White, M. Rowell, S. Blaisdell, P. Cunningham. I. Taylor, F. Getchell, K. Pratt, N. Parker, P. Smith, Ii. Archer, S. Butler, B. Partridge, L. Lasalle. 3rd raw: K. Bonsev, B. XVessel, I. Smith, B. Ilaynes, B. Farnsworth, B. Kane, N. Boynton, IJ. Curliss. I.. Springer, R. Innes. A. Luuntler. 2nd row: I. Murch, D. Bayrd, G. Carlin, B. Smith, N. Bond, M. Stevenson, K. Bt-nl. M. Beal, I.. Kinney, M. Dual- ley, M. Bernardini, Miss Plaistetl. lrl row: I. .-Xwalt, P. Smith, S. Mcliemvn, C. Baker, I. Alley, C. Flynn. I. Boynton, B. Iohnston, P. Bond, I. Kelley, I. Carney. eff. Q0 I H , - J Bowbng Group Q T Lb: SAXOPHONES AN D FLUTES Bark: Mr. Gold, Director, I. Crowley, I. Austin, B. Sawyer, M. Murch, I. Dorr, M. Pmich. Front: A. Lovell, R. Iude, P. Smith, M. Grindle, S. Gordon. Bavk: I. Ioy, B. Smith, P. Cousins, I. Iowdry, I. Part- ridge, H. Young. Front: I. Pinkham, S. Crowe. Op Q6 SOX DRUMS Elkworff: M 6 Qabool Barra' CLARINETS Burk: M. Kief, I. Alley, R. Sargent. N. Gould, I. Acker- man, I. deflaribody, I. Merchant, I. Tracy. Front: I. Iordan, K. Willey, C. Baker, B. Clarke, N. Linnehan, R. Frost, S. Austin. THE BAND AND GLEE OF MR. MORTON GOLD, EXHIBITIONS AND Q BRASS Back: B. Hilton, I. Nesmith, P. Iohnson, G. Stevenson, D. Clarke, F. Bunker, G. Ienkins, E. Grindlc. Front: B. Whitehead, H. Fowler, R. Clarke, R. Willey, D. Weaver, P. Anderson, E. Rogers, R. Foster. 5111 row: II. Phillips, C. Flynn, R Gilcs, II. Stuckhritlgc. M. Sziuntlt-ry I. Torrey. If. Gctchell, Ii. Smith. I rlcfhrilmtly. I. Kc-llcy. I.. Tcrrill 41h I'0ll'f I. Murcli, IP. liiyrtl, NI Cirimllc. I. Gurclon, I. Smrlc. NI Cuugliliii, P. Irving, N, XV.itty. I Craig, A. l.m1ntlur. fn! r'r1ll'.' R I-incs. D. Gonzalcs, B. Farnsworth I. Ivy, IJ. Moon, K. Iiunscy. K Iical, M. Beal, I. Reynolds, P Smith. 2,111 row: A, Ifilinson. If Heal, I.. Springer, I. Smith, C. Hur Icy, K. Pratt, M. Ilcrnartlini, M Rowell, I. T3j'l4AF, N. Bnynmn. 151 row! D. Abbott, N. Iortlan, A Springer, D. Carlisle, C. Dunbar, C. Pollard, P. Smith, Ii. Whitchcgitl. C. Smith. C. Baker. 1, 'L -sas! ana' glee Ulub Group iff-sir!!! 555 V ix CLUB, UNDER THE DIRECTION E H S I . . "3 I 4 HAVE GIVEN MANY EXCELLEINT CONCERTS THIS YEAR. X 5 ul an I PM fwfr: C.. Xilcy. I.. I.insCutt, I7 Butty, A. Strivut. R. Niitltlnclty. Sfiiiiriicrs, S. Iltitlcr. N. Fmntl, Ilunlgcr. l.. Kinney. -Irh row: K. Kanr, I.. Auxtin. BI. Innes, I. I.1iyyt-ll. 5. Rt-yn-ilils, M. Iimcry, I Ilritlgtw, lf. Grintlle, ID. Carlisle C I N inf' run .' P. Iurnl,m. Il. Yuung, 1 Stew.-rw-ri. N. Pgirltcr. I.. White. I. Iitlcy. IT. l'.iu4inucci. N. lhyis. S Clnviull. fm! mir: D. Weaver. K XYillLy, R. Willey. R. Cl.lrli, Y Ilixiy. .X. I-irtlqn, li. 'I'iltlun. Diirr, li, Kano. Il. II.iyncs. . . , . . , mu: P. lliltiin. Pres.: I, Iortl.in Y. P.: 5. Irtinlxcr, Irtpis.: X Gtiitc. Sec.: D. Cl.irl4c. .icq-.ni yxlniytz Mr. Giiltl. tlircutnrg M Giles. S. Gurtltin, M. Larson, I Crowley. .C'fua'enf Council if Rear: I. Boynton, P. Smith, D. Gonzales, I. Ioy, F. Bunker, I. Ingersoll, S. Bunker, I. Kelley. Front: B. Partridge, R. Taylor, Mr. Pitts, T. Spurling, E. Rogers. The Hrst meeting of the Student Council was held in October under the supervision of our principal, Mr. Thurlow Pitts. The following were elected oflicers: President ...,,.,.. ....,,..,......... R onald Taylor Secretary .. . .. .,,,.,,. ..,. B everly Partridge Vive President ...,, ,..,,. . . Terry Spurling Trczzxwer .... ..,....... . .. .... Edwin Rogers The other representatives from the different classes are as follows: seniors, IoAnne Boynton, Sally Bunkerg juniors, Iean Ioy, Dolores Gonzales, sophomores, Iudy Ingersoll, Fred Bunker, freshmen, Peggy Smith, Iack Kelley. The student association and basketball student tickets were sold by the members of the council. The Student Council gave their recommendation for naming the new athletic field, Hagan Field, in honor of Mr. Ira Hagan, who has given much of his time and energy to the project. The trophy case, which displays the results of athletic achievement of the high school, was the object of much vigorous activity. The trophies were polished to a high luster and all those needing engraving were completed. BEVERLY PARTRIDGE '55 The picture below represents a group of children who were en- rolled in a project of child care sponsored by the Home Economics Department. Children, left to riglzff Donald 9 Il Pullen, Bonnie Ashe, Gary Caruso, Q Richard Ashe, Tommy Hutchins, Rhonda Hanf, George Seally, Gail Caruso, Beverly Brown. 1- Girls: D. DeWitt, G. Lasscll, B. Abbott, M. Giles, M. Emery, D Moon. .Eel York, I. Bridges, R. Frost, N. Bunker, B. Grindle, P. Hilton, D. "eww 2,2 .? i-'Q C7 ima' W-4'af74f"n Q Nafronal Honor .Qocfely-n -.. huS1l1P1BllI NATIUNAI. HONOR SOCIETY Rear: Hilton Fowler. MariBernardini, Connie Hurley. Norman Williams. Center: Allan lohnson, Pamela Hilton, Francenc Beal, Charles Crockett, George Stevenson, Margaret Smith, Virginia Davis. Seated: Betty Iohnson. Richard Willey, Marilyn Woncholia, Ioseph Iordan, Victoria Guite, Mrs. Fortier. lean Ioy. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIE TY w 0 Q 5 : Z- 2 S Z of EL. The Ellsworth Chapter of the National Honor Society. under the leadership of Mrs. lfortier, held its first meeting on September 23, 1954. XVe voted to continue the program started last year of each memlver reading a morn- ing devotional talk over the pulilic address system. These inspiring talks were tal-:en from "The Secret Place." The ofificers elected for the coming year were: Preslident , . Iosepli Iordan Vice-President . Richard VVilley Secretary ......,.., Marilyn Wonchoba Treasurer .,.,.,, . , , , , Victoria Guite On March 11, the capping ceremony was held in the gym. Those seniors capped were Mari Bernardini, Constance Hurley, Francene Beal, Betty Iohnston, Virginia Davis, Pamela Hilton, Norman XVilliams, Charles Crockett, and George Stevenson. Iuniors capped were lean Ioy, Hilton Fowler, Allan Iohnson, and Margaret Smith. In May, a formal initiation will be held for the new members. At this time, they will take their vows and become oliicial members of the National Honor Society. MARILYN WONCHOBA '55 me Q 'JI-n ll R 1lll'Ll1lL ut rx Tax or R Spurling, T. Spurling. G. Stevenson. Center: I. Awalt. D. ith XX Rutris I og, s v t R Willey. R. Merrill. F. Linscutt. R. Scott. Smied: C. McKen- H Fowler Rim Nir lel'1g,,L lx Willey, I. Closson, F. Mosley. I Q - H' N ,X Q v .Q -1 ' 0 xx , I K 'I' - 'ff 4 , I 4 1 ' ' I 1 fi . X in-A ' w a ' Nl l , . :. f ' - lr WW' The hrst meeting of the Varsity Club for the new school year was held September 22, 1954 under the superxision of Mr. LePage. At this time the following oflicers were elected: President ,.., .... Vire President Secretary ...,..... Treasurer ........,..,,.,...,.................., Sexen new members entered the club at the fall initiation. A dance followed the During the year the Varsity Club planned an inter-class basketball tournament and a HILTON FOWLER '56 BASKETBALL USHERS Left lo right: A. Scott, L. Springer, P. Smith, P. Hilton, A. Springer, R. 0 ' Bac 990 6'ommefc1L9l Ulub link rout I". I.invcoit. M. Ilutlglgins. I. Iov, .-X. Iordan, R. Clark. C. Crockett. I. Wilbur, C. Iohnsun. N Itirdan, N. Williams. 2111! ww: M. White, C. Iidgecomb, If, Maher, I.. Lassell, V. Davis, B. Orcult, M Wonchobn, I.. Patten, Mis. Iuhnst-n. lx! row: H. Wliitehciul, B. Iohnsiun, If. Beal, I. Boynton, Iordan I. Nesmith. The Commercial Club held its first meeting on September 29, 195-l under the direc- tion of Mrs. Iohnson. On November 10, the initiation of the junior members was held. The following olhcers were elected: President , , . . Francene Beal Secretary . ,...,... Ioan Iordan Vice Pl'C'J'lidt'!1f IoAnne Boynton Trc'a5zu'er , .. Betty Iohnston .Xt the end ot' the year we plan to take a business trip, and to finance this trip we are selling basketball-schedule pencils. and selling food at recess time. JOAN 1oRDAN '55 OFFICE ASSISTANTS These girls under the direction of Mrs. Libby give much service and receive valuable experience in handling many details of school demands. N irulifig: N. lnimlan. In. Malutr. .L Iordan. I. Iortlan, C. Iitlgecoinli. I.. I'.iiten, I. Ingersoll, I Xvllllli, N. Iiund. M'i1rz'n'.' M. XV4inrlmli.i. M. XYhite. 58111 :alien pitlnre 14115 Iilkfllf C. johnson, I. Nesinith. ,.-sw' 0 " ,,,, ""l I .J fS 4 "Ari x ,f . 1 I. Q ' 0:72049 Accfbfanfc -s px L affin- I-'unrlli rouu' Nl. Ioncs. I. Itirtlgin, 'l'. Wooster, ID, Clarke, IJ, Ioy. C. Butts, I. Crnlitrcc. Third row: R. Willey, C. llunlnir, M. Nltiruli, S. Crime. I'. Snnth. K. Pratt. R. lfiiist. I. lliirr. I. Kginc. Sn 07111 rout: H. lfiiwler, V. Unite, ll. lf.iiiiswiii'tli. S. liiinkur, G. l.iiselle. N. Linncliiin, l.. 'l'iltlcn, N. litintl, C. Hurley, A, Inhnson, Ififsf mzf: Mrs. lfniticr. S. Gonlnii, D. Robbins, I. Sinitli, CQ. Stexcnson, M. Bernardini, I Hencli C. Iollurd, I. Carney. THE LANGUAGE CLUBS On Septenilier 22 French, Latin. and Spanish students niet to reorganize the Lan- guage Cluhs. The thirty-five members chose the following othcers: PI'C'51.dE71l ,. . . , ..,. . ..... George Stevenson Svfretary , ,. . .. ,,...... Iane Smith Tl'6'Ll.YIH'l'7' ,.,,..,. . . , Mari Bernardini Money was raised hy selling food and handling concessions at ball games, to Finance our annual trip to Quebec, Canada. This was done under the guidance of Mrs. Fortier. IANE SMITH '55, Secretary -11 it ? 4330 QQ. .: il: ':,:l V- !! I fffyf sf in .BMJ ,wiv 1 Q QP 3 if-ix x .1 ei 'WS 123' . OFFICERS Standing: Deg. Com. Ch., M. Emery, Hist., S. Young, Treas., I. Ingersoll, V. Pres., I. Gordon, Mother Ad- visor, Mrs. Howellg Song Leader, C. Smith: Sec., M. Emery: Sponsor, Mrs. Moore, Pres., P. Hilton, Re-' porter, N. Davis, Parl.. D. Kempg Mother Advisor, Mrs. Hilton. W Junior and Freshman HM. Members' FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Standing: I. Steele,vI. Alley, D. Carter, I. Bridges, Lassell, D. DeWitt, S. Kemp, M. Emery, K. Beal, E. Campbell, P. Smith. Seated: I. lxelley, L. Terrill, B. Stockbridge, V. Whitmore, B. Hardison, Miss Watson, R. Giles, M. Beal, C. Flynn, E. Grindle. The First meeting of FHA was held September 22 with Fifty-one members enrolled. Mrs. Iames Moore is our chapter advisor, our two mother advisors are Mrs. Walter llilton and Mrs. Ioseph Howell. On October 25, the Ellsworth FHA entertained 150 girls for our First district meeting of the year. The juniors and seniors gave a tea for the FHA freshman girls September 22. During FHA week we displayed the U. N. Flag at school. We attended the Meth- odist Church in Ellsworth November 7. Also we d's l d FHA at Moore's Drug Store. i p aye symbols in the window The remaining program ol' the year is as follows: December 2 Covered Dish Supper March 16 Mother and Daughter Party Iannary 5 Skating Party March 26 State Meeting February 2 Foreign Film April I5 Exhibition and Hobby Show February lo Foreign Student Speaker May 18 Installation ol' Officers lhere is a ianadian trip planned for early spring. MURIFI. IQNIFRY. Sl'l'I'f'fil1'I' SENIOR AND SOPHOMORE F. H. A. MEMBERS Sland,-ng: K. Bonsey. S. Ashmore, I. deiiaribody, C. Smith. N, Parker, D. Dobbins, I. Reynolds, V. Das' A lnunsl I Iasscll R Frs is, . . -1 cr, .. .nw , . ot, I. NValker. Srulrrlf I. Austin. S. Young. M. l.arsenI B. York. M. Emery. P. Hilton, I. Gordon, N. Davis. I. Ingersoll. C. Morgan. A. Awalt. D. Moon. Srafed on the floor: I. Church, I. Iordan, fi. XV.ilIon. D. Kemp. .Qenior ana' fopbomofe HM. Membem M. Stevenson, D. Carlisle, M Rowell, A. Iordan, Mr. Smith, Il York. I.. Lasscll, M. Murch, I Smith, I. Giles. Front row: D I3eNVitt, S. Crowe. I. Ioy, K. Pratt bl. YVunCh1rb1l, l,. Hilton, V Davis, ll. Smith. Il. Haynes, I Bridges. The library, under the leadership of Mr. Smith, has increased much since last year. Many new books have been added and an order for more is now on the way. There are nineteen librarians this year and one head librarian. Each of these girls is on duty two or three periods per week, with the exception of those on noon duty wlho have it only once a week. The money collected for over-due books is used for the purchase of pocket books and supplies. MARILYN WONCI-IOISA, Head Librarian ASSEMBLY CLUB In the last meeting of the year '53-'54, the Assembly Club elected the following officers for the year '54-'55: President ...,. ,.., .,., C lerald Kane Secretary ,,.., ., .. X ictoria Cyuite Vice Prefidenf .. ..,, Mari Bernardini Treasurer .. . .. .. . Nancy Bond We had a fine Christmas assembly, at which several guests said " hello " to us in for- eign languages. The following spoke in their native tongues: Mrs. Antonio Bernardini, Italian: Mrs. Xenophone Panos, Greek, Mrs. Oscar Behr, Danishg Mrs. Axel Eliason, Swedish, Mrs. Robert Bradley, Englishg Mr. Roland Guite, French: Mr. Richard Arse- nault, Russian. At another of our assemblies, we had as guest speaker the noted chalk artist, Terry Martin, who drew us a picture. The Assembly Club now has 28 members, with Mr. VVhitmore as sponsor, and new members will be elected this spring. VICTORIA GUITE by Club Burk row, left to right: I. Nesrnith, H. Partridge R. Willey, A. Inhnsrin. I. Crabtree, I. Iordan, K Willey, M. Iones, C. Stevenson, V. Davis, C Hurley. Second row: B. Iohnstnn, S. Bunker B. Haynes, T. Spurling, D. Clarke, R. Taylor, F. Beal, I. Uorr, D. Gonzales. Front row: S. Cor don, H. Fowler. V. Guite. I. Kane, Mr. Whit- more, M. Bernartlini, N. Bond, C. Mclienney, I. Boy mon. Rink row, left to righf: L. Patten, .Nlilllrflngf l'. Slllllll. l'. tfunningliain, ll. llolwlnns. li, Hardison. I. Mears. lx. hiatt. I, I-Eritlges. I. Walker, lx. C2.XllfX'lf'l' ANU GRAY lftnf' wut li. Smith, li. Kane. l.. XYlute. 1, Iaiuntltr. IJ. l'ag.inucci. S. Iilowin, I, Smith. I. Taylor. I. fiilcs. ll. Young. S. llaker. I-ffm' mn: NI. Woncliolia, l'. Iiontl. KI. Klclicnntj., M. Rowell, K. Willey. N. liontl. P, Iorilan. I. Nlertliant. Mr. .Xrsc-nault. Garner' ana' 6fay t '- ,-s.. swf "ik" The School Paper. " The Garnet and Gray," entered its second year of existence, Our lmudding reporters coxered the helds ol' news, sports, clulm activities, and gossip. Several outstanding essays, originally classroom assignments. were also pulxlished in our school newspaper. EDITORIAL STAFF Nancy Bond Kent NVilley liarry Young Lee Lassell Nancy Linnehan liarliara Haynes Marilyn XVoncholia Hill Shea lletty Smith 1'IiIl'll!f'I' .1dl'liJ'0J' - Richard .Xrsenault CAFETERIA The school lunch program started on November lirst with Nlrs. Orville Tides and Nlrs. Alice liurkhart in charge. The girls assisting were: l.ouise Terrill, Rita Giles, live- lyn Cirindle, Beulah llardison, Velma Whitmore, Ioyce Steele, Carol Smith, Claire Mor- gan, Nancy VVillwur, Kav heal, Flay Beal, Beverly Stockbridge I 0I'Il'l NVilhur, and Nane . , - i 1 f Y Boynton. The ticket manager was Diane Moon. Une person from each home room was chosen to collect thc money QSISOI for the tickets each week. NANCY WlI.liL'R ' s Uafeleria Personnel . Fa L '4 vi '-.. I"q.i'fW l V. Vihitinore. R. Giles. Cf. Suutlt. Cf. Morgan. Nl. lieal. I.. Terrill. Mrs. liurlsltart. ll. llaitlis-+n, li.. XYillwur, li. In Stockbridge. Mrs. E-les. It. tinntile. I. Stttlc. lilclen, M. llotlgkins. .Nrxffzrff ll, Nlonn. Mrs. Moore. lunen-fiekef Personnel - rr-MQW .asa . Ma. A...-fs.-a..m.fes.4.,.,f .. .. M... . I-m1M:.e.--agwe. Driver liaining . ,,..e gl .04 .V ,Mn ,A .-Q... .qu me S-,Q rf'm:.f , A 1. ...-fr..4--,- . Q, t F DRIVER TRAINING Slrllllllllg, funk mu! S. Crowe. ll. Crawlorcl, ID. Kemp. Ii. Silsluy. li. York R. Murchic, Mr. Allen, D Robbins, l'. lfarrell. N. Ihzylllull, If. Iortlan, S. Ashmore. M. Smith, I. XVood. .NIYUIIIT row: I. Merchant M. Dudley. l'. lioml. S. Mclic-own. G. Carlin, P. Paganucci, li. Carter, Ii. Campbell, A. Hurst, I. Giles Cfylltfllllgf IS. Herrick, If. iiormalcs. I. Walsh, I. Roulette, II. johnson. C. Carter. .Xmong our many exchanges were the following: The Penzrrif - Pemetic High School - An excellent yearbook. Fine pictures. lflandcr - Bar Harbor High School - Good literary section. llfllrrcst - Bucksport High School - Shows good planning. Pine .Vredlrs - Mattanawcook Academy - Clear pictures. Kcntf Hill - Kents Hill, Maine - Vlfell planned yearbook. Clear pictures. Crimson Crier - Orono High School - Good literary section. Iigeftefo - Farmington State Teachers College - Excellent yearbook - Impressive COYCT. The Skipper - Mount Desert High School - Fine introduction to literary section. Trumpez - Maine Central Institute -- Distinctive cover - Excellent yearbook. The Suchem - Old Town High School - We enjoyed your yearbook. The Lighz - Milbridge High School - We suggest identifying all snapshots. Other yearbooks that we enjoyed and which showed careful planning were: The Broadcast - Calais Memorial High School. The Beacon - Harrington High School. The Spindrfft - Sullivan High School. BETTY FARNSWORTH '55 SANDRA CROWE '56 Our Lvglec .Qhll foar -ol- Nev " K. IOHXI EDES IACK SCOTT -X5 1 cllmax to last years LIZIIHC Strte Lhampmnshrp m basketball Iohn Etles and Ink 'itott were nomlnated to the XllSt1r North Qouth Basketball Tournament lack Stott reteued a bxd and paruupated IH the tournament held at Xlurray kentucky Thxs year all tour graduate members of the team are attendmg college Phll Edgerly rs at Phxladelphla School ot the Brble lxent VN hrte xx as a member ot Bates Lollege Yar sry Basketball Team lack Stott played on the Ln1xers1ty ot CODDCCIICUI freshman te lm and Iohn Edes dld an outstandmg job as POIHI maker on the Lolby College fresh man basketball team eakmg of goofs! Evenfs' On the glorrous dax of September 8 l97'l the doors of old l' fl S xx ere once agaln opened to the upper classmen and freshmen September 10 and our football team xxas defeated by Blr Harbor 1 6 ID 1 t0rr1d game lt xx as the hrst game to be played under hghts at hllsxxorth The semors galned the pr1x1lege of holdlng the hrst soclal September -l October 8 exerybody recheclsed h1s calendar to make sure If wasnt the 31 lt xxas Freshman Day xxlth the receptlon htld that exemng The sennor plxx Professor Hoxx Could You' xxas held October 77 and the crntxcs called lt the hxt of the year Pemeuc Indrans were out to get rcxenge the nt hr ol Detcmber 3 It xx as Lllsvxorth s hrst basketball LIIUL of the yur before the mght xx as ox er Ellsxxorth xxon 60 31 The annual band concert xxas held December 14 ID the gym Well enjoyed by exeryone xxho attended Agaln our debatlng team was out to xxm for the commg year first meetmg was held ln Buclcsport Nlarch 73 remlnded many of unlor Speaking EXhlb1t1OH whlch proxed successful May brought the enjoyable thought of Iumor Prom whxch many attended mth much pleasure une 12 15 16 came baccalaureate class mght and graduatxon a sad occaslon for the semors une 17 great fun graduatron ball to clrmax a happy year SYBIL C ORDON 55 Movies' Its a Great Feelzng To be Senlors Lost Boundarzes Surry and Falls Gentlemen Pre er Blondes V1ck1 Gu1te and Betty Iohnston Vze 1 V1ck1 Gulte War Palnt Senlor make up crew The my Student Counc1l Fasy to Love Semor Play All Amerzcan Iere Kane It Happens Every Thursday Gym Scared SMU Freshmen lnxtxatlon Calamny lane lane Carney The First Tzme Freshmen Sailor Beware lane Smlth Scandal Sheet Garnet and Gray Anythzng Can Happen E H S Gone With the Wznd Bus reglstratxon 1n Quebec S0 Big IoAnne Boynton and Lee Bailey Iohnny Dark Kent Wrlley The Long Long Trazler The corrldor Forbidden Gum chewlng Gzve a Gzrl a Bleak Basketball Baclq to G0d's Country Marx Bernard1n1 and V1ck1 Guxte Go Man Go Cheerleaders lAlNE SMITH '55 That's grape' Mr Smxth " For what poem 15 Edgar Allen Poe famous? " Bobby Sawyer " The Ra1s1n " O U .-.Tl --1... t ' ' ' A f , ' ' 1. '. ' H' ' 5 ' 1 ' 1 t "- ' . ' f - - - - - Q f. I .Y W , v n 1 1 - - . Y . . V. Y . . . , W 1 - - - 1 V 7 . 3 " 7 ' , - 5' 's Y H . . - ---- . I, , , , , , -- . . . , . . X, ., ,,,,, vt . , . . ,L , ,,,,- D F - The Pemetlc glrls had already lost to our gtrls that afternoon ----- It was another x'1ctory l V 7 'L ' - -"' ' ' ' ' T ""- 4 1 V ' y , ,Q ' 1 - s 1 ----, N Y . . T Y i V. . . I ' - . . 4' 1 - 1 I - A H, . I . . T . . . . Y . 1 A 1 - 1 I . . . Y' ""' I 5 Q 3 . T . Q . . g - i 1 1 I H Y - . ' N 7 1 O , . . -w . , - . I 4 1 . Inn-rh row: R. Murchie, R. Spurling, R. Taylor, D. Weaver, F W. Rogers. Third row: I. Kane, K. Willey, T. Spurling, I. Iowtlry, f 1 . Stevenson. Srrond row: D. Smith, P. Anderson, H. Small, I. Clos- .ng 'V wif FOOTBALL n, E. Rogers, H. Fowler, F. Gonzales, Coach LePage. First row: G. Icnlains, R. Scott, F. Linscott, C. McKenney, Mgr. D. VVright, Mgr. I. Aivalt. foofball Two weeks before the opening of school, twenty-three boys, including twelve letter- men,Co-captains Ierry Kane and George Stevenson, Dana Smith, Fred Linscott, David Weaver, David Wilson, Ronald Taylor, Royce Spurling, Kent Willey, Hilton Fowler, Charles Mclienney and Wayne Rogers reported to Coach LePage to begin practice for the 1954 season. Other team members were: Terry Spurlingi, Iames Clossonlf, Galen Boyntoni, Edwin Rogersi, Paul Andersotilf, Robert Murchie"", Iames Awalt"", David VVright, Gary Ienkins, Fai Gonzales and Bobby Scott. Barry Young was manager. The Eagles suffered only one serious injury - the misfortune falling on one of our back-field stalwarts, Hilton Fowler. Even though the scores were seldom in favor of the Eagles, the all-around caliber of play was very satisfactory from the spectators' point-of-view. The first night football game ever held at Ellsworth was played against Bar Harbor under the lights at the Bryant E. Moore Field, September 10, before the largest crowd ever to watch an E. H. S. football game. For the second year in a row a member of the Eagles' backfield was picked for the All-Little-Ten Conference Team. This year the honor fell to our great co-captain and all-around competitor, Ierry Kane. This was the climax to one of the best records an Eagle gridder ever accomplished. The remaining Senior Eagles, Stevenson, Taylor, Willey, Weaver, Wilson and Closson, fought hard for the team and will surely be missed next year. Once again we urge more student participation in this very worth-while sport. YK' Ellsworth 6 Bar Harbor 7 JOE IORDAN '55 Ellsworth 13 Dexter 14 Ellsworth 0 Orono 14 Ellsworth 13 Bucksport 0 Ellsworth O Dover-Foxcroft 33 Ellsworth 13 Hampden 14 ' Awartletl letter for first time. f.!"E', A -KF' 3.7 -76 ' :,:'U,l .1 ,fx 5' f ' 7A5.3jj Q- yr , WU QT ,.,,.x , , , .- "f 9- f'Y 1- g 1. A - f of N ,.'.,': " 2 173 vw ,p-- 39 ,ov .C 4 1 fi? , fn' A' - r sm '53 S715 'va' 1 -Z! V xf Nr' Rear: F. Gonzales, D. Crawford, F. Bunker, R. Ienkins, I. Taylor, L. Abbott, D. Butts, D. Smith, C. Nile. Front: G. Stex enson'. E. Rogers, S. Richmond, R. Murchie, T. Lobley", C. Butts', E. Tracy", A. johnson, L. Merchant', F. Linscott, Coach Larson. Hack 1954 The squad gave a good account of itself, posting an impressive record during the season, in spite of a lack of facilities, and finishing in a tie for second place in the Penobscot Valley Conference Track Meet. In the Old Town-Orono-Ellsworth combined meet, Merchant finished first in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Tracy finished first in the mile run and second in the 880-yard dash. The Eagles, taking practically every first in the meet, were very impressive in defeating Iohn Bapst. In the P. V. C. Meet, Merchant finished first in the 100 and 220-yard dashes and Tracy placed second in the mile. These were the highlights in Ellswortlfs participation. Ellsworth finished in the number 8 slot of 13 participating teams in the Maine State Meet at Waterville. The Eagles sent two boys, Tracy and Merchant, to participate in the New England Track Meet at Durham, New Hampshire. Ernest Tracy placed fourth in the mile run at this event, an outstanding achievement. 1011 IORDAN ,ss ' Lettermen. NEWBERRY'S FAMILY STORE " Mostly Self-Service " Ellsworth, Maine Tracy, Butts Merchant State Contestants Shllltflvllgf P. Farrell, Coach Sprague, R. Sawyer, F. Ior- dan. Snzlerif C. Crockett, P. Bunker, G. Crabtree, L. Kane. Urocs' Uoum' y Cross-country practice started September 27 with the following reporting: Paul Bunker", Larry Kane', Charles Crockett"', Bob Sawyer"', Peter Farrell"", lack Kelley, Stan Clough' and Freddie Iordan'. The boys practiced every day after school when the weather was suitable. The team participated in numerous meets against Pemetic, Bangor, Lee Academy Maine Frosh, Deer Isle, Stonington, Blue Hill and Bucksportg and the boys gave an im- pressive account of themselves in the Hancock County Meet. Paul Bunker. Larry Kane and Charles Crockett were outstanding for the Ellsworth team. IOE IORDAN '55 ' .Xwarilcd letter. I ...Q ' s G. 50 1 I . l , I - ig -J . , f gf f . x E N -QLGLEI' . I T I , is 46283 I X g a . , L36 'Lge :nf P Q: gn: -I - Q I ll fl A Tig K , ,, R , X - Z 1 Il X Carlisle. W. Rogers. C. Crockett. I. litles. ll, XX'ilsnn. K. White. I. Bridges. IIVVIIIII B. Young I Xu rlt li. Xoung, R. VVillt-v, C-iaclm l.el'.ige. lf. Gordon. C. Mcliennev, Il. lfnwlcr. ll. Weaver. E. H. S. BASEBALL 1954 Ellsworth's 1953 Eastern Maine Champion Baseball Team was piloted to another successful season this year by our new baseball coach, Robert LePage. Even though Five regulars from the team of 1953 had graduated, the team had another very successful season on the strength of some timely pitching and exceptionally fine play of the return- ing lettermen and promising U rookies. U The 1954 Eagles won eleven games and lost three. In the play offs for the coveted state crown, Ellsworth defeated Bangor, Iohn Bapst and Fairheldg then, for the second year in a row, faced Stearns of Millinocket for the Eastern Maine Crown. However, the victory string finally ran out and Stearns copped the crown behind the superb pitching of Terry Healey. The Ellsworth Eagles showed their usual style of fine play in the ball game which had its exciting moments. Lettermen returning were: Ierry Kane, shortstop: Iack Scott, catcher: Dick Willey and Iohn Edes, pitchersg Kent White, second baseg Arden Carlisle, center Heldg and Iohn Bridges, third base. Other team members were: Hilton Fowleri, Francis Gordon, Charles Crockett, Bernard Young, Iames Awalt and Glenn Rankin, outheldersg VVayne Rogers"', Charlie McKenney"', Ray Clark and Dave Wilson, infielders. Carlisle, Scott and Rogers also were included in the pitching staff. The managers were Barry Young and David Weaver". The Scores of the games: Ellsworth 2 Bucksport 7 Ellsworth 5 Bar Harbor 0 Ellsworth 32 Bar Harbor 5 Ellsworth 4 Iohn Bapst 0 Ellsworth 6 Bangor 2 Ellsworth 8 Sumner 3 Ellsworth 10 Blue Hill 1 Ellsworth 4 Mount Desert 0 Ellsworth 9 Bangor 2 Ellsworth 9 Fairfield 6 Ellsworth 9 Pemetic 1 Ellsworth 2 Stearns 8 Ellsworth 8 Bucksport 0 Ellsworth 4 Brewer 9 This year's team was an outstanding example of what team work can do for the good of all concerned. The team was well rewarded for its efforts. 1' .-Xwardetl lt-ttcr for first timt IOE IORDAN '55 Gfrk' 906211 ff-'71 T vb' EYVEIE H: Bark row, left to right: Mgr. M. Bernartlini, S. Butler, 1.. Lzissell. I. Colwell, Coach Plaistetl, A. Giles, S. Bunker, B. Farnsworth, Mgr. B. Partridge. Front row: M. S V n , 1 . . - . .tewc son, I. Boynton, B. Rane, D. Moon, X. Ciuite. L. llurlcy, N. Bond, B. A. Smith, I. Carney. Kneeling: Capt. S. Guite. EAGLETTES CAPTURE TWO TITLES The Ellsworth High School girls' softball team compiled an undefeated season of nine games, thus winning the Penobscot Valley Conference and Hancock County trophies. The girls also won the P. V. C. trophy in 1951, tied with Old Town in 1953, and won again in 1954 which entitles them to keep the P. V. C. trophy permanently. Coached by Miss Marjorie Plaisted, the sixteen-member squad had only four seniors on it which should be bad news for next year's opponents. SEASONS RECORD IS AS FOLLOWS: Ellsworth 40 Ellsworth 10 Ellsworth 17 Ellsworth 31 P. V. C. play-OH: NAME Bunker, Sally Guite, Vicki Colwell, lane Smith, Betty Kane, Beverly Guite, Susan Stevenson, Margaret Giles, Anitra Carney, lane Lassell, Lee Farnsworth, Betty Butler, Sharon Boynton, IoAnne Moon, Diane Hurley, Connie Bond, Nancy Bernardini, Mari St P Bucksport Sumner Bar Harbor Blue Hill Ellsworth 15, POSITION C. 3rd S.S. C. P. C.F. lst L.F. 2nd lst P. lst R.F. R.F. L.F. C.F. 2 Ellsworth 7 Bucksport 6 1 Ellsworth 20 Pemetic 7 6 Ellsworth 18 Bar Harbor 7 5 Ellsworth 34 Mount Desert 3 Old Town 10 TOTAL RUNS: Ellsworth 192, Opponents 47 AT BAT HITS AVERAGE WALKS 40 34 .850 3 41 26 .634 2 42 26 .619 1 5 3 .600 0 9 5 .555 0 38 21 .552 1 11 6 .545 0 23 12 .521 2 34 15 .441 12 25 10 .400 2 34 13 .382 6 6 2 .333 1 23 7 .304 0 11 3 .272 0 4 1 .250 0 9 2 .222 0 artridge, Beverly - Managers SALLY BUNKER '55 . . , - BASKETBALL CI Mr H1 1, mn! l XX esstl, Ci. Larlm. l. Smith I7 Nl n I S mmers. M. Xlonelmlm. B. Smith. N. Boynton K, fC 'A s Ynlufl. f Rl ' X63 v l Q . . ..U0...U J. by f?f K .1 h Plaistul lvfmf mn: 5. brim' . I. Larnei. li. Iiaxnt-. li. lfalnswortli, S. Bunker. B. hane, 6 Tk' ' Backefball Aided by the return ol' ten xeterans, the girls' basketball team. coached by Miss Marjorie Plaisted, completed their season with 7 wins and 2 losses. NVith the graduation ol' six members whose defensive and shooting ability has been outstanding, next yearls team will be lacking in experience, Sandra Crowe. Dee. Dec. 31 Ian. Ian. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb . Ip I X l Q Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth but not in enthusiasm. 27 Pemetie 25 Alumni 45 Pemetic 22 Bar Harbor 25 Bueksport 34 Bueksport 34 Mt. Desert 43 Bar Harbor 44 Mt. Desert Their capable manager was 24 22 19 ll 33 40 9 41 12 there here here here there here there there here Wrsify Uheerleaderc HO' XQXRSITY CTIIl-ll-1IlI.I-1.-XDISRS - ., L. . ' i ', 1 i.o-taptain NI, litin.u-lini. X. l-on-l. I, Xtsiiutli. I-. Iiiilritllge, Nl. Rowell, C lluiln f.o-taptain X . Cluite. The cheerleaders organized this year under the leadership of Miss Russell. The xarsitv squad was proxided with new maroon wool jumpers made by Mrs. David Carney. Throughout the foothall season, the remaining IHCIHlWCI'S of last year's cheering squads comhined to support our hard-playing toothall squad. A tha' 1 une- ll The varsity t'lieerle.ult'rs txune only In ihc glunes in groups of two to welcome the xisiting flu-crlc.ulers .ind to show them to iht' iliniu, uhiuh was used as a dressing room. fx P' t, 6 l.i't,l1'I.1lI1 5. in-rtlnii, l.. xhllllf, I. laglor, 5. llutlrr, 1 V . V 6'fieer!eaa'e1s' l. linntl. lim-t',llll.ll!l M. Sit-xensoii. tlliane llar ' nas .llistlll uhtu the picture was t.1lsen.7 Lllqw- . ll Q . r V 1 V xv ',5'2J-,X ,tg-EQ BL r s fe M J J sa Q t, . -sy, iid' ma VARSITY BASKETBALL 1954-1955 Front left to right: Charles Butts, Gerald Crabtree, Ronald Taylor, Richard Willey. VVaync Rogers. Back: Coach Charles Katsiaficris, Hilton Fowler, 'Terrence Spurling, It-fIrei Iowdry, Richard Merrill. After two years as State of Maine Class "LU Champs, Coach Katsiahcas and the Eagles faced a " building year U. On hand among the approximately 35 candidates report- ing for the call for basketball were the following lettermen: Dick Willey, Ronnie Taylor, Gerry Crabtree, Terry Spurling, Charles Butts, Dick Merrill and Ierry Kane. Besides these lettermen, Hilton Fowler and Iames Closson were brought up from last year's jay- vees. Coach Katsiaficas also picked sophomores XVayne Rogers, Edwin Rogers and Iefif Iowdry for varsity action. Once again the Eagles Went through another very successful season, not because they had a great advantage in height, but because they were willing to submit themselves to the leadership of their coach and giving what he requested - a fighting spirit and hustle in every game. The season opened with a 60-37 victory over the Pemetic Indians. A week later the Eagles pulled what was considered a major upset by routing the highly favored Old Town Indians, 67-51. This was the Eagles, 50th consecutive victory against Maine competition. The next week Ellsworth won its 51st straight victory at Bangor, defeating Iohn Bapst, 60-39. Then the skein came to an abrupt end as the Bangor Rams clipped the Eagles, 68-49. However the Ellsworth team and its followers proved by their fine sportsmanship that they could accept defeat as well as victory. The team held twin victories over Bucksport, Pemetic, Iohn Bapst, Presque Isle and Brewer, split with Old Town, Rockland, Bar Harbor and lost the single game to Bangor for an over-all record for the regular season of I3 wins and 4 losses. In a benefit game prior to the Eastern Maine Class " L" Tournament the Eagles exploded in the fourth period to bomb the Bates College Iayvees, 64-42. E 1 Blu 3 U L mf' ' V X ' I 5 'WE p l 'M' "MS-...h si, LHALK TIME You n mem' The Eagles entered the tournament rated fourth under the Heal Point System. Only two regulars from last year's team were on hand to help defend the state crown, but under the leadership of their coach, the team won its quarter finals game, beating XVinslow T5-47. However the score far from tells the story of this game, for the Eagles trailed the Raiders 4241. at the end of the third period. The next eight minutes of action produced a tourney record as Ellsworth hit the hoop from every angle for 3-f points. breaking the previous record for points in one quarter. and earn- ing the right to meet Bangor in the semi-finals. The Rams, who had stopped Ellsworth's long victory streak earlier in the season halted another Eagle win streak in the semi- final game: that being seven consecutive Eastern Tourney wins accumulated over three seasons. The Rams opened fast in the first period to take a 23-6 lead at the quarter mark. They con- tinued their remarkable shooting in the second quarter to take a commanding 40-18 lead at the half. llovvever the Eagles were far from finished and out-scored Bangor in each period of the second half. .-Xt one point mid-way through the final eight minutes, the Eagles brought the crovvd to its feet with a blast that cut the lead to I3 points. But time ran out on the Eagles and the Rams were in a 7456 victory. It was the final game in an Eagle uniform for Dick XVilley. Ronnie Tavlor and Uerrv Crabtree. They really played their hearts out as did their team mates in this one. and captured the admiration of all for their line sportsmanship. Butts on guard! it SCHLIJLJLIT. Tournamenf Dick NVilley was elected to the All-Tourney team. Ronnie Taylor was elected to the second All-Tourney squad and Wayne Rogers received honorable mention. This was a season in which the team compiled an excellent record, both in victories and sports- manship - one of which all Iillsworth's sup porters can very well be proud. P? Robers tanwfles' I llsw orth I llsu orth I llsu orth I llsu orth I llsnorth Lllsxxorth I llsu orth Lllsuorth I llsuorth Lllsworth I llswortli Lllsxs orth I llsxxorth Lllsworth I llsxs orth Lllsworth I llsxx orth I llsn orth I:Xb I llsxmrth I llswnrth emctic If-uclxsport O Ioun Iohn Bapst Bangor emctic resquc Isle Brewer Bar Harbor Bucltsport Rockland john Bapst Brewer OIL Ioun Bar Harbor Presque Isle Rocltland Bates INS IIRN NIXINIL 'IOLRNI X W insloxx D6 Bangor 'Iaylor takes it ap' Name Dick XX illey Ronnie 'laylor C crrg. Crabtrtc XX 'ix ne Rogers K hlrles Butts Terry Spurlim, Ieff Iowrlry Hilton Fonltr Fdwin Rogers lm llnsson jerry Ixanc Willey goes up' INDIY IDL it indisidu I XL SLORINC al scoring, was mild X D 12.73515 1 13 B XCR: Mgr. B. Young, R. Mvntliie. R. Sawyer. R. Spurling, I. Woods. I. lowdry. I. Walsh, Coach Xlhitrnorc. FRONT: I. .klX.llI, ki. tiartei. lf. tinrtlori. R. Scott. ll. lfowler. JAYVEES The Iunior Varsity had a very successful year even after many were switched to varsity or vice versa. Coach XYhitniore did an excellent ioh and pulled the team through with eleven wins against six losses. Bohhy Scott, with his good shooting and driving in which he was ably assisted hy lirancis Gordon, lcd the team. Spur- ling and Sawyer helped with their hard work on the hack hoards. stioklis Ellxworlfz V1'siIo1's EH.fll'Ol'll1 Visilor: 26 Old Town . ..-40 57 Bucksport 33 66 Penietic .. 22 33 Rockland ..... 43 41 Bucksport 34 68 Iohn Bapst .37 44 Iohn Bapst .-ll 32 Brewer ...,.... 38 32 Bangor .... -49 32 Old Town 68 59 Peinetic .. . 34 61 Bar Harbor . 36 47 Brewer .. 34 55 Rockland .,....28 75 Bar llarhor 52 --- -- 718 587 FROSH The Freshman Basketball 'I'eam has come a long way this year and promises many good athletes for the varsity and iayvees for the com- ing years. Under Coach Luce's excellent guid- ance they compiled, often against varsity oppo- sition. a fine record of which the whole school should he proud. Si IORI-QS Ellsworth Visifors Ellsworrh Vf,fiIOI'5 63 Brooksville H S 511 S3 Dr-pr Isle H S , 76 39 Deer Isle H S 51 70 Mt. Desert IVS .51 E. H. S. IYS M43 Sumner IVS ...... 46 . Bucksport Frosh 39 74 33 Stonington IVS 6-1 43 51 53 Mt. Desert IVS . 62 45 58 64 Old Town lr. H -W Sumner IVS ..,.,. 62 61 53 Castine H S ...... 59 Old Town Ir. H H4 Shop Team ....... 3-l BQXCK: 'I. Power. R. Dow. 'lf lov. R. Carr. I. Wlnte. l'. lfarrell. 1. Smith, R. Lakin. B. lfernald, Coach l.ut'e. ITRUYT: l. Kelley. ll. Wriglit. R .Xndt-rson. C. Lounder, A. Scott. gy- . ffoclr Xwvli ,MUN :., " ,L ' K . t vSi0Dl,, WNW" QI . E: gnu, uvsllfh vuslllll Me .lecfer Jokes .Xdyice to: The thin: Don t eat fast. The fat Dont eat fast Nlr Baker ftrafhc copj Look here lldy' Do you know what I mean when I put up my hand: Xlrss Russell I ought to Iye been a school teacher tor ten years Drclx NV1lley I came from 1 iamlly ol great baseball players Nly father was a famous baseball player Xlyron Iones What were you h1s hrst error Xlr Power Today we shall haye an oral lesson Ierry Kane Do we haye to pass ll 1n Ilulne Look I named my dog ben md thtn iound out he was a she what shall I Mr Power Call rt Ben Hur Nlr Sprague Why drdnt you shaye th1s mornmg I ewls Austrn I drd Nlr Sprague Well next tlme stand closer to the razor Iudge Why are you here? 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Corner Church and School Streets I l l 1 X -A A j Q x n r Bon or 5 EASTMAN S INC Masses and Laclles Wearlng Apparel Telephone l0bW Ellswor'l'l1 Marne cleARs kffllg CIGARETTES 503 W TOBACCO HANCOCK WHOLESALE TOBACCO Candy Specsalhes Compu-me fs of JOY'S GROCERY Qualify Firsl' Telephone 250 and 25l ELLSWORTH, MAINE L W JORDAN 8: SONS Incorporaied AMBULANCE 1 N 'TE Ellsworfh Maine BANGOR FURNITURE COMPANY INC 'Wx ""'N Complete House Furnishings Mm ' Guild Store for the State of Maine 84 88 HAMMOND ST BANGOR MAINE WIGHT S Spawn? Bangor Maine LEEN S ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE KNIGHT S TeIepI1one 94I6 AUTO SALES WI Get your ScI1ooI and 8k Office Supplies at Manufacturers and c. D. MERRIFIELD co., INC. Wholesalers Bangor, Maine 84 90 Exchange Street BANGOR MAINE rj! . D I ' . 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Compliments ot I I ' I FLYNN mu SALES FORD SERVICE funn sms Ellsworth Malne Telephone 121 .eff- Malne s Flnest BROOKSIDE RESTAURANT Ellsworth, Maine Q, f ,-f f 4 U A :g44t" ' N H Mobxlgai Al X ,N wW..,g.,4:,iig?9. K .QA wr' If 'S' S ' W ,f ' f C I ,1zF'.Sl'jfi V. . ,,,-f' Us R .. I I 0 F A 4 Q I THE HANCOCK COUNTY CREAMERY Vlsri' Our New Ice Cream Plan? FRESH MILK and CREAM ,-5. xx 2 7-8 h ' Al A ELLSWORTH X PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD f7fimcle mi' WILLEY S CIo'rI1mg Sfore ELLSWORTH MAINE LUCHINI s sPA Q rw an l BOWLING ALLEY '1 Phone I47 W W ,gr Plumbing Heahng Sheef Mefal Work ANDREW C. HANF Your Mobil Flame Bo++Ie Gas Dealer Caloric Gas Ranges awww Tel EIIswor'I'h 583W Wmfer Harbor II5 i Qi X I ',. - A ' 1 F . - ' L! l , , . ' . Telep one 286 .wg J A ' ' arm: F -Lb" I ' fl. .. .LM se vm-L ,' K X cf' -Y I I d I I x. 'In Q Open Evenings x N Q5-A X' . GRANT'5 DAIRY A. 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