Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)

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The Editorzol Board Of Ellfwortlo H zglo School GD' lhemnu The fefter 1957 ' 2 .11 !l'rwe:s:'s DOUGLAS MOON Lovehest of lovely thlngs are they The rose that l1ves 1ts httle hour Is prlzed beyond the sculptuled flower W1ll1am Cullen Bryant In lovmg memoly of our dear classmate Douglas Moon 2 . O' A ' 9 f I ' o On earth that soonest pass away. 44.4 f , .59 45' 'f0uQ NIR joux Wmrviokz NIR FRED SPR ICUE DEDIC XTION Beclust of your kindly lnttrest lll ill our problems xour IJIIILIII UIICICI standlnq IH our bthill md lol your hplp is our IQIYISOIS to tht Stmox C ltss uc dedxcate thc I9of JESTER to you XPPRILK I XT ION Our thanks to our PTIHCIIJZII Nlr Thurlou PIIIS md our former supcrm tendent Nlr Henry G PCTIQIIIS for thur slncele lntertst ln us lor thur con tmuous enclf, lvors to nnprou our school and lol tht XSISLIOIH thty h ave extuldul to us of Ellsworth Hlgh bchool .ay zu-4' 'Nw NIR Iuuuoxs PIIIN NIR Hrxru I'FRkIXS . ,V WK . 'ln ar ' ir' z.. ' ' . . . I ' I A . Il I' I , Y 1 ' I ' ' . 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Jenkins. V. Crockett, B. Herrick. Seated: C. Flynn, J. Alley, J. Kelley, L. Edes, P. Smith, J. Sommer. L 1. if. 'L-'X ' ' Q, ',vy 4 SENIOR EDITORS J. Merchant, C. Wallon, J. Partridge, J. Taylor, J. Giles, J. Pinkham. goal, success in the busy world of tomorrow. Underclassmen, do all that you can today so that you may make tomorrow different. Study all that you can, enter as many activities as you can handle well, and make as many friends as possi- ble. Your tomorrow will be diierent, better in every way-richer and fuller. In the following pages, we of the JESTER BOARD will attempt to show you how the students of Ellsworth High School are learning to make the most of every opportunity in the future. Margaret Grindle, Editor-in-Chief '57 J. Partridge, N. P N. Davis, M. Stevenson, W. Rogers, A. Lovell, M. Rowell. Il 6 rl 982, 'FLW' 0 ' ef Zta . QQ 2, fam, 'SO QQUEQQI age 'J' aeg- ' 1- 401-5' 0712 WW 34 0' Gwffz SENIOR SPECIALTIES arker, W. Rogers, L. Budway, D. Kemp, NEWS gersoll, R. Jones, M. Carney, P. Sullivan. rl 1 -as I ,. w Qu N K- T "ll :ff G. Rankin 1 I .S V Q .- fr LU' I r, X V , acu fy I ' 4 ,W ' W . , I ' xff f- 'f 2 l THURLOW PITTS Principal l I I ' Rv: !,,.,1 qw ,ez GEORGE D. LUCE, Submiastm' OLIVE E. FORTIER JAMES A. SMITH Head of Science Department Languages Head of English Depar RICHARD ARSENAULT MARY SMALL ADA R. MOORE English English Home Economics JOHN NI. VVHITMORE CLIFTON DAMON ROBERT SMALL Jlatlzematics Boys' P12 ysicavl Edzccatirm Music W 1 5 ' , 'Hi' .13 1 16 SARAH RUSSELL LEROY NIGHTINGALE . Hfidll of flu' Social Science Socuzl Sczence Department CHARLES K. ALLEN, JR. FRED A. SPRAGUE Ijr1'1'm' Trgfmjg I7?d?lSf1'iGI ANS . Z ESTELLE SPRINGER HARLAND L. DUNHAM Com mercial Com nzmwial They are our guides, philosophers, und friends. In part, to them the success of our future years. Q1 BIARJORIE PLAISTED Girls' Plzysirul E'lllll'l1ff07Z EUGENE LOVELY Sc'z'r'm'e' ELIZABETH DOIRON Home Economics we will owe Q1 is fs' 1'---v MARGARET GRINDLE Be a woman' on to duty Lend thy mfluence to each effort Valedxctorlan Band 1 2 3 All State Band 3 Chorus 2 4 De batxng' 1234 fVlC6 president 3 secretary treasurer 41 Maine Speech Festival 34 Science Fair 2 Jr Speakmg Winner 3 French Club 34 Commercial Club 3 Dra matics Club 4 Head Bank Teller 3 4 Basket ball 1 Intramurals 1 34 State One Act Play 4 Semor Varlety Show 4 Jester Board 34 fedltor in chief 41 F H A 1 Office Assistant 3 Librarian 4 Senlor Ball Committee 4 ftlcket chalrman1 Honor Sweater Award 3 Typing Awards 2 National Honor Society 3 4 fOfTicer 41 Usher 3 Eastern Maine Music CONSTANCE BAKER Comme She s gay and good humored complyzng and kmd First Honor Speaker Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 All State Band 3 Jumor Prom Commlttee 3 Dramatlcs Club 34 French Club 34 Commercial Club 34 F H A 2 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Student Council 2 One Act Play 3 Senlor Variety Show 4 Soft ball 3 4 Garnet and Gray Staff 2 Stage Crew 34 Office Assistant 4 Librarian 34 Class Motto 4 Semor Ball Committee 4 Typing Awards 3 High Honors 4 National Honor Society 4 Cfaoa of f 95 7 67544107-lh .N g Shoo! Pl ' l"" SHARON KAY YOUNG This above all to thme own self be true Salutatorlan Glee Club 1 Science Falr 2 Play Selection C0mmltte6 2 Usher 124 FHA 1 2 3 4 fH1stor1an 2 Vice President 3 News Reporter 41 Intramural Basketball 2 4 Typing Awards 2 3 Shorthand 4 Commerclal Club 3 4 fTreasurer 41 Llbrarian 3 4 Motto Commit tee 4 Athletic Assoclatlon Bookkeeper 4 ,, f I , 1 l N ll , ' 77 D 7 7 5 ' . ' 3 7 l ' 7 7 7 ' 7 I ' 1 1 3 - . , : Z . U Z l 7 7 J ' S A l 7 Q ' - 'K :A l 7 7 7 ' 5 Q 7 . 3 Q , . - -. S '. ' ' l . J 5. . S S , A : ' . . , 9 S ,. Festival 1,2,3,4g County Music Festival 2. 1 x I U ' i ' 77 ' 3 . . S . I . 3 ' rs 7 - ' - 7 7 7 7 I . s , 9 , ,S . 9 , g, . S a . , 3 - , . H ' H H I . ' Y! , -7 l ! 9 . I Y I S S 3 . ' 7 7 , 7 l , Q - - - 7 71 I 1 9 . ' 3 - g Q - r 1 . . 2 , 5 - s l ' , 5 : a l s ' h 5 3 EVA ARCHER "Merry of heart and light of spirit." F.H.A. 2,3,4g Bowling 1,2,4g Garnet and Gray 13 Stage Crew 1,23 Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Senior Variety Show 4. JANE AUSTIN "Do well and right, and let the earth sink." Band 1,2,3,4g Commercial Club 43 F.H.A. 2,3,4 lDegree Chairman 3, Secretary 41 5 Hot Lunch Personnel 3. JAMES AVVALT "Jimmy" "It is better to be small and shine than to be large and cast a shallow." Freshman Basketball 13 J.V. Basketball 2,33 Varsity Basketball 43 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Foot- ball Manager 23 Player 3g Cross Country 43 Varsity Club 1,2,3g President 43 Dramatics Club 3g Bank Teller 3. PATRICIA BOND "Patty" "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Student Council 3,4g Bank Teller 2,3g J.V. Cheerleader 25 Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Glee Club 2,3,4g F.H.A. 45 Garnet and Gray Staff 1g Bowling Team 3,4g Senior Variety Show 4. KATHERINE BoNsEY "Kay" "See in her eyes a reflection of friendship." F.H.A. 1,2,43 Glee Club 1,2,4g Cafeteria Per- sonnel 4g Senior Variety Show 45 Dramatic Club 3g Intramurals 1,2,43 Bowling 3,4. JOSEPH BOULETTE "Joe" "A few strong instincts and a few plain rules." Dramatic Club 1,2,3,4g Stage Crew 1,2,3g Track 13 One-Act Play: Stage Manager. CHARLES BRADBURY "Silent, yet you know he's there." DALE BRALEY Red A good name zs iather to be chosen than great vzches wus! I ,Wea NZ fa .,. fbi 5-Qtr' 5 fi ,A-' f N, V , I 'Q' Qo- LUCY BUDWAY "Her ways are ways of pleasarztness, and all her paths are peace." Baccalaureate Committee 45 John Bapst High School 1,25 Chorus 45 F.H.A. 3,45 Senior Snapshots lyearbookl 4. FREDERICK BUNKER "Fred" "Some of our greatest men were quzkzt fellows in their youth." Band 1,2,35 Intramurals 3,4. SHARON BUTLER "Elysz2m beauty, melancholy grace, brought from a pensive, through a happy place." Class Vice President 2,3,45 J.V. Cheerleader 25 Varsity Cheerleader 35 Softball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,45 Bowling 1,2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football Cheering 35 Com- mercial Club 3,45 News Club 2,35 Librarian 3,45 Majorettes 15 Dramatics Club 3,4 fPresi- dent 315 Garnet and Gray Staff 1,25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Yearbook Typist 45 Office Assistant 45 Make-up Crew 3,45 Commence- ment Ball Committee 4. BEULAH CARTER "Not 'much talk-a great sweet silence." Bowling 3,45 Librarian 35 Glee Club 1,2,35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. CHARLES CARTER "In every deed of 'mischwf he had a heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute." Intramurals 1,2,3,45 J.V. Basketball 2,35 Freshman Basketball 1. SYLVIA CLOSSON "Sally" "Fun gives me a forcible hug, and shakes laughter." Basketball 3,45 Bank Teller 1,45 Debate 25 Junior Speaking 35 Christmas Program ' Glee Club 1,25 Intramurals 3,45 Bowling Commercial Club 3,45 Garnet and Gray 25 Dramatic Club 3,45 F.H.A, 35 Spear Speaking Contest 45 State One-Act Play 45 Senior Variety Show 45 U of M Speaking. 3, 3: DANA CRAWFORD "Worth 'makes the man, and want of it the fellow." Class President 15 Track 1,2. NANCY DAVIS "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Librarian 35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Jester Typist 3,45 Jester Board 2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Dramatic Club 35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 fNewS Re- porter 2, Recreation Chairman, State 1st Vice President, Delegate to National Convention, Iowa State University5 Junior Homemaker Degree 3, Degree Chairman 41 5 Junior Speak- ing Semi-Finals 35 Class Secretary 25 Bowl- ing 3,45 School News Reporter 45 Bank Teller 1,25 Awards: Typing, Shorthand5 Usher 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Chairman Decora- tion Committee of Junior Prom 35 Decoration Committee 4. , N. A Gag Q 'Q av was-'Y Q 9' 'UN rt- "hr" Q? ,,,,y' My-U""J' wg.. -W if , , M i ,'V:, '75 ii '-N-., 219 , rw' J .i- - V',, f , V any-, I CHARLENE DE GARIBODY "Janet" "O, the heart is a free and a fetterless thing, A wave of the ocean, a bird on the wing!" DONNA DoBB1Ns "Magnificent spectacle of human lw.ppiness." F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 tSecretary 3, Vice President 453 Hot Lunch Personnel 1,3,4g Bowling 3,45 Graduation Ball Committee 4. MALCOLM EDGECOMB "Friday" "Content to live, this is my stay I seek no more than may suffice." LESTER Foss , Jr. "Flattop" "Rejoice, O young man, in thy youth." Baseball 4. JOSEPHINE GILES "Jo" "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low An excellent thing in a woman." Garnet and Gray Staff 1g High School News Club 1g Basketball 1,33 French Club 3,43 Dra- matics Club 3, Librarian 2,33 Bowling 3,43 gofgball 2,35 Yearbook Staff 3,43 Debate u 1. FACUNDO GONZALES "Fai" "Live while you live the epicure would say." Football 2,33 Chorus 1,2,3g Baseball 13 Track 1,23 Dramatics Club 45 Varsity Club 3,43 In- tramurals 1,2,4g Basketball J.V. 3. FRANCIS GORDON "In action faithful, in honor clear." Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Band 15 Glee Club 1,23 Varsity Club 1,2. JACQUELINE GORDON "Jacquie" "Virtue is bold, and goodness never fearful." F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 fVice President 2, President 33 3 Glee Club 1,25 Dramatics 3g French Club 3,43 Yearbook Stal? 3,43 Junior Prom Committee, Co-Chairman of Decoration 33 Office Assistant 45 Graduation Ball Committee 4: Baccalau- reate Committee 4g National Honor Society 43 Honors. 'tts' L' w 5-f ' 5 ' " Q' 7 Aa X. Av. Chg .ijt 40? 'iv ir-5, js., tx. f' i,40" '6- .Qnv"" '91 N H JUDITH INoERsoLL "Judie "A budding rose above the rose full bloiunf' Glee Club 1,23 Commercial Club 3,43 F.H.A. 1,2 fOfTlcer 213 Student Council 2,3,43 IOFH- cer 413 Class Secretary 43 Bank Teller 2.3, Typing Awards 2,33 Bowling 3,43 Office As- sistant 1,2,33 Garnet and Gray 13 Jester Board 3. HAROLD JOHNSON "Let the great world spin forever down the ringing grooves of change." FREDERICK JORDAN "Fred" "Go, ponder well and patiently, Not knowing what your thought may yield." Cross Country 23 Track 33 J.V. Basketball 33 Varsity Club 4. PERRY JORDAN "And act thru life's short scene the useful part." Class President 43 Dramatic Club 3,4 fPresi- dent 413 Commercial Club 3,4 fVice President 413 Office Assistant 43 Typing Awards 2.3,43 State One-Act Play Contest 2,43 One-Act Play 33 Senior Variety Show 43 Glee Club 2,3 lVice President 313 Junior Speaking Finalist 33 Bank Teller 43 Debate Club 2,3,4 fPresident 413 Garnet and Gray 2g Junior Prom Com- mittee 33 Maine Speech Festival 3,43 Eastern Maine Music Festival 33 Spear Contest 4. BEVERLY KANE "Bev" "She walks the waters like a thing of life, And seems to dare the elements to strife." Basketball 1,2,3,4 tCaptain 3,413 Bowling 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Softball 1,2,3,4Q One-Act Play 3,43 Garnet and Gray 23 Glee Club 2,33 Commercial Club 3,43 Dramatic Club 3,43 Stage Crew 1,2,33 Office Clerk 43 Typing Awards 33 Assembly Club 2. DORIS KEMP "I do love thee as each floiver lores the sun's life-giving power." Glee Club 1,21 F.H.A. 1,2 fOfllC9I'1j Office As- sistant 3,43 Senior Statistics 43 Bowling 3,43 Jester Typist 3,43 Baccalaureate Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 3. MARNA LARSON "God giveth speech to all, song to a. few." Glee Club 1,2,3,4 1Pianist 3,413 F.H.A. 1,2,3,43 Eastern Maine Music Festival 2,31 State of Maine Music Festival 3. ARLENE LOUNDER "In zroman is all truth and sfeaflfastizessf Dramatic Club 33 French Club 3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4Q Bowling 2.3,43 Junior Prom Committee 33 F.H.A. 43 Librar- ian 33 Garnet and Gray 23 Stage Crew 23 One-Act Play 33 Class Secretary 3. A Gi. .1 vu.. I 63" 4.4 iw". -X351 1 1 N N K wit, 'H-1 qv-s F '. , ' K .lj -A 1,111 A J fi , . Q-9-.,.,,-.3 i 5 -' lslrlffhtsfffw-f -" f 1 1, ix A .. V 'xxx 4 s.iaGiiamlAiQwLAQn.M .v at 5 adiihmi Mk- If, ,ary ,I ANNE LOVELL "Sweetest melodies are those that are by distance made more sweet." Band 1,2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Dramatics Club 35 All-State Orchestra 2,3,45 Soloist Eastern Maine Festival 35 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Variety Show 45 National Honor Society 3,4 tVice President 41 5 Honors 4. ENIO MADRELL "Silent, yet you know she's there." Summit High School N.J.1,25 Basketball 35 Dramatics Club 35 IntI'amural Basketball 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Student Council 45 Student As- sociation Bookkeeper 45 F.H.A. 45 Librarian 45 C.T. Awards 3. SANDRA McKI:owN "Her eyes as stars of twilight fairg Like twilight to her dusky hair." JANET MERCHANT "Let gentleness my strong enforcement be." Intramural 25 Garnet and Gray 1,25 Bowling 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 French Club 3,45 Librarian 4. CLAIRE RIORGAN "With malice towards none, charity for all." Senior Ball Committee 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 F.H.A. 2,3,45 One-Act Play 35 Cafe- teria 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 35 Typing Awards 2. NEIL BIORRISON "A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays, and confident f07Yl07'7'0'1l'S.H Calais 1,25 Senior Ball Committee 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Stage Crew 35 Dramatics Club 45 Snow Ball Carnival 35 Class Will 4. NATALIE PARKER "Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the soul." Band 1,2,3,43 Clwrus 1,2,3,45 Bowling 1,2,3,45 F-H-A- .1,2,3,4 lDegree Chairman 2, Treasurer 3, President 435 Commercial Club 3,45 Office Help. 35 Bank Teller 45 Yearbook Staff 4 tSen1or Specialtiesj. JOHN PARTRIDGE "Behind at frowning providence he hides a- shining face." Band 1,2,3,45 Stage Crew 3,45 Track 2,35 Dra- matics 3,45 One-Act Plays 3,-15 Junior Speak- ing 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Ball Commit- tee 4. SM , ,551 ffirbi ljg few.- 'gig 'RK as-fi .X 'If' l:ff'f5rlX - e 'Hd tm., ,4-, Quiri- 'v 11:7 N-.I N-.1 ff.. 3 JANICE PINKHAM "She does things well-and she does everything." Band 1,21 Jester Board 3,43 National Honor Society 3,4 tSecretary 453 Commercial Club 3,4 CPresident 453 School Cashier 43 Typing Awards 2,33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Li- brarian 3,43 Dirigo Girls' State 33 Office As- sistant 43 High Honors. GLENN RANKIN "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread." Baseball 13 Basketball J.V. 3g Basketball ln- tramural 1,2,43 Glee Club 33 Dramatic Club 3,43 Stage Crew 4. JANE REYNOLDS "My true love hath my heart, and I have his." Glee Club 1,2,3,43 F.H.A. 2,3,43 Dramatics Club 33 Senior Variety Show 4. EDWIN ROGERS 'fEddie" "The lion is not so fierce as they paint him." Freshman Basketball 13 Varsity Basketball 2,33 Football 1,2,33 Baseball 43 Cross Country 43 Track 1,2,3,43 Student Council 1,2,3,4 iTreasurer 2, Vice President 3, President 453 French Club 3,4 lPresident 453 Band 1,2,3,4 tTreasurer 353 Varsity Club 2,3,43 Dramatic Club 2,3,4 fVice President 453 Junior Prize Speaking 33 Dirigo Boys' State 3. WAYNE ROGERS "Victory is a thing of will." Athletic Council 43 Basketball 2,3,4 fCaptain 453 Football 1,2 fCaptain 253 Chorus 1,23 Dramatic Club 3 fPresident 353 Class Officer 3 iPresident53 Intramurals 2,33 Bank Teller 1,23 Yearbook 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Boys' State 33 School News 1. MARGARET ROYVELL "There is no wisdom like fra11k1zess." Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Bowling 2,33 Intramural Basketball 1,23 Chorus 1,23 Debate Club 1,25 Librarian 2,3,4Q Junior Speaking 33 Maine State Speaking Contest 33 Dramatic Club 3,43 Yearbook Staff 3,43 French Club 3,4 QSecre- tary 453 Bank Teller 33 News Club 23 Class Officer 1 1Treasurer53 Class Marshal 3,43 National Honor Society 43 Honors 4. CLARENCE SANBORN "They 'muy know the workman by his work." L px, . ' Tiff' 16544- Jgt. 5 "bf 3,3 Y'--'f' ,J 1 41" f ,,..-W or WW' CLYDE SARGENT An honest man close buttofned to the chm iz 3 . 5 ,W -f ' , ' - ,, X .6 Broadcloth without, and a warm. heart within vi WO' r f it .. ilk- 'Q' .4!"' .iw BETTY ANN SMITH "Thou hast no sorrow in thy songs No winter in thy year." Stage Crew 1,2,3,45 Varsity Basketball 1,25 Bowling 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Softball 1,2,3,45 Jun- ior Speaking Finalist 35 J.V. Cheerleader 45 Commercial Club 3,4: Class Treasurer 2,3,45 Dramatic Club 3,4 l0Hicer 415 One-Act Play 3,45 Majorette 15 Office Assistant 45 Garnet and Gray 15 Attendance Award 1,2,45 Senior Variety Show 45 Junior Prom Committee 3. CAROL SMITH "Small service is true service whik it lasts." Glee Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 f0Hicer15 Hot Lunch Personnel 2 fCashier 415 Bowling 45 Senior Variety Show 45 Maine State Music -Festival 3,45 Eastern Maine Music Festival 3. MARGARET STEvENsoN "Officious, innocent, sincere Of every friendless name the friend." National Honor Society 3,4 fPresident 41 5 Li- brarian 2,3,45 fHead Librarian 415 French Club 3,4 QVice President 415 Jester Staff 3,45 Baccalaureate Committee 45 Graduation Ball Committee 45 Office Assistant 2,35 Class Will 45 Class Marshal 3,45 News Club 15 Debate Club 15 Bank Teller 15 Student Council 15 Class President 25 One-Act Play Contest 25 Junior Speaking Finalist 35 Softball 1,25 Bowling 2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 fCo-Cap- tain 415 Honors 4. EUGENE STEWART "Base all actions on a principle of right." Bar Harbor H. S. 1,25 District Health Com- mittee 45 Science Fair 45 Senior Variety 'Show 4. EARLE S'rovER "Labor is better reward than lucre." Band 25 Glee Club 2. JANICE TAYLOR "Character tells in all comiiticms of life." J.V. Cheerleader 25 Varsity Cheerleader 35 Bowling 2,35 Intramural Basketball 25 Chorus 1,25 Bank Teller 2,45 One-Act Play 25 Jester Typist 3,45 News Club 25 French Club 3,45 Usher 15 Dramatic Club 3,45 Stage Crew 3,45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Prom Com- mittee 45 Class Night Committee 45 National Honor Society 45 Honors 4. JUANITA WALKER "The secret of success is constancy of purpose." Glee Club 1,2,45 F.H.A. 1,2,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Usher 15 Librarian 45 Hot Lunch Personnel 1,2,35 Bowling 4. CAROLYN WALLON "Wisdom is ofttimes nearer when we stoop Than when we soar." Glee Club 1,3,45 Cafeteria 35 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Band 35 French Club 3,45 Yearbook Staff 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Bowling 45 Junior Speak- ing Preliminaries 3, 'ai' 5. N. I Q 6 v-u. f' x 11" 'Pb- ,al . gif haf' . 1557 an ,. ikx 'V' is My 'lr-gg ' JOHN WALSH A youth to whom was given So much of earth, so much of heaven. Freshmen Basketball 19 J.V. Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3,4g Intramural Basketball 1,33 Baseball 2,3,4g Cross Country 4g Track 43 French Club 3,43 Varsity Club 4. LINDA WHITE Elegant as simplicity, and warm as ecstasy. J.V. Cheerleader 2,35 Bowling 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3g Office Assistant 1,2,4g Football Cheer- leader 2g Commercial Club 3,45 French Club 2,3,4g Dramatics Club 3,4g Garnet 8z Gray Staff 1,25 News Club 3g Stage Crew 3,43 Soft- ball 33 Librarian 4. NANCY WILBUR Friends, those relations that one makes for one's self. Cafeteria Personnel 1,2,3,4g Library 4g French Club 3,4. JAMES WOOD The road to success is hard to climb. Freshmen Basketball lg Freshman Class Offi- cerg J.V. Basketball 2. GALE BRADFORD A perfect woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort, and command. Belmont, Mass. 1,2,3g Glee Club 4g Cornmer- cial Club 4. 16 '26 5' ah '4-'ltrn 0l1'll'n0llC0l'l'l2I'l! ,W A pI'0gl'dl'll Sunday June 16 8 00 P NI Baccalaureate Wednesday June 19 8 00 P 'VI Pres1dent s Address Class Hlstory Class Prophecy Class Glfts Class W1ll Thursday June 20 8 00 P'VI Salutatorlan Honor Speakers Frlday June 21 9 00 P M NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Senlors M'ug11et Stevenson Pres Anne Lovell Vlce Pres Ma1g'1ret C11ndle TIQWS Janlce Plnkham Sec Constance Baker Nancv Davls Iacquellne CO1 don Pe1rx Jo1dan Fnld TVI'lfllQll lN1t1l1e Pfukel M xrgaret Row ell Janlce THWIOI .Iunmrs Ifzck Kellex Sallx Blfusdell MHIIOH Coughlm Je mette Acke1m'm Ve1n11d C1ockett Joan Somme1 HIC HEST HONORS lArIllLl.lQtCllI1fllL Const mce I lkfl Sh non Y oungz J nmce Pmkham Class Nlght Perry Jordan Glenn Rankm Francls Gordon Enld 'Vladrell ECINVIH Rogers Vlargaret Stevenson Malcolm Edgecomb Jamce Taylo1 N911 NIorr1son Commencement Sharon Young Constance Baker Jamce Pmkham Margaret G11ndle Commencement Ball HONORS 'XI 112' lret Rowell N lncy D xx lS Iacquehne C01 don Fnld M 1d1ell Anne Lox ell Ianlce T IX 101 Dor1s Kemp NIa1g' 11 et Stex enson Fl9fl9I'lCk Bunker Ianet 'NIe1chant PCIIV Io1d'1n Iuchth Ingersoll NI1t1l1e P uker C arolw n W allon CI ASS OFFICERS Pmszdent Perrx IOIIIZIH I em P11 serif nf Sharon Butler Sffnfm If Jlldlth Inge1soll T1 mszlrm Betts Ann Smlth Cl ASS NIOTTO Ixfe IS not a gob let to be dl uned but 1 measu1e to be filled fl ASS FI OW FR Blue and Whlte C11 n ltlOIIS CI ASS COI ORS Plue 1nd Whlte CI ASS ADX ISORS 'XIr Spmgue M1 II h1tmo1e 17 , , . .1 . ,Y ,Y .Y H YYY-Y Y- VYYY H-ann- , , I .L . . 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I 1 4 1 . 1 1 ' - .AA L K, A L 1 A I 1 , . 7 ' - NAME Archer Eva Austm Jane Awalt Jlmmle Baker Connle Bond Patty Bonsey Katherme Boulette Joe Bradbury Charles Bradford Gale Braley Dale Budway Lucy Bunker Frederlck Butler Sharon Carter Beulah Carter Charles Church Judy Closson Sally Crawford Dana Davls Nancy deGar1body Janet Dobbms Donna Edgecomb Malcolm Foss Lester fJr Glles Josephlne Gonzales Fal Gordon Francis Gordon Jacqule Grlndle Margaret Ingersoll Judle Johnson Harold Jordan Freddy Jordan Perr Kane Beverly Kemp Dorls Larson Marna Lounder Arlene Lovell Anne Madrell Emd McKeown Sandra Merchant Janet Morgan Claire MOIFISOH Nell Parker Natalle Paltrldge John Plnkham Jamce Rankm Glenn Reynolds Jane Rogers Edwxn Rogers Wayne Rowell Margaret Sanborn Clarence Sargent Clyde Smxth Betty Ann Smlth Carol Stevenson Margaret Stewart Eugene Stover Earl Taylor Jamce Walker Juanlta Wallon Carolyn Walsh John Whlte Llnda Wllbur Nancy Wood Jlmmle Young Sharon FAVORITE SONG True Love Slngmg The Blues Too Much Youll Never Walk Alone Crazy Wxth Love Clndy Oh Cmdy On My Word Of Honor Blueberry H111 Wonderful One Moonllght Gambler Walklng In The Ram On My Word Of Honor Danny Boy Love Me I Love My Baby C1 azy With Love Love Me Tender Blueberry H1ll Tenderly Don t Be Cruel Ill Be Home Moonllght Gambler It Takes A Worrled Man The Heel Moonllght Gambler Young Love True Love T1 ue Love Faded Summer Love Lay Down Your Arms Old Shep Marlanne Love Me Walk1ng In The Ram Banana Boat Lay Down Your Arms Love Me Tender You Don t Know Me After The Llghts Go Down Low Bluebelry H111 Temptatlon Love Is Strange Young Love Tram Of Love True Love Hound Dog True Love Nlght Lights Rlp It Up Temptatlon Blueberly Hlll I Want To Be Evll True Love Young Love Playmg For Keeps Twelfth Street Rag It Takes A W0l1l6d Temptatlon True Love Slngmg The Blues Unchalned Melody Moonglow True Love Hound Dog Allegany Moon Man YEN FOR W M P Graduat1on Money Fun Graduatlon Servlce June Z3 Money HZPPIHQSS G11ls A Man Money R C M A Jukebox Baby Edward The Femmlne Sex Florlda West Sullivan June 20 1957 A new car Money Branch Pond Glrls and a Blg M i575 Waltham Road lune 23 success Palm Beach Bunk House Money Graduatlon raduatlon Graduatlon June 20 1957 Oberlln C E N Happlness Dlck D W Partles 1961 57 Oldsmoblle Vacatlons Glrls Oct 57 Money car ha runs June 61 Money A good time A tt ALofUofM June 20 Craduatlon Graduatxon Graduation Graduatlon 55 Chevle C L Y June Arlzona Graduatlon A W QHJOI' WHAT I ENJOY MOST IN SCHOOL P 0 D 3 15 E T 4th perlod Mr Sprague and Mr Dam Talklng wlth Mr Smith M Basketball games Lookmg at th 56 la plctures 3 15 bell Talklng 3 15 Sophomole year N acatlons 7th peuod Noon Hour Room C 7th perlod Maklng eyes Mrs Sprlnger Study Hall Mr Sprague and F Vacatlons Room D softball Watchmg the glrls Noon hours P O D Basketball games Vacatxons Noon houls Gym perlod 3 15 Sports Vacatlons Mr and Mrs Small 3 15 Band Senlor year 7th p6l10d 3 15 Study Hall Dances M1s Sprlnger Noon hours 7th perlod Noon hours Days I dldn t Basketball Joe Boo Mr Sprague Recess Noon hours Noon hours Cheermg P O D class Noon hour Joe Boo Study Hall 3 15 Sports Noon hours Mr Smlth s Engllsh classe 3 15 Mr Smith s Enghsh classe I 1 1 an I7 , 7 H . . ,, . .- I - ' u 11 ' - u 1 V' " ' ' 14 - 11 - A l ' . 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' ' sa 11 V . , . . - u 11 ' 7 ' . , B. s. . - SGHJGK FAVORITE EXPRESSION Oh Lord' Oh No' Gosh Tee Hee Ulart' Oh for prty sakes' I don t know Oh Shucks Hr krd' Holy Cow' Oh no' Jeepers' Jumpm ' Lrve It Up Hey Charlre You re krddrn Hr Honey Gosh No sweat' 0 v To heck wrth 1 0 v Burler' Hey Sugar' Steve Gosh' Stuprd' Oh no' Roarrn ole snake ea Oh' I dont know My word' Well' Oh Dana Sh sh sh I dont know Oh yeah' Lord' Gee s Jumpm Gee s Oh no' Thats all rrght Holy ole knot hole Gee s Cryrng out loud' Oh' really 7 Oh' Oh Oh Oh that s swell' Keep strll wrll you Oh for heaven sakes' Swell' Huh' Oh for heaxen sakes' Isnt that a rrot gh' for heaven sakes Thats real nrce Oh really' Wretched' Oh no! I FAVORITE PASTIME Przza Partres Readrng Parkrng Sleeprng Eatrng przza Lrstenrng to musrc Dancrng Sports Talkrng Parkrng Partres Playrng, trumpet Eatrng, Eatrng Grrls and Partres Talkrng to P S Lrstenrng' to Elvis Hot rodrng Tearrng around Partres Clalorng, to Bangor Sat nrghts Drana Bangor Dancrnpf and Pfrrtres Parkrnq Cookrnf., Lrstenmg to musrc Wrshrng Bunk Hou e Dancrng' Sl eprng P V B Musrc Buyrng arr mall stamps Playrng' the flute Berng wrth a certarn guy Dancrng Berng mrschlevous Rrdlng Horses Franklrn 'Vlusrc Brown s Xlusrc Shop Dancrng Dancrng' Dancrng' Sleeping Srngrng the blues Partres Hot rodrng Women Marravrlle Srngrng and talkrng Partres Dancrng Chasrn the grrls Partres Parklng Wrrtrng letters Sports Beech Hrll Pond Sleeprng Hot rodrng Dancrng UNI IK ELY FUTURE Teacher Skrn drver' Host anythrng' P ychlatrrst Hell drncr Opera srngber Ubang,r HOLls8XVlf6 Old mard A mother Housewrfe Husband Head hunter Drill press operator An antr socralrst Wrestler Carrrer woman Nlarrrage Bus drlver Teacher Old mrrd Lady wrestler Bachelor Ellsworth Bubble dancer Bar Nlard Bull I-rghter Nlodel Nlortrclan Bachelor Doctor Ballerrna dancer Secretary Krng Opcra srnger Presrdent of U S Srnger Operarst L rdy wrcstler Har r r use Prcklc cutter Bookkeeper Eles rtor operrtor Ho rscurfe Housexxrfe Husband HOUS8XVlf6 Layout m rn Teacher rt If IIS NIarrru.,c B rller ln 1 dancer Teacher Aerralrst Deep sea dryer Teacher A father Lady wrestler Nlox re star Genrus Yuke drlver Nurse Nlrllronarre Teacher IIKILIY PLILRIL Houscwrfe Nursrng NI rrrrage Tcachcr Houscurfc Xl aves To gct hooked Navy Good Wrfe Army 'Nlurse 'Vlusrcran Secretary Wrfe A babysrtter Housewrfe Love and marrrage Servlce Wrfe Nlarrrage Photographer Servrce 'Vavy Beachcomber Nlarmes or lNavy Nlarrrage College Secretary Secretary Janrtor at the Bunk House Bachelor Secretary Wrfe Wrfe Wrfe Tcacher W rfe Dancrng 'Nlurse Teachrng rrdlng Nlarrrage Teacher Ser vrce Commercral teacher 'Klan Wrfe Musrcran Travelrng Physrcal theraprst Army Electrrcal engrneer Teacher Nurse Teacher -X happy x mderer Carpenter VVrfe Housexxrfe Houseurfe Wrfe Nlrssronarx Servrce Bookkeeper I A , J , , . , I . . 1 Q Sw I ' 1 ' - , . , . . L , A . A nf A ' A 2 .'. . . . 5 I ' ' A' H ' ' ' ' . . . . . 'D V h' -' ' 'V ' , , . . . ' -1 K" r - '. B. r' r. ty ' . , .y - ' . A A ' , . . ' L . 0.K. f - A .- . . r I v 1 . , . . I '. ' 1 ' y, , ' 1 , . . . . ,' . . , . . .W ' , . . Y A . . .', ,. , ' h. ' ' f ' . ' .' ' .. . r 4 tl . S. . - ' h. . . . A , . .V 4 l , . A ' ' . . . r " A ' . V' " ,- - . 1 S - , ' . Q A . ' .'. K . ' ' h d. s - ! 'Y ' ' I don t care Stayrng up late Cowboy Engmeermg . Y D . V - v 'Q . K ' y ' l - ' ,' r I 1 I ' ' ' ," . . 1 . U' ' . . A. 7 ' - I 1 ' v . ' ' -i S 2 , . , L , r . 1 , . . ,- ' .' ' Oh - - - ... : . .. - , . . r 9 , v, , - I' ' . 1 , . ,Q . 2 . I , ' I . ' x v ' 4 v. 1 v - ' . " ' ' ' . . . l . L - 'Q 1 A . ' , . I . . u . , r a 1 4 1 4' ,, ' , . I . . - ' 1 I .Nz ,., , ! r , . D i - Z u - s ' 7 4 ' v S . . v ,Z . . . D A v 1 ' . ' ' . -B. ' V ' . . ' - r g vz - ' . U' D ,L . . . , I . ' . . . . ' 1 - ? i . g 1 , 1 u .- ' .. ' , , I ' v h. - - , . . , . I 1 . . . . ' ! A' -1m15? 'Q .24 Hgh in .jvlofgfwoocl 1.411 .. 1' x Q7 ,,,,,.......- f,,,, W '- . H , I 1 1 L ,ii . pig, E M , u, ms' 1 . ,. . f wfmfhi' ,4 I' gs , , , " J " " ' X T I ' 1 3,2 f ,N 1' - E , E In ,"x Q 3 33 I, A ,,.. .wiv : tM R Wi, A ' 11 'if 'Li Q ' 1 , ,W 4 . ,, A,, W, xg, - 'M' 'Y -J , 'f 5 w ' v , k:f4filwll4'.l1'5 c 9 Q4-f . v 4 f' s Q f 1 4 , I - ?Q1?j'. W .-e 01 43 ' -Lg 4-4.1 Q Q1 511 '7' " 'H if 'f ff , - L- 5- sg KAR: , "' ' 'V ' , . ' I , ml, ,,-Www V uf 4. ?5fQfl,i Y 7 fo If fi 143 ' 7 ' . sf V 1 s-9 In 'W' U' 7 Y 7 if 4' 2 'Q v .1 A . ' , i , ww ar' fi ,- ' yr 30 you Qfllelllgel' 'IM . it ell? I M. 'Stir xy 55 L' AX z' A4 X w 6 ,yn ,J X J: 5 n Q, r ' 4 ,N 'Q' vi 1' fl' I F:-B .,1'1r 1 xnfwz V7 ii, , t' f""' ':1, . 4 'ml '- S54 1 1 4, ff? .W sb?" j -I7 Q , 1 GROUP A F1ll er up A Lovell Love that smlle K Bonsey Wasnt that funny" S Butler Gee Howd I get up so h1gh'7 D Dobblns Where s my plpe' G Rankln Nlce kltty J Walker Get up scout' N Davls A llttle mother Sharon and Barrle Young Wanna r1de'7 P Jordan The gnl next door D Dobblns School daze H Johnson Just sleeplng M Stevenson Passed that test' J Boulette Why so sad? P Bond What a doll' B Phllllps Smlle pretty L Foss Why so ser1ous'? J Patrldge Frlends S Ashmore and B Carter Watch the blrdle' B Carter Bathlng Beauty M Rowell Love that water' J AUSLIH Hold that pose' A Lounder Three Musketeers' Lucy Barbara and Ed ward Budway GROUP C Catchlng files E Archer All set? C Flynn L Whlte J Gordon 'VI Stevenson andJ Giles The mornlng after S Butler J Ingersoll D Kemp and L Whlte Shlpmates S Closson and B Kane Spragues Helpers Study Hall A Heave Ho' Senlor glrls Love that Ford' J Ingersoll Sophlstlcated J Taylor Sleeplng on the Job P Bond Frlends B Smlth and J Pmkham Dont I make a cute Mar1ne" S Butler Clowmng around Semor boys Llvmg It up' An octopus? J Taylor J Glles Isn t love grand" J Awalt and E Tardlff Llne up Senlor boys Wxll she ever go aga1n" C Sanborn and J Partridge Frlendly get together Mr Damon Mr Sm1th and Mr Lovely GROUP SCHOOL DAZE Closson Smlth Kemp Lovell Bond Glles Whlte Coughlln Kane Ingersoll Pmkham Whlte Gordon Partrldge Parker J Pmkham andJ Gordon Gordon and D Austm Edes J Glles J Gordon W Rogers Jowdry C Flynn and C Butts Park Street School M Stevenson J Ingersoll L Whlte and M Rowell Enjoylng the snow M Stevenson J Glles M Rowell and L Edes GROUP D Moore School Cheerleaders M Carney P Put me down' B Kane and S Closson Im a blg g1rl now J Cralg Study Hall Chatter Bashful' J Laffln E Tardlff F Getchell Bunkhouse Blues' B Rogers All ready for snow J Brown Looklng for something? R Jenklns J Phllllps J Daley S Sargent R Jude Anderson D Carter Don t let the sun get ln your eyes K York Kay Bonsey Let me down' J Pmkham D Dobbms Just another bad day R Davls What a rlot J 'Vlerchant B1g shots' M Keep B Clarke M Carnev Happy go lucky N MOFTISOH A day on the rocks S Butler L Whlte and I Ingersoll B- ' ' , . 1. S. ' , . 2. B. ' ' . . . 3. D. , ' ' . . ' 4. A. ' ' . . ' 5. P. ' ' , . 6. J. ' ' . . ' 7. L. ' ' - , ' 8. M. ' ' ' . . 9. B. '- , . ' 10. J. , . 11. J. ' ' , . 12. L. ' . . 13. J. , . 14. J. ' . . " 15. N. , . ' , . ' , . 16. J. . ' ' , . ' 17. L. , . ' , . , . ,J. ' ' ' , , 18. ' , . 19. . , . , . ' , . ' ' 20. ' ' - . , . ' , 1. , . , . , , I Behr, P. Boss, J. McKenny, and J. Brown . . , .I , . , .. 3' , . . , ' . - ' I 4. ' , , f " ' ' ' 5. . . ' : . . 6- - I ' g 7. . , ' ' 8. . . , , 9. . . ' ' : , 11. . ' ' , . , . ' , . ,N. , ' ' 3 i 12. . ' . - ' 13. ' ' z . . . . U ' 14. ' t ' ' 15. . . ' , . ' , . . ' . - 16. . . ' - . - 17. ' . .1 - - Q u g 18. ' . . , . , . l ' . 19. . . ' ' : , , , 20. . . , , ' , 27 may .. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: M. Coughlin, Treas- urer, J. Kelley, President, J. Sommer, V. Presidentg R. Jones, Secretary. .Simior C4155 7701415 The class officers elected this year are: President, Perry Jordan, Vice President, Sharon Butlerg Secretary, Judith Ingersoll: Treasurer, Betty Smith. ' The Seniors have had a few projects this year to make money for graduation. We have sold stationery and handled concessions. There has been a great deal of activity in the senior class this year, and the greater part of the spare time has been devoted to preparations for graduation. Judith Ingersoll, Secretary. unior C4155 Wofea The Junior Class strived hard this year to prepare themselves for the future by working with the realization that their High School Education would soon be over. We all understood that High School was not just a place for fun but also a place for hard work and concentration. The Class of '58 opened this year with a total enrollment of 66 stu- dents. During the year Irene Murch transferred to St. Louis, Missouri, and Rachel Sargent went to Higgins Classical Institute in Charleston. New students joining the class this year were Diane Keeping from Newport, Maine and Joseph Lassell from Bradford. The Junior Class advisors are Mrs. Small, Room C3 Miss Plaisted, Room D and Mr. Dunham, Bookkeep- ing Room. Rosalie Jones, Secretary. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: B. Smith P Jordan S. Butler, J. Ingersoll ROOM C First Row, Seated: C. Flynn, J. Awalt, J. Craig, J. Boulette, J. Crowley, D. Corliss, G. Carlin, M. Beal, J. Alley, D. Carter. Second Row, Standing: Mrs. Small, L. Edes, S. Blaisdell, E. Budway, A. Fennelly, P. Farrell, W. Fernald, R. Dow, V. Crockett, J. Ackerman, and M. Coughlin. ROOM D Front Row, Left to Right: N. Gould, B. Hilton, F. Getchell,G.Leavitt, D. Keeping, G. Jenkins, B. Hardison, T. Joy, L. Kinney. Back Row, Left to Right: B. Merritt, L. Higgins, R. Maddocks, J. Kelley, J. Kelley, R. Larkin BOOKKEEPING ROOM Front Row. Left to Right: I. Murch, B. Seymour, J. Steele, P. lVilbur, V. VVhitmore, J. Torrey, L. Springer. S. Reynolds. P. Smith, L. Wilbur. and M. Saunders. Back Row, Left to Right: Mr. Dun- ham, J. Sommer. D. Osier, R. Stev- ens, A. Scott, W. Morang. G. Open- shaw, T. Power , R. Yeo, A. Smith, W. Wonchoba, P. Whitmore. and B. Phillips. Back Row, Left to Right: D. Osier, G. Moran, F. Watts, A. Call, F. Gordon, J. Kelly. Center Row, Left to Right: Mr. Lovely, A. Scott, W. Rogers, P. Johnson, J. Walsh, Rogers, C. Kane, K. Awalt. Front Row, Left to Right: B. Rogers, F. Gonzales, G. Jenkins, R. Lovell, P. Farre J. Awalt, T. Joy, R. Buckminister, R. Davis. lljamify The first meeting of the Varsity Club for the new school year was held October 26, 1956 under the supervision of Mr. Lovely. At the time the following oilicers were elected: President .. Jimmy Awalt Vice President . Francis Gordon Secretary Ralph Buckminster Treasurer Philip Johnson During the year the Varsity Club held a "Sock Hop" and initiation of the new members. RALPH BUCKMINSTER '59 BML jefdfa The careful use of ones money is a key to future happiness and se- curity. While in high school, the students learn to save their money to aid them tomorrow. At the present time about 25 per cent of the students are taking ad- vantage of the school banking facilities aided by our two local banks. Thrift today makes security tomorrow. Y MARGARET GRINDLE '57 Front Row, Seated, Left to Right: P. Jones, N. O'Brien, J. McKenney, J. Sommer S. Closson, A. Fennelly, K. Dunbar, M. Grindle. , Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Dunham, D. Morrison, E. Fickett, J. Brown, B. Holmes, N. Parker, B. Clarke, P. Whitmore, J. Taylor, M. Tibbetts, L. Edes, P. Sullivan, B. Hilton. FA? n E94 S -I. I1 30,7 l 0171 OPC' 01115 V! e as Sophomol es, entered th1Q school xe'u feelmg more matule md mole '1 p zrt of the school Thls has been fm 1m polt mt xea1 for us We had full lesponsxblllty for Fresh men In1t1at1on ln October whlch w is vers successful We hue engaged ln mflny extl 1 culuculal actlvltles and h ue been f uthfullw gulded by om 1dYlS9lS M1 Ioxely Mr Smlth 1nd Mr Arsenault Nl e feel we have done many thmgs to help ourselves 'md our school MARY CARNEY '59 Secretary E.:- QOPHONIORF CI ASS OFFICFRQ Left, to Rlgrht 'NI C"11nev q0Cl0tl.IW R Beal Plesldent B Cluke Vlce Plesulent J Mc Kenney Tlewsurer bb PRFQHNI VV Cl KQS OPI ICPRQ Left to Rlght P qlllllV'1I1 Qecutuw I Romel Presulent P Behr VICE Pusulent M Txpley Treasurer -1 xxx... jflljn WHICH The Freshmfm Class started school IH the f'1ll xx 1th an en rollment of 107 puplls After the Sophomores 1n1t1'1ted us we glen mole fuendly Wlth the uppel clfnssmen and are emowmg hlgh school Electlons were held ln No xembel fund c lmpwlgnlng gfaxe us a feelmg of good tlmes We 'ue lookmg fom nd to m'1nv mole good tlmes xn ou1 four veals it Ellsxxolth Hlgh School PATRICIA SULLIVAN '60 S001 etmy v 1 1 . , . ' v 1 ' f . . l c ' n A Y ' ' 2 c 2 . . f . c ' I - 'Z vt' . I A K n ' D 'Cn .Y up Q 1 V C ug 11' I I . . C' s 2' Z ' ' - 1 1'1 1-1 1 1 1 Q 4 . ., . A , A . 1 . l I I , c . , . f 4 7 1 'C .' . c 1 L A J 14 LA 1 A L ":l.,.'-,. '2'.'Q. , '. 3 . ,z' , Q - 3 . - , 'cf . 1- 1-5- 5 '--Y J. - ff, Qs ,V L-, K Ll? QI I ' 1 17 1 AL A IA lil 4 L kr : .. . ,. '-: .. ', ' ' Q . ' ', 'H' . 2 , 'Iv . 1 . . . - A . V. a f ' , X ., , d - 1 - .. w .. ' . . - 1 -, 0 . . p . . 1 . . 1 gi? C ,H . 1 . KAL V- . N Y I 4 - . Y I I K . .. x . ' . ,, . ' c 1 1 K 1 . ' Q ' . X - 11 1 - . ' V . 4' . by 4 "' - ,mf - el . . Q 2 , . USGS Qxllff u 'I DD 5: .. X 1 -sggs X , ,T .4 rv' Pack Row, Left to Right: Mr. Dunham, B. Smith, J. Walker, P. Smith, N. Davis, S Butler, N. l'arkt-r, J. Suinnier. l.. Wilbur. Bl. Saunders, J. Austin, I.. Springer. Front How, Left to Right: tilosson, H. Kane, S. BIc'Keown. S. Young, J. Pinkham. D Kemp, C. Baker, J. Ingersoll, L. White. Absent: P. Jordan. ommercia! The Commercial Club held its first meeting on September 27, 1956, under the direction of Mr. Dunham. The following ofiicers were elected: J. Pinkham. President, P. Jordan, Vice President, D. Kemp, Secretary, S. Young, Treasurer. It was decided at the first meeting to revise the constitution. On No- vember 20, 1956, an initiation ot' new members was held in the home economics room. Regular monthly meetings were held during the year. The project for the year was to purchase new equipment for the typing room. Ofgce .xdaaialanfa The group has contributed valuable assistance to the handling of the ofiice work. Seated, Left to Right: B. Smith, L. White, S. McKeown, J. Pinkham. Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Springer, C. Baker, D. Kemp, J. Alley, Mr, Pitts, J. Gordon, Mrs. Rogers, J. Ackerman, B. Phillips, C. Flynn, B. Kane. I 3 BIOLOGY ROOM Front Row: N. Anderson, G. Badger, J. Ashmore, D. Bull, J, Daly, P. Boss, Clarke, J. Brown, M. Carney, G. Davis, J. Carpenter, T. Clough. Back Row: Mr. Lovely, R. Bur-kminster, H. Clarke, K. Clarke, D. De-Raps, G. Clark, H. Ashmore, R. Davis. R. Beal, NI C rlin A Call E A Jilebee D. . . a . , . , . If - , Archer, VV. Davis, E. Awalt, J. Clark ROOM A Front Row: IJ. Joy, L. Gonzales, S. Ger- rish, R. Mzulrlocks, P. Johnson, L. Han- son, M. Keep, J. McKenny, G. DeWitt E. Murlrell. R. Jude, S. Edgecomh. Center Row: D. Dow, B. Holmes, G Moran, P. Johnson, C. Frost, P. Hur- ley, R. Kane, J. Johnson, R. Foster, S Fowler. Back Row: J. Haley, E. Hooper, B Fogg, G. Grindle, R. Gordon, D. Hodg- kins, P. Higgins, J. Forni, Mr. Arsen- ault. ROOM B Front Row: D. VVhitehead, J. Nesmith E. Tardiff, K. York, M. Skofield, N Moore, C. Sargent, S. Sargent, B. Sher- wood, G. VVescott, F. Seely, E. Linscott B. Stockbridge. Back Row: Mr. Smith, J. Phillips, J Rogers, J. Tracy, N. O'Brien, W. Strat ton, E. Seymour, A. Worden, A. Wil- bur, R. Lovell, W. Nickerson, F. Watts J. Shea, C. VVald, W. Linscott, S Smith. F5 Pu 0 4 O 1 . ROOM G Row 1, Left to Right: L. Al- len, J. Cousin, P. Behr, A. ', Dolliver, P. Crabtree, S. Alley, N. Carter, S. Ben son, N. Buzzell, J. Cornish K. Dunbar, B. Budway. ow 2, Left to Right: I Brown, G. Carter, J. De- witt, H. Day, N. Brown, C Crowley. J. Anderson, T Alle n , J. Ashmore, C Chatley, VV. Allen L. Beal K. Awalt, C. Campbell, J Braley, E. Davis, Mr. Allen E PW ROOM J Row 1, Left to Right: Mr. Sutherland, J. Kazotow, J. Saunders, B. King, L. Nich- ols, D. Roberts, C. Mer- chant, G. Jordan, P. Jones, J. Latlin, E. Milliken. L. Sawyer, P. Masters, Miss Russell. Row 2 Left to Ri ht: G y E - Jordan, M. Maddocks, O. Ordway, J. Smith, R. Jen- kins, R. Maddocks, D. Mor- rison, C. Marshall, R. Saun- ders, F. Roberts, R. Ma- drell, W. Knight, S. Macy, G. Pickard, C. Kane, E. Lewis, L. Homer, H. Lions, P. Smith, B. Ober. 'H l5w25nn sn ROOM li First Row. Seated: R. VVil- bur, M. Tibbetts, M. Taplcy C. VVonchoba. P. Sullivan A. Springer. M. Wilbur, J VVhitmore. R. Springer. Second Row, Standing: Mr Damon, li. VVentworth, I Whitmore, G. Worden, Y Tzxinter, P. Sylvian. T. Stev- ens, T. Taylor, J. Vivhit- more, P. Sterling. J. Steele ROOM H Front Row Left to Ri fh 7 5, tx J. Eaton, S. Higgins, M. Ful- ton, K. Fulton, J. Gooddale, S. Hollenbcck, J. Esterberg, K.'Emery, E. Fickett, H. Gulte. Back Row, Left to Right: J Forni, S. Holmes, M. Grin- dle, VV. Gallagrher, E. Grin- dle, J. Gordon, G. Gordon, C. Eaton, R. Fogg, D. Grev, M. Francis, L. Herriclc, Mrs. Fortier. gall!! af!!! 2 Under the direction of the new music supervisor, Mr. Small, our music department continues to make steady progress in the musical world. As our experiences and knowledge of instruments and song grows with each concert and practice, so grows our love for music which will bring us much enjoyment in the years to come. SALLY BLAISD1-:LL '58 0 83,2 Sopranos, Back Row: M. Grindle, R. Jude, S. Gerrish, J. Clark, J. Eaton, M. Maddocks, G. Carter, C. Beal, J. NValker, K. Dunbar, J. Cousins, L. Nichols, I. Murch, R. Jones, Second Row: Mr. Small, P. Smith, S. Holmes, J. Roulette, J. Kazutow, J. Reynolds, J. v 1 deGaribody, J. Church, L. Springer, T. Clough, E. Archer, M. Tibbetts, J. Gooddale 31 slrfiith. C. XVallon, N. Gould, J. Crowley, D. Corliss, P. Crabtree, H. Guite . . ey. First Row: M. Tuplcy. J. Ashmore, G. VVescott, S. Edgecomb, B. Seymour, J. Kelley, J Awalt, P. Bond, B. Carter, L. Budway, B. Budway, K. Bonsey, P. Johnson, R: Maddocks. Altos and Boys' Glee Club, Rack Row: E. Grindle, R. Foster, W. Gallagher, R. Herrick, C. Frost, J. Lassell, B. Hilton, N. O'Brien, A. Call, J. Smith. Second Row: M. Larson, M. Real, P. Smith, S. Alley, J. Whitmore, E. Milliken, D. Whitehead. R. Madmlorks, M. Rowell, M. Keep, M. Skofield, J. Taylor, J. Sommer, J. Esterbcrg, P. Relir, C. VVonc-hoha, I.. Sawyer, K. Emery, M. Coughlin, Mr. Small. Front Row: ll. Jordan. R. Smith, R. lVilbur, C. Baker, G. Jordan, J. VVhitm0re, I. Whitmore, M. Francis, I.. Herrick, E. Grindle, P. Sullivan, N. Dolliver, E. Linscott, M. Stevenson, D. Joy. fi QQ Q A 1 Reed Section Left to Ri ht Second Row: Mr. Small P 1 51 V - - v - First Row: P. Crabtree, J. Smith. R. Jude. A. Lovell. Whitmore, M. Carney, P. J. Esterberg, D. VVhitehea1l. Sterling, C. B a k e r . B. J. Austin. Clarke, J. Merchant, S. Gerrish. J . Drum Section, Left to Right, , ' First Row: B. Smith, J. Partridge, N. Parker, G. Davis. Second Row: P. Sullivan, N. O'Brien, T. Beal, A. Fen- ' , nelly. . 'Q I J ' il 1 . 3. X., As Brass Section, Left to Right. First Row: B. Ober, S. Hollenbeck, J. Shea, J. Nesmith, B. Holmes, F. Bunker, B. Hilton, T. Joy, K. Emery, P. Behr. Second Row: Mr. Small, D. Corliss, S. Blaisdell, A. Call ,E. Rogers, R. Maddocks. V., .I . xi I-mini M guild 5 KT JR f H Q f ff Y-L A if 4 i ,. 5, Q' M W B IK F. H. A. SENIOR AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Back Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Dorion, J. Braley, S. Edgecomb, J. Clark, T. Clough, N. Carter, S. Fowler, E. Archer, N. Davis, N. Parker, E. Ma- drell, A. Lounder, C. Wallon, J. Austin, M. Skol- field, E. Tarditf, K. York, J. Nesmith, D. White- head, and Mrs. Moore. Center Row, Left to Right: D. Joy, C. Smith, J. Walker, M. Larson, K. Bonsey, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, D. Dobbins, J. Gordon, C. Baker, C. Mor- gan, and S. Young. Front Row, Left to Right: J. Haley, S. Gerrish, G. Badger, J. deGaribody, J. Ashmore, J. Church, R. Springer, C. Moon, J. Reynolds, L. Gonzales, C. Sargent, L. Budway, P. Bond, and B. Carter. XT W X-ff 3 9 . 1,2 3 L Qu fare om em agen of .Am erica The first meeting of the future Home- makers of America was called to order Sep- tember 27, 1956 with sixty-three enrolled. Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Doiron are our Chapter Advisors. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Aus- tin are our Mother and Father Advisors. Rev. and Mrs. Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rogers are our Assistant Mother and Father Advisors. We had our District Meeting at Sumner High School in October. The remaining year is as follows: Dec. 6-Student teachers on Christmas suggestions. Jan. 3-Grandma's Pantry. Jan. 17-Jane Austin reported on her trip to Chicago. ..-...f.,..,W f . . . V,- ,-I Fi F. H. A. OFFICERS Back Row, Left to Right: Miss Ingraham iStu- dent Teacherl, Sharon Young. Nancy Davis, Mrs. Rogers fChapter Motherl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Austin lChapter Parentsl, Peggy Smith. Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Dorion 1Chapter Advisorsb, and Miss Young fStudent Teacherb. Front Row, Left to Right: Jill Kelley. Jane Aus- tin, Natalie Parker, Donna Dobbins. Carol Smith, Connie Baker, Shirley Fowler, and Jeanette Awalt. Feb. 7-Plans for "Pa," "Ma" and "Me" Party. Feb. -Movies. Mar. -Talk by Student Teachers. Mar Business Meeting. Apr. 4-Election of Officers. Apr. -Eliquete for traveling. May -Installation and Open House. Plans are underway for an exchange trip in May, possibly to Quebec, Canada. JUNIOR AND FRESHMEN MEMBERS Back Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Dorion, H. Lyons, P. Smith, I. Whitmore, J. Laffin, Janice Whit- more, G. NVorden, E. Grindle. D. Carter, B. Stock- bridge, and Mrs. Moore. Second Row, Left to Right: J. Awalt, P. Smith, S. Alley, Joyce Whitmore, Miss Ingraham, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Rogers, Miss Young, R. Maddocks, J. Alley, S. Holmes. Front Row, Left to Right: J. Kelley, B. Budway, M. Francis, L. Herrick, G. Carter, and J. Steele. mann 0.351 K FRENCH CLUB Front Row, L. to R., M. Coughlin, B. Seymour, P. Wilbur, M. Stevenson, C. Baker, J. Merchant, L. White, J. Gordon, J. Craig, J. Boulette, and G. Carlin. Second Row, L. to R., M. Grindle, S. Reynolds, A. Lovell, P. Whitmore, F. Getchell J. Ackerman, J. Giles, J. Taylor, L. Edes, S. Blaisdell, L. Kinney, N. Gould, D Corliss, C. Wallon, M. Rowell, N. Wilbur, and Mrs. Fortier. Back Row, L. to R., A. Scott, R. Dow, G. Jenkins, W. Fernald, E. Stewart, P. Farrell T. Joy, T. Power, E. Rogers, J. Walsh, and R. Lakin. 9 r !ig2L1?l1lTl4 ti?26lZg The French Club underwent vast improvements this year under the capable direction of Mrs. Fortier. The organization consisted of approximately 36 members, who selected as their president Edwin Rogers, as vice president, Margaret Stevenson, as treasurer, Marion Coughlin and as secretary, Margaret Rowell. More stress than ever before was put this year on French conversa- tion. The club enjoyed French games and slides of Quebec. Many of the members plan to make the annual Memorial Week-end trip to the City of Quebec. Margaret Rowell '57 S i I Jivn PR BE'IF? ,aL-.--- -P e E11 J Z '44 J UNIOR SPEAKERS Front Row, Left to Right: C. Flynn, L. Kinney, J. Sommer, S. Blaisdell, M.Coughlin, P. Wilbur. Back Row, Left to Right: G. Openshaw, V. Crockett, A. Fennelly, R. Lakin, T. Power, R. Stevens, Mr. Smith. JUNIOR SPEAKING EXHIBITION The Junior Speaking Exhibition, one of our high school's oldest ac- tivities, was held on April 16 in the auditorium. Music was furnished by our band and glee club. The speaking selections, judged by Professor William L. Whiting of the University of Maine, were given as follows: Golden Windows Joann Martin The Man NVith The Hoe Edwin Markham Joan Sommer Marion Coughlin Treason To Democracy William H. Langdon At The Sian Of The D0llaI' Hamilton Hamm Vernard Crockett Robert Lakin The First Quarrel Alfred Lord Tennyson The Cremation Of Sam Magee Robert Service Sally Blaisdell Carol Flynn In The Children's Hospital Alfred Lord Tennyson Gunga. Din Rudyard Kipling Robert Stevens . Thomas Power Come Up From The Fields Father Walt Whitman The Highwayman Alfred Ngyes Lynda Kinney Ushers were Patricia Wilbur, Linda Edes, Lillian Springer, Peggy Smith, and Judith Alley. Jean Ackerman acted as prompter. The prizes received were donated by the Liberty National Bank and the Union Trust Company. The flowers were the courtesy of M. A. Clark, Inc., and Ellsworth Nurseries. The exhibition was under the direction of Mr. James A. Smith. Sally Blaisdell "5R" E.H.S. WINS IN SECTIONAL ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST The play "Gloria Mundi" written by Patricia Brown, produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York, and coached by James A. Smith, head of the English department of Ellsworth High School, won first place. "Gloria Mundi" is a fantastic drama, a masterpiece of grim irony. The play is a sort of parable of life, laid in an insane asylum showing the courage necessary to face the bitter realities of life. Other schools participating were Calais Memorial High School, Pe- metic High School, Sumner High School and Bar Harbor High School. The best actor award went to Philip Higgins of Ellsworth High School, and the best actress award went to Carol Flynn of Ellsworth High School. Participating in the winning play were Sally Closson, Carol Flynn, Margaret Grindle, Betty Ann Smith, Philip Higgins, and Perry Jordan. STATE ONE-ACT PLAY ront Row, Left to Right: C g Flynn, B. Smith, S. Closson, M Grindle. ack Row, Left to Right: P. Jor dan, P. Higgins, Mr. Smith. 'er V ' ' 0 'J Standmg E Tardlff L Kmney R Jude S Butler J Rogers N OBr1en T Powel R Carr A Fennellv P Hurlew J Boulette C' Qarfrent J Partrldge C Qdlgnnt J Blown J Craig. P HILLID Qeated 'VI frmdle J 'Xlckennex Q NIQKcoun 'NI qtuuf on F Ro X P Told B Smlth N1 Rovull B Kane C Baker N11 in xll l'C1l'YlatlC5 A gl' -if .!jl.3I I .,-2 'Q Qtandim.: P. Jordan, F. VS attr. R. Ca1'r.A. qmith. F. Roger:-, IN. O Brien. atud: J. Kelluy, J. Partridge. J. Trai ', Mr.: ull, M. Vrindlc, T. Iow '. .szifeem -t -.-... Left to Right: Mr. Pitts, J. Brown, Treasurer: J. Ingersoll, Secretary: E. 'ers, Presitlent: S. lilaisflell. Vice President. l.4-ft to Right: P. Bond. l'. Smith. ll, llolmes, R. Lakin. .l. Este-rlnel'g', E. Madrell, l'. Sterling. P. Jones The Student Council is made up of representatives of each home room. The main purpose of the Student Founcil is to discuss and assist with of the student body. Many of these problems could not be easily iscussed in a large group. Each home room member brings up problems rought to him by students in his home room. The debate club this year was organized under the direction of Mr. rsenault. The following students were members for the 1956-1957 school year: Nelson O'Rrien Rosamond Jude Gilbert Gordon Geraldine Wescott The Ellsworth Team took part in the Hancock Founty League, the enobscot Valley Conference, the Eastern Maine Debate Flinic, and the ates League. The members of the Debate Club wish to thank the faculty and stud- nts who assisted them in judging, and timing debates. This activity helped the members to prepare themselves for their part n society tomorrow. Perry Jordan, President Margaret Grindle, Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Clarke 7 M ARGARET GRINDLE 57 Standing: N. O'Brien, G. Wescott, M. Grindle, and Mr. Arsenault. Seated: L. Herrick, B. Clarke, and R. Jude. N f I 5TUUENT 2' ' ffl ,. of X - COLINCJI.. .szcclenf Counci ibegafe Xl K 2-N XS iff sl-Y' . I u -.1 ,, thi! 7.2 'A 1 'MII NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY This year the National Honor Society of Ellsworth High School, un- der the supervision of Mrs. George Fortier, celebrated its twentieth anni- versary. The officers chosen for the year were : President, Margaret Stevenson Vice Prcsidvmzt, Anne Lovell Sec1'cta1'y, Janice Pinkham Treasurer, Margaret Grindle The above members were elected to the society during their junior year. The new members capped this year were: seniors, Constance Baker, Nancy Davis, Jacqueline Gordon, Perry Jordan, Enid Madrell, Natalie Parker, Margaret Rowell, Janice Taylorg juniors, Jeanette Ackerman, Sally Blaisdell, Marion Coughlin, Vernard Crockett, Jack Kelley, Joan Sommer. One of the highlights of the Ellsworth Chapter of the National Honor Society this year was the twentieth anniversary banquet held at Brookside Restaurant, December 27. The banquet was attended by over 100 alumni members and guests. An impressive initiation candlelight ceremony was held on April 15, with the Reverend Daniel J. Honan as guest speaker. Janice Pinkham, Secretary NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row, Left to Right: J. Som- mer, M. Rowell, J. Pinkham, M. Grindle. M. Stevenson, A. Lovell, M. Coughlin, C. Baker. Back Row. Left to Right: J. Tay- lor. J. Kelley, S. Blaisdell, V. Crockett, E. Madrell, J. Gordon, if N. Davis, P. Jordan, J. Acker- man, N. Parker, Mrs. Fortier. iw., I 'v 'X V 4 14, i ALL STATE BAND AND CHORUS Seated Left to Rlght A Loxell C Smlth B Clarke C Baker Standlng Left to Rlght R Poster N OBrien B Hllton E Rogers The above members of our band and chorus represented Ellsworth Hlgh at the All State Band and Chorus Festlval The Vlembers selected for thrs act1v1ty are chosen for the1r sk1ll and ablhty rn the muslc field We were well represented by those who were accepted from our school ,1- R REPRESENTATINE Jamce Pmkham Jax BOYS STATE AND GIRLS STATE Left to Rlght C Carter, J Pmkham, W Rogers, E Rogers These Students we1e among the delegates from all over the state Whlch meet each year to leaxn the pI'lHClp16S of better government It IS an honor to be chosen a delegate and we are proud of our representatlves ,se--vw I ff-eg, ' i'6"SE, YC A ' I J W We A L, 1 I J ' L tj W M 'A ' K' 4 , 1 1 5 f I 3 . 1 I M i 1 , s A I C I V A . l, ' ' : . w' , . ,g . . , . . , : . . , . , , , , ,, 5 l L14 lf an f Y , 1 ,4- I . ' 3 l f. i fy 5 f ii! A i , rig V- ' 'G 322' ,g x Vt Q- , L, .S W - Ll D. A. . 7 imc! . - .1 V ,-S 5. 4 1 gf ' .A N ,L A 'V ' qixh K of - e 4. 'L -ax K X I V if 1 - ' 5 .X . I 7 K A x , Kr 1,1 S - Div' A 5 N l . 1 Q L C ' 'J fl' u ' I ,. ', . I , 4 ' X x ., '2 'S' an- it 3? I 7 111-V--li rf-f-. ' s' Front Row-E. Madrell, P Wilbur, P. Smith, M. Ste venson J Merch n C. Ba- , . a t, ker, J. Pinkham. Back Row - Mr. Smith, M. Coughlin, G. Davis, J. Brown, N. Gould, S. Blais- dell, S. Butler, J. Taylor, F. Getchell, M. Rowell, L. White, J. Walker, S. Young. M. Grindle, M. Keep. ,szcclenf o!Mrarian5 Your tomorrow will be quite like today unless you do something today to make your tomorrow different. Knowing these thoughts to be true, the student librarians, under the leadership of Mr. James Smith, have worked hard to establish good library facilities and to promote better study habits. Left to Right: C. Smith, L. Wilbur, G. Gordon, P. Wil bur, G. Wescott, K. Bond sey, J. Haley, C. Morgan, B. King, L. Springer, N. Wilbur, R. Wilbur. ll uncA jclef lyemonne Faye Getchell '58 Marion Coughlin '58 Cageferia pemonne Back Row: M. Coughlin, P Smith, J. Esterberg, J Alley, M. Keep, K. Dunbar R. Wilbur, G. Wescott. Front Row: D. Dobbins, C Morgan, C. Smith, Mrs Moore, J. Kelley. ollfemry FULFILLMENT Cool darkness slnks 0 er all the svx eatmg land Well done ye tollers of thxs wrlthlng so1l Your hoe IS stlll but for a nlght s brlef span Tomorrow brmgs another day of toll Your llmbs are sore x our broxx IS xvalm w1th sweat You ve xvorked hard fuend although your task remalns Not paclfled the throngs are xx a1t1ng yet Your xx oxk your hands has marked xvlth broxvlng stalns For you my frlend do to1l to feed the thr1v1ng host Wlth thought to you thls work God hath endoxved You must str1xe on and you w1ll do the most Untll xour strong and youthful back 1s bowed You thmk noxx as you xvlpe your sweatmg brow You d xx ant no other task you know that now Natahe Parker 45 5 In school CINQUAIN Wlth Mlster Smlth He savs to Wflte a poem I Slt I thlnk I flnallx Wflte Nothmg 0 - 9 V . , I y . , . ' 7 ' 74, 1 ,- 7 , . I Y . . y v . ! 7 1 a . 1 ' v . . r ' V r ' u 711 . . Y . 9 v . . - as Edw1n Rogers 57 'W i If .l Q i xg: , I in ,, f' 1 J I Q 4-.- 'Q We 6 5 Mex, 1 . s . if fl 'K I 1 x , ll uf"" 1-' Q - :L u 9 "' l . .. Y us 8 I ,Y M A, , , f-wh, , R , ' . , f, M4 -Q pp- . 52 7f'Qgf?1 l " : " xg 7 ' . FRESHMEN Front Row, Left to Right: P. Sullivan, J. Eaton, J. Whit more, S. Alley, I'. Smith S. Iliggins, I.. Sawyer, K Emery, M. Tapley. Center Row, Left to Right E. Davis, J. Laflin, S. Ilol mes, I. Whitmore, II. Guite, P. Sterling, J. Esterhurg Miss Plziisted. Back Row. I.eft to Right: J Goomldale, I.. Ilerrick, M Tibhetts, IC. Fickett. P Crabtree, P. Behr, J. Forni T' 11, Back Row Left to Ri ht' SENIORS Front Row, Left to Right: J Walker, J.deGaribocly, B Smith, Miss Plaisteri, C Baker, P. Bond, B. Carter Center Row, Left to Right F59 is raw EQ? .:1t., P' P15 ' 9 3-5 222 :gg fb o 73? S UFIIP 55 3'-1 -..L So 'P Z . 'z FN. 22' Em --Q-r TCD 'c gpm USO ::J, ,.,. F, -xl" Dobbins, K. Bondsey. J. Giles, N. Parker, J. In: gersoll. JUN IORS Back Ron Left to Right C Bea NI Beal G Carlin Corliss I Nlurch Jonei L Springer P Co vey Center Row, Left to Right: R. Maddocks. N. Gould, J. Sommer. J. Boulette, J. Craig, S. Blaisdel1,J. Alley. Front Row. Left to Right: Miss Plaisted. E. Grindle. P. Smith. J. Awalt, J. Kel- ley. I.. Kinney. C. Flynn, B. Phillips, L. Edes. SOPHOMORES Front Row, Left to Right: J. Nesmith, E. Tardiif, P. Boss, G. Davis, G. Dewitt, J. McKenney, J. Daley, J Brown, B. Clarke. Center Row, Left to Right: S. Sargent, N. Anderson, T. Clough, J. Clark, N. Moore, J. Ashmore, R. Springer, M. Carney. Back Row, Left to Right: Miss Plaisted, R. Jude, M. Keep, K. York, M. Sko- field, J. Phillips, L. Hanson. g0lllAl'lg Once again this year, the girl's bowling sea- son got underway with great enthusiasm shown by nearly one hundred girls who made up sixteen teams. After five weeks of bowling, the top four teams played off in a tournament. THE COOL CATS, made up of Peggy Smith, Joan Sommer, Connie Baker, and Betty Smith proved themselves the championship team. A group of faculty members played the COOL CATS in a play off game. The resulting averages were: Teachers 96.5 average, THE COOL CATS 93. average. Bowling has been very successful for the past three years under the direction of Miss Marjorie Plaisted. It has shown the girls the importance of good team work which will help each girl to build for a better tomorrow. A.- 48 cqp, fr Front Row: Mgr. P. Paganucci, P. Smith, B. Smith, C. Baker, Mgr. L. White, N. Bond G. Davis, N. Anderson, T. Clough. Back Row: J. Sommer, R. Jude, J. Phillips, G. Carlin, B. Clarke, B. Phillips, J. Giles S. Butler, B. Kane, Coach Plaisted. 5'.,m.ff The Ellsworth High School girls' softball team, under the guidance of Miss Marjorie Plaisted, completed their third undefeated season with ten consecutive wins. In 1954, the girls earned the right to keep the P. V. C. trophy permanently, after winning it three years in a row. In 1955 and 1956 they were undefeated and captured the P. V. C. title. They also won the Hancock County title and trophy which gave them two legs toward winning their second P. V. C. trophy. These girls have shown excellent enthusiasm, sportsmanship, team work and co-operation, which has resulted in the Eagletts outstanding record. From the sixteen-member team, only one graduated, which should be very bad news for next year's opponents. Game Schedules and Scores Ellsworth 31 Bar Harbor 1 Ellsworth 51 Blue Hill 3 Ellsworth 29 Brewer 2 Ellsworth 23 Sumner 1 Ellsworth 19 Old Town 13 Ellsworth 15 Bucksport 14 Ellsworth 46 Mt. Desert 2 Ellsworth 7 Blue Hill fForfeitJ 0 Ellsworth 1 1 Bucksport 7 Ellsworth 28 Bar Harbor 3 49 y-M' , -. -' .-f 'TX f EWQ1' , du iss LAC-I flslz l ' . sg x.,,,f- 3.22 ' . ,-'.,,:'5" -,,-af". g,....-, nv' ,, 'Q' '11 ' NJN: "" A 5 ' Y . A V A .9-'t"? . ' Q. - "- " f.' J W 1-.g ,, f .L -X First Row: R. Jenkins, R. Lovell, F. Gordon. Second Row: R. Davis, H. Fowler, B. Holmes, R. Carnes, J. Jowdry, J. Walsh, J. Awalt, C. McKenney, R. Clark, P. Farrell. and VV. Rogers. Back Row: B. Rogers, A. Scott, G. Moran, VV. Nickerson, V. Crockett, G. Clark, J. Kelly, Mgr. R. Buckminster, and Coach LePage. I956 ZZWAJK The six returning lettermen this year were Fowler, McKenney, Clark, Rogers, Gordon, and Awalt. The baseball team completed a successful season behind the superb coaching of Mr. LePage. Those receiving' letters for the first time are as follows: J. Walsh, J. Jowdry, P. Farrell, G. Moran, and R. Lovell. We are sincerely grateful for the services rendered by Mr. LePage while at Ellsworth High School. 1956 Schedule Ellsworth 8 Bar Harbor 0 Ellsworth 6 Bangor 7 Ellsworth 6 X5 Brewer 3 Ellsworth 5 'ply Sumner 3 Ellsworth 3 4 , . old Town 6 Ellsworth 16 E 2. Bucksport- 10 Ellsworth 12 Q' B John Bapst 6 Ellsworth 6 1 Mount Desert 7 Ellsworth 5 Bucksport 9 Ellsworth 2 Bangor 14 Ellsworth 9 5 ' " I Bar Harbor 2 F1 - '1 'T' 1' , . lj 55, Q 1 1 i 4, VARSITY. Front Row. Left to Right: M. Stevenson, P. Bond, J. McKenney, G. Davis, C. Flynn. B. Smith, M. Rowell. JUNIOR VARSITY. Huck Row, Left to Right: P. Behr, K. Emery, M. Carney. I.. Kinney, J. Daley. M. Tapley, J. Brown. CA l'6l'A'fl F1815 The fourteen cheerleaders this year, chosen from forty who tried out, were under the supervision of Miss Sarah Russell. The girls enclez1x'o1'ed this season to arouse the enthusiasm of the fans, and to incite school spirit and sportsmanship in the student body. Joy Esterlierg replzicefl Judy Daly on the J. Y. squad, after Judy's transfer from Ellsworth. Roth squads developed new song cheers this year. :adding variety to the old standards. IWARGARET ROWELL '57 Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row, Left to Right: Miss Plaisted, J. Awalt, S. Closson, B. Kane, B. Clarke, J. S P. S ' h. ommer, m1t ' Back Row, Left to Right: L. Edes, T. Clough, G. Carlin, J. Phillips, J. Giles, S. Butler, S. Blaisdell, E. Grindle, C. Baker. QA ' Z?...L.fL..f!' As in-past years, the girls basketball team again enjoyed a successful and vlctorlous season. Under the skilled coaching of Miss Marjorie Plaisted the team boasted a record of 10 wins and one loss. .This Sport is one which helps to develop good sportsmanship as well as aiding 1n the development of physical aspects. Co-managers of the team were Connie Baker and Linda Edes. 60 Brooksville 30 away Ellsworth 45 Sumner 68 Mt. Desert 34 home Ellsworth 54 Mt. Desert 59 Bar Harbor 25 home Ellsworth 53 Bar Harbor 49 Sumner 15 home Ellsworth 57 Brooksville 50 Husson College 43 home Ellsworth 49 Husson College Ellsworth 73 Deer Isle away away away home away home . g,f.iL,'5 jk , ...Q S -2 if yili Rf, la yd VARSITY BASKETBALL fn A 1 .ps eng, Seated: J. Kelley, T. Joy, W. Rogers, P. Farrell, J. Rogers, F. Gordon Standing: R. Dow, Mgr., A. Scott, J. Awalt, J. VValsh, W. Fernald, G. Clark, A Call, F. Watts, Mgr., Mr. Lovely. The Eagles suffered a losing season due mostly to the lack of height and experience in comparison to the opposition. Although many of the issues were decided by less than ten points, the boys never lacked the com- petitive spirit and the desire to win. These problems and handicaps were overcome partly by the excellent tutorage of Voach Lovely. The veterans which comprised this year's team were: Wayne Rogers, John VValsh, Francis Gordon, Peter Farrell. Jack Kelley, and Theodore Joy. Contributing to the remainder of the squad were: Barry Rogers. William Nickerson, Andrew Scott, William Fernald. and Jimmy Awalt. During the latter part of the season, Jack Gordon was brought up from the Freshmen Squad to help bolster the team. The season opened on a dull note as the Eagles dropped their opener to Bucksport with Peter Farrell and Barry Rogers contributing nineteen points each. The Eagles then lost their next game to a powerful Old Town quintet. The Rogers' brothers were high scorers with fourteen points each. Owing to the superior height of John Bapst, the Eagles suffered their third loss in as many outings. The next game the Eagles were beaten. on their home court, by the Pemetic Indians. Farrell led the scorers with fifteen points and Kelley followed with thirteen. The Bangor Rams entertained the Ellsworth quintet the next game and still the Eagles were on the short end. Behind the efforts of Wayne Rogers, the Eagles won their first game by defeating the Crosby Lions by eight points. After winning their tirst game, the Eagles went on to avenge an earlier loss at the hands of Bucksport. W. Rogers established a new p-vm record as he tallied 31 points. A The Pemetic Indians made it two in a row over the Eagles as W. Rogers again led the team in scoring with twenty points. ln the following game, the Eagles journeyed to Rockland where they defeated the Tigers. Wayne Rogers led the team with 23 points and Kelley followed with 14 points A last quarter rally fell short as Fairfield's big men proyerl too much for the smaller Eagles. Point leader of the game was W. Rogers with 25 points. Still stinging from defeat the Eagles be-hind the outstanding per formance by Peter Farrell went on to bewitch the Witche Peter Farrell was again the leading scorer with I9 points but the Eagles were defeated by the Crosby l.ions by a mere three point Thg Eaglgs than dropped their next two games to Old Town and Brewer with W. Rogers leading the Ellsworth quintet with 18 and 23 points respectively The Eagles played their best game by far while losing a heart breaker in the last few seconds to Bangor. Farrell broke the gym scoring record by getting 32 points, which had been set earlier by W. Rogers. The Eagles then retaliated to conquer Rockland for the second time with W. Rogers the high man of the game. The Eagles, still smarting from their loss to Bangor. certainly dis- played their competitive spirit and desire to win as they lost a hard fought game to John Bapst's Crusaders. On closing the campaign, the Eagles lost to the tournament b0l1Tld Fairtield club by a nine point deficit. This was the tinal court action for the following Seniors: Wayne Rogers, Francis Gordon. John Walsh, and James Awalt. Coach Eugene Lovely took over the reins this year and worked hard with the boys throughout the season. The team improved as the season progressed under the superb coaching of Mr. Lovely. varjify gagfefgaf W Rogers F Gordon J Walsh J Kelley J Rogers T Joy D1 1 J Gordon W Femald F Watts P Farrell ,,....."'-.L-.-'-. ,,,,nw is A cot R Dow L J, 5 bl E A - ,, Y ' -1... l .-1-... ' X , V IJ ' -1 IJ ' ' y 1-in-h i ' ......-.- U -. . ,A' 'Y .6 'HH' "2 . X W' ' 1u".7"' nu V...-ang 1 A ' f 5 - who 1,5 ,. '.f . " - : . , Y 1 U1 r , K l 1- 1N Y . ' - -1. qi " - - QM, N K I 5. L Q : -Q . 4 - i I AJ is 4 .- . Q . 2 -H 4 ' - .,l,L- . N525 BW? Q Coach Lovely and Captain Wayne Rogers discuss a play. Ellsworth 75 BucksP0I"C Ellsworth 41 Old Town Ellsworth 49 John Bapst Ellsworth 58 Pemetic Ellsworth 49 Bangor Ellsworth 61 Crosby Ellsworth 60 Bucksport Ellsworth 49 Pemetic Ellsworth 73 Rockland Ellsworth 74 Fairfield Ellsworth 76 Brewer Ellsworth 58 Crosby Ellsworth 53 Old Town Ellsworth 47 Brewer Ellsworth 72 Bangor Ellsworth 65 Rockland Ellsworth 61 John Bapst Ellsworth 68 Fairfield Total 1,089 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Name F. G. W. Rogers 115 P. Farrell 112 B. Rogers 66 J. Kelley 45 F. Gordon 37 T. Joy 16 A. Scott 7 J. Walsh 4 J. Awalt 3 55 78 87 72 65 8 53 57 66 56 61 56 61 90 55 76 Covertimel 59 64 77 Total 1,221 Total 315 277 167 126 103 57 22 13 9 1,089 ? S ' 9 K x JAYVEE BASKETBALL Front Row, Left to Right J. Johnson, R. Kane, T Power, W. Nickerson, B Holmes, G. Moran. Back Row, Left to Right: J. Forni, Manager, H. Ash- more, G. Jenkins, R. Carr, M. Carlin, R. Lovell, R Davis, Mr. Whitmore Coach. J. ,IM EGJLQIACJ The Jayvees had a very successful season with thirteen wins and only five losses. After losing the first two games, they put together win streaks of four and five games. The last four games were won by margins of more than twenty points. The team scored a total of 944 points for an average of 52.4 points per game. Leading scorers were Robert Carr with 224 points, Richard Kane with 184, William Nickerson with 148, and Gary Clark with 140 points. One of two outstanding games was a 47-42 victory over Bangor at Bangor and the other a one point win over Brewer at Ellsworth. The team was made up of nine sophomores and three juniors, which should supply future Ellsworth teams with fine material. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Ellsworth 56 Old Town 72 llsworth 34 Brewer 46 Ellsworth Buoksport 64 Ellsworth 60 Bangor 39 Ellsworth Old TOWH 65 Ellsworth 74 Rockland 34 Ellsworth Johh Bapst 44 Ellsworth 63 John Bapst 40 Ellsworth Pelllotlo 19 Ellsworth 54 Lawrence 29 Ellsworth Bangor 42 Ellsworth Crosby 25 Team Totals Team Totals Ellsworth gucksport 944 783 Ellsworth emetic Av ra e Aver e Ellsworth Rockland 34 pe,-Eagle per gage Ellsworth Lawrence 43 52-4 43.5 Ellsworth Brewer 51 Ellsworth Crosby 46 JAYVEES INDIVIDUAL SCORING Field Goals Fouls Points R. Carr 71 82 R. Kane 80 24 W. Nickerson 61 26 G. Clark 47 47 R. Davis 29 13 B. Holmes 28 14 G. Moran 9 13 R. Lovell 12 5 G. Jenkins 7 H. Ashmore 2 T. Power 2 B. Clark 0 D000 AIR I X .5 E Wx 1, J,,,, M "x..- Left to Rlght J Goodale R Wllbur E Grlndle L Herrlck J Steele J Awalt MAJORETTES C Moon C Jordan B McKeown S MLKeown Llvely color was added to the basketball gamee and band parades by the performances of our majorettes USHERS Left to Rlght C Morgan L Sprmger C Wallon N 0Br1en 0 Ordway BOOKKEEPING DEPARTMENT FOR STUDENT AND ATHLETIC ASSOCI ATION Seated Mrs Sprmger Standmg, Left to Rlght B Smmth, S Butler, D Crawford, N Davls, S Young, E Madrell, J Pmkham - .D a . Q .J ' -' lk . 'ry -I , ' ll 'C . 61 5' N ' 'I ' ' 'A " . 5 1 ' x 4 49 " , N7 X s J JJ 'I + ' "!'- P' ' - .- fe X---A - ,1 E 1 l' AV 4' .Till X 1 xirlllly. 2, l 'Q 4 l ' I 1 I, xii - , K his., 4 x H .,-d s --VJ '74 '., ,gr I A - 'L f ' . 5 ' Y ' . '! ' I I ' ' Y ' Y ' Y . , . ' , . ,.. ' . fl al. ', Y A, 1 ,y , if ' 1 , A 1 ,'il-I '- L 3 lin . l . , . . . , . , . , . , . - l -1 L- ' T 0 Y 9 1 ev , ." Q l4I E! 0 'M 1 fl 5 Y 0, fl 01' " 0 4' I '1 Y 1z,,..a, ' 4 if V1 A if in ' A Q 'RQ . i t ...YQ 8 . ggpyipl. A . , xi, ,W f L ff 1. ' .lx YT' Eb 'O 6 'Oi Qi' QUEEN, Sharon Butler and KING, Charles Carter. now ga!! 6arniua On January 26, the Junior Chamber of Commerce sponsored the an- nual Snow Ball Carnival at the Ellsworth City Hall. Each class chose can- didates for king and queen who will reign until next winter. When the votes were counted, Sharon Butler and Charles Carter were found the winners. All of the high school students and many people in town enjoyed the dance. Winter decorations ado1'ned the hall. Seated: B. Smith, S. Butler, C. Carter, P. Bond. Standing: S. Blaisdell, P. Jordan, R. Carr, T. Power, J. Sommer. ., .Q M C.. M l EXCHANGES THE ISLANDER Bar Harbor We enjoyed your yearbook very much Excellent lrterary sectron THE PEMETIC Pemetrc Frne yearbook The storres rn your lrterary sectron were rnterestrng A humor sectron would be nrce THE SACHEM Old Town Well arranged yearbook Good wrrte ups on your actrvrtres THE GATHERER Deer Isle We found your yearbook very rnterestrng We suggest you have a humor sectron THE SPINDRIFT Sumner We found your yearbook complete and mterestrng SCHOOL DIARY September January and February 11 Fnd of vacatron' Thrs year we have a new Superrn These two months were devoted to basketball The tendent of Schools Mr C Frank Srmmrs The new teachers welcomed to the faculty are Mr Cllfton Damon Mr Eugene Lovely Mrs Mary Small Mrs Elrzabeth Droron and Mr Robert Small October D Why the nervous looks green ones" We got the chance to see the true Freshmen No lt rsn t Freak Day only Freshmen Imtratron In the afternoon the Sophomores got '1 chance to show the devllrsh slde of therr class wrth rn assembly rn the gym The evenrng, xctrvrtres were at a much slower pace We were prrvrleged to have as our guest speaker rn 'rn 'rssembly thrs afternoon Superrntendent Sam mrs The dlstrrct F H A Meetlng was held at Sumner Hrgh School Attendrng was a large delegatron from P llsworth Hrgh No school' Teachers Convention November 11 17 Decem The Senror Class had a socral Thrs was Amerrcan Educatron Week On the 15th we had a nrght sessron whrch enabled many parents to attend Tonrght we had a prevrew of basketball ln Han cock County The Round Robrn was held rn our gym It looks lrke another good year As usual Santa arrrved on a cold day and the E H S Band was there to welcome hlm As the fourth grrde rs usrng our stage as a class room rt was not possrble for the Semors to have the annual play but nevertheless a true show of talent was drsplayed when the stage became a lrttle brt of Hollywood The performance was rn the form of a varrety show A Nrght rn Hollywood' was a success under the careful drrectron of Mr 'rnd Mrs Sm rll The Sophomores sponsored a Jrm Wrnters Record Hop er Our first basketball game at Bucksport Junror Speakrng semr finals were held The band under the baton of Mr Small proved that hard work reaps rrch rewards Thrs was a part of annual Chrrstmas Concert presented by the band and chorus For the first trme rn many years school closed Old and new Natronal Honor Socrety members met at a banquet at Brooksrde Restaurant March 78:11 128:14 Aprrl May boys postrng a 5 Xt 13 record The gurls a 10 G 1 vrctory County debates were held at Bucksport E H S played at the Bandorama at Bangor for the benefit of Brewer Hrgh School What werrd array of get ups were seen at the an nual Class tourney In the tinal game Junrors over threw the champrons of last year the Senrors to wrn the school champronshrp An rnterestrng and new addrtron to the program was a game between the faculty and the grrls team This hrlarlous event rs sponsored by the Varsrty Club Our dcbatrng teams were kept busy wrth P V C deb rtes berng held 'rt Orono 'md at Ellsworth The Regronal one act plays were held at E H S wrth five schools enterrng Ellsworth Hrghs plays under the careful tutorrng of Mr Smith won first Brewer rn Aprrl Phrlrp Hrggms and Carol Flynn were named best actor and actress respectrvely Fastern Regronal Scrence Farr was held at Ells worth Hrgh School today Perry Jordan goes to Orono today for the Rural Flectrrficatron Contest Regronal one act plays were held rn Brewer Our play Clorra Mundi was presented All State Band and Chorus was sparked wrth mem bers of the E H S delegatron rn Auburn Publrc Speakrng was the usual success under the gurdance of Mr James Smrth The Junrors pre- sented a fine group of selections The Spear Speakrng Contest was held rn Bangor today The play Justa Bunchra Sprnach was presented tonrght The play under the drrectron of Mrs Small starred Cynthia Sargent Judrth McKenney, and Edwrn Rogers The Marne Speech Festlval rs belng held at Orono F H A state conventron A Junror Prom equal to no other was held ln the gym thrs evenrng Musrc was by Charlre Bennett and was greatly enjoyed The annual French Club trrp to Quebec is a mem ory that wrll always be wrth us January Janet Merchant '57 24 25 Mrd years need we say more' JUdl9 Alle? 58 1 -" . 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' Y 59 Day O Burn That Candle Gonna Get Along Vl lthout You Temptatxon Crazy Legs Can I Steal A Llttle L0V1I1g7 01195 Graduatlon Teddy Joy and Judie Ingersoll E H S Janice Taylor Boys gym class Betty Smlth I m Go1ng To S1t Rlght Down and Cry Judy Alley Hot Dog Buddy Buddy You Llttle Monster Slow Walk Poor Boy C sb Let The Good Tlmes Roll G1ve Me Race W1th The Devll The Gxrl Can t Help It A1n t She Sweet Blue Monday Moonhght Gambler C sl Hey Jealous Lover Why Do Fools Fall In Love Havlng A Party Sugar Blues 1L1psJ Ape Call Confidentlal The Itallan Theme Lay Down Your Arms I Almost Lost My Mlnd Gladuatlon There I Sald It Agaln ' Y Theme From The Proud Ones Please Don t Leave Me Rubber B1squ1ts My Blue Heaven Pardners Hlgh Soclety It Came From Out Of Space These Wllder Years The Conqueror Three Brave Men Love Is a Many Splendored Thmg Top Secret Affalr P1cn1c Fear Strlkes Out Tea For Two 1131 Love Me Or Leave Me The Man Who Knew Too Much I ll Cry Tomorrow Lucky Me Glant Unguarded Moment Deep In My Heart Above and Beyond Fal Gonzales Joe Boulette Lunch l1ne Senlor boys Two weeks before graduation All A s Glenn Rankm Patty Bond Mrs Estelle Sprmger November 5 1956 Perry Jordan and Dorls Kemp Joan Nesmlth We haven t solved th1s one ye Margaret Stevenson Llnda Whlte Sally Closson New Years Eve Sharon Butler Pol1o Shots Flnals June 21 1957 Janxce Plnkham Margaret Gr1ndle and Sharon Young Faculty to Class of 57 Home Economlc Classes Beech H111 Pond 0Ule5 Wayne Rogers and Glen Rankm Natlonal Honor Socxety Faculty at E H S Our four years at E H S Mr Wh1tm0r6 G Rankm W Rogers P Jordan Dons Kemp and Sally Closson DECISIONS of the Blg Flve Lamo1ne Beach Trlps to the oilice At J osephlne s Pattx Boss and Edwln Rogers Perry Jordan After graduatlonl ' ' N H S members Lewls Romer 3 15 bell J lmmy Awalt and Ellzabeth Tardlif 85 average 60 ,. , . . . 9 , . 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X Mutt and Jeff Eugene Stewart and Jlmmy Awalt Popeye Sharon Butler f Archle and Veron1ca Margaret S and Malcolm E Barney Google HaI'0ld J0hI'1SOIl Grandma Natalle Parker Peanuts Joe Boulette Beetle Balley Clyde Sargent Freckles Nancy Davls Orphan Annle Judxth Ingersoll Snuffy Sm1th Betty Smlth Blondle Janet Merchant Terry and the Plrates Mary Skofield Jackson Twins Marllyn and Carolyn Fulton Maggle and J lggs Margaret Rowell and Dana Crawford Charlle Brown Charlle Carter Sm1l1ng Jack John Walsh Donald Duck J ack1e Gordon WHAT E H S WILL MISS NEXT YEAR The thlngs we were go1ng to do' ' V Intelllgence of the Semor Boys' Senlors cheerlng ablllty Jamce Pmkham s crumpet Partlesl Joe Boo The l1ttle patter of b1g boots JaCk19 Gordon G G G Margaret Stevenson s partlesl V ' The dancxng ab1l1ty of Fal Gonzales and Sandra McKeown Glenn Rankm s cars Our shrlmps Janlce Plnkham Jlmmy Awalt Sandra McKeown and Con n1e Baker The dramatlc ablhty of Perry Jordan and Sally Closson Our athlete Wayne Rogers Vlarna Larson s s1ng1ng ab1l1ty Nell Morrlson s personality X J, '- nj' - 'l Eva Archer's wit? ? . 1 I . , . . . . A ' A ,I l 'W 1 I K MANS QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE Man s quest for knowledge IS an endless thxng He searches bhndly never satxsfied Hls thlrsty mlnd takes 1n what llfe can b11ng Then pleads more tame to do thlngs yet untr1ed To know the secrets of God s wonderous plan And learn what makes llfe s stars grow bught then 1m Are goals wh1ch man achleves as best he can Then leaves the fate of future llfe to Hun We can t concelve of all the thlngs XVl'l1Cl"l we Have yet to learn and thlngs well never know We seek and find but stlll we plalnly see That God has seeds of knowledge yet to sow We know we cannot ga1n full wlsdom here At Heaven s gate only w1l1 lt appear Sally Blalsdell 5 CINQUAINS A boy We danced Whose llfe 1S full We laughed we sang Of fun and adventure We loved together then W11l soon become And now we are together not A Man Love dled A man Margaret Stevenson 57 Whose troubled l1fe Is made worth wh1le w1th love Is yet a boy Full grown To leave Is not to stray But rather to depart And come agam some other t1me Linda Edes 58 Wlth hope Anne Lovell 57 62 7 9 . . . - , . . . . . . 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X ai' DODGE CLOTHES M L FRENCH 8- SON Sport Coats Slacks Sport Shirts Jackets Neckwear Footwear 196 EXCHANGE ST BANGOR ME COUNTRY KITCHEN BAKERS Dont Say Bread COUNTRY KITCHEN 60 Second Street Auburn Marne THE STAR BEEF CO Dubuque Meat Products There Are None Funer 77 RAILROAD STREET BANGOR MAINE PATRONS Margaret Franklin Mr and Mrs Ralph Moore Dr and Mrs F L Barns Mlss Frances E Smallrdge MR AND MRS LEO DOHERTY MR AND MRS PAUL D TAPLEY MRS HARRY JOY J P ELDRIDGE CO INC MR HENRY SMITH MR CHARLES JOY MR AND MRS HOWARD S HIGGINS CUNNINGHAM S GROCERY MR AND MRS MORTON C WHITCOMB KINEO MILL END CO DR RICHARD ADAMS 69 . Say O MR. AND MRS. V. C. CROCKETT MR. AND MRS. R. L. McDEVITT FREE CATALOG H U S S 0 N C O l. l. E G E c H Hussow Presldent aANcoR MAINE Molnes Largest School of Busmess Trcunlng Termnnal Courses Secretoraal Stenograplnc General Clerucal Busmess Admnn lstratnon Accountnng These are of one and two years duration Degree Courses BS un Secretarual Science BS In Accountang BS an Busmess Admunlstratnon BS In Busmess Eclucatuon These ore of four years duratlon Note Husson College us the only school an Marne whmch offers a degree n Compluments of ST BEGIS PAPER COMPANY BUCKSPORT MAINE , A-2' Your Yearbook Lxthographer porlfanal cllflogr-api Co 252 Sprung Street Portland 4 Marne 70 . . , 0 I l O I 0 .' I U . .' IW. .!...I .I : ' ' ' I l Accounting. . . X fl' ll- lx Q. A . I Z 6 Hungar- Cur 'rhclnks for your coo perofion ond poironoge. Off iciol Class Phofogrophers disiinciive por+roi+s by STEVENS STUDIGS bcmgor, me. 0 0 I as-nuausuzo was BOOK BINDERS AND STATIONERS 29 FRANKLIN STREET BANGOR MAINE SALES Dwtaphone SERWCE MERRILL TRANSPORT C0 sPEclAuzlNG IN PETROLEUM HAULING 2 6551 'I037 Forest Avenue Portland 5 Maine 72 9 O Y K0-ILL N151 Compliments of Serving Maine and New Hampshire Dial SPruce - I Compliments of CECIL H McNALLY Clvul Engineer General Contractor ELLSWORTH MAINE Compl ments of MADDOCKS SPORT SHOP Ellsworth Marne Compl ments of ATHERTON FULLER LEEN S ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE Telephone 94I6 54 Wlso St Be er Mane Get yo r School a cl Office Suppl es C D MERRIFIELD CO INC Bangor Meme Compl ments of SILSBY 8. SILSBY Compl ments of S HSU HAMILTON S MARKET Groceries Meats Produce Del ery Pa k ng 64 H gh St Tel 7 2366 ELLSWORTH MAINE LINNEHAN AUTO SALES New Auromoauss Used Ellsworth Maine Sales oom NOrmandy 7 8686 Com pl ments of L S Thorsen Corp Ellsworth Maine 8. I n . r w , I I 1 u n ' I at I I I el u I . I 93 High Street 1 f . I T. . , M.D. i I iv - r i ' i . , . 73 THE HANCOCK COUNTY CREAMERY V1s1+ Our New Ice Cream Plan? FRESH MILK and CREAM ,Q -'S 1 1 1 o dy 7 2813 'in ffl ELLSWORTH PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD fffbade mf' WILLEY S Cloflung Sfore ELLSWORTH MAINE Luc1-11N1s SPA an S E6 BOWLING ALLEY Q 1 1 o dy 7 8181 W E NORMAN E WHITNEY INC AGENT P en' The American Oil Company EASTMAN'S INC. ELLSWORTH ELLSWORTH MAINE Tel Normandy 78116 Misses' 8. Ladies' Gas Burning Oils. wearing Apparel Tires, Bafieries, Efc. 74 h a 4' I . -' 1 :YQ-5. e.N rmcxn - IN ,.r J In 1 0 'nu'-' -ily' ' I- .-. B In -- 'x:1g K X Q' Y sv I ' ' 11. 4 1 d ',, 1 xi 1 Il I T e. N rman - Open venings T X ' I N Com lim s of L W JQRDAN 8' SONS MELVINS Music STORES lncorporaled Record Sheet Musc and M scol S ppl es HI FIDELITY PHONOGRAPHS AM BU L A N C E e ng to homes n Ma ne s nce 'I876 Bangor Mo ne E or h f D AV N IT E Compliments FOOTMAN HILLMAN DAIRIES Ellsworth Maine ESSO EXTRA MOTOR OIL BATTERY CHARGING ESSO EXTRA GASOLINE Atlas Tires and Batteries LAFFIN S OIL C0 H gh Street Junct on of Routes 'I and 3 ELLSWORTH Telephone NOrmandy 7 2165 Oil Burner Service Fuel and Range Oil DEALER S and H Green Stamps THE ELLSWORTH AMERICAN ELLSWORTH MAINE TELEPHONE Normandy 7 2546 Publishers and Commercial Printers 75 0 n I S, i , u i u i S lli i i i - i - llsw t l f :L of I i i Compliments of BANGOR HYDRO ELECTRIC COMPANY State Street Ellsworth Compliments of DONALD R. GANONG, D.O. 88 State Street ELLSWORTH, MAINE Compliments of BRAGDON FUNERAL HOME Ellsworth Mame Complnments E S OMEARA M D Ellsworth RALSTON PURINA CO Checker Board Dnstrlbutlon Warehouse Purma Chows Farm Supplies Hgh St eet Ells orth Co"npl ments MASON TROWBRIDGE JR M D Ellsworth ASHMORE BROS Auto Body Pamt Shop Twenty Four Hour 24 WRECKER SERVICE 24 t7 334 7832 72 Compl ments of M A TORREY MD Eye Ear Nose and Throat Compl ents of EDWARD G SADLER DVM Ellsworth Mame LOUIS KIRSTEIN 8. SONS Real Estate 8. Insurance Service FOR ovER 62 YEARS K rste n Bldg 44 Central St BANGOR MAINE I of I U O I l I . . i . . . of . - . , ., . . i r , w I . . , . . Telephone NOrmandy 7-8515 Enswodh Maine Nigh: -2 - 7 - 612 im . . , . . . I I i i , . 76 FLYNN 'TU SALES FORD " SERVICE Ll Ellsworth Marne rlYNN FORD S if Tel NOrmandy 7 2583 NEW ATLANTIC RESTAURANT House of Qualrty' 66 Mann Street BANGOR BEHRS JEWELRY STORE Mann Street Ellsworth EXPERT WATCH REPAIR Albert Behr Proprietor BALTIMORE RESTAURANT Pnzza and other cholce ltalran Foods Under the new Bangor Brewer Bridge Telephone 9074 VASCO and BOB BALDACCI Props Compluments of BROUNTAS RESTAURANT Where Partrcular People Dune A r Condnt oned 68 Mann Street BANGOR MAINE 77 DAVID BRAIDY Coats Sunts Dresses and Hats Moderately Pruced 14 Broad Street Bangor "WHERE YOU SAVE" . K x IX- ,yl sr - 'E on 7 p this b 0 MUISIIIHISXSM I c A 1-ll . :Y I - ,I , .I 2:5 O I ' " I 67 ' ll ' I ' I ll ' ' u i 'i ' ' I r I I , . Compluments of WESCOTT S HARDWARE Raleglu L Ingalls Prop JOHNSON OUTBOARDS e NOrmc:ndy 7 8474 Ellsworth BOYD 8: NOYES JEWELERS Keepsalce Duamonds Towle Sferlmg BANGOR MAINE Complnments of LITTLE 81 GRAY Ce Ilfled P blc Accountants Ells 0I'+I1 Compl me 'fs of THE SYSTEM CORP BANGOR MAINE Compl ment of KINEO MILL END CO Ells aah WILSON S SHOE SERVICE SHOE REPAIRING Of All Knd pe al Attent on to Parcel Post Compl enls f CLEMENT HARDWARE CO Ellsworth Marne Complvmenls of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Sp rl ng Good B cycle HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES Tel NOrmandy 7 2933 Com pl ents of CHARLES J HURLEY Ellsworth Marne Compluments of MELANSON JEWELRY CO Authorlzed Dealer Genuine Regustered KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Tel NOrmandy 7 2206 Ellsworth Mc ne Compl ents I PERLIN S MEN S AND BOYS WEAR Mann Street Ellsworth COMPIIMODTS of BLAISDELL 81 BLAISDELL euswonm MAINE ' I I - . . T l. - I n r ' ' u i . W , - I i s i s w Maine S cl l Al Water Street Ellsworth, Maine im o . o I s ' i s im , I . - , i im o I l I 78 GRANT 5 DAIR Y iDARY Drznk Grant 5 Mzlk MORRISON CHEVROLET INC Ellsworth Maine 79 , R . X R R W. A. BEAN 81 SONS H. s. JoNEs, JR. Wholesale EH . Beef and Pork Products sworth Mame 45 47 Puckernng Square Bangor Marne Com pl ments of JORDAN HOUSE Tel NO 79872 Compluments of D W TUCKER DC 48 Pune Street Ellsworth Compl ments of Compl ments of VENA McGlNl.EY PATTEN S SHOE STORE Beauty Shop Ellsworth Mame State Street Ellsworth Complnments of c w HURLEY co :Nc Insurance Agency JAMES A LUNDEN ons Ellsworth 7 8145 Ellsworth Mume OFFce Hour 'I05 Ma n Street By Appomtment Ells orth Mane T C SMITH CCI INC HARDWARE AND VARIETY STURE Compl mem Of B2 MAIN STREET Ellsworth Marne NOrmandy 7 21 22 Ellsworth Ma Compl ments of Compl ments of C C KNOWLTON MD ELLSWORTH MILLS Ellsworth Mame 5'C"e 5"ee' ELLSWORTH MAINE 80 i . . , . . i i I O O O' U . , . . . h I s i ' w , I u I If i l "Featuring Quality and Service" G R D D S AUTHDRIZED TDURAINE PAINT DEALER ,- . , ine i i . . , . . I lf. Mcnne s Fmest BROOKSIDE RESTAURANT Ellsworth Marne BURRll.l. S Marne Charferways Bus Servlce Brewer Mcune MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE EMMONS L. SHEA .zrf Building Conlrador , Tel. Normandy 7-2373 jg ELLswoRTH MAINE 5 , , ' 81 a y I I I Satisfactory Adiustment' of Losses Our Record Complete Coverage Offered: FIRE, WINDSTORM, THEFT, LIABILITY, and LIFE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE OFFERINGS - RENTALS - APPRAISALS O. W. TAPLEY COMPANY, INC. 69 Main Street Telephone NOrmandy 7-8335 MARTIN L ADAMS THURSTON H JORDAN PAUL D TAPLEY ESIDEN CE P ES DE SEC Y TIE S y, HO 6 'VK svs FLLSWORTH LOAN 81 BUILDING ASSOCIATION TAPLEY BUILDING 69 MAIN STREET ELLSWORTH MAINE Telephone NOrmandy 7 8335 MEMBER UNITID ST Tl S V GUQLO NL! GUI H IMI Ll CU 'muy' .eden HANCOCK HOUSE Complnments of WENDELL J SMART Owner Manager Ellsworth Marne Tel NOrmandy 72531 82 PR ' 'I VI - W I. NT ' A . 43? Mr 0 . 3 v . K Z ff S 1 4, CNARTKNED DECFMHII 7, IIIU A I A IN A A I I ii, c H U S 'MQ-Q. .,,-,, Q h ' I I ' 5 1 ' ' '7'T1,.-ll , f .,,..,,... be , A , - I ' 1 l I ' ' The EdI+Ol'ldI Sfaff of THE JESTER wushes fo express nfs deep grafdude for fhe generous suppori' of fhe C K FOSTER Wholesale Plumbmg Supplies ELLSWORTH MAINE 83 UNION TRUST COMPANY OF ELLSWORTH Ellsworth Meme Agencues at CHERRYFIELD STONINGTON 4, In OUR SERVICE IS FOR everybody Stenographers housewlves workmgmen bus: nessmen youngsters sensor cltlzens they all have money problems at one time or another Ancl more and more local people are finclmg solutions to thelr money problems right here at their locol bank PERHAPS A VISIT WITH US WILL HELP YOU PLEASE COME IN' OPEN YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOON '4 44 Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 84 I Twine . W .V . ,. offl' Nj' or I I I I I 0' I I - O ' X My am' NB ,,...v4' 'tif' IQ, -my Samethzng far Szferybady fuszdc Its the same way mslde our bank We offer bankmg servlces to meet the needs of all In the famaly savmgs accounts and checkung accounts safe de posut boxes nnstalment loans to name a few We mvlte your famnly to use them u y Come see us soon and often' BANK CREDIT I5 ilyr best FARM CREDIT MEMBER Federal Reserve System Federal Deposut Insurance Corporatuon Umted States Depository Everyone needs a lnttle extra tame for hnmself yet many people gave up hours each month to bull paymg trlps Thats tnme lost to leisure that can be salvaged Wnth a personal checklng account, a man, or woman, can safely pay by mall OPEN YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT AT OUR BANK, SOON! LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK IN ELLSWORTH Ellsworth, Maine 85 :E .5-,..f..,.:g1fE:2::,,A" A . . f '- 'Is '5:5 : :: '- ' H ' . . F2 I , 55' I I A -ESQ ' ' V I .-: . .Q-1-:.2 1355Sf'Z:5EfE5I"A ,, .2 f9:' , l"'::E:1-, I-p:::g.. 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I . . . . , . . ff XX fl f f ,f1 HL mf Q- ff we K, Q,,, 'ED Y" lf l r""l OPPING F011 1 MTJOB9 CHECK WHAT YOU WANT Good startzng salary mth 1eguIa1 razses Pleasant uork uzth other qu ls and young men P1estzge of a usponszble job uzth a well knoun and 1espected company If your llSt shows three checks then you should check xnto what the Telephone Company has to offer you Smart gxrls are domg lt now before they graduate from h1gh school Come m and see our employment mtervlewer soon Youll enJoy talkmg wlth her Act now and you can say wlth prlde Im all set' Im gomg to work Wlth the Telephone Company' See the Guldance Counselor at your school, and talk first wxth her about when and where to apply X X XXxx Sy NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 86 ' y,ffff ,,,l x?2 ,,.-f" at ,ffff I , MN N X-X ,f,..ff""" "" 1 p,,,y ,fLggg:SL'l'l' 'ff 1-ffjlxf X X, lx " 45-7-1555:1ii e1'e me 'e'ee"eo' 1, 11 xy e,ee. --if' lt 1 1 rdf: F , ' 5 ,ff lmff nlll lMX5x7 l " - ' ff' l y E' -iii 594 l lmfow J IL-'ff 2 ! 5 ' l lla we wlfl r illllj llfw. ' 7 ll-lf llluli l ' ,jj fee l lille Jill i tl f 1 Halls ga' wail Ml lti f f "f"ej.M y ' . 1 , i of ete l l T P2-fffif, eeee E W aelt 4- -W' eeee illftnwi , l LM.: COMPLIMENTS C E NOYES COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS OF W S TIRES IXBHD COMPLETE RETREADING SERVICE 244 Harlow Street Bangor, Marne Penobscot Beef 81 Prov1s1on Co Sausage EManu acturers WHOLESALERS OF BEEF PORK LAMB VEAL BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY 64 Pncl-ce mg Square 87 Broad Street TELEPHONE 5653 BANGOR MAINE I 5697 825' -H79 BEMIS EXPRESS INC SERVING NORTHERN PENOBSCOT AROOSTOOK AND HANCOCK COUNTIES BANGOR MAINE 87 OF I I o o n U Y I D I D ! D . r. Y , NGOR WN Tow 4 0 AL I 7 , o I Q V ' : fs"'h7-Y ha. L30 'Cb' H09 ! 3 I x xc' 47 FUR STORRGE vx qi 5 5 E ,T94-..! -gf MOORE S PHARMACY o+l'1 Ma Complmenfs of DR G L RAND Opfomefrnsi' Nor dy 7 8615 a Compl e fs of TEDS BARBER SHOP SI'ee sol J P ELDRIDGE CO d He pl s BROWN S ESSO pl els HANCOCK WHOLESALE TOBACCO Candy Specialties N H BRAGG 81 SONS BANGOR MAINE Aufomohve Parfs and Equlpmenf lndusfrlal and Weldung Supplies Phone 73II JOY S GROCERY uall+y Flrs+ Teleph e NO o dy 7 2571 ELLSWORTH, MAINE Besf Washes from S+oIceIy s Funesf Canned an Frozen Foods Avallable a+ Your Local lndependenf Food Sfore ARTHUR CHAPIN COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Broad Sfree+ Bangor, Maine I Ellsw r , ine . Tel. mon - Ellsworth, M ine im n I I D I Plumbing an aling lover T. C. SmifI1's Slorel Ellgwol-+h Maine 90 Main r I Ell w r In Com im n of Com imen+ of . d - ' Complirnenls of Q . . on rm n - 89 MAURICE I FINESDN BOX 277 BANGOR MAINE Class Rmgs P1ns and Awards School Year Books Medals and Troph1es HERFF JONES COBQPANY MurCh1son D1v1s1on 90 I 3 7 Representing 'Y Compl ents of Ashmore s Color Center Stote Street ELLSWORTH MAINE Complnments of Kane s Cut Rate Ellsworth Morne Corn pl ments of ELLSWORTH LAUNDRY State Street Ellsworth Marne Compl ments of ALLEN S SERVICE STATION Corner of Mo n 81 H gh Ellsworth MERRILL FURNITURE CO Household Furmshmgs Pa nts and Lnnoleums At Great Savings Fronkl n Street Tel NOrmcxndy 7 8651 JOES PRINT SHOP 360 Woter Street Tel NOrmondy 7 2542 ELLSWORTH Compliments of A F R I E N D CARL S GROCERY Hugh Street Ellsworth MGIU9 McNALLY S News Stand Lunch Counter Candy Tobacco Clgarettes Guns Ammumtlon Sportung Goods Agency tor GREYHOUND MAINE CENTRAL STAPLES BUSSES Cor Mann and State Streets Tel NOrmondy 7 2113 im I I I I i i I l i I . . I I i ' - l . - High Street NOrmondy 7-8737 I I It I I I I . I 91 ELLSWORTH PUBLIC MARKET Water Street Ells o th Q THE R M ELAGG co LAGGS BANGOR MAINE 35 37 Frcnkl n Street BANGOR MAINE Complnments of LAFFIN S NEWS STAND Mann Street Ellswort .I T ROSBOROUGH INSURANCE REAL ESTATE h Ellsworth Ma ne Complnments of THE ADAMS CORPORATION DEPARTMENT STORE Compluments HALE 8. HAM LIN e Ellsworth Mo ne MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE Ellsworth Exchange HELEN F PRATT O e a d Ma ag r Compl ments of J A THOMPSON 8. C0 'II9 Mo n Street Ellsworth Mame Compl ments of CURTIS SHOE STORE 18 State Street Ellswort Tel NOrmcLndy 7 2272 h ALL KINDS or INSURANCE THE HOLMES INSURANCE AGENCY Tel NOrmondy 7 8100 Ellsworth C mpl me ts ol DWIGHT BROWN AGENCY Insurance ANDREW C HANF Your Mobll Flame Bottle Gas Dealer Caloruc Gas Ranges 9 W I' M ine - i I . . . , i of Ellsworth Main ' ' I i . I wn r n n e . i o i n 92


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