Ellsworth High School - Jester Yearbook (Ellsworth, ME)
- Class of 1958
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The Editorial Board
of Ellsworth High School
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The students of Ellsworth H1gh School
recall w1th happy memor1es our custod1an
of grammar school days Mr Jude H1s
ready sm1le and fr1endly ways made the1r
1mpress1on upon Ch11d1Sh hearts wh1ch
have s1nce grown to remember h1m fondly
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MR CHARLES KATSIAFICAS MR RICHARD BICKFORD
We wxsh to show our s1ncere apprecxatlon for all the
wonderful th1ngs Mr Bxcldord and Mr Katsiafxcas have done for
us Mr Bickford has had supreme patxence and has dxhgently
worked to help us through the elementary school Mr Kats1af1cas
has helped us buxld the essentlal qual1t1es of sportsmanslup
and self confldence
We are very happy to dedmcate the 1958 JESTER to Mr
Bickford and Mr Katslafxcas
We w1sh to express our thanks to Mr Harland Dunham for lus
enthusiasm and effort 1n helpxng us wxth the Jester, and for hls
wllhngness to assxst us xn many ways as our teacher a.nd frlend.
We would llke to thank Mrs Estelle Sprmger for the guxdance
and lnndness she has shovm to us durmg the past years, both m
our studxes and xn our personal problems
MRS. ESTELLE SPRINGER MR. HARLAND DUNHAM
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Frlday June 6 9 O0 P M Commencement Ball
Sunday June 8 8 OO P M Baccalaureate
Tuesday June 10 8 O0 P M Class Nlght
Pres1dent s Address
Wednesday June ll 8 00 P M Commencement
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Pres1dent Vernard Crockett
V1ce Presldent Joan Sommer
Secretary Rosal1e Jones
Treasurer MRTIOH COL1gh111'1
CLASS FLOWER: Red Rose
CLASS COLORS: Blue and Wh1te
CLASS ADVISORS: Mr. Sprague, Mr. W'hltIIlOI'G
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Class Will .................. . .. . . ..... Carol Flynn
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R. Sargent, J. Sommer, M. Coughltn, J. Kelley
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C. Sargentg E. Awalt, J. Brown, R. Jones
In the beginning when God created man after Hts own image,
He placed within his being three wonderful thlngsg a mind, 's
conscience, and a heart. Each of these He gave to man for a
purpose, the mind to understand, the conscience to guide, and
the heart to love.
ln the years between kindergarten days and graduation diy
from Ellsworth High School we, as students have used over and
over again our three wonderful gifts and now, as we are getting
ready to step into the mysterious realm of the adult world, let
us pause a moment to reflect over these, "the best years of our
With our minds we have solved problems, grasped the
meaning of age-old ideas, and created new ones. We have
delved into the wonder of books and slowly begun to comprehend
a little of this vast universe of which we are a part.
Our consciences have seena lot of active duty in the past
years for it is during that time that they must be trained. The
difference between right and wrong must be discerned, a set
of moral standards must be established, and the small voice
of our conscience must become loud enough to be heeded.
Our hearts, perhaps, are the most important of the three
gifts for with them we learn to love. We not only become
surrounded with a growing love for our parents, our friends
and our God as each year goes by, but if we keep our hearts
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Front Row Left to Right: P. Wilbur, S. Sar-
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men. Love is the very cornerstone of humanity and as we go .KY
into the world it is our duty and privilege to spread that - 1 .
which we have. . f'
Through our years at Ellsworth High School we, as
pupils, are given a chance to cultivate all the values of life
so necessary to happiness. We find the need of guidance
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through our teachers and parents, we learn to get along with JUNIOR EDITORS
other people as we work and have fun with fellow students,
and we reap the reward of hard work invested in our studies. Frgnt Row Left to Right: M, Carney' J, Brown,
Finally, as graduation draws near, it is time to examine L. Hanson, B' Clarke
ourselves to see if we are ready to travel the road ahead.
"When l was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood
as a child, I thought as a child: but when l became a man, I
put away childish things. "ll Corinthians 131111 Scott-
This verse from the Bible speaks a world of truth to us
especially now for we are no longer children and must act
accordingly. God is ready to draw back the curtain of
our future and show us what is to be our lot.
Class of "58", WE are tomorrow! How can we fall!
Back Row Left to Right: S. Sargent, B. Holmes,
R. Beal, W. Nickerson, P. Johnson, E. Lin-
Sally Blaisdell j'58"
Editor -in -chief
X R It IS essentxal that young people have guxdance
GEORGE D LUCE Submaster
Head of Scxence Department
OLIVE E FORTIER
ln educatxon We are devoted to our teachers
for the msplratxon traxnxng and leadershxp they
THURLOW PITTS have Wen to '15
Head of Socxal Scxence Department
E WILLIAM PEDDER
JOHN M WHITMORE ADA R MOORE ESTELLE SPRINGER
Mathematmcs Home Economlcs Commercxal
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lndustnal Arts Commercxal Driver T1-aimng
RICHARD ARSENAULT EUGENE LOVELY HENRY FASANO
Social Sclence SCIENCE Musxc
MARJORIE PLAISTED CLIFTON DAMON JACKIE ROGERS
Girls Physical Educatxon Boys Physical Education School Secretary and our friend
MAC, BLACKIE, and WOODY
Our custodxans and pals
lass of 19 8
RACHEL SARGENT Rach
Genxus does what lt must talent
what 1t can
Hnggxns Classxcal Instxtute 3 Band 1
Chorus 2 Debate 2 Stage Crew 1 2
Dramatlcs Club 2 Intramural Basket
ball l French Club 4 Bowlxng 1 2 4
Semor Varlety Show Commxttee 4 Fresh
man In1t1at1on Commxttee 2 Yearbook
Staff 4 Semor Ball Cor-'mttee 4
National Honor Soclety 3 4 lPres 41
PATRICIA WILBUR Patsy
True mtellxgence IS always modest
Cafeterxa Personnel 1 2 3 4 Alternate
Jumor Speaking I-'lnahst 3 Ltbrarxan 3
Ulead 41 Stage Crew 4 Chorus 4
Yearbook Typlst 3 4 French Club 3 4
She set her eyes on the goal
not the pnze
Flrst Honor Speaker
Varsxty Basketball 1 2 3 4 1Co Captaxn
Varslty Softball 1 2 3 4 Intramural
Bowlxng 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball
I 2 3 4 Natxonal Honor Society 3 4
QV Pres 45 Bank Teller 3 Glee Clubl
3 Commercxal Club 3 Athletlc
Councxl lStudent Memberl 4 Yearbook
Typxst 3 4 Dnrxgo Gxrls State 3
Governor s Hxghway Safety Conference 3
Snow Ball Queen Candxdate 3 Jumor
Speakxng hnalxst 3 Yearbook Staff
3 4 Honor Sweater Award 3 Typmg
and Shorthand Awards 3 4 Jun1or
Prom Commlttee 3 Class Vxce Presxdent
3 4 Basketball Usher 2 Athletic and
Student Assocxatxon Cashler 3 4 D A R
Representatxve 4 Varslty Club lTreas J 4
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"And ne'er did Grecian chisel trace a nym-
ph, a naiad, or a grace, of finer form, or
lovelier face. "
Band lg Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra-
mural Bowling 4g Dramatics Club 25 Office
Asst. 3, 49 Varsity Basketball 25 Librarian 4g
Yearbook Sta.ff 3, 4g Bank Teller 45 One-Act
Play 4g Senior Variety Show 4, French Club 3, 4
tSec. 415' Freshman Initiation Com. 2, Junior
Prom Com. 3g Graduation Ball Com. 45 Grad-
uation Com. 4g Typing Award 2g Youth Safety
Council KPedestrian Committee Chairman1 45
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
Award 4, Junior Speaking Semi-Finalist 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4 fTreas. 415 High
RICHARD ALDRICH Dick
Happy am I from care I m free! Why
aren t they all contented like me?
JUDITH ALLEY Judie
The very room coz she was in seems
warm from floor to ce1l1n
Class President 1 Band 1 2 Chorus 1 2
Dramatlcs Club 1 Bank Teller I 2 3 Hot
Lunch Ticket Personnel 3 4 F H A 1 2 3
4 Intramural Bowllngl 2 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Debate Club 2 Office
Asst 3 4 School records Personnel 4
Stage Crew Wariety Show1 4 Junior Prom
Com 3 Yearbook Sta.ff 3 4 Yearbook
Typist 3 4 Student Council 4 tSec 1
Typing and Shorthand Awards 3 4 National
Honor Society 4 Honors
Small but how dear to us
Majorettes 1 2 3 4 Ulead 41 Intramural
Bowling 1 2 3 4 Girls Varsity Basketball
3 4 F H A 2 3 4 Nice Pres 41 Variety
Show 3 Dramatics Club 4fTreas 1 Chorus
3 4 Assistant Bank Teller 1
CARALYN BEAL Kay
A good disposition is more valuable than
Chorus l 2 3 F H A 1 2 3 4 Intramural
Bowling l 2 4 Cafeteria Personnell 2 Intra
mural Basketball 1 2
MARALYN BEAL Mgy
Moderation the noblest gift of heaven
F H A 1 2 3 4 Intramural Bowling 1 2 3
Chorus 1 2 3 Hot Lunch Personnel 1 2 3
Intramural Basketball l 2 3
She does all things well and she does
Bandl 2 3 Chorus 1 2 F H A 1 French
Club 3 4 Nice President 41 Dramatics Club
2 Stage Crew l 2 One Act Play 2 Variety
Show 4 Junior Speaking Finalist 3 Snowball
Queen Candidate 3 Librarian 3 4 Junior Prom
Com 3 Office Asst 4 Intramural Basketball
1 2 3 4 Bowling 1 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4
fEd1tor in chief 41 Varsity Club 4 Varsity
Basketball 2 3 4 tCo captain 41 Student Coun
cxl l 2 3 4 fTreas 2 Vice Pres 3 Pres 41
National Honor Society 3 4 QSec 41 Gradua
tion Committee 4 High Honors
Let mirth and Joy reign
Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 Variety Show 4
Stage Crew 3 Dramatics Club 2 French Club
3 4 Glee Club 1 2 Intramural Bowling I 2
3 4 Graduation Ball Committee 4
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Foreward ever backward never
Chorus 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4
Varlety Show 4
Notlung IS 1mposs1ble to a w1111ng heart
G1rls Varslty Basketball 1,2 3 4 Softball
2 3 4 Chorus 2,4 French Club 3 4 Intra
mural Basketball 1, 2 3 4 Intramural Bowhng
ROBERT CARR Bobby
A l1tt1e nonsense now and then IS relxshed
by the best of men
J V Basketball 2, 3 Freshmen Basketball 1
Track 2 Varxety Show 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4
Intramural Basketball 1 4 Dramatlcs Club
3 4 Junlor Prom Commlttee 3, Stage Crew 4
Not much talk a great sweet sllence
F H A 1 2 3 4 fJun1or and Chapter Homemaker
JUDITH CHATTLEY Judy
A countenance 1n whxch d1d meet sweet
records promxses sweet
Offlce Personnel 4
Fun gxves me a forcxble hug, and shakes
Chorus 1 2 Dramatlcs Club 3 Intramural
Bowlmg 1 2 4 Band 2 3 Varxety Show 4
French Club 3 4 Junlor Prom Decoraung
Commxttee 3 4
To those who know thee not no words can
pamt and those who know thee know all words
Bank Teller 2 Dramatxcs Club 2 French Club
Treasurer 3 4 Class Treasurer 1 3 4 Year
book Staff 3 4 Jumor Spealung Fxnalxst 3
Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 KSec 41 Bowllng 4
In frxendshxp I early was taught to belxeve
J V Cheerlng 4 Majorettes 2 3 Varxety
Show 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 2 3 4 French Club
3, 4, Stage Crew 1, Lxbrarxan 4, Debate Club
1, Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural Bow
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VERNARD CROCKETT "Vern"
"An honest ma.n, close-buttoned to the chin,
Broadcloth without and a warm heart within. "
Class President 4g Dirigo Boy's State Delegate
35 Junior Speaking Finalist 35 Yearbook Staff
3, 45 tBusiness Manager 47, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
School Bookkeeper 3, 45 Awards in Typing and
Shorthand 3, 4g One Act Play 45 National Honor
Society 3, 4 tTreasurer 4l, High Honors
Always the same throughout the year full
of happiness fun and cheer
Bandl 2 Chorusl 2 3 Debate Club 1 Intra
mural Basketball 3 4 Dramatics Club 2 3
One Act Play 2 Stage Crew 2 3 Variety Show
RICHARD DOW Dick
When duty whispers low thou must the
youth replies I can
Freshman Basketball 1 Basketball Mgr KJ V
2 Varsity 3 41 Varsity Club 4 Dramatics
Club 2 French Club 3 Track I 3 4 Intramural
Basketball 1 2
Still to be neat still to be drest as you
were going to a feast.
Intramural Basketball 1 2 3 4 Intramural
Bowling 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3 4 French
Club 3 4 Varsity Club 4 Dramatlcs Club 2
Bank Teller 3 Stage Crew 1 2 Varsity Basket
ball Manager 3 Graduation Ball Com 4 Honors
PETER FARRELL Pete
The manly part is to do with might and main
what you can
Freshman Basketball 1 Varsity Basketball
3 4 tCo Captain 41 Varsity Club 2 3 4 tVxce
President 41 French Club 3 4 Intramural
Basketball l 2 Cross Country 1 Baseball 1
2 3 4 Football 4
ANDREW FENNELLY Andy
Big as life and twice as natural
Bandl 2 3 4 fL1brar1an1 2 President 4l
Chorus 1 2 tL1brar1a.n 1 21 Drum Major 4
Dramatics Club 3 4 One Act Play 2 3 4
Junior Speaking Semi Finals 3 Dingo Boys
State 3 Eastern Maine Music Festival l 2 3
Science Fair 2 Variety Show 3 4 Junior
Prom Com 3 Graduation Ball Com 4
Office Assistant 4 Bank Teller 3 4 QHead 41
Youth full of love force and fascination
F H A 1 Junior Prom Com 3 Junior Speak
mg Finalist 3 Dramatics Club 2 3 J V
Cheering 2 Varsity Cheering 3 4 ICO Captain
43 Intramural Bowling 2 3 4 Chorus 1,2 3
Variety Show 3 4 Office Assistant 4 Gradua
tion Ball Com 4 National Honor Society 4
Be silent and be saie
Stage Crew 2
The hand that hath made you faxr hath m Ido
Intramural Bowllngl 2 4 Chorusl 2 Lxbrnr
lan 2 3 4 French Club 3 4 F H A Dramntn
Club2 3 PICIUFE Com 3 Freshman Inxtntmn
Com 2 Offlce Asst QSubst1tute 41 Vnrxcty
NANCY GOULD an
Blushlng IS the color of vxrtue
Bandl 2 Chorus 2 3 Intramural Basketball
1 2 3 4 Dramatxcs Club 2 3 Llbrarlan 2 3
Bank Teller 2 Stage Crew 2 Var1ety Show 4
French Club 3 4 Intramural Bowl1ng 2 3
EVELYN MARIE GRINDLE Evxe
We meet thee lxke a pleasant thought
Glee Clubl 2 3 4 All State Chorus 4
Maorettes134 FHA 1234 Hot
Lunch Personnel 1 2 Intramural Bowlxnt, 3 4
Varslty Basketball 3 4 Intramural Basketball
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A smlle that turns the sunnys1de o e
heart on all the world
F H A 1 2 3 4 fOffIC6f 47 Hot Lunch Per
sonnel 1 2 3 4 Bank Teller 4
A happy youth IS content and free
Track 3 Intramural Basketballl 2 3 4
Football 4 J V Basketball 2 3 Stage Crew
3 Chorus 2 3 4 Mame Musxc Festlval 2
Jun1or Prom Commlttee 3 Yearbook Sta!! 3
All thxngs are easy that are done wxllmgly
Band12 3 4 Chorus 3 4 All State Band3 4
Eastern Maxne Muslc Festxval I 2 3 4 County
Muslc Fest1val 1 Var1ety Show 3 4 Class Mar
shall 3 4 Bank Teller 3 Trackl 2 Intramural
Basketball 3 4 Jumor Prom Com 3 Plcture
Com 3 Band Lxbrarxan 3 4 Band Counc1l4
Stage Crew 2 Lxbrarxan 4
In every deed of m1sch1ef he had a heart
to resolve a head to contr1ve and a hand
Football 1 4 Trackl 4 Cross Country 2
J V Basketball 2 3 Bandl Intramural
Basketball 1 4 Yearbook Staff 3 Varsxty
Club 3 4 French Club 3 4
Cheerfulness IS a.n excellent wearmg
Yearbook typxst 3, 4 Plcture Com 3 Jumor
Prom Com 3 Graduatxon Ball Com 4 Glee
Club 1 4 Var1ety Show 4 Intramural Bowlxng
1 2 3 4 Typmg Awards 2 Offxce Asst 3 4
Bank Teller 4 Class Secretary 3 4 School
News Reporter 3, 4 Natxonal Honor Socxety 4
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Almost everythmg that IS great has been
done by youth
Band 1 2 Freshman Basketball 1 Varslty
Basketball 2 3 4 Bank Teller 3 Varslty Club
3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 2 Variety Show
4 Jumor Prom Com 3 Yearbook Staff 3
Jumor Speakmg Semx Fmals 3
Her ways are of pleasantness and all her
thoughts are peace
Newport l-hgh School 1 2 F H A 3 4 Intra
mural Bowling 3 4 Glee Club 4
Good sense whxch only IS a gnft of heaven
Freshman Basketball 1 Varslty Basketball
2 3 4QCo Captain 41 Baseball 1 3 Football
4 Student Councxl 1 Bank Teller l 2 Class
Vxce Presldent 2 Class Presndent 3 Varsxty
Club 3 4 fPres 41 D1rxgo Boys State Delegate
3 Natxonal Honor Socxety 3 4lPres 41 Hxgh
Good nature and good sense must ever joln
Glee Clubl 2 3 4fVlCE Pres 41 F H A 1
2 3 4fPres 3 State Sec 41 Intramural Basket
ball 1 2 3 4 Hot Lunch Personnel l 2 3 lntra
mural Bowllng 1 2 3 4 lManager 3 41 Dramatxcs
Club 3 4tSec 41 Variety Show 4 One Act Play 3
Jumor Prom Com 3 Dlrlgo Girls State Alter
nate Delegate 3
She IS pretty to walk w1th and wltty to talk
Majorettes l J V Cheerleader 2 3tC.1pt.un
31 Varsxty Cheerleader 4 Jumor Speakmg
Flnallst 3 One Act Plays l 2 French Club
3 4 Dramatlcs Club 2 3 Intramural Basket
ball 1 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Committee 3
Llbrarxan 4 Varxety Show 3 4 Glee Club
1 2 Stage Crew l 2 Intramural Bowhngl 2
ROBERT LAKIN Bobby
When there xs a job to be done he IS there
Freshman Basketball l Class Pres 2 Dxrngo
Boys State Delegate 3 French Club 3 4tPres 41
Jumor Speaklng Fxnals 3 Graduatxon Ball Com
4 Varxety Show 4 Jumor Prom Com 3
Student Councll 3 4fVlCB Pres 41 Natlonal
Honor Soclety 4 Honors
Be busy useful amlable servxceable ln
all honest unpretendmg ways
Stage Crew 4 Boys Home Economxcs 3
How sweet and faxr she seems to be
GleeClubl234 FHA 234
"lie said little but to the purpose. "
Track 35 Sage Crew I, 2, 8, 4.
You hear that boy laughmg and you tlunk
he s a.ll fun
Yearbook Sta.ff 3 4
To catch the sunlxght UI her haxr and watch
the yellow glxnt reflect
Glee Clubl 2 3 Intramural Bowllng 1 2 3 4
Vartety Show 4
It xs not what man does whxch exalts hxm
but what man would do
Glee Club 1 3 4 J V, Basketball 3 Yearbook
Staff 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Junlor
Speaklng Seml Fmalxst 3
Small thmgs are best
Sen1or Play 1 Cross Country2 3 4 Track
2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 1 3 4 Varsxty
Club 2 3
BEATRICE PHILLIPS Bea
Llfe IS wxtty lrfe IS gay lnfe IS l1ke
Glee Club 1 2 Intramural Bowllng 2 3
KCapta1n 41 Intramural Basketball l 2 3
Varxety Show 4 Softball 2 4 Offxce Asst
2 3 4 tStudent Supervxsor 41 Honors
THOMAS POWER Tom
Joklng decldes great thmgs
Freshman Basketball Mgr 1 J V Basket
ball 2 3 Baseball 1 Football 4 lCo Captalnl
Dramatlcs Club 2 3 4 French Club 3 4
Varsxty Club 4 Jumor Speakmg I-'malxst 3
Spear Speakmg Contest 4 Class Prophecy 4
Stage Crew 1 Varxety Show 3 One Act Play 4
A frtend ms as xt were a second sell'
Majorettes I Glee Club I 2 Dramatxcs Club
2 Bank Teller 3 4 French Club 3 4
1-lb1'3J'12-T1 4 Class Marshall 3 4 Honors
MARILYN LOUISE SAUNDERS
music is well sand to be the speech of the
Glee Club 1 4 Commercial Club 3 Bookkeep
ing Staff 4 Variety Show 4 Office Personnel 4
ANDREW SCOTT Andy
Enthusiasm conquers the impossible
Freshman Basketball 1 Varsity Basketball 2
3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Football 2 4tmana.ger
23 Cross Country Manager 1 French Club
3 4 Varsity Clubl 2 3 4 Basketball Usher 1
BARBARA LOUISE SEYMOUR
A little one shall become a thousand and a
small one a strong nation
French Club 3 4 F H A 4 Dramatics Club
2 4 Intramural Bowling 4 Intramural Basket
ball 2 4
To climb a steep hlll requires slow pace at
Freshman Basketball 1 Intramural Basketball
l 2 4 Dramatics Club 3 Football 4 Track
3 4 Trampoline Team 2 Chorus 4
But her zeal none seconded
Varsity Basketball 1 2 3 4KCo Captain 41
Chorusl 2 3 4 F H A l 2 3 4fParl1ment
arian 3 41 Commercial Club 3 Dramatxcs
Club 2 News Club 1 Variety Show 4 Intra
mural Basketball I 2 3 4' Intramural Bow-
ling 1 2 3 4' Librarian 3' Office Asst. 4'
Junior Speaking Semi-Finals 3' Softball l 2
3i4' Student Council 1 2 3 4' Varsity Club
4tSec. D' Yearbook Staff 3 4' Junior Prom Com.
3' Sophomore Ring Com. 2' School Records 4'
Lmmch Ticket Personnel 1 4' Stage Crew 1:
Honor Sweater 3' National Honor Society 4'
See ln her eyes a reflection of friendship.
Glee Club l 2 3' Intramural Basketball 1 2
3 4' Intramural Bowling 1 2 3 4' Basketball
Usher l 2 3 4' Dramatlcs Club 2' Commercial
Club 3' Cafeteria Personnel 2 3 4' Stage Crew l.
Of gentle soul to human race a friend.
Glee Club 1 4' Majorettes 1 2 3' F.H.A. 1
2 3 4' Cafeteria Personnel 1.
Ne er to speak a word that is bad and to
oblige everyone that I can. "
Variety Show Stage Manager 4'
Self trust IB the first secret of success
Intramural Bowling Chorus Hot Lunch Per
sonnel F H A 1 2 3 4QJunior Homemaker
and Chapter Degreej
Had tongue at w1ll and yet never was loud
Scxence Faxr 4 Stage Crew 4 Intramural
Basketball 1 2 3 4
Humxlxty that low sweet root from whlch
all heavenly vlrtues shoot
Chorus 1 Offlce Personnel 4
X Dxlxgence IS the mother of good fortune
Varslty Basketball Manager 2 3 4 Dramatics
5.-A Club 2 Football 1 Track 1 Yearbook Staff 3 4
Blessed are the meek for they shall 1nher1t
F H A l 2 Drxver Education 4
Vxrtue xs bold and goodness never fearful
Cafeterxa Personnel 1 2 Lunch Ticket Asst
3 Ulead 41 Softball 3 Llbrarian 4 Stage Crew
4 Shorthand Awards 3 Student Bookkeeper
3 4 Red Cross Com 1 Commercxal Club 3
Junlor Speakxng Seml Fmalxst 3 Honors 4
Nothmg IS xmpossxble to the industrxous
Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Honors 4
The mildest manners with the bravest mind.
Stage Crew 1, 2Q 3, 4.
YOUR HIT PARADE
This Ole House
This Wfill Make You Laugh
Day In, Day Out
Say As Sweet A5 You Are
Fm An Ordinary Man
Little Blue Man
Mutual Admiration Society
l'1l Remember Today
We re Gonna Move
That s When Your Heartaches Begin
Oh -Oh l'm Falling In Love Again
I' m Confessin
Fm ln the Jailhouse Now
Rip It Up
May l Sing to You
Don t Be Cruel
Diamonds Are a Girl s Best Friend
Tune on My Hands
E. H. S.
National Honor Society
Tom and Nancy
June ll 1958
Who Broke the Glass ? ? ?
Gary and Tom
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On the Plains of Abraham
The glitter of diamonds on several senior girls
Dick Aldrich s School bus for girls
Andy Fennelly s late jokes
Bobby Carr s quick witll
The big wink from Teddy to the many lucky
Our Historian from Waltham
Sally Blaisdell s grassy eyelashes
Our athletes Joan Peggy and Genevieve
Clarence Moore s cough in 7th period study hall
The pltter patter of Peter s little feet' I
What E. H. S. Will Miss Next Year
The Twelth Of Never
All The Way
He s Got The Whole World In H1s Hands
He s Got The Whole World In Hxs H mds
He s Got The Whole World ln Hxs Hands
Too Soon To Know
Catch A Fallm Star
All The Way
Young At Heart
Rock N Roll ls Here To Stay
All Shook Up
He s Got The Whole World In Hrs Hands
The Llttle Blue Man
He s Got The Whole World In Hxs Hands
Sweet Little Sixteen
O Come All Ye Faxthful
All The Way
He s Got The Whole World I H15 Hands
Sall Along Sllvery Moon
Wonderful Tlme Up There
Put A Llght In The Wmdow'
Tell Me Why
Who s Sorry Now
Let s Dance
You Are My Destxny
I Can't Help It
D1ck1e My Boy
Oh Oh, I m Fallmg In Love Agaxn
Don't Be Cruel
He s Got The Whol
'I Can t Help It
Someone You Love
Walt And See
Are You S1ncere
Who s Sorry Now
e World In I-hs Hands
He s Got The Whole World In Hms Hands
Lonesome Saturday Night
Don t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Lonesome Saturday Nlght
"We Wlll Make Love
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WHAT I ENJOYED MOST IN SCHOOL
Mr Allen s Drnver Ed Class
F H A Trlps
Clowmng wlth Tom
Frxday 3 O Clock
Trlp To Canada
Trlps To Qzebec
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Mrs Lmscott s Englxsh
Trxp To Canada
Mlss Russell s Refresher Class
Ec Geography Class
Mrs Lmscott s Englnsh Class
Perlod 1 Englxsh Class
Thmgs I shouldn t Do
3 O Clock Bell
3 O Clock Bell
3 O Clock Bell
Mrs Lmscott s Englxsh Class
Mrs Lmscott s Englnsh Class
3 0 Clock Bell Fr1day
Clowmng Wxth Bob
Mr Smnth s Classes
3 O Clock
That ls A Most Questlon
Home Ec Classes
Mrs Lmscott s Engllsh Classes
Mrs Lmscott s Engl1sh Classes
To Be Us eful
N Y Yankees
To Do Thmgs Well
To Be Rlch
Vern s Secretary
To Be Rxch
Wlfe and Sec
Home From Quebec
U S Navy
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Rin Tin Tin
Name That Tune
You Asked For It
I've Got a Secret?
The Line Up
People Are Ftmny
Court of Last Resort
Verdict is Yours
The Girl Most Likely?
Escape From San Quentin
D0n't Go Near the Wate
Band of Angels
E. H. S. Band
Boys Gym Class
HOW ABOUT AN IDEAL SCHOOL STAFF ? 'I
FROM THE NEWSPAPER
Voice of Broadway
The Lone Ranger and Tonto
The Lyons Den
Beetle Bailey and Killer
Dennis the Menace
The Little Klng
Dick Aldrich a.nd
Robert Carr and
IDENTIFICATIONS TO E. H. S. CANDIDS
5. J. and J. Boulette
Herrick a.nd C Moore
Ba.1rd andR Jones
Sargent and R Sargent
Stevens andV Crockett
Herrick and C Moore
and J Form
Saunders and R. Saunders
Sittin' pretty! ,W
The serious type
You' re under arrest
That Ipana smile
Who me ?
Sure I can dance tool
Why so shy?
Ladies of distinction
Stick ' em up
Got an itch?
The sun's 1n my eyes!
Two httle gentlemen
I don't wanna!
Young and mnocent
McKenney J Cralg L Kinney
Brown G Davis M Carney
Scott M Coughhn
Herrick P Farrell R Carr
Davis M. Francls B Budway
Coughlm R. Lakin
Seymour G Carlin P Wilbur
Herrick R. Aldnch G Openshaw
Craig J Mclienney J Boulette
Carney L Kxnney M Whltney
Blalsdell D Corlxss
Chattley V Whitmore
Torrey M Saunders
Sargent C Magoon
Happy Birthday Judie
Just a little et to ether
Put your arm around me honey
Tlme for bed.
Tom There s dad.
Anyone for pxzza?
sleepy time gal
The Athletnc type
Smile for the bxrdxe!
I love that new haxrdo
That lpana smxle
Am t love grand?
Down behind the bed.
Rasn t changed a but
Denms the Menace in person
J Ackerman S. Blalsdell
Room J Freshman Day
Carlin D Corllss
Kinney D Corliss
Boulette T Joy C
RoomJ Freshman day
M. Jordan P Wilbur
Phillips B. Phillips
Blaisdell L Kinney
Igsixlolds P Irving
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
en for 661.65 Weird
The class of 1958 entered their senior year with the knowledge that this
would be their last year in Ellsworth High School. As a class, we have
learned many valuable lessons in this high school, and now we must separate
and go our different ways and put to good use our acquired knowledge.
Our class this year, consisting of 68 members, used Study Hall A and
Study Hall B section as a home room with Mr. Sprague and Mr. Whitmore
as om' home room teachers.
Although this was our last year at Ellsworth High School, we feel that
we have made this year one of our best.
Rosalie Jones "58"
unior 644.55 Wofw
We, as Juniors, realize that our High School Education is almost
complete. With hard work we have tried to do our best as the oncoming
seniors in the Class of ' 59.
Throughout this year with the careful guidance and help of our
advisors, Mrs. Linscott, Mr. Lovely and Mr. Pedder, we have worked
together to improve ourselves and our school, and we hope that next
year will be as successful as this year.
J. Sommer, Vice President, V. Crockett
Presidentg R. Jones, Secretaryg M. Coughlxn
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS J
M. Carney, Secretary, B. Clarke, Vice
President, W. Nickerson, Presidentg
P. Boss, Treasurer.
SJPKKJRE CLAS OFFICERS
P. Behr, Vice President, R, Rogers, Treas.
W. Knight, President, P. Sullivan, Secretary
SJIJA OIH OIT Vyfll 'J
After one very difficult, but happy year as Freshman we entered E. H.S.
as Sophomores. New Sudents came in, while others left, but we all worked
together to make this, our second year of high school as interesting as our
first. Under the careful guidance of our class advisors, Miss Plaisted, Miss
Violette, and Mr. Dinham we truly had a wonderful year.
Patricia Sullivan "6U'
On September 4, 1957, 118 pupils enrolled in the freshman class. After
Freshman Day, we became full fledged members of Ellsworth High School.
Class elections were held on November 23 and elected were: Judith Haynes,
President, Joan Springer, Vice-president, Ann Carney, Treasurer, and
Patricia Ramsdell, Secretary. We, of the freshman class are looking for-
ward to our future years at Ellsworth High School.
Patricia Ramsdell "61"
FRESHMAN CLAS OFFICERS
P. Ramsdell, Secretary, J. Springer, Vice
President, A. Carney, Treasurer, J. Haynes
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CLASS OF 1 959
First Row Left to Right: J.
Haley, L. Gonzales, L. Hanson,
S. Fowler, S. Gerrish, M,
Keep, R. Jude, E. Madrell,
R. Maddocks, J. Mclienney
Second Row Left to Right: Mr.
Pedder, B. Fogg, W. Linscott,
C. Dillon, R. Foster, J.
Johnson, W. Gray, E. Hooper,
Third Row Left to Right: G.
Moran, D. Dow, P. Johnson.
R. Lovell, C. Frost, R. Kane,
G. Grindle, B. Holmes. P.
First Row Left to Right: K.
York, J. Phillips, M.
Skofield, S. Sargent, C.
Sargent, N. Moore, J. Nesmith,
Second Row Left to Right: B.
Rogers, C. Moon, B. Sherwood,
J. Forni, G. Pickard, S. Smith,
G. Wescott, Mrs. Linscott.
Third Row Left to Right: J.
Shea, G. Thomas, A. Wilbur,
A. Worden, E. Seymour, W.
Nickerson, W. Sratton, J.
First Left to Right: G.
DeWitt, G. Davis, M.
Carney, G. Badger, J. Brown,
B. Clarke, T. Clough, N.
Carter, N. Anderson, J.
Second Row Left to Right: Mr.
Lovely, J. Daley, J. Clilk,
E. Awalt, R. Buckminster,
C. Crowley, E. Budway, B.
Clark, D. Bull, J. Ashmore,
Third Row Left to Right: H.
Cheverie, D. Archer, R.
Davis, H. Ashmore, K. Debeck
R. Beal, E. Applebee, D.
DeRaps, K. Clark, G. Clark.
CLASS OF 1960
First Row Left to Right: K.
Dunbar, K. Emery, J. Forni,
J. Esterberg, P. Crabtree,
S. Alley, P. Behr, M.
Fulton, C. Fulton.
Second Row Left to Right: N.
Dolliver, S. Collins, B.
Budway, S. Higgins, J.
Goodale, N. Buzzell, J.
Cousins, L. Herrick, J.
Eaton, Miss Violette
Third Row Left to Right: J.
Braley, S. Holmes, P. Archer,
L. Beal, J. Gordon, T. Beal,
W. Ingalls, K. Awalt, R.
First Row Left to Right: G.
Jordan, P. Jones, K. Mallock,
E. Milliken, R. Lurvey, J.
Kazutow, P. Marsters, C.
Second Row Left to Right: R.
Jenkins, Miss Plaisted, M.
Maddocks, J. Laffin, B. King,
G. Jordan, R. Maddocks.
Third Row Left to Right: D.
Morrison, R. Madrell, C.
Kane, S. Macy, W. Knight,
First Royv Left to Right: J.
Saunders, J. Whitmore, M.
Tapley, L. Sawyer, A.
Springer, P. Sullivan, P.
Sterling, R. Rogers
Second Row Left to Right: P.
Smith, G. Worden, J. Whitmore
M. Wilbur, l. Whitmore, L.
Nichols, E. Wentworth, R.
Springer, Mr. Dunham.
Third Row Left to Right: J.
Smith, T. Taylor, P. Sylvia,
W. Shea, R. Saunders, V.
Tainter, T. Stevens, L. Romer.
First Row Left to Right: S.
Austin, C. Archer, J. Cornish,
H. Brown, A. Anderson, I.
Bell, B. Carroll, S. Beal, J.
Badger, R. Carlisle
Second Row Left to Right: F.
Bull, J. Bragdon, N. Brown, E.
Omningham, J. Bussell, G.
Clark, M. Blaisdell, G. Carter,
C. Campbell, A. Carney.
Third Row Left to Right: R.
Allen, N. Brown, A. Chamber-
laln, R. Ackerman, J. Ashmore,
H. Conners, M. Bragdon, C.
Brown, A. Carter
Absent: Class Advisor Mr.
Arsenault, N. Clough, D. Bell.
First Row Left to Right: S.
Giles, C. DeBeck, C. Fuller,
N. Dobbins, S. Goodale, L.
Firlotte, F. Frost, L. Gray, I.
Second Row Left to Right: Mr.
Allen, P. Davis, J. Day, J.
DeWitt, T. Gray, E. Finch,
Third Row Left to Right: R.
Fogg, D. Fowler, P. DeBeck,
G. Gordon, M. Hawkes, E.
Grindle, H. Gordon
Absent: A.D0v, E. Garland,
CLASS OF 1961
First Row Left to Right: L.
Mortimer, E. Higgins, J. Haynes,
L. Monson, J. Hopkins, M. McLea
K. Myrick, J. Johnson.
Second Row Left to Right: R.
Hardison, R. Moon, M. Hall,
J. Hastings, R. King, R. Hart,
A. Merril, G. Maddocks, J.
Maddocks, T. Kinney, Mrs.
Third Row Left to Right: K.
Linscott, D. Hamilton, E. Lewis,
D. Maher, G. Karst, H. Mortimer
Absent: K. Reed, C. Morrison,
A. Lyons, D. lngraham, L.
First Row Left to Right: S. Tapley
C. Nickerson, P. Ramsdell, J.
Springer, R. Sabo, C. Wonchoba,
S. Wilson, B. Seavey, S. Pickard,
Second Row Left to Right: Mr.
Lum, A. Williams, D. Norwood,
R. Wescott, J. Pickard, N.
Tllden, I. Tate, J. Stewart,
C. Springer, M. Povich, L.
Young, Miss Russell.
Third Row Left to Right: D.
Sargent, D. Wouri, L. Stratton,
F. Sprague, C. Phippen, P.
Wilbur, R. Wescott, E. Scott,
T. Scott, R. Pinkham, K. Shea,
L. Williams, J. Piper.
SeatedL toR Mr Pitts J Brown, Treasurer R Lakin Vice President S
Blaisdell, President J Alley Secretary P Smith G Thomas
Stand1ngL toR B Holmes S Goodale T Kinney S Austin P Marsters
K Dunbar S Tapley L Nichols
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The Student Council is not a club The members are elected by each of the four classes to represent
them It lS the duty of each of these members to bring to the attention of the Council any problem or
suggestion which is pertinent to the welfare of the student body The class representatlve then reports
the action of the Council to his class All of the decisions of the Student Council are under the superusion
of Mr Pltts
The Student Council is responsible for electing the Junior and Semor editors for the Jester handling the
financial difficultles of any club or organization whtch needs help deciding which clubs and organization
have concessions, and setting up a.nd carrying out the point system by which honor sweaters are awarded
During the past year the Student Cotmcil sponsored a book drive for the benefit of the school library as
a spec1al proJect
At the first meeting held in October, the following officers were elected to serve during the following
President Sally Blaisdell
Vice President Robert Lakin
Secretary Judith Alley
Treasurer Judith Brown
Each year the Student Council sells Student Association tickets and season tickets for basketball. I
order for a student to play any sport, join any club, or hold an office, or receive any award of any kind
from the school, he must hold a Student Association membership card. Several students have worked to
earn these cards.
Judie Alley 58
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
F1rstRowL toR V Crockett, J Sommer S B1a1sdellJ Ackerman R Sargent
M Coughlxn J Kelley
Second RowL toR B Clarke, P Johnson, J Brown, R Lakm R Jude, R Beal,
Th1rdRowL toR C Flynn J Alley, P Smxth R Jones
atlonal Honor Soclety
Under the supervxslon of Mrs George Fortler, the Natlonal Honor Society of Ellsworth High School
began another actlve year wxth the followmg students elected ln thexr Junxor year as members Marlon
Coughlxn, Joan Sommer, Rachel Sargent Jean Ackerman, Sally Blaxsdell, Vernard Crockett, and
Accordmg to the Nauonal Charter, electxon of offlcers was held twxce durxng the year Offxcers
Coughlm, Secretary Jean Ackerman Treasurer Those chosen for the second semester and
presently presldmg are Jack Kelley Presxdent Joan Sommer, Vlce Presldent Sally Blaxsdell
Secretary Vernard Crockett, Treasurer
The annual cappmg ceremony was held 1n the audltorxum February 28 wxth the followmg capped as
new members of the socxety semors Rosahe Jones, Carol Flynn Judlth Alley Peggy Smlth
Robert La.k1n jumors Barbara Clarke Judith Brown, Rosamund Jude, Phxllp Johnson, Rxchard Beal
The formal xmtxatxon for these new members IS scheduled for May 2, 1958
The Natlonal Honor Soclety xs one of the most lmportant and slgmfxcant organxzatxons of our hlgh
school In order to attaxn membershlp 1n the socxety one must excel nn these four ments leadershxp
scholarshxp, cmzenshxp and servlce The students chosen as members should mamtaln exemplary
conduct at all txmes for the rest of the student body
Sally Blalsdell 58
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chosen for the first semester were: Rachel Sargent, president, Jack Kelley, Vice Presidentg Marion
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F. H. A. OFFICERS
Seated L to R: G. Badger, T. Clough, Treas., J.
Awalt, Vice-Pres., J. Kelley, Pres., S. Fowler,
Standing Lto R: S. Holmes, J. Whitmore, S.
Alley, B. Hardison, E. Awalt, Mrs. Moore
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As an integral part of homemaking program, F. H. A. provides opportunities for students to have
idditional experiences in planning and carrying out activities related to homemaking.
Any student currently enrolled in home economics or has had one year, may become a member.
F. H. A. have eight purposes each year, members of local chapters develop a program of work including
projects and experiences which will help them work toward these purposes.
JUNIOR AND FRESHMEN MEMBERS
First Row L to R: J. Braley, B. Spurling, R. Moon,
J. Bussell, R. Wescott, S. Beal, B. Seavey, E.
Higgins, S. Fowler
Second Row L. to R: L. Gonzales, G. Badger, K. York.
S. Smith. C. Moon, J. Ashmore, E. Cunningham. S.
Gerrish. E. Awalt
Third Row L to R: Miss Thomas, J. Haley, I Grindle,
L. Mortimer, L. Monson, T. Clough, J. Clark, J.
Nesmith, C. Sargent, M. Skofield, N. Carter, B.
Sherwood, R. Springer, Mrs. Moore
Shirley Fowler, Sec.
Class of "59"
SENIOR AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS
First Row L to R: R. Rogers, G. Jordan, K. Dunbar
L- Herrick. S- Holmes, C. Wonchoba, J. Cornish, ,
P. Smith, J. Whitmore, R. Lurvey, G. Worden
f second Row 1.10 R. N. Buzzeii, K. Beal, J. Aiiey,
P. Smith, J. Steele, J. Awalt, D. Keeping, B.
Seymour, J. Kelley, S. Alley
Third Row L to R: Miss Thomas, J. Laffin, J.
Whitmore, M. Wilbur, I. Whitmore, M. Beal, F,
Getchell, L. Springer, D. Carter, B. Hardison,
B. Stockbridge, Mrs. Moore
First Row L to R: G. Davis, L. Edes, R. Sargent,
Lakin, Pres., S. Blaisdell, Vice Pres., J. Brown,
P. Wilbur, M. Coughlin, Treas. J Ackerman Sec R
L. Kinney, J. Craig, J. Boulette, D Corliss
Second RowLto R: G. Moran, P. Boss, M. Carney, N. Gould, J. Phillips, F. Getchell B Clarke R
Jude, S. Reynolds, G. Carlin, L. Hanson, B. Seymour, R. Buckminster, Mrs. Fortier
Third Row L to R: T. Power, J. Shea, P. Johnson, E. Applebee, R. Lovell, T. Joy, R Beal G Jenkins
W. Fernald, H. Ashmore, R. Davis, A. Scott
September 19, the French Club, composed of all juniors and seniors who have had two years of any language
met under the guidance and supervision of Mrs. Fortier. The following officers were elected
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Treasurer ------------ -----
Money was raised by selling cake for the annual trip to Quebec, Canada over Memorial Day week end
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At the flrst meetmg of the band electlons were held Andrew
Fennelly was elected pres1dent Mary Carney, secretary
Barbara Clarke, head lxbrarxan Barry Hxlton, assxstant l1brar1an
The band partlclpated 1n the Santa Claus Parade at Bangor and
has played at all the home basketball games A concert IS belng
planned for May
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Flrst Row Left to Rlght P Behr J Nesmxth J Shea P Sullivan A Carney S Colhns N Txlden T
Kmney B Hllton, K Emery T Scott A I-'ennelly
Second Row Left to Rlght Mr Fasano J Bragdon M Keep P Sterlmg A Chamberla1n B Clarke P
Crabtree, J Whltmore, C Fuller M Carney, S Austm
Thlrd Row Left to Right P Sm1th R Jude P Dav1s W Llnscott R Foster, R Maddocks L Flrlotte
J Esterberg, M Povxch
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First Row Left to Right M Saunders, G Carhn J Eaton L Sawyer S Hxggxns B Budway J Goodale
P Marsters J Esterberg P Behr M Blalsdell S Tapley M Tapley S Beal R Sabo N Dobbms
Second Row G Clark A Anderson S Blalsdell J Kazoutow L Herrick K Dunbar G Jordan R
Carllsle, B Seavey E Mxlltken S W11son P Sterlmg P Sulhvan P Crabtree S Collms J Whxtmore
P Ramsdell L Flrlotte J Badger K Mallock R Rogers S Alley S Gerrnsh E Lmscott J
G Gordon, J Ashmore A Fennelly R Herrxck B Hxlton L Young D Keepng R Maddocks H
Brown, G Jordan, G Maddocks
Fourth Row M Hall, J Steele, G Wescott J Awalt J Kelley S Holmes P Wnlbur J Hastings
T Klnney J Haynes J Johnson, P Saunders N Dolllver P Smtth J Hopkms F Frost A Carney
R Jones, S Goodale, J Ashmore J Cousxns J Stuart L Nxchols M Maddocks
G ee Club
The chorus, under the f1ne d1rect1on of our new conductor
Mr Fasano, enjoyed a f1ne year of new songs and concerts The
enrollment tlns year was large wh1ch helped m many performances
We have enjoyed our year of mus1cal study and we, who are to
return are lookmg forward to another year of fun w1th mus1c
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S. Gerrlsh, J Goodale, E Grmdle
L Herrxck, J Awalt, B McKeown
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Blaisdell, D. Dow.
Second Row Left to Right: B. Rogers, P. Johnson, H. Ashmore, B. Holmes, B. Clarke, R. Jude, P. Behr,
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The first meeting of the Varsity Club for the new year was held on Oct. 14,
under the direction of Mr. Lovely. It was voted to let the girls who have earned
their varsity letter be eligible to join. The following officers were elected:
Jack Kelley, President, Peter Farrell, Vice-President, Peggy Smith, Secretary
Joan Sommer, Treasurer. During the year the Varsity Club held a record
hop and initiation of new members.
R. Springer, L. Monson,
Seated Left to Right: S. Sargent, R. Jude, M. Carney,
J. Brown, J. McKenney
Standing Left to Right: Miss Violette, W. Linscott, E.
Applebee, A. Wilbur, P. Johnson, P. Higgins.
JUNIOR SPEAKING EXHIBITION
The Junior Speaking Exhibition was held on March 19. Reverend Paul Kirstead opened with the invoca-
tion. The Glee Club added several familiar songs to the evenings entertainment. David lngraham and
Micheal Povich furnished musical solos. Miss Carol Prentiss, Speech Director at the University of Maine,
was the judge.
Terrible Miss Dove
Spartacus to Gladiators
Today and Tomorrow
Death of a Hired Man
Tell-Tale Heart Edgar Allen Poe
Judith McKenney Philip Higgins
Kellogg Sixteen Maureen Daly
Arthur Wilbur Judith Brown
O. Henry Brer Rabbit was too fast for Mr. Fox Joel Chandler Harri
Sandra Sargent William Linscott
Arsenic and Old Lace
Everett Applebee Rosamond Jude
Robert Frost Raven Edgar Allen Poe
Mary Carney Philip Johnson
Richard Beal, Clayton Frost, Joanne Phillips and Lois
Hanson served as ushers. The exhibition was under the
direction of Miss Joan Violette.
The Debate Club, Lmder the supervision of Mr. Richard Arsenault, each year participates in a number
of debates, competing with many schools. This club is very beneficial to all its members and it does a
fine job in representing our school in the competitive leagues.
. DEBATE CLUB
Seated L. to R: C. Nickerson, A. Carney, L. Herrick,
J. Haynes, J. Kazutow
Standing L. to R: Mr. Arsenault, E. Finch, M. Povich,
D. Ingraham, N. Tilden
GIRLS ls BOYS STATE DELEGATES
L. to R: V. Crockett, R. Lakin, J.
Kelley, J. Sommer, A. Fennelly, J.
DIRIGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES
The above students were elected as delegates to
attend Dirigo Boys' and Girls' State. This organization,
sponsored by the American Legion, provides citizen-
ship training for girls and boys of high school age. It
gives them an opportunity to live together as self -
governing citizens, and informing them about the
duties, rights, and responsibilities of American
citizenship, in order that they may understand and
participate in the funtions of our government.
Boys' State was held at the University of Maine
and Girls' State at Colby College.
D. A. R. REPRESENTATIVE
The Daughters ol the American Revolution Good
Citizen award was received by Joan Sommer, a
senior at Ellsworth High. Qialifications are as
follows: dependability, service, leadership, and
patriotism, as well as scholarship, which a student
must have, to be eligible for such an award.
ALL STATE BAND Sz CHORUS
Evelyn Grindle, Barbara Clarke, Barry Hilton, and
Robert Foster represented our high school at the All
State Band and Chorus Festival. The students chosen
for participation in this program are selected for
their outstanding ability in the music field.
J. Ackerman, ll. Coughlln, P. Wilbur
S. Blaisdell, S. Reynolds, J. Craig,
Lto R: J. Sommer, J. Alley. L. Wilbur,
Mrs. Springer, ll. Saunders, V. Crockett
The library, under the supervision of Mr. Pedder, has had many books donated
to it through the efforts of a book drive sponsored by the Student Council. New metal
book cases have been ordered. The librarians have voluntarily given their free
periods to keep the library orderly. Plans are alreadv being made for even better
use al the library next.year.
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First Row: L to R-C. Flynn, B.
Phillips, P. Higgins, B. Budway, J. Alley
Second Row: L to R-R. Jones, J. Ackerman, J. Mclienney, D. Bull, G.
Wescott, M. Saunders, Mrs. Springer, S. Blaisdell
Third Row: Lto R- N. Anderson, E. Madrell, J. Nesmith, P. Smith, C.
Sargent, M. Scofield, A. Fennel
ly, E. Hooper
SeatedLtoR: lr. Pedder, L. Kinney,
Standing L to R: R. Jude, F. Getchell,
Seated L to R: F. Frost, R. Lurvey, B. King, R. Moon
Standing L to R: P. Wilbur, L. Springer, B. Hardison,
The Cafeteria personnel, under the efficient direction of Mrs. Edes and Mrs. Wessel,
have given excellent service.
The well balanced meals have been popular with the whole student body.
LUNCH TICKET PERSONNEL
Front RowLtoR P Smith G Wescott
C Wonchoba M Keep R Rogers R
Back RowLtoR L Grindle L Wilbur
K Dunbar A Carney G Clark
Hardison J Alley J Maddocks
Our school banking program was carried out thxs
year under the supervlslon of Mr Dmmham and our head
bank teller, Andrew Fennelly Bank tellers were
chosen in each home room to handle the weekly partxcx
patxon ol the students xn the program
We hope that more students w11l realize the rising
need for a savmgs account and take part ln thxs lnvalu
able program ln their future years at Ellsworth Hxgh
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Richard xs a fxrst prize wlnner ln the chemxstry
d1v1s1on of talks and demonstrations in the State Science
Fair For his entry of tuberculosls research, Richard
was awarded a S200 scholarship and a chance to partici
pate m the New England Science Fair We are very
proud of this member of our student body and wish him
SeatedLtoR J Sprmger P Jones J Haynes J
Ackerman S Reynolds B Hardxson R Jones J
Stand1ngLtoR J Hastmgs E Finch P Hlggms
Seymour A Chamberlaxn R Allen J Tracy P
Sullxvan L Sawyer E Madrell J Clark S Tapley
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"COme and get it! Soup'S 0112" "SL1yf Have yuu hL'LlI'd lm- 1.111-at ?"
"IFS Ei beautiful 8-fl9I'nO0n- WT10 Wants U3 Study- " "We have that game wuh Brewer tun1tv. Lefs prnctloc thuse cheers!
As varled as the lands from Wh1Ch they sprxn
And var1ed 1n thelr uses near as much,
Some stones do not appear to men as such
But, rather, as the ransom of a k1ng
Some valued are for comforts wh1ch they br1ng
Lrke coal, wh1ch heats w1th what seems maglc touch
Or lron, prlzed from Esk1mo to Dutch
And Jewels, for wh1ch men rlsk everyth1ng
Yet all are plucked from out the grasp of earth
And all retam the coolness of the1r source
Then' value ln men s mmds marks out thelr worth
And greed enlarges lt w1th show oi force
As monuments, w1th date of death and b1rth,
Stones mark each man whose race has run 1ts course
Rachel Sargent 58
MY DOG THE KING
I l1ke to th1nk my dog, the k1ng
Llstens and watches everyth1ng
He hears my call and sees me go
Out the door to shovel snow
He follows me and mmds me well
Has he a m1nd, well, who can tell?
I l1ke to tlunk my dog the Klng
Understands when I say Brmg
Whether It s a stxck or rubber ball
Or my sheep skm slrppers,
From out UI the hall
He seems to know my many commands
I 11ke to belleve he understands
I l1ke to tlunk my dog, the k1ng
Would really l1ke to learn to smg
For he starts to howl when the flre wlustle blows
But what for or why, nobody really knows
I know Ins bark IS worse than h1s b1te
Yet he may scare people when they walk by at mght
And I l1ke to thmk my dog, The Klng,
Should have the best of everyth1ng
Rlchard Beal 59
HIGH SCHOOL RE FLECTIONS
Four years ago I, scared to death
Wandered m here and found a desk
My heart was pound1ng ln my ear
And not a soul would g1ve me cheer
New faces saw I, and I thought
I know I ll never l1ke th1s lot
The teachers faces I d1d eye
They looked so str1ct I thought I d d1e
The books seemed bxg and tall a.nd thxck
Each t1me I looked, I turned back quxck
So to the classroom, cold as 1ce,
I crept to a seat and found lt nxce
Folks I d1sl1ked on that f1rst day
Now seem to be very much 0 K
Each year I learned to l1ke It more
And now those years don t seem l1ke four
But here I am a semor now,
W1th scarce a wrlnkle on my brow
And so today I m glad that I,
Attended good old Ellsworth Hlgh
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WHAT AUTUMN MEANS TO ME
When the a1r IS crrsp and the sun IS bold
And the leaves fall fluttermg red and gold
There s the smell of wood smoke on the breeze
As we gather apples from our trees
The mountalnsxde IS a pageant of flame,
Such rlotous colors no artlst can tame
Then I th1nk of my loved ones and of my school
And know I must try to follow each rule
That was g1ven by God to Moses that day
That all men must cher1sh and try to obey
Because Autumn comes the last of September
Th1s IS the tlme that I lxke to remember
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School opened with a class of scared
Freshmen and a class of conf1dent
Freshman 1n1t1ation They lwed to
tell of lt at the evenmg program and
Teachers' Convent1on the students
see th1ngs reversed as the teachers
go to school
The Umted States Marine Band gave
mat1nee and evening concerts never
to be forgotten
The newly organized football team
w1ns one at H1gginsl
We have a week off not much fun though
lt seems everyone has the flu
Amerxcan Education Week Open House
Hancock County Round Rob1n and our
f1rst glxmpse at what the Eagles have
to offer th1s year
Wlllxam Wallace was the guest speaker
on Marvels of the M1nd He cer
ta1n1y is a very amazmg gentleman
Sen1or Variety Show Entertamment
Our fzrst game of the basketball
season and our first w1n
Sm1le Pretty! First group p1ctures
for the Jester by Stevens Stud1o
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of a C1Vl1 A1r Patrol un1t
Midmte oil for sale M1d years
The g1rls opened a successful
basketball agamst Sumner
An exc1t1ng day for the Jun1ors and
Senxors as the new members of the
Nat1onal Honor Socxety were capped
1Il the trad1tional ceremony 111 the
aud1tor1um As is the custom, he
new members had to wear thexr caps
School closed for the M1d Term
Back to school and the home stretch
for the Semors
P V C Debate at Old Town
Harlem Globetrotters held eXh1b1
t1on m our gym
29 June 1
Jun1or Speakers held thexr f1nal
exh1b1t1on Surely a.n enJoyable
One Act Play Contest held at
Cala1s Ellsworth's entry was an
Hancock Commty Sc1ence Fa1r held
m Blue H111 Several prom1s1ng
sc1ent1sts from Ellsworth part1c1
State Sc1ence Fa1r held w1th D1ck
Beal a w1m1er He certa1nly IS a
credxt to Ellsworth I-hgh and
deserves the honor
Spec1al assembly was held for the
orgamzatxon of a Youth H1ghway
Safety Councll Our students
are now begmmng to realxze the
elements of safety
The all State Band And Chorus
Fest1val was held a.nd Ellsworth
Hlgh School sent a f1ne delegat1on
State F H A Convent1on
Certalnly a memorable occas1on for
those attend1ng as well as part1c1
F1rst game of the baseball season
w1th Bar Harbor
Band and Chorus held dlnner and
dance A well earned reward
Jumor Prom held lots of stardust
Off for Quebec French Club leaves
for a weekend tr1p
Any m1dn1ght o11 left? lt s tlme for
It s the lovehest n1ght of the year
Class mght H1lar1ty rergns who
goes where, when and how?
It s a bag world but we feel pretty
well prepared after our four years
at E H S Who knows, classmates
whether we may ever meet agaxn
Good bye to Ellsworth Hlgh Schooll
We ve graduated to a blgger school
whlch never termmates the world
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A c1rcle has no corners
An oval has no corners too
But not so nearly no corners as a c1rcle has
Peter I dream every mght about baseball
B1ll1e Don t you ever dream about a.nyth1ng else gxrls for example 'P
Peter What and m1ss my turn at bat'
Sen1or Glrls When a bunch of g1rls get together, we p1ty the flrst one who leaves
Salesman Thls model has a top speed of 130 mxles per hour and she ll stop on a d1me
Bllly Fernald What happens then 9
Salesman A l1ttle putty knlfe comes out and scrapes you off the wmdshleld
She s so dumb she stands ln front of the m1rror w1th her eyes
shut to see how she looks when she s asleep
The mus1c ln the jomt was so bad that when a wa1ter dropped a
tray full of dlshes, everyone got up and started dancmg
Harul lo meckle Oh boy' there s a full earth tonxght
Use lump soap Doesn t lather Doesn t bubble Doesn t
clean It s just company 1n the tub
Fxrst mosqulto What are you so happy about?
Second mosqulto I just passed my screen test
Glve me a mttch Bob
Here lt lS Tom
Well can you beat that? Ive forgotten my tlgarettes
Too bad guess you won t need the match after all, w1ll you?
A skeleton lS a strlpteaser who overdld lt
Grandf ither and granddaughter stood watchmg the young people dance about them
I ll bet you never saw dancmg l1ke that back m the n1net1es, eh, gramps?
Once, but the place was ralded
If at flrst you don t succeed, try, try agaln Then stop After all, there s no
ISS bemg s1lly about It
He Fly to She Fly Say you love me, or I 11 Jump 1nto the f1rst bowl of soup that I see
To err IS human but when the eraser wears out before the pencll you are overdomg xt
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THE ROYAL PAIR
Judle Alley and Robert Carr
SNOW BALL CARNIVAL
On February 28 the Junnor Chamber of Commerce agam spon
sored their axmual Snow Ball Carnival at the Ellsworth Cnty Hall
The classes chose thexr candidates for lung and queen The royal
couple was chosen the night of the dance Robert Carr and Judlth
Alley were crowned King and Queen The dance was greatly enjoyed
by all and the wxnter decoratlons added to the galety of the occasxon
CANDIDATES FOR KING AND QUEEN
LtoR: J. Alley, B. Budway, J. Nesmith, J. Sprmger, R. Carr
R. Ackerman. R. Davls, C. Eaton
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F1rst Row LtoR B Phllhps J Crowley, N Gould J Kelley
L Wxlbur, M Saunders D Corllss J Boulette L Kmney
J Cralg T Kmney C Flynn
Second Row LtoR I Murch, L Edes P Sm1th R Jones
R Sargent J Alley, M Coughlm P Wllbur F Getchell
S Blalsdell R Stevens M Pov1ch P Hxggms
Tlurd Row LtoR A Sm1th B Merrltt L Hlggms T
Joy R Carr F Watts W Fernald T Power J Bunker,
A. Fennelly B Hllton D Stover
On December 5 1957 the Semor Class sponsored a successful
Varxety Show We presented to an attenuve audxence such celebr1t1es
as Elvxs Presley Johnme Ray and Debbxe Reynolds known to us as
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Teddy Joy Bobby Carr and Marxlyn Saunders Everyone enjoyed
our own French Chorus Lme The Dancing Sxsters, and the great
smgmg ab1l1ty of Davxd Ingraham Each specxal act made xts own
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ONE ACT PLAYS
Dramatlcsl The sou1's self GXIJTGSSIOH Our three one act
plays brmg out a httle Shakespeare 111 all of us
SENIOR PLAY CASI'
Seated. J Ackerman Mrs Linscott S Blalsdell
Standing: T Power V Crockett A. Fennelly
JUNIOR PLAY CAST QREGIONAL ENTRYJ
Lto R. J McKenney W Nickerson R. Poster
P Higgins Miss Violette
FREEMAN PLAY CAST
Seated P Ramldell S Goodale A. Carney
Standilllt A. Chamberlain R. Ackerman
M. Povich Mr Pedder
Flrst Row LtoR P Sterlxng, J Brown L Herrick, M. Tapley
J Haynes P Hxggms J Awalt J Kelley S Austm T Klnney
Second Row' Lto R L Hanson N Txlden K Mallock
P Sullivan M McLean J Sprxnger, C Sargent O Ordway
J Esterberg P Behr P Crabtree R Carhsle C Fuller
J Brown A Carney S Goodale, Mxss Vxolette
Th1rdRow LtoR C Flynn J Cralg B Phxlllps R Foster
W Llnscott T Powers A Fennelly R Carr, W Nxckerson
F Watts J Saunders J Nesmxth
Fourth Row LtoR G Worden J Eaton M Carney E Went
worth L Nxchols C Fulton M Fulton, S Tapley N Dolliver
The Dramatlcs Club was orgamzed under the supervlsxon of
Miss Joan Vxolette
The followmg offlcers were elected.
The club made a trlp to Belfast to attend a drama conference
and has been largely responslble for dramatxc act1v1t1es mn the
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JACK KELLEY vornn uos'r LIKELY 'ro succsmrr
The outstandmg student of the Class of 1958 S Bl31Bd9u and R. Lakin
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Marshall J Jenluns T Power
Second Row Left to Rtght G Moran L Patten D DeRaps H Conners B Holmes G Clark P
Farre1l,G Jenluns R Allen C Brown
Third Row, Left to Rlght J Smxth R Madrell H Chever1e F Sprague R Kane C Eaton A Scott
Once agaln football was revlved at Ellsworth wlth only three letter men
returmng Although playxng a l1m1ted schedule the team, under the excellent
tutorlng of Coach Damon recexved valuable experlence Slnce most of the
players are underclassmen thxs experlence w111 help produce future teams
at Ellsworth Hxgh School It IS hoped that 1n the commg years more xnterest
wxll be dlsplayed tn thns sport
Those recexvmg letters for the fxrst txme were Peter Farrell Tom Power
Albert Smxth Jack Kelley Phxlxp Johnson Bxlly Nickerson, Rxchard
Saunders Gary Moran, and Charlxe Eaton Prevtous letter wxnnels are
Barrxe Rogers Andy Scott, and Robert Lovell
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Standmg L to R C Eaton, B Rogers A Scott, T Joy W Nlckerson
P Farrell J Gordon B Holmes G Clark W Kmght, J Kelley
Kneehng L to R J Form, Mgr R Dow Mgr Coach Lovely
F Watts Mgr
Although lacklng m hexght, but not ln des1re, the
Ellsworth Eagles completed a successful season and
almost made the Eastern Mame Tournament After
losmg a few games at the begmmng of the season, the
team came on to pull the upset of the year by defeatlng
Brewer Th1s was due to the excellent coachmg of
Eugene Lovely and the sp1r1t of the boys
Follow1ng IS the nucleous of thxs year's squa
Peter Farrell, Andy Scott, Ted Joy, Jack Kelley, and
Barr1e Rogers The remainder of the team was made
up of the followmg W1ll1am Nlckerson, Gary Clark
Blame Holmes, Jack Gordon, Charles Eaton, an
The Eagles posted the1r flrst vxctory when they
defeated the Pemetic Indlans Ted Joy paced the
Eagles wlth erghteen pomts a.nd Farrell followed wxth
Andy Scott contrmbuted fxfteen pomts 1n a loslng
cause, as the Eagles dropped a hard fought tussle to
Old Town then entertaxned the Eagles 1n the1r
thlrd outxng and defeated the Eagles by seven pomts
Farrell led the Ellsworth scorers by postmg runeteen
John Bapst poured on the pressure xn the fxnal
per1od and went home wlth an 81 64 vlctory over the
Ellsworth qumtet Farrell agam led the scorers
w1th elghteen a.nd Kelley added thlrteen
At the expense of Bucksport, the Eagles posted
thexr second verd1ct of the season Rogers paced the
Ellsworth attack wlth runeteen pomts and Joy contrx
ln the next game at Belfast, the Eagles lost a
two polnt decxslon to the Lxons Barrle Rogers paced
Ellsworth wlth ftfteen pomts
Farrell and Scott provided the spark as Ellsworth
defeated the v1s1t1ng Pemettc Ind1ans Scott had
twenty one pomts a.nd Farrell added twenty
The Eagles clawed the Tlgers from Rockland for
the1r fourth wln Agam Ellsworth was led by Farrell,
who swlshed twenty two pomts, and Scott, who scored
Bangor then clxpped the Eagles wmgs as the
Eagles went down to the1r fxfth defeat Farrell paced
the losers wxth thmrteen pomts
Peter Farrell put twenty exght blg pomts through
the hoop as the Eagles avenged an earller loss to the
Bar Harbor Seaslders
Led by sharp shootxng Peter Farrell, who dumped
ln twenty one pomts, the Eagles gave the much taller
Brewer Wxtches a run for the1r money for three
quarters before bowmg out 1n the fxnal per1od
The Ellsworth qulntet avenged a.n earller defeat
by Belfast by rackmg up an 82 44 vlctory The v1ctors
were paced by Farrell wxth twenty one Kelley wlth
sxxteen, and Scott addmg fourteen
The Eagles proceeded on the vxctory trall with
a hard earned w1n over the v1s1t1ng Old Town Indxans
wlth twenty three a.nd Teddy Joy who contrxbuted
The host, Bucksport was taken xnto camp as the
Ellsworth quxntet made lt three vlctorles xn a row
Farrell threw 1n twenty one, and Joy and Scott scored
Commg back from a 17 6 f1rst per1od d6f1Clt
the mspxred Eagles staged the upset of the year as
they defeated the Brewer Wxtches Tlus was mdeed
a team effort and, undoubtedly the best game the
Eagles played thxs season The wxnners were paced
by Farrell and Kelley who bagged seventeen and
fourteen pomts respectlvely
Paced by Farrell a.nd Rogers, the Eagles suffered
another defeat at the hands of the Bangor Rams
The Eagles cllnched the1r second wm of the
season over Rockland as they dumped m exghty one
poxnts Farrell was the bxg gun for the Eagles as he
swmshed thxrty three pomts and Kelley dumped 1n
Tournament-bound John Bapst then defeated the
Eagles 1n the fmal game of the season Farrell
led the Eagles 1n the losxng cause by scormg elghteen
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137 78 352
71 49 191
55 64 174
56 35 147
' 56 26 138
21 28 70
20 10 50
6 4 16
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r 54 r r 63
1' A' 64 n 81
RM worth 78 u r 54
7' Ellsworth 44 Belfast 46
rth 66 i 58
X-I r 78 5
Q? rt: 46 r 78
Y rth 68 r r 63
J worth 59 r r 69
I worth 82 44
' worth 64 n 60
worth 77 71
rth 55 Brewer 52
rth 64 n r 89
r h B1 47
r ' 60 82
Llttle publlclty ts gxven to tlus group of boys who
under the capable dlrectlon of Coach Luce hate
COmD119d a record of mne w1ns and slx losses Thls
team should supply future varsxty teams wlth good
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Q Seated L to R: P. Johnson, H. Ashmore, R.
Dow, K. Clark, D. DeRapps, G. Moran, Mr.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
After sex eral changes from freshman to J V and
fron tarsltw. to J V the J V s complled a record
of ntne wms a.nd nme losses
The team scored a total of 817 pomts for an
at erage of 43 4 pomts per game Leadtng scorers
were Blame Holmes wxth 148 polnts Rxchard Kane
wlth 14a and Alfred Chamberlaxn wxth 94 pomts
One of sex eral outstandlng games was a 4a 41
or ertxme wln ox er Brewer at Brewer
SeatedLtoR Mr Luce A Chamberlaln H
Conners M Hawks C Brown C Phxppen R
Ackerman G Karst R Hart Mgr
Stand1ngLtoR M Povxch Mgr H Gordon D
Fowler R Pmkham, T Scott R Allen L
Stratton K Shea, R Kmg
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is Toti 317 Poxnts Opp ment Total 729
Lovell, A. Wilbur, R. Kane, R. Saunders, D.
Standing L to R: R. Beal Mgr.g D. Archer, D.
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SeatedLtoR W Rogers F Gordon G Moran G Clark J Form J Awalt R
Kane D Archer A Scott W Knight Mr Whitmore
StandxngLt0R R Buckminster J Kelley A Wilbur R Davis R Lovell P
Farrell W Nickerson J Gordon J Walsh H Ashmore R Beal
The seven returning lettermen this year were Walsh, Awalt Rogers,
Farrell, F Gordon, Moran and Lovell
Those receiving letters for the first time were R Kane, G Clark
A Scott, J Kelley, and J Gordon
Those receiving numerals for the first time were D Archer and A
The team closed the season with a 10-7 win over Bar Harbor to tie with
Bucksport for first place in the Hancock County league
SCHEDULE AND SCORES
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John Bapst 8
Bar Harbor 7
William Nickerson "59"
Knee11ngLtoR C Eaton G Grlndle F Gonzales D Osler K Awalt J Smlth B
Fogg J Tracy D DeRaps P Sylua
Stand1ngLtoR A Call A Smxth J Ashmore F Jordan P Johnson P Hurley
G Thomas J Boulette R Dow Mr Allen
TRACK 1 9 57
The track team part1c1pat1ng xn many meets worked at a dlsadvantage last year
Because the Squad was few ln number certaln members had to compete ln three or four
events w1th1n the spread of a few mmutes
Fred Jordan set a new record for the dxscus and the shot put at the county meet at
Wxlltam Nxckerson 59
Perhaps the least recognlzed of our xarslty sports but certalnly one of the most
arduous IS cross country The boys coached by Mr Sprxpue worked falthfully to pro
duce a good squad
Captaxn Donald Osler Howard Dorr Charles D1ll1on and B1ll Lxnscott carr1ed much
of the load for the Ellsworth team thxs season
W1ll1am "hckerson 59
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Front RowLtoR Mr Sprague D Sargent W Llnscott T Scott A Chamberlam
Back RowLtoR A Wxlllams G Karst H Dorr J Gordon C Dxllon D Osler
L to R.: J. Goodale, P. Crabtree, J. Esterberg, J.
Forni, K. Emery, M. Tapley, P. Behr.
SENIOR AND JUNIOR BOWLERS
First Row L. to R.: B. Seymour, R. Jones, J. Ackerman, J. Awalt, J. Craig, B.
Phillips, R. Sargent, L. Kinney, C. Flynn, J. Phillips, L. Edes, D. Corliss, J. Boulette
Second Row L. to R.: K. York, R. Springer, J. Clark, K. Beal, E. Awalt, M. Carney
M. Coughlin, 1. Murch, L. Hanson, G. Carlin, L. Springer, R. Maddocks, J. Kelley,
J. Alley, Miss Plaisted.
Third Row L. to R.: D. Keeping, J. Nesmith, J, Brown, J. Sommer, F. Getchell,
B. Clarke, T. Clough, R. Jude, M. Skofield, N. Anderson, P. Smith, S. Gerrish, M. Keep
FRESHMEN 81 SOPHOMORE BOWLERS
First Row L. to R.: C. Fuller, J. Haynes, S. Austin, R. Carlisle, T. Kinney, K. Emery
P. Behr, M. Tapley, J. Forni, J. Goodale, P, Crabtree, J. Esterberg, R. Sabo, B
Second Row L. to R.: H. Brown C. DeBeck S. Goodale, A. Carney, M. Blaisdell
M. McLean P. Sullivan, J. Eaton, L. Sawyer, L. Herrick, S. Higgins, J. Whitmore
P. Sterling, S. Alley, O. Ordway, Miss Plaisted
Third Row L. to R.: L. Monson N. Dobbins, S. Tapley, J. Hopkins, E. Cunningham
C. Merchant L. Nichols M. Maddocks, N. Dolliver, C. Fulton, M. Fulton, S. Collins
M. Hall, R. Moon
Fourth Row L. to R.: P, Saunders P. Ramsdell L. Mortimer, J. Badger, G. Clark,
B. Carroll, S. Beal, P. Smith, H. Guite, L. Firlotte, J. Maddocks
L. to R: C. Flynn, J. MCKenney, P. Behr, J. Brown, L. Kinney, M. Tapiey, G. Davis
Front Row L to R: M. Carney,
K. Emery, J. Craig, P. Boss,
T. Kinney, S. Austin, J. Ester-
Back Row L to R: G. Davis, M.
Tapley, L. Kinney, J. Brown,
P. Behr, J. McKenney, C. Flynn
Standing L. to R: J. Craig, K. Emery, S
Austin, T. Kinney, M. Carney, G. McKeown
P. Boss, J. Esterberg
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The cheerleaders were organized under the
superv1s1on of M1ss Russell The varsity
cheerleaders were provided with new maroon
jumpers made by the home economics depart-
ment. Both squads gave welcome support to
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
StandingL toR E Grlndle G Carlln L I-Ierrlck P Sullxvan T Clough N Clough B Clarke
J Philhps R Jude S Colhns, J Awalt J Form Mxss Plalsted
Kneel1ngL toR. J Eaton Mgr S Blalsdell P Smxth J Sommer Co Captalns A Carney Mgr
The Ellsworth High School basketball Eaglettes have enjoyed a successful season this
year of seven wins and no losses under the skillful coaching of Mlss Marjorie Plalsted
The Ellsworth Eaglettes have averaged 48 points compared w1th23 Mor the opposition
Leading scorers were Joan Sommer 113 Barbara Clarke, 97 and Peggy Smxth 75 Start
lng in the guard position were Sally Blalsdell, Thelma Clough Rosamond Jude and Joanne
Phillips Others seeing plenty of action were Evelyn Grlndle, Jeanette Awalt, Linda
Herrick, Jean Fornl, Nancy Clough Genevieve Carlm Shlela Collins and Patricia Sullivan
Managers were Joan Eaton and Anne Carney
SCHEDULE OF GAMES AND SCORES
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Standing L. to R.: L. Whlte, S. Closson, M. Tibbetts, B. Clarke, B. Kane, J. Phillips
N. Anderson, G. Carlin, 1... Herrick, E. Grindle, J. Forni
Kneeling L. to R.: Miss Plaisted, P. Behr, S. Butler, J. McKenney, B. Smith, P.
Smith, L. Wilbur, R. Jude, J. Sommer, C. Baker
Under the excellent coaching ability of Miss Marjorie Plaisted, the Ellsworth High
School girls' softball team has compiled an extraordinary record of no defeats in the
last tour years with 9 wins and 0 losses this year.
After winning the P. V. C. trophy permanently ln 1954, the team has been un-
defeated for the last three years to win the Hancock County championship and P. V.C.
title, earning the right to keep their second P. V. C. trophy.
The team's starting llne-up and batting averages are as follows: Connie Baker,
lr. f. J, . 806g Joan Sommer l1.f. J, . 625, Barbara Clark, 11st basej, . 523, Rosamond
Jude, ich, .474g Patty Behr, 12nd basel, .472g Peggy Smith, Qs. s. J, .4445 Betty
Ann Smith, tc. f. J, . 410, Beverly Kane, lp. l, . 333, and Sharon Butler, 43rd basel,
. 300. Other squad members with playing experience: Pitcher, Joanne Phillips,
Catcher, Genevieve Carlin, Shortstop, Judith Mclienney, Third Base, Evelyn Grindleg
Second base, Linda Herrick, Outfielders, Lorna Wilbur, Nancy Anderson, and
Beverly Kane's outstanding pitching record consisted oi 51 imtlngs of play, 49
strikeouts, allowed 15 bases on ball, and 37 hits. The substitute pitcher, Joanne
Phillips, played 12 innings, struck two out, allowed two bases on balls, and 3 hits.
Ellsworth Bar Harbor
Ellsworth Old Town
Ellsworth Mt. Desert
Ellsworth 17 Bar Harbor 2
T55 total runs '2'8'tBtal runs
20. 6 game average 3. 1 game average
Joan Sommer ' 58
CEM, .. 1923
Alexander, Loulse fRoyall Milhnocket
Beal, Alv1n deceased
Bonsey, Arthur deceased
Brxdges James, North Arlmgton, V1rg1n1a
Brown, Pers1s QRobertsJ Ellsworth
Carhsle Carlton, Mason Surry
Carter Byard, Plalstow, N H
Colp1tts, Hazel lBlackstonel Western Umon
Crabtree Dorothy QBa1rl Wlute Plams, N Y
Davxs, Margaret Ch1ef Operator, New England
Tel 8tTel Ellsworth
Dyer, Ethel Uordanl Ellsworth
Freder1c, Kenneth Mill Mgr Strong, Mame
Gasper, Manford, Raxlway Express, M C R R.
Hlggms, Kenneth, Portland, Mame
Jones Beairlce Uonesj Ellsworth
Jordan, Madehne QRod1ckJ Tel Operator
Lmnehan, Ehzabeth lMahonl Ellsworth
Moon Ralph N E Tel 8: Tel, Ellsworth
Moore, Dana, Electr1c1a.n Ellsworth
Moore, Margaret fCO0lldgE, Ellsworth
Rlchmond Ferne 1Tracyl Auburn
Round Gerald, Veazxe
Royal, Donald Great Northern Paper Co
Royal Raymond, U S Post Offlce Ellsworth
Sawyer, Sherman, Bangor
Smclalr, Harvard Southwest Hbr Carpenter
Tracy, Clyde, Gulf 011 Corp , Auburn
CVM, of I928
Adams, Edlth, K1neo Store Ellsworth
Brovum, James, State Dept of Educatlon,
Campbell V1rg1ma lBlackmanJ L1berty Natlonal
Candage Marlon deceased
Carney, Rodernck, Eastman's Store, Ellsworth
Carter, John deceased
Clark, Russell, Greenhouse employee, Plula
Conley, Pr1scxllaQSmartJ Stewart, Nev
Damels, Freda fMlu1k9l'l, Freeport
Dav1s, Dora fReevesl Drllon South Carohna
Davls, Jeanette deceased
Day, Robert, C K Foster, Inc Ellsworth
Drummey, John, Bangor, Mame
Duma Evelyn QDeW1ttJ Ellsworth
Dunn Madelyn lBrownj Ellsworth
El1ason, Karen tMonroel Clyne Court Newport
Fletcher, H Gerald, Bangor Hydro Electr1c
Fort1er, Frank, Tuttle Fortler Plumbmg C0
Foss, June fSm1thl Ellsworth
Goodwm, Greely, Warrant Offlcer U S Navy
H1ggll'lS, Fred, Proprletor of Electrlcal Store,
Johnson, Sylvxa fHamorl Bar Harbor
Moon, W1111S deceased
Moore, Carl, Typewr1ter Store, Bangor, Mame
Saunders Harr1et deceased
Sadler, Charlotte 1Morsel Teacher, Ellsworth
Sm1th, Henry, Perhn s Store, Ellsworth
Sm1th, Robert deceased
Spurhng, Dorothy lwhltneyl Southwest Harbor
Thorsen James, Danvxlle, New Hampshxre
CEU, of 1933
Arnold Betty QLancasterl Lmncoln, Mame
Arnold Ruth, Proofreader, United Lutheran
Publication House, Phrladelphla, Penn
Ashmore, Beulah lBakerJ Ellsworth
Austm, Kathleen lStackpolel Ellsworth
Beal Franklln FredW Beal Inc , Ellsworth
Bragdon Erva fHaynesl Bangor, Maine
Clough, Mary, Waitress Hancock House, Ells
Cochrane, Marguente lMarleyl Ellsworth
Coleman, Jeanette QChevervl Ellsworth
Conley Olive, Teacher at Old Town Hxgh School
Conners Herbert, General Electrxc, Lynn, Mass
Cushman Al1cefWoodburyJNat1ck Mass
Davls, Anme QGunualdl Bucksport, Mame
DeMeyer, Everett deceased
Denms Lawrence, Denms Botthng Co Ells
Dodge Dorothy fYorkl Hancock Mame
Dorxty, Audrey lBullJ R N Eastern Memorxal
Dorlty, Mathel lBelllOt1s Mame
Dorxty, Mxldred fSm1thl Stratton s Ellsworth
Eldrxdge Gladys fWeartJ
Emery Marjor1efDeBeckJFrankl1n Mame
Googms, ElvaKJuddlSpr1ngf1eld Mass
Gray Carl, Portsmouth Navy Yard L1ves at
York Beach, Mame
Gray, V1v1a.n lStackpoleJ Ellsworth
Hanson, Rxchard Bangor, Mame
Henry Lewls deceased
Hlggms Estella QI-'rederxcl Strong Maine
H1gg'1IlS Wxlllam Carpenter Dow Fxeld
Hlllgrove, Leonard deceased
I-lodgluns, Marxon tGalonl South Pans Mame
Johnston Jack Teacher at Sumner Memorlal
Jude, Judson Lawyer, Newport Mame
Lmscott Kathenne fBl'ldg6S, Newberry's
Lord, Shlrley United States Army
Lovell, Lee, Constructlon Co , Hartford Conn
Lowell, Madehne QNoell South Brewer Maine
Loweree, Helen lReynoldsJ deceased
Marshall, Paul deceased
Meader, Persls fK1mballl deceased
Ray John Plumbmg Contractor St Peters
Reed, Claxre fMoorel Carlbou Mame
Robxnson, Ella, tBodel Atlanta, Georgla
Sahsbury Charles Assoc1atedBu1lders,
Sahsbury Lucllle CBraleyl0t1s, Mame
Sallsbury Marjorie fNumeyerJ Kansas Clty
Sm1th, Lorene, North Blue Hlll, Mame
Smlth Robert, Reta.1lF1sh Business Ells
Slow Gllbert deceased
Spnnger, John, Statlon Agent, Waukeag, Mame
Sprmger, Robert, Umted States Army
Studer, Helen QSIIIIVZIIJ Cambrxdge Mass
Txlden, Arthur, Atlantlc Machme Toolmg Co
Tllden Jasper, Restaurant Km Motel, Ellsworth
Walker, Davxd, F B I Washington, D C
Warren Eugene deceased
Wh1te Embert Southwest Harbor F1sh Co
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Duffee, Robert, Musician, Blue Island, Illinols
Phillips, Margaret, Instructor of Nutrmon B U
School of Medicine
Ramsdell Gordon Professor at U M. Ellsworth
Smith, Ma.r1on1Merr1ttj Cincinnati Ohio
Anderson, Daphne fBarkerj Dhahran, Saud1 Arabia
Beal, Frednck, FredW Beal Inc , Ellsworth
Bradgon, Jasper, FredW Beal Inc Ellsworth
Bresnahan Anita lNewcombJ Saco, Mame
Brooks Gertrude fllerrlckl Ellsworth
Brown Marlon fPeglowl Bay C1ty, M1Ch1g3.!l
Campbell, Berla, WAC
Carter, Genevieve CHawkinsj Parnett, Mame
Chamberlam, Allred flhlled 1n Actlonl
Cottle, M1ldred Eastern Memorial Hospltal
Crabtree, Ruth lGregoryl Garymoore V1llage
Dennis Bess1efSlomJR.1chmond Va.
Farrell Lena, Holden Mame
Grant M1ldred fLaffmJ Ellsworth
Grlndle Charlotte fGrayJ Ellsworth
Gnndle Ida fHlgg1l'lS,
Guthrze, Jean fFoleyJ R N Industrxal Work,
Haslam John , Salesman, Col Coal 8: Iron
New Orleans La.
Haynes, WIVIR fMacyl Ellsworth
Hxchborn Merle, Bookkeeper Hampden
Hlggms Barbara lMcKayl Bar Harbor
H0dgk1Il.S, Ena lFryeJ Hartford, Conn
Homer Evelyn QDowl Ellsworth
Jones Ralph Mill Worker Ellsworth
Sargent, Slurley, M111 Worker, Ellsworth
Shea, Robert, Emmons L Shea Co Ells
Spr1nger, Alton Admmlstratlve Engineer
for Eureka Will1ams Greenwlch Conn
Starkey Gertrude, Telephone Offxce, Ells
Jordan, Phylhs fPoorj Long Island, N Y
Joy, Hale, Joy s I G A Store, Ellsworth
Nickerson, Irene fBrownj
Patten, Jarvls Pamter, San Francxsco
Raymond, John, M A.. Clark lnc , Ells
Tinker, Arnold, Contractor Cambrldge
Walker, Frances, Joy's I G A Ellsworth
Wlute, Preston 25 Edson St New Britam
Woods Mary tFahrenbruchl Free Lance
Wrxter Lakewood Callf
6614.4 of 1943
Carter, Helen KConnollyJ Brooklyn, N Y
Woods, Anne IRomanol Gullford, Marne
Anderson, George, New England Tel 81 Tel
Co , Ellsworth
Applebee, Raymond, Marne Central Rallroad,
Beal, Carol F QDQVISP Ellsworth
Bradford, Chfton, Navy, Statloned at Memphxs
Brown, Jeanette lScammonsl Schenectady, N Y
Clarke, Raymond M. , DlStI1Ct Supervisor of
Schools, South Portland, Mame
Closson, Corrms E fHenr1cksonl Sec for
Pratt Whltney Co , Conn
Closson, Alberta E tFreemanJ Wilmington,
Colwell Charles, Colwell s Garage, Hancock,
Crabtree, Hazel L QHagenJ Spokane, Washmgton
Davis, Carol E QBeall R N Machxas
Davis, Roland, New England Tel 8: Tel Co ,
Davis, James, Sell employed, Ellsworth Falls
Eaton, Almond H Whlte's 011 Co , Ellsworth
Estey, Jean O lBunkerl R N , Ellsworth
Faulkner, Joyce Ehzabeth 1Hotchk1ssl Shelton
Ford, Esther tliennettl Veaz1e, Mame
Foster, Carroll deceased
Frost, Alt1naQSalzarillelFa.rm1ngton, Conn
Frost, Wilda fliearnsl Marlavllle
Garland, Grace fbuffyj Teaclnng m Dallas,
Grlndle, Merle B Jr , Merle B Grlndle
Insurance Agency, Sedgw1ck, Mame
Hamilton, Hollis, Hamilton Grocery Store
Hamor, Mlldred R N , West Chester Hosp1tal
Hanson, Betsy T Uticel Cristobal, Panama
Harrmgton, Ruth lColl1erJ Ellsworth
Haynes, Jerry G , Fxeld Engxneer at Portland
Cement Co , Lisbon Falls
Herrick, Dons KHam1ltonl Ellsworth
Hrgglns, Barbara fDrewJ East Edd1ngton
Hodgkxns, Gerald, Carpenter, Trenton, Mame
Johnson, Eunxe fMoranl
Johnston, Rrchard, Self employed, Hancock
Jordan, Glen Barber, Ellsworth
Jordan, lhldred W Uordanl Waltham
Jordan, Kenneth L , Jordan Funeral Home
Joy, Marxe, Telephone Company, Ellsworth
Kane Roger, W S Emerson, Bangor, Llves
Lessard, LorettaJ fCUI't1S, Surry, Mame
L1nscott, Beverly 1MooreJ Ellsworth Falls
Lord, Curtxs, Employed by the G E Company
Merrxll, Delmont, Coach and Teacher l-lusson
College Hampden Mame
Moon, Kenneth, Road Constructlon Worker,
Mllliken, Arlme E fDav1sJ Cleveland Ohlo
Mxlllken, Eleanor M Qwebsterl Clearmont,
Moore, Coleman, Laborer, Lamolne
Moore, John Havey s Fish Market Ellsworth
Moore, Ralph U S Post Offxce, Ellsworth
Parker Cecll, Commercial Teacher, Capac
Patten, Bermce QChaselK1ttery, Marne
Poors, El1norlAllenl Portland, Mame
Ray, Ellzabeth M., ASSlSt3l'lt Professor
Home Ec at Umversxty of Idaho
Sallsbury, Lyle, New Brntaxn Conn
Sallsbury, Marguerite fRussellJ Portland,
Sargent, Shirley M KCrabtreeJ New London
Saunders, Amy tPattenJ Ellsworth
Sxlsby, William Jr Lawyer, Ellsworth
Small, Helen Frances, Portland Pnpe Lme Co ,
Smith, Marshall Retail Lumber and Hardware
Co , Cl11l11C0u'le, Mo
Tllden, Carleton, Plerson's Taxi, Franklm
Wilbur, Raymond, Munster, Brewer, Mame
Young, E Helene fsoutherlandj Sprxngfleld,
Yommg, Pers1s fBudw1nel Port Arthur, Texas
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Allen, Carole, Bangor, Maine
Anderson, Rrchard, Brnmswick Naval Air
Statlon, Brunswlck, Mame
Backman, Ehzabeth QSelsbyl R N , Bangor
Bonsey, Natal1e May Qllessj Surry, Maine
Bonsey, Ruth, Ellsworth Wollen Mill lls
Brann, Grafton, Lamoine, Mame
Brown, Lmcoln, Radxo 81 Televrsron Reparr
Man, Ellsworth Falls Maine
Buzzell, Ralph Sears, Roebuck 8: Co
Callender, Mima, lGrmdlelLa.mo1ne Mame
Carter, Barbara fReedJ Bedford, England
Carter, Betty tlfletcherl Brewer, Mame
Chattley, Howard, Umted States Navy
Closson, Merle, General Electnc, Reading
Coughhn, Davld, U S Navy, Norfolk, Va
Clmmngham, Janet tHagerthyj R N , Kittery,
Davis, Merrlll, Greyhound Bus Drwer
Davxs, Warren, New England Tel 5 Tel Co ,
Delmtt, Edward, Amer1can Oil Co Ellsworth
Dorgan, Ruth KWestJ Falls Church, V1rg1ma
Dumas, Lois, fWeaverJ Lamo1ne, Mame
Dunbar, Kelth State Hxghway Com , Ellsworth
Dunham, Jean lP1ercej Presque Isle
Emery Rlchard, F1eld Englneer Dave s Cor
Forbxs, EIOISE deceased
Frost, Ida Cwlutmorej Mar1av1lle, Mame
Hamor, Mar1on lMcFarlandl Lamo1ne, Mame
Hancock, Joyce fCrosenl Roslmdale, Mass
Hanf, Lorrlane fSargentJ R N Los Angeles
Hardlson, Ethel CGr1ndlej Waltham
Hlggxns, Harry, Amer1can Oil Co , Ellsworth
H111 Leona, Ellsworth
Holt, Henrletta 1Clossonj Trenton
Hopkms, Martha, Trenton
Johnson, Stanley, Umted States A1r Force,
Johnson, Wlulam, Umted States Navy, Graton,
Johnston, Earl, New England Tel Kr Tel Co
Johnston, Norms, A11-force, Okrnawa
Joy, Bernard, Scene Desxgner 8: Stage Manager
at the L1ttle Theater, N Y , N Y
Kane, Elame, QRothl Greenfield, Mass
Kane, Ira, Jr , Self employed, Ellsworth
Kmcard, George, Cahforma
Lalnn, Ethel fCambersj Lucerne
Lear, Edna tCoynej Bangor
Lord, Dorma Cliilll St Albans, West
MacCa.r11e, Barbara lbriscollj Sprmgheld,
Mahon, Mary Ella lTerbyl Ellsworth Maine
Merrlll, Joyce Uohnsonl Hancock
Mitchell, Robert United States A1r Force,
0t1s Fleld, Cape Cod
Moon, Sh1rlee fweddmgj Germany
Nash, Donald, Lamome
Palmer, Avxs Kllaynesj Lisbon Falls
Palmer, Robert, Umted States Navy
Perlnns, Fredenck Flrst Natxonal Stores
111 Bangor, L1ves xn N Ellsworth
Pmkham, Forest, Farmer, Lamome
Prlmrose, Clayton, Lamome
Rankin, Leona, Whlllkenj Ellsworth
Sargent Edward Sargent s Const Compan
Sargent, Lllllan fK2,tSl3.flC8S, D1v of Publlc
Saunders, Bryan, Umted States A1r Force,
Smrth, Ehzabeth KMCFIIH, Bangor
Somers, Monte, Postal Serv1ce, Kansas Clty
Strout, Gertrude lHarr1sJ Newport, Rhode
Swett, Gordon, Northern Chemical Company
Thlbodeau, Frances tReedJ W3t8I'V1u6
Tracy, Marjorxe, Hancock
Watts, Delmar Pow Pontxac Garage,
Watts, Ida Mane lltarmltonl Ellsworth
Wescott, Pr1sc1lla Uordanl Ellsworth
Young, Charlotte tFort1erJ Ellsworth
Young, Everett, Alhs Chalmers Ellsworth
Young, Shirley, School Teacher Anchorage
Zernen, Rxchard, Lamoxne
CZ, of 1953
Abbott, Patrlcia Ann fF1rlotteJ Germany
Abbott, Shannon E , Navy, Japan
Allen, Peter, Bryant Stratton, Boston
Archer, Russell A1r Force, Brunswxck
Ashmore, Colby, Ashmnre Color Center
Awalt, Norma tBlackJ Mrlford Conn
Beal CorneliaA tKanel Bucksport
Bradbury, Normal! J J Newberrys
Braley, Duane, A1r Force, Texas
Butler, Jane A fSeaveyJ Franklm
Candage Nancy J fwoodl England
Carney, James, Ellsworth Mame
Davxs, Anne Mane
Davls, George Lee, Florxda
deGar1body John J R Chlnchette,
Dorgan, Tracy E , Texas
Dorlty Norma E , R N , Cahforma
Douse Jeanne Mane Qlirattj Dover
Dunn, RlchardB , Teacher, Mass
Edgerly, James Eastbrook
Farren, Elalne Mane QBeall Columbxa
Form, Eleanor CL1ppertJ Carlbou
Forsythe, Herbert, Fort Huachuca,
French, Ph1l1p, Eastbrook
Frost, Corance Elame tBunkerJ Bar Harbor
Frost Geneva Teacher 14 Woodlawn Ave
Frost Robert Mxllworker Marxavxlle
Garland, Jesse, Air Force South Carohna
Grant, Hugh H , Air Force, South Carohna
Hardmg Charles, Tom s Sunoco Ellsworth
Hardlson, Lucllle Uordanl Waltham
Hardwick, M1ldredH Ellsworth
Harris, James, Army
Hodgkms, Herbert O , Standard 011 Co
Jordan, Ge1'aldD A1r Force, Cahf
Jordan M. Hadley, Ensxgn
Jordan, Regmald D
Joy, Jan1ce Marlene fH1gQl1S, Florlda
Kane, Jasper Alonzo, St Regls Paper Co ,
Kmght, Joan, Ellsworth
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Llttleheld, John A
Mears, GeraldA Conn
Moon, Wayne A , U S Air Force, Bangor
Nlckerson Odella Fern, Augusta, Mame
Partrxdge George Almon, Jr , Ellsworth
Perkms Marxlyn P , Receptlomst Coca Cola
Co , New York City
Polley Vlrgmxa Mae, Beautxclan School
Round Joyce Elalne, Nurse, New York
Roundy Alan, Air Natmonal Guard, Dow A1r
Force, Bangor, Maine
Rummery, Wilham N Ellsworth
Rowell, Nancy Ehzabeth Qllamblenj Town Hill
Royal Margeret, Ellsworth
Sawyer, James Air Force, Mass
Smlth, Mildred E , Receptiomst, Ellsworth
Sm1th Robert A , Passagola M1SSiBSlpPl
Stevens, Betty Louise fLafoej Ellsworth
Swett, Jeanette Elame Qwallonl Seal Harbor
Tate, Wayne Edward, Ellsworth, Malne
Treadwell James Dale
Weaver, Norma Jean twmdglassj Vxrguua
Whlte, Carolyn D lBallardJ Callforma
Whlte Harold L , A1r Force England
Udlbur, Kennard, Army Korea
Wxlbur, Natalxe fH2.l'd1S0l'l, Waltham
Young, Helen Vlrgmla, R N New York
Maddocks Pluhp Earle, Fa1rf1eld
Purslow, Emery Marlnes Florida
Archer, Eva Stratton's, Ellsworth
Austm Jane, Presque Isle Practlcal
Nursmg School, Presque Isle
Awalt, James, Self employed Hancock
Baker, Constance, Westbrook Jumor
Bond, Patrxcxa Mt Ida Jumor College
Newton Centre Mass
Bonsey Katherme, Presque Isle Practical
Nursing School Presque Isle
Boulette Joseph U S A1r Force Chanute
Bradbury Charles, Glass Shoe Factory
North Hampton N H
Bradford Gale Somerv1lle Mass
Braley Dale, U S A1r Force, Shephard
Budway, Lucy, New England Tel 8: Tel
Co , Bangor
Bunker, Freder1ck, Eastbrook
Butler, Sharon KMESEUD Hialeah Florxda
Carter, Beulah Ellsworth
Carter, Charles U S Navy, Great
Closson, Sylvxa KDorrJ Stratton s, Ellsworth
Crawford, Dana, U S Marmes Camp
LeJune North C3.I'011Ila
Davls, Nancy, Umon Trust Co , Ellsworth
DeGar1body Charlene, Potter Press Book
Co Waltham, Mass
Dobbms, Dorma, Photography Studlo
Edgecomb, Malcolm, Lumoerlng, M3.!'13.V1u9
Foss, Lester Jr , Franklin
Giles, Josephme West Palm Beach Florxda
Grindle, Margaret, Pubhc Fmance Co ,
Gonzales, Facundo, Bangor House, Bangor
Gordon, Francls, Franklin
Gordon, Jacquelme, Nasson College,
Ingersoll, Judith Eastern Memonal Hospital
Johnson, Harold, U S Navy Great Lakes
Jordan Freder1ck, U S. Army
Jordan Perry, Washington State Teachers
Kane, Beverlylbonahuej Winter Harbor
Kemp, Doris, Eastern Memorial Hospital,
Larson, Marna lGallagherJ Blue H111
Lounder, Arlene, Pubhc Fmance Co ,
Lovell Anne Colby College, Waterville
Madrell, Emd, Bangor Hydro Co ,
Mclleown, Sandra lHoltl Wxnter Harbor
Merchant, Janet KDBIIICO, Ellsworth Falls
Morgan, Claire, Ellsworth
Morrxson Neil Maine Fertilizer Co ,
Parker Natalxe, New England Tel 81 Tel
Co , Ellsworth
Partrxdge John, J R. Clunchette, Bangor
Plnkham, Jamce, New England Tel 81 Tel Co
Ranlnn Glenn Beacon Feed Co , Ellsworth
Reynolds Jane, John Hancock L1Ie Insurance
Co , Boston Mass
Rogers Edwm Umverslty of Malne Orono
Rogers Wayne, Ellte Dry Cleaners, Ellsworth
Rowell Margaret B U Sargent College,
Sanborn Clarence, Estey's Farm, Ellsworth
Smith Betty Ann Bangor Hydro Co , Bangor
Smxth Carol Household Nursing School
Stevenson, Margaret, Gorham State Teachers
Stewart Eugene, Franklln
Stover Earl Carpenter New Canaan Conn
Taylor Janxce, New England Tel A Tel Co
Walker Jaumta State Otfxce Ellsworth
Wallon Carolyn A and P Co Ellsworth
Walsh John Umversxty of Mame Orono
Whlte Lxnda Falrle1gh D1clunson Umverslty,
Teaneck N J
Wxlbur Nancy, New Brunswlck Bxble Instxtute
Victoria, N B
Wood, James Amoco Service Statxon, Ellsworth
Young Sharon Liberty Natxonal Bank
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A Frlend Charles A Laffm
Frank Abram L M LaFur1ey
John Ackerman Joseph L1nscott
Arthur Ashmore Sldney L1nscott
Edw1n D Aust1n Joseph1ne Luchm1
Henry E Austm Mr and Mrs Reg1nald McDev1tt
Fred W Beal, Inc Melanson Jewelry Store
Albert Behr Moore s Drug Store
Mr and Mrs Blackman Ralph Moore
Hazel Blackstone Darwm A Morr1son
Beulah H Blance Ella Nason
Mrs Mar1e Chr1st1e Xenophon Panos
DaV1d Coughlm M 'rguer1te Parker
Oscar Cra1g Margaret Partr1dge
Harry Curt1s Mrs A J Patten
Gerald Dav1s Marjorxe Plalsted
Madelme Emery Mr and Mrs Fred Shea
Ga1l Esterberg Myrna Skof1eld
Lawrence Fletcher Carol E Sm1th
Josephlne B Forb1s Edna Sm1th
Fred Fort1er Mr and Mrs Henry W Sm1th
Margaret B Franklln Barbara Stratton
A Frlend Donald Stuart
Selma Gerr1sh Mr and Mrs Paul D Tapley
Mr and Mrs Freder1ck T Grlndle J A Thompson Co
Earl Hanscom Al1ce T1lden
Thomas M Holmes Patr1c1a T1lden
Joe Howell George Vxttum
Mr and Mrs Ralelgh Ingalls Franc1s Walker
Isaac Jones Mr and Mrs Charles Ware
Thurston Jordan Charlotte Wh1tcomb
Charles W Joy W1lson Shoe DSFVICG
Leo Doherty John T. Rosborough
The Edsforlal Sfaff of THE JESTER washes fo express
nfs deep grahlude for fhe generous supporf of flue
C K FOSTER
Wholesale Plumbmg Supplies
DARLING S AUTOMOTIVE PARTS
YOUR N A P A Jobber
L W JORDAN 8: SONS
FRED W BEAL INC
Mobile Heahng Oils
OII Burners for All Purposes Uhllfy
Gas Servnce and Appluances Frngndaures
Elecfrlc Ranges Televuslon
Tel NO c dy 7 2569
23 Wafer Sireei ELLSWORTH MAINE
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DWIGHT BROWN JORDAN HOUSE
48 P Slfeef Ellsworth
J T ROSBOROUGH
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Compl ments f
State Street Ellsworth
Co pl ments of
C KNOWLTON MD
Ellsworth 7 8145
JAMES A LUNDEN D D S
Offce Ho 105 Mo n Street
By Appo ntme t o th Ma ne
W te Street
G R ADAMS DDS
MOORE S PHARMACY
H S JONES JR
Ellswo th M0 ne
Compl ents of
EDWARD G SADLER D V M
D W TUCKER DC
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ANDREW C HANF C0 INC
PLUMBING HEATING APPLIANCES
MOBIL FLAME BOTTLED GAS
WEE WASH IT LAUNDROMAT
Ellsworth NO 7 2428
Wmter Harbor WO 3 5505
HYDRO - ELECTRIC
State Street Ellsworth
V C CRUCKETT
PLUMBING AND HEATING
CO MME RCIAL
Engmeermg and Deslgn
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JASPER S DRIVE INN RESTAURANT
I-HGH STREET ELLSWORTH MAINE
BANGOR FURNITURE COMPANY, INC.
Compleie House Furnishings
"Guild Siore for fhe Sfafe of Maine"
84-88 HAMMOND ST BANGOR MAINE
THE HANCOCK COUNTY CREAMERY
Visit Our New Ice Cream Plant
FRESH MILK and CREAM
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LAKIN S EXPRESS EASTMAN S INC
Haulmg between Bangor
Northeast and Bar Harbor MISSGS 3' I-aches
B go8 oth7
RAYMOND F SARGENT
EXCAVATING AND GRADING CONTRACTOR
Tel NOrmancly 7 8282 81 7 8101
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Good startmg salary
uzth regulm razses
Pleasant zcork uzfh othel
gzrls and young men
Prestzge of a vesponszble Joh uzth
a uell knoun and oespected company
If your llst shows three checks then you should
check lnto what the Telephone Company has
to offer you Smart gxrls are domg It now before
they graduate from hxgh school Come m and
see our employment mtervlevwer soon You ll
enjoy talkmg Wlth her
Act now and you can say wlth prlde Im all
set' Im golng to work Wlth the Telephone
See the Guldance Counselor at your school, and
talk first w1th her about when and where to
NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
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EMMONS L SHEA
Tel NOrmondy 7 2373
NEW ATLANTIC RESTAURANT
House of Quallty '
66 Mo n Street BANGOR
LINNEHAN AUTO SALES
NEW RAMBLER AUTO
93 Hgh Street
Sole oom NO mo dy 7 8686
JOY S GROCERY
Te epho NO 0 dy 7 71
MELVINS MUSIC STORES
Re o d Sheet Mu and
HI FIDELITY PHONOGRAPHS
e g to home o e 1876
Bo go Mo ne E11 o
NORMAN E WHITNEY
The Amerucan O11 Company
ELLSWORTH MAINE Route 1 and 3 West
Tel NOrmondy 7 8116
Gas Burning Oils,
Tires, Bafferies, Efc.
if ELLSWORTH, MAINE
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Dealer and Dlstrlbutor of
GULF PRODUCTS 5C to S5 OO STORES
We G1ve S8zH Green Stamps PATTEN
Phone NOrma.ndy 7 8596 or 7 2304
FREE CATALOG H U S S 0 N C O l. l. E G E C H Hussow Pres dem
Monne s Largest School of Business Trcunmg
D O SCS SC efo O Ye O O 9 C CO BUS GSS
S OlO CO CSC G 9 O O 6 Cl O ton
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Degree Courses: B.S. in Secreforiol Science, BS. in Accounling, 85. in Busines
Ad i i r i n, B.S. i Busin ducolion. Th s or ff ur y rs' dur tio .
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Investing In the Itnslness and Industrial
Development ei Ilaneeek Ilennty and Eastern Maine
our growth has co1nc1ded w1th the growth of busmess 1n th1s
At the present t1me we are act1ve1y helpmg to develop
and make avallable the resources of th1s sect1on 1n many
hnes and are servmg over 15 000 bankmg customers
through our mam offxce at Ellsworth and our three agenc1es
at Stomngton Cherryf1e1d and M11br1dge
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF ELLSWORTH
Off1CeS at Stomngton Cherryf1e1d and M11br1dge
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
That's what this bank has been doing for many years and
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THE LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK
THE LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK' S new bu1lc11ng
was planned so that lt w1l1 be more convement
for our customers
There 1S a customer's lounge a large parklng
area and a dr1ve 1n w1ndow, all for your use
You are cord1ally 1nv1ted to lnspect our new
bu1ld1ng We w1l1 be very happy to serve you
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK IN ELLSWORTH
Federal Reserve System
Federal Depost Insurance Corporat on
Umted States Depos tory
WILSON S SHOE SERV C
WESCOTT S l E
Rale gh L Ingalls P op Of All K nd
JOHNSON OUTBOARDS Spe al Atte ton to Pc cel Post
e NOrmcndy 7 8474 Ellsworth
Al Water St eet Ellsworth Mc e
Compl me ts
LITTLE 81 GRAY
Certted P blc Acco ta t
Co pl ents of
DONALD R GANONG DO
88 State Street
MELANSON JEWELRY CO
Autho led Deale
Genu ne Reg ste ed
Compl ments of
Sp t g Goods
Tel NO mo dy 7 2933
BRAGDON FUNERAL HOME
J P ELDRIDGE CO
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MEN S AND BOYS WEAR
Mann Street Ellsworth
BLAISDELL 81 BLAISDELL
Compl ments of
KINEO MILL END C0
Ells orth Mame
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N H BRAGG 81 SONS
Aufomohve Paris and Equspmeni'
Indusirual and Weldmg Supplies
Pho 0 73II
Plzza and other cholce
VASCO and BOB BALDACCI Props
Besf Washes from S+oIreIys Fmesf Canned
an Frozen Foods Avanlable af Your
Local Independenf Food Sfore
Br d S+ e1 a q
BOOK BINDERS AND STATIONERS
29 FRANKLIN STREET
SALES Dictaphone SERWCE
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ca re B n or, Maine
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DR. G. L. RAND Groceries - Meats - Produce
64 Hugh St Tel 7 2366
Tel NOrmondy 7 8615 Ellsworth, Moune
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BROWN S ESSO 1' 5 Hsu D
Auto Body Pcnnt Shop
Twenty Four Hour
24 WRECKER SERVICE 24
Te eph e NOr dy 78515
Ng t 7 8372
SILSBY 8- SILSBY
MADDOCKS SPORT SHOP
Harmon s Upholstery Shop
Seat Covers and Convert1ble Tops Installe
Track Seats Repa.1red and Covered
Telephone NOrmandy 7 8612
BEHRS JEWELRY STORE
EXPERT WATCH REPAIR
Albert Behr Proprletor
T C SMITH CCI INC
HARDWARE AND VARIETY STORE
52 MAIN STREET
NOrmondy 7 21 22 Ellswo th o
M R HEAD
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING
Mam Street, Ellsworth, Mame
ELLSWORTH , MAINE
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Auruonnzso 'rouRAIN: PAINT o:Au:R
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MORRISON CHEVROLET INC
Ellsworth ICHFVROLEU Mume
MERRILL TRANSPORT CO
MAINE S FLEXIBLE PIPE LINE
gManeadNe H p e
1037 Forest Avenue Portland 5, Maine
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Phone NOrmandy 7 8221
GUITES AUTO SALES F C WHITE INC
NEW AND USED CARS
Bought and Sold
GASOLINE AND HEATING OIL
aht 1 b d aft
IS on remem ere er Complete Serv1ce on Range and Automat1c
R L GUITE Prop NO 7 2487
HIGH STREET ELLSWORTH HIGH STREET ELLSWORTH
Newberrfs Family Store
Mostly Self Serv1ce
HOLSUM PREMIUM QUALITY BREAD
Has That New Wondrous Taste
JOHN J. NISSEN BAKING CORP.
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STEVENS ST UDIOS
C E NOYES COMPANY
DISTRIBUTORS OF U S TIRES
COMPLETE RETREADING SERVICE
244 Harlow Street Bangor, Morne
Penobscot Beef 81 PIOVISIOH Co
Sausage Jllanu acturers
BEEF PORK LAMB VEAL BUTTER EGGS CHEESE POULTRY
Ge? your School a d
OHM 5"PP"' BOYD a. NOYES JEWELERS
D MERRIFIELD CO INC Towle Sfeflmg
Bangor Mme BANGOR MAINE
64 Pickering Square 87 Broad Street
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TAPLEY BUILDING 69 MAIN STREET ELLSWORTH MAINE
SYS Telephone NO andy 7 8335
THE ELLSWORTH AMERICAN
TELEPHONE NOrmandy 7 2546
Publlshers and Commercial Printers
VDKGE Serv at a
Willys - GMC - Briggs 8. Stratton
DOW PONTIAC, INC.
NO 7 8301 46 I-ugh sr
HOME COOKED FOOD
SEA FOOD SPECIALTIES
24 Hour Service
Com pl ents of
shmore s Color Center
Stot St eet
Compl ments of
Kane s Cut Rate
LLOYD AND FEROL DUNHAM
St te St eet
Compl e ts of
ALLEN S SERVICE STATION
of M 8- H gh
MERRILL FURNITURE CO
P ts and L oleums
At Great Sa I gs
c kl Street Tel NOrmondy 7 8651
H gh St eet NO andy 7 8737
360 Water Street Tel NOrmcndy 7 2542
Ellsworth Exchange Hotel
19 SCHOOL STREET ELLSWORTH
Tel NOrmandy 7 9888
CARL S GROCERY
Compl ents of
CURTIS SHOE STORE
I8 State Street Ellsworth
Tel NOrmcndy 7 2272
Co pl ments of
J A THOMPSON 8. CO
'II9 Mo n Street
Compl ments of
THE ADAMS CORPORATION
ALL KlNDs or lNsuRANcE
Tel NOrmondy 7 8100 Ellsworth
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HIGH STREET ELLSWORTH Teleph 7 2062
Comphmenfs LEEN S
ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE
FOOTMAN HILLMAN DAIRIES Te,ep,,o,,e 94,6
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FISH LOBSTER CLAMS
Wholesale and Retaul
14 CHURCH ST ELLSWORTH
Tel. NOrmandy 7 2112
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ELLSWORTH AUTO PARTS
GENUINE GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS
39 HIGH STREET ELLSWORTH
Tel NOrmandy 7 2769
J. H. CROWE, M. D.
97 MAIN STREET
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NO 7 8185 LO 5 3353
Coats Suits Dresses and Hats
14 Broad Street Bangor
WHERE YOU SAVE
THE HAT SHOPPE
Everythmg for the Ladles
Compl ments of
M A TORREY MD
PATTEN S SHOE STORE
F1nest Food Th1s S1de of Boston
BOWLING ALLEY IN BASEMENT
Telephone NOmandy 7 8181
Cor Maun and State Streets, Ellsworth
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TEDS BARBER SHOP
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PAUL D. TAPLEY, E.H. S. 1917
O. W. TAPLEY COMPANY
Insurance, Real Estate, Surety Bonds
We write all types of insurance for your protection, whether
Slngle p011C16S on your camp or outboard, or scheduled coverage
for your bus1ness
Package po11c1es or comprehens1ve type all r1sk coverage
can be placed for your home on easy terms for long term protect
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Ellsworth Cement Block Co
HIGH STREET TEL NOma.ndy 7 8144
LAFFIN S NEWS STAND
Mann Street Ellsworth
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20 24 BROAD STREET
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196 EXCHANGE ST BANGOR ME
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FOX AND GINN INC
Movmg Storage Packing
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PHONE BANGOR 5608
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LOUIS KIRSTEIN 8. SONS
Real Estate 8. Insurance Service
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THE R. M. FLAGG CO.
35 37 Franklm Street
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