Falmouth High School - Crest Yearbook (Falmouth, ME)

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gsm ff Hz.. 22. .f 3 " 'fa 1 V 1 f Q ! A 1 Ei gffff . fg W!! fgh Sclmol mm U16 Kms! fog DEDICATION .,..........., ,.. SCHOOL COMMITTEE ...., SUPERINTENDENT ...... PRINCIPAL ..,...,....,, FACULTY LIII.I,... OPEN HOUSE ........L.LL THE CREST STAFF ........ HERE AND THERE ........ SENIORS .L............... JUNIORS ......I...... SOPHOMORES .,L,,L, FRESHMEN ...,.. ACTIVITIES .,.... MUSIC ....,,I SPORTS I.L.. ALUMNI .....,......... ADVERTISING ...............,. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ....... HALSEY SMITH Chairman WILLIAM H. SOULE Secrelary DEDICATION The Falmouth High Sc h o ol Building Committee has spent countless hours, from the first plan to the last brick, in making Fal- mouthis dream of a new high school become a reality. To its eight members, then, the Class of I958 declicates Wfhe Crestf' that the memory of their great service may continue for many good years. A. ELLIOTT SMALI RICHARD M. TYLER EDGAR P. LUND HAROLD W. WRIGHT JOHN K. DUNCAN JOHN H. MARKS, JR. Our School Krfmmiffce MR. HALSEY SMITH h . C azrman Term : 1955- 1958 MRS. MARGARET MARTIN Term: 1957-1960 I 6 MR. A. ELLIOTT SMALL Term: 1956-1959 HENRY G PERKINS SUPERINTENDENT HAROLD L. MASON. ASST SUPERINTENDENT CUMBERLAND '- FALMOUTH '- NORTH YARMOUTH SCHOOL UNION NO. 13 FALMOUTH TowN HALL. R. F. D. 5 PORTLAND. MAINE 'I' 'I' 'I' T PHONE SP 2-4677 SUPERINTENDEN T'S This year the students and faculty have had the privilege. of working in and enjoying a fine new high school. The first thought in planning the construction of a new school is that the facilities shall provide for a better educational background. The only reimbursement that the townspeople ask for their money and efforts is that your preparation shall be the best for your desired goal. I sincerely hope that your years at Falmouth High School will assist you to- ward taking advantage of those opportunities which will lead' to a happy, rich, and useful life. My -as - XO 2 - L.- Superintendent of Schools MR. HAROLD I,. MASON flssismnt S11parir1t0no1IPr1,t of Schools SI WEN INTIEN DICNTS' SECRE'I'ARIES Left to right: Mrs. Elizulwth Rosenlmlad, Mrs. Malvina Boyd. , 5?,.,,, ff' fr if 49 I3 Wt ,., U- FALMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL FALMEILITH, MAINE R F D 3, CUMBERLAND CENTER, MAINE OFFICE OF PRINCIPAL Whether your plans call for continuing your formal education, serving in the Armed Forces, or going directly to work you will be called upon to select your associates and friends and to make decisions for yourselves. The extent to which you put into practical use those ideals and principles which were properly taught in your home, your church, and your school will determine to quite a degree your success in the future. ,l. 'JZ 441'-wwf 1 Q K 'WH 1 1 i kl- IO. AX...-.-.-f of J. , ...M .. ,.. .N..,.... ,,,... A... ., ,.. ... L. .f Q-a.a..m.1. Aw f MQ' ,,-' awmxmy ww.-Umm Q ' .wt N, V h I .f.0. -'L w,,,,,- y0ll!' RUTHERFORD M. DRUMMOND Principal "T he direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life." ROBERTA F. ROGERS Business Education GARDNER C. POPE Sub-master and Chemistry "A teacher affects eternityg he can never tell where his influence stopsf' "Despatch is the soul of business." Our Zzculty MARIA P. HURLEY Sophomore English "Use what language you will, you can never say anything but what you are.'A FRED K. HIGGINS U. S. History and Driver Training "Public instruction should be the first objective of government." JAMES B. HANSON Music Supervisor "Music is the only universal tongue. 9 JAMES B. FOX Mathematics "The mathematician has reached the highest rung on the ladder of human thoughtf' BLANCHE L. NAPLES French and Guidance "Cherish the little trade which you have learned' and be content therewith." DAVID WETHERELL Junior and Senior English "Reading maketh a full man, conference, a ready man, and writing, an exact man." Our Zlaculty MARY M. CONROY Home Economics "A comfortable house is a great source of happiness. It ranks immediately after health and a good consciencef, F. DONALD DORSEY, JR. Biology and Science "Equipped with five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure sciencef' JEROME W. BLACK Industrial Arts "T here is always work, and tools to work withal, for those who will." MADELYN E. BUCK Freshman English "We shoulrl choose our books as we woulrl our companions, for their sterling and intrinsic meritf' DEANE BORNHEIMER Mathematics "Words of truth and soberness ALICE G. ROBINSON World History "History of the world is the record of a man in quest of his daily bread and butterf, Our Zzculty JOHN KOSTOPOULOS Boys' Physical Education "Health and good estate of body are above all gold, and a strong body above infinite wealth." CLADYS HAGER Latin "The immense value of becoming ac- quainted with a foreign language is that we are thereby led into a new world of tradition and thought and feeling? JOYCE LOWER Girls, Physical Education 4'Gladly does she learng cheerfully does she teachf' Zzlmaulh J-lzyh Salma! Dedzczzlmrz and Open House .1 mu' M 1 P- we W, 1 gf 'NPA 1. -,v -..,N-M 1151 'LZ' A """!"', ' ' V,,, 4, l4Q 14 l l T lA XX We glad if? dana' Editor-in-Chief E 7, Assistant Editor , Senior Write-ups .. ,, Art Editors ,, Photography Editors Alumni and Exchang Faculty Editors 7 Activities Editors N Music Editors ,, W Classroom Write-ups e Editors Sports Write-ups ,. ., Co-Advisor ,,,i, Martha Hurfl Diane Bamford 7 Vicki Cahill Benjamin Severn Charlotte Conant Stephen Shaw , Karin Amann Susan Fortune Cynthia Young , Robert Curran Robert Carlson Samuel Lecldy ,, Doreen Walton Jeaneen McCann , Julie French Eleanor Nottage , Nancy Record Mrs. Robin Shaw Nancy Nickerson Peter Clough Eleanor Chaplin Jane Hardy Carol Fredriksen Victoria Daggett Sandra Haslanl Robert Mangion Susan Shaw Robert Jordan Maria P. Hurley 3115114655 Staff I 958 Business Manager sss.ss,s,,s.,ss,.sss,s,ss,s...,,.sss........s,ss.,...ss,ss,,s7 Paul Potenzo Assistant Business Manager ,,77A .v,,,,7,,,,A , ,,,,77,,,,,,,,,,,,7,,7 M orrill Marks Senior Clerks ,,.... . v.s,,,,s,...,Vs ..,,s,, N ancy Adams, Nancy Heikkinen, Susan Alling, Patricia Dionne Junior Clerks .,,,,,s,...,7,,,,,s.,,,,,77.....,,,,......,,,,,, Donna York, Janet Roos, Sandra Burnell, Marianna Dunham, Marcia Terison Solicitors ,,,,...,,,t,.,..,,,,,,,t,.,. Martha Hurd, Susan Daley, Julie French, Cynthia Proctor, George Hamilton, Robert Carlson, Eleanor Chaplin, Diane Dunlap, Andrew Iverson, Bradford Abbott, Catherine Perrin, Benjamin Severn, Morrill Marks, Stephen Shaw, Richard Piper, Cobie Smith, Robert Mangion, David Verrill, Charlotte Conant, Vicki Cahill, Nancy Hennings, Roberta Shaw, Joan Robbins, Geraldine Perkins, George Skillin, Carol Fredriksen, Eleanor Nottage, Carol Olsen, Jane Hardy, ,leaneen McCann, Diane Bamford. 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That is the golden plateau for which all underclassmen strive. The gradu- ating class of 758, however, now realizes that, although being a senior has its distinct advantages, it also carries certain obligations and plenty of hard work. One of the first obligations is to make all the underclassmen, especially freshmen, feel entirely welcome while keeping the whole four classes tied together in one main group. An example of school spirit for the rest to follow is a definite requirement of every senior as well as an example of participation, not only in those activities directly concerned with each student but with the school as a whole. Not everything is this serious, as any senior will gladly tell you. There,s the produc- tion of "The Crest" that many senior students work on. As.any active participant on the staff will agree to, this production requires many faithful hours of work until it is finally distributed to the student body in June. There,s the preparation for the annual last chapel and the beautiful baccalaureate, where the senior class as a whole, receives the religious blessings from a church. After these preparatory ceremonies, there is the always-to-be-remembered day of graduation. As any hopeful girl in the school knows, the ceremony is to be followed by the Junior Prom, for which the Junior Class has worked since its first year in F.H.S. All of these special activities consume many school hours and many of the free after-school hours of each senior. Now that the point of departing has been reached, the Seniors look back at the previous four years, and many become amazed at how fast the time went, though as freshmen it was a fairly general feeling that their high school years would never pass. Some have regrets for their lack of participation in activities and lack of preparation in their studies, but everyone can look back with some fond memories that will always stay with him. KARIN HILDEGARDE AMANN "Karin" Characteristic: Versatile Ambition: To travel. Favorite Expression: "I don't know!" Activities: Chorus 1, 25 Class Treasurer 1, Vice President 25 "The Crest" Staff 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 FHA 15 Variety Show 25 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Library Club 25 "The Skipper" Staff 2, 35 French Club 2, 3. "Variety is sweet in all things." DONALD JAMES BEAUMONT, JR. "Beau" Characteristic: Quiet Ambition: To work in a large television studio. Favorite Expression: "You tell me and we'1l both know." Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4-5 Basketball Manager 3, 4, Camera Club 23 "The Crest" Staff 3, 43 Dramatics Club 25 Fireman 3, 4: French Club 2, 35 Track 2. "There are some silent people who are more interesting than the best talkers." MARY ELIZABETH BLANCHARD "Mary" Characteristic: Efficient Ambition: To take a trip to Europe. Favorite Expression: "I can't!" Activities: Honor Roll 2, 33 Office Secretary 3, 45 Teacher's Secretary 4. "Not much talk, a great sweet silence." PATRICIA BLANCHARD "Pat" Characteristic: Demure Ambition: To be a secretary. Favorite Expression: "Honest!" Activities: Library Club 35 Teacher's Secretary 4. "There are often voice and words in a silent look." DOROTHY ALTA BOTKIN "Dotty" Characteristic: Clever Ambition: To travel 'round the world in 80 days. Favorite Expression: "Oh, blast Activities: Assistant Basketball Manager 3, Manager 4: Camera Club 1: Dramatics Club 1, 2: Fencing 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3. yu "Coolness and absence of heat and haste indicate fine qualities." ALFRED BRUCE BUHELT "Bruce" Characteristic: Perplexing Ambition: To own a new Chevy. Favorite Expression: 'Td rather not." Activities: Baseball 2: Camera Club 1: "The Crest" Staff 2: French Club 24 Projectionist 3: Student Service 3, 4: Variety Show 3. "Moderation gives charm to life." VICKI ANNE CAHILL "Vicki,' Characteristic: Loquacious Ambition: To earn an R.N. Favorite Expression: "Chaplin-You DIDN'T! I" Activities: Basketball 1, 2: Career Day at University of Maine 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Pageant 3, 4: "The Crest" Staff 4: Dra- matics Club 2, 4: Class Plays 3: Easter Pageant 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Music Festival 3, 4: Pre-Nursing Course at MMC: Winner, Rural Elec- trification Quiz 4: Science Fair 4: "The Skipper" Staff 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "She is always laughing, for she has an infinite deal of wit." MARY ELEANOR CHAPLIN "Ellie', Characteristic: Individualistic Ambition: To be a clinical psychologist. Favorite Expression: "So, Cahill, what d'ya hear from the mob?" Activities: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, Soloist 2, 3, 4: "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2: French Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4: FTA 1: "Gull" Staff 1: Harmonettes 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Red Cross Council 1: Library Club 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Office Secretary 2, 3: Operetta 1: Ralph Could Competition 3: School Reporter 4: Science Fair 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Style is the dress of thoughts." PHYLLIS JUNE CLEMENS '4Phidge" Characteristic: Amicable Ambition: To have a successful married life. Favorite Expression: "So what?" Activities: Transferred from Scarborough High School 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 2g FHA 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 2: glffice Secretary 33 Rifle Club Ig Softball 1, 2, Swimming 1: Variety ow 2. "Good nature is the beauty of the mind." BEATRICE JENNIE COLLINS "Bea" Characteristic: Cheerful Ambition: To graduate. Favorite Expression: "Oh, yeah?" Activities: Transferred from Deering High School 2: Office Secretary 3: Teacher's Secretary 4. "For my part l'll not meddle." CHARLOTTE LOUISE CONANT "Char" Characteristic: Cenial Ambition: To be named the "Secretary of the Year." Favorite Expression: "Well, I guess!" Activities: Bank Clerk 33 Camera Club Vice President 1, JV Cheer- leading 1, Captain 2, Varsity 3, 4g Pageant 45 Chorus 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4: Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4g "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 23 "Harmonettes" 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Last Chapel Speaker 3, Music Festival 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 45 Op- eretta 15 "The Skipper" Staff 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4: Teacher's Secretary 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 33 Women's Literary Union 3. "Here's a happy heart and an ever-ready smile." ALMIRA LIBBY CRAM "My" Characteristic: Congenial Ambition: To teach and to travel. Favorite Expression: "How are ya' today?" Activities: Camera Club President 13 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3: Christmas Pageant 2g "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, Debating 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2g Class Plays 35 Easter Pageant 23 Fencing 33 French Club 2, 3, 4g FTA Parliamentarian 2, Vice President 3, 44 Na- tional Forensic League 3, Treasurer 4g "The Skipper" Staff 43 Student Congress 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Happiness is the by-product of an effort to make someone else happier." ROBERT ALLEN CURRAN "Bob" Characteristic: Spontaneous Ambition: To own a '55 Chevie. Favorite Expression: "A bunch of goin' boys." Activities: Baseball 23 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Camera Club lg Chorus 2, 3, 4-g Fireman 1, 25 French Club 25 Music Festival 25 Soccer lg Student Service 1, 2 g Variety Show 2, 3. "Where there's a will, there's a way." ROBERT WAYNE DYKE "Dykie" Characteristic: Unperturbed Ambition: To get out of homeroom without a pass. Favorite Expression: "Mornin' l " Activities: Class Executive Committee 3, 4. "The smile that won't come off." KENNETH WALDO EMERSON "Emmy" Characteristic: Perseverant Ambition: To be a rich farmer. Favorite Expression: "Doggone it all!" Activities: Soccer 1. "Work first and then rest." CAROL ANN FREDRIKSEN "Freddie" Characteristic: Loyal Ambition: To become a certified medical technician. Favorite Expression: "Panic!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4-3 Fencing, 3, 4, French Club 2, 35 Honor Roll 33 Library Club 43 Office Secretary 43 Pre-Nursing Course at MMC 33 Softball 2, 3. "Simplicity is a jewel rarely found." JULIE ANN FRENCH "Julie" Characteristic: Impish Ambition: To graduate from business college and to get married. Favorite Expression: "Just a little minute!" Activities: Cheerleading 13 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Pageant 3, 4: "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 1, 2: Class Plays 33 .Easter Pageant 2, 3g French Club 2, 33 Honor Roll 23 Library Club 43 "The Skipper" Staff 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 3. "The less of routine, the more of life." ISRAEL JOHN GARDNER "Junior" Characteristic: Unassuming Ambition: To become an architect. Favorite Expression: "Yardi." "Spare and have is better than spend and crave." AGNES IREN E GATCOMB "Aggi" Characteristic: Coquettish Ambition: To live in Califomia. Favorite Expression: "Oh, de-ah!" Activities: Camera Club lg Chorus 1, 2, 33 Library Club 3g Majorette 1, 23 Music Festival 2g Office Secretary 2, 33 Teacher's Secretary 3, 43 Variety Show l, 2, 3. "Through her expressive eyes her soul distinctly spoke." GEORGE ANTON GOOGINS "Goog!" Characteristic: Mischievous Ambition: To join the Air Force. Favorite Expression: "Yardi." Activities: Baseball 1, 53, 43 Basketball 1, 3, 43 Fireman 1, 3, 43 Soccer 33 Student Service 1, 2, 3, 4. "Better a mischief than an inconvenience." BRUCE CUSHMAN HAMILTON "Flood,' Characteristic: Complacent Ambition: To graduate from Falmouth High School. Favorite Expression: "Aw, come on!" Activities: Mon-Que-Ada Club 4. "Man's life is but a jest." GEORGE FREDERICK HAMILTON, JR. "Geo" Characteristic: Reliable Ambition: To own Hamilton Service Station. Favorite Expression: "Hey, Karin!" Activities: Basketball 3, 4: Career Day at University of Maine 33 Class Treasurer 1: Chorus 2, 3, 4, French Club 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. "He has the grace to get much happiness out of life and pass it on to other folks." ELWIN CECIL HANSEN "Elwin" Characteristic: Industrious Ambition: To get the biggest buck in Maine. Favorite Expression: "I'1l be ready in a minute." Activities: Fireman 1, 2, 3. "Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others." JANE FRANCES HARDY "Janie" Characteristic: Capricious Ambition: To lead an all-female dance hand. Favorite Expression: "Good deal, Lucille." Activities: Transferred from Dexter High School 23 Band 2, 3, 4g Bank Clerk 35 Cheerleading Assistant Manager 3, Manager 45 Chorus 23 Steering Committee 3, 43 "The Crest" Staff 4, Dramatics Club 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, FTA Librarian 3, 4g "Harmonettes" 2, 3, 4g Honor Roll 2: Library Club 4g Music Festival 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: "The Skipper" Staff 43 Variety Show 3. "The charm and playfulness of her talk." HAROLD EUGENE HUDSON, JR. "Bubba'i Characteristic: Willing Ambition: To be an Air Force pilot. Favorite Expression: "Get out of here! !" ificgvgies: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Soccer 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2: Variety Show "A good intender needs nothing but a voice " MARTHA JANE HURD "Martyn Characteristic: Scholarly Ambition: To learn enough to help humanity. Favorite Expression: "Good grief !" Activities: Band 1, 2: Bank Clerk 35 Chorus 1, Accompanist 2, 3, 43 "The Crest" Staff 2, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4g Dramatics Club 1, 23 FTA 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: "Harmonettes" 1, 2, 3, 43 Music Festival 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Operetta lg Orchesua 1, 2, Variety Show 1, 2, 3, Women's Literary Union 3: "Gull" Staff 1. "To educate the intelligence is to enlarge the horizon of its desires and wants." ANDREW PERCY IVERSON "Andy" Characteristic: Inquisitive Ambition: To be an engineer. Favorite Expression: "Honest, Mrs. Hurley! !" Activities: Baseball 23 Career Day at University of Maine 3g Class Plays 33 "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 3: Debating 4g Fireman 2, 33 French Club 2: Honor Roll 3, 43 National Forensic League 45 Science Fair 3, 4g Soccer 25 Track 2, 3, 4. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." KENDRA JEAN KNOWLES "Kendra" Characteristic: Aloof Ambition: To be a sub-primary school teacher. Favorite Expression: "Why don't you come on over?" Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Career Day at University of Maine 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 33 "Harmonettes" 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Operetta lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4. "Rare compound of oddity, frolic, and fun." FLORENCE EDITH LEWIS Characteristic: Sincere Ambition: To drive a car. Favorite Expression: "Isn't that jazzlesl" HFIOQS Activities: Basketball 3, 4: Class Plays 3g "The Crest" Staff 4: Honor Roll 3: Library Club 4. "Our characters are the result of our conduct." .IOSEPHINE CAROLYN JANET LIBBY Characteristic: Tranquil Favorite Expression: "Oh, no!" Ambition: To own a home of my own. GSJ09, "The silence often of pure innocence persuades when speaking fails." DAVID MILES LITTLE Characteristic: Reserved Ambition: To be a warden. Favorite Expression: "Don't go away mad: Activities : Baseball 1, 2, 3,- 4. just go away!" "Silence is true wisdom's best reply." EDWARD STANLEY LOWELL Characteristic: Mechanical Ambition: To make good in a trade. Favorite Expression: "At last, it works." Activities: Chorus 4: Projectionist 4: Student Service 4. "Every man is the architect of his own fortune." 'f Dave "Eddie" J EANEEN JOAN McCANN "Jeanie" Characteristic: Practical Ambition: To be a teacher. Favorite Expression: "Oh, yah!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 "The Crest" Staff 45 Dramatics Club 2: FHA 1, 2g FTA 3, 4g Library Club 3: Head Li- brarian 4-3 Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Good nature is the beauty of the mind." STEPHEN EDWARD MERCER, JR. "Steve" Characteristic: Energetic Ambition: To own my own business. Favorite Expression: "Is that right?" Activities: Chorus'1g Swimming 35 Variety Show 1. "Idleness is the root of all mischief." RUTH LOUISE MISENOR "Ruthie" Characteristic: Creative Ambition: To be the first woman scientist to organize a training station for mutniks on the moon. Favorite Expression: "Really? Oh, for heaven's sakes!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-5 "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 4: Debating 3, 43 Dramatics Club 2g Library Club 3s National Forensic League 3, Secretary-Librarian 4g Pre-Nursing at MMC 33 Science Fair 3, 4: "The Skipper" Staff 2, 3, 4g Student Congress 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 33 Voice of Democracy Contest Finalist 4. "T he secret of success is constancy to purpose." JOANNE ELAINE NORTON "Jo" Characteristic: Harmonious Ambition: To be the first woman sulky driver to drive in the Hamil- tonian. Favorite Expression: "Heavenly days!" Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: "The Crest" Staff 4, Dramatics Club 2g FHA 1, 2: Library Club 3, 4: glajorette 1, 2: Office Secretary 3: "The Skipper" Staff 4: Variety ow 3. "Gentle blood will gentle manners breed." ELEANOR LOUISE N OTTAGE "Ellie" Characteristic: Droll Ambition: To go to Europe. Favorite Expression: "What a riot!" Activities: Transferred from Woodbury High School 25 Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4: "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 49 Dramatics Club 2, 3: Fencing 3, 4g French Club 2, President 3, Vice President 4: Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Music Festival 2, 3, 4: "The Skipper" Staff 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 3. "Wit is so shining a quality that everybody admires it . . ." CAROL ELAINE OLSEN "Carol" Characteristic: Chatty Ambition: To graduate from college. Favorite Expression: "But-crumb!" Activities: Band 3, 4g Camera Club 15 Career Day at University of Maine 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Crest" Staff 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2g Class Plays 3, French Club 2, 3, 43 Library Club 3, 4: Musib Festival 2, 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Science Fair 4g "The Skipper" Staff 45 Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Speech is the mirror of action." HERBERT FRED OLSEN, JR. "Herb" Characteristic: Aggressive Ambition: To be a state trooper. Favorite Expression: "Ya'all come." Activities: Camera Club 13 Chorus 45 Fireman 1, 2, 35 Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4-g Student Service 1, 2, 35 Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Busy here and there." PETER NELSON PELLETIER "Pete" Characteristic: Sociable Ambition: To have a new Chevy and to go into the Merchant Marines. Favorite Expression: "Hi, Sweetie!" Activities: Chorus 45 Swimming 4. "F or much sleep is not medicinal in the middle of the day." BRIAN GLAZIER PERRY "Briana Characteristic: Excitable Ambition: To own a new Chevie V-8. Favorite Expression: "Yardi." Activities: Chorus 4: Soccer 2, 3. "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the best of men." RICHARD ANDREW PIPER "Dick" Characteristic: Masterful Ambition: To attend the U. S. Air Force Academy. Favorite Expression: "That bugs me!" Activities: Baseball 1, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45 Career Day at Universitg of Maine 34 Class Plays 3: "The Crest" Staff 3, 4, French Club 2, 3 Music Festival 2, 3, 4g Soccer 1, 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports and contest bold." PAUL HAROLD POTENZO "Paul" Characteristic: Businesslike Ambition: To retire at an early age 1201. Favorite Expression: "Hello, Wolly!', Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Career Day 3: Chorus 1, 2, 43 Steering Committee 3: Class President 1, 2, Vice President 33 "The Crest" Staff 2, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 43 French Club 2, 3: Last Chapel Speaker 33 Music Festival 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "Before employing a fine word, find a place for it." WALLACE RICHARD POTVIN "Pops" Characteristic: .Iovial Ambition: To have money. Favorite Expression: "How's that grab ya'?" Activities: Camera Club lg Class Play 35 Dramatics Club lg Soccer 2, 35 Variety Show 1. ' "The wise learn many things from their foes." STEPHEN DEWEY RANDALL "Steve" Characteristic: Likeable Ambition: To travel around the world. Favorite Expression: "Crazy, Man!" Activities: Cross Country 3, 4, Track 4. "A day for toil, an hour for sport, but for a friend is life too short." JAMES EDWIN READ "Jimmy" Characteristic: Capable Ambition: To own a new Chevie V-8. Favorite Expression: "Cut it out!" Activities: Camera Club 19 Honor Roll 2. "Whatsoever thy hand jindeth to do, do it with thy might." NANCY LOUISE RECORD "Nance" Characteristic: Coy Ambition: Debatable. Favorite Expression: "YES, but I don't know-" Activities: Band 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 15 Cheering 1, 3, 4-g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Plays 3: "The Crest" Staff 3, 4: Debating 3, 43 Dra- matics Club 1, 2, 43 Class Play 39 Easter Pageant 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Honor Roll 45 Mu ic Festival 2, 33 National Forensic League President 3, 43 Student Congress 43 Swimming 1, 2, 3, Captain 4-g Variety Show 2, 3. "Better not to be at all, than not be noble." MALAN ROBERTS "Mahan" Characteristic: Disputatious Ambition: To be a hobo. Favorite Expression: "I'll consider it." iicgivzies: Transferred from Cheverus High School 2g Track Manager "A wise skepticism is the first attribute of a good critic." KEITH GORDON SADLER 6'Keith" Characteristic: Casual Ambition: To get to college. Favorite Expression: "Ye-a-a-h B-u-tl" Activities: Transferred from South Portland High 3g Baseball 3, 4g Basketball 43 Career Day at University of Maine 33 Music Festival 33 Soccer 3g Track 4. "Like-But oh! how different." CLARA LINDA SANBORN "Lin" Characteristic: Good-natured Ambition: To graduate. Favorite Expression: "Well, I guess." Activities: Chorus 13 FHA 13 Library Club 2, 33 Teacher's Secretary 4. "T he only way to have a friend is to be one." PHILIP NELSON SANBORN "Phil" Characteristic: Impulsive Ambition: To own a new Ford V-8. Favorite Expression: "That's all right most anytime." Activities: Fireman 33 Student Service 3. "H e may seem quiet, but look again." BENJAMIN WELDON SEVERN "Ben" Characteristic: Cosmopolitan Ambition: To be half as witty as Mr. Pope. Favorite Expression: "It'l1 cost you a dime." Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Christmas Pageant 3, 43 Class President 3, 43 "The Crest" Staff 3, 43 Cross Country 43 Dirigo Boys' State 33 French Club 2, 33 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Council 13 Last Chapel Speaker 33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Student Council 1, 23 Swimming I, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 4. "Style is the man himself." N.v4X LARRY ROLAND SHAW "Lar Babie" Characteristic: Serious Ambition: To create a successful life. Favorite Expression: "You're pulling my leg!" Activities: Band 1, 23 Baseball 43 Basketball 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Music Festival 23 Steering Committee 4g Fireman 43 Orchestra 1, 23 Student Council 4g Track 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 2. "The world belongs' to the enthusiast who keeps cool." STEPHEN SHIVERICK SHAW "Steve" Characteristic: Easy-going Ambition: To get through college. Favorite Expression: "Hey, you wanna?" Activities: Transferred from Greely Inhtitute 23 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Bas- ketball 2, Co-Captain 3, 4-3 Career Day at University of Maine 3g Chorus 2, 3, Vice President 2, 43 "The Crest" Staff 3, 43 Easter Pageant 3g French Club 2, 3g Music Festival 2, 43 Soccer 2, 33 Student Council 33 Swimming 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Variety Show 2, 3. "The mind is free whate'er afflict the man." GEORGE ALMON SKILLIN, JR. "George" Characteristic: Dependable Ambition: To go to Califomia. Favorite Expression: "Come on!" Activities: Christmas Pageant 2, 3, 43 Class Executive Committee 3, 43 "The Crest" Staff 2, 3, 43 Easter Pageant 2, 33 Fireman 33 Soccer 2 "An ounce of practice is worth a pound of preaching." SANDRA JEAN THURSTON "Sandy" Characteristic: Volatile Ambition: Te become an airline hostess. Favorite Expression: "Guess what?" Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4g Bowling 33 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 "The Crest' Staff 2, 3g FHA 1, 2, 3g Majorette 13 Music Festival 2, 3, 43 Pre- Nursing at MMC 33 "The Skipper" Staff 2, 33 Teacher's Secretary 2, 3g Variety Show 1, 2, 3. "W ith her eyes in flood with laughter." ROBERT JAMES TURCOTTE "Turk" Characteristic: Amusing Ambition: To do something great. Favorite Expression: "You don't believe me, do ya!" Activities: Career Day 3, 4g Fireman 1, 2, 3: Soccer 2, 3: Student Service 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 3. "It is good to be merry and wise." DAVID MICHAEL VERRILL "Dave" Characteristic: Jocular Ambition: To graduate from college. Favorite Expression: "Hey, Ma!" Activities: Career Day at University of Maine 3: Class Plays 33 Class Treasurer 4: "The Crest" Staff 3, 4: Cross Country 3, 43. Fireman 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4. "A man is relieved and gay when he has put his heart into his work and done his best." FINN WILHELM WILHELMSEN "Finn" Characteristic: Even-tempered Ambition: Business Administration. Favorite Expression: "You wanna know something?" Activities: Class Treasurer 2, 35 "The Crest" Staff 2, 33 Cross Country 3: French Club 2, 3g Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3. "The real essence of work is concentrated energy." SYLVIA ESTA WORSTER "Syl" Characteristic: Affable Ambition: To be a secretary. Favorite Expression: "Come on! Stop it!" Activities: Transferred to Ridgewood High 2, to FHS 4: Bowling Club 3: Fencing 43 Library Club 4: Modern Dancing 33 Office Secretary 4. "A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find." ELIZABETH RACHEL YOUNG "Rachie' Characteristic: Deliberate Ambition: To join the service. Favorite Expression: "That's enough of that, you two." Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, "The Crest" Staff 4g Dramatics Club 2 French Club 2, 3g Music Festival 25 Office Secretary 4. "Speaks always according to her mind." LEGACY I do not will you this earth Nor its possessions, Nor eternal happiness and joy, Nor ever-sunny days. I deed you greater things. There are dreams that you must dream, And strong decisions you must make. I give you the sparkling, Surrounding unwise, Wisdom, And God. -MARTHA HURD P C "llllW' M ff t wgg, i ,1 1-, '1 42 I rdiiifl ..' H Q !""Zi' K Left to right: Roberta Shaw, Robert LaCram, Nancy Adams. After a wonderful summer vacation, you come back to school to begin your Junior year. You may be under the impression that this year will be like all the rest, but you will find out very soon that it is different. After about a month or so, an exciting event occurs. You receive your class ring that you can give to your girl friend, or as the case may be, your boy friend. ln years to come, if the ring lasts through it all, you will have something to remind you of your alma mater and the many good times you have had. During the middle of the year, you have to work hard in order to make the varsity cheerleading, basketball, swimming, and baseball squads. Having made these squads, you still have to work hard so that you and the team can make the best possible showing during the season. Maybe if everything works out the right way, you will receive your letter in the spring. With mid-years passed, you start preparing for the most important event of the year, the Junior Prom. You are appointed to one of the many committees, and you work your heart out to make the dance a successg but before anything can become a success, you must pass your final exams. A few weeks before they occur, you start to review. It seems as if you shall never get through it all, but you will manage. Finally the big day comes. The Seniors have been graduated, you have become a member of next year's graduating class, and'the dance has been a success. Looking back over the year, you can then realize that this Junior year is very different. First row, left to right: N. Hennings, D. Bamford, M. Daniels, S. Haslam, Miss Buck, N. Heikkinen N. Emerson, M. Hanson. N. Adams. Second row: B. Abbott, W. Geyer, D. Hardy, F. Haley, B Doughty, R. Graves, R. Bowen, S. Atwater. Third row: E. Gomes, D. Dobson, S. Hill, H. Hansen E. Doughty, C. Craffam, J. Goddard. Lflass af I 9 9 First row, left to right: P. Ridlon, M. Terison, P. Walton, C. Taylor, Mr. Fox, M. Marks, D. York, J. McElroy, G. Stillman. Second row: J. Robbins, P. Johnston, P. Woods, G. Perkins, J. Roos, C Perrin, A. Larsen, R. Shaw. Third row: C. Larsen, K. Waig, D. Jewett, C. Thoits, R. LaCram, D. Howell, D. Hurd, S. Smith, J. Leddy. -- W-iw--guy f-14: ,JP- 'Er First mir, left In right: .l. Imlcly, M. Ilunson, K. Aniann, D. Baniford, J. Goddard, S. Hill. Second raw: M. Marks, ll. llarily, ll. Abbott, G. Pm-rkins, R. Shaw. Third row: N. Hennings, R. Graves, li. Gmnvs. .l. Robbins. I-'uurtli muh' J. Rvail, F. Hale-y, S. Smith, P. Woods, G. Hamilton. Stdnding: Mr. Fox. flbebra II 11.51 History Firxt muh, lcffz lo riglzt: IJ. Bainfnrd, M. Hanson, R. Shaw. Second row: J. McElroy, A. Larsen, l'. Walton, li. l'f-rkins, J. Robbins. Third row: P. Woods, C. Perrin, J. Leddy, B. Abbott, C. Taylor. l"nnrth row: l'. liicllon, N. llvnnings, D. Hardy. M. Marks. Stanrling: Mr. Higgins. .. ,,.,- Pr' K Q ,,.. ' ,-,,,--" X av "H-N X ,--sf In the group: Miss Rogers, J. Roo Ml Terison, N. Emerson. Sharfhand 1 First row: M. Daniels, S. Haslam, Stillman, F. Haley. Third row: Fourth row- K Wai B Dou ht - - gv - E Y, E. Gomes. Standing: Mr. Wetherel ffflfillf it smut? i 7 if ,..W.,...f .. 71EtmQ.n..9 5 lil? Q... . .W 6, First row, left to right: C. Stillman, P. Walton, N. Hennings, J. Lcddy. Second row: D. Bamlorcl, M. Hanson, G. Pe-rkins, C. Perrin, J. McElroy. Third row: B. Doughty, S. Hill, J. Robbins, RQ Shaw. Fourth row: D. Hardy, E. Comes, R. Graves. Fifth row: S. Smith, J. Goddard. Standing: Mr. Popv. Zlfcmistry I I-,4 .711dusfriul,4rfs Lfft to right: C. Larsen, C. Thoits, R. LaCram, D. Hurd , R. Bowen, K. Waig, Mr. Black, D. Dobson, G. Graffam. Q. EJ X VW ,:,,'f7, .1 1 iQ'bT':ff , '. , A k 1. 1: 'iviilifwf' W W K :gi ' jkgici . K V WLLL Y A V 41 1-x ' f Fill ,Q Left to right: Ruth Ann Gaudet, Leslie Elliot. THE SOPHOMORES AT FALMOUTH HIGH At Falmouth High School the Sophomores are most outstanding. No one can miss them because they're everywhere-maybe even a few places they shouldn't be. They'1e the most loquacious and one of the friendliest classes in the high school and are always ready to lend a helping hand with any school activity. Above all, they haven't acquired a sophisticated attitude toward their classmates. Of course, to the Freshmen, they may seem a bit snobbish, but the Freshmen are supposed to take this treatment and like it for the whole year. Being a Sophomore is one of the privileges of high school. After the struggle of getting through the Freshman year in one piece, the Sophomores begin to feel really free and easy. They now have the chance to stand up and be noticed by the rest of the school. The Sophomore year is really more or less the awakening to high school. The novelty and strangeness of the first year has worn off, and Sophomores begin to realize what they do with themselves now will either help or hinder them in the future. In the spring they all look forward to ordering their class rings, but they will have to wait until the fall of their Junior year before they receive them. Some will probably forget about them through the busy summer months, until they get back to school again, while others can't seem to wait to wear them and show off what school they come from. The Sophomores are halfway through high school now, and in two short years they will be the graduating class of 1960. ln the meantime they still have plenty of time to "get on the ball" and have loads of fun before the time comes for them to leave Falmouth High. First row, left to right: D. Dunlap, L. Hart, L. Elliot, M. Field, Mrs. Hager, V. Daggett, P. Jenkins S. Daley, S. Fortune. Second row: W. Franklyn, K. Graffam, S. Googins, P. Berry, J. Burrell, S Foster, G. Auger, S. Hovey, J. Andreasen, H. Cowen. Third row: .l. Amato, J. Davis, .l. Fish T. How, M. Collins, C. Eaton, D. Blanchard, R. Haley, R. Carlson, R. Jordan. 611155 of I 960 First row, left to right: C. Young, N. Nickerson, R. Mason, Mr. Wetherell, J. Leighton, C. Proctor G. LePage. Second row: C. LaPlant, E. Norton, S. Shaw, D. Wass, D. Walton, A. Siegars, S Sottolano. Third row: L. Perkins, P. Misenor, S. Leddy, D. Woodman, D. Leddy, A. Ottum Fourth row: P. Haley, L. Thoits, R. Mangion, S. Wright, M. Moody, K. Mills. v First row, left to right: J. Cavanaugh, C. Ricker, R. Gaudet, Miss Rogers, D. Crawford, S. Witham, IJ. Fr:-driksvn. Second row: M, Brink, M. Dunham, P. Dionne, S. Alling, S. Bumell, J. Wilson, 60155 of 1960 l6'i0lagy IO-16' Left to right: N. Nickerson, T. How, J. Amato, G. LePage, Mr. Dorsey. ! 1'- A 9 .........,-.4 -......g , 'Q' First row, left to right: L. Wing, C. Ricker, S. Haslam. Second row: J. Cavanaugh, C. Chappell, B. Ross, D. Fredriksen. Third row: M. Collins, D. Crawford, J. Wilson, R. Gaudet. Standing: Mrs. Hurley. Snglish IO-6 gI'6'l16'fl 1 Seated, left to right: S. Daley, D. Woodman. Standing: S. Fortune, D. Walton, L. Perkins, R. Carlson, S. Shaw, P. Berry, Mrs. Naples. XM' tm T l 1 ...- X 2' M, 1. QHIV' I l Him 2 Tl' A. ii?- .y -f Q H! 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U,3, HiRTO Chemiatrv 1 VATWRHATKCS pgvggwif ummm 2 Senior Qnecial qwwe Hex ad Home Economics wwich 1. aarsl. ftwv doubl Six periods 3 week Eight periods a week ffour Gaul Q offered in Vhemlstrv ani Pbvsicm ZhmzLPw4ho4qryhws 1tuden?s planning ta take Shovthanmi wmwis Test bergre the' are accevfad lid at Ee Left to right: Theodore Cossar, Elizabeth Heinonen, Shirley Maguire. THE FRESHMAN YEAR It isn't every day that a new high school is built, and when the town of Falmouth got theirs, some "plain and fancy whoopin' " was done by each and every student of Falmouth High. For the Freshmen, however, it seemed to be nothing more than a confused whirl of new restrictions fand a few liberties, tool, plus a lot of studying. This doesn't last for long, even a Freshman has to figure things out by himself. Then, there are those pet peeves he has to put up with all through his Freshman year, for instance, who stands at the end of a line and keeps mum when among upperclassmen? Who has to watch in envy while Sophomores are ordering their class rings, Juniors are,planning the Junior Prom, and Seniors are wrapped up in the class trip? You guessed it-the frosh. Still, they find high school far from boring-not when they can offer eager athletes for sports, good singers for chorus, peppy cheerleaders for junior varsity, and hepcats for the record hops, in fact, no one can set such a good example of class enthusiasm as a Freshman. When he settles down to a well-rounded diet of three or four classes a day, a bas- ketball game or school dance, and perhaps an extra curriculum or two, he realizes that no matter how hard it may seem, there is nothing quite like being a high school student -even if he is just a Freshman. uv 1, Q ,4- .,., L X Karr' .X l -5' .Q-un. M. fir' ,. 1, . fffrff pas 'l U HE g wx S2 Q Y i as fm '22 Ya HP' , N S Sw, t mm Q'A' an Hx' 5 W 'mf X I First row, left to right: C. Tait, J. Ruby, J. Record, T. Terison, Mr. Bornheimer, C. Smith, S Kicker, S. Smith. Second row: E. Pinkos, W. Pollard, R. Lawler, D. Soule, R. Lawler, J. Serber K. Robbins. Third row: W. Thurlow, N. Stiles, H. Fields, A. Stanley, D. Vining, R. Woodworth J. Beal. Fourth row: M. Spruce, W. Reichert, G. Waite, R. Scheuchzer, T. Richards, B. Titcomb l'. Zavhnrias. 671155 of I 961 First row, left to right: L. Jordan, S. Maguire, B. Gatcomb, W. Hager, Mr. Dorsey, B. Marshall A. Haley, V. Morgan, N. Lowe. Second row: J. Guinard, M. Haley, J. Grant, J. Norton, E ll:-inonen, D. Holmes, N. Jordan, E. Little. Third row: W. Lunt, R. Higgins, C. McPhail, J iloduti, li. Geyer, W. Keniston, W. Libby. Fourth row: L. Pendleton, S. Mitchell, W. Lovett, D Fr:-driksen, N. Lamb. v v In the group, seated: J. Grant, M. Haley, M. Davin, S. Train, S. Maguire, M. Farwell, B. Catcomb, V. Morgan, S. Griffin, P. Turcotte, S. Doughty, R. Duhovy, C. Skillin, J. Ruby, J. Norton, P. Ross, S. Ricker, B. Marshall. Standing: Mrs. Conroy, J. Capelluti, N. Blanchard, C. Doughty, C. Dipie- trantonio, E. Little, A. Heigh. Home Swrzomics World History First row, left to right: C. Ricker, D. Fredriksen, P. Dionne, D. Crawford, R. Fortune. Second row: W. Hager, S. Alling, L. Farmer, R. Scheuchzer. Third row: L. Jordan, R. Knight, C. McPhail, B. Higgins. Fourth row: C. Davis, D. Comeo, W. Lovett. Fifth row: M. Spruce, T. Richards. Stand- ing: Miss Robinson. X., sw-s--Hs.-:: H an M . g,- I iisss W " ' rl: in , 'S af . n 0 gli' A,-.. JE 3 rv ee 0 ve- O 0 ' it 'O rg .. .QUUUU ,-.,..... r AWB xi First row, left to right: S. Mitchell, S. Griffin. Second raw: B. Geyer, E. Little, D. Baker, P Turcotte, R. Dubovy. Third row: W. Thurlow, P. Zacharias, T. Cossar, D. Fredriksen, O. Dyer Standing: Mr. Fox. Algebra Science Fir.st row, left to right: E. Little, P. Zacharias. Second row: M. Daniels, R. Scheuchzer J. Serber Third row: R. Fortune, R. Duhovy, B. Hamilton, S. Griffin. Fourth row: P. Baker: R, Baker, S. Mitchell, B. Geyer. Standing: Mr. Dorsey. mm -ii if-nUnl!uLt' I -A . 2 a M' 2 0 " 2 : .--a slug l 5:11:10 - .3 f 2'-::::.:'1 if' Y ' ooI0"'-- -'VT' .-,,,..--- HL- nv -mrfm. -1 E if " : :WI W Activities 'M -. 1 fm xx - 'xxXMHNXIECXKWV' '. 'uv " , :JY Zlxdvtiirimxxxilixx ti X. Y 0 ' Q -W fi' QU' .X ,xvki . Q, 1' Xu'xx't0N lv A1 QMWVNL W Y x v' "fIa11i1IlIf'w"1'fI91q. 11, 4: F I U hl.,,,,u1Il I V Qlialuururh High . , " ' lnqll U 4 'uf f 'r "Vw-1... 1 . U 'Il 1 I ,fdl-1,4 KM, l,,,' H' 'fn mu. bl. """w. N'llu 1..m.l,4 P' ' DMN' u 'un .., bw! my f v.-,FH e 9 I Nh , k PI U.. Q . ll -uifgg. t 4 "MJ " ., "V r :ff-' ' 4 . ' 'ffm NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society is made up of students in the Junior and Senior classes chosen by the faculty on the four main qualities: character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Each year the Senior members who have previously been elected initiate the new members in an impressive candlelight service. THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council consists of eight elected members, two from each class. It is the one organization that co-ordinates faculty and student body. The council discusses and resolves various problems as they occur, and the members try to solve these prob- lems with open minds. Mr. Drummond is the faculty advisor and as such counsels the group in its decisions. THE SCIENCE FAIR The Science Fair is an annual exhibition of different projects which pupils have worked on during the year. These projects, showing the progress of man in such fields as biology, chemistry, and physics, are entered in the Regional Science Fair in com- petition with schools from Cumberland and York counties. Those chosen from the Regional Fair go on to enter in the State Fair at the University of Maine. TEACHERS' SECRETARIES Teachers' secretaries are capable girls willing to give up some of their time to help the teachers. Some of their jobs are to do any typing or mimeographing work. They also do clerical work, run errands, act as monitor, and do any other odd jobs con- nected with the running of a classroom. F.T.A. The William H. Soule Club of the Future Teachers of America, under the guidance of Mrs. Naples and Miss Rogers, is one of the most promising clubs in the school. It has as its major purpose "the exploration of the nature of teaching-its opportunities and responsibilities." We are all proud of its members and their active participation in school and community life. DEBATING In thelast two years Mr. Wetherell has built up the largest debating team in the history of F .H.S. Falmouth's new charter is the sixth one granted in the state of Maine by the Na- tional Forensic League. Our debaters have entered interscholastic competition at Bow- doing Batesg University of Maineg Concord, New Hampshire, Shrewsburg, Massa- chusetts, and many other places. FRENCH CLUBS French classes I, II, and III, are yearly organized into clubs by Mrs. Naples. The idea of the clubs is that the students may learn more about the French people-their past, present, and future. Activities of the club include parties to celebrate some of the French holidays, slides, teas, and lectures. All these activities contribute to a better understanding of the French language and make the study of the language even more interesting. DRAMATICS 6'The playis the thingf' Shakespeare wrote, and, we might add, especially in the spring. Spring, supposedly the time of year for romance, could better be expressed as the time of the year for boredom in Falmouth High School. Basketball is over, it's too early for baseball, and June seems an eternity away, so each year we come out of hibernation to be greeted by the Thespians arts of our Dramatics Club. The best cure for spring fever is the presentation of three one-act plays, directed by Miss Buck and Mrs. Hager and is an event eagerly anticipated by all those afflicted by this strange ailment. These plays include a representation from all classes-freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. A long line of past successes has helped to make the spring plays a popular tradition at F.H.S. THE SKIPPER When the first issue of "The Skipperl' came out in 194-0, it certainly must have been eagerly awaited by all the students at F.H.S. The same holds true today, seventeen years later, for news is an important part of our modern life. The school newspaper is essential to every school, even to a small school like Falmouth where everyone knows what is going ong it gives the students a chance to express themselves whether it be in prose, poetry, or artwork. Four issues are published yearly: Thanksgiving, Valen- tine's Day, Easter, and Graduation. The staff has increased each year to include twenty- five girls. Much of the credit for the success of "The Skipperi' goes to Miss Rogers, who is always there to lend a helping hand. If you want the low-down on everything from Debating to Gossip, be the first in line when "The Skipper" goes on sale. THE LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club is composed of student librarians who direct all library activities. Since there is no full-time librarian, the members and Mrs. Hurley are responsible for maintaining our spacious and well-equipped library which is becoming more and more useful to the students of Falmouth High School. OFFICE SECRETARIES Office secretaries are those girls that are particularly interested in secretarial work. Their jobs are to answer the phone, to take the attendance slips, and to run the duplicat- ing machine. Under the watchful eye of Mrs. LeMaistre, our future secretaries leam many skills. This practice also helps in the efficient running of the principal's office. COUNSELING Room 2 regularly buzzes with pupils gathering around the desk, where such phrases as "Have you investigated both its good and bad points?", and "May I take that pref- erence test now?", are often overheard. This is counseling. Mrs. Naples, with psy- chological testing, college catalogs, and career booklets, is guiding many pupils into life work for which their various aptitudes fit them. DRIVER TRAINING How do you start the car? When shifting do you need the clutch? In what ways can a mirror help a person with a narrow field of vision? These are questions that are in our minds before we enter the Driver Education class Mr. Higgins, our patient instructor, quickly helps to solve these problems for us. We have thirty hours of classroom study and six and a half hours of actual driving, which is the most fun for us, but not for Mr. Higgins! At last, after all the studying is over and we consider ourselves "drivers," we apply for our licenses. PRE-NURSING Four Seniors are planning to enter schools of nursing as a result of the pre-nursing course they participated in when they were juniors. The course is sponsored and di- rected by the Maine Medical Center School of Nursing with the objective of giving girls a privilege to experience some of the numerous activities of nursing. Thus, these girls will be much more capable of deciding early and easily whether they would enjoy a nursing career. It is a splendid opportunity for all girls interested in the nursing profession and is deeply appreciated by the present seniors. FIREMEN All is peaceful and quiet. Suddenly the school bell rings out, the fire alarm and the firemen spring into action. Directed by Mr. Plummer, the boys race to the doors to let out the hurrying flow of students and teachers. This is the job of the Falmouth High School firemen. SCHOOL NURSE In 1931, Mrs. Graves was graduated from Saint Barnabas Private Hospital in Portland. Receiving her state registration, she then did private duty as an industrial nurse at the American Can Company. For four years Mrs. Graves was a staff nurse at the Maine Eye and Ear Infirmary. In 1954, she was employed by the town of Fal- mouth as a school nurse, simultaneously teaching a one-semester course in nursing at Westbrook Junior College. Last summer she took a course in public health at Sim- mons College in Massachusetts. We students owe to her our deep and sincere gratitude for her faithful service. CAFETERIA AND COOKS There is an old saying that everyone either eats to live or lives to eat. Our school cafeteria competently fulfills all the demands of both classes. From October to ,lan- uary first, 11,088 lunches have been prepared and served by Mrs. Lund, Mrs. Polley, and Mrs. Fortier. The cheery and pleasant atmosphere of the cafeteria, the friendliness of our cooks, and the excellent, well-balanced meals served add to the well-earned respite--lunchtime. JANITORS AND BUS DRIVERS Just think of how much suffering the janitors and bus drivers save us! Pm sure that nobody would relish a walk to school each morning, and men like Mr. Cole, Mr. Adams, Mr. Dyke, Mr. Foster, Mr. Wilkes, and Mr. Aaskov, prevent this from happening. The janitors of our beautiful school are the ones who keep it that way-beautiful in appearance and comfortable for everyone. Q... .M nfw-QW gn N... enum-sv -un sn- nanny f ng my mann-n -swf'-.H an-ummm umr no no-nn-nu msn-man nvwva- ummm mmm- '-unmg up .. 1 Egg, 'lui QUSRHRW 'wi'-mm annum ,QI q..,-ww -uqpngq svommf fqsxwn "WW E ---8 ,W xr . " ,mlm Sealed, left Io right: M. Hurd, C. Perkins, N. Adams, M. Chaplin, C. Perrin, C. Conant. Stanrling: P. Potenzo, F. Wilhe-lmsf-n, E. Nottagc, K. Amann, B. Severn, B. Abbott. Nativual J-law Society Cram, L. Shaw, J. Goddard, W. Andvrson, .W-M--MW,W.,w. WNm.,,,,WM...-r.. 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Fortune, R. Misenor, C. Young, C. Olsen, J. French, D. Dunlap, J. Hardy, N. Nickerson, S. Dunlap, S. Daley, C. LaPlant, C. Perkins, P. Woods, A. Cram, D. Walton, S. Shaw, P.-Dionne,-D. York, V. Daggett, K. Amann, E. Nottage, J. Norton, S. Alling. Standing: C. Conant, editor, Miss Rogers, P. Walton, assistant editor. "Um Sk1jv,vcr" Staff librarians Seated, left to right: J. French, J. Norton, C. Perrin, R. Shaw, S. Smith, J. McCann. Sllllldlvllgf P. Dionne, C. Olsen, P. Berry, P. Clemens, D. Hardy, P. Woods, S. Train, F. Lewis, D. Fredriksc-n, C. Fredriksen, M. Chaplin, S. Alling, .l. Hardy, Mrs. Hurley, advisor. i m ilk' ...r tu W -"" -M aw" wax- . , X, .V vi., '-W iya 'vt 4 x GN - 4. it 9 L.cb,t,..:i- s I . ., W :. s 'xx QFWN I F9 A 1. , , . ,,.,pg.,k1 .www-m..a , Q., 4, 'fi . ii 1 ivxfw K' Us x. 'Www . W ' f -f Q A . V' f - ' "mind W v - 4' Q7-' 'V A 'f V Wm Lv g"' ' V V vb A . ' v iss 5 QFYHQZ- .V MW! 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Thurston. -,Naam-rv ' f V " K: Lanny QM nn? A n 2 J - . P 'il 3 3' i , E 1 s 1 -s 1 JN -' .. , ., " 5 X: A Q. Q, I A, V JF' V nf '6 . 1, Q ,5 3 A E . i n . J ' k' 5 I - ft' f" ' . 2 ,P , 'F X . Firsl mug lvf! In right: ll. ll1-uulnmlt, U. Hamilton, C. Guogins. 56001111 row: R. Jordan, ll. Shaw. ll V4-rrill .Wremeu dzmcra 61116 In Ihr' grnujz: l'. llvrry, J. llurrvll, R. Mason, J. Coduli, H. Carlson, D. Lmlcly, Lccldy. C. MC- l'l1uiI. I.. IN-rkins, S. llovvy, R. Jordan, S. Mitchell, J. Fish, D. Woocllllall, K. Mills, R. Dunnvll, N. l,uml1. Slflllilllllgf lllr. llursm-y. .N l -rg 1-4 . Q Y V"-s Yv- Pi K W 'M""W--A-u,M,m . .. - i. ' M-1-+..,.M..s 'E First row left zo right' S Foster P Walton, N. Blanchard, M. Daniels, R. Young, D. Little. D h Second row: D. Verrill,- E.. Hansen, Atwater, P. Sanborn, B. Perry, S. Randall, B. oug ty. Assistants Hafetsria Koaks Left zo right: Mrs. Eva Polley, Mrs. Dorothy Fortier, Mrs. Marie Lund. gig' ..,,NE- P 1 V zligrfirxif 'f Q9 ,' 1 f' ' n' Ill!! If Il,,flI. Nlv. lhnkuld Vol: Ur Wurrvll Wilkvf. Mr. XIuymlrml :Xin-kfw. Nlr. I'1I'Il1'NI Dyk". Ylr. Il ll ll Mlm: XII Nllllll un Pllllllllltl Nh Rnlrll In lu gan Q N. ',.i N 15,115 Drivers -' ,,., 1,.- Head Gusfvdian H13 Nunp nn llllllllllltl H -.1 hx ,iii bb . ,W K yiimx.. . Q.-ff fi-9 ,, -ggi, , A k .wzw M. 1 ' 'MSW .1-SJ I QM Usfbiwg WUYFQA N K' Q: A k . . ix J in-.....4.. 1:1 xv A f x 7' NN... mm BAND This year a new ideal The band, with Mr. Hanson wielding the baton, plans to salute F.H.S. at the basketball games. For this purpose, it has received some new music which members hope everyone will enjoy. Again, as in the past, the Falmouth High School Band and the Creely Institute Band will march in honor of the dead on Memorial Day. ORCHESTRA Once again the combined orchestra of Falmouth and Greely participated in the Christmas Pageant. Several Christmas selections were played. The orchestra also accompanied the chorus in presenting the selection, "The Battle Hymn." On Thursday of Graduation Week, the combined orchestras will play for the Greely Graduation. On Friday, they will play at Falmouth. CHORUS , The combined choruses of Greely and Falmouth again presented "A Song of Christ- mas." Along with this inspiring medley of old Christmas songs, there were several effective tableaux presented by the dramatics department, under the direction of Miss Buck. The principle roles in the tableaux were as follows: The Virgin Mary ............................ VICKI CAHILL Saint Joseph ............. ......... D AVID VERRILL Caesar ................... ............. C LARK TAYLOR Head Angel ,...... ...... C HARLOTTE CONANT Herod ..........,.....................,.,. FINN WILHELMSEN The chorus has many exciting plans for the remainder of the year. Besides attending the Music Festival and presenting an Easter Concert, it has plans for a musical in the spring. nr .......g, 'J First row, left tu right: E. Nottage, D. Botkin, J. Hardy. Second row.' S. Smith, B. Marshall, E. Heinonen, C. Smith, J. Record. Third row: L. Hart, V. Morgan, E. Little. Standing: Mr. Hanson. Science of .Music Hand Seated, left to right: D. Hardy, L. Hart, N. Record, C. Olsen, K. Knowles, D. Jews-tt, J. Beal, W. Lovett, J. Hardy, W. Pollard. Standing: J. Foley, Mr. Hanson. c1i Im i 1'1" In Ilw IUIUIIIII lf, Young. N. llf-nnings, R. Shaw, H. Curran, S. Shaw, M. Hurd, C. Conant, P. Walton. .l. llzmly, ll. l'ructnr, N. Nivkvrson. l.. lflliot. L. Jorclun, ll. Colncv, li. Marshall, N. Low:-, A. llrown. S. Dunlap. T, Bur-lvl, N. Re-rord, V. Morgan, S. Smith. A. Haley, L. Farmer, E. Norton, I.. llurl, ll. llurfly. ll. l'm-rry. lf. l.owe-ll. J. Grant, J. Norton, M. Davin, J. Ferguson, H. Knight, l'. .lohnson. S, gitwutvr. Nl. Dani:-ls, .l. Fishvr. C. Smith, E. Hz-inoncn, D. Botkin, J. Frwlfll, D- Ilunlup. ll. l'ipm-r, C. P1-rrin. C. Hamilton. H. Olscn, l'. Pe-llclicr. Ijif9l'fl'l1gf Mr. Hanson. Members Svulvrl, lv!! In righl: Nl. llurml. Prcsiclm-nt: S. Shaw. 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"1 'X --.wi , ' N156 1, . .1 .1 . .. X' 'V' ff g':,,.-x.- , 4, ' ' ' 1 I' ,r r '.W,.. L ,.L.,eZ.m mg, 4 ,.,L5n. - .5 -Q 1 ,w 3. ., ',.-1-.HL 4 - - -1, -UNM W.. 1 M 3 . K A ,-4 bf Fl M Ng, 6 ,,.h,.,,2..n . 1. wg. Q a is-,. , fe 'A f xy,- - 4,13 .AS ww K 3L5?","'z W .'.'f..'T " 'v CROSS COUNTRY Every last ounce of speed is exerted by each runner as the cheering crowd en- courages him to victory. This is the atmosphere at the meets in which Falmouth takes part. In both the Triple C and the Southwestern meet we established second place. Who knows-maybe next year we can carry away top honors in both! TRACK If you happen to glance at .the athletic field any weekday afternoon during the spring season, don't be surprised to see flashes of blue and gold. It's only the track team practicing in their gold shirts and blue shorts. It is evident that the team will be one of the fastest in the Triple C. FENCING Each Friday the gym rings with the challenging call, "On guard," as the fencing squad begins practice. Each member puts all his enthusiasm into the task of trying to out-maneuver his opponent. The team's great progress is attributed to the co- operation of the participants and to Mr. Wetherell. Soon we may hear the excited "touche!" as the Falmouth Fencers cut down another team. BASEBALL The 1957 baseball season saw a definite improvement over the preceding campaign. The percentage of experienced players this year is greater than on many of our former teams. Now, the Triple C crown is within our grasp. VARSITY BASKETBALL The players are displaying the lively and colorful type of basketball which fits the atmosphere of our new gymnasium. The varsity's enthusiastic spirit under our new head coach, Mr. Kostopoulos, is captured by the cheering crowd throughout each game. JUNIOR VARSITY The stepping stone from a novice player to a portion of a precision trained unit is the main purpose for the J.V. This is accomplished by constant practice, which gives confidence and experience. CHEERLEADING This year a special thank-you, as well as congratulations, should be expressed to the Varsity and Junior Varsity cheerleaders. They have done their usual superb job of not only leading the patrons of our basketball games but also stirring from the student body something very much needed--school spirit. Basketball is an important part of our extracurricular activities, and a unanimous cheer is deserved by the F.H.S. cheerleaders for a job well done. GIRLS' SWIMMING Last year's Triple C champs have proved again that a combination of skill, deter- mination, and good sportsmanship can't he beaten. The placing in the case of a shining new trophy, proudly bearing the names of this year's team, has started our first year in the new F.H.S. off to a well-remembered start. All rival schools now realize how hard we are to conquer, so work hard, girls, and present us with the third consecutive trophy next year. GIRLS' BASKETBALL If you boys are tired of girls that giggle and gossip and you want to meet some agile and ambitious members of the female gender, you should venture to the gym any Monday or Wednesday afternoon. Under the excellent leadership and coaching of Mrs. Rosenblad and Miss Lower, this group of twenty girls is working furiously with the definite purpose of capturing the Triple C trophy for the best team in our league. We certainly second their motion. Lots of luck to all the girls. MAJ ORETTES A group of freshman, sophomore, and junior girls decided early this year that a majorette squad was needed to complement our band and to perform at special occa- sions. The squad of ten was selected by two professional instructors. Under the leader- ship of Geraldine Perkins and Doreen Walton, the majorettes have performed at the Round Robin in November, the Alumni Game in December, and are planning to par- ticipate in the Music Festival and the Memorial Day parade. Here again, another new organization has christened its first year with success. BOYS' SWIMMING The powerful but smooth strokes of the Falmouth swimmers brought victory to the shores in 1937, 194-8, and 1949. We are glad to be able to say that once again swimming at Falmouth has taken an up-swing in popularity. In the near future it should produce some satisfactory results. SKI CLUB One of the newest and most enthusiastically received activities at F.H.S. is our Ski Club. This is the first year that skiing has become a really important part of our extracurricular activities. If Old Man Winter blows enough snow our way, the club plans to engage Mrs. Avon Hilton as ski instructor. Miss Lower and Miss Robinson have future plans for a ski team. If their skill equals their determination, they are certain to capture the trophy for the best in their class. .ith " X 'Y lil' 5 X AW -f' 'Q infix ,-"Q i ' fi - f . '4f.m RB: X 717 42 "Q: xr- Krzcfvlimq, lrfl In right: IJ. Vvrrill, S. Randall, D. Vcrrill, R. Mangion. D. Frvclriksen. Standing: Couch Pope-. D. I,4-fldy. W. Shin-rs. l'. Miscnor, R. Dunne-ll, Manage-r. Zrass Kouutry Crack First row, left to right: J. Lvddy, M. Marks, D. Woodman, P. Misenor, D. Leddy. Second row. S. Shaw, R. Manginn, F. Wilhvlmsf-n, D. Verrill, A. Iverson, Roberts, Managrrg Coach Pope, R. Dunnc-ll, Assistant Manager. R. Piper, P. Potenzo. Standing: M ,-gg 1-vs. .S- -4 Q 'ii i J 'cs-wk, '?'?W4??f'. N. fffllwgggy, , NVQ ,.,-. K1 V IW 83 if gm S ,. . Q Sig ' L " ff? fw' 4 QF 1 pi. -' . B k an , Q' XS 'E as M Ms, f, ww 53 wif -"--' A gk -f,L-, , fl 31 A . X Q, ffiskigl xl Q1-:,i..,V,Lxi5 A o y sihsrxrwi m Waewllfsrxl ,, .I G .Ll Q'xv"punm in f First mug left In right: IJ. 1.1-ddy. J. Goddard. T. How, W. Hager, J. Ls-ddy. Seeonrl row: D l"n-drik-1-n. l', fm-lim'ius. ffouvli Vail. 'l'. 'IX-rison. C. Davis. Third row: S. Cliipman, ll. Ve-rrill. Nl. Spriim-. Basketball junior Varsity Cheerleaders Fins! row. left ru right: I.. Elliot. S. llunlap, A. Sim-gars, M. Hanson, P. Walton, A. Brown, D. llunlzip. .5'f'1'UlIll row: Co-Managvr. P. Woodsg G. Perkins, D. Walton, Co-Manager, E. Norton. spa .f W , 'Q a W 6 2 ,t . I K Y X iiilgwg' f I ag 3,17 1 - " Q Y gigs K WWW.. ' q FSM ,. 1 , ' 'v"'h .W k , ig - A, iflgg K igk , : Q jg -f -. , Q 55 V 7 .Vfflli 51 , 1 :g.L 5, I ,. ! . ,X ,:.V E i ' -'L- Q13 k-,b k K f L---L' J ' Q ,LY 'ffifirfi P - 4 gm air I Lm,L 1 Q '.m AF ,Qi , f 'N - 7 I "' W 2 is WW, Z 5 in I! .g,, ,. 31, 00 YJ E sl 2 W Q1 CV l . First mug fPfI to right: Us-Nlallage-r, ll. liotking J. McCann, .l. Norton, C. Fr:-drikse-n. Cuuclr Ruse-nlmlarl. If. Nottagv. S. TllllI'Sl0l'l, R. Nisvnor, C0-Manager, F. Lewis. Second rou': S. Furlunv. l'. Jvnkins, ll. Stillman, l'. Cle-tlwrts, K. Amann, R. Gautlvt, A. Larsen, 5. Witllam. Third mtv: S. Maguirt-, V. Morgan, A. Halt-y, J. Ruby, S. Rickvr. C. Skillin, N. Lowv. Fourlh row: C. Colw- lztnfl, M. llalvy. .l. Norton, S. Griffin, M. Farvwll, U. Marshall. Girlv ' lfaskefball Jlflajareftcs In the group: R. llauflvt. C. Chappvll, P. Jenkins. N. Lowe-. G. Stillman, J. Fisllvr. N. llvikkinvn. ti. Pvrkins, IJ. Walton. . 'mix 't'f"f"5?M - ' Q - . ... -v x I . x - - t- : ' -t N 'jf .x at A . 'Y 5. . Q 1' 't Q3 X . Xl W. ' ' k ' K X Y . xxx t. .Q x x WL X N y ' tt J: M fn! 5 U x 1'-Xxx ' txt f NY' 5: 1. . -BCA 11 I W Stzznrling, left to right: H. Mason. E. Nottage, D. Botkin, C. Freclriksen, D. Woodman. First row: C, Smith, J. Fisher, J. Ferguson, P. Turvottt-, C. Tupper, E. Heinonen, D. Bamford, D. Walton, l'. Walton. Second row: S. Dunlap. J. Record, T. Burstel, R. Knight, C. Fkillin. J. Grant, S. Maguire, 5. Worster. Third row: Mr. Xvt'IllQ'1'f'll, S. Hovvy. krzcilfg Ski 671116 First row, left to right: Nl. Fivltl. J. Robbins, E. Norton. Second row: J. Goddard, 'lf How, Nlisf Robinstm. J. Davis, S. Randall. J.. lfmnl run: lvft lo right: Mr. Kufmpulllos, P. Put:-nzo, B. Se-vvrn, M. Marks, C. Taylor. R. Piper, ll, iluugim, S, Shaw. Sf'l'U7Ifl row: if. llmiivs. R. Mungzion, G. Graffam, D. Lirtlv, H. LaCram. ll, iil'illlIlllPlli. K. Szullvr. Baseball Urampahze Lf-fr In righl: N. ,IUl'Illlll, R. Shaw. L. .iur4lun, N. Lowv, Miss Lower, S. Smith. M. Half-y, L. lfurma-r, J. Fcrgilwii, F. Worst:-r. V -45? ...- Alumni Lawrence Aronson Joan Ashley ,.....,., Bruce Babb ............, Nancy Bodwell ,A....., - Kenneth Brink ,....... Peter Brown ......... Nancy Button ....... Charmond Caire ,..,..... Shirley Carlisle ........,...... Freeman Cleaves, J r. Elizabeth Costa ....... Beverly Cushing ..... Mary Ellen Daggett Pauline Dionne ....... Brenda Fabricius .... Brian Farwell .......... Thomas Foley, Jr. -- Lois Foster .... - ........ - ....... James Fox, Jr. Kenneth Gates ......... Robert Geyer .............. Carolyn Jean Graves Douglas Hanson ...... Peter Hennings ........ Thomas Holding ......... Sonja Hyland .......... Luther Kloth ........ Carl Lane .,....,,. Bruce Leddy ..,..... Joan Leeman ,.,..... George Leighton ...... Barbara Long ....., Barbara Lord ...... Anita Lovely ....,... Linda Lunt .....,..... Thomas Newton .,..., Sandra Nottage - ...... Claudette Pelletier ....,.. J ay Piper ................ Cornelia Proctor ......... David Quinnam ....... Brian Rich ........... Harold Roos ........ Linda Smith .....,. Evelyn Story .....,. Claudia Taylor ....... nies af '5 New York Sears Roebuck and C0. University of Maine Phoenix of London Insurance Co. Carpentering University of Maine Deaconess Hospital Philadelphia Lasell Junior College Cumberland Sand and Gravel Gorham State Teachers College Atlantic Union College Northeastern Business College Allen, Sterling 81 Lothrop Westbrook Junior College U. S. Air Force Northeastern Business College Houghton-Arnold Machinery Co. At Home ,,-,,,-,,,-,,---,..--- University of Maine U. S. Navy Gorham State Teachers College University of Maine U. S. Coast Guard Academy U. S. Marines Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. Dana College Missionary Training College Holderness School Mrs. Adelbert .loy U. S. Air Force University of Maine Mrs. Rodney MacDonald Nasson College Gorham State Teachers College U. S. Air Force Westbrook Junior College Holy Ghost Hospital New York University of Maine Atlantic Union College U. S. Army U. S. Navy Smith College Mrs. Donald Thompson Mrs. Gerald Packard Carl Terison, Jr. ...... ...,....,,.....,... - ..-..,..,,.,,.,, U . S, Marines Patricia Thomes ...... .............................. .. Thomes Casket Co. Clifford Vining ........ ...... M aine Vocational Technical Institute Sara Whitehouse ..... ............ .. ........... - - University of Maine Janice Woodman .....,.. Simmons College Alumni ,Nates of 36 Everett Abbott ........ ................., S tandard Linen Service Elaine Abrahamson Gorham State Teachers College Anita Adams ....,....... .........................,........ M rs. Lloyd Blackstone Marilyn Adams ........... Hannelore Amann . Cumberland Savings 81 Loan Association New England Tel. and Tel. Co. Robert Andreasen ...... ............................................ C ouri Motors Jane Armstrong ....... .,,...,. Isabelle Baker ..... Priscilla Bennett ..,... Judith Bjorn ........ Edgar Botkin ...... Gorham State Teachers College Canal Bank Becker Junior College University of Maine University of Maine Carlton Bumell ....... .........,.................. J ackson's Garage Rayann Burnham ....... ., ..,.. . Barbara Burns ........ .............. . College of New Rochelle Carol Copeland ....... Gorham State Teachers College Central Maine Power Co. R. Michael Daley ........ .................. D artmouth College Jay Edwards ........... ...,.......................,..... U . S. Navy Roger Elliott .............,. ........ U . S. Coast Guard Academy Franklin Farmer ......... ...........,.,................. T ufts College Patricia Flynt ......... ............... U niversity of Maine David Gagnon ..... ...................... U niversity of Maine Wayne Hale ..,...... ....... N ortheastern Business College Waldo Harmon ....... .........,.........................,. A t Home Patricia Holding ........ ,.....,............ M rs. David Allen Judith Hudson ........ ........ M rs. Charles Whitcomb Beverly Huston ...,..., .,................,,.......... A t Home Christian Hyland ......,. ......................... U . S. Air Force Carol Iverson ......... ...............,...... U niversity of Maine Lawrence Leeman ....... ....... R omano Construction Company Susan Lord .......... ........... ...., L i ving in Arkansas Richard Lowe ...,...... ....................... U . S. Navy Evelyn Maguire ..... ......... M rs. Robert Profenno Charlene Manchester ...... .......................... U niversity of Maine Carole Mara ................ ..........,.........,......... M rs. Robert Knight Carol McGee ............ ....... N ewton College of the Sacred Heart Percy Norton .......... ......................................... C ouri Motors Rinda-Mary Payne ..... ................................,. J ackson College Carleton Perrin .......... ......................,..... B owdoin College Frank Potenzo, Jr. ..... .......................... U niversity of Maine Martha Potvin ......... ......... N ew England Tel. and Tel. Co. Donald Pyle ............ ......................... C . E. Noyes Co. . Lorraine Read ............. Felicia Schroetel .....,... Sears Roebuck and Co. University of Maine Deane Taylor ...... ........... ................... U . S. Navy Gladys Thurlow ......... .....,....................,.,.. E astland Hotel Robert Verrill ...............,. ......... M aine Electronic Supply Corp. Margaretann Williams ...... ................ M rs. Richard Anderson Carol Young ................... ........ P lummer's Insurance Agency Advertising Y g 'A,V N I , , ,gf - f Wcirepresent the buszlgcss af 5 f Qalmoutlz flzylz School Ereif . '11 It The Editors, the Editorial and Business Staffs, and the Student Body wish to express their deep appreciation to those who have made possible 'GTHE CRESTN of ,58. ompetent as our Advisors, Miss Rogers and Mrs. Hurley have done considerable work in their supervision and continual guidance. esponding to our needs, the Editorial and Business Staffs, made this ear's book a tremendous ublication. Y P C specially we thank White-:'s Studio for its fine job and un- limited cooperation. ubstantial assistance given to us through our Financial Sup- porters made our success possible. i i hanks to all who have made this '58 edition of "THE CREST" one of the best yet. .9 is Compliments of CASCO BANK 81 TRUST CO PERFORMANCE MOTORS, INC- Foreidn and Sporfs Cars U. S. Rouie I-Falmoufh Foreside-Poriland 99, Maine Tel. SP 4-32I7 IVER R. IVERSON, Pres. ANDREW P. IVERSON, Treas. Complimenls of SCRIBNER 81 IVERSON, INC. Plumbing and Heating 64 Union Slreel' PORTLAND, MAINE Telephone SP 3-7682 VERNON S. PLUMMER Complimenls OD. Op+ome+ris+ of Room 5l8 I42 High Sfreel' PORTLAND, MAINE SPLENDID RESTAURANT e:aff.:fM MODERN L. P. GAS SERVICE 9I5 Foresl Ave. Tel. SP 4-0387 PORTLAND, MAINE THE WATCH SHOP "Time Technicians" 238 Federal Slreel' PORTLAND, MAINE Phone SP 4-7652 The Habii' of Regular Saving Is 'Ihe Firsi' SI'ep I'o Ma+eriaI Success. There is no be++er way +o acc:umuIa+e money Ihan Ihrough a mon+hIy savings accouni' a+ FALMOUTH SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION 4 ELM smear PORTLAND, MAINE ff, QNX ESPAN'S LUNCH PorI'Iand's THE HARRIS Finesi' Hamburgers OIL CO. MITCHELL'S NORTHEAST RADIO HEMSTITCH sl-IOP and Tuckin CHARGER SERVICE Sham in -Eumin BaH'ery Charger Service mp Hih Shed 9 An Kinds AII Makes ROOM 3I8 239 CUMBERLAND AVE. Phone SP 2.5312 SP 44395 HUB FURNITURE C0mP'ime"+S of 440 Congress Sfreei' YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR LANE CEDAR CHESTS 911 Moore SCO. SHOP WITH EASE AND CONVENIENCE in Our NEW MODERN STORE Maine's Largesf SeIec'I'ions of COATS-SUITS and DRESSES. APPAREL for 1'he Eniire Family "Think of NOYES When You Think of Moving" EARLE W. NOYES 81 SON Tel. SP 2-4645 34 Co'H'on Sireei' PORTLAND. MAINE RANDALL 81 MCALLISTER EST. I8bI 84 COMMERCIAL ST "The Besi' in Hea+ing Fuels and Heaiing Equipmen+" Portland SP 3-294I Compliments DU MARCHE DE TOWN LANDING PORTLAND MONSON SLATE CO. Miners of Monson Slaie for Elecirical Purposes Office: PORTLAND, MAINE Com plimenfs of BLUE ROCK QUARRY Com plimen+s of HAY 84 PEABODY THE PINE CRAFTERS GRAY ROAD WEST FALMOUTH Makers of Over 500 Differenf Designs in Pine Furnifure Direcf fo You a+ Dealer's Cosi' Complimenfs of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 540 DEERINC-5 AVENUE Tel. SP 3-4258 I SHOPPING AT A8fP IS QUICK . . . II SIMPLE . . . THRIFTY! SAVE SAFELY SI OR MORE STARTS MONTHLY SHARES MAINE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 445 Congress S+reeI' Por+IancI. Maine Complimenfs of FULLER BRUSH COMPANY 405 Congress Building I42 High SI'reeI PORTLAND, MAINE Compleie Line of PERSONAL AND HOUSEHOLD BRUSHES CHEMICALS AND COSMETICS Phone SP 3-7052 PLUMMER'S INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance S. G. CHASON C. E. ABBOTT Res. Phone SP 3-IOI7 Res. Phone SP 5-2868 Office Phone SP 3-3838 I8 CASCO STREET PORTLAND. MAINE ATHERTON FU RN ITU RE Fine Furni+ure Since I898 I Complimenfs of Compiimenfs of NORTON H. LAMB MAINE dba FREEMAN K. LAMB ELECTRONIC SUPPLY 81 SON Real Esfafe and Insurance 650 Foresf Ave. PORTLAND, MAINE FORTUNE, INC. DR. NORMAN E. HILL C Hon Ducks-Sailmakers-Canvas Covers Opfomefrigf I42 HIGH STREET II Plum S+. Por+Iand, Maine SP 2-38I4 PORTLAND MAINE Com plimenfs of ANNE AND BRENT TAYLOR PINELAND RESTAURANT Roufe I FALMOUTH, MAINE LONG, LIBBY 81 HANSON CO. Wholesale HOSIERY-UNDERWEAR-DRY GOODS I57-Ibl Middle Sfreei' Poriland, Maine PIZQA iz! f 'ff L ' ' I WILLIAM GOODMAN THEGREATLEST NAME un PIZZA Was+e Paper 66 Veranda Sfreei' PORTLAND. MAINE Telephone 3-9363 8l-87 Marginal Way PORTLAND. MAINE CAROLYN'S COATS, DRESSES SUITS, SPORTSWEAR 599 Congress Sfreef PORTLAND 3, MAINE Phone SP 3-2700 Complimenis of DAVIS' VARIETY Rouie 88 FALMOUTH FORESIDE MAINE Groceries-Mea+s Frozen Foods H'aIian Sandwiches Take Your Troubles fo Church on Sunday MILLIONS LEAVE THEM THERE S. L. S. Compliments of B. G. PRIDE Compliments of MAINE HARDWARE 6I8-622 Congress S+ree+ PORTLAND I, MAINE E. L. PROCTOR Compllmenls of Local Relail Dis+ribu+or 'For S. S. PIERCE Famous Foods S ' I' FOSTER-AvERY's Pec'a+'eS Gill' Paclcages Also Heallh Foods DIAL SP 3-0236 PORTLAND, MAINE Where Else but Prep Hall? SO MUCH STYLE-SO MUCH SATISFACTION SUCH REASONABLE PRICES CIoI'hes Designed for Young Men in High and Prep Schools A. H. BENOIT 81 CC. MONUMENT SQUARE PORTLAND, MAINE WINSTON ROBBINS, Presidenf RUTH C. MacCREADY, Treasurer Telephone UL 4-2509 ROBBINS 8: WHITE, INC. SI'ruc+uraI S+eeI Erec+ors and Engineers 907 Main Sfreei' WESTBROOK, MAINE DUDLEY-WEED DRUG CO., INC. 46 Pine S'l'. 653 Foresi' Ave. PORTLAND 4, MAINE Tel. SP 3-384I Tel. SP 4-2679 "If I+'s Drugs You Need Call Dudley-Weed" CH RISTY'S HARDWARE "The Do H' Yourself SI'ore" AUBURN ST. PORTLAND, MAINE TeI. SP 4-8I05 Painfs-Hardware Housewares-Wallpaper Everyihing for fhe Home Owner VINCENT G. WILLISTON INC. . n . i RIODALE FARM, INC. Edison DIC'I'B'I'lh Machines Gesfeiner Siena? DupIica'l'ors STATE ROAD Sfandard Fluid Process Falmoufh Ft-,reside DupIica+ors GW I9I Middle S+. Poriland I S TEL. SP 2-5260 ---- -. .f .V-. . . I 1 ,- O K A mcse 0 An all-'Hme 'Family favoriiel B8zM Brick-Oven Baked Beans are 1'he real, old-fashioned kind. They're prepared in Por+- land, Maine . . . baked hours and hours in real brick ovens. The fasfe so good in iheir pork-enriched sauce of brown sugar and spices. you'd swear +hey were home-baked! FRANK A. SNELL. INC. 4l5 Congress Sireef PORTLAND, MAINE General Insurance Tel. SP 2-6562 PERMAN ENT ROADWAYS CO. 650 Foresi' Avenue HOT TOP DRIVEWAYS Complimenis of TOM TAYLOR "Clo1'hes for fhe Whole Family" 626 FOREST AVENUE PORTLAND, MAINE ALVAH C. THOMPSON D.D.S. II Deering S+ree+ Por+land 3, Maine P. REUBEN 81 CO. PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS HARRY CARVEL CO. Plumbing and Heafing Con+rac+ors-Dealers Dial SP 2-7444 386 Cumberland Ave. PORTLAND. MAINE Com plimen+s of SERVICE INSURANCE AGENCY HAZEL L. SPEAR, Agenl' 22 Monumenf Square Por+Iand, Maine SOUTHWORTH DECORATORS Inferiors, Accessories Gills Haviland Chocolales LAFAYETTE HOTEL 644 Congress SIreeI' Tel. SP 3-7930 Complimenfs of HARRY N. YOUNG D.M.D. ALLEN'S ACRE "Food Thai' Sa'Iisfies" Tel. SP 5- I 362 W. L. BLAKE 81 CO. Mill and Plumbing Supplies PORTLAND. MAINE CARR BROS. COMPANY Incorporaied FRUIT AND PRODUCE Commission Merchanfs 2I7 COMMERCIAL STREET PORTLAND, MAINE BASTON AUTO SERVICE . O I. I Wheel Ahgnmeni' and Balance cculsh FALMOUTH FORESIDE MAINE Tel. SP 3-0826 FASHION OPTICIANS Lenses ancI Frames Duplicaied Prescripfions Filled BucIge'I Terms Arranged bll CONGRESS STREET Tel. SP 2-I309 CHAPLIN MOTOR COMPANY 39 Foresf Avenue Poriland, Maine Telephone SP 2-7476 H. G. HANSON Prescripiion Druggisi 345 Congress S+reeI' Corner Wilmoi' Sireef PORTLAND, MAINE KNIGHT BROS. COMPANY, INC. IISSIIS CONTRACTORS Heaiing, Plumbing Me'IaI work Plumbing Flxfures Donut Jud Fm ,Em UP' BIOV2 Main SI'reeI' Buildvfm UP I Wwbfook New ENeLANn's FAVORITE BREAD E. A. BURNS FENCINGl INC. CLEMENTS MUSIC SHOP S I d E I' aes an rec Ion Piano and Organ EDWARD A. BURNS Presideni and Treasurer SaIeS and Service 398 Main S+ree+ WESTBROOKI MAINE 782 CONGRESS STREET ULs+er 4-2463 SP 2-970' Maine and U. S. Approved Pullorum Clean FRENCH'S HATCHERY ERNEST w. HAWKES, Proprie+or Telephone VA 9-5455 Cumberland Cen+er, Maine Complimenls of HANDY BOAT SERVICE, INC. ELM . C I I' f Ice COMPANY 0"'P'me" S 0 Dealers in ICE-COAL-RANGE OIL WOOD-VEGETABLES 30 Washingion Avenue aol Washlngion Ave' Poriland 3, Maine PORTLAND, MAINE Telephone SP 3-569I Tel. SP 2-9246 Nighi' Phone SP 4-25I4 PORTEOUS, MITCHELL 81 BRAUN "The Cen+er of Maine Living" PORTLAND, MAINE THURLOW AND NOYES CompIimen+s of AIIen and Washingfon Aves. Podlandl Me. DR. D. L. SHAW Phone SP 3-9I34 Op+ome+ris+ LUBRICATION-TIRES PORTLAND, MAINE OIL-BATTERIES ComP'I"'e""s of Dow AND HoDsDoN General SI'ore GULF STATION GMS-TOYS U. S. Rouiie I FaImou+h Foreside SP 2-32I2 FALMOUTH, MAINE Complimenis of ALLEN, STERLING 81 LOTHROP Sferling Qualify Seeds 268 MIDDLE STREET PORTLAND. MAINE Complimenfs of BROWN MOTORS Best Wishes From the FALMOUTH SCHOOL COMMITTEE L FOUNDED BV H EN RY H. HA'v l84l bf!-M WM HAYSDRIKYST ORES M PMQMRTTML.A-1sz:xg,Q1vf1j5fgm1iweT X- THE 3-H QUALITY MA R 14, PR Q T F. 1 T 3?f You GUY GANNETT PUBLISHING CO. PORTLAND PRESS HERALD-EVENING EXPRESS and fhe GUY GANNETT BROADCASTING SYSTEM WGAN-TV, Channel I3-WGAN, 560 on Your Dial 390 Congress S+ree+ PORTLAND n Headquarrers 'For Pianos and Organs School . Home . Church . Lodge PORTLAND STUDIOS, INC. 2nd Floor BaxI'er Building 562 Congress SI. I23 Free Sf. Sp 4-4993 PORTLAND MAINE M Soufhern Maine's BERNIE'S FASHIONS Complimemis Second Floor of 570 Congress Sfreef PORTLAND, MAINE PEERLESS WELDING +"e Unusual In S+yIe" LORING, SHORT FRYE'S ESSO 8' HARMON Sfafioners and Booksellers Giffs for Graduafion Rouie I Falmoufh, Maine School Supplies DIAL SP 4-4589 Monumenf Square PORTLAND, MAINE CompIimenI's of CLIFFORD J. MURPHY CO. S'I'ocIcs and Bonds 443 CONGRESS STREET PORTLAND, MAINE Say If Wi'l'h Fresh Flowers From SKILLIN'S GREENHOUSES Qualify in All CUT FLOWERS, CORSAGES. POTTED PLANTS Wedding and Funeral Worlr Falmoufh Foreside Phone SP 2-63I8 JOHN A. SKILLIN. Manager, Class of I948 DAVID SKILLIN, Class of I955 T GAMAGE PHARMACY Corner Veranda Sfreel and Washinglon Avenue PORTLAND, MAINE RALPH M. HANSON Proprielor PHILIP E. HAMLIN Loam Sand Gravel Fill 555 AUBURN STREET PORTLAND. MAINE SP. 3-7272 l I 3 1 1 . No BeHer Friend Can Be Found Than a Good Savings Accounl' in Ihe MAINE SAVINGS BANK Troubles Are Shed When You Save Ahead I 5 Casco SI'ree+ Porrland, Maine Mill Creek Shopping Cenier, Sou'Ih Poriland NORTH GATE SHOPPING CENTER. PORTLAND NORTON, HALL, 81 SHEARMAN General Insurance ROBERT B. NORTON Presidenl' and Treasurer 54 EXCHANGE STREET Telephone PORTLAND, MAINE SP 2- I 95I FROST MIMEOGRAPH CO. Mimeographing and Mulligraphing LETTER SHOP SERVICE We have compleie equipmenr Io handle all Iypes of worlc prompfly. 226 Middle Sfreei SP 3-7284 Com pIeI'e AuI'omobiIe Servicenfer DAVIDSON OIL COMPANY Com pleie Home-Hea+ing TELEPHONES Dars-SP 3-702I Nig 'Is-SP 5-0643 7 Auburn SI. "AIIen's Corner Res+aura nIs-B- I 554 Porfland- I 7 SMITH FARM OPEN YEAR 'ROUND 5 Miles From Poriland on Gray Rd., W. Falmoufh From a Sandwich Io a Full Course Dinner Specializing in Old Type New England Food Served in fhe Barn SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR BANQUETS AND WEDDINGS VA 9-3034 Ample Parking "BesI' Deal in Town" YOUR LINCOLN-MERCURY DEALER Also ENGLISH BUILT FORDS-WILLYS SWEARINGEN MOTORS COMPANY 295 Foresi' Avenue Poriland SP 3-2923 C. LOUIS SMITH BWIY and Complimenis Fender Repairing of Auihorized Simonizing S+aI'ion PORTLAND, MAINE SP 4-6552 DR. FRED A. PARSONS FREEMAN e. CLEAVES C.,,,.,,.Im,,,s of General ConI'rac'ror MR- AND MRS. Telephone SP 2-3087 HOWARD PETERSON "WE SPECIALIZE IN "KEEP SMILING" BLACKTOP DRIVEWAYS" CompIimenI's of BANCROFT 81 MARTIN ROLLING MILLS COMPANY IINZ' 6 AT HOME Qfx grgamg, AT WORK M Q 3 AT PLAY an ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU BEST EVERY HOUR OF THE DAY CENTR L MAINE rowen omnnv Complimenrs of FRANK L. ROCHON Insurance Broker 477 CONGRESS STREET SP 2-3684 CompIimen+s of Comphmenk THE of MERRIMAKERS CLUB P'eaSan+ Hi" DR. AND MRS. sTlLEs FALMOUTH, MAINE Compliments of DIRIGO LARRY'S SUNOCO SERVICE , A PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ROAD SERVICE Tires-Bafferies-Accessories Complefe Lubricafion-Washing L. D. BARNES, Prop. S+a'Ie Road Falmoufh Foreside Telephone SP 2-9469 WASSON'S GROVE "Famous for All-S+ealc Hamburgers" GRAY ROAD ROUTE 26 Complimenfs of Compliment of TOMMY? STATE MUTUAL LIFE Hardware, Spor+ing Goods. Pain'l's ASSURANCE CO 273 C""9'eSs Shes" WILLIAM DALEY General Agem PORTLAND, MAINE and Tel. SP 2-5357 ASSOCIATES Complimenis Complimenfs of of DOW 81 STUBLING GEORGE'S RESTAURANT 58 I Congress Sfreei' PORTLAND 3, MAINE Waiches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Silverware Esfablished I 894 EDWARD G. HAGGETT xx A Experienced Repairer of BICYCLES-VELOCIPEDES , ly BABY CARRIAGES . N115 'qfglll ly Also Good Sioclr of Coins 5 ,fail I and S+amPS for Colleclors if ' 34 cAsco smear PORTLAND, MAINE MA-RlE'5 DRWE-IN RUFUS DEERING COMPANY 40 AUBURN STREET Lumber and Home Cooked Food Building Maferials Chicken' Clams- 383 Commercial Sireei' C8lK9S. +0 Go S8:H Green Sfamps TEL- SP 3-9292 Open Sunday A.M. 9-I2 JoRoAN's READY-TO-EAT MEATS, INC. 4 I , rl 1 SSN" ' V I ff-f' 4 Ap 1 Nagin' 4 E P E f SP 5-2389 PORTLAN D GLASS Au1'o Glass Furnished and lnsfalled ,- f-,K 496 Woodford Sfreef PORTLAND, MAINE 1 . , XKSXXXXSSXX KX X SX n XXXX XX XX X ' jwwxrw K, HOME BUILDING SERVICE Paini' and Varnish Lumber Mason Supplies Hardware Roofing lnsula+ion Plywoodg Doors and Windows Millwork N. T. FOX CO., INC. 24 MORRILL ST. SP 3-I73I PORTLAND, MAINE BRANCHES-Wes+brook, Kennebunk, Biddeford BEST XAASHSS 5 E TO THE CLHSS 0F58 0 FROM THE CLASS off QI ALTON T. MAXIM, Realfo 465 Congress S+ree+ Clfy and Suburban Homes S+ores, Apar+men+ Houses. Farms Lake and Seashore Properfies TELEPHONE SP 3-7288 Complimenis of BIOLOGY "A" CLASS WILLIAM B. HAGUE ComPILmen+s COMPANY 0 GERALD H. KNIGHT Welders Maine Is Full of Opporfunifies "H"s Your Job +o Develop Them" MERRILL TRANSPORT CO. Terminals PORTLAND, AUBURN, AUGUSTA. BANGOR. SEARSPORT "We Like Our Falmou'I'h Employees" Complimenis of THE HI-LIONS A FRIEND "Happy Landings" From 'l'he FOLKS AT UPPER FORESIDE Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Carolyn Arsenaulf Mr. and Mrs. R. Arsenauli' Mr. and Mrs. Sianwood Bailey Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard Mr. and Mrs. Sfanley Bishop Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Brewsier Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown Mr. and Mrs. William Brown Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William Burleigh Mrs. Efhel L. Burrell A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Leslie P. Cahill Mr. and Mrs. John Chaplin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chesley Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Clifford Miss Grace Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Cosfa Mr. and Mrs. Norman Cressey Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. 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