Farmington High School - Laurel Yearbook (Farmington, ME)

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Q ....... - . C"'j Q 4 ' r HI! .... . I ', C"-0 A115 ' 154.-trim! . . . . lx ' J: ' C"-lj HLISLCPL ..... . ' ' C 3 '1'1mlQ .... . ' g" C' D l,11rf.1f'y ....... , '- Q ' Q" D u ' V c' J ' C' l ' ' l DEDICATION We the class of 1954 wxsh to ded1cate thxs LAUXEL to you, helpmg us ln our work and acuvmes 7 7 Mn. Dram., in appreciation of the endless hours you have spent of 6 CHARLES H Dual-xx. AB EdM Prznczpal Latm Gonnow R Awnnnsow BS Ronnnr S BENSON School Treasurer B S Ed M Buslness Educatxon BUSIDCSS Educatlon Bows Athletxcs Health AA B Ed Physxcal Educauon Soual Studxes Mus MARION S BRYANT Certificates Professlonal Elementary Llfe Speclal Secondary Lrfe Engllsh Lxbrary Engllsh Bxology Guxdancc Tmsonons P Exuzm In -XB Rxcxunn B COLLD B Roslin L CBREENJLLAP BA Mathematxcs Sltx Coach Engllsh Science 1 T a u, Q w f l if l . Howmm E. CROZIER-B.S., M.Ed. Ronan W. Dowmas MARION F. Enwfmns-B.S. l . . ' .-. . . . 1 ' '- .S. . J . "- . I ARTHLR GREEN Superintendent THAIS H LINSCOTT BS ALDEN W MITCHELL BS IOSEPH M MURRAY IR Cafctena IOLA I-I PERKINS B A MA LEONE W PERKINS MARY Lomsxa ROBERTS B S Musxc Secretary Health Physxcal Education and Gxrls Athletxcs Q34 DOROTHY S SAYWARD BA MARAH S WEBs1'ER FRED A CoLuNs Engllsh French Art Supervxsor C ustodnn A 5' , 9 + 2 1 ! - - . f ' ' - ' l 4 X . ' i . . , L .A -, . . Home Economics and Industrial Arts - M.Ed. Social Studies - B.A. 0 1 I J, I I 0 it 1 Y t ! S4 tv In Memory o JANE GRACE FORTIER 'R' February 6 1936 AUg11SI Iane's love of hfe was her great glft to her class- mates. May we haxe the courage to lxve our hvcs ln that brave and yoyous spxrxt that she so typically exemplified 2 952 , 5 r wf I s l 1 UMM A S 9 1 CLASS OFFICERS STUDENT COUNCIL 'G -mf 'TT I I EDGAR ERNVIN DAVIS " Bobbie " General Intended Vocation: Machinist One of the most popular members of our class. Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2, Club "5-I" 2, Laurel Board 3, Student Council 3, Class President I-4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Sr. Play Cast 4, Minstrel Show 2-3-4. "He who has humor, has friends." JANE ELIZABETH QUIMBY "Ianic" "I.Q." College Intended Vocation: University of Maine Her friendly personality has made her many loyal friends. Transferred from Corinna Union Academy: Band 1-2-3, Orchestra I-2-3, Glee Club I-2-3, Prize Speak- ing 2-3, One-Act Plays 1, Spelling Team I-2-3, National Honor Society 2-3, Band of New England 2, All- State Music Festival 3, Class Secre- tary 2, Univ. of M. Speaking 2-3, Office Girl 3, Girls' State 3, I.V. Cheerleader 1, " Muse " Board 1-2-3, Iunior Prize Essay Contest 3. Farmington High School: Class Vice-President 4, Basketball 4, Sen- ior Play 4, Club "54" 4, Com- mencement Committee 4, Orchestra 4, Band 4, Choir 4, All-State Music Festival 4, Intramural Basketball 4. "Laugh, and the world laughs with you." GAIL IANET WESCOTT " Gail " Commercial Intended Vocation: Burdett College A leader in her class and in the band. Band 1-2-3-4, Club "54 " 2-3-4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Girls' and Mixed Choir Variety Show l, Senior Play Cast 4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Cheerleading 3, Class Secretary 4, Secretary 2-3. " Smile and the world smiles wilh you." IOYCE ELIZABETH WELCH " Io " Commercial Intended Vocation: Undecided An all-round good sport. Field Hockey 1-2-3-4, Basketball I-2-3. Softball I-2, Senior Play Cast 4, Club "54" 2-3, Minstrel Show 2-3, Class Treasurer 2-4, Glee Club I-2-4. "I!'.r hetler to lie happy, than brilliant." LAWRENCE EDWARD PARENT IR. " Larry " College Intended Vocation: U.S.A.F. A born leader, loud but likable. Art 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2-3-4, One- Act Play 1-2-3, Senior Play Cast 4, Student Council President 4, Laurel Board 3, Co-Editor 4, Fair Booth I-2-3-4, Club "54" 2-3-4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Minstrel Show 2-3, Intramural Basketball I-2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-4. " Common sense in an uncommon degree is what the world calls wis- dom." VERNON FRANK BROYVN IR. " Verne " College Intended Vocation: Marines Reticent, noted for his football ability. Transferred from Iay High School: Football l-2. Farmington High School: Football 3-4, Track 3-4, Senior Play Cast 4, Club H54 " 3-4, Student Council 4. "People who make no noise are dangerous." LOIS MARIE GUEST " Lo " College Intended Vocation: Nursing Pretty, a nice person to know. Public Speaking 1-2-3, Basketball 1-3-4, One-Act Plays 1-3, Minstrel Show 2-3, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Mixed Choir 3-4, Girls' Choir l-3-4, Club " 54 " 2-3-4, Senior Play Cast 4, Girls' State Delegate 3, IJ.A.R. Candidate 4, Laurel Board 2-3-4, Newspaper Staff 2, Office Girl 1-4 "I speak lruth, not so murh as I would, lm! as mufh as I dare: and I dare a litile more as I grow older." IPRIQIJIQRICK l.l.OYD PRATT " lfretl " Industrial Intcntlctl Vocation: Agriculture Our future farmer has a great deal of pride. ,llgtskctlwall I-2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, l7otitli.ill 4, Senior Play Cast -I. Club " 5-I " 2-3-4, Sttiilent Council 2-4. "Business and mrion srrenglhen Ihr lmiin, lin! ninth smrly wealqens II." 7,2 ,W IOYCE EVELYN ADAMS 'L Ioy " " Iosie " " Io " Home Economics Intended Vocation: Housewife Well liked by her friends. Club " 54 " 2-3, lr. Sr. Prom Com- mittee 3, Intramural Basketball 3, Minstrel Show Committee 3, F.H.A. Program Committee 4, Ofiice Girl 4. " There is nothing so strong and safe in any emergency of life, as the simple truth." XVILFRED IOSSLYN ATWELL " Willie " College Intended Vocation: Undecided " Willie " is slow but sure. Band 2-3-4, Orchestra l, Basketball 2-3, Baseball 3, Club "54" 2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 2-3, Intra- mural Basketball 4g Dirigo Boys State Delegate 3. " Live and let live." IANICE MAE BESAW " Ianny " College Intended Vocation: Beautician Capable, a good worker. Basketball 1-2-3-4, Majorette, Cheer- leading I-3-4, Girls' Choir I-3-4, Mixed Choir 3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Club N54 " 2-3-4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, One-Act Play l-2-3, Senior Play Cast 4,,Maine All-State Music Festival -3-4, Newspaper Staff 2, Laurel Board 4, Fair Booth l-2-3. " Small deeds done are greater than great deeds planned." IOHN DOUGLAS BROWNRIGG "Doug" Q College Intended Vocation: College A bit of a show-off but otherwise a swell kid. Football 1-2-3, ,Basketball 1-2-3, Track 3-4, Club " 54 " 2-3-4, Laurel Board 3-4, One-Act Play 1-2-3, Sen- ior Play Cast 4, Art 1-2-3, Fair Booth 1-2, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-3, All-State Concert Festival 3, Intra- mural'Basketball l-2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3-4, Dance Band 1-2-3-4, Trio "5-1 " 1-2-3-4. "Enthusiasm is the greatest asset in the world. It overwhelms and engulfs all obstacles." MINNIE BUTTERFIELD " Min " " Shorty " Home Economics Intended Vocation: Undecided Quiet, except when among her friends. Freshman Play Usher l, Majorette 2-3-4, Club "5-l" 2-3, Intramural Basketball 3, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Newspaper Staff 3. "' Silence persuades, when speak- ing fails." SHIRLEY IIB.-KN COOK " Shir " " Cookie " " Cook " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided A quiet member who has contributed a great deal to our class. Basketball 2-3, Field Hockey 1-2-3, Softball 3, Band 2-3-4, Orchestral 1, Club " 54 " 3, Intramural Volleyball 3-4, Ski Banquet Committee 3-4, Graduation Usher 3, Intramural Field Hockey 2-3, Intramural Softball 1-2-3, Senior Tea Committee 3, In- tramural Basketball 2-3-4. " Laugh, and the rest of the world will laugh with you. Cry and you will cry alone." IRENE MARIE CUSHMAN College Intended Vocation: Housewife Sweet, will make a good wife. Olhce Girl 3-4, Club " 54 " 2-3, Stu- dent Librarian 2, Girls' State Dele- gate 3. " The wedding march will lie the 11016, most often heard in days of lime." ELLEN MAY DAVIS College-Commercial Intended Vocation: Housewife Amiable, easy-going, friendly. Transferred from New Sharon High School: Basketball 1-2, Public Speaking 2, Class Ring Committee 2, Farmington High School: " High- lights" Staff 3, Girls' State Delegate 3, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Student Council 3, Minstrel Show 3, Onc- Act Play 3, Laurel Board 3-4, Club " 54 " 3-4, Public Speaking 3-4, Sen- ior Play Make-up 4, Oflice Girl 4, D..-LR. Candidate 4. " Anything worth having is worth waiting for." 5 ? VVILLIAM L.-XXVRENCE DIEI-IL "Bike" "Red " " XVillie " College Intended Vocation: College Noted for his red hair, blush, and ability with the drums. Football 2-3-4, Basketball 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4, Co-Captain 4, Band 2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4, Chorus 2, Class President 2-3, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Dance Band 2-3-4, Club "5-1" 2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Boston Post Music Festival 2, All-Maine Music Festival 3-4, Navy Band 3, Music King Candidate 3. " You should live to eat, rather than eat to live." MARILYN LEE FARRAR General Intended Vocation: Housewife A Brocton blonde, lots of fun, vivacious. Girls' Choir 3, Club '454" 3. " To live in the heart: you leave behind is not to die." IOSEPH ELMER FISH " Ioe " Industrial Intended Vocation: Army Has a great liking for the outdoors, has a good sense of humor. Skiing 1. " To do two thing: at once is to do neither." KENNETII LEROY FRENCH IR. " Ken " College Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided The great procrastinater. Asst. Manager for Football l, Base- ball 1. Track l, Student Council 3, President of Student Council 3, One- Act Play 1, Senior Play Cast 4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Minstrel Show 2, F.H.S. State Student Coun- cil Rcprcsentative 3, Club U54 " 2-3-4, Hand 2-3-4, Intramural Bas- ketball 1-2-3-4. "The future is hut what yon yonrfell make it." PHILLIP GEORGE GAGNE " Phil " " Zeke " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided A good sport, one of the New Vineyard "gang." Club " 54 " 2-3--4. "The man who graduate: today and :tops learning tomorrow is un- educated the day after." CARLISLE RICHARD GOODINE " Slim" " Gorgeous George " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Good-naturcd, big and jolly. "A friend ir easier lost, than found." HOWARD RALPH GREENE IR. " Greenie " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided "Greenie" always makes an effort to do his very best, a future " swabbief' "Never give up until you die." RICHARD LIEO GROVER " Lo " General Intended Vocation: Undecided Reserved, usually seen at the First National Store, Q-:Q 2 is if DONALD MILO HANEY " Don " Industrial Intended Vocation: Navy Usually seen with a certain blonde, good at track. Track 1-2-3-4, Football 1, Basket- ball 4, Fair Booth Z, Intramural Bas- ketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 3-4, Club U54 " 2, Receptionist 1. " You have not fulfilled every duty unless you have fulfilled that of being pleasant and cheerful." SHERIDAN WILLIAM HARGREAVES 'K Bill " Industrial Intended Vocation: Woodworking Our "A" shop student. Baseball 2-3-4, Intramural Basket- ball 1-2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Intramural Badminton 1-2- 3-4, Club "54" 2-3-4, Fair Booth 1-2-3-4. "Das ut te aceipere possum ex- perientia docet." CHARLES IAMES HARRIS " Charlie " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided A man of many interests, the least of these is school. CATHERINE CONSTANCE HISCOCK 4' CaPPY H Commercial Intended Vocation: Business College " Live wire" has a cute smile. Intramural Sports 2-3, Fair Booth 1-2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Club "5-l" 2-3-4, Girls' Choir 4, One- Act Play 3, Senior Play Cast 4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3. " The hlush is beautiful but some- times inconvenient." ELAINE ADA HOAR Industrial Intended Vocation: Housewife A willing worker. Newspaper Staff 1, Intramural Bas- ketball l-2-3-4, Intramural Softball 1-2-3-4, Club " 54 " 2-3, Oflice Girl 2-3-4, Intramural Field Hockey 3-4, Senior Tea Committee 3, lr. Sr. Prom Committee 3. " Beautiful faces are those that wear, It matters little if dark or fair- Wholesouled honesty p r i n t e d there." IOYCE LORETTA HOBBS H I0 H U losie " " Io-Io " " Hobbs " " Hobby " " Hobbyhorse " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Sportive, hot-tempered. Club H54 " 2-3-4, Girls' State, Field Hockey 1, Intramural Basketball 1-2- 3-4, Intramural Hockey I-2-3, Intra- mural Softball I-2-3, Blue Gt Grey Field Hockey 1-2-3, Blue St Grey Basketball 1-Z, Intramural Softball I-2-3, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3. "The truest end of life is the life' that never ends." BENIAMIN FRANKLIN I'-IOWVATT " Ben " " Benny " College Intended Vocation: U.S.A.F. and Barber Our TV star and class clown. Football I-2-3-4, Baseball 1, Basket- ball l-2-3, Basketball Manager 4, Club "54" 2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Fair Booth 1-2-3-4, Senior Play Cast 4, One-Act Play 3, Intramural Basketball 2-4, Intramural Volley- ball 4, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3. " Babies haz'en't any hair: Old men's heads are just as bare: Between the cradle and the grave, Lies a haircut and a shave." IUDITI-I LOUISE HOYVATT " Howie " " Iudy " College Intended Vocation: College Petit, lots of fun and pep. Vice President 1-2-3, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Captain 2-3, Dramatics 1, Newspaper Staff 2, Band 2-3-4, Girls' Choir 3-4, Mixed Choir 3-4, Club "5-l " 2-3-4, Ir. Sr. Prom Commit- tee 3, Maine All-State Festival 3-4, Music Queen Candidate 3, D.A.R. Candidate 4, Fair Booth I-2-3, Min- strel Show 2-3. " Qui non projicit, deheitf' " Who does not advance, falls be- hind." QP' Id X- S-if Rf 4 - l ff , ifo- n 45,3 if . 7 .s" - .4-,itll 'Nqr ' I.. 17 6 A MYRTLE HELEN HOYT " Mert " Commercial Intended Vocation: Business College Flirtatious blonde. Cheerleading 3-4, Club "54" 2-3, Minstrel Show 2-3, Office Girl. " Life is too short to mute loved ones' unhappine:.r." TERENCE ALLEN KEEF I' Terry " College Intended Vocation: College A gifted musician. Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Band 2-3-4, Club " 54" 2-3, Intramural Basketball 2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4, Dance Band 2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3, Baseball 2-3, Student Council I, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Boston Post Music Festival 2, Music King Candidate 3, Maine All-State Con- cert Fcstival 3, One-Act Play l. "An exaggeration ir a truth that has lost its temper." BETTY ELIZABETH LABREE " Bet " Commercial Intended Vocation: Undecided Small, dark and quiet. Newspaper Staff l, Fair Booth I-2, Club " 54 " 2-3, Ofhce Girl. ROGER LIZON LADD " Rug " Industrial Intended Vocation: Service "A man about town," usually seen driving his Ford. Football, Card Party Program, Sen- iur Play' tl. "Get all the joy you mn out of life, there is always time for :or- rout." WILLIAM ROSS MCCORMICK " Mac " " Rossie " College Intended Vocation: Undecided Mac has a lot of school spirit, always willing to help. Football Dance Committee I, Foot- ball I-2-3-4, Co-Captain 4, Basket- ball l-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Baseball l-2-3-4, Intramural Basketball 1, Intramural Volleyball 1-2, Student Council 2, One-Act Plays 1-3, Sen- ior Play Cast, Art 1, Laurel Board Staff 4, Club "54" 2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2, Ir. Sr. Prom Committee 3, Fair Booth 1-2-3-4, Band 2-3. " If you try hard enough, you ran get or do anything you want." AUTICE RUTH MOORE " Autie " Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Poised, good natured. Art 1-2-3, Intramural Basketball 3, Public Speaking 1, Maiorettc 2-3, Club " 54 " 2-3-4, Carnival Queen 2, Ollice Girl l-2, Fair Booth 4. "He is happy that thinks him- self so." ELIZABETH ANN OSBORNE " Lib " " Liz " College Intended Vocation: Undecided Our outstanding feminine athlete. Field Hockey I-2-3, Captain 4, Bas- ketball l-2-3, Captain 4, Softball 1-2-3, Captain 4, Intramural Hockey 3-4, Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-4, G. A.A. Committee 4, D.A.R. Repre- sentative 4, Club " 54 " 2-3-4. " When all else fails, try reading dirertion.r." QUINN L. PARKER College Intended Vocation: Army He has a subtle sense of humor. Senior Play Cast 4, laurel Board, Club "54" 2-3-4, Intramural Bas- ketball 2-3-4, Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4, Dramatics 2. "My ambition ir to be Caerar or nobody." S-A 1. fi' Nfl 413 99' BRENIDA ANN PERRY Bren Commercxal Intended Vocatxon Undeclded Usually laughlng lots of fun Intramural Sports I2 3 Faxr Booth Olhce Girl I 2 3 Club D4 Ir Sr Prom Commlttee 3 Student Lxbrarman 4 Iumor Play Cast 3 'Hake your speech better than .rzlenre or be nlent GLORIA LORRAINE PORTER Go go G o College Intended Yocatlon Eastern Nazerene College A mce person to know Gxrls Choxr 1 Softball I2 4 Intra mural Hockey 3 4 Intramural Bas ketball I2 3 4 Intramural Volley ball 2 3 4 Club 54 3 Offlce Gnrl 173 Class Treasurer 3 GAA Commlttee 4 Basketball 2 3 4 I haze hzd my lrfe rn Chris! LOLA RANDOLPH REDLEVSKE Randy Commerclal Intended Vocation Housewxfe A brt of temper but lots of fun Mayorette 12 Fxeld Hockey I Bas ketball I Intramural Sports 123 Freshman Play One Act Plays Gxrls Choir I4 Farr Booth I2 Brewer Muslc Fesnval I Club 54 2 3 Olhce Gxrl I Class Secretary There If nothzng more tragzc lzfe than the utter zmpombxlzty o undomg what 1: already done REGINA LEANESE ROBBINS Commerclal Intended Vocatnon Undecxded Usually seen wxth her pal Betty Club 54 23 Faxr Booth I When you cry you cry alone RONALD WORM 'XXI ROBBINS Professor General Intended Vocanon Undecided XI ho knows Professor may become a second Einstein' Semor Play Cast 4 Club 54 2 3 I-arr Booth 4 -Xudxo Vxsual A lrzend lf a person that walk: m when all the uorld uallq: out ANNE FRANCES SCHAFER Anme Annabelle College Intended Vocanon Undecided Quret the book worm of her class fransfcrred from Chicago Illlnoxs Art I 1 AA I Flcld Hockey I Farmington Hugh School Student Receptlomst 2 Class Rmg Commlt tee 2 Fair Booth 2 Art 2 Club 54 234 Ir Sr Prom Commit tee 3 Freld Hockey 3 Hlgh School H1 lxghts Edrtor 34 Class Night and Graduatxon Lsher 3 Glrls State Representatxye 3 Laurel Board 4 Semor Play Cast 4 Publnc Speakmg 4 Intramural Volleyball 4 Do unto others as you would ILDITH ANIN SOULE udy Susxe College Intended Vocatxon Nursery School Teacher Our actress of younger roles Fxeld Hockey 1 2 3 Gtrls and Mrxed Choxrs I 4 One Act Play Art I 2 3 4 Publrc Speakmg 2 3 4 Mmstrel Show Usher 2 Club 54 2 3 4 Farr Booth 12 3 4 News paper Staff 2 Intramural Volleyball Why he dzffzcult when uuth rx little more effort you ran be rm poxnble MARY ANNE TARBOX College Intended Vocauon College The two Marvanns are usually seen together petnte and pretty Club 54 23 4 Newspaper Staff 3 Laurel Board 1 Gxrlsx and Mxxed Choirs 4 One Act Plays I3 Semor Plav Cast 4 Mmstrel Show 3 Ir Sr Prom Commxttee 3 Class Rmg Commxttee 2 Carmval Queen Candx date 3 4 May I a :mall house and large garden have' And a few friend: and many book: both true 'LN . . . . I ,, ,, . .. ., , ' Y 7: 1 - ' . . , , I . ,, - ,, 2 3 - , .. ., 1 ' ' a ' Q v ' 1 . . , , . - . , . u ' , I u o ' - ,. , . .. - ., .. .. -1 vp rr I V. F r ' I A I ' , . - ' , I ' , 1. . . , ' . 2' ' Z . , . ' 1 I ' , , 9 3 ! . , . .. ,. 1 1 , ' ' -- I . . . , . . , - ' H " ' . . , . I . " ' ' 1 1 . . 3 . . - V - . , , , . . . , , - - . ' . , ,, V . . . . ',, . , A I , , , . U . H wlxh them to do unto you. V . ..I ,, .. - ., .. ,. ULOY, - - . . - . ' ' , A ' ' 1 9 ' ' ' y , - l-3, - - - , - - , ' ' ' , ' - ' n n 3 Y 9 ' ' u -v 1 - , . . y . . . , . f rn 'l-2. if . . . . . f ,, . . , . . ,, . I - H .., Wih , , . . .. ,, . . , A : , , Q , ! 'A I - I . ll !! ' I ' , . . f 1 ' . " ll ll I , , . .. . , , ,, , . vs' MARY.-NNN TARDY " Nan " " Tardy " College Intended Vocation: College Talented, an excellent artist. Art I-2-3-4, Dramatics l-2-3-4, Field Hockey l, Cheerleading I-2- 3-4, Basketball 2, Girls' Choir I-3-4, Mixed Choir 4, Club "5-I" 2-3-4, Minstrel Show 2-3 Jr. Sr. Prom Committee 3 Laurel Board 3 Intra- mural Basketball 4. When one door If flared another I uill fna' to haze open PHILLIP ARDIINE TRACY P i Industrial lntendedVocat1on Undecided A quiet person is always welcome The silence often of pure xnno renee persuade: when spealqzng az: IANETTE ALICE WALKER an Commercial Intended Vocation Sales Work Quiet a good commercial worker Newspaper Stall 3 Club 54 2 3 Mrs Bryants Secretary 4 Ollice Girl 4 Experzence 1: a hard feaeher She gn es the test first and the lesron aftevwurd MICHAYL VERNT WALSH Mike Bu Industrial Intended Vocation USMC Our future marine Ban I Ski Team 1234 Club 54 234 Senior Play Cast 4 Baseh1ll Manager 3 Sfrength he: not an delenre but In alflll' RAYMOND ARTHUR WEBBER " Web " " Hot-rod " " Ray " Industrial Intended Vocation: Navy Undisturbed, likable, friendly. Club U54 " 2-3-4, Art 2,-Baseball 4. " Experience ir knowing rx lol of things you :houJdn't da." ELNORA MAE WETMORE Norte College Intended Vocation FSTC Ollice Girl 2 3 4 Club 54 2 3 4 Senior Play Cast 4 Intramural Vol leyball 2 When all else fails try readmg dzrectzonr DONALD EDWIN WHITNEY Don Whip Lover Boy Industrial Intended Vocation US Army Don has two special interests Argu ing he also is a teller of tall ta es as etball l Cl b 54 Senior Play Cast 4 Intramural Bas ketball 12 3 4 Intramural Volley b 1 2 3 It 1: a rough road that lead: to the hezghts ol greatness MICHAEL WILLIS Mike College Intended Vocation Artist Newest member of our class, out standing art ability Senior Play Cast 4 Laurel Board 4 lore ronfidenee m yourself and all If los! 'Q 'fx ,Vai- I 'Y 4-If 14' l 2.40 'YWQY' 9,-Q. I -4 Q ? ,Q gnu Yll s 22. "'1' yn, I "4 V ai 1. to ff' ff 'N' X II I YL -'x Il 14 rf' Q- O 31 ll-wtf '57 41 gb 45 S i we ,f ron- '95 f5.,"" ik. 42 4 LM? H 36 363, ,ez P' SENIOR CLASS F1r:t row left to rzght Douglas Bron nrxgg judrth Howatt Lawrence Parent Lols Guest Edgar Davxs lane Qulmby Vern Brown Ioyce Welch Fred Pratt Gall Wescott Ioseph Flsh Ianlce Besaw Serond row Mary Ann Tardy Anne Schafer Fllen Dans Mxchael Wrllns Benjamxn Howatt Ronald Robbins Regma Robbms Elrzabcth LaBree Janette Walker Ross McCorm1ck Thnd row Mlchael Walsh Terence Keef Elnora Wetmore Marxlyn Farrar Catherme Hlscock Donald Haney Myrtle Hoyt Irene Cushman Ioyce Adams Mmnne Butterfield Fomfh row Wrllxam Dnehl Maryann Tarbox Sheridan I-Iargreayes Brenda Perry Phrlxp Gagne Lola Redlevske Donald Whrtney Autxce Moore Roger Ladd Elizabeth Osborne Glona Porter Frith row Howard Greene Elznne Hoar Shxrley Cook Ioyce Hobbs Charles I-Iarns Carlyle Goodme Leo Grower Raymond Webber Kenneth French Z' A -ssh. Q Nayb C-2' i BA BY PICTURE KEY Flrzabeth LaBree Ioyce Adams Douglas Brownngg Brenda Perry Frlgar Davrs Donald Haney Iudlth Howatt Flame Hoar X ern Brown Cl0Yl3 Porter Donald Whntney Catherme Hrscock Ianette Walker Ioyce Welch Anne Schafer kenneth French Ir Mary Anne Tarbox Charles I-Iarns Ronald Robbins Ioseph Flsh Shendan Hargreavu Lola Redlevske Ellzaeeth Osborne Iamc Bcsaw Ravmond Webber My rtle Hoyt Carlrsle Goodme Autlce Moore Mlchael Walsh Terence Keef Lawrence Parent Wulllam Diehl Ioyce Hobbs lane Quimby Irene Cushman Phxllp Gagne Maryann Tardy Iudnth Soule Bemamm Howatt Elnora Wetmore Howard Greene Fred Pratt Gall Westcott Marilyn Farrar X 5 J L 'I 1-' 1 l. Regina Robbins 13. Ross McCormick 25. Shirley Cook 37- Ellen Davis .' l4. , ' ' 26. ' '. 351. ' ' I5, 27. ' C 39. ' 16. zs, f 40. A' I7. . Zv, 3 41. . ' IR. ' , 50, ' ' 42. ' lo. . ' 3l. ' -li. ' I ' 211. , ' 32. . ' 44. . ' Zl. ' 33. 45. I 22. ' 34. 46. . ' 23. ' . ss, ' - - 47. ' I 2-I. 36. 48. v .Ax Ji' J.. I SENIOR ART STUDENTS Seated left to rzght Verne Brown Lawrence Parent, Maryann Tardy Mrchael Wrllrs T7 3 Q' X D A R CANDIDATES Front row left to nghf ludnh Howatt Lots Guest Elizabeth Osborne Bark row :fandmg Ellen Dans Mary Anne Tarbox ff s. vw s ' ' . . I VI gh! FARMINGTON BOYS STATE 1953 Let to rzglzt Wnllxam Dxehl Wxlfred Atwcll 'vs 43 FARMINGTON GIRLS STATE 1953 Left to ngbt Illlcn Dane Lon Guest Ircnc Cushman Anne Schafer , X If 'I Q N .1 g X 1 I Y J A I I . Q TQ ' ' I. I, Q-, -N f..tR.'.g A 1, X ',, 1 aw A li V NU' V if ' ' L :' ig: I V. ,, ,. '.0 gi, ,I J' "1 I --A -.5 ',- -.MT ' ZA I Q gl Q 5' ,fig 4 3, I . 'f 1' of I , 3? . ,' y I A Q I f ' I " ' , ' - gk f V7 V! ' V ,ru x: . ,, 5 ' ff2 'r 4. 0 0 , I x 2, I ' I "1 ' " , , Ml" 4, it SENIOR PLAY CAST Fxrsl row left fo right Anne Schafer Jane Quimby Mary Ann Tarbox Ioyce Welch Elnora Wetmore Douglas Brownngg Ianice Besaw Lawrence Parent Second row Ronald Robbins Michael Walsh Catherine Hiscock Ross McCormick Gail Wescott Benja mm Howatt Michael Willis Kenneth French Leo Grover Thnd row Verne Brown Fred Pratt Edgar Davis THE NIGHT OF IANUARY 16th The Senior Class presented the play, The Night of Ianuary 16th, to the public in the Farmington Commumty Center, December 19th The drama involved a court room scene in which a girl was being tried for murder The yury was selected from the audl ence to determine the verdict Karen Andre was found innocent after two days of trlal Cast Prison Matron Bailxff Kenneth French Lois Guest Iudge Heath District Attorney Flint His Secretary Clerk of the Court Defense Attorney Stevens Hrs Secretary Karen Andre Dr Kirkland Mrs Iohn I-Iutchms Homer Van Fleet Elmer Sweeney Nancy Lee Faulkner Magda Svenson Iohn Graham VVh1tfield Sigurd Iungqulst .....4.,...,.,...,............... ...,............... lane Chandler ..........,.......44................,...........,......... Larry Regan ..,..,..,...,........................,,.............,,,......, Roberta Van Rensselaer . Policeman ......... .,.........., ., Leo Grover Douglas Brownrxgg Catherine Hiscock Edgar Davis Lawrence Parent Gail Westcott Ianxce Besaw Verne Brown lane Qulmby Michael Willis Benjamin Howatt Mary Anne Tarbox Anne Schafer Quinn Parker Fred Pratt .. Elnora Wetmore .. Ross McCormick Ioyce Welch Michael Walsh Stage Technician ...,.,..,....,.....,................................ Ronald Robbins all NAME Donald Alexander Clyde Allen George Andrews George Beale Shrrley Benson Glorra Bergeron Bettre Black Allen Butterfield Anrta Butterfield Helen Clark Thomas Cochran Edrth Conle Davrd DeForest Paul DeStephano Beverly DeRoche Melvrn Dumeny Lors Farnngton Iolean Flrnt Phrlrp Folger Iohn Gay Olrve Grlbert Davrd Grant Iohn Guest Lourse Hall Brllrngs Hannaford Donald Hardy Roland Hargreaves Shrrley Hobbs Douglas Hodgkrns Rosalyn Howard Ieanette Hutchrns lean Iackson Garl Luce Raymond Luce Noreen McCormrck Anne Denrse McKenny Deborah Mallett Bertha Mason Donald Maxwell George Merchant Sandra Memll George Ann Moore Beverly Nres Dorothy Nottage Robert Ohver Kerth Parker Beverly Paul Ann Prllsbury Wrllram Pratt Ioann Racklrtfe Donald Robbrns Sayward Ross Robert Roux Donna Sargent Ieanette Smrth Drew Stearns Anrta Stewart Ethel Straw Mary lane Sturtevant lean Tnpp Scott Tolman Beverly Webber Gerald Webber Lucrus Webber Celra Welch Stanley Wheeler Stanley Whrttrer Bruce Wrng Ralph Wy man JUNIOR CLASS NICKNAME Donnre Cly dre Andrews Georgre Shrr G o et Alley Nrta Tommy Edre Dave ev Melvre Twrn Brud Goofus Dave Iohnny Lu u r Don Shrr Doug Rosre en Ieanne Ray Ne Ne Andy Debbre Don Georgre Sandy v Dot Peachre Park ev r r ody Don Krkre Bobble Sarge Smrtty Tommre Stewre Lu u Mary Trrppy Scottre Bev Geddy Luscrous Stan Stan Brucre Wyman WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF He decrded to take grrls out? Farms never exrsted? He drdnt hare anyone to bother? There weren t any grrls to tease? Bowdom were co-ed? e mowed out of Temple? e wasn t so jovral? Hrs blue eyes should turn brown? e drdn t lne on Chestervrlle Hrll? e hadnt made frrends so easrly? He drdnt have hrs truck? She drdnt wrrte notes? He drdnt haye a drmple? He drdn t haye red wayy harr? There werent any srdewalks rn West Farmrngton? There wasn t any shop? The Army came marclung home? Rodney had a crew cut? He drdnt have a Jeep to drrve around? He couldnt talk? There werent any horses? There werent any Globetrotters? Iohn Gay was not around to fool wrth? She drdn t blush? Dennrs wasn t around? He wasnt so quret? He wasn t so carefree? Her smrlrng face wasnt behrnd the counter rn Bartons? There werent any grrls or cars? There werent any srdewalks rn West Farmrngto The mall drdnt come through? Phrllrps Exeter drdn t have any vacatrons? There werent any Semor boys? He wasnt so shy? The T V receptron drdn t come rn good There weren t any teams to manage? She had to hurry? She drdnt have long red harr? There werent any Scrence books? He wasnt so quret? There wasnt a certarn guy named Ray? There weren t any Senror boys? She couldn t cheer? There weren t any summer vacatrons? There werent any Home Ec classes? There werent any cross country skrr to wax? Her blond harr should turn black? She couldn t play the vrolrn? Employ ment should termrnate? There wasnt any movre theater? There werent any Scrence books? He couldnt play the prano? There wasnt any Stanwood Park? She lost her sense of humor? There werent any boys around to Hrrt wrth? There wasn t any snow to skr on? e drdnt know how to wrrte? e couldn t grggle? e calmed down a lrttle? e drdnt know how to laug He drdnt have hrs pal Bruce? She drdnt have any freckles? He was rrght handed? He drdn t have hrs car? She drdnt fhck her eyelashes? He made norse? There werent any Semor grrls? There wasnt any Physrcs Class? Hc acted hrs age? ' at - In -' ' I .' " l " Sh " . UB ., sh . V - 1 ' rr ' n . , . q . .' D Sh ' ' ' . ' . Y I ' 'f. f ' ' . ' t v I HB u s , - I- ' 1 b A . alot. l I - A. l l A IK I 'ii w 1 ' . ' ' uB'Hu . , I IIROYII y I I - rr - In . . , . - rr - n . ' - ' ' n? ' ffl " ,, S . ' ' ' . - . Doris Kelley "Do-Do" There weren't any Senlor boys? I . rr - n 1 U H ' . . , . ' MBC I9 , . I - rr rv , ' I--s HB ,. . I - ..P-H.. , . . - - --B-un V - l - Il If ' f - 1 .. - .. Sh . , . U ar l u , A . U .. I ,. Sh . v .. v .. Sh - . U h? IUNIOR. CLASS Furl row left to ugh! Ildrth Conley Sayward Ross Gall Luce Robert Roux Iolean Flvnt Deborah Mallett Anne Demse McKenney Donald Alexander Anna Stewart Iohn Gay George Ann Moore Allen Butterfield Dons Kelley Donna Sargent Ieanette Hutchins Serond row Ioann Racklnfle Dorothy Nottage lean Tripp Ann Pxllsbury Beverly DeRoche Rosalyn Howard Helen Clark Lots Farrington Beverly Paul Iean Iackson Shtrley Benson Ieanette Smtth George Beale Sandra Merrnll Tlmd row Amta Butterfield Glorra Berge on Ethel Straw Oltve Gtlbert Bertha Mason Bettte Black Davtd DeForest Davxd Grant Phxlrp Folger Donald Maxwell George Andrews Robert Oltver Fourth row Celra Vvelch Mary Iant Sturtcvant Shrrley Hobbs Lourse Hall Beverly Webber Beverly Nhes Kelth Parker Scott Tolman Donald Robbms Thomas Cochran Stanley Whxttxer Gerald Webber Noreen McCorm1ck Fzfth row Donald Hardy Melvin Dumney Paul DeStephano Roland Hargreaves Raymond Luce, Stanley Wheeler Douglas Hodgltms Btllxngs Hannaford Wrlllam Pratt Drew Stearns, Bruce Wing George Merchant Iohn Guest . . 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' V , Y . , V l 1 ' 1 1 y 1 , . nl ll IN AME Frances Xkerlel Deanna Alexander Barbara Atwood Constance Barker Patrlcla Beal lean Benson Iacquellne Iiubler fCl'llll Hrlctlon Sturges Butler Ellene Caln Fdlth Campbell Doane Corson Charles Dayls Arthur DeRoclle Maxlnc Dl George Dumeny Flmon Dyer Doreen Dyke RlCllll'Il Farrar Plllllp larrlngton Syllla lfCllLI'lClx I an rt me Irench Allce I ronk Maureen Greene Phyllls Hackett Plllllll Hoar Ronald Hoar Iolln Holyatt lack Hoyt Bruce Iohnson Iohn Rershner Horace LaBree kenneth Llbby Kenneth Lambert Constance Luce Dalld Luce Marle MCCOTHWICR Wllfred 'v1cLcary Xelma Martln Ronald Mltchell Marlon Moody Dcnnls Plke K harles Plllsbury lolln Plll'sbUfX Marlene Porter Iacquellne Powers Vanora Poyyers Rosalle Rackllff Barbara Ranger Carol Reed acqucllnt Rlcllarcls C hlrlcs Rotlerlck ROClLI'lC Sargent Iulla Qeamon Donald Sealey Paullne Small XXIS glllllh Roger qlllllll Ronald Qfllllll Dyxltllt Starblrd lleltn Stutns Rodney Stuyart Sllltlra gllDCl16LlLl Rltll lrll ll10llll5NOl'l S ru I 10111 lson M lUlllXI 'I ultle I ll.!l'lLS lylltc lull I rank X llcs Thelforll X llcs Xrthur X oter lln1 XX elcll llcrbert Xork THE SOPHOMORE S REPORT YICRN XMI I- ran Dede Barb COHHIC RI Ieanle Iackle errl. iturg Marle Doanlc Cll"IfllC lv ac GCOYQIC Pee XX ee Dlck l I arry Rene P ll Ronnle ac ons Iohnnle Ren lxennle COHDIC Daxe Mac M1ICl1 Dennle Charlle Pl s NflIT1D11C Iackle Punky Barb lackle Clluckle Rod Roddle Qeamon Don Po y Ronnle Roc Sandy Dick Lharlle Rusty Ilussle BY WORD Q J Lets Stop ll You klll me iut lt u More fun that yy al 'lake lf easy CSllenceD He ' Yeah' Cce' Can you help me? Come back here' Tell me a lokc C et out of here' Oh Yeah' llc good 6 Olll to Stanllood Park' I ook a me fgllCI'lCCD 'QllCI'lCC, Xcall but toll Who? Really Sure Yeah but What' Whatcha want? Moy e, please What? Ugh repulslle Here' Fall lf lou need me Way off Hou golng Really 9 Yesa Dld you get your French done? Could you do ll thls nay? Iuh Nou look' lets get QOIDL Hello Iook at lS Stop lt' look out' XX hltcha dolng l uanta speak to ou ey for llealen s sake' llrrlli XX ll"lY XX IX yo Xeall XXL ll ee l llok out there' 7 ,' ' go . - l ox.- ' ' P Hi . , ! ' V " I ' o tl 2 1 1' l 1' . ' . A , .I ya 'll 1' t , - f ' 1- ' lll ' ' 1 -f A - sa? " f. A Y Ph'l . . y' I 'l ' GullX'l5 1 t Al ' - l lt 5. , l V-P ,' . 1 I . 1 ' lla A f .A 5 I lmlel 1 t ' t 'll . ' ' I. ,A . K .' ' Iv p ' ' , ll' . ' . ,', 'L ' ,. F , . V 5. ,ti l -F 1 it :lla ly 'll l. ' . P L V. ' 'l y'? 1' -, " 1' l- N ' l'll kill 5 ll! A 1 S "ull SOPHOMORE CLASS first :ow left to Hgh! Arthur DeRoche 'Ihelford Y nles Horace LaBrec Marlon Moody Phyllis Hackett Ronald Hoar Iran Benson lranccs Xlterlcy Carol Reed Phtltp Hoar Constance Luce Bruce johnson Maureen Green Ronald Mntchell Second row Daud Luce Barbara Atwood Iacquelme Powers Constance Barker Ttna Welch Velma Marttn Mus Smuh Rosalxe Raclthff Shuley 'Ihompson Paulnne Small Helen Stevens Etlene Cam Iuha Seamon Maxmc D1ll Thzfd row Patrlcna Beal Deanna Alexander Marne McCormick Marlene Porter Doreen Dyke Maudtst 'luttle Fdlth Campbell Sandra Stmchhcld Barbara Ranger Alxcc Fronk Iacqueltne Bubxcr Sylvia Frederxck Dwntht Starbtrd George Dumney Fourth row Richard Farrar Donald Seavey Elmon Dxer Kenneth Lxbby Arthur Voter Gerald Bragdon Phlltp 1-arnngton lack Hoyt Fzflh row Dtnms Pxke Iohn Pxllsbury Kenneth Lambert Rtchard Thompson Herbert York Iohn Howatt Sturges Butler Charles Tvutchell Rodney Stewart Ronald Smith Charles Pxllsbury Merton Grant Doane torson Lawrence French Roger Smtth SOPI-IOMORE REPORT In the year 1952 the class of 1956 entered Farmmgton Hugh School wtth seventy mne 19 students We held our class electtons, the results bemg Prestdent, Bruce Iohn son, Vrce Pres1dent, Iacquelme Bubler, Secretary, lean Benson, Treasurer, Denms Prke, Student Councnl, Charles Plllsbury Our blggest es ent of the year was the Freshman Receptron We also put on a play enutled Fen Per Cent Tommy and sponsored the Graduation Dance So ended our first year Its the month of September 1953, seventy two UZJ smllmg faces appeared for the first day of school As usual we elected our class officers They were Presndenti, Frances Akerley, V1cePres1dent, Carol Reed, Secretary, Iean Benson Treasurer, Ronald Hoar, Student Councxl, Bruce Iohnson and Phtltp Hoar Our only HCIIVIIY up to now 1S the Turkey Dance, a Thanltsgtvmg exe affalr, spon sored by the Sophomore class Charles Davls won the door prtze, a large turkey by Gerald Bragdon .' . -' - ' Y' ' v ' I ' ' 7 ' U 1 9 ! 5 1 1 4 5' I I 1.3 ' A ! Y D Y , . ' 1 . Q 3 I - 5 ' 7 U ! . ! 4 r I - I I 1 ! 9 Y Y . .,. 1 . . 1 ' : U , V , ', ' , ' ' I. I Y- 4 -A 3- Y 1 1 I Y 7 i 1' ' Y V 4 , Y 1. V Y Iohn Kershncr, Roderlc Sargent, Charles Davns, Wilfred McLeary, Charles Rodenck, Frank Vtles, . . ,. 1 .. I ' . , , , , , Y l Y. Y . . , . , , - 1 , y 3 ' I 3 ' , - ' 85 ' Q! ' , . Q . . v I- n 4 , . . . n . 3 . . . . ,, ,, r . . v . NAME Anne Adams Patncxa Allen Theo Ayertll Donald Ayer Dayxd Balser Carol Bell Bexerly Bcsaw Roberta Bruce FRESHMAN CLASS F1751 law let Io Hgh! Raehtl Iohnson Iloxtl Freneh Mary Fuut Roberta Bruce Lucllle Wlll13mS Lorrame Robbins, Brute Patterson Ixtthryn Strayy hh1lll1ITl Htscock Marcia Sayuard Norman Twltchell Suzanne Lute Fredcrltk Ross 'Ihco Merxll Marte lxcllcy Scfond mu Dlane Rxchard, ADII1 Smlth Rosemary Raclslltl lxelth Norton Iamcs Goodwln Rlchard Hargrelyes VI urttt Hardy lynn Hou ml r -Klan Ilobb Murntl xhhlfL Xxrgtma Thompson Mums Mttchcll l .1 lint H ycrly Bum Karol lic. Thndfouf Elxzabtth VS cleh lone Steuns Ralph Hopluns liuerlx Smlth Lmrtnce Grccmyood Chester Iaclsson Gerard Ingalls Eduardo lbartuen Martlu Imtoln Charlyne Paul, Maxme Mason Beyerly Robbms Ioanne Marquxs Marx Sue lxnlpontn Fourth row Martlxn Nottay.,c Rxehard Wyman Iuthth Sayuer Ierrx Oltyer Laurence Smxth Floyd Stesens Anne Adams Xhllxam Rounds VS cntlall Luce Geraltlmc Robbms Dal: Lomgs Lawrence Turner Charles Parlm fzlh ron Parland knoulcs Mark Haley Robert Nnhols 'Iheodorc lwnwmcl. Daud Balser Dennis Norton Sonya Pearson P.1trtt1.1 Xlltn Pntrxtu Xmtltrhotl Iltmor Osborne Fmma jane Pond Margaret Stott -Xd.1 Datgctt Iynnlon Cltrlt Donald Sptller Szrlh :ou Arthur Tracy Etlxyard lvixygutrt I ortlon Ruth Daxul lxnox Fxan Churthlll George Gxlbert Fred Jackson Ir Bruce Hrxlygklns Walter Ilxlor Iostph 1-rarx Colby Ruler Ronald Greenleaf, Leslte Rxchartlson Dale Rosenbergcr NICKNIAME Adams Pa Theo Don Bobby Ex an Churchxll Lyndon Clark Ada Daggett Ted Fenvucl, Ioseph Frary Lmdy Dragnet Teddte Professor FRESHMAN CLASS 'I HEME SONG Stranger rn Paradxsc Ill Always Loxc You Sxde by Stde Thats Amore Mother the Queen of My Heart Xhth a Song m My Heart 'Ienncsste Wrg VK alk Blue Moon Oh' Mxserable Loye Rxcochet Rags to Riches Donn by thc Rner Sxcle Beethoycn 9th Sym MOTTO Studxes frrst ahem Oh' Brother I-ortune ts blmd To make the worst worse Deeds not words lne and let llve VK hatexcr ts vsorth domg do well If Ftrst you dont succeed try agaxn Haye fun whtle you can Hare fun Malte the best better Do unto others as others do unto you Facta non yerba , f . , . - I . . 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V 1 Y V V , V r 1 ' 5 ' Y , V V ' V ' V ' I . . , 4 . . , ' NIAMI: Lloyd French George Gilbert lames Goodvvxn Dale Gomgs Ronald Greenleaf I a rrence Creenvvood Mary Guest Mark Haley Ruth Hall Maurice Hardy Richard Hargreaves William Hiscock Alan Hobbs Bruce Hodgkxns Ralph Hopkins Ivan Howard Eva Hoyt Eduardo Ibarguen Gerald Ingalls Chester jackson Fred Jackson Rachel Iohnson Gorden Keach Mane Kelley Mary Kllponen Earland Knowles David Knox Martha Lincoln Wendall Luce Suzanne Luce Edward Maguire Ioanne Marquis Maxine Mason Mavts Mitchell Robert Nichols Dennis Norton Keith Norton Marilyn Nottagc Ierry Oliver Eleanor Osborne Charles Parhn Bruce Patterson Charlyne Paul Sonya Pearson Emma Pond Rosemary Racklrff Diane Richard Leslie Richardson Beverly Roberts Geraldine Robbins Lorraine Robblns Dale Rosenberger Frederick Ross William Rounds Colby Ryder Iudlth Sawyer Marcia Sayward Anita Smith Beverly Smith Lawrenoe Smith Don lld Spiller Floyd Stevens Ioyce Stevens Kathryn Straw Walter Taylor Ir Yirgmra 'Ihompson Arthur Tracy Lawrence Turner Norman Twitchell Patricia VanDerhoff Elizabeth Welch Muriel Iean White Lucille Williams Richard XVvman NICKNAME Barnyard rm Rich Ron Larry Haley Rufus Rxch Bunky H0995 Iumor erry Chet Sonny Rae Sus or Marne Sukle oe Levi Marnie Wind Liggett Hopalong oe Blondie Mav Franklin Den Keiththe Ol wer Charlie Wmdy So Little Sunny m Rosle Greenday Less ev Gerry Snotty Crusher Freddie Swrll Cozy uc y a Smxlne ev Smitty Shorty oc okre Toddy Sonny Ginny rt Tow Head Twitch Patty Peanut Lanky Lulu Dlck THEME SONIC Always Late Ihe Song from Moulm Rouge Caribbean Ricochet Lov mg Spree Down Among the Shelterlng Palms Heart of My Heart Walkmg My Baby Back Home Dont Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes Slow Poke With a Song in My Heart You re Iust nn Love Thats Amore El Carparx Home on the Range You You You My Heart Cries for You Rags to Riches Ricochet Changing Partners Mule Tram Always Always Free Home Demonstration Ive Got the Love Bug Itch Down by the Rlver Side All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth Ebb Tide Rlcochet The Doll with the Sawdust Heart Rxcochet You You You Anytxme I Walk Alone You You You Dear Iohn Oh My Papa Tenderly Iust Another Polka You You You Secret Love Oh My Papa Changing Partners My Secret Love Rags to Riches You You You I Believe Oh My Papa Ive Forgot More Than Ever Know Rags to Riches Changing Partners Rags to Riches Bless This House Clarinet Polka Iet Me Be the One 'Iell Me Why Fandango Rtcochet Changing Partners Rags to Riches Amore Tnll Then Heart of My Heart Hey Ioe Rags to Rlches Hot rod Ford Hey Ioe Baby Face Oh My Papa You ll Love Me or Leave Me Alone You You You Heart of My Heart Baby Face MOTTO Better latc than never live and let live Deeds mot words Dont cross your bridges until you get to them Be prepared Deeds not words Silence is golden Everything that glitters isnt gold If at first you dont succeed try agam labor conquers all thmgs Watt and hope Everyone cant do everything Have fun while you can Keep going Practice what you preach Who does not advance falls behind The beaten path IS the safe one Better late than never In quietness and confidence ns peace Nlever copy another Make the best better You can t undo whats done If at first you dont succeed try try a am Better late than never See you soon Sports before school Deeds not words Remember me Time and a place for everything Have fun A penny earned is a penny saved Deeds not words Wear a smile through ram and snow Have fun while you can Always keep smtlmg Be happy and gay Make a friend always have a friend A friend in need 15 a friend indeed Make the best better Do unto others as they would do unto you Faith can move mountams Do unto others as they would do unto you Be good and youll be happy Experience IS the best teacher A penny saved is a penny earned Love conquers all people Good looks arent everything Have faith in others and they will have faith in you Dont give up Dont give up whenever the gomg gets difficult Have faith in your work Have fatth tn yourself as well as m others If at first you dont succeed try try agam In God we trust Nlever let a frown spoil your looks Be happy Alls well that ends vvell Have fun Have falth ln yourself L I E L' A' 4 A ' I I Al ' - ' ' ' ' ' . ,.' 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X 1' il, lf' 'O if Le 2 to rzghl Cualnl XX cbbcr Guorgc Mrfrclmnt Paul IJc5tcphano Rumoml Luce Donald Hardx M Mxluhcll Inbtrugtur Roland l11fg1'C2lXL5 Mclun Dumgnx Ilunald Xlcxanzlcr llmrnas Cochran Cn.or1,c. Baal LABOR ATORY EXPERIMENT Left to flghl Anita Stewart and Sayward Ross l ' b 5 b . . - V n J' ll. H3 ' T. ll , ' IQ. 1 -' ab. INDUSTRIAL ARTS GROUP I Af f I ' Y 7 ' V L V ' 1 , L' , is I' BOHS PHXSIC XL EDLC-XTION GROUP fun :ou Id! la Hgh! Gerald Vkcbbcr Lharlcs Pxllsburx Laureme French .Snond mu Donald wcmcx Hubert Mark Iuhn Gay Bruce Iohnson KIRIN PIIXSIL XI IIJLL XIION GROLP fl n 1 K Jnlmu m I k Q IYW J 1 I 1, N11rx.1nn I1 Y . Y - . , , L ,. Y, , , .y , ., . . Q Q' 1 - 'Q ' 1. 'V .' ' ' IHS! ru ', ftfl to Vlbkff l,I1l.lbLIl1 i,Nwrm'. lil uf. XYCIZIM-rc. Nefwrrfi mum' Lmcm- Wdlku. Illen lun, tml XX!-Xwlx. Imfxth Iiynmtr. j.1Qqm-I1m- Ilulvicr. Mary .Xnnc 'I-.lI'lTUX. Ohm- Unfiwcrt. Llmrl Ru 1. Tlx' ' Ire ' CL1fhr11.1n. -'jvc W hh. Ii. 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Martla Sausard Mary Sue K11 ponen Theo Axenll Fomzh :ow Allce Fronk Barbara Ranger Buerlx Paul Fredcrxck Ross Iane Quxmby Ethel Straw, lxathrsn Straw Anna Stewart Slandmg loan Benson Douglas Hutltktnb Vhllxam Drehl Deborah Mallttt Carol Reed Sayward Rpss 'Y MIRED CHOIR Furl low left to ugh! Mary Guest Ioannc Marqums Celra Welch Beycrly Roberts Noreen MCCOfm1Ck Theo Ayenll Martha Lxncoln Iyan Howard Ir Dcnms Norton Bruce Patterson Ronald Greenleaf Lyndon Clark Sturges Butler Second raw Dclworah Mallctt Sonya Pearson Icanettc Smnth Bettle Black Iean Benson Ada Daggett Drane RlChZll'1lS Margaret Scott Manlyn Nottagbe Marx Sue lxrlponcn Iudrth Sawyer Mane Kelley Lola Redleyske Leslxe Rwchxrdson Lloyd French Lan rcnce French Ioseph Frary Third low Rosalle Rackllff Elrzabeth Welch Anne Dcmse 'viclxenney Iudath Howatt Rosalyn Howard Ioann Rackllff Exlccn Cam Gaul Vlescutt Mary Anne Tarbox lane Qulmby Maryann Tardy Dorothy Nlottagc Lors Guest Joyce Welch Iulna Seamon Exan Churchill Bruce Hodgkms Gerald Bragdon Charles Twrtchell 'TT' 4 I 4 vu." L 5 GIRLS CHOIR Fnft :ou Irft I0 nah! 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I.l11.1 5 ' 'l , lic ,xl , Yllxkf . -XILSIXII I-ISIIX XI CR LP Smfcd left Io 115111 ant Ouinilvx ltit Str xx Nitric XlcC,u1'I11lcls Ixuline Small Illccn Cain Atce Pronls 'inn Pillsburx Xniti Stcxxart Noreen Nittornutlt Lcslit Richardson Sturges Butler V51 iam Diehl Xxllllllli Rounds Smzzdzfzg Xnnc Ilcnisc Nltlxcnncx utlith Iloxxaxt Sxlxia I-rexltritlt Deborah Mxllett lean Benson bcrxltl l5r1g.,tlon Bruce Patttrson MAINE ALL-STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL The second annual Nfaine Xll btite Nlusic Festixal xx as held at Xugusm from April sexenth to the tenth There xx ere txxenty one students xx ho represented Farmington High School 'Nine ot these xxere in chorus, sexen in orchestra and fixe in band Our arrixal XVednescl1y PNI xxas folloxxed by 1 group meeting Rehearsals started the folloxxing day and for the next texx days xye rehearsed morning, atternoon and exenlng xxlth a Hnal rehearsal Saturday morning, In the afternoon on Saturday vxe gaxe a matinee perform ance and our second performance was gix en Saturday night Miss Perkins spent considerable time xxith us preparing our music VVh1le we were in -Xugusta, Nhss Perkins serxed on the orchestra committee and xxas in charge of the sectional rehearsals tor xiolas and eellos VVe xx ish to express our appreciation to the Farmington High School administration and to Miss Iola Perkins for having made possible this great honor and opportunity. Sty' T Jul LAUREL BOARD ,gwvhil T1 51 1011 IF1 In Ilgllf 111111 Bumx Clll luu Domthx 'No1t.15.,e -Xnm Schxfcr Fllcn Dans Iolean :fond 1011 Russ Liilfllllkl Llmul V1 1s L I TL I Ioulsc Il1ll Ilnllp I11lg,Lr Gcra Bragdun ll1lllHj.,S Il Illllfllfll Duu lls lir1m11r11,L mqwh Irarx Sturges Butler 1911115 kclley Glona Bergeron Anna Butlcrhulcl R.o5.1lxn Howard Q7 5:21 NFXX QP XVI R SI AH: 1 1115 rt 11 ll, 1 Xnm 'ighxlnr Clwrgn bm mr 81111111115 Xl ll I nlvlws 1 1 L 1 II11r.1LL LJ ren 3, H' 1 1,-,,. ,.. ' ,,.,.A,.'--'--"' I W' - . 1 S 4 f . A , . , V V 1 .V 11 51 N Lt 1 , - ' , . 1 , I 1 1 '- - - - ' I ' 0 V , . b X Q . , N s ' 1 W , . 1. 1 --fr.-5. -1 Lf ' , Y . M' " ' .. 5 I W ' nf A -viz-K.. -4, M,,,..... J 1 S QI. .Q ,I X Sk, : 1, ll' 4 -.y 1, A' .Y, A 1 L , .H J, Iflmr, Ann l'1llsl111ry, 1.1115 Guest. S ' ' 1: ,. MC "Q, M11 1- "ll'., l.41wru11'11 K1 'n, - '. 1 , ' N 3 11, ld 1 , V 1. 1: .4 . gg. 1 k141,I.- 5 Q, ' 1' , " ' ', ,A . 7 , 1. ,. i Q ' S 1 . 'Z 0 .. . ' K 'Q 1 KJ " , l l :., 1? .Sa ' 1 .A 1 A I X '-' Q F .LZ If 41 XII' 11, If 1 -1111: I-Mplr l'L1.lI'l. . - 5 17. R' 1' "ll ' I. fr '1:.1.1 l ,I.111x-ll.ll, 'B '. 1 v SQ fb Jl I :FUN GJ SLT L 'lf 4 H 'l'17'l4iQ'l' I M- 74553 sl.-ss W v We-sf -. w.-aww, is 'sffi FOOTBALL First raw left to right Verne Brown William Diehl Beniamin Howatt Donald Alexander Co-Capt Ross McCormick Co Capt Edgar Davis Lawrence Parent Robert Roux George Beal Frederick Pratt. Second row Rodney Stewart Bruce Iohnson Iohn Howatt Iohn Kershner Stanley Whittier Donald Seavey Iohn Cay Leslie Richardson Robert Oliver Tlurd row Coach Howard Crozier Theodore Fenwick Donald Sprller Frederick Iackson Norman Twltchell lames Goodwin Edward Maguire Colby Ryder Richard Thompson Asst Coach Gordon Anderson Fourth row Asst. Mgr Allen H :bbs lucius Webber Dennis Nlorton Bruce Patterson Keith Norton William Rounds Ivan Howard Dennis Pike Mgr FOOTBALL All football candidates were called out on August 24 1933 Approximately 40 mem bers reported The boys practiced from 6 oclock at night for two weeks before school started to be ready for the early season games Time was so short before the opening game that many positions were not filled with definite players Consequently the team was a little shaky for the Hrst game On September 12 the team went to Greenville and suffered their first defeat Although showing signs of many good prospects the team was unexperienced and young Through hard practices the positions were being filled with promising players On September 25 a much improved Greyhound team met a tough Mexico team who were determmed to ramp over the Hounds The boys played a hard game and held Mexico to 6 points Being able to cross the goal themselves, the Hounds tied the game 6 to 6 For the rest of the game, Mexico was unable to penetrate the strong defense The game was saved for Mexico by the clock when the Greys fast offense pushed them back to within a few yards of the goal and time gave out Except for the state championship team, Iay, the Greyhounds had no trouble chalkmg up victories all the remainder of the season The boys ended with a successful season with a 13 to 0 ramp over Wilton Academy The scores of games were as follows: Farmington 25 Farmington 0 Greenville 12 Farmington 13 6 Mexico 6 Farmington 20 Winthrop 13 lay 38 Bridgton 7 Lisbon 0 Wilton 0 Farmington Farmington 20 Williams 0 Farmington 15 Farmington 32 Livermore 7 Farmington 13 VARSITY FIELD HOClxEY Left to nght Dorothy Nlottage Manager Suzanne Luce Deanna Alexander Carol Reed Marcia Say ward Deborah Mallett Mary lane Sturtcxant Miss Roberts Coach Elizabeth Osborne Captain Ioyce Welch Iolean Flint Martha Lincoln lfleanor Osborne Marie McCormick Noreen McCormick Anne Denise McKenney Manager FIELD HOCKEY Many of the students saw F H S down Wilton with a score of 3 l tor the First home game of the season F I-I S took their second victory oxer Wilton 1 0 and lvlarie McCor mick scored the winning goal The two final wins oxer Cony 2 1 and M Cl 5 l made the girls a xery proud team, for xt was the first undefeated season for F H S Captain Elizabeth Osborne was presented a pin for her leadership through the season Noreen McCormick and Iolean Flint were elected co-captains for the next year The team will lose only two seniors Ioycc Welch and Elizabeth Osborne, who with the Hne coaching of Miss Roberts, have done some excellent playing C The F.H.S. Field Hockey girls started off their season with a 4-0 win over Kents Hill. o- X XRSIIX CHEERLEADERS Le! Io rlght Iud Hou itt Head Lheerlcadcr N :reen Nleformiclt licverlx 'Nies Mvrtle Hovt Ieanette Smith Frances Akcrlu Iolcan Flint 'viarvann Flardx CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders have had 1 very active year. YVe increased our number by tvvo, which gave us eight regular members. Vle have enjoyed the rallies and tournaments. We believe that school spirit is unusually high this vear. Q I -1321? l A VARSITY BOYS BASKLTBAIL Le I lo nght Robert R ux William Diehl Ross McCormick Stanley Whittier Donald Alexander Rod ney Stewart Ronald Hoar Edgar Davis Captain Fred Pratt Philip Hoar Knulmg Benyamin Howatt Manager Mr Cr ner Coach Y-Q Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington BASKETBALL Coach Howard Crozier Manager Benjamin I-Iowatt Madison Lisbon a Greenville Alumni Phillips Wilton Lnermore Leax itt Farmington Farmington Farmington 'Farmington 'Farmington 'Farmington Farmington 'Farmington 'Farmington 'Farmington Asterislss indicate tournament games Wilton Livermore Lisbon Kingfield Phillips Stratton Madison Livermore Mechanic Falls 35' The Farmington Greyhounds season s record indicates 5 wins and ll losses in addr tion the consolation trophy was acquired in the Franklin County Tournament Captain Edgar was awarded a trophy by his teammates for his leadership and team spirit i .: on ,. .YA ...Y YV y ' 1 45 ' 65 ' 35 ' ' 63 ' 52 0 44 ' ' 42 I y 46 ' 52 ' Farmington 67 Phillips 56 Farmington 58 Leavitt ' 56 ' 81 ' ' ' 45 ' ' 57 ' 67 ' 64 ' ' ' 51 ' ' 33 ' 57 ' 48 ' 62 ' 49 ' ' 42 Iay 48 ' 52 ' ' ' 48 ' ' 65 ' 31 ' i 67 " 49 1 32 I nqq NS JLNIOR X XRSIIY IMQRETISXII ,xt row Ir I Io II hz fLf1I ur I mnmg Inna Xnond :ou Durmhl SL xu I LQ U w L url s I1 slu liumrt Eur Tmd mu Nir hmgrx Lmch KJ rlld Iirl ml n Jwhn bucxt Robert Ollur N11n1g.,4r jmmph l'r.1rx tv 15038 IRI SHN1XN H XSINI IH-XI L fn!! rou fu 11601 Ix lhunnll u .n mn X n mx lk Kap! Ixndon C r LL5 xc Ruhudwn hand lou Ni m L Lx un w 1 HI liruu Iludg, IDN x xx JI N1 mx nn! mu XX mm su. rx fu n 1 4x k N ll, lr Lhmylf Ink n Iirmc Ialtux GIRIQ X ARQIIW BASRPTBXLI Ixnerlzrzb Icfl 10 115111 Xnnt Demse Nitlxennex Manager Lourse Hall Nlanager Mtzndzrzg Noreen x1CcPfll1lLle Iltanor Osborne Deanna Xlexmtler lore l.1rr1ng.,ton Rnberta Bruce Mm Rnberts Crneh Nltrx ane Sturtuant Clor1aPurttr Deborah Mwllett lane Quxmbx I'l17abeth Obbornc Laptarn GIRLS BASKETBALL The gurls basltetbtll squad xx orlted xerx hard thrs year lloxxextr they xxere handr capped by lult of herhht The1r season xx as not too sutcesstul The retord mdrcates one xxm is opposed bv fixe losses The fue freshman gjrrls added strength to the team and xxrth addrtxonal experrencc shoxx definlte promrse ot IINPTOXIUB the basketball tortunes for 'mother year Lmeup Ehzabcth Osborne 'Noreen 'xIcCorm1ck Iane Qurmby Deanna Alexander Glona Porter F A G Roberta Bruce Nlary Iane Sturtex ant C 8. F Eleanor Osborne Deborah Nfiallett Anne Demse NIcKenney Mgr LOIS Nfarre Farnngton Lourse Hall, Mgr " Vf, 5 Q ' A . . 'Y 1 A. ,.f rf. 1: A 1 . ,4 ", Ll . -, ,- -, . . 4' r , ' t g . 1 1, z . a QI .D ' ', . ,' A jg af , . 9 ,' ' - L , Y -. V tv ' ,K l , V ,. , . ', t. 't" A -Y . I . 1 ' ' l . ' I I ll 1 'l l -FF .1 .t Y. A Q '. .. 7 . ' l ' I l ll Y 1 . . A 1. 1 ' F ix G N . ' F ' F ' F N - , G - ' 2 - F . G ' 4 , . . A . . G . 8 1 4 'gif erm qu Ji ILYIOII Y XRQIIX IIIIIJ IIOC IxIY IXIIFFIIUL Icj! fo llsllf Nlxr 1 NI mlx I lIl'Ikll liul Imlnh Cunlu RUIWLIII Ilrule P.lLll1l'lC Small Bex ulx I mul hm lun JD mule Smuh Xllu In nk Ixequelmne Iiuluer Charlyne Paul Patrmcux A len Amtl llumrllnlml Sfllldlflg Dorothx Nuttage Nfanuhcr Cmeh Roberts Anne Demse Melxenncx Manager "WMM ww? IX lb ' 1 C IRIS ILNIOR N XRQITH BXSRETB-XLL lxnn-1111 1:1 IJ nb!! Sxlxu Imleml. N1,1n,1I,f.r Kline 'Vid ormnck Nlanaber enfrz Lux Cunt :pun N xx w N lu XX Xfgmlgn Llmrlync Paul KILL r nl. N1 rin Ium ,ln Immttp Smxth laulme Small Nlarlcne Porter unsmme Iuu. If YAJIIX Xml Suxxm lluerlx I.1ul l,.lll'lxl3 Bell Iluerly We er Nlarxfn Nlumlx I1-:run IDN c '41 5 SKI 'ITAM l'1z.rt row Ief! to right Saxward Ross Co Captains Drew Stearns and Philip Folger Ronald Smith Bruce Wing Sr ond row Charles Dans Cerard Ingalls Ixeitl- Parker Norman Twxtchell Frederick Ross William Rounds Richard Gould Coach ei? SKI TEAM The ski team has had a very successful year under the direction of Coach Richard Gould. The team will be stronger next year, due to the strength displayed on the part of the Freshman members of the squad. The scores of the meets are listed below. Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington lst lst 4th 3rd 3rd Sth 7th Kents Hill Farmington Winter Carnival Edward Little Winter Carnival Rumford Winter Carnival State Meet at Edward Little New England Meet at Lyndonville, Eastern Meet at Gould Academy Vermont 1. K X J Q XRNIX Xl OLI I NT XNTI3 XTTINID-XNITS Ift fo urhf 'vigrx Anne ldrlmx lnlun Ilrnr Comranu. Luge Sonja Pearson if rs 5, li avr' vi" X X1 .P r 81.1 X X Q avig QIRIS 9011! XLL C1930 I' If :ou lei lu uhh! Nm-Ln NicLurnml. Patrmn Heal Hnlcn Osborne hllzabelh Oxbornc Mane Nhfurnmk Xnnm mu C D111 Rrlurx Nanu Wills Ulu lmnlx Nia K mlx I hal Strm lk.1nn.1 Xluxmhr Xnn Inllsburx Annn Ikmsc Vldxcnncy Manager rx lane Slurluant Icancllc Smith S ITICX x K A ' 4 A' 'Vi ' Y, 3 is rr ?'f 'wi 5 A 4 M V is 3 .1 : x, 1 . A ' N' n, ' . 0 9 1 ' .1 5 A ' . n ,- . E , , N 4 , W , -f Q' . 5, , ' rl, H Y .. xl V . u V. .N V 1,,.. , ,Q , ur L F' '- ' , - r' ! -, A JL I ' ' X 1 - Qi' """.'Tf -'. fr . I. A. 5- - 5 4. -ws 4 ,' O . X .-fag? 7155-, '.,1,.b45,f wiht my w - ' --m' .- ' ' -A, . -x -y . , . . 4. . , 5 .- Q ' gv ' - INN. . U xl. V. P ' . fd- ff .H. . ,' ., -. .Q . A x 4 . Y .. t 3- . F V A ' I I' 2r.c r 'I r- 3 ',. j -' , ', h' I' Ir ', im r Q . '. -' ,A '. 4 " . j: ' ' . . 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FQ:- 0' ml 'IRACR f19D3j F1151 :ow left to ugh! l-recl Pratt Ross Mcbormiclt Donald Haney Lawrence Ellis Roderic Dyer krnnld Altcrlex Douglas Brownrigg Iames Dans Second now Wilfred McLean Mana er jonathan Luce kenneth French Bruce Wing Stewart Good um Vern Brown Robert Coding Donald Robbins Coach Gray Tlmd ww Scott Tolman Sturges Butler Dmald Whitncx Lharles Twitchell Philip Farrington kenneth Libbx F REVIEW OF TRACK SEASON The Greyhound track team met early in thc spring at the gymnasium for its first practice sessions The Freshmen vw ere well represented with many members taking part Some of them did as xx ell as the xeterans Under the instruction of their new coach, Elwood Gray, they began to learn all the ins and outs of track As soon as the track was dry after the win ter s snows the team got under full stride at the Hippach Field The Greys started their season by being host to Could Academy Bruce Wing won the ,Q mile Farmington lost to Gould 9 52 The Franklin County Meet was held at Wilton strong Hrst place It was the ninth consecutive time the Greys haxe won this event Donald Haney set a new pole xault record at 10 10 A Tri meet was held at Rumford with Rumford Farmington, and Mexico partici 73 points Rumford 49 points Farmington won the meet in a pating The score Farmington 18 points, Mexico On May 16th a group attended the Bates Relay at Lewiston Those participating were Roderic Dyer Donald Haney Lawrence Ellis, Arnold Akerley Ionathan Luce, Douglas Brownrigg Richard Huart Vern Brown Fred Pratt, Bruce Wing, Stewart Goodwin, and Sturges Butler. Farmington won fifth place The season wound up on Iune 6th when our members joined the more than 500 Maine high school athletes ww ho entered the annual State Interscholastic Track and Field Championships at Colby College. Roderic Dyer, Lawrence Ellis Arnold Akerley Richard Huart, Iames Davis, Stewart Goodwin, and Robert Goding, who all did a swell job for the team, are going to be missed a lot this coming year. We wish them luck in everything they do in the future. Ionathan Luce, a fine Freshman member, will also be missed when he leaves us for Kents Hill. '91 L-2 In Fu BASEBALL First row Ich to rzght Philip Hoar Arthur Tyler Gearry Rianger Alden Small Roger Parlin Charles Pillsbury Second row Coach Howard Crozier Edgar Dans William Diehl Stanley Whittier Robert Roux, Ross McCormick Manager Michael Walsh BASEBALL 119531 Farmington Highs baseball season shows six wins and four losses for the seasons ten games Seven different schools were played Approximately thirty Fne boys were out for the sport thirteen dressed for the games Outstanding players for the season were Edgar Davis Robert Roux, Arthur Tyler, Gerald Webber as pitchers Philip Hoar and Wilfred Atwell as First basemen, Stanley Whittier and Rodney Stewart as second basemen William Diehl at third with Edgar Davis and Rodney Stewart as short stops The season s scores are as follows Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Phillips Wilton a Livermore Falls Wilton X ' " Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington L Livermore Falls a Phillips Bingham Norway n if ' Z ,QA ' psi I - -I M THE HAUNTED FORTUNE So that was where she was to go to Aunt Lees Gerry has just left the lawyers office and was walklng slowly back to the apartment xx here she had lned w1th her wrdowed mother untll she dled three weeks ago Her mmd went back to the day her mother had dxed She had loxed her mother but had not been as close to her as she mlght have been Her mother had worked tn a two-b1t restaurant on one of the back streets 1n the cxty stnce Gerry s father dled Gerry drd not see much of her only m the mormng before she left for work She had reached the apartment house and entered the famxllar dmgy lookmg hallway As she clnmbed the worn stalrs she realized she was glad to get out of thus the dlrty butldlngs and streets the shoutmg of chlldren racmg about the alleyways cats lytng ln the garbage cans that httered the streets She gathered up the few belongmgs that she had gotten ready the mght before She was to take the hte th1rty tram mto Wallburg and there her aunt would p1ck her up Wlth these plans 1n her mmd she shut the door behmd her The tra1n whlstle was blowmg Gerry roused up from her seat Guess I dozed off This must be Wall burg she thought A few m1nutes later she was standlng on the statton platform peermg out 1nto the seml darkness I wonder what Aunt Lee IS luke she thought She has to be better than Uncle joseph whatexer she 15 luke Gerry had nexer hked Uncle Ioseph She had seen htm only a few txmes when she was small but he was always sly lookmg sneermg at exery one She was absorbed m her thoughts when a ramshackle old truck pulled up tn front She could make out a man dm mg and as the truck came to a halt he leaned out the wmdow and called to her Are you Mxss Geraldme Thorn? he rn quxred He looked about forty Gerry guessed Hts hatr hung down on the back of h1s neck and he looked at her from under bushy eye brows Why yes she sand hesltantly Im the gardener over at H111 Crest he sud smoothly Mxss Lee sent me oxer to get you smce she wont be able to make xt Come on Hop 1n Gerry picked up her bag and got m She dndnt luke the looks of thls smooth talking gardener but maybe she was mtstaken H mtght not be as bad as he seemed They rode a ways tn sxlence and then the man spoke Hear you re gomg to lne wxth Mxss Lee from now on Gerry nodded My names Gerald Snmon Gerald Every one calls me Sy I work at the place next to VVh1sperwood Thats Mnss Lees place you know I suppose you xe heard the rumors Mtss he sand casually Why n she spoke for the first tlme What rumors? Some say Whxsperwood IS haunted then he grrnned a toothless grm Course I dont behexe that kxnd of humbug but theres those that do What makes them thmk 1ts haunted? Gerry asked curnously They hear strange sounds luke a cat wallmg exery moonltght nxght Some say the old Peters fortune IS guarded by a cat he replied What nonsense Gerry sald mdxgnantly but a chlll went through her I dldnt know C' ramp Peters had a fortune I always heard he dted poor Yes thats what everyone thought at the thmkmg wondermg about the way he always lned lxke a poor man but worked every day m hrs l1fe and they came to the conclusion that he must haxe had some money when he dxed Sy explamed at he rounded a corner nn the dnrt road Here we are he announced They started up the drxve leadmg to the old house on the hull Gerry gazed at the old burld mg badly rn need of reparr The truck came to a stop at the front door Can you make nt? Sy asked She nodded Guess I better be headmg along he saxd e Bye and thanks she saxd headmg for the house Iust then the door opened and an old lady stepped out Her whlte halr was pmned ln a bun at the back of her neck and she was wear mg a clean red and whxte gmgham check dress Her features were well shaped and Gerry thought she must have been pretty when she was younger Hello my dear Youre Gerry I suppose Come tn You must be hungry She followed her aunt msxde the dismal old house to the kntchen The kxtchen wasnt so bad xt was warm and cozy After she had t ken off her coat her aunt made hot cocoa and Exed sandwrches She brought out a freshly , ' . e 7 , Cl Y H ' V l Y 'W ' 7 , , ,, V ' . ' ' u a ' . A . ' ' . . . ' , , , ' 9 v 7 , V . , . ,, . . , I ' ' sc an . 9 O, r a V . . . , , . l H n , . . U . D M , a ' I ' ' u 9 . Y . , . . 1 I , Y! 5 ' ' . . . . U Q A , U K Y . , . . . D ' I ' l ll 1 a u 1 1 V J ' ' . - . ' 9 ' n - . , , , I st Y 9, ' ' ' 4 7 K 'y . ' u - 9 . . , v . . . U , . Q n , and went OUI 1I1I0 the C001 Cvffllllg Hlf- trme of h1s death but afterwards they got to , . , . .. . . - . . . ,, Y . ,, 9 ' , IK . 37 . , . U . . ,, . . 3 Cl ' ' . . ,, . . . V . I l ' ' If ' ,Y - , , V 56 ' Q, ' . , . ' lf Y! By . ' ll 7, ' ' ' 9 tt . ' - 11 - . - , . f , ' . th !7 ' ' LL I Q , , . , . . Al 9 ' 77 ' If , . . Y . ' , . . . , . ,, . . . . , . ' ' . a made lemon pne and set nt on the table and they sat down to eat I has ern t got much of a supper to gnve you Aunt Lee apolognzed but I havent been able to get to town lately and I haven t got much to ea Thats all rxght Thns tastes good Gerry sand hungrnly munchnng a ham sandwnch They sat and talked a long trme when Aunt Lee sand she was tnred and was goxng to bed Ill show you your room I hope you don t mnnd sleepnng upstanrs Aunt Lee remarked Oh Im tnred enough to sleep any xx here Gerry yawned They had reached the top of the stanrs and Aunt Lee opened the door nnto a lnttle room under the eaves on the east snde of the house There was a full moon and nt shone nn the wmdow floodnng the room wnth lnght I guess you wont need a lnght tonnght Aunt Lee sand settnng the onl lamp down on the stand I sleep nn the lnttle room off the kntchen nf you want me Well good nnght Nnght She closed the door and Gerry could hear her gonng down the creaky stanrway She looked plenty of room for the small bed the bureau an old fashnoned washstand and two chairs She undressed nn the moonlnght and crawled nnto bed She lay for a whnle thnnknng about Aunt Lee and thns old house whnch was to be her home now But soon she dropped off to sleep About mndnnght she woke up The moon was brnght and full overhead Then she heard the sound that had awakened her It was the long mournful watl of a cat She lay as nf frozen Then she remembered what Snmon Gerald had sand They hear strange sounds lnke a cat every moonlnght nnght She wanted tense and frnghtened but she dnd not hear nt agam Probably lust the wnnd she assured herself The next day was brxght and sunny Gerry helped her aunt pnck up and wash the dnshes Then she went outdoors and wandered about the grounds When she got back there was a truck parked out front It was Sy Gerald s When she entered the house her aunt was talknng wnth Sy Hello there he sand when she came nn Ive just been tellnng your aunt that my brother wants to buy her place Buy nt? Gerry asked surprnsed Yes I got a letter from hnm thns mornnng and he wants me to buy nt for hrm so that he can mote nn a month from now Sy replned He s retnred and xx ants a place away from the lnfe hes used to Hes wnllnng to pay 51900 fo rt And he added thats more than you d get from anyone else Im sorry but I dont mtend to sell Aunt I ee sand Sys face got red but he reganned hns com posure and got up All rnght Mnss Lee If you change your mnnd let me know He went out and they could hear hnm start the truck and leave Well' Gerry exclanmed I cant understand what anyone would want wnth thns place Aunt Lee snghed Maybe though nt would be a good ndea for me to move to town I suppose you heard those wanlnng nonses last nnght When Gerry nodded she went on But I hate to sell nt The Peters have lnwed here for a hundred and fifty years ld hate to gnve nt up now If I could get enough money to pay the taxes and Hx the place up I wouldnt exen consnder sellnng But as nt She broke off What about the old Peters fortune? Gerry spoke up No one has ever been able to fnnd nt I I could try couldnt IP Try what? Aunt Lee questnoned To End the fortune Why of course Aunt Lee smnled but I wouldn t get set on nt too much There s more than a chance youll be dnsapponnted Come snt down and get cooled off Aunt Lee called They sat down and snpped the lemonade Aunt Lee sat absorbed nn her thoughts then suddenly she spoke You ve done wonders wnth thns place Ferry and me she added Im glad you came So am I Gerry sand enthusxastncally Almost a week had gone by snnce Gerry had come to Whnsperwood It was Monday morn mg and Gerry was mownng the lawn She stopped the lawn mower and wnped the per spnratnon from her forehead Iust then Aunt Lee came out wnth some nce cold lemonade and set nt on the outdoor table Made any progress nn your treasure hunt? Aunt Lee laughed No but I hanent gnxen up That nnght as Gerry vnas undressnng for bed she thought of the nnght she had Fnrst come here It was a moonlnght nnght lnke thns one She wondered nf there was any truth nn the rumor about the cat I vnonder nf nt unll come agann tonnghtp she thought as she clnmbed nnto bed ' ' sa a - V . , , . . ,., ll Y . . , ' ,, ' Y! if Y V 5 r ' 1 s ' U 7 a as 7 . 7 u 9 J - n YY , I. ' at 9 ' ' n , . . . , - S 9 - . ' as - f , . . . . , U if 7 9 . ' ' ' ' D ss 11 - a A ' . . " , no. ' ' - " ' , " - - n - as 9 ' . a ' 1 , V V ' - . - sa ' ' , as - 1 n 1 1 , l If 7 ' ' ll , . 1 ' Q 7 ' . a sa ' ' , . . . . . . ,, ' U . ' y ' IS -. . U ' " as x ar y ' ' I as ' ' 7 about her. The room was small but there was myself, donlt believe there is Such a thing," , , ff , 9 I 5, - ' ' . u an - ' ' as 17 ' ' ' ' as 11 - an ' 5 9 ' ' a - 9 5 ' ' 5, , me - H . . 9 . . . 9 0 Cl Y . 9 ' ' ' YY . 9 7 '- 7 ' , u x H ca ' ' fi ,S 'N ' ' ' . . ,, 9 ' 9 3 . H . - as ' ' l s ' , ' , ca - H , , as v V ' 1 - v sy ' . a - u as - - - 7 - 9 9 ' if Y ' . ' ,, .... if ' ,Y ' 0 n . .4 . . . , . ' . ll Y n . Y. a 4 ,, v ' ,Y ' ' - . 3 ' , A lrttle after mrdnrght she was awakened by a loud warlrng cry She got out of bed and hurrred to the wrndow The norse came agarn Thrs trme she was sure rt wasnt the wrnd It was too realrstrc She peered out rnto the nrght tryrng to catch srght of somethrng The moon cast werrd shadows about but there was not a strr anywhere She started back to bed but as she drd she heard someone comrng up the starrs She warted There came a knock at the door Gerry a vorce whrspered It was Aunt Lee Gerry opened the door and motroned her rn Gerry drd you hear rt? Yes she whrspered back What do you make of rt? I dont know Aunt Lee murmured E ery moonlrght nrght rts the same but tonrght louder and louder I cant figure rt out Im all the more de termrned to frnd the treasure now The next mornrng rt was pourrng Gerry had to stay rnsrde so she decrded to clean out the attrc She was examrnrng the contents of an old box when she came across an old photo- starrs and examrne rt more thoroughly Once rn the krtchen she began lookrng through the old album Aunt Lee sat down wrth her and explarned some of the prctures Thrs one rs Father and Ioseph rn front of the petshop I never knew much about Uncle Ioseph What drd he do? Gerry rnqurred He wanted to go to dramatrc school H went about half a year and then Father couldnt afford to send hrm any longer So Ioseph had to qurt and work rn the petshop rn Dover He and I never got along He must hare hated to grxe up hrs dramatrc trarnrng Gerry sard Yes he drd He lrked to rmrtate the anr mals rn the shop though Gerry turned a page Theres a close up of Ioseph when he was about twenty Gerry studred the prcture Thats odd he remmds me of someone I know The next day was scorchrng hot Gerry went to town for Aunt Lee When she got back Sy Gerald was there He and Aunt Lee were srt trng at the outdoor table She went up and gaxe Aunt Lee the bag of grocerres Hello Sy sard See you xe been to town thrs mornrng Yes Gerry returned Then a memory flashed across her mmd The prcture Thrs was who Uncle Ioseph remmded her of Iust a corncrdence she thought He went on talkrng wrth Aunt Lee The truck arnt workmg very good so I walked oxer Phew rts wrcked hot Gerrys harr was wet wrth persprratron and stray harrs fell down oxer her face By the looks of your harr rt needs comb rng Aunt Lee laughed I guess rt does Gerry agreed She started for the house Seems odd that Sy walked oxer rn thrs heat and not a harr out of place she thought Oh well When she came back Sy was leavrng If you change your mrnd rn a couple of weeks Ill be around he called He strll tryrng to buy the place? Gerry asked Yes he was practrcally rnsrstent thrs trme, Aunt Lee answered He sard no one else would buy rt wrth the rumor about the haunted fortune hangrng over rt About a week and three moonlight nrghts later Aunt Lee was about convrnced that she should sell rt when they find out about the mysterrous cat VVrll you run over and tell Sy Id lrke to see hrm tomorrow? Okay Gerry sard reluctantly She hated to see her aunt sell the place She lrked rt here but rf Aunt Lee thought rt best to sell, rt was none of her busrness When she reached Hrll Crest she went around by the back drrveway to the gardener s cabrn She was gorng to knock on the door but as she passed the open wrndow a man was srttrng at the table It was Sy all rrght but he was bald and there on the table besrde h1m was a wrg So that explarned why hrs harr was nexer out of place As she stood there a thought flashed through her mrnd that made her gasp rn astonrshment Sy must haxe heard her gasp for he qurckly rose from hrs charr and started for the door C erry flattened herself agarnst the burldrng He opened the door and peered out rnto the dusk Must haxe been a dog, he muttered and closed the door Gerry raced back down the road She de crded not to tell her aunt about her drscoxery untrl she had more posrtne proof When she reached the house she went and dug out the old photograph album She took one of the prctures out to examrne rt more closely Her susprcrons were confirmed She was about to replace the prcture when rt slrpped from her fingers and Huttered to the Hoor As she bent . . l . - u - ' sr l . . , . . . . , . . - H . . . . - 1 - Y V . , . 4 . 1 ' 7 ' fl . , - - , . . . . 7 . . . H , , . ' ' - as . . , , ll I Y, u xx - ' , . 9 ' tn - I . . . ,, ' nr n , U - - yr . , . 9 ' - ll 3, ' 55 0 9 ' u ' ' ' 71 ' 7 YY H 3 13 if . 9 ' V' u , - - , as . . . , - , J ,I I - U . . . . . ,, sc Q - 1 - , ' cc ' 1 Y, I . . . ' . N ' y gfilph Zllbuffl. She dCCldCd to take lt d0W1'l- H The taxes are up and no one buy I . , . . ' I7 ' at ar ' . - - . , , . . , ll ' ' ' Q A 1 n . If Y . - A n ' ' . , , H I . C . - ' Q , . . V ' . V . . V D . . . . . H V . V . . V . - ' sa ' ' , . . . H . . r . . .- . 9 ' ' - 11 . v ll 3 - ' J . Y, ' . n V 1: ' ' K5 1 ' 3 . r Y ,, . V ' U , ll 99 ' Sl 1 ' ' 4 4 ' , . . ' . . ,, . . . . v Ll 7, , . 7 . to plck It up she notlced that there was wrltmg on the back of xt She held If under the llght ll read L00 In the cave: VVhat can nt mean she wondered The next mornmg she sat at the table ab sently eatmg a slxce of toast when she jumped I thrnk I know w hat zn the cover means What are you talklng about Aunt Lee asked Remember w hat thlck coxers the photo- graph album has she sa1d as she got the album and placed ll before her She opened ll and began CXZIITJIDIHE It She worked for a few mlnutes and then she sighed ust a false lead I guess Dlsgusted she shut the coyers harder than necessary and as she drd she heard a clrckmg sound and the srdc of the album shot out Both XIISS Lce and C erry ga7ed at what they sxw Stacks of brlls arranged 1n neat ptles Filled the rnsxde of the coxers We found 1tl Gerry erred Iust then a ear droye ln Gerry hrd the album and went to the door Pohce the man announced Can you tell me 1f a Slmon Gerald llyes around here? Yes hes the gardener oyer at H111 Crest name and hes wanted for seyeral cr1mes rn Doyer Well thats that Gerry saxd to Aunt Lee when the officer had gone Sy Gerald altas Uncle Ioseph wlll be rn yall You ye been talklng ID rlddles all mormng Aunt Lee sald Please tell me what youre talkmg about So C erry related her dlscoxery of the exemng before Aunt Lee stared hardly able to belleye er VVhen Uncle Ioseph found out that there was supposed to be a fortune ln thls old house he deelded to get It for hlmself But he knew he could nex er get msxde to search because you wouldnt haye anything to do wlth h1m So he thought up a scheme to scare you rnto selllng at a low prrce Srnce he had been to dramatrc school he could easlly dlsgutse himself as a gardener Then he got a yob ln the place nevrt to you Xttcr workmg ID the petshop he could lmltate most any an1mal so he made that cat call eyery moonlrght nxght to scare you That story about h1s brother w antlng to buy the house was yust a coxer so that he could buy xt and search for the Peters fortune XVe beat hlm to rt Xunt Lee smrled Yes now you can pay up the taxes Hx up the place and hare plenty left besldes Cerry sal Yes thanks to a certann young detectue she laughed by Barbara Atwood WAIT FOR ME The class IS dull the day IS brlght The teacher VVhat a bore' all eyes whleh out the window were now back to the books do lower Spnng outs1de Warm caressrng and gay The sky rs br1ght and bxrds are callmg Vi e ln thrs solemn prlson are both our sprrnts and ranks are fallmg XVxll we exer get out? We want to run we want to yump and frolrc We want the sun the wmd and plam What was It you sald Don t get the Colle: Don t stop us now we re young we re youth We belong to the sprlng I say' Let us out of th1s dullest class Oh do let us out to play' D1Sm1SSCd my ch1ldren Classes are over fHes Hnally spoken the word' Co out to the sun and eloyer and Ill be out wrth a laugh and a shout as soon as correctmg IS oyer Amta Stewart I LEARN TO SKI Skung whlch appears to be an extremely popular wlnter sport ln thls part of the state not my forte but I manage to stand up on a pnr ot sk11s qulte credltably at tlmes The fol lownng story deals wxth my trmls and trlbula txons w h1le learmng to skr My first attempts at skung were made at the tender age of elght years when my parents seeklng to eultnate my heretofore hidden ath letxc abllnty presented me wrth a palr of new skls at Chrrstmas and I yentured bravely out on the afternoon of Chrxstmas Day to try them out Nly glrl frrend had also receued new skis for Lhrlstmas a corncldence w hlch I consldered most remarkable and she 'lccompanred me on my yourney XVe had selected a fanrly steep slope as our loeatlon and lucluly there were no people about at the time we arrlxed I carefully fastened my skis and then bent gracefully oxer to pick up my skr poles whereupon I fell face first . . . y V . . 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T ' In ' ' ss - ' Y - 7 ' ' Y 9 , tnto the snoxv and lay there llke one petrified Nffy frnend alarmed at my 1mmob1l1ty began to yell Ianel Speak to mel Get up' Frnally I managed to emerge from the snow wet but undaunted and prepared for the take-off Wlth a gentle assxst from my frrend I started off down the slope on all cylmders Crlxdxng along as freely as a bird I was lust be gmmng to thxnk that there was really nothmg to th1s sport after all when I experlenced the strange sensatxon of the grounds falhng away under mv feet and then the cold wet snow 1n my face I struggled to my feet looked back up the slope and found that a sxzable crowd had gathered to xxxtness my lxteral downfall Hoxvexer I contmued my xlgorous fight to mamtam my polse wh1le sknng and exentually I won Happy mdeed was the day vshen I saxled blxthely down oxer the sk: slope wrthout 1mmersmg myself at least once ln that cold xxhxte fluffy matter called snow Iane Qulmby 54 A NEWSBOY VISITS WASHINGTON, D C It xvas a brrght sunny mornmg on Iune 20 1931 xvhen xve left Watervllle Mame for the Augusta Marne axrport It was my first plane tr1p and my first trip to VVashmgton DC We xxere glxen th1s trip as the result of a bond drrxe xxhlch all the newspaper boys were takmg part rn and I happened to be one of the lucky wmners It would be a five-day v1s1t to the Nations Capntal We were to stay at the Arr Force Base ln Washlngton and see all the h1stor1cal places whrle we were there Our chaperon was Mr Story the edrtor of the Watewzlle Mmnzng Sentmel As we stepped lnto the twln engme transport whxch xxould take us to Portland, Marne to p1ck up two more boys I began to get a funny feelmg because I drdnt know how lf xx ould seem to be ln the air When we took off the stexvardess gaxe us some gum to chew I didnt knoxv xx hy but found out soon enough VK e prcked the other txxo boys up at the Port land a1rport and then changed to a four englne transport xx hmch took us to Boston, Mass and then to Nexx York Xt Nexx York xve changed from the Northeast Axrlmer to the Amerlcan Mrlmer xx h1ch xxould take us on to Washmg ton DL VVe arrlxed ln Washmgton about FIXC hours from the tune xxe left Augusta There vxas an Army Bus xxaxtmg for us so xxe could get to the base before dark When we armed at the base the Sergeant told us the Mess Hall was stnll open rf xve wanted somethmg to eat We told hmm we were not hungry He then told us where we xvould find our barracks where we vxere to sleep durmg the trme we were there About twenty mmutes later It was lnghts out and we crawled between the sheets The next day after we had chow the same bus that had brought us there the night before pulled up along slde the barracks and blew the horn As we got ln the drlver who was a P F C , sald we were gomg on a tour of the clty We saw many dtfferent places durmg the mornmg For example the F BI Bunldmg, the Pentagon Burldmg and the Bureau of Prmtlng and Engravlng We then returned to the base for chow In the mtddle of the afternoon we h1t the road again We then saw the Iefferson Memorlal and the Washlngton Monument We wanted to go to the top of the Washmgton Monument but nexer got he chance Later we returned to the base agaln to eat and enjoy the exenmg Some got a pass and xx ent to a show Strll others went to the PX a place where they serxe beer play cards etc to haxe a good tlme and keep out of trouble The next mornmg vxhrch was Tuesday we went to Vlfglnla to see the tomb of the Un known Sold1er at Arlmgtou Natxonal Ceme tery The drxver told us a guard IS kept posted there day and nxght We then went to Mount Vernon V1rg1n1a to the home of George Wash xngton where we had dmner and spent the after to the base 1t was we went to bed went to the Capltol and even shook hands wtth Presrdent Harry S Truman a b1g event for me In the afternoon we went to the Llncoln Memorxal and had our prcture taken a pxcture I w1ll always keep That nxght back at the base vxe watched the jets take off at nlght and I helped a boy take a pxcture of the Capxtol The next day xxe started for home and had to be at the a1rport early The trnp home was the same untll xxe reached Boston Mass and ran mto trouble It xxas rammg and our Hxght was cancelled We had to get the txckets changed so xve could haxe prxx ate cars take us home A a matter of fact xxe had s1x cars We looked lrke a caraxan on the road VVe armed back m Waterxnlle Marne, about mldmght Thursday It xxas a trlp I nexer wxll forget Carhsle Cnoodme 54 noon When we got back late exeryone was tlred so On the last day there we . , 'Y 1 a s , KL S! 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HUM 949 Harold Allen Blame Atwood US Army Flame Beal Floods Shoe Store Farmmgton Eleanor Beal Portland Malne General Hos pnta Robert Bean S1nsk1es Motors Farmmgton Adelbert Beedy US Navy Nfvron Bergeron FSTC Clyde Ca1n Informatxon destred Albert Cole US Armed Forces Fred Colllns Custodlan of FHS Fstelle Lambert Collms Mrs Fred Collms Ioulse Dans LJIIIXCYSIIY of Mame Carl C odmi, Ktlled m action whtle servmg ll'l Korea Romona Hammond Mrs Rxchard Russell QF S T C Q Nlllton Hull I lmor Horton Mrs George Remlllard Rlthard Iohnson Employed by Mr Rowe Vlest Buxton Marne Betty Kershner Employed at Webers Insur ance Agency C ranulle Ixnowles US Army Edwm Ixohtala At home Vrenna LHFOIIIIC Ladd US Wacs I loyd Lake U S A1r Forces Roy Lamlsm Employed by Elwm Lamkm lmgton Vlfglnla ohn McCorm1clC U S A1r Force Iohn Mtlxenzxe US A1r Force Ierlean Meader Mrs Allen Bowlen VV1lson Mlles Falrfield Auto Supply Co Falrfield Thomas Newell North Anson Reel Co Irentlce Nxle lNorrwoclC Shoe Co North ay Iayton Patrrqum US Army Korea m1ss mg rn actron Pttrlcla R1chards Lynn Mass practrce nurse Roland Roux US Alr Force Rtthard Russell US Naxy Anna May Small Mrs Wlllxam E Shardlow lr Farmmgton Allan Sm1th U of Malne C aynelle Sm1th Mrs Lawrence Yeaton Lrllmn Sm1th lvlrs Edward Hand Temple Aura Strlw Mrs W1ll1am Daye Ir y Phyllts Taylor Mrs Vernon Martm Em ployed by Franltlm County Extensxon SCFXICC Helen Tracy Studymg to be XRay Tech mcran Lalxrn Tyler US Armed Forces Ioan VVebber Wheaton College Norton Mass I llll'lD VVebber Nlrs Clarence XVh1te Mt X ernon Ianette VK right Employed at USDA Farmlngton Rlchard VVr1ght US INaxy Lawrence Yeaton Employed by Mxlford Beal 1950 Flame adams Mrs Albert Wells ames Adams Marne Marrtlme Academy Castlne C lare Barley At home Nanty Barker Mrs Rrchard York Ioyce Berry Nlrs Guy Buck Carl Brinkman Bowdom Paul Brmlxman Bowdom IN tncy Connors Marne General Hospxtal Portland Kenneth Fraser Knowlton 8: McLeary Co Farmmbton Ianet French Mrs Ixexth Seeley Bexerly Grant Mrs Holl1s Rackl1fIe Farm mgton Ioseph Green U S Arr Force Edwm Ham1lton F S T C Walter Hemrngway U S Arr Force Ronald Hlltz U S Naxy Lester Hutchtnson US Army Nell Iohnson U S lNaxy hegan Lorene Keach Northeastern Busrness College Portland Ellzabeth Ixe1th Unn ers1ty of Malne Chestme Kennedy lvlrs Robert Alexander une lxershner Employed Emery s Store FZIYIIIIDLIOH Nlarcla lung Cylorxa Lamkm Employed Benjamm Butler Stella MacDonald Mrs Myron Foss Lyndon NIc'VIackln US Seabees ohn Vlastme US INaxy George McCorm1clC Betty McCully Mrs Reno H111 Robert McCully U S Army lane 'Nletcalf Unwerstty of Marne Albert Mltchell FS TC Rome Moody Mrs Charles Black C ordon Morrow Knowlton 8: McLeary Co Farmlngton I ucy Nlosher F S TC oyte Petrle Mrs Donald Emery Isdna Luce Pnllsbury Mrs Verdell Pxllsbury Iames Rand bnnerslty of Niaxne eamnne Redlexslte Nlrs Iohn P1ekarczylt l eo Rloupt Lumberlng for Dale Soule Temple Ianet Saxagbe Mrs Harland White 1 4. . - . . . . , . V 4 '-' 7 .Y T . ' -U A 1 .. . ., - T 9 ' ' v V . I . - L l I , I 3 , . - . . I v- A . . . , 4 . Q '. - , .V . M . -1, . . , 2 . Y- . . . . . . , - Y . . , . I - I - - . , ,L - . . , A I . .I 7 F- Y .7 : . d- . . Y .S L W a V , 4 11 ' I ' . .. ' ' - v . ' 9 7 T 3 ' Y B 'i . 1 . sr -' ' ' - .. f ' - .. . . ' 'l 7 1 , ' I 1' . . I ' 'I i ' Q ' I "' . . T l Kathleen Lovell-Mrs. Lloyd Huntoon, Ar- Corrine Keach-Gene's Restaurant, Skow- . Y , . . . I A . V- ' Q . - Y . , . . - . 6 C - -A . . I V , -' 9 II - . I Y , . C. - , , H, I A . ,. - A I . . - . i 7 - . - C - . 1 ' ' ' - , . - ' . Qi ' - . . I . ' - . . I ' -.. ' N 7 ' '- q 4 . lf Q - .V . . 9' ' - . ' - .t ' '. ' ' -I . , 5 - ' ., 1 '- . ' ' ., Ia , . I . . , -A . . , B li ' '1 . . 4 I I " , '-' 9 1 Q 4 F I Y T ' ' Galen Sayward Bowdom Dale S1nsk1e S1I'lSl4lC s Motor Nlart Alnce Staples College of Our Lady of Mercy Portland Anthony Skwara U S Army Nlarxlyn Stxnchlaeld F1rst Natronal Bank of Boston Lorarne Sturtexant College of Practrcal Arts and Letters BU ohn Tarbox L S Arr Force Harnet Thompson Nlrs Robert Fortrcr Exerett Xrmng XVentworth Instltute Boston Prrscllla VVebber Nlrs Edward Farmer Dean Wrles US Army Daud Yost U S Army 9 C uy Alexander U S Navy lxerth Alexander Employed at the Northeast News lxatheryn Allen Mrs Collrs Ames Iohn Ayer Eastland Hotel Staff Portland Esther Babb U of M Kenton Barley Employed by Holmes Balley Loure Barker Employed at Horn Motors Hazel Baud Peoples Natlonal Bank Frank Beal US A1r Force Nlarrlyn Bergeron Mrs Freeman Hayden Ir Iean Black Rumford Commumty Hosprtal Georgla Cochran Nlrs Prentlce lX1le Fred Cole U S Armed Forces Helen Conley Deceased C uy Davls US A1r Force Clarlta DeWolf Marrxed Robert Eaton U S kaxy Pnsulla Fdw ards F S T C Daxld Lllls L of NI Earl Flrrmgton Norrwock Shoe Co North Ia Xlthea XVoodcock FOI'T.lIl In Rhode Island Lorramc Rtdlexske Foss Irene Foster 'Xursemard NV1nthrop Anne Frlry U of NI l1ll1an C odlng Marrled Norma Haney Nlarrled Paul Heath L S Army Claude Hodge U S Xrr Force Iean Hosfelt Central Nlame General Hosprtal LCYVISIOII Ruby Langen Nlrs Sherman Tracy Ioan Legere Nlrs Wrllard Douglas Cecrl Lrbby H P Hood and Sons NVest Farmrngton Ioseph Lrnscott L S Army Eleanor Loxell Raytheons Mfg Co Bra1n tree Mass Rrchard Nlarqurs Antony lN NV1ll1ams Corp Boston Nlyron Nfoore Ellzabeth Nlosher I' STC Ramona Newell Marrled Daud Patrrqum Thomas Busmess School NVaterx1lle Rrthnrd Paul 'Warne Consolrdated Power Company Basrl Powers Las Olas Inn Staff Fort Lauder dale Florxda Llllran Racklrffe Nlrs George Atwood Rlchard Rackl1He US Navy Ieanne Rounds F S T C Rrta Roux Nlrs Iames Gilbert NI1r1am Salo Peoples Natlonal Bank Inez Sargent Peoples Natronal Bank Pearl Smrth Donna Sommers Mrs Lewis Barker Xnne Staples Rumford Commumty Hosprtal Paul Stexens Employed by George Dens more Vxenna Denms Straw US A1r Force George Swarm Las Olas Inn Staff Fort Lauderdale Florlda Dwnght Tuttle Howard ohnsons Staff Boston Lawrence Vlolet FSTC Wallace Watson Horn Motors tonxo Texas Barbara Wheeler Eastern Nazarene College Qulncy Mass Glenwood Whrte US Army H1lda Wh1tney Mrs Harold Allen Leon W'yman Franklm Iournal Office Rrchard York US A1r Force 92 Daud Ferrarr Employed at The Red Store Elrzabeth Hawes Mrs Kerth Alexander XVh1te s Store Iudrth Flrnt Umversrty of New Hampshlre Laurrs Barley At home Alan Smrth Burdett Arthur Lambert Frrst Natxonal Store Farm mgton Nadmne Folger Mount Ida Charles Murray Dartmouth College Dawrd Bosworth US Army Hazel Bosworth Mrs Davrd Webster Theodore Bradley Bath Iron Works kenneth Churchnll Employed at Backus Garage East W1lton Dorrs Conley Employed by Radio Sc TV at Newton Mass Barbara Crosby Marrxed s V , - ' , ' -n 1 " - r . ., T 1 T , A ' A' -- . '. , T Y h' v i ' . I' D 1 I av I ' ll . . T' I 9 , G V K Y , .Q -A . . V , . . 1 . 1- ' ' ' - , - Tg 1 I 5 ' . 1" 1 . ' , -A l ' I D Q L- l 'I 1' . .-Y 'A -- I, , lt -1' . h Y - n, . 151 ' ' - 5 - .. A, - - - ,. , 4 7 l 3 T I J 1 ' 1 , .T ' I . , i - S 5, . I TH I I a ' I . T- . . Richard Beedy-US' Davy Mrldred Welch-A1r Base WHIIICSS, San An- A T l a . I 0 ' , T I 1 9 N 7. -a . ' I ' N , l 9 '- .. ' - - '- Q Y V T n C V. J 1- Y .. . . U . l . 15 .L , -A ,. Q 1 Y I . " '. -lv .' , I T 1. . D . 71- . ' in 1- c 1 'L I T 7 - . -I ' D Y . 7 i . .I ' T 1 A . . , -l 1 7 it . T 1 l 7 "x . l l T - . . , 1 T 7 ' l . 7 Q Y T ' 'Q ' - J ' l I ' T Freda Farrxngton Nurses Ald Franklm C M H Barbara Gore Clare Greenlaw US Navy C lennys Haley Employed at Odells Velora Harrxs Mrs Bernard Pressey Texas Phrlhp Hobbs US Armed Forces Iohn Hodgkxns Unnersxty of Malne Sylua Hodgkms Auburn Mame School of Commerce X ernon Hodgkms Employed by Forster Mfg Co East W1lton M IS Hopkxns F S T C Peggy Iohnson Becker Iunlor College C lenda Lamltxn Lnnerslty of Mame Iulxanne Lmcoln Kents H1ll X erna Luce Mrs Charlxe Adams Flnzabeth Metcalf Employed at Tarbox and VVh1tt1er s Arthur Mitchell Gorham State Teachers o ege VK ayne Mow att U S Army Ioranne Nles Employed at New England Telephone Co Francena Osborne At home I red Plllsbury U S Army C eorge Pxllsbury Lastern Nazarene College Roberta Porter Hudson Mass Employed Ill Shoe Strlng Factory Blame Robmnson Newman s Motor Mart Dax 1d Russell US A1r Force Nlerle Smlth US Armed Forces Dmanne Soule WA F women s a1r force Rachel btexens Mrs R1cky Damman Larolee Stew art Mrs Edward Merrxll New X rneyard Harriet Sturtex ant F S T C C oldcna Thomas Employed at Bonney s Res taurant Albron Tracy Employed by Charles Wrlllams Donald Turner Burdett Ieanette Waxte New England School of Arts XValter Webber Employed by GRE at Syra cuse New York Ioyce VVr1ght At home IH Chesterulle 193 Arnold Alterley Boston Unnersxty Herbert Allen Metcalfs M111 Nlarlorle Andrews Bell Telephone Co Farmmgton Ioseph Besaw US Army Dlane Butler 'Vlrs Bernard Racklxffc 'Margaret Butterfield Arthur Conley U S Armed Forces Law rence Cook At home Bernard Dans Boston Umxersnty Donald DeRoche US A1r Force Sally Dlngley FSTC Roderrc Dyer Bowdo1n College Iarrv Ellls US Amr Force Farl Femucls U S Nlarmeg Robert Cwodmg US Army Stewart Cyoodmn Colby College Dorothy Cray Mrs Frank Berry Robert Hall Employed by Ray Hall Mount Xernon N1ar1lyn Hardy At home Nora Harrxs Employed at I I Newberrys Farmmgton louxse Hnnkley Mrs M1lton Farrmgton Rnchard Huart Colby College C onstance Hutchms At home Nlmon IICRSOII At home lxathleen Kershner Becker Iunlor College N 1thal1e Loxell Employed t I I N w berrys Farmmgton Barbara Luce WISCOUSID Daud Luce UHINCISIIY of Mame lx lymond Magno U S Arr Force Nadlne Merchant Marrxed Maryland Arlene 'Vlerrlll Mrs Guy Dans Bermuda l'l1nor Xnes at home ll"lIlClS Orcutt Employed at New Vlneyard Burch M111 llclen Osborne At home Roger Parlxn Boston Unnerslty Dons Pond Nlrs Harold Small I loyd Porter L S Army Srmonne Poulnn Employed 1n Lewnston Y xonne Poulm Employed nn Lemston Bernard Raclxlrffe US Army C ecxlna Rand Nlarrxed C earry Ranger LDIXCISIIV ot NIHIHC Arlene Richard F S 'I C Iohn Rlchlrds Flornda Martm Saxage Employed at VVestern Auto Store Farmmgton Thelma Schanclt Employed at Allens Mllls -Xlden Small Lnnersrty of Marne C xrolyn Stexens Employed m Farmmgton Roy Stewart At home C ayle Taylor Westbrook Iumor College Arthur Tyler U S Arr Force Donald VVatson F S TC Peter Webber Middlebury College Xrthuretta W elch Texas Arlo NVh1te Unnerslty of Mame Betty XV1they Mrs Lester Hutchinson i . - . , . A - N 9 ' I T W u Q 1 . , 't . . . . I . W n I 7 ' - L' . a ,' - 1 1 n, ' F It 1 A ' T . . - . i , , - . . - - - ' Y ' v T - T . . , 7 C - ' ' . Y Q Y A v .- . ' - C 1- 3 ' - I A L ' 1 ' 1 rs , - Y 'K .. V ' . .' I' - 'a ' ' - a . . e - , . ' , I ' l 1 .c. H In 1 'Y I l I Y ' - 7 'L Y - . . ' Y . . 1 9 -1 1 9 ' ' Y A - - . t ' , Elizabeth Robbins- Mrs. Donald Grover IHUCF M0l'fill -F-S-T-C , , - Y V Y i. -A . . T . - , Y . . Y , . D Y Y - r , - ' Y ' .., . , . - 7' V 1 Y N .. . . Y ,Y I d 1 Y Y. , - . - Qt Y F Y .V .1 . A . , Y .Q - . Y . Y Y - . , . Y' l ' , . - Y .Y . . Zz Y Y - . . 5 - Y . , I W r A ' -i 'I . Y 1 0 0 I , . A W T U l I 1 . D . ' L -, "'. ' . , . It n n 1 I W ll . I upportln Patrons ln behalt of the student body and school OmCIGlS the LAUREL BOARD of Fcrmlrgton H gh S hool acknowledges with slncere thanks the loyalty gener osny and flnanctal assustance of these trnends and neighbors ot our school Adams Funeral Home A G Barker Farmmgton Farmmgton Arthur Westcott Barkers Garage B 81 E Motor Exoress Inc Benonts Carsley s Store Currler 8. Joseph Holman Curtis Gardens Daknn Sportung Goods Co Davus Funeral Home s G D DI Dull s Men s Shop E K Day Emerys Exchange Hotel Farmers Union Flrst National Bank Floods Shoe Store G 8. B Sportung Goods Co Hanold Outfittmg Company Hardys Pharmacy Harrus Sportnng Goods Store H P Hood 81 Sons Howards Rexall Store J J Newberry Co Jordons Market West L R Lewus Druggust Llvermore Falls Clothing Store Farmmgton Farmmgton Auburn Lewiston New Vnneyard Farmmgton Strong Bangor Farmmgton Phillips Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Auburn Standlsh Farmmgton Farmmgton Lewiston Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Strong Ltvermore Falls Lowells Market Farmmgton Luces Studlo Farmmgton Magom s Marne Skewer 8. Dowel Compa McLearys Hardware Store M E Knapp 8- Son Morton Motor Company New York Store Farmmgton 'JY Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmmgton Farmington Pearsons Sportmg Goods Store Farmmgton W M Puerce D D S Farmmgton Rays Market Farmmgton uchardson Jewelry Store Farmmgton Radley 81 Turner Grange Store Livermore Robert Loveloy D DS Farmmgton J W Russell Phllllps r ed O Smrth Mfg Company New Vineyard Starburd Lumber Company Strong Strong Wood Turnung Company Strong Dr Thurlow Dentist Phlllnps I , . ' . 3 , : ' ' , - , . I 1 Mr . . . 'll ,,.,,.. . ' ' ' I I Q , . , . I 1 Harvey Smith A , .... Farmington , . , . . . , .,..,. ,. , . , . . ., . , . , . . . , .... ,..... . I . .,- ' IX , , ,V Q . ' AUTOGRAPHS


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