Farmington High School - Laurel Yearbook (Farmington, ME)

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S' 4 '4 3 I The Laurel Board Fmnt Row, lvf! tu right: livu Nutting, Ilclvn Pratt, Diguu- Hulwlms, Bt-tsy Anmln-ws, Dinm- Ellis, Rm-lu-l julmson. Carol llc-ll, AIl'ilIl Ijmlstmu-. Svrmlrl Iimv: Linclu flilfllltt, Nlurx' Cm-st, l'wvvrlv Bcsuw, Nlurciu Suvwartl, 131-vcrlv Ilutclxins, Limlu Flint, Sllfillllllt 1,1141-. ist-uv Pratt. Sluzrrv llt'llliIltfVVllY, Allllt' Aclzuns, Tilt-0 Avvrill. l'11irz1 Hour Mr. Burnt-ll, lmlv Nuttulgv, Put Vllllfllllf, Xlurilvn Xlkrmlsials-, Sarah jam- B4-nnctt, J Rulu-rta Bruce-, Sonja -lla-nl'son, Nllll'gill'K'l Summit, Luuism' lillslmury, joy Riclulrcl, Sllcllmal 101111 Howard, Align-ln lJiSta-fnxm, Nuury Nllxtsml, Marilyn Nnttagv, ljikllli' Riullurcl, Dialm' Ilmlgkins, Nancy -In-llisml. l"m1rtlz Rmb: Slllilllllt' Guulcl. Lt-slit' RlL'lhlI'klSUIl, llamivl Nl1lgllll't', Alam Hobbs, joseph Frary, Durrvl cllt'llll'lll, Int-k Bcrrv, I,vmlm1 Clark, lltmivl llylilll, Riclmrcl IlilI'gl'L'llVL'S, Marlo llllll Calrmlncr, Atln llulggutt, Luig lfrrlust. YKAR Facult Q' 'Wh' If HAROLD BLOOD f XVAL'l ER REILD A B Colby Socwl Studtes Is A U 0 Prmczpal 1957 L DAVIb BURNELL RICHARD COULD S B1 w Smences A B Bowdoln E nglzsh ALDI 'X NIITCHELL IOLA PERIKIN5 xi Ed pmn U B A M A Colorudo Industrial Arts lte School of IEdllC"ltl0l'l M unc HMO l HY MAYO B S Hmson Cmnmcrcaal Faculty LLIIABETH KNOX U of N Englwh THFODORE EMERY ,IR 5 IHAIS LINSCOTT S T Home Ec 47,4 M a thema tzcs NIARJORY REED ROBERI IRIBILRC A B Colby B 5 bprmgfidd Languages Boys Phys Ed i Facult p-511 Jim-.....,. ILSIELLA NICLLAN ROBERT CREENLEAF l S Sir cnt U 0 C zrI.s Phys Ed Soual Studies :QR NORMAN CRAY Commerual .lixmwmm XXM Q-...M DOROTHY SAYXVARD ROBERT DOWNES B 'X U 0 B Ed Unlv of Muml Englzsh Soual Studzes and Suence 98 S 05 -15 F2 xg 5 Stl fx, 7 it- x My PRILSIDENT an "' iv VICIL PRhbllJL N I SECRE. I AHY Aw: IRILANURER NVILLIANI PIPER ROUNDS SWI 1 l College Intended VOCIIIOII College s all rzght to flrmlc lzke a sh if you drink what a sh rlrmlts Clwss Prmsulcnt 4 Footlulll I 7 3 4 All County Tenn 4 Honorable Men t n of All Stltc T1 un 4 bltung, I 7 34 frank 2 3 4 Baseblll 1 3 4 ntrlmurll Vollqyblll Blsltmthrll I 2 3 4 Allilltl X 181111 l 2 3 Bind 1 2 3 4 Orthcstrl I 7 3 4 All Stlte B md l 7 All Stltg Orchestra 3 Tha wlttln st Pruldcnt of thtm ll IOHN DAVID KNOX College Levl IXIIOXIC Intended Voc IIIOII Umverslty of Maine God VV1llzn IDYIIIIIIILS I 3 4 B nd I 7 3 4 Orchestrl 1 7 3 4 Cllss Treasurer 1 XILK II'tSlClt'III 4 Dunn Bmcl I 7 Blskctlmlll 17 Blsketblll Manager It LLTILIIIIIV is h 1rd to lump 1 strught ICICI. w1tl1 IDIVILI lround IXIARILHIN ANNE N OTTAGE College Knowledge Intended X7OCZ1t1OI1 College Notlung succeeds lake success Ifxuur Board 7 3 4 Cllss Surctxry 1 7 3 4 X Hocltgy 7 Hockey Nlm Ifgtl' 3 Clrls Chorus I 2 Nlxud Chorus 1 7 umor Prom Commxttee 3 Nltlon ll XILFII' I'1IllllSI 4 Cl Iss Om Act Plny 1 Cllss Rlng Commit tu 7 C urls Stxte Alta rn lte 3 xvlllt would we h rve done VVIIIIOIII Nilrxlyns help on our more dlfli cult fxssrgnments LAWRENCE GILINIAN CREENWVOOD Larry College Intended Voc IIIOH Undecided An hom st mans word IS has bond Alldltivlbllll 1234 lntrlmurll Blsltetlnll 73 lntrxmurll Volleyball 1 7 3 Cllss Trmsurer 4 Crulmtlon CIOIUHIIIILC 4 Llrrys clr knows the Fllls road by hurt .1 . 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ANNE BARCLAY ADAMS " Annie Rooneyf, " Annie Oakley v College Intended Vocation: Social Worker All must be earnest in a world like ours. Basketball 2-3-44 jr.-Sr. Prom 3, All State 2-3-4g C-irls' Choir, Mixed Choir 2, LAUREL Board 4, Senior Play 45 Candidate for Carnival Queen 3-4g Intramural Volleyball 2-3-44 Orchestra I-2-3-4, Band I-2-3-4, Fair Booth I-2-3-43 Music Council Secretary 4. Anne's joyful laughter makes everyone feel in a fine mood. Tmao AVERILL " Clio U College Intended Vocation: Telephone Operator Lose as if you liked it, and win as if you were used to it. Composite Orchestra Ig Cirls' Chorus I-2, Mixed Chorus 1-2, Orchestra I-2-3-4, String Orchestra I-2-3, All State Festival 2-3-45 LAUREL Board 43 Assistant Concert Mistress 4, First Chair of America 2-3-4. XVatch that Spring vacation. DONALIJ TRUINIAN AYER " Don," " Ayer U College 1, 4, Industrial 2, 3 Intended Vocation: Chemical Engineer He who has ll thousand friends has not a friend to spare, and he who has one enemy, shall meet him everywhere. Basketball Ig Track 2, Intramural Volleyball I-2-3-45 Intramural Bad- minton, Speedball, Basketball 2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4. Late to school is getting to be a hobby of Donls. CAROL ANN BELL Gabby Commercial Intended Vocation: Husson College - Secretary Then conquer we must for our cause it is just. Majorettes I-2-3-4g Head Majorette 3-4, Connnercial Club 3, Usher, Jr.- Sr. Prom 3g Usher, University of Maine Concert 2, Driver Training 35 LAUREL Board 3-45 Fair Booth 1-3. Will she ever stop talking? A.. , fi .-rf, X' Ili' if -qv ,fuk 22 fb- . I GL we If 3 s W BEVERLY ANN BESAW " Bev H Commercial Intended Vocation: Undecided It is better to give than to receive. Business Club 35 F. H. A. 35 Vice-President 45 Majorctte 1-2-3-45 Usher, University of Maine Concert 25 Fair Booth I-3-45 LAU1u-li. Board 3-45 Drivers Training 35 Ollice Cirl for Mr. lleed 3. Quiet but sincere. RoBua'rA MAE BRUCE " Bobby " College Intended Vocation: Nurse Of all the heavenly gifts that mortal men commend, what trusty treasure in the world can eounteroail a friend? Basketball l-2-3-45 Softball 2-135 Field Hockey 1-2-35 Orchestra 2-3-45 Band 1-2-3g Composite Orchestra, Band 64 Chorus 1-2-3-45 All State Fes- tival -lg Carnival Queen Candidate 3-45 lutraniural Volleyball 6: Basket- ball l-2-3-45 Chorus I-2-45 Mixed Chorus 1-2-45 Senior Play 45 LAUREL Stall 45 junior Proni Conunittee 35 Fair Booth 1-2-35 Treasurer 2-35 Graduation Connnittce 4. NYhat would she do if a certain person wasn't around to argue with? EVAN Ai.s'roN CuUnCH1LL General Intended Vocation: Maine State Police Little friends may prove great friends. Band l-2-35 Mixed Chorus l-25 Boys, Chorus 1-25 Basketball I-2-35 Intra- niural Basketball 45 Baseball 4. XYhat would Evan do it he couldn't pester everyone? LYNDUN CJARFIELD CLARK " Dimplesf, " Lindyf, " Linf, 6' Rinny 9 General Intended Vocation: Undecided I can resist anything but temptation. Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 1-2-3-45 Fair Booth 45 Track 45 Intramural Badminton 1-25 Audio-Visual 3-45 Lauuizi. Board 45 Intramural Volley- ball I-25 Boys' Chorus l5 Mixed Chorus l. The class flirt, but one of the nicest. ADA IYIARY DACCIETT " Ada Mae " College Business Intended Vocation: Telephone Operator Every-man is ll oolumn if you know how to read him. Manager of Softball Team 15 Field Hockey 35 Basketball 2-3-45 Girls' Chorus l-25 Mixed Chorus 1-25 junior-Senior Prom Committee 35 LAUREL Board 45 Senior Play lMake-up Conunittecl 45 Intramural Volleyball 2-45 Intramural Basketball 35 Business Club 35 Driver Training 35 Office Girl 35 Graduation Committee 4. ls her real hair an sign of hot temperament? JOSEPH PALMER FRARY " Professor I' College Intended Vocation: Priest In hoc signo oinces. Dramatics 1-2-3-45 Basketball Manager 1-2-3-45 Baseball Manager 25 Track Manager 35 Public Speaking I-2-3-45 Boys' Chorus I-35 Mixed Chorus 1-35 Art 25 Class Secretary I5 LAUREL I-2-3-45 Newspaper Staff 1-2-35 Chess Club 2-35 One-Act Play 25 Thespian Society 35 National Merit Finalist 45 Senior Play 3-45 Graduation Committees 4, joe is our walking dictionary. LLOYD FOREST FRENCH College Intended Vocation: College What good is a hand without any fingers? What good is a life without an Education? Track Manager 25 Boys' Chorus 1-4. Man of few words with a great liking for the outdoors. GEORGE BERNARD GILBERT College Intended Vocation: Undecided The world thrives on love. Basketball I-2-35 Baseball I-2-3-45 Intramural Volleyball, Speedball 6: Basketball 45 Chess Club 2-35 Fair Booth 1-2-3-45 Newspaper StaH7 1. NVhen George goes to basketball games does he watch the game or the cheerleaders? PN- iw X X' D .3 1- RICHARD DALE GOINCS " Hiram " Industrial Intended Vocation: U. S. Army, State Police There is no verbal vitamin more potent than praise. Basketball 1-2-3-4, Co-Captain 4g Baseball lg Intramural Volleyball lg Intramural Badminton 35 Audio-Visual 1-45 Fair Booth 1. Our sound-etlcct man in English. JAMES ADAMS GooDw1N " jim " General Intended Vocation: Undecided Make haste slowly. Football 1-25 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball 1-3-4. Magoni's would be lost without jimmy. RONALD ELLIS GREENLEAF " Fats D Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Be prepared. Manager of Basketball Team 1. You can always spot Ronnie by his red face. MARY FRANCES GUEST College Intended Vocation: Nursing The heart has reasons of which reason has no knowledge. Girls' Chorus 1-24 Mixed Chorus 1-25 Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4g Intra- mural Basketball 2g Fly-Casting 1-2-35 Driver's Training 33 LAUREL Board 43 Senior Play 4g Fly Casting NVinner 35 Graduation Committee 4. A nice girl to have around. MARK STEPHAN HALEY General Intended Vocation: U. S. Army Until the rluy when men unite for peace, as they united for war. Basketball 3. The happy-go-lucky man of our class. RUTH Mn,nnEn HALL Ruthie H Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided .4 Love thy neighbor as thyself. F. ll. A. lg Girls' Chorus lg Mixed Chorus lg Driver Training. Ruth is one of our more quiet girls. R1c:uAnn LEE HAnon15Avx2s " Rich," " Dick U College Intended Vocation: College lliusiness Administrationl Neither good nor bad erm exist separately so there is a mixture so that things may go well. Student Council 2-8-45 Band 3-45 Orchestra 3-45 Intramural Volleyball l-2-3-45 lntralnural Speedlxall 2-3g Senior Play 4g junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g Graduation Committee 4. A great dancer with a wonderful personality. lYIAltl.ENE ANN IIAY1-:S " Marly " . Industrial - Commerieial Intended Vocation: Undecided Make haste slowly. Finalist in Pie Baking Contest 3-4g Intramural Volleyball 4, Our transfer student will make someone a wonderful house-Wife. A, 4 .l 5. x fir 'is in-5' if s is :UNK 'lr' un--" Y I? 'Y ln '-. 9 s .ii iii "UV if WVILLIAM F nun FIISCOCK " Bunky U College Intended Vocation: Armed Forces - College A wise old owl sat on an oak, the more he saw the less he spokeg The less he spoke the more he hoardg Why arcnlt we all like that wise old bird? Basketball lg Baseball 1-2-3g Intramural Volleyball l-2-35 Speedball 4g Badminton 3g Fair Booth I-2-3-llg Class President I-35 junior-Senior Prom Committeeg Audio-Visual l-2-3-45 Craduation Committee 4. Ile can mix work with pleasure. ALAN CUIITIS IIo1nss " Knobs N College Intended Vocation: College - Diplomat If all the year were playing holidays, to sport would be as tedious as to work. Public Speaking I-2-34 Newspaper Stall 1-24 Football Manager lg Basket- ball Manager 2g Student Librarian 25 Orchestra 2-3-4g Thespian Society 3g One-Aet Plays 2-3g Senior Play I3-4g Fair Booth 2-35 Chess Club 3g Graduation Couunittees 4. A good sport and our future diplomat. BRUCE ISAIILE IIonGK1Ns 'i Bruce D College Intended Vocation: Undecided I never think of the future. It comes soon enough. Basketball l-3g Boys' Chorus I-2-4g Mixed Chorus l-2-4g Color Cuard 2g Driver Training. XVill he be his fatherls right hand man? RALPH Luxor HOPKINS 'K H0ppy," H Hop H Industrial Intended Vocation: United States Army What is worth having is worth fighting for. Class Vice-President 2-35 Intramural Volleyball, Basketball 3-4g Baseball 1-2-3-4. Reserved, a lot of fun when you get to know him. IVAN LELAND HOWARD, IR. " junior U Commercial Intended Vocation: Undecided Those that cannot keep up fall behind. Cleo Club Ig Football I-2-3-45 Basketball 1-45 Track 2-3-4g Mixed Chorus 1. NVhat would hc do if he eouldn't trade cars every week? EVA HoYT Commercial Intended Vocation: College All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen. Commercial Club 3g Fair Booth 3g Secretary for Mrs. Knox 4g Senior Play Make-up Conunittee 4. Quiet until you arouse her temper. EDUARDO Anruno IBARCUEN " Eddie " College Intended Vocation: Undecided A polite man is one who listens with interest to things he knows all about, when they are told him by a person who knows nothing about them. Baseball Manager 25 Senior Play Stage Manager 4. YVill he be following in his fathcr's footsteps as a "star-gazern? GERAIID W1NsToN INGALLS " Ierryf, " lay U College Intended Vocation: Medicine A man can reach no higher than he aims. Band 1-2-3-4g Orchestra 1-2-3-4, Assistant Conductor 4g Dance Band 1-2-3-45 All-State Music Festival 2-3-4g Music Council 4, President 4g Trumpet Trio 45 Chairman, junior-Senior Prom Committee 34 Intramural Volleyball, Basketball I-2-3-4g Speedball 3-44 Ski Team 1-2-3-4, Co- Captain 4g Graduation Connnittecs 4. The boy who can't wait to get to the University of Maine. iff" be "':- '25-C' t,',' P., ' aaa "nv "-'Z""'7 K N CHESTER DONALD JACKSON " Chetf' " Chesty 'l Industrial Intended Vocation: Electrical Trade School You are only young once, and after that you just think you are. Audio-Visual 4g Basketball 1-25 Baseball 1-2-3-45 Football Manager 23 Intramural Volleyball 2-3-45 Spcedball, Basketball 3-45 Senior Play 45 Fair Booth 2. Full of fun when you get to know him. FRED LFIALAND JACKSON, Jn. " Sonny 'l Industrial Intended Vocation: Farmer What you undertake to do, do it well. Football 1-2-3-4g Basketball 1-2-3-44 Track 1-2-3g Captain of Basketball 4. Easy going with the determination to bc a farmer. RACHEL ALICE JOHNSON " Raef, " Rach D Commercial Intended Vocation: Secretary Keep your face always toward the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you. Secretary to Mr. Recd 3-4g Program Committee for Business Club 35 Ollicc Girl 45 Secretary to Mr. Blood 45 Typist for LAUREL 4g Alumni Staff 4. Our most etlicient secretary, who is Mr. Cray's pct? GORDON M URHAY KEACH " Tefty D General Intended Vocation: United States Army A live wire never gets stepped on. His black leather jacket symbolizes him as docs a certain red head. NIARY SUE K1LPoN15N " Sukie D College Intended Vocation: Social Worker To jesus every day I fnd my lieart is closer drawn. Orchestra 1-2-3-44 String Ensemble 1-2-3g String Quartet 2g Girls' Chorus 1-3-44 Mixed Chorus 1-3-45 Intramural Basketball 1-25 Intramural Volley- ball 1. Shy and retiring. RONALD ELI KIZIRIAN " Ronnie " General Easy is, as easy does. Transferred from Tenney High School, Methuen, Mass. Military Cadets 1-2-33 Color Guard 2-3. Ronnie hasn't been with us very long, but we enjoy having him in our graduating class. VVENDALL josizvn Kounac Industrial Intended Vocation: Civil Servant A little quiet you may have surmised, but when you get to know him, youid be surprised. Our X-CI, who is liked by everyone. SUZANNE LUCE " Liggettf' " Susan 'i College Intended Vocation: College - Undecided It is only people who possess hrmness that can possess true gentleness. Field Hockey 1-2-3-49 Skiing 1-2-3-4, Captain 3-4g Softball 1-2-3-4, Co- Captain 44 Intramural Volleyball 45 Basketball 1-2-3-4g LAUREL Board 4g Hand 1-25 Orchestra 1-2g junior Prom Committee 3g Intramural Field Hockey 1-2. NVQ' can always expect to have a good time when " Lign is around. One of our best skiers. a- M ii'-un-f 4, 'Z' list tk. so 'C WENDALL BRYAN LUCE General and Commercial Intended Vocation: State Police Honor students are not always the ones that make a suc- cess in life. Intramural Volleyball I-2-3-44 Intramural Basketball I-2-3-4g Speedball 3-4. Our future Elvis Presley? EDXVARD Tuoxms IXIACUIIIE JR. 'S Mickey " Industrial Intended Vocation: College Fun is but a little thing. Football I-2-3-45 Basketball I-2-3g Baseball I-2g Intraimiral Basketball I-2-3g Intraiuural Volleyball I-2-3g Intramural Badminton 3. The boy with the mechanical bounce. IOANNE IVIARIE IXIARQUIS " lofi 'K joan I Industrial Intended Vocation: Housewife Speak no evil words of others, and no evil words will be spoken of you. Girls' Chorus I-23 Mixed Chorus I-2g One-Aet Play lg Future Home- makers of America 2-3-4g Fair Booth 2-3g Art 2g Intramural Basketball lg Intramural Volleyball 2-3-4g Secretary for Mr. Reed 4. jo is waiting patiently for graduation. XVonder why? IXIAVIS ELAINE IYIITCHELL " Mitch I' Commercial Intended Vocation: Husson College It is better to be thought a fool, than to speak and re- move all doubt of it. Fair Booth 35 Commercial Club 3g Senior Play Committee 44 Secretary for Mrs. Reed 4g Girls' State 35 Graduation Committees 4. One of our better secretaries who never stops laughing. ROBERT NICHOLS Q g ' Bobby " Industrial Intended Vocation: Navy Q I Men of few words are the best men. His ear is a mystery to all. .,x .L sr, 7 K V, DENNIS ALROY NORTON f " Norton " Industrial I Q Intended Vocation: United States Air Force cl Better to make a friend of a stranger, than to make a stranger of ll friend. Football Ig Music Ig Baseball lg Intramural Volleyball 1. Never takes no for an answer. KEITH NIALCOLINI NORTON " Norton " Industrial Intended Vocation: United States Army A live wire ncoer gets stepped on. Football lg Intramural Volleyball l. A man of many interests, the least of which is school. JERRY IXIELVILLE OLIVER " Oliver " Industrial Intended Vocation: Mechanic Live while you live because you will not get out of this world alive. Baseball lg Intramural Basketball I-2-3-45 Intramural Volleyball I-2. The taxi driver who never asks for money. i.Q..'gx 324' CIM" ELEANOR LOUISE OSBORNE " Sis 'I Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Happiness with a smile. Field Hockey 1-2-3-45 Basketball 15 Intramural Field Hockey 1-25 Intra- mural Basketball 1-2-3-45 Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-45 Art 1-25 F. H. A. 2. Our speedy defense player in hockey. CHARLES GARDNER PARLIN " Chuckf, " Pars U College Intended Vocation: Air Force Live today for tomorrow you may die. Basketball 1-2-3-45 Band 1-2-3-45 Baseball 15 Maine Music Festival 1-2- 3-45 Student Council 45 Intramural Volleyball 25 Graduation Committee 4. English is never dull with Beak's dry humor. CHARLYNE LOUISE PAUL " Blimpf' " Charlie 'I College Intended Vocation: Undecided Art 15 Orchestra 15 Field Hockey 1-2-35 Basketball 1-2, Manager 35 Softball Manager 35 Intramural Volleyball 1-2-3-45 Intramural Basketball 1-2-35 Intramural Badminton 25 String Orchestra 15 Graduation Com- mittee 4. Our stanch Democrat who is already on the road to being a fine novelist. SONIA ELIZABETH PEARSON 'K Sunnyf, " Skip U Commercial Intended Vocation: Housewife The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none in one"s self. Carnival Queen Candidate 1-35 Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-45 Mixed Chorus 1-2- 3-45 Commercial Club 35 Cheerleading 1-2-3-4, Co-Captain of Cheering 45 Fair Booth 45 LAUREL 4. Sheis not skating on thin ice, she's hitting a home run. RosEMAIIY LOUISE RACKLIFF " Rosie 'I College - Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided If at first you don't succeed try, try again. F. II. A. I-25 Intrainnral Volleyball 25 Senior Play 4. NVhat if the college moved out of town. DIANE RICIIAIIIJ " Grundy " College - Industrial Intended Vocation: Telephone Operator Lioe each day as if it might be the last. Orchestra 1-2-3-44 String Orchestra I-2-3, Concert Mistress 49 String Quartet 1-23 Composite Orchestra 1-4g Girls' Chorus I-2g Mixed Chorus I-24 All State Music Festival 2-3-4g Basketball 3-4g junior-Senior Prom Committee 3g Senior Play Committee 45 Driver's Education 45 Intramural Volleyball 4g LAUREL Board 4. Always screaming about something, but what fun she is. LESLIE WADE RICIIAIIDSON " Les " Industrial Intended Vocation: Service, Watch Repair We canlt all do everything. Football 1,2-3-45 Basketball I-25 Track 1-2-3-45 Orchestra 1-25 LAUREL Board 4. " Les " may be little but boy is he fastl BEVERLY JUNE ROBERTS M Bev Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided If you suffer, thank God, it,s a sure sign you are alive. Girls' Chorus 1-2g Mixed Chorus 1-2g Intramural Basketball 2-3g Imm- mural Volleyball 2-3-4: F. H. A. 2-3-4g Art 2. NVhat would " Bev do without her horses and Jerry? f Qi . vi 'Z' t. 357 -yr .fig DALE B. ROSENBERGER H Rosy U College Intended Vocation: Ministry The Lorcl is My Shepherd. Basketball 2-35 Mixed Chorus 2-3-49 Boys' Chorus 2-3-44 Intramural Basketball 2-4g Intramural Speedball 4g Intramural Badminton 45 Intra- iuural Volleyball 45 Audio-Visual 2g Senior Play 4. The field of ministry is getting a very likeable man F REDRICK ATIIERTON Ross " Freddief " Fred D College and Commercial Intended Vocation: F. S. T. C. If you try hard enough you can get or do anything you want or want to do. Football 2-3-44 Ski Team I-2-3-45 Track 2-3-4g Intramural Basketball I-2-3-45 Intramural Volleyball I-2-3-4g Intramural Specdball 44 Boys' Chorus I-2g Mixed Chorus 24 Band I-2-3-4g Orchestra I-2-3-45 Business Club 25 Audio-Visual 45 Student Council I-2-4. Our class Romeo and able skier. COLBY LAXVRENCE RYDEIK GK 9, Intended Vocation: Undecided Enjoy yourself, it is later than you think. Football I-2-3-4g Basketball I-3g Track 24 Honorable Mention on State and County Football Team. Quietg you'd never guess it on a football field. JUDITH EILEEN SAWYER M llldy D College Intended Vocation: Undecided Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone. Class President 2g Girls' Chorus I-25 Mixed Chorus I-24 Intramural Bas- ketball I-2-3g Volleyball I-2-45 Hockey Manager 3-45 Office NVorker 3-45 Senior Play 43 Graduation Committee 4. He'll never get away with that piercing eye. MAIICIIA ELLEN SAYWARD " Mushy," " Marshf, " Seaweed H College Intended Vocation: College - Teacher Give God thy broken heart, He whole will make it. Give man thy whole heart, and he will break it. Band I-2-3-45 Orchestra 1-2-3-4g Girls' Chorus 2-3-4g Mixed Chorus 2-3-45 All State Music Festival 2-3-45 Senior Play 45 Girls' State 39 Field Hockey 1-2-3-4g Basketball 1-2-3-4, Softball I-2-3-4, Captain 4g Intra- mural Basketball, Volleyball 1-2-3g junior Prom Committee 35 LAUREL Board 45 Fair Booth 1-2-3-45 Graduation Committees 4. How could we ever manage without Marcia's expert advice? lNlARGARET LEGGATI' SCOTT " Bonnie " College Intended Vocation: College - Undecided Only what we have brought into our character during life can we take away with us. Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4, Mixed Chorus I-2-3-4, Band 3-4, Orchestra 3-45 All-State Music Festival 2-3-45 LAUREL Board 4. She's not as quiet as she sometimes seems. ANITA MAE SMITH " Smitty," " Neataf' " Smith U College - Commercial Intended Vocation: College Speak not the faults of others until you have none of your own. Orchestra 1-2-3-4g String Orchestra I-2-3-4, String Quartet 1-29 Band 1-2-3-49 Girls' Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 45 All-State Music Festival 2-3-4. Always ready for a good time. DONALD WILLIAM SPILLER " Donf' " Shorty H College Intended Vocation: College of Technology, University of Maine If every man waited until he could do a thing well enough so that no one could find fault with it, nothing would be done. Student Council 2-3-4, Vice-President 3, President 4, junior-Senior Prom Committee 3, Football 1-2-3-4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 1-3, Manager 4g Track 35 Baseball 1-2-3-4g Audio-Visual 2-3-4, Intramural Basketball 2, Intramural Volleyball 2-4, Boys' State 3, National Merit Finalist. " Don" worked hard to reach the top of our class. V' 13 'fl' ,, , ,lb 'Q 4-,' 'Q-. JOYCE MAIIIE STEVENS " Iackief K' Jof' " joy l' General Intended Vocation: Housewife A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. Library 45 Ring Committee 2. Graduation is just around the corner, and so is George. KATHRYN LOUISE STRANV 'K Toddy U General Intended Vocation: Housewife We come and we cry, and that is lifeg we yawn and de- part, and that is death. Orchestra lg Band 2-3-45 Student Librarian 45 Betty Crocker Homemalcing Award 4. Never a dull moment once you know her. WALTER LEON TAYLOR, IR. " Sonny N Industrial Intended Vocation: Navy Don't press your luck, there's always someone better. Football lg Basketball 2-3-44 Baseball 25 Intramural Volleyball 3g Intra- mural Specdball 44 Graduation Committee 4. YVatch him blush when in certain company. LAWRENCE A. TURNER 'I Towhead D General Intended Vocation: College Why let the devil have all the fun? Intramural Basketball and Volleyball l-2-3. The class good humor man until a mood hits him. NCDRLIAN KENNETH TWITCHELL " Twitch," " Norm I' College Intended Vocation: College Think before you speak. Baseball I-2-3-4, Captain 44 Ski Team I-2-3-45 Football 1-2-3-45 Band I-2-3g Boys' State Alternateg junior-Senior Prom Conunitteeg Intramural Volleyball I-2-34 Basketball I-2-3-45 Badminton 2-3-4g Speedball 2-3-4g Audio-Visual 4g NVinter Carnival King 4, A wonderful skier with a jealous temper, once aroused. PATRICIA SUSIE VANDERIIOFF " Patf' " Vasnerholf l' College Intended Vocation: University of Maine I wept because I had no shoes, then I saw a man that had no feet. Future Homemakers of America 2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4g Cheerleader 3-4, Co-Captain 4g Senior Play 4g j.V. Hockey 35 Intramural Badminton 2g Intramural Volleyball I-2-3-45 Cami- val Queen Candidate 2-4. Changeable Pat, really keeps them guessing. INIURIEL JEANNE WHITE " jean " Commercial Intended Vocation: Nursing He that can have patience can have what he will. Field Hockey Ig Basketball 25 Band I-2-3-4. You can always find jean behind the ticket counter. LUCILLE ANN WILLIAMS " Luluf, " Luckf, " Lulubell U Industrial Intended Vocation: Undecided Smile and the world smiles with you. She is always noticed by her smile and reserved manner. Ab ,I X I I V -TC" is ANNE ADAMS ,faq K 6' ? 1:1 5 5 . n r 5 'W fs -- P' 1 A his -1 f-J' . gt.. xl ' Yglgffz' ' +'v,m.tftf 'wlim -- . I f Win- :-4 Af 5 sg: J- V- si " 'Q , 1,6 Q I? .. , W, . .,-SQ 'WL 4,4 .gg GEORGE GILBERT 2' fgslffi ., 4? . EVA HOYT' A JERRY ouvzk RICHARD IAMES WYMAN " Buster " Industrial Intended Vocation: United States Air Force Dorft press your luck, there's always someone better. WVhere does he keep himself? We never have found out. OTHER BABY PHOTOS IN ADVERTISING SECTION IEW' fs PHOTOS ,X if eww cuuncmu. ADA DAGGETT Duck HARQREAVES Bl LL Hlscock BROCE HODC-:KINS IVAN HOWARQ JR- 31 vm -Jussi ill is RACHEL .JOHNSON RONALD KIZAQIAN DENIS NORTON . ,pf V KEITH NOR-TON - - Ldv ft L . 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R M G TC eodo I upp anter I CHCC YRCC ancy Y e k Irene I-Jr-Iv-I . Rt n ' Idler ' I r I h .AI-.f B 'fa F ir, e ' M Ili All n Richar St o 1, r ul I I . ' Geo fe ,A hushandman I i I j il' .Ames na Louise F' , I I att I I verill N - G axwell ' la y acon V' I I I I I , ig amfornl Ail ig, e etc I o Gracious ennett I ' 'illi 'ilI, I ill iana oddess enson everl ' .Alic .'o ilit' ill r . ' erry I Ma ly - HS Iant lanchard I re ,lea , i I udit I rownrig a S HI' ake Mary Lou Rebellion fiel D A lady live er ld pear and rule ampbell lean ree F m Ioria lory 21 I I a. Serp s r Ii 'il Helmet ha o ld I I, I effrey e e h I y Glo ', I Parlin oberta rig , I y ail y P2 I odne ' Ier aul I tr C r CI g I i i n n Id Vo I I ' I avit X ll I ' d ote 'I m n ill ' is inbow I an I , I ichard ag a d homas Twi arrington Beatrice S ' ' OUIIII ethro I II al I ' avid B I d David ell beloved liz t ic u b ' h H Gloria Glorio s ' h S ' avi II I d ' Su ily Scott ri I right sea li inda Seppala e ti r Ii I I I , ' Shul Virginia Flourishing ild S ily Sinski an 0 I right in fame Smi riscilla irst ra r 'C G f 1 So d ichard l 'owl L ise I S avit ell beloved S I n S I I I Ify Da id elove aber S. a Hel er H II Peter A 11 'IUI' I 2 ol f yi i g a 'I I I i I Shirley aniily name II' SOII I IIPI S I '. 1' ' ,o g od ,' e r I in I' I ' .' IIHIZI Se i I ' 3 'il 1 I d rask . 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Elvxs Presley allas Pnscllla Smlth 1 mu Roberts proposes to Lmdy Clark as her The dummxes on the march The Freshmen take cover :mummy will The Lovers The Dummy Vmt Bacon and Vxrglma Schultz mug lt up Dxvm lfrkms gets mltlated by Penh Seppala 1n the mlddle of the Commumty Center floor Vmt Bacon s'1ys Thats my baby Y l l 3 QI F ri' 1 P .. . ,. . . . . . , , . 1.4 . ,A 1 f ll 11 I YS .I 1 ,. JN 'gs 5 5 i A 4, f . , . .. . .- l . H l 'fs' A Q Q, l ' ig T W? T , , 2 , L ' A V I esls s 25 T' si . 1 4 1 W HUI mfs '4 , 'film 1 ,-., A. I it .nl . Q X Left to right: Mavis Mitchell, Donald Spiller, Marcia Sayward. Girls' State At Girls' State each girl was a resident of a town and took part in the town meetings. After town meetings were over, primary and state elections were held. Any girl could run for representative, senator, governor, or any numerous county positions. After elec- tions, the Houses passed some bills and they became laws, so each girl saw how her state government was run. It was a wonderful week. Mavis Mitchell It was a wonderful experience and very educational. I didn't realize the value of our government and the many duties that it performs. I attended many lectures all of which were given by the outstanding political figures in Maine. The biggest highlight was meeting Governor Muskie and seeing our Capital. I wish there could be opportunities for more girls to attend conferences like this. Marcia Sayward Boys, State Boys' State is the best opportunity that a future citizen could possibly have to become acquainted with government in action. Under the guidance of the governmental leaders of this state, the boys have a chance to hold elections, and establish their own government. Boys' State is organized in such a way that every boy is given a chance to Lake an active part in the government of Boys' State which gives each and every one a much clearer understanding of how our own state government operates. Donald Spiller '41 , . 1? A S I .A h . 4 4 h N ' K X Q L., 1 C ' 1 B ll Frmlt How, lvft to right: Rolwrhl Bruce, Anno Adams, Tonya josvpll. Svrmuf How: jam Sinski, Nancy Avvrill, Clvnclolyn Dnnlmm, Diane Hodgkins, Norman P D Twitchvll, laxtric-in VLIIIIJUTIIOHQ, lutricizl Hall, Sully Sp:-ur. Tlzircl Huw: Rohn-rt Bigvluw, Frcck-rick Russ, xviuilllll Rounds, Clmrlvs Rounds. sy Z "ini Q 1- .-,-,,,....- .N . . x A 4 xg X fa ,X X, ,X fy, , ff' 5 X ff! ,,,, 4 'XQ5 X f M , Front Row, left to right: Ranger, W. Rounds, A. Adams, A. Mowatt, S. Could, P. Patterson, C. Parlin, G. Ingalls. Second Row: R. Burton, K. Fronk, C. Rounds, D. Maxwell, N. Averill, Knox, C. Collins, J. Berry, D. Knox, R. Hargreaves, F. Ross, R. Bigelow, M. Sayward. Third Row: T. Brooks, K. Straw, H. Brown, C. Richmond, D. Ayer, D. Haley, M. Maguire, B. Alexander, Lidstone, D. McCluskey. Band This year the band has thirty-six members. The band played at our annual concert, at rallies, and at football and basketball games. This year's orchestra has forty-six members. This year's orchestral activities included playing at one performance of the senior play and performing in several concerts. The chorus has a record number of members with the number at fifty-three. This organization is actually three groups, the boys' chorus, the girls' chorus and the mixed chorus, which is a combination of the first two. The activities of the chorus this year included a Christmas choral program, participation in the band concert, and furnishing entertainment at a Rotary meeting, Hi - P. T. O. meeting, and at the school public speak- ing festival. All three musical organizations participated in the Eastern Maine Music Festival, which was held in Madison this year. ln addition, the orchestra won national recogni- tion for Farmington High School's music department by winning a place in the national magazine, FIRST CHAIR OF AMERICA. Jiri ff:-' -.ge . m. , A . ljs1',9ikv' P F-fimfl -ww 1.. 'HH R rf .5 1 W 'eQf.j.m..: W1 - . i1f::F' .' 1 X' ' K .A LW 25? i.QE:i?fTf? 1 . QW ...wat ' , . , w I ' 1 rgaar -ig' "wr -S .il Q A . V' .1 .4 x S. h 1 + Q X Q p vis- X Q Z x v ,iv X Yi S K is Q X wi . .Sim Q 5,w.-gy .J - A .. W. - 4 t . ' U .H A wa . ls .5 3 a ' T f W P 'T iin XP!! .n fs? . fa n ,xx . x 1 A f ' w " ,lg f' Q f , F3 ' if YV pf" A' it V by 1 w x M" 5' 235 f 5 11 -, A t gtg, M M 3 1 I. I X- . " ' .ff f 1 ' f , fuk t fm? 5 ,W 9 i .u Ink, ' 'fs ' , - f , 1 V A -1. ,1 --'I . Q -X-.3-Q .2 W- W L A Q 45' ' w hy 4 ' K it L ' W , ' 1' ' ' ' e .EQ.zigs.: - 1 I . . ' - g., gQ,' 1. , fi. .4 z X ,M w wi we- ,M M, ,dw A M K ., . ff f wx- 1 -uw ,pax W 1 7. ' 2-.. if 5. i ublic Speaking -1 ,., "' J .wi ' -rx f" a--,xo-Y X .iii ' 3 Nik i 1"rm1t Huw, Ivft In right: Sarah Iam- B4-nnctt, Mrs. Sayward, Merle Gardner Sfwmul Hunt -luscpli Frary, Viiivcnt Hargreaves, David Perkins This year! lf. ll. S. pnlxiic speaking program was hc ni in room 13 on IN arci 'l'lic parlicimnts arc iiclurcd above. liacli speaker was given a rating of fair, 21,00 ccllcnt. or superior and presented 21 medal Q? 1' is V' 4.5 D A R Canchdates Xl Y t r ni X Rimini uhnson 1 ltflkll N nilhrliofi qv- X 1 1 i VJ . "0 J Freshmen Copperheads giving their skit at the election assembly Class Elections For a few weeks each fall there is a special atmosphere in the classrooms and corridors of Farm- ington High School. This is caused hy our class elections. VVe of Farmington High are fortunate to have such :1 democratic form of elections. ln form, our elections follow the same procedure as the national elections. There are lively caucuses, primary elections to choose the Mugwump and Cop- perhead candidates, and even " straw votes " are taken. Campaigning is vigorousg the walls are cov- ered with posters. Candidates make optimistic promises, many of which cannot possibly materialize. After the primaries, the field is narrowed down to the chosen representatives of the Mugwump and Copperhead parties, with a few independents. Un the day of the Final elections every student votes in the town voting booths. Usually an ofhce is won hy a small margin, so every vote counts. Once in a while a tie makes it even more exciting. After elections the posters are taken down and everything returns to normal. Soon class meetings are called hy the newly-elected presidents, and each class begins to make its plans for the year's activities. Boys Intramural Sports Duflllf, the noon hours the boys have an opportumty to play sports such xs xollcy ball haskethlll and speedhall 'Ieams are formed of the hoys xx ho xy mt to play Ihcsc teams play 'qwalnst elch other md hnllly the two ICIIHS Wlflfllllg the most exmes play Team B won the chlmplonshxp ol the Volleyball tournunent 'I he boys who played on lhlS team were Ceorge C xlhert Fred Ross Robert Ulmer Due Harbrencs ohn Kenny ID'lXld D1Stel1no Penettl Seppala md Roger Ryder The referees were Dale bombs Fred Iackson and Wllham Hlscock 7 ' Y Y ' ' 1 . ' 5 ' if ' ' Y ' , 1 , . ' ' . " ' '1 1 . " 1 1 Y.. 1 ' 1 N 1 , 1 3 " A Y J Y1 5 1 each other: and a champion is decided. . 1 Y 1 , .., , . . f . W, I , 4 ' 1 , e ' , 2 . C Y , , , u SPURT5 5 JSA 1. V. Front How, left to right: Diane Hobbs, Bev Benson, Linda Flint, Sally Spear, Suzanne Could, Nancy jellison, Elsie Osborne. Second How: lhlill'jLlll'C'f NVeleh, Barbara Alexander, Glenda Dunham, Myrna Wilkins, Pat Turner, Brenda Voter, Betsy Bigelow. Field Hockey The Farmington High School Cireyettes had a very successful season. The school should be proud ol' Mrs. Mclseanls undefeated team. Its strong defence allowed only two goals to be scored against them during the entire season. The Hockey team had a striving forward line that tallied many points. The team will miss its four seniors. They are: Suzanne Luce, Eleanor Usborne, Marcia Sayward, and Roberta Bruce. The Iunior Varsity could not quite equal the fine record set by the Varsity, but did win Five out of the seven games played. VAllSI'I'Y LINE-UP Left VVing .............................. jean Lidstone VARSITY Left Inner .........,...,................ Suzanne Luce CIN-1YETTES Oppmlvnt Pl2lC0 Center Forward ..... ...... I ane Lidstone Farinington 11 XVilton 0 Home Right Inner ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, j ill Flint Farmington 3 Cony 1 Away Right YVing ...... ............. I Uiane Ellis l'l1lfI11iflLZf0Il 4 KPIHS lllll 0 HOIHC Left Halfbaelc ,....... .....,. E leanor Osborne Farmington 1 Cony 0 HOIHC Right Halfbaek ...... ............. B etty Pratt l'lllfIIllfljll0Il 4 Ki'IllS Hill 0 AW1ly Left Fullbaelt ....., ..... lN larcia Sayward lfarniington 7 NVilton 0 Away Right Fullbaek ....... .,.. R oberta Bruce lfarinington 6 M. C. l. 1 Away Goalie ................... ....... H azel Brown Front How, left to right: Diane Ellis, jill Flint, jane Lidstone, Suzanne Luce, jean Litlstone. Second Huw: Manager judy Sawyer, Roberta Bruce, Marcia Sayward, Tonya joseph, Betty Pratt, Eleanor Osborne lCapt.J, Hazel Brown, Coach Stella McLean. Varsity Cross Countr l 14i-H gl.. Football Front Row, left to fight: S. Walker, E. Maguire, N. VVebber, C. Nash, C. Ryder, VV. Rounds, D. Oliver, C. Lord, F. jackson, Oliver, Mr. Friherg. Seroml Row: M. Gardner lMgrJ., T. Brooks, C. Rounds, F. Ross, F. Brahmer, R. Pratt, L. Richardson, U. Maguire, D. Hunter, Ryder lMgr.l. The Farmington Greys had an excellent season this year, winning six games and losing only three. This is better than they have done in the p2lSI three years. There was better team work this year than there has been in several years. The players under- stood the coach and followed their captain all the way. Although the team is losing six letter men, it will still retain five for next year's season. ln the first game, Don Spiller, one of the team's experienced ends and co-captain with Colby Ryder, was injured on the kick ofl. Don was lost for the season. The whole school is enthusiastically hacking the team for another successful year. This year, for the first time in about 15 years, F. H. S. participated in a cross country meet. Cross country running lost popularity with the advent of football, hut interest was again revived by our track coach, Mr. Downes, and with approximately three weeks to train, Farm- ington entered the Franklin County Cross Country Meet and offered stilf competition against larger and more experienced teams. Next year we are looking forward to a more complete season with a larger schedule . and training period. With the potential talent of this school, F. H. S. should pace a big threat to the county crown. J. Robin Bigelow S Front Row, left to right: Ray Pelletier, Cary Smith. Second Row: Robert Bigelow, Mr. Downes, Clyde Bennett. Varsity Front Hour, left to right: Diane Ellis, Anne Adams, Ada Daggett, Marcia Sayward, Avis VVeb- her, Diane Richard, Roberta Bruce. Seeoml How: Diane Hodgkins, Sherry Hemingway, jean Lidstone, Nancy Iellison, Mrs. Me- Lean, joy Riehard, jane Lidstone, Margaret XVeleh, Suzanne Miller. Girls' Basketball This year the Varsity team enjoyed a fairly successful year hy winning nine out of twelve games. Even though most of our games were low scoring events, and were won or lost hy one or two points, we proved to ourselves in our final game of the season that we could score haskets, hy defeating Wilton Academy 59-28. Our team was captained hy Roherta Bruce, who will he graduated this year, along with Anne Adams, Marcia Sayward, Diane Richard, and Ada Daggett. LiNE-UP CAME Stziisnuus F0f'U"f13 GUUNIS Farmington 37 XVilton 27 Anne Adams Roherta Bruce Fnnningtnn 59 vyiltnn 28 Diane Ellis Marcia Sayward Fnnningtnn 26 Kents Hill 15 jane Lidstone Diane Richard Fnnninntnn 32 Kcnts Hill 43 Sherry Hemingway Ada Daggett Fnnninntnn 35 jay 42 Nancy jellison Diane Ilodgliins Fnnningtnn Q8 Jay 33 AWS Wcllllfzr .lcim Li4lSf0Il6 Farmington 34 Livermore 32 Milf?-limi ll Vlfl' Farmington 30 Livermore 29 Mgrs. - joy Bicharcl, Suzanne Miller. lmrmlngton 47 M11diS0f- 23 Farmington 39 Madison 22 Farmington 35 M. C. I. 23 if gg it Farmington 36 Alumni 27 The lunior Varsity team included only Freshmen and Sophomores. They won nine and lost two games. Front Row, left to right: E. Osborne, B. Benson, C. Blanchard, N. Raeldifle, ll. Brown, B Pratt, C. Cook. L. Greenwood. B. Besaw. Seeoml How: S. Miller lMgr.l, B. Alexander, Folsom, C. Barrows, M. NVilkins, Coach Mc- Lean, l. Pillsbury, R. Nash, B. Doran, S. Lander, Richard tMgr.l. Varsity Front Row, left to right: Ronnic Pratt, Stephen Guest, Ivan Howard SL'cfm11Row: Coach 'l'im Mayo, Dale Coings fCo-Capt.l, Fred Brahmcr, Lawrence Grcenlaw Lyndon Clark, Charlcs Parlin, Fred jackson tCo-Capt.J, Douglas Oliver, Cary Smith Don Spiller CMgr.J Basketball 1957 Farmington I-ligh Greyhounds opened their 1956-57 basketball campaign on Novem ber 30, against Skowhegan, at Farmington and ended the season with a game against the lndians at Skowhegan on March l Between November 30 and March l, the Greys won three games and lost fourteen including two games at the Franklin County Tournament in Wilton The Greys' three wins came, on Ianuary 8, at Wilton, when Farmington tipped the Eagles in an overtimeg the second win came on lanuary 18 at Bethel when the Greys downed a Gould Academy quintet: Farmington High won their third game on their home court against the Sparts from Bethel, on February I2 Duffy Maguire Front How, Icft to right: -lcrry Oliver, Daniel Maguire, Richard Pratt, joseph Frary, Terry Brooks, Stanley VValker, joe Dyer. Sawmill Row: Lynn Chassic, Richard Daggctt, Ronald Chapman, Mr. Emery, Cc-orgc Nash, Walter Webber, Darryl Clement. ilU 13X Stare Claamlbiom 2 Y t r ltnli Seppala, Charles Berry, Alan Trask, john VVilson, David Haley, It-if I irlttr Diva Spear, Don Corson, Don Hunter, Clyde Bennett, Artie Compton, Kevin Cote, nn Brownrigg, Coat-li Friherg. Boys' Ski Team This year, the lfarmington Iligh School Ski Team proved to he one ol' the lnest in the history of the school. There was certainly much improvement in the Nordic events, jumping and cross-country. As expected, they were strong in the Alpine events, down- hill and slalom. Their most important meet, the Maine State Championships, was held at Farming- ton and Sugarloaf. The results ol the meets are as follows: Runiford ......................... ,........................ fi rst Edward Little Carnival ..... second llelmron ...,........................ ..... first Stephens Carnival ........ second I". H. S. Carnival .................................. Hrst State Meet .................... ..... fi rst New Englands .......... . ......,................. third Letter winners on this vear's squad are: Co-Captains lerry lngalls and Fred Ross, Norman Twitchell, VVilliam Rounds, lcky WVelvlver, Robin Bigelow, Iolin Kenney, Charles Rounds, and loseph Matthieu. manager. Coach Gould is looking forward to next season with lcliy Welilier, Rohin Bigelow, lohn Kenney, Charles Rounds, Dave Clark, llave Pierce, limmy Matthieu, George Ames, and lack Berry. Front Row, left to right: Mr. Could. XY. Rounds, C. lngalls, F. Ross, N. Twitthell Second Row: Mattliieu, H. NVt-lilier, C. Rounds, Kenney, R. Bigelow. Frosh Basketball Girls' Ski Team E Q - -on all Iront Rott It t to ri 'lit S117 lnm f ould in Sinslci Lindt llint Iintli Cirmt Suomi Rott Bttsx Bigtlow ill llint Amti Nlowttt Sllllllfll Luci The girls' ski team had a very successful year. Their lirst meet was at Farmington with Wilton, Rents Hill, and Waynllete. Their second meet was at Bridgton with Wayn tlete, St. Mary's ol' the Mountains, and Wilton. The girls won both ol' these meets by large margins. A meet with Kents llill and North Conway was canceled because ol no snow. Coached hy Richard Luce, the members ot the team are Captain Suzanne Luce Mgr. Suzanne Gould, Iill Flint, Anita Mowatt, Betsy Bigelow, Linda Flint, Linda Carnic Girls Softball The softball team managed to pull through with three wins, and three losses. The three games were lost by only a few runs. The team as a whole did an excellent job. The spirit was high and the sportsmanship was considered outstanding. Seniors who are missed this year are: Carol Reed, Alice Fronk, Patricia Beal, ami Deanna Alexander. and lan Sinski. Lois Frost Farmington 12 jay 16 Farmington ll M. C. I. 18 Farmington 12 Kents Hill 9 Farmington 3 NVilton 8 Farmington 7 jay 5 Farmington 9 XVilton 5 VARSITY SOFTBALL V. SOFTBALL Front Rtllf, Iuft to right: Diane Ellis, Suzanne Luce, jill Front Row, left to right: Barbara Bisaw, Diane lillis, Sherry Flint, Sherry Heiningwav. Hemingway, Naney Iellison, Betsy Bigelow. Second Row: jean Liclstoue, Tonya joseph, Marcia Szlyvvurfl, Second How: Mrs. Mt-Loan, janet Campbell, .loan lfolsoin, Max Glenda Dunham, jane Lidstone, Mrs. Mellt-an. ine Mitchell, Tonya joseph, Brenda Voter, Glenda Dunham fu. iygijg A I Lf C.-2 tg -sg Q ' an ---... ...rv -go V. l E NNE lv Front Row, left to right: Ryder fhigrj, G. Smith, C. Pillsbury, B. johnson, P. Hoar, R. Ho ir C Berferon 1 , .. - g . Second Row: E. Langen, R. Pratt, R. Hopkins, NV. Hiseoek, L. Clark, N. Twitc-hell, Good- win, NV. Rounds, Mr. Friberg. The following is the record of the baseball team for the season of 1956: SANDY-ANDY LEAGUE CHAMP1oNs NVon...5 Lost...l Farmington 5 Wfilton 4 Farmington 12 jay 4 Farmington 14 jay 0 ' " Farmington 4 VVilton 5 Farmington 3 Livermore Falls 2 Farmington 3 Livermore Falls 1 Boys such as Charles Pill- The Varsity baseball season was one victorious season. bury, Ronald Hoar, Phil Hoar, Bruce Iohnson, Norman Twitchell, Gary Bergeron, Ronnie Pratt, Gary Smith, Iames Goodwin, and Lyndy Clark did much to bring the champion- ship to the Greys. Our two leading pitchers, Ronnie Hoar and Gary Bergeron, showed their ability time and time again as they came through in the clutches. Ronnie Hoar was our captain who led our team to victory in hitting, pitching, base running and field- ing too. Our Iunior Varsity played some six games. Track Last May the track team ended its 1956 campaign by placing third in class M in the state track meet at Colby College. F. H. S. placed first in the county track meet for the 13th successive year. Our runner-up was lay. Donald Seavey set a new county record by doing the 880-yard run in 2 minutes and 8.1 seconds. Charles Twitchell, Fred Ross, and Bruce lohnson were our three main stalwarts and were largely responsible for our season's victories. Front Row, left to right: L. French, C. Pillsbury, D. Seavcy, B. johnson, R. Big- elow, F. Ross, S. Walker, M. Gardner fMgr.D. Second Row: Mr. Downs, R Oliver, Berry, D. Daggett NV. Rounds, F. Dyer, L. Thompson, F. Brahmer, R. Thompson, Frary fMgr.J. a 'xx . Q . F are rr ' ,J I it 1:5 Baseball 1956 f F r. f ,uf rw' digg ' LITERHTURE 6 X I f HOW LUCKY WE ARE' Dtd you ever stop to thmk about ll how lucky we Ire 9 Oh sure I grumble too many ttmes too much Dont wc tllp We become so lngrossed III our own affatrs that all we do ts complnn about xt to ourselves or we make 1 nuts tnce of ourselves by complnn mg to others But stop and thtnk Compare yourself wrth others less fortunate than you Arent you lucky? Thrnk about people behrnd the Iron curtam They go to bed that ts lf they have a bed wtth thtt rncessant leehng letr They wake up nn the mormng but only to hnd that fear 15 greater at dtybreak und CIUCSIIOIIS such ts these run through their mrnd Wrll we be ahve vv uh the trll ol tnothcr lllglll will vve be en wif m trts e e est ' s xke 1 shit ovv vtt never lelves them me could run tl they had the strength but vvhat good would 1t do? Fear hunger md other such thtngs are right there when they stop to rest There rs no way out' But how lucky we are that we hve 111 a lree natlon and worshxp our C od rn the way that we th1nk best We have consxdered freedom and poverty Now let us thmk about health What are your handicaps? So many ttmes arent We all gullty ol complaunng about headaches a pam ln the btck 1 crtmp Ill the leg or some other hy pochondrnatnc thtngs Compare your mmor xll ments w1th perhaps a person who IS mrssmg h1s rrght hand both legs or maybe just a httle hnger But d1d you ever stop to thmk how rmportant your httle hnger rs? Arent we luckter than the handrcappedp It you thxnk you have a rtght to complam look around you Arent you better off than 21 lot ot people? 'Ihmk back How many other tlmes have you had the same everyday problems that you th1nk you have now? Dndnt tt always work out all rxghtp Mavbe you really do have a real problem lf you re sure that you do dont just complaln about 1t Do somethmg about lt' Cylenda Dunham SHOULD WE LOWER THE VOTING AGED" A hxghly dxscussed subject today ts bhould the votmg age be lowered to e1ghteenP There can be two answers yes or no but both answers are debatable Many beheve that 1f a boy IS old enough to defend hrs country, sacrrficmg and endangerrng h1s hte m a branch of the servlee then he IS old enough to vote Maybe thls IS true but 15 he m tture enough to make decrslonsp Many boys go IIIIO the armed servtces because they arent sure ot what the future holds for them Some go rnto the armed servxces before they recetve an educanon and many are drafted Do they have enough wlsdom to understand how the government must be run? A mayorxty of them I would say no some yes It takes ttme experrence md knowledge to acquire pohttcal judgment Many teenagers today thmk they know everythlng there rs to know and lf gxven an opportuntty to vote would vote wxsely Probably three fourths ot the teenagers dont know how a brll rs passed through the congress I rmagme many ot us understand and know about the government I thtnk the votrng age should be lett as tt lb VVe have gotten along hne so lar and tt we contmue the country wtll grow not only tn knowledge but tn busxness Irll Flmt SEASONS Autumn' When the leaves are fallmg And the skles are dull and gray When lack Frost begms h1s calhng And the bun s seen less each day Wmterl When the lee ts cracking And the snow comes down so whlte And the wmd the snow ts packxng Round the Wtndows Ill the night Sprmg' Ihe tune when leaves are budding And the skles tre ha7y blue When the hrst new grass IS comxng And the btrd songs heard anew bummer' When the earth IS sunny And the days Ire long and falr When the bees are makmg honey And we hve wtthout a care Mary Lou Oakes WHICH WAY? 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Th1s problem now effects the l1ves of every one of us, and Wlll cont1nue to do so even more ID the near future It IS very concuvable that ent1re nat1ons perhaps even modern cn 1l1 Zatron, could be vv1ped out 1n a matter of hours Shouldnt we all be concerned about such trag1c facts? ust stop and thmlc what would happen lf the L S yust pulled up st1kes ID every nat1on of the world, and refused to g1ve 1ny a1d whnsoevcr How long would 1t t1lse the RUSSIZIII I,mp1re to LIOIHIIIZIIC nearly 1ll of thc free world? Th1s would be nearly as bad IS total dcstrutnon, only a slower and 1nore pa111ful death If world vv1de trouble should ar1se, ll w1ll be up to us, the c1t1zens of tomorrow, to faght for the freedom whtch th1s country has and IHUSI preserve How can anyone be of 1ny help to h1s country 1n t1me of war, 1f he IS 1gnor1nt of the IIHIIFS of that country? We grumble about 1ncreased government taxes I-Iow many of us try to . ' ' . .' Y , .L , . 'I 1 A ' 1' - - - - ' . ' 'L' . 1 l. 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A Q. . 1, L , A.. . ,V , L 2. 1 1 ,1 7 . 1 . - ' O 2 , 1 I . . understand the reason for such hugh sums of money We Amerxcans are very fortunate The weight of the world seems to rest on our shoulders and we must strxve to make thls a better world to live ln Rrchard Hargreaves THE LIFE OF A FRESHMAN We start out so eager To do everythmg rlght But all upperclassmen Thmk were not very brrght The classes confuse us At tnmes we get lost We go up the wrong statrs And down we get tossed The teachers are patrent They try to explaxn But once rn a wh1le After school we remann The days go along We gradually learn Next year when frosh come Well then have our turn Duane Hobbs B R R R Now I would lrke to ask you one sxmple questlon Is there anyone who can say that they really enjoy cold weather? Thlnk for lust a mlnute skl enthusiasts before you answer th1s questlon I know you enjoy cold weather as lt means there wlll be snow for you to skl on but lf ll was possxble to enloy all the winter sports ln a warm cllmate IS there anyone who would pxck Alaska over Florlda xf they had thelr choxcep As far as I can see there 15 only one advantage to cold weather Thls IS the chance that school may be called off because there are so many people absent You must admlt that the drs advantages far out welgh thls one advantage Cold weather results 1n cold feet cold hands cold ears and lust plaln colds How many of you have trxed to start your cars on a real cold morning but they yust wouldnt turn over? You must admxt that thrs can be very exasperatlng as well as costly rf the car has frozen up and the block has been cracked How many of you really enyoy havmg to put on all those extra clothes before going out to stay for any length of tlmep I am sure I don tl As you walk out ln the brlsk cold arr on a frosty mormng the first thmg that meets your frost brtten eyes rs some unfortunate soul trymg to start hrs car If the axr 1snt blue w1th cold lt soon turns that way w1th obscene language Now I w1ll ask you agaln Is there any one that really enloys cold weather? Donald Splller A GENERAL STORE Have you ever vxslted a general store? I mean a general general store where you can find anythrng from cosmetlcs to hardware or from grocerles to clothes and a few toys Even a post office where the mall comes ln and goes out twrce a day I would lrke to attempt to tell you what the atmosphere IS around such a store It opens anywhere from 7 00 to 8 00 A M The proprxetor and hrs helper get the place lookmg half way respectable I mean that they sweep and put thmgs up on the shelves But lf wont look that way for long' Around 9 00 a few scattered customers begrn to come IH and buy a few thmgs Among these people IS a nice old man whom we shall call Alec The store wouldnt be complete wlthout htm I-I stays at the store all day talkrng wnth the cus tomers and helpmg out domg odd jobs around the store Around noon the mall comes tn and the store IS packed w1th people xx altrng for rt to be sorted work gather 1n a corner on boxes stools some just standlng There they begm telling all thelr fish stones whlch probably have already been told the day before but th1s time they are a lxttle bigger At nlght there rsnt too much busmess around 8 00 except a few chrldren runmng ln and out to buy candy and rce cream The men are stlll 1n therr corner even as late as 8 30 or 9 00 P M At 9 30 everyone 15 shooed out of the store and the proprxetor takes a last look around before gorng home to make sure everythmg IS ln place Thls ends our day at a general store Dlane Hodgkms COSY ON GUM CHEWING To be an expert gum chewer you must follow these rules 1 Chew at least a package a day 2 Snap rt mcreasxngly , , X . . . 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Y I 3 Make sure rt stays rn your mouth 4 Always frnd rt relaxrng Lets start wrth rule No I If you can afford to buy a package of gum a day by George you ve made first base In accordance wrth rule No 2 rf you can snap rt wrthout havrng some one snap at you then you have slrd rn at second base As for rule No 3 you are a neat chewer rf you keep the gum rnsrde your mouth and you re headed for thrrd base Next comes the hardest of all If you can chew a pack a day wrthout hawrng your raw ache your ears crackle and your mother thoroughly fed up wrth you Brother you ve made a home run Larol Greene MY FIRST EXPERIENCE ON SKIS One Sunday afternoon I got enough courage to try that all trme favorrte wrnter sport called skrrng I had been over to the skr slope a number of trmes but hadn t had enough courage to take the tow rope and go to the top of the sope The day Fmally came when I placed my hands on that rope and started on my long dreaded rrde One of my frrends was rn front of me whrle another rn back I hadn t gone more than managed to get under the tow rope whrch made thrngs more drfhcult When I finally pulled myself up I went rrght back down and trred rt agarn Whew' I frnally made rt up l sard Now to get down' Off I started but not for long I found myself rn a great brg heap half way down the slope covered from head to foot wrth snow Well I sard to myself theres only one way to get to the bottom and that s to get up and try agarn When I found myself at the bottom of the slope I was so covered wrth snow so cold so trred out and oh so glad that I sard to myself rf I lrved through rt once I can lrve through rt agarn lNow after that frrst dreaded experrence I go skrrng more often and love every mrnute of rt Ioy Rrchard THE HAPPY WANDERER When I was about three years old a frrend of ours Mr Currrer Holman gave my brother Pete a beagle I-Ie was about two months old wrth the saddest lookrng eyes and ears whrch were almost as long as he was Peter was about seven years old at the trme and durrng that frrst summer he went up to my grandfathers farm a lot of trmes to help hrm hay The frrst few trmes that my grandfather came after Peter Muggsre as we had named the rup although I do not know why would get rather uneasy when Peter left Fmally one day when Crramp came Muggsre was out rn the yard and when they left he followed them runnrng behrnd the car all the way to the farm After several such trrps Muggsre got really smart and found a short cut and from then on he usually beat them to the farm It was pretty much the rule of the anrmals rn our house at the trme we also had seven cats Muggsre had a charr all hrs own and he resented any one else usrng rt When anyone would srt rn rt he would srt rrght rn front of them and look them rrght rn the eye and some trmes he would wag hrs tarl and whrne If the person could not figure out what Muggsre was upset about he drd when he got up because the seat of hrs pants would be covered wrth dog harrs Beagles are famous for wanderrng and Mug gsre had hrs share of trrps Once my father let hrm out of the car up on Mosher Hrll and we drd not hear a word from hrm for almost a week Fmally we heard rumors that there was a strange beagle rn New Vrneyard We went front of the krtchen stove was our frrend Muggs e He finally wandered for the last trme H was about eleven years old and strll cocky as ever We always sard that Muggsre thought he could lrck hrs werght rn bobcats Thrs trme he met somethrng that was too much for hrm He had been gone on one of hrs trrps and we had put our usual ad rn the paper One day a man on my fathers paper route told us that an old beagle had come to hrs house and that he had taken hrm rn and fed hrm He sard that he stayed around lust gorng out durrng the day for short trrps One nrght Muggsre came drag grng rnto the shed wrth hrs chest all torn apart apparently he had met up wrth erther a bear or a bobcat and had not been able to get away The man sard that he fed hrm and fixed hrm as comfortably as he could and left hrm for the nrght The next mornrng when he came out to see rf he was all rrght he sard that Muggsre was rrght where he had left hrm sleeprng the nrght before Muggsre had eaten hrs last meal and gone to sleep the last brg sleep an he would wander no more Norton Webber . 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W d A TYPICAL 8th PERIOD The dtstant rumble grows louder and can now be reeogmled 15 the poundxng, shuflltng stum blmg llld st 1gger1ng ot lootsteps belongtng to about 4a deltnquents about to crash the gates of Home Room 739 Some sltnk 1nto thetr seats whtlc others cltmb tnto them much ID the fashton of a rtder mount mg a horse There are vartous methods and modes employed by thls assortment of characters to se tt themselves About twenty mtnutes and forty res1st1ng 1dolescents l1ter Mr Downes has thtngs quleted down to the pornt where rt would be posslble to study wxth efIort lf one would make such Ill unheard ot effort In real1ty th1s IS a pertod lor study whteh should be put to good adxan t1ge but there are many unrque and welrd thrngs whteh tr1nsp1re at th1s ttme ln one eorner there rs constant b1eker1ng, brrbmg buytng, selltng and bedlam tn general whtle the homework blackmarket 15 ln session IIIIIS tn assumpnon, IS symboltc of a stock holders meettng In the back row, some talented young sculptors are carvtng the tops of thetr desks Assorted SIZCS ot sprtballs and paper plmes made from yesterdays math test or Nlondtys I'ngl1sh glide through the atr 'slr Downes though hardly Bewttehed but somewhat Bothered and Bewlldered ly tt 1ll gl1res susptetously at the sea ot taces which obstruct hrs stew Each eherubte, angeltc and moronte l1ee drlps wtth tnnoeenee leawlng Mr Downes poor, confused n11nd pondertng over where these gutded and mtsgulded mrsstles e mae from I'he dtsmtssal bell rings and 15 met wtth hoots ol der1s1on 1nd delrght whtle .1 wtld stampede ol yusemles bolt for the door Fmally, tn span of a few seconds we emerge through the port 1ls of thts Temple of Knowledge 1nto e gre tt outdoors and th1s, dear reader, 15 the en of a perfect day Eddre Langen AUTUMN IN MAINE Autumn tn Mune NVlll'l tts trosty morntngs warm dtys 1nd tool esemngs tts brrght blue skres, turns the le nes to red and gold The IHOUIll211Hb 1nd l11lls1des ITL masses ot brtght colors or tnge, gold 1nd red mtngled wtth the ewergreens and the grey lllll yellow btrches The bxrds are begmnmg thetr flrght south, tor as we look 1nto the sky we see 1 V lormatton agatnst the blue moxmg southward, renatndlng us that autumn IS here 1nd that wtnter 1 slowly treeprng upon us Autumn 19 h1rxest tune rn lhltllllfi The apple orchards are relresed ot tl1e1r treasures the crops Ill the held are h trxested and the pumpkms are gathered Wh1t 1 pretty pteture the harvest he-lds make the pumpkms tn prles scattered here 1nd there llllllllg the eorn shocks One e1n 1etu1lly smell ttll rn the atr The smell ot burntng leues .1 typre 1l 1utumn smell, ts always assoettted wtth thts season As the days ptss by, the tutumn le nes of red and gold stlently l1ll one by one unttl at last the sktes are grey the snowH1kes descend upon us, turnrng ewerythrng III thelr p1th to a frosty whtte, and another lllllllllll tn M une has passed Rachel Iohnson SCHOOLS I thtnk th1t I sh 1ll nexer see X school 1 goyous pl tee to be A school wrth books 1nd teachers too Who pass out homework tor us to do A school wtth rooms l1ere 1nd there And desks Wllltlll them eserywhere A school where tune 15 not so lree And classes go on lor etermty A school where rules 1re made to obey And where the chrldrcn have ltttle to say But I guess all thts w1ll hate to be Lause we c1nt le1rn II home, you see Crayle Cfreenw ood . . 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I 33 I T, I ss '51, 952 Laurls Barley U S Arr Force Davrd Bosworth Hazel Bosworth Mrs ohn Dorlty Theodore Bradley Marrled kenneth Churchlll U S Army Dorrs Conley Freda Farrmgton Franklln County Memorlal Hosprtrl Daud Fermn Employed at the State House udrth Flrnt Portland Dlllllflff Folger Mrs Whrtney Lyon B1rb1r1 C oxe Mrs Lawrence Letoureau C lrre C reenlaw U S Navy C lennys H lley Mrs Martrn Savage X clorr H trrrs Mrs Bernard Pressey Flllabeth Hawes Mrs Kelth Alexander Phlllnp Hobbs Marrled Iohn Hodgkrns At Home Sylxm Hodgklns Employed rn Farmlngton Town Managers Office Vernon Hodgkrns U S Navy Aus Hopkms Teachlng IH Belfast t10n Arthur Lambert Marrred C lenda Iamkrn Mrs Wayne Mowatt Iulranne Lrntoln WOFk1ng rn Boston Plrzabeth Metcalf Mrs HHFYIS Arthur Mrtchell Teachlng 1n Strong Hrgh School Lorrarne Nxes Farmrngton Telephone Ofhce Mrs Frank Hodges Frances Osborne In Conn Fred Prllsbury Employed by Luermore Shoe Lrvermore C eorge Pillsbury Teaching IU Llsbon Falls Roberta lorter Mamed Workrng rn Mass lalrzabeth Robblns Mrs Donald Crover Blame Robmson I W Sexton Co Davld Russell Alan Smrth C1v1l Engmeer Dtanne Soule Mrs P R Ergurvel Rachell Stexens Mrs Rlchard Damrxn Harrxet Sturtevant Mrs Norman LaVerd1er C oldena Thomas Mrs Carrol Small Alblon Tracy Marrred Donald Turner Executne of Porteous Mltch ell and Braun Ieanette Walte Worklng 1n Lewlston 1953 Arnold Akerley Boston Un1vers1ty Herbert Allen U S Army Malone Andrews Mrs Robert C rover Ioseph Besaw Workmg rn Conn Drane Butler Katherlne Cnbbs Boston Margaret Butterfield Mrs Turnell Whrttxer Arthur Conley U S Navy Lawrence Cook At home Farmrng Bernard Dans Marrred workrng rn woods ames Dav1s U S Army Donald DeRoche U S A1r Force Sally Dlngley Mrs C earry Ranger F S T C Rodent Dyer Bowdom Larry Ellls U S A1r Force l'arlFenw1ck U S Marlnes Robert Codlng U S Army Stewart C oodw1n F S T C Dorothy Cyray Mrs Frank Berry Robert Hall U S Navy Marrlyn Harr1s Nora Harris Mrs Hayden Farrlngton Lourse H1nkley Mrs Mrlton Farrmgton Rrchard Huart Colby College Constance Hutchms Mrs Wendall Kolreg Martrn Savage Western Auto Store Alden Small Unxversnty of Marne Carolyn Stevens Mrs Thayne Heath Roy Stewart Lumbertng New Vlneyard C ayle Taylor Mrs Edgar Dav1s Arthur Taylor U S Arr Force Donald Watson F S T C Peter Webber Mrddlebury College Arthuretta Welch Telephone Ofhc 1n Texas Arlo Whrte UDINCYSIIY of Marne 1954 Ioyce Adams Mrs Robert Lovell Wrltred Atwell U of M IWHICC Besaw Mercy Hospxtal Portland Vernon Brown I U S Marrnes Iohn Brownrrgg Pratt and Whltney Arrcraft Conn WIHHIC Butterfield Mrs C corge MtCorm1ck Shirley Cook Employed by I I Newberry ln Farmlngton Edgar Dav1s Lumberlng Ellen Dav1s Mrs Paul Currrer Wrlham Drehl U S Arr Force Marllyn Farrar Mrs Lloyd Porter Ioseph Frsh At Home Harvey s Esso Statxon Kenneth French U S Navy Phlllp Gagne At Home rn Skowhegan Carhsle Goodwrn F S T C Howard Greene Ir At Home Navy Reserves Rrchard Grover ZIOD Blble Instrtute East Provrdence R I 1 ' ' - . 1 ' I ' ' - . . - , ' , t I Y. - . , . 7 . 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C . -1 9 A w . - . , it ' ' , 1 A Lots Cuest Mercy Hospxtal Portland Donald Haney Employed by Mr Mxlo Haney Sherldan Hargreaves Workmg at Home Charles Harns Falrbanks Catherme Hlscock Mrs Richard Davrs Elanne Hoar Mrs Lew Stevens Ioyce Hobbs In Augusta Iudxth Howatt Abbott Wheelock College Myrtle Hoyt Mrs Donald Haney Terence Keef U of M Betty Labree Mrs Ralph Whrtney Wrlltam MCLOfmlCk U S Arr Force Autnce Moore Mrs Raymond Buchmrnster Eltzabeth Osborne Mrs Robert Nfiulton Lawrence Parent Ir U S Arr Force Quxnn Parker At Home F S T C Brenda Perry Mrs Eugene Morrls Glorna Porter Mrs George Plllsbury Iane Quxmby U of M Lola Redlevske Mrs Iohn Murray Regma Robbms At Home Frederrck Pratt Self Employed Ronald Robbms Carnegne Insutute Anne Schafer F S T C Iudxth Soule U S A1r Force Mary Anne Tarbox Stenotype lnstttute os on County Memortal Hospntal Phrlrp Tracy Working ln New Vlneyard Iannette Walker Employed at the Flrst Na tronal Bank Farmmgton Mnchael Walsh U S Arr Force Gall Wescott Mrs Stanley Whxttrer Elnora Whetmore F S T C Donald Whttney U S Marlnes Mxchael Wrllns Mame School of F1ne an Applted Arts Irene Cushman Mrs Charles Gwen 9 Donald Alexander U S Arr Force George Andrews U S Army George Beale U S Coast Guard Shrrley Ann Benson Studymg to be Lab Techmcxan Pratt Dtog Glorla Bergeron Mame Dowel Company OfHce Bettte Black Mrs Leslle Trxpp Allen Butterfield U S Army Amta Butterlleld Mrs Clyde Allan Thomas Cochran U of M Edtth Conley Boston Mass Davrd DeForest U S Arr Force Beverly DeRoche Forster Mfg Co Paul D1 Stefano Employed by the town Melvm Dumeny Hartford Conn Iolean Flmt U of M Phxlrp Folger Ir Iohn Gay Bowlmg Green Ohto David Grant F S T C Iohn Guest St Francxs College Lourse Hall Boston Mass Brllxngs Hannaford U of M Donald Hardy At home Roland Hargreaves New Vmeyard Shlrley Hobbs Mrs Guy Brann Douglas Hodgkms U of M Rosalyn Howard Regtster of Deeds Ofldce Ieanette Hutchrns Forster Oiftce Iean Iackson Medxcal Techmcxan Franklm County Memorlal Hosprtal Farmmgton Dorxs Kelley Mrs Robert Wxght Farmmgton C all Luce Mrs Donald Turner Portland Raymond Luce Mame Dowel Company Noreen McCorm1ck Mrs Iohn A Pxllsbury Anne Denise M Kenney Mame Medtcal Cen e Deborah Mallett Connectlcut College for Women Bertha Mason Workmg rn East Wnlton Donald Maxwell Bristol Mame Middlebury College Beverly Nxes Vero Beach Florida Dorothy Nottage F S T C Robert Olxver I U S Army Kexth Parker U S A1r Force Beverly Paul Mrs Regxnald Gammon Ann Pxllsbury Thomas Business College Wllllam Pratt Colby College Sonya Pulclfer Westbrook umor College Beverly Redlevskc Forster OfTice Donald Robbms Carnegte Instxtute Lloyd Robmson Calxforma Sayward Ross F S T C Robert Roux The Knowlton Bt McLeary Co Ieanette Smtth Boston Mass Drew Stearns Ir F S T C Amta Stewart F S T C Ethel Straw At home Mrs Lawrence Drake Mary Iane Sturtevant Boston Mass Wmfield Tolman U S Arr Force Iean Tnpp Farmxngton Shoe Factory Beverly Webber Farmlngton Shoe Factory Gerald Webber U S A1r Force Lucxus Webber Skowhegan Busmess School CCClll3 Welch Mrs Blame Robmson Stanley Wheeler Workmg IH Shoe Factory Bruce Wmg New York ' - . 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HAZEL CARIGNAN STARBIRD LUMBER CO STRONG MAINE ONE LOWELL S MARKET Qualify Groceries and Meats Cob Smoked Bacon, Ham, Loins, Shoulders WEST FARMINGTON MAINE OITT lfhen S O Jack's Trading Post GENERAL MERCHANDISE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK , ' 'TWT E lm? o o A S ' 5. an fy . n I 'lc it it Complimenfs of O at 1 om imenfs of LUMBER - BOX BHOOK - BUILDING MATERIAL 34 I C pl' 1 f ELUSIVE THINGS ARE NOT EASILY CAPTURED IT TAKES MORE THAN A NET TO CAPTURE SOMETHING AS ELUSIVE AS A DISTINCT PERSONALITY la IT TAKES AN ARTISTS HAND Y AND TOUCH -13 THE SKILL THAT COMES WITH YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE -ly A WELL EQUIPPED COMFORTABLE STUDIO TO PUT YOU AT YOUR EASE Je lace radar Farmmgton O O . . . K M V, X .,.' I . . . E E . . . I o annul Compliments of THE WAYSIDE GRILL .NVQ CHARLES PARLIN JEAN WHITE DAVIS 8a ROLFE We Sell Better Living HODGKINS STORE General Merchandise W I LT O N TEMPLE MAINE 5 2022 Preston s Policies Provide Proper Protection PRESTON INSURANCE AGENCY FARMINGTON Te 2831 MAINE YOUR PEACE OF MIND IS OUR BUSINESS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE The Shoppers' Headquarters for AUTO SUPPLIES BICYCLES 8 WHEEL GOODS TOOLS 8- HARDWARE FISHING TACKLE 8. SPORTING GOODS GARDEN 8. FARM SUPPLIES TOYS 8. GAMES YEAR 'ROUND TOURAINE PAINTS MALL POWER TOOLS 3 5 BROADWAY Tel 4888 FARMINGTON, MAINE N, , .K F H . fl 2. I? 7, . 'Q W A ji ,.:, , I-ui-Q 5 ,x p -N If' A ' I H pf , 5 .'-F73 'eff' 1 -K , ' gm, I. A Qr . '-I , ' ll ' ' ll I I O O U O First National Bank Building I. in KNowuoN 2 McLEARY co LETTERPRESS FARMINGTON MAINE M Jw l UM -H545 Jawa TH lf O ESTABLISHED 1871 O CHURCH STREET U I 0 ' , 'X QX Q K ""-f I V nk . , ,. -- A J' i X' urge. - Ji' - E x E... - f i-Sf 'L 41- -------- ,P ...... V ., .v... s Eziiiiiiiiiifiitigfii T" -T....: E- f A ...WF F11 U I Y H A R 'I '.. ,iZ'f E TRI MILL CHAPTER M B Chisholm a ne - IB! ...- M EKNAPPa.soN , ""I FARMINGTON Repa r Servlce Weld ng USED CARS Q 3 Racllator Service S 'NY' L- AN A Outfitters t Summer Camps p Schools Manager 8. Clerks Colleges A 8: P FOOD STORE Hanolcl Outflttmg Co FARMINGTON MAINE STANDISH MAINE BEST WISHES from FARMINGTON LAUNDRY 8. DRY CLEANERS Compliments of ' - - M i E 4 I ' 0 o x l 'I ov ' If 4 Q, T I X' I ,1 i . i -.1 wi Q 1 'sf H IT SMITH Iloseuuuzv Rncv.urF 0 Com Iiments of . I LIVERMORE FALLS must COMPANY ,Him NOW af ON SAVINGS Member of Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporation Compluments CLASS OF 1958 T'-WW STRAW wso Avenue. KEN S MOBILGAS STATION BAN-EY FURNITURE C0 lub,-,canon and Complete Home Furnlshmgs Pollshlng APPl'C'nCe5 Musical Merchandise LLVERMORE FALLS MAINE LWERMORE FALLS . 1. ' la . , uf 1 . N - 'iff si' 'R oo ' O . , v of Y 49' 1 ' Q Our thanks for your cooperat on and PGT'l'Ol1Cg6 Olllclol Class Photographers cllstlnctlve portraits STEVENS STUDIOS Bangor Maine Metcalf Wood Products Co LUMBER Builders Supplies D I 0 TOLMAN W GAY Case and New Ideal SALES 8. SERVICE Corenco Fertlllzers FARMINGTON MAINE D I 4 Compl ments of CLASS OF T 9 5 9 F l. BUTLER CO Your Frlenclly Mobllheat Dealer i O O by I C I U . . WEST FARMINGTON James Way Farm Equipment ia 218 , ia 618 i Domg buslness at THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK IS a pleasure Member of Federal Insurance Corporation DONALU AVEPQ JOE S MARKET M Complete Lune of 'W MEATS 8. GROCERIES 1 FARMINGTON FALLS MAINE N E 2360 JIMMY GOODWIN Compllments of LAWYERS Farmmgton, Marne Joseph C Holman 18661917 Currner C Holman 1909 Joseph F Holman 1951 Complaments of B 8. E Motor Express Inc 19 Knight Street, Auburn Serving Between Portland Auburn Lewuston and Livermore Wilton Farmmg ton Kmgfield Stratton Phullnps Strong Rangeley Lusbon Falls Bath Brunswuck Rockland Camden and all Intermediate ponnts I , ' his ,I A r Currier C. 8. Joseph F. Holman ' KEIXIXETH 5-.HHROLD Howard s Rexall Store I: mA!! ' l fqhlf 'ai 0 OO Farmmgton Marne Q GENERAL Y coN'rnAcTlNG AND y nmoosu NG RESIDENTIAL 8. INDUSTRIAL TRANSIT CONCRETE WORK wr I 5 77 SCHOOL SUPPLIES D R U G 5 Strong Wood Turning Corp Strong FOUNTAIN SERVICE Marne B D Moore Metered Gus Service Gas Appllances Sales 81 Servlce Frlgldalre RCA Whirlpool SALES 8. SERVICE s-Q IO5 H gh St eet D al 4755 WALT? T'l'l4-DR I I A JOANNE MARQUIS 9 H RENY, Department Stores Brldgton Damarlscotta Gardiner Farmmgton Marne .ft no .H . I q 1 - .-1--J ll - I?"1 H L - -Q' 'I ii I I 'LA I ? W o UN -23 O Q . 1 N . ffymf, .1 S is , - .f,""" - If f 2 I ge t '21 '- .. vs Q. v -X "'- "ri ,. . 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The place where Farmungton students buy their White Bucks DOI FARMINGTON MAINE MAINE DOWEl CORPORATION TITCOMB S DAIRY sm B Farmington Dual 4959 !.'71f,,v' Compliments of FRARY WOOD TURNING CO , Inc Wllton Maine 0 U C 1 E I Compliments of Compliments of I y,Ll wif lgligf , D 1 r 1: 1 Y 1 I I '7e,l'gfff4' p C O C I I F H A R cl-uRoPRAcToR Compliments of DOUGLAS R FUllER OD ,J 4 DALE 60 NC-:S BONNIE S 'rr Dr R D Stoddard OPTOMETRIST WILTON Tl 52 7 MA INE Compliments of DR PIERCE Hays G Bowne, M D Wallace H Duffy, M D PHILIP B CHASE M D Compliments of I , U O :Z Compliments of I - e. - 34 - l, .I A , I I co Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of U C O O , O I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Member of FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Sight-seeing at O Compllments of Sawtelles Utrlrty Gas Park View Service Statlon Tlres, Batteries 8. Accessorles MOBIL OIL 8. GAS X-is-wr' Opposute Court House Dual 4831 Ulf! 0771 COLLEGE BANGOR MAINE Mames Largest School of Business Trammg Termmal Courses SECRETARIAL STENOGRAPHIC GENERAL CLERICAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNTING These are of one and two years duration Deg ree Courses BS IN ACCOUNTING BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BS IN BUSINESS EDU CATION BS IN SECRETARIAL SCIENCE These are of four years durahon Note Husson College us the only school un Mame whuch offers o degree un Accounting NORMAN 'WJITCIIELL MIYIS MITCHELL Compliments of RIVERSIDE GREENHOUSES Farmmgton, Mame DIAL 2868 Farmington Farmers Union LEWIS G- FITCH Farmington, Maine Building MCIlel'lGlS N E 4520 'I56 Mann Street FARMINGTON MAINE DIAL 2622 U I O U O I l l ' si? K I. ..,...1 um E 'A ' 1 -' 1 S W I ,, . ' I . . . S I 8. I I I I , . I I o l BEST WISHES Illmnkliu Qlnuuig Savings Bank The Old County Bank Established 1868 FARMINGTON MAINE 89 years record for servlce and stablllty Resources September 30 1956 S8 698 443 A secure place for your savmgs GLENDON C HOBBS Bullder of Modern Homes Dual 4404 FARMINGTON MAINE ffafwyb fhafzfnracg THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 26 BROADWAY FARMINGTON MAINE TOYS BABY DEPT DIETETIC PHOTO DEPT COSMETICS FIRST AID GREETING CARDS Compl ments of RIVERSIDE SERVICE STATION Sun Dlagnosls Equipment Electrical 8. Carburetor Servlce Tel 4517 RAY I'III.TZ Prop KUTI-I I-IALL CAROL BELL. Compl ments f h Compluments of 0 I e Brookside Flllmg Stotlon Deale s Servme Sfahan Mobllheat and Range Oll WILTON MAINE D al 5 2011 Harvey Smlth s 1 T 9 I i . . . , . A lntervale Road Farmington, Maine i 0 0 c 0 ' I r in U I 5 - WWW In Wacky VARIETY STORE AND PORTLAND PRESS HERALD NEWS BUREAU 46 Mo n Street Farm ngton Compl ent of STEWART S DINER J J NISSEN BAKING C0 Bakers of OLD HOME B R E A D HAP BRAGDON 81 MAC BURDIN Men s and Boys CLOTHING 8. FURNISHINGS The Red Store Inc FARMINGTON MAINE Lamkm's Poultry Farm BABY CHICKS Farmmgton Mame DIAL 2407 Compllments of Gerarcl S Wllllams EE ER Y UESAW MAIZL NE HAYES Compl ments of E K AY CURTIS GARDENS COMPANY FARMINGTON MAINE C pI Strong Mame Franklln County s Leading Department Store Compliments of HAROLD J SPEAR ACCOUNTANT OLIVER STORE Wllton Roacl C W Steele Fuel Co WARREN McLEAN Owner Farmington Malne I I O v L E i om iments of . . D I I ' I Compliments of C O m iments of 0 o 0 I Wm pm HEEAE ALITY 18 IDEAL AND WORLDS FAIR BRANDS Your Guncle to Qualuty In Wooclenwore For Seventy Years MFC-J CO INC FARMINGTON MAINE augur uumsu Llve Better Electrlcully Mama Power Company AN E LU R035 TA BR C P COVERS THE COUNTY A FRIEND Uhr illralnkltn Jlnunnul Formmgton 6 "Qu SINCE 87" BRAND BRAND' ' o' . I 7 F t ll ' ' ll X HOOK ' 'W Y' ,.. Q' . 0 Iran?-v',A 'A 1 N cE R U om liments of RANGER S FEED STORE CH STEK-.lA S rl MARY GUEST Cqfasg gwelers 4 GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Broadway FARMINGTON MAINE F0fm'n9f0n Mama DIAL 4523 MCNAMARAS RESTAURANT Wmthrop MCIIHG VVEBEFI .Q11f!'u4a1meJf el11' 'NINSURE AND BE SURE "O l Innmnnsron - mm 3300 1 Compliments of I 1 W cl- Q 1 p I ri ,xx E CK 0 Compliments of , 1 Compliments of I I O I Compliments of C pl tsf THOMAS R MARLAND General Contractor 10 Everett Street Portland Marne LIVERMORE SHOE COMPANY Every Worker u Company Partner TED POLAND TOM GEORGE Llvermore Falls Marne lp Q, Q WILFRED McLEARY gr, ee coMPANY N. LESLI E RICHARWON BEVEQLY 12 RTS PAINTS STOVES 54-wb Unlon Mutual BASS WEEJUNS Life Insurance for fd y lGuys and Dollsj ALFONSO R IBARGUEN Compliments of ll ll C l 5 " YL. -5 1 ,Q'-1.L3b- 5 , 1. W, K . I 'LN fi X Nf..,Qie2-15 3',i3.g3, W.M..: V wa ,pg---rf' .g ' an ' Q X R, 5 Q- ', .ap , I . '.' vw, . L. -J ,K f -,Q HARDWARE ll .so f. 35 f ,fi A ':r.w.H1L LSxP.fi-.. ' T 092 Compliments of 1 I D 6 0 I Il n Represen e b 1 A CorcIlaI Welcome Awalts You DEPOSITCRS You II Ilke the friendly efficient servlce GT OUT WILTON OFFICE DEPOSITORS TRUST COMPANY I8 OFFICES SERVING THE HEART OF MAINE 3 'wir is si iii MARILYN 81011365 ALAN M0885 GILKEY 8. RAND Marble ancI Granite MEMORIALS FARMINGTON MAINE pl ANDIE S Barber Shop Norton s Muslc Shop BAND INSTRUMENTS and P I A N O S I U , . . Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I U :I 1 .3 f U . " 4 Q ' . - Q . ' cf- S, ' Y-wt- ,. 5 , iff .ff f 1 Im 1, ' "' ' R ' , ' hi ng jiri - I V, Ai 6 7 ,bg 4 fe r 3 Q I -. r fm A Q 'I ' Com iments of ' ' I Compl ents of MAXWELL S MARKET KEN FRENCH w lm Ro d M E A T s WRIGHT LUMBER COMPANY Farmington Dowel Products I-W9 3' Short I-Umbef Company Incorporated HIDDEN ACRES DAIRY an DAIRY BAR DIAL 2115 4931 FARMINGTON MAINE WILTDN WOOLEN COMPANY Wilton Marne im Compliments of I i n ca Compliments of O I FGYMIHQTOI1, M0109 Farmington, Maine R. F. D. 32 Compliments of om iments o I Your local New Car Dealer Supporters Appreciate Your Business BACKUS GARAGE W 8. W D BARKER HORN MOTORS MORTON MOTORS NEWMAN MOTORS Try Us for Servrce Farmmgton Wllton New Car Dealers Assoclatlon fun!!! B-,,,.,,,.f-'naman' '!'! Luc LE w ma-as Mmzv sue xuuvoueu Compl me t of MARBlE'S MODEL CLEANERS Frunklm Countys Largest Qualrty Cleaners FREE SANEX MOTH PROOFING D al W lton 5 8533 Compl ments of THE KYES AGENCY Insurance Real Estate WILTON MAINE O O J. . . . u ' u o 0 0 0 1 h we N. K A ' vs 1 -of ' , ' ,.,...Q A ' f if S A , - . .- ' guupv' I .,-maui., ""' "' ......--si ,L """' an , YI ' . . :mpgs .Q, : 2 c 51' P I . 3 .h hte? . N benign' :, .. at . 'D f 'f-t ,. x ,,,..,.. .L i , Q -L -2- S, H ,,. V u. lu. I i n s ' I I . i i - BLISS COLLEGE A Junior College of Business Iv' Eight Courses In the Fields of BUSINESS TEACHING SECRETARIAL 'Xu ACCQUNTANCY DAVID KN x LINUY emma BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION pl SHOE C t log Sent on Request STORE ! 9 60 LISBON STREET LEWISTON D al 2 0001 pl FARMINGTON OIL COMPANY Distributors of Texaco Petroleum Products Telephone 3331 Farmington Maine Compllmenls Frank Vanderhoff REAL ESTATE CLASS OF 'I960 N E 2012 , 0 fb' vc .MW .-,., -1 1' ' U ' I O 0 E Q I ge x I - 1 . I L Y I ,W I ' o Com iments of Applications are now being received - for Sept mber entrance a a A um f 'I - I - Com iments of I I I of Four Farmlngton Hugh School Students Take Tlme Out for a Coke COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Farmlngton Marne Rlcharclson s Jewelry Store Dramoncls Watches Gifts for all occasions D I 4 55 B FARMINGTON MAINE STEARNS FURNITURE CO Complete Home Furnrshmgs Inland Linoleum D I 2045 FARMINGTON MAINE 0 I io 9 39 roadway Engraving - 24 hour service Compliments of io Compliments of SULLY GREENWOOD l Contracting, Building i and l Shop Work DR 8. MRS CHPARLES E THURLOW Herbert M zlkel M D JOHN w FRIEND MD R94 l w L 6 D R R l l Compliments of . . 4 I Philli s, Mciine ' ' ' ' - l 1 l V -- N,i-8 3 l V- ,nlii l 4-vw-I' 3 l if l"' Qi?-4 A .uw , l p p m M . n Compliments of A -'gg J -' o ' X 1 lvl- ' 5' A ' no . i 0 I 0 o k ' 1 A l . A E 1 h E 1 is l - ' ,5 SQ, f " Q , '-.. 1 . IANE WHA D John Deere Quality Form Equipment WE SELL GENUINE JOHN DEERE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES AND HAVE Texaco Oils and Grease Goodyear Farm Tires Fairbanks Morse Planet .Ir De Laval Mllkers Clay Barn Equlpme t Papec SEE US FOR YOUR FARM EQUIPMENT NEEDS NEW OR USED Ill? IIIQAXIIINIII INK IIILIIII IINII PARA! SUPPLY FARMINGTON DIAL 2031 Complete Service Free Parking FRIEND From A Friend A FRIEND Darling Auto Company O O TRAINED MECHANICS TO SERVE YOU: ' n 9 RICHARD H BELL INSURANCE Farmington, Morne EARSON S Sportmg Goods Rodlo Televlslon Soles 8. Servlce DU PONT PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE Pho e 4546 20 Brood oy FARMINGTON MAINE CI-I All LYN E' PAu I.. SovuA PEAKSON Compliments of . , hlte s BEN BUTLER on Broadway ' I S " S .R K I Work - Sport Clothes L R I Y I - ' 5 n - w


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