Freeport High School - Clarion Yearbook (Freeport, ME)

 - Class of 1951

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Student Council 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 45 Athletic Assoc. 3, 45 Junior Playg State One- , .Act Play Contest 3g Editor in Chief of the Clariong Science 8: Industrial Arts Medals 2g Soloman Plummer Improve- ment Award 3. lxAX EX EI YN BAILEY College Course Kay Ambition To hate an ambition Often seen I aughing at Vliss Wood s jokes Junior Prize Speaking Clarion Board 4 Washington Commit tee Glee Club 3 Horizon Club 2 3 4 Solomon Plummer Anblf Award l 3 Ircshman Prize Speaking MONIL Operator 3 . ' Librarian 5 Class President ' 3 X1 e Presiltnt-4 Student aw: QQ? fl let C ouncil X ice President 4 JOXCE 'VIARIE BARN XRD General Course Barnv Ambition Dietitian Pastnne Talking to Shirley Softball 2 ELIZABETH ANINI BEDKER College Course Beth Ambition Theatrical Designer Often seen On the stage Soloman ,lummer Award for Excellence in Scholarship 3 unior English Medal Horizon Club 2 3 4 Treasurer Horizon Club 2 Glee Club 2 Prize Speaking 1 3 nnersity of 'viaine Speaking Contest 1 3 Junior Pay Senior Play Clarion Board YN ashington Committee LA nu: A UEo c 'O I H 0' 0 U ' Af Nfvzfe 54gfZ1g,f5t IQJSYIV af EDW ARD VIAYSON BONINEY Commercxal Course Eddle Ambntron Broadway Actor 36' p"lilll'IlC S1tt1nq around In Mason Llass Prtslclent -1- Chxef of the Nfhqvnne Drne 4 Clarlon Board 5 I Presxclent of the Powder and P'11nt Club -1- Solomin Plummer Improxcment Aw 1rd '3 itate One Act Pliy Conttst I UIIIOI' Plxy Scmor Play Prxze Speaking I Sue-nc: Club Z Stnente Open House 7 blee Clu State EdlIKltl0fl Week Recordmg 7 lN'xshmgt0n Lom A xmttcc -I XXI NI XRX jl' KN BOX DFN College Course ean K ' XIIIIJIUOII 'Nlurse P lstlme Brmgmg cindy for the Semors to sell t jf" Cheerleadmt, ' 'S 4 C'1pta1 Incl Team 2 Swlfllllllllg 3 -I south Anem A unlor Plus Prompter Semor PIM Clee Club 5 Horwon Club I '5 I OfllCe3 NORNI X I UL ISF BR XND General Course Brandy Xmbxtxon To go to South Xmerlc 1 O nn su Hxth Pltty xox I In St ite Ont Xct Pl xy L ontest I Senior Illy oo mm I lumme r lmpx rn omcnt Mmrd I C Imcrle 1dmL, I Flex- um I Cllrxon Bo xr PITT X CAI KIV C eneral Course Pltt Xmbxt ncarm C unner IH thc Mr Ioru P1stlme. Dancmg. Baseball I -I' Football I' Hi-Y 3 4' Stage sets for the unior and Senior Plays. Emerson School for Boys, Exeter N. H. -Freshman. Whig- RICHARD WILLIAM CLQUTIER General course 'W " K Clouch Xmbmon Sallor Plstlme Stlfklng pms ED J COIFINI General Course Fredda fan xIllblll0Yl To be a good ball pliyer yf"N P4 Q 2 idx X Pastlme Baseball 4 C C1 a1n4 B skctbxlll 3 4 Cipt seball I 2 0 1 Swlmmmg 1 4 Athlctlc Assoumon 3 4 Ircsldcnt of C n Mhletlc Assoc 4 jumor Plax Stile One xct Play 0 test 3 C'lar1on Board 1 PI IX LLIS C RON E General C oursa. Clucken Ambmon Sen 109 'istnne Baby S1tt1ng Irur Speaking 3 umor ix B sketball ' 5 Glee Club 0 sen VIC WILLIAM S DAX IS JR General Course l 'R -Xmbmon To own a Used C ar I ot Pistlme Drnmg and worlcmg on mrs W s elball I 2 B seball l 2 4 H Y1 3 4 Swxmmmq I be 3 3 Glee C lub 3 Bowling Team x B' 3 1 J ' H U s , C X 1 ' : ' ' ' . J kr I I-'IC I 1 - I I ki? iff A ,. . J, , X z . 1 A Ba , , 3, g - I. pt ' - 1 a ' 1 , 2, ., , l. ain w...-. . 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I ll 'Q ' x .7 I U v" EUGEYE EDWARD GILLIAM General Course Q IN A6 Gllly rx.-x cT'f,,,,,,,,,, 2 xlxx Hwvx General Course N 5 DW 9 bw :WN Ambmon A1r Force "H-.,, Pastxme Followmg Ryder DAVID IRVINTG GOLDRUP General Course HOPPY 'P -Xmbmon To be a C P A Often seen Gomg to a dance Baseball l Basketball 1 9 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 H1 Y Secretary 4 Athletlc ASSOCl3tlOH 3 4 Busmess Manager of the Semor Play Busmess Manager of Clarxon 4 'Nma Xmbmon To be suvcessful ln something 'E Pastlmf- Thmklng jumor Prwe Speiltmq 3 Jumor Play Prompter Prompter for Smte One Xct Pliy Contest 3 Future Homemakers of 'xlllilli 1 l 3 Clee Club '7 Senlor Play 4 Cliss Secretary 3 Home EC Awlrd 7 MXLK E ll XNSCONI General Course Xmbmon To J nn the W 1x es L f lla lfd Plstlme Iunrzhlrlt, luture llOIllLIllllif'I'S of AITICTICZI l, 9, Glee Club l, 'Z Wm fr' ! - l Holmsle Amb1t1on Nlurse Pastxme Wrmng letter to my brother ln the serx 1CC J XNIES FRANCIS JOHNISON General Course Jay Jay Ambltlon Phys Ed Instructor Pastlme C J S Chexerusl 2 Footballl 2 Trackl Freshman Play Baseball 2 Debatmg 2 l'reeportH1gh Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 Mgr 4 Swlmmmg 3 4 Track 4 Senior Play Glee Club 3 A A ASSOCIHIIOH 3 4 MARILYN D JOHNSON, General Course Blondie Ambltlon 'Mrs R D Pistlme Wrxtmg letters to a certam fellow 1n N H Glee Club I 2 Sclence Open House 2 Lxbrarlan 2 Cheer leader 2 School Reporter 2 3 umor Play State One Act Play Contest Semor Play FH A Club 1 2 3 re porter and hxstorlan l Reporter 7 Presldent 3 Horlzon Club P 3 4 Secretary 4 Clarlon Board 4 State Eduva tlon Rccordmg 2 JOSEPH M MARKS General Cours e Ambxtlon Water Boy for the Red Sox Pastlme Gomg around with Norm Baseballl 2 3 4 Centerfleld Posltlon on Trlpl C All Star Team 3 Track 4 Basketball Manager 3 Swimming Mana get 4 Soloman Plummer Award 2 Class Presxdent l Student Councll 2 Class Vlce Presldent 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Pres1dent3 Glee Club 2 3 Prxze Speakmq l 3 Athletlc ASSOCIBIIOD 3 4 Board of Dlrectors 3 4 Lxbrarlan 3 Jumor Play State One Act Play Contest 3 Semor Play Clarion Board 4 Powder and Pamt Club 4 Treasurer 4 Physical Educatlon Demonstmtxon 4 State Education Recording 2. CARLOTTA HOLMES General Course I Qfff x9l?93?iZ5ZX 'lt' .X "Hotdog" X 0 A 11, HQPUV Mig WY' 1'- '. .. f.. RICHARD EARL MELLO General Course Ambition: Air Force. Pastime: Finding Mischief. Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Stage Crew for Senior Play. HOWARD ALFRED MILLER General Course SS X. "Howie" X Ambition: Armed Forces. - Pastime: Dancing. X v i i' South Portland High 1, 2, 35 Radio Broadcast 2, 35 Freeport -, I f, High School 1, 45 Senior Play Stage Committee 4. ' AUTUMN NOBLE General "ButCh'l 1 U Ambition: Civil Servire. K A Pastime: Talking to Laurel and Bob. D Glee Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 1, 2, 35 Horizon Club 3, 45 Basketball '7 3 x 'wav YH-Ir f NW' at if PATRICK PRUFENNO General Course "Pat" Ambition: Pilot for Trans-VVorld Airways. Pastime: Being a joker in history class. 6 Student Council 3, 45 President 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Vice President 45 I tx, 5 M5 I Track -1. 3 x LAUREL ROBINSON General Course :paw "Lol1ie" Jew ii Ambition: Civil Service. i""""9' Pastimc: Talking to Autumn. Glce Club I, 2, 35 Science Exhibit 25 F.H.A. 35 Horizon Club 3, 4: Senior Play. PATRICIA ELAINE ROY Commercial Course A'Pat" Ambition: To join the Waves. Pastime: Palling around with g'Brandy," Cheerleading 2, 3, 4g F.H.A. 2, Secretary 35 Glee Club 2: Horizon Club 35 Junior Play Progrznns: Senior Play Prornpterg Athletic Association 2, 3: Clarion Board 4. KENNETH ALFRED RYDER Ccncral Course 'SKCnnv" Xrnbition: Air Force ?astimc: Taking L'B:1rbic" home. li-Y 1, 21 Clarion Board -1. PATRICIA E. SARCENT College Course S e npatea I Often seen: Pushing the Buick around, Z P mm 4'Q,,, germs YQ' If 5' V " f 5 K Ambition: T0 take up the worth-wbilr' profession of nnrsinu. 't 3 I E Ulm' Club Sc'c'rf'tary 21 Horizon Club Vive Prcsiclc-nt Z, 3, 'lg Senior Play: junior Play: Prize Speaking l. vi 4-'U' qgff 7 Z JANET SHAW General Course jylflp 4 ,,.':'4 Janet 'Atl 090 ' u xITlblllOl'l To go to Gorham Often seen Where there s food C lee C lub l 3 Q? EI INIOR ANY SMALL College Course Ellnor 'kmbxtxon Colby Often seen Plstylng Basketball Class Setretary 4 Basketball l '7 '5 4 Ciptim 1 SWIIIIYDIHQ Teim 'tl 4 kthletlr Assocxatlon '3 1 Boa lof Dlret tors 5 l- umor Prlze Speakxnq One Net Play Contest 7 junxor Pliy Semor Play Glee Club '7 MOXIC' Opemtor 'S Washlnqton Commtttee Horwon Club '7 1 el- Presldent '5 Scrxbe 4 C1155 Manager VI1gaz1ne Drne l 9 Solonnn Plummer Award l '7 '3 Honor Roll Award 3 DAR Good Cxtxzenshlp Award 4 Clar1on Board JXNIC E X STETQON Commercial Course XXX Jam 0 I 9 Xmbmon To go to C allfornm all 'T' Pistxme Comt, o the Nfioxles ee ub 7 u ure omemilters f X 'ICI'1Cl lnfsmclent 7 'icxsnte Open House 7 Cl'xr1on Boxrd Cliss :tor B slu lnll 'i llo n b l umor 1 umor Pr17e Spcaklnq St'1te One M t Pl xx C ont: st 5 Solomm Plummer Improxement Awxrcl 4 JOYCJE E STETSON Commercial Course Flec oyele Xmbttlon Nlrs K G Pistxme Seemq Keith Club 7 Future Home-makers ofAmer1t1 I 7 3 Presldent '7 Stlente Open House Class Qeeretwry l C Treasurer l 4 Basketball '7 3 Horxzon Club '5 l Presx dent 1 Scrlbe 3 Junlor Play unxor Prlle Speikmg Soloman Plummer lmproxement Awxrd 3 kotr.S Cokklgt ,.,..- fx IYNWOOD WILLIAMS General Course g Pastlme Hot rods "5'-I M-uf' ELEAN OR WHITTENI Commercial Course fi X 'ls f Ambition Travel over the United States Pastime Office work at the Car Barn 3- Soloman Plummer Award 2 3 Science Open House 2 umor Prize Speaking Librarian 2 President of FHA 1 His torian 2 Home Ec Medal 1 World History Medal ? Horizon Club 3 Tyl' Buddy Ambition Loafing if seball l s etb ll 1 Swimming' l Diving Champion of Tr1C 2 Senior Play 4 Athletic Association 3 4 Treasurer 4 Washington Committee 4 Clarion Board 4 Coxer Designer for unior and Senior Play Programs 3 4 WORM AN KN ILLI A'vIS General Course Worm Ambition To become another George Kell X, Pastime: Swimming Basketball Baseball. N Basketball 1 2 3 4' Baseball 2 3 4' Co-Captain 4: Swimming - l 2 3 4' Track 43 Student Council 33 Hi-Y Club 2 3 43 Treasurer 4' Athletic Association 3 45 Vice President 4. VAUGHNDELLA LOUISE WINSLOIV Commercial Course Ambition: Mrs. R. C. an-nn, Pastime: Roland. it Class Editor 15 Future Home-makers of America 1, 23 Soloman Plummer Improvement Award lg Science Exhibit 23 Glee G-f' Club 2g Office 3, 43 Reader's Digest Salesman 4. 5 MR JOHINJ KASSAY K Bates AB 19.29 Bites AM 1976 Extcnsmn Courses m . ag Chcmmtrx 1 "H Sclentxfic mlnd uncmsmqly mtcrcitcd m the student 5 welflrc 1 i and sklllcd m tcxchmq l MRS LILLIAN RANDALL Colby A B Graduate Work Boston Umverszty Chlcago Um versxty UHIVCFSIIY of Mame Scholarly well informed and an lmpromptu speech artlst Ei XIISS GENEX A LITTLE ,iv I'1lII1lIlglOl'l Teachers College Mame School of Lommeru: Two Fang L Summer Sessmons Efht lent COHSCIEDUOUS dlllgent IH her worlt NIR FRANCIS PERRY Bowdoln College B A Helpful as the day 15 long our unofficlal guxdan e counselor fin? MISS MARGARET WOOD Lmxersnty of Marne A B Unnerslty of New Hampshlre A NI Aroostook State Teachers College Down to earth phllosopher student of hlstory and excellent m I sports I' E27 .. ., u I 1. , - ,.f,.-- , . , . . G - B ' ' ' Xxxlmlil -V .K l . K . , . , x 5 V 5. , . . , ., . ,Q swf? 2 is , , . . Y . Q, W . Q X a xl 'J L ,K A ' .L A' ' I Y 1 p ,f W -G V H 9, MR. ARTHUR GREER an Gorham State Teachers College, Maryville College, Tenn. Neat and friendly, courteous and quiet, skilled in the use of tools. Session. ' Q MR. HERBERT WILBER QQ? ,ff Q Springfield College B.S., Conn. State Teachers' College A.S., KA University of Michigan M.S. tty -1 A 6 '-7 V i Inspiring, energetic, determined, zealous, vigorous and forceful. MRS. BETTY FOWLIE l-'rt-clrirkton T1-tirlmers' College, N. B., Colby College, University Connoisseur of the languages, dramatic artist, and very inter- of M.iinr- Summer Session, Boston University Summer L E B af estetl in her students. fe MRS. Cl..XRl'l YININU t4l1ClA5i College. ' eb GB xVllllIlLf, rm-sot1rt't-ful, t'11p.1lJle rintl tlcpvnclulnle. f. Q W cj . 1 'Nw .guclenf Kounci Row I, Left to Right: Joyce Wyman, Patricia Flanders, joan Gould, Kay Bailey. Row II, Left to Right: Edward Doak, Patrick Profenno, Mr. Kassay, Henry Moody, john Cookson Edd1e Bonney, Joyce Stetson Joe Marks Buddy Wrllxams Mrs Randall Raw II Left to Rlght Jamce Stetson Laurel Robxnson Norma Brand Patty Roy, Jean Boyden Marllyn ohn son Beth Bedker Nma Hanna Janet Shaw Ahce Hanscom Phvllrs Crone Vaughndella Wmslow Row III Left to Rxght Patrlcla Sargent Eleanor Whltten Eugene Glllxam Patrlck Profenno Pltt Calkm ames ohnson Rxchard Mello Kenneth Ryder Howard Mxller Carlotta Holmes Joyce Barnard Autumn Noble OUI' eafif 0 l'0gl'e55 Wlth the publlshlng of th1s Clarion we are accompllshxnq one more of he many tasks whlch we must fimsh rn order to reach our goal as the graduates of 51 When we entered Freeport Hlgh our class numbered 79 and we had hugh hopes of settmg a graduauon record With each year however our number decreased untll now we boast only 36 me nbcrs I thmk we often wondered lf the day would exer arrne when we would be recognized as the dls tlngulshed Semors Class Now we reallze how fast our four years have flown by and some txmes wlsh that we weren t qraduatmg so soon We feel proud when we reallze how much we have contrxbuted to our schools well bexng Our freshman and sophomore years were spent largely 1n lookmg forward to the com mg years when we would no longer be the looked down upon underclassmen Perhaps I should mentxon the freshman lI1ltlB.I1OIl as an accompllshment Thls d1dnt seem llke much fun to us at the t1me but probably lt gave the upperclassmen much entertamment Durmg our Junror year we produced two one act plays whxch were 1mmed1ately pro nounced great hxts We worked unceasmgly on the plans for our un1or Prom and saw t develop 1nto one of the best yet I dont belxexe we shall exer forget how pretty the gym looked that mght Thls year we have been workmg feverrshly to ralse the money for our class trxp to Washmgton, whlch w1ll cllmax our four years 1n h1gh school Early ln September we elected the followmg ofhcers Eddle Bonney, presldent Kay Baxley v1ce pres1dent Joyce Stetson treasurer Ellnor Small secretary Immed1ately we began makmq plans for money raxsmg act1v1t1es We sold Chrlstmas Cards durmg October, and also held several dances mcludmg the Spooks Frolxc, a masquerade dance whxch provrded entertamment and thrllls galore Our Semor Play was our blggest success yet We were very fortunate xn havmg Mr Ernest Calvert a professronal actor, as our dxrector and under hrs able coachrng the play proved to be the best play ever produced m Freeport Soon the mght of graduatxon wxll be upon us and our hlgh school lxfe w ll come to an end I hope that our class w1ll be as successful ln the school of lnfc as xt has been through the past four years ELINOR SMALL 51 ' 1 -- -s Q x ' I I 1 Row I, Left to Right: Norman Wllliams, James Atherton, David Goldrup, Fred Coffin, Elinor Small, Kay Balley, ' ' 3 ! . 5 ' ' . 3 1 y ' , n 1 , 2 . , v - , R , . , I . . , . . . . I : e I - 3 1 9 3 ! I I 3 7 7 . . . . . y . . K R C 3 I I L I . ' 'T I ' U . , ' ' C5 93 , 9 ' . ' A . J . i 5 5 , ' 5 , 5 1 ' - ' . ' 7 I 7 . . A . 1 , ' 73 Q55 Row I I tft to Rxght Furett Bucklm Rlymond Coqswell, Edward Doak Rm II lmft to Rxght Glfnnt Mahar Shirley Warren Shlrley Slocum, Elalne Holmes Joan Gould Beyerly lomlu Xnna Hasltell Connie Balter, Barbara Flckett ean Perxxer, 'viarllyn Turner Rm III left to Rlzht Glendon Lurtxs, Edgar Lelqhton, 'vfarjorxe Basmet, joan VN heeler, Kathleen Cushing, Beyerly Dayxs Larleen Snow Robert Lowell George Barnard Mxss Little unlor 6 au ,jvkalory The Junlor Class of thxs year IS happy to be ln one classroom Last year we were scpatlted into two rooms Our actxyltles and mcetmgs haye been carr1ed on more easlly ln NI nxlyn Turner, sec rftary and Edq ar I elqhton treasurer Our class IS rcpresented 1n a great many actxymes We haye the two usual representa tn es to the Studi nt Councll, also two representatlyes to the Xthletlc Assoclatlon Many mem bers of thc class are actlve 1n both boys and gurls athletxcs We presented the un1or Play, whlth was a great success It conslsted of two one act plays X great amount of effort and em rgy was put 1nto the produc tlon of these plays by ey eryone m the class Xctlyltlts coming up ln the near future are Prwe Spf tklnl, md the Junior Prom Eyery om already cooperatmg m thc plannmg of these eyents whlch promlse 'o be xery successful Edward Do nk Marxlyn 'Iurner and Beyerly Currler haye joined our C ass this year 'Norman Sttmpson and Bey erly C urrler haye left us Although our class has only 36 members xt promlses to hue a great future because frxendlmess cooperatlon leadershlp, and honesty exist ln all the members of the class Fyery one of us are loolung forward to our comme Scnlor year whlch we hope will be as successful or mort suc c essful as our class h IS been th1s year MARILYN TURNER 52 ',Y 1 ev R 1 .: 4 xi I ' 4 .V - 4 1 , -. ' I " I , , I ,nk , Av .Y T - 1 lv 1 , 1 N limi-than ' , .- ff- : ,'- ' ' , 1 I Q U . . ' L Y , Au Al : h 2 L 4 , X V Y , Y , , Y ' ' . ' ' . ' V' ' . ' -, ,e . A , . I . . y Nj A n I . U , , 1 ' , .- R : K K I , . , -A I' - ' ' J 9 1 3 A ' . . one classroom. Class officers are: Joan Wheeler, presidentg Marjorie Basinet, vice presidentg . 4 " A' , i ' . It X 1 , 1 , . . u I I 'D . . lg K v - , - - , - , - Y J - I I I V . N . ' I . 4' T . 7 , ' X ' t , ' , D . is L , , . . ' A - . ' A , . , -. ' 5 . l 1 , ' ' ' , ' ' f . v ' , - - , - a 4 l - : . I ' , ' . , . ' ' 1 . 1 ' ' 1 A ' .7 ' K U . I I l S s I V Q 9 - H , . 2 ' ' , I 5 A 7 .. ll I nu I If , l. rl LL ,IW . x , 11-' E E he-A N Row I Ltft to R1 ht Phtllp Vfello Robert Campbell Paul Bennett George Cossaboom, NBZHITE Plourde Gregory Payne John Cookson Harold Prosser Arthur Grower Row II Left to Right 'Vlrs Fowlle, Caryl Coflin Shlrley Merrxman Jackxe Sylvaln Lmda Wllllams, Jean Rush, LOIS Bean Lola Turcotte Betty Smxth Gay Hawkes Beverly Curtls Carolyn Colby, Patrlcla Flanders M155 Wood Row III left to Rlght Exton Robinson Robert Lttchfield Carroll Gllham Barbara Blaekstone, Elalne Bowen Punela Whltten Xnn Smlth Betty Hersey, Maureen Sargent Jaekle Tlbbetts Katherme Rlch Lawrance Robertson esse Boyden Row IN Icft to Rxqht Charles Abbott Robert Hall Edward Blake Robert Hanscom Bradley CUFIIS Rxchard DINIS Robert Punt Jack Wyman Arthur Robertson Wayne 'Villler 50,9 Olfl Ore 66155 We started our sophomore year wlth 71p and um wnth twenty girls and twenty slx boys We forrnccl 1 club and officers were elceted as follows presxdent Shirley Merrlman C urtls Brtd CUFIIS Jtek Wyman Ccorge Cosvtboom 'Nuurc Plourlc Bob Punta Jaekle Sylx un mcl Imclx Wnllurns xrc our elrls and boys bxslcetbxll sc orc rs whlle Jc In Rush along wlth thc othc r c hccrlc tclers hclp ent thc boys support Our S0llll xctlxxtlcs haxc conslstcd of Ircshmm rcceptlon and 1n1t11t1on both of which wc rc xc ry sueccssful N clramttlts club thns xc 1r was formccl 'incl Shlrlcy Merrxman Jackle Tlbbetts are from the sophomorc cltss Put Fltnclcrs and ohn Lookson are our student eou mcxl representa llWlS ancl nlso Ptt Iltnclers Carol Coffin Jean Rush Shnrley 'Vic-rrxman Jaclcle Tlbbetts and Birb 1r1 Blackstonc bcloneg to I H A Vixss Wood md 'Mrs Iowlle our worthy elass adxxsors hue labored with us and we 1ll hope thc rcst of our hxgh school cl'1vs wlll be 1s h lppy as our sophomore year CAROL COFFIN, 53 I 3 , .1 ' ' - 4 4 li , ' 7 f 1 J 7 .R gt Y . S - ' ' x .T . , , A , . y B- - A a f 1 J A y t I w Y ' ' 1 , . ' . ' , . . . . . 5 - I A ' .' 1 ' . r . . . V S J 4 a 1 Q Y x 1 r 'l V A . : 3 . s 2 D a A ' - I 7 K x 5 7 c I 2 2 1 . ,J ' . I ,' ,, L I Y. , . , . I , , 1 ' , 2, ' , . , . . I 1 x s , 1 1 f n I . . l . .. . . , . , . , vice-prvsiclent, Carol Coffin: secretary, Juctkie Sylvain: treasurer, Jack Wlymang scribe, Beverly , . 2 I ', 2 ' . , 1- if 1.3. , fzxz' X 1 ', "K, ' J , .. ' V ' f I' 'V f ' I I V V - ' . . 1 4 I 1 L . 1 ' K . I I c x 4 ' , 'c A ' s I - . . .2 . .,' .7 . . 5 ' ,Q i I 7 in 2 In . . i . . 1 ' ' ' ', I' -2 .. ' . . ' - . ' I , ' ' ' ' ' ' z,,. 1 2 ' . J l , . , 2 ' - I ry . 1 I I f 1 ' ' . . ' s . , . . . . , .. , . , - , 1 1 z ' . 1 - Q . . . ' 1 . . 7 '-, . , . ' ' 1 - ' H, 'lf , ' . A ' .. 2 . . . 3 +5 l , " Wo A Z arg? L 5 I , 1 ,, 4 n s-1. 'll , Q u as . , ' V V: M . .x L3 ' E of . " ' F , ffa'-cc, ' . T ' ' Y. .. I . Q .v y rg vc: . . . , 1 5' ' . v . A ., , ' 0 ' . . , ' a . . 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X in I 5 Ns X7 Row I Left to Rlght Geoffrey Payne, Sherwood Deemer Clavxn Ryder Dana Mahar, Richard Allen, Regmald Thompson Richard Blackstone Ronald Small Davld Galarneau Row II Left to Rxght Pamela Hanscom Arlene Davrd Glennys Huard, Julla Ploude Barbara Estabrook Pau lme Whltten Mr Perry Ma y NfI1ll1ken joan Sawyer Bessle Perv1er, Patr1c1a Hunter, Martha Cogswell Row III Left to Rlght Patrlcla Henderson, Helen Crone Carolme Colby Patrxcla Hxbbard, f"laud1a Brown, Laurette Puua Penny Hall Sandra Hanson Shlrley Bonney Judy Hall Dons Blackstone AIICC Dogan Row IV Ieft to Rlght Kenneth Hxcks Thomas Maler Henry Vloody Earle McCarthy Robert Moore Harry Hunter Allan Powers Joyce Wyman, Ehzabeth Metcalf Germalne Grose rea man .fdcfuufzea The school year began for the Freshman Class w1th tts usual razzmg Although lt was supposed to be quxte terrlfylng we had fun partlcxpatmg 1n the annual Freshmen In1t1at1on part of which was a gala parade through town led by Robert Moore and Shirley Bonney who won the tltles of Mr Sweatshxrt and Mlss Longunderwear 1n a school electron m whlch all of the hxgh school students had the prlvxlege of xotmg The Freshman class started the year wxth forty seven students and now after sxx have mox ed away or dropped out we have forty one mn the class Numerous Freshmen students are part1e1patmg 1n sports and belong 9 clubs whlch mclude basketball softball baseball swzmmmg Future Homemakers of Amer1ca, Horlzon Club and all other school act1v1t1es We are very grateful and wlsh to thank all the teachers and upper classmen that have helped us through our first year of high school We also want to extend a hearty welcome to the elghth grade the Freshmen of next year MARY MILLIKEN, 54- Wdgudefaztkgwom I W5 0 'WM Row I Left to Rrght Jean Pervlex Bobby Lowell Bexerly Fowlle Charles Tlbbetts Carlene Snow George Bar nard Ivlrs Fowlle Row II Left to Rlght Glenna Mahar ahxrley Slocum Marxlyn Turner Paul Bennett Anna Haskell Edgar Lelghton oan Wheeler 'viarjorxe Basmet Elaxne Holmes Germaine Grose llIll0l' Walid When Dxd They Meet Agam and Not u1te Such a Goose yes they re the two one act plays presented by the junxor class November 17 1950 These two plays were entxrely dxfferent as the latter 'Slot ulte Such a Goose was very humorous and the other When Drd They Meet Agam was dramatlc Thus afforded a varlety for the audlence and also allowed more Junxors to partlclpate 1n the production The characters for NOT QUITE SUCH A GOOSE were Mrs Bell Carlene Snow Wir Bell Charles Tlbbetts Alx ert Be George Barnard Sylua Bell Beverly FOWl1C Ph1l1p Fhck Robert Lowell Hazel Henderson Jean Pervler Those rn WHEN DID THEY MEET AGAIN were Susan Cartheu Joan Wheeler Mrss Heplop Marrlyn Turner Vrncent Berners Paul Bennett Marre Anne Haskell Polcham Edgar Lelghton Smgmg by Glenna Nfiahar and dancmg by Germaxne Grose were specialties presented between the acts The Junlor Class wishes to express thexr appreclatlon to Mrs Fowlle dlrector who gaxe of her time and effort to make the plays successful We also wish to thank MISS Wood and Mr Fowlxe for thelr help 1n the make up of the character parts JOAN WHEELER 53 ' 5 .I K II 0 v "' or , 4 . I f V N. gk r I I 3 F If VI, . ' Q args l 2 5 r il w , L, II 1 I ,f .. - Y o WWE, . , K 'sbp' N l . -1 v X was W T . l Q I 3 lr l s V . 1 1 : ' ' , I . . I I Q - 3 ' I s I I Q I 1 J 9 s .I a f 1 y - n KA A ' 7 ' 5 1 tr Q sr I ' s 1 : ' - ' t ' sa x C A Q 3 y II . . ,, . . . . , . sc 91 , 1 a ' ll ......,.,...................,,............. . .........,..,.............,.... , ..,.,....................,..,,...... I. . ' as 1 ws I I I ' a ' 1 I s S Row I Left to Riqht Nina Hanna Beth Bedker Eddie Bonney joe Marks Kay Bailey, Eleanor Whitten Row II Left to Right Joyve Stetson Janice Stetson Mrs Fowlle Phyllis Crone Elinor Small Ll,lll0I' M120 .S?92aLU'lg held on the third of 'viay Twelve speakers gave variable selections which kept the interest and gained the support of the audience throughout the exenlng Top honors went to Eddie Bonney for l"1s hilarious interpretation of The Treasurers Report Roger Trynor received second prize for the gripping prison drama The Button third prize was given to Kay Bailey for the fabulous Dorothy Parker monologue The Waltz Honorable mention went to Beth Bedker who later represented the school at the Unnersity of Maine Sp aking Contest As the participants remmisce over the past years this exent will be a highlight in their activi ies Roger Tryno and Richard Saueier both in the Army this 'year are not n the picture BETH BEDKER, 51 - . 2 , 1, , s s f ' -ka .Q . G U . ... ' tv I X 3, f ig. ks A 7 4 I 5 1 " .' 5 - s I J ' 1 A J . 7 . . . I A ' D 3 ' ! 3 ' . . . Last year the Junior Prize Speaking Contest, under the direction of Mrs. Fowlie, was . A U V Q Y . . . V . , K ' ' ' ' ' me K v K V ss, ' , A 7 x . . . . U ,,. . . . ' 1 3 Y ' SK 11 ' , . , ' . e . 1 v t ' ' ti . T . . . . v ' . I 1 I A ' 3 Row I Irft to Rlght Bllly IN urner Patrlrk Profenno Norman WWIIIIHIUS James Xtherton Dmxxd Goldrup, oe 'Vhrks Row II lift to Rlght Edg1r luqhton Putt eallun Allin Powers Bully Bennett Charles Abbott Nlazaxre ourtle Row III I eft to Rlqht Gregory Payne Robert Puua, Robert Lowell Rlchard Sawyer oy5 .oil Presldent James Atherton Xrfe Prestdent Patrxck Profenno Secretary Dax 1d Goldrup Treasurer Norman Wllllams Adxlsor Bob Denmson The II1 Y 15 1 Club formed under the guldance of the Y VIC, A to Create malntnn and extend throughout the school and communlty hlqh standards of Chrlstlan Character We started the year wxth elexen members and at the 1n1t1at1on we took m Exe more Our blgqest project was foldmq surglcal dresslngs for the xeterans hospltal at Tongus We went SWIIIIIIIIIIQ at the Y pool ln Portland several tlmes and also skating at Deering Oaks JAMESATHERTOV, 'J Row I Left to Right Joan Wheeler Elmor Small Marllyn Johnson Lxnda W1ll1ams Joyce Stetson Patrlcla Sargent Shlrley Merrxman, Beth Bedker Row II Left to Rght Jean Boyden Germaine Grose, Lols Bean, Patr1c1a Flanders Mary Mllhken, Marjorle Basmct, Allce Dogan Carol Collin Row III Left to Rxght Helen Crone Beverly Fowlle, Carlene Snow Maulyn Turner, Nancy Sargent oan Gould, Jeanne Rush, Elame Holmes SA Zmfk JJWM CH Presrdent Joyce Stetson Vxce Presldent Patr1c1a Sargent Secretary Manlyn Johnson Scrlbe Elmor Small Advlsor Mrs Rachel Young The Freeport Zenlth HOFIZOH Club composed of thlrty hlgh school gms lS part of a state wxde organlzatxon Our new Western Mame Councxl dxrector 15 'Mrs Rachel Tlbbets who was our guest durmg our mstallatxon servlce for new members on 'Vovember 29 Once every two weeks we meet at the home of a club member to hate a busmess meetmg and work on our projects wh1ch haxe mcluded makmg scrapbooks and dolls ward robes for a chlldren s hospxtal kfllttlflg and deslgnmg personal gifts An BCFIYIIY whxch has emphasxzed to us the lmportance of c1v1c serure ns our partlcl patron ln the annual Fourth of uly parade float contest The plannlng and arrangmg of our float IS always a tzme of fun and enjoyment to us all Other actxvmes thxs year have mcluded a Chrlstmas dance whnch was xmltatlonal, a Chrzstmas party where glfts were exvhanged and a food sale Edna Gould xs our asslstant adusor and Mrs Betty Fowlle, 'VIr Fxerett Gxles and Rev Leslle Craxg our sponsors JOYCE STETSONI, 51 .. U ' fu .. 1 - xi . u. "- l x 'hx 3 s. l ' ' . ! I I I , , . .I . - u u - I a Q. ' 3 : 1 J , . 3 Z Q I I 1 J I O e U Treasurer . ,... ......... . A .................................... Linda Williams I u I . . . A ' . . . V . . , - Y x ' . . 'l . ' D I . .4 ' V. . 5 X I - a. ii Row I Left to Rlght Nma Hanna 'Nazxre Plourde Marrlyn Turner Eddne Bonney Joe Marks Lmda Wlll13mS, 'Norma Brand Marjorie Basmet Row II left to Rlght Penny Hall Bexexly Fowl1e oan YN heeler lcllle Tlbbetts Mrs Fowlle Carol Coffin Shlrlcy Merrxman, Sandra Hanson Row III Left to Rxqht Helen Lrone Germame Grose, Carlene Snow Claudxa Brown Mary Mxlhken, can Pulll Patrxcla Hunter Alice Ann Dog ln 34 pain! all! p0l,U6lQl' Vlce Presldent Marllyn Turner Treasurer Joseph Marks Secretary Linda YV1ll1ams The Pam! and Powder Club was orqanlzed thus year under the dxrectlon o' Mrs Fowl1e The object of he Club 15 to obtam new stage equxpment At Chrlstmas an ass mbly was held wxth all the members partrmpaung, and before th1s year IS oxer we hope to hold another assembly Our Brst year as a club has proxed xery successful and we hope to h.ue many more members next year LINDA WILLIAMS, 53 lb ' Ml' , 57 x' I ' 2 , ' . 1. " - is L . A I fl . I f 44 Q I i X X f ' - 1 f' f BY , X 1 l rs . A : fn' ' is 'Q ' J I v 1 I s ' 1 D D I Y 3 1 5 s ' l ' l :J I 1 J1 ll I 1 ' ' I J J a . . K Z ' 1 ., . , V 1 , A . n J e ' u President ....,.,.............,........,..................,. Edward Bonney ' ! . I 1 ' . 4 Q ' . ll h C A l l f ali? , , , .ig z Q53 Q Row I Lett to Rxght Robert Lowell jack Wyman Harold Prosser Eaton R0b1HSOD, Fred CoHin, Davld Galar neau George Cossaboom Robert Pun.: Wayne M1ller, Bradley Curtls John Cookson Row II Left to Rrght Shrrley Bonney Al1ce Dogan, Shxrley Merr1man Jackie Sylvaxn Patrxcla Roy Marxlyn Turner Helen Crone Jean Rush, joan Wheeler Elmor Small Beverly Bowlxe Carol Collin Shlrley Slocum, Judy Hall Penny Hall Row III Left to Rxght Mr Wrlbur Laure-tte Puna Marjorre Basmet Germame Grose Lmda Wxllrams Jean Bovden oan Sawyer Claudla Brown Mary Mrllxken Katherme Ruzh Joyce Wyman, Arlene Davls, lxlazaxre Plourde Davxd Goldrup Row IV Left to Rxght R1chard Davls W1ll1am Warner Joe Marks James Atherton Glendon Curtis George Barnard James Johnson 'Worman Wxllxams Allan Powers Henry 'Moody Thomas Maler Lawrence, Robert son Arthur Robertson .At etlt' .!g550Clafl0ll The Athletlc ASSOCIZIIOH IS a club for those who are m athlet1cs and those who are interested xn them There are about fifty members w1th capable Mr Wxlbur as our advisor Officers are Presldent Fred Coffin Vnce Presldent Norm Wllll3mS Secretary Joan Wheeler Treasurer Bud Wllllams Our purpose is to obtam funds for varxous athletlc equlpment CAROL COFFIN, 53 X - 1 tr. X , , A' I , : , .. ,- , - - , - n, Z,. . . , I .l -1 . 1 3 1 I 1 D 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , Q . - nn . 4 - - n an ' ' ' . 3 , 2. . . ' - . . . 1.I .y 1 1 1 1 , . .. . .1 n 1 . 3 1- h 1 1 1 . 1 1- 1 1 1 1 ' , . S Q argl' . ,, N, a lg x A ,- 1,2 f' SA Row I Left to Rxght Patrlcla Flanders Bexerly Curtls Jackle Tlbbetts Carol Coffin Allce Dogan Shlrley MCTFI nan Row II Llcft to Rlght Mrs Xmmq Beserly Dans Mary N'I1ll1ken Dorls Blackstone Barbara Blacl-tstone Row III Imft to Rlght Barbnrx Estabroolt ulla Ploudz Ellzrbeth 'wictmlf Jeanne Rush Mfure Olfle WLILQFJ 0!..f4fnel'lCa Preslclent Carol Coffin Secretary Allce Doqan Trcwsurer Shlrley Merrlman Hxstormn Bexerly Curtis The Freeport Chapter of F H A fFuture Homemakers of Amerlcal was otqanlzed ln 1947 under the dlreetlon of Mrs Maxme Furbush For the past two years our new adx 1sor has been Mrs Clalre Vmmq The Chapter meets once exery two weeks After the busmess meetmq we work on many projeets such as knlttmz sewlng, Crocheting' emb OldCl'1I1g mak lng a Umted Natlons flag for Freeport Hlqh School and makmq things for the Amerxfan Red Lross The F II A has food sales dances and sometimes meets wlth other Chapters 1n Malne JEANNE RUSH, 53 ' . 0 ' ff "' EP - .. 8 Q. " 'V V, ' 2 Q? , X KX ,J K V, I t ' ' , ' g . bxfxif 1. f 'S if I" 1' , .F V3 D . 'xy : 7 V l 3 7 I A 1 . . ,. 1 - . . I , j 2 . ., ' ' , , 4 , , ' . , ,- Af : 1 1 ',J -, Q . ' . , . , . . ,' .,.,.... I .....,..... ........--.-,.-.............--..,-.--- C A Vice President .,.................. ,... ...,.....,........ J a ckie Tibbetts 1. ...Y......,....................,...-...--.-... ' f ' K 4 , 1 . . , . . . I . . K , 1 . g 4 . 4 v' . . 9 ' 1 ' 9 - s I t y 1 2 ' I in . - . v . , K , I 3 'rw je' ? iii ,E I 1 .fs w , -l A . F, , W I- I is .232 ff 1' Row I Left to Rxght -Xrthur Robertson ames johnson Joe Marks Nazalre Plourde Thomas Maler James Ath erton Row II Left to Rlght Jack Wyman lNorman Wmlhams Robert Moore Patrrck Profenno Davxd Galarneau, Mr Wxlbur l'aC For the first tlme rn many years Freeport entered a team 1n the annual Trlple C Track Meet whlch was held at Cape Ehzabeth on Fnday October 6 Freeport farled to wm thls meet but smce It was the first tlme any of us had ever been 1n one we really dxdn t expect too much Followmg IS a llst of ex ents and the names of those who took part 1n th m Worm Wlllxams 1 'Ville Run Jack Wyman Hxgh Jump 880 yd Relav N Ploude 100 yd Dash 440 yd Run 880 yd Relay 880 yd Relay 880 yd Relay 220 yd Dash Broad Jump ames Johnston Shot Put Art Robmson 1 Mile Run Drscus Dave Galarneau 1 Mrle Run James Atherton Hmgh Jump Robert Moore 1 Mrle Run Broad Jump Tom 'vialer l M116 Run JOE MARKS 51 I fs 1 I. : - :J 1 1 I 1 I 9 ' Joe Marks ................................ 100-yd. Dash Pat Profenno ............................ 440-yd. Dun J ------'--'----w--------------- . ' ------------------------------ R. Row I Left to Rxght Charles Abbott Robert Lowell R1chard Sawyer Norman W1ll1ams Fred Coffin Joe Marks ohn Coolsson George Barnard Row II Left to R1ght Mr xvllbul' jack Wyman R1chard Dans Bradley Curt1s, Wayne M1 ler Malcolm R1ch, N llllfl llourcl: Frome C ossaboom E1ton Rob1nson Row Ill left to R1ght Pltt L 1ll11n Henrx Nfloodx W1ll1am W arner Allan Powers Thomas 'Vialcr G52 a Four lettermcn are return1ng to the 1950 51 baseball squad These men ue co captams Fred Cofhn and Norm W1ll1ams, all league centerfielder Joe Marks, and eatcher Chlp Sawyer The xaeant pos1t1ons left by the graduates are bemg filled by hustl1ng ballplaycrs The 1n Held IS stronger OITCHSIX ely but the outfield 15 weaker defensnely The departure of Les Cra1g left Wlde gap 1n thc p1tch1ng staff, but the team 15 hopeful that It ean be filled Last fall the team played a number of pract1ce games, w1nn1ng two and losing three wh1le tymg one Many of the players that showed up well dur1ng these games Wlll be 1. the l1ne up dur1ng the regular season The team IS 1n fine Splflt and most of them agree that th1s season w1ll be a w1nn1ng one FRED COFFIN, l51 I 5 52 1 5 , f 5 5 'fl' 5 t . ' r F . , 3 . 5 4 ? 41 ' Qvmnr, ' .Shri ' 3 H. 7' " x , X , R , 7 : I 1 I I 3 I v , I 5 - 1 : . ' 1 1 J .111-' -,,-f-.,. ,z . I 7 'L 7 Z '1 V 1 ,Y ' ,ly J ' 1. A l ' - . I - ifwctxnxtxsze- ' tiff MMU' mlb- ing- eIll0l' V ay This year the Senlor Class had the opportunity of haung Mr Calxert direct their play Under the inspiring direction of Mr Calxert the Seniors made a great financial success of the three act comedy NO BRIDE FOR THE CROOM The cast were as follows SOPHIA SELBY .......,,................................................. ........ DIGBY PRINDELL ..............,...................................,........... wi 4-.5 Mr Ernest Calvert ELINOR SMALL EDWARD BONNEY JOLLY ....................v...........,..................................................,.................... MARILYN JOHNSON HERBERT PRINDELL .......,.............................,.................. JOSEPH MARKS SALAMANDY .........v............,............,.............,..........,,,.....................,,,............. NORMA BRAND BOOTS .........................,........,...,....................,....,.,.........................,....... BESS ..,..............,......,,.....,.,...,.....,..............,..,.,.......s..,..........,,. BELINDA GROOT ................,............,...............,.......,.....,., LINWOOD WILLIAMS MARY JEAN BOYDEN BETH BEDKER TOM SWANTON ..........,.,...............................,,....,.........,..,.......,...,,,.........,,, JAMES JOHNSON DOT CLAIRBORN .......................,............,.,,.......,.........,...,,,.....,,,...,,,,,, . PATRICIA SARGENT LIBBY LITTLE .......................,..,....................,...........,,,.........,,,..,.......,,,,,....,....,.,, NINA HANNIA PRISSY ....................,....,........................................................,..,................ .. LAUREI ROBINSON NO BRIDE FOR THE GROOM a farce on the subject of Love. The princip l characters, Sophia and Digby the old timers who are brought to fall in love by an article written by Dot Clairborn the local newspaper reporter. This brings many comical situations and experiences for Herbert and Dot Tom and Bess, the young lovers. The plot is thickened with the help of Jolly, an unforgivable mischief maker with ability to make people forgive her. Boots and Salamandy the colored folk with Libby and Prissy, the girls looking for their lovers, together with Belinda Groot the town gossip make it one of the most hilarious plays ever written. EDWARD BONNEY, ,51 Row I Left to Right Mary Mllllken Joan Wheeler Allce Dogan Elmor Small Beverly Fowhe Row II Left to Rlght Mrs Fowhe Carlene Snow, Linda Wxllxams Jean Boyden we gig Swammmg elllll On Friday October 13 1950 for the second year m SUCCCSSIOD the Freeport gxrls partxclpated 1n the Annual Trlple C Gxrls Swxmmmg Meet at the Boys Club m Portland The trlals were held ln the afternoon and the finals at night L1nda Wllllams served as manager and Joan Wheeler as captam The glrls who entered the trxals were Mary Mxlllken Allce Dogan Beverly Fowl1e Elmor Small Jean Boyden Carlene Snow Joan Wheeler Those who made the finals and competed at nlght were Beverly Fowhe lst place m dzvmg Joan Wheeler 3rd place m backstroke The elay race clrmaxed the evenmg wxth four gurls from each of the nme schools talung part freeport placed fifth rn all events with 8 pomts The members of the swlmmmg team wxsh to express their appreclatlon for the mterest which Mrs Fowhe has shown In thls actlvxty, and the tlme and effort whlch she has con trlbuted m makmg lt possrble for us to enjoy th1s sport JOAN WHEELER, '52 rw -W 'IQQYW Row I, Left to Rlght james Johnson Fred Coffin Norman Wlllxams Buddy W1ll13mS, Jaek Wyman Row II, Left to Rlght joe Marks manager Glendon Curt1s Mr Wllbur NPL 6 The Trl C annual boys sw1mm1ng meet was held ln the Portland Boys Club October 20 1950 The trials were held at 2 O0 m the afternoon to determme who wts to enter the finals There were elght eager boys that went from Fleeport for the semx fmals Out of these two were elxmmated At 8 00 P M the followlng boys entered the finals Norm Wxlhams, Buddy Wllhams Jlmmy Johnson Fred Coffin Glendon Curt1s, and Jack Wyman Freeport Hlghs Swxmmlng Team had been edged out 1n two preuous vears but thxs year we took hlgh honors and became Trlple C Champs by dunkmg the Cape and N YA Those placmg were Norm Wllllams lst 100 yd free, 3rd 50 yd back stroke jxmmy Johnson lst 50 yd breast stroke Glen Curt1s 2nd 50 yd back stroke Bud Wllll3mS Tled 3rd dxvmg The relay team consnsted of Fred Coffin, Norm Wxlllams, Jlmmy Johnson, Glen Curtxs Thls team rnlshed thlrd The score Freeport QOM, Cape 20, NIYA 18 NORM WILLIAMS, '51 - 4- 4 re-3 f ' .,- g r K w . 4 if 3 1 ir .I I , -. V -"- 1 '-Q' ' H ' v , ,. , , F. p, 7 2 1xu', " Hx what at QA.-t I . ' 'P' ' ' 21 . f."?.""'ff"- ' nf K f W if -1 N 1 I , ' , 1 . . : 7 , . . 7 V ' I 1 1 1 ' ' . . , . . . , I , . : 2 , . : . . : , Y I ' 1 , Row I Left hams oan Row II left to Helen Cron Mary Nitlllktn Shxrley Bonney, Elmor Small Jaekte Sylx sun Imcli W1 Shirley Slot um MISS Wood Marjorie Basmet Buerly Iowlxe MlTIlXD Turntr nn Wheelsr cllllill'i rr 5 ga5LefLa! Thls year has seen many changes m our girls baske tball team Althou h our season xl record as far as N1it0I'lES are concerned does not look too 1mpress1xe we feel that the team has come a long way smce the beqmnmq of the season I nder the mspnrmg roachlng of MISS Wood the team lmproxed xerv rapxdly We certamly 'nppremate all the tlmt she has spent with us and her unreasmq efforts to help us In anothtr year lret port wxll tc 21ClIIllI'C d by all It IS regrettable that more glrls do not take xdx tntage of thxs opportumty for real enjoy ment for basketball IS truly a lot of fun OUR SCHEDULE Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport Freeport 90 Falmouth Xlumnl Pennell Falmouth Alumm Pennell EI INOR SVI Xl I K. f ,- 4' -5 f 3 ' t, Q r 4, v 2 -' " , . XX P ' , 1 5 1 lm V2 5 F 3. In .. ,. , , - .. ., 4 , z j -,ju --, ,Q . Brown. n 7 ' ' ' ' .. 3 . ,Q 1 Y V-F l Y ' -"7 F ' x ' 4' V. 4 . f ' , " 4' 4 ' A , ' ' , ' . ' ' . I ' v - . ' 'X A 1 . L , r , ' .,. ', , . 25 . 'll 26 : ' 10 35 50 24 56 22 ' 8 - , 33 Row II Left to Rlght Earle McCarthy Bllly IN arner Rnehard Dans Mr XN1lbur ack Wyman Harold Pros ser, Daud Galarneau manaqer J un1or VC1IS1lY The season bezan thls year 'Noxcmber 8 with our first game at Cape Flllabeth whxch we lost by one pomt Durmg the year we hate dexeloped a promxsmnf team for freeport Illgh 1n years to come Xxllth our Capable manager and coach we began practxce ID the Illldtllf' of October exery day after school untll the end of the season Februarx 9 Durlng thc year we beat Wlndham Gorham Falmouth North Yarmouth Academy and Standtsh NTXZ XIRF PI Ol RDI' 53 f X: 1 V 3 ' jk . 'P-' af ... 6 W H I S, . , X x X .Q i 1 j ' If K I Q 1 ' S 1 Y 2 I y I W. Row I, Left to Right: Thomas Maier, Rdbert Puiia, Nazaire Plourde, Henry Moody, Allan Poyfrs. 1 ' : s v Y 1 A - 1 .I V Y 2 ' , , M I ., A ' l 1 l t 4 J 'V' . N ' . l 1 4 4 4 A 4 1 ' , K 4 ' l ' A I , ' , ' , . , j . f r ' . , , 'L , yr . 4 I' 1 . . P I fHEEPO,g, on! mit POR hte? Row I Left to Rxght Norman Wlll13mS Bradley Curtls Fred Coffin, George Cossaboom Glendon Curtls Row II Left to Right Eaton Robmson manager, James Atherton, George Barnard Mr Wllbur James john son Robert Lowell David Goldrup ga5LefAaf VGISIIY Although the team d1d not part1c1pate m a wmnmg season many feel that the schedule was not played m va1n The younger players on the squad gamed the needed experxence that hampered them at the begmnlng of the year Slx varslty players w1ll turn out agam next fll to begm what we hope wxll be a very successful season The four semors who w1ll not return are Captam Fred Coffin a forward Norm Wxlllams veteran guard Dave Goldrup and j1mmy Johnson reserve guards The loss of these men leaves a gap m the hc ght of the team but lt xs hoped that It can be filled by some of the Jay Vee players or by the ma er1al that wxll be arrlvlng from the grades below FRED COl'FIN 51 i,XtX1Xsztmz1 XX l . 1 e i 1 .fsf iflfil my? Row I Left to Right Patr1c1a Roy Claudia Brown Jean Rush jean Boyden Laurette Puna Row II Left to Right Marjorie Basmet joan Sawyer, Germaine Grose X 1 6 eefillillg Cheerleading' is an athlrtic actixity whirh ernph 151109 school spirit and sportsmanship, loyalty f irness nd uxnnastlc' ability Our purpose is to gnc barking to the teams and lead the Orqanizetfcheering of the crowd at the qunes W Ch erleaders of 50 51 wish to express our smccre thanks to WFS Randall who has dexote much tuna to Stirling this years team and to our coach Miss Edna Gould whose interest enthusiasm skill and originality has contributed so much to our progre s Under her professional direction we haxe enjoyed the season and hue added four new cheers Dynamo Dynamite Spree Chef-r La Congo and Howdy Doody. We also wish to thank the faculty and' townspeople for the barking which they have given us this year. cheerleaders this year ire: ,V eanne Rush ..,.........,......... oan Sawyer ....,...,,.....,,,...,.. llelc-n Crone ..........,,,.,,,,....., Ccrmaine Crow . ,,,...,,....... .. ,zu rite PL , Claudia Brown ,,....,...,....... .. Pat Roy .......,...........,.......... Jean Boyden ...................... Bhrjorie Basinet ..........,,...... Elaine Holmes ..................., - gears year year year year 1 year 3 years 2 years year 1 year JEANNF RUSH I -ft 3, J. . 740149 WMP Spock 724544 Miva X Uspwgq ,fwy We ' itmcaug What Would Happen Joe couldnt play baseba Pltt lost hrs dxmple Date forgot how to dance 9 Jlm Johnson got slrm 9 Allce lost her sm1le9 Aut amn couldn t see Bobby9 Laurel dxdn t have her secrets 9 Joyce got mad at Carlotta 9 Carlotta forgot how to wrlte 9 Vaughndella lost Roland 9 Marllyn didn t hate company from N H Jean dndn t get flustered easlly9 'Nlorm was called Whlskey lnstead of Brand anet wasn t a wolf ln sheep s cloth1ng9 1m A became a lady s man 9 Eddie became the next and first prtsldent of th from Ma1ne9 Eleanor lost her Bookkeeping knowledge 9 Nma wasn t such a jerk9 Pat wasnt so cute9 Beth couldn t act9 Elmor wasn t smart9 amce got marrled before d1d9 Joyce couldn t see Kexth 9 Phyllis grew tall9 Pat P dldn t fl1rt9 Rxchard wouldn t pass notes Ball dtdn t eat an Class9 Freddy wasn t sleepy9 Howard wasn t so well mformed 9 Hot Dog couldn t joke9 Kenneth dldn t drne so fast9 Eugene couldn t read ln class9 Buddy s halr grew tn stra1ght9 'Nlormxe forgot to say By Cracky Pat Sargent s hatr turned black 9 Kay couldn t laugh at Miss Wood s jokcs9 NINlA HANVNIA 8a NTORNIA BRAND MY CLASS The Semor Class of fifty one I must admlt 15 a lot of fun I ye known them now the years count four But somehow lt seems like a great deal more And now my yery best Ill try to do In presentmg th1s year s class to you Tops ln sports and subjects all Of course I m talklng about Elmor Small Kay Barley IS next on my llst of names Shell be a lne wlre when my splrlt wanes Glve oe Marks a bat a glove and a ball And he wouldn t care rf the roof were to fall Class jester and comlc but a pretty good fellow That s man s best frxend Hot Dog Mello Pat Sargent drlves to school every day When you see her comlng get out of the way 5 Nfaralyn s Interest lies far away Somewhere an New Hampshlre so they say anace and Joy ce our fayorlte two W hen Joyce IS married what w1ll an do9 Janet Shaw has a grand sense of humor If someone says no-xt s only a rumor 'Nlorma IS short and sweet as Candy N hen you want to dance just call for Brandy She lS cute as a button and sharp as a tack For frxends Patty Roy w1ll net er lack Curly hatred Buddy has an arrogant way He comes to school often why doesnt he stay9 Jlm Johnson thlnks hlstory a mystery of names Mlss Wood say s, Put your hand down, ames P1tt1s the guy wtth that cute llttle dlmple Llkts l1fe 1 lot he thmks lt s qutte slmple C larlon edltor and a wonderful frat nd NM wish lmmy Atherton good lutk tll tht tnd I aurel IS next wxth ptrsonahty plus In study hall sometimes she mak s QUIIL 1 uss Bookkeepmg for Ford IS tn Eleanor s l1ne In shorthand and typmg she also does fine Freddy Croflan 15 our man He trles ln sports the best he can Basketball SWIITUDIHQ and all the 1est Norman YN lllxams as an there dom has best A real good guy IS Howard Mxller Some would say he s a klller dlller He runs around he was shot from a gun Now Blll clrn es cars just to show how t done C arlotta and oyce are frxends you s Wfhere one 15 found the other wvll be Autumn Noble so they say Coes to see Bobby ex ery day' Eugene Cllllam has a car And a gxrl just like a moyxe star Beth Bedker s an actress the best one we know We hope to stardom someday sae w1ll go Pat Profenno IS handsome wlth a dark roymg eye He doesn t know just where he should fly 'Vow Alxce tan smlle like no other one She llkes to laugh and just for fun C lass president smger prxze speaker and actor Eddle s also a poet an outstandlng factor Rlchard C passes notes ln the hall eyery day I wonder what m the world they say9 Someday Vaughndella w1ll be Mrs R C Wlth chlldren galore how happy shell be 'Wow I realxze some of thls verse 15 a crime But lt s terrlbly hard to find somethlng to rhyme NINA HANINIA 51 Detent1on School IS over at twenty mmutes of two And then do you know what all the kxds do9 They run to see where detentlon xs tc be And there they stay tll twenty mmutes of three WAYNE MILLER, 53 . , . 1 119 .l , , - ' ' ' 7 3 J ' v C I . .7 . . 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MAINE 'vfalne be lllllflll VI unc In wmtmr Xour qllttc rlng snow c ippc d h1lls In summc r Y o11r glorlously woocltd X11 Wa NI11111 colorful VI11111 In autumn Your sw1rls of eolort d lm 111 In sprmg X our slowly greenmq grass Vfalne fun loxmq Wfalne In summer Xour be u hfs beqgms, people to SWIITI In w1nttr Your frozen ponds and llltes for sls 1t1nL, Vhme busy 'vfaxne In sprmg Clettmg re 1dy for sun1mer tr 1de In autun1n Sc Y1CllY'lL tht 111 homf IL 11n NI 11ne swt 1 t smcllm NI une In w1nter lhe tangy sun ll of p1n1s spruet md hemlock In summer The punL,c nt smell of drxlng has Nhme 1lw1ys 'Nffsune In w1nter 1n summer I ox ed by people ex ery where In sprmg 1n autumn Lox ed by people stlll PAMELA WN IIITTEN What Would Happen R11 l1 1rd were harsh 1nste'1d of Mello lx: num th were Q walker mstead of Ryder P1tlo1eda general mstead ofa Sargent Ilow :rd was '1pI'lIllCI'1l"lStC ld of a M1ller l It d stop red laughmq and st 1rtcd Coffin 1111 1 w1s nmed C lenna lI'lStC'lCl af Hanna l' l1nor w1s large 1nstead ofSm11ll NOIIIII was 1 tr 1dc mark and not 1 Brand P It k1sstd ohn mstead of Roy joe lf ft blanks 1nstead of 'Vfarks Nutumn was n Iughty 1nste1doflNoble met S 11d hurumph mstead of Shaw ELENNOR WIIITTENI 51 POEM It was just '1 pla1n l1ttle maple In the common hgh of day But w1nter mght lt was less staple In the f11ll moon s s1lvery r1y Twas trlnsformed to 1 tl-meg enehantmg A pr1sm1t1e phantom 1n the mqht Soft glllllllllflflg m the muted hqht Pale thmzg of fr1g1lc beauty Deeen es us 1n IIS dISQUlSC I' 1lse Qhtter of 1ts frosty Wrap could melt before our eyes It would be just a tree agam Standmg so bare and bleak and pla1n BE'I H BEDKER Song H1ts and F1ct1on let It snow' I et lt snow' Let ll srow Down by Iht Old Mlll Stream You C rc 1tB11, Be1ut1ful Doll R leg rlg rxgm 1 Dr1nlIto1r14 only w1th thmc urs Xou bt long to me K 1rl IN llll The Roxmg Fu So long It s bt en good to know xou We ll Bllllll 1 Bung xlow 'vfiry 'vi try QUIIL C ontr 1rx L1sten My ch1ldrer1 and xou shall hear Don t throw cold water on the flames of lose Nix he 1rt cr1es for xou Don t hght the feelme Whose clog art thou? Daddx s I 1ttle G1rl II11r of gold eyes of blur P1tr1e11 Im 'IS jumpy as 1 emlu t on 1 srrmg I 111 IS rtstltss 1s 1 w1llow 1n 1 Wll'ILl storm No school Buddy and 9 lmmy J jxmmy 'X Elmor D1plom'1 II-Iopej Nma Virs Rlndall Vaughndella md her catch Eleanor o Careful Kay Freeport H1gh School We love school R1ch1rd Beth Pat S Pat R Phys Ed Class Eugene EI EANOR WIII ITPN '11 . . . ' 1 1 1 I I 1 , 1 I 1 - e , . . - - - v1 1 .1 , 1 , ' 1 r ' K ' Y . ., . ' .. ' - 4 4 1 1 1 , . . , , . . ' I 1 K' A 4 I .V . . X.. y l , . . I 1 1 .1 1 1 1 I 1 ', I 1 ' . - V . 1 1 Y . I 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 : ' : 1 X1 '-s: . . . 1 ,, ' J 1 ' . , . , ' I 1 I I 1 , ,, 1 h - Y I 1 , ' ' K I 4 MF' . . Ja ,1 1 . 1 1 V ' ' A A A s. - x ' 3 I 117 I' ' 7 1 1 ' 1 '1 j. I 1. , . ' I i ' , . . . 4 'LI 1 1 1 1 j -1 ' . 1 IQ . - 1 9 sy I L 1 ' I' - ' 1 - fz 'z . 1 ' , . 1 . , ' 1 I . , ' fr A L' i , . . . A K 1' A H 1, 1 , 1 . X 1 x, . 1 1 x . " A ,- 1 ,- 1 1. 5 I I - , I I W i V' . . 5. 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I I. , 1 My Ass1gnment Teacher says I must wr1te verse Can you thmk of anythmg worse 7 Me I am the prosy kmd Rhymes are never on my mmd Teacher says I must make rhymes The kmd found on valentmes Me I never dxd asplre To set poetry lovers hearts afrre Teacher says I must be a poet It s deathly slow but she don t know Wrrtmg verse IS dehmtely hard Belng a poet mstead of a card Thls has been my assrznment Wrxtten wrth lrttle refinement Hope I have not been a bore Cause I m not gomg to wr1te anymore E WHITTENJ 51 Detent1on It comes one forty And what do I do? I go to detentlon For an hour or two I look at my Engllsh I open the book I thmk whoex er wrote lt Must have been schnook I look out the door And what do I see? Some boys out there Laughxng at me I know what I m gomg to do I am gomg out there And show those boys a thlng o two I open up my math book And what do I see? Tomorrow s assngnment Starmg at me It comes to three forty And what do I do? I go to my home room Detent1on IS through RICHARD DAVIS Study Hall Dld you ever slt rn Study Hall When there IS not a class at all? The teacher says Now please be quret She leaves the room and there s a not I try to study and not to shlrk But wxth all the fun I just can t work At rankmg t1me I thmk wlth appall Of the hours I wasted m Study Hall MAUREEN SARGENT 53 Stxth Study Hall Bnology rs over The tune 18 twelve ten I head for srxtth Study Hall As fast as I can That boy beside me They say he s a pest I lrke hxm quxte well He s as good as the ren. I hear the first bell It s now twelve fifty live I ut up an my seat I fed quite ahve just Bve mmutes more And what do I do? I go to my last penod Then school wrll be through I go to my last class I can t fool around If I want to get out And go down town RICHARD DAVIS The Cheer Leaders Kllly Bah Ktlly Bah Kllly Bah, Bah Freeport Hlgh School Rah Ra 1 Rah Hear that vrbrant cry' That s the cheerleaders of Freeport Hlgh The cheerleaders are by name Claudxa Brown of great fame Of Freeport High she ll always smg Joan Sawyer IS number three A truer cheerer there ll never be Marjorle Basmet thmks of Marne But cheers for Freeport J st the same Jean Boyden has got a yell That we all thmk rs mrgntv swell Patty Roy and her srster lean In cheermg make a clever team Laurette Puua IS number elght Wlth her cheers she s never late Elame Holmes and Helen Lrone, Two substltutes that are always ready To cheer for Bradley George and Freddy And so wlth school spm' r dmg high To wln a game the time IS nlgh MARY MILLIKEN 54 Stud1es ome Ee leaves me weary as a pup Scxence gets me all maxed up Englxsh I can t get through my head In Math I feel like gomg to bed CAROLINE COLBY, 54- - . I 1 I 1 ' 7 , . . . . . 3 S v I 1 - , lt. ' - - 9 3 ' ' ' . , . . , h , , . , I . ' , . , . , . t ' ' , ' Y ' . u o I Walt ul fW0'f0ffY And lxttle Germaine Grose, sweet thmg, s A . , . . I r . t - 'L. . , . - 5 s . . , , - 1 ! 3 ' , . . a Q IC . ' ,I . , . , . , H . . . , . . 9 I 9 A , A Day In Comp As the warm, smoky smell of the flammg fire lulled me to sleep I experxenc d a profound feelmg of happmess My cares were left behmd and I knew the joy of bemg completely relaxed and carefree Never dxd the outslde world wlth 1Ls worrles and heartaches seem so far away Every so often, the sound of a blue Jay, callmg to hns mate, broke the mysternous strllness of the great out doors Then the chattermg of the chlpmunk as he scolded and screamed for nuts and acorns roused me from my chair by the fire to watch and laugh at the foolish antics of Mother 'Watures chlldren Even as these llttle fellows scurrled to and fro gathering food for wmter the proud and elus1ve deer were Heemg mto the dark thlckets, hopmg for peace and securxty from that ever present enemy, man KAY BAILEY 51 An Unexpected Caller One very foggy even1ng last August my famxly and I were havmg our supper The phone rang and was answered by my brother He call d to my l1ttle slster Ruth tellmg her that Rhonda her playmate next door wanted to speak to her Ruth after talk mg and puttmg down the recelver very casually asked Mama may I go out to the back yard? Rhonda wants me to look at a moose cut there 'Veedless to say, Ruth was nearly bouldered over by the exodus of grownups runmng to ee that moose In fact we were so exclted we nearly knocked each other over trymg to get out before the moose ran now because the moose was 1n no hurrv She stayed around for nearly half an hour untxl she fimshed her supper of nlce green grass However our supper was cold and not so mce when we got back to the dmmg room PATRICIA SARGENT 51 November Ep1sode I have the urge to go for just one more walk rn the woods before the snow flxes Leavlng the house, the sky IS overcast and the alr has an ommous chlll The leaves which only a few weeks ago were crlsp and crackly are now lxmp and sodden The ever green trees stand llke dark sentxnels uddenly they sxgh ln the wmd Shlvermg I ask ncyself why I came out mto th1s bleak landscape An lndescrlbable gloom settles on my bemg xmpellmg me to hasten home The wmd roars a dead tree crashes to tfe earth a solltary crow wmgs hrs way mto the forest I feel the stmg of an xcy snowflake hxttmg my cheek Turning abruptly I hurry out of the woods and across the fields The dlstant llght xn the window guldes me through the thxckenxng dusk .At last I reach the door It swmgs open at my touch and the room wxthm, radiates a wealth of llght warmth and frnend lmess I am thankful to be home BETH BEDKER 51 Freshman In1t1c1t1on That fatal day we faced w1th dread, Baggy stockmgs on feet and lampshade on head, Wlth saggmg undzes we marched through town, Palnted wlth l1pst1ck l1ke a jolly old clown There were boos, and jests we were looked on wrth scorn But bemg brave Freshmen we staunchly marched on They paddled and drove us back to the gym We stood ln a lmc each face verv grlm Each stunt was worse than the one before We all were very bruxsed and sore If vou ever should want to find Someone who IS very kmcl just look at a Sophomore and you w1ll se How very kmd they really can JEAN PULK 54- My Favonte VIGW Recently we moved IHIO a fairly larg house whxch has provlded me wlth endless hours of explorlng and plannlng Durmg th1s t1me I have found many fa vorlte nooks and crannles One of these xs a dormer w1ndow 1n the attxc The window IS buxlt w1th seat so that one may curl up there Wllh hardly any chance of bemg found and dxsturbed Consequently, I can often be found ln my vmdow seat wxth my favorlte book or slmply dreaming away the hours Because the house xtself sxts on a hlll the attlc IS brnght blue waters of Casco Bay I can just lmagme the saxlboats and other craft on that px turesque bay Immedxately below me I see the freshly plowed garden waltmg for the frlendly sun to coax out the green sprouts whlch wlll eventually provxde us with fresh vegetables Later ln the sprmg I wxll see the apple blossoms which will transform the now bare trees to a breathtaklng lov ellness ust beyond the garden the rallroad track greets my eye I enjoy watchmg thc tram puff out of the statlon and struggle to gam momentum 1n order to be speedlly on xts way To my rlght I see the houses of the vxllage Per haps they COHSIIIUIC the toy vlllage .n a giant I he watchlng over them now' But I must not let my lmagmatlon run away W1 h me Is that my mother callmg me-9 Goodness I hadn t realxzed It was so late My book long forgotten rests ldly lh my hands I guess I must end my dream mg untll another day ELINIOR "vfALI , 51 1 . 1 , ' . . , ' Y . . , . . , ' 3 , . 4 v A l ' . , - g . . , . 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I ' , 9 5 ' , Y Why I L1ke L1v1ng In Freeport My prlnctpal reason for enjoylng llymg m th1s small town IS a strlctly personal one Because of its small size and llmtted population I have met and made many lastlng frlends from whom I could not separate It IS the close knlt frxendly 1tt1tude of these people whlch makes l1y1ng here extremely pleasurable At the present trmc I 1m a semor rn hlgh school and as such am confronted wlth the Washington trrp and 1ts money YHISIIIQ problem Although thls subject may not seem to be connected wrth enjoyable lrylng 1 Freeport lt ts Prlmartly I haye dlscoyered the great rnterest of the CIUICDS of freeport toward the school pupll Local organ111t1ons haye gryen us rm measurable baclcmg 1nd tsslstanee 1s also haye m1nv lndxyldual persons Thls then hrs Inspired ln a group of thrrty four young people 1nd future cltlzens of Freeport a heart felt gratltuclc xnsprratlon and rn centtye and rs cert11nly 1 ereclxt to the town and all l1y1ng therexn Also I hilll plc1scd to Inc here because I am proud of the town Prlde ID 1 commumty IS rn rtself a rea son for enjoying restdlng there I am proud of the scenlc skyltne the beaches the peoole thc towns hrstorxc past the fertlle so1l the thrxytng buslnesscs the educat1onal and relrglous facllltxes and the soelal and CIXIC mlnded clubs and organlratlons freeport IS a town 1n whrch I would be proud to hate my ehrl dren born and matured Freeports church and school system 1re justly ad mlred We haye some of the finest churches m the state These lnclude the Congregatronal Baptrst, Cathollc Unryersalrst and C hrrstlan Science churches These afford a definxte and great mfluence oyer the young people of the town as lt also does the adult populatron The schools proylde our chrldren with the necessary educatronal background needed to make one a credxt to any communrty Our schools, whreh are rated as first class, should o clted for the soclal benehts recened from all who attend them A pleasant atmosphere and a fine drsclplrnary sys tem supply the pleasant lnfluence, yet consrderatron for others so needed by us when we emerge from school to go to our many and y1r1eel ways ln l1fe Berng a person who enjoys wrtnessln a th1ng pro gress, I am therefore contented wrth my lrfe here Freeport IS rdeally located belng near Portland Brunswrck and Lewlston and haymg the adyaatage of seacoast shlpplng rallway and bus commumcatron not to mentron numerous and sundry other con yenxences The town also prides rtself on the number of transportatlon systems lt has Buses, taxls trams all are conyemently centraltzed proyldlng an rdeal trayel s1tuat1on Seasons here are fayorable cnablrnv us to enjoy swrmmmg ln the summer Also there rs hrlclng plc nrclclng, r1d1ng and other outdoor sports In wmter, sknng, skatmg tobogganmg and sleddlng occupy a great deal of our time Nutumn 1nd sprmg 1re I belxey e, partlcularly apprecrated for the new fresh clean appearance they present lreeport s mam street has thxs txdy, neat appearance whlch supplles a fay or1 ble lmpresslon to tour1sts and tr1yclers as well as pride on the part of the resrdents Our towns entertamment f1c1l1t1es 1re aboye re proach We haye our small cle1n the rter whrch pro yrdes good, wholesome IIIONILS 1rd o her enjoyment for the entlre communrty We haye our youth cen ter affordlng rccre1t1on 1nd tl"lliII1ll'lIllPl'lI of hrgh quallty to any or 111 reg1rdless of race, rellglon creed or soclal posmon Our bowlrng alley 1f'fords g1e1t pleasure to many people who otherwrse Ifllglll h1ye no sport rn whxeh they were Interested Sports here 1re 1 contmuous prstrme to 1nyone c1rmg to partlexpate rn them We enjoy b1seball softball bas lcetball and yarrous other sports Here we h1ye many oecupatlons to choose from, eonsxdermg the sxze of the communlty One mam source of 1ss1st1nce, eooperat1on, and efhclcncy Iles rn our stores Grocery stores, dry good stores drug stores, hardware stores and 1ll others brmg to Free port her commerce, supply her e1t17ens and then too grye them cooperatlon and excellent seryrce The owners and operators of these stores are united IH the Chamber of Commerce 1nd orgamratron whlch 1lso greatly a1ds the communrtv 1s 1 whole Freeport IS fortunate to h1ye lIl'll'ly places of lnter est and beauty to attrrct her e1t11ens 1nd tour1sts These lnclude Cnsco C 1stle, Desert of VI11ne, South Freeport pler Xllen s Look Out Flower md the burld mg rn whleh Vfalnes mdepenclencc 1s a state was gamed Thrs surely IS 1 credmt to the town I 'ifll also partrcularly grateful for lnmg here when I eat the fresh luscrous lobster, crabmeat and cllms whrch are taken dally from our own waters Here these dellcacres can easxly and econom1e1lly be obt11ned by those who wrsh them I lrke l1y mg here because there 1re no liquor Stores to entree and degrade Here zlso there IS no r1c11l segregatlon or prejudrce We are fortunate rn the fact that here people of all fuths ne 1cecpted Also there 15 mother re1son why I nlye llymg here I suppose eyeryone has the 571118 ld 1 and that IS because we h1ye llyed here 1nd feel lt ts home We feel eomfortaole and at ease IH our surroundlngs 1nd therefore are happy too Freeport, rn my opmxon IS the 1de1l place to lrye I loye It here and am contented to st ry here for the rest of my l1fe workmg with and for the town help mg to keep rt the Hne place 1t1s A semor entry rn the C h amber of Commerce Pr17e Essay Contest May l95O . . . . , A . . . 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R cw 'V K I. t 7 I ' ' . . . 1 ' ' - ' 3 9 - . . . . . 3 ' J , , . 7 , . ,A A . . .r A, . . ., .c c . , Imagmed Tour of Wctshmgton Upon heirlnq anyone talk about Washlnqton we 1IIIHIFCll"iIPlj become lnterested lnd hate 1 feellneg of expectancy Of course the center of 1DtCfCSt ln thls fabulous tlty IS tht K lpltol Thls ljllllilllla IS known by IOUFISIS from txerx plrt of the world The dolne o thls ljllllllllll ttl uts llluth lOlIlIlllIIl lnd lnter t oule ret to Xl t IS ul 1 e th yt r slr pllllt tl e up: tlls s lt sc l0l'1I0l. 1 1 lX'llllll.lll park Ne lr IILIFLQQIOIII lll lnd e tstlt ll Olllf Juli lllls plum 1119111 s r flllll ITIL true LQIIIOKI' lql ls 1 As we LOIIUIIIIC ln our thouffhts our Illlllll focuses on the offices of thc Senate and thc House of Repre sentatlxes whcrt our senators and representatlxes are Thls lnterests us because It forms 1 clear pleture of the bL11ldlI'lQS ln whlth our stlte 15 represented We xlso see the Whltc House 'md the Sm thsonlln Instl tute Nhny collections of xarlous klnds and lmpor tance lan be found here We mix End hlstorlc mem OIFS whlth refresh our IIIIIHT: of the hlstory of our tountrx It Illllxfi the 1l'll ldents more rc ll1SllC As we rontlnue on our way we find Freer Museum and the National Art Museum whlch retaln objects of lntt rest about the formation of our country At the mustum cln be found thc largest rock crystal ln the world You 4 ln llso see a eonscrvttory of troplewl pl lnts Ont of the tyre lust 1ttr'u'tlons ln thls elty IS the HNIIlllOllt Ilncoln 'Vhmorltl lihls bulldlng pays trl butt to l great 1nd belowd nlln of our eoun ry IS llllllllltlg IS 1 ln lllllflll tlltrhle lillfltt The II 'ir at IS from CCOYQII mc lt IS IIIHOUS for lts beau ind QUllllX Fherc ire sufrtl flights of stsllrs to :go xdds to IIS beauts for It mlkes l promlnent to the ty: because of IIS ralsed effect 'lhe S126 of the bulld lnq ls IIHPOYVIHI also whleh leads us to thlnk of the Pcntiqon The roof IS mlde of translucent marble y fret hlafh Ilneoln ls faced so as to ZIWC e efIect thlt he IS looltlnq out through the colonade to the C apltol ThlS brlnqs us to bellese he IS watchlnq mer the C lpltol of hls tountrx JANIICF. STETSON 3 A Day At School The bell lt rlnqs at fue of Clqht We sl urry to our rooms so we won t be lstc Xll too soon our Hrst tlass beqlns I slt the re w lltlnq for the tlme lt tnds We fin lllx get through the long flrst 1 l tss Out through the h Ill wt nolsllw piss On to tht suond eltss we slowly stroll I'o enlluhtm n our tt lther on what wt know Setond cllss on r on to the thlrd Golnff down the h tll whlsperlnq IS ht lrd The team her 19 standlng there by the door The whlsperlntf has ceased, the steps lre slower The bell rlnqs loudly for the pUp1lS to plss But I stu rlqht here for another class NN hen the next bell rlngs lt means we h uc dlnner So awsv we 'ill rush who ll be the wlnner B it lt to sc hool, h'lnq our coats on the hooks, Rush to our rooms for the nccess Irv books lk hen tht hell rlnqs, lt s off we tio Only three mort Llssscs as wc lll know Tht n on to slxth pe I'l0Ll, ll s fin llly Illllt Xs wt eo through the study h lll we gllnce tt e SIQDS Thls ptrlod seems to dr iq Ollt 1 lot I somt llfllfi wonder lf the bell I9 1 luqht The bell rlnefs aqaln, one more pe I'lOCl to sulxlxe Now all the puplls look 1 llttle nlore 'due W hen the next bell P11125 our c lisses are o er W e get excused and rush out the door CATHERINE RICH, 54 ' l Q 1 i . 1 ' 1 l 1 - U 1 1 . 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A L A ALUMNI Class of 1948 Robert Bennett Employed at Davls Shoe Factory Married Resldes 1n Freeport Patr1c1a Bernard Employed at the Tradmg Post Re sxdes ln Freeport Robert Brand Employed at Rado Statlon WRFD Worthmgton Ohto Janlce Gapen In the WACS Sldney Brewer In the Army, Camp Cooke Call forma Jeanne Cralg Student nurse at Deaconess Hospxtal Boston Mass Douglas Cossaboom In the Naxy Gloria Lrossett Roland Curtts In the Army Thelma Dunnmg Employ ed at Lewlstoem Trust Bank Freeport branch ohn Davls Attends Bowdoln College Rlta Galarneau 'vlarrled Resldes m Lawrence Mass Glenn Fournxer In the Army Camp Gordon Geor ta Vlrgmxa Hall Attends Nasson College Rxchard Lay ers In the Army X lrgmla Muriel Harp-Res des 1n Brunswtclt Wllllam Lunt Attends Gorham Normal School Luella Llbby 'Vlrs Burton NIICITIITIAII Resldes xn Chtcago Il George Lowell Drnes the Lowell O11 Truck Mar ned Resldes ln Freeport Paulme Lxtchheld Mrs Kenneth Xosmus Works xn Shoe Factory Freeport 'vfarlan Smtth Mrs Stanley Ltbby Resldes ln Free port W llltam Taylor In the Army Daphne Towle Married Res1'les ln Portland Rtchard Tryon RCSldES 1n Pownal Helen Wllllams 'Warned Resldes ln Bath Lauren Tuttle Jr Attends Gorham 'Normal School Laura Wxnslow Mrs Robert Bennett Works Telephone office Freeport james Weed In the Alr Force Patrula Wordtn Vlarrled Resldes tn Portland Kenneth Wxlson Attends the Unnersx ,f of 'vfame Class of 1949 Alden Bennett In the Navy Rhode Island Edward Coflin Attends the Unlversltv of Mame Donald Cray Resldes 1n Freeport Wfae Cushmg RCSIGCS ln Freeport Phlllp DeRos1er Works xn DeRos1er Store Free p0rt Lloyd Donoyan Employed at Moody s Carage Frtc port Harold Estabrook In the Army 1 amp Stewart Georgia Adclxe Fields 'Married Kelth Grddmgs Employed at Taylors Shoe Factory Resldes ln Freeport Louls Haskell Jr In the Navy Marllyn Hlcks Resxdes mn Pownal ane Johnson Vlarrted Resxdes m Florxda Vtnme Lew1s Marrled Barbara Llbby Employed Edmar Shoe Restdes n Freeport Vlrgxnla Llbby Mrs Nathan Allen Resxdes m Free port Wmmfree Lltchfield Restdes ln Freeport Wxlltam Lormg In the Arr Force Ann Macomber Attends Flsher In Boston Jacquelme lviartln Wiarrled Barbara McKay Works ln Freeport ilesxdes m Free port Harry 'Nason r In the Army Ann Palmer Resxdes ln Harpswell ames Robertson jr DFIXCS Casco Cleaners Truck Resldes tn Freeport Horace Rowe Jr In the Alr Force Douglas Shaw Jr In the Marmes Callforma Leo Simmons Employed ln shce factory Freeport atquelyn Stxlphen Receptlonlst for Dr WllllamS Resldes m Freeport George Sulllyan Jr Attends Unnerslty of Mame Donald W 'ide Resldes 1n Freeport Vlary ane Walsh Mrs S1dnev Brewer Resldes m Calxfornla Lou1se Weed Works m shoe factorv Resldes m Fr eport Frank Weymouth In the Army Georgla Bettyjean Wlnslow Resldes l'l Saxan nh Georgla Ruth W rlght 'vlarrled Jane Allen Resxdes ID Freeport Donald Baker Resldes ln Boston Bessnt Austln Attends Gorham 'Normal School Carol Bernard Mrs Leon Kelth Resxdes ln Wash mgton D C Cathleen Carey Employed tn Portlarto Pearl Charltray Wlorks and resldes ln BFUHSWICR Eyelyn Coflin Attends Flsher Boston Vlass Leslle Crane I Attends UHIXPFSIIY f Mame Altce Crone Student nurse ln 'Vlame General Hos p1t'1l Portland Ralph Dams Resldes m Freeport Carol Dunmng Attends Northeastern Busmess Col lege Portland Feorge Earl Attends Unnersxtv of Mame Kenneth Fourmer Employed at International Har tester Corp Brunswlck Re ldes n Freeport Annabel Goldrup Attends Ftsh r Bos on Mass ohn Rxchard Hanscome Attendmg a law school m Boston Ieanne Hanson Mrs Rlchard Pulk Ioan I-Iatt Resldcs m Freeport Pa rxcn Hersey Works m the ofFce at Freeport Shoe Fictory Bc ty Hut s Attendmt, Atlmtlc UNION College Mass Rlchard Hllton In the Army Iohn Holmes In the Nan Boston VIass Maureen Kelly Resldes m Soltle Freeport , .- . , . ' . . . . .gi r . . . - .L X , , . . . . . . - , , . . . . - , - -Q . . I . . l 4 Q LI l . -- , - , . . . - . I ! ' . . , A A Y A 9 .I 'T' ' . , . J , .- A . 4 A , , , J , 1 I , x , T I . . . -K . t s 'T 1 ' - t , , . A Y . X . , . - I , I , - . . , A , T h , . I , . - I K . , . . . q ,. . . 1 1 - M 1 . ' , J 1 v-v - - - L I v ' . . l , . . . l TI I I A ' I A 1 . , - - , A. v , -A . . V . - , , , . - . I . . . . . , , , '- ' I ' It , K . I . v - I MA ' , -I . . Ralph McMahon-Wlorks in Portland, Resides in Class of Y. l -I I . h l . "-' ' ' . 1. , .XI . . I -' . h l . l' - . . ' in ' ' -, ' , , I . ,' . .' I.'r,-r.-I 7 " ' .I . - . . I ii. . A . h l 'l ' 'I . , D I 4 . A t , 4 . I . . l . -V' 4 I v K I I. "4 I' . . It I 1 I l - . Y 4 I 1 W - V . A . l - I U - U ' ., ' . s' i . M . l . 'A Y - . ., , . , . -1 P 1 ' v . I . ' -1 l 1 ' e A o ' ' , I ' - 1 1 . 1 --f . . I ' 1 . F I . ' - W 1 ' - , " ' 'k. - - 1 nf . : Y 1 , l I' T ' T 'fs s A - L L Bean Inc FREEPORT MAINE gas, Taste The Old Time Goodness of New England s Favorite Food 'lli!l"4ll 4'-1, ,L ,, , ,, -I Compliments o ALLENS GUTF STATION L YV Allen r T. A ,..,. I Compliments o PAUL L POWERS Complzments o DESERT of MAINE Freeport Mamm Alpheus G Dyer, Inc, Agents OEMRAI INSLRANC E X C DX R R lx DYER F1 eeport Mame LEWISTON TRUST CO Lexuston Mame BANKERS Llsbon Falls Niechamc Falls DCIVIS Insurance Agency E H Dans J 1-3 Domus REAL ESTATE Freepox t Nlame Prudfntzal In mama C omj any Complzmefzts of LOWELL OIL COMPANY FILKIJOII Xilllll rl hanlum, the K lxss of gl lox tha II patmnl 1 FOOD ILCR TO TIIF CI XSS Ol JORDAN S GREENHOUSES I re c pmt NI um 9 AJ . . ,J. 1 'Z . , ,lf ' A T4 , 1. 'E . '. 4, ' '. I . . Y. ' 4 . 4. "I A n A 3 . 1 ' , A . V X " 4 1 7 Freeport Agvnt ' " f 1255 ,F . ' . ,'. . lg, 1 , fl' ' , " '52 7 afxv -.A in x F-U --A,2' l COFFIN BUILT HOMES Right Ruggcd Reasonable Sparc thc Timbvr and Spoil thc House Freeport NED COFFIN Mwim PLUMMEBS I G A STORE Self Sc TVICC Saxm .Supfr 1WarkftPrzcfv Funport Mame Complzments o E G SHETTLEWORTH Ihr Stow 0 Iarz ty I ucpolt Niouns Complzmcnts 0 SMALLS DRY GGODS FREEPORT NI xlx r Our Best H ZXIIIS or Futun Suncms Comphmems O lo Ihe Uunbfrx o FflE1C7If f lam 0 1931 The Mens Shop Inc Ninn S ut m nut 111 111 U n an I 111011 ISO , - -Q2 ', ' 'A gs . ' 7 ,. ,, VA, f NI ,X , I' f 5 - x - .'t1"' F1'-1-lf' ' ur,-1f2fJI1" for . 1' fflfnyxu al. ' '24 --clSui1s for I.LlKlil'x Complzments of Freeport Hardware Co. lr :pmt lN1amL F N ICHOLSON'S VARIETY STORE port M Complzments o FREEPORT SHOE CO Complzmenls o lydys lewelry Store Complzrnents o Russell J eannotte Comp! ments O Class of 52 Compllments o Class of 53 Comp! ems 0 Class of 54 Comp! menfs O Co pl n nfs o HORIZON CLUB 4 f I A f Main Strcvt F 4 f I f - If I f fm 1, BOY'S Hi-Y Frceport High School m llf e f C-omplzments o Compliments o GORDON M TAYLOR QUONSET SERVICE D E L Plumbm and Hfatzn Ughton Your Fztui Serz 141 Dealf r I4 rc c port M une outm I hu ort Complzments o SOME I HING NEW Theodores Lobster House Burgess Lunch l23 C ommerclal Street FICQPOU Maine A Lar f Varzety Merzu ELLA CUMMINGS Bl AUY Y .SHOP xt all umm Portland Mame ,Vhm St F-Import Complzments of Your Clarlon Photographer JOHN M MAKI PHOTOC RAPH S I L UIO 46 A Nlam St llcepoxt XLIIIIC Complzmenls o VOISHY Inn Cabms Lormg, Short 8: Harmon I1 hole xalf Hl1IfRtfUIl Starz mf M C I r Omp lmen 5 of xIOIllIIllC nt Sqn um Pmllmd Umm Dons Barber Shop . , 1 1 x. 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