George Stevens Academy - Mountain Echo Yearbook (Blue Hill, ME)

 - Class of 1944

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O q was , . C' Cr J C S . . Q I O n 1 D Q cl' 1 l , , . . 1 .. ,- 7 Y A ' 1 1 N -f1 7 ' 7 V . 3 .. 3 V ' Y V , . . - .. Q - v Y ' V A 1 .. . . Q 1 1 M' 1 , , . . D y - 1 " 1 1 1 ' , 1 ' 1 Y 5 7 7 1 A 3 1 .. - ,, ,- I V 7 U . . B.. , , , . . . . D , 1 - V 1 . - . f. 7 .I . 1 . Q Lu. , . - 1 1 ' 3 V Y Y 3 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Fronn Row 1Lef1 L0 Rlghtl- -Be-Iva Hunrwwell. Slwrlzr Babson, Francfrs Torrey, Mary McGraw. Buck Row-Gerald Wottou. ROQQI' L5-ach, Walter Butler, Donald Bisset, Nillo Anderson. Q 'NIOKNIHN ELHO BOARD Irour, Row 4LefL to R1 htm Dana Con ur Conrrre- Butler Sherla Bab-,on Waldo Collms Mrddlo llovk J'1no Cl'1I'lCllC NIAIJOIIP Young Franc s Torrex Marx McGraw Bick Row Dandld Bls-.Lt Ruger Le rclr Pearl Carter Walter Butler Kenneth Marks Stephen Sylxester , A, ,M,,.mw,w 11 Mountarn Echo B lf'I I f' I MOLVTAIN ECHO STKFF IIOINOR ROLL 1943 44 Walter Butler Donald Brsset Mary 1VICC3I"lXX Waldo Collrns Edrtor rn Chref A rstant Edrtor Lrterary Edrtor Assrstants Marjorre Yount, School Drary and Actrvrtres Edrtor Frances Torrey Grrls Sports Jane Grrndle Boys Sports Pearl Carter Assrstant Constance Butler Busrness D partrnent Stephen Sylvester Rover Leach Senrors-Sherla Babson Walter Butler Vlrry McGraw Stephen Sylvestr Frances Forrev Mabel Wood Marjorre Youn Junrors Po er Leach Nrrlo Anderson Freshmen Lourse Brllrnbs Mfrrrlyn Mat thews Florence Pert Josephrne Petten Rfrrnonft Wood NOT ABSElNT two years Kendall Hodedon two years Vlarrlyn Matthews one year Donald Clark one ye rr Frances Torrey two years FOREWVORD OF THAN KS E the students 'rn ffrcut c B S A wrsh to thank you the publr lor your wholehearted tooperfttron rn all of our school rffarrs It was throu h your re ular frttrr dfrnc at the rnovres that the school has fr lfrr mfrr rn of profit We hope you wrll con tnue to corne and enjoy the show Th first of the year we had 1 pape drrve and collected three tons Throu lr your enerous efforts we have eo leeted fat throuehout the town qurte oft 1 The totfrl for the whole year rs about h lt 1 ton all ot wlrrch Qoes towards the nr k rn rt rrnrnunrtron for our boys To be frble to Contrrbute thrs much to wards vrttorv to help brrnf the fin I D 'lee nearer that rs our reward and we have been repard one thousand fold And you the crtrzens of Blue H111 are tl e people who rnak our contrlbutron possrbl and to you we extend our grateful thanks Donfrld Brsset 4-1 Assrstfrnt Edrtor rn Chref 0 Qljlll I Inj' ll P Slrlllvrrls 014 Blu 1IrlTfL1ll'or'g1r' Strvrrrs iXl'er1l'rr1j' l5'l..'L'ld lll'll,l,., Qxl."XlNl'l, .lL'Nl".. 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L ' V-' - ' I Edltorlals EDUCATION FDUCATION IS 0116 of the 1nost nnpor tant facto s 111 everyday l1V11lg W1th out educat1o11 the 1llh8,blt12-LHES of th efnth would be a mass of lg1lO1allt people The world would be at a standst1ll no 111ven t1ons no new 1l1dllST1116S noth1ng at all to push C1V11lZat1Oll ahead Why do people educate the1nsel1es'P Is 1 because they have to? No most people wa11t to ga1n knowledge of old and new th1I1gS Some people may say that they were 1nade to go to school Wh1le It lb true that tl1e1e a1e laws that say that people l1ll1St IECCIVS a11 8dllCatl011 wouldn t people course they would Ol at least n1ost of them would It IS ha1d to find many people today whc do not want so111e educat1o11 Is educat1o11 only what one lea1ns at scl1ool9 No many p opl max ISCGIVG the11 go to school Just tl1e same? Of k111d that f.,1V8 us a knowledge of the world by lhtelllllg to educat1onal speech es and by t1avell111g Thus we see that 9dllC2.fL1OIl 15 a11 essent1al fHCtO1 wh1ch Call be eas1ly obtalned by e1the1 1lCh or poor It 1S the1efo1e V1t"tl that GVGIYOIIE ICCGIVG some bO1t of 6dUC'1f,lO11 171311065 To11ey 44 BASKETBALL BASKETBALL 1s one of the few g, xmas Ill vented lll the U111ted States It was l1lV6lllCd lll 1891 by John Na1sn11tl1 '1 mem be1 ot the Spungfield Massachusetts Y M C A It 15 played Wlth a spher1cal ball about ten 1llChCS Ill d1amete1 At e1the1 end of the COUIL O1 floor a net hangs from a Flllg about exghteen 1nches ID dlameter and te11 feet nom the floor OI playmg sur face Basketball teams may be of e1the1' sex a11d must be composed of at least five play ers a Center two Forwa1ds and two Guards The players on each team are dressed so that they may be eas1ly d1St11l gulshed flom the players o11 the ODDOSH10 team The game cons1stS of putt1ng the ball through the Illlg and net You may block a ball Wlth yOU1 hand as ong as you do not touch the pelson who has DOSSGSSIOD of lt It IS 1lOt perm1ss1ble to push or hold a play er cr t11p A pass may be obstructed by hold1ng up the a1ms or by Jl11"I'1D11lg up wlth outst1etched a1ms Basketball develops tean1work coopera t1o11 sacrlflce teaches us to be good SDO1 ts a11d stxengthens our 1n1nds and bodles It 1S an excelle11t game and 13 wldely plaved bv Ameucans Kenneth E Maxks 44 LDUCATION FOR PEACE IN a few years thls 11ow embattled world w1ll be passed Oll by 1tS p1esent leade1s to 1ts future leade1s the youth of today To us tl1e youth belongs the respons1b1l1ty of secuung a11d keepmg peace on th1S wa1 torn pla11et To 1nsure a 12-1St1l1g peace the p11ma15 factor lS educat1o11 Fasclsm a11d educa t1on ca1111ot l1ve togethex 111 th1s world When the peoples of a 11at1o11 have lea1ned the t12Ldlt1OllS and customs of other nat1ons a11d the love of God and fellown1en as taught Ill the B1ble war C3.lll10f, exlst In the post war world educat1on must play a leadmg, role Not educat1on for war and death as 1n Ge1many and Japan but educat1o11 fox peace Gordon E1ne1son 44 G NIUl'N'l'.XIN l'Il'llH 0 0 1 J . . , . - . Q - education by reading helpfuul booksf-the Nl JLXI XIX ILIIU WHY IS THERE A PAPER SHORTAGE E have all not1ced the change 111 s1ze of newspapers They have been apprec1 ably cut and we expect st1ll further cuts before many months have passed W know thlS and can expect It but how many of the magazmes such as True SLOIY Love Cr1me Western and so forth have d1sappeared from the thousands of news ands 1n all parts of the countrv'P Do these help to keep up the morale or do they fill the II1l1ldS of teen age youths w1th the wrong pr1nc1ples'f Our c1v1l1zat1on lS one of the worlds greatest and how do we expect It to become greater 1f th1s so called trash keeps push 111g the good hterature out of c1rculat1on'P Do these magazmes help the problem of Juven1le del1nquency'P If the pape1 tha goes 1nto these magaz1nes were put to us 111 the form of newspapers would not the publ1c FCCSIVE more news of what 1S gomg on and become more l11tEI'6StBd 1n pllbll problem.s'P Th1s problem IS belllg brought up and w1ll cont1nue to grow larger as the pape1 shortage becomes more acute Recently at a meetmg of an agr1cultu1al group 1t was brought to the attent1on of the people a11d It W111 be b1ought up 111 almost even meetmg where groups of 1ntell1eent Lhlllk 111g people gather BLUE HILL ITUATED ID the northestern pa1t of Hancock county Blue H1ll and 1ts n lghbollllg tOWllS have a 1OC2ltlOll wh1ch affords to 1ts v1s1tors and res1dents lllilllb excellent V1eWb We 1lVlllg he1e all of the tlllll? do 11ot app1ec1ate the 9311018.11121 of our f1ont yards Rldlllg alone the coast roads of Bue H1ll one may absorb the beau t1es of Nature The countrys1de lS cool and catchme a frequent glance of the deep blue green of the summe1 sea one may see what Nature suppl1es for us C 1ta1nly man cannot reproduce th1s Many p1cturesque lS13lldS are located 1n the wat rs of the Blue H111 Bay extendmg several m1les out IHCO the Atlant1c Ocean to Outer Lone Isla11d From the top of Blue H1ll Mounta1n on a clear day one can see much of Long Island Small fishmg boats can be seen dart1n0 about close to the shores of the numerous 1S1'E1lldS Here and there the wh1te sa1l of a small boat can be seen bouncmg merr1lv over the choppy waters Huge fluffy clouds float laz1ly across the sky and the v1lla e looks deserted and vacant Once 1n a wh1le a car can be seen gl1d111g ov 1 the roads of the town Parker Po1nt Juttmg 1nto the harbor lb the locat1on of ma11y beauf1ful estates Every summe many people m1g1ate f1om the hot stuffy c1t s to the peace and qu1et of Blue H1ll Dllflllg, the yunter the fl lds h1lls and valleys are covered by a g11sten1ne' blanket of s11ow add1n a cold touch to ltS atmos phe1e The p1ese11ce of the snow has 1ts good polnts fOl ma11y et employment from 1t The blue wate1s of the bay also afford ma11y flSh81I1lBll a llV1llg App1oach1ng the town f1om the seavt ard Blu H1ll Motntam can be seen 11s1ng ma Jest1callv oy Cl the tops of the 1slands The fust settlers approached f1om the sea 0 you can see l1ow the town gets 1ts name Blue H1ll IS one of the H1018 IJILLLIFGSQLIS ol the sea coast towns a11d IS ll'lt9I9StlllQ to all St phen SV1VCStGl 44 v v,, v , , - 1 - , 4 - U 1 n r ns . - - ' D W ' U ' I . 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'NIOD NTAIN ECHO Sl-IEILA CROSS BABSON Shella College Course Class Se retary 2 Class Pres1dent 3 Student Coun c1l 2 3 4 Natxonal Honor Socxety 3 4 G ee Club 1 2 3 4 Lxbrary Staff 1 Band 1 Minstrel Show 1 Jubrlee 2 Senlor Play 4 Freshman Sophomore Speakmg 2 Junlor Senlor Speaklng 3 4 Mountaln Echo Staff 2 3 4 Class W1ll 4 Honor R01 1 2 3 4 Snow Carnrval 1 Snow Queen 4 Basketball Manager 4 Volleyball 4 Vlctory Corps Land D1v1s1on 3 4 Majorette 4 Ode Comrnlttee 4 Junior Red Cross Council 3 Muneo oulll ttes Cub 3 4 Terpslchorean Club 1 2 School Secretary 4 Varxety Show 4 Wearer of the S We we a faithful pal rn Sheila As artist peak r helper friend hes loved by one and all hes ure to reach her goal WALTER RAYMOND BUTLER Butt English Sclentlfic Course Class Prophecy 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Stu dent Counc1l4 Mountaln Echo Staff 1 2 3 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Junlor Senror Speaklng 3 Semor P ay 4 Jubrle 2 Mlnstrel Show 3 Snow Carnlval 1 2 3 Basketball 3 Vol eyball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Vlctory Corps Arr D111s1on 3 4 Captaln of Magazme Contest 4 Rlfle Club 1 2 Ode Commlttee 4 Wearer of the Off he goes into the wild blue yonder Climbing high to great success He wrll win whate er he strives for In everythrng hell do his best GORDON EMERSON Capple General Course Senlor Play 4 Jubllee 1 2 Band 1 2 Spy Club 1 Rrfle C ub 2 Bangor I-hgh School 3 Gordon is our G man Though hes not in the F B I Because in Geese Guns and Glrls H15 mterest will never dle BELVA HAZEL HUNNEWELL Belle Vocatronal Commerclal Student Councll 4 Class Secretary 2 3 4 Jubrlee 3 4 Varl ty Show 4 Glee C ub 1 2 3 Snow Carnrval 1 2 3 Basketball 1 4 Vrctory Corps General D1v1s1o1 3 4 Spy Club 2 Terpslchorean 1 Wearer of the S Gymnastics claim her interest At basketball shes a tar We know that in the game of llfe Our Belva wrll go far FRANCES IRENE LONG Franme General Course Freshman Sophomore Sp akmg 1 2 Jubllee 2 M1n strel Snow 1 3 Varlety Show 4 Gee Club 1 2 3 4 Graduatron Commlttee 4 MaJorette 4 Llbrary Club 1 2 School Secretary 4 To Frannle goes the honors Of bemg smallest rn the class Well ml s the brxght and cheery voice Of such a happy lass , T n . - ' ' . 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I . . . - "' 1 Y 1 1 l 7 ' 5 ' ! 7 1 1 1 , . . 15 , N101 N IAIN ll CHO MARY PAULINE McGRAW McGraw General Course Student COUHCII 3 4 Mountam Echo Staff 1 4 Honor Roll 1 3 4 Freshman Sophomore Speaklng 1 2 Jun1or Senlor Speaklng 3 4 Senlor Play 2 3 4 Jub1lee 1 4 Mmstrel Show 1 3 Varxety Sholw 4 Or chestral Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Lrbrary Stad 2 3 4 Snow Queen Attendant 3 4 Vlf ory Corp General D1v1s1on 3 4 Defense Stamp Manaffer 4 Captaln OI Magazme Contest 4 Majorette 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Mlmeoqulllettes 3 4 Ode Commxttee 4 School Secretary 4 Dramatlc Club 1 Wearer of the S Marys the g,lrl wxth the winning smlle Always busy with somethlng worthwhile When she l oks at a boy he always sigh And his heart w1th1n him llke a trlphammer Iles KENNETH EVERETT MARKS Ken General Course Mountam Echo Staff 3 4 Junxor Sen1or Exh1b1t1on 4 Jubllee 2 4 M1HStY81 Snow 1 3 Varlety Show 4 Orchestra 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Snow Carnlval 1 2 3 Basketball 2 4 Voll yball 1 2 3 4 Vlctory Corp Land D1v1s1on 3 4 Defense Stamp Manager 4 Ode Marshall 3 Terpsxchorean Club 1 Presentatlon of Gxfts 4 Wearer of the S In oasketball Kenneth IS our star He has looks and hes bralny too He plays the drums and can he sing' Is there anythmg that Ken cant do" BERNARD FREDERICK PIPER Barney General Course Semor Play 4 Jubllee 2 4 Snow Carn1val2 3 Bas ketba1l4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Vxctory Corps Land D1 v1s1on 3 4 'Ierps1chorean Club 1 Nature Club 1 2 Baseball 3 4 Junlor Red Cross Councll 3 Wearer of the S Barneys so proud of hrs moustache Why almost concel ed 1s he But we th1nk a person so handsome Has every right to be BETTY RUTH ROBERTSON Betty General Course Jub1lee2 Mlnstrel Show 1 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Volleyball 4 Vlctory Corps 3 4 B1bl1oph11e Club 1 School Secretary 4 Mlmeoqulllettes Club 4 Vauety Show 4 You ask Who ls that bu y blond Upon whom we all depend'P Are you SGYIOUSQ Dont you know" Thats Betty everyones frlend FERNALD WILLIAM ROBERTSON F rn General Course Mounta1n Echo Staff 4 Jubrlee 2 G1 e Club 1 2 3 4 Snow Carnlvall 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Volleyball 1 2 3 4 Vlctory Corps General DIVISION 3 4 Perfect Attendance 1 2 Nature Club 2 Baseball 1 2 3 M1n str l Show 3 Wearer of the S Theres an empty seat ln the senior rows Theres an empty spot ln each heart Its just because Joklng teaslng Fern Has left us To do hls part T V1 ' 1 1 f 1 1 , Y , I , Z ' 1. v ' v 1 G - . 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NIOUN T Uh I CHU HELEN ELIZABETH STOVER Helen General Course Jub1lee 2 4 Mxnstrel Show 1 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Vlctory Corps Land D1v1s1on 3 4 Perfect Attendance l 2 3 4 Bxb 1oph1le Clubl 2 Volleyball 2 Varleft Show 4 Helens always smlllng Shes neser caught w1th a fr wn Could lt be that the emblem hes w ann Keeps her corners from turning down" STEPHEN BILLINGS SYLVESTER Stew General Course National Honor Soc1ety 3 4 Student Councll 3 Mounta1n Echo Staff 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Jubl ee 1 4 M1nstre1 Show 2 3 Band 1 2 .5 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Snow Carn1val2 3 4 V01eyball2 3 4 Vlctorj Corps Land D1v1s1on 3 4 Perfect Attendance 2 Dra matlc Club 1 Bas ball 3 4 Wearer of the S We cant catch Steve on current events Or the mechanics of a Model A Ford Can lt be that such a studlous boy With a nurse will not become bo ed'J FRANCES LORRAINE TORREY Franny Nat1onal Honor Soclety 3 4 class Presldent 4 Stu dent Councll 4 Mountam Echo Staff 4 Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Junlor Senlor Speakmg 3 4 Freshman Sopho more Speakmg 2 Semor Play 4 Jub1lee 2 Mmstl el Show 1 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Snow 3 4 General Manager of Magazlne Contest 4 Perfect Attendance 3 4 Dramatxc Club 2 School Secretary 4 Mlrneoqulllettes Club 3 4 Terpslchorean Club 1 Wear er of the S Whats vour favorite study Fran? Dont tell us we can guess Its Grammar we bet and are we r1ght" Now you mlght as well confess MABEL FRANCES WOOD Mabel General Course Fort Kent Hlgh School 1 2 3 Nat1onal Honor So clety 4 Glee Club 4 Band 4 Orchestra 4 Jumox Semor Speakmg 4 Varlety Show 4 Basketball 4 At tendance 4 V1ctory Corps A1r Dlvxslon 4 Ode Com mlttee 4 Mlrneoqullettes 4 Honor Roll 4 Valedlctorj, 4 Wearer of the S To percelve Mabels dlgmfled manner One would surely never guess That shes full of fun and laughter But she lS we mu t confess MARJORIE MARY YOUNG Margle Vocational Commercial Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mmstrel Show 1 3 Jub1lee 2 4 Senior Play 4 Junlor Senlor Exhlbxtlon 4 Mountaln Echo Staff 4 Snow Carnlval 1 2 3 Basketball 4 Volleyball 4 Junlor Red Cross Councll 3 Sch Ol Secretary 4 Mlmeoqulllettes 3 4 Terpslchorean Club 1 Dramatlc Club 2 Varlety Show 4 Snow Queen At tendant 4 Defense Stamp Captaln 4 Presentatlon of Gifts 4 Wearer of the S 'Io Margxe our friend and classmate We wx h the greatest success And hope the years that are to come W1ll brmg her happlness V v . 1' 1 1 U ' ' . 1 ' . 1 . , , 1 , . I ' ' ' J . ' r ' a r' U M M U , 'Q ' ' , 1 ' 1 , ,,,, . . Z ' , Z Y , , I - . ' . V . ' K - 1 v . ' ' v a 1 4 J 9 1 Y . Z ' 2 - ' . D . an uv Y v V 7 7 ' ' ' , 1 ' 3 - Z 1 . , , 1 - U , 1 - - 3 S 1 ' Y I . . . 1 , , . 1 ' Carn1val 2, 33 Basketball 45 Volleyball 43 Victory Corps . 3 I . X ' : . , . , 3 1 ' .. ,, A ' , , 1 ' - 3 3 1 1 ' . J . I . J 3 - 1 , 1 ' . ll H ' . ' , . . , , , 1 ' I , L ' .ts ' : - U 1 1 . , 2 1 I . , . I A . Y . Y U 1 , 1 3 1 ' 1 - 1 3 ' . li U ' , . ' 's .. ' . A 'NFAIY I' V WOULDNT YOU BE SURPRISED IF' Sherla Babson d1dn t lrke part1es'J Walter Butler lrked the Army'P Gordon Emerson d1dn t flrrt wrth the g1rls'P Belva Hunnewell lrked the opposlte sex? Frances Long lost her VOICGQ Kenneth Marks went to Gorham No1mal9 Mary McGraw drdnt lrke to go Mavfloxx er1ng'P Barney Prper grew a mustache'P Fern Robertson d1dn t have any Jokesg Betty Robertson d1dn t lrke sergeantso Helen Stover couldnt wrrte shorthand? Dorothy Freethy dldll t wrrte lett rs to keep up the morale0 Steve Sylvest r d1dn t lrke nursesg Frances Torrey enrolled at M I T 'J Marjorre Young lrked a a1lor'P Mabel Wood was qu1et'P CORRIDOR ECHOES HEAR that D C lrkes down South Blue H111 way Same goes for T W C c s word puzzles seem to be very enter tamrng to A S F T rntends to lrv rn 'Mass so we gather Does R L really enJoy gomg to vrolm practrc s and chorr rehearsal Or rs rt the accornpanrstq S B has a weakness for undcrclass men dont you th1nk'J Can any on W C doesnt lke to walk hom late at nrght Can anyone blame h1l'1'l9 J G certarnly lrkes r dheadso Are we rleht J 'P B P tr es hard to look 111 e Clark Gable and he rsnt domg so bad ls he'J G E lrkes to rrde B H oes n t love anyone Sound unnatural doesn t t'P We wonder why D B vrsrts the nr t selectman so oft n Could rt be towi busmess'f Is lt tru tha M W has tak n up prrz fl ht 1 'P Take our advrce and don t 1 ave f o m tnx bloody noses I supp as M H IS qurt th man about own How about rt L 'P G W 1s qulte the Hrndscrre Harry rsnt he? At least a couple of senrors thmk so Why ar there al vxays a few boys rn the Engllsh oom'P Who sounds lrke Frankle Srnatra 'md Bm Crosby combmed'J K M lkes to get letters from up Gorham way and he cer Larnly gets em SONG HITS mherla Babson Sunday Monday or Always Walter Butler Thrs IS the Army Mr Jones Gordon Emerson Ten Pretty Guls Belva Hunnewell I dont Want Anybody At All Frances Long Paper Doll Kenneth Marks I Couldnt Sleep a Wrnk Last Nrght Mary McGraw Peopl Wrll Say We re rn Love Barney Prper Come To Me My Melancholy Baby Betty Robertson Deep In the Heart of Texas Fernald Robertson Here Comes the Navy Helen Stover You Can t Say No To a Soldrer Stephen Sylvester Put Your Arms Around Me Honey Frances Torrey Massachusetts Mab l Wood It Can t Be Wrong Marlorle Young The Rrght Krnd Of Lore 'IHE IDEAL CLASS OF 47 Bravely James N Curt s Jolly Nrght Carouser Maurrce N Du en Many New Dreams B nrce L Eaton Burdened Lrves En lrghtened Paulme E Hunnew ll Proceed Enter Happrly Maynard C Haskell Marrvrng Caus s Hardshlps Harry A Jones He Always Jokes Sheldon A Lelg ton Serves All Ladres M rrlyn A Matthews Mysterrous and Mus rn Florence L Pert-Fame Leaps Perslstently To ephrne A Pettengrll Jolly and Patrent Mma E Robertson M9F1tS Every Race Arlean A Staples Always Askrng Sym pathy Fausta L Torrey Falthful Lrke Tomorrovt Ramona B Wood Realrty Beyond Words ll NIUI ' . 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C , Q I H - . . u I N ' .,.. . . i - 1' ' . - ' " NIOU N TAIN I CHO Class News CLASS OF 45 Class Officers President Nl1lO Anderson V1ce President Dana Conary Se retary Treasurer Constance Butler Class Roll Lester Jones Lillian Ladd Roger Leach Hugh L lghton Lawrence Matthews Everett Stover Lillian Stover T1lden Wessel Kendall Allen Nulo Anderson Donald BISSEL Constance Butler Pearl Cartel Dana Conary Wendell Grindle Thelma Higgins Our class started in September w1th six teen members Kendall Allen Thelma thew were added to our original number During the year we lost T1lden Wessel and Lester Jones The Junior class immensely enJoyed the 10111 pops which they received for the first time when they won the annual volleyball tournament last fall In basketball Pearl Carter Dana Conary Everett Stover and Wendell Grindle made the first team while Kendall Allen Donald B1sset Lester Jones Lawrence Matthews and T1lden Wessel were 1n the J V s Roger Leach was team manger Members taking part 1n the Junior Senior speaking contest were Roger Leach Hugh Leighton and Lawrence Matthews The class contributed 1ts share to the Senior Play in which Roger Leach Donald B1sset and Constance Butler took part Kendall Allen Donald B1sset Dana Conary Roger Leach and Hugh Leighton helped fill the band New members of the Natronal Honor So Clety were N11lo Anderson Pearl Carter and Roger Leach Student Council members were Donald B1sset Roger Leach and N11lo Anderson This year the class of 45 has particxpat ed 1n many school act1v1t1es and as seniors it is hoped that they will contlnue to do so NlllO Anderson 45 Class Presldent CLASS OF 46 President Gerald Wotton V1ce Presldent Clifford Piper Secretary Treasurer Jane Grlndle Class Roll Kendall Hodgdon D rothy Leach Arnold Astbury Dale Astbury Nellie Robertson George Snow Edward Snowman Kendall Wescott Gerald Wotton Walter Candage Donald Clark Waldo Collins Louis Freedman Jane Grindle Malcolm Hinckley The Sophomore Class started oif Wlth Hf teen members We have now recovered from our greenlsh personality of last year and have changed to a brrghter hue Dur ing the year Arnold Astbury and Walter Candage left school but Dorothy Leach and Kendall Wescott Joined us Kendall later going to New Jersey We were represented ID the Senior play by George Snow We were also represent ed in the Student Council by Gerald Wot ton I the Freshman Sophomo e Speakmg Exhibitron Dale Astbury George Snow Gerald Wotton and Waldo Collln were chosen to speak at the town hall We contributed quite a number of mem bers to the band George Snow Donald Clark Kendall Hodgdon Gerald Wotton Malcolm Hinckley and Louis Freedman We put the Freshmen through a very eventful evening by sponsoring the Fresh man reception . 'A' lv 'I " lil , . . . . . N lvl. D. Y Higgins, Lillian Ladd and Lawrence Mat- William B1-3155911 C1iff0rd Piper S A . . l . . . . Y ' n - r . '. Y 1 1 ' EdW3ld Snowman and Do11ald C'l'11k played on the Varsity basketball team and made a good showing Bill Blfnsdell Gei ald Wotton George Snow and Louls F1e d ma11 played on the J V team Gerald Wotton was our 1ep1esent1tve lll the Orchest1a Malcolm Hinckley and Geiald Wotto11 C01llZl1bllt6'd then s IVICQS to the Library Stafl On the whole the Sophomo1e C1188 has a very good I6COld and we hope to Pllllllllll vuth even bettei success 11ext xeu Ge1ald Wotton 4F THIS IS STATION F R 0 S H PRFSEN1 ING CLASS OF 41 Characters Louise Billmgs James C111t1s Eaton Maynell Haskell Paul111e HUIIIIS well H11ry Jones Sheldon Leibliton Maiilyn Matthews Florence P611 Mina Rob itson Ailean Staples Fausa T01 xey Ramona Wood and Jos phme Pt tengill Act I Election of Class Off'lCB1S StHlllllg Ramona Wood PlGSld6llf Marllyn Matthews Vice PlE'SldEll't William Babson S cretary and 11easu1e1 Act II Freshman Recept on We had no d1ess rehearsals but the cos tumes were very timely the female mem b rs of the cast appearing in slacks U1 overalls and the n1ale members Ill long excruciatingly becomine hoop SklltS C hn an Yes vue d1d have a WHIIT1 16 ccptionl It was getting, even hot by the t me we had pushed peanuts the length of th H001 with ou1 noses What t11 L, abo1' ' 'voic flOl1l Without F1esh1nen sing' Iie hmen 1111 SLSLPLLICHIIY musical 'J to 1esr Aint I evei Donna et a gal in llly 1111159 Pct III Time Chustmas Place M1111 Room Play Jllllllly Chiistmas pie sented by Ailean Staples Jo sephine Pettengill Mina Rob 61tSOl'1 a11d Ramona Wood of the F1eshman Class and mem bers of othex classes Afte1 the play the1e WSIS punch and co kves fOl all seived by the Fiosh Act IV Fieshnian SODYIOYIIOIG Speaking, EXhlb1tlOll The1e meie Ailean Staples M3UllC0 Du1en Pauline Hunnewell Josephine Petteneill I'lFlOll"1 Wood and Louis Billings t'1k111,O pa t Of COUISG vve weie scaied almost ou of ou1 wits but b13VCly we tucked ou fea1 'may in ou1 QL11V6lll'1g young hearts and th show did go 011 Man ll1El'1lb61S took part 111 the Variety new XRll1Ch vsas held Oll May 19 M luxe Diven 'lou '1 yaiiety of new and t 15 tlme to si Good b e s vc1 xe enJoyed ou1 piogiam H1116 111 abain next yea1 The only change will b the name of the station Olll nc st will be H0111 station S 1 I lllllllbl? two on your dial Scphomores We welcome you wa11nl Ramona Wood 47 H MHl'X'l'.1XlN ICVIIH . 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B G S A Calendar 1943 1944 EPT 7 Howdy Classmates' The 1943 1944 school year op ned today at Blue H1ll George Stevens Academy w1th the en rollment of .s1xty three students and the followmg faculty members Mr John F Harr1man Pr1nc1pal Sc1 ence B1ology and Phys1cs Farrmng ton Normal School and Un1ve1s1ty f Ma1ne M1s M1ldred C H1nckley Hlstory C1v1cs Problems f and Mathemat1cs Un1vers1ty of Ma1ne Mrs Hazel Snow Ass1stant French Unrverslty of Ma1ne Un1vers1ty Mlss Constance Robertson Ass1stant Commerc1al Subjects Malne School of Commerce ASSlStE1llt Democracy EIlg1lSh and and Boston Grace H1nckley Gerald1ne Candage and Do1a Mar1e Veazle were 1n today Sept 15 We were g1ven an 1nsp111ng talk by Mr Small Sept 22 The Senlor Class was 1ncreased today Wlth the enrollment of James Gra ham who lS taklng a P G course awa1t 1ng entrance to the Navy Sept 25 Freshman Recept1on' See the Freshman pushlng the peanuts across the floor For the flrst trme the Freshman Receptron was held at the L1brary Aud1 tor1um We all enjoyed the party Sept 29 Today starts the fifth year of our band Thrs year we practlce band under the able superv1s1on of Mr Ander son Sept 30 No scavanger hunt today s ra1n1ng' October 4 We had a very welcome VIS 1tor Mr Sprague salesman for the CLITUS Publ1sh1ng Company He was heart1ly welcomed by all The magazlne contest has started Mary McGraw 1S captam of the Navy team and Walter Butler IS cap ta1n of the Army team Whlle Frances Tor rey IS General Manager Today d6Cld6S who w1ll be the Wlllllel' of the volley ball tournament Don t tell me the boys are weaung dresses'J Why no the Senlor and Freshman g1rls are playmg too The Junror boys were vlctorlous Whlle th g1rls v1ctory went to the Freshmen A treasure hunt was enJoyed by all Lou 159 B1ll1ngs and Paul1ne Hunnewell found the 01rls t1easure Junlor Gr1ndle and Fern Robertson found the boys Oct 6 Look your prettlest SSIIIOXS' M1 Foster lS here to take your p1ctures Oct 8 Today IS loll1pop day for the w111ners of the volley ball tournament Oct 11 An army mule was g1ven today for the person sellmg the largest number of magaz1ne subscr1pt1ons Roger Leach was the proud wrnner Oct 18 The magazlne contest ended to day Wlth the Navy team w1nn1ng over the Army team The grand total was S241 50 he was presented w1th a S25 bond All others who sold subscr1pt1ons rece1ved e1ther money or war stamps Oct 19 Reports today' The first rank 1ng per1od IS over and xt looks as 1f almost everyone has made a good start Oct 20 Today we had the afternoon off because the teachers and some of the students had to help 1n lSSl1lllg Rat1on Book No 4 Oct 21 The Sen1ors went to Bangor They v1s1ted the paper m1ll 1n Buckspor' and the WLBZ broadcastmg statlon 1n Ban gor A few who were 1nterested went to the Bangor School of Commerce whlle others went to the movles or d1d var1ous other thrngs Oct 26 Tonrght a Hallowe en SOCIHI was held at the L1brary Aud1tor1um Everyone was enJoy1ng h1mse1f so that he forgot all about the spooks Wh1Ch were runn1ng around outsxde Oct 27 We say Farewell to our school teachers and classmates for a few days We are hav1ng a vacat1on dur1n0 Teachers Convent1on Nov 1 The War Stamp and Bond dr1ve started today at school We are hop1ng to rece1ve a large percentage 1n thls dr1ve each month so the school w1ll be able to' NlOlf-'7',- .' 'I 'll 15 0 0 0 0 - Q . t . O Q hi - ' . . ' Q. . I . . . iv 1 O . - ' Sept. 9-Early visitors. Janice Gillis, Dale Astbury was our high salesman, and D ' -1 D It- 1 b T - , v - , NIOITVI' XIN l CHO fly a M1nute Man flag Nov 5 The percentage of the students part1c1pat1ng 1n the stamp drlve today 1S Semors 100W Jumors 100! Sophomores 16 2 307 Freshmen 100"f Well Sopho mores lt looks as lf you ve got to do better than that Nov 8 Th1s lS the first day of Amer1 can Educat1on Week Nov 9 We had the afternoon off and a program was scheduled to be held at the Town Hall but as 1t ralned the program was postponed Nov 11 Th1s lS Arm1st1ce Day and so no school for us The band made 1ts first publlc appeararce th1s year It was very good The se1v1ce flag was dedlcated Nov 12 All the classes are 10075 1n the Stamp Drlve Good work students Our plogram for Amerlcan Educatlon Week was held at the town hall tomght The band played several select1ons A short play was presented by several students 0' B S A The Glee Club made 1ts first ap pearance under the d1rect1on of Mr An derson Nov 18 The annual Senlor Play was held at the Town Hall tomght The name of It IS J1m1ny Cr1cket starr1ng Donald Blsset The other characters 1n the play were Evelyn Wh1tESld h1s w1fe Frances Torrey Irene the1r datehter Mary McGraw Denms the butler Roger Leach Grace the ma1d Lou1se B1ll1ngs Bla1ne Wh1t6S1d6 h1s son Barney P1per Calvxn Roberts Irene s fiance Gordon Emerson Ierry F1tzgerald J1m1nys pal George Snow East S1de New Yorkers L1z MarJor1e Young Mag Shella Babson Bess Conn1e Butler The play was very successful Nov 19 Agaxn t e school LS 100W Ill the Stamp Drlve Nov 25 and 26 Thanksgzvmg V8.C3.t1Oll Nov 25 The M1meoqu1llettes Club spon sored a dance at the l1brary audltorxum Nov 30 Repart cards were glven out Dec 1 Today we are havlng tryouts for Cheer Leaders Mary McGraw Louls B1ll1ngs and Jane Grmdle were chosen Dec 3 Ton1ght the boys play the1r first basketball game of the season Bar Har bor IS the challeng1ng team Come on Stevens' Get that ball' Oh well boys you trled Dec 10 Some of the boys are col lect1ng paper magazlnes and old cartons and del1ver1ng them to Ellsworth We had a pep rally to get us ready for ton1ghts game Wlth Brookl1n Vxctory for us Dec 16 The basketball teams went to Brooklln They came back clalm mg another vlctory Dec 17 We had a Chrlstmas assembly w1th Chrlstmas tree and presents and a weeks vacat1on ahead' Dec 27 Back to school agaln Dec 31 Hattle Nevells P1per and Lucy Herr1ck v1s1ted us A basketball game w1th Gllman Hlgh School 1n the evemng 1944 IS here Jan 3 Dawn Plerce and Gerald1ne Can dage former students of G S A v1s1ted Jan 4-A basketball game wxth Bucks port Better luck next tlme boys Several of the boys who are nearlng 18 years of age took mental tests for the Army A1r Cadets Jan 5 The boys went for the1r phys1 al exam1nat1on Those who passed ney P1per Jan 6 MISS Arleen Genthner R N VIS lted the school th1s afternoon and had talks Wlth many 1nd1v1dua1s The basketball team went to No1theast Harbor to play Jan 14 We played two games of basketball wxth Bucksport The 0f1rls played the1r first game of the season WhlCh proved to be a very exc1t1ng one w1th a final score of 25 19 ln favor of Bucksport Jan 17 Report cards were recelved to day Jan 20 Today Fern says good bye to us For three and a half years he has b en wlth us at G S A but now he has a blgger Job to do that of servmg h1s coun try Good bye and good luck Fern Jan 21 Two games of basketball wlth Sulllvan We Won' 1 ll J G , ' u ' , 01 . , rf 5 1 I . . , , , fl fr Q 1 , ' fn . , 1 - ' , . . , - - , . . 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N101 Xl XIX ILHU Jan 31 What a day' We had our p1c tures taken for d1iTerent group act1v1t1es Feb 1 The g1rls and boys basketball teams played Penobscot on our home floor Another v1ctory' Feb 9-The boys played a basketball game w1th Southwest Harbor on th home floor Feb 10 The Natlonal Honor Soclety Banquet and In1t1at1on along Wllh the Freshman Sophomore Speakmg Exh1b1t1on The new members 1n1t1ated 1nto the So clety were Mabel Wood N11lo Anderson Roger Leach and Pearl Carter Those par t1c1pat1ng rn the speak1ng were LOUISE B11 llngs Maur1ce Duren Paullne Hunnewell A1lean Staples Ramona Wood Joseph1ne Pettenglll George Snow Waldo Co111ns and Dale Astbury Both the 1n1t1at1on and speakmg were enjoyable Feb 11 The boys and g1rls t ams played Gllman Hlgh on our home floor Were they eXc1t1ng' Weeks vacatlon ahead' Feb 15 Boys went to Ellsworth to play but were defeated Feb 25 The boys played then last game of the season w1th W1nte1 Har bor A vlctory for Stevens G1F1S also played and another v1ctory' Feb 28-The band and majorettes went to Ellsworth and pract1ced w1th the Ellsworth band for a Jolnt concert to be held at both Blue H111 and Ellsworth March 2 The Ellsworth and Blue H111 bands glee clubs orchestras and drrll teams comblned and presented a con ert ta the Blue H111 gymnaslum March 3 We held an auctlon w1th Donald B1 set as auctloneer Don proved be the man for the Job as he could very easlly persuade the students to buy an art1c1e worth l1ttle or nothlng for qulte a number of cents He sold even the cardboard box conta1n1ng the artxcles March 7 The Blue H111 band glee club orchestra and drlll team went to Ells worth where they agaxn cornblned wlth the Ellsworth groups for a concert at th Clty Hall March 10 The g1rls basketball team went to Northeast Harbor where they were defeated 1n the last game of the sea son March 17 Batons were g1ven to those students WlShlllg to try out for the dr1ll team Those trylng out were Marllyn Matthews Paulme Hunnewell Bernxce Eaton Maur1ce Duren Frances Long Q'he1la Babson Joseph1ne Pettenglll Flor ence Pert Fausta Torrey and Mlna Rob ertson under th d1rect1on of Mary Mc Graw and Jane Grlndle veterans of last year Apr115-Junlor Sen1or Exh1b1t1on was Feld at the Town Hall Those part1c1 pat1n0 111 the exh1b1t1on were Roger L ach Lawrence Matthews Hugh Le1gh ton Shella Babson Kenneth Marks Mary McGraw Mabel Wood MarJor1e Young and Frances Torrey The boys and g1rls glee club ass1sted 1n mak1ng the program en Joyable Apr1l 7 A gym exl'1b1t1on was held at the gymnaslum tonlght Tloere was wrest ball game between the h1gh school classes School closes for a whole week Isn t lt wonderful" Apr1l 12 The movle Flesh and Fantasy was presented for the beneiit of the Alum Pl Assoc1at1on Apr1l 17 S hool reopens for the last ses slon Apr1l 19 Vacat1on for a day May 9 Our b1g feature of the year' The Varlety Show wlth several short sklts fashlon sl'ow, and mus1c presented by the glee club The glamour boys and g1rls of B G S A enterta1ned us wxth 1OI1"lE1llf1C s ngs Pr cedlng the Varlety Show we had a parade and a Jubllee w1th booths of all k1nds May 24-The Senlors had thelr class p1c n1c and ev1dently had a good tlme May 28-Baccalaureate address at the Baptlst church May 30 Memorlal Day Band and drlll team marched May 31 The A1umn1 Ball was held at the Gymnasmm June 1 Graduat1on CXEFCISSS were held at the Town Hall June 2 School closes for a glorlous sum mers vacatlon Have a happy vacatlon teachers and students The Class of 44 says goodbye and good luck to school mates '."'1 I +1 1 17 ' r 1 - ' . ' . 9 Y . - D . . - . I V .. l v . 5 . . . . I . - e , . ' - . Y 1 Y 5 ' Y . . , - , 7 3 - - . - Y I ' , 9 ' l . 1 A . L ' ' ' . ling, boxing, tumbling, and a basket- 1 - 1 ' . T X ' I ' AA 7? . ' . A my . . V n A O . h . 7 V - . t , 's ' . ' ' ' ' - to ' ' ' ' , - , e . - 3 OR! Ill' N IR 1 Front Row M mln l Wood C tl xlcl Wotlon R nnrmnl WQOQ Bqg-lg lplf H Lonl 4 B1 gas M Ancluson Lonclllc un F. Row Ro m Le 'wh Alllilll BAND P on: Ron :Lair to Rlghtl Wllllam Babaon Kenneth Marks Kendlll Allen Sldnex Freedman IOUISC Bllllllg.. Qfconcl R,c,vl Rex. Mr, Anderson, Canductfor, Mau McGraw, Franz-ea Torrey. Ueorge Snow, Donald Clarl-il Raxnona Wood. Mabel Wood, Kendall Hodgdon, Jznnes Curtis. Jane- firxndle. Back Raw -Malcolm Hinckley, Louis Frepciman, Stephen Sylvester, Gerald Wouon. Alle-an Staplw Dann Conary, Hugh Leighton. Organizations NQMMUKQ XIHUXI UNI 10 ORCHESTRA ' HE olchestra was orgamzed at the be gmmng of the school year w1th Mr Anderson as the dmrector Mus1c was pro v1ded by the orchestra at the Sen1or plav Some members partlclpated m the Mu 1C Festlval 1n March w1th comb1ned or chestras of Blue H111 and Ellsworth Members of the orchestra extend many thanks to Mr Anderson for worklng wlth them Loulse Blllmgs 47 THE GLEE CLUB HE Glee Club beg,n the school year wlth forty two members The oilicers chosen to lead the orgamzatlon for the sea son were Kenneth Marks presldent Donald B1SS6t v1ce presldent She11a Bab son secretary Mary McGraw 11brar1an We possess a good llbrary of muslcal selec UOIIS and have used a number of them w1th success Our club has appeared dur mg the year at the Educat1on Week pro gram Freshmen Sophomore and Junlor Sen1or speakmg eXh1b1t1ons For the1r part 111 the Ellsworth Blue H111 Mus1c Festwal held on March second and seventh the club Jomed Wlth Ellsworth 111 Slllglllg two num bers Officers and members wlsh to express thelr appreclatlon to Mr Anderson for h1S tlme and patlence expended 1n maklng our year a success Donald B1sset 45 V1ce presldent THE BAND E Band was orgamzed agam th1s year w1th the Reverend Arv1d Anderson contmumg hxs leadersh1p for another sea son The first rehearsal found twenty tive mstrumentallsts assembled We have contr1buLed muslc to the Le glon SGYVICG Flag Ded1cat1on Educatlon week program and one home basketball game The feature of the season was the Mus1c Fest1val 111 March w1th the combmed bands slxty five mus1c1ans of Ellsworth H1gh and George Stevens Academy We plan to fimsh a busy year wlth our partl c1pat1on 1n the Jubllee and Memorlal Day parade The presldent officers and fellow 1111181 clans apprec1ate Mr Andersons generous g1v1ng of h15 tlme Kenneth Marks Pxesldent 44 DRILL TEAM NCE aga1n we have started our Dr1l1 Team and ten glrls are candx dates They are Maur1ce Duren Bermc Eaton Paulme Hunnewell Mar1lyn Mat thews Florence Pert Fausta Torrey Mma Robertson Josephme Pettengxll Shella Babson and Frances Long They are tak 1ng 1nstruct1ons from Mary McGraw and Jane Gr1ndle two veterans of last year Our first appearance at Whlch we were represented by Mary and Jane was the yomt concerts of Blue H111 and Ellsworth The publ1c first saw all the members of the dr1ll team on May 9 when wc marched w1th the band at the Jubxlee and agam on Memorlal Day We w11l be sorry to lose the three Sen lors Mary Shella and Frances Long next year but We mtend to carry on and do our best Paulme Hunnewell 47 THE MIMEOQUILLETTES CLUB IN January 1943 twelve glrls and one boy orgamzed a club for the purpose of wr1t1ng to the boys from Blue H111 ln the serv1ce The first problem we had was to draw up a Constxtutlon and declde upon a , , , , . -'H 'f ll "Cl -, 1 . 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' 1 - . . , . r . .. . . q n s NFXIX If N KTION XL HONOR NOCIILTX FIOIIL Row She-lla Bxb Ou Fmuces Torrex Mibvl We mklxe tm P9111 Cxrtex Wdltfl Butlfxr Rogcx Leach 0118410 Andcr on Back Rfuxw Stephen Jane Grmdle Marx 'VIcC,1rdw LOUISE Blllmgs A X 1 name Thls was done and presented to the Student Counc1l for acceptance or rejec txon It was accepted and our club was ofliclally the Mlmeoqulllettes Club B G A the M1fl1O be1ng for mlmeograph ull for Pen and ettes for glrls sxnce we lost our only male member Our officers were elected and our first letter was sent out Several enthuslastl letters were received from the bovs tellxng us how much they enjoyed lt Of course that gave us a new xncentl e and we worked doubly hard on our second letter Our first publlc appearance was as a sponsor for a famous dramatlst and basso profundo Edward Brlgham Our letters were dlscontrnued durlng the summer months but 1n the fall we took up our tasks aga1n w1th slxteen mem bers all ready to start More and more re P1165 came 1n from the boys and we declded to make them proud of us We put on a Thanksgwxng dance and made a llttle money Fun? Of course' In January we sponsored a dance and card twenty five dollars A wonderful t1me was had by all The officers clected for th1s year are as follows She1la Babson presldent Mary McGraw v1ce presldent Frances Torrey treasurer Belva Hunnewell secretary Today we are st11l worklng hard on our letters to make them more 1nterest1ng and enjoyable We work to keep up the morale of the boys ln the servxce and they keep up our morale by wrltlng back to us Mary McGraw 44 NA'IIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Pres1dent Sheila Babson Vlce presldent Walter Butle 1Stephen Sylvester! Secretary Treasurer Frances Torrey ON the evenlng of February 11 precedlng the Freshman and Sophomore Speak mg three Junlor boys Pearl Carter Nulo Anderson Roger Leach and one Senlor g1rl Mabel Wood were 1n1t1ated 1nto our Na tlcnal Honor Soclety Wlth Walter Butler ln the Army A1r Corps and only three of us left to take part ln the 1n1t1at1on of the new members lt was necessary to call upon our alumnl members Hattle Pxper and Cather1ne Herrlck very graclously took the parts asslgned to them Precedlng the l1'l 1t1at1on the Natlonal Honor Soclety ban quet was held at the Congregatlonal ves try Our Soclety IS belng responslble for the payment of the award medals for perfect attendance scholarshlp and Clt1Z8IlS We have been proud of belng Natronal Honor Soclety members and hope that as years go by a great many more B G S A students w1ll become worthy Soclety mem bers STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL Flrst Selectman She1la Babson Second Selectman Walter Butler Thxrd Selectman Nnlo Anderson Secretary Mary McGra'w Treasurer Frances Torrey Cass Representat1ves Senlor Belva Hunnewell Junlor Donald Blsset Sophomore Gerald Wotton Freshman She1la Babson Our regular Student Counc1l meetmgs were held on the first and th1rd Wednes days of every month and SDGCIHI meet1ng were called whenever necessary 'Ihe first act1v1ty sponsored by the Stu dent Counc1l was the volley ball tourna ment The Junxors were the lucky wmners The Snow Queen campalgn and corona t1on was under the dlrectxon of the Student Counc1l The Snow Queen She1la Babson the first attendant Mary McGraw and the second attendant MarJor1e Young were bedecked wlth g1ftS contrlbuted by the merchants grccers the drugglst iior1st and beaut1 clan The councll wlshes to express ltS appreclatlon to those people who so klndly gave glfts The movles whlch were agaln run by the Student COUHCII of B G S A have brought good dxvldends thxs wlnter .22 MUl'.'TAlN li 'HU of I I S. Ay H . ,, . . . ' . . ll - U, HQ fl U ll H - - . ' 'c , y 5 party in the gymnasium and made about Clerk ........... . ............ Roger Leach . . - ' ' S . h C I .7 . I ' A . . . , , MI.MEOQL'lLLETTES Front Row :Left to Right--Maurice Duren, Josephine Pettengill, Aileun Staples. Betty Robertson. Middle Row'-Marilyn Mathews. Belva Hunnewell, Marjorie Young. Fausta Torrey. Ramona Wood. Mabel Wood. Back Row,--Mina Robertson, Frances Torrey. Florenve Perl. Sheila Babson, Mary McGraw, Louise Billings, Miss Robertson, Adviser, 1 IFF CLLB Front Row Wendell Grindle Dana Conars Kendall Allen William Babson George Snovx Lester Jones Roger Leach Second Rovk Frances Lon Nellie Robertson Jane Grindle Maurice Duren Louise Billings Mark McGraw Allean Staples Sheila Bflr-son Connie Butler Rex M1 Anderson Conductor Thlrd Row Lillian QKOXCI Marilxn Mathews Llllian Ladd Ruth Snow Bsttx Robertson Josephine Pettengill Marjorie Young., Frances Torres Sheldon Leighton Fourth Rovt Florence Pert Fausta Tones M1111 Robert on I-If len Stoxer Thelma H1 ins Mabel Wood Ramona Wood Dale Astburw Gerald Wotton Fifth Row-Stephen Swlxester Malcolm Hincltlex Kenneth Marks Louis Freedman Pearl Carter Don ild Clark Nnlo Anderson Donald Bis et NIO XI XIX lf fl The campalgn for new candrdates for the Student Councll took place m May and the mauguratlon took place Sub Freshman Da We the Student Councrl of 44 hope that the new councxl w1ll enjoy carry1ng on the chool s act1v1t1es and busmess as much as we have At the annual Student Counc1 Conven tron held thls year at Cony Hlgh School Augusta B G S A was represented by Donald B1sset and Roger Leach VARIETY SHOW I 'HAT a tlme' What a day' The Varxety Show sponsored by the SBDIOI Class and held May 19 really went over b1g' The parade was elaborated by the band and costumed students B S A Booths at the Town Hall throughout the afternoon nmg each class and club belng repr nted by a booth But now' Now' Don t tell us you dldll t laugh' ' ' We know that you dld and how could you help lt when W1ll1am Babson Edward Snowman and Donald Clark those charmmg young bathmg beautres swayed across the stage' What style' The flrst and only g1r1 ever to appear rn trunks wa that darmg Mlss Conn1e Butler' The audl ence was gazmg stead1y at the door she dull team were open and eve was to enter and were they surpused' I should thmk that the boys of B G S A could quallfy for a Job as a model anytlme What do you thmk after seemg them adorn women s garments" Yassuh' Boss' Th1s here show sure am a push over' We agree w1th you endmen of the mm ,trel show Rascals ll'1 REVIEW Barney P1per Roger Lea h Donald Blsset Dana Conary as darkles and Kenneth Marks as 1nterlocutor sure d1d a swell Job' Hark' A sweet VOICE floats through the frall' Yes' Its Mary M Graw 511121119 Good Nlght Wherever You Are Walt' Another voxce' 'Ih1s tlme 1ts Kenneth Mal ks s1ng mg I Couldnt Sleep A Wmk Last N1ght Boy' He certamly had the grrls SWOOD11lg' N10 s1r' Frank Smatra has nothmg on hlm' Where have we heard that vo1ce before? That qu1et sooth1ng vo1ce9 Of course we remember' Its MHYJOIIG Young' And shes 'illlglllg Dont Bel1eve Everythmg You Dream We wonder 1f she doesnt mean rt too' Moonlxght On The Colorado was ung by that one and only boy w1th the Golden Vorce Gerald Wotton' Frances Long gave that sad song When I Go For '1 Walk One newcomer appeared under th spotllght that mght Allean Staples wlth San Fernando Valley Thls covers our show' We hope you all cnjoved rt and to those who dldnt see It ve hope youll find some enteltamment ln this rev1ew '14 V 'ff ' .- 1 - , .,.k , , . . ' - ,, rl - ' vw . n - ' w 4 . v - . C 2 v ,, ' .- u - . . V g ' 71 ' Q . ' , . , . U , . 1 . . 7 ' ' , . , of . G. , A . V ' .' - I 5 1 . , . . D- . .. -. ,, , , , . . se . S ' 3 ' 7 ' w . . . - 0 v J V V I . - . . Nl l'YlAlYl ll I X L fl .5 XCB I 5 X its 2 1 S l i I 49'-f"- 'ik' S , -, 4 1: -: i X mgx ' lNAl'Nft YOU ARE AN AMERICAN THE courtroom was ahve wlth people people IH and out of unlform people w1th books and people wlth cameras pom pous business men wxth f1fty cent c1gars Army Cfhcers and Navy men In the cor ner the members of a marme band dressed 1n shlny blue unlforms wer nervously waxtlng In the m1dst f this mllllng throng there stood a fear ful and wonderlng woman A woman bowed by years of toll A black shawl wls thrown over her shoulders and shadows partlally concealed her face But even n the sem1 darkness a close examrnatlon would leveal that she was a Japanese She was unnotlced 1n the crowd The Whlti? ha1red Judge came forward and rapped the gavel Sllence fell lnstant Anna Isamora come forward please he sald Anna approached t1m1dlv wlth her head low She had been summoned to Anna the Judge sald gently as you know on the seventh of December of last year the Army of N1ppon struck a treach erous blow at the Un1ted States At the same tlme Amerlcans 111 Japan were thrown 1nto concentratlon camps some of them are dead now Anna you are gorng to go avg av from Los Angeles You are golng to a town near Bellevue Indlana The town 1S to be populated by Shlnto Amerlcans You w1ll stav there for the duratlon All of youl lace on the Paclflc coast w1ll accompanv you Now Anna I want you and vou people to make that camp a c1ty an Am erlcan clty Most of you are loyal Amer lcans a few are agalnst our govelnmenf We have no way of telhng between the two Anna I w1sh we could' Anna turned to go but the Judge lnter rupted Anna walt a moment th1s man has somethlng to say to you Anna turned uncertalnly A Navy man came forward he was be decked w1th shlny medals and multi col ored rrbbons He looked at hex wxth pam filled eyes pa1n that only men who have had to do a dreaded thlng know Anna he sald simply You have 1 son m the Navy Anna bowed uncertaxnly Anna I have somethmg to tell you ,our sen Hls vo1ce broke He pxcked up a yellow cablegram and handed It to her Anna could not read but somehow she seemed to sense what It sald Great tears swelled rn her eyes and they blurred her vlsxon The officer took out a white paper He began to read ln a deep reso nant voice For conspxcuous gallantry over and be vond the call of duty the Congress of the Un1ted States of Amer1ca awards the Con gre 1onal Medal of Honor to Hlro Isamo 1a m1dsh1pman Un1ted States Naval Re rve k1l1ed 1n actxon at Pearl Harbor De cember 7th 1941 He halted abruptly and then a blue rrbbon passed over her head and a gold medal swung from It Thats, all Anna except for one thmg Wherever you are whatever you do 1f you hv to be a thousand years old dont for vet YOU RE AN AMERICAN CITIZEN' ANIMAL COURAGE 'IHE cat had been starmg at h1m for more than an hour Not a port1on of her body moved She was as lmmoblle as the Sphmx She glared at h1m w1th yellow green eyes Even when he turned h1s head he knew that she was watching h1m He was swearmg under h1s breath Great drops of persp1rat1on rolled along the rldge of h1s nose and dropped onto h1s shlrt front He ran a stubby red finger alone the 1ns1de of hlS collar He had long SIHCC emoved h1s neckt1e but he was Stlll un comfortable A great 1dea struck h1m Why n t unbutton h1s collar button9 Dehghted wlth h1s ldea he reached up two trembllng hands and tr1ed to dlsengage the button but It d1d not work Suddenly he gave a d1sgusted wrench and tore at the button It came off w1th a loud pop and rolled onto the carpet He touched It ruefully w1th a pollshed shoetlp On the desk 111 front of h1m lay a 32 26 Xl llllwl' .' 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N automatrc He prcked rt up agarn and hefted rt rn hrs palm Next he rarsed hrs arm rn the manner of a sharpshooter and trred to draw a bead on the cats head One glance at the cats eyes caused hrm to drop the prstol and strfle a shrrek Jumprng up he paced the floor Always wrthout a pause the cat followed hrs progress wrth her eyes He wanted to krll that cat more than anythrrrg else rn the world But every trrne he looked at that cats eyes he almost went mad He cast a fearful glance over hrs shoulder The cat was glarrng trrumph antly at hrm He had to do somethrng I-I glanced agarn at the revolver and sudden lv a thought struck hun Yellrng exultant ly he dashed to the lrquor cabrnet yanked fr door open and grapped a bottle of whrs key Hrs tremblrng hands could not even break the seal He sobbed rn desparr as 1 wave of defeat swept over hrm Then an other rd a came to hun wrth a rush Queer how hrs brarn functroned perfectly rn trmcs of drstress He rushed to the bathroom ar d swrngrng the bottle rn the manner of a baseball bat he neatly shattered the neck agarnst the lead prpe For a moment he stared at the sprlt amber lrquor slowlv eeprng down the drarn Then the fiery fumes awoke hrm to hrs predrcament Rea hrng upon the shelf he procured tumbler frlled rt brrmmrng full and gulped rts contents Then another Th lrqurd porson eave hrm new courage Flrngrnf the half empty bottle on the floor he rushed rnto the next room The cat wa strll there glarrng at hrm Payrng no attentron to her he preked ur the revolver and rnspected rts maeawn Qlrpprng off the safety he swung the gun towards the cat Hrs hand was as teadv as a rcck but the whrskey was makrne hrs head ache He drew a bead on the cat read and hrs trrgger finger trghtened th rr he almost Jumped out of hrs skm The cat had closed rts eyes and fallen asleep The old gleam of self assurance came rnto hrs eves as he frred he saw the cat roll to the tlcor He walked feebly to the wrndovv and looked out Below a prowl car was dravr rn to the curb There would be questr of course he reasoned but a mrllronarre L would have no trouble explarnrng that to the pohce A cat hah' He glanced trr umphantly at the dead form Suddenlv the blood drarned out of hrs face Sweat broke out on hrs brow In death the cats er es were wrde open starrng at hrm' The pollce carrred two bodres from that burldrng Waldo Collrns 46 THE EXECUTION HE man shrvered Had he really done thrs'P He a crtrzen of thrs country No he couldnt have Thrs helpless crea ture b fore hrm dead It was only rn self defen that he had done rt Wouldnt anyone have done the ame thlflgo he asked hrmself over and over agarn Surely he would have It was really te rble the way rt came about The man hrvered agarn If the enemy had not rnfl ed such cruel punrshment upon hrm the death of the mosqurto would ne er have happened Lourse Brllrngs 47 GEESE ' By chance I l oked up rn the sky A flock of geese were flyrng by In a V they seemed to form As toward the South they sped along They drd not know what that V shaped meant As on a mlssron to the South they went As the wrnter months went rollrng by Aoarn I looked up rn the sky Toward the South I could plarnly see The flock of g ese rn a letter V As through the arr they sped along A arn I heard then sprrng trme song I watched as long as I could see That letter V for Vrctory Arlean Staples 47 . f v , F' Nltll TUX If 'IIU '74 . . 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Y - 1 - Uhr Q 4 NIOL NT LUV ECHO HUMANS WILL BE HUMANS Boy meets grrl that age old story Hasn t changed and never wrll Mamma needs a hat thats stylrsh Papa foots the brll always Sam Jones buys a brand new Packard Smrtb s old Ford wrll never do Even though hrs house 1S mortgaged Smrth must have a Packard too Some folks l1ve the1r lrves the1r own wav Strll there are a certarn few Who can t let the1r nerghbors beat them Notwrthstandrng what they do Humans always w1l1 be humans Evolutronrsts or no Honor prrde and greed are constant Leaders come and leaders go Love and hate st1ll rule the rulers Whether natrons rrse or fall Irfe IS short and rn a hurry Whats the use to l1ve at all'P Walter Butler 44 ADVENTURES OF SPURLOCK SHOLMFQ WHILE Spurlock Sholmes was deep rn 1 fit of thrnklng ras he frequently rs or should I say was s1nce thrs happened many years agol a rock came Hyrn through the wrndow and landed wrth a lhud on the head of the one and only Dr Wattsun who 1S Sholmes frrend and as srstant The doctor startled s1nce he had been aroused suddenly from a deep sleep rumped out of the charr rn wh1ch he had been Slttlllg I say Sholmes he crred What on earth was that'P D1d that blasted chrmnev fall down aga1n'9 Sholmes was now bendrng over the doc tor to see rf he was hurt You re a brt unsteady 1n the brarn but youll be all rrght sa1dSholmes I say put ln the doctor Here rs the obJect that crowned me and rt has a prece of paper tred around rt What IS wrrtten on 1t'J aked Sholmes rmpatrently The doctor looked puzzled as he sa1d It must be code Here Sholmes you read Shomes also looked puzzled The let ters here are L S M F T Vlfhat can they mean'J Thrs lS one mystery that Sholmes neve olved It was not untrl Just a few months a o that I came upon the SOlllt1Oll It seems that Srr Walter Ralergh was an frdvertrsrng agent for a brg tobacco com pany and he thought rt would be good publrcrty to have the tobacco companvs name connected wrth Spurlock Sholmes But he forgot one thrng He forgot that Sholmes and Wattsun never smoked so they never knew what the letters L S M F' T stood for Dana Conary 45 THAT WVONDERFUL BROTHER OF MINE I sa1d a lrttle prayer last nrght It was for brother Jrm We havent heard from h1m for sometrme Hrs grrl she got a letter Bout two months ago Che Sald he Sald he m1ssed us And I wouldn t wonder so Cause J1nr he never went from home Untrl he went th1s t1me Hes homes1ck but hes awful brave That Wonderful Brother of Mme For two months We ve had no letter Not even a postal card We re always hop1ng and prayrng But ltS really awful hard To pretend that we re not frrghtened And go on as we d1d before Wr1t1ng letters prayrng sm1l1ng We can do nothrng more We keep on sayrng hell come back Though we haven t heard for a t1me Hell come mth banners-wart and see That Wonderful Brother of Mme Mary McGravs 44 qulte L Irv I I ' W 14 H ll ' ,' ' U I ' . . v ' n H - 1 ' ' . it." , - .1 y . - . . 0. . 1 L3 ' III . 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Q , . ,, . , . 11 rn ' 4. - 1 V - ,- ' ' ' ' Y! u v Y X JUNIOR SENIOR EXHIBITION I m as nervous as a draftee Or a Red Cross blood donor Id bett r stop shaklng pretty soon Or Im sure to be a goner I ve forgott n my books And my m1nd seems empty All the thmgs Ive learned Have gone and left me What shall I do to rlght my wrong I Just cant shake all nrght For afte1 all the Exh1bxt1ons Not t1ll Wednesday nlght Marjorle Young 44 IIIT S SQUIRM WORM He came and asked me for a dance That handsome guy rn the checkered pants He g1aLbed me up and swung me round I never knew when I h1t the ground He sa d that I was a fancy number But I felt more l1ke a load of lumber Then when he tossed me round a b1t I thought he must be havxng a ht I sald Now look here lug' Is th1s what you call uttlng a lug 'J Cause 1f 1t IS Im 1l11ng It qults I don t want to catch your Jltterbug Flts My feet were up and my head was down But he a d Come on Babe' Lets go to town' He thr w me over hls shoulder and caught me by the nose What went on from there Heaven onlv knows' But now Im a crlpple' So dancers beware Of guys 1n checkered pants And dark wavy han' -S Babson 44 C Butler 45 A PLEA It s nearly sprlng the wlnter s gone And yet we must admlt We ve mu h to do before we leave We all must do our b1t The Jubllee must be Just pel fect The IVIOUIIIIZIII Echo rxght We need a lot more stor1es So wont you try tonight" The Glee Club needs more practxce Lets srng w1th all we ve go Lets practlce hard for speakxng And do Just as we re taught We need a strong Amerlca We re dependlng upon you So study hard your Democracy And your other lessons too We re 1n to w1n and WIH we must To keep the thlngs we love Our homes our f3.l'I'11116S and our land All came from God above' And do our b1t today I ets buy more stamps and bonds right now I et s fight the Yankee way MarJor1e Young 44 V A FISHING TRIP One day I went on a flshlng trxp To a llttle stream I knew It was tucked away ln the distant hllls And It was stocked wlth many fish too I came at last to th1s httle pool Where the rlpphng waters stands And I saw a big trout cuttlng wlde On a long wh1te bottom of sand I dropped my hook 1n a qulet place Where the trout stlll played about He struck my hook and b1t down hard And then I yanked h1m out B111 Babson 46 :ill NlHl'."l'AlN l'll'llH U , ' "' u va 7 3 , ' . ' y . 7 1 v 7 9 ' 3 9 , , , I S . . , - 3 . , , . . , tl , ' ' 7 - y l 1 H ' Y TV, 1 as , 1 is " ' ' Y ' Y , I . . Y l -- - p - ' v So come on, Stevens, let's pitch in . Y ' I , , V , , ' Q Y , ' '7 T I . ' Y I A ' 'C ' ' 'I ss 11 , . . .Y , C . . . Y , - - ,, . . , . . . V Q i .. , . . . . , , . H , . H Q . . . V U v I ' I 1-4 ' 1 ' i Y ' Xlfll XFAIN FLHU THE SKIPPER S LAST TRIP One of the chref rndustrres of Newfound land ls cod flshrng Newfoundlands greatest source of supply of cod rs at the Grand Banks whrch rs of! rts coast Gomg out for months at a time the cod fisher men often brrng back a fortune but som trmes they never return Schooners take the fishermen to the fishing grounds and then smaller boats or dorres are used for stretchrng nets for the catch The following experrence rs recalled by the whales crew It was a blustery sprrng mornrng back rn the 1800's when an old skrpper Pete Jud son was sarlrng wrth hrs crew on hrs last trrp to the Grand Banks After this trrp Pete who was rn hrs seventres was plan rung to retrre to hrs seasrde cottage At first there was a brrsk southwest wrnd behrnd the sarls of the four masted schoon ers If thrs kept up rt would not be long before the Whale would reach rts destrna progress because he Was always anxrous o get home but he drdn t lrke the rdea of not sarlrng anymore on the Whale whrch he had grown to love rn the past years In a few days however the wrnd changed completely to the east A low fog settled on the ocean whrle the barometer dropped sharply There were rndrcatrons of an approachrng storm Pete estrmatefl that the Whale was about half way to the fishrng grounds Hrs worry was that rf they were delayed too long by the unfavor able wrnd the food supply mrght grve out leavrng only flsh whrch mrght b caught to eat The wrnd whrch was garnrng rn for e steadrly drove the salty spray from the leaprng waves onto the deck where the crew was scramblrng about takrng down sarls and fastenrng the dorres securely The rockrng of the shrp made rt necessary to fasten the barrels and cases rn the hold Whrle thrs was berng done a loud squeak mg was heard and then a horde of rats that somehow got aboard were seen leavrng the shrp There rs a superstrtron among sarlors that when rats leave a shrp that they have rnhabrted then some work of fate wrll overtake them The crew drd not lrke this sign but let rt pass As the skrpper called hrs crew together they notrced an anxrous look on hrs face Although he wasnt too sure of rt hrmself he trred to assure them that they would get through all rrght They had confi dence rn hrm because he had brought them through many a storm some of whrch had been worse than thrs one One thrng that worrred Pete was that the srdes of the old shrp mrght not be able to stand the terrr fic lashrngs of the waves The barrels and cases had been tred down so that they couldn t hrt the srdes as the shrp rolled As the storm reached rts full fury there was a loud rumble rn the hold that could be heard above the storm then a crashrng of Wood One of the crew scambled down to rnvestrgate but rushed back up yellrnff hat a stream of water was pourrng rnto the hold through a hole rn the srde of the shrp The ropes holdrng the cases had broken lettrng them bound wrth full force agarnst the srde The damage was beyond reparr and no one could work among boxes that were crashrng about The skrpper ordered the dorres to be low ered for the abandonment of the shrp In the storm rt took sometrme to untre them and the shrp was srnklng fast All the men had left the shrp except hrmself when he suddenly remembered hrs drary was rn hrs cabrn As he went rnto the cabrn the shrp gave a heave and drsap p ared under the water The crews ef forts to recover hrm were rn varn Thus on hrs last trrp Pete went down wrth hrs shrp to rest where many of hrs comrades had perrshed The mournful crew had some good luck because they were soon afterwards prcked up by a Brrtrsh vessel on rts way to Canada Nrrlo Anderson 45 I KILLED HIM T had been five weeks srnce the lrttle boy had been murdered Some hrgh school boys had found hrm lyrng rn the blackberry bushes besrde hrs crutch He was holdrng hrs lrttle trn parl Who had murdered the lrttle boy'1 For . T." - r' If 31 , .A T . . . . - . . ' ' 3 I . . ' 9 . . 9 " . . l - . . . 9- 'f ' ' .' Y..I K . - . , . f -- - . Y ' . . . . , D . , . . . . U tion. The skipper was glad of the rapid , ' . , . . . . y f . . . . e' v . , ' - . . . D - . . Q .. . . . A . . . P . .. , . . V - , . Y - X I I LHU Hve weeks the pollce DOIld616d upon the quest1on and searched for cues but all 111 va1n There were no clues The ques t1on could not be answered The l1tt1e boy had 11V6d w1th h1s aged grandfather One of the boy s legs had been paralyzed S11'1CE blrth and he could not 1un and play w1th the other ch1ldren as was h1s greatest deslre The old man had been fa111ng 1n hlS health these past few years H1s e1d was 11ear and he had known It Now when they brought the llttle boy home to h1m for the last t1me h1s gr1ef was unendmg and he took to hlS bed One CVCUIDQ the polxce were summoned to the bBdS1d9 of the dy1ng man As th X entered the 100111 the old man ralsed h1m elf upon h1s elbow and faced them H spoke almost 1l'1 a wh1sper and b could hardly be heard Gentlemen he spoke wlthout faltermff I have a confession to make It was I I k1lled h1m I k1lled my l1ttle boy DIS VOICE rose and he faltered I had to He was lame I was all he had How could l e l1ve w1thout me? How? How', The old man fell back on h1s DIIIOW and losed h1s eyes Th1e m1nutes late1 the If' l1ce left the 1oom as s11ently as they had entered It The case was closed The old man was dead L1ll1an Stover 45 THE SUN Al' D THE MOON Two scenes 111 n1v ch1dhood That I shall not forget Are when the sun lS r1s1ng And when the un doth set When I look over the h1ll tops And scan the b11 ht hor1zon What can be more beaut1fu1 Then a b1g round sun 1lS111g'J When the tw1l1g,ht gathers At the close of every day Another scene that I hold dear Is the moon on Blue H111 bay The moon shnnng on Long Island On a cool and CFISDY nxght Spans the deep blue waters Oh what a gorgeous s1ght' To God we should be thankful For th1ngs of natu1e br1ght O11e IS for the moonbeams The other for sunllght -Josephxne Pettenglll 4 IMPOSSIBILITY I th1nk that I shall never see A woman as qulet as a tree A tree that never IS known to talk Beh1nd people s back an awfut lot Most women talk constantly 'Ihat plants 1ts roots 1nto the ground And stays there the whole year round Barney Plper 44 LAMENT Im Just a bashful freshman I dare not move nor Slgh For fear a sen1o1 ll hear me As he IS passmg by Those soph1st1cated sen1ors Would l1ke to own the school There are a few who th1nk they do But there are except1on.s to the rule Those sophlstlcated sen1ors Show thelr author1ty Wlthout whlch theyd be the same As common as you and me IV Although the S6lllOI'S bawl me out I calmly take It Wlth a Smlle For though Im Just a freshman now Ill be the sen1or after a whlle A Green Freshman IIZI NlHl'."'AIN +1 ' 1 . . L . Q . D . , . . . . , , 7 . ' 1 . ' - 1 . --v-- , . . . I 9 , ' . . - . Y . . Q U Y - - at Y - E. ' , , . j N 'I' Why can't they all be like a tree? . . H , 9 . , A -1' ' 7 -I ' ' 17 y C . ' . ' e ' I . 7 C. . . A V . . , - 7 Q --V-h ' , it -J H 7 1 h ' , S . III - ' ' ' 1 ,-nk - ' ' s , . H011 X F ATN Boys Sports HE annual Golf Tournament was not held thrs year due to an rncrease rn chool actrvrtres The annual Volleyball Tournament was held however It consrst cd of srx games wrth th Junrors wrnnrng Th Treasure Hunt was held on Octobe 4 The wrnners were Wendall Grrndle and Fernald Robertson ea h of whom recerved a box of chocolates Our physrcal educatron program started off tnrs year wrth several football gan e Then as fall passed by we started a new program rn the gymnasrum Thrs consrsts of exercrses and games whrch are to trengthen our bodres and m1nds All boys and grrls have to take part rn thrs program unless they have a wrrtten ex use from therr doctor Thrs year Stevens had to have an entrre ly new basketball team for all our reteran had left the prevrous year Our coach manager The scores of the ames are a follows flt Blue H111 The first gam start d off wrth a defeat for the new squad Bar Harbor 51 Blue H111 16 llt Blue H111 Our boys took therr frrst vrc tory for the year Blue H111 50 Brook lrn 12 At Brooklrn The team went on rts frrt game away from home wrth hrgh hopes cf V1 tory Blue H111 34 Brooklrn 4 At Blue H111 Our team won a thrrll n name ov r the slrghtly favorezl Grlnran eam Blue H111 21 G man 13 ft ucl sport The bo, suffered therr cond great o feat of the year Bu ks p rt 39 Blue H111 18 At Glman Our boys traveled down to Northeast Harbor only to suffer an un expected defeat Grlmon 27 Blue H111 24 E, Blue H111 The team had hrgh hope of slowrrrg up the Bucksport team on therr own floor but wrthout succes B cksport 51 Blue Hrll 22 M Blue H111 Our boys went back on the wrnn ng srde after losrng three strarght games Blue H111 46 Sulllvan 29 At Blue H111 A large crowd turned out to ee Stevens tackle a fast Ellsworth team Ellsworth 52 Blue H111 16 At Southwest Harbor Stevens played a leadmg game for three quarters but rn tn la t quarter due to three regulars foulrng out we lost by a narrow marg1n Southw st 39 Blue H111 36 t Blue H111 The Penobscot team plaved Blue H111 Blut H111 52 Penobscot 11 it Blue H111 Our boys were leadmg the outhwest Harbor team untrl the last quar er but then Southwest Harbor took th game Southwest Harbor 36 Blu H111 32 t Ellsworth The team traveled to Ells worth to play a well favored Ellsworth team Ellsworth 45 Blue H111 18 At Blue H111 Blue H111 had won once and o had Grlman but the rubber game was for anyon Our boys won by one pornt rn the most thrrllrne game of the year Blue H111 25 Grlman 24 At Blue H111 Our last game of the year vx s a grea vrctory for Stevens Bu H111 53 Wrnter Harbor 13 G S Won Lost Percentage 7 8 466 1 'ffrl 1' liflllll 33 Y. 9 Q 1 by T 4' . , . 1 . all . U , . Q . A . . rt Q I. At I ' ' S y C 4 - - I - l U U " ' I ' .-. ' ' : ' , 1 s, - f - A - A C . X . ' S -I Y ' ' c ' . U ' ' ' e 5 , John Harriman, selected Roger Leach, as M ' ' ' 4 c g z 11' ' : M : 1 ' , ' . ' I . ' e , 3 A W: 1 - I v S , ' I L. . ' ' 1 9 ' . 9 . . ' - 1'- ' I .. . - N ,C I , v , V . Z . S ' Q - V K. ' . ' 1 n . . . D F, , 9. . . . D - - 3' 1 ': "S " . . . . S2 '? - f e- fa 1 1 - 1 13 V " . . v ' A I u . . , - B. . . A. ' I IHS l1KNlxl' IBUI I xont Rovt Georg. Snow W1ll1 lm 131135011 R wg 1 Lt ich M All 1.5311 B uns v Plpm Sheldon Lelgh ton M1dclle ROW H mlm m K 'I 'ld WOW U Wmnclell Cnnndlc Loma Freedman Don xlc 1 Sit Wllllalll Bl uwdell ik R HK D D11 llci Ik halts url bn nun xn P4 nl Center L aptuxn Kenneth Marks Euxett btoxu .49 mv Q25 A-,A M QW , ' Af GIRLS BASKETBALL Back Row 4Left to Rlghtw Mrk Wllbur Rlcker Ramona Wood Louue Blllxngs Florence Pert Franres Torres Malrel Wood Front Rom Marllxn Mathews Jowephme Pettenglll Belxa Hnnne well Shella Babson Manager Mazjorxf Yonn- Alle-an Staples Mlna Robertson Captain G1rlQ Sports NBER the d11c 1011 of M13 Wllblll R1 k er the g1rl5 11 18 able to play b1Sketb1ll thls yea1 The fo1low111 XK616 memb IS cf the team M113 ROb91lSO11 Captam Bel va Hu1111ewell M1b l Wood Lou1 e B 11111 13211111116 HUl111 well M111or e You11 M111 1y11 Matthewb F1a11Ces To1rey Jose-ph111e R1mo11a Wood Sl1e1la B1bSo11 was 1111111 er Bucksport O11 F11day e 6I11I1g J311ll'lI'X 14 the WhlSt1B blew for the 1:1151 ame of the year The C016 was 24 33 111 f1vo1 of Buckspo1t C'ull1va11 O11 the home H001 aga111 111111 11y 21 Stevens lost 1ts second 1,1111 23 31 W1tl1 S111111 H11 111 the lead Penobscot Th11d tlme 11ever f111s a 1d th 011113 played 1 Wllllllll a111e a a111st Pe 110 Scot o11 ou1 H001 O11 Feblllal 1 The .SCOIQ 1115 12 28 111th M1113 Rdb It S011 1s the 111 h C0161 G1l111a11 Feb1u113 11 by the score of 9 12 the Blue H111 guls were de-fe1ted fo1 th Ihlld tlme W111te1 Harbo1 Blue H111 defeated th 25 o11 the home H001 At Glmah March 10 Blue H111 gll1S yy 1 defeated by the G1ln1a11 g11ls Wlth 1 sco1 of 28 8 Thls was the last a111e of the season Volleyball Tl11s ye11 the 5,1115 fOll11Sd tvlo volleyb1ll te1111:, They pl1.yed some last 111d 11111011 E.,1Il1CS The 1esults WCIC 1s follows Team Capta111 Won Lost l'resh111e11 M111a ROb9IESO11 8111015 Belva H1l11I19W611 0 2 NlUl'N'l'.XlN ICVIIH 215 ' 9 g. V v 1 wb K1 - . w' ' , Q , - . 1' 1 -Q1 1 av K 7 2 - . ,- ,,. ,. Q., 1 , 5 --. - D H ' . .. ' I' Q ' . , . , L . 9 . 1 e . 'S 1 '. fs. 'Q l ' ' 3 ' L l Q. Q "- . A Pettehgill, Flo1'e11ce Pert, Aileau Staplea. Wmter Harbor mms' 3147- OH Fffb1'Hf111' c. . J. L . ' ' , - ' ' ' e' . . , . . . . , ' ' 'ee ' - 0' 4 ' - 4 V g 7 13 . L A ' . I c ' , . l . V . ' . L - ,N . . A . , V . L1 - , V K, - 'A 1 L c 1 , f 1' ' ' 4 .lc P 2 1' C 'Q - A1 4 v C 5 I " ' A 1 41 ' 1 5" 1 ' 31' - - ' 2 0 b A. . 1 . .Lv A S ' .. 1 NIUI X I MN I CHO Alumm CLASS OF 1936 Basll Astbury Army Mary Astbury 1Sweet1 North Calolxna Rufus Candage Army W1n1fred Clark 1Harr1manl Norway M Leah Closson 1GrossJ Orland Beulah Eaton 4Webberr East Blue H1ll Beatrlce G ay 4McGrawr South Calolma MarJor1e Gray 1marr1edl Portland Valerla G lndle 1Crockettl deceased Elmor Hexr1ck fQu1nr Connect1cut Helen Hodgdon Blue H111 Falls Ruby Judkms Penobscot Arnold McGraw Army Eleanor Nevells 1Woodsl Surry Evan Owens Waltham Mass Paullne Townsend lFerr1sJ Connect1cut CLASS OF 1937 Helen Collms tSylvesterJ North Carollna Roger Day Ellsworth Harry Drew Boston Paul Greene Army Bla1ne Lymburner Brooksvllle Dan1e1 McGraw Freeport R1chard Osgood Army Rebecca Pease 4Hortonv Blue Hxll Paul Townsend Army Barbara Wellman New Hampshlre Franklln Wescott Navy CLASS OF 1938 Raymond Astbury Army Eleanor Astbury Blue H111 Rodney Eaton Army Hubert Graham Army Herbert Gray Army Hovxard Gray Army Wxlham Greene Army Arnold H1gglDS Portland Kenneth H1nckley Baston Mass El1zabeth Leach Augusta Helen Manson Ph1ladelph1a Penn Guy Reynolds Surry Vergllla Staples 4GrayJ Boothbay Donald Veaz1e Portland LEWIS Wh1tt1er Army CLASS OF 1939 Pauhne Astbury Brookl1ne Mass Ph1l1p Atherton Army Norma Babson WRICKGFT Blue H111 Royce Brldges Marlne Corps El me Carter lAndersonr Brooklxn Harry Emerton Navy Basxl Grlndle Blue H111 Georgene Grlndle Connect1cut Prlscxlla Henderson lHartfordJ South Blue H111 Madel1ne Hlnckley Rangeley Ma1ne W1ll1am Harrlman Marmeg H1ldred Morgan Surry Dorothy Robertson 1Chamber1a1nJ Con nectlcut Arthur Saunders Navy V1rg1n1a Stover fAllenJ Brookhn Florence Treworgy Newport Dorls Wessel 1TapleyJ Pearl Harbor Lawrence Wescott Army R1chard Wescott Mafltlme Serv1ce CLASS OF 1940 Ollwe Astbury Sedgwlck Thelma Eaton lGrayJ North Carol1na Raymond Herrlck Army John Gordon Army Edna Ledlen U of M Marjorle McGraw fWoodwardb Blue H111 CI-ylv1a Snow Washlngton D C Owen Veaz1e Tennessee Beverly Walton Connect1cut CLASS OF 1941 Elame Astbury fColeJ Massachusetts Sh1rley Astbury Massachusetts Rebecca Bowden U of M George Candage Ellsworth Constance Carter U of M Arlene Clough lSm1thr New Jersey Basll Duffy Army 326 . KWH ' 'I A 0 ' I - 1 A ' e' I 9 I v ' , , . . . y S. ' . 3' , , . , y . , , , , . - , , , Elizabeth Wescott, Portsmouth, N. H. Helen Osgood, Pennsylvania , - , V Y A , I - Y . Y , , v ' Iv v ' ' , , h Y 3 , , , . , . . Y ' y ' x 4 , , . . , 9 , , , y N101 N N A1nold G1av Navy Malcolm He111ck U of M Fdlth H1llCk18y Colbv ThCOdOI6 H01 on Navy Alf1edene P1e1ce Boston Vlarle Snovs Vlarmes Wayne S3.11lld6lS Alflly No1a Staples fG11l1d1El Blue H111 MarJor1e Soper 1Lordr No1way Mame Robert Wescott Army CLASS OF 1942 F166-?lTl"l1l Atherton Navy Wa1te1 B1sset Navy H11d1ed Clark 4Bartlettl New York Pearl Conary Po1tland H W1ll1am Emelson JI MHl1l19S Wllma Emerton 1Popew1ch1 Massachusetts Dana G1les Maunes Flo1ence Grxndle Rhode Island Phyllls Gllndle Blue H111 Roy H9lld61S0l1 Navy Vk1lbu1 McIntyre Army R1cha1d P1p 1 Marmes John F1eder1ck Snow Malltlme S91VlCC Paul Sylveste1 South Blue H111 Edna G1ace To11ey CO1lIl6'CtlC1lt CLASS OF 1943 M'1v11'11d Astbu1y Navy James B1ll1n s M1IlllGS B'1lb'118 Black 1C'11te1l Slllly Ma1y Black Pelletxer Beauty School Lew 1btOD Lnmood Ca1te1 Navy W11ma Collms South Blue H111 Lc1s L,ous1ns Mame School of Commerce R1 ha1d Freedman A1my Cathfnlne He111ck Blue H111 J'IlllCE' G11l1s G01h'1111 Normal School Lucy Helflclx Go1ha1n Noxmal School Glace Hlnckley Washlngton State Normal L1ll1an H1nckley Colby Cha1les Hunnewell Navy Hatt1e Nevells 1P1per1 Blue H111 Arlen Owen MRIIIC School of Commerce Artl y Parsons NFS SGIVICC Illdlil. 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