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I I I L I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I I I ' ROLL QQ HoNoR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE it ARMED FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES V Yxxlwa f 3 I U , A A K - A X 3 I4 I H' I X ff' ":5i, 35iR5LE5E5?EiE?fE55E.' STN I E5fSff:ExEf1.:.:-I11515121+gg?TamaQ- -eBiWSEf55UT?EhEw3EGh I f .. ,s ,,.'!y.,,.g'b:f,,..1.51,A .4..,-L ...,,. , I 3' I ff' 'fl -it ' 4 ' ff- V I 'L' ? qf K I I Qi 5 Q 4 , 46gf6L6?ZwQ NJ I v f ffffw In I ,, 3' ,' fff'Y5'f N0 If I IZ' Ss- i Af VVS G 1 Q f ' S1 X' ff f-" ' fa-Tx -X L 'ia 91 5 kj 'fl 'Q-us L -if VY i xx L Q .fx A 1 ' A ff K- lv X C' J I N' ' 7 .J ' s N , 'Whig V? , 1 f A 4' .rp , .g H 4 V ' 1 f 1 Q41 izfzn 512- :SWB mx 1 P .iff 5333 1.-.gm .- ww f . 1 H i X41 A F b., ' bhi 591455 , , L EUGENE ASHLEY ERNEST ATWOOD, Jr VINCENT J. AUSTIN CARLTON BABBIDGE NORMAN ARLINGTON BICKFORD' . RICHARD BILLINGS- PHILIP BRACY A FREDERICK BROWN A EDWARD BUCKLIN REGINALD BUZZELL' A DONALD BRYANTT ERROL CARR RONALD CARR- 1 RONALD CHASE HOYT'CLARK GERALD-CLARK PERCY-COOMBS , A JAMES CRANEY CLIFTON DAMON'M ROBERT DAMON VERNON DAVIS-' A DANA DODGE .- EDWIN R. DODGE NO JOHN LQ DOREY ff RALPH DOREY VIRGIL L. DORR ' JUSTIN DRISCOLL '57 '25 '56 '29 '51 157 '42 '45 '57 '41 '45g '59 '40 '44 '58 '26 '38 145i '43 '39 '43 'SS '39 A '39 '55 '57 GORDON DYMENT KENNETH EATON. HOLLIS EATON . WILLIAM FENNELLY,, CARL.Rf GILLEY I DONALD GRAVES 4 ROBERT GRAVES . ex- DOUGLASS GRAY A ex- AUSTIN GRINDLE . EDWARD GRINDLE CECIL GROVERR GEORGE GROVER '- J- MAYNARD HAGERTHY JOHN'HASKELLJ-"' EARL'HODGKINS ' ROGER HAYNES AO' ex HAROLD HUSTON ff A ROSALIE JOY 4 . A WINERED B. JOY, Jnq-' GEORGE E. JENKINS' A CARLTON C. KELLEY A R. ROGER LELAND ' ADELBERT LISCOMB 1 'H' HAROLD MacNAUGHTON' ex CLIFFORD MANCHESTER'7 CLARK MANRING-f'fH-' FRANK MANRING'p A ' CHARLES MANSON, Jr. 142 '59 '57 '55 '52 '58 '44 '45 '41 '59 '55 '40 'SO 'SS '42 '45 '42 '44 'Se 157 '41 '52 '26 V'45 625 '28 '40 ARTHUR E. MeNULTY '45 EVERETT L. MEADER '54 MEBLE MEADER '42 RICHARD MERCHANT '44 HARLAN MURPHY I ex-'44 STANLEY MURPHY I I ex '51 DOUGLAS NCRWCCD ex '24 HARRY E. CEER I I '55 ELDBRIDGE W. PEDDER '29 FREDERICK PERVEAR '26 ELWOOD REED, Jr. ex '42 JWANITA REED 4 A A '42 JACKSON REYNOLDSQ Jr. '55 KENNETH ROBERTSON' ex '44 RICHARD RUMILI ex-'45 ROBERT HUMILL ' '45 SCHUYLER RUMILL, Jr.ex-'41 RbICE SAUNDERS P '41 DWIGHT SAvAGE-- -. ex-'42 HCRACE E. SAVAGE I '59 RICHARD SCHURMAN '42 W. PARKER SCHURMAN '40 KRNO SEAVEY ' ' A '55 LAWRENCE SEAVEY A A '41 ROBERT SEAVEY exa'45 WILLIAM SEAVEY5 Jr. ex-'45 HAROLD YOUNGHANS A '45 1 ' . DCRCAS SMALLIDGE HUGH SMALLIDGE ' JOHN SMITH -' JULIAN SMITH I LAWRENCE SMITH, Jr DAVID STANLEY JESSE STANLEY PWOCTOH STANLEY CHARLES E. STovER BETTY SUMINSBYQ' SHANNON SWANA Sl'EDWIN TRACY, Jr CLAYTON WALLACE HARVEY WALLS, JDJ STANLEY WALLSQH KENNETH WALTON VIRGIL WALTON. I WILLIAM WALTON, JI' GEORGE WATSON - , HERMAN WESCOTT, Jr. - WILC OX JAMES WALLS,-Jr, JAMES WOOD, Jr. LAWRENCE WOOD , LESLIE WRI GHT - .RALPH WRIGHT RCNALD YOUNG 4 . , . '42 '44 '44 '41 '41 '30 '35 '25 '41 '42 '40 '56 '42 '42 '40 '35 '45 144 '39 '44 '41 '43 'I44 '45 '54 '43 '28 BOYS FORMERLY FROM MOUNT QESERT HIGH SCHOOL HUELING BABBIDGE LEWIS BABBIDGE EMMONS BROWN GEORGE CHILLIS, Jr AUSTIN CONARY, Jr. HUSTON COOMBS CLARENCE DICKEY LYNWOOD FRRNSWORTH PEARL FREEMAN PAUL GONZALES ROGER GONZALES ARCHIE GORDAN JAMES GOHDAN CLARENC5 HARKINS MWSMMNS JOHN HARKINS '38 '32 '38 '35 '41 '40 '41 '35 '30 '39 '40 '35 '37 '23 '39 '39 ALONZO GEORGE HODGDON LANPHER CHARLES LELAND NELSON PHILIP LELAND MA RTIN , Jr. DUNCAN MCMASTER SX- ELMER ORCUTT GEORGE PARKER DANL REED ROBERT GEORGE DONALD HAROLD STUART RICH ROBINSON SMI TH SMITH SMITH JAMES YOUNG SX '35 '42 '39 '31 '37 '37 '35 '42 '29 '40 '41 '30 '42 '34 '31 i,JWF'iisi3Ff'v'-"ibW37?3U- 'RFE' , ' Y ' -mg -Q-,. 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Sports Editor girls' Qports Editor Frazier Peckham, Jr. Flora Manchester Txgists Mary Nusetti Mary Ninfi Sheila Norwood Eleanor Walls Flora Manchester Katherine Alley Faculty Advlsar, Miss Florence E. Greenleaf 1 i I I u 1 v i I I I ef y ffve ' nWE FINISH T0 BEGINU We feel that no class ever chose a more fitting motto than, 'We Finish to Beginn. We consider it a'privi1ege to be American boys and girls and to he graduating into this great land of ours to begin. In many ways it may seem unfortunate to be thrust in- to a world full of trouble and war, but something good is hound to come out of this great conflict and some of us may some day'be proud we had a hand in it, We are called upon to get down to business more quickly, eperhaos, than graduates of other years, because of the serious situation we find ourselves in. So we must he more earnest and sincere in our beginning of this new life for us in one of the most exciting and revolutionary eras of all history. - I' The boys and girls of America are tough, loyal and hopeful. They have already proved that they believe that this is a good country and one worth fighting for. Certainly then they must have faith in the future. ' There must be faith--incessant faith in and devotion to the Christian principles 'on which this coun- try was founded. United States today is the oldest and greatest remaining monument to the principles of freedom and individual- ism and Christianity. It is our first duty to keep it so. Our first job now is to help put democracy back on its feet and then to see to it that it stays there. ' ' America has for generations been a land of opportunity. It is sun a land of opportunity. Lincenmsteffins has sa1a,"Netn- ing is done finally and right. Nothing is known positively and completelyn. What could he more encouraging? The world is ours full of all sorts of things to find out and do, or do over and do right. ' We have. not now and never have had in the history of the world a good government. There is not now and never has been a perfectly run railroad, school, newspaper, bank, theater, fac- tory, or grocery store. The best picture has not yet been paint- edg the greatest poem.is still unsungg the divinest music has not been conceived even by Bach. Let us, the graduates of Gilman High, 1944 go forward from our course finished at Gilman with the realization that there are opportunities, millions of jobs, for all of us. Let us a- dopt George Washington Carver's philosophy of: Vstart where you are, with what you have, make something of it, never be satis- fied.n This formula can work for any of us anywhere. 'Sheila Norwood '44 . . ' I ' TEAMWORK f' A - The men in the nLucky Loun were sailing peacefully through the clouds toward their objective, when suddenly a'heavy fog rolled up around the plane--not just a mist but fog so thick that the pilot had to fly completely by instrument. AThe nLucky Louu, in case you haven't guessed, is a flying fortress of great importance. There are nine men in the Fortress. Pilot, o-pilot, Navigator, Bombardier, and five Gunnersf-each trained especially for his own jobs Finally the navigator tells the pilot over their target even though they can see the fog. The pilot orders the bombardier to no sooner has this been done, and a direct three enemy planes attack the fortress. The they are directly nothing because of drop the bombs and hit scored, 'than gunners eventually shoot down these planes but not before the pilot is wounded. isters first aid to the pilot. The nLucky Loun was lucky once more, for she returned safely to her base. Who was responsible for the success of the mission and the plane's safe return. Of course, we all know, that the credit for doing their job successfully and for bringing, that plane safely oan't be given to any one .man. T It goes to all of who, by working together, completed a job .which none of could have done alone. back them them This willingness and ability of men 'to work together is called TEAMWORK. ' , t ' In a way, .our whole country at present can be compared to a-giant flying fortress. Our government will be the pilot with the general public as co-pilot. The millions of people working in defense 'industries are the United States bombardiers. Per- haps labor organizations can be compared to a Fortress naviga- tor and the gunners are our farmers, or students, and our al- The co-pilot takes over immediately while the bombardier admhvf 'If'one. 11680 ' 4. , -.f . . ,. The secret mission in this case is Uwinning the warn. T - If we all work together our mission will be successful. several for victory by going all out for TEAMWORK. ' Q -C of us fails, it will slow down our progressg' and if fail ,it may even prevent successj So let's go all out Frances Iveney '44 , . '.nWhen the one great Scorer comes ' To write against your name, He writes not that you won or lost, a But how you played the game.N """19"""" 2122255.52 RESOIUTIOVS, 1944 Twenty-three years have elapsed and gaged in a second World War. A war which continue to touch, practically every home We are ever mindful of the sacrifices ...... 44.... find ourselves en- touching, and will the land 0 made by our fathers at Flanders Field. They gave their lives for a worthy cause in- deed, but somewhere along the way they have been betrayed. We are determined to make it our unbounded duty that this does not happen again. We at Gilman are justly proud of our fine list of service men and women who are at this moment scattered on the many bat- tle fronts of the world to fight stubbornly against the fierce attacks by our enemies. Many of us at home still don't realize what our men and women in uniform are going through, giving their sweat and blood, so that some day they can come back to their land of freedom. We have sympathy for those who have received telegrams from the War Department telling of their loved ones, killed, wounded, prisoners of war, or missing in action. They take their sad reports as real soldiers on a battle front would. We know they are seeking in troubled dreams for peace, content- ment, and comfort. We have fought many times for an eternal peace. Why is it there is no place for such a peace when this world of ours is full of fun and laughter? Selfish greed for power of certain mad men is the cause for much of our despair. Their thoughts aren't with those who strugyle in life. God doesn't exist to them. Dictatorshlp instead of freedom is desired by them. A tomorrow will come when there shall be freedom for all the people all over the world. Fear, hatred and ignorance will be driven out, and future generations will have a great debt to repay. We of the present time can begin to make our contribu- tions for a better world for the future by making every possible sacrifice that may be asked of us. We are resolved never to surrender until an Armistice Day is in sight which shall mean peace and justice for all. Mary Musetti '44 nTo look up and not down To look forward and not back, To look out and not in, and To lend a hand.n 1 1 i 1 LL' ,lf IQ w- "w'HE.HZ'E.f!s1f"'Z' I' W , W Y Y A . ur V , ,Q F3 Qblawg mf HQTQIQL Class Motto NWE FINISH TO BEGINH Class Colors Class Flower WHITE h ORCHID CARNATION Q -in-nuns. -sutnngn -11-ng in-nn1g-.- -F JY V-il-W Y N ' Y -Rug V A V P .X U '-1 In ,1. ,, fm Q -i42,lf.f ,L V , ,. . , . 5' ag.: my I.: ' 55, ,WT 4. 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N K WBuddy will leave his town in June, To find the meaning of a bomber's moon.n Basket Ball 1, 2, 4, Captain 43 Baseball 13 Bowling 2, 53 Victory Corps 33 Junior Speaking 53 Class Vice President 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 53 Business Manager.of the Gi1manaO5 Class Gifts. - MURIEL CARTER INDUSTRIAL ARTS HOYT 'Merciln WA swell sport is Muriel C., K Full of fun and giggles is she.H Victory Corps 3. A , CLARK B COLLEGE WC1arkyn nHoyt is in the Army Air Corpsg Over the country his plane will soar.n Victory Corps 33 Dramatics 33 Lion's4 Club Award3 Junior Speaking 53 Librarian 43 Class President 43 Joined U. S. Army Air Corps February. AUSTIN GRINDLE A INDUSTRIAL ARTS . nScoopn nScoop left us to join the Marines But we hope he hasn't forgotten Gflman's scenes. Basket Ball 1, 2, 43 Band 1, 2, 5, 43 Victory Corps 53 Bowling 2, 53 Baseball lj Class President 2, 5, 43 Junior Speaking 53 Dramatics 33 Glee Club 13 Joined U. S. Marines January. 3 . ' ' FRANCES IVENEY COLLEGE ll Jinx N ' Uln July our valedictorian will be a student nurseg If the training is tough, remember it could be worse.n Hiking 'Club 13 Basket Ball 1, 43 Captain 43, BQw11ng,33 Ping-Pong 53 Victory Corps 53 Band l, 2, 53 Dramatlcs'3, 43 Junior Speaking 53 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Class President 43 National Honor Society 43 Assistant Editor-in-chief of the Gilmanacg Valedictorian. . . I ' I WINFRED JOY, Jr. H H COLLiGE Win' WWinn1e's training in the Army Air Corps, ,He'll make a good flyer, wefre sure.n Baseball lg SBow1ing 2, Se, Basket Ball 41 Dramauies 3- Junior Speaking 53 'Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Student Council 4f Joined U. S. Army Air Corps,February, I FLORA MANCHESTER INDUSTRIAL ARTS HMugginsu umuggins is a happy cheerful creature, We think she'll make a good Home Ec.'teacher.n Bowling 53 Ping Pong 55 Librarian 55 Victory Corps' 53 Junior Speaking 53 Victory Corps 53 Dramatics 53 Class Secretary 5, 4, Glee Club 45 Manager of Basket Ball Team 43 Sports Editor of the Gilmanac. GERALDINE MacKENZIE ' 'INDUSTRIA h A Q WDOttyv V L ARTS WDotty with her dark hair so wa A I Is very interested in the NavyYXf . Hiking Club lg Victory Corps 53 Student Council Q3 Glee Club lg Literary Editor of the Gilmanac. RICHARD MERCHANT INDUSTRIAL ARTS Q ll Fe gel! mniehare is going to learn to fly, A certain Bar Harbor girl heaves a sigh.n M.D.H.S. -- Basket Ball 1, 23 Baseball lj Class President 5'g"'J'1'i'n'I'or Speaking 55 -- Basket Ball 45 Librar:ian4.. MARY MUSETTI ns tn INDUSTRIAL ARTS paces B ' nMary says dancing is lots of fun , ' We-hope she can find dancing when school is done.W M.D.H.S. -- Class Treasurer lg Class Secretary 25 Cheer IbEdEr'2g Victory Corps 55 War Bond Cashier 5g Junior Speaking Award 53 Treas. and Sec. of the Athletic Associa+ tion 55 'G..I-l.S.'-- Glee Club 4.3 Class Treasurer. 43 Assis- tant Ed1EbrJIh-Chief of the Gilmanac. SHEILA NORWOOD INDUSTRIAL ARTS uToo bad George doesn't graduate this June Because lt wasn't Sinatra whodmade you swoon.W 'E' tHee Club 1, 2, 43 Dramatics US, 43 Band 3, 43 Victory Corps 53 Bowling 33 Hiking Club 13 Ping-Pong 133 Class Secretary and Treasurer 23 Student Council 2, 3, 43iMnior Speaking 53 National Honor Society 43 Editor-in-chief of the Gi1manac3'Salutatorian. MARY OLSEN 3 I ,COLLEGE . HMOPSYU "Mary is armies who is usually quiet, I But her classmates know she can be a riot.n Glee Club 43 Bowling 53 Victory -Corps .33 Dramatics 5,43 Junior Speaking 53 Student Council 43 Alumni Editor of the Gilmanac. THEODORA REED INDUSTRIAL ARTS 1 UTeddyH nTheodora has a nice wide smile ,V For almost everyone all the wh11e.n 'W MJ.Q.1-l.S. -- Junior Speaking 33 War Bond Cashier 53 Victory Corps 53 g.gg.s. --, Glee o1ub"43,L1bnar1an.4g L11:e':-ary Edg- itor of the G1lm8D8Cj Honor Essay. MARION SCHURMAN, , N H INDUSTRIAL ARTS . 'Sis' - "We're'glad you came back, Sis, Your cheerful laugh we did miss.N Band l,:23 Dramatics l, 43 Glee Club l, 2, 43 Class Vice- President 13 Class Secretary 53 Student Council 1, 2, 5,43 Lion's Club Awardg National Honor Society 43 'Joke. Editor . of the Gilmanacg Class Prophecy. ANITA WALLS - INDUSTRIAL ARTS ' ' nNitan - HFrom Otter Creek comes Nita, Who's singing wherever you meet her.n Victory Corps 33 Glee Club 4. NAME W Sheila Norwood Mary Musetti Geraldine McKenzie Frances Iveney Anita Walls A Marion Sohurman Mary Olsen Austin Grindle . Muriel Carter Theodore Reed. Winfred Joy 1. Fredrick Brown Hoyt Clark Richard Merchant Flora Manchester KNICK-NAME ? ? ll tl! N Je rryll ll Jinx!! ,tlNi tall Msisll NMopeyu nscoopf' nMerci1n nTeddyn Nwinti ?'Buddy" nC1arkie' I!FegelI WMugginsN PET EXPRESSION UI thought I'd di6cu Honest??? Yes, dear. Bull!!! Oh, Gosh! Rea11y?? What? Now I'11 tell yuhl You son of a gun! I haven't got any- thing to do. 1 . Betcha a nickle. That right! I don't beleive it Shut up!!! Are you kidding? Pr-' r- '. . . 'P ADVICEA 'A , xx K. . . Y Take it easy.'3 xl Stop poppingkthose eyes. .3 'y Be sure to buf alroll ing pin. A f,L Slow down 'X Come down to earth. Learn how to play basket ball. Leave off the carrots Come back soon! Buy some stilts. Share him--men'areM rationed. , 'IA Missing'you. Leave the women alone ,.., r . , '-'- Wish you were,hare.wr .. ,l.', Airplanes are faster. Stop blushing. - : .-:sw . . ". .'s,,,,. p - x., 4, P . Q . WA- .1.', .uv . ' Y., ' Not.nuch1f , , , , . . . .v-.,. . 1 donft,know yet. . . v - '-.L X . . . t . wew s Au P S -,V V . . . -1 . x" .' . I b" I'm pretty darnx good. 'A s Oh, so so D ict very much" Prettj good l, Pretty slick Pretty cute All right ' Yeh, man I'm a little bit of all right., Q 'That would be tell ings' ' .T119 robes? 'l It's a deep dark secret. UNLIKELY FUTURE Snake Charmer Mermaid Sea Diver Race Horse Manhater ClamVD1gger Bubble Dancer Ballet Dancer Model Pin-Up Girl Tack Peddler Bachelor Play Boy President of U. Opera Singer 6,16 , iff my Q0 , GDN Cb Q X 1 me R ,- I ipepv-taut Iva! eidnoo Jed OO'IQ zuoissimpv . ' '0O5Z 04 0036 WOJJ 'aoqauH qsueqqaon 'esnog Ifuqwrx eqq qu aaa -seqoao s,qq1mS usmaou Jo oysnm eqq on eouuq 'Q eunr uo 9551 go asain aqqniq peaosuods 1193 uoyqanpuaa oqq on paq1Au1 sp auoEaaA3 ZILEDHOH LnNOG --1e--- seamless ----n- ,,, , .. w - 4 LAST WILL AND TESTANENT we, l the' 'class er 194.4 of the eeheel ef o Gilman, .Northeast Harbor, ,Town of Mount Desert, County of Hancock, and State of Maine, being of legal age and sound minds and memory, do make, publish. and declare this our Last Will and Testament, hereby rev k og and annulling any and allawllle by us heretofore made. We bequeath to Dottie Graves, Frances Iveney's ability in basket ball as we know she can keep things humming in the games as well as afterea . .- N, 1 . ' - ' We bequeath to Rebecca Taylor, Mary Olsen's good disposi- tion for use during future emergencies. We bequeath W1nfred's ability to make the f-est ofthe class laugh, to Rabbit Joy whom we hope will break the monotony of good behavior th classes. We bequeath to Kav Alley, Dottie MacKenzle's ability with her pen in the hopes that it will prove valuable to her in civ- ics class. , We bequeath to Stella Smallidge, Mary Musetti's ability to sneeze in the key of G. 'We hope she will use it to its best ad- vantage. L It I We bequeath to Jane Smallidge, Muriel Carter's loud voice which more than once has lifted Mr. Kelley from his seat. We bequeath to Rabbit, Richard Nerchant's 'jokes and stonms and hope that he can remember them as well as Richard has. Wenbequeathto Johnsmalliage, Scoop pqlgihalevahaki habit of being so very, very shy and his lack of courage when out with little girls. We bequeath to Mr. Osier, Flora hanchester's pretty blush. We bequeath to Vera Gillie, Theodora Heed's ability to use a pen tq keep the navy informed with news from homo, as we know Vera has quite a collection. ' We bequeath to Ida Waltbn, .Sheila Norwood's favorite seat knowing that Ida will appreciate being near Nathan another year. We bequeath to Vary Nlnfi, Sis Schurmanls sweet personality and hope that Vary can be-as successful as Sis has been with it. We bequeath to Gordon Falt, Buddy Brownfst ability to have two or three girls a year and hope that Falt can keep them all on such friendly terms as Buddy has. ,,, N, A gm We bequeath to Grace Davis, Anitais singing ability and hope that Grace- will keep the service boys as happy with it as Anita has.' ' , , We bequeath to Frazier Peckham, Hoyt Clarkfs enthusiasm for studying, knowing that Frazier will do his best. IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have hereunto set our'hands on this our Last 'Will and Testament at Northeast Harbor, this June 16, A.D. 1944.' A The Class of 19414 , A ' QIASS QDE I Melody: 'We'l1 Meet Againn -1.. We must say goodbye to our friends of Gilman High, But we hope to meet again as time goes on: We've loved the days here with you, pals so true, And we know you'l1 work and strive to carry on. So we must all do our part and work with all our - hearts, f Keep the banner on high, And whatever we do, we will always think of youi And the days long gone bya ' reachefs so dear, time of parting is here, We shall ne'er forget you as the years roll on. . - 2 - Friends and classmates too, we've enjoyed our stay with you, - Now the time has come to say our fond adleus, . . , I Our studies through, we still have work to do, We shall reach our goal by trying with all our hearts. And to the boys one and all, who have answered the We are all proud of you, And wherever you go, we all want you to know Our hearts are with you too. Dear Gilman High, time has come to say farewell, We shall ne'er forget you as the years roll one " Sheila Norwood '44 A W he 4-I2 ABOVE - SENIOR CLASS Front Row: Geraldine MacKenzie, Sheila Norwood, Anita Walls, Mary Musetti, Marion Schurman, Mary Olsen, Muriel Carter. Back Row: Mr. Osier CAdviserL Flora Manchester, Winfred Joy, Jr., Hoyt Clark, Richard Merchant, Theodora Reed, Frederick Brown, Frances lveney. BELOW - JUNIOR CLASS Front Row: Eleanor Walls, Estella Smallidge, Vera Gillie, Elaine Randall, Rebecca Taylor, Mary Ninfi, Shirley Reynolds. Back Row: Katherine Alley, Mrs. Herrick CAdviserD, Gordon Falt, Jr., Edward Bucklin, Frazier Peckham, Jr., Walter Allen, Nathan Preston, Robert Hamor, Samuel Blanchard, Jane Smallidge, Dorethea Grindle. u --19--- assumes -+--44-- JUNIOR CLASS NOTES In 'September, Gilman High School opened with 21 members in the junior class, ll girls and 10 boys. Class officers were elected as.follows: President -1 ------- -- Gordon Falt, Jr. , vice-President ------ Walter Allen ' ' Sec. M Trees. ------ - Frazier Peckham, Jr. Rebecca Taylor, Stella Smallidge, and Clifton Damon were elected to the student council.. Mrs. Herrick acts as our class advisergb Since- September the following boys have left for the Armed Services. .. . l 1' ' ' 5- Edward Bucklin -- ----U.S. Navy 'Robert Seavey --1 --- U.S. Navy Virgil Walton --------- U.S. Navy ,Clifton Damon -e ------- U.S. Navy Samuel Blanchard ------ U.S. Army Class members that took part in the school plays are Shirley Reynolds, Charlene Walls, Rebecca Taylor, Mary Ninfi, Stella Smallidge, Frazier Peckham, Jr., Walter Allen, and Gordon Falt, Jr. : 1 1 Boys on the basket ball team were Robert Seavey, Walter Allen, and Gordon Felt, Jr. with 'the manager being Frazier Peckham, Jr. While Rebecca Taylor, Vera Gillie, Eleanor Walls, and Shirley Reynolds were on the girls' team. Gordon Falt, Jr. '45 ' SOPHOMORE CLASS NOTES ' when Gilman opened this year,' the sophomore class had an enrollment of 10 girls and 8 boys. Early last fall a meeting was held'to elect class officers. They were elected as follows: President ----------- Leta Tracy Vice President ------ Everett Carter- Secretary ----------- Betty Wescott Treasurer ---------- 4 James williams The sophomore class is allowed two delegates to the student council. r Those elected were Ida Walton and Walter Blanchard.-'- ' Mr. Kelley was elected as class adviser. , Q when the boys' basket ball season opened,the following boys reported for practiceg they were Everett Carterg Fred Bucklin, and Lester Joy. 4 on April 15, the play "Elmer and the mwbugw was presented. In its cast were two sophomores, ,Betty Wescott and Lester Joy. V. " i tt ' Leta Tracy '46 ga A ... ABOVE - SOPHOMORE CLASS Front Row: Marion Stover, Grace Davis, Leta Tracy, Jean Allen, Isabel Korkmazian, Florence Jordan, Ida Walton, Back Row: Mr. Kelley CAdviserI, Paul Walton, Gordon Manchester, James Williams, Everett Carter, Fred Bucklin, Lester Joy. BELOW - FRESHMAN CLASS Front Row: Ryder Mosher, Edward Walls, Milton Crocker, John Smallidge, Edward Brown, Karl Bracy, Walter Wakefield. Second Row: Elsie Rolfe, Mary Parker, Norma Gonzales, Sylvia Grindle, Beverly Carr, Dorothy Graves Helen Gillie. Back How: Gloria Reed, Charlotte Nelson, Marion McCrae, Muriel Fernald, Tharon Reed, Helena Solari, Dorothy Haynes, Miss Green- leaf CAdviserD . Q I N, r y l 7, . .. if V . . L: ,V . Q, . . 1 , , A ,K A .W I ' :A ' A ' f A ' ', "' 19 """ Q L L M A E 5 Q """ 44 "' FRESHMAN CLASS NOTES Gilman opened this year with a freshman class of 9 boys and 14 girls which is the largest class in the school. At a meeting in September the following offi- cers were elected. President ----------- James Grant Vice-President ------ John Smallidge Secretary ----------- .Dorothy Haynes Treasurer -------- --- Elsie Rolfe The freshman class also has a member in the student council. The one choosen was Halen Gillies Miss Greenleaf acts as our class adviser. We were very happy to add two new pupils to our class. Ryder Moser of Burnham and Tharon Reed of Hampden Highlands. In the plays that were presented on April 13, John Smallidge and James Grant were represented in the cast of 'Elmer and the Lovebugu. Dorothyfuwnes was in the play, nSpark1njW. Those who played on the girls' basket ball team were: Elsie Rolfe, Dorothy Graves, Beverly Carr, Dorothy Haynes, Muriel Fernald. Marion Mae- Crae, and Helena Solari. The following boys played on the boys'basket ball team: Edward Brown, John Smallidge, and James Grant. James Grant '47 ' 1'3N'f1ff'lx T-Vf'ff?f'f"'iFi' :L , Q , , ' --is ETYWL -, at V ,, 4 . V ,"M2-fx"-"Vrf'wr"' -Pr :V- i ,---1 -1-'Lf-VV 'E -- ' " EV V 1 , 241: g ' :- L, ' A - V A qw: -VV'-flig -1 V V1 . . V- .V 54 .4 VM, V, H. ,.VV .V .WV V Vim ,M . V. . ,VV V. V..,.iV fy, VV,,qV'.V V., . .W . -,.,.V,VV ,V V,VVV.x,,V,,V,g5fVV- El., .,VVV,VfV,,.,: JVM, ,. iV,,V.VV3'5,f V tgp.. 5? if , Q., U 4 lyk ,,,. 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'X .- IN," X ,N ,... .A ,H V--f' V f -I ! f .j , : -f 12.2"- ,, ln, 1" -" . ...fw- V I X . I r 5 1 : l I I i l r m 1 S v 1 1 4 I F I I i i E -1,---- seamless ---,,,-- GOING HOME A little train was winding its way through a small south- ern country. The train was dirty and slow, but to the old man who sat today in the cramped uncomfortable coach, any inconven- iences passed unnoticed. For forty years the little trains like this one had passed his door along the same- road he and Mary had taken on their wedding trip. How proud he had been of her when he had taken her back to the house of his father, and his father's father be- fore him. They had lived and labored together. All these sweet memories came to him as he realized he was leaving this home to go to live with his son, since Mary his wife had passed away. He had not known what all this meant to him until he had left it. He had been lonely, and Tom, his son, had persuaded him to come to live with him. After he arrived at his son's home he felt strange, but he tried not to seem ungrateful, because everyone was so kind to him. He tried not to admit even to himself that he wanted to go back, but he grew silent, white and still. His son had been watching him ever since he came and be- gan to realize what was troubling him. nFather,n he said. nTell me, would you like to go back home?n The old man answered humbly, nTom, I am old and ,getting childish, but I want to go back. I've never lived anywhere else before and--and she's there, Tom.n ' So now two weeks since he had arrived here, he was going home again. Back to his old home, back where she had left him to wait until she called him. As he sat resting on the little train, the sunshine crept drowslly across the car and the sound of voices around him grew fainter and fainter. Somehow it was evening, and he was coming home down the long lanes between the fields. Over the hill came the tinkle of bells, as the cattle came home to milk- ing. There running towards him was little Tom,the red stains of berries on his face and hands, and there at the gate, the love light strong in her eyes, stood Mary. WI am late,n he said, Hand tired. uCome,u she said,u you can rest soon. It is only a step or two more.u With a long quavering sigh of relief, he was home o - A Geraldine MacKenzie '44 ' 55a'STT9M 91TUV ' . 'aA11 uaw auaw on agxt s1u sxsya GH ' - Vmaum pun qgos saxyg kno RQ qxs am afyum ' - 1 ' -1194 JaAap ptnoo ' au qnq-'apps KJGAG uo'squS1aua1q1aaaq uaas s,aH ' ' 4faA1I'uaw anew oq'aJr1 exu sxaxa au JI " Kvtdsta asnw 93 uotum fe9wanov Sxu.nd00Xa, Jteiwtu P39599 Q1 uvrum u4TM'uodveM ou Suu 9H ' H ' " 'ooq snoJaBuap SI naom sig I , 'aA11 uam exam om H uopqanaqsapfpua Tfau uinoaum ' ' - L Sauna: QIQQBQ JUJ'U0 ' ' -quita uaua saA1ap ag w'9AII uam anew ag squiyg GH 9TITX 0i'1U9IJ Qr9S90D JGTDIOS SIUE Wusmmcr aomvfrnemiv nv ohm u , , .I - .. 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Get your fiddle and piano Get your banjo on your knee, And weill show the city slickers What an old time dance can be, Now the dancing, it has.started In-the barn up on the hill If one ever hears the music, Oh, his feet, they won't keep still. There is plenty of sweet cider For the dancers on the floor, And the old men stand and gossip By the partly opened door.-, ' There is cake, -and pie, and doughnuts ,, Lorded o'er by housewives gay, And their eyes are bright and merry As Uley hear the music play. I remember in my childhood, when my heart was young and gay, I always went to dances Just to hear the fiddler play. I can hear the fiddler playing, I can see his eyes grow bright As he called the old square dances,' On those frosty winter nights. It was at these old time dances That the fellows found their mates, ' And the girls all wore long dresses And the youngsters stayed up late. f ' ' How well I do remember Those square dances on the hill, Oh, a fellow can't forget them, I just know he never will. l Nathan Preston '45 ALARM CLOCKS A harsh irritating bell is ringing, and there seems to be no reason for it. Oh you! it's morning, and that alarm clock is shouting for you to pull together those dishrag muscles and roll into the icy morning air. The first thought after the ab- rupt change from oblivion to reality is anger softened by un- willingness to consider seriously any one thing. The next thought goes to the torturous instrument that is causing your discomfort, the alarm clock. Without doubt, clocks are important things, and our world would be in a pitiful state without them, but there seems to be no excuse for the man who would degrade an invention so highly esteemed by attaching to it a device whose sole purpose is to make people uncomfortable. A good purpose could hardly be expected in such a diaboli- cal machlneg but of course, it does notify a person that a cer- tain predetermlned time has arrived. The inventor was probably an ambitious man who had this purpose in mind. He can't be blam- ed for that, but there is no reason why he should impose his ln- vention on the rest of the world, which is already too keyed up to an intricate schedule. One unforgivable feature of an alarm clock is its durabil- ity and indestructability. While lying there trying to get up enough courage to stick your arm out into the cold long enough to shut off that terrible noise, you think of the innumerable times this clock has been knocked off the stand, fallen down stairs, or been taken apart. -It must be the law that makes mosquitos sturdier and more common than orchids, that protects these husky voiced clocks. Hoyt Clark '44 WHY READING IS A PLEASURE TO ME When I start to read a new book it is like going into a strange and mysterious world. I travel to many countries with my imaginary friends. I learn the customs and characteristics of foreign people and gain a better understanding and love for my fellowmen. I . Each moment brings some exciting event. Many a time have I shared the breathtaking moments in the wilds' of the jungles or on the Great Plains with the early American Indian. To me a good book is like a magnetic force always drawing me to it until I have read it through from cover to cover. ' Dorethea Grindle '45 Hold yourself responsible for a higher standard than anybody else expects of you. Never excuse your- self. Never pity yourself. Be a hard master to yourself -- and be lenient to everybody else. --Beecher "-'J-Q'--'-' QELMAHAQ "-""44""' Q A WINDY DAY A If I were asked what kind of day I liked best, I would say a windy day. It doesn't matter whether it is sunny or cloudy. Sometimes I like cloudy days better. A On these days, when there is a good strong, fairly warm wind, I like to walk around the shore, with the wind blow- ing through my hair and at my clothes. Standing on a beach or dock, sitting on a rock or an old piece of driftwood, I like to watch the boats chugging across the bay, the sea rolling toward the rocks, falling on them and sending spray up into the air, and the gulls gliding lazily along the air currents, while I dream of things that will never happen. Some would think this a waste of time and a lonesome pastime. And I suppose it would be for many people--a lazy, lonesome pastime for lazy people who like to get away from people. Jane Smallidge '45 A NOVEMBER DAY AT MT. DESERT The day is overcast. -It seems almost unbelievable that a cloudy, day could erase colors so completely, As I stand here looking out of my window, remembering how the morning or evening sun seems to cover everything with gold and multiply and intensify its shades, I try in vain to find a speck of color. ' ' Now, the old maple, which in the summer reflected light from its gay leaves, only stretches its lscrawnyygnarled fin- gers toward my window. There certainly is no color in the road, nor on the faded roofs of houses which dot the view. All the evergreens, which fill in the gaps in the landscape, seem to have absored their colors and covered themselves with a ghostly veil which defies the most sensitive artist to name its color. Sensing the gloominess of the day, even the is- lands stretching along the horizon have raised curtains of mist to dull their shapeless outlines. .Q The gray sky reflects itself in the ocean, and forms a hazy canopy over a pastel earth. ' I stand there trying to make the strange green of the trees or the dim rust ,of chim eys seem like color, and fail- ing in this, I strain my eyes to find just a speck of colored paper in the street below, and realize the power of sunshine. n A - Hoyt' clark '44 A FREsHMAN's FIRST DAY aqfreshman'wandered through the hall Q And watched the passing throngg ' Mr. Kelley came to him and said,' A .WNow, where do you belong?n Vwhy I should be in history class, But where does'that class meet?n He showed him the way that he should pass, At last, he found a seat. Mr. Osier came down the aisle ' And said nThat is not your place,W The others had to crack a smile To see his worried face. ' The teacher sent him for his books, At last he found his way, Came back and asked with anxious look, 'What do we have today?n A classmate showed him where to read, He tried quite wise to look, NIH A very bold deceiving deed! ' , And gazed upon his books , The teacher asked him to read, He tried to hide his face, ' 'He scanned the book from left to right ' And said, HI have lost my place.n Now don't let your blood run cold ' When you the bulletin scan M , If you should see this notice bold, ULosc: one wee small freshman,u ' ' ' Katherine Alley '45 y d hromm. PQ, He's just an ordlnaryguy, Soldier, U.B.A.Q,,- He isnlt Over There as.yet But probably will be some day. So he's learning to fight, b jAnd he wants-us to writel , , " So he can come back to a world free and gay, In which will be mixed no clouds of gray. ' He's doing his part, so I say " Let!s.buy a war stamp for him each day. Anita Walls '44 Dear have this boys them --19----- seamless ---44-- -' f l'9.sQ. Diary5 f September 20 We started school today with 81 pupils. We were glad to the boys and girls from Mount Desert High School start school year 'with us. We think-they're a swell- group of and girls, and hope they'll like us as well as we like We have two new' teachersg Miss Fabyan Webber in Mrs. A. Rob1nson's home economic's department, and Mr. Leonard Osier in Mr. A. Black's place as history and science teacher and sub-master. ' y October 28-29 A Two days plus a week-end offl- The teachers go to Bangor for convention so we have a short vacationl . November 5 Certain Cnlman girls are feeling kind of blue today be- cause last year's glamor boy, Jimmie Walls, left for the Cas- tine Maritime Academy. . v November 25-26 Thanksgiving vacation! Two days off! December 15 ' The sen1or's gave a Christmas dance .ton1ght.Q 'learly everyone'turned out and had a good time. 1118.8 coaching of Carlo Ninfi, and managering of had its first game tonight. It was a great 'December 17 ' The fall term closes today, and we have vacation! The newly-formed basket ball a week's Christ- teamc under' the Frazier Peckham, victory for Gil- man over Pemetic High School. ' liii January 2 ' The basketbaD.team returned from Falmouth where they won a hard-earned victory by one point! From what we hear, they all had a swell time, 'especially that nTeetn Carter! f. January' 10 ' The girls are going to have a basket ball team, too.' Miss Greenleaf will be their coach, Frances Iveney their 'Gaptain and Flora Manchester their Manager. Good luck, girlsj February lO n The two teams seem to be doing all right. They both played at Blue Hill tonight, and stopped in at the Somesville dance after. Quite a night, wasn't lt, boys and girls? February 18 D At last, our week's vacation! School'closes today for the mid-winter vacation! I March 19 -, ' The second team tournament was held in Ellsworth this afternoon and evening! We had to keep school this morning then took taxis to the gamesla Our boys played Bar Harbor. It was a good game even if we did lose! The boys wure.rightt1n there fighting. Wait until next year! Ellsworth won the championship cup! March 20 A A certain freshman lad is causing many a girl to sing, nOh, Johnnie.n He seems to be in doubt about whom he likes the best,freshmen, sophomores, or grammar school lassies! .March 21 The basket ball season for both teams was wound up to- night with a big banquet in the High School Home Economic 's room. Miss Webber's sophomore cooks prepared and served the teams and their guests. The coaches, managers, and captains made speeches. Miss Greenleaf was given a cute stuffed rabbit for the team's mascot! Everyone nears good time and plenty to eat. ', April 5 'The cast of the one act play, nJacob Comes Homeu, and Mrs. Herrick, the director, enjoyed a day and evening at Ban- gor. They took part in the Preliminary State Contest which Bangor won. Those going were, Sheila Norwood, Charlene Walls, Mary Ninfi, Gordon Falt, Jr., Walter Allen and Frazier Peckham, Jr. Everyone had a swell time! April 13 The three one act plays, NElmer and the Lovebugu, uJacob Comes Homen, and USparkin", took place tonight at the North- east Harbor Neighborhood Hall under Mrs. Herrick's direction. A large crowd attended, and from what we hear everyone enjoyed the plays. --,9---- Seamus ---4,- May 10 Gordon Falt, Jr. has the German measles!! Wonder where he got them. It certainly cou1dn't have been in Germany. We're all sorry that he will have to miss Junior Speaking. May 19 The annual Junior Speaking Contest was held tonight at the Northeast Harbor Union Church. Nine members of the class took part. They were: Walter Allen, Frazier Peckham, Jr., Nathan Preston, Shirley Reynolds, Charlene Walls, Rebecca Taylor, Mary Ninfi, Stella Smallidge, and Dorethea Grindle. The winners were: First Place, Nathan Preston, Second Place, Charlene Walls. JLU16 4 The Baccalureate Sermon was given this morning by ,Rev. Merton McKendry, at the Union Church at Northeast Harbor. A large number of friends and families of the graduates came. June 8 Graduation! The climax of the high, school years! The twelve seniors went bravely through with it all, then relaxed for a good time at the Ball. Best of everything to them! Charlene Walls '45 ,Q -Q21 Qiiniw ,QQQWQG Qgiiaw 'sg nbias! 453332 eVIQw3 1 Wiz" , 4 ,"' ,V .yn - ,285-f. Efmylwgi 65:6 7' "" . I ,gf '. .J n f W is 'x . 'eff ' .Tfuhf fn ofa: I K ,J ' ff ' Q F l 115. .-l:5"ZZ'fi.f?-ff 1ftr5'Hfvl':'Jf -T55 G7 ,i4'f'Qi5! fd' -s f 221 ,J-1.05-51fQ. mio 55f"'Iiff1' 55.55 ' .ily v U Q QD , z 1 'ff " 4 .f.. .Q 55 3 ogg: QAQM '57 Q A if Sf' of CQ' M' is Q W - , 1 Q.. H la, ,.:: :Mm al, , ., f. .- 1351 ni wa Q. L wwnm -v. ,K .5 g: ,r .Vw ly Q V -. g .i Q,:,,g-,2'--,Qgifm wffgf :H--.fs-fi . ' -gfig,--Q K w -. A. aw - 4.2 Q ' -.,i'., 4' f " .,,, H, 2" W ag ii Agfa .. P V ,au .xy . X . M 'Mr' - Va: fm. ,I 4 , ,,-f f- M 21 ,FEA . , - f. :.x:?. My z 1, '15, .,, .5 . 'Ili Q 1l,,n, r' . ,qw V, aan, ,hr Q. A I -- 19 --- G I L M .N 1-I-A 'J -----... 4, ...- .Z UTHE GILMAN BOHBERH a The Crew Bombadier - Dottie Graves lR.F.D Bombadier 4 Vera Gillis CL.F.D Pilot - Frances Iveney QC.R.D Gunner - Rebecca Taylor CC.G.D Gunner - Dotty Haynes fR.G.J Gunner - Muriel Fernald fL,G.J 'Rescue Sguad Eleanor Walls , Marlon McCrae A Elsie Rolfe ', a Elaine Randall Helena Solari' l 4 A Beverly Carp ' tae. Shirley-Reynolds V , The WGi1man Bombern was raring to go. At length the stormy weather had turned fair, and we were set for our first trial. Our first objective was Sullivan on the Southwest Harbor court. We lost that, battle by a count of 20'to 10. However, we were not daunted, for we felt that on our first day out, we, young novices that 'we were, had much to gain from that experience. Our next encounter on January 21 brought Bucksport swoop- lng down upon us for a killing. They got surprised, and confi- dentially so did we, for when the fray was over, we found the rip and tuck battle had ended 20 all, ' z Our next mission was at Winter Harbor. What a night! It snowed almost up to the telephone poles, .and one on our squad came down with the flu. Despite all our handicaps on this trip, we flew home with another tie, 18 - 18. - ' Again on February 4 we warmed up our bomber and set out to drop our load on our objective -- Bucksport. We found exceed- ingly- good fighter opposition there as the score of 27 to 13 for Bucksport readily shows. On this trip, gunner Taylor got off her course, and being very discouraged parachuted out. Bnsthanks to Pilot Iveney we reached the home base safely, coming -ln Q-nn -al, !lHS.?HQ.2 ESEXSZ' . On our next two missions luck was with us. At Ellsworth we shot down 18 of their planes to our loss of ll. At Blue Hill in out next assignment we finally rallied with a margin.of 10 points KCFNTINTJQED RAIDS or THE UGILMAN Bo1vfBER"y The next encountergat Sull1van,was certainly a tough one. Our faithful pilot, Captain Iveney, and one of the bombardiers, Dot Graves, made several direct hits on enemy territory. This hard fought battle resulted in a defeat for the nG11man Bombern bv a score of 18 to 15. A On March 3 we had a surprise attack from the Ellsworth Lassies that set us back to the tune of-14 to 15. These two defeats set us going. Having the white collar job of manager,'Mugg1nsW Manchester did a bit of scouting and found that Winter Harbor and Blue Hill were planning to invade us on March 8 and 10 respectively. We planned and effectively set up our antiaircraft fire against them, chalking up a count of 19 to 5 over Winter Harbor and 27 to B from Blue Hill. While we were sweating blood and tears over'our targets, our training instructor, Coach Greenleaf, sat hoping and praying in the bomb shelter. March 21, 1944 was the highlight of the basket ball season when Miss Webber and her sophomore class volunteered their ser- vices as cooks for a boys' and girls' basket ball banquet. We take off our hats to Frank Stanley and Maurice Burr who fur- nished the ham. Many thanks to all who contributed toward a very successfullbanquets In behalf of the girls' basket ball team, I should like to take this opportunity to again thank Coach Greenleaf for all the time she has spent with us and for all the patience she has displayed in dealing with us. We also wish to extend our thanks to referee Coombs for his many services contributed during the the season. Those receiving letters wereg Frances Iveney Rebecca Taylor D0ttie Graves Muriel Fernald Vera Billie ' Dotty Haw-.es Eleanor Walls Flora Msrchester Captain Frances Iveney was winner of the foul shooting con- contest were: test and received a gold basket ball charm. The averages of the Frances Iveney 2.5 Elsie Rolfe 2.0 Vera Gillie 2.2 Shirley Reynolds 2.0 Eleanor Walls 232 pottie Graves 1,7 Flora Manchester '44 w -55 lyS5gJa?fi5EE5Q1l G9,5gEf'm .0 . Bl . ,,. x ' BOYS' BASKET BALL After a year's absence from basket ball, tnlman High came back to the great schoolboy sport only, however, through the efforts of those boys who were interested enough to' go to the School Board and persuade them to have a team. But, difficul- ties produced- themselves. The first' thing, where were they to get the money, who would be the coach, and would those in auth- ority approve of it? This, however, did not stop the boys in the least. ' They found that Carlo Ninfi would take on the job of coaching, and thanks to his unselfish and untiring work the team was able to be somewhat of a success. They also succeeded in influencing the School Board and Neighborhood House Board to let them have a sum of money and to grant to them the privileges of using the gymnasium. It was very late in the season when the Gilman squad finally started practicing but that did not daunt them. They worked hard and their efforts were awarded by winning the first game of the season which was played with Southwest Harbor 51-20. After win- ning this game they entered the following games with high hopes and enthuisiastic spirit but as the record shows they were de- feated in the greater part of the games. We had played a few games at the beginning of the season when the former principal of Mount Desert High School, Mr. Rolf Motz, informed us that we had been invited to play the Falmouth Team with all the expenses of the trip paid. We were received with great hospitality and friendliness. After giving us a ban- quet we played them and won by a narrow margin of 25-24. It was a swell trip and a great experience for the boys.t After this game we regretted very much to see Scoop Grindle and Bob Seavey, two of the first five, leave for the service. The line-up had to be changed now with the starting five being John' Smallidge, Buddy Brown, Richard Merchant, Eddie Brown, and a toss-up between Everett Carter, and Walter Allen. The three high scorers of the season were as follows: John Smallidge 172 U Buddy Brown 157 Richard Merchant 60 The second team got in their share of the games with attir- ly successful season. ' Although the team did not win as many games as might have been expected, I believe that they did .their best, which is all anyone could do under the circumstances. We all hope that next year will be a more prosperous and successful season. We also want to express our sincere appreciation for .the services rendered to us by Harold Coombs and Manchester Brothers Garage. Frazier Peckham, Jr. '45 December v . January February March , . 1 - ' , W BOYS' BASKET BALL SCHEDULE ' 'GILNlN.gIGHfSCHOOL ,W 1943's 1944. Pemetic Q Northeast .V wx. .K Bar Herbor-Q Bar Harbor-Q Blue H111 'Q Blue H111 Falmouth Q Falmouth " Ellsworth Q Northeast Blue H111 Q Northeast Pemetic Q Southwest Harbor Bar Harbor Q Southwest Harbor Bucksport Q Northeast Winter Harbor Q Winter Harbor Brewer Q Brewer 4 Bucksport Q Bucksporti Ellsworth Q Ellsworth Blue H111 Q Blue H111 , Pemetic Q Southwest Harbor Alumni Q Northeast ' Alumni Q Northeast Winter Harbor Q Northeast THEY 2e 45 21 25 56 24 22 41 38 20 51 33 56 26 28 17 24 ll X ffggfgiifx. .XX jig: 1 X Q? if ,gui .. 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Olsen, who as nFannie Belleu was a whiz, Pvt., that which Scoop now is. k Quiet, which Musetti seems to Richard a short, small guy is he. beg nSisN, with her a coach rates high, D Theodora, who for Andy Davis gives a sigh. Uncivilized, that title Rabbit does rate, Vera, who,thinks.Bangor is great. , Winnie, who's now the Army's guest, Xmas, the vacation we like best. Yodel, which Grace is apt to dog Zero, at Gilman you see few. Put them all together f-, -All the way from A to Q., They spell Gilman'High School, The best there is you'll agree. Frances Iveney '44 y y NO ROMANCJQ So you met your wife at a dance? Wasn't that romantic?u asked Carlo. ' uNo, embarrassing as the dickens,n replied Harold. UI thought she was home taking care of the'kids.U 1': v 4 w u ' e NATURAL uzsromc v Hr. Osier: uEddie Brown, what animal is most noted for its fur?n , , - Eddie: nTh' skunk: th' more fur you gits away from him th' better it is fur you.u . u 'N--X--25 Mr. Kelley: HI would like to have my mustache dyed.n Barber: 'Did you bring it with you?'- 4 4 4 - MEETING ' A young couple, very much in love but' rather temperamental, worked in the same to.ol plant. One day the fellow got caught in one of those revolving machines and whirled through the air as it went around. Sheila rushed over, switched the thing off and grabbed him in her arms as he fell to the floor. nOh, George,n she begged, uspeak to me In , . George looked up groggily. Uwhy should I?u he asked. UI passed you six times, and you never spoke to .ne." as -me -u- nAl1 extremely bright men are conceited.n , Walter Allen shrugged gracefully, nOh, I don't know: I'm not.n - 4 e w ' V ' . Nr. Kelley: -Wwhat-do-they call baby cats in Irelandiu Miss Webber: NI did know, but I'yehforgotten.u Mr. Kelley: uK1ttens.n ' 1' - 34 N' 4 ' A Buddy: NI can't eat this soup,n f Waiter: nSorry, sir, I'l1 call the manager.U Buddy: nHr. Manager, I can't eat this soup .H Manager:nI'll call the chef.n A Buddy: nnr. Chef,'1 canlt eat this soup.U Chef: HWhat's wrong with it? , ' Buddy: NNothing. I haven't got a spoon.U E 2 H Q' E l 2 E UIDA, SMELT AS APrLE CIDLRN -- Nathan Preston nRED SAILS IN THE SUNSETN NHERE COMES THE NAVYN -- Dotty xaoxenzle nYOU'LL NEVER KNOWN -- Muriel carter "HON3:Y :ml lll' LCV5 WITH YOU" -- mary Nlnfl USOMSSODT ELSE HAS TAKEN MY PLAGEH -- vera Glllle HI ONLY LANT A ggggg NOT A SUELTHEARTU -- Rebocca Taylor HBLUES IN TNS NTTHH -- Jane Smallldge UIN MY ARMSH -- Theodora Reed nCAN'T GET OEORGEc1a7 OFF MY HINDN -- Sheila Norwood H16 KIDS CALL ME PAH -- Richard Merchant ' UWHY DON'T YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ME?n -- Flora Manchester 8 -- Dottie Graves nTHEY'RE EITHER TOO YOUNG OR TOO OLDN -- Frances Iveney MSHOULD OLD AQUAINTANCE BE FORGOTN -- uSisn Shurman nIT'S ALWAYS YOUU -- Buddy Brown NMY HSART TELLS MSU -- Mary mueeunl "THIS IS A LOVELY HAY TO SPEND AN EVENING" -- Eddie Brown UNO LOVE, NO NOTHINGU -- Gordon Falt NTHANKS FOR THE NLMORISSH -- Scoop Orlndle NI'H IN THE ARMY NOWN -- Hoyt Clark "LOST" -- Anita Wal-ls ' ULAZY SONLSH -- Mary Olsen nCAN'T GET OUT OF THIS MOODU -- Shirley Reynolds HPBOPLE HILL -'A, SAY hE'RE IN LOVEH -- Walter Allen nI'LL LAIT FOR'YOUH Q- Muriel Fernald uLJT'S RLHLMBER QEAQL HARBORH -- Snoohle Walls "THIS IS 'HIE ARMY" -- Win Joy 75X- f Q' A. 0 Whaley 7 W, vafeafwy Mr. and Mrs. Carl E, Kelley have been receiving congratula tions on three kittens, which were born to their cat, Rosebud , on the morning of March 51 at 1:45 A.M. They have received many cards like the one above to which ROSEBUD SAYS, HTHANK YOUR, , . ROSEBUD thanks you, gentle friends, For every kindly thought That you've expressed in cards you' Although she answers not. For HObEBUD'S busy day and night-- Three kittens at her breast f Sap all her energy, kind friends-- These sucklings work with zest She quite appreciative is Of every thoughtful wordg She loves your cards, she loves her But -- how she'd love a bird!! The Kelleys ve sent, babes, --19---- aimless --44-- RULES AND REGULATIONS OF HOUR BOARDING HOUSEU Hotel Paradise. Board, fifty cents a square foot. Breakfast at 5, dinner at 6, supper at 7. thests are requested not to speak to the dumb waiter. Guests wishing to rise early in the morning can have either self- rising flour or yeast for suppera Not responsible for diamonds, bicycles or store teeth left under the pillow. They can be placed and are safer in the ice box The Hotel is handy to the morgue and all cemeteries. Hearses to hire 25ga' a day. - s If you like to see good jumping, lift the mattress and see the bed spring, or you can raise a window and see a horse fly. If your lamp goes out and you want a light, take a feather out of the pillowg that is light enough. Should you find part of a dog collar in your sausage, kindly re- turn it to the proprietor. Don't be worried about your board bill, the Hotel is supported by its foundation. If you are thirsty and want a drink, you will find a spring in the bed. The Hotel is not haunted although the paper hanger hung a border. There will be a dog fight and a murder for the entertainment of the guests every Saturday night. If you wish to practice baseball, you will find a pitcher on the stand. Guests are requested not to eat soup with a fork. If the room is too warm, open the window and see the fire escape. A man resting in Greenwood Cemetery says he would like to stop again with us. As there is no clock in the room, you can hear the bed tick. , ' Anonymous What would happen if -- A 1 Theodora was a Alder instead'of a Reed? Frances was a lynx instead of a Jinx? Miss Greenleaf was a red leaf instead of,a Greenleaf? Dorothea was a spindle instead of a Grindle? Kay was a street instead of an Alley? Vera was silly instead of a Gillie? Snookie was floors instead of Walls? Rebecca was a cobbler instead of a Taylor? Stella was a large edge insteadvof a Smallidge? Gordon was right instead of Falt? Edward was a doe instead of a Buckflinli Mrsa Herrick was a derrick instead of a Herrick? Bobby was a nail instead of a Hamer? Nate was a long ton instead of .'a, a Preston? w l Rabbit was sorrow instead of Joy? , Dorothy was straw instead of Hayinesl? Jean was a lawyer instead of a Merchant? Marlon was a chair instead of,a StoveQrJ? Beverly was a train instead of a Carr? Mary was a young son instead of an Olsen? d SWINDLE SHEET, In Atlanta it was Mabel, a In Mobile her name was A , Fld. ,Cincinnati it was Dolly, Betty Jane in Buffalo. 1h sid Phillyyiz was Mary, Down in Tampa it was Jean. i Bat on his week's expenses sheet It was NMeals and Gasoline.N 3 . an an n l THE' soot OLD DAYS p Here's to the ship's of our Navy, y Here's to the girls of our andg May the former be always well-rigged. And the latter always well-manned. --,9---- slsmlsls ---44-- , . S mars' ABOUT GILMAN' HIGH Organized--1906 Named--In honor of Dr. Daniel Coit Gilman, distinguished president of John Hopkins University, and a highly respected and well- loved former resident of Northeast Harbor. School Colors--Navy blue and white. Classiflcation--Classified as WAN by the State Educational Depart- ment. . . 1 Courses--College Preparatory, including English, World History, Algebra, General Mathematics, Plane Geometry, French, Civics, Science, Aviation Mathmetics, United States History, Physics, Fundamentals of Machines, Chemistry. Industrial Arts, including English, World History, General Mathe- matics, Manual Training, Home Economics, Business Arithmetic, General Science, United States History, Bookkeeping, Typing, Shorthand, Civics. School Officials School Board: Charles K. Savage, G. Merrill Haskell, John Manchester. Superintendent of Schools: Ivan E. Adams Faculty: I Carl E. Kelley, Principal: Science, Mathemathics Leonard Osier, Submasteri Social Science, French, Mathematicsa ' Grace Fbx Herrick, English, Algebra Florence E. Greenleaf, Commercial Fabyan Webber, Home Economics Roy Salisbury, Manual Training Rev. Merton MacKendry, Religious Education Extra-Curricular Activities--Basket Ball, Public Speaking, Dramatics, Yearbook. V V The following article is reprinted by special request of E. L. McManus, manager of the Social Security Board at Bangor. .YOUR QOCIAL SECURITY CARD f . .. , .f 4 - - 1 . , WHEN TO GET IT , Get a social security card onl if you go to work on a job that is covered by.the Social Scour ty Act--a job for a store, office, factory, hotel, filling station, telephone company, or other business or industry. Donlt get a card if you go to work on a farm, in a.pr1vaue-hsms,'Ih any nonprofit religious, chars itable, or educational organization, or for the city, county, State, or Federal Government. Such jobs are not covered by the Social Security Act, and a social security card will be of no use to you in such employment. ' . WHERE TO GET IT 4 You can get your social security card at any field .office of the Social Security Board. Your school, your employer, or your post office will tell you where the field office is. WHAT TO DO WITH IT Your social security card has your number on itg no other person's card has the same number. 'Peport your number to your employer, to every employer, part time or full-time, provided it is a job covered by the.act.' Your employer .must put your number beside your name when he makes his report to the Govern- ment showing your wages and social security premiums. WHY HOLD ON TO IT . . The number on your card identifies your social security account. You will need it whenever you take a job that is cov- ered by the act. .You will need it-when you file a claim for monthly payments.' S2 keeE'lt safe. To make doubly sure, take off the lower half, or stu , and put it in some place where you can always find it. If you should lose your card, take or send the stub to the field office and get a duplicate card. Don't get a number. Make sure you get the same number. One card, 011.6 number--for a lifetime! 19 MARIE BILLINGS :nu--1-1. G I L N A V A C -'-- 44 5223221 E-Pb Secretary, New York BETTE DONNELL Har Harbor, INEZ FSVNELLY CLASS OF 1941 Me., Married Caroll Douglas South West Harbor, Me., Married BETTE GRAVES Secretary to the State Police Department 'EDWARD GRINDLE U.S. Army Air Corps JULIA HOLMES Northeast ROGLR LELAND U.S. Army ELSIE LILJEHOLM XNew Hampshire JENNIE MANSON University of GEORGIA KORWOOD Bangor, Me. RAYMOND SAUNDERS Poston, Mass. ROICE SAUNDERS Uass Army Harbor, Me., Married John Naines Maine LAWRENCE SEAVEY Northeast Harbor, Mes CONSTANCE SPRAGUE Portland, Me. GEORGE WOOD U.S. Army TERESA McGARR Married Frederi MARY WILCOX Waves, Maryland CAROLXN NESCOTT Connecticut ck Grindle RICHARD BILLINGS CLASS OF 1942 U.S. Army Air Corps BARBARA CASEY Portland, MS. MEREDETH CCSTON Seal Harbor, Me., GJRDON DYMENT 'U.S. Marine Corps DOROTHY FOSTER Northeast Harbor, ROSALEE JOY ' Married Merrill Smith Me., Married Lawrence Seavey McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass, JUANITA LYNCH Hartford, Conn. VIRGINIA MacKENZIE' Simmons College, BETH MANCHESTER Portland, Me. LORRAINE MANCHESTER Texas, Married He MERLE MEADER U QS u Army EMILY PHILLIPS Boston, Mass. Pb 8 Pt Tho U18 S JUANITA REED Waves, Northampton, Mass. SHEILA REED - Gorham Normal School Northeast Harbor, Me., Married RICHARD smmmxuu: ' U-S. Marines DORCUS SMALLIDGE A Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. BETTE SUHINSBY ' Eastern Maine Gen. Hosp., Bangor JACK WALLACE . U.S. Army HARVEY WALLS Otter Creek ---- Q11L.azw.faQ----- CLASS OF 1943 BETTE BEALE Portland, Me. RACHEL BLAISDELL Bar Harbor, 'Men MADELINE BUCKLIN ' Northeast Harbor, Me HAROLD HUSTON U.S. Marine Corps CLIFFORD MANCHESTER U.S. Army Air Corps JACK McNULTY U.S. Army ROBERT RUMILL UQSU Navy HESTER SIAVEY Northeast Harbor, Me JAMES WALLS Maritime Academy VERLIE WALLS Northeast Harbor, Me RALPH WRIGHT U as o AI'm.'y HAROLD YOUNGHANS U.S. Army ALJLIML a-Q-a-s.- Class of 1941 LOIS ALLEN General Electric Co., Schenectady, N.Y. AUSTIN CONARY " U.S. Army CLARENCE DICKEY U.S. Navy EMILY DICKEY Married, Hartford, Conn. HOWARD MERCHANT Married, Hall Quarry, Me. GEORGE ROBINSON U.S. Army ELIZABETH SANBORN Married, Portland, Me. LEROY SMITH Bath Iron Works, Wiscasset, Me. THEODORE TOZIER U.S. Navy Class of 1942 VIRGINIA BABBIDGE GEORGE PARKER Married, Portland, Me. Merchant Marine, New York REABINA HARKINS PAULINE RICHARDSON Hall Quarry, Me. Married, Auburn, Me. GEORGE LANPHER HAROLD SMITH U.S. Army Air Corps, Texas RUTH LATTY HERBERT YOUNG Employed at WABI, Bangor, Me. Defense Work, Somes Sound Class QE 1945 MARJORIE BLANCHARD Nurses Cadet Corps BARBARA LANPHER Dow Field, Bangor, Me. DONALD MERCHANT Portland, Me., Defense Work A a. fu -my rf". A ff? KM if' 'TZ . 2 5 Q E S. H


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