Gilman High School - Gilmanac Yearbook (Northeast Harbor, ME)

 - Class of 1947

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'I Y I f r'y, 'G- In LOV1Hg Memory of HUGH DAVID SNALLIDGE The Class of 1947 hereby dedlcates thls lssue of the Gilmanac KQBJL qoaoq N qoao H C-40 99 CD CD IDC? CD SD H: W+s mm Q m A I-'OSD P-'O CD Du O V bd H D JJBQ 93 SUI S H-:JON .LI VH uopa OSH IS HJVLS SVN I ' --Y .znmt-up-uuwffff-c - f fr '- 'f""""n" V .-- ,D YY, k, 9 QLM A ,N ,ff Q '57 "7 53-ijofq xj L7 Vlgzj rf! Editors-313-Chief ""'4 Dorothy Haynes Muriel Fernald , a Business Managers 0 Helena Solari George Tracy P Art Editors s Beverly Carr 7 'L 1 Steve Wood Photoaraohy Editor John Smallidge Excnanfe Editors Clorla Reed Norma Gonz les Alumni Vditor H11tOD Crocler Joke Editors Edna d Brown James 1cGarr Boys' Soort Edltor Jane Grant G rls' Snort Eoltor arion I cCr e Od s 8 E ds Dorothy Gr ves delen lraoy Faculty Aovlsor Flo erce G ee leaf Eists Dorothy Haynes Dorotnj Graves helena Solarl Murlel Fernald 3 ....1....-..-L.. -1------- b.. . .- C4 L . 4-J Q wx ' I 4 lvvrrb 1 'K W ' o 1 ' Q Ji i ,J A 'S 4 .- " - A- YY A Q , 4 44: M Xa a d Q D . - gl . 1 m X ........... .....-...-.. - I' A l""l'1 J Tv x .N , X 3 G . DW 7 -f- V A,-Ml --Y - I ,f Xtra ' Q41 f".xr1 , v , ,, ' f ' . X. .. l -. 'X " XX 1' ,I fl W xnxx ,X .N GM XMX X Nl X W1 XX I, , AXXX Nm .'xXxQ.- xx-XX V w.qXs 1 ' .. . . l 7 1 .X , Inf 11" l-nL2-l .sam -f L ff G -f miLf -xr EDITQRHXLS jx elk THE TILL INGREDI NT In these days of turmoil f displaced persons of the 'nest world warn talk, if the U N and all the other important questlons whlch have to be de clded upon lf we as peaceful CitlZGUS are QOIDO to llve ln thls world together, the most lngredient the tblng must achleve lf we're live to ether on thls CO OPERATIOI essential that we going to earth, is but it 1sn't thlng which To most of wqlch ha for us Ls 1 b1 word, half as big as thls we must accompllsh us it's gust a word meanin but not ooeration , mu start here in our ovn vllla And want n op,ortun1ty we lava to start here, forourveryschool ltself could not SX1St lf we dldH7t et alono wlth eacu otler because there are so aany vll lafe represented ln our school we are to obtaln co an lnternatlonal sc mhe flrst magor iactox 1D oo talnln t1lS essentlal lS the aoollshlng ofpersonal Je8lOUS1SS preyudlce and local sentlment In lace ci those vuamust acqu re a f66l1DQ of pulllng togetherand worllhg for the school not for the good of ourselves basketball team 1S to win 1 mu t h ve teamwork If a sc1ool lS to have the rlpht spirit, real sc1ool splrlt, then lt too must have team work. In our school today there seems to be a wahlng of this chool SQ1Plt Thln s are con fwsed Our princlpal 1SU't in formed of 8CtlV4tlGS, and mo t of tle t1lS no one knovs what 13 Lolho on Of course we are hand lcapped by rot h3V1DU a room xhere we can all Det to ether easlly wxere such announcements can be mane But I xonder if we did lave such a place would we still know what is going on? lhere 15 confllct between Lirls' and boys' b sketball teams low ever one milestone has been reacleo lhere lS little con fllct nowadays bet ee students school see s to be afraid to b anch out and do t s f ferent from tle IG ular rout ne untll 1t's now ir the orovorblal rut Just w1o lS at faultfor tnese thlngs I don'tknow whether lt lS tne students w1o are to blame or someone ll her one the for the the But mere lS ho lno that when buildlno 1S ready w l oe r bl 1 school Splflt ln us a l LH studelts tne faculty, and towr neo le SU1Tlt of to tnlng I 'm new sc1ool use, there Oetherness an acsmlrlna of an assent al lHgFGdl61t co opera tlon ln vh ch everyome involved works together and not a ainst eacn other mhen may the name of Gilman Iigl Qchool be onthe lips of everyone as the school where everyoody co-operates MURIEL FERZALD '47 vm ' , , J N J .,,,. -,iv rz ,f,. 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The matter of a new school building for the Town of Mount Desert is a subject foremost ln the mlnds of us all these days Whether it is to be a nex Gilman or to oe called by some other name that some mi ht tnln' would that comes to my mind at the mo ment Nest people takeJt.for Orant ed that the new school vill be called nGllm8H' but there are a few who thlnk the name should be chanoed to Mount Desert Hlfh School There 1S the argument that Dr Gllman, the sponsor of our present scnool bulldln i not responsible for our new school ouilolno Blt after all everyone nas known our school a Gllman for the past forty tw years and don't you a ree xith me that Just oecause we are mov lng into a different bUi1Q1H5 is no reason to chan e its name? It 1sn't the building that makes the chool,but the Snlflt of the people who have upheld the tra ditlols for whlch the lHStltu tior tends Those people will be the same when the change is made Ten years from now when some one inquires as to what school I graduated Iron, I don't want to have to tell them that I gradu- xX?Y ated from a school that is no longer in existence I want to b able to s y UGilman High school' with prlde in my voice A creat many oattles have been fought in t1e line f sports to upmold the name of Gilman It vill be a czallence for the tcaxs of the future to Gilman students have bailt up Gllman Wigh School recalls to my mind four years of pleasant comradcs1lp,lastinc frlcnosrips, and four years of workln and havln fun to other It 1 much more than a bulldin tuat ma'cs a school Lon live Fllxa Hich School' DOROTHY HAYLVS '47 v 4 H i i f .Z ,, , , 7 V K 1 6 L ' ' ' ' W ' l -i ,QT -I F-.M h V V Y f If f -' --s - ' '- 1 f , M d M , 7 f 'ann k 1 V N- -7- - A , f-' 1 1 7- W , Y Y V V Y Y Y , A Ps! I ,, , , . 'na H iv V V'- V 4 . ' 1 e a c l ' ' . H A , ' - ' . f. 1 I o rj - Y ' U L' . J 1 O S 2: I ,. - fa smell as sweet is the thought live up to the high honors that u ' FT ' -i I I - I .1 ,1 1 I fp . 4 - A p l -, Q , B , 5 U , L xg 1 . ' ' . n fu S 1 L 5' -1- . X Cb .5 I l M -f . h - . . 3 , J 2 m - g W " S 5: S , 'A A. ' mfg T 1 ' f- 1 ' 9 I f 1 - s ll -., u - O Q . Q ' 5 V ' . 1 ' -1' I J 3 . . S L ,.' - I ' A v ' 4 . S ' n Y .L I nf' XXX JM AX A 51 5' 23 5 2 ff 1 ,fl - . gl ,Y :Q lba Z , 23 lffiilii-a H 3 N S N! J f F' CLJOS LOTTO 'Tonlght e Launc re Do We nchor CLASS FLOVVR CLASS COLGRS Nhlte Carnation Wlne and Qllver CLASS OD Melody Sweetheart of Slgra Chl Dear Gilman High will always be Foremost ln my memory Each d y spent there xlll forever llve Where others have ceased to be The blue and whlte are her colors true A symbol of loyalty, And there always 11ll be, Just a fond memory, farewell to you, old Gilm r Hlgh, We Old our ford leu Of all the schools 1U the unlverse lhere's none o co pare Wlth you, Wlth a te r ln our eye JG ble good bye LO tee teachers e love so fell As the years come and go, we Just nt you to lnow That we'll mlss you, Old Gllman Figh BARBARA L ACH '47 in I ........-., Y ' ' , 'v , I 1 W h, Hhe I A HA ' . ............. ............. . . 1. U. I . E ' : . Y A. X - 1 - ' ' 1 - S at Vvvr ' ' , 1 S 1 . I V ' ' Of our school days at Gilman High. .. 2 .. ' .a. ' F "F . ad' 1, L L A Q 4 F , ' t m ' ' 7 ' - 3 ' 1 , If ' 7' ,. n 1 W ,v , A : Xffcfl I 1 ' v ' ' A A ' T' .LJ EDWARD FREEMAN BROWN COLLEGE PREPARATORY nEddie, the wolf of our class Ma es a hit with every lass Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 5,4 Band l, 2, Joke Editor of Gilmanac 4 BEVERLY ELAINE CARR COMMERCIAL 'Beverly a telephone operator 13 s e wonder if she ever keeps open the key' Glee Club l, 2, 5, Basketball l 2 Cheerleader 3 Editor of Gilmanac 4 MILTON EATON CROCKER, JR INDUSTRIAL ARTS 'As a Senior Milton has quieted down when a Freshman he sure went to town Stage Manager of' Senior Play 4 Alumni Editor of Gilmanac 4 CLIFTON ERNEST DAMON GENERAL Nwe're all fond of Cliffie, who is a vet For helping win the war, we're proud of him yet Basketball l,2, Bowllng l, 2, Ping Pong 2, Band l 2, Glee Club 2 Student Council 2 k .ll ' 3 I , ' h We .N Shorthand Penmanship Award 5, Senibr Play 4, Art I But .N 3 .ll 0 ' a 0 , O S . MURIEL MAUDE FERNALD COMMERCIAL nMuriel, Valedictorian of our class Fame and fortune to this lass.N Basketball l, 2, 5, 43 Basketball Captain 23 Mana- ger Bowling Team 43 Gilmanac Sports Editor 23 Na- tional Honor Society 53 Class Secretary 23 Vice Presicent53'Treasurer 43 Librarian 53 Glee Club 13 Senior Play43 Captain Magazine Drive 43 Decoration Committee for Senior Dance 3,42 School Bookkeeping 53 Co-Editor-in-Chief of Gilmanac43 Valedictorian. IORMA LOUISE GONZALES INDUSTRIAL ARTS 'Norma who is a happy go lucky gal To everyone, she is a good pal Glee Club l, 2, 5 Gilmanac 4 brarian 5 Exchange Editor of JAMES WALTER GRANT COLLEGE PREPARATORY nJim 1e who is a friend to all s a ' hamp at basketball Basketball l, 2, 5,4 Baseball l, 2, 5, 4 Band l Student Council l Glee Club l Class President Vice President4 Sports Editor of Gilmanac 4 Sen ior Play l, 2, 5,4, Vice President Student Council 4 National Honor Society 4 Class Prophecy DOROTHY LOUISE GRAVES COMMERCIAL 'For cheering and Basketball Dottie is the one She loves to dance and is a lot of fun Basketball l,2, 5,4 Cheerleader 5, 4, Head Cheer leader 5, Foul Shooting Contest 2, Glee Club l, 2 Junior Speaking 5 Class Treasurer 5, lst Prize Magazine Drive 4, Senior Play 4, Odds and Ends of Gilmanac 4 9- ' 1 mmf V79 DOROTHY HAYNES COMMERCIAL 'Dottle our Salutatorian of Forty Sev lnks that Sterl is really heaven Basketball l 2, 5,4 Basketball Captain 5, 4 Foul Shooting Contest 2, Glee Club l 2, Band l, 2, 3, Class President 5 Class Secretary 1, 4, Student Council 2 Secretary Student Council 4 Junior Speaking5 General Manager Magazine Drive 4, Busi ness Committee for Senior Dance 4, Senior Play l, 4, School Bookkeepin 3 4 Co Editor in Chief of BARBARA ELLEN LEACH INDUSTRIAL ARTS nA June brlde Barbara will be Best of luck to both she and he Glee Club 1, 2 5 Librarian 5, Senior Play and Stage Manager 4 Literary Editor of Gilmanac 4 MARION ELIZABETH McCRAE COLLEGE PREPARATORY 'Marion as a student is very since e wlsh her lots of luck in her nurslng career Basketball l, 2 Girls' Basketball Manager 4 Glee Club l 5 Junior Speaking 5 Senior Play 4, Dec oration Committee Christmas Dance 4, Girls' Sports Editor of' Gilmanac 4 National Honor Society 43 Honor Essay JAMES EDWARD MCGARR GENERAL nJim who hails from Otter Creek Is said to be quite a sheik H Joke Editor of Gilmanac 4. ' ' - en Th' .N , I s s . , . . 3 . . I 3 3 ' ' ' S , 3 ' - ' Gilmanac 43 National Honor Society4g Salutatorian. in , 3 ' g . ' re W ' ' .ll 3 3 2 3 3 ' ' 3 . MARY LOUISE PARKER COLLEGE PREPARATORY 'Gettlng marrled is Mary's deli e talks about this from morning 'tll nlght Glee Club l, 2, Librarian 2 Student Council Basketball 5, 4 Senior Play 4, Llterary Editor of Gllmanac 4 ELWOOD BURNHAM REED, JR GENERAL 'As a veteran Elkie came back to soho Glee Club l, 2 Bowling 2, 5 GLORIA CONSTANCE REED GENERAL 'If in nursing Gloria doesn't get to work on t She'll have to clean the floors and all the dirty grime Glee Clubl, 2, Exchange Editor of Gilmanac 4 ROBERT EDWARD SEAVEY GENERAL NBob lS a tall, dark, handsome a teasing the glrls lS his latest fad W Basketball l,2, 5, Baseball l, 2, 5, Bowling l, 2 Ping Pong 2, Band l, 2 Glee Club 2, Student Coun oil 2 ' ' ' ght Sh ' ' . " ' s . 5: 0 3 . ' ol To obey for another year the Golden Rule.n 3 . ' ime ' U . I1 ' I l d And ' ' . . . 9 . 3 . , JOHN NATHAN SMALLIDGE INDUSTRIAL ARTS nBasketball is Johnny's fam He seldom misses a basket at any game n Basketball l, 2, 5, 4 Co Captain2, 4 Baseball l, 2,5, 4 Class Vice President l, 2, Class President 4 Student Council 5 Class Marshall l, 2, 5 Band l Bowling 2, Foul Shooting Award 2 5 4 Senior Play l, 4, Boys' Sports Editor 5 Student Council President 4 Senior Dance Clean Up Committee 4 Photography Editor 4 HELENA MARGARET SOLARI INDUSTRIAL ARTS 'Helena who is center on the 'Hornets' team ems to be usually on the beam Basketball 1, 2, 5 4 Sports Editor Gilmanac 5 Glee Club l, Junior Speaking 5 Decoration Commit tee Senior Dance 5, 4 President Girls' Athletic entation of Gifts GEORGE THOMPSON TRACY GENERAL 'George is one who can't be bea 'll always usher you to your seat ' Morse High School Baseball l, 5, Physical Education 2 5 Wrestling 5 Play l Assembly 5, Glee Club 5 Gilman High School Baseball 4, Basketball Usher 4 Presentation of Gifts HELEN EUGENIA TRACY GENERAL nHelen who is both Willie's Joy and dellgh ill try to be a nurse with all her might U Morse High School Physical Education l 2, 5, President Girls' Ath letlc Assoc1ation2 Latin Club 2, 5, Dramatic Club l 2 Mentor Staff 2, Assembly 5 Mohiba l Gilman Hlgh School Basketball 4, Odds and Ends of Gilmanac 4 e 3 ' 3 s . 3 3 S 3 . D I ' S S ' 3 I . Se .N , 3 3 . 3 , 3 Association43 Business Manager of Gilmanac4g Pres- ' ' t He .' ' , 3 3 3 ' ' 9 3 ' . . t W . , . - 3 . Q 3 ' Q ' LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the Class of 1947 of the school of Gilman, Northeast Har bor Town of Mount Desert County of Hancocl, and State of Maine being of legal age and sound minds and memory, do make, publish and declare thls our Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking and annulling any and all Wills by us heretofore made We bequeath to he will be as proud We bequeath to hope that they will we bequeath to which he drlves his David Smith Eddie Brown's wavy hair, and hope of it as Eddie is Miles Grindle, Jimmy Grant's big feet in the help him to stay on or off the floor Frank Jordan, Jimmey McGarr's careful manner in car, and trust he will keeo out of trouble Jimmey has managed to do We beque th that she can use We bequeath that she will be as Dotty did We beque th to Flora McGaven, Dottie Graves's flgure, hoping it to good advantage as Dottie has done to Edna Dickey, Dotty Haynes's quiet laugh knowing able to keen her oresence a ecret if she uses it to Dot Tracy Mary Par1er's technique of rolling her eyes t Ir Carter s we know Pr Carter will be lonesome next ye r without anyone rolling her eyes at him We bequeath to Lorlng Somes, Ellie 1eed's line to the girls, but bet that he can't fool s many girls as Elkie h s We bequeath to Steve Wood Helen sol ri's tecrnlque to jerk sod s but hope that he will not be such a Jerk as Helena is bequeath to Paul Pichardson, John Sm ll1dge's large assort ment of lng the colorful bow tles, as we know they wlll ald h1m in attract eye of many glrls s they have Johnny bequeath to Ramona Snr gue B rbara Leach's am itions togpt to Buc's9ort, for after graduatlon Barbara will no longer need such an ambltlon We bequeath to Kenneth Abbott, Cliff D mon's halr tonic, and directlons on Ulow to Make Your Hair Wave,' hoping that he willlrwe more luck in the future We bequeath to Barbara McCrae, Marlon IcCrae's little under cl ssman nd hope she will treat h1m better than Marlon h s We bequeath to Tysle H6FTlC', Bob Seavey's taxi servlce, and hone he gets the oooortunity to taxi as many women as Bob has We bequeath to D v1d Billlngs, George Tracv's abllity to crack corny Jokes, kHOWlng 1f he keeos at lt he is bound to get a laugh . , i .- , .. , I ' V 7 ' 9 . 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J ' 1 THE HAPPIEST GIRL Martha Andrews was very happy as she danced slowly around the floor with Joe It was thelr annual May Ball,and shewas there with the t ll handsome meant football to more hundred students who Summervllle High But senlor and wouldn't be year Then fhat would their footoall squad? guy who th n four went to Joe was a b ck next happen to That wasn't the only thing Joe was noted for either He was also valedlctorian of his class and he was UOlHg to Yale in the fall All the glrls were look lngsm Martha WltH that what ha she got that I haven't look and then reassurlng themselves that he only asked her because she lived ne t doorand thelr mothers were good frlend But Martha was happy, and the tlme vent too quickly for her She hadnt had half enough dances with Joe before the dance was over On the way home as they pas ed by the rlver the moon was gust COm1Hg up no look, oe Isn't lt pretty9H So Joe drove the car over to the sideof the road and stopped They both sat 1n silence for a whlle, lOOklng at the 1oon shln lng on the rlver Then Joe out h1s arm round Martha nYou know, Joe, she sa H am goln to miss you an awful o next year Joe laughed 'Heck you' be going to ball games and dances and pretty soon vou'll for et all bout me But ev n as he sald tHlS he knef she vouldn't really forget hlm and that she would miss hlm They xere actually very old fr1ends,havinc lived beslde each other ever since the d y they were born. NI only wish I were a senior this year V Then it wouldn't be quite so badn, she said nOn, well, you'll get there next year and perhaps lf you're good, I'll even come to your graduat1on'U he said teaslnvly The rest of the school year fled, and graduatlon was here at last Martha's heart throbbed with pride, and her eyes fllled as Joe gave his valedictory ad dress and his volce boomed tnrou h the auditorium looked.m1anafra1d and dignified And she was the hapole t g1rl in the world when he as'ed her, a mere Junlor, to hls Graduation Ball On the way dome they stopped again by the river Only tonight it was ralning, and Martha was fG8llRO very sad Joe began to thlnk how different Martha was from other girl She wasn't alvays prlmping and poklng at her hair,and Cobbingcxmllpstlck and chattering llke a magpie She vas qulte pretty, too SuddenlyJces hard front broke down and he felt qalte lost at the thought ofnot COmlHp back to a ound her and sald, Iartha nles, Joe9U nMartha I'm bOlU to miss a lot too and ll after college I mean we l un do you thlnk ou'll stlllbe llvln next J Q door H Martna's heart ooundedso hard that she thought he must hear lt even above the rain After all tais tlme that shc'd wanted nlm and nov she wanted to shout and Slng and make a tremendous amount of noise But he only turned to him and sa1d nYes Joe NUQIEL FERUALD '47 l U I , Q C' " I . f a ' , ' G ' ,Y U I l ' o 1 I C3 0 . . 0 ' 1.4 n 'll A 1 U U O . f .D i D 0 ' ' Q , . 1, , ' , ' 'I C O . 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I . - -- ' . u S " If X ' . 1 1 ' T u Cv A 0 L 'av that , L a .X IN70 C' LQG State St New York W Y sreh 21 T947 Dear Mom end Dad Od, lt'S too wonderful for words I reached thf utqtloq safely nd Ault I QD Uncle Joe and Barry met me We drove s t e Cl+J beiore IICJ took me to thelr home dev e rth c n xo t tes net UD1OH os so rlfnGlfW 9 Tense tall a l DhllCLU s nd tne love shons vltn Wl1l1OHS oi dmc ses a hots' Fltl not to LO A llke HlCl but I eoulen't help lt, the bUll5lHQS seem to reach the S'y, ll e our mOUHtalHS tnrouvh I POCOOHlZCd Uncle Joe and Aunt J an but hasn't my Cousln Bsrly about some' brown eyes m ke nln look llke a star luelg W1T1S that slen't h uouslqu, frown' He lS very tull A feet and so very hsnd Jet black hWlP and dark mOVlC lods3 I slept late It hae been d rathel t1TC ome tFlp and we sat up late end tsl'cd fter we got Home nt JGUI lS goln ce' down to her beout f rlor toner row aid slow me around I xss eertaldlf lue'J to hove sn sunt wlo own help me t a st tne bU0lH0SS I lust close now hdt 18 d some eousln of mlne lS t kln me out to meet the ,anb New lor? MSICH ul l9 U Deir Mod rd Dsd, recolved your l tttr Q m djs ago, lt I HnVC oeelso ou,l tl t I slmply coulen't fl d tlle to lnslfr I started or oul sys s o ne gust love lt' fvely I s Deed to me ou here thst l feel very muef t hon 1 o B rrv's QW 'I' X' reasell buncl o klds Lone o tee' 1 ndseme is hOuSlD Bavr e a 'ent out te a rosd house The NUQLC was diVlMC, and a soy remcd PuUl fvdqped me But lt dldD'L o to m hc d sell ve we I ldol how Q nfl l s veys hes ror s v xc . I'll be ruse d J tle f ng Months xlll tell the tdle of my trlc popul Tltb dow lS cvery one 1 Ionestonv Has Bllll J enson over tle mumps to sf nelle to every one e tc tnem l'm uett lone funn ofrow lS idnesx Uncle oe no Aunt Jfan are tsl rou of us out to 'outon ske wn re thelr Cade ls r to n s fend +10 d and ev WIN on me ale D1 herd v It xlll seen ll on tllwf lrrl s lln me to help hln VlpC tne dishes Love to all Your lovln daughter 4051, X 1! f fl f 7' r L. ., J, .. 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M l I Q 'R ': X - .'f, 0' 5 t df: lam,Aprill Dear Mother and Father, It is one O7C1CCC1l the morn 1np OUUSIGC 1 rene, deep bl now and tnel nds that Goa wa hat man calls stazs Just . t b e from the lov ly little cotta on lalc It was all very We rowed around the seemed, a m1ll1on t1mCS beautlful la e, t The ganf divided up,as usual and the couples d lfted off They all took a1fferent paths into the woods and around tne l ke Aunt and Uncle cleared the d1shes away come B3lPy'S best v1rl h d to to to Boston for the week end We at on the porch and watched the gano drlft off 1nto the 61m mlDL tw1li nt Then Barry looked at me and laughed I th1nk he vas gl d we vere tO'Ctl0P and I va perfectly FCl1PV d fe steadily anead at the beautlful scenery I knew what he wanted to say, f r l w ated to ay it too ut h a lt b ck stead11,, tntnl lcd d Q J Q d B rrg he dra the t1 happb, Mom Plea e elt as ii I ulf x I took B rry land and h m H et n an e k e w P r e cone and d nee 1 th us aw it 1D my m nd too o ed me down the hlll all n laubhing he vere o bu we Ire so m1 ed up and Dad,I nu t come home don't thlnk Im1a fallure r CCd1H3Q h1ll near tne cott e and see The The the rourd tke tOXlC t1n o a fl t over the trees, and PCdChlD the top we could nearly the ole m.tle lake sun w s S0ttlDE n the we t color reflected on e lm ma er A a t llress d 1U e at down qu1etly ee e loo' d ou b uty of the l uns t Ba1r seened pastel Glas y to be thlDklH rlrc I dlWH't but I must come home I can't st nd 1t any longer 1t's so all m1xed un' Ifm 1n love for the flPSt and last ILMG and till 1t's all mired up I love y own ceu in, Barry Oh dear par ents hex c n th1s happen? know BWIPY loves me too I could hill whilevm were w1th th gary sont 1sn't Ju t my eeln lonely Ifve been tellino myself for the pa t two weeks that Barrvns like a brother to me BClHg an only ch1ld,I've alwag wantedzabroth er QHQ nave econ terr1bly lonely for a Comp U1OD at times New I have a on aalon a dear sweet comp 1101 and I love h1m mu t come home It 1SH't rlght to ov your COUSIH or your brethcr as I love Barrv I love h1m as vou love each other, but I must run away from lt Plea e underst nd what I am try1ng to say to you, Mother and Dad Itfs all so 111ed up lov you so much for OC1n y 1 turb r1m w t I 1J1 1 t 1dn't ieel l1ke t ll1n W X Once he took a deee bre th and tarted to sav soneth1nO but Just get as far as HJudy I asked h1m what he wanted to say but he just shook h1s head and went on thinklng, 1OOK1ng parents I will see vou after I hear from you apaln Please tell me that lt'S all r1ghttm come home Love 1 7 ' o . o 4 D 'S X ' ' - O ' a. 1 se' ' , b ' el' ' a f 'Q' 1 Y . , , e h , .f.1 I I , - flnally I f Q ' we 1 e - ' - Q ,. - ..- : K - , .,. .1 fl., ,ny .uf 9. 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I Joneston, Maine April e, 1947 My Darling Judy, Tonight I prayed For the first time in many busy years I prayed I thanked God that our little Judy has found a man that she is sure she loves Your mother asked me to write this letter for she is so happy that she does nothing but sit in her favorite chair and smile Judy, twenty two years ago I married your mother For two long years we llved together be fore we went to Dr Merrill with our trouble He soon told us that yourznother could never have fore we could pull ourselves to gether to know there is more than one way to kill a eat We went to the orphanage at Brownago They knew we were com ing and they had twenty little babies sitting up, dressed as well as possible and as clean as a whistle' Darling, we didn't walk in and look at each tiny baby in the room We d1dn't sit and ponder and scratch our mud dled heads We simply walked up to the sixth child in the first row and picked her up and took her home Since then, my Judy, you have been our only, lovable child For years you were too young for us to tell you about adop tion Then as years went by we hardly realized ourselves that you weren't our own flesh and blood and it seemed so unneces sary to make you wonder about such a thing It seemed so un important to us, that you were adopted No one seemed to real ize it in our little Joneston either At times we felt that we were cheating youtm'not tell ing you because we knew it would be a terrible shock if some thoughtless child should tell you But we were too selfish to want you to know the truth And now God has been kind enough to lotlm tell you an easy way You are in love with a boy named Barry Barry knows you are not his cousin That is what he wanted to tell you on the hill, by the lake, probably He has always known it and now he wants you to know because he loves you too Barry knows al so, that it is not his duty to tell you So he just holds his breath and shakes his head when he starts to tell you When you flnlsh reading this letter, show it to your Barry, smile and sam nLet's go to Jone I know Barry will love Maine apple blossoms in his bride's hair Your adoring qhlowyanwbrlub ANNE WALLS '48 THEY'LL G'T IT EVERY TIME Walking along the street a man was attracted by frightened screams from a nearby house Running to investigate he found a frantic mother whose small boy had swallowed a quarter Seiz ing the child by the heels he held him up, shook him a few times, and the quarter dropped to the floor nWell,U breathed the grateful mother with a sigh of relief, nyou certainly knew how to get it out of him' Are you a doc tor9n NN , madam,n said the man, nI'm from the Internal Revenue Bureau U , . Q I " children. Six months passed be- ston together, Barryn. , o LX .1lQ..KIL. fill? l A pencil is a small thing, but it has been and will go more places than any one person could ever think of going. Pencils have been in battle they have been sunk at sea, sore have b en to the.far corners of the arth to the South Pole w1th Admiral Byrd, to Alaska with a tourlst o Afrlca 11th J an Johnson, aud still otuers flown h1 h above tue clouds My pencil a flve inch ver plated, Norma Pen and c1l Company product made 'rs have Sl Pen for the poclet, had been wltn me for four years The flTSt day I had lt lt seeded so slort and small that I 1ad to keep my ket kH1f6 cnalned to lt so I wouldn't lose lt But as vent on, I beoan to trust stron , skl shaped C119 kept lt tlohtly held in my ket poo that days the tL1a t poo It went to school wlth me every day all wlnter ln the summer it vent sall n wal'in Wlmmin well lt welt wlth ue wuerever I would Oo One day I lost it I loo eo cveryvhere for my llttle UQUCI1 t least I tnou ht I ual le no stones unturned I accused my family and frlends of talln it and not retarnllo it I put HOtlCF5 everywmere a k1n peopl let me know lf tu hal seel t The thlru lay of 1ts o ence I strolled lUtO my bedroox looked on the desk, ard there of all places, l J ny lon lost oencll The neat pla e my pencll WO1t was with Ib to ders from tae t11ct After touah tralnin pencll and I for a few da s kwYorl 1nder or Flrst Yaval Dls ten lol, we Vs of meanln returned to Talne then off to New . 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From there webegan a cruise of duty for Uncle Sam- First wewent to Philadelphia, then to Cuba, South America, to Colon, through the Panama Canal to Acapolco, Los Angeles, over the deep waters of the Pacific back to Los Anoeles, across the oroad United tates to Boston, t1en to Plorlda and after our winter ln Florlda XG took our last trip to ether bac to Bos ton It was a happy day for me be cause I had ,ot my lon awaited dlschar e from t e avy, and I was on my way home I nurrled upto th t c'et of flee to DICW up 1y r servatlons 'Could you tell me what tl the next fl1 ht leaves for Ban Cor, Ia1ne9N U es, sir t ere's one even flve from cate seven H THQDK you Tmat cave me aoout ten min ute to cnec' my ba s and get a board the plane After a quick cue of coffee I ran to the ,ate and stopped a fev feet from the ranp to got down txe tlme we 1ould arrlve in Ban or After doln this I pusneo my little married to LHC plane The mo or 1 re varmxn up lnd I a Asual, 1 tue la t passen er to et asoara I wanted to wrlte a tele ram to enl t Portland to lnforn my fanily of 1y arzlwal Ll anoor V fGHCll' lt wa nft there n ny ooo t wnore I nad uutlt ylst sflore boardin I gd t could n't lo e lt afte all LUIS tlme I ot up from my oat and rushed back to tae door There at the oottom of the ramo xhicn was now OSIUU ta'en away, was my little pencil reflecting the sunfs rays through the propeller-stirred dust. UI'm sorry, sir, wefre taking off now,H said the hostess as the door closed in front of me. I turned and walked slowly back to my seat. GORDON MANCHI ER '48 SNOHDOUUD nThe sun th t brief Decemb r day Rose cheerless over hills of SPCY Those 5 frlends, are the openlng llnes of that famous p em,which kscalled Nonevboundn May I take the prlvilege of making a few changes in those Flrst let's change the month to February How that tHC time is chance the setting a little bit perhaps have the sun rlse bril liantly over field heavily blanketed in a dazzling white And there 1S a descrlption of the after effect of our first real snowstorm ol tne year IIHCS7 to my llkinb, let's Have any of you ever lived in the country during vinter on a farm set back from the road? Have you ever seen a snowple try to plow you out and break heavy? If you haven't tlen you don't know what it means to shovel snow I do' All da, Saturday and half of Sunday, my father and I saeveled t m e he road pa slble Gleamlng mOUntJ1HS plled up n either side of u Hwhlte moun t lns , alfmough not as amous as Nex Hampshlre's On n on we crept no v noon Sunday we sat down to din ner with the hated task behind us. Everything in the house had a rosy glow from so many hours of looking at the awful whiteness. I didn't think I'd ever be able to move again. My back ached, my head ached, my eyes ached. I was getting round shouldered. Oh,vhat did I ever do to deserve this? I was cut out unbe a gen tleman of leisure Of that I was posltive Did someone say SOmOth1Dg about gO1ng to the movies? Sure, I'll so Walt gust a minute feel wonderful' I always sav, nlhere's notllng like a little w rk to make a fella feel Oood'H WALPH TRACY '50 EDITOR LEAVES THIN Robbins presldent of the Joman's Club announces that on Jednesday, June I5 the final meetln will be hell The Sunday school picnlc held at Ocean Grove last Sunday was a hug success woman to un dress suck Q crovd of its size She was the flrst held at St Mary's oy the Seat The brlde was pressed in white Town and CWIP1Cd a bouquet of yellow noses I check v s sent tothe Collector of Infernal Revenue I1 scerll elght runs the G11 manltes knoc'co out elght s1n les and ta'lied four runs ln the flr t lnllno to get the Jump on the Sea iders U .F VT1 . .-JL . ' I . O ""S x ' . A - 7 ' ' a J V O c u 1 o I 3 If , . . , U rw t. ' U 0 ' J A f. ' .O , ' , mf 'I - , . . , .L O . LJ '1 . . I' . . O ' - Q . . ' . I ' 1 ' K ' 'v PP ' , 74T'nn ' ' J. " ,QL sl 0 , , S 'r 'f , , . 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" 4 S o WITNESSUD FACTS ABOUT CATS Many people think f c t merely as animals working thelr board and room in their master's house True it is that cats are profltable animalson farms where mice and rats are plentiful, but they are lso humorous house pets Cats have a great sense humor so long as the Joke is the other fellow We have two cats at home, one which has a great knowledge how we humans use our hands Tinker uses his paws to sniteh chunks of meat from the other cat I had never seen him take anythlng from the table until the other night After we had flnished eating, I was preparing to wash the dxshes when Tinker Jumped upon a chair beside the table and looked ravenously at the pl tter of meat, even though he had been fed a few hours be fore I could tell by me held his pointed ears was scaemin way t nlce JUICY steak for hls I told hlm to get away from the table and walt for his usual meat scraps He must have under stood me as he Jumped down from the chalr and sulklly crossed the floor to h1s corner and lay down I began to laugh, the cat seemed so much like a little didn't thlnk the Joke funny, as he sprang resting place to the chair and hooked a piece of meat w1th his clever claws Instant ly it vas between his anxious teeth and Tinker llke a flash was in his corner I guess will pay me not to laugh at the cat again the way that he have a supper child H was very from his Cats are also symp thetic When I was a child of eight years, we had a money cat Now this callco cat and I were the very best of friends Her kit tens were always safe on my bed, at least that's what Sukey thought when my parents would punish me and I would lie on the couch and cry, Sukey was always there conseling me by caressing his whiskers a ainst my cheek until the sobbing had stopped Some catscwen make good watch dogs When my sister was a baby, mother used to put her in her pen on the porch to play in the sun Smutty, our cat with the tuxedo and white shirt front, would lie bes1de the pen and sun hlmself He would watch her play for amusement If anyone should come near, he would get up and walk around tho pen until were gone tinue his cat until of him they Then he would con sun bath Tinker was a fat, plump, jealousy get the best He was,you might lazy say, living in luxury,white servants, and sleeping and eating were his a dog about Christmas time The cat afraid of being supplanted by his rival, would not eat, thus losing poundage Now he sleeps from hunger and loss accustomed t around the house, Smutty spends most of his time down in the cellar nursing his grievance great deal of of energy having a dog Another interestingfact about cats is their sense of uStop, Look and Listenn Every cat that we have ever had always stopped at the end of the driveway and looked in both directions for traffic It is too bad that more children don't have this in stinct JANETTE RUMILL '48 3' 4.1 F o a s , . , S a - ' . of ' , on . of a , of . 8 1 " only activities. My brother get N ' ' 9 F o L 1- g a o 3 . . . ,, 0 Un- - s o . rr . e ' ' - , .1 . ,, . W it a . S TTL IWG Ono bright summer day a num ber of years ago there came into Bar Harbor's beautiful water ways a luxurious steam yacht As it moved into the boat laden harbor, the harbor offici ls bc gan to whistle and buzz around 'Get that pile of Junk out these watersn, the chief shouted from one of the speeding crafts that were closing in Uwhat do you want to do, drive everyone out of Bar Harbor Just because that smoke coming out of that ing can't be controlledqn Mr Edsel Ford turned to his captain uln which direction is Seal Harborvn he lnquired HThat way,Mr Ford,n he sa , pointing in a southw sterly dl rection uThen head that w y I'm no staying ln this place ny longer an I possibly have to ' Upon his arrival in Seal Har ber a friendly welcome was ex tended as soon as he stepped ashore And that, my friends, is how Mr Ford happened to settle in Seal Harbor and not in the more fashionable Bar Harbor FORHALITY The president of a small col lege was vlsltine the little town that had been hls former home, and h d been asked to ad dress an audience of his former neighbors In order to assure them that his career had not caused him to put on airs,he be gan h1s address nMy dear frlends, I won't call you ladles and gentlemen, I know you too well to say that.n THREE DAYS TO SEE Today my life lS'H3Wh8t might b termed its vcrte Ev r since the day of my crash, I have been on my beck here in the medical hut w iting for the doctor to remove the bandages from y eyes Major Reed came in about six thirty this mornlng It was a beautlful morning I could sense lt from the soft cool wind that was flo ting peacefully through my window A tl m or came into the room, I remember that I was feeling my way to the chalr by my window Magor Reed and I were more than gust doctor and patlent we were comrades Major Reed W1DtCPS and I were attached to the same squ dren He was our fllght school sur geon I remember the first time we met It was on a llttle air strip on the northern tip f Palmyra Island ln the Paclfic I had Just landed my P 51 Mus tang and taxled under the camou fl ge netting when a Jeep drove up and out climbed a tall medi cal officer who lntroduced him self as Captain Reed Winters Those were the d ys when you could flnd a Jap waiting behind every cloud when I look back new and thinl of what I could have done with a P SO I start fighting the war all over again New I guess it doesn't matter much when my get plane crashed on me a month ago I thought by this time I would be flying again By this time next month I'll be out of the army and will never feel the thrlll that can only be felt at the controls of an airplane Reed just left my room We have been t lking over old times which made it harder to take You see it's not just the outside of my eyes that were injured, but also an internal ingury, which is beyond any doc- tor's reach I have been given T' . 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' 0 only three d ys to see To see the rest of my llfe in three blg order For the next seventy two hours I have a lot to see days On the first day of my life I am going to the chapel I shall pray for God's help in all my t sls which will rlse out of the darkness I will also go to the operatlons room and take a look at my fellow pilots and shoot the breeze' for the las time 'for the last timo'u T seems to echo through my mind with OVOPYCHIDQ I ee Until you're confronted by a situation such as thls, you don't realize how beautlful the thlngs around you c n oe Ordin rily I would look up and down the fleld and figure th t I wasnt seeing much, important I h ve been standing here outside operations t lking to the fellows they go down to the fllght line It seems to me as though I were QOIHQ out on a suicide att ck or something It's hard to believe that I will never be aole to see again Tomorrow my second day of sight, I'm going to spend with a very speci 1 person my wife Her name is Marie We met n Texas when I was takinvmyfiight trainlng at R ndolph field The first tlme I saw her I knew th t I could very e sily fall in love w1th her, and I dld guess maybe I can st nd to be bllnd with her around I c n never forget her She has the most beautiful blonde h ir and smil ing deep blue eyes For grace fulness and tenderness alone are enough to describe her She is the one thing th t gives courage to face lt We are go ing to spend the day up 1n the mountains We often c ll the mountains our e stle We have our own court yard there It could be called a little bit of Heaven It's a small pine grove with a clear little pool at one end and from it runs a small stream that's filled with speck led trout which dart OTlSk1J aboutcxmthe sun streaked bottom I could spend the rest of my life there On the third nd last day that I have left to see, I sh ll take a trlo with n old friend This old friend and I have seen a lot together We have covered, in f et ne rly ll the world I'm t lking now about my plane The old mustang It's getting old nov New pl nes are coming all the time, and she's begln nin to look obsolete, but to me she'll always be the sane e can even talk to each other When those 15 OOO horses so thunder1n down the strip and lift rocket like into the sky, sensatlon I know I want always to remember how the instruments look and how the ground below looks like a magni ficent patch work quilt when I'm up there, I though I were ruler of the uni of God It's hard to describe how the e rth and the sky olcnds togeth er in one of God's most beauti ful cre tions It's things that we see everyctW'that really mean the most have spent many hours in the never realized how much there is to appreciate last few hours in the air but I h ve seen more wlth my mind than When the thlrd I will go back to my lovely wife, Marie With her I sh ll spend the last precious hours of my sight I m young and ambitious, and I'm sure that with a pleasant home and a lov ing and understanding, and de voted wife such as I have been lucky enough to marry, I shall come through with flying colors To me feel as verse nd a mes enger a1r, but I have I have spent my with my eyes day is over, STEVE WOOD '48 ' at . I ' is a ' . 4 ' ' ' - v . 4, . 0 . . a . Q . a a c a ' . 'Q a . Y ' D , I I O ' a , a a . rf ' Q , 1 A I L t 3 V .- A L D . I . hat , J. a L Q G L ' S I ' Q' . J. . " .. 7' ff I O L .' t . W . . N 4 l A U u a ' . a i . , O L ' g ' C- " 5 N x but today everything seems so that is the most indescribable . a ' . , a as . . U ff ' .I - Q a . A . - a - s . J ' ' a . ' M - , 3 , sr . ,, I ' U 1 1 as O L C ' 2 - . I . a , a . - ' ' . I . a L , . O a k F' . 2 7 a 4 ' ' ' 9 A a pr ' 0 A g CL a A me . . a ' a . ' TIPS FOR RETURNING SERVICEMEN Since Gilman has had the hon or of recelving back thls ye r five ex SCTVlCCNCU we feel lt is only r ght fo L to ea s on to them a few of the tlps w 1oh have been glven to us under the le of USurv1val in Amerlca' Ulf in your tr vols in t e states espeelally in a str nge city you feel it is time to find a place to sleep, don't dig a foxhole in a convenient lawn you should inquire s to t e nearest hotel Upon arriving there, you should register, af ter which you will be shown to your room Remember th t you re not 1 comb t are NOT go to the nearest house, throw the occup nts out into the yard, and lie down and go to sleep You do not need to be afrald of bombs in the states, nd DO NOT we r your helmet in the house Upon retlring you will, no doubt, find a palr of paglmas CPa3amas are sleeplng g rments made up of two pieces whlch are put on af ter your clothes have moved J Upon seeing them, act as lf you h ve been used to them before A remark such as ' y, such a delicate sh de of blue these are' would show th t you are used to them and are not taken aback by their presence, however, DO NOT say NNow how the devll do you expect a m n eep in a get up like that N laid out on your bed been re nNever blow on your soup cool it unless you c n at he same tlme, whlstle some popular tune sucn as 'St Louls Bluesf, whlch goes especially well wlth noodle soup nAlways tip your hat before striking a lady. HUndersUl cireumst nces vel rguments with the n tlves Vou wlll find they are proul 1d sen ltlVC people and wn l them elves well lnformed Ly VL tue of tHPlP natlonal custom of readlng many newspapers 'According UaAmer1can Cust , all convers tion beelns with a brief comment on the weather It is not necessary, hevever, to approach a stranger wlth 'There are thundereusand cumulus ouild ups between angles five and ten, about four tenths cover ge over land nd CAVU over water Looks like Savann h tvoim three' dere ly state 'It's a nice day, or Hln America many citizens wear shoes, and even most Chll dren re fully clad It is not considered courteous to handle the textiles they wear and try to buy them for souvenirs You may follow the people at a dis creet distance to study their quaint and colorful CiVl1lGH costumes, but do not try uotrade shlrts, sneets and K rations for them 'One ofthe outst nding tra s of Amerie n nativesis tholr lack of a sense of numor Such inno cent fun s bre klng a bottle over the b rtenderfs head,throw ing out furniture on the street, nd kicking i person's teeth is frowned at N No kiddlng, fellows we're awfully glad you came back with us, and here's wishing an extra amount of good luck to a bunch of swell euys THE EDITORS u a a I d a s a J s . l ' - ' az ' K..-' Iv- ' ' S l CL --..ap UI' . . . . . 2 f.s ' -' ij r- . , . . . . " A ... , - 1 , Q. . G G . 1 if In A 0 f 0 t ' 'h' I ' I om . Q g . ' 0 ' a O ' I 3 h ,. Lv , ' I rw I . , , Q I . 1 - ..- .. Q a h . a L . c ' s cf- C- I Q Q4 ' . - : L A the weather is poor.' . a a n a a a. DO , . I ' . I 1 a e a . l T , . 1 I a Q . Y ,- U L ' . . n - Q , '- ' 'f- ' 1 - , 1, - M L K, - . O l ' rw iff A . I - a it . -- a - ' nw 1 0 " - U "' ' Ci EJ. fl "" . . M . a ' - . L a , a ' a N n a . , , 0 7 I in ' , ' + . a to Ll 1 T, sl - . . T to 0 . a , t . . 1 0 I . . . 0' f ml I llil' Hello 'Linda s 13 'Blll nWhat Are You Doing Ton1ght'9 nIt's A Lovely Night To Go Dancing' HI Don t Know Whyn but nI'm W lklng The Floor Over Youu I cert inly 11SS You HPretending'9 'Cross My Heartn nwithout You art Goes Crazy UN15ht And D I m All B5 Myself' while nThe Whole World Is Slnging My You should h ve been HAt The Firemen's Ba ln l st nlght 'S1OuX City Sue was there w 'The Rlckety Rlckshaw Man ou know UThesc Foollsh Thlngs th t me from HAway Out Ve tn s, t's The Talk Of The Townn 'I Want To Th nk Your Follsn the 'Memories ol HThe Thlngs We D d Last Summer' nHow Are lhlngs ln Gloca Mor 'Q 'I Bclieven we'll never mm HB Skies' asain We are havin HStormy Wea er 1n U COFglQ UNO Foolin'H0 HI Used To Work In Chicagon but I think uCaliforniaN is nOut of This Worldn. When nIt's A Good Dayn I'lltm nHeadin' Homeu where Decembern is Nwinter Won er landu nI'1l Botchan that nNow York Is A ice Place To Visitn Maybe NWe Could Make Such Bcauti Musicu on nThe Sidewal's Of New Yorku Well "Gotta See A Man' bout "The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa F Y 'I'll Bo Seein' Yo N nTake It E SEI! JANETTE QUMILL '48 OUT TO QEA One sunny c me rushin day, the capt ln in to the pilot house and said to the mate, HGet me a piece of paper and a pencil quickn He went to the far end of the room nd s t down He s t there about twenty minutes then get up say1ng,nI have lt down t lastn 'What is it? asked the wa Read lt to me re lt isn s 1d the ca tain UShould uld acqu llt nces e forgot And never elought to mind J wife has fallen overboard, And she's half a mile behind BAYBAWA MCCRAW '50 H C' n ' d Y - I 0 - 'V -I N . A J .. .. . uf' ful 455' ' .cr O , . . ' 3 ll e'. 1 n .7 J H , . , GZELEA ' u . . ' ' H . v C. ' . - 1 .K- . 1, v A , f a ' . . a 1 HVQ4' ll O F' I ' . ' My a.' 5 , X A He U 's A Gyn 1 n , v C O Songn. a a a . a . l a ' . ' . I' ' . . . 0 I V ' V ' H . Y s ' L ' H a v - n K t I , te. co E s . H ' I H. Ye UI C - . HHQ ' , Q' p- ' a c for , I ll -1 5 A 0 r X 3 1 8 .I Q b 1 '. , 1 J. A, , ' "' ' '- . CL ' . M' . - " N Q. A g ' ' ' lue V r 0 11 1- T ' - Q O A 1 - ..1 1 X ' H . G ' H 0 ,f DEAR DIARY -- Seotember 16 el , all we fell 3 sv fellas and it 47 gals aoneared ln tnelr best blb n t1c'tr c am LN 1 or ng for the best sefts so's nev could have a xsy I gui 9 easant tl e all tne ve r Br!! JN Seotember 19 4 hlS Job a -IEA October 7 Hvlkle Weeo cane ' J ns tooay a '46 evro et oobs r LP aoesn t 1 r cw1e ask Nltu u od from fe all veleoreo n1m bac' be bu e oor 1HL nn o QHPXC It svabble s a baol too know what she was ett a test everf Frid Gordon uvvl of um Q ona caue Sora ue ceme sne damn t rter flVllg OU vit USSS h Wvlx X wxlf F vlng I Fno the drlwer too' r IWL we ll October 9 69x Xl Qfsofxgj . poragve o the CUF+l ubll Ixnr bomp ny vislted us tooa U I bet dotert er'eI can row better coln 1U h Q e r lan Q FQP nv bro duce. e so d b o lo lOhQ 1 ve ele woltb Ju P a e U cn ste r ow October I6 I looked out of 16 K1 morr b o s COWlDP to scbool but Clif le Denon too seave dres ed uo nn tbelr old ounpare e wele el or most osoecl ll the 'lTl lover er 94 e t ed n t1e O rel l nollereo and trleo to see who totl unv t tue hlfHC Oues the follow ng mast H Nnfe I n t e L1n1l Dot 'rec nor Cr C ee n ovember Pot npr Polk ,rf J t f eve 0 n Je rre Coston eves A cc lton 0 trfzwoe jwtrce flT1S our ran' cares toeey afo e one of b t t Q CnulH wrwte xliwo fo He ......... .. Y If 7f 1 nq -Ad ,wolf-1 " ' AQ -' . 1 - Cu, 1,1 op. 11, h , . A i I ffl X . ,rt . . . - - 1 4,3 1 - . 1 'tr In 1 'f i n Q t 4' ' '-' 0 f V350 rs cw ,N , . , W ' J P Ll . 'ng , ' bee . ' .Q 'MuQ-I1kBiTzf,-Q l.tf V V-, l V A -YY. 1 ,,-7, ,A I M, ,Q ste nh b ' 'i I S t at . ' ' L s a " ' " . T , f. - .1 I ' - ' ' ' se he al av has a P s ' v , . Iam , .I ,, , , ff' k ,Q . L . P s l, 3 ' Y' ' gZ1'TNlZT - H , 3 L 5 ,- H - t ij- jr. Cf T- -iq ' " G uv' 9'7- . ' U ' M V u'LA w - I ',: ' kW2'T? - 44... 1 - ' LA.. ' vac.. l LU- ., A .41 'L 1: I.-RSM- ,T d .lx - one 1 -. L --- -- f H. I 't, giifls? .I pjtq,--lfyk ., ' , . 3' . Oh! a- id',f Us W' l go---. ofie'lti "H Ur. Fw .AQ f .'s U 'su' ' I I e Q5 X . A 4 -. , A , ' 1 ' Lg 45- 0 f ' T- 'Ofg 1 3 P- 3" 1 E 1' LS ftl'J6 I tt tl A r. o11:3' , of.1 j - mt . M s l su ser' t' et foe all f v,b, . 1 I t m'TIE2 guess Dottie Graves had the best line. Tow we know 7Cf" I wht sho st is nom' so Vu '--to listen to her e'Lo1 Q , I tl Njndow this r llhf andfkl rteuld I see . ' 3 . A U ' C'. ai- and L I 0 . 7 all 'e.s L Y ' -H O 5 es. W1 H,r all Q rd to see V 1 Hseltsn, 'f , 'a v . M' s. A f W of ,he gals fathers i ,tl nolme ,'f, Qooi, L ., ,' - ' ' , . - 1 i f m' in,o the 99r E, .'j est. f Ss I fi It ea done it: - A Jells, Ta.e't- Tif' l, . I Q W, Betsey Q gent, 'o Jr,'es, Jane Trent, au. U, Y, IT: 3 f . , .ll A i'111"Qnj', Pejf-'Q' 'Ig' . 1 ,nfl 'Q 4 I I I ,le . li 1" O L' . 3 T . 20 I 3 I I . ' n' I b t s i' us Vis ha ., ,,,,,.L -..-J -'- -.ff . w' ffdo November bof' o f It's lhnPkSF1VlHg once Pore nose tlo Food tie Dectnher LMES5 tur e s Pd ch1c'ens 1111 never know ho! t Q ed f -L yi 21.93 XY:::-tif? ,f Gdlk Chow T1ne h d the iir t lunch tod Guess no o ' dlo wfo 11 nd round the dolm 0 oc' t n' thox' VLYV ttnelo oon't be fr eht AJR V"'eneo rl t e P PV of hun 1 studert fr Gllnon t on 0111 to 11h 1 Deoeaber 9 gcc 'XM L Q5 vow. V nt1ne's Loveo nto OU1 oe ceful little school .3 todov to hurt tho a h rd Decemoer tm'e the o nlors' 3lCtUFOS exess none of vs comer but e reollf love the ohoto rnvher 1 telllhf h11 his fr e were too eJ9ers1ve Well, the serwors showeo off their dr m tic t lent tonwght bv WlVlIf 0 v colled onf rs ost rlon MfCrse surel was fo f char cter Decemb r 15 i n1gh+ to teh the Pornets 1D the r most soect Cul r ohne of the ve r be t Commerce Hrobulnf one 1h lhe bo corfod ussl on tom Dece Dottle Groves was 1ong onto h t" 1 f ce out ofth ,xx fter tke other vlhtorv too fn 5 tore her 'mx ix Vx OWMM, its P doc 1G SUT6 Q e e roll were orfot to e 1 'QLw O Rav Y XS- C1ILtWqS xl foroerf 1 crore E?h 42559-21-5 ufnuarf 8 lfnt to to svort +OFl h thf 79 1 9' Gown on fell nd g t vour wal to snve fou s on ne o . March 4 This mornlno the Seniors moon to thtlr Joy, wart llowod to go to Town Mcotln to seo for thousolves gust wn t thog W111 h'vc upon tucmsclv s one of those d JS I w s 11 very lntcrcstlng but tho n 1n fc ture to us s the discusslon on o b 11 fleld nd tho new Gllnonu 'Jo re 11 WODdCPlHU Jus whlch class will oc the first to gradu tt from tno new bullding to be - -- rw - - ' on, .adsl f. 3 .1 QQQSQ Y' " Q 'H Tr v rg ' ' T1 ' v we N L L. V .J .L f, L , , . .. . . ,f-- X 1 H f t A U ,sf MA ,- .M . 1 ,Q . .-..., 1- wen' x K' ,., f ' ""'-" l - xv, Q 11. fy! 2 , 1.7 M, A, , W W, ,--.. fun" Una ' Pv,jf, " J J -'.s r ' C, ' 1 rf. X fn - m v . - 1 -. 7 1 ih b d' s ed. If :Ll ne L P . r . Ou 'Q -1 1 hlhgs 4 j'o ?,"Q Q,,, Led, ' - iQ - ' 4..l -- N . . - - . It s o, 4 h Q'.Q gr' ' A S om " u 0 R ' vt . iq .1-af:-l':""+4 1 . 1.4 N7tQuSr .nr-K L .clxu ....4..... K' rs ' ww 7 '1 rv Q. - .1 .- - . 1 . .. . J., A . ' 1'-5' , , ,L 1 Ce ' . , . -1- ' A I XX V . C, iv M 5 31 E 3 ,Q ',g'w . . .1 M , , . 1 , 1 la osx so, .V .. an S ,f 1- . - . ..- 4 , -1 ' ll 1...-,.4---. .... o ' v 1 rv rx r- ' - L... ' ff x 1:1 .. - ' 'Y 1 . '1 H T1 ' ' U nj Q lr, Q - , 'I Vg L . r er. mr ': . f' ff' fl 31' 2: . Ll . o ........ .- 1 . . H H . , ' XXQNS F We r11 went down to our roomv gymngslum to- L 5 gf V ws 1 ' i . , C 9 0 -' lf' --. fu K . ' n .,-. 1 - 1 .., ,. , K., - ,, . , X .. h 1 e1 7 1 f 1 .., , 1 ,J lu t D Q I "1 , .' 1 IJ W rs 1 L, 0 .- ,, . hs me ,s , . . ' P eq t o U wlth 5 fs- o ss . x --- -fkf, f ' X - W1 .ff 11-11-1 --. ,H I 1 f H' ' 1 J- , - - A " A . MV whit Q xl W week ine 211 thft - Omotlhf f 10+ J J . J -. Q q. lo s mah 1 V' bee? 1 LH. F W t,11 ig--ve 55, O ' 1 ' ,. A - .4 . . . J A . - W N had a g s rl Janes w th 9 ' .1 Q 'r1. Us .,QM -- 1- I 'Xwi T , Y A.-1, 4-A Lf . ........ - '7 1, . ' 1 1 - - . F ,Q We J ni 1 E 1, V 1 int CDC ,lg og, non 49-M-. ,a as 9 e , H e Q 9 hack sect t', 'us ..... - . N W , , . Y A, m . 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SENIOR PLAY The class of l 47 it annual dramatic productlon at the Nefohoorhood Seal Harbor Just ChP1StmaS hollday m enlors this year chose the farce, 'Foay Mrs Foster , a play full of wholesome hunor and nany slee spllttlng SltU8t1OPS presented Fouse ln oefore the Brlefl , the play concerned the freat love of Mrs Fo ter,so well played by Marlon McCrae, for ner only dau hter, Lfnn, whlch part Jas ably 1Ht8WUTGtGd by Dottle Graves Hotner Fo t r, who had always idoln ed he1 sun po edl lost husband, none other than that veteran of the sta e, AuStlD Grlndle, was efeeedlnglg aHxlOue for Lfnn to arr, an become a hapiy as she had alway been Lynn flnally became en gafed to Jack Ladd, a young chemist Th1S part was expertly handled by the handsolc olonde, Jlmm Grant Thls c1aracter was mucz addicted to fBlllHL a leep at the oddest noments, a abwt verf lrrltatinc to Lynn, but one that caused nuch 1STlJlGUt to the audlence. Wltn the ald OL played bw Barbr Leaeu, Foxf hrs that 3318 Lonb, mald servant, was very x ell lnterpreted by'Dotty' Haynes who ln her suart ' et up prac tlcall stole the show when she trled to att cn hers lf to .very 1an 1A ul nt Dora dope, a ro e naonlly done bf Lary Par.er,had ner nart ln trflng to supply th necess ry husbands froa he Peerless natr11on1al a ency. Nlff Smallldne added V15 o t of lur to the scene b avln tue rt of tie aosert llreed pro s or whose hobuy was collect tles John S1all d e ren t the are of ne lam awe to be tne ans' o lamle prafers To add to thls 1,1 nroup of SltMatlOHS Foster concocted a an would compel Lynn to marry touch of the Southland was Bev Carr's flirtatious interpretatim1 f Penelope Randall MUT1Gl fernale complicated matters for the foxy Foster'fam1ly by appear lnn on the scexe, bearln e nane of Urs ost also nov ev r fizally all.tur1ed out well, and everfbody lnved happlly ever after GLF CLUB JOlLS Our Glee Club opened this season wlth thlrty SlX menbers and hr Woyes, when we were all glad to have bacl xlth u tlme vent on, we had onlr twenty left ll thc Glee Club,wn1ch num ber we kept rlgh throufh tne vearywith flftcen flnall euall ffln for letters In December ve had the oppor tunltv to sin ln publle between the acts of tne Senlor Pl y At tmat tlme Harllyn Jordan sang her flrst solo for Glllnn wlsh to e pres our many thanks to the Snnlors for sL1nD us to Sln' twat tl 16 .e dld not appeal ln public aoaln until May 5 when seventeen of us went to Ban or to the Musn: Iestlval we arrlvee lH Bangor at eleven o'clock nd oecause of the raln we could not par de, so after practlclng our sones once, we were free untll tnree o'clock when we had to go on the sta e at Fift Street Junlor H1 h We sang three sen s before sixty flve or sexent' Jeople to hear olos,and At seven o'clocK tnat bVnH1H we all went to th AUdltOPlUm,WVSFG we neard ended at nlne o'clock, and we ot bacl to ut Desert Island about eleven o'cloc l am seea 1F for every nemb r ol the Glee Club wnen I sa' tnat we have enjoyed ourGlee Club more than ever tnls year ALICL MUIPHY '48 Aftex that some went t1e band , ot ers, he many to other places wonderful muslc That cs 0 9 cw O . 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I Q Lf , - ., 1 ' ., 1 y- ' - .L-'lr' .1344 R, 1 .. 1 Q .. -ara' mfg LL .S .A - . '-V 41 - " -'i' V' eseised , D ., t 1 A . . 3 , . -, . -- 1 . ., t up ' - v ' Jwfme. A n,-Jer . V J . n 1 Y n ' ' ' , 1 .V ' . , " 1 L . -JD . -'S - J o A 0 . 4 , I. A -. - -1 Y". BJ C, . - F1 ' I . . V f f SENIOR PLAY GLEE CLUB ,f fu -226 KA -79' -..F " ,Q l - N -. ' , . Y i N X- 3, ' K... 0 .x Vi, .T , K V, -K vw. ,- If 5.41 I f -L 'f 11. f ' N L' '- - I X 5 K 1 ff.- ! f 4- , If S. ,f If .X L ,L rf ig 1 a T x , , .K V1 ., v Q., N -J N , CV! ,.,.-f.-, - -,., Y N, Aj" l El? :Q il T , my A Lf. " 'y A P pf 1 . 1, ' . . lv N ' 1 hx..- , .1 1 f If . l V' 1, f T CARLO NINFI with our grateful apprecia forts to carry our boys' basketball team through the war years, we respectfully dedlcatethis section of the Gilmanac 0 A tion for his untiring ef- ATTENTION' Attention John Jim and Tyse' I'm going to say something nice, Steve, Broz and Eddie too, Chink Coach Don and the white and blue I'm going to say, 'Hiya guys' Hiya, Jumbos and you Small Fries You're our team, we love you all We love the short and the tall You made us proud of all of you You gave a tribute to the white and blue You oroved to us that you could win, Never, never to give in Johnnie stands there tall and straight, He's always there, never too late Jim's the guy who flys around, Depending on Woodie to get the rebound Chink stepped up from the second team And believe me, people, he's on the beam Tysie was the one we depended on To light the spark when hope was gone Broz will be with us again next year So what the deuce do we have to fear? Ve'll think about that when he is gone And long we'll remember our Coach Don Yelling, Coverrrr, Coverrrr'n Cwhere was he When the game was ove and done, Manager Billings was out on the run Chasing around and oicking up clothes, Doing errands for all those Joes It's ended now, the season It's all been more doggone To you who leave us, I can How much we'll miss you on We'll miss you much Eddie, But we'll think of you all s done, fun' not say our next D Day Jim, and John when you are gone Teams xill come and teams will go, Teams will battle with the foe But I know that I will never see A team A team Filled So our so full of loyalty so full of peo and vim, with fight, up to the brim, hats go off to this our team' You will always be our favorite dream ANNE WALLS '48 , 0 O ' ' 9 ' 3 u I I .. , . , I 4- I I nEddie's the willing boy,n says Coach Dong 3 9 ll . 1 '. t I J 9 nf I I born?2 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM FIRST TEAM BOYS TH' CIJNON BALLS IT HCTIOW At the beginning of the basl-'et ball season about thirty five boys reported for pr ctice under tie tutel oe ofrh' Co tes nd r Carter After two weeks of prac tice the squad vas cut to twenty andat that number it has stayed The season openedagainst Cam den at the N6lDPOOFhOOd House Althou n we d dnft go at op speed durin the a e we stlll camo out on top 47 25 Thls be in the flrst game, we were ble to get a few of the kinks out of our system in preparation for Ellsworth. However tough luck on the shootlng, and a weakness in the defense that fllsworth was able to detect and.panetratod were probably the easiest ways to expl in this defeat Thus,our record was l l as we t ckled laine Schoolof Commerce Thls aaa being played at the home gym gave us a great dvan tage over our opponents nd as the game contlnued into the last quarter lt was quite evldont th t we had our second game on ice The final score was 42 56 Bar Harbor" The 31n team a far s Gilman is concerned' Probably thls was one of tae poorest games of tne year on the part of our boys Tac final score was 24 58 Once againourzrecord was even and oul next gamewas wmat loomed up s a big one Bucksport was the victlm of the contest 50 44 And once again the J yvees won thelr thlrd consecutlve game The next g me we really had to win because beating Pemetic de- cided our tournament fate. For the first three periods the Gil- manitesled a great Pemetic team, but as the official timeout came around, we found ourselves in arrears 55-58. The last four minutes were very hectic for our team. But with a spurt Penetic scored seven fast points. The flnal score was 59 45 The Jay vees xemalned the vlctors, l 15 r ne t gale v return enga ement with Duclsport Southwest rbor's floor s lain sec lox or ta the Seaboarders xere h vlna an off nlgnt nd we pulled throu h 45 26 Agaln the Jayvees vere undef ted Thea once a1n Bar Harbor ha a ame lt w s' No team was a m tcm for t em that H1 mt with them rettln 6255 of the r shots, nd s tae game ended we were tr 1 lng bohlnd 57 44 And the Jayvees met their flrst defeat, 20 44 Our record now stood 5 4 and we quickly annexcdtwomnore games over Belfast and Blue Fill But our hopes were soon dashed when Pemetlc took another vlctory from us, 59 54 The Jayvees were also be ten 1 thrilling game whose final score TCUlStGPGd 5 Our next be prob oly the aost thrllllna the season a 11 t Maine School of Commerce on their own floor The scores xere very close ll tae way throu h and a tie wlth Just seconds to go Our boys lost by one loul shot 50 51 We were lso defeated in our neat game with Vllsworth The Jayvees came through in an excltlng game,won by a foul shot made by Niles Grlndle 27 26 g me turned out to The ne t three games were all victories for our Gilman team with wins over Belfast Camden, and the final game of the season proved a fitting finish for a fair season when we beat Blue Hill. Thus the Varsity team finished the season with ll wins and 7 losses. As for the Jayvceq iifleyhad a very good season, fin- ishing up with an ll to 5 record. JAMZS GRANT '47 1 7- n V' . -- . 4.4 A 'Ll lv lx- .L A I ' at 'c 1 " I o "' r- f-- 1 - " , w ' 0 " ' o 1 fs, , ' 7,1 .. l ' ri, ' 0 A V . CA ' mv A '1 aa' , , a a M, Ou 2: fI1 Jas a 4 ' -,f, ' .- .. 3 - 5 on J P Lia . It 7 ' . wa p to 1, n ucv- , rat . 'r rw 1 L CA O . 1 , - - fa , a 1 53 . , ., - . , J. O' 1. g " U ' ' 7 g i a - t ec . Q fr fr- -7- ' O O LL . . ' U' , I' L . , .. Q . u ,.. . 3 L 4 3 .AL t S I 3 . ca ' 1 - v 1 - 1 ' .w la 1 n, g, . . A . 'J f S 'l , -. -- , K a a . . . . . ' 8 ' "' l . gl ' -1 - '. Us J Q 4 " n , rr ' ' W .L 0 11 P T' on .A Q . . . U' ' U' f O .. 9' ' a " A " n L I '-.1 ' , 8 C n C 9 1 . . .7 . O U " 'I . I1 N V b fl .L 0 ' "' Q - F, Q . . Q 1. Q .. - ff, C .. X L of ga as S G D, l . ' ' Y Q 1. ', .. .' r- ' cs 7 11' ra- . c. Q , , N . . o 0 .fl - . I . .. Q . ' ' 1 N L- .L o .. 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A - . ,A Q- - . . a - , . 4 . , X v v . s Q -1 J V V , QA I ' v TH' HORL T PILOTS The night was December 10 The weather was clear, gust per feet for flylng The pilots of the Hornet Squadrcr were valtlng tensely in the brieflng room getting last minute lHStPuCt1OHS from Commander Greenelaf Thelr target w s Fllsworth The take off signal boomed and the squ d ron, under the command of Cap taln Haynes, zoomed avay The squad vas strong, belng backed by many aole relnforcemeuts lf they were leaded At 1900 the enemy was encourt ered The Ellsxorth Squadron was plenty powerfu1,out soon the Hornets overpowered them Jelena Solari navlng the most L11 ct hltS, came ln with 1 polnts, makln the final vlctory 28 15 for txe Hornets Fr1day,December l5,the Iornet Squadron wasealled.out to defend themselves agalnst tue fast and able Commerce Squad Commander structlons and told ner to c rry them out to the end The zero hour came, and Captain Haynes with able veterans zoomed lnto posltlon The hornet were ln for a hard f1ght At lalf tlme each squad 16 times lng lng met f ew had nit tnelr tar et Both needed reruel went lP for a 1 FG taken carc of they The Horn ts Wade a more direct h1t than Co so they Th1S agaln merce 1D the next f N1WltG , but Foster's plane ran ou ammunltion and had to placed by Graves v1o m long dlrect hlts They pulled through Wltl a 26 tory de four flnally 25 vlc Take off tlme cane a aln Dec emoer 20 when the pilot took off for Bucksport Our able guard, Merchant belng grounded for repalrs was unable to 1 ke thls flight, so Rumlll flew ln her positlon The Hornets came through with a 58 24 victory The Horrets then turned their planes over for rep lrs but on January 13 were called oack from their rest camp to defend tueir hone Lasewhichxas being attack cd oy Ellsworth Thelr defense vorked, and t ey defeated tnelr opponents, 54 29 Waiting a few day before anotrcl fli ht the Hornets then took off for Belfast Receiving instractlons from Commander Green lean Captain Haynes led her able squ d into pOSltiOH The pilots were navlng difflculty handling the r pl nes and once Pernald was e 1I5Cd with drlving her fu ell e into ore of tae Belfast pl nes But the Bornets came tzrough with a 52 7 vlctory Janus y 21 the Hornet Pilots over tlOlP hole fleld met the rough and ready Blue H111 Squad In a hard rough fl at the Hornet Pllots came out on top with 19 hlt alnst 28 for Blue H111 On Januar525 Une read sigral sounded and tae nO r t Pllots met Sul lV31 eve tnelr none fleld Captaln I TH s lead tie squad lnto position but soon was sent homewithfburrmrsonalfouls Reinforcements were sent in, and the Hornets annexed another vie tory 26 16 On January 31 the squadron took off for CONMGICB at Bangor It was a hard fight,and the Hornets lost many planes The victory Kent to Commerce 59 7 Aftergett1ngr'sted and patch ed up aft r the Commerce upset theHornets encountered Bucksport over thelr home field and came through vith a 28 17 victory The ne t txo encounters werewith Sullivan and Belfast through wnlch the Hornets came home vie torious Bad weather ca1e upon the squad and they were grounded for over a week Finally the weather . -T17 QA 4 .44 n 0 ' ' - . 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O , U for Blue Hill Many pilots were forced to land tl t D1 ht from both sides But Blue H111 J ina better SlgltS c me up 24 hits to the Hornets? 18 with Wanting to play off thls one loss nd lin for each team, both decided th t Bucxspo twould sult thelr needs so on I ren 10 both met, each out to down the other Fernald had to ma'e a forced landlng soon after the encounten but reserves flew fromheme base Each squ dren 'beirlg evenly matched, the 6XCltlD one a dlrect one OCIDU n ae by Blue Hlll m klng the nuaber for the1 24 22 b tle s a The flr l hit wa LAWIOI ICCRAE '47 BASKETBALL S O S JOTTIIGS High Scorers for the boys' team were John Smallidbe wlta a Lorln Somes WltH 129, and TySl6 Herrick with 104 John Smallldle w s the countles 01 h scorer and Jim Grant tood ln fourth place Smallid e also was Gllman's free throw champ, receivln cup for tn t honor H ment to Aa u ta to shoot for the Qt te Tltle Althouvh he falled to Det pa t the C pltOl, he dld do swell Job Hl h scorers for tle Girls' team were HelenaSolari Wlth 128 Muriel Fernald wlth Sl, ard Pat Foster wlth 72 Foul ShOOt1H' aw rds vent to forw rd, Ielena SO18Pl and bu rd fnne Walls Il h scor rs for tue Jayvees were Nllfx saallldke Wlth lld, Rooer RlCH8PdSOH w th lOl nc Mims GPlUd1S wlth 71 The Fresh men urder the d1f6CtlOH of r Coatesalso h d a te m thlS ye r a gre t ssetfor'Gllmen's future teams Dotty H ynes, u rd and Dottle Graves, forxard, were hioh scorers ln the foul shoot in contest for three consecu tive years Those who lave se n Miles Grlndle play tnls yelr know heplays a very ,ood nfloozn game Good luck next year 'Iiles Those of you vho s w the rls pl y the BlueHlll glrls sport lntheir pl y ofi mu Nltnessed sxe 1 same ized new f rthey have can a e thatflrst 5 me at SOutHlGSt bor four years ago Than the effort of tlelr co ch, MISS Greenle f they n ve cone a long way to win the champlonshlp 14 thell sectlon of the county thls year Gllman loses three of thelr lette nen, nd flV tHG1P letter lrls maeteam 'will certainly miss them ne t yea n l'll oet tHGYWl1lHU6S those lon bus trlps" We or WlCHd d son and Nlffy male a ,ood com bin ClOn t the for! rd ao t Chln' Soaes snowed great deal I LWQPOVGMGUU tne season rolled along, slould be hot next year The Hoxnets will WlSS Dot Graves and those dGClSlVG long shots of hers Pat's blllty to et round the floor Wlll be an year Dead eye Val and fast shooting Ruthie should also make it not for y of the OlP1S' ovgoncnts The Jayvees will lose Sterllno H slell who plans to atto a Gould Ac QPHY at Bethel Good luck Sterl and you Seniors too 'e near that Nr Coates is Q01 g to coach you girls next e r, you lucky lrls" Janette Wumill certllnly held her ofn ln the Du rd sectlon tlls ye r TJSlG FOPPlC1 was certalnlj hot t Belf t ou lt to ma e outall ri ht next lear sro Gr ves a ratler qulet 1 d, always stands out in the buard sectlon UOOd16 ou lt to go out for pole v ult lhe lrls will Nl tnccalm andsteady p tience ofMiss Green f o e sh the best o luck t T lne Sure hopevrs Kin nev is back next year She ver talnly does know how to turn out a d61lClOUSFw8l Our nnual ban quet could never h ve been half so good but for her tralned hand It's each wieldlna the cook poon re lly a swell Wlnd up for season , X c 1 ' ' 0 C 1. 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' - f ,El 'V 11 - 'T I ,D , SECOND TEAM BOYS FRESHMAN BOYS' TEAM THE FPESHMAN BASKETEERS On January the seventeenth the first Freshman team ever to clay under the name of Gilman opened its se son Our team was comoosed of Larry Jordan, Robert Suminsby, Walter Wright, Robln Walla Alton Pinkham, Dana Smith Allen Fernald Jack Tr cy Ernest Smallldge, Dale Somes, Larry Cousins and Tommy Graves Our coach was Mr Coates Our first game was played whole team played a good game and we won by the score of 23 Our next game was with Ella worth at Ellsworth City Hall Their hall was much larger and the baskets and backboards were even different from our though we had the helght advan tage, the were faster and better 9CQU8lHLGd with the floor and bac'boards We didn't play a very good game and got trim med 51 25 The thlrd game was with Ells worth down here We were sure we could beat them, but on the day of the game our best guard Dana Smith, was ill so that he could not play, and another good guard got hurt ln the third perlod The game ended with us on the short end of the score 40 25 Soon after th1s game ve traveled to Seal Harbor to pl y School e were players but that didn't slow us down. Ne all did a good job and beat them Sl-16 Dunham Gramm r missing three Our last game was with five Sophomore Jayvee substltutes Because of lack of transporta tlon we had on hand but five Freshmen That didn'+ stop us though and we Ulayed the best game of our se on At the end of the game we were but two DO1HtS behlnd The score was 40 58 We are proud of our Freshman team and hope that if next year s team Joins in a league wlth Bar Farber Pemetic and record that we can be prouder LAWRENCE COUSINS '50 , L . . . u , a , - . . . . ' L. 0 0 with Stetson Grammar School. The Ellsworth, they ,will turn in a - of. - 20. Q A s. Al- 1 W . J X Q a . W Q 17 Y, FIRST TEAM CHEERLEADERS SECOND TEAM CHEERLEADERS - ,l 4' ,.NN SW. ,,.v, N -v-,. A. ,, .S ' f ' . 5 - 4 A 4 -rx x r 1 1 fm, X- v 4 -1 ' , . 7 f 4 .' n ., .- .J f . - 5 u - A - 4 1 1' 1' ' rw V, .. - v...f M.L.,...J f INFIEIDERS fa-!'9ll mary- BATTERYM N OUTFIELDERS BASEBALL SCHZDULE e They April Ellsworth Q Tortne st H rbor Bucksport Q Bucksport A Bucksport Q Northo t Harbor Pemetlc O Northe st Hlrbor Bar Harbor Q Lorthe t Harbor Belf st Q Belf st Pemetlc Q Southwest I rbor Belf st Q Northem t H rbor Sulliv n Q Northe t H rbor Bar H rbor Q Bar H rbor Brewer Q Brewer Sullivan O SHll1VTH Total Points 11 HICHLIGhTS Thls year w s one of the most succe sful se sons eve engojed by any b seb ll te 1 from Gila n Just to 1ent1on few of the orieht spots xe h d were The dofo t of fllswortn for our first wln the swamping of B r h rbor on our return game wlth them nd the vic tory over Brewer for our 10th wlr Althouoh few he d ches were suffered durin the Sl th nd HlUtH lUHlDgS, our boys 0 10 out on top Mr Coates can vouch for tnls low for a few 1Hd1V1dU l hlghll n 'd p' fbbott proved to be very effective in most dpoe rances c pecl lly the last Bar Har bor ame Eddie Brown turned in F13 usual ood season be1ind the te e r lly h t tl t o 11 too Prob bly the mo t lmprovod memoer of t o team m s George Tr cy At flrst lt vas rat er doubtful t er he would ,ull ou 1 or not o t h ve r e Pore th n onc tllS ge r he ha pulled the old Hhidden oalln tr ck o the opposition loboly deserves nny ao e crcdlt for t 15 season than does Co tu Throu h ev ry O me nd every practlce he was there OffGPlHg hls help and pl yln lon wltn he re t of us J r o c les on c 1 f n t t h s in store for baseball or basketb ll but no n tter nu 11 the ov l Jed nd al t o 1 o cheered fro the e lor cl N130 you the best of luck JIM GWflT '47 Cdodesty of tne EPltCP prev nts hls mention of snort stop Jim re lly looked like nbib le gue stuffu the w J he ylCVOd ofl some of tqose 'hot ones Remenber the Home run he Hlt durin th t eventful B r d rbor ne? The 'ditors BATTING AV YAG S R B I LBID RS PITCAING RBCORES Won Lost Brown 6OO Grant Abbott Gr nt 556 J Sm llidge 18 W Richardson 5 Abbott 428 M Grindle 2 O Graves 566 Team Hitting Aver ge 565 W 25 4 f I ' a a 5 5 25 8 6 T 2 Q ' -n J fv - 6 4 5 - ' H -a 5 9 4 7 ' T as 8 5 9 a 1 a ' 7 11 14 ' 0 f la 14 4 17 a ' .s a 7 2 21 a as ,Q 10 5 25 a f a 22 5 26 L - 6 5 28 - 'L 9 5 .. F. 1 57 7 T- ........... ' a . s a er ' 1 a a at r LC . RJ ' 1 ' ' Q U- -a g ' Q nl ' ' 1' Y -' , a a A an v , ., a l - ' f'l. U a ' a a ' , 5 'X a '-,l '. ' ,ar - .. O - O O I n - a Q L1 . o . It Q I L R 2 . a , As 'a 'f - 5 1 . 2 1 .' 3 I . . ple . H ea 1 la 'a , . a . s - A 1 ' h ' 'Q Q- o 0 . 1' h WE: h . v 1 thr il 'u ve C11 .e to 4 A 6 hand it to him, he did a good job. Leave it to Johnny to pull the s11res.i,s s . 1 a Q 1 ' f a s ' - V i n ' . V ' . H r 1 ' h' if A Mr. a ss. 5 c fa a " ' ' n ' ff- fd ' 1' TY 1 5 t C- - 6 94 CJ - s . ffczzt "ei is an th r q' ' ti . 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'V V ' f, ff ' 1 I ,l' ' ' ' "1 VV 1 ,. f - I1 K7-VA-- -V 1, A -'IA ff A ,V-V ll , A X! r V, r I P ' fx ,K . x j XS- ,, ' Y k 1 W -4 ,-, V . -N 1 " 'N 1' " x VU , V - V VV. E sl I , . K V . f b ' 5 Y: V,.fX. 1 , ,f ,f for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for for GILMAN ALPHABET Anne, who out rates us all, Bob, who is handsome and tall. Crocker, a devil is he, D tty, who' busy as a bee Eddie, who is Dot's delight Fern, who's vlth Jin every nlfht Glorla, ho'll gradu te soon helen her niclname 18 HGoon Isabelle she giggles wlth glee Johnny, a saortman is he. enneth the pltcher of our team Lavris, who's alfays on the be m UHPIOD who lS an efflclent lass Forma, cowboy muslc 13 her class Oovortunity whlch everyone has, Parker, who doe n't llke 3 zz Qulet, vhlck ve seldon f Roger, the handsomest by ar Stewie an artist of our st f Uns t facto h1 Valerle J o is foreve l lter wqo s certalnly nest fm s e V cation e ll e oe t lllng t games we hed the ZlD of the glrls who cheer Put them ll tonether Pll the way from A to 4, In falr or stormy we ther They me n G1l1an Hlgh to me I o oo r te o ' s V . ' . s , 1 l v ' A L ' L. J LJ Q . 'JAY rj QL -I , f , - n ., . . ' J ' ' ' ' J I A V - AL , J v el, , . . . . A- ' , L , , . . 1 ' . , Q ,v ,Q , 0 . .Q V Q o. q . ' ' A J , d rre, 1 A v g. A X 0 , I' r 2 L' 'L 1 "L for lysie, who hand: you a laugh. aeis a TY, w.Lch we s ll n 2 'e, vh F ate. We A , 'I ' ' y a Le , X . ' 1. ' .,a , th a a N N b S., the ye 4 as L .r, . . 4. L N . a ' , -- s H X L- .A ' 1 fl .4 I c. A . V . 1 g,. .A - l . g WHO'S WHO 1D the GILNAT HIGI CIOOL ZOO ,!,ff"C!,XN OCTOPUS Eddle Brown 1 2' S ,ff ' N f PARROT Mary P rker 1' fff' ik!! xx. ,,f .,i:j1j5L llifflft APB Tysie Herrick igei Any r LAUGiI O HYENA Dotty Haynes 7 00 WOLF Cliffle Damon X f f I fff CAT Bobby eeaveg ff D' V! 7' fZPlOlE"'1 Mllton Crocker XZ IGB kNf 'PN F Ar QBLAR y'V,fUyfLff CLAM QA N Q f xxg X .NWN J XM! f .57 Nfl f ,X ,J fx,- f ""N f LOVE BIRD Helen Tr cy 'v "' TT Marion NcCrae LL Robert Parker X DUO' Donald Se vey Steve Wood Stetson Carter OWL Barbara Le ch fzxh LEAP FROG George Tr cy :Z'AfI WOODP CKER R mona Spr ',f VUL Jlmmie Glant WOLVTRLIP Je nne Coston SNA IL Jim mean " I BEAVBR Dottle Gr ves X Lua!!! r l'LWHf IT Flor CG Ven 1 xx, V! 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