Gorham Normal School - Green and White Yearbook (Gorham, ME)

 - Class of 1933

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'4 ' 4. .5 ' 'W' "" ,W ii? ff:-Wx 0 0 N X 145 X i2':::ME:'::f,J X XB 'ffmssocxvi GREEN and WHITE 1933 Theme Qfrowth VOLUME XV PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS GORI-IAM NORMAL SCHOOL GORHAM, MAINE 4 o 11 MISS KATHARINE HALLIDAY TO MISS KATHARINE HALLIDAY foz lhzrty ezght years a leachez zn thzs school WHOSE LIFE AND TEACHINGS haue been an mspzratzon to many generatzons of students WHOSE NOBILITY OE CHARACTER has anzmated all those Wx: THE FACULTH AND STUDENTS of the Gorham Normal School euez mzndful of our przuzlege do Dedzcale thzs 1933 edzrzon of the GREEN AND WHITE lives that haue touched hers, ' '- ', f' f . .,-, PoREWoRD The Editorial Board has chosen "growth" for the theme of this issue of the GREEN AND WHITE. It is Httina that we should do this, as the book is dedicated to Miss Halliday and shows the development of the school during her long period of service here. The art department has depicted this period of matu- ration, using trees as a symbol. We hope that you like our book and that in the years to come the expansion and development on Normal Hill will produce a school more nearly perfect than ours of 1933. L 1 ARRANGEMENT THEME EEETQATTUN EUEEWUEE QAMEUS SQENES EM, JLTT SEN QES JUN QES ATQUMNT ORGANJIZATIIUNS ATHLETICS SQEQQL INTERESTS 1 i'7:f,E"!5':iVNj' A , , A f f ?'5"?'3E1ff2'i' '7L'1fl'3?--if'iillfs-55--EQ. '-553351 V. fi J . V, T N -l..., vluq. Entrance to Corthell Hall Main, Doorway to Russell Hall Russell Hall ' Campus Trees Princz'pal's Residence in Background .Z Corthell Hall from Russell Lawn v I l IQ 1? 4? ap, Academy Hall Forge and Machine Shop I K w Robie and East Halls Junior High School Campus -1 K Rfk I XX ya if may 3,1 X 55" eiuffflf XX N Xkf Q S- NN .V L-' l N lifk w QQQ QQ Q f CUHY ww' '---N X 'f 2 .Z If '-- xx fx X , . ml , X N" Wy ' NM s rl W tm N an . -XQXVR 1+ N Vx' xx 'll X 'J ll yicf ig MW W 4 W 1 N ' A - ,Q 'HK V w i ' c if W XM V77 94 1 . .rw whvsls Q E are X e K 'Q 1 " K ' 9 e I l I A P page SE'L'6l1lL'FIL A TEACI-IER'S PRAYER Make me a better teaeher, Lord, today Than I was yesterday and days before. Help me to see, O Lord, that more and more I reach toward perfection in Thy Way, And not mine own. And granting that I may A little richer be in teacher-lore: Give me, I pray, O Lord, from Thy great store Some spark of fire divine in what I say. All this I ask, not for myself alone, Nor for aggrandizement in eyes of men, But for the sake of those, my youthful class, Whose destiny to only Thee is known. Let me not be content tomorrow then, Unless I shall today's results surpass. LOUIS B URTON WOODWARD VVALTER EARLE RUSSELL, A. BQ, D. ED. CXMESLEYAN UNIVERS1'L'Y, RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE OF EDUCATIONQ Principles of Teaching M fXRY LOUISE HAS FIYGS CAs1111O1w NORMAI SCIIOOI COLUNTBLX UN1x1'Rs1Tx 5111111111 SCHOOL LOLORADO blX'1l' 11:Ac111'uC. 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NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, .AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF NORMAL IXIETHODS, COLUMBIA UNIVERSI'I'Y, JUILLARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC Music. I NIIJIISIC lzallz, its rlzarmsf' 'wlzizrlz are accc-lmrafed by he grave and po-zsc of the falemtczl woman who has zeljvfd lo -make our Innes so enjoyable lzfrr. CLIFFORD O. T. VVIEDEN, B. S. COLBY COLLEGE, ACADIA UNIVERSITY, BATES SUMMER SC HOOL Economics, Sociology, Tests and Measures, Athletics. 11112 lVfiedc1-z -is CL past master of the art of keeping the mental blades of SlL'1flCi0'1IfS gromzd to a msov' edge. VELMA LUCILLE I-IOLBROOK, A. ED. M. XNTIEATON COLLEGE, MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, HARVARD COLLEGE F rench, Latin. In her classroom, lVf'iss Holbrook t1'nnsj1o1'fs one, as if on cz magic carpet., fo fha s-zmny fields of lv0l'7'llfl1ZlI'j'. ESTI-IER ELIZABETH VVOOD, A. B., A. M. COLBY COLLEGE, RADCLIFFE COLLEGE United States History, Modern European History, XVOrld I-Iistory. In Miss Wood we jimi a gemliue frieucl who has given us much fo carry afway with us besides 1'l1.at cou- mined in books. page twenty-Iwo TO THE CLASS OF 1933 To become a c1t1zen of the Unrted States an al1en must not only swear allegrance to the Umtcd States but also must renounce allegxance to all other natrons especrally to the one from whrch he came In lrfe 1n general rt IS other wlse From cl rldhood to matuuty respons1b1l1ty IS cumulatwe ln your early years the home cxrcle demanded your alleglance You were responsrble to father and mother and to them were tred up your Joys and sorrows After Z1 b1t was added allegrance to school To rt you owed your best and from IL you recerved 111 propormon as you gave your best Love for home and responsxbrlrty to rt sull remamed Soon you w1ll leave school as a student bewrmg a State certrlicate to teach Thereby a new allegrance w1ll be added to those already exrstrng You wxll be responsrble to puprls, to parents to school oflicers and to the State that certli cated you As you meet those new respons1b111t1es honorably and eHic1ently you wrll prrzc more hrghly and fulill more completely your oblrgatrons of allegxance to home and school VJALTER EARLE RUSSELL ' ' J 1 . ' . 'I L ' ' . L ' ' . 5 1 . . . L ' C . Y - - . ,-I' .. -' 3 -, .V,,, , 1-4 Vin - ,T-4-4: 4...'- Og- f. 1.5 1' , I it H.-w3uj'.f---551 , rf',j,- 5,31 , ,, ,: - -,.1.:,.f1j.: -' , 4 ,J , , , 1 . . -.: 4.-,. , , , V q-L...-A V. . ,- .1 ,.4.f..'g..,f1.f.-3 -- -- F-1".4:?:.fif ff-v. ' 1:-f ' ',Ca:'r-ffgs.z. 3-:rift '.fJfff'1',1g5.-.'-jggcgh " ' 1 ' ' ' ' .' ' -: fp -.5-4 '. 1 A ' ' -' ' - ,g-. 15-ia 5- A ' l-3: ','3-f"i'.'G'-NMI - -. '-"'-f 'f'f:"'1'r 'Z Li S -jg.. v A J lfeljc.-S-fp-.491-'..' ' .J , : -ya 1.1! ' I., T ., ' ' ,sf 'W-A krynjw-I, j-Eg.-?.,7.Ap ,LF 4 1 -A .1 :, K +-5513, , -.5-, ,C , J, 1 ., " si " 'pf'-w----I ', 1-I I ' -'I S ,-:'--S- J ,..f" f 7'1" 4-1 I, 'T L? I, X 1, 1 I -H at - I 1-X. ,L 1f-i'-- ' , . X . 1 5 - - L, , , K, ,. 'l , IN X . 3.x P' P. L 1. , X. ., LOUlS BURTON XNOODVVARD, A. B. BATES COLLEGE, HARVARD LAW SCHOOL. HARVARD ' SUMMER SCHOOL Science, School Law, Ethics. A frule disciple of the .9cie'nces, 0f7t?ll-lIIl7IllCll and ever pafielzl. He i.r a teacher of iC'll0lll- it can fruly lm said, "The flame of lmozulcdge grew lzriglzter -in Ihe minds he faz1ght."' GERTRUDE LINCOLN STONE, B. S., A. M. FARMINGTON NORMAL SCHOOL, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Psychology, Rural Sociology, History of EClL1C21tlO1'l. Gradually but effectively lI'Cl1lSf01'lILl'll'g prospective teachers "from what they are io what they ought to be" IlLli.s's Stone lnsfrires all with a sense of 'lll-Cl'CClSl7Ig knowledge 'in the work they are zmdermkivlg. NELLIE WOODBURY JORDAN, B. S. BOSTON UNIVERSITY, LIARVARD SUMMER SCI-IOOL, COLUMBIA LlNIVERSITY, PALLIER SCHOOL OF PENMANSI-IIP History, Hauclwriting. lfVas there ever cz. wonzrm more glfll-CI'0llSlj' emlmced with those virtues so necessary to S1lCC6'S.Yflll teaching at-hd the giving of wise eozrhsel lllllll our Dean of llf,0lIIClI? JESSIE LOUISE KEENE, PH. B. XNESLEYAN UNIVERSITY General Science, Bird Study. Rare is the gift of a Cl'llU'lIlvl1Ig yet 1HlClSSlllll-lllg 111.a.n- ner whzeh alzoaye makes a teacher beloved by her pupils. page twenty 1 , . 1 If ,i1-- v111f.3ji5,,'Ag1'. 211 ,fig ,' 1 W' ', if J ik,-L il: 'f'flx'1gv5 ' 5 1.'g,,,5,f2'-jg.Fgfgfff-Q'jj5jfs'J,1:1l.r,,g:?4-if-jgfjin ,'.T1'l',':'f1i 13 "til, "if" 1 ' " -Q' - 5,11 1-ff-1'f3f,"'11-"'lfVi',:r1i'i-'ff51..w,.'i' 'ls'-i11"'3f1' J1 J' 'JV1 QS- ,3-F 'iff' . 'iff-'T ' W . ' , ,AfL'1"?.?.7??f2:ViH 11:31 111 f-' 12-1 ,Q 1- - x 1 11. 2 , , ,L 1 fy-7-1 ff "'-ff - "',fff- dv- M. 1- . - ,311 ,,.-' 'H :N 'f'-'ffix "f,Q:,f'-5 if bf - 'V '71 ff VT-wii U 2217.1 1' 1' f.7'i-"' ' '77 'TW ,- " fl A--fi' V5-l 'ff f'A1:'1 p" ' - --cg, T ' A 1 " QL 2 "-.41--1. " ' 1 1 lf 1 if , 1-5 '-'24 3-171,11 L . f, 1 3. X 5 11, , 1 -f-z,1G..,- k 1 nl ,I If 'V 511- -1, A1 I xvmxi 11 ' 1 '1-5 1 1 , .V 1 if -1'-1, , 1,-1 1- 1,1 -11 1 ww, , ,,,., 1v,..1 1 1, ,k., 1 V ..1 1-, . 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'X-7..,3Y1g pq: 1.. -' 1'..f--3: 4- K 'zfffz jf 45.14 Y R.-JL.:-CU'1'Q:'E.i4g ' ' ' ful-jg 'Yi ' ,fiiflarz ' 5- -'ffgf-,Ia -"fi . ,zprg-:7:'1:'1j.L-r4 f 1. W. I ag,-1-N-,I .N ' " .-.-,jx-I Iyz. I 'fkzrir Aw- +1 H ' -I . I-A : -. ' .Irf Miz. -' feyL...i VZ, W.. ff fi '-,S 'ff 'Tiff Us .1 I I - gi y1"'af L 'Y 'Xml--7' I' 1, Y X. I N -J' :N ' " L ' I W .' Li' K ..-. . I , X ,V 4.1 I I I f X J 1 ETI-IELYN FOSTER UPTON, B. S. SARAH REED, B. P. E. MARYLAND COLLEGE FOR VVOMEN, CHICAGO NORMAL SCHOOL Physical Education. a zmrifalvlc fountafiw. of 1.71-.S'f7l7'0ll07l lo flzosa inivrvsivrl in any aflzlelic acfzvlfy. GORI-IAM NORMAL SCHOOL, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY Mathematics . Logaritlzms, q1mdrot1'cs, f70ly7Z-01llllllS, ct Cetera, become fascinatirzg wllcn fv1'c'.s'e1Itcd by lmr who was Imafzillzously 'ZU!'lC07llI.7tl fo Normal Hill. LYDIA MAY JENCKS, B. S., A. M. BESS O. LEXNIS, A. B., M. S. PIIRAM COLLEGE, OI-IIO2 STATE COLLEGE, OREGON Literature. A 11IC"ZUC0'7lI!?7' this year, but already slm has the f1'I'w1zl- slzfip, c01Ifidc'11cc an-cl acllzwratiovz of all ilzosa with wlzom slw comes in contact. RHODE ISLAND STATE COLLEGE, BROWN UNIVERSITY, SUMMER SESSIONS, STATE NORMAL SCI-TOOL. GENESEO, N. Y. In flu' sanctuary of our new lrilzrary, Bliss Jmzcles is wer ready Io suzooflz. out our troubles, and open to as mcmy lziddwz. l'1'easI.z1'es in books. page twenty-fozn' Rad'ia1'in.g good 1lC7Ullll and ilm basl of spirits, slzc -is 'ex K In 'Z N I I I.fXRR1EflfTE G.-XYX ELL TRA SK liAS'l'IERN STATE NORMAL SCIIOOL, IEIVANNIS NORMAL CSI' M MER SVP-IOOLJ, HARVARD UNIVERSITY QSUM- MER SCHOOLJ, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY History, Gcograpliy, Civics, Physiology in junior I Iigh School. Illixx 7ll'll.S'lx',.f u'1'g11if y and 4'fI'il?IlCI1I-V attitude foward all r'o111111m1n' t'0f5f7t'I'lIfIOIl of H10 Ingllvsi' I-vpn 'itllliffl is so 7If'l't'.S'.YClI"X' Ill llzv lIl0fft?7'll .rIfl1o0I. 'X-.1 ' .HAYD,EN LAVERNE ANDERSON, B. S. E. SCHOOL, BATES COLLEGE SUMMER SCHOOL, BOSTON UNIVERSITY I lfgh School. fmxiliml of p1'im'ifvaI in flir J1!IlfUl' Hlifjllv Srlzool, I SUM MER SCI-IOOLD EMMA FRANCES HARRIS XYIIICELOCIC lilNIJ1'IRGAR'1'EN 'fRA1N1NG SCHOOL. lQl11LlCl'gZU'tCll Theory, Supervisor of Iill1ClC1'g'Zll'fCl1 in rllfilllllllg School. ,Vo laxk is 100 Iilllr lo be 0z'L'1'I0okvd by ilzis frm- .fl'l'Ul1-ff0ll.Y Imrllcr who dvliglzfs in doing ,vuzall things in I1 grcfzl' zwzy. fllfjl' Iwculy-jitfe A LOIS ELEANOR PIKE GORIIAM NORMAL SCHOOL, I'IARVARD SUMMER. SCHOOL, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL Primary Reading, Priniary Arithmetic, Supervisor of the -lunior Primary in the Training School. "iBf"f0I'l?'I go. I IIIIISI' tall you flzis sioryf' Likf"ZQ'I'.YL'. do lllllilj' iizfezvslizzg little invidcnzfs find Ilziei-2' Ecfay into lm' classes I0 help b7'1igflf'L'1I up Ilze dl!-V'S work. - . 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V91-r' Y 1, L '--gqg:Ai.g,- V.-' diff-e" ,WX R' 117311-1.j L .G-N",Lf'ifV.3lir-1' 4 .Q R li V 'L . fc'-SMNST77 T' ' 'XFf"'1f"' J mv' ll f 'Lx L1-U15-if i ' -I' fi' - "V ':"i.x 1' ' ""' ' ' ' L4 Q. :Vw 'V Vi S-TNS . 1' 1-fi , 31" af--f '--- lu ' - 55- -' J 1 ' '-is ,- k ww 4 r. x ,. yn .:L- f..-3 H., gy--.v ll - V IL f rl, 1 I: -f x Supervisor Of Grades Five and Six. All dijiculfies are overcovne by her outwardly calm and collected 111amz.e1' 'while her ffiizacious spirit is trcms- ferred I0 lhose alzo-uit her. Supervisor of Grades Que and Two. lldliss W'l1i1'co11'1,b's cl1ar111:i1z.g perso-rza-llty -is fl delight lo behold and wins for her an ever 'widening circle of friends. ' ETHELIND IZORA SCOTT, B. S. E. CASTINE NORMAL SCHOOL, BOSTON UNIVERSITY Mathematics and General Science in Junior High School. Anozflzer recent addition to the f7'fll7'1'l77,g school faculty who speaks of zodiacs, eclipfics, constellczltlons and as- teroids as easily as we speak of the wemfher. NORMA GLADYS THURSTON GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL RUTH LOUISE MILLER GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL Supervisor of Grades Three and Four. Forfmz-a1'e -indeed are those pupils in whose teacher is fozmd the rare C011lbl1'lf1,fl011f of factfulness, good judg- mevzf, cmd C71-fl1L1l.S'lClS'I7'L for her work that Bilfiss Aliller possesses. HELEN LUCRETIA WHITCOMB ' T GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL T page lwenly-six 1' -'LJ' ' -'T A Q " 1 W w -,. 1 ' ' '4,f5:'?7f'.': '?ffl73.-'15 11122-1 ' 1 f 'V f ' - ' 2, 1' Q- 1 " ' fu- 1+,,-1154-:.',,j15,4111 f1.:'1-1. -'gi.11f1 . - 1 J - 1- 'T f ' , ' ' W ' ' 4 -1 1.ff.:'1T."E"77if1L7'-l'ffffii-'T-3.l1.ifQjV-F-2' '. 1 ff I A ,V .: .. A - 1 , - 1. . J gvlrrf- ,Y V 1- VV' 1 1, EJ.: ',1.:. M,.":,'-1 L'h VA N- 1' Y ' V Y 'Q '-V, f,,..gf . . 3- , A 1, , , xr 11,5 -5-,1:C,3,:1, 1 ,, ,N fl, V1-.11 . ' 1 , 1 L, 1, ,,. . , O 1E. . . S 1 . 1 1 . .1 2 MARY L. 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W? 1. 0 HM X N - f fffa X 4 K ME- N12 rr. fs???s jyf T l M AL I M N I , 29' QW A 'Ihom I5 Xhlwott VN llh un Lfiglll X nun Scott 1 resident V lee Pnesulcnt Samet ny fIE'lEll!El ADVANCED SEN IORS I hold tt truth mth lnm who smgs lo one clear hmrp 11'l cllvers tones That men mav F156 on stepplng stones Of then dead selves to lnghex thmgs f!,'Illl'llS07l Aftel thlee ycams l.lZI.11lll'lQ, wc zuc about to step out 1l1t0 the evex mateual wollcl stlll hllccl wlth that lnnmng cleslre w1tl1 wluch wc enteled gxowth We have gtown cluxmg out tune he1e and wet we stlll feel that but l1ttle headwav has been made along that endless path of p1Og1CSS D111 mg om H1 st yea1, We gtew soclally as well as mentally and came to ICCOQHIIC otnselves as soclal belngs XV hen we 1eacl1ecl new C.Oll'l1'I'll1l'llt1Cb, we wlll cont1nue on, along the ught paths over whlch out feet have been Qtnclecl bv the excellent help of our faculty St1ll we must Q0 on, fol. to quote COSQIOVC. 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Ae 1 if .5 -a ' f ff. ,l i L 1 ' '--.' l jf- Z,-' 1 J 5 'r I ADVANCED SENIORS, JUNIOR HIGH THOMAS EDWARD ABBOTT "Ted" North Berwick High School North Berwick, Maine President of Class Cl, 2, 3, 4, 533 York County Club 41. 2, Cl, 45lYMCAC12'l-173"rl"SFE'l ' , 4, : . . . -. , ,a, ,Q 3 Once ta K-,4DgL-mann .inn Wnvria GX, -ll. HARRY LEE BRAWN "B1'a'wn" NVilliams High School Oakland, Maine Lamlnla Pi Sigma Cl, 2, 3, -1, 57: Glee Club Cl, 2, 3. 43. VVILLIAM O'CONNELL CRAGIN "Bill" Portland High School ' Portland, Maine Vice-President of Class Cl, 2, 3. 4, 53: President of Dramatic Club Cl. 2. 3. 4. 53 g fiREIiN am: VVIHTE 13, 43: Lambda Pi Sigma fl, 27: Civic Committee 13, 4, 57. LEONARD FORD CURTIS "C7111'l"' Bowdoinham High School Bowdoinhain, Maine Orchestra Cl, 2. 3, -L 533 Glee Club Cl, 2. 3, 4, 51: Y. M. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, -1, 573 Lambda Pi Sigma Cl, 2, Ji, -1, 51. , . ' CLIFFORD GILBERT "Clifj"' Q ,ht , , 5 XVilliams High School Oakland. Maine ' - , Laimbda Pi Sigma C2. 3, -l. 553 Glee Club Cl, 2, 3, 4, 513 Basket- ' F 'N hall ci, 2, sa, 4, nm, oimiooi- Club c1. 2, 49. V 'jf T 1-2 We T 1 .4 'J T RACHEL ADELAIDE HALLETT Hkacflicn . I It Vlfillianis High School Oakland, Maine '- Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 3, -1, 555 House Committee Ci, :UQ Dramatic Club Ci, -D Q. Outdoor Club 13. ell. SYLVIA GERTRUDE HANSCOM ,W ,,,, .. Gorham High School Gorham, Maine 'Ti Li "' -TU, Orchestra Cl, 2, Il, 4, M: Comrnuters' Club tl, 2, Zi, -1, 55: Drzu A . , ' F matic Club fl, 25 5 Art Club 13, 43. C- . ir 5 ELIZABETH GEORGIA HUNTOON HBCHQVJ' ' : Stephens High School Rumford, Maine Dramatic Club Cl, 2, 3, -1, 535 Oxford County Club 11. 2, 3, 4, 53: Civic Committee Ci, -1, 53. Q .' , IQUTH ELEANOR JACKINS "Jacky Houlton High School Houlton, Maine Aroostook County Club CH, 435 House Committee C-1, 51, Y. NV. C. A, Cl, -U. WINIFRED UPTON LAMB "Wiu.nie" Camden High School Camden, Maine Basketball fl, 2, 3, 4, 55g Y. YV. C. A. Cl, 2, 4, 513 Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 3, 43. page thirty page tim ty one JOSEPH I UIZ laxrlmawcn Hugh School lI'1ss1cl1uscltS Club C1 nl Cum Comm: cc H ethxll C1 4 oe Falrhavcn, Mass 41 Lunbdl P1 Slgnm C1 1 CRFIN xxn Wmrx. C, 43 C ns DOICIS PREBLII MARIC Dot Ln crmore l alls I-hgh School LlVCl'111Ol'C l alls, Mama cmeslrn C1 Cm ll. Commlttcc C1 7 cc u J Omcc :Cl 1 MII DRFD MCALl ISTLR an Gorhwm I-hgh School Gorham, Mame mc C0lNllllllCLC1 1 -ll Ant Cluh C1 J Lommutcrs uh r x wr N 111114 LHAICLO l TE D LANL. M11 CHILL Gorham Hlgh School Gorham, Mallle s-L C uh O c J Lnhto lLfofCRl11s. l Vnlrl WINONA AMANDA PAC,lx LXRD Wmme Declmg Hlgh School Poxtlancl Mame l'I'll'I1llCClS Cllh C1 Ccmuuu cus as ctnx GTNLVIEX II ADELLF PORILR Gen Richer ClaQs1cal II1St1tl.'ltC Houltou, Mama Du mm ltxc C, 111 w -.D Con I rc C rls Ci -U Aroostook County Cluh Ca -L ol Athletic C,ounL,1l C0 C,xuL Commxtice CJJ C'lce Club CJD LEONARD MARTIN PROVI NCAL Leu SlCOXNl1Cg'd11 Hugh School SlxOXXl1CgE!ll Mama mhmll P1 Slgnm Cl, 1 , 1 , ll , 5 Cc ull Cl, ', l , , I. . , 9, K, -ll , DlIlll11tlC C,lulJ WILLIAM LI FTLFFIELD RANSOM "BMI" Good VV1ll Hlgh School H111ClxlCy, Mame. lulllllllld Pu Sxgnm C1, J, S 4 -IJ, "C-" Clulm C1 Z, 3, -1. dl. C-lee C"h1h Cl, 1, 3 4, rl, GRLIA NND XV1u'1E Ci, 45, Oxchestrl Cl -1, '13, Bmchall C2, -IJ MERVYN SANDS ROGERS Holhs High School Commutcrs' Cluh C1, ", J, 4, '71, Class Cl ISS Bnwlmll C49 GRACE VIVIAN SCOTT Portland Hugh School urR0qvJ Holhs, Mame Basketball Cl, 2, J, :U , UVVUU Portland, Mama Commutems' Club C1, 9, I, 4 ul, Closb Seczemry Cd, 4, 55, Art C,luh Col, Cwuc C0lT1ll1ItfCE C0 R l 3 f ffif-gig f. f gf, - C. vf l J 4 -A-'f -f ' V. ' rff' T' . 4. ' ' , . .Tv ' ' 7 '-"ff.3!Zi,1g,L-' '."'T2?4 73" l:.1 LT. . . l Q Q'-z'.f lf' 3.5.1-1kf'f7l 'V' . " C .Q':L,j 1 . ' .-3 1 .1 1- . 4 ., g f V-.if ' 3' ii- f,-.ifg .' .:,w-Q.l3.7::1,.,i-fu. , x ,7?..i,'! 'V - .i,.W,E Ur 5 ig V, I ii . l V - 4 7 I rr I u l I 'N ,, ' - ' , ' .'.:2 . . 'T . 2, SI, 5 2 2 ' ' . . 2. -1. 5' 3 I' " ' I 'lt ' C3, -1, fl: I .ZH 1 .' f Z', Q .lf ' Ba.l: .2 , 2.2,-D. 3 4 4 V- -y fr -u , Y I F, . . . I: , . , Or'l . 2 , 2. Ii, 4. 555 Y. W'. C. A. C1. 2. 35, 4. 573 YV" H' ' , L, 3. -I. 5Jg Cl' Cl IJ C1, 2, 3, -1, 3 " L l U ' Stiff ,2,3',-ll. ' V Y FQ 'Q W l . 1. f . V , ' 7 "Ill - " . -i fe: i . . 1 Q. I - . C . ' - ' 'Z CT' " Y ' ' - ..1.. 3, C " V' . 2 : ' ' Cl jx A 'CZ-I, -Hg Clkilm' , l Q V 'Z CIR. 43. .' 4 M if J S 4 F' N 4 I: q 1' 1 4 , . ' 'L . . , . I ,A , ,. ' . . 12' uv- Q' K LLV. . 'gfpyggkx 2' Cvilj 'I Cl, 2, Ci, 4. 51: rch sim Cl, 2, Cl, 4, 5 g T ' r-in- I -:M .Al C'h ' T ii ' ANL X ' 5 CII, -ll. 4 .L ' '- ' 1 f' Q F H f l 1' U l lu "nl: ' - qw ' , . ' C . " . ' A ' Q' l ' Co 'l .. 2. ss, -1, mg r t -' B2 k Izll 41, 2, l n l V, ll, -ll: Cllce Cluh CSI. "5 ' . . A il l V - 1 7 ff L "7 " Y' I ll' F. if xi, WLC. A. 41, 2, 3. 4. my -. 1 ' 'I 1 11, 2, :'. - 5 . lp " vt I. Y ,I 'I N. :i 5 . ' El- . , 5' S .' E - ' " -' rg ' rg, T r, 1. li 4 X, I r: 'JJ . 7 1 - v 1 ! I La 1 ' V ' 2, f', -I, il ' Cleo Club C1 2. 3. -1. Z' ' Bai- l' .tl . 2 1' . 4 55 ' 3'lSGlD'lll C1 .. 2 ' A . ' ' C5l. f D , ., g,.' , , , ,.:.. ,...f,,-',,, fy fq,.,.- 1-'Ty-a . .' .,,i,,, , -.,,. . 1,-A,..t-'51,-,f...,. ,,,,.-1.5--.4 , - Q I " "Tir " .'j.1'1"tf-,-fr., 1.5: 'c:,',a1z,,T1.-25-fiitfl -421'-f, . "il -.I .,q: f'-'f' -' - --h-1.,Jf.,5 -.fa if fp ra-'-f 1- Lf.-. -..-' ' . . . A H' I r.-' .f - Tiny: :...1. m..-w"'- " '11,-ff, -I J .Y f - V. 'r , ,f ,, I - """f?E5 UML- I TS "ff -if-I TE'-S' ---2 J. ' V 'f 1' 'f '- T91 1 , .1 .3 - -J' f" , 1 3 Q' .' , ' ' ' " :H-" . HN- .i ll I I V 'L I X. Wifl lir- I -, . . f , ,. .- or , . , , . q ,YN i ,Q Wt , 'V ,, I- ,. r, . -rt, .- A-11:-arf.. --dl RAYMOND HENRY STORY "Ray" Gardiner High School Gardiner, Maine Y. M, C. A, 11, 2, 3, -1, 533 Alpha Lambda Beta 11, 2, 3, -L, Til, "G" Club 11, 2, 3, 4, 51, Cross Country 11, 2, 3, -D. ELIZABETH WADSWORTH SYPHERS "Betly" Cornish High School Cornish, Maine X. VV. C. A. 11. 2, fl, -1, nl, Dramatic Club 11, 2, 3. -l, nl, House Committee 1-D: GREEN AND XVHITE 13, -ll: York County Club 11. 2, 3, 4, 515 Editor-in-Chief of "Oracle" 153. JANET TAPLEY - Wfilliams High School Oakland, Maine Y. VV. C. A. 11. 2, 3, -U: Glee Club 11, 2, 3. 4. 53: Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 4, 513 House Committee 11, 2, 55, GREEN AND XVIIITIS 13, 41, Operctta 12, 47. HARRY RANDOLPH TYLER "Tylc1'J' Samuel D. Hanson! High School Buxton, Maine Commutcrs' Club 11, 2, 3, -1, 55: Dramatic Club 13, -U, Lzunhdzx Pi Sigma 13, -U: GRI-:EN AND VVIIITIS 13, 45. GEORGE 'WASHINGTON XVAKEFIELD Kennebunkport High School Kennebunkport, Maine Alpha Lambda Beta 11, 2, 3. 4, 535 Literary Editor of GREEN .mn NVHITE 13, -17, Literary Editor of "Oracle" 13-2, -4, 51. FLORA BLANCHE WVRIGHT "Fl0s.vie" Camden High School Camden, Maine Outdoor Club 11, 2, 553 Athletic Association 11, 2, 3, -U, Y. XV. C. A. 151. ADVANCED SENIORS, INDUSTRIAL ARTS LINXVOOD AUSTIN ABBOTT "l'Voodie" Brewer High School Brewer, Maine Y. M. C. A. 11, 2, 3, 415 Alpha Lambda Beta 11, 2, I-2, -1, 51: Basketball 11, 2. 3, -U3 Crosg 'Country 11, 3, 57, Baseball 12, -U. CHARLES STANLEY ALLEN "'C'l1nrIie"' Sanford High School Sanford, Maine Cross Country 11, 3, 513 Basketball 13, 4,575 GREEN .xxn NVIIITE 13, -D5 Alpha Lzunhda Beta 13, 4, 53. ,. . , V mf. i M, 5 . .s" '-X.-gli, xiii. " ' ' ."" 'Tlx 'X Jfrjd i -' f .' 75f2'..r5'tg.gf.:ia . 'A up erm" A -ut ff' . g,J3C'fJ3-5.-Y , age..-.5 tgiqw if f, f25f3.v'TXxu,L5-22 all 1-'I--e - as e ' ' L7 , a'iPf52ZQ:'-' vrfll.-4 . -.--.T-, .ff ,,1.,w-V: ' ' ,Qtififi :ff-'wg-,Q :- " I"'1L f1' LAllifa,-:Q I ,, rmvfii , gg, . n ,. .1 .ew .-1 f. J A ta..-3 ,g a In 2:1---1-tf:1. rfb .. ,ire t ,I 2. w 1 t I, of -Lf 4 N eo. 5: lr-gs Sgr, T Wei Nu-v F rfgfiflf DF page tlzirty-two l m,5"V ,uk ff-'wgq-'17 asw- '1 VJ A- -N15 ,fgfyf asf' -ff 1 "'L"-- fl 'P' rip! 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Wim RSX X'-lf' fyl ,XXLM 7 Io-NX Ilvxl L MXNJJE All gig lla-QM CLINTON ALVIN CHANDLER VV1ndham I-Irgh School Alpha 1 nmbdrl Beta C1 'S 4 J Wmdham, Mame Commuters Club C3 -1 0 RAYMOND HINKLIQY COREY Cumberland Center, Ray Mama Cnxc Committee C1 '4 -IJ Lambda Pr Slgma C1 2 5 4 Basketball C1 2 xl -IJ C Club C3 -1 .JJ Baseball C2 -I Grcelv Inst1tute LMILII DONALD COTE Jeny Sanford I-hgh School Sanford Mame Cross Country C1 l JJ Commuters Club C1 4 3 4J Lambdl P1 Srgum Cx 4 JJ Class Basketball C1 3 4 1J CRPINI A n mrr Cf -IJ C Club .JJ DWIGHT MARSHALL INGHAM Hmqlzazn Wmthrop H1gh School VV'1nthrop, Mame XI Cle C 7 4 ul Lambdl 1 AIIUDC1 B15 c :I JJ Nolley Ba .J XBDREVV ADELBERT 'XICSORLEX Andl: Gmlford Hlgh School Guilford, M'une osx Country C1 -1 J Limb 1 rgmr Cl lub 1 -I wJ Glee no :J B1ske 1 C 9 4 0 M -XXWIILL MOULTON Ma L Gardmer Hxgh School Gal dmer Marne Cross Country C1 J :J Lunrbda P1 S1gma C1 Z I -IJ X N1 A 4 -1 J Cnxc Committee C3 4 .JJ Basletb1ll 9 J Bxseball Cf -IJ BYRON RAWN SLEY S'u1ford Hrgh School Sanford Marne Iwmlmdfx Pr Sxgnm , , J, , , , , , , , Xollc County Club C1, " 4, -LJ , C-lee Club Cl, 2, ,JJ ROLAND SAMUEL SMITH "Tack" LltllCfOl'l Hlgll School Llttleton, New Hampshire Cross Countrx C1, 1, aj, X M L A C1, " 5, -1, xJ, Alpha Lambda Bela Cl. ' l. -1, JJ, Basketball Cd, -1, .vJ, Busmess Manwgcr of "Oracle" C3, -1, 'JJ frzqe flurry flzree EDVVARD WRIGHT MULLIGAN TOBEY "Ed" Skowhegan Hlgll School Skowhegan, Mamc Alpha I nmhrla Beta H -L, rl , fcnms C I, -I, nl , Gxxzuf Ann Wuui: Cl.-1J,Y M C A CJJ , Glce Club Cl. 4J 2222 Nw Lx? ,iss-'AX'l"""ll,! S fx . if.. " ' 'l 2 J riff? I lla 5, l l ? lyk W S' 1 E 3 Iv s 4 A I If 7- Wir-iililgll if 537 '1 f' iz if ff ffl rl' '3 if VV ,L-735,?1'l'j,l RWM ' ' ' I ,j ':'Q?,gg.11,jL"A'.f',f'1"-ij,-"7ff5'Qv-'j"B,' 'iiggsj "' ,. A Q, ' F iff, 74.39 fp fl 'f'?T?f2?" lf ' 1 -' ' I bl-'I Fins: A I W"-g,:'f7.2l' L1-fi7'?i3?f35l.i3W"",'Qlll. 9' :ff - -gklff. ,gf "If TI?-,. ',X?3L':fZ1' 'f'-Hill: ' '-?fr:':fZ'Z'f'."' - -i"jf?.nf1 1"Q'?1"fN' 12,5 ,- fb.-7 ' fl' ' Ffliizf FL, ' "Y ' U1 W 'fl' vi- -' - , g 'J .1 9, fl lr -1 'lf ' -1 Fur .. 2--iii: A 1 f - Q 1 ll '- I s - 1, . A ?f',.13"i'.q'Ei7. A .' A VL N .i,'l.:I2f ' xuy Q LL j. mn? .T I 1 r4Alv1 M54 . J' , , A, ' igigr . 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Many of us have prohted from observing other students seize every opportunity to push on to success. VVe have seen the value of having ideals to work for and We have created ideals of our own for which we have strived. V XV e have made teaching our aim in life. By working and through the coopera- tion of the faculty we have now reached the place where we can see our ambition about to materialize. Throughout our lives may we always bear in mind the standards and ideals we achieved at Gorham Normal School, in order that we may make this aim of ours a success. ' gage thirty-four - page thu ty five fl 1 '-1. SENIORS GENERAL COURSE MARION BARBOUR Newport H1gh School cwport Mame N H Outcluox Ch J C1 Z J Orchestra C2 NIARJORIE TOINTNEAU BARRETT llafqc Attleboro Hxgh School Attleboro, Mass C IJ 1 IL K I Outdu IMI IDA BLXRRON llclda Nlaclauaska Txammff School Fort Kent 1lI'llI1C hoo-.mol Lounty Lluh C l Arclxcry U31 Basketball HJ I-IELTN W XKELB BEDLLI North BCI'XVlK,lC Hlgll School North Berwlck Mame cc C J 1 Xorl County u ILORLNCI I-IARRIEI' BFNSON WVxGc.assct AC1ClCl1lj Jeff:-:rso11, Mamc V ll O tml 1 Ll h C1 J Xthlctxc Assocu no fl Ar C 1l1 DOlxO'1H'3. I AUl'xL'l TA BERRY D0 Cormsh Mame V nu C41 Xml County L um Lormsh Hlgh School MARX EI Ll N BOORI lx l mbon Falls I-hgh School Outcloox Klub CSI. Art Club Cil Durham Mama I OAN ROXVE BRACKE11 "Lu" Pcnncll Insutute Glay, Mame X XX L A 11. '1, U, Outcloom lluls C37 VIRGINIA I-IARRIILTI BROOKS "Gmqa'1 " Brunqmclc H1gh School Bruuswuck, Mama X W C A 11 PJ Dmnlmcllulm HJ,Cmr1x mn VVmu RH, Lllss Secxctuy il, "J ELEANOR BARBARA BROVVN "Happy" Gorham Hugh School Gorham, Mame CHIC Committee fl, 2 U , Cllce Llub Cl, ". il, Opemetla C27 af Hlgff A . Bi' J z NN I' ll U . . 1 fu f2.1igf-.:l"itj4,'33 V ':i2'.ff' 5?-Q1?:gi'I1'?fi'1l '?o1!f:?i:.2g.!fLif 5,1-If .1 :i1?T1i.1?i2::f?:ff I T119 fll5lfi',ll' ii' Mfr? pei-:L-.. 1 f ' w-.1676-'ISL-:.,1Jzalrlrisif?:fi'f1'1i14fT'f2AeiL112.'HT21L1" fhlljilw' .151 l 'llc-1,1f,:1far, . 1 - ' ' .mfg 'I-rg' -' - - f i11'uug,-..g,....+77'U-L-v.'f?2?,"-.Q 'ff 'Ee'qf,,f,f,.'1'i 'Q " . ,, I -. " "I--'lrf'ifl"f Q. 'Sf--'f5'IC5'55-7,l"'. Tj 'Yi'Tivo22:f1+fw4'fft:lf'llfl15" ":':i'I ls"-xi-41"-5'2f:1fii1L'-.' :A-V-M iw. gl X1-M1811 .1-9. u l up-T3-'J f"'.,'x 'fl f"'a'11.f- "W-"'--x.'V15 Ll4'f'jf.f.'1" . U, ,., ,V l..- .1 -. ,. . WW. .4 M ,., ,g, ,,,,, ., c, . ,..,,,v lf, 5, : Q fin 1, 1- ll 3 'FG' PM-HF? 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Q RUTH BURNELL Greely Institute Cumberland Center, Maine 1 Y. W. C. A. fl. 2, 35. .N IEANETTE MARY CALIENDO ' Mexico High School Mexico, Maine l Oxford County Club Cl, 2, 31: National Honor Society C2, 373 X Y. W. C. A. CBD: Glef: Club 135. ' , I MARGARET VEAZIE CATES I A N 3 Oneonta High School Oneonta, New York - Q Y. XV. C. A. Cl, 2, 333 Glee Club Cl, 2, 3Jg Outdoor Club Cl, 21. n '-g DOROTHY HELEN CLARK "Dat" Q, fin Scarboro High School Scarboro, Maine l Q A Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 25: Commuters' Club CSD. l VIRGINIA MAE CLARK "cfm Cape Elizabeth High School Cape Elizabeth, Maine HUNV. C. A. Cl, 2, 33: Outdoor Club Cl, 29, GREEN AND Wmwm I RUTH EVELYN CLAY "Ruthie" Mattanawcoolc Academy Lincoln, Maine gb XV. C. A. Cl. 2, 313 Outdoor Club Cl, 255 GRI-:EN AND XVHITIZ , l . .j-9 'V-: MYRTIS MAE CLOUGH Lawrence High School Lawrence, Mass. Glce Club GSH Outdoor Club CSM Y. VV. C. A. 131. MURIEL ISABELLE COOK "Cookie" Cornish High School Cornish, Maine Kid' 27.35. A. fl, 2, 335 Outdoor Club fl, 2, Zip, Basketball RENA LUCILLE CRAGUE "Rena" Wfestbroolc High School Westbroolc, Maine Commuters' Club 11. 2, 33. , , ALITA MAE CRANE "HH" Winter Harbor High School Winter Harbor, Maine ' Art Club Cl, 255 Dramatic Club C1, 2, 33, Y. XV. C. A. Cl, 2, 31. page thirty-.si.1: l WA EEK' ,aff 1,14-P f'.a if-,412-'ff-1 ,940 wbiggxfff' KF ff 52,31 H E 5 miie.. wil .p Aa l I' I 1 lx fad' 'li I 4 page llm Iv cefueu X Brxclgtou High School -9:-f 57 7'w7-A A I k.D4 flf 15,1-,L CAROL3 N FREEMAN CROOKER Brlstol Hugh School W C A C1 ' J Outdoor u ' JJ Lmcoln County, Club C1 'J 5 House Committee C35 Brxstol Mamc CLARICE EVELXN CURTIS Clmc ltreeport Ilxgh School Freeport Mame X MARJORIE IRENE CUTTS Cuftszc Boothlru Harbor 1-hgh School Boothbwy Hwrbot, Mfuue KMC A C1 7 35 Lmcoln County Club C1 I Outtoor 1 MADELYN SMITH DLXGGF F1 Lwz XVells Hlgh School Wells Mame OlllLl00l Club C1 ij Xork County Club C1 'D X XV C 1 J Dramatnc Club K MARY EVELINE DODGE Boothbay l'lBI'lJ01 H1 h School East Boothbav Mmue Dl1I111flC Club K1 J I lee Club Cl 'J Lmcoln Louuty Club CU LOUISE DOLLIX FR Rockliml H1 h School Rocltlaucl Mime amatlc Club C1 2 1 Clun J kmuual llonm ucty 11 Clue ommxttee C J M ARGARET ELISABLTH DOW Stephcns Hxgh School atxouul Honor S clctg fl, , , X 7 County Club Cl, 9, il lllagqm Rumforcl Mame C31 , Ov ou CORA MAE DYER Bxxdgton, Mzuue Y VN C A CLD HELEN PDVVARDS Casco H1011 School Casco, Mama rs X XV L A K1 " il, Outdoor Club CLUB FRANCES FLIZ ABETH FOSS "L1b" Ehot Hlgh School Ellot, Mama Y NV C A ll, U, ij , York County Club Cl, 9, H, x'xtlXlSOIj Boxrcl of "Oxacle' CD Outdoor Club Cl, '73 lacy J-f".4:v"f'l ffm H x .2 frm J jllr .ff .,.,QVlf K qw! leg' L 3 J 0 l 1 f fx l K ' 'Qi f l ' om ., I . . l I . 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C , 2, 3 5 ' BD. 'L R ' 1 l 4 4 - NH ' ' 1 - I ' S - . , S '-1"f'- ' . w . . , . .. . .. . . f '11 ' 't t , 2 Q I ., 1. Q 1 . V I , 4 E54 GQ I 'sfo 2 l 4 7 - . ,,. . L 'g , ' C ' V .X 2 x u " ' ,Eff 325 Aft ' l Cl, Z2 3 'z ' ' ' ' 1 so--' ,z,:aJg .V L. :a. f , , ' , h 4 4 Q r ff -I ' V! .Ei . 3 .1 . y . N ' f -'O-iw .2 ral- vs. C. A. 1- .f -1 r 25' ' pfEZi?Elif5T'Lfi3' lf fri'i73fI562,iiEL?7jff55375555335 fvfffr-iI'f'5i' F i 'l fi ??'r7iiffIfi " fff:'WEE?::3TS--.Q Wifi" " ' . . . 7 'H ' ffliiiiifigiilf'ff375f9TTfr+"3'35i5-MK '-wif lfx. a -'Mi-5sfQQb": JL j3f1?f7"?-Q rf' r?Zgi'31 I--'Tl .1 iff f,,nf:'57J'Q f wee lu awe e H l if ws: 1 v .-ff i- :lf ls.. M , -- I llhfif- . was' .fe ers.. .-fit. A L-1 L- .. l.- Ll ' -r. fl ii Eg. ,ling-, ...Af - 'u-D,- by Alai,-.. 1 .+' " 1, f Q I -- . Q. 1 . l IVIAXINE FRANCES GAGNON "1Wa.1"' I Madawaska Training School Fort Kent, Maine I ' Aroostook County Club 135: Hockey C313 Archery CBJ. ' Y X A l 35 ' THELIVIA BEATRICE GILMAN HTIIUIU Waterboro High School Waterboro, Maine Commuters' Club C1. 223 Y. VV. C. A. C335 Outdoor Club CU. RUBY EVELYN GINN Ionesport High School Jonesport, Maine Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 33: Washington-Hancock County Club Cl, 2, IU: Outdoor Club Cl, 23. , RUTH ELAINE GRIFFIN "G-riffic" Haverhill High School Haverhill, Mass. Massachusetts Club Cl, ED: Civic Committee CI-U3 Y. XV. C. A. fl, 2J. CELIA NASH GROSS Waldoboro High School Waldoboro, Maine Lincoln County Club Cl, 2, 353 Gilman ,mn NVHITE CBJ, HATTIE EMMA GUPTILL Waterboro High School Outdoor Club Cl, 215 Track 125. Waterboro, Maine MARY EDITH HALL Melrose High School Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 335 Civic 'Committee C1, 2, 315 Glee Club Cl, 275 Gaiam: AND XNIIITE 135. Melrose, Mass. MILDRED GRACE HAMOR "Mill-ic" North Berwick High School North Berwick, Maine Y. WV. C. A. Cl, 2, Iilg Glee Clnh Cl. 2, 31 3 House Committee Gil. BARBARA IEANNETTE HARMON "Barb" Scarboro High School Scarboro, Maine Civic Committee 11, 2, HJ: Y. NV. C. A. Cl, 235 Basketball fl, 2, 31: GREEN .mn Wuvrxz Gly. ROBERTA BAILEY HATHORNE "Bobbie" Morse High School NViscasset, Maine Y. WV. C. A. K1, 2, 333 National Honor Society Cl, 2, 33g House Committee 133. I 43 . v , 'Q .. I gi., , l ,, . ., X. gil.. , page thirty-eight. fi! lvaqv lhn M' HHH? ELIZABETH MH RA HAYNES R.lCl1ITl01lCl Hlgh School Rlchmond IVIQIIIC Cee Club 11 ' il X NV C A CH Outdoor Club J ELEANOR NIIIADI' I-IIIBB Brxdgton Hlgh School Outdoor Llub fl I X V C LEONA ALTINE HIGGINS Holhs Hlgll School Lommutem Club Ill ALICE HILLS Portland Hlgh School Comnmutexs Lluh C1 I Art um LUCIA ANITA. HINCKI EY Mxlbrlclgc Hlgh School Vcllzr BI'1dgt0l'l Mzune Snooks Holhs Manue Bobby Portland Marne an Mllbrxdbe Mame ee Club 7 Oracle Staff K1 n mc C I lb J I'dltoru1 L ul. CRIFN wo VVIIITI LOUISE COOPLlx HUNI Vu ewport Hrgh School Newport Maine ldool Llub ll 'J W C A BARBARA LX DI X HURD Baal: North Bcrw1clx High School North Bcrw1ck, Maule Dlnmatu. Club C1 " il, iwlee Club C1 2, '25, N W C A K1 9, il Xox-lx Lountv Club fl, ', H , GRFFN mn XVIIITI' HJ DOROTHY MAE INGALLS "Doi" Brxdgtou Hlgh School Brxdgtou, LIZIIIIC Outdoor Lluh Cl, U. X XV C A 11, "U l'DNA MARGAREI' KEMP "Kemlv1c"' Deerxng Hlgh School Portland, Mame Outdoor Club fl, 'J linwlwtlnll Cl, "D , Lommuteri' Club KH WINOLA GERTRUDE KILGORE "Nolan Gould Academy Bethel, Maxnc X XV L A K1 P, D, Oxford lountv Klub C1 'P EJ ,1 .pr ff' 1 4 AQ1-f illii V ,b .,,.---'k Y 1.7 V. MQ., ,.,i-KV t . , H - AMY STELLA KING A "Aim" . Kennebunk High School Kennebunlc, Maine Outdoor Club Cl, 253 Glee Club C335 Y. W. C. A. C352 Y0l'k County Club CID. BERNICE MARIE LADD "Bern" Stephens High School Rumford, Maine Oxford County Club ll, 2, 31, Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 35: Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 33. MARY EDITH LESLIE "Erie" Sanford High School Sanford, Maine , , C. A. fl, 2, 353 York County Club fl, 233 Outdoor Club ' PHYLLIS ELIZABETH LESLIE "Phil" . Traip Academy Kittery, Maine Y. VV. C. A. 11, 2, 353 Glee Club fl, 2, 31, National Honor Society 12, 333 Outdoor Club 1335 A . EDNA LORAINE LIBBY "Eddy" , Standish High School Standish, Maine LELIA MOUNTFORT LIBBY . Deering High School Portland, Maine Glee Club Cl, 2, 355 Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 373 Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 3Jg Orchestra Cl, 2, 33. PHYLLIS RUTH LIBBY 'fPl1iI" Ethan Stone High School Newlield, Maine Y. W. C. A. C333 Outdoor ,Club 132. i RITA MAE LINNELL "Reef" Q Norway High School Norway, Maine 3 ' ' Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 313 Oxford County Club Cl, 2, 35. 1 . 'l l HAZEL ANTONIA LYNCH ,,'-'N ff.- 4 ' South Portland High School South Portland, Maine 1' . A 1. Commuters' Club Cl, 23. ' 'ff - l Q ' 1 , F. -452' 1 , F ' 1: . J, i 'e ,N PHYLLIS NEOTA NIARSHALL "Pl1yl" ' ' Bridgton High School Bridgton, Maine :N i I Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 21, Outdoor Club C139 House Committee 133. H page forty 6? u'fVgTgTT:-'TEES'3"i'?'1?i?'W'I iw. . ,. ! f- 1-ffrf' f P5523 4 YH :rl f I1-'Signer-.1:f'."f -A I - .r ' cr- -ffvwm-H--' ' .. fr.-l 1' ffl Lili? Rmb Tffffzlbi ' lilly ,sirgl moffffv-Lge!-1' ' 3 - -'fl' I-EVEN-' f '-Xfl'i- 'Fry J Tiff!! fav iff. ff ?'L "Nfl" ' 1 Zvi-,.w'-alltlfll-1+ , V .feixfffiiiil Q -lc .QR 51:5 5 ' X' l 1', page fariy-one ARDENA MAY MILLER Cony High School Augusta, Maine .arg Club C1. 2, 33: Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 373 Gm-:EN AND WHITE FLORENCE ELIZABETH NUNNS , "Flo" Kennebunk High School Kennebunk, Maine Glen Club 11. 2, ID: Civic Committee Cl, 2, 313 "Oracle" Stal? 1351 Y. XV. C. A. GU. MARION ELIZABETH NUTTING "N-uHy" Alfred High School Alfred, Maine gninxnuters' Club Cl. 23: York County Club 1333 Y. XV. C. A. MARGARET ADELE PALLADINO "Pa1IA"' Mansheld High School Manshelcl, Mass. Glce Club Cl, 2, 335 Massachusetts Club fl, 2, 355 Dramatic Club Cl, 2, I-Il. CHRISTINE M.-XRGUERITE PRINCE VVestbroolc High School Westbrook, Maine Commuters' Club 11, 2, 33. ANNIE VIOLA PROCTOR "Amin" VV indham High School Windham, Maine Art Club C533 Y. VV. C. A. C553 "Oracle" Stal? 153. Lols ELVIRA PRYOR -"Lame" Lincoln Academy Newcastle, Maine Lincoln County Club C1, 2, 3Jg Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 31: Y. VV. C.. A. Cl. 2, ISD. MARGARET MAUD REILLY "l1lr1rg" Bristol High School Bristol, Maine Outdoor Club K1, 2, 333 Lincoln County Club Cl, 2. 335 Y. W. C. A. C37. PAULINE MANSON ROSS "Polly" Gorham High School Basketball Cl, 23. Gorham, Maine EDITH MAY SAVVYER Yarmouth High School "Edie May" Yarmouth, Maine Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 21: "Oracle" Stall' Cl, 2, 355 Outdoor Club C1 "J U , .. ' z , l as "vp . Ji Y EMG -hr I A Q jfiiaii A -a, All V l X I i . . i- . vig., .. UA.. .vw :.-jgltwllf-:H-j1-.Zi Q"'f,.j-j,'-',f3y51.3-Q31fagfj 114, .:f '53gk.:qrQF"if'i?TjZij22"-"4 L1 .2 jf'-gan ' 2712-.j.',i1f"-Ln. 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If , '- ' .Q--H,1' - :njfyf V i,.S,.,l -gf.-1 f. f 1, .av aj .. .y .-Ma.-, -A ,fi i. .Lf -e..-f .1 ffl I. ., 4, LJ , A 1-1 .5 vi ' Y, .' ' Al., A- ,Z L SHIRLEY ANNA SMART Traip Academy Kittery, Maine Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 33: York County Club C1, 2, 31: Glee Club C333 Athletic Association CEU. CHRYSTAL I-IAZEL SMITH "Cliffs" Washburn High School Washburn, Maine Commuters' Cluh 133. - BARBARA WILLIS SNELL "Bahru, Deering High School Portland, Maine ' Glee Club Cl. 2. Ill: Y. NV. C. A. Cl, 12. Iilg "Oracle" Stai? Gil. - HELEN RUTH STARLING' Deering High School Portland, Maine ?Omcle" Stail' Cl, 2. 319 Y. XV. C. A. Cl, 23g Commuters' Club Fil. . DOROTHY LOUISE STEEVES "Dot" Medford High School Medford, Mass. Dramatic Club fl, 2, IUQ Glee Cluh 11, 2, lil: Y. NV. C. A. Cl, 25. FREDA ELSIE STEVENS Alfred High School Alfred, Maine Y. XV, C, A. Chg Basketball Cl, 2, 335 Commuters' Clnh fl. 21. MADELINE MARGUERITE SWETT Gorham High School Gorham, Maine Glee Cluh fl, 2, 37. LILLIAN MABELLE WALLACE "Lil" Bristol High School Bristol, Maine Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 33: Lincoln County Club Cl, 2, Rig House Committee C333 Y. NV. C. A. UH. CORINNE ALTHEA VVALTZ "C01111ic"' Lincoln Academy Damariscotta, Maine Orchestra Cl, 2, 313 Glee Flub Cl, 2, 333 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 21: Civic Committe Gil. ' , BARBARA TRAVIS VVEBSTER "Bobbie" Sanford High School Sanford, Maine Y. NV. C'. A. Cl, 233 Dramatic Cluh C313 House Conuuittec 135: Lincoln County Cluli CID. .. ea .L ai v .,A . f' page forly-Iwo Q- I Li 'X ml? F J I lj , ms no ", 1, page for iv 1111 ee 4' RUTH EQTHER WESTON Freeport Hlgh School X A 9 J Glee l Bud Freeport Mame J Outdoor Club K1 Brldgtou H1gh School Brld ton Nlame A MARGARET RIDLON GOll1?1l'l1 H1gh School Graduate of Wlleaton College 1031 Peqqx Gorham Vlame MARGARET ARLETTA RIMBALL Peg I-Iebxon Academy Boothbm Mqme One vear at Lastme One year at Gorham BEATRICIL l ARVVELL Bee W Gloucester Hugh School New Gloucester M'uue uma. l SENIORS KINDERGARTEN COURSE HELEN IRENII ABBOT Good llvlll I-hgh School Hmckley Mfuue c Llulx C1 5 -il Outcloo C 1 Cl 1 X100 took County Club U -U 'I1lxNlCL KATHERINE BASSIITT Westbrool 1-lxgh School XVe5tbrook Mime Lommutu Club 11 l1l,l-ANOR MABEL BEAL Westbrook Hugh School Vlfestbrooll, Mame u nutcrx L uh 1, ', MILDRILD LOUISE BFI L "Hun" Westbrook Hlgll School Westbroolc, Mzuue K omumuiexe' L lub C1 9 D Art Club HJ 3 W K3 fx 'NH qi? fel? LSR ,em v4.5-Fil X ' ' 5132-ll' ig-ffl.. '99 'f ' ' ' 7 1513 :lfsl::'if?1-1i'5'S-fig? 43315-QV'iififiia'F7if'7-Will"Aa".-J: fl 279' , . . ,ffl-.3'uL". ' ' s.?'fS'f5,Lfifliirif-9I:1rliigi?:ffjiz25.igi-fir' ill-1l1'li "ff: :gif ' E V- ' " 1 e- ' 1 vw .4 -. - -- 11 '. " N .rf-if for-e'f'f1.E,f 22' fa f -7 i'J:,'IN:'-1 1 - 1 1 - 'mf .ol "" .L 'Q ,Ig 91- 'HXT1 -ity-' " ,,,,'l.l ll f.'fj.G,x' 1 4, N, E' ll' , ld -5-'f-AfT"7" ' - '24 '92 I' QL-I ,li lFl?"'11--lit.l'.'JYf'f5-533: if , A -,.x , x- lu ,, .' gi-luv Q' jfs! 'xl I fl nw, X ,A , Y ' "' 4, , ,gr ive, E -,T l l ra, 4 rf u 'W I, I H T' L Q: . ' v, . ' , , - V Zigi,- b Y. w. C. . cl, -, :ls 4 ' Cm, 41, 2, ss , V , . , 25. " ' ,f".jf . T -Qu 3 . Xww jr :I ll. .. ' fi. WILMA ANNIE VVYMAN "PV'il1l1U"' ,fl . . . . - n 2 1 - 5 Nas.. - 1 5 . x. w. C. . 41, 2, zsl. 1 E '- -' of-T . - ' W SP' . .:19if'if -Q. .' L ' , . . I , ' QV , we v . . A i I .13 ,ji g-LII. 111 ll' 551 f"?f1- 'if " A .H 'WC 7'-4' -. ' f 7 ff ,, l ll . Q 'EM If A 4 .' 9 'f wi -' 32, K . I H Q . 1 .xl V -1: ,- 'y . Ne ' a ,. 1' L .' iz' .. 'A ,' In-jlf ll V' H .-M .- llrzu 1 " Ch lr CH- - '1' -, 6, lk '1 L K - . -L f , 1 +, 3, 5 1' .I u. fi ,I 3 -, P ' .5 Qi' 'P i ., . :.- gl ff . 2. . - f . ff'-T-ff has lf 1 ' V' .V 'fi' -.1-jf in V . 4 4 , - V . . . P 4 J A 1 . lilo " , 2. 3, -ll: Y. NV. C. A. Cl, 21. I, g , V r 'l mlm . .2g:' s , V 25. , 1 ' L, 4 1 ' 2 'A Q . ' ' 4 . Q C . I l , Y K - . ' Hs' , 2, ID. l f r P , I O I . . -'1 ' l' mx :' Tl K .2 Jil. i i -- r fi 2 W, f. - P P s .-f - .--1---' f --1-ve.-vi . - 1-if BARBARA BLISS "Barlf' Newton High School Newtonville, Mass. i RUTH HERRICK CUMNIINGS "Ruff:-ie" Deering High School Portland, Maine Treasurer Junior Class: Cornmuters' Club Cl, 2, 355 Vice-Pres- , ident Girls' Athletic Association il, 23. . MARGARET VIOLA DOUGLAS "Doug" Westbrook High School Westbrook, Maine Commuters' Club Cl, 25. ' EDITH MCDAVID FARNHAIVI "Dec" Cony High School Augusta, Maine Junior Soccer C155 Hockey QD, Basketball C132 Athletic Council C1, 235 Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet CSD. ELIZABETH FARRINGTON Deering High School Portland, Maine Basketball CQJ. MARY LINNEI-IAN HALEY Portland High School Portland, Maine Conimuters' Club Cl, 2, 355 Art Club K3Jg Class Treasurer 139. .p - ANNA ELLEN HAMLIN Y S, Gardiner High School Gardiner, Maine . ZX Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, President 3, -D5 Vice-President Junior Cah- A- . - inet C253 National Honor Society 12, Secretary-Treasurer 335 ' -'gy I. ' Civic Committee CED, "Oracle" Staff Cl, 2J. A "ty MELVA GREY KEHOE fuwezff ' , Melrose High School Melrose, Mass. ?g3T51Cl'lL1SCtt5 Club C1, 2, 3Dg Orchestra 11, 2, 315 Glee Club Y . E 11 5' . - , EVELYN MAE KUVIBALL HEY!!! f fix " qi VVestbr0ok High School' Westbrook, Maine ' . , qi Commuters' Club 11, 21. C Y . , 1, nu' N ii A , Q LOIS ELOISE HARKINS f . Waldoboro High School VValdoboro, Maine ' , ,H Y. W. C. A. Cl, 2, 335 Lincoln County Club Cl, 2, 313 Outdoor ' Club fl, 27. 1. -sr, l 5, A if it fuige fortyefour l l ' ieligf ' ' ' '- 5" ffiiilffff I 2 I I V l .. ,g. .. - " r ' - .'.' 1 A , -.5 : - iff N, , et. . It 4. icq Q We , ALENIA EVELYN LAKE "Billie" V W ffgj EJ Ellsworth High School Ellsworth, Maine N' I -I f ' , - - . Washington-Hzmcoek County Club Cl, 2, 3, 413 Outdoor Club fl, V 1 N :QL-if. , V .a 2,31g Y. w. c. A. c1, 2, sy. . , ' ' HELEN FRANCES LESAGE - 'i L , ' . V Braintree High School Braintree, Mass. if, " f 4 '1- new . I , ,, . nf' , . je X I 1 - I lzgaissaclnisetts Club Cl, 2, 315 Outdoor Club Cl, 213 Y. W. C. A. ,X MARJORIE LIBBY . ' f'Jw-if - Brewster Academy W'olfeboro, N. H. Y. NV. C. A. Cl, 2, 31: Outdoor Club Cl, 21. DOROTHY LOUISE LITTLEFIELD "Doi" North Berwick High School North Berwick, Maine Glee Club Cl, 2, 313 York County Club Cl, 2. 313 Outdoor Club C113 Basketball C115 Field Hockey C115 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 31. Q Q . k 'Ili 2 5 .v -' it ii i ,. MARGARET ELIZABETH MACDONALD "Marge" 'Winslow High School VViuslow, Maine Drznnatic Club Cl, 2, 31: House Committee C1, 2. President 31: Y. VV. C. A. fl, 211 "Oracle" Board fl, 21: National Honor Society 11, 2, 315 Civic Committee C313 Outdoor Club fl, 21, PHYLLIS CHARLOTTE MARSTON "Phil" Melrose High School Melrose, Mass, Orchestra fl, 2, 31: Massachusetts Club Cl, 2, 31. JANET EDITH MCCLOUD "Jem" ' Hyde Parke High School Chica-go, Ill. Glcc Club C31. 69 MARIORIE MATILDA MILLIKEN "Marge" Scarboro High School Scarboro, Maine Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 2313 Comxnnters' Club 131. MYRTLEELLA ROSE "Myrt" Denmark High School Denmark, Maine- Bnseball: Basketball: Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 31: Oxford County Club fl, 21. LILLIAN NAOMA ROSS "Lil" West Paris High School West Paris, Maine Oxford County Club 11, 2, 315 Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 319 Y. W. C. A. C1, 2, 31. fiage f0I'1i5lefi7lE .v 11':T."T-.v"' ,,,,.-.lfwrzuvftw af .V."Y--ln,-A-'F -.::'fv,',.yf,rx1w-Af-5 .,,-- ,. Y,-. - - A - 1 ---.- 1-f -. V , -. 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V t -,', Tfil-' I, L2'f,ij Q 4 ,' - -- "-':,f:'Pig3li"',, ,, ,Y fTf?.ufgg:41ai?T'j 19'-fr-ti-T'3"?f'1-:w...a5,i..Ilfilyifi ,413-f A Jeff T,-L E34 " fo! l'Ufb.g.sf:"" Wg'l1IlE'i IT? 5fy'YL' - iiF2,1',f1.Qj25i'f i ing 'Mil "1"'i."if 7 OVW-"'1f1f'E"Tf' 'X ' wfrlrrif N 5' 'H I'-L 'I I r 'ff'-. t.1f-'kf'.i"3i K 1 -ri 1 1- -- Q 11- lr J -A ' . b., .ll ,lf .5 Lf 4,1 A,-,F-, ,gig 1 lf- gd. .. y HELEN FISHER SEAVERNS' Massacliusetts Cluh Cl, 2, 373 Glee Club C1. 233 C1,2D, Y. VV. C. A. C1, 2, Ill, "B'ilI'J Outdoor Club VERA MAY SMALL Brunswick High School Glee Club C1. 2, 35: Outdoor Club Cl. 2lg Y. VV. C. A. C1. 2, ill: Dramatic Club C3l: Operetta CLD. Brunswick, Maine ARISTEEN CHAPMAN TIMBERLAKE il FTECIIVC Oak Grove Seminary Vassall5o1?cf,fMaine Y. XV. C. A. Cil, ill. 'A 'I .J ' HELEN QAFFHEKINE' TRACY ' " "" ' -" T' 'A Sacred HeartiHigh School Weymouth, Mass. lilnssachusetts 'Club C1, 2, 353 Outdoor Club C1. 25: Civic Com- niitlec C3555 GREEN AND XVIIITE Board CED: Y. VV. C, A. C7-ll. LORAINE ETHfEL:VVARMAN A "S'nookic" Madison High School Madison, Maine Glee Club C1, 213 Operetta C113 Art Club CDH. DOROTHY MAE WELCH "Pat" Westbrook High School Vifestbrook, Maine Commuters' Club C1, 23. HELEN ESTELLE WHITE "Honey" Vauceboro High School Vanceboro, Maine Outdoor Club Cl. 255 Y., XV. C. A. CID. DOROTHY ETHEL YOUNG -Q -W3 . 1 1. i ...dx H, r+ 1 V ff, 'J 1 l i l 1 l Traip Academy Kittery, Maine York County Club Cl, 2, 353 Y. VV. C, A. C1, 2, ill, Glen Cluly Cl, 2, 351 Operetta. n X1 CATHERINE LORETTAZWICKER "ffm" g .. FE, Brownville High School Brownville, Maine ..i- Commnters' Club C1, 2, 33. ig ' il.. -'45 . 4 FLORENCE BENTON ALLEN "Flo" Deering High School , U - Portland, Maine 4 ixft Club Ciil. f 4 i f ' PM MARY WOODBURY DANA Dana Hall School Wellesley, Mass. '5 1, ,i . page forty-six BW' 'VH Lows Tensen Phllm Bunl er Reuben Smith Damcl VV1ght Prewlcnt Vxce P1CSldLlll. bccletuy Tveasurcr MID SENIORS Calvm Coohdqe once salcl, The school 1S not the enchng but only the begxn Hlllg' of an educatxon Duung om two years at Normal School we have found thls to be xely true We have glOW11 111 our 1deas and formed new, d1ffe1 ent 013111 lons CO11CCI'1'111'Ig subjects we thought we had fully ClCVOL11 ed G1OXVtl1 fl'1lS lb the ultnnate means ot a beglnnlng to an end ClrlOXVtl'll Expanswn' Om two yea1s here have g1VS11 us the desnahle backg1 ound to lJSg1l1 and fL11lIl1C1 0111 education when we leave here Thus we CO11t111L1C thxoughout OL1l hves, always eage1 to grow and expand, because as It IS put so aptly by the IIOHOI able Payson Slllltll, f'EClLlCcltlO11 IS what we have left afte1 we have forgotten what We have learned " Page ' foriy-seven ee p divx, 9 .A '- .A ., I Y ,,13x5:1,.,.Y,. ,-,,,1, 1, ...f Z, .1 . ,WXQNA F, lx g,,,1E?N,l eMi.F 3 , 55351 ' ' -X V I ' MID-SENIORS. JUNIOR HIGH BURNETTE LOUISE BAILEY "Emmy" Morse High School Woolwich, Maine Basketball Cl, 2, 333 Y. W. C. A. fl, 2, 33g Outdoor Club Cl., ' 2, 333 House Committee 133. -RUTH ARLENE BEAL South Portland High School South Portland, Maine , , "Oracle" Staff fl, 23. V MARGUERITE MARY BOYCE "W'ig" Portland High School Portland, Maine Y. XV. C. A. K1, 2, 33: Outdoor Club C1, 2, 33: Civic Committee C333 "Oracle" Staff 433. RUTH TOWNSEND BRALEY Gorham High School Gorham, Maine Commuters' Club fl. 23. RICHARD WESLEY CLIFFORD "Diclc"' Vinalhaven High School Vinalhaven, Maine Baseball C1. 23. EDNA MAE DELANEY . New Bedford High School New Bedford, Mass. Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 2, 33, Dramatic Club K1, 2, 33: Massachusetts Club CI. 2, 333 Outdoor Club Cl, 2, 33. ' BERNICE ETHEL DICKERSON I Biddeford High School Biddeford, Maine Y. VV. C. A. C1. 2, 335 York County Club Cl. 2, 335 Outdoor Club fl, 2, 33. DAVID VVHITING GALLISON "Dave" Higgins Classical Institute Charleston, Maine -iii " Basketball Cl, 2. 33: Cross Country 11, 333 Baseball t23.' PHILIP MARSTON GANNON "Phil" Beverly High School Beverly, Mass. ' Lambda Pi Sigma C1, 2, 31: Y. M. C. A. Cl, 2, 335 Glee Club Cl. 2, 33: "Oracle" Staff 133. I ELIZABETH GILES "Giles" 'Woburn High School Woburii, Mass. ??ElS',S5lCllllSCtfS Club Cl, 2, 33: "Oracle" Stahl fl. 23g Y. VV. C. A. page forty-eight s l ll 1 l 4 lg.- I l page fm ty nme LOB' 1. fix KATHRYN GROEZINGER Presque Isle I-Ixgh School Presque Isle Mame 'm1ltu. Club I1 I lu. Clu A Bu ctball C1 'J CLAY1 ON ELSMERE HARTFORD Clate Buxton Hlgh Sohool Buxton Mfune Commutcrs Club C1 J l OUIS BALS FAD JENSEN Westlyroolc I-hgh School Vlfestbrook Mame nihch Pl bnznm Cl s ct 1:1 G 1 11 C mix mn Wmrr BARBARA JEAN LANGDON Jean Gorham Hlgh School Gorham M'unc xlmutnc Club C1 J utdoor Club C1 RIIN x D VV IITI C 5 YTLSON COLLINS LELAND fa Mount Desert I-hgh School Mount Desert Maine nuhdx P1 SILIIII fl J flee L, 1 I C unc Commxttce LRNEST LEROX LIBBY 1 Grav Mame Alpha Lmnbdq BLM Q1 I 71cl1r:str'l C1 2 5 Flea Cl l C1 J C1v1c Comnuttee HJ Cruarxw AND VN mr: U3 Pennell Instutute RICHARD DANA LOPEZ Dzcl VVcstbro0k I-Ilgh School Westbroolc, Mame Lommutcrs' Club Cl, ' AJ MARY BARBARA MCCARTI-IY "Bah" Cathedxal H1gl1 Snhool Portland, Mame Comnmulcxs' Cluh Cl, ", il EI IIPXBETH ROVVF MERRILL "Lzb" Penncll Instrtute Gray, MHIITC Orohutra ll .Z ll X VV L A Cl. ', 5J,C:lc1. Llub UT, URIIN mn Wnnl HJ PAUL WARREN MOODY "Slam" Gorham Hxgh School Gorham, Mzune Lomnmiurs' Llnh C1 "J, Athletic Councll Cl, "D , Basketball Ci! , bnuzx Ann NVIHTL CD l ligiig A ig 51 gil. 'Qifgl fflgfifi 2' jj 1 ' ' ' .I-Il - f ' g,-,7512?-34Liffii,ffziiliaifi27f"5r3g1w'11'Q:2f2.1 l f , " " -' ' A.1-,ifggffgiel-'QA5fL:?g1C:5gif'if2li".i lwl f l Q '.','!Z55 , -x ' '3 1-f fn 'Ti f':i11Qi?f2'9:7,-,f- 13"i2:""1?1lf7 . 5 V. I lr' ' --l,,.?77f.f- 1 fu-7" dl my by uni, JM- -Y lv .N ,. E . Y. 1 ,v:,U:k,,,,'.. , . ,A . X15 ,I L-'!1lHI,A.7 ' 5 4 Awk' ,X AN. RK.: .I ir 4. , W., A-5.14. -I V. .Q 1j 15,54 LQ, W 'N 1-:J W' ' ' . . 'X I 4 4 zrlcu il - 1 A 1 , ' ll A 1 gr -' L- l D:-.I 1 f . ,2, 333 .I -- . lr l1,2,3J: Y. W. C. . . C375 , ,. 'fl :X , 'c , L . K V X - 4 , 4 fr I I :J V 1 .f. -, 1 ' - 1 -- - Y 5 . , . ' .Ln . . ' . ,., 2, Illg Ba-lc I ll Cl, 2. 353 " "' Club fl,2,IlJ: Basclull 61,255 I ian. ' " QCBI. 4 rr an r I , l c ' ' - D1 . ' . , 2 5 O ' . 2, 313 C EE JN Y 1 a 3 . 1 .L . "A I" . ' A . ' 1 ' I.: z ' .Tj : , 2. Z! 1 3 'lul Cl, 2, 339 Y. M. C. A. ll. 2, 33, 5 T" - ' 439. 7 4 r 4-:L-bu . , ' -. ,2,3l:Y.lN'.C.A.C1,2,ZlJ:l' . ',L.,3:,1 up ,2,3g ' 1:1 L' T A N I su f v..1gsl4-?2I5-:- 1 Q' .Vg 1 e'fQs?9Z".?.1fQs11'i?2fg3'1111-sa-i?1E511 wall 1-.J-1-f-fc f..,1.-fx .,4'.1.-.m.5f .,---- 1-wt-"-1l.g.S,.. P-.. , ,-,N.'-,,e,,-:f1- , . if-5 .J 11,421an-qxu,-f,f1f:.1.-gnfjve-ff'1fL - ff' . WJ- ,ff -1' 935-ae1S:f1f' l All if fe EMYKGQQ.,-eQiJ1'1f' 4 ry , I :6siZf21fzr1f:vaf:e21r.i2:L1,.i1'f.f :lm 1-if -,ff my lf" ,Qi--1.-q"T" Q.,-1 I " -' 1 - .. QLHIL IF? l 1 'f - 1' 114 ,Lil 1-:ll W?-1'f1i5g: 515- xl,.Lhf.q,,J-.. L11 I I -Y' .iilp yi-f: J, A X ...Lui ' MARJORIE ALBERTA NASH "Iliad" ' ' ' l Lincoln Academy Newcastle, Maine , ' ,' Y. VV. C. A, Cl. CH: House Committee C2Jg'OL1tdoor Club fl, . 2, SJ: Basketball Cl, 2, 3J. 1 MILTON HENRY NELSON Westbroolc High School loilllllillll Pi Sigma Cl, 2, 35. 1 "1lfl1iI!"' , Westbroolc, Maine ESTELLA ALTHEA NICHOLS "Nick" Vlfinclham High School Wiliclhaiii, Maine Y. NV. C. A. Cl. 2, IH: Basketball ffl, 2, SU, Track Cl, 123: l!1':1111z1tic Club CD. SEBINA HELEN REGINA "SiI1" Biclcleforcl High School A Biclcleforcl. Maine Y. VV. C. A. C1, 239 Glee Club Cl, ZJQ Outdoor Club Cl, 2. ZH: ' I3'1sIetb'1ll C"J FRANCES ENDOPA SMITH Portl'111cl H1 h School Portland Mnne 0111111111015 Club K1 7 O1 Lcle St 1lT I, I GEORGE HENR1 SMITH " iz-'J Hollis High School Hollis, Maine 1 1 C.0l'l1lTllltCI'S Club fl. 2, ID, f,ilUEl5N AND VV11,1'1'1a CH. ' . SELMA STOCKBRIDGE ".S'aIl31" ' E Po1'tlz1ncl High School Portland, Maine 'M f.UlI1!l'llllCl'S, Club Cl, 2, ID, "Oracle" Staff 131. DANIEL VVESTON SNOVV "Dmmy" Scarboro High School Scarboro, Maine Tlnskethall Cl, 2, 333 Baseball C255 Lambda Pi Sigma Cl, 2, SH. ARDEN HARVEY TARBOX "Red" Hollis High School Hollis, Maine XVINIFRED RITA THORNTON "Wi11,11ieJ' Catheclral High School Portland, Maine Civic Committee 11, 23. - v Tl l ' 1 1 1 -Paw Jiffy . X l 'Lil' l iff z Pf , I -1- I W I -, A I 7 l , . .. ll -. QI ' slits' wl- il Wynn. I I . . A j ' :, .,.,. . -X l i .X .' rf: . . rg . I ' L U Q .A u 5 '. 'JPY ...- I 17" Qlfr WI I A 393. ll' N 1-i-RM Qi ' max- 5- if ' -. ILC' F .'gEflil. ,4 Eeiqicc ..EgQ,f,4,.5n 'j l "5 wk tg' I if .x3:q,-1.-N L 1 il 1132.35 5 A' 5 'b Gi. 2 J'l.n':,'i.'lJl'Yh1-'E N. V page fifty-one i :" 1. --A . ',,,-.,.-,- .41-rf --V if f. : , ,. Uwe,-. . ,'g mi I s .'. - As- -"' . '. p.- V. I .A , .L ,. ini., ir., t, ,, . V "rd-frm-f-"-il--, ,J'.'.-17" . - fw'l,fI:,',' . ,,y-- gg: .,.'-9 I .I -. e ly, ,f f ,.,.,,j.' -f--f ,, 5- .1-'---'jf---.'... 2 k nm , , ,. '- ., l-. ' L., -.-,ek-f., wr., Aw Y PM Mf. incl' " - .VY-XL-U I 1 Q14 LJAEKJI on .S J ELEANOR MAE TRASK "Elly" N Beverly High School Beverly, Mass. ' ,,""'- Y. VV. C. A. fl, 233 Massachusetts Club Cl, 2, 33: Outdoor Club ' " " Cl, 233 House Comniittee CD. H A 13 KENNETH J. TNVITCHELL "Ken" 1' A 9 Newport High School Newport, Maine I f ' Cross Country AC1. 315 Y. M. C. A. Cl. 2, Iijg "G" Club C1, 2, . SU.: Drzuimtic Club Cl, 2. 313 Glee Club K1, 2, HJ, Civic Coin- 3'- nuttec 133. ' 7 A BARBARA VVAKEFIELD "Bal'by"' Portland High School Portland, Maine Elgitcloor Clnh Cl. 233 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, 21: York County Club RAYMOND EVERETT NVALKER Fryeburg Academy Fryebnrg, Maine Lzunlnla Pi Sigma KI, 2. 325 Baskctlmll il. EJ: "fi" Club Cl, 2, ZH: Baseball 1239 Glce Club Cl, 23. VICTOR LAFFIN VVALKER "V-ic" VVestbrook High School Westbrook, Maine Class Prcsizlcut fl. 255 Civic Committee Cl, 235 Gruanw AND VVIIITIE Gil. HAROLD VVILLIAM VVEST Westlarook High School VVestlJrook, Maine Lzunbrla Pi Sigma CEU. FRANCES VERONA CORNELL "Fran" XVestbroolc High School VVestbrook, Maine Comxnutcrs' Club C1, 2, 315 Glue Club Cl, 273 Art Club Cl, 123. I MID-SENIORS, INDUSTRIAL ARTS PAUL ELDRED BOOTHBY Edward Little High School Auburn, Maine Brlslcctball fl, 22. PHILIP BARBOUR BUNKER "Phil" Brewer High School Brewer, Maine ,Haig ME '1 r f' T' -:Zara EM i n ,lg it ,' J ir ,ft I .I ." 'ff' G ul , fl, 31 ,, If f Huff-3 1 ,'L::..i if E 5 L ii--a::... 3 , --sf-mf Q? 2.755- Tl?e-fp,-1 -I7 11,17 h.al?2sf:5:fi.::f-fa ?ii'lg52?JrJnff.gfg33Zt:1w?T 5235:-25'EQf5f? a1af+':.,3 fb: rf- s.x4qg,,3,f12M1' A-v ':?'Qj L.: frfgvj-',:,A fa.:-'ffm ,J ..-331' . ,' . - -,f'r,g',-.qv 51.46399 43- ,.fq-,.Qp.4- -,Vg 5 g Q.. 13- 4- Li ng:-Q X-..f'fTf.iT-X145 ',.!"J ' .-ef.-"e: l1iiz"Av 'N-Mia.:ft.w"'f.w-gf.:-:-:':f1-V ."'-'.Hl...'LH sf Li, -fa. .-""1-f1:3y..,5:.,,.Ay?,:xI -iff 31 .f 4' , 1, 5,vg:3'.":,':,V A 52- L v,a'ff?cf?.-,475 .Ter-T, -m,,:lJu -. -1.59 ,355-ii--V,,.Lf i, 4,1 l gg- ,432-E :Ns ,a'T?24-nw-, -- A -5 ,ff, A ' - Q f,-H-,3 k -' V 1' 7'y12f37x.:A-.,,,,..afff-31,---.Q11.51 .-,. .gy if. N V -4- 3-5,1 fl' f 5, 511 . '1:g"1r:fw fl -1' . 4: -4 l i Jn - . an - r:.:exL'r:f5?:-zz.,-ef 1-A -:FNQ-tzdw-.ewfvt-l 1:21-lf Aciril' Thi, ifxffxl ' 'i V-NLQ.52'f7.'f" Zhi 1 'XZ - 'I F f"'f,la,if, :wx J: ' .,l,r5,h-fi V!-' .. .' f',-f. .! . lx X-.,v W-11--Q. 'f,,,h.r-1' . Lbfi lf 'Q .,,H I ,Tv X, 'z i- jp?--,J Ai: 31? V 'J ku , .-4, - . . N. ww- 47 Y. :Lp eip, . I if f ,. , ,i I, X ,:t,L.Ej5-131 rv. Q, ,.,, .. . ,. , . .-I . - A ' , ic: fu tg: -1 4 - V' ---el 5,--nz Q IL- "' Lil A 1 I -L. , fr-. raw J.. 1 ef 1' ,Q 1 4 ' i a ---V - , i , 1 ERIC A. CHANDLER Berlin High School Berlin, New Hampshire! GREEN AND Wurri: 133. FRANKLIN EVELITH HANNAFORD "Hank" Westbrook High School Westbrook, Maine Conumiters' Club Cl, 235 Lambda Pi Sigma Cl, 2, 33. ARTHUR E. PRESCOTT 'fRed" Westbrook High School Vtfestbrook, Maine gogsxnutcrs' Club Cl, 235 Baseball f23g Alpha .Lalubcla Beta Cl, ' MERVIN EVERETT SHAIN "Mem" St. Croix High School I VVoodlancl, Maine Glee Club Cl, 235 Y. M. C. A. Cl, 2, 333 Baseball C23: Alpha Lambda Beta C33. REUBEN FAIRBROTHER SMITH "BuclJ' Anson Academy North Anson, Maine Lzunbda Pi Sigma C1. 2, 335 Glee Club fl, 2, 33: Y. M. C. A. Cl, 235 Cross Country 1335 GREEN AND Wnxrlc C253. PHILIP BRADBURY TARBOX "Red" VVestbr0ok High School Westbrook, Maine Commuters' Club fl, 2, 333 Alpha Lambda Beta Cl, 2, 33. DANIEL MORSE NVIGHT "Dan" Gould Academy Bethel, Maine Orchestra Cl, 2, 333 Glec Club il, 2, 33: Basketball Cl, 2, 3?- EARLE FREDERICK WILDES "lfViIdes3r" Milton High School Milton, Mass. LAURENT YOUNG "Babe" Sanford High School ' Sanford, Maine ' Commuters' Club Cl, 2, 335 Lambda Pi Sigma Cl, 2, 33. r v 1 .1 1 4 .1 'i 'r 1 A1 I may f -g f.. . r f '4'-1 fb' W nk xi? c of ff tfghgxgf i H-5 1 a 3 Y- e 'Q -,Li l-., .- vet. 4 fm, small- r if ELf7.:f41:i1l' li' ' ' 1:efa.:w:e .N l 'aiiiffl uit 'vi I nge ,-ng' i. - ,iz-,ggf. g. J ki'iif5i.J'Yf:3EY-if-f,li1'1 I I I U , 'if -5 - ni .g,IQ.9M11, M Ii :l'Eff'l'f:2f11f si vw-rf-5 '-51' 'Y .1 5 'r -I-a iz fig 1 f.5I?'f.'. Y, Eel-iiixkqbl 'L i . 1 ' ' EN ,,Q.'g1.Y.1 L.. L. I., ..- -M- page 'fifty-iwo lon W v 1 J I x LZCQL K f .:f5' I.. J UNIORS At the bottom of tl1e l11ll the t1'1vele1 knows ve1y httle ot tl1e JOLII 11ey XVl11Cl1 1s hefo1e l11111 He 15 not 1w11L of tl1e llldlly Difllb fl11OL1gl'1 wl11cl1 he must piss It 15 not 1 hl111cl Journey, howevel, lOl '1lo11q the W'1y tl1e t1'1ve1er who hws hlS go l clehnltely 111 vmw w1ll find f11e11clly Quwrcls and Cl1I'LCt1llQ gfulcleposts wh1ch have been 9f1llOllCCl tl1e1e to keep 111111 111 the 11Q,ht p'1tl1 lhe 11111015 ll'1N6 bwun Cllllllllllq up the Qle 1test of 111 h1ll5 tl1e l11ll oi 1111cle1 Qt'111cl111Q and k11owleclQ, Thus 1211 they hue been gmclecl and chlectecl hy the YVlll1l1011CQS 'md 1111t111110 efto1ts of the 1"1culty 111e111be1 S, 'md 'tre QI'6"ltlV 111debted to thtm lOl then help XG e'1ch diy Cl1'lW5 to 1th close the so111et1111eQ VVC'llV tl IVCICIS look haek OVC1 the t1f11l mth '1 ieelmg ol b1t1s1.1tt1o11 lJCClll5C of tl1e D1 OQI ess of tl1e cl'1y So the lllI'l101b p11al1111Q 111111 '11 cl to 1 lJC.l1tCl l1l'lLlCI'St'l.llClll1Q 'md knowledge YVIH look baek OVC1 than lust ye'11 Qpmt 'lt the Go1l11111 NOl111al School w1th 5'1t1bfz1Lt1011 111 tllell' l1C'11l5 May the XC'1lS to follow find them st1ll 1161161 the clesuecl goal Ifumcc' Reed OFFICERS P1 L'Xlfl1C'lZf, CHARLL5 XVARIESFFR Vzcv P1 asrdwzt, EUNICI REF11 .5c11 vim 11, ANNE RLBINSIXY T1ea1111w, RUTII STAPLF5 fwqf fiflv H17 ec V " Q 'VA l lf' 1 "1 " ' ' , ' 4' 1 '- lf-k RV'1f': "'l ll' 1 ' 7' ' Y 1 Q ' -1 , . - ' fy V! S 1, ' 'K' --, ' .ff'l.l,.:.'f,',,' ' ' 1 - ' . ' ' ,' A ' 7 l .l 1' -' " 2 1 Y-4, - . 1 ' 1111? f'L , A V - . . , . ' ' ' . ' , 1 . ' . V' c c 'J ' ' c ' ' c . ' .1 Z 7 ' " ' L K A c 'L , , c J' Z1 A . E Q ' . A . u . 1 Y . ' 1 L ' L . ' .1 f V' . Y , - ' ' - .' . . z A c . ,, J . A . . . . . , ., , .., . . . .- C cv 1 . 5 9 1 , c ' ' . 'e. ', 1 7 ' ' . 1 e , . w . . - . . , . ' . 5 .. c h c . c c K c J , . . 1 . 1. ' - w . ' . ., . . - . 1" ., r c 1 . , " . . ' c c ' J 'L ' L A tv. t' ' Z 4' ' 1, . 1 x x 7 U T ' Yc ' 1 3 ' Q' c . ' c ' ' ' ' ' .. . 1 - . A . .S L . L A L . 2 . , -I - -. . 4 ' .'. 'c " V 1 ' L ' ' ' ' ' ' . . 1 - ' 1: -, . ,, ..,, V .f ,o-,.:u r , 1 ,,,Y1. . Q. I 3 A K, .. .- 1' jjj-ff. , ii P, A4 -.1 f:"-riff, , V K I I ..--jig Y:--ix-argl! Q-,Ml I ips, K , .Y V hi V, Y - ,F W, ,,:,., A l x 1. ' W .I ' Il ,X 'I y' C, '--. l ' 1"' l nl - I' l f 3 l " " A A JUNIOR C1 C 1-A Top row: E. Brock, F. Atherton, C. Bailey, M. Colby, M. Clark. Miflmlle row: R. Bennett, E. Corey, F. Boulter, H. Abbott, O. Clark. C. Blake. liottum row: E. Cashmzm. M. Cnllzm, H. Bruce, M. Brown, E. Brown, A. Alexander, M. Bickforcl. C1-B Top row: B. Dunton, T. Doughty, C. DeV:me, L. Dunton, E. Cole. Middle row: M. Frost, P. Elwell, S. Fitzmorris, A. Cotter, A. Gardiner. Bottom row: M. Earle, T. Crane, B. Cook, C. Floyd, P. Ellis, C. Davis, D. Frost., page fifty-fam JUNIOR C2 un 1: ml msn 1 1 nm B llou ml T' C1 es udlv. nn! lux nu l noun B ferry Q I-In s 0 tom ram ll 11 Jn HL llmls M C-oonlwm I llollmrool H llwrfulc-n Nl l-lnec T '1 L0 B 'lop IOM M Ixcnnulw ll johnson A Harsh D Ixmght A Lotlnnp AX Mcllhllm Mulrlln lou M l'1lmcx X lowell X lung, l llfLlllCl'lEatSl, Nl Ioxmg, L Ixme N lung Bottom ron 13 lxmnes, M Jnxugs, I' Huston, H L1dbaa.k, L Johnson, 5 Jensen, N Lecmzm paqv ffl v Fw l ' ii , Y 1 lffff' ll 1j1a2' ' 2',5rf-Pi?-:pl -. I ' l 1g,.gf:f 9i4:g,2'5Pf-1 ff l ' ' l " ' f , 2T'3ff""' ' Y 1 l- l ' 1 -fif-1-1:1-:f. :f,, , fL: ff2pl4+'. g-4:w- L , , ff. ,- ,.-f Q , -V --.,'. el, X ,x L ,. L L tn.,-V h .- ,V i Y , ' N ' 791 3 ' 'X 1 3 'gr "HS--,lv fv.1rg5"A- . l, 6' l ful' X'-.,"'-,I lil I .' r A -Q, . x ' 1' J f ,ixnrll 5. . ,V ..- 1 FN. -1 .54 ldv- g-. -A wp- 2 , ' - -' --1 fill' 1 C2-A 'I' 1 'mwr R. llc ll ', li. Hill, lf. l': W.. , - fa ' , L. ut . M'l ' ' f: li, VF' 'i ..V. Hanna, Ii. Z' " 0. . I '. '-k,. lit ': .F'ly:t"k,A. "It, . ' " . L' c,' . '.. ,x'. ., L.l1. JUNIOR C3 V C3-A Top row: L. Oullon, M. Pzirkman. V. Morrill. Middle row: D. Packard, M. MacIntyre, H. Iohuson, R. 1NIcCloud. l l l l l Bottom row: P. McGraw, S. McAllister, N. Osier, T. Moores, V. Moores, E. Martiri. C3-B Top row: L. Rose, E. Reed, F. Remillard, VV. Smith, M. Soper, K. Ripker. Middle row: A. Rubiusky, M. Sleeper, E. Smith, A. Richardson, R. Pitts. Bottom row: H. Scott, B. Super, M. Pratt, M. Perkins, A. Renell, A. Scott, M. Porello. page fifiy-six JUNIOR C4 C-1-A lop Ion M 'lxhhelts C, Pullefson H 'lyler R Staples Nhdallezova B Sylxeeler L Stevens 1 Hume B VV'1rren Y VV1nlif.0l1 Bottom IOXS A lnrner M Tompl ms Nl Qtm-g1a,V Staples L WVardweIl I L-1-B Top row R Bowman, J Pxllsbury, C Kxmball, VV O'Bx1en, E Achoru, C VVatts Mxddle row F Sterlmg R Hwllett, Tx Crockett, R Morton, K Jordan, F Tupper Bottom row I NVlute, C Ronpo, L Marston, 4 Norgaard, M Rosmnagel, S Mc Xlllster, WV Hubert page fiftv swuen lm f., -. -K., . - 1 ,, l Y . ., - : V, Vf. X., ' .,s.f a'a1' " ' '-' f V 'M ' 1- "1 . f " X , 74. ' . J ' , . , wx V 1 " , n Z 3 ' I! - .1 . W w W ,. , I V, , ,. Q 7. f A .Y . ' ' . A' ' N 1 ' ' '1 ' ' ' . . 4' ' ': .mu . ... ..,'. .... . .., . . ' 1: . , . c , gl. . ' . ' , . . , i , -'e-n. - :Q r,,1'-,,- .-1 w' 1 I u.. ,' f-, - ,vt-:sg Hfw.-,4...V ,-. -"Az 15 'T " f 'TEH' -if "-2 n.- 1,1 l-711, 1 .f ', .-A A -Y' . 3 Y 4 A 1 451 L'.1'.?.'- , '.',f1,'. '- 'N H . 3 --...,,-W,,. .,,. -.. ,. A-. .. J.. 1, .- X .4 A .-,aw.4..,. . N, 4--A'-1-1-. -'- ,4 ' ., -:Ml ,f -'l , , , . - .. .. , A.,.. ., . , , V. , , . .'- ' , , 1 . 'f V .nary ,. ..-. 'A ' V5 V' ,,-,-gtg 'gg .',- ,r r 1 4 .,- . . Q ' " T- H-...M .101 f v V -' , V X, . ., ,M . . ...H I F k .Ml 'N -' - . 1 X fr' fr- 4 ' " ' -, . ,. . .- ug. A f A - x . , ., . - 4 u 1 w '.-f L1 .. -- 1 -- ' -., gkj-. 5 '. K .. H I ' ' 1 ' ' -.5 21" Z' I f l ll: 1 3 1' L.. ' 4 L J . JUNIOR C5 C5 Top row: M. Beau, I, Abbott, E. Huff. L. Bartlett. F. XVardwell, XV. Hart. liottcml row: P. Clmpmzm, C. VVzuncster, N. Plzxisted, K. Grover, R. NV. Perkins. I page fifty-nigh! GORHAM NORMAL SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 111 v1111'111 Lois P11 r I mr 111v1d1'11t H XYDIIN I V .FXNDI RSOIN 130101 1111111 Sv111ic11x GEORGIAINA C IIM1 s C11111'sj1n1111111q S11101n1x UIIC1 111as111r1 hmm 5 I Ix11x11s1x11 411111101 NOPMA 'I HLRSIOIN SCIIOOL ALUMNI 191111110111 Ix x X LUN I 111' PICSICIIUIU Dun Ilwm ROBB Scczdmx XIICF IIIXINLII l11'c1s1111'1 IIILA Lux RF1X.c1' PORTLAND AND SOU1 II PORTLAND I R XBCII OIR GORIIAIXI WORMAI SCHOOL ALUMNI 191111111111 MAY I ISI R1c1 fm! 1 111' 137181110111 Mmm IIFNNESSX 56501111 Iflfl' P1f's111e111 II1IDx BI-LCRUNI H011 N. 1111111' I zrv P1m111c111 TLORA 'IIIOPNDI1 1: 'I TIONIISON 10111111 Vzrc P1cf1111'111' M xkx R110 911101011 IIXRRIIIT QHXXV I xv C 0111 sf1o111111111 Srr1vf1113 IXIILDRED CLARI 1' Xwnrizsow 11111411101 II1L1:x SLHWARU jvngn fifix 111110 - :' Q-, I " -3".',1, 1 1 4. . 9:3 ' SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND BRANCH OF THE GORI-IAM NORMAI page sixty To 111170110111 N11111111, G1 ecfnzqr Fach one who has heen a student 'xt GOI ha1n No1mal School has h1s 111611101165 of hfe the1e pleaeant memoues ol l1l'e spent 111 a heautttul spot among fuendly com1 'lClL5, and loyal teacheu XVIICIIILI we enteted 111 the E1Q'l'ltCC11 CIQIIUCS O1 1n the nxneteen thntlea thoae IULIUOIIL5 centex 'uound the same Qpot and 30111 ue toQethe1 lhexe we leazneel the H1 m dlHC1lJl111L ot 1equ11 ed taslxs, steadymg shaping, md developxnv oux futuxes the1e we developed C61tf1l11 standa1cls of WOIIX so h1mlx that they lemam xv1th 115 todax the1e xxe t'o1 med ce1t'un SUO110' fxlendshlps so xx oven 1nto the 'IZIIJTIC of Oul hves that the pattexn xxf1ll remam to1ex1e1 the1e xx as planted XVIIIIIII us the seed of 5lI111ll1l'1lQ111Q, 'Il11lJ1lI101T whxeh has CEIIIICCI us fo1xva1d thele was opened to us the doo1 ot a w1de1 11Cl1El xxfozld It was the1e xve 1ece1ved IVIIIIIUQ' not only to teach hut to l1x1e no1 f101'l1 the p11nted hook, hut hx the examples of then hx Cb To teach othels 1G to touch then l1VE.SlJy 370111 lox es xotn admnatxon votu pleastnes votu El.111lJllilO1IS, yotn Clll.l1l1SI'ISlUS, and votu VVIHCIOIH 'Ihus do I 1eme1nhe1 my loval teache1s at GO1l'l"lI11 No1mal Qehool D1 Russell Mme Halhday MHS Qtone, Mase Ixeene Mn-4 llastxnqe, and M1 IWoodwa1d To me they ale GOIIIHIII Vounal School G1 eatex than all the leesone 111 methodb XVLIC the othe1 thmgs that I lea1 ned I1 om them whleh have helped me as I have cont111ued 111 the xvoxlx To Mme Ilalhdav to xvhom thus V611 hoolx IS aHect1onately dechcateel hx LVCIV alumnus, I would expxese mx SIIICCIC 'xnd GVC1 l1lC1 easmq ElDlJ1CC1'i'ElO1'1 that hex hte touehed m1ne and that many IIINCS h we I heen helped hx he1 xx o1ds, Don t cmqs '1 l3IlClgC untxl you eome to lt hut lay the paxlnff stones along the wav The l5Ol.1lfl1CI I1 New F11Ql1l1fl B1aneh ot the GOll1H11l Ixoxmal School lxlllllllll AQSOCITIIOII extends to all alunnu 'md to the l11Ll'l'1lJC1S ot the clabs of mneteen hun rhed thnty three xx ho max he lot tted 111 thm v1e1n1ty next year, 1 CO1Cl1Zl.l IHVIIZIAEIOII to jOl1l oux HSSOCIZIIIOII and to eh'ue xvlth Uh 111 pavmg lI11lJ1.1lIC to our Klma Mate1 Haxe f'11th xn G01 ham Noxmwl the1e she stands toel'1v Belox ed hv all our l1C'1I'l.9 could each hut have IIS sax , Temple of lC'l1l'lll1g at mdnxq on the h1ll P01 tale of xxwdom SWll'lQll'Ig open still IIaxe f11th 111 G01 ham Normal hold the VISIOI1 lngh I ovaltv, I'1clel1tv newer let them Che, True to Alma AIHICI tllouglx f'11' we may Qtrax We pleelsge to thee our Hrm support, G N S for age Iva V Lui 20 IJICYIIIIIIIL G1e0f111qx N01 m tl ll1ll beems almost '1 ehstant xeeollecuon Lllltll one Qtops to 1Cl'l111l1SCC fhen the IUUSIC the fun the L1 ammmsg fot exams, even the excitement of the May Ball all seem ts yeste1ela3 Yet the 11'llIC1VCl1l11Q' tune would show 1tselI, xvele we to go haclx and t1y to he what we wele th1ee yetns ago happy, eage1 gladuates of 19.50 IO1 xve have g1OXVl1 SIIICC then and ale st1ll g1OVV111g Instead of Mlss llalhdav, M155 IO1ClZl11 and the othe1 teaehem, expeuence COIUDFISCS the only one We thought of g1E1ClL12ltlO11 as an enehng, hut the enehng IS just the begmmng Clzaflotte Cates, '30 page smfy one 'J C 4 Y .. J , ' ' I ' e ' A I I. '-1 - .1- .1 41 -In v- 'mx - ' " - -' v -C 1' .1 .1---. ,- 2- , ,x -.x ' 'K fir- I - ' ' -1 ' - - - 1-v: .x- rx - - C - h - The great teachers of the world have heen those who taught not hy preeept A' - ' lx - - - 7.18-, My - 1 ' - ' ' A - - .xx-9 -I - ' A :- - A ' . W . - I . . F ' . 7- A . D 1' e , . . , . . . e .. . ,' . af-.' . ,. r. I . . 3 . . - m - C , - 8 ' ,x - Q-, .1 - - ' I xx - - k-- 'N , A A ' A ' . . . - ,1 ' 1: - ' 1 f .1 :xx .1 Y - 1- - A if 3 - , K. C , -I' ' -n C , - I yn I A P C 7 I I S J L L ' dal, 1 1 T . I . T I - M . s, A ' 4 I L , , g Jr Ln C DA" ,A , L C I A A -x C1 " V - K K --1 K I' K I 1-Y' C ll I A! .. rr " .FP , 1 - "M, 1 A 3 v il I K 1 AA' I ,qv I ' C . ,. .T 2.5 : 1. Y' ' 'L" 1 , ' ' 11-A - , Y OJ. V-I pa. --'-L-.LL-,411 .Ti .M H I-A-ii'i,.-,L Q11 :ix V ' 'N' 1 R3 f 1 Mes" - f--1,-ii-' -1 rg 2 i " ' V , f',.--- , ,gg - ,. . fy., 'l' ' i ' f'-. . .filiflii e "9-if fi V 'W 1 i ri- if F X M ,L W .vp 5 l . , A K: W .iw X. .IAAFA-1 ivy W ri -5 V . lf, " -.Y V It Jr 1 r V xtvlxk I 1 . l L -' ' ' 7 1 1 ' "Tile lofty oak from ar .rmall acorn. grows." Does every acorn develop into a mighty oak? Only the acorn with a sound heart, dropped into fertile soil, watered by winter snows and summer showers, Hooded with sunshine and buffeted by raging winds, will produce in time a monarch oak. It is the height of the tree and its spreading branches that charm us, yet it could not be so without its roots. They are life giving. VV e, who love the Gorham Normal School, know that at its beginning it had a "heart to resolve, a head to contrive. and a hand to executen in our Pater. VV e know that its environment was ideal for growth-set on a hilltop in one of New England's prettiest villages. with the mountains, the sea, and lVlaine's metropolis on its horizon. In these later years, the faculty with its strong leadership, has supplied the "one exclusive sign of knowledge-the power of teaching." To this faculty in September, 18941, came Katharine Halliclay. She was 'lgentle to hear and kindly to judge." She could teach because she loved her task and she suggested and inspired pupils to wish to teach. As the years went by and the Gorham Normal School grew in numbers and in influence, Miss Halliday's task became greater, her influence in the educational and spiritual life of the student broader. She kept pace with the growth of the school. Along with her history and her literature, she taught that happiness is not the end of life but that character is 3 that character is higher than intellect. lt always seemed as though she said, "lf l can put one touch of a rosy sunset into the life of a student, I shall feel that I have worked with Godfi 'W e love her for those qualities which made her not only a teacher but a friend. Cora Dillinglmm Rolzcrfs, 195. Last summer, as I stood looking over the beautiful Gorham campus, marveling at its transformation, Dr. Russell must have read my mind, for what he said to me was this: "Can you recall the days before these trees were here?,' Swiftly my mind went back over the years to my hrst coming. The trees looked very small and scattered then, and of the buildings, only Corthell and Robie Halls were in being. As the trees have grown, so have the buildings in number-the principalfs charming house, East Hall, Russell Hall. the new training school over the way- and, too, the faculty has increased to match the ever-rising numbers of the students, and the variety of courses has been increased to meet the demands of the times. That new training school, for instance, was built to provide opportunities to teach in every grade from kindergarten to junior high. How great the growth has been in things seen! Greater, we trust, has it been in things not seen, in the spirit that makes a school worth while, in influence growing like the elms ever wider spread- ing. deeper rooted. ' ln all these years of growth, no one has more delighted in it, no one given more of herself to it or made a deeper impression on the minds and hearts of her pupils than the beloved teacher to whom this edition of the GREEN AND WHITE is dedi- cated-Miss Katharine Halliday. Lou M. Buker. page sixty-two Deal l'11z11a'r It QIVLS 111e a quee1 leehng to he asked to co11t11b11te to tl1e AI11111111 Sect1o11 of the GRILN AND WIIITF but 1 am glad to have l1ved f111OUQ11 the expeuences that make lt 1305911316 101 111e to be 1211116341 as o11e of that o1ga1117at1o11 Ce1ta111l5 It 11 as 1e1y f1tt111s, to dedlcate the ye11 hook to M1ss 11'11l1day when It bezus the theme of Cr1OVVlI11 N0 011e can fully 1eal1Le just how 111uc11 that qulet lox able teachel co11t11b11ted to tl1e lJ6ttL1l11C.1'l1. of the school, CC1l.lC'l11011cl.llV and spn 111111115 11e1 cl1ee1y, perseveung 131 esence wlll be nnsseel 111 tl1e halls of G01l1a111 NO1I11Hl keep one busy It also pxesents sex enteeu oppo1t11111t1es 101 betteung tl1e world 1 have d1scove1ee1 that tl1e1e 1S a xast amount of d11Te1e11ee between tl1eo1y and p1act1ce I 111111157 belleve, l1ONVLVC1, tl1at the 111601165 should 11eve1 he Lbandoned 1 .1111 glad 101 '1 ehance to send 1111 Qreetlngs to 111y 11 lLl1ClS at 1101 l1a111 1 w1sl1 them all el chance to p1 ove what they ea11 do 111 then chosen held of C11C1CelVO1 S111ce1elv Mmjoa ze 11100111 J2 Many of the AI11111111 w1ll he 111te1ested to l'1Lcl1 that Mxss A11Zl.1gL1C111C Greene ofthe Class of 1909 taught f1o111 qCl7tC111l7C1 1930 to June, 1937 111 11e111y Ford s unxque school at 136111301 11, 1V1lC1ll0 111 111119 IS the o11g111al l31.l1lC111lQ 111 wl11cl1 M1 150161 ILCCIVCC1 1115 ea1ly CC1L'lCZ1t1OI1 'md 1S twp1cal of the A1111e11ca11 V1l11Se School of thxee q11'11te1s of a centtux ago fX11 1ll11st1 171.11011 of 115 q11a111t '1pp0111t111e11ts 111ay be seen 111 tl1e old stvle stove used 101 heatmg tl1e wooden benches, Flllfl the qllillllt eoach Wlllell meets the te'1c11e1s each 11101111110 1t the Vll1'1gC gate 10110.15 SIIIIIJUHI, OI Old 41011121111 means 11111el1 to 111e The assoc1at1o11, both w1t11 the students and faculty tl1e 6l1C11Z111t1TlC11f ot 1ts settmg axnonq the t1 ees 011 the l11ll, the t111e and lastmg 111CI1flQl1lPS foxmeel Zlllfl the manv 111c1de11ts W11lCl1 the receehng years only 111ag111fy VVe F150 to th1s toast the school we loxe most 1ts fC'1Cl1Cl5 115 classrooms and halls 1ts campus 'md nooks 1ts hbrarg md books ltS 1Jl1llC1ll1g5 mth 11116 cox ered XK'1l1i Tl11s toast of ought e1ght That 0111 lose ne er abate That fO1 GOI ham tw1l1 grow w1tl1 each vear , LOV1l1g thoughts are e11shr111ecl LOVll1g hearts ale 6I'11XVll'lCC1 W1tl1 111e111or1es we all hold so dear Theo lflfzlsoaz Lm 11, '08 page vnfv three ,A 4..,.1,' 1 . Q .. A i J. 1 I W v 1. n ,, . . ,, A -' rr 91 'f 1 -Y ' ' ' ' Al' "2 ' ' f ' :LL V ' ' 1 km' ' ' -C ' ' ' 1' ' A L ' - 1 , J 1: , ya . . .x ', ' ' . .N D A . , J ff .11 s- -' 1 - 1 1- J - 1 - - C " ' v V"- . 1 yn A. n 3 1 A -A -I 1 -3. ' gh: . . - I Zllll at present teaching in a l'lll'Zll scl10ol. Seventeen pupils in' nine grades 1 ' m- 1' ' ,v - - ' - - ,ms - - ' 1 - ', , .1 - .1 - -' - .1- .1 Z 1 ' 1 1 -,' 1' f A 1' "1 . . . 1 1- - - - 1 - A -L U I - - J . . - 1 c 5 , , v e , .' my . - . .1 .n . A . 1 . My . In A N. .wh N - n 5 :ff ' ' k , - . ' 1 " 4- xi ' ' r X' .- if " , H A , - , 4 ' ' - , , ! - kq - . I ' - ' ' ' C : To . 1 . , To ' . 1 ' , ' .. 1 1, To ' ' . 1 , ' To ' . ' . f 2 ., . , 1 ' 4 - 7 ' ' 4. l A '95 ALUMNUS RETURNS IN 1932 ,Q "VV hat would our ancestors say if they could come back?" In some degree I had this experience when I stood on Normal Hill last June for the first time since my graduation in '95. H Memory told me that G. N. S. was the front half of Corthell Hall, the only building on the hilltop, that it housed assembly hall, classrooms and the "model" school, and, with a staff of exceptional teachers, sent into the educational field twice each year students Well grounded in the teaching technique. I recalled the beauti- ful maple-bordered path we followed to the dormitory, once the old "Seminary," the hard work, the rigid discipline, the simple pleasures, the red letter days of a Shakespearean play or pageant, and the joy of intimate association with the teach- ers who were all in all to us. VVhat my eyes saw as I stood on the hilltop was so different it was almost beyond belief. I found Corthell Hallfalmost twice its original size, with adequate classrooms, Robie Hall and I-East I-Iall, making residence comfortable aiid pleasant for the girls, the Principal's beautiful home 5 Russell Hall, a 'lasting memorial to the ever-faithful Principal, Dr. Russell,,with its opportunities for physical educa- tion and recreationg Academy Hall and the brick shop in the yard. embracing the Industrial Arts: and at the foot of the hill, where our dormitory stood, a well- equipped practice school. Of course, it has been a gradual change. but to me it seemed that some magic wand had been waved over the hilltop. And what of outside activities? In place of "candy pulls," "socials," and "sings," I found well organized County, Art, Dramatic, Music, and Athletic Clubs, Religious 'Societies and I:1'2ItC1'l1lflCSQ contributing to the happiness of the students and developing them in poise and leadership. VVith a faculty increased from eight to thirty-four, and a plant of such propor- tions, G. N. S. is, as it always has been, prepared to take its rightful place in pro- fessional education, and the Pater's vision has surely been realized. This remarkable development has taken place during Miss Halliday's connec- tion with the school, and every alumnus will be delighted that her many years of devoted service are to be recognized by the dedication of the 1933 year book to her. I was a member of her first class, and can speak with feeling of her ability and understanding heart, and I am sure that down through the years, the girls are deeply thankful for the privilege of living with such a woman. Here's to the school that has always been ahead ofthe times. I-Iere's to the spirit of G. N. S. A Edzwima Robb, '95, page sixty-four my'-AT 1' s' 25194 AS WE WERE IN 1900 'iii .",jI -A - . 4 3 'gg .1-,QQ gj?11fFQ,',-:sir 'JIj4fI4,Qg:gQ",rs'-',gap 1:2 1,7 T411--sf"m3a17'Ti-.?:.F,Qi:+'5 . 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Who can forget the long walk from Mosher's Corner. when you had missed the train? C The electrics ran no farther than that, and there were no busses or hitch 11iki5g.p Then there were the fire drills, when the companies from all tioors in Robie Hall were called in the wee small hours of the night to fight an imaginary blaze, and the commands of Companies 1, 2 and 3 could be heard all over the building. The students now have their May Balls, but we had parties instead. Some of us will never forget my "Cobb-webb party" that sorely displeased Mr. Corthell, and how the webbs came down more quickly than they were put up. One ot the outstanding events of the whole year was the public examination, when fond parents, superintendents and townspeople sat in judgment upon us as prospective teachers. This exhibition program usually ended with a special number by the Physical Training department. I can see them now presenting the long wand drill. a dozen girls or so, dressed in sweeping black skirts, white shirt waists and black bow ties. This picture recalls to me what Miss Stone always said in drilling us,-"Try to think of something directly over the middle of the top of the head- something you can't reach-Stretch for it," The memories are many and dear and as Sara Teasdale has said- "Better than the minting Of a gold-crowned king Is the safe kept memory Of a lovely thing." Charlotte Parsons Collins, '00, fr-age sixty-.ri,1' IUHIJANIZAI IUNB, I ,- W-vy. 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I' 5 .' f... . fy? 1-. .5 .Q 'f ' -1-J 1 ,, .AY, A -,ix x ,, f 'L I T'111lcy W' L-1ml1 IVIISS Tmdzm R j"1el111s M MacDonald HOUSE COMMITTEE 'll1e student g0ve111111e11t of C-301113111 N01111al qchool 1S P1OLlCl of tl1e sp111t of l1elpIul11ess c00pe1at1011, se1 VICC and 13615011211 1esp011s1b111ty that IS 111z1111ta111ecl by the guls 111 the C101 1111t0r1es fl1101.1Ql1OUt the scl100l yezu l he llouse C01111111ttee, composecl of 11111e 111e111be1s, 'L p1es1cle11t and vzee P1681 dent, IS elected by the student c0u11e1l to SUPC1 VISC the d011111t011es I 111s CO11ll111tfCC, weekly w1tl1 her t0 chscuss pl'111s to 1111131 ove cl0r1111t01y hfe Seveml SOClZ1l fL1llCtlOl'lS 'ue 91JOI1bO1CCl by tl1e House C01111111ttee du1111g tl1e school yea1 At the Uall0we'e11 P'1rtx held 111 Russell Hall, strange Cl12l.lZlClIC1'S XVGIC 1J1LSCllt and an C1llQC1t'l.lIl11lC11t was gIVCl1 Cl111st111as was CClClJ1 ated by an e11te1 t'1111111e11t 111 Ce11te1, 111 wl11cl1 the l11dcle11 talent of 1112111 of 0111 f1lC1lClS was cl1s Y pl'1yccl Il1StC'lCl of the usual toy spits late1 g1V6l1 t0 tl1e Express Santa Claus 111 P01tlt111cl, 111011ey w1s gwen f01 the 17001 md needy 111 G0rhz1111 Page 511 M' seven .. . , . xl E A ' l C - yn . V ' . n .- which is l1elpecl, aclvisecl and guided by Miss SlO1'ClZl11, Dean of XN70111e11, meets .' 7 .gl L ,' ' . 4 X . I. -1 1 1 - 'N' ' I V '1 i ' '- r ' . c , 'E' 1 ' . 4' ' s 'if WSU12-eff'--"1'1'uf-.4 ' -t-:xx 4-v,-.'..,:--A-ef'-.- msg.-f .J . .L -. -.-im -- - My 7- ,N .- A ----Q.-H,--. - 1-'-- -V.-'--H ' :J,f"-. A -,fj4'-s.t.4.f:'- Z .a T A - W" 71,-'J 'iw -,-115-9' GT-:QT '-ff,-.7-'-11':ft. -S f.?' -'L 'WYE' ff' rs: -f.5gw.f LHP? -1 +23 ijgfirg.-.fu-. I if'-fm .4faws'f'9 t'-:ef.:f4'fI1,.:-.srw,'if' an uf'.-in--1 w f." f1:u- - - 1.zfffgisfgig--ffrcw',ff-ef-at f ff,.-r.:-ft-.pw ta ff 5 9 'Fifi l si-2iff,d52Fj1g,5"lC2-" " ' Q -' ffif-5-M1211,,..,.:..f?:ii1a3e5?.2 ,,f',itf.ffKf1'5 ' . ,, -,. Kg ,Q , , r V ,. , . ,..-,.4.,-bag..-A,,-, ,..T q,i,g,,,M--,,.,.,, . '--'F' L l" his Q:-i 11. 'P"f:'-'f'1i'X7tU"i' 'RTE'-ii' 'T l1H"- , "fffi.a.Q 7.'IlQZ..-ei'-' ' "-,fi 'ttf 'i il. 'i ffl "'-f4t'ff4l7"f'U u fi. .M-a n 5' if l 3 1 l .--PCA - ' s"""1-' . ' +J'i..f ' f -'T rf 1 f 'V' -- 'T'-ifial 1.,..Vl... Q Neg. , I. 20:57, ,. . L j i, Aa- , A Qing pf-Ara' Q . S 1, .N law. .J s f f '- MVIJ. gg, S-J l --,, - -- rf Q -5 ., l Top row: I. Abbott, M. Bean, C. Allen, N. Leland, I. Luiz, L. Abbott, VV. Cragin, M. Moulton, Mr. Packard. Middle row: V. Scott, C. Waltz, I-I. Abbott, L. Dolliver, M. Hall, M. MacDonald, H. Tracy, M. Soper, E. Reed. Bottgmrfosi: B. Harmon, E. Huntoon, G. Porter, Miss Hastings, D. lllarr, Miss VVood, E. Brown, . 1c's. , THE CIVIC COMMITTEE This organization, entirely representative of the student body, with three faculty members as advisors, has as its aim the promotion of the happiness and wel- fare of the students. Any projects which tend to fullill this aim are presented to and discussed by this group. Thus many of the most important activities carried out by the students are done so under the supervision of this committee. This year among their outstanding accomplishments were the Superintendents' Day, the sending of two delegates, Miss Doris Marr and Mr. Louis Jensen, to the New York Convention, and special chapel exercises. The. Civic Committee has in addition this year introduced a Receiving Com- mittee, Whose duty it is to conduct parents and friends of the student body through- out the buildings on our campus. At the present time the Civic Committee is working on plans whereby a permanent fund for the sending of delegates to the New York Convention may be established. Another plan soon to be put in motion by this group is the founding of a Book Exchange Committee, a much-needed organization on our campus. page sixty-eight I l 5 . .5 r if , y ' flieigi , ' 7 4..wifi,f--e-fi-.g'j:f.feT:2:Vm1fQlt,'1ti',:jf1 .,jfie", if ,bij 'Ji .., ,T'Til!"1f.- :' ., 51 4li7lQ'Jff,'1- 9 l1z.a3,QL 1 . :iw-'Tcl , 1, .-, " -1-if-lf-. Q1'i1T"f'f-112'-1l'fA.Fri! fgfgu. , il ,I V-x,-A f I ,Y . -rg, ,. ,V i -. fs ,Hx W.,-fv:.,x-kiwi... . ,iff l C. X t -. ,JJ f mxgzrlbfx 5 IL-4 fv V, J- Nui, u,u'13li5,1gQg,l 1 , - ' X' if - 1, ,'. 'VN "N l f' V ' LJ'-i i "li ' "-'i"iix7:'c."fl :I iv "' L.,-5 VK' l'--i -1 gf" .L .HEI .Q ,Q 1 "-A. . v.. Top row: M. Cook, P. Elwell, A. Richardson, M. Tibbetts. Middle row: L. Marston, A. Rubinsky, P. Huston, A. Scott, M. Haley, H. Scott, E. Sterling. Bottom row: M. Bell, A. Turner, Miss Wihry, N. XVilliston, M. Super, A. Miller. ART CLUB One of the most prominent clubs of the school is the Art Club, the purpose of which is to bring together students who wish to study art more thoroughly. This year the Art Club has taken up charcoal drawing and the fashioning of jewelry. In December, under the direction of Miss VVihry and Miss Andrews, the Art Club prepared and presented for the enjoyment of the school an Evening of Art and Music. From the proceeds of this entertainment a plaque of the Madonna and the Child was presented to the Gorham Normal School. An exhibition of Madonna pictures and one of Japanese prints was also given. ' This year the Art Club has been very successful in its undertakings through the interest of its members and the guidance of Miss YVihry.' OFFICERS President, AUDREY TURNER Vice-President, NORMA WILLISTON Secretary, MARIE SOPER page sixty-11i11c '-5-A-:fs 1,-'r-xfeasegkms-11qif31s:f:1.ww-3 'ff' '.gi:1::i:f' .1-1:5 ',-jf'5::11:fg,g:..- -swf: 'faves-z..a.2' -I-ffifii-z..fT l l '4z"1l'f., .wg-rf'2'L'1f1 I' Q 'iw' ifrrf-'f1l:f'.4Afii':-1 -gf-fr' . .'.fi5wff5-la V71 . ':- f2?53:Z?:f.:-Ari-4.5111"--Qftw--1-ls:-ff H.-.s1f'-'-Tl,,1i-F ,n, .,., My ,f.,ff.rJLc,f,.. , J. ., . , ,-1,1 ,,.,.,i.,, .. i-..,1, w -.I f-.tu-?i.4f'.-:f',sLb-f f--t..1v.D- 'JU .ai-,iiyi-.Aw ,Ll - ,-' ff . sb:-iff-f V 1 . " if-,.4fe:'.1--ry'--ff, 2-Q-1frrt2",.f' rf:-fl I it if -I vw - A peasti-fslfitegffn fffteiffftlgig I fir" ' K i ' " " H33 Lf':f f13f'.'2 -5-gi .cg 67:3 -I-.QSM-1 ' Ji- I . ,e I.: -' V g ,tp.J',-,pl A vt, 7- 15-. gfI7'5Z:gI:f,t..f-"T:,, ' is 1a'.M'Sj-2-.fa.g,ii'lxl5f-Q ,' ff Vw, I waz-srrga1i?f.:'f ,fd me Vial if-.1f:sQ.in 'cuff -ia-if-I -I A f.q'i:f'-feng-V+. I f'.e1v.,'sRv',I,-,fwim "--Kffw l 2: 1 -I lligl, rw ' -aff" . lwfif'-if .Lf '1 fsmil-.:':.,g,04:,?: li K I l 57, , an-3 , Q77 L.-.1 , ru,-'.lf.' ' U35 5 vit nf, .wi mp, Ist-s W Q in . 6 f !jw-gfa'f1g-fi 'T' . I 'fy X1-1' ' ia. . . w,, :LJ Y if Top row: R. Clay, R. Linnell, M. Hall, MI Dow, E. Farnham. Bottow row: A. Miller, D. Marr, D. Berry, Miss Upton, A. Hamlin, V. Clark. Y. W. C. A. Our Y. NV. C. A., like other similar organizations all over the world, has as its purpose-"to unite in the desire to live a full and creative life through a grow- ing knowledge of Godg We are determined to make this life possible for all other people, and we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him." In all activities we undertake and all that we do, the members- of the "YU seek to carry out this great purpose. Each week there is a meeting conducted by students or faculty members with outside speakers. These gatherings have grown to mean a great deal in the lives of our girls. Activities carried out during the year are a means of raising funds to send delegates to Camp Maqua. Wie strive- to have all the girls in school interested in HY" and make our organization 'El valuable part of the larger association all over the world. OFFICERS President, ANNA HAMLIN Vice-President, lDOROTI-IY BERRY Secretary, VIRGINIA CLARK ' T1'easu1'er, DORIS MARR ,- page .s'e'zJenly .4 1:1 ,rizwiy ' . 7''QVQLPEE-gE?fwi-I13:1xi?f'?i5E4frf.lf1f1i'f?-ifV55 1 .1-1 -i f ...fi f ..-4 N. - ,- , - , V' ., . .. , , . 5'-fitftp' --1S-ggg,".'::5g.1.'?'.Ifij Spf", , Wg, j.i-QQ: if -' 3 u .4-gf-g:,2jjj5.fQl'.115--'1-,fyQ4:,1'f::f-51,3if-'."f1g iff. li 'lfl a!2.gff.f4A1. '-'f.ff2,--fsf-"H V 'f-rw":tf-'i ,1-2-,-i:1:frg:.f'-"1diHifi-1'4f'Qf-'l1-X fi ru'-W' -if ,, ,w.,,-, H , A A, , HV, .. ., ,- ,,A,, A . ,, I L., 4 , gl ,. t , of . , i '54,-I ,. if- .fx s , ,Y ALJ ,I V -- -lb, 5j.,,l..1.4Q,-.,w,.,l1f-jvllisjikrl3-yi, pi - X iv I M :Il U ffm 3:1 ,g lil f- K- q .ly-M113 V1 .:ig3',2g14f.i,1:q-Af' 5,1-gifs-3 f !4.p-', 3g',14:: ic.-iw' r' '. -W. -1 X .j f -4 .J ',--., : .4 i - X ,f , K V., -1 A . V-.. ,lx-gals, ,'4,:l,,.f L ,f-, 1 -5,45 l q, Lt, la. 3 i,:- . Ui, -Z, . F ,-. 5 , T ,VI I in - -K f ' 1 vm l Q' see-Jf"f ' .- f - H-7' 2 . '-'-f"frfj?' ,, - N Vs, t ,t,,.' l-.j.1,- ll I-.sl we ' W' -' i i" l ' "V --U-: -l " - ' i ' " TN-.":.I-'J J. tl u ggr- " f g .1 ,sf-,iqr f '- 1 LM! wi J .A vp l ' --.D - .. N ,W l Top row: L. Bartlett, C. Allen, L. Young, N. Plaisted, P. Boothby, R. Smith. Middle row: M. Bean, P. Chapman, D. Vllight, C. VVarmester,.VV. Hart, R. Hallett, C. Ronco. Bottom row: R. Smith, M. Moulton. E. Tobey, Mr. Packard, A. McSorley, B. Rawnsley. Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C. A. meets every week in a social study of the life of Christ. These meetings are supervised hy various members, They have promoted Chris- tian fellowship by donating to the Evening Express Santa Claus Fund. They have also sponsored a picture-lecture entertainment, at which stereopticon slides accom- panied a lecture on the Life of Christ, under the direction of the Portland Branch of the Volunteers of America. The Faculty Party, one of the large events of the school year, is an annual project of the Y. M. C. A. We extend a cordial invitation to any non-inemlners of G. N. S. to attend one of our meetings and see for themselves if it would not be worth their while to belong to our organization. OFFICERS President, ANDREW TWZCSORLEY Vice-Presidewzt, LEONARD CURTIS Secretary, TCENNETH TWITCHELL T1'Gl16"LH'l?I', MAXWELL NTOULTON C lzalplain, TCERMIT GROVER page .vavrrzly-alle y 57j3f:f" ' 'T::i-:iii-L1l2'i'ii1i,'iQ':ffI1'L'ffiJi'?5l.L5'iifgliilifff'-Q ffiziffi 1' fi: TT? . 'A J,N-5i"?,73'2Q-13-2l"f73F?'-'T-'f-17'ff-555"mi',f 4"l"5f:Fl fan,-4. ,ef,--,fm--,sr 4-,,-f. apr of .1-fi'-1,-in 1..1.-3 si-1 if,-g.f::,m "rn, . -, - ,- fgzfeti,ww-p,.1iQ-1 Jgfr-:1.:q--.,-q-1 'fl-as -1'l - max-1' .-'iff ff'-"-1 4 f.:'r"-' ff: ---1 -- J . I- -'- 'svn-4" fu'-'z'i"f1--v.-,r -, 1 V L' A: l ,' " .-X's3-:.:.s- 7-if A-4 - ,:"f'-,,.' , Nh' ' ' .. - .Y ' - i- - ' -gi . -f '-.-".iiL1lQe'L-j. ,u'.,.g: 5, 34'-xi 3.127191 ,g , '-' . -X. v -f-AD' s-.f , ,Y - ff 1- 1-,J , . -- .asA...+ -NA --"M: - .f--f- . A-.- 1 - A -..,.- M. .M 'ig . 5511,-3'574,,:f3.,.'f.g,t'yl'f-:ii-fhf' F' . Y of-f?1,'.' ..,-,i-lmf 11.3 1" -if ji: l,w.Jj-T if: ,Vee , . ."'f.' J Ji t . 5 lf' ,C-1 'i'7LfE"5f??:Ei-L ll pf' ' V . Y f , -, 'fi'-' i A iff' Ttiffii - 'ffi'fiR'1' H' 4, 2 1,2-2.-sf' . ' e..-- --f, - N 1' ' .9 1'-,+ rl- V-A-14 Q--fffzl. ,, .---gif-1-r1L,,Zj'-sw-. fs -, 1 4' -, " -- A I4-:fZ5ifM'fa5-has-6-1" L: "- ' '-ll:s.5:'n-' f- -.1 ll,-' -2- ' '. X T -. 'f-r'f1:. , '--Hx-1-.il-:wfl ewbzf- " +ff41eiJ Zi: 1 I TT. 1'-. M -:si .,. fri" A. lv- X. ' f f . i -1 X Q- A-J ljf' ' Q . IL .l'.- lil . f , ."-,Wi - i - "N"i'4""' ' ". ' l I' ' i -l-1 " fi' T'.:2'?1-.f ,,. , ., -,.f,. L. .. . -. , , 31.41 ,i 1. . 7 ,.. 14 -.1- 5 Q 4 . 1 i n 1 f' , , ge, --,-,If 0,-r "" I 'Z A at jar -" ' -- L Av L C , ' I Top row: D. Gallison, A. Lake, A. Crane, M. Shaiu. Middle row: R. Hooper, E. Kane, M. Maclutyre, N. Leland, H. Johnson, E. Hill, L. Hinckley, Bottom ,rowt R. Ginn, H. Tyler, H. Haraden, Miss Jencks, T. Crane, A. Alexander, S. Fitzmorris. WASHINGTON-HANCOCK COUNTY CLUB , The VVa.shington-I-Iancock County Club strives to bring together all members of this county for further acquaintance and understanding. VV e try to encourage and aid in developing, in the members, such desirable qual- ities as sincerity, loyalty, friendship, thoughtfulness, genuineness, courtesy, rever- ence, sociability and honor. Our club, the first club of its kind to be organized at Gorham Normal School, is growing each year and becoming of more value, not only to its own members, but to the school as a whole. Among the social events sponsored by us each year are a big Fall Hop in Center, parties of various kinds throughout the year, and a wienie roast in the spring. Many interesting and worthwhile meetings are held during the year. May our club continue to grow both in membership and in moral value! OFFICERS Presidmit, DAVID CRALLISON Vice-Prefs-ident, PIARRIET TYLER Smrretary, lilELEN l-IARADEN 7i7'L'CI-.S'1!1'6I', THELMA CRANE page .Y!?'ZlC1l1fj"f'ZU0 lop row C Snutlm L Cote C Isnnbull '1 Abbott C Allen C VV'1tts Multllc 1ow B R lwnslq 1-I Bedell B VVebster M Nnttmg O Chnl D Berry lx Grown Bottom IDX! 'I Sleuns M lhrle D Ilttleneld 1 Svplzers Miss Ioxd M Humor M Doggett YGRK COUNTY CLUB 1 he York County Club, one of the largest county clubs of the school, 1S a socxal Olg2ll1l7Z'LtlOl'1 Thxs feature alone makes lt a. very WO1 thwhlle Olg8.11lZ!:1t1OU, SIHCC lt brmgs togethex all those students and teachers who hve 111 Yo1l: County Several actlvltxes of lnterest are SpOl'1S01CCl cluung the yeal, VVl'11Cl1 not only help the club memhels to become bettex acqualnted but lJI'11'lg them mto close1 touch NV1tl1 mem bels of the VZ'lI'1Ol1S clubs The hearty Splflt of coopexatxon of York County stu dents has helped to make tlus club 4 success OFFICERS Pv vs1de11t, ELILABETH SYPHERS Sec: eta? 51 and T1 easm cv, SHI1aL1:Y SMART page seventy the ee .. f ' j ' ' l " , ' f l - L --- rx . . T' V lv 1 J ' I I X' . J W ' " 5 . 1. , 4. ', . 1 , . . , . , 1. 1. . ' . . , - . , ' , .. Y , . 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A V V - .X I : , . 5 ,V In , xr A N ,R .4 e' - '-- i ' 'A b ' - i ,, , . 1 '1 N, K mfr, ,Z X. ",'- v 2 'I---" - ' ' ff , ,file .- V fix-X--Q." J yll N-1 qv ,X ,ill , te- "-' H., iw..-wg -1 .jx sxvzl.-1 I , ',, W.. -- --. HN.: YV: .h K .-' 1' 'L' J Top row: M. Bickford, 'M. Nash, C. Waltz, L. Harkins, MI. Dodge, V. Hanna, N. Osier, B. Dnnton. Bottom row: C. Gross, M. Cutts, Miss Keene, C. Crocker, M. Reilly, L. Wallace, L. Prior. LINCOLN COUNTY CLUB The purpose of thisiclub is to promote social activity and to create a more home-like atmosphere for the students attending Gorham Normal' School from Lincoln County. ' The meetings of the club are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month to provide entertainment and recreation for its members, thereby develop- ing and encouraging a more friendly feeling among the students from the various sections of Lincoln County. Aside from the regular social meetings of the club, several entertainments have been presented during the year, including atparty in Center and a pienic, to which other members of the school were cordially invited to attend. Because of these en- joyable elub meetings, many pleasant memories have been added to those which will always be associated with Gorham Normal School. OFFICERS P1'e.v'ident, CAROLYN CROOKER Vice-President, MARIORIE CUTTS Secretary, MARGARET REILLY T1'ea.m1'er, LILLIAN WALLACE .rczfenly-fain ,.s f lop mn F Huntoon -X Hnuls Il How1rd Middle row M Colby D Pack ml I Bwrtlett M Pmtt A G'udlne1 Bottom ron l Ross R l mnell M lion B I 'ldnl VV lxnlgore I Lallenclo OXFGRD COUNTY CLUB P1 aszdcnt, MARGARLT Dow The Oxford County Club was O1 gamzed to form at stronger bond of fuend shlp among the students f101'I1 the V23.110l1S towns 111 Oxfo1d County rep1esented 111 the school The club meets twice monthly l.1l1ClCl the leaclexshlp of the 1J1CSlCl611lC, M211 gan et Dow and faculty 21ClVlSOl, MISS Stone Aftet the busmess at these meet mgs, each membex at some tlme 01 other IS chan man of the p1Ogl2'l111 fO1 the eve mug The club IS one of the f01Cl110St 111 COOpCl2l.'fl1lg' XVltl'1 the school and P1OV1Cl mg EI SOC1Zll 2lt1HObpl'1C1E! for all It 1S hoped that the club wlll be as successful 111 the future as It has been 111 the past page svfvwzfv jim' iw: ,rrp p:"'fj','g1-5:-at Q. .::jf,""-,111-".i'1L 'C -' T fi-"i43:f:r.91i.-Qi"7. 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' 'c ' .Y,' liil- f "F" -.J "s'-S.x1.i'fflt-.-:ffF 'ff 1 - 1 T ' , , ul"-1 1 . .I 54 1, ' j X., l i T 1 11 X, '. iQ-- 'Q " 'li 'i"' Q, I4 .5 ,f i" 1' 'T'f.'-ig'fifi' L4 .,, 1 V E ly 2 l . Y, ,tic . L '4 ' "fl i Top row: M. Barrett, H. LeSage, H. Tracy, H. Seaverns, E. Johnson, M. Kehoe, Mi. Palladino. Bottom row: Miss Jencks, F. Remillarcl, R. Griffin, J. Luiz, M. Hall, Miss Lewis. MASSACHUSETTS The Massachusetts Club is made up of the members of the student body and faculty whose homes are in Massachusetts. Our meetings are held every other Monday evening in Robie Hall Library, for the purpose of bringing the members of our native state together and to make the others in the school better acquainted with each other through the social activities We sponsor. These dances and parties number approximately six during the school year. Our membership for this year was thirty-five. Some of our activities during the year were a picnic, the Fall Hop, which was the opening event on the 1932-1933 social calendar of G. N. S., the Christmas Dance 3 then at that most trying time of the whole year when all the banks closed, we held the Bankrupt Hop. This was something new and only an experiment but a successful one. Our admission fee was tive cents. The decorations were news- papers. This all goes to show that it doesn't take expense to make a time enjoyable. OFFICERS President, MARY I4.lALL Vice-President, FRANCES REMILLARD S ecretary, ELLA JOHNSON Treasurer, JOSEPH LUIZ pqge S67JL'll-fy-Jil' I. I x .1 .VIN . 11f3f.1-Q 'ffifsiiff . H' e i llf.1'1,x,, we fszig-..,,1.jf'--',."fs?q.',EJ,:-.1 1-. ,.212515,aiifag-E.2:43"f'.g Hg,"p5',l 1 11: at la 1 f'. - 77 iff-ff: A ' 'Ffa-e--f.'if-,-Ji1Ef"t12-bfff'f1'rf1"?1:"11r.?'if'f-Yelp ff-T? ' :Jlz?"lu.f N i .sf1,eggf1'ff-yr. .. l -. .s -. 2 . .. .gfi.f,.f:ii1.! :.2,'f1q1,1,L..g , l. 1, . if - - '-.fl.i'2 '. f ' .l. vfwlwfif,-if' .,f1L- , f A -, f ,f-' '- 3 :' 1 . '-, -if .- --. 'X r ' " f ' -E 'A-f' ,K Rf' Q ' .' -' '-g --cgi, g .' Q, ' ll v '1 l ' iv' i s, I 4: f ' ,l f -4, 'YI-',1'il .1 ':,,,v , , ' 1' AF 1. .. Q -X a , if ,. ,L I A Top row: P. Moody, I-I. Lynch, S, McAllister, A, Scott, L. Jensen, E. Martin, N. Marsh, N. Lothrop, A. Prescott. Fourth row: A. Tarbox, V. Scott, A. Hills, E. Farrington, A. Lowell, E. Giovino, M. Bell, M. MacCarthy, R. McCloud. Third row: M. Porello, D. Clark, A, Richarrlson, F. Graves, C. Zwicker, H. Starling, E. Giovino, VV. Packard, P. Huston, F. Hannaford. Second row: P. Tarhox, B, Harmon, M. Haley, H. Tyler, Miss Wood, ISI. Rogers, R. Cummings, S. Jensen, J. Bradbury. - Bottom row: A. Rubinsky, R. Crague, C. Prince, C. Smith, E. Beal, L. Higgins, E. Libby. COMMUTERS' CLUB In order that commuters may take part in the social lite at G. N. S., a Com- muters' Club was formed in 1927. The club has done much to develop the spirit of cooperation and sociability. Meetings are held twice a month under the leader- ship of our president, Mervyn Rogers, and our faculty advisor, Miss Wood. Besides the regular business meetings, some form of entertainment is always pro- vided. Throughout the year, lunches are given in the domestic science room with a one hundred per cent attendance. Although the commuters spend only a part of their day in Gorham, and hence cannot participate in all forms of school activities, there is nowhere a more jovial, loyal group' of students. OFFICERS Prcszklent, MERVX'N ROGERS Vice-President, RUTH CUM MINGS Secreta1'y, PIARRY TYLER Tvfcaszwer, MARY I-IALEY page iibvemy-seven 'av'--'.w:.f". -f...::-'xiii tr 14.-,f-lr.-. 24 wr:-iq. ffw--- -f .,- ,,,- .,... .. 5 "'-' - - -.f E , -, ,. ,, .:, ,- ,, , lf- 5- f - f 'Y A --N '- I V A 1.- .". .1 L:--v e .. f,...:,,:'- '.. - . .-.nv-ive-: Lf'-11' -. 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"1 ' 1 -"' -- lg a-1' ' L -' A A, a-- 'A of ,few Y' t A :..fkw W 1 Top row: C. VVatts, I. Abbott, W. Hart, N. Leland, K. Twitehell, L. Provencal. - Ffllllfgl gow il M. Soper, H. Abbott, S. McAllister, D. Steeves, M. Palladino, B. Farwell, L. Hinckley, . ma . Third row: B. Cook, S. Nichols, A. Crane, V. Brooks, M. MacDonald, M. Daggett, B. Vklehster, V. Hanna, K. Groezmger. Sccogcl XHV: E. Hall, S. Hicks, E. Reed, E. Johnson, VV. Cragin, L. Dolliver, E. Syphers, E. Huntoon, . cn. Bottom row: M. Barrett, BI. Sturgis, M. Bickford, S. Fitzmorris. THE DRAMATIC CLUB The Dramatic Club, one of the most active organizations at G. N. S., offers enjoyment to all dramatically inclined members of the school. Each year at least one play is given by the club for the amusement of the public. This year a three- act comedy drama, "Girl Shy," was presented in Russell Hall. Some of the pro- ceeds of the evening were spent a few weeks later, when the entire club journeyed to Portland for a theater party. This club, then, offers an opportunity for advancement along dramatic lines as well as social enjoyment. l 1 - -page seventy-eiglit 1 H ,, ,1.,,, ., -,,-' .A ,. U X-11,7 W ,, u ,.,f, - ,, , . " 7 1 5 ' 1 ' L - ' ' 'ff' 'Ed ' 1 - " . . - '- , -1-, ,V ,,.: -lo: -Q., iff'-,'.1'-:Aw f wx. LI-1-.l1,. -1J4,g,-,- 11-1 i .K . . MM GLA, K ,ij ,V ,L ,sq W Ji..-V,, U Y, ' .f -J J .-. 1.1 - Y fi' 1 .1 'Y..,. f., .1,,y,i-,114--v-1 3-,A 1: 57.5, M. 41 X rr: -. . , V 1 , V1 .- 1 f -. --fi--f-1-113115 - ,g . 1,31 ' . .' 1 ,g5"" 111: I ,' ' ,, '- ' ,1,' -. 1 .. V .Y , . , ,,,, . 1 , , , X , . , . ,M 11 N, 1: 1- 1 -, . i.' W I 7 , 1 ' ,J 'WZ 'lop ron M Don B byhestex P Eluell M Sturg1s NI Parkman B Dunton 1'111rEg1uI2v FI Cook H Rcgnm T Leeman L Ilbby P Les11e B Smxth M Pal1'1c11no E Brown 111g1t gccoml row L Prxor M Cutts M Nash 11155 Recd B Cook X Turner B Ba11ey Bottom row M Soper B Soper CAMP FIRE 'lhe Four 1V11lC1S Camp Flre group 1S for all g1r1s who have elther been 111e111 13615 111 some g1Ol1p befo1e, Ol who wlsh to start then' WOI k 111 Camp F1re 11e1e X 1 1a111tQ The 12111115 111 Camp F 116 me VV ood Gathe1er, F11611131i61 and To1c1111ea1 C1 As get there me 110 TO1C111JC81C1S 111 t11e group Tlns yeeu the g10L1p has been z1ct1ve 111 many C11E61C11t hneb Then z1ct1v1t1es 111C,1L'lC1CC1 11n11c1z1g111g, spattu prlntmg wood blockmg, knot tymg 1J1El1'11l111g ITICHLIS and preparmg SUPPCI s, and ftttendmg h1kes The 111Cl111JL1S have .1150 held CC1'C111011lZ11S of the11 own and attended those of othm Q'I0l1pS, 111 orc1e1 to get an 1dea of the work of othe1 Camp Fne Gnls It IS the ptuposc of the Qenlor l1lCI111JCI'S of the gl0l1p to TCCCIVC gL1ElI'C1lZIl'l CC1 t1Ec'1tes fox w111c11 specml 1cqu11e111e11tQ must be met, so that w11en they go out to teach 111 the v lI'1OLlS locahtmb, thex may fo1111 Camp F1re g1OllpS of then own fmgf' vwc'11iy uma 1 1 1 1 . , . . 1 . y H I A . . . . . I ' fl girls work i11dL1st1'ious1y to 11111111 t11e I'Cql.l11'Cl1161111S necessary to obtain the various , . . . .V . ' . . 1 - f ' ' - .1 If g . ' I , .- ' I 1 s L "'f' '- .. i . . , ,iq Y.-' , If ,-, , -v-. , .. A, .., Y., - .Y.., -A,. .3 A ,-,Af .,'.. ',f-Y---ff 1-i,..w - f ef- - , 5 y 125.-1 . Lilrvi. " el?-f.1.-if' :ff g1,Lgf5a'.: W, "-s Li- Iv , ini .HH I .. 'ips -,f., 't-.iii-37-Y,' Vg -fQlAvMxgNx. ,lull -,Lg V . ' -' -' ifg xy' l ff, sj. fi: .V ' jf'r,lp'i.ff:l.,2 ' 'el ff 1' fi-1 s . Y V Q.. V1 I ' l Top row: D. Knight, Sylvester, M. Nash, A. Hinds, B. Howard, H. Gilpatrick, E. Johnson, E. Rencll, M. Goodwin, M. Pratt, M. Sleeper, E. Reed. Fourth row: P. Libby, T. Moores, L. Oulton, M. Bickford, V. Moores, E. Kane. M. Cutts. M. Cook. Third row: E. Haines, M. Maclntyre, B. Cook, P. Elwell, M. Sturgis, B. Bailey, N. Lecman S. Jensen, H. Seaverns, M. Hall. Sccogd iowf E. Smith, L. Libby, P. Leslie, M. Dow, L. Prior, Mfiss Reed, A. MacMillan, H, Lidback, . cgxna. ' Bottom row: H. Scott, E. Hill, H. Tyler, N. King, D. Packard, L. Rose, R. Hooper, M. Kennedy. v OUTDOOR CLUB The pu1'pose of the Outdoor Club is to give an opportunity for all girls inter- ested in hiking, to participate in this popular form of exercise. During these hikes it is the plan of Miss Reed, the organizer and advisor of the club, to take the girls to diticerent places each time, if possible. This year, the club agreed to hold twenty hikes during the course of the year. All girls who go on twelve or more, receive monograrns at the end of the year. The 11'lC111lJCl'S also plan to hold one hike to some pleasant spot where they may have a picnic lunch. The hikes are very popular with the members of the club, and scarcely, if ever, are there fewer than twenty girls present at each hike. .- i page eighty V fx 'lop row R H'mthorne I Dnlhver X Hmds E Reed M P1lmer Second row Il l 1Ip'1lr1cl P I cslle J Cwhendo P Tlhs Bottom ron B Hon ll'Cl M lXI'lC1JDl'lllLl M Dow 11155 Jordan A M1ller A Hamlm NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Although the N3t1011Hl 1101101 Soclety 1S well known 111 many lngh schools a llllltlllg' of past 111e111be1s such as IS found here IS umque Qual11':1cat1o11s fO1 1116111 berslup he1e me s1111ply that one should have belonged 111 h1gl1 scl1ool. where he was elected from 1096 of the 1l1CI11l7CI'S of b1s class who stood lnghest 111 "cl1a1acte1, S61 vlce, leaclerslnp, and SCl1OlZ'lI'Sl'11p " The pluposc of tl1e SOC1ClV here 19 to promote those cardmal p111lC11JlCS Ellld to brmg gxrls of Sllllllill qual1t1es of leaderslup and l1'1tC1 est 111tO close1 Contact Each meetxng 'lL11I'1lSl'1CS an OCCEISIOII fO1 Wo1thwh1le ente1ta1nn1ent, usually tl1l0llg'll tl1e eyes of son1e OLlfS1ClC speaker lVliC1'1'1lJC1S of the faculty, especxally, have pl oven most generous w1tl1 then t1n1e and expemence and have taken us on many dehghtful Joxnneys or shown us an 111tC1CSt111g hobby of wl11ch we otl1e1W1se would l1ave l1ad scant knowledge OFFICERS P1 eszdent, ARDENA NIILLER V1rc P1 eszdmf, MARGARET Dow Sem cfm 11 and T1 easurca, ANNA I'lAMLI1N page erghty one iff, ., 5 ,. 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' 4 1 ' l1:'1'3fl ' s I-1' FF- Xl--1.f.:':1if?'51'.1i-.-7 if 1.0-1-'fl-1'-+.1,Tiff'-+'1e3i l"1f'f ' f::?.-F5 ,r',:1.':ff,'1'1L?.1fj'S',' 3:11-I X1 '- .' -5,111 .-.59 4551-ff'f'."f-1. tif- FN ,f,,-, Q '-iyf-5,QL1g,'55 ' 'f' ff-'A-'w-f 1 1 ' ff-1' fi ' ..Q..--1, K 1 .uwf ff gf ' ' ---- fv ' ,f s-1. gt.-xl .3 X 1, 21' lx X X i g A --c . F'-'ef-2 . 1 A Xggy 2 ' ,1 J" A 1 fflrsxgj-iwziff. -i x ,N . V. LN, 1 ly ,H i.,N.,-.,, -1 -1 - -v tx 1, 1,1 - -1- "' I - 'mhz-,ty 1? 11 X1 1 'pa "' 'Le+1w".1, -NV' r , ,H A 3, A .:.4 N,-,11 .314 Aix 4 1 ' "-'1- X no , 1 v , . 1 . . . . . , ,. , . . , , , , . . . Q ' : - . 3' . ' c. . . ' , . I ' , . L ' . ': .' 'z , .'. z,'. , ' 1. ,.. '. A . .- 1 . . . . 1 1 ,gfif A 1952.-. w r ' , 1-.fifth ' j " :gi gif ' P- i A ' 1 1 '.,-i,,j,5.1l, . ,- ifgv'-5 .Q J ,Zi T- - X- ki-:if :Q-if X -qt 'f lp H' " I xi in-, i ' sf- 'A u W U k ., V - 9 1 .nf 5 a .1 ,if f Top row: C. Allen, VV. Ransom, R. Perkins, E. Acborn, L. Provencal, C. VVatts. Middle row: M. Bean, L. Curtis, R. Hallett, P. Boothby, N. Plaistcd, A. McSorley. K. Grover. Bottom row: D. VVight, E. Tobey, C. Ronco, P. Chapman, R. Clilford, R. Smith. BOYS' A GLEE CLUB At the beginning of the year, Miss Andrews called together all boys inter- ested in the formation of a Boys' Glee Club. About thirty responded and decided to meet on Monday in the music room at Corthell Hall for practice in part singing and in preparation for the operetta, f'The China Shopfy The Boys' Glee Club has cooperated with other musical organizations in pro- viding music for the musical broadcast, Superintendents' and Principals' Day pro- grams, the Evening of Art and Music. and many other occasions. Credit for the success of the Boys' Glee Club is due to Miss Andrews whose fine leadership and training has inspired those who have worked with ber and whose personality has kept the interest of all members paramount in music. page eiglziy-two 1111111 1 Inllelso QlllClltl0 I Wlcbloud A Hmds I' J0l'Illb0Il H LlllJdtflClx cnscn xx'lIl7 1 kennedy o11rtl11ow R Nlulun IJ 'wleucs NI P!ll'lCllll0 X M'11.WI1ll'111 Ix KJIOLIIIILLI N Ixmg OIKUII NI B1cl1'o11I X M 1rsl1 I 1 Il1111l1o1v I? M1.All1i1cr X N111'1ll S lll'l I' Icahc I 13 Ie 1-111 I YS Lu. 151 Second 1011 Nl llmmr M Ixchuc l"11cy I POIICI H Beclell D NI1rr .ll 111ll11cl X Ixmf, I Nunns R Md 11 ul ottom mv. Il 01111 'Xl I' lmu NI Swett BIOSXII D Klllgll I Sylxcalcm L l,1sl1111111 R lloopcr GIRLS GLEE CLUB 'I'l1e plll pose ol' tl11s club, wl11cl1 IS one of the lzugest 01ga111Lat1011s of the school, 1-1 to gwe the 11111Q1cally 111cl111ccl g1rls a chance to co11t11111e th15 111tC1C5t 'l'h15 IS E1 VCIX actlvc glfjllp as IS Ql1ow11 by tl1e v2111o11s 1111de1tz1l1111gs 111 wl11cl1 11s 111e111be1s have pflll.lLll7Zl.tCCl It plOVlClCCl some of the e11te1tz1111111e11t lOl S11pe1111te11de11tb' D.1y. also 11 p1ese11tecl Z1 cz111tz1tz1 at Cl111:,t111as t1111e A11 111111511211 Ie11t111c was the lJ1OZl.ClC?lblll1g p1 ogx 21111 111 wl11cl1 SCVC1 al f1o111 the blee Club took peut The most 1111po1tz111t z1ct11 lty each yezu IS the opeletta wh1ch, lIl'11OLlgl1 the excellent leaclex sl11p of Mwa M111.1111 Al1Cl1CXXS and tl1e coope1at1o11 of tl1e club, 1es11lted 111 .1 ve1y pleas mg e11tc1t11111111e11t and co11cl11clecl 21 ve1 V buccesbful yea1 page ezqhly H11 cc f :'.'-liiflll l' I Q1 I I . 15151 . 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' 's-,Qi " 4.5 a'- .' x. -.K .57 , 1 l A Top 5031: E. Hill, C. Blake, M. Bean, N. Leeman, VV. Ransom, A. Hinds, C. Vlfamester, YV. Hebert, . ensen. Middle row: V. Staples, R. Hallett, J. Tapley, E. Achorn. Bottom row: D. Marr, D. VVigl1t, L. Curtis, K. Crockett, C. Mitchell, C. VValtz, A. Lowell, L. Lihby. SCI-IGOL ORCHESTRA This organization has achieved a high standing this last year. It has played for numerous entertainments and morning exercises. One oi its most popular showings was at the Congress Square Hotel, broadcasting delightful music dur- ing the Winter term. Under the supervision of our music instructor, Miss Miriam Andrews, this organization is expanding in worth and quality. The purpose of this group is to promote music in the best suitable places and be ready to act when called upon to do so. ' page eighty-four l l.,Ff.'QT?:2"' I Tiff' '5???3Qi11j"ff'T ,1T:71,QijIajf1 I 1 fLliffj..fi-ffg,iE.y5iw'g2'-4-.rfa, L 'f-13,'fjqi',22s ':L:f.i4:2 g-ff:1y,g-f 1i,.,,11eiq1gQ:f,1.1rife4Eqfx3x,qrf:ff2i.f.i,f5'fy 1 :gil wxig?g,li,.LQ?iT f'f',QQQ'l1lLffs--Y T 44-gfg.-1f?--1-"ikj5,,.,f-,gg-L3T'jg'Qzzgiff Liljfjgfg'llvig-35,1-jgllr tgfltjikyi' lf:meg-1f.'55:g-..J 'ijf' ' M , 1 1 ,. lfefmfidf e' -.fl V 3 -.q-'e:-.'1,.1g-f- 1,112 'r W ," iw: ,-.-.Tiff--f....gl11.i,Qf-fmff lj.-' ' -'21, F., Z .g - x ' li.. Y, ,g j L,-""" , 3 Jw. 'rf -,- 4 1' :-1 N "-.ij g,llQtj'l5g:' .14 'L ww i 1 all A ' We- if ' 1 :P A .' 're-4-.-u,ff+l 1. f ' l 'gg 1, 1 if-l ' ' ' as-11,5 lf "N.-,-byrjw, 4 fr rd l 5,-L l-1+-'f 'A . gt? Af vs. ,tp- ,1 .rf lil '.--' -L. V5-y -WZ.: lf ' '4 --.17 .pq 1 l Top row: C. Gilbert. L. Curtis, R. Clifford, C. VVan1ester. N. Leland, R. Morton, D. McAllister, K. Crockett, K. Twitchell. Third rpw: XV. O'Brien, R. Smith, F. NVardxvell, C. Ronco, H. Tyler, C. Kimball, VV. Cragin. .. , cnsen. Second row: R. Hallett, R. Vlfalker. H. Drawn. B. Rawnsley, F. XVhite, P. Chapman, N, Plaisted. M. Moulton, F. Hannatord, VV. Ransom. VV. Hebert. Bottpxnlrow: Di Gztllison. E. Cote, W. Hart, Mr. Cilly, J. Luiz, R. Corey, A, McSorley, L. Young, .. "ruvene:1. LAMBDA PI SIGMA The Lambda Pi Sigma Fraternity is the result of, and has as its object, the promotion of better fellowship among the men students of the Normal School. Among the annual events sponsored by the organization are: The Minstrel Show, the Inter-Fraternity Ball and the Field Day. This year the Ball was elim- inated due'to a crowded school year. The Minstrel Show, given at Russell Hall in March, was a "Bang Upn affair in every way. Fifty per cent of the proceeds went into the Lambda Pi Sigma Acci- dent Funcl, which provides medical care for any male student injured on the campus. One of the last week-ends in June, the Fraternity and guests mark the end of the season by an outing and banquet at a nearby summer resort. OFFICERS Pmxiidezzt, IOSEPI-1 LUIZ Vice-P1'esic1mzt, PHILIP GANNON Secretary, RAYMOND COREY Tl'6'Cl.YIll'l?l', ANDREW MCSQRLEY .S'crgeav1z?-at-Ar-ms, IQAYMOND VVALKER Clfaplain, BYRON RAWNSLEY fllliflt' t'1'gl1Iy-file l. 4- - . 1. f --: f'-.,,1.w- ,. , ...i., f- ' A .- f'.-r,',- -. .x ..,- Q s.--. -. L 'i i , , , V 1 , it . "-' ' '-1 -- ' m ,. ., ""' 'Ii1,.ETj N4-1:-.--1 ,' 12 Y ff' .'l l X P .4 . A ,df 'A' 'l . J f -s . M- if 'T I . -. v .-3 Y '- 'ir l Top row: L. Bartlett, P. Boothby, J. Pillsbury, C. Chandler, E. Wildes. C. Watts. Middle row: M. Bean, P. Bunker, K. Grover, J. Abbott, A. Prescott, E. Huff. P. Tarbox. Bottom row: E. Tobey, R. Storey, L. Abbott, Mr. Brown, R. Smith, M. Slmin, C. Allen. ALPHA LAMBDA BETA The Alpha Lambda'Beta Fraternity was organized in 1928. The purpose of the fraternity is threefold: 1111 To promote a spirit of friendship and good will among its associates. Q25 To advance Gorham Normal School morally and socially, To uphold equality in all extra-curricular activities. Under the guidance of Mr. Brown, the faculty advisor, the fraternity has strived to make life at Gorham Normal School this year coincide with its aims. The 'fraternity has sponsored several social functions in Center during the school year. Other activities which the fraternity sponsors are the frat outings, plays, and social meetings promoted for the welfare of the organization and the school. OFFICERS President, ROLfNND SMITH . V-ice-P1'eside1'zI',, LINVVOOD ABBOTT Secretary, ERNEST LIBBY T7'COS147'C7', MERVIN SHAIN C lmplain., EDWARD Tomzv flags eighty-s1'.r 1 , -I . ' - - --.-,-- '. 1. V .., ., ,W . , ,WWW 4, A ,. , H, ,, ,Q A,,f ,M ., f A ,ff I -f-.151 ,--' 1 - rw.: ' .- . 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" 1' A " '"i?lf"iUHE-'Qi::L..4J-:3i'T.25S'Q?Q'fi2 :'iEf."ff-Q fftgukt yfffi J Tyj.G,1T2Gff'3',175' ' Wf . to.--' f-4, - -',l'r'f:1f1l 3 A, 'yi '7O52Q'.lf2?Y,?.ik",.,-57 y.F'T1,4.:lT',i'j'j?k53LSQif7' S4251 .4N,5,.V,Q.,'.mgL,,,,,- Ao. ,L VTX , .,.,.?,,.,,.., 4 , R . ...L . .,,,g,, .A ,M ZF fiifefii' U-' K1 x lffsm 'f1w-N Tfffh' A A sxtfv,-tt" EWU' f W THIN-'siifil ri ' J f LL- ' " X' W' ' 'J i 1 5' 'ig-.-'Z": -' A , 'K -lx x-1 ,. - .LJ 4. ll,k9,..,-.,1 M sq e-l LE 'P' '--15 T.,-1 not-ig tt-X L. L4 '4"i-J gtg: -:. A 'L . . 4: Top row: J. Abbott, R. Morton, R. Hallett. Middle row: R. Smith, R. McCloud, R. Bennett, A. Rubiusky, W. Bottom row: E. Huntoon, H. Starling, A. Richardson, E. Syphers, ORACLE STAFF Ransom. P. Ellis, E. Johnson. B. Howard. Editor-in-Chief, ELIIZABETH SYPHERS First Assistant, HELEN STARLING Second Assistant, BARBARA HONVARD Business Manager, ROLAND SMITH Assistants, RACHEL BENNETT, JAMES ABBOTT Literary Editor, GEORGE WAKEFIELD Assistants ANNA RICHARDSON SELMA STOCKBRIDGE ANNIE PROCTER FRANCES SMITH N ews Editor, ELIZABETH PIUNTOON Assistants ' A DANIEL WIGHT RONALD HALLET1' MAIIGUERITE BOYCE WILLIAM RANSOM EDITH SAWYI-:R Miss KEENE Athletic Editors RAYMOND MORTON Fun Editors .PHILIP GANNON Almlm-i and E.1:cha1zge Editors Faculty Advisors Miss JOHNSON PRISCILLA ELLIS RUTH MCCLOUD HELEN ABBOTT ELLA JOHNSON' ANNE RUBINSKY Miss STONE page eighty-eiglxt , A. I ff ,z 'J I vl ff 5' F ,A 1' wa fs I -I-"' f ,Lf , f E X 'lopmw V Brooks T' Chancllex V Clark H Tmcy L Jensen B Ha.ru1on R Srmth P Bunker Mr XV1edcn P Moody B0t10m ron l 'Smith C bxoss NI Hall L I-Imckley M1ssLevx1s A Mdler A1155 VVI1Iry R Chy VICTOR WALIIER ELI7ABF rn AIFRRILL Gnolzcr 1-1 SMIIII VIRGINIA Bnoolxs AIARY HALI Rum CLAY AIIDINA MII I rn Louis Im. sI:N Miss LEVVIS page czghty muc :lm GREEN AND WHITE EDITORIAL BOARD 111 Clzzef LUCIA HINCKLEH Busmess Managers Lrterary Edxlms llzumzz Edzfms VIRGINIA CLARIN. Phofographzc Edzlovs Art Edzfms Aihlclzc Edzfozs Cnlendm , JEAN LANGDON Faculty AdUl901S MR WIEDEIN PAUL IVIOODY PIIILIP BUNIII-:R ERIC CHANDLER CELIA GROSN. I-IELEXI TRACY ERBES1 LIBBH' REUBFN SMITH BARBAM HARLTON MISS WIIIRY 1?fr'L"?-'mfflilfg:F ?F'i'fi"5'1'T7EE'n- 22fi?i'.'1w-'ZIL fl'S12i"l-'f 4-'ff .-.'p32:1:EG'N3FI. I 31:75. fifl-.f1'1i'f'Q: -bigefifffIiffF3?5n'l1'f23' i?f.A-C':l-'t'f'- rf-5-f5c,'f9y',-F. -Q Ekfi..if29fT7i-+fj?fQfL'AI' 1-g ,i::?7 N N fi ,, .4.., . 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':, 1. 1 ', . ', . I , . , . , . ' , . ' , . ' . . ':1.. . ,.'. ,. , I, .J , 3 . Q-. A- . , .' 2 A 3 4 A. U, f.,.e,:4E s , r ' in fu" ii- 1 fl l AROOSTOOK-PENOBSCOT CLUB The purpose of the Aroostook-Penobscot Club is social. to bring together the people of these counties in closer comradeship. Yule strive to make the life here on Normal Hill more serene and happy, and we hope by our cooperation and cheer- ful spirit to make the lives of others more pleasant. It is for this purpose that we meet twice monthly and plan opportunities whereby we may give pleasure to others. lVe have enjoyed our club work this year and hope that in the future this club will be as active as it is now. "G" CLUB OFFICERS P1'f'.ria'e11.f, RM' S'roRY I Secretary, RAY WVALKER lylff-Pl'P.S'1'fft'l1ft, l-iIENNl2'l'I'T Twlrci-IELL Treasurer, RAY Coram' The "G" Club an organization composed of boys in the school who have been awarded a letter in any one of the major sports. The object of the club is to instill a fraternal feeling among the letter men and to encourage the improvement of the athletics of the school. Eight active members and the three honorary membersg Dr. Russell, Mr. Wfieclen and Mr. Paclcard, comprise the membership of the club. With initiation coming in june, the club expects to increase its enrollment threefold. MEMBERS Louis Jensen, Ray NValker, Ray Corey, Andrew McSorley, Roland Smith. William Ransom, Ray Story. fvugc ninety N xkvqruw 1. 1L'x' 5" n'5.'r Q. r 1555.-'7" A' -fa'-1 . '- uffa: 2 km, 53-:sw-lizf. . ..,,.. , .,, zz.. . ,,,.., ,nh U. I x 2...,.,.,,! ' "mg . -1--1 ' ' ' - -- , sf SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS DAY The tl111cl Zlllllllal SL1l7C1l11l1C11ClCl1tS and PI'1l1C1p8.lS Day at Gorham Normal School was 5po11'so1ecl bx the CIVIC Co1111111ttee on November 9 1039 Tl11s event, wl11ch hu 111creaQecl 111 populm 1t5, gave the studentf, 2111 O1JpOI'lILll'11l1y to e11terta111 than for111e1 51.11361 111te11cle11ts 'md PI1llL.1lJ"llS '1t cl11111e1 1vl11le tl1e VlS1fOlS 111 tur11 gave V'llll?llJlL 'l.ClVlCC 'md counsel at the 0101113 111eet1110S Later '1 conference, followed by '1 tm Wllll D1 Russell 'md l'llS faculty ploved '111othe1 step toward solvmg the problem, What can '1 NO1l1lll School do to bettex 1J161JElI'6 nts S'El1ClC1ltS to teacl1 111 the State of A111116 Th1s was tl1e subject of tl1e address hx M1 Bum 1ll flO1Tl AL10l1St1 The varloue O1 g111L'1t1o11s of the school 111 COO1JCI21t101'l w1tl1 the CIVIC COll1l11lttCC presentecl tl1e 1' ollowmg prog1'1111 at the assembly 111 the afte1'11oo11 PROGRAM X XX elcome Dorvs Marr Address S11per111te11cle11t Fred VV Burr1ll Xl l1'1t c'111 '1 Normal School do to better prepare ITS stucleuta to teach 111 the Qtatc of MTIIICP T111 GRIFN AND VVIUTE Rrx U1 CXX 1'1tte11 bx the Iournalnstnc Wfltlllg Classj lumor Mane Soper Ix111c1ergarte11 Course. Barbara Hurd Qemor Loulse Dolhver Nllfl Semor Ernest L1bb1 lI'ltlLIStI'l'Il Xrts Cl1'1l'lC9 Allen 11111 1' Bms G1r1: CIUI1 Earl Achoxu Rvron R'1w11Qle1 Wllllalll Tv111bo111 Rax111o11cl Corey S11111r, lou Svxtet Ql1lllOt Nemo Tfwzlzml Home 1111 the lx ll'lg,C C'1r1011 Rzvqqm ART L1 Un Arclum M1ller Pearl Hulston ORCHFQTRN Carmen O1 ertu1e B1 fl Coro11at1o11 Xlarch 1111170111 O11 xcu Carrol Ro11co l llZdlJCfl'l Foss Florence Nunns DR 11111110 C1 UB Ahta Lrme Nelson ICl'll1tl M'1ry Sturgls WVallace Hart Carleton Watts Cum I 1111' GIRLG hllltlffltl 'XlcAll1ste1 I'ICllllCtt3. Lldbaclc Beverly Soper Elame Pmgree Y W C A IIlc'111or Lrown M'1rg.1ret Dow Be1 mce L1dcl A11111 Hamlm M'1del111c Daggett Alema Lake GIRIS .A'1IIIETIC5 Nl'1rg11er1te H01 ce Janet Taplex Aurora Bo11cl1ard Ella Iohmon Eumce Reed 6311110011 LLUB lilI7E1lJEtl1 Sylxestc-1 Bova AT111 FTICH lXLllIlClll l'111tcl1cll Tdxvfucl Tobey Roland qlllllll Audrevl McSorlev 'G CIUB Ra5111o11cl qtoxs GIRI9 Grrx CLU11 Sal11t,1t1o11 Cqruuv Neqro Sp1r1l11'1I 131111 lvaqt nmrtx one l I .l 1. Q, . . , - C C c V . ' V -, , - .-J. r. G .. ' ' V 1 A . . .' . . .' .' ' . A ' ' .' . ' . c L c , . . 2 c . c A I ' c L . , b U.. , , ' . 7 ' . . . ' . 1 an . c ' , c K' w 4 4 4 4 ' s . . C C . N, . . . . . . . . . . 1 .L : . , 1' . 3 l u . . ,C . F. . , A lr ' . 2 , , ' 1- nu an nun.. .nun I nu n ' 4 ' . .1 r , ' ' ' L I C 4 - ' - n v. 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' 1- a l MADONNA OF THE CHAIR Posed by Eunice Reed and Marie Soper AN EVENING OF ART AND MUSIC Par excellence seems to be the only adjective which does justice to the enter- tainment presented by the members of the Art and Glee Clubs at Gorham Normal School on December 6, 1932. Too much cannot be said in praise of the work of Miss Andrews, Miss Wih1'y, and those members of the student body who so inde- fatigably gave of their talent and time to make this one of the Finest things the school has ever done. Every picture was worthy of special mention, but lack ,of space com- pels us to speak only of the presentation as a Whole. The program follows: page ninety-two P1cture Poetry PlLtl1lC VIUHIC Pxeturc PICYUTQ Poetrx Puclure Musle Plctux e Poetrv PICUIYC MIISIC Pxcturc N41lSlL. 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L C , . 7 ' A A - -fu.-n----noua..uuu:1-up.4--:nun.-an-n-.anus-.nnnp..nann.-n-.I..unnn..nnnn..nu----uaaunsn-n-nnun....nu -4 A ' - c 4 . 41' ' '. -1 ' 1- Z1 Cello Sa:lop11o11e 1' lute D1 111115 Xvlophone fmje uuwix fl L' Dnectecl bx M1111111 II X1'lCl1CWS Dor1s 11111 Kelth C1 ockett John PHISOHS Vhlton Nelson Alta lIlk1ne, rr' "-" i Q: "' ' " -If I TTT ' S. Qif 2 f .M s r gy H ' 4 R31 THE NEW LIBRARY The addition of a new library unit to the Normal School was begun during the winter of 1932, after a survey of the library needs was made. Recommenda- tions submitted to Dr. Russell included the use of the old assembly room for the main reading room. This room was -renovated, partially redecorated, a new light- ing system installed and new furniture purchased. In accordance with the recom- mendations, a full time librarian was engaged to reorganize the libraryg thus relieving Miss Jordan of one of the heavy responsibilities to which she had faith- fully attended. The librarian chosen was Miss Lydia M. jencks, who had been a member of the library staff of the New York State Normal School at Geneseo. In anticipa- tion of the opening of school, the books were moved into the new library and the old library room was made ready for a classroom. Soon after the first quarter began, a reserved book section was installed. Later, students of the library science classesarranged files of back numbers of magazines, started a pamphlet file, made a college catalog file, placed books in their proper order on the shelves and checked cards for magazines and books at the main and reserved desks as their laboratory work in library science. The assistance given by these students, not only gave them an insight into the workings of the library, but rendered excellent help to this department. The work of student volunteers made it possible to keep the library open during the noon hour and on Saturday mornings. That the library is extensively used is shown by the attendance, circulation and additions of new books. Approximately forty-five people use the library each noon, twenty on Saturday morning and two hundred eighty-live during the school day. The daily circulation of books and magazines averages fifty. The library receives seventy-five monthly periodicals. About nine hundred new books have been added to the library this year: among them were those given by Mr. Earle Coffin of Gorham, Miss Halliday of last year's faculty and members of the present teaching force. If the achievements of the past are indicative of those of the future, the growth of this new department promises to justify the efforts of both students and faculty. page fiinety-six .ix - . lliilnifi ' ?'L5'1'T7fI'L" 3755713 "ffl ?l':-iff' 'if3't"f1',32I5i12 'FT ' - 7"-' I' '-:mai-'iflimaISET?-E'lT:eli-'?TIfikzffzr sary I r1f12?'r, 1f-fat.Qf:g3St.,1frz.4sf 5- EQGQEQEII ufffif ifggiz 5- ff: if Star.: ,f ies'-2 ,,u1-1l.a,--..-.M..a,.,. , Myvr .,-pu.--'A Lag-,A ...rpg . ..,1f.',,. ..,W.rs,,v,f--.I-Y ,,...f,,.l r,J , T. :-1+faE,.:1ff .i.ff"'.f'-,wz'saa:.e-"' Lass-.ws-J,tv-W'A-Qe1:v"-fs-be-few.-c..1r3s,'st'f"-sql. .lnrrllp rt.-wg.-,.-fs:-.5-.' -fs-tl-1 . V ' ,: .. ,va Z':f,.,?t1T4":1ff"nZL if-p Jazlff.-1 ff, an 1 2 l., .aft P A- xe,-. ... .4-,,..L S ,f , 3 J , . 3, nun Tis, nigga 9 x ,. , 1 ra ',f'.,.'A.4 . I. ',.. - . . ... - -fa .....--K -,a?'I'A1-rf-,:.fAa-2,341-S '- U. -H144 -,f.4f. ,, A ,- 1.f ,, .-. u -f . .- -V , ,..- - .fffuf-f - -I .-ass,-1-. l. ' - f I l3gMt9IwtffE.1's'fw -V4 'sq 1, L. 1: 1- '-Ztlmff.-' .il PS4 Illfl v?'f?ff?-'-'fw2"k'r-- 1- as I"mvLf-. .Q X -if .' -4"-,J ':.u..' "T, . . ," .-Q A '-N3 JL. 7 I r-5 ' ' f " - f " 1 gr 0:-, Y .- " Q. lf?" Tl 1+ I-'r li 't ll fel I I 1 I Wild lilrtate-I ff N lrffrr'-:eel f' it ' f- "lit llef' 'lil A ' 'tf-.Wzf H, til .fp its fe I -' . ,. N 1 'V - f sl, ft ' Le-X ' A S M. THE TRAINING SCHOOL The Training School is an integral part of the Gorham Normal School. Any phase of its work is of greatest interest to all students, and is followed by them with enthusiasm. Mr. Anderson has chosen this year to show through the GREEN AND XMI-IITE some of the athletic and playground activities as carried on in the dilterent grades in the training school. THE ATHLETIC BADGE TESTS - This is the fourth year that the boys and girls of the Junior High School have taken the playground badge tests sponsored by the National Recreation Associa- tion. These tests are very popular in the spring and fall before the various athletic teams are organized. There are three tests for boys and three for girls. Attractive bronze badges are awarded to pupils passing each test. The requirements for the first badge for girls are as follows : 1. Balancing fl deep knee bendj 24 feet, 2 trials 2. 50-yard dash 8 seconds 3. Basketball throw 35 feet -1. Baseball throw and catch 3 errors allowed The Hrst badge for boys requires: 1. Chin the bar 4 times Standing broad jump 5 feet 9 inches 3. 50-yard dash 8 seconds 4. Baseball throw 130 feet Since the tests began, the girls have won a total of 297 badgesg and the boys a total of 165 badges. Twelve girls have qualified for the third Cmost difflcultj badge, and about equal numbers of girls have won the first and second badges. No boy has earned the third badge, and about six boys have won the second badge. page ninety-seven 121 I. 1' ffl' 35153 "Jil ,'JFiffL" f 1 if N11-A . 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Two recess periods each week are devoted to the former and three to the latter of these classes. On Moiiday, Wfednesday and Friday, the pupils are divided into four groups. Each group is taken charge of by a student teacher who directs the activity for that group. The activity is planned in advance so that none of the recess period is lost in trying to decide upon what to play. During the fall, the boys play basketball and football, and in the spring, baseball is very popular. The fifth-grade girls enjoy circle games, radio ball, etc., while the sixth-grade girls prefer stunts, hand ball, and baseball. Ordinarily, no one is excused -from play. There is a game for everyone and everyone is expected to be in a game. On Tuesday and Thursday, the pupils play whatever they wish in unorganized groups. The teachers in charge merely see that everyone is on the proper section of the playground and that everything goes smoothly. In the winter, organized play is, for the most part, impossible. Snow games, such as snow bottles, "Fox and Geese." and "Follow the Leader," are played on the lower part of the playground. The girls play "Red Light" and jumping games or contests on the sidewalks. PLAYGROUND ACTIVITIES IN GRADES 3 AND 4 The children's ages- in the third and fourth grades range from six to twelve -years. These children are in the "Big Injun" period., as joseph Lee says in his book. "Play in Education." The child is an individualist at this time, when games of tag, individual con- tests in running, jumping, and ball games are popular. It is through this kind of recreation that the child acquires muscular control. Education is not only physical, intellectual, moral, vocational, civic, religious Z it is recreational as well. The teacher can carry on this recreational education by getting out on the playgrounds with the children at recess time to supervise their games. She must he sure to foster the spirit of fair play in these games. The most harmful factor in any game is the lack of enforcement of rules, and the child who breaks the rules of these games with impunity will try to break the rules of the community. On the moral side the teacher can get into the children's lives thus and exert an influence which you can never exert in a schoolroom. On the discipline side, the teacher learns the children's individual natures so that control of these children will he cosier in the classroom. Thus the teacher is able to prevent many of the troubles that are diffi- cult to adjust later. page 11-inety-eight PLAYGROUND ACTIVITIES IN GRADES I AND 2 PlZ1yg1OLl1lCl '1ct1v1t1es 111 Q'1"lClCb 1 'md 9 ne d1v1ded lnto two groups n'1mely SLIPCINNCCI pl'1v 'md I1 ee play Supelvlsed pl'1y con1es three days 'L Week, Monday, XIVGCIIILSCIEIN and I'11d1y and free play on Tuesdaj 'md Tl1u1 sday T01 the SLIPCIVISCLI plw pcuocls the cl11lcl1e11 'ue C.l1V1ClCCl 1nto fou1 groups, o11e SILICICIII lQC'1Cl'1C1 h'11 111g ch'11gc oi e'1ch g1Ol'lP Each gnl must plan he1 games ahead so she 1s SLIIC of the 111les 'md p1OC6ClL11C Cl11lCl1C11 'ue '1pt to want one game day after dw so they 'ue told the g'1111e '111d 110 tune 15 lost 111 suguments F1 ee play 11101115 that the chlldxen spend tl1e perlod 'ls they w1sh I-Iowevel, they must he 11 ttchcd lept 111 tl1e 11ght po1t1o11s of tl1e pl'1yg1ound and '111 chffl LLIIIIGS settled 111 tl1e fall tl1e ch1ld1e11 enjoy cncle games s1110111g frames and folk dances IJLIIIIIQ the WVIIIICI tl1e1e IS 11ot 'ls 11111cl1 dnected pl'1y Oftentunes we bulld a s11o11111'111 snow house 01 fo1t b11t fo1 the 111OSt p'11t the cl11ld1e11 enjoy shchng and pl'1y111g 111 tl1e snow Ill the Spllllg 'tftcl tl1e g10L111ClS h'1ve Cl11Cf.l up sufHc1ently the boys show 111tc.1 est 111 pl'11 111g l1'1ll A lL1lJlX.1 lJ'1ll IS used Tl1e gnls enjoy jun1p1ng 1ope and hop scotch 'Ihe boys hlte 1 mccs '111d 1111111311121 At '111 tunes the 1ct1ve cncle and t'1g g'1111Cb ale most pOp111'11 All tl1e Lllllfllfill me 1eq1111ed to go out of doo1s 'lt ICCCSS tune for th1s fresh lll 'md LXC1 CISL 'ue 11ecess'11y to good health 'md good wo1k 111 school JUNIOR PRIMARY 'CllllCl1C11 must Gnd outlet IO1 then excess ene1gy ' I'l11s 1s PIOVICICCI 1' O1 111 the u111o1 I 11111ary G1 ade 111 a twenty nnnute outcloo1 ICCCSS pemod scheduled IOI the 1111ddle of the 11101111110 sesslon D111 IIIQ' tl11s PCIIOCI, the SUPCIVISOI and student teachels jO1I'1 the l1ttle folks 111 a vanety of hvely gl01lp games, XVl'llCl'l requue tl1e fOllOVV111g hablts on the pa1t of the playets coope1:1t1o11. alextness of 111111d and body, alt1111s111, self eo11t1ol, fan' play, .md good 111111101 Une of tl1e games 11l11cl1 tl1e cl11ld1e11 pa1t1cula1ly enjoy IS "Slap Tag " The Cl1IlCl1Cll IO1 111 a cucle One ch1ld IS IT It l1e catcl1es tl1e one who 1S IT befoze l1e ICZICIICS tl1e place of the 0116 tagged, tl1e 0116 who 15 caught 1S out of the game and must go IIIIO the CCIIICI of tl1e C11ClC Tl1e tagger becomes IT and tl1e game CODUIILICS page nmety mne 7 ' c ' 'L l c N r. 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U . u . . .. . b A . r THE WEST GORHAM MODEL RURAL 'SCHOOL "The first time I was ever in a rural schoolf' 'exclaims a Junior girl in an observation class here. - Another series of exclamations follow as the group are taken on a tour of inspection of the building. , - I The "Little Room," which contains the bookcases, a supply closet and a table, might also be termed an 'ladjustmeuf' room, since it is here that special helping work is done. This gives ample opportunity for extra individual help and super- vised project Work. Then there is the basement with its concrete floor, which provides a line indoor playroom on stormy and extremely cold days. ' At the head of the cellar stairs and opening off the schoolroom is a room which contains the hot lunch equipment. This part of the winter program has been prac- 'ticed for many years. This winter these lunches were served ,three times a week, usually a hot drink. The students served their turn on the various committees con- nected with it. - The schoolroom itself is occupied by only nineteen pupils this year. These are in the grades from the sub-primary to the seventh. The McClellan League of this school has been the means of improving our schoolroom. The boys have varnished, while the girls have assisted in making curtains for the windows. An interesting unit oni the Dairy Farm was worked out in the fall. This called for the construction of a barn from a pasteboard carton, silo, farm animals and fowl. Trucks were brought from various homes. Our baseball team does not boast the necessary nine. Nevertheless, we trust that no ball will crash a window in Miss Hasting's car, for what would that Junior girl think of the outside of a rural school? 'page .one hundred l l page mm Ixmzdred one X ' . 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PELLAS Charles Allen, Drums Joseph Luiz, Saxophone Leonard Curtis, Trombone VV'illiam Ransom, Piano The Fellas Orchestra has added to the enjoyment of fair co-eds and stalwart youths as they occasionally collected in Center for a few hours ot la danse and entertainment. The old john D. Marancurt orchestra broke up with the loss of .Harvey john- son and Marjorie Austin by graduation last yearg however Ransom and Curtis were left and they proceeded 'to pick a iew musicians to lill the vacancies. After the semi-finals and finals were eliminated, joe Luiz, Keith Crockett and Charles Allen survived the severe syncopated rhythmic dissonance exalted by the veterans of the old John D. Marancurt. The first large contract was the junior Reception, but the IohniD. Maran- curt had undergone a strange metamorphosis. They emerged as the Fellas Orches- tra with a string of letters in front oi their tapping heels and silver instruments. The Fellas have played for all the clubs in school from the Massachusetts Club to the Aroostook County Club. QTheir only attempt at dramatics was the presenta- tion of "The Murder of the Lighthouse Keeperfj The Fellas have had other musicians occasionally join their circle of syncopa- tion, namely Marie Soper, the popular pianist, Daniel lfVight of operetta fame, and Milton Nelson, Westbrook drummer. The day Mr. Albert was taking pictures on the old tennis courts, Joe Luiz said, "T've enjoyed this orchestra more than any other organization in school." The other members of the orchestra who were standing near answered in unison, "So have I." 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XV Ransom C Po1te1 M1ss Reed M1 Pacla cl ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 'I HT COUNCIL Hn1101a1vP1cfs1ri01zt XVALTIIRE RLSSELL P1 eszdem' YVILLIAM RANSOM Sec1efa1y SARAH RLLD I fro P1 PSlfI1L'lIf GVNI V11 vi: PORTLR T1 msm ev IlV1:R1:1T S PACKARD XOUNG MTB S ATIILIITIC, ASSOCIAIION Pzevzdmzi, ANDREW IWICSORLEY Secrcfmy, :KFITH CROCKET1 Vzre P1 eszdvnt, LEONARD PROVENCAL T1 eamz ez, CHARLES ALLFN YOUNG XVOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION IjlU.S'IlI1l'lIf, FDNA DFLANI-Y Seuefazy, ARDENA IVIILI ER Vw' Pwlzflmzt, FLLA jo11NsoN T1 easm cz, DORIS MARR ATIILILTIC ASSOCIATION ILve1y student of the GO1l1d11l NO11113l School automatmally becomes a member of the Athleuc ASSOCIHIIOII upon payment of the blanket tax on the openmg day Of school Two clolla1s and seventy live cents of lIl'l1S tant IS turned ove1 to the Asso C1ZllI10l'l fO1 athlet1cs In turn, the members of the ASSOC13.lI1011 are ent1tled to I1 ee adnnttance to all Eltl'llCtlC events of the school FOI eff1c1ency, the ASSOLIAIIOH IS d1v1c1ed 111tO tlnee g1Oups the Young lVIen's A A , the Young vVOl'l1Cl1,S A A and tl1e COL111C1l The Athlet1c Counc1l IS com pused OI the Puncxpal, the tlnee coaches, and th1 ee student 1epresentat1ves from each OI the two lJl211'lCl'1 ElSSOCIZLlflO1'1S The dunes of lfl'llS body are to appmove all 1neasu1es cons1de1ed by the branch O1g3.1l17ZLl1101lS and to declde on matters as to Gllglblllty a11d 2l.WZ'l1Cl11'lg of 1ette1s It has also taken upon 1tselI a prog1am of equ1pp1ng the gy1nnas1um F OI the second year the COL1I1C1l has sponsored a "Small Schools 'l.1OL111121111CIlt,,, wh1cl1 thls vezn saw Gorham Ihgh defeat Buxton I-hgh fO1 the Cl1El111p1OI1Sl1lP page one lnmdo ed five 'Nl , V' Y' Ax, '12 ' t af .-'. . , My A. 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NA., , , -...S , , . . ., .f,- . . ,.f,, .- .,,,a,,. 1 K.. ,,,,, -saizffvfh.. -'-e ' - ,. -.J ,aa -.'. ,.,., 4,-5... I ., .,v,-..,4.,- 'M ,., ,.., . . Y-,-,. ,..,.--, va ax... H. 1-.we - I 4 9 ,ffQ-gwgtgr,-::J'-'g., .- .1 ' . . . "Q . .J yi 1 J V .X . .,,, . . . ,. ,. ,... , . ,, , . . 4 K H X 1 r 1 1 I Q A l f , -.J . , ,, A. in . ,Ya ,.,,. .. .L ..., ,,. .. , ., . .1 , ... , l , . . , . ,. -,.. ,.,f , ., M, , .. ,4 ,, H... . . .-, , ., , x ,f f , .., A, .,. f-f-fir-.Wyi-Q 2 Q ,L V, sa., Q, .6-f"' , 'vfwfif 1' s "" Q '- -'L-i,4fH v4.,.,-,.. ,. . iv Ll .f . -- 1, g was--X -QU.,-,- My . - ,,. A n V my W K V-,- V. l, , .- ,,,. .li y va .,.,.:1 - 'f 2, ,.i FQK-,".z.. l jf ,J lit , i AA. .,, E., .H l l r "' ...,. . .,, . rui- 'si .. JL. THE TEAM , Top row: Mr. Packard, K. Grover, R. Morton, L. Abbott. Bottom row: D. Gallison, A. McSorley, K. Twitcliell, R. Smith, E. Cote, P. Chapman, C. Allen. 19 3 2 CROSS COUNTRY ROLAND SMITH, Captain , LINWOOD ABBOTT, Manager EVERETT S. YPACKARD, Coach THE TEAM Roland Smith, '33 Andrew McSo1'ley, '33 ' Emile Cote, '33 Maxwell Moulton, '33 Clifford Gilbert, '33 Dual Meet Dual Meet Dual Meet Dual Meet Linwood Abbott, '33 Charles Allen, '33 Kenneth Twitchell, '3+lf David Gallison, '34 Raymond Morton, SUMMARY at Deering, October 1+-Gorham Normal, 223 Deering High, 33. at Gorham, October 19-Gorham Normal, 15g Bridgton Academy, 42. at Lewiston, November 1-Gorham Normal, 173 Bates 1936, 44. at Bridgton, November 4-Gorham Normal, 20, Bridgton Academy, 38. I TEAM "B" RUNS Dual Meet at Brunswick-Gorham Dual Meet Normal, 343 Brunswick, 23. at Gorham-Gorham Normal, 30Zg Brunswick, MM. TEAM RUNS Triangular Meet at Gorham-Greely Institute, lst, Windham, Zudg Gorham, 3rd. ff7l1g8.071Lf .h1IlldVCd six THL SOD MJ ou row l JJOQI rouncxl I Xhhott R Perluns C. XV'll'l1CStC1 C Allen Mr P'1cla1d M Rf. 111 R Snnth l Butlett D Ingham Nl Moulton Nlnlzllc 1011 P C,l11pn1v.11 D Calhson A Mc'io1ley Tx Pw11cl1cll R Manton T Cote lx CYOVCI Bottom ron R Clnfford L Ronco N Pl'11ste1l H Bu1r Mlssey I No 5, C fill! t l'o1 the fllllil SllCCLbb1VC season CJO1l1Zl111 No1mal s C1 oss cou11t1y tea111 closed the season undefeated In 1651301156 to the lirst call T01 p1 LICUCC Coach Pel.ClxZl1Cl 1net the l'11gcst squad eve1 to 1epo1t T01 c1oss cou11t1y Because of the d1fliculty 111 bCCLlllllg opponents of co1npet1t1ve cal1b1e, the vars1ty schedule was l11TlltCCl to four ILUIS Loach Paclxard p1 ese11ted an aggregahon XV1tl'l an espr1t de COIPS Wl'11Cl'l has always Cll2'l1ZlCtC11lCC.l h1s teams The men always 1311 as a team mstead of trymg lo1 llldlvlflllill p1 OIHIHCIICC Tl1e Inst 111eet ol the yea1 saw GOll1H111 111VZ'lCl111g Deermg Th1s 11111 was the closest one of the yC1l1 Bond, of D661 mg, led all the 111611 to tl1e tape He was the only 111.111 ClL11ll1g tl1e Glllllle season to lead a Gorham 1112111 at the l'lI11Sl1 But 111 sp1te of CllOIJ1J111g Inst place, borham placed the next T-0111 men and the1ebv won by a 22 to 33 n1a1g1n The second meet saw Budgton Academy at GOITIZIIU Tlns was the o11ly run at Gorham lor the va1s1ty team 'l he home cou1 se proved too l1a1d for the v1s1tors, w1tl1 the 1CSl1lt that H10 C101 ham men C1 ossed the l1ne hand 111 hand to captuxe the Inst live places 'l l1e final SCOIC was 15 42, The followmg week found Goxham t121VCl1l1g to I..CW1StOI1 to battle the Bates Fxeshman team The lust l' 0111 places fell to G0ll18.l11 Tl1e fmal tally showed a 17 44 v1cto1y fO1 ou1 boys The linal 11111 of the season found Gtllllalll agam t1Zl.VCl11'1g to Budgton On the1r home C0111 se Budgton proved a much l'lZl.1ClC1 team to heat, but the boys retu1necl home VVltl'l a 20 38 v1cto1y By g1ZlClLlZl.l1Oll, Laptam bnuth and "Andy" Mcfiorley, wl1o for th1ee years have run O11 the Ll1'lCl6l.CE1lCCl Cl oss country teams, as well as G1lbe1t and Cote, w1ll be lost VV 1th "Ken', Tw1tcl1ell, last yea1's Tumor sensauon, 'KD21V1C,, Galhson, a sure pomt WIIIIICF, a11d Raymond TWZOITOII, tlns seaso11's 11111101 marvel, as well as ma11y P1 OITIISIUQ' men on the "B" a11d UC' teams, Coach Packznd has b1 lght plospects for anothe1 undefeated team next season page one lzzmdzed sawn " : - iffflf 53'if"f. if .fl-'flf'1 lT5555'5f"'.Q.-'ff eff? If T w '5E'1fi2"f"l1fZT-f.5i72'13ilf'. T1-ff?- 1 , V ' ,2,jL,,lv X xx , N . g'1,'KAVtlk -ruff- Q I, 1-J. I E, 47 Us V, l T 1 1, . l ll l l' 'I A 7 A Q 5 l-YQ' wx lc '1 1' '- .Jiri W H 1 1,1 , , Hof? A . T . - -. , I A I .3 , . .. K.. ,. V H- U, ,A '- 1 . F x 1 T1 : .. All U, L. P H 2, . A , . " . '. 'K ', . ' , . . c ', 1 . , -: , . . , 1. . ' ', . ' , 1' . ' . . A I , l 4 . . . - , , . . , F 1 , - l - 1. . 1, f , N . 1 . , . ' . N , . , , 1 ,N zz. 1, . 1 . ': . ' , ,. . ' , . 1 , . ' , ':..' , 4, " 1111 1, .. 1 cr . 4 - ' - 1 A - -' . ' . - f ' 1 . . . b. I. .qt H l A . L V . . .. . ., J , , . . A . -. . . . - - - W . ' ' L - L . - . 1. C v 1 1 - V - l ' 4 ' -f .,c1f-Q-g,.w .1 N: 31: -- I .- . ml.. .. . , . I ,---. A.. .1,Y,.l ,r--I f, ,. ,-Sf -., H Q N.. ...W li., A. 4 p.- I n I -I-zz. -1.4.1 .' I I V - " . , 9-, f F.. I THE TEAM Ton row: D. Ingham. E. Libby, Mr. VVieden. Second row: D. Gallison, E. Chandler, L. Jensen. L. Marston, F. YVa1'dwell, H. XVcst. Bottom row: K. Crockett, D. XVebb. A. McSorley, R. Smith, XY. Ransom, N. Plaisted, C. Gilbert. BASKETBALL OFFICERS Cafntzzin, ROLAND SMITH MQ'7ZdgC7', DWIGTIT TNGHAIVI Conch, CLIFFORD O. T. XVIEDEN THE TEAM Roland Smith, '33 Eric Chandler, '34 Dwight Welali, '35 Andrew McSorley, '33 David Gallison, '34 Keith Crockett, '35 William Ransom, '33 l-larold XV est, '34 Norman Plaisted, '35 Clifford Gilbert, '33 Louis Jensen, '34 F. Wardxvell, '35 Leslie Marston, '35 SUNHVIARY VAIISITX' JUNIOR VARSITY G. N. S. Opp. G. N. S. Opp. 56 Alumni 41 32 F ryeburg Academy I. V. 30 Fryeburg Academy 45 30 Newfield High School 12 R. I. College of Education 39 +27 Gorham High School 19 13 Cheverus High School 55 T27 Buxton High School 24 20 Farmington Normal School 51 T40 Standish High School 31 33 Salem Teachers' College 52 31 Buxton High School 27 324 Farmington Normal School 67 37 Standish High School 40 +24 Fryehurg Academy 26 'l'30 Fryeburg Academy I. V. 37 T15 Cheverus High School 39 33 Scarboro High School 24 17 Gorham High School 22 'f Games away. page one lmndred eiglzl WHA mmm. sawn: THE SQUAD Top row: C. Allen, L. Curtis, C. Kimball, Coach VVieden, L. Bartlett, I. Massey. Third row: I.. Provencal, C. Roneo, P. Cannon. R. Morton, M. Bean, P. Chapman, R. Clifford. Second row: E. Libby, D. Gallison. E. Chandler, L. Marston, F. Xvardwell, N, Plaistecl, H. NVest. D. Ingham. Bottom row: K. Crockett, D. Vticbb, T.. Jensen. R. Smith. A. McSorley, NV. Ransom. C, Gilbert. BASKETBALL As in preceding years. the interclass basketball series ushered in Gorham Nor- mal's major winter sport. The series was won by the Mid-Seniors who, as juniors, were the victors ll'1 last year's interclass games. The first scheduled game of the season found Fryeburg Academy at Gorham. The visitors returned home with a 45-35 victory. The return game at Fryeburg Finished with the score much closer but, again, in favor of Fryeburg. In the last few seconds of play, a long shot spelled defeat for Gorham, 26-24. In the second game of the season, Gorham defeated Rhode Island College of Education, 55-39. The following week the home team met Cheverus for the first of their two game series at Gorham. The first game saw Cheverus win 55-18, and in the return game, which marked the close of Gorham's season, Cheverus again won, 39-15. The week between the two Farmington games, Gorham played Salem Teach- ers' College. 'With practically the same team which Gorham defeated the year before, Salem reversed the tables and returned home with a 52-33 victory. Farmington won both of the objective games of the season by large scores. The Hrst game at Gorham the score was 51-20, and in the return game at Farm- ington, G7-24. This was the third consecutive year of victory for Farmington and gave our opponents permanent possession of the Chrissikos Trophy, for which the two teams have been battling since 1924. In contrast with the va1'sity team's unsuccessful season, the junior varsity enjoyed a highly successful one, winning seven of the ten games played. The junior varsity played mostly the smaller high schools and through their experience won the majority of their games. page one hundred nine :EC ff: 'f--1:5714-i1??,f ,gi '.l11g11':wf .i-1f'f..51..,- , - .51 7' -3-3-:.,. -'.Tf"f'2fi.i.:e 1. fs-1 so-' 1--'. X, . ' -,.: ,. ,L -. -'t':f'- V' . - f. uf--'fvffu .uf - .' --"' . , l "tgp 3-.555-w,jfig,L7Ayy V V 1--r..Qa-if A ,:,-1-I--,:m':-, -.1 - .ar f:-'j--:.-,-Q4-is lx. -3345. 74.1 HM- S, -'-A '..1,:,,-J, J--gf'-..-7,13 ., ... sl xg -F1.- mg, ..,.,-11:1 Y - I-: .-ff.-'Zq.7 ,gy . 143- ,---..,e:.4,- , ,' ..,n .V -.V if-17. ,2pjf,-ff-?-- 4'.ifff'5.wfZ ' ' 'Lg-41 if--.Qg'.:2i"5'-z -5?:E.f:'5ff1a' 531"f,e3"J.':5f-2-552 Vs.-. W ,J -,flffigffgxfz'ffmgf - . - A T 1 f ,g,.i.-953,-ge fr,1,iJ1f' 2. lj: .If .-9.5:-,q.'gf.g,,, .df ' I ! , , 1 ,3',5.i? 1 ' , , X ,,., if .43-gzj' ff- .-'gg-:i5.5..e.,,,,N.,.: ,Lu W, H 1- A - 'E ' L L? . - 4-5-f ' ' 'L fd , c ...ff -,Q 4,1141 " ilii- ' f'-'T' 'V "' M- 4 'I ".f'f'-" ' ' " 'xv' J i 'll l'i"f.2 '-S1-'.'I':fl'Z l 'NV' ' 2 I . J 'rr-Q-.waffr ' ,aw f V l vw f' ' W 1'-3-L-af - ,, 44. 1- 5 1 3. 1- lf- f ' ',- 1 I 3 E y. . J -4..- ,T ' Y- N "1 A " "--'nfs , 1 F'.' , .. H ,.. V,-R rf' V. L ., ,I 1 V9 A J li., -f V L .., ' T1-IE 1932 TEAM Top row: Mr. W'ieden, D. Day, L. Jensen, J. Anderson, VV. Ransom, R. Corey, R. Clifford, R. XVz1lker M. Moulton. Bottom row: D. Gallison, L. Provencal, H. Johnson, A. McSorIey, I. Smith, I. -Gordon. BASEBALL 193 2 GFFICERS Captain, VVILLIAM RANSOM Mcmager, IRVIN GORDON Coach, CLIFFORD O. T. XIVIEDEN THE TEAM John Anderson, '32 Harvey Johnson, '33 Andrew McS0rley, '33 Roland Smith, '33 Raymond Corey, '33- Edward Tobey, '33 Donald'Day, '34 David Gallison, '34 Raymond WValker, '34 Daniel Snow, 134 Richard Clifford, '34 Louis Iensen,"3'4 1 H1gh .....,......... . SUMMARY 'fGorham Normal ..... . 5 Deering ' :"Gorham Normal ..... . 3 South Portland High Gorham Normal ..... . G Fryebnrg Academy . .'.. . Gorham Normal ..... . S VVestbrook High .... ikGO1'l'lEl111 Normal , .... . 7 'Y 'VVestb1'ook High .... .. "iGO1'l12i1U Normal ..... .... 1 2 Fryehurg Academy .. 4' Games away. 2 'lzaye one hunched tm ' 'il ii sliiil l . .V ,,,i ,p X ! . , l l l l K 1 I ,I . I 6 9 k i i X - 'l "fit 'U' 1, . 1 'ii-It ii' ' 125 - THE 1933 TEAM Top row: Mr. VVicclen, M. Moulton. F. XVardwell, G. Smith. Middle row : R. Smith, L. Curtis, K. Crockett, R. Clifford, R. Corey, R. Morton, D. VVebb, R. W'alker. Bottom row: L. Provcncal, D. Gallison, XV. Ransom, A. Tzxrbox, A. McSorley, C. Kimball. BASEBALL E The interclass baseball series ushered in the baseball season at Gorham. In the play-off game between the Juniors and the Mid-Seniors, the Juniors won, thereby capturing the baseball trophy. By the showing in the interclass series, the varsity team was selected. The varsity team opened the season against Deering. Due to the wildness of Gorham's pitcher and the errors at critical moments, Deering drew, the verdict 6-5, even though Gorham outhit the Purple team. For the next game Gorham travelled to South Portland to battle to a 3-3 tie. The game was a pitchers' battle from start to tinish, both pitchers keeping the hits well scattered. V In the first game with VVestbrook at Gorham, the home team led at one stage of the game, 7-4, but Wfestbrook spurted in the closing innings to win, 10-S. In the second game with VVestbrook, which was a repetition of the first, Gorham at one time led, G-O 3 but, again, XN7estbroolc rallied in the late innings to take the game by a two-run margin,,9-7. - E Gorham and Frycburg continued their policy of playing two games. This year Gorham won both games, running the total wins to seven out of ten. The first game played at Gorham ended 6-el, while in the return game at Fryeburg, Gorham, with a revised team, snowed the Academy under by a score of 12-3. By graduation only one man is lost. At the close of the season, William Ran- som was again elected to lead the baseball team next year. With many veterans returning to school, Coach Wfieden has bright prospects in baseball for the coming year. s page one liimdrcd eleven f i ' 2, if-3-'qi-1, ,Q ,ffjfi ,fu 111 l 1 i if Ai' I - TNI .'-j:',ii157.'1-',fZ ig'3fQ"lll'f",-f'?g l ' 'W ' '4 " fifi"r:'5':,-ff ':Q5ii'3'f.-'f'5? 1 .. 'i I ' '5 ff I ' 1" " l X . i , A - slvvrirfw . Q , , h , 51131. BOYS' INTERCLASS COUNCIL Top row: K. Crockett, R. Morton, L. Marston. Bottom row: E. Tobey, D. Galiison, L. Provencal, L. Jensen, J. Luiz. INTERCLASS ATHLETICS In order to promote athletics and to include as many people as possible, athletic activities are divided into varsity competition and class competition. The former is limited to three sports : cross country in the fall. basketball in the winter, and base- ball in the spring. A letter can be secured only in varsity competition. During the course ot the school year interclass competition in cross country, tennis, volley ball, basketball and various track events is promoted. At the beginning of each year, each class selects its class council, consisting of three members, which in turn organizes the teams which represent their respective classes. The athletes from each are divided into major and minor teams. Each member of a minor team is given a green stripe, and eachhmember of a major team is awarded a white stripe, which is equivalent to two green stripes. Upon securing ten green stripes or their equivalent, class numerals are awarded. At the close of each year, the class which has won the greatest number of points is given the Council Cup. For the year of 1931-32 it was won by the Classiof 1933. - TROPI-IY WINNERS Sport Donor 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 Cross Country James Bailey Co. 1933 1933 1933 Basketball Louis Chrissikos 1931 1934 1934 Volley Ball Albert Studio 1931 1934 1934 Tennis Massachusetts Club 1931 1933 1933 Baseball Lambda Pi Sigma 1931 1934 1934 Track Alpha Lambda Beta 1933 1934 1935 The COUNCIL CUP for the year 1931-32 was won by the Class of 1933. page one lugndrecl twelve " " "' ' ' "rf ' - 'f"' -'.:f A--,fS'i'V'. ' 1 g7i2g.2j:a-TT-'2:-v-v YET:-T1:5:r,:a1 ,S-5--.-.21.i,f --fl .. ..., ,. , l A .. . . ,I "ff-V1 1-"11."1.1'j5,'fg, 'j7'."g2tig".1 C- ' : ' J--':'-fl, ff,..5-,v A A' -1: 1. . J, ' W Q x3f",f, af .,-:1:,5Q,gj if ,'?ffif.:l,g.-Q 5 1 2. 3. 1',..ggg,..-zffgiffg,j,lI,f,'P.-QIQETQX' ' '3-..,-:Egg-.2g37j, .5-i5:j'.I..7J,'QL-' fp-, 1571.1-11-fLyjF,J " -.M 15- J "-I - 1 .5 few 'Za I N . t 14 I -A r, .K 'Kgs 'T,-.:ff.:f!ig:1jfjx.t?,lQ-.,-R 1 ifigggf , . - 1 -. - N -V -1' 5.-:27"'iI 'I ' XM Ji iz" if 'if' 'f :ral "w E33 -' H'.2'l'.'i - - . --. - . , , ,,f..v -.M a - K G. fi-1 Q . l 'Q"'f'f" . . '.,-'-.xiyfp gf :J-.i' ,lu . - V , .,- MJXLJ 14.3 , 'II' fqcgyis-.., ' .1 - . , V, . - is l iii, 'alfa .- GIRLS' INTERCLASS ATHLETICS A cup is awarded each year to the class having the largest total number of points at the end of the year. These points are earned in scheduled games in soccer, basketball, tennis, baseball, track, volley ball, and other held events. Last year the cup was won by the Seniors. This year we are introducing a new game called badminton. Stars, class numerals and a green felt monogram on a white background are won by individuals through participation in the games mentioned above, and by the completion of certain tests of athletic achievement. Through the generosity of the girls' athletic instructor, M iss Reed, an arrange- ment has been made whereby girls who have spare periods during school hours may have a course in tennis. This gives those who are interested in the game a chance to become better acquainted with it. ' Miss Reed posts daily a list ot those names of the girls who are to play that day and the period they will play. This not only is a systematic program. but gives each and every girl a chance to have instructions. There are classes for beginners and for advanced players. So you can see G. N. S. is making good use of the splendid new courts which were put in about a year and a half ago. There is a tennis tournament each Spring and this year there is a possi- bility for a tournament for both classes ot players. Archery is another interesting Spring activity for girls. This year we have two targets instead ot one. This gives a chance to use one target for beginners and one for advanced players. XV e are thinking of having a tournament in archery this Spring, which only proves that there is an opportunity for many champions and a sport for every girl. A page nm' l11n1d1'i'cI ilzirlccn 1 .. , - . -1 H--Y s -Y.. ., .... ff..-,-. - ..-, ---Y --- - A-1-f.-W -- J f . I 'K-214,-,1:'.15.'i:A '5155-554.14P'fffififffii 1 :.rV.,.ff1f.'.e1eii?iabe"'f?,1iLii.sQ2:.fffL22Ei5-.ffiii21 , "ith 1 if-fe 7 ' " - 5-"1-.-f 22"1-- if ,-:ff-3,1.g.ff.I'Tn' .'.+:f,fz- If .,r1g.qgg::a'-., , ' L i iii!2:71.-viiiii-I ' f ' - ' ' ' '1--'l'+1..-f!T1i1':'.5.'?:':if3t' 5 ff I ' it f 4-:S .--'--'L 1-.- . ' -z . f - f i" , ' - 'fT1'.f'.'f"Q",.. ' i.1iE-'I-'G'!'f'-.-- 1 Yr .i-'?.:,fg:,':1gi5f:.15,3 --- R , Q :l.'f,-311,24 Ag. Q J! '.jfl1 - -, - . sz, .sf - lx Kf 5 l ' 'Q' 'f'fF'1iw'--. 4 lf lflr., 'il ""'r't+s1-..,V.f V, '-,f -1 V 7' ' ' ', 'Jil' ', 1 - 'FQ i ' ' " 1,-V' 3 A' A A J I I -1 rr 'il 'E A 'LL Y'-' - -,i Y ' v l I JUNIOR GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Top rrrw: H. Liclbuck. S. Jensen, IW. Sturgis, A. Hinds. C. Davis, Il. Cook, M. Biclcforcl Bottom row: II. Gilpatrick, E. Johnson, H. Johnson, S. Reed, A. l,l.acMilla11. A. Reriell BASKETBALL OFFICERS Senior Captalin, .NIARGUERITE Boyce Jim-for Captain, I'IELEN JOHNSON Coach, SARAH REED SENIOR TEAM Burnctte Bailey, Marguerite Boyce, Stella Nichols, Margery Nash Sen Lois Prior, Sebina Regina, Pauline Ross JUNIOR TEAM ' a Jensen, Mary Sturgis, Helen Johnson, Ella Johnson, Beatrice Cook Eleanor Davis, Henrietta Lidback, Avis Hinds, Arlene MacMillan, Mary Bickford, Altha Renell, Hazel Gilpatrick SUMMARY OF GAMES Seniors .............. 14 Juniors Seniors .... 18 Juniors Seniors ,... Juniors Seniors .... 15 Juniors Seniors .............................................. 15 Juniors A series of inter-division games were played this year before starting the usual class games, thus giving many girls a chance to play, and from those groups the class teams were chosen. The Seniors tried to keep up the old saying, "Seniors always win," but out of five games the Seniors won two and the Juniors three. So the cup goes to the Juniors for 1933. Good luck to you next year, Juniors, and may you keep up the good work! page one 1lll!Idl'E'd fourleelz 1 1 Q - O, ,, A .N 1, W XX , . . 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' ' 1. '. Co Q. Hola ' 'Z . 7 ', '. Vi. ' . . ' ' '. -1. , ' L. . 'AI' . . 1 4 4 . , - , I . , . , '- v m m 4 .. , 41N fc 'L ' C , ' J ',l Z Ja, .1 1 I ' C, ' .X , , C . . , l 5 U . ., 1 . X . , C . I . .5 L ! A C L, 1 14.7 A. . ' V7 ' ' .fc A L " V , Cc '17 " , Ac ' , 4 c , . 'w .. . ,. r . '- ' L X. I. ., cw , , , . ' A We c , ' A c c c ' 'L' 1 f if Air ' 'Q bemors 10 tlumors 3 ' . fl ' . " I . F' ' .. 71 1. - r v w -. -. - ,c c 71. L J' . . L c ' . ,.. ,, ' V, ' ., .. . ' ' . . I L ' , g , c . b , lr K. A L K , . . f. , . Y 'V . "7-'75"'1'f'ff. .-- 'f'f!zvw-"T'..'Q2'e'i"-"',1- r. 'rear ..'- T'1Tr''i.tv.:.Qr-is-1111"1. .f ' 1 . Wggfvffu, .Y .C s-1-.-.ff :Q-. 5-1 iiffilfi L-'Tel-'if.?.??E',,f.,-551'fsy1'f,w,:gf5s?,wfigfzg-ffibffj "PZiEi4ifQ3.1'j'? ''fj1ipf..g2f::15f5,9"L,1f231f:7"T. 1'-rzffz,-55-?iX::.',f ilifi' :BJ -473 7?f1f.ft 1-1? :?'T?e-LET?" .-.Ha his iid ll .--il .., .. in - . H .ff f --f -1, -..4-M... ,- 1- V. 4 . ,IJ it ., X-,-1,1 ptpf-g:5..5n'fr.'-15:7 i".f,Q1'f- ""rf1: .- ' - gafgff?-"1 n-..":e':'9Lg,.ff:3.- ,S-rf-if 2'-1 -'f,-Q12 5---f-:If,:j.'-' if l 5 .fu 2.7 ly-' 'five ,f:'.f':Yv45' Jr ' .' ""f2L"Iig -' ' ' 1.-i6"fHgfif'1 ..,.--1'ZTZ?T'f"1Qjf:i,"iilQriif'' 'Z-2 .1':L!:-1 lg3zL.,3a51e3G555,i.1 uf 4.4. FL' ' 1'-.ifgga lj- ,. .HEI-D 61531. g':31r?,gf,,f ikzggffvsirj-3s,i.1.slag,,J',1'r,-'gig I f3,l',5i'1fg-qagilipggfjri riff 1, X32-.2-,L .,X:t,TiLg .Air .. ,. ,N 5 -Q :fwf If 't1..:r., P-1,1vy--',F:K.','1.i,G1.2,'.rY! FEI' 3.43 ATF' ij-l, ,THQQ i ' ' i1,ir'l,,,V f l r-9 ,H eil, sa'-Qige .QQ .. -'-ww, lip :ef ' .rs fi A ii V by .Ls " Sul, ,S 1 Ml ys.. s",1:' ' 'w.L,, ,v -Y -5 I' z "Q TRACK MEET, MAY 24, 1932 SENIORS, 43, JUNIORS, 728 SUMMARY OF EVENTS 1. 30-yard Dash-Sophie Tarr, lst, H. Small, 2nd, S. Nichols, 3rd. Baseball Throw-B. VV'ithee, lst, D. Stacy, Zndg H. Small, 3rd. 3. 50-yard Dash-H. Guptill, lst 5 E. XV all, Zndg S. Tarr, Srd. 4. Basketball Throw-C.,VVest, lstg D. Stacy, 2nd, B. Bailey, 3rd. Broad Jump-H. Guptill, lstg H. Small, 2nd, B. Bailey, 3rd. 6. Shot-put-C. Wfest, lst g D. Stacy, 2nd, H. Small, 3rd. 7. High Jump-H. Guptill, lst, B. Bailey, Qndg N. Lakeman, 3rd. BASEBALL SENIOR TEAM Cora VV est, Vllinifred Cobb, Martha Chesley, Nola Lakeman, Marjorie Moody, Edna O'Brion, Louise Sproul. Dorothy Stacy, Helen Small, Sophie Tarr, Edith VV all, Ferne Vlfhitney ' JUNIGR TEAM Burnett Bailey, Marguerite Boyce, Muriel Cook, Marjorie Cutts, Barbara Harmon, Stella Nichols, Margery Nash, Lois Prior, Freda Stevens, Pauline Ross SUMMARY OF GAMES Seniors .... .............. 1 2 juniors ...... 'Y Seniors ....... ..... 1 LL Juniors ...... 9 lnterclass baseball for girls made its initial appearance at G. N. S. in the Spring of 1931. The following Spring baseball was again taken up with great enthusiasm. A series of three games were played. The first game was hard fought and ended with a .Senior victory. The Juniors came back to the second game with a treacher- ous gleam in their eyes, but in spite of their effort, the Seniors stormed over them again, therefore the Seniors were pronounced the champions. Cheer up, Juniors, another year is yet to come and Seniors always win-at least that's what they say! liage one Izmzdred .vi.r'teeu f f , , -3 Q ,,.VA.:,,I ,i,,Vv,,,.-lyk.-t-Y-V A-F,-VF rw HTA, - .1 V - -, , R, f,, 1, -V..-. w ' 1 - -- 1 -'-v 1- r ,- . ,V pw ,,,.... . - J, ,, ,,v. -Y , ,,,., ., I - ,,-,,, X 5 '. 'I ff, ,- -',:.., V if ff j.1 .441 X R. ,sly ,A L' , ,. ,I l V, X. l 4 Y I ' . ,, -.lf Ml. J V. :Z V I, --5 .',- ii-.Qui Hi-yi? ,- ' . 1 ' 'Y -.-". "J ,, . l , , . W , N Y ww' I -,Y I 1 . , ', if f J I' ,ji Xl h'1l 15 you1 lavoute mdom spoxt lVe 'lslxecl of m.mv boy s What do you clo lJLblClCS school NVOI lx luet m 111 1 lot: of nolse thue NVQ ll show you vx h'1l we do And so to D1 ove what thev hurl mud, lhme pxetuws L mme to vlew lmqz' mm lzzmdwd sez Miffcu ClOI'llCl1l1'lC9 we have 1 lJ2'l1lJC1 shop, O1 umlxe love to a czu clhozucl 9,111 Ox then x ou ll find us plavmg czuclq Uuul each lJ1211I1 5 awhul sleep XVe sleeh though hecle do fmll Or qosfnp may heglule our tune Do you heheve th lt s '1 l D I , ,' . ' , . T, .' , ' - . . . 3-'7 U ' .' f - . 1 ' l . . Z 5, . . ' . L . nt'--2 t ' Y V." - 1 - y ' - 1-", .. , A ,' , , , , ,-1 , , r , ' . . e A ,- J ,- ,, f4,. F X K V L I u "Oh, no," said they, "you wrong us "Sometimes we simply sleep and , ,' , V, Y . .W . . . , . ' , . 4 , ' . A tl , c . .' ' ' 1 V ' ' ' 14 1 In , A 1 ' . " . 'i '-H " ': ' ' . ' z':LE. I, ' -' fl - l I . Sepicizzbez' Sclvicmlzcr SL'pfC'llll1Cl' SL'llfC7llbL'I Scpiemlnef Scpfcazzbel y , 1 fi' CALENDAR SEPTEMBER, 1932 Ig. Signs of life again. Practice Teachers are assembling. I ? i . Stampeding Seniors arrive for registration at 2.00. 13. Silently UD, fearfully C?J, the juniors creep in at 3.00. 13. Acquainted? Of course, after the Y. NV. C. A. get-together this evening. Isl. We're off! . t 2.1. First dance being given in center by the Massachusetts Club. OCTOBER October I. Pupils meet teachersg teachers meet pupils. Wliere? At the Junior Reception- don't you remember? October S. How we sail to Center for the Camp Fire Dance, entertainment and "free eats"l October 10. The Dramatic Club members eat, drink, and are merry at their annual banquet held in the dining room. October 15. Alpha Lambda Beta boys know how to decorate as well as to give a dandy tra- ternity dance, don't they? October 27. Dr. Ambrose Suhrie again captivates his audience here at G. N. S. with another of his entertaining and instructive educational talks. Ociolwr 27-28. Teachers' Convention, which is being held at Bangor, is attended by several members of our faculty. Oclobcr 29. Moo-oo, bow wow, meow! yes, sir, the Aroostook and Penobscot County Club is giving us an animal dance in Center. NOVEMBER Nofvnvzzlzer 5. NVitches, goblins, clowns and other queer creatures appear in the gym to attend a Halloween Party. Nozfcmbm' 9. The Civic Committee entertains royally on our Superintendents' Day. lVozwmbcr II. Everyone's happy and gay for this is Armistice Day. No school! JVO'UU'Il1l1L'l' 16. NVe come, we see, we enjoy "XVhite Hyacinths" given by the Boston Players in Russell Hall. Nowmber :Vo-Ucmber' .fVo'Uembc'1' No'vcmbL'r 17. One quarter ends as the second one begins. 19. Our "Fellas" are giving us a dance. What music, ooo! 'What fun, mmm! 24. Gobble, gobble, gobble! Thanksgiving Vacation. 28. NVe have a pleasant surprise in having Mr. and Mrs. Moulton speak to us on India as they know it. N ovuinber 30. Dr. Coombs tells us of the work of the Department of Health. page one 1l'Illldl'Ffl ciylztevxi ,f Lltx may DECEMBER Deceilibw' 2. The liquor question in Canada vividly portrayed to us by Dr. Ben Spence. JJl'L'L'Hl17f'I' 3. The XVashington-Hancoek Club announced "The zero hour for dancing has arrived. Come to see the Center and dance with usfl Wie did. Dvrvmbm' 6. lTlie jviusif and Art entertzrinment ils an artistic, unusual and beautifully planned program w uci oes ionor to our stuc ents anc teachers. jJC'6L'lIl17l'l' Jo. "Girl Shy," I'll say he is. The Dramatic Club Play proves it. 1JL'L'L'IIlIJL'I' 21. Christmas Party, play, and everything, sponsored by House Committee. Dvvcilibw' 23. A delightful Christmas Cantata presented by the Glee Clubs. IAN UA RY, 10133 JfU1!lUJ'j' 3. Back to studying. Vacation is over. January 6. Basketball game in Gym between Gorham and Fryeburg. .lmzuury 7. For two cents for every foot and one cent for each inch over. Thus we are meas- ured to enter the Lincoln County Club dance. Jmnrary 13. Buses are crowded. Wie all attend the Cumberland-York Teachers' Convention. Jmzimry IS. The charming play, "As Husbands Go," read by Rachel Crauthers. January 19. Paul Revere has reappeared! Plaistccl leaps out of Miss Lewis' window to rescue Miss Pilce's car from a terrible crash. Hail to the berol .lulziiary 27. Big' Game. Gorham versus Farmington. After the game a dance in Center fol- lowed by a banquet for the teams. Jtlllllllfj' 38. Bears used for decorations means the Oxford County Club is giving a dance in Center. FEBRUARY I:Pll7'lllll'j' 3. GREEN AND XVIIITH banquet, after which there is to he a conference for Mr. Dooley and son. FFll1'1ltll'vX' .l. Another Basketball game. Gorham versus Salem. This, too, is followed by a dance in Center. livbrimry 7. Dramatic Club has Theater Party at Jetiierson. Then the trip home. Remember the skids and the walk up Normal Hill. lIl'bI'I1Hl'j' 11. Alpha Lambda Beta charge brunettes ten cents, blondes twenty cents. and red heads ten cents plus luxury tax of ten cents for the Fraternity Dance in Center. Fvbrxuzry Ll. Boston Varsity Quartet entertains with music popular and classic. 17L'l1I'I1lH'.V 17. Poor picture taking' day. ' Fvlnrimry IS. VVCSH announces the Gorham Normal School Double Quartet, Orchestra- and Glec Club. lt is a broadcast of which we are all proud. .Fl'1U'I1lll'j' 32. Patriotic program being' presented during hrst period this morning is a grand tribute to VVZlSlllI1gl101l, Lincoln and Coolidge. ' fflffl' our lnl11u'1'rd 11inrz'c'm1 -' f riff f"..': 11 A ' 5,2-f 1 '.'.iKV ---.374 V ' ,Eg +,s,'4.yV3,. ,- 'V gf -V Lb f-,- 4 u -N,-,7.,v, f 5.4.1, J I4 - Y .. i l i ' . ., wx" 'L' -i .- -:.f. : 3 ',-f 3,15-"A A i 1- I, sg-ft - -f A, ' . s - V ,,--., A , i V -,, 1 it -. 3- ', :If X 'X , A v 'J 1 .N - , i i i . f N x 3 i MARCH Mardi 3. Small school tournament being held in the gymnasium today and tomorrow. llfarrlz- 9. Hungry, girls? Y. W. C. A. group is selling hot dogs in Center. ilfarclz. 11. Depression dance in Center. Something new and interesting by the Massachusetts Club. ,Marrlzl JS. Jig'-saw puzzles, cards and dancing, all to he had at the St. Patriclis Day Party. Jl1'm'cli 22. Laugh, laugh and laugh. The Fraternity ininstrel show-iull of them. ellarclz 35. Brother, can you spare a dime? The Spring Dance in Center tonight. illarcli 29. No more laughing, no more fun. EXAMTNATIONS have begun. APRIL April I. Don't be an April Fool. April Fool's party. Aliril 5. "Unipla uinbsa soo." The China Shop. That is this yez1r's operetta, you know. April 6. The new practice teachers fare forth to their duties. VACATION begins tonight. April IS. School opens again! April 19. Another holiday. A party is held in the library. The t'Fellas" co-star in that remarkable play, "T he Lighthouse Keeperfl fljvril 20. We tour New York with Doris and Louis-Miss Jordan and Mr. VVieden treated us to more sidelights oi the Convention. fljwril 21. Representatives from Boston University entertain us one whole period. flfvril 28. W'e can at least play at banking-Mrs. Stevens tells us how. Xljrril 29. Commuters' Club takes charge in Center. XIVITCYC was that intermission? 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Steaks Banana Splits Fruit Chops Royals Confectionery Salads Velvets Sodas Soups Normal Special Ice Cream Stews Sundaes Pop Corn Novelties - Films - Cameras - Graduation Gifts To all the members of the faculty, students and organizations at G. N. S., I Wish to express my sincere thanks for the support given me during the last year. May our friendship continue during the next year. page mm hizrldrvd 12001111 P1 , . fem Compliments of I THE ALBERT STUDIO p l ddt yy? . p - A f 1 - ,rw The Final Test of Any Outing Equipment Is Not What the Manufacturer Claims for It-But What Service It Gives to the User Hanold Outfittmg Company Designers and Manufacturers SIANDISH MAINE Outfitters GIRI S CAMPS SCHOOLS COLLEGES GYMNASIUM CLOTHING OUTING SPECIALTIES CAMP UNIFORMS SPORTS WEAR Hanold Mei chandlse IS sold direct to the Consumer Offzwa! Ouffitfws F01 ham N01 mal School 19.33 34 f I I di 1 O , , , , One Profit - Personal Service - Prompt Deliveries ' .' 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F. J. MELAUGH, Treas. SEA FOOD 158 Commercial St., Portland, Me. BEST WISHES OF Carswe1I's Drug Store Compliments of GORHAM GARAGE IRA C. ALDEN, Prop. Compliments of "The Green SL White Store" ELLA RANKIN, Prop. SANBORN'S CLEANSING, PRESSING, DYEING AND REPAIRING High Grade Work at Reasonable Prices MEN'S TAILOR IVIADE SUITS U TOP COATS 315.00 - 340.00 page one lmndred ilzvirly FRED W SMALL C0mlJl1mG11fS 0 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELI OR AT LAW Gorham Savlngs Bank Corner Nlaln and South Streets GOI ham Nlame rf 1-1 MAS 5Mll.EY'Cq St: zctly a woman s store speczalzzmg m stylzsh apparel of qualzty so entw ely dependable as to make posszble our gum antee of satisfactzon to every customer Z, Gorham Hardware Co. ERNEST J BRAGDON, Pl'Op Parkefs Home Bakery ELECTRICAL, RADIQ AND and Lllnch RO0m PLUMBING SUPPLIES Slate Street, G01 ham Gorham, - - Mame TDI LPI-IONE 102 7 fume our llzruchnu' llmiv one ,-t,1 . .k T T '- - 1 -ff etee N T"e Ltpb -tpe L . ' L L 'T'. 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QTI-lERE'S A DIFFERENCE, page one llllllfllzffl 111-i1'ly-Iwo l S S Smart Apparel- EOR SCHOOL, SPORT AND BUSINESS WEAR Exclusive in Character-But' Not Expensive Special prices to Students for Commencement B E N O I T ' S Westbroolc Portland The Sporting Goods Store HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL ATHLETIC SUPPLIES Wrltc for C1t1logue THE JAMES BAILEY COMPANY 264 266 Mlddle Stl eet Portland Malne Complzments of PORTEOUS MITCHELL SL BRAUN CO CO7711Jllme'r1tS 0 The Randall Teachers Agency H H RANDALL VI q The Cotton Department Stores 52 I 1bby Bldg Congress Square Westbrook and Goxhfuu Poxtland Malne . T .E . ' - I K ' A s 9 , o . f b , , , . , l amp cr . 1. . 2 4 'S 1 . 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