Gorham Normal School - Green and White Yearbook (Gorham, ME)
- Class of 1949
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Editorial A A
Seniors A A
Freshmen A A
Mens and XXIOIHCIIQS S1
Soc-ial Life and Cluhs
Dormitory Life A A A
Men's Life AA ,
Campus School Scenes
Advertisements A ,A
Your Favorite Pivtures
Page Fi vc
for a New World
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NEW TEACHERS FOR A NEW WORLD
Our theme, "New Teachers for a New World", must sound familiar as it has been
used often in addresses, magazines, and books. The phrase, L'New Teachersw, at first
thought seems to be very ordinary and is used over and over in the educational field.
To us those two words have a ve1'y significant meaning. They do not mean simply
that young men and women just out of college are going into the teaching field and
are "new,7 at the profession. They mean that these people graduating from teachers
colleges throughout the nation are going out with new and fresh ideas, with progres-
sive methods that teach a child to be a citizen along with teaching him his subject mat-
ter, and with the advice handed down from famous educators and from people ex-
perienced in the profession.
It is the aim of teachers colleges to steer their students away from the stereotyped
methods which are now associated with the old schools. With our society growing
more complex year after year it is important for the child to learn the great responsi-
bility that goes with his being a citizen of our country. Where else but in the class-
room, which reaches children of all classes, colors, and creeds, could he better learn
the fundamentals of democracy and have an opportunity to practice them?
We have a unew worldw. lt is a world that is changing every day.
time we read a newspaper, pick up a magazine, or listen to the radio.
We see it every
Even our gov-
ernment has had to make adjustments to this rapid change. Teaching methods of one
All of us have
to make adjustments, some consciously, most of them unconsciously. Therefore we
present to you, Hhew Teachers for a New Wforldw.
hundred years ago do not meet the requirements of our modern society.
Miss Ethelyn Upton
Ready for Work In Consultation
To Miss Ethelyn Upton we, the class of l949, do sincerely dedicate our yearbook.
For her patience, for her constant understanding of human endeavors, and for her
skillful guidance in creating future teachers, we hold her in high respect.
l'1lg0 N fur
STROLLING AROUND THE CAMPUS WE SEE
IT'S DINNER TIME
EAST HALL DINING ROOM
WE MEET THE FACULTY
and Harland Ladd,
Stat? Comlnissionel' of Education
The l'resicIent's House
Dr. Francis L. Bailey,
.,.k ,S ,
Dr. and Mrs. Bailey
Robert Miller Miss Mary Peabody
Louis Woodward Miss Genevieve Flark
.lohn Mitchell Lawrence Tilley
Arthur Martin Ralph Duso
Mrs. Bonnie Bess King, G. Flint Taylor, Mrs. Elizabeth Lidback
Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, Miss Edna Dickey, Charles Martin
Miss Miriam Andrews, Miss Esther Wood, Miss Evelyn Littlefield
Miss Doris Fitz, John Bodnarik, Mrs. Carolyn Lansing
LIST OF FACULTY
MISS MIRIAM ANDREWS
B.S., Columbia University
MA., Columbia University
DR. FRANCIS LOUIS BAILEY, President
RA., MA., Unixersity of Michigan
I'Il.D., Columbia University
,IOI I N BODNARIK, JR.
B.S., Kutztown College
SAMUEL A. BROCATO
B.S., Rutgers University
LAWRENCE N. CILLEY
Gorham Normal School
M ISS C ENEVIEVE CLARK
M.A., Clark University
MISS EDNA F, DICKEY
B.A., University of New Ilampshire
MA., University of New Ilampshire
RALPII E. DUSO
M.A., New York University
MISS DORIS I. FITZ
Posse-Nissen School of Physical Education
M.A., Boston University
MRS. BONNIE BESS KING
A.B., University of Chicago
M.A., University of Pittsburgh
MRS. CAROLYN LANSING
B.S., Bridgewater State Teachers, College
M.A,, Boston University
MRS. ELIZABETH D. LIDBACK
A .B., Bates College
MISS EVELYN LITTLEFIELD
B.S., Deliance College, Ohio
M.A., Columbia University
ARTIIIJR I. MARTIN
B.S.E., State Teachers' College,
EtI.M., Slate Teachers, College,
CIIARLES I". MARTIN
AMB., Collmy College
M.A., University of Maine
ROBERT N. MILLER
A.B., Collwy College
B.S.E.. Eitehliurg, Mass.
M.A., University of Minnesota
EVERETT S. PACKARD, Registrar
B.S., Rutgers University
MISS MARY PEABODY
RS., Boston University
M.A., Boston University
MISS ELIZABETH C. SAWYER
B.A., University of Maine
M.A., Boston University
C. FLINT TAYLOR
A.B., Colby College
MISS ETIIELYN UPTON
B.S., Coluniliia University
MA., Colulnbia University
MISS ESTIIER WOOD
A.B., Collly College
LOUIS B. WOODWARD, Viet'-plwfsitlerlt
CAMPUS SCHOOL FACULTY
Standing: Miss Katharine Hanscom, Miss Helen Allen, Mrs. Esther O'Brien,
Richard Barbour, Miss Marilyn Farrar, Miss Harriette Trask, Miss Alberta Littlejohn.
Seated: Miss Cora Hay, Mrs. Mercy Packard, Lawrence Furhush, Principalg Miss
Eleanor Barton, Miss Louise McLain.
Celia and Chucky
For a Green Slip
Dedicated ln our
Whof-with furnacfes to sloke-f-f
Crounde tt care for-N
1 B I .
I I I Gadgets to mend-
PLUS a million and one odds and end
Was just T00 BUSY
To be photographed.
"And That Bill Was-"
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LIST OF FACULTY
MISS IIELEN F. ALLEN
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
RICHARD E. BARBOUR
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS ELEANOR BARTON
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS MARILYN J. FARRAR
Farmington State 'I't-acliers' College
LAWRENCE FURBUSII, Principal
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS PERSIS .I. HALL
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS KATHARIN E HANSCOM
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS CORA C. HAY
B.S., Boston University
Ed.M., Boston University
MISS ALBERTA LITTLEJOHN
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS LOUISE E. MCLAIN
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MRS. ESTHER O'BRIEN
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MRS. MERCY PACKARD
B.S., Gorham State Teachers' College
MISS HARRIETTE C. TRASK
Castine Normal School
MISS H ELEN CEC ENH EIMER
B.S., Nasson College
MISS ELECTA MCLAIN
Shaw's Business College
MRS. CELIA CROSS, Matron
B.S,, Gorham State Teachers' College
MRS. FLORA WALLACE, R.N.
Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds
From Kindergarteners to College Seniors, Gorham students learn by doing. We invite
you to look in on them at typical moments of their school care-ers.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ROBERT HUBBARD, President
MARY VENTRES, Vice-president
RICHARD MACDONALD, Secretary
ELIZABETH MCKOWN, Treasurer
By VIRGINIA ANDRE
Just about every senior class remembers the opening day of school when,
as freshmen, they met in the old gym for a pep talk by lVlr. Woodward as he
handed out the schedules. We remember, too-remember with smiles,
chuckles, and a tinge of sadness all those feelings of independence, awe, and
Our freshman year was fairly uneventful as we were too busy making
friends and adjusting to our new surroundings. We did try to think of ways
to raise money but these ideas were put aside for another year.
Our pride and joy of our freshman year were our seven male members of
the class! Hal Mailman, Ronald Murphy, Lionel Fountain, Dick MacDonald,
Ray Smith, Russ Becker, and Francis Lucey were the apples of our eyes and
were welcome on a campus otherwise devoid of young, unattached men!
Our sophomore year found us one step higher on the stairway to success.
Since we were now well-acquainted with ourselves, our teachers, and our sur-
roundings, we began to take part in many extracurricular activities including
dramatics, music, sports, and various clubs. Once again we talked over plans
concerning raising money by putting oII a class show, and once again we
postponed this for another year. ln lVlay we went to Sebago Lake Park for
our class outing, thus ending our second year at Gorham.
lVlost of us will agree that our junior year was the most successful of the
four. This was due to our very successful class show called 6'Caslight Fol-
liesi'-an all-student production. Who can ever forget the old-fashioned
melodrama, the Barbershop Quartet, the Flora Dora girls, and the Park
scenes? That it was a great success was very evident, especially by the sud-
den increase of money in our treasury!
This year we said goodbye to some of our classmates who had taken the
three-year course and were graduated in J une. We wished them the best luck
in the world, but couldnit help wondering l1ow we would be feeling the fol-
lowing year when we would be in their place.
Our senior year brought us many busy moments. We still were fairly ac-
tive in extracurricular activities, but not to the extent that we had been the
previous two years. Half of the class did its practice teaching one semester,
and half of the class the other semester. This broke up the class for activities,
but it didn,t keep us from having a good time. We held an outing at Gun
Point in October and some of us are still talking about the good time we had.
After the half, time just flew by with teas, talks of minimum salaries, fittings
for caps and gowns, class parts, and thoughts of saying goodbye to our room-
mates and friends.
Our four years have been good ones here on the hill. They are years weill
cherish for the rest of our lives with many happy memories.
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g'From her shall read the
perfect wsays of honour."-
Y. W. C. A., Secretary 2,
Vice-president 3, President 4,
Canterbury Club, President 2g
Dramatic Clubg Political Dis-
cussion, Student Government
Council, House Committee,
Vice-president 2g F. T. A.
"She was ever fair but never
Glee Club: Commuters
A. LINCOLN ANDERSON
"I shall endeavor to enliven
morality with mit, and to terna
per wit with morality.vAddi-
Clee Club, Presidentg M. A.
A., Vice-presidentg Student
Government Councilg Kappa
'Shalt show us how divine a
thing a woman may be made."
Clee Club, Vice-president
3g Dramatic Club, Outing
Club, F. T. A., Amicitia
Club: Y. W. C. A.g Cabinet:
House Committee. President
3g Library Clubg W. A. A.
Board, Girls' Sports.
Page Th irty
She- alone of her kind
knoweth true tneasure."--
Y. W. C.. A., Outing Club,
Glee- Clubg Dramatic' Clubg
Library Clubg Areheryg Yol-
leyball: Badminton: Ping-
MARY KINIBALI. BECKER
"Hut noxs my task is smooth-
ly done, l can fly or l can
run.' 'VVV Milton.
Class Treasurer I: Clee
Club, live-president -13 Outa
ing Clubg Library Club, Dra-
matic Club: Commulers Club.
'IWit and wisdom are born
with a man."-Seldon.
Ftudent Government Coun-
cilg Kappa Delta Phi, Treas-
urer 2, Viee-president 3, Presi-
dent flg Commuters Club, Art
"Blushing is the Color of
Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club,
Vice-president 3, President 43
Outing Clubg Political Discuss
Sion, Hillcrest Board: I". 'll.
A.: House Committee.
'6Geuius must be born, and
never can be taught."-Dry-
Class Secretary 3, Orches-
tra, Dramatics, Y. W. C. A.
"Our youth we can have but
today, we may always find
time to grow old."-Berkeley.
Commuters Club, Treasurer
3, 4, Newman Club.
'Tear not to touch the
Library Club, Y. W. C. A.,
Outing Club, F. T. A., Soft-
'LGood words are worth
much, and cost little."-Heb
Commuters Club 3 Clee
MOne houris sleep before
midnight is worth three af-
Library Club, Vice-president
2, Outing Club, Amicitia
Club, Canterbury Club, Vice-
president 3, 4, Political Dis-
cussion, Y. W. C. A., F. T.
A., Archery, Volleyball.
nl am free as nature first
Kappa Delta Phi, Outing
Club, Men's Glee Club.
HHe saw not half the charms
her downcast modesty con-
Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A.,
Outing Club, Skiing Club,
Archery, Volleyball, Tennis,
i'For the light, of your smile
can be seen from afar."-Se
House Committee, Outing
Club, Y. W. C. A., F. T. A.,
TH EODA HARDING
"A woman's work, grave
sirs, is never donef,-Eusden.
Dramatic Club, Y. W. C.
A., Library Club, Glee Club.
'gLet every Man be master
of his time till seven at nightf'
Class Vice-president 2, Presi-
dent 3, 4, Art Club, Vice-
president 1, President 3,
Kappa Delta Phi, Vice-presi-
dent 2, President 3, Student
Government Council, Com-
mencement Ball Chairman 3,
"A perfect woman, nobly
planned to warn, to comfort,
Outing Club, Tennis, Arch-
ery, Amicitia Club, Treasurer
3, Glee Club, Dramatic Club,
Three One-Act Plays 2, Y. W.
'6Only the actions of the
just smell sweet and blossom
in the dust."-Shelley.
F. T. A., Amicitia Club,
Outing Club, Student Govern-
ment Council, Political Dis-
cussion, Library Club, Y. W.
C. A., Archery, Basketball,
"Be useful where thou liv-
Y. W. C. A., Outing Club,
Y. W. C. A. Choir, Basket-
'4Few men make themselves
masters of the things they
write or speakf'-Seldon.
Student Government Coun-
cil, Vice-president 3, President
fl, Kappa Delta Phi, Com-
muters Club, Dramatic Club,
HBCWHIC the fury of a pa-
"The force of his own merit
makes his way."-Shake
Class Secretary 4, Dramatic
Club, Alpha Lambda Beta.
"Good-nature is more a ree-
. I g a
able 1n conversatlon than IS
Y. W. C. A., Class Treas-
urer 4g Social Committee 4,
F. T. A.g Softballg Badmin-
"What win I if I gain the
thing I seek?',-Shakespeare.
Outing Clubg Dramatic
Clubg Librarian 3, F. T. A.,
Secretary 2, 3, Y. W. C. A.,
Publicity 2, Conference Chair-
man 3g Community Responsi-
bility Commission Chairman
4g Library Club.
"And mistress of herself
though China fall."-Pope.
"For Satan finds some mis-
chief still for idle hands to
Y. W. C. A.g House Com-
mittee, Secretary and Treas-
urer 35 W. A. A., Dramatic
Club, Political Discussiong
"Woman was not taken from
lll8Ill5 head to be ruled by
Clee Clubg Dramatic Club,
Amicitia Club, W. A. A.g
Class Secretary 2g Outing
Club, Vice President 43 Cheer-
leading 2g Girls' Sports.
"God created me a womanf'
Clee Club, Newman Club,
Amicitia Club, President 4g
Dramatic Clubg Y. W. C. A.g
Outing Club, Cheerleadingg
"A woman is a dish for the
Y. W. C. A., Recreation
Committee 3, 4g House Com-
mittee, President 43 W. A. A.:
Dramatic Clubg Class Treas-
urer 2g Amicitia Club, F. T.
A.g Political Discussiong Rep-
resentative to Eastern State
Teachers' College Conference,
N. Y., Outing Clubg Cheer-
"Curiosity is one of the per-
manent and certain character-
islics of a vigorous mind."
Commuters Clubg Hillcrestg
"HilltopicsU Editor 2.
Page Thirty-th ree
"I heal' a Charniefl Iifefl- -
Y. W. C. A.g Library Clubg
Outing Clubg Hiking Counsel-
lor 3: Basketballg Volleyhallg
Badminlong Softballg Tennisg
Winter Sports: Archeryg Ping-
pong and Poolg Bikingg Fic-hl
G, RAYMOND ROBINSON
"As happy a man as any in
the worhl, the whole worlcl
see-ms to smile upon 1ne,"4
Baseball: Cross Countryg
Kappa Delta Phi.
I'My tlreams presage some
joyful news at hanclfig
BARBARA SAWY ER
I'TIu'it-H happy she that is so
"TIu-n clicl the damsel speak
again, 'Wilt thou go on with
Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg
Y. W. C. A.g House Commit-
tee, Secretary and Treasure-r
43 W. A. A.g Outing Clubq
Basketball: Softballg Volley-
'6Pleasures lie thickest.
where no pleasures seem."
6'Slee-ping at last, the struggle
and horror past,
Sleeping at last, the trouble
anrl tumult overf'
Y. W. C. A.g Outing Club:
Skiing: Badmintong Softballg
"Thus on till wisdom is
pushid out of life."-Younf
News man Club.
"For he lives twice who can
at once employ the present
well, and ev'n the past enjoy."
"Out of too much learning
one becomes mad."-Ward.
Art Club, Treasurer 2, Y.
WV. C. A., Cabinet 4, Amici-
tia Club, Vice-president 4,
Dramatic Club, House Coln-
mittee, Outing Club, Tennis,
PA ULI NE STEWART
"She moves a goddess and
she looks a queenf'-Pope.
Faculty Student Govern-
ment Council, Secretary 3,
Amicitia Club, Secretary 3,
Dramatic Club, Y. W. C. A.,
Representative to Eastern
State Teachers, College Con-
fen-ner-, N. Y. 4, Archery.
'Sigh no more, ladies, sigh
Mon were deceivers ever."
Hillrrest Board, Editor 4,
Amicitia Club, Glee Club,
Secretary 3, Dramatic Club,
Student Government Council,
Y. W. C. A., Canterbury Club,
Secretary 3, House Commit-
tee, Library Club, W. A. A.,
Outing Club, Cheerleading,
"My words fly up, my
thoughts remain below.',-
DORIS VAN BLARICUM
I'The heavens such grace
did lend her, that she might
Amicitia Club, Clee Club,
Art Club, Student Govern-
ment Council, Library Club,
Y. W. C. A., Hillcrest Board,
Editor of Literature, Dramatic
Club, Outing Club.
"Ever fair and ever youngfi
Library Club, Treasurer 2,
Class Secretary 4, Art Club,
Secretary 3, Glee Club, Y.
W. C. A., F. T. A., Outing
"Thursday come, and the
week is gone."-Herbert.
"A man must work to get
"Ile was a scholar, and a
ripe and good onef'-Shaken
"That it should come lo
Class President 1g Student
Government Councilg Kappa
Delta Phig Outing Club: M.
A.g Basketballg Baseball,
Captain 2g Junior High School
EDWARD H EN DRICKSON
"l hold that man is in the
right who is most closely in
league with the future."-
"Few things are impossible
to diligence and skillfl-
"Oh sxomanl l.ove-ly womanl
Nature made lheel'-Otway.
"Large was his bounty and
his soul si11421-re."-Selecterl.
RICH ARD MORTON
"lt is always good when a
man has two irons in the firefi
TH ELMA SANDERSON
"Knowledge comes, but
JOSEPH J. WACNIS
"For him to conquer, he
learned all there was."-Frost.
The End of a Long Climb-and Lucey's Still Talking
Page Thirty-sem ll
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ARTHUR CREEK, lhwesiflent
ELEANOR CARVILLI-2, Vice-pr0s1'1l6l1I
JEANNHTTI-I DUMAS, Secremry
GRACE PESILLI, Trmsulel
Listen to This
R LANDBERO, Vic
HELEN KN IGHT, Secrela
It's Dance Time Again-and an Photogzraphic Illusion!
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
BURNALL PAGE, President
DONALD KENNY, Vice-president
EVELYN BRUNS, Secretary
CLYTHRO STAPLES, Treasurer
LEE AHLQUIST, Studenl Government Representative
Birds and More Birds
Fort y- four
It's Done ?
Don't miss the apple!
Thx- i'll9?I'll'ildlAl'S. just like tht' tvam they were m't11'4'i'ii1z. fm gut uit' to .1 is mimi
start this season. The squad had a nt-is additimi this yvar 0 xx v ml f me m mm l in 91
the spmistwship ul the W. A. A. they purvhasvd new uuifmms It 1 I 1
slstvcl uf fort-st green juiupvrs with Whitt' htnuses. and ful tht huxs is ll t ptu s .
white' sxwz-1tPl's. The vhc-vl'leade1's also had all new vlwvis s it ui s
xixai-iuus was tht- military vtlecr whivh got-s:
ii4ll'llHlIl llil 'Q-m,
He-arty. Kim. lfirr-Y
Cin- us rmmif
'lihv 1-uthusiastiv t'ht'l'l'It'LlCif3I'S made many mute-rs PtIthllNldN If 1 1 th 9 1 u
squad this yvar xx
Q-r. Ili-ml fiill'1'1'It'2l
llcrbert Lush lllaplainl
,lolm Boclnarik, Coaull
F11-cl Spragnv, Managcr
Tmn Gagnon, Assistant
Barry Linefllan, Assistant
1948-49 BASKETBALL SEASON
52 at Fitclilunrg
54 at Farniinglun
35 at Willimanlif'
39 at Keene
57 at Salem
39 at Plyniunllx
59 at Bates ,l. V.'s
age Fa I'lvY-II
zgc I' :fly
G. S. 'l'. C. Basketball Team
G. S. T. C. Baseball Team
Getting in Practice
THE HILLCREST BOARD
The Hillcrest Board has but one function, that of producing the annual yearbook.
To those of you who wonder what the board does, its many duties include having the
pictures taken representing the seniors and the many clubs on campus, seeing that each
organization is written up in a manner so that in years to come the readers may be
able to recall what his or her club did that year, and to make it possible to produce
the yearbook, collecting advertisements from the local merchants and business organi-
zations. The last and final duties are putting everything into form to compose a year-
book and seeing that it gets off to the publishers.
This year a very important change was made in the yearbook. Several suggestions
were made to the hoard that the name of the publication be changed. These sugges-
tions wcre handed over to the Student Government Council which in turn presented
them to the student body as a whole. After receiving many names for the new year-
book, the Student Government Board presented a list of suggested names which in-
cluded the old name of HCreen and White" to the student body for its selection. As
a result the name Hillcrest was elected by a student majority to be hereafter the name
of their yearbook. The board is very pleased with cooperation given by the students.
Hats off to the new Green and White Hillcrest.
FACULTY-STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL
The Faculty-Student Government Council is made up of representatives from the
classes, the various Clubs on the campus, and the faculty.
Its chief function is representing the student body in working out the affairs of the
school. Among these affairs is the allocation of money from student fees to the various
clubs and organizations.
This organization is in charge of putting on the three formals at the college, the
Harvest Ball in November, the Valentine Ball in February, and the Graduation Ball
Each year two students and a faculty member are sent to the Eastern State Teachers
College Conference in New York. This year upon the nomination of the Council Pau-
line Stewart and Russell Becker accompanied by Miss Edna Dickey were elected by
the student body to represent the college at the convention.
FRANCIS LUCEY, President
FRI-JD SPRACUE, Vice-president
GENEVIEVI-I HOUSTON, Secretary
ESTELLA P1-imtasi-LN, l're.si1lenL
KAY lVlITt:HELL, Vice-pl'esi1le11l
HOPE SH.-UN. Secretary-7'reasurcr
Lois Bi-ZNNER, President
JEAN ELI.r:N SMITH, Vice-president
HOSALIE PRI-LBLE, Secr'vlary-Treasurar
The House Committee is the student government of the dormitories. It assisted in
the promotion of good citizenship by carrying out regulations, by such services as col-
lection of mail. turning out lights, ringing bells. and keeping hooks, and by encourag-
ing quiet during study hours.
The House Committee seeks to promote social functions and general welfare of all
women students. It had an annual Halloweien party and a Christmas party in Center
with games, jokes, refreshments, and laughter. It also supplied magazines and other
small necessities. It sponsored a booth at the Y. W. C. A. hazaar for the benefit of the
W. S. F. fund.
Housc Committee officers and members are elect d "
e twice a yt
:ar hy dormitory resi-
Cn.xaI.n: ANDRE, l'resi1le111
Etiinofz Nmsoxi If'ice-,nresiflfvzl
Eviiux Axminsox, SCl'l'!'IlII"Y
ROBERT Denis. Tl'f?IISlll't'I'
The Outing Clulw had an active season again this year with even a larger roster of
members than before. Early in the fall the 1-luh made an all day exeursion to Pleasant
Mountain in Bridglon.
The outstanding event of the year sponsored hy the 1-lull was the annual winter car-
nival and 4-oronation of the queen. By popular tote listelle Pedersen was elerted Car-
nival Queen of l949.
'llhe vluli also sponsored several splash parties at the Portland YWUIA for its mem-
lrers as well as envouraging all other outdoor exents.
YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
JANE ABBOTT, President
NELLIE PAGE, Vice-presiflenl
HELEN STEVENS, Secretary
TRUDY FORD, Treasurer
MRS. FRANCIS L. BAILm',l p'aCu1,,,.14d,,is0,.S
Miss EDNA IJICKEY, l I
'lhrough its program of worship, study and reereation the YXVCA desires to aid
its inemliers in eharaeter growth and personality dexelopment.
Highlights of the year included the Freshman Orientation Wleek, the Big Sister Pro-
gram. the l7l'l'Sl1Ill3ll Reception, the Candlelight Service, the Christmas Progrrain and
installation of olheers. All these activities were planned at the "YN Cabinet Retreat in
Every Thursday night is devoted to our programs, which earry out the essential
aims of the organization. During the Lenten Season the Canterbury Club and the HY'
joined in a series of Lenten serviees with speakers.
The YWCA Choir, directed by Jean Goodwin, was prominent in activities here on
eainpus and in the New England Teachers' College Conference.
A eonlerenee on Civil Rights and Aeademie Freedom was held here on our own
eainpus with representatives from many eolleges in this area attending. Miss Ella-
nore Ildisards was eonferenee Chairman.
lfzf lzlli llglll
THE NEWMAN CLUB
ROBERT GRI-IANEY, President
HELEN LYNCH, Vice-president
GRACE PESILLI, Secretary-Treasurel'
BETTY CUMMINGS, Correspmm'ing Sem-ulary
REV. JOHN J. FINN, Chaplain
Une of the highlights of the Newman Clulfs activities this year was the Christmas
party il gave for the Sunday school classes of Catholit- vhildren of Gorham.
One of the clulfs projects this year was to assist in toavhing Sunday school fol-
lowed by a Communion breakfast.
As its 1-ontrihution to the W. S. S. F. drive, the Newnian Clulw sponsorecl ai spring
ilzlnce in c'onjunc'tion with the Carnival that was heing held.
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L1.AN0Ri: Eimmims. lII'I'Sli1lt'Ilf
ELLEN IlYl'1R. I'-IIVI'-lIl'l'Sil1t'lI1
RICH-XRD Baum. Sat-nflfiri
'flue Cuiitvrlrti1'y Clulv is an organization of lln- lfpist-upaliiul students on the vain
pus. ll has t'zirried mi this year a religious C"flllI'illiHtl prugrani as well as providing for
flewrlimial sen ives.
lJlll'itl'f the Lenten season it worked in l'0ll.lIlN'li0ll with the Y. W. C. A. in s onsor-
. F 1 . 0 1 . J 1 . n P
mg weekly worship Servives. Various Rpm-upznliaiii rm-tors were invited to vonclut-t
these serv ivus.
This it-ur tlit- vluli umitinued its study ul clillt-rent religions by inviting various
speakers to tht- meetings. This prmerl In-in-lit-iul tu the memliers by gixing them at
f'lP2lI'Pl' lllllll'l'SliltltiltlfI of the different religinus svvts.
'ilu varry mi its xxurlx in the dewtitmal serxives tlle vluli provided for e' '
ltlllltilltl serxit-es t'mirlut'tecl in tlie tezivliers' rumn in liurtliell H'
all for its lll0llll1Q'I'F.
EI.i:AN on TOBFY P
. , resirlent
CRAQIE PESILLI, Vice-presiflenz
MIIRIEL BARNi:s, Secretary
ADA HALL, 7'rf'r1surer
MHS. LIDBACK. Facullbx' fldvisor
A few of our numerous activities ranged from musical varieties, picture tinting, and
splash parties to book reviews. Some of the must successful enterprises of the club
were the m '15 sandwich sales wliivh were held in the dormitories. Our final activity
was a banquet for all members of the club.
F. T. A.
DOROTHY GIBBS, President
MICHAEI. ANTHONY, Vice-president
BARBARA WYMAN, Secretary
GERALD HOAR, Treasurer
FREDA LEUPOLD, Student Council Representative
Miss ETHELYN UPTON, Fawn Advisors
RALPH DUso, y
The programs of the Walter E. Russell Chapter of the Future Teachers of America
this year were very interesting. During Education Week the F. T. A. sponsored
speakers for chapel. Other speakers spoke at our meetings. Miss Ellen Dyer acted
as Program Committee Chairman.
This year there was a meeting of all the Maine Chapters of F. T. A. held at the
Maine Teachers, Convention in Portland. Miss Janice Upton and Michael Anthony
participated in the panel discussion as representatives of Gorham. We are looking
forward to next year when the meeting in Bangor will he under the leadership of
lubr Srxlv two
ROS.-XI.Il-I PREBLE, President
DAVID ROBINSON, lf"ice-president
Rose NIAXWELL, Secretary
Driuonfxn SCRIBNER, Treasurer
S,-mllil-II. BROCATO, Faculty Advisor
The Art Club was organized for the purpose of group sharing and individual growth
in art crafts and appreciation. This year many projects were entered upon by the club.
Some of the most suvcessful were a chapel program presented to the student body
and an exhibition of the work of the members which was open to the public. Four
hundred Japanese prints were included in this exhibit. Tea was served to the guests
afterward with the members of the club serving as hosts and hostesses.
Work in crafts consisted of making bookends, soap carving, and working with water
colors und oil paints.
Lois B1fNN1f:R, l'resi1Ient
ELEANOR Torsrzv. Vice-presirlenz
DAVID Jonnsoir. Secretary
lRI-:NE XVICHT. Treasurer
lSARxsDALi: lVlACBE'l'H, Librarian
RALPH Diiso, lfaculty Arlvisor
ll is interesting to note that this year all productions in the Dramatic Association
have heen completely produced hy the students themselves. This is true of ex ery phase
in drama: acting. directing. stage technicians, make-up, and costumes.
The first major production of the year was Hjanuary 'llhaww which was directed by
Eleanor Tobey. This met with a great deal of success and enthusiasm. Following
'Ilanuary Thawl' came an evening of one-act plays which included '6Strange Roadn,
Wine of Usw, and Wlllley Also Semen. The latter, a choral selection, was produced in
conjunction with the Art and Clee Cluhs and originally was given as a heneflt produc-
lion. The final niajor production of the year was HLittle lVlinister7' which was under
the direction of Fred Verrill. This production received many favorable connnents
and hrought to a close another happy and successful year.
POLITICAL DISCUSSION GROUP
The Political Discussion Group started again this year opening its membership to
dents with Miss Esther Wood as faculty advisor. Chairman was Lois Benner
Pauline Stewart. and Lincoln Anderson as directors who were
l also an elector fron
all stu , .
' Leupold. . .
-chool ant ' C n
' ded in Wa
responsible for the program
Mrs. Cora Roberts of Westbrook, a trustee of the s
Maine. spoke to the group about Inaugural festix ities which she atten
ton. D. C.
The group also held a debate in Chapel on Civil Liberties voicing opinions of both
the North and the South.
Among the timely topics discussed at the weekly meetings were the North Atlantic
Peace Pact, Crisis in China, Problems in France, the Supreme Court and the Public
Schools. and Measures and Issues before the Maine Legislature. We feel that these
meetings have done much to stimulate interest in current events among the students
who participated in these discussions.
MEN'S OLEE CLUB
The lVlen's Glee Club this year has worked in conjunction with the women7s in pro-
ducing several presentations at the college.
For the benefit of the W. S. S. F. it worked with them in presenting Wfhey Also
Servew. At Christmas it presented the annual Christmas Cantata.
In addition several groups from the club have put on special numbers in chapel
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
During the winter months a small group of young men met at Dr. Bailey's home to
form a Young Menls Christian Association. This new organization chose for its
VICTOR LANDBERG, President
RAYMOND FLACG, JR., Vice-president
DAVID JOHNSON, Secretary-Treasurer
ALBERT LACHANCE, Representative to the Civic Council
At our weekly meetings we have discussed topics of interest to Christian young men.
We give our thanks to Dr. Bailey for his pleasant hours of Christian fellowship and
wisdom, and look forward to next year with anticipation of an active club.
WOME ' GLEE CL B
JEAN Gooowm, President
ATARY KIMBALL Bucxizu, Vit-e-president
CARoLLA HAGLVNI1, Secretary
KATIIEHINIL lNTITCHl'lLL, Treasurer
HELEN STEVENS, Stzulent Government
VENITA CONANT, Aceumpmzists
Miss MIRIAM E. Awlmaws, Faeulty Advisor
The Women's Glee ClIIb opened a most successful year early in the fall by accepting the project
of replacing the school songs as printed in the back of the auditorium hymnals.
The first appearance of the group was in conjunction with the men's. group when we presented
un evening of song at the First Baptist Church in Saco on Sunday, October 24th.
On November 18th the Womens Glee Club was again joined by the men and a program pre-
sented at the Portland Gorham Normal School and State Teachers' College Alumni Association.
On November 23rd the Women's Glee Club presented a chapel program.
The annual Christmas program was presented on December 19th. A cantata 6'The Manger
Throne" by Charles Nlanney and groIIps of carols from various national groups were sung by indi-
viduals Zillil sections from both glee clubs.
An April 6, 1949, the united Glee Clubs joined with the Art Club and Dramatic Club to present
the choral reading pageant, "They Also Serve" for the benefit of the W. S. F. Fund Drive.
Previous to this presentation, the separate and combined glee clubs presented a short musical
program. The finale of the evening was our rendition of "Battle Hymn of the Republicv as ar-
ranged by Roy Ringwald.
We again united with the men's group to broadcast over a local Portland station.
During the Winter Carnival Snow Sculpturing Contest the Womens Clee Club's model of the
RCA Victor dog won first prize, and the engraved cup was presented to the Club on March 16th.
This year there were 55 members in the club, including girls from each of the four classes.
AMICIT IA CLUB
CIRARDINA PAYNE, President
PATRICIA STEVENS, Vice-presirlent
GENEVIEVE HoUsToN, Secretary
NELLIE PAGE, Treasurer
Miss CENEVIEVE CLARK, Facully Aflvism'
The Amicitia Club joins together girls on the Campus who have a common interest.
Miss Genevieve Clark was our faculty advisor.
This year the initiation was held early in January at which time nine girls were
taken in, raising our membership to the maximum of forty.
During the Christmas season we collected toys and articles of clothing to make the
holiday a little merrier for some families. Three dances were sponsored by the
Amicitia Club during the year.
In February the theme HWhat to Wear the Year Houndli' was well illustrated when
a style show was held in Center. Faculty, women students, and many friends of the
For the first time in many years we held a banquet at Dot's Restaurant. Here we
had speeches given by the officers and several of the members provided entertainment
which made it an evening not soon to be forgotton by the club members.
In A ril the annual Facult ' Tea was held in Robie Rece tion with the club officers
I p y a . P 1
pouring, The room was very attractively decorated with spring flowers and Easter
HERMAN Fosrm, Presrklenl
RICHARD BEARD, Vice-president
JANICE COPELAND, Secretary
HoRToN Bmocs, Treasurer
The Commuters Club is very proud of its large membership. lts members have
worked earnestly and conscientiously for its success and popularity. The results may
be seen in our very full activities calendar.
Social activities of the club have included several outstanding dances, cspecially the
novelty Hsockli dance. and banquets which were cooked and served by the club mem-
The Recreation Room in Corthell Hall through the efforts of the Commuters Club
and under leadership of Mitchell Salim has been kept open and has been newly
The Tuesday morning apple and ice-cream sales were profitable and very much
appreciated by faculty and students alike.
ALPHA LAMBDA BETA
CURTIS ToLMAN, President
HAROLD lNlAILMAN, Vice-president
ROBERT BOLDUC, Treasurer
FRED VERRILL, Secretary
BARKSDALE MACBETH, Chaplain
CHARLES MARTIN, Faculty Advisor
Alpha Lambda Beta has increased greatly in size this year with the addition of ten
new pledgees. Through them it has hecome actively engaged in sponsoring social af-
fairs on the campus.
Among Alpha's activities on campus this year was the introduction of the l'Casha77,
a night club affair with music furnished by records combined with movie-dances,
which was held in the gym. An added attraction was the presentation of the mysterious
'll7atima'l. The frat hopes that it has started a precedent with the Casba and that it
will hccome an annual event.
As Alpha Lambda Beta enters into its third decade of activity on the hill it is be-
coming increasingly active in the social life of the college.
KAPPA DELTA PHI
RUSSELL BECKER, President
HAROLD HOUSTON, Vice-president
PERRY THOMPSON, Treasurer
GERALD HOAR, Secretary
G. FLINT TAYLOR,
RALPH DU50, Faculty Advisors
lota Chapter of Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity has had the honor and distinction of
holding the Kappa Presidentls Cup, which is annually awarded to the chapter which
has shown the most improvement and had the largest group of delegates in attendance
at the National Convention held each year in Boston.
Some of the activities which the frat has held this year are the caharets in East Hall
dining room, the tea dances in Center, and the monthly smokers held in Sawyer's Hall.
At these smokers educational speakers or movies, and refreshments are provided.
This year for the first time a scholarship has been the project of the chapter and
is to be presented to an underclass member who has shown potential characteristics
of a leader in the educational field.
MEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
XVILLIAM JoRnAN, l'1-esidenz
CLARENCE Comms. Vice-president
NORMAN HAP. TI't'f1Slll'6I'
KEITH GRANT. Secrerary
The M. A. A. is a leading association in the athletic program on the hill. Through
its leadership many necessary improvements have been made in the program.
The I1ew electriv sm-oreboard which everyone enjoyed at the basketball games this
past winter was a project eondurted by t'Hill" Jordan. With the support of the entire
WI. A. A. the project was varried through and paid off to the satisfaction of all con-
This past season we hate been fortunate in inrreasing our enrollment of many
young athletes from the various high srhools in the state. Through them we hope to
expand our athletic- program thus attracting many more into our organization.
At present varsity basketball and baseball are the major sports. Also a well-
balanced intermural program of volleyball. tennis, softball. and winter sports has
Social events also are held by the M. A. A. and the after-game danres always proved
W. A. A. BOARD
ELEANOR CARVILLIQ, President
JEAIN ELLEN SMITH, Vice-presidenl
HELEN KNIGHT, Secretary'-Treasurer
MISS DORIS FITZ, Faculty Advisor
The purpose of the Womenis Athletic Association is to encourage girls to participate
in the various sports and activities which it offers. The association is headed by a
board whose ollicers are elected by the student body. The other members of the board
are the counsellors for the various womenis sports on campus. The board plans the
schedule of the sports and determines the point system of awards.
One of the hrst activities of the board was to choose the cheerleaders for the basket-
ball season and at the end of the year the board awarded them letters.
During the year the W. A. A. has sold sweatshirts, T-shirts, decals, stickers, em-
blems, and jackets to give the students aII opportunity to purchase these things.
One of our most pleasant trips was to Nasson College for a game of basketball.
Later the W. A. A. invited them to our campus for a game of softball. Another enj oy-
able activity of theyear was the Play Day with Farmington held here on our campus.
Teams were chosen for the various sports, points were scored and prizes were given to
the winning team at the end of the day. This is an annual affair and it is hoped that it
will be continued to create a cooperative spirit among the neighboring colleges.
f arg M gi
After Supper Session in Robie Smoker
Those Who Serve Must lint
Always Smiling Nothing Wrong With the Top Hunk'
i i in
Nothing Like a Clean Shave
Studying Hard. Boys?
Which 0ne's the Cook?
What Are We Waiting for?
SCENES FROM OUR CAMPUS SCHOOL
Busy hands make busy minds
Paints 4' Imaginations 1 Pictures
What's New ?
Boy, YVas That a Good One!
Watch That Serve!
"' ' " "" "AS 1 Told Him
Time Out Between Classes
This is Tricky
Coming Events Cast a Shadow?
Cooper and her Capers
Ahlquist, Leroy A., West Scarboro
Bartlett, Donald K., South Portland
Beckwith, Pearl E., Sabbathday Lake
Belisle, Jeannine, Saco
Blethen, Joan L., Portland
Brannen, Alice S., Kennebunkport
Briggs, Virginia A., Auburn
Brom n, Moses S., Jr., South Windham
Bruns, Evelyn M., Portland
Carlson, Joyce C., Monson
Casale, Carmela, Portland
Cates, June E., East Vassalboro
Chase, Jo-Ann, Milo
Chittick, Nancy, South Hamilton, Mass.
Clark, Joyce L., Brewer
Coombs, Ruth H., Bath
Corrigan, Marjorie, Portland
Crediford, Lista E., Shapleigh
Cronin, Patricia, Skowhegan
Davis, Eleanore, South Windham
Decker, Theodore, North Baldwin
Duffy, Grace H., Portland
Dunn, Melissa H., Olamon
Elder, Anne M., Portland
Eupea, Joan E., Camden
Flagg, Alice B., Harrison
Folsom, Raleigh L., Springvale
Foster, Wilfred, Gorham
Gardner, Marjorie, Needham, Mass.
Georges, Mary P., Biddeford
Gagne, Dominique, Lewiston
Gibbs, Nancy, East Auburn
Godfrey, Annette, Bath
Cordon, William, Gorham
Grant, Margaret, Portland
Grenier, Peter W., Biddeford
Greuling, Helen, Needham, Mass.
Groves, Ruth A., Yarmouth
Cuptill, Jacqueline, Gorham
Hall, Clifton E., Cray
Hall, Nancy, Hope
Hanscom, Marilyn, Casco
Hardy, Roberta, Lincolnville
Hartleb, Emma L., Bath
Hawkes, Frances, Gorham
Higgins, Janet, Mapleton
Hill, H. Joyce, Searsmont
Hodgdon, Janet E., South Windham
Howe, Charles, Sanford
James, Ellen, Topsham
Jepson, Evelyn T., Lewiston
Kenney, Donald, New Vineyard
Knapp, John J., Jr., South Portland
Lafontaine, Lillian, Lewiston
Leach, Anne, Portland
Leslie, Constance, Richardson, N. B.
Lilley, Edna M., West Scarboro
Linehan, James B., South Portland
Linnell, Geraldine, Peru
Littlefield, Marilyn, Scarboro
Lunt, William B., Freeport
MacDonald, Jean C., Bath
Mackay, Carolyn J., Auburn
Marlin, Joan B., Portland
Martin, Phillip, Sebago Lake
Brunelle, Robert, Sanford
Masterman, Robert, Lewiston
McKellar, David, Bath
McSweeney, Patricia, Old Orchard
Mitchell, Amelia-Anne, Bath
Mosher, Joan A., Hallowell
Mower, Ruth M., Auburn
Page, Burnall, Orland
Palmer, Beatrice, Belfast
Payne, Catherine M., Portland
Pennell, Arline C., Brunswick
Petrie, Gloria, South Portland
Phillips, Walter G., Cumberland Center
Quimby, Regina R., Rockport
Ranger, Mattie M., Portland
Reddy, Barbara, Portland
Ricker, Florence E., Berwick
Ricker, Wendell, Waterhoro
Robinson, David, Lincoln, Mass.
Roux, Fleurette T., Lewiston
Rowe, Marion, Gorham
Schumacher, Herbert, Portland
Scribner, Deborah, Topsham
Spear, Joy F., Bar Harbor
Springer, Keith, Bangor
Staples, Clythro, Kennebunk
Stearns, Marguerite, Lovell
Stokes, Donald A., Portland
Thompson, Franklin, Gorham
Towne, Frederick, Jr., Kennebunk
Vacca, Teresa, Portland
Wallace, Roger, Millinocket
Jordan, Richard M., Portland
Coyne, Thomas W., Portland
Moulton, Barbara, Harrison
Abbott, Melva, Lee
Bahbidge, Charlotte, Dark llarbor
Baker, Alice, Auburn
Barker, George, Jr., Portland
Barnes, Muriel, Bath
Bean, Shirley, Gorham
Cook, Ramona, Saco
Cooper, Betsey, Rockland
Cram, Ruby, Topsham
Cummings, ll. Elizabeth, Bath
Curtis, Grace, Etna
Davis, Robert, Wells
Day, Esther, Cornish
Day, Everett, Jr., West Baldwin
Descoteaux, Margaret, Biddeford
Eaton, David, Bar Mills
Wentworth, Clayton, East Baldwin
Dobrowxsky, Dorothy, Portland
Frisbie, Marguerite, Harrison
Gilson, Lorraine, Gardiner
Grant, Rita, Alfred
Gagnon, Thomas, Millinocket
Greaney, Robert, South Portland
Haglund, A. Carolla, Waterville
llall, Ada, Nobleboro
Heino, Anna, Rockland
Henderson, Frank, Saco
Howard, Carolyn, Rockland
Johnson, David, West Scarboro
Jones, Priscilla, Eliot
Keefe, Patricia, Portland
Lachance, Albert, Portland
Landberg, Victor, Portland
Laverty, Carleton, Gorham
LeSueur, C. Nancy, South Portland
Levine, Shirley, Portland
Lewis, Elvira, North Baldwin
Chase, Shirley, Winter Harbor
Knight, llelen, Brunswick
Lovely, Joanne, Presque Isle
Lynch, Helen, Thomaston
McComb, Cynthia, North Bervsiek
McLaughlin, Mabel, West Baldwin
Maxwell, Rose, Portland
Merchant, Beverly, Rockland
Noftall, M. Elizabeth, Bath
Ouellette, Joseph, E. Millinocket
Parsons, Glendora, Presque Isle
Robinson, Marion, York Beach
Sawyer, Mary, Rockland
Seidel, William, Portland
Smith, Richard, Gardiner
Snow, Louise, Douglas Hill
Verrill, Fred, Cumberland Mills
Lunt. Lam renee, Freeport
MacBeth, Barksdale, Brunswick
Merrill, Sidney, Freeport
Newman, William, North Whitefield
Stanley, Barbara, Bar Harbor
Stevens, Helen, Lee
Stockholm, Emilie, Portland
Sullivan, Lillias, Rockport
Taylor, Marilyn, Kennebunk
Upton, Janice, Millbridge
Walker, Norman, Liberty
Webb, Thelma, Gorham
Welton, Bernice, Brewer
YVentworth, Alice, Conway, N. H.
Wentworth, Clayton, East Baldwin
Wlentworth, Joyce, Milton Mills, N. H.
Vlleymouth, Marilyn, Morrill
Wright, lrene, Bethel
Vllood, Annabel, Portland
Wyman, Barbara, Small Point
Hanson, Everett J., Westbrook
Allan, Lois, South Portland
Anderson, Evelyn, Stockholm
Arey, Lewis L., South Portland
Athas, Rose, Westbrook
Barbour, Phyllis, Portland
Bartlett, Clyde, Portland
Beard, Richard, Eliot
Briggs, E. Horton, Portland
Brown, Mary, South Portland
Carville, Eleanor, York Village
Cates, Marian, East Vassalboro
Conant, Venita, Portland
Copeland, Janice, Portland
Cullinan, Joan, South Portland
Curry, Nina, Limerick
Davis, Lorraine, Gorham
DiNardo, Carmen, Millinocket
Dearnley, Glenys, Lisbon Falls
Doyle, Donald, Gorham
Dumas, Jeannette, Limerick
Edwards, Ellanore, Gardiner
Ford, Gertrude, Milo
Fuller, Noreen, Springvale
Goodwin, jean, Randolph
Hall, Rena A., Waldoboro
Hayford, Ella Laura, Kittery
Hoar, Gerald, Gorham
Houston, Genevieve, South Portland
Jones, Gwendolyn, Portland
Jordan, William R., Westbrook
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Jorgensen, Charles, South Windham
Lancaster, Ramona, Lincoln
Lush, Herbert, Newport
Blank, Esper, North Waldoboro
Nlicohen, Shirley, Portland
Mitchell, Katherine, Dark Harbor
Morrow, Maurice, Sanford
Hyatt, Barbara, Gorham
Page, Nellie, Bath
Payne, Barbara, White Plains, N. Y
Pesilli, M. Grace, Auburn
Peterson, Carmel, Portland
Poor, Leona, Medford, Mass.
Preble, Rosalie, Five lslands
Pulkkinen, Elsie, Harrison
Sampson, Clinton, Portland
Searle, janet, York Beach
Small, Barbara B., East Xlachias
Small, Ruth, Bath
Smith, ,lean Ellen, Cornish
Stevens, Agnes, South Portland
Stevens, Audrey, Portland
Tobey, Eleanor, Eliot
Tolman, Curtis Nl., Warren
Yerney, Evangeline, Slleepscot
Wallace, Marilyn, Sebago Lake
Welch, Anne, Portland
Whitney, Phyllis, Oxford
Dion, Rhoda, Brunswick
Ahlquist, Earle, West Scarboro
Ahlquist, Edward, West Scarboro
Ange, George Steve, Portland
Burns, Richard C., Mexico
Caron, Roland, Saco
Covert, Gerald P., Portland
Gagnon, James H., Millinocket
Gardner, Kenneth, Kittery Point
Gibson, Ralph E., Newport
Gile, William C., Farmington
Giles, Richard L., Franklin
Grovo, Richard E., Westbrook
Hale, Donald G., Portland
Humphrey, Ralph F., Gorham
Jackson, Frederick, Gorham
Johnson, Edward R., Gorham
Lemieux, Robert J., Westbrook
Libby, Lincoln L., Garland
Randall, R. Clifford, Sanford
Walker, Robert S., Gorham
Wallace, Linwood R., Portland
Andre, Charles, Bath
Bodwell, Vernor, Portland
Bolduc, Robert, Winslow
Chandler, Robert, Livermore Falls
Dumais, W. Kenneth, Livermore Falls
Hague, Albert, Gorham
Hunter, Donald, Damariscotta
Keniston, Floyd, Oakland
Lawrence, Roberts, Lisbon Falls
Pickett, Francis, Kennebunk
Richardson, Keith, Gorham
Roberts, Blynn, Sanford
Thompson, Perry, Bath
Tobin, James, Gorham
White, Linwood, Livermore Falls
Hesdorfer, Frank, Jr., Pittsfield
Anthony, Michael, Portland
Bailey, Robert, Augusta
Berry, Arthur, Bath
Coombs, Clarence, Fryeburg
Emerson, Joseph, South Warren
Flagg, Raymond, Gardiner
Foster, Herman, Gorham
Grant, Keith, Gorham
Greer, Arthur, Sanford
Huston, Harold, Seal Harbor
Lucas, Vernon, Kennebunk
Mailman, Harold, Saco
Rau, Norman, Boothbay
Salim, Mitchell, Portland
Silver, Roy, Gorham
Sprague, Fred, Masardis
Stewart, Charles, Bar Harbor
Tufts, Stanley, North Berwick
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The making of a yearbook is a cooperative endeavor requiring the active help of
the people Whose college life is chronicled as well as the technical skill of commercial
craftsmen. The Hillcrest editors wish to express their appreciation to the following
persons and groups who helped in publishing this yearbook.
To Mr. Benrimo and associates of Purdy's Photographic Studio for their good
natured patience, speed, and skill.
To Mr. Brocato for emergency services without which we would have been sunk.
To Mr. Corey and associates of the Portland Engraving Company for kind advice
beyond the line of duty.
To the Kennebec Journal Print Shop and Phototone Cover Company.
To staff members and students of the college for cheerfully meeting appointments.
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The Barden Drug Company
Nelson G. Barclen, Registered Pharmacist
Parker Pens and Pencils School Supplies Greeting Cards Stationery
Luncheonette and Soda Fountain
Gifts Games Novelties Cameras Films Camera Supplies
THE REXALL STORE
A. B. C. Cleaners, Inc.
"As good as any - better than many"
IOIQ Off to All Students
5 SCHOOL STREET GORHAM, MAINE
Clarence E. Carll COmP'im'mfS of
"Insurance of Every Kindi' Rainbow Cleaners
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Gorham Maine 28 Main St. Gorham, Me.
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Full Line of Stationery
Magazines Papers Daily News School Supplies
28 MAIN STREET Tel. 2921 GORHAM, MAINE
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Complete Line Distinctive
Columbia Decca Victor
Western Popular Classical
For All Occasions
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FORMER BURNELL LOCATION GORHAM, MAINE
Headquarters for Students' Supplies
Turneiis 5c-S 1.00 Store
Complete Assortment of School Supplies
Nationally Known Brands of
Toilet Goods and Cosmetics
Wide Choice of Quality Hosiery
Anklets, Nylons, Sport Sox
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King Cole Foods, Inc.
174 CASH STREET SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE
2-2040 - Telephone - 2-6417
Mabelle - Jack - Eciclie
Italian Sandwiches Greeting Cards - Noon Lunches
50 MAIN STREET GCRI-IAM, MAINE
The Playhouse Theatre
"Where Fine Entertainment is at Its Maximum"
"A goocl place to meet, a fine place to eat."
Known for excellent New England home cooking!
Boothby's Socony Station
Clyde V. Boothby, Prop.
Dixon's Barber Shop
176 Main St. Gorham, Me.
Carswe11's Drug Store
Gorham Savings Bank
Evans' Service Station
Clyde W. Evans, Prop.
Gas, Oil, Grease and Accessories
61 Main Street Gorham, Maine
Trafton's Shoe Store
Dr. C. Bouifard
Florists of Distinction
324 MAIN sTREET Dial 2751 ooRHAM, MAINE
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Steaks - Dinners -- Entrees - a-la-Carte Menus
Novelties - Fountain Service
MAIN STREET GORHAM, MAINE
Loring, Short 86 Harmon
Booksellers and Stationers
Gifts and Art Supplies
MONUMENT SQUARE PORTLAND, MAINE
Milliken Tomlinson Co.
Fruit and Produce
Porteous, Mitchell and Braun Co.
A store is more than just a store-it is part of the hopes and lives of people.
Apparel and Accessories for Women and Children
Quality Since 1874
505-507 CONGRESS STREET PORTLAND, MAINE
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The New England Teachers Agency, Inc.
of Portland, Maine
407 LIBBY BLDG. 10 CONGRESS SQUARE
Doris A. Lewin, Manager
A personalized service to teachers throughout New England
Not connected with any other agency
The Goodall Tree Expert Company
Junior Misses' and Women,s
Hannaford Bros. Co.
Fruit Produce Groceries Meat
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PHILIP W. HAWKES
GORHAM H MAINE
"TI-IE SERVICE STORE"
Fresh Fish Meats
Fancy Groceries and Fruits and Vegetables
3 STATE STREET GORI-IAIVI, MAINE
The Portland Branch of the
State Teachers College Alumni Association
The Gorham-South Windhaxn Bus Lines operated by
The Falmouth Transportation Company
FALMOUTH FORESIDE MAINE
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Commercial Typing Fred McCready, Prop.
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Room 511, Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Dial Office 2-0359 Home 3-4122 Tel' 4-8881
465 Congress St. Portland 3, Me. 498A Woodford St. Portland, Me
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Portland Glass Co.
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496 Woodford St. Portland, Me.
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