Mount Desert High School - Skipper Yearbook (Northeast Harbor, ME)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1958 volume:
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MT DESERT HIGH SCHOOL
Northeast Harbor, Maine
page ln loving memory of Sydney Robblns
who was the falthful custodlan of Mount
Desert High School for many years
The Class of 1958 wishes to dedicate this
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We the Class of 1958 take great pleas
ure ln dedlcatmg thls yearbook to you, Mr
Marsden, ln smcerest 3pPlCCl3Il0l'l for the
fnendshlp and guxdance you gave to us dur
mg our flrst two years of hxgh school
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Seated left to nght G Butler Dr E Coffm Standmg Super1ntendentC Harmon
Pr1nc1palDonE Coates Off1ceG1rls standing left to ught A Gxbbs, M Lilly B
McFarland Seated L Dtllon
Standing left to right Mr Wtlkrns
Mr Salisbury Seated Mrss Wood
and Mrs Black
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Graduate Work Mass
State College M S
M Ed U of M
MR CO AT ES
I11. College, A. B.
Englrsh and Brology
UofCal., M A , B
MRS. T RASK
U of M, A. B.
Mr Heel Mr Parady Mr Coates Mr Noe and
Mlss Brown, Mrs Herrlck Mrs Trask Mrs Wallace
U of M, B S
French Readrng and
W. Chester, Ariz.,
B.D., B.S., M.Ed , Ph.D
Nazareth C , B.S.
Rochester, N. Y.
U of M B S
MRS . HERRICK
Englrsh and Latxn
Hlstory and Geo.
Gorham T. C.
N. Y. University
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Seated left to right S Scott M Cyr, P Haskell L D11lon,J Ellis P Richardson,
M Lilly D Wood Standing B McFar1and,J McFarland I Smith, D DeRevere, A
Tracy H Grrndle B Butler H Cameron H Peckham, S Coffin D K1mba1l,I
I Coffin Mrs Trask D Peckham
Bucklin L Hooper A Gibbs,
Editor in Ch1ef
Alumni Editor ------------ -----
Sports Editors ----
JEAN BUC IG..IN
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- STEPHEN COI-'FIN
Assistant Advertising Manager ------ - - -
Photography Editor -
Assistant Photography Editor --------
BAR HARBOR TIMES
Bar Harbor, Maine
MARGUERITE ESTELLE CYR M ggie
Band 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Senior Play 4 Senior Girls
Chorus 4 Girls State 3 Dramatlcs Club 1 2 3 Musrc
Festival 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 2 3 4 Business
Manager 4 Junior Speaking 3 Driver Training 2 FHA
1 Girls Intramurals4
Commerc ral Art School
LUCILLE MARIE DILLON Lucy
For every friend a smile and for every smile a
Pemetic High School 1 2 Girls Basketball 3 IV
Cheerleader 3 Varsity Cheerleader 4 Softball 3 Girls
Intramurals 4 News Club 3 4 Class Secretary 4 Sen
lor Play Manager 4 Magazrne Drive Captarn 4 Girls
Chorus 4 Offrce Girl 4 Yearbook Staff 4
Commerc ral Business College
MICHAEL PIERCE CLARK "Mike"
Man was born for two things- thinking and acting. "
Arizona 1 2 Track 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3
4 Boys Chorus 4 Senior Play 4 Student Council 3
STEPHEN ERNEST COFFIN Doc
Speak softly carry a brg stick and you will go far
Band 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 4 Senior
Play 3 4 JV Basketball 4 Manager 3 Chorus 2 3
Dramatrcs Club 1 2 3 Productton 1 3 Junior Speak
ing 3 Student Council 1 2 3 4 Prestdent 4 Year
book Staff 1 2 3 4 Boys State 3 United Nations P11
grtmage 2 All State Band 1 2 3 4 Community Con
cert Club 1 2 3 Class Marshal 3 Class President 2
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Those eyes could tell the secrets of the world
Glee Club 1 2 3 Grrls Chorus3 Basketball 1 Student Lrbrary
Auxrlrary 2 3 4 All State Chorus 2 3 Communlty Concert
Club 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 4 Edrtor rn Ch1ef4 Semor Grrls
Chorus 4 Dramatrcs Club 1 2 3 Senror Play 4 Musrc Festrval
1 2 3 Drrver Trarnrng 2 Grrls Intramurals 4 Student Councrl
4 Vrce Presrdent 4
NANCY EDITH FREEMAN Nanc
My honor rs dearer to me than my lrfe
Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 P1an1st2 3 4 All State
Chorus 2 3 4 Eastern Marne Chorus 2 Community Concert
Club 2 3 Juruor Speakrng W1nner3 Yearbook staff 1 2 3
Grrls Basketball 1 2 Dramaucs Club 1 2 3 Varstty Cheer
leader 1 2 3 4 Head Cheerleader4 Senror Play4 Class
Secretary 1 2 Class Treasurer 3 4 Grrls Intramurals 4
ANITA JOANN GIBBS Nlla
Lrfe IS lrke a fast flowmg stream so make the best of rt
Grrls Chorus 3 Basketball 1 2 Chorus 1 2 3 Student Lrbrary
Auxrlrary 2 3 4 Commumty Concert Club 1 2 3 Yearbook
Staff3 4 Semor Grrls Chorus4 Dramaucs Club 1 2 3 Drum
Majorette 3 All State Muslc Fesuval 2 3 Seruor Play 4
Musrc F6SI1V8l 1 2 3 Drrver Tramlng 2 Gxrls .Intramurals 4
College Secretartal School
PRUDENCE E HASKELL Pflldy
Where there s lrfe there s hope
JV Cheerlng 1 2 Varsrty Cheermg 3 4 Jumor Speakmg 3
Basketball 2 Senror Play 4 All State Chorus 2 3 Intramurals
4 Eastem Marne Musrc Festlval 1 2 3 Chorus 1 2 3 Grrls
Chorus 3 4 Dramatrcs Club 1 2 3 Concert Club 1 2 3 Year
book Staff 2 3 4 Drrver 'Framing 2 Student Councrl 4 FHA 1 2
Commerclal Busrness College
RALPH TREVETT HOOPER Trev
I am always ready to learn although I do not always
l1ke berng taught
Class Presrdent 1 Vrce President 2 3 Student Conn
c1l1 2 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Sports Editor 3 Uruted
Natrons Prlgrxmage 2 Varsrty Basketball 1 2 3 4
Co Captam 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 4
Girls Intramural Coach4 Dramatrcs Club 2 3 Presr
dent 2 3 Productton 2 3 Cross Country Manager 2
Senior Play 4 Grades Intramural Coach 2
College U of M
DANIEL MARTIN KIMBALL Dan
Girls are l1ke socks you have to change them regu
Dramatlcs Club 1 2 3 Productron 3 Sentor Play 4
Boys' Chorus 4 JV Manager 4 Cross Country 1 2 3
Yearbook Staff 4 Sctence Club 2 Camera Club 1
Whatever you do do II rrght or don't do lt at all
J V Cheerrng 3 Varstty Cheerlng 4 Softball 3 Major
ettes 2 IllIl10I Speaking 3 Girls Intramurals 4 Class
Secretary 3 Yearbook staff 4 Glee Club 1 2 FHA 1
Driving T rarning 2 Off1CC Gul 4
Commercial Physical Therapy
RICHARD LUNT Dick
An expert who knows more and more about less and
Dramatrcs Club 1 2 Production 1 3 Play Contest 2
Senior Play 4 Band 1 2,3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4
Eastern Chorus 1 Eastern Marne Band 2 All State
Band 2 3 4 Community Concert 2 3 4 Cross Country
2 3 4 Student Counc1l1 Scrence Club 1 2 Driver
Trarnlng 2 Student Library Auxrllary 2 3 4 Natronal
Honor Socrety 3 4 Boys State Delegate 3
MADELYN ANN LILLY 'Maddie "
ALBERT NELSON MANTER
You can t be a howlxng success by just howlrng
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 3 4 Track 4 Band 2
Senior Play 4 Boys Chorus 4
BETTY ANNE McFARLAND
Llve today for tomorrow may never come
Yearbook Staff 2 4 Student Council 2 Class Treas
urer 1 2 Majorettes 1 2 4 Head 2 Driver T raining
2 Glee Club 1 2 News Club 4 Senlor Girls Chorus
4 Sen1orP1ay4 Muslc Festxval 1 2 Gtrls Intra
murals 4 Offrce Gul 4 FHA 1 Dramatxcs Club 1 2
Bar Harbor 3
Commerclal Business College
LESLIE VERNER SPURLING es
I take l1fe Just as I flnd xt
J V Basketball 1 Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Cross Coun
try 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l2
Driver Tralmng 2 Senlor Class Play 4 Grrls' Intra
mural Basketball Coach 4
Industr1al Law Enforcement
U S Au' Force
HELEN HART WOOD Woodre
No one knows what she can do t1.l1 she tues
Alabama 1 Basketball 2 3 JV Cheerleader 3 Ma1or
ettes 2 Dramaucs Club 2 3 Senior Play 4 Softball
2 3 Iunror Speakmg 3 Student Councll Secretary 2
Seated left to rrght B McFarland M Cyr J E111s L Drllon A G1bbs N Free
man P Haskell M L1lly Standrng Mrs Hernck D Lunt M Clark D Krmball
T Hooper L Spurlmg A Manter Absent S Coffln
CLASS SONG QTUNE FROM BON VOYAGE Q
Bon Voyage Mount Desert
Bon Voyage dear frrends
The years may come ,
The years may go
But st11l we ll always be xx X
True to you Mount Desert
True to classmates too f
Though we may go our separate ways
May God take care of you
Bon Voyage dear teachers
We grve our thanks to you
For helpmg us through all four years X
Of hrgh school days so few
True to you Mount Desert
True to classmates too
Though we may go our separate ways
May God take care of you
CLASS COLORS: Red and White CLASS MOTTO: Excelsior
CLASS MARSHAL- Richard Smith CLASS FLOWER: Red Rose
LAWRENCE 5. ROBINSON RICHARDSON LUMBER CO.
Southwest Harbor, Maine Ellsworth, Maine
Seated left to rrght N Freeman M Cyr I Ellrs P Haskell M Lilly A Gibbs
B McFarland Standmg Drrector Mrs Herrick L Hooper M Clark S Coffin, R
Smrth, T Hooper D Krmball L Spurlrng R Lunt A Manter and! Coffm
Present by SENIOR CLASS on Friday November 8 1957
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Jake a caretaker
Danny Churchrll a playboy
Louie a taxr driver
Lucky two cowboys
Pete a Mextcan Bandit
Lank a krller
Molly the postmrstres
Janet grrls from Chrcago
Laura and pomts east
Sam Mason, another playboy
Eaglerock a real Indran
Lreutenant Caddrgan State Poltce
Southwest Harbor Marne
Otter Creek Marne
T revett Hooper
Bar Harbor Maine
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KNOWLES COMPANY Most Efflclem
Most Llkely Muslcal Talent
TREAT ME NICE
WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE
ALWAYS ON MY MIND
IUST A LITTLE LOVING
WHOLE LOT OF LOVING
I M ALL GROWN UP
JUST A VAGABOND LOVER
I ALWAYS HAD A WAY WITH WOMEN
I GET IDEAS
YOU SENT ME
THE 12TH OF NEVER
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CLAYTON I WALLACE
Bar Harbor, Marne Northeast Harbor Mame
MURPHY'5 FILLING STATION CENTRAL FILLING STATION
Southwest Harbor, Marne Southwest Harbor. Maine
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Seated left to rtght Janet McFarland Hortense Grmdle Dranne Grtndle Frank Walls
James Coffin Drck Smtth, Pat Rlchardson Carol Merchant Pearl Gott Standrng Mr
Heel Mickey Scott Alan Crocker Stewart Burr Ernest Gtlley Peter Bucklrn Larry
Wescott Larry Hooper Sydney Emerson
At the begrnmng of the 1957 58 school year our class had an enrollment of 18 stu
dents 7 girls and 11 boys Evelyn Merchant left us durlng the first term Our class
advisor was Mr Heel
Class offrcers elected were Presrdent James Cofftn Vice Prestdent Dtck Smith
Secretary Pat Rrchardson and Treasurer Frank Walls
and Larry Hooper Basketball Dtck Smith Larry Hooper James Coffin Peter Buckltn
Sydney Emerson and Manager Stuart Burr Intramurals Hortense Grrndle Dianne Wood
and Pat Rtchardson Baseball Dick Smith Sydney Emerson James Coffin Larry Hooper
Mrckey Scott and Manager Stuart Burr Boys Chorus James Coffrn Dtck Smith, Larry
Hooper and Larry Wescott Mtxed Chorus Pearl Gott and Janet McFarland Track
Sydney Emerson, James Coffrn, Manager, Stuart Burr Storytellmg Drck Smrth Cheer
leaders Varsity Delores St nley, Hortense Grrndle Jayvees Pat Richardson and
Httts JEWELRY co CROBB BOX CO
Northeast Harbor Marne Ellsworth Malfle
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Seated left to nght C Gaudett, D DeRevere A Tracy S Scott T Holmes E
Blanchard G Nlcholson K Burr Standtng R H111 J Carter, R Gonzales, R De
Revere, J Burr, and A Walls
There were srxteen puprls rn our class when school started We lost Davrd Bracy rn
At the frrst class meetrng we elected the followrng class offrcers Presrdent, Susan
Scott Vrce Presrdent Terry Holmes Secretary, Everett Blanchard, Treasurer Alrce
Tracy John Carter was our Student Councll representatrve Our homeroom advlsor was
Most of the Freshman partrcrpated rn acttvrtles Band Terry Holmes, Ralph Gon
zales John Burr Jayvee Basketball Terry Holmes Varsrty Basketball John Carter,
Rrchard H111 John Burr Jayvee Cheermg D DeRevere Substrtute, Gall Nrcholson
Varstty Cheerrng Altce Tracy Yearbook staff Allce Tracy, Delrlah DeRevere Susan
Scott Glee Club Ga1lN1cho1son, Alrce Tracy Delrlah DeRevere Claudette Gaudetre
Dorothy Kelley Boys Chorus John Burr
MACLEOD'S A L MAC QUINN JR
Bal. Harbor Mama Bar Harbor Marne
BANGOR HYDRO co A G JEWETT
Bar Harbor Marne Bar Hafbm' Maine
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Seated left to rxght S Grbbs S Atwood H Peckham J Bucklrn S Burr J Musettr
M Gray H Cameron A Tracy C Jeffers N Damon N Hrbbard M1ss Wood S
McPheters S Sullrvan J McFarland K Bracy J Adams W Nrcholson M Ellxs
A Stanley H Beyeler R Gonzales P Salrsbury G Leland J Thomas J Somes
D Grant L Emerson and M Knox
At the beglnntng of the school year the Freshman class had an enrollment of thrrty
puptls We were sorry to lose Av1s Lrlly and Ronme Bracy but we were very happy to
welcome Joe Thomas to our class
Presldent Mary Gray Vrce Presrdent Heather Cameron Secretary and Steve Burr
Treasurer John Adams Mary Gray and Joey Musettr represented us 1n Student Councrl
Our class adv1sor was M1ss Wood
The followrng boys were on the Jayvee Basketball Squad thls year J Musettr J
Adams W Nlcholson A Stanley H Beyeler and R Gonzales
All the grrls wtth the exceptton of M Knox and S McPheters took part rn Intra
Our two band members were J Somes and M Knox The followmg gxrls were rn
the Glee Club N Hrbbard H Peckham H Cameron J Bucklm M Gray S Atwood
S Grbbs A Tracy M Knox S McPheters and Lourse Emerson
The ma1orettes were not chosen when edtted
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Northeast Harbor NOFIUCHSY Harbor
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Seated left to right C Murphy I Walls M Gray, C Carter B Butler R Blan
chard S Renault S Burr P DeRevere E Gonzales L Coston Standing Mr Noe
N Rlchardson S Thomas, W Walls D Smith R Merchant T McKay, R Salts
bury R David, T Henckler E Gnndle D Lucas
The opening of the 1957 58 year found the Erghth Grade wtth twenty three students
Blanchard Vice President Betsy Butler Treasurer Charlotte Carter Secretary Sandra
Our class was represented in the following events Student Councxl ROSerHa1'y Blau
chard Betsy Butler and Tom McKay Band Roy Salisbury Sara Burr Pat DeRevere
David Lucas Rosemary Blanchard and Betsy Butler Basketball Tom McKay Roy
Salisbury, Dennis Smith Norman Richardson Tom Henckler David Lucas and Bob
Merchant Glee Club Pat DeRevere Sara Burr Lynn Coston Charlotte Murphy
Marlon Gray Elizabeth Gonzales, Tom McKay, Sandra Renault Rosemary Blanchard
and Betsy Butler
WHITNEY S ELECTRIC SERVICE THOMAS SEARLES IR
Southwest Harbor Marne Southwest Harbor Marne
JORDAN 8a WHITE GARAGE RALPH'S STORE
Southwest Harbor Marne Southwest Harbor Maine
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Seated left to right E Cunningham L DeRevere S Grmdle K Tracy D Peck
ham D Holmes D Carr L Flye I Smith P Gonzales, andC Brown Standing
T Thomas E Lanpher W Stanley W Bucklm, E Reed R Foster C Beyeler
Lurvey C Richardson E McFarland M Gatchell D Blanchard R Savage R Jones
and Advisor, Mrs Black
The opening of the 1957 58 school year found the Seventn Grade with twenty five
members Since then two members have left us They are Shelley Bos and Tamsrn
Holmes Vice President David Peckham Secretary Kay Tracy Treasurer Dennis Carr
Our class was reoresented in the followmg actrvrties Student Council Richard
Savage Douglas Holmes and David Peckham Band Eric Lanpher and Earl Reed
Basketball all the boys except Charles Rtchardson Billy Lurvey and Earl Reed
Our class did very well on the Magazine Drive Many won prizes and a trip to the
We are lookmg forward to a very successful year as our beginning at Mount Desert
OBER S Compliments of HARBORSIDE
N E H Maine N E H Marne
RONNIE S LUNCH PINE TREE MARKET
N E H Maine N E H Maine
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The following officers were elected at the first class meeting: President, Douglas
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Most Lrkely to Succeed
MRS TRACY S SHOP
Northeast Harbor Marne
MT DESERT CLEANERS
Northeast Harbor Maxne
JOHN ADAMS BARBER SHOP
Northeast Harbor Marne
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Standrng left to rrght I E111s R Lunt S Coffrn
The Natronal Honor Socrety arms to estabhsh for hrgh schools lugh professronal arms
and goals for secondary educatron
An enthusrasm for good scholarshrp
An encouragement to students to render servrce to school and communlty
A plan for self evaluatron of the student s potentral elements of qua11t1es of
A stxmulus to students to practrce those acts whrch develop strength of character
5 An encouragement to the student to contrnue hrs educatron
To be chosen for the Nat1ona1 Honor Socrety rs consrdered by hrgh school boys and
gtrls all over our land one of the hrghest honors pard them durrng therr school days
The Mount Desert Chapter tlus year IS happy to pay trrbute to Judrth E111s Nancy Free
men Steve Coffrn and Rrchard Lunt Iudrth Ellrs and Nancy Freemen are the senror
members to be honored thrs year
FRANKLIN S SHOE STORE HUSSON COLLEGE
Bar Harbor Marne B3Hg01' Maine
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Seated left to right S Scott J Ellis P Haskell S Coffln D Smith L Hooper
J Coffrn Mr Heel
Standrng M Gray B Butler R Blanchard T McKay J Carter J Musetti T
Holmes J Adams D Peckham R Savage D Holmes
Our counc11's main function is to provrde a means for the expresslon of the desires
the faculty and to make recommendations subject to the pr1nc1pal s veto
Some of the alms and ob1ectives thls year are to revise the letter and reward system
and to have a handbook contammg all the events that have happened during the year
The offrcers are as follows
President STEVE COFFIN
Vlce Presldent DICK SMITH
Secretary Treasurer PRUDENCE HASKELL
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Seated left to nght Mrs Black Advlsor K Tracy L D111on P Rlchardson B
McFarland Standmg H Beyeler
Front row left to nght D Wood P Rlchardson P Gott C Merchant J McFarland
Back row L Wescott Adv1sor Mr Noe F Walls Absent D Sm1th I Coffm
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Coffrn N Freeman
VALEDICTORIAN Stephen Coffm
SALUTATORIAN Nancy Freeman
FIRST HONOR ESSAY Rrchard Lunt
SECOND HONOR ESSAY Iudtth Ellrs
McFarland T Hooper M Clark P Has
Standing, left to right: D. Kimball, B.
The Northeast Harbor Lrbrary rn cooperauon wrth the Mt Desert Htgh School has
sponsored for the past seven years a storytellmg program for the grade chrldren of Mt
The program 1S conducted ent1re1y by the students at the hrgh school and serves ap
proxrmately one hundred and twenty grammar school chrldren The student storytellers
perform an educatronal servrce whrch rs recognrzed and apprecrated by the hrgh school
and hbrary authorrues as well as by the commumty In seven years these hrgh school
students have created rn the youngsters much rnterest rn good storres good lrterature
and the enjoyment of readmg good books
We want to pay specral tnbute to Mrss Suzanne Wood who has been d1rector of thrs
program durrng these seven years Her devotron and rnsprratron has made II a success
BROWN S SHOE SERVICE DICK S RESTAURANT
Bar Harbor Marne Bar Harbor Marne
Bar Harbor Marne Bar Harbor Marne
ADLERS GONYA St SON
Bar Harbor Marne Bar Harbor Mame
Seated T Thomas L Coston K Tracy C Caudet E Gonzales P Gonzales E
Cunnrngham L DeRevere C Murphy J Smrth C Brown S Grbbs R Jones First
row standrng R Savage C Rrchardson D DeRevere M Knox K Burr M Gray
A Tracy I Bucklln G Nrcholson S Burr H Peckham S McPheters S Atwood
B Butler E Reed R Lanpher Second row M Ellls T McKay R Blanchard S
Renault M Gray H Cameron P Gott N Freeman A Tracy L Flye L Emerson
N Hlbbard P DeRevere P Salrsbury K Bracy
Seated K Bracy, Pramst, N Freeman Frrst row, standrng J Burr, S Cofftn, D.
Krmball, T Hooper, M Clark, M Ellrs Second row A, Manter, R Lunt, P Salls
bury, D. Smrth, L, Hooper, J Coffrn, L Wescott,
C. E, WALLACE
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Gonzales B Butler S Coffrn T McKay J Somes T Holmes R Salrsbury M
Cyr J Burr R Lanpher
DIRECTOR ALTON ROBINSON
FLUTE Betsy Butler
CLARINETS Pat DeRevere
Absent Nancy Freeman
TRUMPETS Rusty Salrsbury
Absent Teddy Stanley
NEW and for YOU at
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HORNS Tommy McKay
Absent James Coffrn
Absent Kay Tracy
Everyone who has brlls to pay should see thrs
It s our new streamlmed CHECKMASTER
plan the low cost way to enjoy the con
vemence of payrng brlls by mall safely and
qurckly wrth checks that are drstrnctrvely
YOURS for less than the cost of a money
ONLY 10 cents per check
No monthly servrce charge
No mrnrmum balance requued
Checkbooks are free
Any amount starts your account
Your name prrnted on every check
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Standing left to nght B McFarland M Cyr L Drllon A G1bbs J Ellxs M L111y
Seated are the p1an1sts P Haskell and N Freeman
This IS the first year that there has been such an organrzation It
has no real purpose except to provide pleasure and entertamment for
the Senror guls We feel that having an organrzatlon of thls kmd w111
glVB us a better understandlng and apprecxatlon of varrous types of
EASTERN TRUST ND BANKING COMPANY
Old Town Marne Machlas Marne
DRIVE IN BRANCH
Comer Fern and State Streets
Complete Banklng Servrce
INST A LLMENT LOAN AGENCY
73 Central Street Bangor Maine
A Tracy D DeRevere C Gaudett K Burr S Scott G Nrcholson R Gonzales
J Burr L Walls R DeRevere E Blanchard D H111 Advlsor Mr Heel
Twelve sophomores are enrolled 1n the Drtver Traxmng Educatron Program whlch
ts taught agaln thrs year by Mr Heel Every Monday the class ICCCIVCS forty mlnutes
of classroom mstruction The other four days of the week are used wrth behtnd the
wheel rnstructron Each student rece1ves about twenty five mtnutes of behind the wheel
rnstruction each week
Parents must remember that these students are not expert drtvers when they frmsh
the course but they have recerved f.I1Stl'LlCI1OHS leadlng to the development of proper
drlvlng habtts and attrtude
All the students must go to Ellsworth to take therr drrving tests outside of school
time They w1ll not be allowed to take them m the drlver trarnmg car This w11l have
them more used to thelr famrly cars
A 1957 Ford V 8 was furnrshed by the Morang Robtnson Auto Company of Bar Harbor
and the general care of the car is gtven by the Manchester Bros of Northeast Harbor
MARGARET L COSTON HOWARD S WOOD
REAL ESTATE 8 INSURANCE Groceries
Seal Harbor Marne Seal Harbor Matne
Seal Harbor Marne
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S Burr L Spurlrng D Smrth T Hooper P Bucklm M Clark Coach Parady
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EASTERN MAINE TOURNAMENT GAMES
STATE TOURNAMENT GAME
Comp1iments"of: A FRIEND
Desert 10 4
Mount Desert has just had its greatest year
in basketball The team under the skillful
hand of Coach Bernard Parady was undefeated
There is lrttle doubt that this year s team was
one of the frnest ever rn class S ranks in the
state of Maine
All season the team showed a great deal of
class and skill No matter how great the pres
sure the team held its poise and emerged
wrth a perfect record of twenty four wins and
no defeats They were Hancock County
Champrons in all drvrsions To lop off a perfect season Mount Desert won the Eastern Marne
Small Schools Championship at Bangor defeating Beals Carmel and Easton In thrs tourna
ment several team and indrvidual scoring records were broken A team record of nrnety seven
for a single game was scored against Beals A new record for the three games rn a tournament
was set as they scored a 260 point total Thrs was the fourth straight year that Coach Parady has
brought Mount Desert to the Eastern Maine Tournament and the third straight year that the team
has made the finals At Waterville the team defeated Porter High School of Kezar Falls for
the Marne State Small School Champronslup The perfect end to a perfect season
Hooper was a great all round ballplayer whrle Spurlmg was a fine rebounder and clutch player
Another senror on the starting team was Mrke Clark an offensrve standout all season The two
men completing the starting five were juniors Rrchard Smrth and James Coffm Smrth was a
top scorer and rebounder while Coffrn played a fme defensive game and was a good playmaker
Three top reserves on whom Coach Parady frequently called were Larry Hooper John Carter and
For rndrvrdual honors Rrchard Smith scored forty three points in one game to break the srngle
game record of forty Smrth also netted erghty nine for three games to surpass the old mark of
seventy Mike Clark also surpassed the seventy point mark rn the three games at Bangor by
scoring seventy six points In addrtron Clark broke the record for most pornts rn one quarter by
scoring erghteen Trevett Hooper Clark and Smith were named to the All Eastern Marne
Small School Tourney Team as well as to the All Hancock Team
Coach Parady richly deserves all the
credit that tlus year s team has brought him
He has been a fine coach and frrend to all
his players We are sure that his leadership
w111 continue to produce IOP basketball
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This year 's Mount Desert five was co-captained by seniors Trevett Hooper and Leslie Spurling.
Left to nght D Krmball B Nrcholson H Beyeler I Musett1 S Cofftn Coach
Parady R Gonzales S Emerson A Stanley T Holmes I Adams
MELANSON IEWELERY CO
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Letto rrght D Stanley P Rlchardson A Tracy N Freeman P Haskell L D1
lon M L111y
N Freeman HEAD CHEERLEADER
Left to ugh: M Gray N Hrbbard P Rrchardson A Tracy D Wood H Cameron
P. Rlchardson HEAD CHEERLEADER
G. Nlcholson SUBSTITUTE
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R Hill Standmg Manager S Burr S Coffm R Smrth T Hooper L Spurlrng
M Clark and Coach Parady
Standlng leftto right Manager S Burr Coach Mr Noel Coffm R Lum L
Spurlmg A Manter J Musetu R Smlth S Emerson andM Clark
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Bar Harbor Marne Bar Harbor Maine
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Bar Harbor Marne Bar Hafbof Maine
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Seated left to rrght H Cameron N Damon M Gray M Lilly A Tracy R
Blanchard S Renault B McFarland S Grbbs L Coston C Carter M Cyr D
Wood I Walls Standlng B Butler M Gray C Jeffers N Hrbbard H Peckham
Dlllon P Haskell I Ellrs N Freemen, H Grindle P Rrchardson Mrs Black
T hrs year the Intramural program was trted tnstead of regular Gtrls Sports The
program lncluded grrls from the Erghth Grade through the Senior Class
We were under the drrectron of Mr Parady Mrs Black and were coached by
members of the Varsrty Basketball Squad Thrs program worked out successfully
THE NIXON COMPANY UNIVERSITY CAP 8t GOWN CO
Indtan Orchard Massachusetts Lawrence Massachusetts
H E BUCKLIN F T BROWN8zCO
Northeast Harbor Marne Bar Harbor Mame
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Standrng left to rrght Coach Mrs Black R. Blanchard A Tracy N Hrbbard C
Jeffers I Bucklrn A Grbbs H Cameron N Freeman N Damon and absent S
Burr Srttrng are Co Captarns L Drllon and P Rlchardson
From the four Intramural Basketball Teams these twelve grrls were chosen to re
present the All Star Team
The s1x outstandmg players were chosen as follows
Forwards L Drllorr I Bucklm and S Burr
Guards N Damon A Grbbs and P Rrchardson
WESCOTT HARDW -XRE
PANOS GRILL Ellsworth, Maine
ELLSWORTH AMERICAN WEST END DRUG
Ellsworth, Maine Bar Harbor, Maine
IUNE NIGHT Seruor Class
MAGIC TOUCH Mr Wilkxns
THERE ARE SUCH THINGS Freshmen
STRANGE THINGS ARE HAPPENING Chemistry Class
ALL THE WAY The Team
SPECIAL ANGEL Iim Coffln
BYE BYE IDVE
LITTLE BITTY PRETTY ONE
MILK COW BOOGIE
HARD TO GET
MOMENTS TO REMEMBER
THAT LL BE THE DAY
DOVE IS THE THING
YOU SEND ME
I'I"S NOT FOR ME TO SAY
AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS
SOMETHING S GOTTA GIVE
I LIKE YOUR KIND OF LOVE
WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE
I SIT IN MY WINDOW
GREAT BALLS OF FIRE
FOX8c GINN, INC
Susan Scott and John Carter
Semor Class Trlp
All A s
Bangor Mame VINERS MUSIC CO
EASTERN ACADEMY OF BEAUTY
CULTURE J L PAINE8z SON
Bangor, Mame East Connth Marne
PARTY TIME ------------------------------- Junior Class
We had to have the Natronal Guard to keep the boys from the guls
Mr Noe forgot about the Navy
John S lost hrs vorce
Junror Class drdn t have Pat R to keep them orn
Nrta were ever accepted to Dartmouth
Danny drdn t have hrs btg M
Trevett dtdn t have any fans
Judy Prudy Dranne and Nrta could sarl a boat
No one came to school on the last week
Somebody wrecked the Drrver Trarnrng car
All the teachers overslept some mornrng
Trevett and Danny made rt to school on ttme
Mr Noe forgot hrs manners
The Semor grrls drdn't tell Jokes rn the shower room
Prudy dtdn t darn the semor boys
Mr Coates could smrle all mornrng
Nancy F eloped
Betty M forgot where Bar Harbor was
Mrs Trask s seventh perrod typmg class were qutet one whole perrod
Lucy drdn t always comment on the Saabs
Steve C lost hrs mrnd
Mrs Black hated to grve homework
Mrss Brown taught Phys Ed
Mrs Herrrck could ever frnd the key to the Semor room
Marguertte couldn t go out wrth George
Lucy drdn't lrve next door to Dana
Mr Heel had Elvrs Presley srdeburns
Larry W was only 24 rnches around the walst
Maddre drdn t talk about Wrnme
Betty M were 6 ft tall
The Junrors dtd a lrttle work on the Magazme Dnve
Lucy and Maddy drdn t always talk about old trmes
Mr Heel shot the brggest deer rn the State of Marne
Albert drdn t comment tn every class
The Semor Grrls couldn't have thetr annual P J Party
Sldney E forgot Lourse G
Ernest G could do hrs own homework
Mr Heel s Junror Hrstory Class had therr work done on tlme
Judy E ran rnto Ftre Trucks instead of Ftre Pumps
MAURICE H BURR KIMBALL HOUSE
Northeast Harbor Northeast Harbor
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To Dianne, Delores, and Hortense if the Russians bombed the gum factories.
Front row left to rlght L D111on C Murphy J Srmth N Damon Back row
CoachL Hooper D Wood J Buckhn A Tracy P Haskell
Left to nght CoachD Smuh S Burr H Peckham L Flye P R.1chardson,S Ar
wood, M L111y, R Blanchard, D. Kelly
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Left to rrght D Stanley S Grrndle I Ellrs C Jeffers CoachT Hooper A Grbbs
N Hrbbard M Savage H Cameron Absent M Cyr
Left to right: L. Cosron, A, Tracy, P. DeRevere, B, Butler, G. Nicholson, L, Spurling
Coachg M. Gray, N. Freeman, M. Gray, S. Renault, S, Gibbs.
PILOT S GRILL MACLEOD MOTORS
Bangor Mame Bar Harbor Ma1ne
HOYT RICHARDS GARAGE HARRIS SODA FOUNTAIN
Bar Harbor Ma1ne
Bar Harbor Ma1ne
Bar Harbor Ma1ne
HIGGINS ' STORE RODICK'S SODA FOUNTAIN
HERFF JONES CO
MANUFACTURING IEWELERS 8: STATIONERS
Ir1d1anapo11s 7 Ind
M Meader A Glbbs
I Hlnckler M Grant
Seated left to rrght W Stanley M Gatchell D Peckham R Savage D Blanchard
D Carr D Holmes E Lanpher B Bucklrn Standmg D Lucas T Hrnckler D
Smrth R Salrsbury T McKay B Merchant C Beyeler G McFarland R. Foster
N Rrchardson Coach Heel
The Iunror Hrgh Basketball Team under the coachrng of Mr Heel had an average
season wrnmng three out of srx games They drsplayed good sportsmanshrp throughout
Left I0 right: K. Tracy, P. Gonzales, P. DeRevere, S. Burr, S, Renault, R. Blanchard
S. Burt: HEAD CHEERLEADER
A THANKSGIVING DAY MOOD
l awoke early full of happy feelrng A very chrlly mornrng rt was A frne frost covered
the ground but a clear blue sky was overhead and a sweet warm sun would be shrnrng soon
I was 1n a merry mood thmkrng of the f6SI1Vll1CS of the day From my bedroom I could
hear the unusual bustle rn the krtchen Preparatron for Thanksgrvrng dlnner had started
early Some of the foods sp1ced wrth herbs and seasomngs requrre long gentle srmmerrng
I descended to the cozy krtchen for breakfast Then I attended to my chores after whrch I
wandered through the woods I returned home for drnner at one o clock
On enterrng the house I found that a blend of sprces and the roastrng of the turkey had
drrfted through the house Everyone was beamrng w1th the look of antrcrpatron My ap
petlte was a ravenously hungry one The snowy wlute tablecloth adorned the table rn the
center of whrch was an arrangement of yellow rust and whrte mums The golden brown
mallows and baked onrons were added Dlshes of green peas yellow squash red cranberrres
watermelon prckles fat brown loaves of bread Jugs of brown crder and the delrcrous ap
ple and pumpkxn pres followed A Grace was sard and we counted our blessrngs Everythrng
tasted of a wonderful rrchness and flavor and I thought what a pleasant and peaceful Thanks
grvrng ours was'
It rs a wonderful and glouous thrng
To know that rt wrll soon be sprxng
That trees and plants w11l begrn to bud
And the end of school w111 come
We w1ll be thrnkrng of swrmmrng
At the Brg Quarry Hole beg1n.n1ng
Where everyone comes from far and near
Wrth prcnrc lunches and all hrs gear
It IS the trme of year when
The summer folks come wrth a yen
To see brrds and deer rn therr flrght
And the beautrful moon at nrght
Complrments of Complrments of
LAKINS EXPRESS BROWN'S STUDIO
Servrng Eastern Marne Baf Hafbflfr Maine
turkey was brought in with sprays of green parsley. Casseroles of sweet potatoes with marsh-
THE NEWSPAPER IS THE TEXTBOOK OF DEMOCRACY
Ignorance rn a democracy 15 dangerous If we drd not know what was gomg on rn the
world today our country could eas11y become totalltarxan The free press rn th1s country
and rn all democracres rs what keeps the publ1c mformed
Good newspapers prmt only the truth they avord emouonal and sensatronal matenal In
a democracy the press has a rlght to prrnt any xnformatron that they can get whrch 1S true
lt does not necessarlly pratse the Amertcan government nor the Amerrcan way of l1fe Its
prrmary purpose IS to mform When the rmportant events happen the newspaper keeps the
publtc rnformed It publtshes both s1des of the tssue not Just the one II may be rn favor of
The newspaper also helps to determme whom we vote for to represent us rn local state
and natronal governments It tells 1ts publrc what expertence the candrdate has had and lf
there are any black marks on the candrdate s record
The newspaper g1VCS the publlc 1nformat1on Wrthout a newspaper the publrc could not
get enough mformatron Wrthout enough lnformatron the publlc becomes lgnorant and
rgnorance 1S democracy s worst enemy
R Trevett Hooper
Mr Heel Today I am gorng to lecture on the psychology of lymg How many of you have
read chapter 25 of the text?
Nearly every student tn the Junror class ralsed h1s hand
Mr Heel Frnel You certarnly need th1s lecture There IS no chapter 25
Danny Klmball had drrven home from the U of M after he had taken the semester
Drd you pass everythmgv mqurred hrs mother anxxously
Everythrn but two motorcycles They must have had Jet motors rn them
Mrss Brown When the sauce beglns to bO1I put rn a tablespoon of water
Claudette Level or heap1ng'P
Kay T had been promoted to the 8th grade Meetmg the 7th grade teacher whom she
had lrked very much she sard Gee Mrs Black I wrsh you were smart enough to teach
me thrs year too'
FLORENCE LEWIS 5 10 Sc 1 00 STORE QUIMBYS STORE
Bar Harbor, Matne Bar Harbor. Malfle Bef Harbor- Mama
Dorene Krmball QM1tchellJ
Norma Rrehardson fVollmcrj
Dawn Meader QLeej
Sandra Watson QTylerj
WASS POULTRY FARM
Otter Creek Matne
Bar Harbor Malne
Smrth gc Fenton
Mame Marttrme Academy
Unttecl States Army
Unrted States Army
Untted States Navy
Otter Creek Matne
Bentley School of Accounttng
Unrverstty of Marne
Untted States Arr Force
Marne Medtcal Center
Northeast Harbor Marne
Bentley School of Accountlng
Mount Desert Marne
Mount Desert Marne
Washtngton D C
Mount Desert Marne
Peter Bent Brtgham Hosprtal
West Brook JUUIOI College
Unrverstty of Marne
Earmtngton State Teachers College
Malne School of Practtcal Nurstng
Untversrty of Marne
Bradford Junlor College
Seal Harbor Marne
Palm Beach Florrda
Bar Harbor Marne
Northeast Harbor Marne
Seal Harbor Marne
Northeast Harbor Maine
WEBBER CONSTRUCTION CO
Bar Harbor Marne
ELITE DRY CLEANERS
Bar Harbor Marne
William Fernald New Eng, School of Embalming
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