Narraguagus High School - Squire Yearbook (Harrington, ME)
- Class of 1969
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Clifford Mitchell, Assistant Editor; Michael Stoddard, Art Editor; Charlie Corliss, Assistant Photographer; David
Emerson, Advertising Manager; Susan Hartford, Bditor-in-Chief; Mary Joyce, Photographer; Cynthia Farnsworth,
Sales Manager; Rebecca Perry, Assistant Literary Editor; Teresa Stanwood, Literary Editor; Karen Perry, Senior Class
Editor; Janet Arnold, Assistant Literary Editor; iabsenti Anita Beal, Sports Editor; Mrs. Charlotte Tucker, Yearbook
Special thanks to Cindy Farren, Alfred Jordan, and Anthony Norton for their willingness to help when their services
We, the SQUIRE staff, bring to you the keys to the events
at Narraguagus for the 1968-1969 school year.
There are times of happiness, times of sadness, times of
victory, times of defeat, and, most of all, times of memories.
This is your key to many memories. I
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To MRS. CHARLOTTE TUCKER, we, the Senior
Class, affectionately dedicate this issue of the SQUIRE
for her dedication in duty, personal interest in us as
individuals, enthusiasm in her Classes, and her never
ending work as our yearbook adviser.
Traditionally as we approach high school commencement time, the
name "Senior Class" becomes synonymous with the compound term
"perseverance and achievement." On June 13, you, the members of the
Class of 1969 of Narraguagus High School, will be awaxded diplomas in
recognition of your perseverance. You will have achieved a worthwhile
goal - you will be high school graduates.
In baseball parlance you will have arrived safely at first base, but
you will not have scored. To attain you will need to arrive safely at
second base, third base, home plate - and in that order. The rules
of the game do not permit for shortcuts.
Applying this analogy to the game of life, we learn tsometimes
belatedlyi that shortcuts do not lead to success. Rather, attainment is
contingent upon a series of worthwhile achievements which are gained
through diligence in perseverance. To this end you have already estab-
lished a pattern which I hope will not be interrupted by high school
graduation. You must go on expecting more exciting and demanding
challenges with unlimited opportunity for rewarding experiences.
You are a class of excellent young men and women. During the past
four years you have made some valuable contributions to both the academic
and extracurricula programs of the school. And, Itrust that the standard
of quality which you have helped to establish at Narraguagus High School
will serve as a guide to inspire all future classes.
In lieu of the use of flowery adjectives to commend you for accom-
plishments to date, I have chosen to conclude with a prophecy based, as
it were, on personal observations rather than the power of clairvoyance.
In light of you: past performance, I prophesy that you are, by patient
perseverance, going to experience and enjoy many worthwhile achieve-
ments. You will score and be winners in the game of life. ,
CHARLES F. LAWRENCE, Superintendent
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MR. ROBERT L. FEENEY
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MR. ALBERT D. RICHARD
B.S. University of Maine
MISS LORRAINE L. STUBBS
B.S. University of Maine
MR. JAMES A. CONNERS
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' Harbor; CROMWELL HARBOR MOTEL, Bar Harbor; HINCKLEY'S DREAMWOOD MOTOR COURT, Bar H be
Jfome 80012 01221'03
. HELENE L. HAMMOND Preparing a meal
B.S. University of Maine Dawnette T. , Beth K. , Sharon L. , Joan M. , Brenda R.
Cindy D. , Abby S. , Louise S. , Bonnie C. , Jean C. , Linda C. , Lozina S.
skirt? What are all those little children doing here?"
These are comments about the Home Economics Department which can often be
heard as one walks down the hall. Exactly what does go on in that informal, colorfui,
horne-like room? Here girls enrolled in the Home Economics program develop con-
cepts and skills in homemaking in order that they might have a happy and satisfying
home and family life. To achieve this,the girls study the following seven areas.
Personal and Family Relationships
Child Care and Development
Housing and Home Decoration
Home Management and Consumer Buying
Foods and Nutrition
Grooming, Clothing, and Textiles
Family Health and Safety
Ideas for Better Living
Sharon T. , Sonia O. , Carla M. , Charlene W. , Karen S.
Even Cindy listens when
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Tracy C. , Dale L. , Bruce,
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Christy escorted by Glendon models an informal
Vern prefers party attire
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University of Montana
MR. DAVID C. AYERS,
B.S. , State University of New York
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The following supported our yearbook with U4 page listings: COLONIAL THEATER, Milbridge; CURTIS SUN
DAIRY, Cherryfield; SAUN'S BEAUTY SHOP, Milbridge; SAWYER'S LAUNDROMAT, Milbridge.
Products of our Labors
John C. and Dana F.
Our mass production proj-
ect - a sellout at $4.50
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MR. ALFRED D. MOORE, Sr. , B.S. , Washington State College
MRS. CHARLOTTE C. TUCKER, B.S. , University of Maine
Dear Bennie . . .
If I only knew what they were saying! Shorthand II Mona D. and Teresa S.
Wendy, Gail , Beverly
Lawrence - That doesn't look like my house key!
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BRIAN P. CATES, B.S., Aroostook State College
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We wish to thank the following for supporting our yearbook with U4 page listing. MACHIAS SYSTEM STORE,
Machias; DOWNEAST 5 8; 10, Machias; HELEN'S RESTAURANT, Ixiachias; JOHNSON ROTOR CENTER,
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This year the music program has taken on a new appearance under the direction of
our new Supervisor of Music - Mr. John B. Whitten. The high school instrumental
students performed as a highly proficient concert band, winning much approval through-
out the year. Other students also participated in the performance area as members of
the Narraguagus Singers, our newly formed twenty-five voice glee club. One of our
glee club members, Bonnie Look, won acceptance at the 1969 Maine All State Music
Festival. She was one of one hundred sopranos chosen from all over the state.
With performances at Pep Rallies, color day, Christmas and Pops concerts, the
Sumner - Narraguagus exchange concert, the A11 Eastern Maine Concert Festival, the
Spring Concert and the Spring Music Festival, the music program has come to a close
for this school year. It has been an extremely gratifying and active one, and all the
members of the Narraguagus High School Band and Glee Club wish to thank everyone
for his loyal support.
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We wish to thank the following for supporting our yearbook with 1l4 page listing. DICK'S DINER, Ellsworth;
ELLSWORTH DRUG STORE; ANCHOR REAL ESTATE, Ellsworth; M. R. HEAL, Ellsworth
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Nancy L., Ruth 8., Sarah L., Carol 13., Katherine 6., Cynthia P., Leah G., Ramona F., Belinda 8., Marina T., Cliff
M. , Mr. Whitten, David 6., David P. , Garry 8., Etta T. , Glenn W., Warren P., Ruberta 8., Edward L., Noreen N.,
Gene R., Dawnette T., Wendy I. , Venelva 8., Jayne M., Bonnie N., Mary B.
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MRS. JOAN F. MESERVE
B.S. University of Maine
Brenda West, Janet Arnold, Libby Beal, Cynthia Farnsworth, Etta Tucker, Nancy Norton, Ella Far-
ren, Sandy McLean, Gail Strout, Beverly Ingersoll, Michael Stoddard, Clarence Gray, Ruberta
Strout, Paul Newcomb, Ricky Arnold, Barry Curtis, Dawnette Tibbetts, Jack Peterson, Garry
Strout, Michael Robbins, Walter SIIout, Joe Sproul IV, and Jeffrey Beal.
The following supported our yearbook with U4 page listings: WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT, Jones-
boro; H. E. MEADE INC. , Meade; SHOPPEE'S DAIRY, Machias; MARGARETTA MOTEL, Machias
Another subscriber for Mad Magazine.
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MR. RICHARD A.
B.S. University of Maine
M.Ed. University of Maine
The.Guidance Department of Narraguagus High became a full-time service in Sep-
tember of 1968. The Guidance Department attempts to place its emphasis on the in-
dividual and on his needs and desires. It is our intention to provide each individual
with an opportunity to know his abilities, interests, and personality traits, to develop
them as well as possible, and to keep them flexible in order to meet the demands of a
fluid environment. 7
Our primary concern is with the educational development of students; however, we
are also concerned with the total growth and development of the individual. The
Guidance Office, therefore, is not just a place to get change-in-course slips or infor-
mation about colleges. This office is also the place where one can talk over mand
g; problems. We hope that several students have benefited from this opportunity this
past year and that many more will do so in the future.
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CHARLES CORLISS ANITA BEAL
ELIZABETH BEAL DARRYL DORR MONA DOW DOUGLAS DOW, JR.
Milbridge Harrington Cherryfield Milbridge
WILLIAM DRISKO CYNTHIA FARNSWORTH DAVID EMERSON CYNTHIA FARREN
Addison Cherryfield Columbia Falls Cherryfield
JANICE GRANT DANA FAULKINGHAM
Columbia Falls Harrington
LAWRENCE FICKETT LINDA GRANT
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GENE REQUA ANELDA SEAVEY MICHAEL ROBBINS TERESA STANWOOD
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MACHIAS- The students and
faculty of Narraguagus High
School in Harrington have se-
lected their Good Citizen candi-
date, who will be- sponsored in
the selection of the State DAR
Good Citizen by the Hannah
Weston Chapter, Daughters of
the American Revolution. She is
Miss 'Susan' Elizabeth Hartford
During her high school career
Miss Hartford has received the;
citizenship award .and Dirigo.
Girl's.State. She has served her;
class. .as treasurer, has beenl
treasurer of the History Club
for two years, was. class editor.
for the yearbOok for three years
and presently is ' editor-in-chief
of the yearbook. She has been
general manager,tassistant mam!
ager and captain of'the' school'
magazine drive and.is a memo
her of the French Club, the Fu-
ture Teachers of America,
. GirPs Varsity Club, has been a
cheerleader and has been ac-
tive in' softball and basketball.
.She is a member of the Bap-
tiSt Youth Fellowship, attends
Bible Schdol and has httended
Baptist Youth Camp. Her serv-
ice to the community includes
assisting at dinners for the
American Legion ,and Eastern
Star and- helping on the Cancer
drives in Cherryfield.
. Her plans for the future in-.:
elude attending college where
she plans to study to-become a
physical educationi teapher.
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Cindy Farren was named 1969 Betty Crocker
Homemaker of Tomorrow for Narraguagus High
School on the basis of her score in a written knowl-
edge and attitude test on homemaking given to
senior girls. Cindy's achievement makes her eligi-
ble for state and national scholarships and she will
receive a specially designed silver charm from
General Mills, the sponsor of the test.
We wish to thank the following for supporu'ng our yearbook with U4 page
listing. GAY BROTHERS , Jonesboro; BROWN 8:, WHITE PAPER CO. , Ban-
gor; MaCKENZIE'S MARKET, Machias; LINDSAY OIL CO. , Machias
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insects e sleepily trying to pester the animals about the region. When a wagon would
roll down the road, dust would fly out and smother you in a cloud of yellow.
Down the road, just a little way, there was a small frog pond. Here there was a world of
peace and quiet. Frogs easily croaking, flicking out their tongues to catch a tasty morsel.
Sometimes you could catch a snake sunning his leathery, tough, skin, snetched on a rock
or in the hot yellow sand. If you startled him,
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ever seen. It flittered about so prettily that all I could think of was'ia lovely chiffon drzzsson a young girl"
floating over a serene dance floor; I watohed her for at least a half hour; then she silently flew her way and
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The following supported our yearbook with U4 page listings: COMMERCIAL PRINTING CO. , Machias
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The guard who kept the other teams
JEFF MORSE 6'0" Junior
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The following supported our yearbook with U4 page listings: E. L. SHEA INC. , Ellsworth; M. A. CLARK,
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The following supported our yearbook with 1M page listings: ROGER SKINNER, Milbridge; BROWN'S MOTEL
and CABINS, Ionesboro; FRED WIENINGERwlionumentsL Milbridge; SMITH'S 66, Jonesboro
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lst ROW: Brian Cates, Richard T. , Douglas 15. , Douglas D. , Fred H. , Mike M. , Elliott B. , Steve K. ,
2nd ROW: Terry G. , Albert W, , Dave E. , Butch B. , Dana F. , Scrappa C. , Ricky D. , Anthony F. , Willy
D. , Tim 8.
3rd ROW: Ricky A. , Mark S. , Richard G. , Jeff M. , Gary 0. , Cary W. , Ken R. , Garry C. , Barry C. , Dale B.
SEATED: Phyllis W. , Susan H. , Gail S. , Cynthia F. , Libby B. , Teresa S. , Mary J.
STANDING: Debra L. , Bonnie L. , Ruth B. , Cynthia P. , Wendy I. , Peggy F. . Jean-
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, . , , OFFICERS: V. Pres., Cynthia F.; Treas., Libby 3., Sec.,
V ; l, Teresa S. , Pres. , Mary J.
BOYS' VARSITY CLUB
ADVISORS: Mr. Cares and Mr. Feeney
OFFICERS: Treas. Doug B.; Pres. , Doug D.;
V. Pres., Fred H.; Sec., Mike M.
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STANDING: Lynn P. Treas. , Harriet G. Re-
porter, Beverly 1. Sec. , Doug D. Chief Justice.
SEATED: Terry G. V, Pres. , Anita B, Pres. ,
Robert Hammond Advisor
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Cynthia P. , Peggy F. , Ruth B. , John P. , Clifford M. , Marina T. , Debra L. , Karen R. , Jane S. ,
Nancy N. , Nancy L. , Noreen N. , Mrs. Irene Allan, Advisor, Sarah L. , Brenda W.
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Cynthia P. , Reporter; Peggy F. , Parliamentarian; Ruth B. , Historian; John P. , Vice Presi-
dent; Clifford M. , President; Marina T. , Secretary; Debra L. , Librarian; Karen R. , Treas-
This year the F.T.A. consists of fourteen members. Officers are Cliff Mitchell,
President; John Purington, Vice President; Marina Thibeau, Secretary; Karen Rockwell,
Treasurer; Peggy Foss, Historian; Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Sumner, advisors.
We have done many things to build our scholarship fund, such as having fudge
sales, selling cook books, and selling Christmas candles. Also, we held a fudge sale
for the benefit of the Heart Fund Drive.
We have also been keeping informed about our state legislature and its bills on ed-
ucation. Of enjoyment to everyone were the discussions we had and to which we in-
vited guest speakers.
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Richard G. , Jack P. . A1fredJ., Gary S. , Dana S. , Paul N. , Terry G.
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STANDING: Dana S. , Alvin H. , Janet A. , John P. , Noreen NL, Mr. Hammond
SEATED: Willie D. , Anita B. , Suzy H. , Cliff M. ,-Nancy L. , Rebecca P. , Sarah L.
This year the History Club of Narragua- ..
gus High is working on a book of folklore
and superstition entitled "Folk Tales. " This!
is to be compiled from all the tales of the
surrounding communities .
Officers for this year are Cliff Mitchell,
President; Susan Hartford, Treasurer; and
Anita Beal, Secretary.
With the help of our advisor, Mr. Ham-
mond, we plan to produce a wonderful book
and hope it will be as successful as our for-
ROBERT HAMMOND - Advisor
SUZY HARTFORD - Treasurer
CLIFF MITCHELL - President
ANITA BEAL - Secretary
We wish to thank the following for supporting our yearbook with 1M: page listings. WATSON'S LAUNDRY,
Ellsworth; HANCOCK COUNTY CREAMARY, Ellsworth; BEAL'S JEWELRY, Ellsworth; STEUBEN GROCERY,
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In the middle of last October the regeneration of the Phoenix took place
school Pop-rock Band, the Mystics, was reborn as the Fire and Ice. This time we dig
things in different fashion by first enlisting the help of a faculty member to act as
group manager. We had not previously had a manager and it has made a big difference
in our practice efficiency since we can now concentrate on achieving good sound and
presentation, leaving bookings and business arrangements to Mr. Tobin, our manager.
In the very short time since regrouping, the Fire and Ice has developed an ex-
tremely effective style and tonality. The result has been that an encouraging and
constant demand has developed, and we have played some of the biggest dance spots
in the State of Maine: Women's Gym, University of Maine, Augusta Armory, Water-
ville, Y.M.C.A ., Brunswick Naval Air Station, Bowdion College, Rockland Recrea-
tion Center, etc. , etc.
We are proud of our accomplishment and realize that hard work and dedication do
get results when properly applied, and everyone deserves a lot of credit for what
we 've done. Karen, our girl vocalist, for her vocal enrichment of our sound, Myke,
our male vocalist for his interpretative moods. Dana, Ricky, Rich and Johnny for
their articulate instrumental back-up and their unique Fire and Ice sound.
The following supported our yearbook with U4 page listings. MOORE'S MARKET, Harrington; NICHOL'S
FARM, Harrington; SHERM'S MARKET, Cherryfield; COLBETH'S MARKET, Cherryfield
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2nd ROW: Beverly I. , 62111 S. , Brenda K. , Marina T. , Anthony N. , Michael W.
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LAWRENCE FICKETT - course-Gene1a1
JEANETTE ARNOLD - course-Home Economics - History Club 3,4; Varsity Club 4;
Yearbook Staff 4; Basketball 1, manager 4; Softball 1,3,4; J.V. Cheerleader .1;
Jr. Speaking 3; Home EC. Award 3; Volleyball 1; Skating Club 1; Drama Club 1.
M14NITA BEAL - course-College - History Club 1360.1 3 ,;4 Varsity Club 43113113431111
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er 3; Class Treas. 1; Student Council 1, sec. -treas. 3, pres. 4; Magazine Drive
Captain 4; Student Council Award 3, Drama Club 1; Skating Club 1; Volleyball 1.
ELIZA13ETH BEAL - course-Business - Varsity Club 1treasJ 4; FBLA 3; Basketfball 1,2,
3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Class Treas. 3,
4; Gregg Shorthand Award; Drama Club 1; Skating Club 1; Volleyball 1.
DOUGLAS BRADBURY - course-College - History Club 3,4; Varsity Club 4; J3.
ketba111,2,3; Baseball 1; Soccer 1,2,4; MTA Award-honors, Math 4.
CHARLES CORLISS - ?yrsguBusmess - FBLA 3; Mock Staff 4; Class Vice Pres. 3.
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DARRYL DORR- cours3-1I'31dus 1e
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WILLIAM DRISKO- icaurse-Collegegz- Trag 311wick Academy, Lebanon,
New York; Histor Club 4 Varsny Basketball 11,2;Baseba11 1; Track 1,2;
Soc 3er 1 2, 4; C1as3 Officer 4;St1::dentbC10unc112;Play3 1, 2; Skiing 1, 2; Cross
Cotintry 2; Swim Team 1. 1 1 1
DAVID EMERSOVourse-College g- 1141m61y C111b 3, Vars1ty Club 4; Yearbook Staff
4; J. v.2113133113 133; Class Prgs;,1, Bas3ba113. 1
Captain 1; Gregg1,
CYNTHIA FARREN - course-College - Transfer Student, Oroville Union High Schoolxx
Oroville,Ca11fornia; Varsity Cheerleader 4; AWards 12, 31 for being in top 10
e151; 3a:3ke1ba11 3,4; 801113311 3,4.
academically in class; National Honor Society 1,2,3;Ca11fornia Scholarship Asso- $3M
Clatiol'l 2.3; GAA 3; Bettwa1rac1keer3mevEcw3w3zu 4-. - $11
DANA FAULKINGHAM - course-Industrial Arts - Varsity Club 4; J.V. Basketball 1,1;
Varsity Basketball 3,4; Soccer 4; Vice Pres. 1; Shop AWard 3; plays 2.3.131
TERRANCE GAY - course-College - Varsity Club 4; Varsity Basketball 1112, 3 ,41; 111ad1
3; Class Pres. 1; Class Vice Pres. 2, 4, Jr. Speaking 12nd prize13; M21gaz1rie Drive
Captain 1, 2, 3; math Award 2; 331,3 Award 2; 3portsmansn1p Award 3; MTA Award-
honors, total achievement 4.
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3 ,;4 FHA 1 ,2;Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Amarillo High Newspaper 2; Gymnas-
tics Club 2; Archery 2.
RICHARD GRANT - course-Industrial Arts - History Club 4; Varsity Club 4; Varsity
Basketball Manager 4.
French Club 3; PTA 3; E
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HELEN HORNYAK - goursi General - Tr 1 Student, John' . Kennedy Memorial
f N16 Jersey; Trac 2,; Sophomore arLety Show; Junior Re-
view; Art Club 1, ,3; rchery 2; Voc 51' 3 a1 Drawing 2.
ALFRED JORDAN IR. 1-
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lst prizek Y6 10k Staff 4; U F Speech Festival 3,4.
MARY JOYCE - cours Bu ess - Varsity C , E Pres. 4; Year c E taff2,3,4; Basket-
ba112,3,;4 Softba 11, 3,4; Varsity 1 , leader 4: Diri t ' 13' State Candidate 3
SHARON KANE - cou se-Hemeimnomic ' - : ball 2.
LOU ANN MERCHAN1" - oLrse-Home Ec 9 i . ' ' . . .. der 1.
CLIFFORD MITCHELLE - . .f - French c1'ub, 'Vice
Pres. 3; FTA 1,2,. . ? .. -Band 1,2, Pres. 42$:
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PAUL NEWCOMB cg urse-COIEE g9j- Yearboqk Staff 1; 1.91 Basketba111,2, 3; Base-
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JACK PETERSON - course-Industnal Arts - J. V Basketball 1:13aseball 1; Vice Pres. 1.
KAREN PERRY- ggggg :g- . . , S. . .. W ,. M11111, W529;
1Capt. 1 1, 2; Vzrsity Cheerleader 1Co-Capt j 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Student Council
11Trea. 1, Jr. eksin;3; UofMgpeec Festival; Yerbook WorkghopBW MTA fmw
onors EM , ,,
RICHARD PERRY - course-College - J.V.Basketba11 2; History Club 3, 4; Debating
Club 1; Yearbook Workshop 3; U of M Speech Festival 3 ,;4 Yearbook Staff 3.
I, ,,, 1
3;B1010gy Award 2; JFK Junior ngh Southlngton Connecticut 1,
JAMES RAYMOND - course-Industrial Arts - Shop III Award all around best projeco.
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' GENE REQUA - course-College - Vice Pre Band 1,2.
MICHAEL ROBBINS - cour dustrial n - Vice
KENNETH ROBINSON - J. V. Basketball 1, 2, 1,2; Soccer
1,2,4. ,5 ;- m ..
WANDA ROBINSON - 'ge-General - Sc ' 3:11 1,2.
VALERIE ROSSI - course-bH bme Economic T ansfer Student 4- lta Monica High
School, Santa Moyca; California; BM 1 111,2; Softbal I Track 1,2.
DANA SAWYER - course-College - Histor lub 3,4; J.V. B ' all 2; Baseball 1;
Track 2; Soccer 1, 2,: Class Pres. 2; nt Council 1; 1; Play 1.
ANELDA SEAVEY - c w-Home Econorm
TERESA STANWOOD - c ' - " ; ; arsthJy Club Sec. 4; FBLA
3,4; Yearbook Sta" - - rsity Cheerleader 3,
math 4; Magazil :' ' ;' Awar ; Draf Club 1; Volleyball 1;
Skating Club 1. 1
MICHAEL STODDARE -- a book Staff 3, I.V. Basketball 1;
Track 1; Library C f. ' I
h , e conomlcs - r er tudent-Fkhngeley High School,
GARY STROUT - '1 ' ' . . Bas e ' migk, 1; Soccer 1, 2; Band
1,2,31Concert: star; 4; ra 'Club 1; atin
VENELVA STROUT course-Bus ess - FBLA 4; S 2 WRMajorette 4.
MALCOLM WILLEY 1ccqus 1a Arts 5 pp 11 1st Pr ze.
ing 3; Skating CluH 14:;
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JENNIE WORCESTERXcou se-Hfm Economic -, Ba 1 1; Softball 1; Ir. Speak-
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Look at these pictures, and you will realize that they are not of beautiful downtown
Milbridge. If you are still puzzling, I shall try to explain. I have an interesting but
expensive hobby of writing to foreign pen pals. I say "interesting" because we ex-
change many ideas, postcards, and gifts; I say "expensive" because I sometimes pay
50 cents to mail a letter and much more to send a package. However, I can assure
you it is well-worth it. .
This poem entitled "A Message to You" was written by one of my pen pals who lives
in Madras, India. He is a young man with an unusual childhood - to us at least. His
mother inherited a large fortune; however, when she married, she put the entire for-
tune under the supervision of her husband . Later he married four other women with her
consent, of course. Shortly after her first son, my pen pal, was born, her husband
turned her out with the baby. Since she had nothing and no place to go, she was forced
to leave her son in the care of friends, who brought him up. He is now working as an
accountant's assistant and helps his foster parents in any way he can. No one has ever
heard from his mother, and they believe she may have committed suicide. To you
this story may seem like something that only happens in the movies, but to someone
in India it is just another everyday occurrence.
We asked my pen pal to write an article for our yearbook because we felt it would
be of interest. As you read the following page, try to judge his work by the thought
behind it bearing in mind that this young man is expressing himself in a "foreign"
language. After all, how many foreign languages can you speak?
REBECCA PERRY '69
A MESSAGE TO YOU
Happy to hear my unknown mates!
That you are becoming high school graduates.
At this time of hour of pleasure,
To give you a message, I greatly desire.
Be proud not for what is known,
There are many you yet to learn.
What is known is so much of sand,
That you can conceal in the closed hand.
What is unknown is as much of sand,
That is scattered on the wide land.
Acquire much knowledge in the tender age,
Lest in the later age, it will be a mirage.
What you learn when you are young,
sticks in the mind very long.
Like new cloth that absorbs colour briskly,
Is the young mind grasps matters quickly.
Be pure in thought, word and deed,
I And do not be a person of greed.
As greed brings all only sorrow,
No use of biting lips tomorrow.
Respect your old teachers even you leave school,
As they are prevented you from becoming fool.
"Each one must teach one " be your aim,
Seeing you thus all will acclaim.
Knowledge is a concealed treasure,
Give it to the needy with much pleasure.
The more you give it, the more it will thrive,
Even in your mind, it secretly survive.
Success and bright future, I wish you and Ribecca,
A pen friend of mine in my dreamland Amerfda'.
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Chrysler - Plymouth -
Sale 5 and Se rV1ce
Tel. 667- 5366
Insurance - Real EstatX
Serving Washington and
Hancock Counties Over 75
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FRED C. LYNAM 8: CO. ,
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McGregor - London Fog
Ship' n Shore
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FOOTSTEPS IN THE DARK
Dig, dig, dig--
In a graveyard dark and cold.
Dig, and bury, lose from sight,
Dig and bur , let her lie--
Forget her che, forget her name, forget . . .
The screams, the shrieks, the hideous laugh
The tender voice you'llhear ever after--
Tears of pain in her lovely eyes . . ,
But it was quick.
Take your shovel Beelzebub
And wipe the blood from your face
Someone's sure to come and see us
And you're lost in the maze . . . I-Iur . . .
Slink into the shadow--and wait--an watch--
and wait . . .
A victim opens the ate . . .
The clammy grip o a clammy hand
Folding over a startled mouth
And forever lost is the sound of life
As she creeps beneath the earth.
Sorrow, oh joy and sorrow!
Thrive upon her blood . . . live Beelzebub . . .
live . , , but in the end - oh, in the end -
yours will be the worst of all . . .
Brenda Hayward '70
Tel. Columbia 483- 2752
Everything for Your Car
Backhoe - Shovel - Crane Work
Catalog Sales Merchant
C. THOMAS LEAVITT
Shop by Mail or Phone
Mon. , Thur. , Sat. 83:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 to 9:00 p.m.
MOORE'S PAINT SHOP
Fender and Body Work on All Makes
"No job too big
or too small
We do them all"
Steuben, Maine Tel. 546-2207
THE WINTER HARBOR
EARLE B. TRACY JR.
Insurance and Real Estate
South Gouldsboro , Maine
THAT '8 POLITICS
Conventions are lively with screams and shouts The campaign trail has ruts and bumps
As "dark horses" try to throw incumbents out. But glittering generalities smooth out the lumps.
Shaky planks are replaced to help the platform Watts is Visited and babies are kissed
But no one can word that one on the bomb. But then we think of the debate that was missed.
Balloons come down like drops from the sky The polls are in and the votes are counted
And confetti could very well get in your eye. But the electoral college has us surmounted.
The slogan says that "Nixon's the One! " We have a winner and he'll have to do
But Georgy Boy has all the fun. Until it's that time again in '72.
The campaigning here has just begun.
Before November there's much to be done. Susan Hartford '69
WELL DONE AND GOOD LUCK!
A Complete Photographic Service
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SOUNDS OF BEA UTY
SILENCE . . . Though the wind blows fitfully thru the dry leaves--
YET, THERE IS SILENCE
QUIET . . . The droplets of rain splash to their deaths against the ground--
YET, THERE IS QUIET
STILLNESS . . . The thunder rages in the high heavens and it showers down its anger--
YET, THERE IS STILLNESS
DARKNESS . .The lightning brightens up the deep gray sky with its absolute power--
YET, THERE IS DARKNESS
SOLITUDE . . . The people carry on their business, scurrying about like frightened mice--
YET, THERE IS SOLITUDE
DEATH . . . I live butI cannot hear or see the beauty of the storm--
SO, THERE IS DEATH!
H. Hornyak '69
KING COLE BOYD 8: NOYES
"Makes Good Potato Chips" Bangor, Maine
DOUGLAS BAKERY J DICK S
Bar Harbor, Maine Harrington, Maine
What shall I do?
What will I become?
Do I want to do anything?
Or do I want just fun?
Questions like those arise in my mind Life will be easy and life will be gay,
When I'm just sitting and hiding my time. It'll surely be fun but only for a day.
The year is almost over and soon I'll be free, Then I'll get bored and begin to think
Free from English, math, and history. Of school, friends, books, paper and ink.
I won't have to think of what I shall wear I'll probably wonder where all my classmates have
Or lose sleep because of rolled-up-hair. gone;
Won't it be nice to stay in bed And if my life won't be meaningful before very long.
Sleep late, and not worry my head. Anita Beal '69
VERNAL 0. WOODWARD
Lobsters - Gas - Oil - Trucking
Area Code 207 Tel. 497-2244 and 497-5638
Be 211 s , Maine
Groceries - Free Delivery
Harrington, Maine 04643
JASPER WYMAN 8: SON
eiffj ilbridge, Maine
The Senior Class is really great
We get up early and stay out late.
We build our "bods" in Cates' Phys Ed
On what little we are fed.
The Underclassmen worship us
But magazines still bring a "cuss. "
No other class can take our place
We are the best of all our race.
Success is knocking at'bur door
No other class could offer more,
So we leave you with this happy line:
"You'll never be half as fine! "
Elizabeth Beal "69"
Teresa Stanwood "69"
R. W. MATHEWS 8: SON
GULF DIS TRIBU TOR
Gas - Oils - Range and Furnace Oils
Cher ryfield, Maine
Tel. Col. 483-2305
A THOUSAND SOLDIERS
A thousand soldiers
One quiet tear
A hundred little boys
With one big fear
One waiying woman
Still she prays
One young man
There he lays
An ugly gun
Three ugly graves
Two hundred prisoners
Three hundred slaves
Seven million tears
Black and white
Shed for the brave
Who were sent to fight
Shed for the men
Who have to die
For it helps to cry
Lissa Nash '69
WILLIAM C. UPTON
NEW MACHIAS DRY CLEANERS
97 Main Street
Machias , Maine
46 High Street
AUTHORIZED VW SALE and SERVICE
Next to the Shopping Center
Bringing You and Books
Clams :3: Pizza
to Take Out
High Street - Ellsworth
OPEN 9 AM to 12 PM
0p OPEN AND CLOSED
His eyes were open
What he saw was NOT clear
He laughed inside
When he called her "Dear"
His heart was closed
When he held her near
Her arms were open
Her mind was free
Her heart was unlocked
He held the key
Her eyes were closed
She COUld NOT see
Rebecca Perry '69
VERNON E. PETTIGREW
REAL ESTATE BROKER
EAMPBELL FUNERAL HOME
Licensed Funeral Director
and Embalmer REAL ESTATE BROKER
Re sidential - Re creational --
Lady Assistant on Request
24- Hour Ambulance Service
Che rryfield, Maine
3 Church Street
MACHIAS SYSTEM STORE
ROBERT L. CRANE
Ladies' Apparel - Accessories
Sales Lots Located -
Machias, Ellsworth, Skowhegan,
255-3997 for Information
on Sales and Service
Electrical Work of Every
Zenith Hearing Aids
37 Cottage Street
Bar Harbor, Maine 04609
Frigidaire Lighting Fixtures
Maytag Washers Lamps - Shades
RCA - Radio - TV Phone 288-3691
MOTEL 8: RESTAURANT
Open Daily 7 a.m. t0 8 p.rn.
Visit Our New Dining Room -
Complete Menu From a Bite to
Need Gifts at Reasonable Prices? The
Gift Corner at Tracy's Restaurant
You're Sure to Find it Among These
:kCoastal Novelties ??Maine Souvenirs
?itFriendly Village Dishware 63Glassware
:kPlace Mats ALSO: Photo Finishing
Service Wide Selection Kodak and
Dodge Cars - Dodge Trucks
Authorized Sales and Service
L. L. CROWLEY
RODERICK M. MILLER
AMBULANCE SERVICE FLORIST
Phone Jone spo rt
A QUEST ION
Breathes there a man, fool or wise, who
can make me understand
How in all of God's creation, a man
can judge a man by sight alone?
Explain how he says, "The best for me,
what's left for him is all right. "
And gives as reason, "After all, he's
just a black, I'm white. " -
Karen Perry '69
MACHIAS SAVINGS BANK
Incorporated March 1869
OUR lOOTH ANNIVERSARY
Monday through Thursday 9 a. m. to 3 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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CHOICE MEATS - GROCERIES
Milbridge , Maine
WA LLS OF STONE
Walls of stone, bars of steel, . . . a cell;
A cell in which we all live our lives.
There are births, deaths, sicknesses;
And the pattern never changes.
We cannot escape from conformity
We are bonr; we cry; we laugh; we fight for all that
we want in this world.
Yet we die, leaving behind the memories of accom-
plishments soon to be forgotten by all.
Some men are recorded in books, but who really cares
Students read, memorize, and forget.
These men are only stepping stones used for the suc-
cess of others;
Success which is rewarded by death.
A cell is a prison, the world is a cell, and life is the
Walls of stone, bars of steel . . . a cell;
Honey Hornyak "69"
VINER MUSIC CO.
Yesterday I took a walk by the sea. The beach was deserted and only a half-buried coke bottle near the
charcoal ashes of a fire that once had burned brightly remained as proof that anyone had ever been there at all,
I walked on.
The sound of the thundering water as it crashed down upon the beach - reminding me somewhat of a spoiled
child throwing a tantrum when not the center of attention - was caught by the giant cliffs behind and tossed into
the wind like the hawk from the hawker's glove.
I stopped and listened. Drifting back with the breeze came the faint mewing of gulls as they circled over
the water in search of food.
I walked on.
Night was beginning to fall and the sun, orange in the distance, spread fingers of color across the horizon.
Soon it would be dark.
I turned toward home.
B. Hayward, '70'
SCOTTIS VARIETY STORE RICHARDIS
Lunch Counter Bear Dynamic
Patent Medicine Wheel Balancing
Harrington, Maine T1res - Batterles
Tel. 483-2885 Harrington Tel. 483-97674
SARGENT COAL 8: OIL CORP. FREESESIS STAMPS
ELLSWORTH IGA FOODLINER
"THE OWNER'S IN THE
RANGE and FUEL OIL
COAL - ,
ANTHRACITE and BITUMINOUS FOR THE VERY FINEST IN
OIL BURNER and STOKER Meats
SALES and SERVICE
Shoes are things which cover the feet,
Socks are in between
Boots are on the outside
They're the ones that are seen.
Bonnie Look '70
RAY4S T. V.
Radio, TV, Appliances
HAWKINS' SERVICE INC.
Rambler, Scout, Moto-Ski
Chrysler Boats and Motors
Sales and Service
O. W. AND B. S.
LOOK CO., INC.
Wholesale Lobsters and
Compliment Ins ur ance Se rvice
Distributor for Cities
Jone sport, Maine
Ze nith and Hotpoint
Quality Appliance s
"We Service What We Sell"
Machias , Maine
I was by the bubbling stream
At night inside my dream,
Of majestic colors, blue and gold
My shimmering dream was being told
It thrashecl and stung
While being one .. .
Of the most beautiful moves
And not one thought did lose
The clear idea was life
Not the kind where husband-wife
But life as love
Were words alone
To my head this all soaked
And past thoughts were blocked
But this is all the kind of life desired.
Willey Drisko "69"
Meats and Groceries
Gulf Gas and Oil
Columbia Fall 5 , Maine
Plumbing and Heating
Columbia Falls, Maine
Groceries - Pizzas - Guns - Ammo
Aquarium Supplie 5
Columbia Falls, Maine
And the Ulalume spoke softly
As the gentle rain fell down
On a night in the springtime
When darkness came around
And the Ulalume spoke of Death
And it spoke of Love and Life
And it told the world around it
That all was not lost in strife
And the world looked back
And it searched in vain
'For the Ulalume who spoke
Softly in the spring - in the rain
Lissa Nash '69
ULA LUM E
10 Me. MNGQS, 94 wall 06A Hut 9663011;
Fch MWA, A sense Me. ,
Winte r Harbor , Maine
Milbridge , Maine
Wheel Line-up and Balance
Choice Meats - Groceries
General Me rchandise
i GA 2-6844
VOSEtS DRY GOODS
Ladies' - Men's - Children's Clothing
Telephone 483- 2949
A. L. STEWART 8: SONS
Blueberries; Canned, Frozen, Pie Filling; Vegetables
Cherryfield, Calais, Machais, South Paris, Freedom, and
SOCIETY 'S RING
I wear a ring.
I belong--this shows it--
It's there for all the world to see,
They know--they're smart--they can see,
I'm the happiest girl in the world.
How can they know of the weak link in a
once strong cHain?
What a. dull, dull shineI wear.
ButI wear a ring.
I belong . . .
Sue Hartford '69
RALPH LOOK, Owne r
Columbia Falls, Maine, 04623
Tires, Used - New Handyman Jacks
24-Hour Wrecker Service
Ice, Wholesale - Retail
Quaker State Oil
Jigger Sales and Service
Distributers of Oilzum Oil
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I 0' v 0 $
As I sit in my seat reading my Emily
Dickerson and you, your Robert Frost, many
black flying and crawling, annoying, pestering,
little creatures surround me. 'They buzz,
dive, nake'a landing zone of my nose, and
thoroughly distract me from my work. It
seems a constant war is in the process,
with out side losing.
Tney are everydher verwhelming. As I am
reading my boo '11 land on a word and I
interrupt my train of thought. Some day we'll
win, I think; signs are showing already.
Just yesterday, when I opened my bonk,
I found a fly, squished, but on the place
where I had ended.
David Pinkham '69
DELIA WILKES, Prop.
DOW PONTIAC, INC.
E11 swo rth, Maine
SHIRLEY H. CARTER
THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
169 State Street
A shville , Maine
Choice Meats and Quality
Phone No. 422- 6776
Pleasure is sitting before a blazing fireplace as immaculately white snowflakes swirl about in the darkness
outside; therefore, coziness is pleasure,
Pleasure is lying on the deck of a sailboat, absorbing the genial radiance of the broiling July sun; therefore,
relaxation is pleasure.
Pleasure is the days of retirement when one can look back on a rich career and elate at the fullness of life;
therefore, contentment is pleasure.
Contentment, coziness, and relaxation all help make life pleasurable. And pleasure is a part of that eterr
5 u IWQ'AIF-vIAC-LA up...
nal human goal of happiness.
J. Purington '70
"No load too small"
am, .e... . s a
"4,?1 ,Vm; Funny"
"No load too large"
HANDY E. PINKHAM and SONS
Pulpwood Dealer and Christmas Trees
wtwm;w':n hard vi-m y. s , - a. x
Snowplowing Driveways and Short Roads
Phone 546-7790 Steuben, Maine 04680-
LIFE 3 nd EMOTIONS
Love . . . hate .. . respect .. . disgust . . . peace . . . war .. .
They spin together to form a Catacomb of emotions
They each move separately in their own private motions
Tip twirl fall spin
To form a LIFE!
H. Hornyak '69
;.;....Ag AL 6
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
Sales and Service
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile
Telephone 255- 3605
O. L. 2 R. C. CARVER
Gene ral Merchandise
Carver' s Shellfish, Lobsters ,
Clams , and Crabs
Dodge Cars - Dodge Trucks
Authorized Sales -and Service
Gas, Oil, and Tires
Route 1, Cherryfield
Phone: 546- 2221
SULLIVAN FORD SALES
499 Hammond Street
Go ahead, Hard, plain,
Ask some human being Common-lookin'n . . . piece. "
Who happens to be standing around, But they don't realize
Of what use I am. That when this great Earth
One will say, Was Created
"I can't think of anything I was the first here.
That you are tremendously And what do you
Good for. " Suppose this entire
Others say, 9 Earth is made out of?
"You are definitely Me!
A piece of good-for- nothing, Linda Grant '69
H. F. PINKHAM
Mate rial s and Millwo rk
Hardware - Paint Supplies
Aluminum Windows and Doors
Phone 546- 7828
4 M 1 WBBS OF TIME 1- L
' H' den by locked doors and curtains,
y closed shutters and dark attic windows
These webs have gathered in years of emptiness"
RU Years of dreary days without caring.
p Never swept or brushed aside--
But left there to rot and fall--
MOnly for more to collect.
What stories could these webs tell us?
one, for webs of time gather only
her an has never trodden
Bonnie Look '70
L. A. GRAY CO.
One-Stop Shop for
Tel. 422- 6722
Hancock Sullivan Bridge
Sullivan, Maine Garage - 483-2706
Home - 483-2786
BYRON H. SMITH
8: CO., INC.
:5: Health and Beauty Aids :55 Du E
k Housewares, Toys, and Notions :1:
:1: Mac Donald's Vanilla :1:
:1: Bakewell Cream :1:
1: Smith's Extracts :1:
1: Three Crow Spices :1:
Just Above Bangor Shopping
365 Main Street Tel. 942-7351
Bangor, Maine 04401 Hours
Phone 942-5531 10 AM to 10 PM
MAI N E
MAINE PEOPLE BANK ON MERRILL
, THE MERRILL TRUST COMPANY
We are all eggs
In the same, tempest-tossed salad
Cracking out a living
Terry Gay '69
C ONGRATULAT IONS GRADUA TES
A FULL Visit Our 5 Convenient foices for
SERVE E peiiiililii QicoumsHome ??;?fieiiifitfm
NK BAR HARBOR BANKING
AND TRUST COMPANY
Northeast Harbor Southwest Harbor
Blue Hill Lubec
Member of FDIC and Federal Reserve System
DOWN IN THE PASTURE OF DEATH
I've worlds to see before I die
I've things to learn before I cry
I've a-ways to go before I lie
Down in the pasture of Death
I've songs to sing before I sleep
I've friends to help before I weep
I'll learn to walk before I creep
Down in the pasture of Death
I've good friends and I've good foe
I'Il sing it high, I'II sing it low
And I'll thank God before I go
Down in the pasture of Death
Lissa Nash '69
Parts - Accessories
MORRISON CHEVROLET, INC.
naughn - .
Chevrolet Dealer Since 1930
W LONELNwa g.
M is onel'ness?
wave upon -
0, please, what is loneliness
Tell me if you can.
B. West "72
BROWNG MARKET, INC.
A11 Western Steer Beef
Groceries, Meat, Hardware
Top Value Stamp 8
Grain and Clothing
F. W. BURNHAM, CO.
COLON E. HASKELL, Owner
Hot Water and Steam Heating
Plumbing Stoves 3
Paints Gas Ranges
Oils Oil Burners
Furnaces Bottle Gas '
MY CAT, THE SPY
Bobbie came to my neighborhood late in the fall of 1966 and has been there ever since. I believe that one
should mind his own business; however, Bobbie seems to be a suspicious character who ought to be watched. One
night soon after she came, I heard something prowling around outside of my window, but when I went to see
what was there, I caught a glimpse of her vanishing into the night. What could she possibly want with me?
WhenI return after a long day away from home, I sometimes see her coming out of my room and upon entering,
I can tell that she has been doing a little looking around. Things on my dresser are sometimes disturbed, per-
haps by her "pawing" through them. Other than her prowling around, her shifty eyes, and quiet but concerned
attitude, I also have other evidence that, I believe, tends to confirm my beliefs, but I shall not disclose these
at this time.
Susan Hartford '69
Ellsworth Shopping Center
Route 1, Corner of High and East
Maple Streets, Ellsworth, Maine
Open a Britts Charge Account
Hardware . Fashions
Girdles and Bras
Hosiery Boys' Wear
Girls' Wear Candy
Men' 5 Wear
Quality - Meats, Groceries
Ball Band Rubber Pacs and Boots
POLKIS GENERAL STORE
Indian Rive r , Addison
Grocerie 8, Me ats , Hardware
Clothing, Paints, Stamps
We Especially Cater to Older Folks
KENNEDY'S DRUG STORE
Milbridge , Maine
TUNE IN AND TURN OFF
The following 60 seconds, if taken seriously.
can give you health, cleanliness. sex appeal,
monthly paywentn, the cigarette habit, or
deletions tremors. The ideal conmercial,
of course, would do all of this at once.
But since no commercial is ideal, we, too,
give our versions in bits and pieces.
THE HILLTOP HOUSE
Home of Fresh- Baked Pizza
Bar Harbor Road
TO SUIT YOUR
KEYS DUPLICATED GROCERIES
Tel. 497- 5567
CB-KMA - 5712
Fernald's Special and Sunrise
Grant' 5 Dairy Products
Addison, Maine 04606
Gas - Oil - Tires - Batteries
Range 7942 Fuel and Diesel Oils
Fuel - Chief Furnace Dealer
Tel. - 483-2380
THE HOLMES AGENCYs-
Insurance - Real Estate - Appraisals
14-16 State Street
Ellsworth, Maine 14605
J. F. LEIGHTON co.
Dry Goods - Clothing - Footwear
Men's Furnishings - Notions
Milline ry and Garm ents
AUTO SALES 8: SERVICE
New and Used Cars
Bought and Sold
TO ALL THE OLDER GENERATION '
THANK-YOU FOR OUR EDUCATION -
NOW PLEASE STEP ASIDE -
WE ARE ALIVE
AND COMING THROUGH.
GENE AND WILLIE
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1,... THE cIUILIZED
RIER BUICK PONTIAC CO.
New and Used Automobiles
Marine Conver sions
LOOK BROTHERS, INC.
Groceries, General Merchandise
Gasoline and Oils
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Open Saturday 8 am to 6:30 pm
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MURIEUS THE ACTION AGENCY
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Ladies' - Misses - Children's
Complete Real Estate Service
and Infants' Apparel
Tel. 546-2425 Machias, Me. 04654
Milbridge, Maine Phone 255- 4496
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Machias , Maine
Tel - 225-8700
AND GIFT SHOP
Flowers for All Occasions
Tel - 546- 2435
ANN AND ROLAND WARREN
Chrysle r - Plymouth
Sale 5 and Service
C. H. MATHEWS, CO.
Quality Me ats , Groc .
Gene ral Supplie s
Tel - 546-2601
BEAL BUSINESS COLLEGE . . .
is a Junior College offering the Associate Degree.
You are invited to Visit or write the College for
details on one and two-year programs in the fields
of Accounting, Business Management, Secretarial
Science, Business Data Processing, and Computer
9 Central Street, Bangor, Maine, 04401
Look up. Look down. Lood around. Do you see the wind blow? the trees grow?
What do you happen to see? a candle glow?
Do you see the grass? the trees? life? Do you see the milky way? moods of gray?
Know questions. Know answers. Know something profound lover's play? ,
What do you know to be? Do you walk where birds fly? where people
Do you knowsbeauty? God? strife? pass by?
So does He
Where Angels cry?
So dOes He
CINDY FARREN '69
FRYEiS ESSO SERVICE
Distributors of Esso
Heating Oil, Gasoline,
and Bottled Gas, also
Tires, Batteries, and
L. P. Gas Bulk Service
When I was small, I used to continually ask a lot of questions about one of my favorite subjects - the
jungle. I always wondered about the wild animals that lived in its vast, green, depths, and all of the trees
that hung low, almost completely crowding out the sky. I was always getting big fat books from the library
on it and its inhabitants and cramming my brain with facts and tales.
As I grew up, I learned about another jungle - one that is very near to us, and being curious, Ibegan to
ask people about it. To my surprise many people had heard of it and some had even traveled through it.
One person I talked to described it this way:
"The jungle is truly very exciting because of the great contrast which exists there. The side which first
catches one's eye is to the left for there among the trees are millions and millions of beautifully colored
and fragrant flowers and shrubs. It truly is exquisite, the sun' is brightly shining overhead, and stretched as
far as one can see is a fresh, grassy path so well-trodden that it almost compels one to follow it. But still,
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there is something so dark and completely mystifying about the other side of this jungle that one must get a
glimpse of it before he leaves. The path here is much different, made up of thorny twigs, sharp stones,
stumps to trip over, and animals which look so much more powerful than a human being that a person is
utterly repelled by the whole dismal scene. The traveller would quickly turn away to follow his first impulse,
unless, of course, he has particularly good vision, for then he can see beyond these difficulties to the
beautiful, delicious, fruit trees from which he may find nourishment. "
Even then, the choice between the right path and the left path requires much thought, and this brings us
to the strangest part yet in this bewildering jungle, one cannot stand still or go backward for there is an un-
explainable force which pushes a person ahead as if to make room for other travellers; and as much as he re-
sents deciding which road to follow, he mu5t make a choice! !
Perhaps you've already visited this place? If so, how did-m find it?
KAREN PERRY "69"
Top Quality Heating Oil
Forced Warm-Air Heating
Hot Water Heaters
Call Us for Your Heating Oil Needs and
Be Assured of 24-Hour Emergency Service.
Burner Service by Trained Servicemen
The beauty of an autumn day,
The sky is clear and bright
The birds don't sing as children play,
The south is their aim of flight.
The wind blows round the dried-up leaves,
As Dad pulls out his rake
He cleans up the yard and opens the eaves
Before the first snowflake.
The rain falls, comes down in sheets,
It fills the gutters high
It overflows into the streets,
Where cars often pass by.
Pretty soon the trees are bare,
As you wake into the dawn
You realize that you're still there
But Autumn's come and gone.
CINDY FARREN '69
It's Good Business to Do Business with Union Trust
UNION TRUST COMPANY
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Cherryfield, Milbridge, Stohington, and Ellsworth Shopping Center
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