Newport High School - Live Wire Yearbook (Newport, ME)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1950 volume:
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LIFE AT N. H. S.
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Superintendent of Schools
Senior Class Pictures
Checking-up on our Alumni
Clayton A. Storer
Alta Carter, Frank Boylan, Ralph Gray
Left to right: lst row: Mrs. Hall, Mr. Norton, Mr. Chaplin, Mrs. Dickey, Mrs. Lanpher.
2nd row: Mr. Schmitz, Mrs. Dodge, Miss Covell, Mr. Curry, Mr. Mayberry, Mrs. Carter.
NR. STUART C. CHAPLIN, Principal
B. A. University of Maine
Algebra I, Geometry
MRS. MADELINE HALL
Maine School of Commerce
General Mathematics, Typing I-II, Junior
Business Training, Shorthand II, and Book-
keeping. Junior Class Advisor and School
MR. HAROLD NORTON
B. of Ed. Keene Teachers College
M. of Ed. University of Vermont
MRs. ETTA DICKEY
Farmington State Teachers College
Eighth Grade Advisor
MRS. PEARL LANPHER
Home Economics I-II and III-IV
Coach of Sophomore and Junior Prize Speaking
MR. MAYNARD SCHMITZ
B. S. Northeastern
Chemistry, Biology, General Science, Econo-
mics. Freshman Class Advisor, Assembly
MRS. HELEN Dooom
New Haven State 'I'eacher's College
University Extension Conservatory,
Girls' Glee Club, Boys' Glee Club, Eighth
MISS ALICE COVELL
B. S. Colby College
Columbia University Teachers' College
English II, III and IV, Advisor for Live Wire
Coach of Girls' Athletics and Coach of Cheer-
MR. WILLIAM CURRY, Submaster
B. S. Arnold College
M. A. Columbia University
World History, U. S. History, Civics and
Problems of Democracy, Coach of Boys'
Athletics and Sophomore Class Advisor.
MR. ROLAND MABERRY
B. S. University of Maine
Agriculture I-II and III-IV and Advisor of
F. F. A. Supervisor of Veterans' On-Farm-
MRs. GERTRUDE CARTER
B. A. University of Maine
English I, French and Latin
Senior Play Coach and Senior Class Advisor
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NEWPORT, MAINE MAY, I95O
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OE
NEWPORT HIGH SCHOOL
vol.. xxn NO. I
LIVE WIRE STAFF
Left to Right: lst row: R. Mills, Nl. Mullen, V. Booth, S. Smith, J. lloylan, J. Grendell.
2nd row: F. Hanson, I. Sewell, E. Parker, E. Garrison, A. Pratt, E. Look, W. Jarvis, Miss
Covell. 3rd row: G. Finnemore, R. Rich, W. Maynard, P. Heath, H. Plummer.
EDITORIAL BOARD FOR THE LIVE WIRE
Assistant Editor-in-I hief
Girls' Sports Editor
Boys' Sports Editor
Assistants Betty Look
Business Manager Westley Maynard
Assistants George Finnemore
Exchange Editor Frances Hanson
Alumni Editor Jean Boylan
Faculty Advisor ll.iss Alice Covell
, THE AIMS OF OUR SCHOOL
The new year of 1950 begins the first year N. H. S. has been out of debt in
the last four years. Iam not bragging or being sarcastic. rnly tryirg to rut
over a point l'his debt was not av y one persons fault. It came about because
ofthe Izcc if' sch 1 il spirit thrfmghout the student h ldv. With the help of the
principal, faculty. a'il with student co-operation. good school spirit has begun to
return to the school.
I believe I am safe in saying that the class of '50 is happy to see this turning
point before we graduate. We are leaving three swell classes to carry on the
work and the new class that comes in next year will be glad to pitch in, too.
The high school is back on its feet and has great possibilities. When the
future was dark there were no plans. Already there has been set up a list of
aims for the school to accomplish. We have the school spirit, ambitious students
and co-operative faculty to go ahead and carry out the aims.
The aims are, first, to take care of the neccessities, then bring in luxuries
later. The school needs new girls' basketball suits, vtarm-up jackets for both
boys and girls. baseball suits and baseball equipment. Long awaited letters,
numerals, and numbers need to be bought and awarded to deserving students.
Ribbons, pins, cups and other prizes must be paid for, too. After these neces-
sities are taken care of, luxuries will be bought which will bring in more and
more school spirit.
The only way to pay for all this is for every student to get behind the school
activities. They must be behind the school to get the backing of the towns-
people. There is no place for faiiure in in the future of N. H. S.
Virene Booth '50
To the students of N. H. S. My topic may seem a little childish for high
school students, but I think it is a topic which concerns more students than one
Do you like to come back to your home room and constantly find your new
text books missing and that new pen or pencil gone? We all know that books
can be misplaced, but when they turn up with covers half off and pages torn, it
shows that these books have been abused.
As for this borrowing of pens and pencils, let's at least try to find the owner
when we're through with them. Also, I am sure none of us appreciate a loose
desk top or one that is so full of holes that it is almost impossible to write on it.
So let's make this a year of achievement in book knowledge, a year of pro-
gress in mental maturity as well.
S. Smith, '50.
WESTLEY MAYNARD "Clem"
"He may be thin, and look all in
But, - you never can tell. "
Class President 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vice President 3, Presi-
dent 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Live Wire Board 2, 3, 4,
Sophomore Prize Speaking 1st Prize, Junior Prize Speaking 1st
Prize, Senior Play, One-Act Play 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Win-
ter Carnival King Candidate 4, Winter Sports 2, Captain of Maga-
zine Campaign 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Cross Country 4, "N" Club
4, Booster Board 2, Address of Welcome, Baseball 1,2,3,4.
"I've taken my fun where I found it. "
Class Vice president 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Glee Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Live Wire Board 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor in
Chief 4, Editor in Chief 4, "N" Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
4, Sophomore Prize Speaking Alternate, Senior Play, Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Homemakers'
Club 1, 2, English Club 2, 3, Winter Sports 4, Spelling Contest 3,
Spelling Contest Alternate 4, Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2, Winter
Carnival Guard of Honor 2, 4, Manager for Carnival King and
Queen Candidates 4, Valedictorian.
LOIS BOULIER "Andy"
"Like unto ships far off at sea.
Always homeward bound, is she."
Homemakers' Club 1, 2.
JEAN BOYLAN '
"Where there is a rumpus and a scream,
That's where Jean will always be seen. "
Student Council 33 National Honor Society 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g
Live Wire Board 2, 3, 45 "N" Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Playg Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 2g Softball 2, 3, 43 Winter Carnival Queen
Candidate 3gHomemakers' Club 1, 2, 3g English Club 2, 3g Winter
Sports 2, 4g Girls' Athletic Club 1, 2, Spelling Contest lg Winter
Carnival Guard of Honor 2, 4, Assistant Manager of Magazine
Campaign 3, Manager of Magazine Campaign 45 Class Gift.
EUGENE CARR "Gene"
"Beware the fury of a patient man."
Skowhegan High School 1, 2, 35 Attended Y. M. C. A. Older Boys
DALE CARSLEY "Dale"
"His thoughts and time are very full
Teasing the girls and skipping school."
Student Council 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Prize Speaking,
Winter Sports 3, 4g Class Marshall.
GLORIA CONANT "Thirza"
"O, aint love grand!"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prize Speaking lst Prize, Senior Playg
Homemakers' Club 1, 2,33 Spelling Contest 2, Class Marshall.
FRANCES DeBECK "Franny"
"She doesn't mind if its rainy and muddy
If she can be riding beside her Buddy"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "N" Club 4, Sophomore Prize Speaking lst
Prize,Junior Prize Speaking, Senior Play, One-Act Play 2, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2, Homemakers' Club 1, 2, 3, English Club
2, 3, Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2, Winter Carnival Guard of Honor 2,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Salutatorian
Lois Dow "Loey"
"So Cheerful, gay and happy,
So free from all vexation"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, "N" Club 3, 4, Junior Prize Speak-
ing' Alternate, Senior Play, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
l-lomemakers' Club 1, 2, 3, Winter Sports 3, 4, Girls Athetzcs L lub
1, 2, Class Will.
FRANCIS FIELD "Fannie"
A "The quiet mind is richer than a crown. "
Glee Club 2, 3, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4.
JAMES FLAGG "Jimmy"
"I'd rather be right than be president."
Sophomore Prize Speaking, Junior Prize Speaking, Senior Play,
Cross Country 3, Address to Underclassmen.
In I. X IN H CA RRISON "Betty"
"The magic of the tongue is the most
dangerous of all spells. "
llass ecretary 45 Student Council 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Live Wire
Hoard 2, 45 "N" Club 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Prize Speaking 2nd Prizeg
Hasketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 45 Winter Carnival Queen
Vandidate 3, -15 Homemakers' Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 35 Girls
Athletics Club 1, 25 Booster Board 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Spelling
Contest 45 Delegate to Girls' State 45 Junior Prize Speaking 2nd
Prize5 First Honor Essay.
ROBERT HAINING "Bobby"
"Well, I'll tell you, its this way."
Student Council 45 Winter Carnival Guard of Honor 45 Attended
Y. M. C. A. Older Boys Conference 45 Class Will.
RICHARD MILLS "Dick"
"He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one,
Exceedingly wise, fair spoken and persuading. "
National Honor Society 45 Junior Prize Speakingg F. F. A. 1, 2, 3,
Secretary 1, 2, President 35 English Club 35 Class Chaplain.
DON MITCHELL "Don"
"Of woman no lover, no friend of the ball,
But a jolly good fellow, which makes up for all."
Class Vice President 3, 45 Student Council 1, 25 Winter Carnival
King5 Class Prophecy.
iUNICE PARKER "Useless"
"0 Love, has she done this to thee?
What shall, Alas! become of me?"
Guilford High School lg Foxcroft Academy 2, Glee Club 4, Vice
resident 4, Live Wire Board 3, 4, Junior Prize Speaking, Senior
'Im 3 Winter Varnival Queen Candidate 4, Homemakers' Club 3,
'- inler Sports 3, -l, Chairman of Barn Dance 4, Class Prophecy.
RONALD PLUMMER "Milton"
"The sun shines East, the sun shines West,
But Ronald knows where the sun shines best. "
'lass Secretary 3, Class Treasurer 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, "N" Club
2, H, 4, Senior Play, Basketball 2g Winter Sports 3, 4, Football 1, 2,
ixed Chorus 3, 4, VN inter Carnival Guard of Honor 2, 3, 4, Class
WILLIAM POTTER "Billy"
"True to one love, he has eyes for no other. "
Class Secretary 2, Class Treasurer 3, Student Council 4, Vice
l'resident4g Glee Club 2, 3, Junior Prize Speaking 2nd Prize, Senior
Play, Winter Carnival King Candidate 3, 4, Winter Sports 3, 4,
.Vlixed Chorus 2, 3, One-Act Play 4, Class History.
INEZ SEWELL . "Hymie"
"She is a friend to all, and loved by all."
Class Treasurer 2, Student Council4, National Hcnor Socieby4,
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Live Wire Board 4, "N" Club 4,
Vice President 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2,
Winter Carnival Guard of Honor 2, Alternate for Girls State 3,
Business Manager of Senior Play, Manager of Winter Carnival
Candidates 35 Mixed Chorus 3, Second Honor Essay.
The Class of 1950 entered Newport
High School as Freshmen with twenty
nine members. Out of these we chose
Gordon Richardson, President: Rich-
ard Mills, Vice President: Wanda
Greene, Secretary and Treasurerg and
Don Mitchell and Gordon Richard-
son, Student Council.
We certainly were red in the face
flipstickl at Freshman initiation, but
we enjoyed it as much, if not more
than the sophomores who had the plea-
sure of painting us up. At the Recept-
ion Night "Clem" really gave out with
t he "Hula-Hula", Frances DeBeck
sang "Symphony", the girls sang
"Give me Five Minutes More" and a
groupof four boys sang "My Bonnie".
King and Queen candidates for Win-
ter Carnival from our class were Gor-
don Richardson and Wanda Greene
with Richard Mills acting as campaign
We found, when we entered school
next fall, that we had only twenty-one
membersin the class. Atour first meet-
ing we elected Gordon Richardson,
President, Virene Booth, Vice Pres-
identg Billy Potter, Secretary 3 Inez
Sewell, Treasurer: Wanda Greene,
Don Mitchell and Gordon Richardson,
Student Council. Our faculty advisor
was Mr. Burton. G I
Although we were somewhat restrict-
ed on Freshman initiation day, we had
a grand time making those Freshmen
to look comical. The Freshmen were
good sports and had fun, too.
We sponsored a hay ride for the
school in our next meeting. It was a
long, cold ride but everyone enjoyed it.
Then came Sophomore prize speak-
ing tryout, about which everyone was
enthusiastic. This was the first real
event we had since we started high
school. Those chosen out of the class
were: Elaine Garrison, Pauline Lan-
caster, Frances DeBeck, Dale Carsley,
Gordon Richardson, and Westley May-
nard. Virene Booth a n d James Flagg
were alternates. Westley Maynard
took 1st prize and James Flagg second.
For the girls, Frances DeBeck won
first prize and Elaine Garrison second.
Winter Carnival soon rolled around
and again we chose Gordon Richard-
son and Wanda Greene as King and
Queen candidates with Richard Mills
as the campaign manager.
W hen September came around we
found our Junior class had only nine-
teen members. The following were
chosen for class oflicwrsg President,
Westley Maynardg Vice President, Don
Mitchellg Secretary, Ronald Plummer:
Treasurer, Billy Potter, Student Coun-
cil, Dale Carsley, Jean Boylan. Betty
Garrison and Westley Maynard.
The King and Queen candidates for
'49 were Billy Potter and Betty Garri-
son. Those out for sports from our
class were Eunice Parker, Inez Sewell,
Lois Dow, Betty Garrison, Dale Cars-
ley, Billy Potter, and Ronald Plummer.
We were very proud to have so many
members of the class participatingin
In February try-outs were held for
Junior prize speaking. The judges
picked the following: Gloria Conant,
Frances DeBeck, Elaine Garrison,
Eunice Parker, James Flagg, Westley
Maynard, Richard Mills, Billy Potter
with Dale Carsley and Lois Dow as
alternates. First prize for the girls
was taken by Gloria Conant and sec-
ond prize went to Elaine Garrison.
First prize for the boys was won by
Westley Maynard and second prize by
We finished our Junior year with
the Commencement Ball which was a
The Class '50 very proudly entered
their last year at N. H. S. in Septem-
ber. Class officers elected this year
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Rowlx D. Paradis, A. Easley,C. Brawn, E. Pinkhain, N, Tucker, E. Gorten, R. Parlee,
J. Grendell, W. Jarvis
Row 2: B. MacKenzie, J. Towne, A. Braley, J. Tardy, B. Oliver, A. Pratt, R. Tucker, R. Small
Row 3: M. Mullen, E. Long, G. Finnemore, R. Rich, P. Heath, D. Keniston, W. Richardson,
L. Holt, S. Smith, W. Stevens
The first Junior class meeting was
held September 14, 1949, during which
the following class officers were elect-
Ernest Gorten President
Richard Parlee Vice-President
Esther Pinkham Secretary
Nancy Tucker Treasurer
Janace Tardy, Wade Richardson,
Sterling Smith, Ernest Gorten
Our faculty advisor is
Mrs. Madeline Hall
The members of the class who ord-
ered their class rings last spring re-
ceived them in the fall.
Our candidates for Winter Carnival
King and Queen were Richard Parlee
and Constance Prawn.
Tryouts for Junior Prize Speaking
were held on Feb. 15, 1950. Girls se-
lected were: Constance Brawn, Joan
Graves, Delina Paradis, Alma Pratt,
and Janace Tardy. and the alternate,
Jane Towne. The boys who were jud-
ged best were: George Finnernore,
Paul Heath, William Jarvis, Malcom
Mullen and Richard Parlee. The al-
ternate Was Desmond Keniston.
Row 1: D. Burke, F. Hanson, P. Proctor, G. Fletcher, P. Harris, R. Brown, P. Ramsey, D. Mit-
chell, G. Gilman, J. Getchell.
Row 2: N. Day, A. Murphy, M. Cook, E. Gothberg, J. Wiseman. J. Gray, E. Look, M. Booth,
L. Ingalls, K. Rideout, M. McAtee, R. Rollins.
Row 3: L. Grendell, H. Plummer, R. Mills, N. Frost, D. Williams, Nlr. Curry, S. Turner,
R. Hawthorne, A. Braley.
Row 4: R. Gerry, R. Condon, H. Shaw, R. Dow, R. Sewell, K. Shorey.
The Sophomore Class started this
year with much enthusiasm regarding
class affairs. After one week, we
elected the following class officers:
Richard Brown President
Paul Ramsey Vice President
Patricia Harris Sec'y 8: Treas.
Frances Hanson Student Council
Mr. Curry is our Faculty Advisor.
Our first objective has been to im-
prove our financial condition. The
first project of our class was to change
the Sophomore Prize Speaking from
the Spring to the fall. Several inter-
ested students took part. This year
was the first time this activity has
been open to the public.
The girls' first prize went to Betty
Look and second prize to Kathleen
Rideout. Other girl speakers were
Nancy Day,Jane Wiseman, and Gloria
Gilman. Rachel Rollins was alternate.
The boys' first prize was won by
Richard Brown and second prize by
Donald Williams. Other speakers
were Norman Frost, Dale Mitchell,
Leslie Grendell and the alternate was
We have had a hayride and our class
won the first interclass Winter Carni-
Unless something unexpected hap-
pens, we hope to have one of the most
successful years in the history of our
Row 1: M. Proctor, J. Robinson, R. Estes, R. Myrick, S. McAtee, P. Patchell, L Gray,
D. Lancaster, D. Jarvis, M. Hawthorne.
Row 2: M. Lovely, M. Buzzell, F. Whitten, R. Nelson, M. Bryson, B. Bates, J. Ramsey,
J. Abbott, B. Fletcher, D. Shea, J. Jones, A. Garrison, A. Brackett.
Row 3: G. Tibbetts, R. Gray, M. Oliver, E. Gerry, J. Boylan, J. Carr, D. Long, T. Bragg,
L. Parker, M. French, M. Hussey, Mr. Schmitz.
Row 4: R. Chaplin, L. Tuttle, W. Berry, H. Rich, B. Whitney, R. Day, W. Noble, M. Varney.
The Freshman class of N. H. S.
held their first election of officers
September 13, 1949. The officers el-
ected are as follows:
Paul Patchell President
Shirley McAtee Secretary
Lewis Gray Treasurer
Joan Ramsey Student Council
We agreed to pay 31.00 a year for
dues and have a class meeting every
We plan to have a box social in the
At the meeting of October 31, it
was decided to send presents to Beulah
Bates while she was in the hospital
and to have a card shower for Eugene
Gray. We were to get a gift for the
president who broke his leg while skat-
ing. The class also voted to give 35.00
toward a gift for Mr. Kennedy.
Row 1:C. Hussey, L, Turner, J. Lander, G. Gilman, S. Smith, H. Nickerson, M. Jones, D. Day,
Row2: R. Henderson, T. Paradis, E. Turner, M. Stevens, H. McCorquindale, A. Finnemore,
E. Paine, L. Wing, M. Wiers, H, Fletcher, Mrs. Dickey.
Row 3: J. Weeks, J, Whitney, B. Cormier, S, Peterson, N. Eaton, A. Harris, R. Stevens,
L. Erskine, M. Brann, R. Gray, J. Easley.
Row 4: A. Tedesco, R. Williams, S. Gray, E. Gray, H. Seavey, D. Hall, E. Tardy.
President Stewart Smith
Vice President Goodwin Gilman
Secretary Janet Lander
Treasurer Howard Nickerson
Student Council Stewart Smith
The Eighth Grade, Class of '54 came
to school to find that we had five new
pupils which made a total of forty-one.
We found no one had left us during
the summer, although two pupils have
left school this year.
We presented a Christmas pageant
at the Town Hall as our assembly.
We presented the operetta, "The
Mikado," on Feb. 10th. It was quite
successful financially. We put a lot
of time in practicing the parts and
making the costumes and set. The
entire Class took part.
We are also are printing a newspa-
per, "The Sebasticook Tattler." Our
editor-in chief is Daniel Day.
Our two candidates for Carnival
king and queen were Howard Seavey,
Jr. and Janet Lander. Goodwin Gil-
man acted as campaign manager.
We have participated in Grammar
school sports. This year We had ten
out of twelve members on the varsity
basketball squad from the Eighth
Grade. We enjoyed a successful year
with an impressive 9-2 record. We
finished fourth in the Penobscot Coun-
A TOAST TO OUR JANITOR
We are all so used to an orderly,
well-kept schooland grounds that we do
not always stop to think who it isthat
keeps everything this way and in run-
ning condition. However, if anything
goes wrong with a piece of equipment
the first person we think of is the jan-
Once a year we should all pause in
the rush of busy activities and say
"thank you" to our janitor. So thank
you Mr. Strout and best wishes for a
Here's a toast to our janitor, may he
never forsake us,
For if he did, confusion would
He is painstaking, capable and
If he left us, what would we do?
If the school was on fire, you'd
"Go get the janitor, he'll put it out."
If a tornado lifted the roof and
took it away.
"Go get the janitor," the pupils
"Go get the janitor, he'll know what
Whether its fire, disaster, or just a
Let's sing him a song, let's give him
Let's make it so loud, it would
deafen the ear.
He deserves our praise and our good
Mr. Strout, our hats are off to you!
Arlene Murphy '50
Night and day the terrible picture
comes to me clearly. At first, dim, then
gradually becomes clearer and clearer.
I don't know how it started, wait, yes
it comes back clearly to me now. It
started with a casual drink with my
husband's political friends. Then, as
his power grew, I became an unimpor-
tant item in his life, but drink became
an important one in my life. Soon I
could not give it up. When my hus-
band, Tom, came home at night, he
would find me in a drunken stupor.
He was gentle at first, then he gradu-
ally turned against me. The sneer on
his face turned my heart cold as I
stared at him with dull, lifeless eyes.
Oh, but then the the beautiful pic-
tures would unfold before me like a
dream. Tom and I were walking
through a quiet forest, hand in hand,
and he gazed at me with love in his
The vision soon fades however, and
Tom stands before me with that terri-
able hate in his eyes. I cannot stand it.
l am losing my mind, yes, thats it. I
am crazy. My hand came in contact
with a heavy silver letter opener.
Raising the opener, I plunged it into
his back. He sprawled on the floor in
front of me as the blackness swallow-
Telling this to Doctor Benton is not
easy, but it was just a vision. I can't
understand what the police are carry-
ing from the cellar. Do you think I
am crazy, Doctor? Do you? DO YOU?
A TRIP TO THE MOON
One day as I sat nibbling on a huge
sandwich of sardines, lettuce and to-
matoes, salad dressing, tuna fish and
other miscellaneous articles, and en-
deavoring to study my latin, my mind
strayed from my subject and I found
myself dreaming about my favorite
It was then that the idea came to
me. Why couldn't Professor Zanuck
and I build a rocket ship and take a
trip to the moon? I was about to get
the professor and inform him about
my wonderful idea when I heard a
terrible explosion coming from the di-
rection of the laboratory. I ran as
fast as my short legs could carry me
to see what had happened. Icau-
tiously opened the door and peeped in.
The professor was carefully getting
up and was brushing himself off.
"What happened '?" I boomed. He
explained that he was only playing
with his firecrackers, one of his favor-
ite pastimesfI neglected to say the
professor was in his second childhood
and was quite playfull. I helped him
get his beard untangled and explained
The professor liked it and we imme-
diately started work. In about two
daysiwe were very fast workersl we
were ready to start. With our tooth-
brushes under our arms, we set the
controls and with a zoom took off.
We had traveled a few hours when we
came to a sign saying, Go slow. Only
24,000 miles to the moon. It was just
a few minutes before we arrived.
The people and animals were indiff-
erent to us and acted as though we
didn't exist, We walked around until
we came to a great big building which
was made up of ice cream and floated
in a little pond of soda pop. The
people all had spears and daggers and
ran toward us saying queer words and
throwing them at our heads. If only
we could make it to the rocket ship!
Finally we made it. We jumped in
and were off. We hurtled through
space so fast that our stomachs began
to object. As we were about to land
I heard a voice say, "Wake up, wake
up!" And wake up I did, sitting
right in the middle of the floor.
Elva Brackett '53
The day had dawned, just this morn,
So beautiful and peaceful.
But this sereneness did not last,
For Maggie had her hands full.
She had five kids, all her own,
And don't you dare deny it.
They all had hair as black as night,
And tempers to defy it.
First came Sue, the oldest girl,
And she was in a dither.
Her prize piece of calico,
Had been borrowed by little sister.
Next came Pete, the oldest boy,
And he was very flustered.
For how can you visit your very best
When your bow tie has been busted?
Next came Joe, a dandy boy,
Born just ten years ago,
And why God gave him such power-
I swear, I'll never know.
Next came Jane, the youngest girl,
The beauty of the family.
She had hair of black, eyes of blue,
And a nose that was a dandy.
Last, but not least, came little Will,
The baby of the household.
He was putting up a kick,
'Cause sister had a wrestle hold.
These kids, plus Maggie's housework,
Kept her on the run.
She always heaved a sigh of relief,
When the day was done.
But now as the day draws to a close,
And the kids are fast asleep,
Poor Maggie sits down in a chair
And rubs her swollen feet.
May Cook '52
A CLEVER BOY
While Mother was setting the table,
Father and John were in the living-
room. Then Mother called them to
As John and his father entered the
dining-room. John's eyes lit up with a
sly twinkle as he turned to his father
with the question, "Dad, how many
fowls are there on the table?"
His father looked at the pair of
steaming fowls, roasted a golden
brown, that lay on the platter.
He replied quickly, "Why son, there
are two, of course."
"Two?" scoied John. "There are
three, and I'll prove it."
"Three?" questioned the father,
puzzled. He had been 'taken in' sev-
eral times lately by his son's clever
tongue, but he determined to call for
an explanation. "I'd like to have you
"Easily done, sir, easily done," said
John with importance. "Now isn't
this one?" laying his fork upon the
"Yes, that's certain," said his fa-
"Andisn't this two?" said John,
pointing to the second, "And don't
one and two make three?"
"Really," replied the father turn-
ing to his wife who was beginning to
smile in appreciation of her son's
cleverness at 'getting one' on his fa-
ther. "Really, this this boy of ours is
a genius and deserves encouragement.
"Here, Mother, you shall have one
fowl, I'll take the second, and our
John here, may have the third for his
An old joke retold by
Dorothy Lancaster '53
Of all the courses the Sophomores take
This year at N. H. S.
I think that they will all agree
Our Biology Class is best.
We learn that a grasshopper has
And fish have three-chambered hearts.
The nervous system of a crayiish is on
the ventral side,
And had blood doesn't cause warts.
We learn why snakes are reptiles,
And how termites build their homes,
We learn why some birds migrate
And others never roam.
But now we're studying humans,
Their functions and their habits.
Later we're going to have projects,
Like raising rats and ra.bbits.
Nancy Day '52
THE STAR PERFORMANCE
It was opening night and the seats
in the huge theater filled rapidly. As
she waited nervously in the wings for
her cue to go on stage, Mary thought
back to the last few minutes in her
Her maid had put the finishing
touches on her costume and hair-do
and had checked to be sure the laces
on her snowy White ice skates were
tied firmly. Then as Mary turned to
go, a messenger boy rushed up to her
and handed her a note. After quickly
reading the note, Mary smiled know-
ingly. Then she placed the bit of pa-
per carefully on her dressing table
and had hurried out into the wings
where she stood. Mary thought of
the note once more. "Look for me in
Box 5. "Good luck," signed, "Dr.
John Holloway." Just then the or-
chestra swung into the melody that
was her cue. With a last whispered,
'good luck,' from her manager, Mary
glided onto the ice.
Two spotlights were immediately
turned upon her, flooding her and the
ice around her with a dazzling brill-
iance. She smiled nervously and be-
gan the intricate steps of her difficult
routine. The spotlights followed her
over the ice making the sequins on
her short jacket sparkle like diamonds.
The blue plums on her skirt swayed
gently about her as she weaved and
darted in and out to the music of the
ice follies orchestra.
Then, before she knew, she was al-
Only one feat remained to be done.
The one most difficult for a skater on
ice to perform. Could she do it now
before an audience? She knew that
out there in the vast sea of faces
watching her was one person who
would know how anxiously her heart
beat. Mary knew that he too, waited
breathlessly. She must do it! Around
the great stage she skated. Faster
and faster! Then she leaped four feet
into the air in a graceful arch. Com-
ing down she made a quick stop in
front of Box 5, her silver blades
throwing out a shower of ice flakes.
As she poised there on her toes she
smiled confidently at the man who
smiled back at her from Box 5.
As Mary glided off the ice, a young
man turned to Doctor Holloway. "She
was wonderful, doctor," he beamed,
"I see now why you wanted me to pay
particular attention to her." "She
was marvelous wasn't she,? smiled
back Dr. Holloway, "but the real rea-
son I wanted you to notice her was
that I told that girl a year ago she
would never walk again."
Betty Look '52
Paul R: "Mom, Ican't. . . "
Mother: "Don't say you can't. Ev-
erything is possible if you try hard
Paul R: "Well, let's see you put the
toothpaste back in the tube."
Richard B.: "You look worried."
Roy D.: "I am. My sister was ma-
king a cake and the recipe said, "Put
in the eggs, sugar, shortening and
milk, and beat it!" I haven't seen
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: J. Boylan, M. Mullen, V. Booth, I. Sewell,
Row 2: R. Mills, Mr. Chaplin.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
With a very impressive candle-
light service, members of the student
body of Newport High School were
initiated into the Nokomis Chapter of
the National Honor Society.
The initiation was conducted at
the baccalaureate service of the class
of '49. The formal requisitesgscholar-
ship, character, leadership, and ser-
vice were protrayed by Marilyn Mayo.
Eleanor Wing. Eldora Wade, and Olga
Haapanen. Rosalie Jones, Ruth Tomp-
kins, and Jack Randall were the other
alumni society members who partici-
pated inthe initiation. We were very
fortunate and glad to have them.
The faculty of Newport High
School has chosen the following stu-
dents to become members of the Nat-
ional Honor Society this year: Inez
Sewell, Jean Boylan, Richard Mills,
and Malcom Mullen. I
Row 1: F. Hanson, W. Richardson, W. Maynard, W. Potter, E. Gorten, P. Patchell.
Row 2: I. Sewell, J. Ramsey, J. Tardy, D. Carsley, R. Haining, S. Turner.
Row 3: S. Smith, S. Smith, IV. r. Chaplin, R. Brown.
The following officers were elect-
ed at the first meeting of the Student
President Westley Maynard
Vice President William Potter
Secretary Wade Richardson
Treasurer Ernest Gorten
The members are Westley May-
nard, Inez Sewell, Dale Carsley, Wil-
liam Potter and Robert Haining from
the Senior Classy Ernest Gorten, Wade
Richardson, Sterling Smith and Janice
Tardy from the Junior Class: Richard
Brown, Sterling Turner, and Frances
Hanson from the Sophomore Classy
Paul Patchell and Joan Ramsey from
the Freshmen Classy and Stewart
Smith from the Eighth Grade.
Our most important project this
fall was organizing the magazinecam-
paign. Members ofthe StudentCoun-
cil have been active in planning as-
sembly programs for the school. We
also sponsored improvements for the
two basements. These and several
other projects have made this a busy,
profitable year for us all.
Row 1: F. Hanson, J. Cfrendell, E. Gothberg, J. Wiseman, I. Sewell, E. Gorten, V. Booth,
L. Dow, J. Boylan, F. DeBeck.
Row 2: G. Gilman, C. Brawn, A. Braley, E. Garrison, J. Tardy, W. Maynard, R. Small,
P. Ramsey, W. Jarvis.
Row 3:D. Williams, N. Frost, R. Rich, R. Plummer, G. Finnemore, J. Flagg, Mr. Chapman
The first meeting of the "N" Club
was held in the French room with Mr.
Chaplin, as faculty advisor. We elect-
ed the following oflicers:
President Ernest Gorten
Vice president Inez Sewell
Secretary and Treas. Virene Booth
At present there are twenty-five
members in the club. In order, to be
eligible for membership to this club,
you have to receive an 'N' or an 'N'
certificate. To receive this, you must
participate in sports, such as basket-
ball, softball, baseball, cross country,
or be in the Glee Club for three years.
At last assembly the coaches will
present to the deserving students, an
'N' or 'N' certificate which will make
them eligible for the "N" club next
year. We are hoping to have many
We have not planned many activi-
vities this year because the many
other clubs have kept the students
busy. Before the school year comes
to an end, however, we plan to help
sponsor the Bulldog Jamboree.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Row 1: R. Estes, F. Field, G. Fletcher, R. Gerry, H. Plummer, A. Braley, R. Myrick,
RoW2: M. Hussey, W. Berry, E, Long, R. Dow, D. Long, T. Bragg, K. Shorey, M. Varney.
Row 3: L. Tuttle, B. Whitney, P. Heath, L. Gray, Mr. Mayberry.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
During the last year the Sebasticook
Stream Chapter of Future Farmers
of America has been very active in
Community project work and away
from home meetings.
Mr. Kennedy, who has been with us
for the past four years, left early in
February to accept a position with the
Farmers Home Administration. Mr.
Mayberry, who has been teaching
Farm Training at Bangor high school,
is our new Advisor.
We have elected the following offi-
President Ralph Gerry
Vice president Howard Plummer
Secretary George Fletcher
Treasurer Francis Field
Sentinel Alfred Braley
Reporter Richard Myrick
Carl Braleyf'49J and Ralph Gerry,
representing Sebasticook Stream
Chapter, placed second with their
rope splicing and rafter cutting at the
State Farm Engineering Contest held
at the University of Maine in June,
Community work projects during
the year included bicycle racks, the
merry-go-round for school grounds
and bleachers for the Armory.
Alfred Braley was elected Central
District Secretary at the Fall meeting.
Ted Bragg and Lewis Gray brought
home first honors in cattle judging at
the 1949 Farmers Fair at the Univer-
sity of Maine. Ted also took first in-
dividual honors and went on to win
the State Championship and a cup
trophy provided by Unity Feeds.
In the 1950 Basketball schedule two
games remain to be played. Of the
four played, we lost two, won one and
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Row 1: M. Proctor, C. Brawn, J. Towne,'I.Sewell, E. Parker, L. Dow, V. Booth, G. Gilman
F. DeBeck. F. Hanson, P. Harris.
Row 2: D. Burke, A. Brackett, D. Paradis, M. Bryson, B. Bates, B. Fletcher, M. Lovely,
I.. Ingalls, M. Buzzell, J. Ramsey, D. Shea, D. Lancaster, M. Cook, S. McAtee,
A. Garrison, M. Hawthorne.
Row 3: B. Look, J. Boylan, N. Day, A. Braley, G. Conant, E. Gothberg, K. Rideout, A.
Pratt, J. Abbott, J. Wiseman, A. Murphy, E.Garrison, F.Whitten, R.Rollins, Mrs. Dodge.
Row 4: M. McAtee, B. Oliver, R. Nelson, L. Boylan, J. Carr, J. Gray, J. Tardy, R. Gray,
M. Oliver, N. Tucker.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club is under the
direction of Mrs. Helen Dodge. At
the beginning of the year we elected
the following officers:
President Lois Dow
Vice president Eunice Parker
Secretary Inez Sewell
Treasurer Virine Booth
Librarian Jane Towne
On January 29th, we gavea pro-
gram which was heid in memory of
Mary Emery. The proceeds will be
used to decorate the music room. The
boys' and girls' glee club sang selec-
tions and Rev. Miller gave a biograph-
ical talk about Mary Emery.
We plan to have many other musi-
cal entertainments throughout the
year and we are sure they will be
Lois Dow, Pres.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row 1: R. Myrick, L. Grendell, P. Patchell, R. Brown, R. Tucker,W. Maynard, W.'Jarvis,
Row 2: R. Proctor, R. Hawthorne, F. DeBeck, G. Conant, Mrs. Dodge, K. Rideout,
L. Parker, A. Braley, M. Hussey.
Row 3: D. Williams, R. Mills, P. Ramsey, R. Chaplin, D. Carsley, L. Gray, L. Tuttle.
Row 4: R. Day, R. Dow, R. Plummer, W. Noble, S. Smith.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
The boys' glee club is working this
year under the direction of Mrs. Helen
Dodge. At the first meeting we elect-
ed the following officers:
Robert Tucker President
Richard Brown Sec'y Sz Treas.
Westley Maynard Librarian
On Feb. lst, the boys joined with
the girls glee club in the Mary Emery
Memorial concert. We sang "The
End of a Perfect Day" with the girls
as a closing number. We have dis-
cussed the Bulldog Jamboree and are
practicing numbers to be presented at
the program. We have worked hard
and are anticipating a successful year.
Row lc F. DeBeck, W. Maynard, E. Parker, R. Plummer, W. Potter, J. Boylan.
2nd Row: L. Dow, G. Conant, V. Booth, J. Flagg, I. Sewell, Mrs. Carter.
The three act play, "Aunt Tillie Goes
To Town", was held in the Town Hall
November 29, 1949, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Carter. In spite of the bad
weather, we had an excellent crowd.
The scene of the play takes place in
AuntTillie'ssummer resort. Aunt Tillie
is strictly against all men until she
leaves to collect the inheritance left
to her by her uncle. Then the plot
begins to thicken. Aunt Tillie soon
gets back with a letter from her uncle
saying that an attractive woman like
her should get married. At this mo-
ment she changes from a man hater
to a man hunter. Comedy was added
to the plot by the antics of Mervin
and Ronald who were trying to avoid
a Chinese pursuer. Mervin tries every
imaginable type of disguise including
a rain barrel and women's clothing.
Aunt Tillie finally marries the first
man she meets, who happens to be
Mr. Lorrimer. This makes every-
thing result in a happy ending of the
mad happenings that took place while
she was away.
Cast of Characters
Aunt Tillie Trask Eunice Parker
Ronald Howland Billy Potter
Luther Lormier Ronald Plummer
Lucinda Inez Sewell
Dr. Hattie Bing
Charlie One Lung
Aunt Tillie Tucker
The annual Magazine Campaign in
which the school participates each
year was held in November.
This year there were two teams, the
boys of the school opposed the girls of
the school. Janace Tardy was the
captain of the girls' team and "Clem"
Maynard was the captain for the boys.
The others in charge were as fol-
Freshman Captain Richard Chaplin
Eighth Gr. Capt. Roger Williams
The school sold 3305.95 in magazine
subscriptions. Their commission from
that sum was 310728, which was
turned over to the Athletic Fund of
the school for equipment.
Asst. Bus. Manager
The league spelling contest was held
at Hermon high school in October,
Newport was represented by four
girls: Betty Garrison, Gloria Tibbetts,
Betty Look and Nancy Day. Virene
Booth and Barbara Fletcher went as
alternates. Corinna won the contest
and Hartland placed second.
The highest speller was from Hart-
Hermon students served cider and
doughnuts to the contestants after the
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I. Sewell, M. Bryson, C. Gilman, B. MacKenzie, C. Brawn.
Cheerleading tryouts were held
about two weeks before basketball
season started. There was a turnout
of twenty girls.
Out of this group our veterans of
last year, Inez Sewell, Connie Brawn,
and Gloria Gilman were chosen again.
Betty MacKenzie and Marilyn Bryson
were also chosen for the squad.
This year we added substitutes so
that we could have five girls every
night. They were Norma Twitchell
and Eleanor Gothberg.
New suits were purchased this year,
which brought up the morale of the
girls. The suits were made in two
pieces with the jackets of white satin
and the skirts of blue satin. We also
acquired new megaphones of blue,
with a white 'N' on the large one.
Whether it was win, lose or draw
the girls were always there with pep
and plenty of school spirit.
C ROSS COUNTRY
Row I: E. Long, W. Maynard, N. Frost, R. Sewell, R. Small, R.Chaplin.
Row 2: E. Gorten, L. Gray, R. Parlee, R. Rich, Mr. Curry, P. Ramsey, S. Turner.
Newport High School opened its
cross country season by defeating
Dexter High, at Dexter, by a 33 to 22
margin. Norman Frost came in first
for Newport, Carroll Rhines third,
Sterling Turner fourth, Richard Parlee
fifth, and Paul Ramsey seventh. The
next meeting was against Dexter at
Newport. Dexter won, 35 to 37. Nor-
man Frost of Newport came in first,
Sterling Turner fifth, Richard Parlee
seventh, and Ernest Gorten tenth.
Our next meet was against Hartland
at Newport. The only two runners
to place for Newport were Turner and
Parlee. The last meet was held at
Hartland. The same two boys were
the only ones to place in this meet,
We had a season record of one win
and three defeats. We showed im-
provement under the coaching of Mr.
Curry. Our manager was Robert
The following boys participated in
one or more meets: N. Frost, R. Par-
lee, C. Rhines, S. Turner, P. Ramsey,
R. Small, W. Maynard, R. Chaplin,
E. Gorten, R. Sewell, E. Long, L.
Row 1: Coach Covell, J. Grendell, J. Boylan, M. Cook, V. Booth, E. Garrison, L. Dow,
Row 2: D. Burke, N. Day, A. Murphy, L. Boylan, J. Abbott, E. Look, M. Hawthorne
F. Hanson, M. Proctor.
The girls played hard this year, but
only won two games. Bad luck was
against us all the way but we are hop-
ing next year that it will change and
Newport will come out on top. Of
course we are losing a lot of the first
team girls, but we still have our subs
that are right on the job.
The four senior girls we are losing,
Virene Booth, Betty Garrison, Lois
Dow and Jean Boylan, have been loy-
al and faithful to the girls' basketball
team all their four years at N. H. S.
These girls played good games all sea-
son and we are going to miss them
next year. A lot of credit goes to
'Chummy' Hanson for her fine job as
manager. Betty Look did her part as
We will still have Jane Wiseman,
Janice Grendell fand May Cook who
will carry on for N.H.S.
The first team lineup: R.F. Betty
Garrison, L.F. Jean Boylan, May Cook:
C. Jane Wiseman: L. G. Virene Booth:
R. G. Janice Grendell.
The games and scores as follows:
34 Corinna 38
25 Oakland 24
39 E. Corinth 26
26 Carmel 27
22 Hermon 30
25 Hartland 36
23 Corinna 33
29 E. Corinth 31
29 Carmel 30
43 Hermon 46
24 Hartland 44
17 Oakland 31
Row 1: V. Booth, F. Hanson, J. Tardy, E. Gothberg, J. Wiseman, L. Dow, E. Garrison
J. Boylan, J. Grendell.
Row 2: D. Burke, M. Bryson, B. Bates, M. Lovely, M. McAtee, Miss Covell, J. Robinson,
D. Lancaster, A. Garrison, M. Hawthorne, M. Proctor.
Row3: B. Fletcher, D. Shea, M. Cook, R. Nelson, A. Murphy, N. Day, J. Abbott, I. Sewell,
S. McAtee, L. Ingalls, J. Towne.
Row 4: F. Whitten, M. Oliver, J. Carr, B. Oliver, L. Boylan, R. Rollins.
Our last year softball season turned
out a very successful one as the girls
team annexed the Central Maine Lea-
gue crown by remaining undefeated
through the season.
The first game brought the girls
through to a victory as they defeated
Hartland with a score of 10-7. It
really came as a surprise, but it cer-
tainly made the girls fight harder.
When our second game came, it found
the girls playing with real teamwork
as they scored over East Corinth 14-6.
Then came our third victory over Cor-
inna by a score of 14-1. It seemed like
an easy game, but without teamwork
it would never have been a success.
With three victories hanging over our
heads and two games to be played,
the N.H.S. nine were playing hard.
Then came our fourth game with a
score of 15-3 over Hermon. The girls
were really proud, but still had one
more game to go. The girls had their
hearts set on winning this last game,
but they got a scare before it was ov-
er. They still came out on top scor-
I'm sure the sportsmanship between
the first and second teams and also all
the subs who were always out there
practicing was appreciated by the
whole school. We can never forget
the credit We owed our coach, Mr.
Johnstone, for bringing our great suc-
Row 1: R. Hawthorne, W. Maynard, G. lfinnemore, IC. Corten, lt. Small.
Row 2: W. Jarvis, R. Chaplin, N. Frost, R. Rich. Mr. Curry, lt. Sewell, D. Keniston, W. Stevens
The Round Robin, played at the
Newport Armory, Nov. 18, opened the
basketball season for Newport high
school. This year proved rather un-
sucessful due to lack of experience.
The boys learned alot from the fine
coaching ability of Mr. Curry.
These two boys proved worthy of
their jobsg Robert Rich, manager and
William Stevens, assistant manager.
The First Team for 1949-50 season
was as follows: L.F. W. Maynardg R.
F. N. Frost, R. Hawthorneg C. G.
Finnemoreg L.G. E. Gorteng R.G. R.
The games and scores were as fol-
58 Corinna 68
32 Oakland 48
44 E. Corinth 33
42 Carmel 65
39 Alumni 23
33 Hermon 43
39 Hartland 49
34 Corinna 41
54 E. Corinth 51
28 Carmel 75
39 Hermon 63
41 Hartland 57
40 Oakland 44
Row 1: W. Stevens, J. Flagg, W. Jarvis, E. Gorten, W. Maynard, D. Williams, G. Finnemore,
R. Small, D. Keniston.
Row 2: R. Myrick, R. Mills, S. Turner, N. Frost, E. Long, S. Smith, R. Hawthorne, M. French
L. Grendell, D. Jarvis.
Row 3: P. Proctor, W. Berry, R. Day, R. Chaplin, W. Noble, R. Gerry, Mr. Curry, R. Sewell,
L. Gray, L. Tuttle.
Row 4: R, Rich, R. Dow, H. Shaw, B. Whitney.
The baseball season opened ofiicial-
ly after a few weeks of practice. The
first game was played April 28, with
Carmel at Carmel. Mr. Currydevel-
oped afine team out of twelve boys
and wound up the season with ,six
wins and four losses.
The outstanding players were Gerald
Morten, who did a wonderful pitching
job, and Ernest Gotten and Wilbur
Miller with their slugging ability.
The Outsanding Player Award was
given to Gerald Morten. ' '
The games and scores were as fol-
31 there Carmel 10
3 " Hermon 10
5 " Corinna 6
3 here Hartland 6
13 " E. Corinth 8
7 " Carmel 6
9 " Hermon 6
6 " Corinna 3
2 there Hartland 3
5 " E. Corinth 2
The line-up was as follows:
C. E. Gorteng 1B W.QMiller1 P. G
Morten: L.F. G. Finnemore, May
nardg 3B P. Hawthorne: CFIM. French
C.-RF N. Frost: C. S. Smith: 2B B
Jarvis: SS-2B D. Williams.
Row 1: V. Booth, R. Hawthorne, G. Fletcher, E. Parker, L. Dow, J. Boylan, F. Hanson.
Row 2: I. Sewell, E. Gothberg, J. Wiseman, M. Cook, E. Long, R. Small, D. Williams, S. Turner,
Mr. Curry, W. Jarvis.
Row 3: D. Carsley, S. Smith, R. Sewell, R. Plummer, W. Potter, B. Whitney, R. Brown,
R. Parlee, R. Chaplin.
Our annual Winter Carnival had an
experimental aspect this year, in that
it was interscholasticg each class org-
anized a team for the winter sports,
Fun was had by all, starting with the
first event. Cross country, snowshoe-
ing and skiing starting from Fletchers
and went to Tip-Top Hill. Down hill
skiing was held on Tip-Top also.
Afternoon events were held at With-
am Field. Girls snowshoe and ski
events were held first, then a relay be-
tween the Senior and Sophomore girls
which the Seniors won. The boys had
snowshoe and ski dashes and a relay
between the Senior and Sophomore
boys. The sophomores came out with
The evening attractions started with
a baked bean supper put on by an
committee of townswomen and home
economics girls under the direction of
Mrs. Pearl Lanpher. After supper
the evening was highlighted by the
crowning of the queen and kingg Inez
Sewell and Don Mitchell. This crown-
ing brought to a climax the impressive
processional march of the honor guard
and candidates. King Don gave out
the trophies to the girls. Eunice Par-
ker and Lois Dow, both seniors tied
for the high point trophy. Queen
Inez presented the trophy to the high
point boy, George Fletcher. She also
gave a trophy to the high point class
which was the Sophomore class. Ro-
land Hawthorne received the trophy
for the class. We felt this to be one
of our most successful carnivals.
WANTED COLUMN fRushJ
Razor blades, Paul Ramsey
Loud speaker, Richard Brown
More basketball games, Janice
Attention, Connie Brawn
A little pep, Norman Frost
Curly hair, Marilyn Bryson
A Metropolitan opera contract,
Gum, Douglas Long
Kissable lipstick, Janace Tardy
A barrette for her hair, Gloria
Latin Translation, Nancy Day
A beau, Nancy Tucker
An orderly biology class, Mr. Schmitz
Alarm clock, Jane Towne
A movie contract, Betty MacKenzie
Dancing lessons. Sterling Turner
Height, Billy Jarvis
A purple necktie, Mr. Curry
Money tograduate, Seniors
Less noise, more work, Miss Covell
Less studying, Juniors
A girl, Bobby Haining
More activities, Sophomores
Perfect rank cards, Freshmen
More fun, Eighth Grade
' ' Billy Potter
Best Cow Milker
Keeps The Class Going
Most'Athletic Girl Betty Garrison
Quietest Francis Fields
Most Bashful Jimmy Flagg
Craziest Lois Dow
Best Typist Frances DeBeck
Giggler Gloria Conant
Best Natured Gene Carr
Biggest Candy Eater Lois Boulier
Best Gum Chewer Virene Booth
OUR SENIOR CLASS OF N. H. S.
N E LE 'P GT?
ei 1 as if
E O, MT Y
THE RIPPLE Hartland Academy
A very good yearbook. Why not
put the write-ups on the same page as
the picture? A
ACADEMY REVIEW Foxcroft
A complete yearbook. It is neatly
arranged and the Literary section
is very good. The half page pictures
at the front of each section helps to
improve the book.
THE ROCKET Carmel High School
An excellent yearbook. It was
mimeographed Well and the arrange-
ment of your pictures added to its fine
E.C.A. ROCKET E. Corinth Academy
Yours is a good yearbook. May I
suggest mimeographing your book en-
tirely and putting the write-ups on
the same page as the picture.
THE MUSE Corinna Union Academy
A neat and complete yearbook. It
shows a lot of work.
THE MICROPHONE Hermon H. S.
Your yearbook has very good cuts.
Why not put the the class pictures be-
fore the sports pictures?
THE LEVER Skowhegan H. S.
A well planned and interesting year
book. Why not have a larger literary
THE MESSALONSKEE RIPPLE
Williams H. S., Oakland
A very good yearbook which is neat-
ly arranged. The Literary section is
excellent. I suggest enlarging the
senior class pictures.
BULLDOG Madison H. S.
Your yearbook shows a great deal
of work. The informal snapshots of
the faculty members are interesting.
Ithink, however, that it would be
better if the pictures of the editorial
board was nearer the front.
THE MONITOR Unity H. S.
A well planned book witha neat
cover. I suggest you put all the ads
in the back of the book and enlarge
your literary section.
THE CABOOSE Brownville Junction
A yearbook with a nice Literary
section. A well planned annual with
good art work. Why not have some
THE SCROLL Higgins Classical
Your yearbook was well done. The
Literary .section was particularly in-
teresting. You could have more pic-
tures and larger print.
THE SEDAN Hampden Academy
An excellent, well planned yearbook.
Very complete, and the art work is
THE CHRYSALIC Greenville
An interesting yearbook with a nice
Literary and Locals section. The ads
with the pictures are very attractive.
However, I suggest that you have
some informal snapshots.
THE SIGNET N. H. Fay H. S.
A complete yearbook which shows
a lot of work. A very good Locals sec-
tion and clear pictures.
CLASS OF '49
Eldora Wade, Houlton
Carl Braley, Plymouth
Roland Butcher, Palmyra
Ralph Flagg, Dixmont
Melvin French, Newport
Thelma Gee, Portland
Richard Giggey, Plymouth
Helen Gray, Corinna
Olga Haapanen, Quincy, Mass.
Paul Hawthorne, Newport
Allan Hubbard, Newport
Blaine Littlefield, Newport
Neal McKenzie, Newport
Wilbur Miller, Newport W
Gerald Morton, Newport
Mary fPageJ Fillmore, Conn.
Beverly Seavey, Newport
Carrie QSewellJFrench, Newport
Lauren Small, Newport
Maudefllardyl Smith, Newport
Herbert Towne, Newport
Cheslin Trask, Newport
Mahlon Turner, Newport
Marilyn Varney, Waterville
CLASS OF '47
Joanne Ballad, Augusta
JacquelinefBolwelll Davis, Bangor
LucilleiBoylanJ Gregoire, Fairfield, Vt.
Maurice Bradford, Newport
Wendell Braley, Plymouth
Richard Chambers, Pittsfield
Harold Condon, U. S. Navy
Hanna Haapanen, New York
Rosalie Jones, Lewiston
Richard Nason, New Mexico
Jack Randall, Palmyra
Nathan Reynolds, Etna
Joyce Sheridan, Bangor
Dana Small, Plymouth
Hadley Smith, Quincy, Mass.
DianeCWheelerJ Richardson, Carmel
Eleanor Wing, Bangor
CLASS OF '45
Joyce Emerson, Newport
Howard Gray, Newport
WinonafGrayl Bradford, Newport
Ethel CHendersonD St. Louis, Carmel
Jeanne Littlefield, Waterville
Quinn Rich, Newport
Colleen Richardson, Bangor
Homer Sawyer, Newport
Richard Scott, Newport
Howard Shapiro, Boston, Mass.
Patricia Berry, Bangor
CLASS OF '43
Arthur Anderson, Palmyra
Mildred CBrawnl Coates, Augusta
Vincent Conant, Etna
Kenneth Davis, Etna
Margaret Delaney, Bangor
Albert Fernald, Newport
Margaret Foss, Newport
Ronald Greene '
Roscoe Hicks, Newport
Leland McLean, Palmyra
George Merrow, Newport
Althea Rich, Newport
Buren Rich, Newport
Glen Richardson, Plymouth
Erwin Soule, Carmel
Irving Wiers, Newport
Vincent Tedesco, Texas
CLASS OF '41
Robert Bean, Augusta
Philip Bradford, Newport
Dwight Clark, U. S. Navy
Ernest Condon, Newport
Wilton Devereaux, Augusta
Gerald Emerson, Newport
Dwight Frazer, Bangor
Gloria Gravos, California
Geraldine McIntyre, California
Henry Ordway, Newport
Barbara CPennellD Cheney, Newp'ort
Waldo Pray, Portland ,
Dean Reynolds Jr., Etna
Mildred fRichardsonD Berry, Newport
Sidney Shapiro, Bangor
Lauriston Smith, Palmyra
Jean fShawJShaw, N. Carolina
Mary CTardyJ Brewer. Newport
Raymond Tardy, Newport
Edwin Towne, Newport
Henry Vance, deceased
Buialo, N. Y.
Newport High School Graduates who
have gone directly to colleges:
Class of 1945
Jeanne Littlefield Colby
Colleen Richardson U. of M.
Howard Shapiro U. of M.
Class of 1946
Emily Huse U. of M.
Marilyn Huse U. of M.
Shirley Look Westbrook Jr. College
Class of 1947
Hadley Smith Eastern Nazarene
Richard Mason Farmington State
Class of 1948
Phyllis Ramsey Farmington State
9 Teachers College
James Smith U. of M.
Friend 8L Friend
Sales 7044 Service
Body and Fender Work
Gasoline Motor Oils Fuel Oils Tires
Newport Phone 4
YOU'VE TRIED THE REST
NOW TRY THE BEST
Texaco Gas - Oils - Greases
Range - Fuel
Tires and Accessories
Elm St. Newport
H. P. Hood ii
Plymouth Woolen Mills
Virgin Wool Buffalo Plaid Shirting
Mace's Garage 8x Auto Supply
WHOLESALE sr RETAIL AUTO PARTS
Repairs Painting Used Cars
Tel. 89-3 Newport
The Prescription Pharmacy
Barrows and Barrows
Bob Mewow, Prop.
Tel. Store 41 Residence 29-Z Newport
VV. I-I. SMITH
Dupont Paints Farmall Tractors
Farm Machines Parts
23 Mill St. Newport Tel. 200
M- 1 -. . ...-U,---11-7 4, ---rf'--'li - ' Y..
Hanson Hardware Co.
Plumbing Heating Hardware Paints Stoves Refrigerators
Washing Machines Electrical Supplies Coal and Lumber
Milking Machines Pumps Milk Coolers
Newport Tel. 200
G. I. Higgins, Nl. D.
Urban I-I. Merrill, M. D.
ELECTRICAL AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE
FARM REFRIGERATION SERVICE A SPECIALITY
We Are Equipped To Service All Wiring
Oil Burner Service
Tel' Lili Newport
Jackson Kz White
Class Of 1950
My Hobby - - Your Satisfaction
Milk and Cream
Raw , Pasteurized Homogenized
- Andy -
B-B Dairy Feeds MaCo Poultry Feeds
Millard F. Palmer, Mgr.
T l. 161 Newport
B W' h i -i S nw- - in :hi F-
est is as To HAYNIUNITS EUFFEE SHOP
THE CLASS OF 1950
, MPERCYH Steaks, Chops, Seafoods, Sandwiches
-111-11-11-1 Z4 Hour Service Tel. 8012
Emfmrs mx: Esau uns a mi
NCWPOH Tel. 164 Newport
-, --me Y , .Y , , -1-mn-.Q--Y 1 -I1 ,
Gulf Service Phone 230-2
Paine's Motor Company
73 Main St. Newport
Pontiac Cars Sales and Service
Used Cars G M C Trucks
General Automotive Repair
HOME FURNISHINGS AND APPLIANCES
Allstate Equipment Corp.
62 OAK ST. BANGOR
Terms To Nleet Your Needs
See 'Phil' Maynard
Your Local Representative
TEL. 223 NEVVPORT
41" " , ' mar
U. ll. MEHHIFIELU UU. Young
'X 'fl Q A Girls
l X J-g li. ., 3 -E i Find
School and Office Supphes Li 51 V
ZZ Central St. Bangor Young
i i Fashlons
UAKIN SPIIHTINE nouns nn. 1
Headquarters for Famous ll B ry-
Sports Epuipment all , 60'
Chuck Taylor Athletic Footwear M- M4 V
Byron H. Smith Co.
124 Pickering Square Q
E. M. REYNOLDS
G. L. SMITH
William S. Cole
Attorney At Law Tax Consultant
15 Water St. Newport
W. E. Whitney and Son
Bulova, Gruen, Hamilton, Girard-Perregaux Watches
1847 Rogers Bros. and Community Plate
Towle, Lunt, Heirloom, International Sterling Silver
Maurice J. Fineson
347 Center St. Tel. 5745 Bangor
Class Rings Class Pins Medals
Official Jeweler To Newport High School
1937 To 1949 Classes
Representing Loren Murchison and Co.
' ' '
:I Y-I ,-
, 'L if + ,1 I 2
Fine Printing Plates
9 Broad St. Bangor
Corinna Insurance Agency
I-I. R, Hamm, Mgr.
Tel. 62 Corinna
Atlantic Stove Co.
205 Exchange St' Bangor SPHINE STHEET EHEENHUUSE
Compliments 07' Charlotte B. Webber, Prop.
Taxi Service Tel. 262-3 Dexter
- el.--F. . ,, , , . Y
W. C. Bryant and Sons, Inc.
Eastern Maine's Oldest and Finest jewelry Store
Diamond Merchants For Three Generations
46 Main St. Bangor
l- --I K '-- 'pi--L 1 A
Abbie's Esso Station
The Service You Get When You Want It
Esso Range SL Fuel Oils
Koritsky's Department Store
Main St. Dexter
D. D. Terrill Saw Co.
The Famous Terrill Saws and Tools
126 Exchange St. Bangor
l... B. Soper
F ernald Block Main St.
F itzpatrick's El5lEHN MAINE BRAIN UU
Meats 8: Groceries Werthmore
Free Parking Poultry and Dairy Feeds
Newport T l 23 C
Rawclings l. G. A.
For Quality Foods at Lowest Possible Prices
Beer and Ale To Take Out
Tel. 100 We Deliver Newport
-- - V - 2 -v--1-
Green 8: White Garage
H. H. Branscombe
Repairing All Makes Cars 8: Trucks
Newport On the Bangor Rd
East Newport Phone 235
Your Printing Orders, Please us
Our Quality and Service, will please you
Dexter Motor Sales Pipe's Meat Market
Sales FORD Service
Fancy Western and Native Beef
Supplies and Repairs
North St. Dover-Foxcroft
Compliments Congratulations To The
Class of 1950
Slwe Store Gables Grocery
Of Bangor Dexter
Snowflake Canning Co.
Fresh Vegetable Processors
Canned Beans, Carrots, Corn, Peas, Potatoes and Dehydrated Potatoes
Quick Frozen Beans, Corn, Peas and Potatoes
Spiro's Shoe Hospital
Dupllcator CO' 120 Main St. Bangor
I Compliments of -
197 mate St' Southard of Bangor
Bangor Modern Store Equipment
195 Exchange St. Bangos
Compliments Of Maine Coal Storage Inc.,
Viner's Music Store
Maie's Most Complete Music Store
51 Pickering Sq. Bangor Pickerin gSq. Bangor
Compliments Of Merton Davis
O- M. Carr Tydol Gas Oils Accessories
Cigarettes Ice Cream Sodas
Meet and Eat At
The Yankee Cafe
Regular Meals and Lunches Fountain Service
H. J. Frazer, Prop. Newport
D d Cl h
Donald Pratt co. M 0 ge of es
89 Main Sli. Bangor
W. L. Tilton
18 Hammond St. Bangor POOL 85 BQWLING
The Fayseott tlorrroration
Manutaeturers ot Textile Maehinery
Waterville Hardware 8.1 Plumbing Co.
PAINT and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
20 Main St. Tel. 413 - 414 Waterville
d It Ad - ' G
W. S, Pillsbury sa son Hen S Mage
Kaiser Frazer SL
h nu Johnson Outboad Motors
P one 163 Watervx e Pittsfield
amp ments of Cut Price Clothing Store
D. W. Brown
The New Atlantic Restaurant
EXCELLENT FOOD WELL SERVED
66 Main St.
T. D. Mourkas, Mgr.
Tel. 8810 or 9129
John Paul Co.
Short or Tall - Big or Small
John Paul Fits 'em All
55 Pickering Sq. Bangor
L 1 + l
46 Columbia St. Bangor
Iudlcins Insurance Agency
R. M. Flagg Co.
Plumbing, Heating, Refrigeration
Dexter 35-37 Franklin St. Bangor
Wright's Sporting Goods Compliments of
DR. E. R. NAUFEL
54 State Bangor Pittsfield
Bangor Furniture Co.
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS
84-88 Hammond St.
, .,., - --
. ,, 'fif-
,-!- -Q '-
Barrett's 5 and 1Oc Store
STATIONERY SCHOOL NEEDS SUPPLIES
Both Corners of Main and Water Sts.
- i--3 --fz--
Hanson's Drug Store
DRUGS SODAS PRESCRIPTIONS
Water St. Newport
C0mPlimem5-9 Of BAR L RANCH
GERAI-lD'S STORE Dancing Every Saturday Nite
ANDERSON'S BODY LAKEVIEW DAIRY
and REPAIR SHOP
Raw and Pasteurized Milk
Y ,,,,--...- ,, --1-'mn - ef-- 'W 4 --31: 1 Iu
Newport Trust Company
'The Bank of Friendly Service
Federal Deposit Insurance Corpor t
John Deere Farm Equipment
Sales 8: Service
Hudson Farm Equipment Gibson Refrigeration
Compliments Mr. and Mrs.
. . Newport
Waterville F rult Co.
Jerry's Repair Shop
Lower Elm Tel. 197-11 Newport
COATS, DRESSES 81 HATS
C. H. Babb 8a Co.
106 Exchange St. Bangor
73 Main St. Pittsfield Plumbing Sz Heating Contractors
I - Hot Point Appliances
B General Electric Oil Furnaces
angor Drug Co.
1 10 Broad St. Bangor
Boyd 8: Noyes, lnc.
JEWELERS 8: DIAMOND MERCHANTS
25 Hammond St.
Dial 2-0183 Bangor
Christmas Rug Co.
BRoADLoo1v1 Russ 1 CARIQETS
i- -1 1 1'
Harmon Piano Co.
BANGOR BAR HARBOR
Steinway Wurlitzer Orgatron
Knabe Story 8z Clark Wuilitzer Lester
For the Latest Records on
VICTOR COLUMBIA DECCA
fWe have them alll
l... A. Dysart 5 8z 10 Cent Store
Maine's Largest School of Commercial Training
157 Park St. Bangor
Free Catalogue C. H. Husson, President
. ,Y . . il Y
Compliments of Compliments of
Jimmy Gray Bill Sawyer
fab: cmd .faella 7wza4am
Hoods Ice Cream Candy Cigarettes
Visit Maine's Famous Dining Room
Catering To Banquets and Small Parties
Pittsfield Tel. 1 05 Maine
R ll F C . . J
Owe me arms Williams' Snack Bar
Jersey Milk Cream
Newport Hot Dogs Hamburgers
B, QL E, Grocegry Hot and Cold Drinks
Gas SL Oil Sunoco Gas SL Oil
Plymouth Outer Elm St. Newport
Compliments JUHN J. NISSEN BAKING UUHP.
Banton Bros, Old Home Bread
Q Doughnuts Cakes Pastries
Newport 45 Columbia Sr. Bangor
Meats K Groceries
Emerson and Erwin
21 Water St. Newport
Pine Tree Stores
32 Main St., Newport
54 Main St., Pittsfield
Bailey Motors, Inc.
Oldsmobile Cars O. M. C. Trucks
Sales SL Service
Range SL Fuel Oils
also Gasoline and Motor Oils
Tel. 100 Dexter
Snow Nealley Co.
Wholesaler ot Mill Supplies and Hardware Specialities
and Manufacturers of "OUR BEST" line of Lumbering Tools
144 Exchange St. Phone 7842 Bangor
Friend Motor Sales
Mercury Ford Lincoln
Sales and Service
Don Susi Chevrolet
105 Main St. Tel. 124 Pittsfield
Compliments on your graduation to the finer things in life.
Fail not to include comfortable and dependable Chevrolet transportation.
We are Factory designated dealership for the Pittsfield-Newport area,
May We Serve You Today?
Davis and Davis
The Bangor House
"Food Fit For A King"
Guy L. Clark, Inc.
Your Friend Chevrolet Dealer
Front Wheel Alignment Wheel Balancing
Genuine Chevrolet Parts
Chevrolet Cars and Trucks
Palmyra General Store
I. A. Mann
Tel. 32-ll Palmyra
Goclin'5 Radiator S hop
Schwinn Built Columbia Bicycle
Malbons Mills Rd. Skowhegan
Brocl4way's Flower Shop Drink
. J ,
Floral Arrangements Corsages Glam S
15 Central St. Bangor Bangor
, ' Dial 4887
Turner 5 Diner
Home of Home Cooked Foods CO.
Tel. 1-I3 Corinna 213 Exchange St. Bangor
Walker Lumber Co.
DuPont Paints Lumber Hardware Millwork
40 Columbia St. Bangor
Fay 8: Scott
Amoco Products Williams Oil-O-Matic Heating Equipment
First National Bank
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Portrait and Commercial Photographers
45 Main St.
. jewelers and Watch Repair
Memories Live ln Our Portraits
PITTSFIELD RADIO SERVICE
Tel. 260 Pittsfield
PEOPLES' FISH MARKET
120 Broad St. Bango
H. P. SNOWMAN
Job Printers Rubber Stamps
27 Franklin St. Bangor
Main St. Ba g
gun i' Y "'-
Fox K Ginn, Inc.
MOVING STORAGE PACKING SHIPPING
12 HOWARD LANE BANGOR
PHONE BANGOR 5608
Where Your Dollar Has More Cents
FRESH MEATS FISH AND GROCERIES
Tel. 41 Corinna
Elm City Tuhaccn SI Confectionery Go.
BOYD'S FOUNTAIN CHOCOLATE PRODUCTS
25 MAIN ST. WATERVILLE
FAMILY SHOE STORE PHI,-,S LUNCH
Footwear For All The Family
75 Pickering Sq. Bangor DEXTER
B. 8: H. CASH MARKET BURRILL HARDWARE
HARTLAND Tel. 64-2 Corinna
Eighth Grade Class
Staples Oil Co.
ESSO RANGE AND FUEL OIL ESSO POWER BURNERS
ABC RANGE BURNERS ABC SPACE HEATERS
SALES 8: SERVICE SALES 8: SERVICE
685 Elm St., Newport Tel. 210 Pittsfield, 14 Main St., Tel. 339fZ or 339-3
Newport Bottling Works
"Get KIST For A Nickel"
Arcadia Flower Shop
Cut Flowers Floral Designs Plants
Maine Department ol: Agriculkure License No. 669
Reyn0ld's Lumber Co.
Custom Sawing 8: Woodworking Lumber
Tel. Etna 3-18 Portable Mill For Contract g
-5 l Comphments -
Rae'5 General Store .
The Mrllrurn Hetel
Paints and Wallpaper Skowhegan
Gasoline Grease Motor Oils and
Hartland Phone 74 Il!IegerH
' Compliments of
ggcvvz 4 I
We SW 2 Mary Uredrt Jewelers
dm? 45 Main St. Waterville
Pittsfield A Pleased Customer ls
Our Best Advertisement
CLlF,S sr-roE REPAIR
AND SHINE sr-roP
Expert Shoe Repairing
Grove St. D
The Biggest and Best Meal In Town
Poliquin Jewelry Store
FAIRFIELD CREAMERY UUMPANY
Mooseheacl Woolen Mill, Inc.
1 l l 'T E
ATKINS BROS, CO, FOR EVERY FURNITURE NEED
72 Columbia Street
BANGOR, MAINE CWVCW
Wailpafers Cgfwwiiure Qownjlany
Strahan and Birge Colonial - Park Straw 5 Pmsfield
WEBBERS DAIRY, Inc.
Augusta Road lV'i'7LSZOZl7, flIfl7:ll6
VITAMIN D IIOMOGENIZED MILK
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS
M. H. Foss, Mgr.
STERNS DEPARTMENT STORE
The Stores of nationally famous brands
Built on Value Growing on Value
E'S RAMSEY 6? GATES CO.
The Storc for Jllen and Boys FURNITURE FLOOR COVERINGS
WATERVILLE Dexter, Maine
5AWlELLE'5 SANDWICH SHUP '-OM':"AHD"S
.EXCL USIVE CHILDRENS WEAR
CORINNA, MAINE u I I
,QQ Colfzmubza Sweet Bangor, Mzzne
where Uhr muumheah Flrail Eivginz
B. K. Loolc, Prop. Tel. 209
LOOK INSURANCE AGENCY
A Friendly Agency Representing You
With The Strongest Companies
Judkins Sz Gilman Co.
HARDWARE - ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
FRIGIDAIRES - CONDE MILKING MACHINES RADIOS
Fairbanlcs-Morse Electric Pumps C+- Lighting Plants
PLUMBING AND HEATING ALL KINDS OF COAL
Tel. 67 Newport
Wool Reworlcecl Wool Rayon Waste
Daniel E. Cummings Co
Picking Spinning Carding
Newport Tel. 5
Wheeler's Esso Station
Atlas Batteries ancl Recharge
"The Right Place For The Right Service
Don't Forget Joe Call 30
Main St. Newport
I1-1 , El
gba Kmiichell Cg-insurance .lgiigency
Fire, Theft. Collision, Liability and Property Damage
Automobile Inszcranee--Personal Accident
Newport Tel. 58
Hand and Machine Sewed Moccasins
Ahulplg Ol. Maura, ELQIHB
Wiers, Barber Shop
Dr. T. S. Clement
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