Stearns High school - Northern Lights Yearbook (Millinocket, ME)

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THE NGRTHERN LIGHTS STEARNS HIGH SCHOCL MILLINOCKET MAINE 1952 ist 4 6 0 S 2 ll! -1 Q 4 Q F Q J' I A S 'gf' l ,.f I E, ,nfrfqx ,R-, M J. - A. , V ,P x,,.,J,E ' K Guides eff we Hg ,hiv -2. Mrs Mxchaud takes a 1ette1 from Supt Wlllxam W Hale X4 Z' Mr Dexby and Mrs Decker check school accounts. Four 5 Mr Benedict 1n conference wxth Prmcnpal Roy M Hayes. Mrs Arbo Home Economzcs 011169 vgv5'5 MSS Sth, S 6102 ,Bw c:'ffe1 W5 'fa P 130 Goh' 6701 D 1-1, Suayllf 1- X565 fecgs Pa Mrs Byther Mlss Grlffin Mxss Lynch Soczal .Sczence Mlathematzcs, Languages Mr. Buck, Mr. Tippens Mr. Robinson Mr. Hogan Industrial Arts -,.,,..-- zge Mlss Allen Home Economzcs Inga!-1 .I Five M1 Robmson 1'.c Dr Sullnan Mrs Hall Medzcal btaf Phyazcs Chemzstry Y' Coach Wentworth, Mrs Blake Physical Education Fslka Mws Clark Mr Stewa1t Mubzc 'Q Climbers 9 U 1 Y 1 U1 7 1 V NIQKVN N NJN!! QKUIKUNJIWJU 1 V NININJIKUR V 9,KUfwjllw!!lK'f!!K'!4Mf :Hhs VN A VNKNF A VN A VN 4 MNT A I A IANVN A IAN? A V fhffl I A I A I A A I A VN? 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'C 4 , U Q E Y U W l " "Y""m" , ' A ' :x wman Seniors L..- PATRICIA ANN ALWARD Pat Soc1alSc1ence Course Art C'lub 1 2 G A A 1 2 3 4 Gym Ex hlbntxon 1, 2 3 4 Futule Homemakels 2 4 Glee Club 3 4 Northern Mame Musnc Festnal 3 4 Operetta 4 Pattys the tall da1k gurl wnth a smlle for evelyone She s the fun lovmg type wnth lots to say Her heart doesnt belong to anyone s e czal although she has her favorntes Her weakness IS boys and we wish her luck ln Bangor and East Mxllmocket he1 two faworlte places for findmg them FRANKLIN R ANGOTTI Mouse Soclal Sclence Course Student Councll 1 Basketball Intlamural 1 2 3 4 J V 2 3 Va1s1ty3 Captam 4 Gym Team 1 2 3 4 Foot ball 1 2 3 Captaln 4 S Club 2 3 Plesldent 4 Being Mouse lll the classroom Jerry Lewls outslde and a regulal Bob Cousy on the basketball court has ealned Frank the tltle of best all around boy 1n the class We 19 glad to hear that he s headed fcr Hlggms next yeal Hell look mce ln a Taylol ed jacket of black and orange BEVERLY JEAN BEARS Bev Social Sclence Course Glee Club 1 Camera Club 1 Gym Exhlbltxon 1 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Majorette 1 2 3 4 Future Homemakels 2 3 4 Northelr Mame Music Festival 2 3 4 New England Musxc Festxval 3 Gym Team 3 Northern Lzghts 4 Senlor Play Make up 4 Bev IS the gnl we all envy for her tall slxm figure. She IS also noted for her swell dancmg her ladlant pexsonallty and hex way wlth a baton There must be a special reason Why Bev IS takmg Duver Trammg Clould be she has hex eye on a blue Buick' GLORIA RUTH BORRELLO G o Social Scnence Course Camera Club 1 Gym Exhnbltlon 1 G A A 1 2 Chxxstmas Pageant 3 Tall good lookmg and txhsh thats our Glona' You mxght thunk at finst lance that shes bashful but get hey talkmg about Jlmmy and xou cant shut hen up Her faxollte pastimes me chewing gum and flntmg We ll cutamlx mlss hen around here and N918 mshmg hem the best of luck Ezght WALTER LARRY BOUCHARD "Bush" College Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 1, 2, 45 Biology Club 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 35 Boys' State 35 Senior Play 4. Who is that cute little fellow? Why, that's Larry Bouchard, our class sweetheart. To look at Larry, you wouldn't think he could play football, but even dynamite comes in small packages. He plans to g0 to Mount Hermon next fall. He'll be a giood guard for any prep- school football team. GARY ALTON BOUTAUGH "Bout" Vocational Shop Course: Basketball, J. V. 2, Mechanical Engineers 3 Here's an easy-going, good-natured guy. Gary's favorite pastime is hanging ai iund the paper room, but he also finds time to go hunting and fishing. He doesn't pay much attention to women, but if he .had to pick one, he'd probably choose a blonde. Just wait till he gets hiS Navy uniform! MARILYN JOYCE BOYNTON -'.11arf1yn" Social Science Course: Camera Club 1, G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 35 Operetta 4. On dependability, Marilyn tiops the list. She's a prominent member of the glee club and did a wonderful job in the operetta. She's kept the glee club in stitches on all the festival trips. If she decides not to be a music director, we know Marilyn will make a terrific entertainer. PATRICIA ANN BUNKER llpatli College Course: Cony High School: Chorus 1, Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 3g Science Club 3, Chizzle Wizzle Juniior Booth Com- mittee 3. Stearns High School: G. A. A. 45 Glee Club 4, Northeihi Maine Music Festival 4, Northern Lights 43 Senior Play, Prompter 4, Operetta 4, National Honor Society 45 Class Prophecy. Tll0l'0lS no place like Stearns for Patty! A popular brunette, Pat has the kind of disposition we'd pay money for. She's cute and attrac- tive, but we can't quite decide about her future. She certainly has a time, with Joannie hiding her books. Why don't you put lead WeightS on them, Pat? RICHARD THOMAS BUTANIS "Dick" College Course: Biology Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 45 Gym,Exhibition 3, 4. Look out! Here comes Dick around the corner in his father"s Ford. lbick, tall and rangy, claims his weakness is girls, but he sure keeps it a secret. His future is an even deeper secret. He's interested in music, and he's piling up work experience in the mill. What's your guess? Nine 4 i 5 MARY ELIZABETH CARLSTROM lfluawjl! I Commercial Course: Camera Club 13 Art Club 1, 2g Gym Exhibi- tion 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 35 Glee Club 3, 43 Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 43 Operetta 4. Mary is the quiet type, but she makes the best fudge you ever tasted. She likes basketball and dancing very much, and she plans to be either a stenographer or the owner of a record shop. Mary belongs to the inseparable group of Patty, Elizabeth, and Barbara, the famous down-East gang. DUANE A. CARTER "Dwango" Commercial Course: Christmas Pageant 3. Duane is a very business-like fellow who should go a long way as a future employer. Duane's favorite hang-out is the type room, and why not? He .has to prepare for his future profession, doesn't he? Contidentially, we think the real reason is that there are always Aso many girls therel i ARMAND COLOMBO "Clem" Vocational Shop Course. Are you looking for a person who's good natured, no matter what? Well, Armand is just the fellow you're hunting for! One of the big "clowns" in machine shop, Armand is well liked by everybody. When he sees his graduation picture, he'll probably say, "It ain't mines." Best of luck! C'AROL JEAN CORMIER "Carol" Stenographic Course: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4g Cheerleaders, J. V. 2, Leader 3, Varsity 45 Future Homemakers 2, 3, Secretary 4, Gym Exhibition 4. Carol is one of our smallest, cutest, peppiest, and most popular cheerleaders. She holds the title of the best-dressed girl in the senior class. Her weakness is catching up on her correspondence. Carol is always good natured, even when she has to stay an hour for being late tio school! LORETTA EMILY COSENZE "Retta" Stenographic Course: Future Homemakers 35 Christmas Pageant 33 Snoops a-nd Scoops 4, Northern Lights 4. If you want to have a good time, just look up Loretta, she's always available for any kind of fun. Loretta is an energetic girl with sparkling eyes and a nice way about her. She loves commercial sub- jects, and her ambition is to become a secretary and have a private office. Ian ROBERT DANA CRAM Hvicn Colle e Course' Track 1' Ski Club 1 2' Debate 1 2 3 4' Band 1, g ' Y 1 Y 7 Y I 7 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, U. of M. Debate Tourney 1, 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 1, 3, Biology Club, President 2, Science Fair 2, Second Prize in Physics 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Bates Debating League 2, 3, 4, Snoops Ind Scoops 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Vice-President 4, Home-Room Vice-President 3, President 4, Junior Exhibition 3, National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4, Masque and Gavel, Vice-President 3, 4, Northern Lights 3, 4, Football 4, "S" Club 4, Basketball, Intramural 4, Senior Play, Technician 4, First Honor Essay. Robert "Vic" Cram is a second Albert Einstein, an expert debuter, and a baritonist extraordinary. Next time you see a red streak flash by up on Lincoln Street, that's "Vic" and his hot-rod motnor scooter. Bob is planning to go to M. I. T. next year, if his vehicle will get him that far! MARJORIE M. DAISEY "Margie" Social Science C'ourse: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Gym Exhibition 2, Future Homemakers 2, 3, Historian 4, Orchestra 3, Christmas Pageant 3, New England Music Festival 3, Band 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 4, Northern Lights 4. You can plainly see why Margie was voted the nicest-looking girl in the senior class. She plays the saxophone, and you should see .her on the basketball court! When we missed Margie from school, we found that she was trying out the hospital atmosphere before she signs up for nursing. ANNA MAE DAVIS "Anna Mae" Stenograplhic Course: Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Snoops and Scoops 4, Northern Lights 4, Senior Play, Costumes, Tickets 4. Wherever you hear laughter, that's where you'll find Anna Mae. She's always up bo some mischief. She has two weaknesses, chewing gum and telling jokes. Right now, her future is a big question mark, but since she's our most-helpful senior, we're sure that whatever it may be, it will be a success. NANCY JOAN DiC'ENTES IlNanDY Social Science Course: Future Homemakers 1, 2, G. A. A. 1,-2, 3, 4? GYM Ellhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, Glee Club 2, Biolnogy Club 2, Student Council 2, Band 2, 3, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, New England Music Festival 3, Class Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Class Prophecy. Nan is small, but with her sense :of humor and sweet smile, she manages to keep you laughing whenever she's around. Besides being full of life, she is also an. honor student. She's one of the best cooks in the class, too, but it's no use, boys. Here's one girl who doesn't need a Buddy. CHARLES ROBERT EMERSON UB0bH College Course: Debate 1, Track 1, Hobby Club 1, New England Music Festival 1, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, President 4, Basketball, Intra- mural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 2, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 4, Student Director 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Lights 2, 3, 4, Junior Marshal 3, "S" Club 3, Vice-President 4, Senior Play' 4, Operetta 4. When you know Bob, you know a fellow with personality plus, and who doesn't know Bob? With football as his favorite sport, Bob did an outstanding job as end last season. No one girl has been able to hook him yet, but lately we've occasionally heard him singing "Bears Barrel Polka." Eleven MARIE LOUISE EVANS "Man'rie" Social Science Course: G. A. A. 13 Art Club 15 Gym Exhibition 13 Future Homemakers 1, 23 Christmas Pageant 3. Tall, blonde, laughing, telling jokes, and wrecking Buicks-tnat's Marie. What's her hobby? What's her favorite pastime? What's her favorite subject? Men! Since her ambition is to be a telephone oper- ator, we think she should join the WAFS and get herself assigned to the switchboard at some Air Force base. CLYDE H. FOLSOM, JR. nclyden College Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 23 Ski Club 2, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Football 35 Junior Exhibition 3, Northern Penobscot Speaking Contest 33 New England Music Festival 3, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 3, 4, Home-Room President 4, Student Council 45 Senior Play 4, One-Act Play 4. Clyde rates high in lots of fields. His musical talent is varied, as he's outstanding on drums, piano, and accordion and even has his own name band. 'Clyde's reason for wanting to become a brain spe- cialist is fquotej, "If you can't work with it, you can always wuork on it." LLOYD LEROY FOLSOM ulluggien Vocational Shop Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 3, 45 "S" Club 3, 45 Senior Play, Asst. Technician 4. Lug is a. born athlete, and .he's always good natured, especially on the basketball court. Lug has earned his letter in basketball, base- ball, and football. He has not only athletic ability but also a steady girl. Mary Lou and Lug are our class couple. Why not? They're both wonderful kids! WILLIAM ROBERT FRASER "Stud" Vocational Shop Course: Baseball, Manager 33 Football, Manager 3, 49 "S" Club 3, 4. Here is the boy who keeps the machine shop a lively place all day long. Bill has been- manager of the fcotball team for two years and managed baseball last spring. He has acquired a sudden interest in sophomore girls lately-anyone know why? He plans to go to Higgins in the fall. JOSEPHINE LOUISE GAGLIARDI "Josie" Social Science Course: Band 1, Future Homemakers 13 Biology Club 25 Camera Club 2, Class Secretary-'Treasurer 2, Northern Lights 3, Home-Room Vice-President 4, Senior Play 4, National Honor Society 4, Class Prophecy. With her swell personality, Josie is thc envy of everyone. She can always put life into the dullest party. Her weakness is hunting, and she is famous for getting her Doe-without a gun, too! We know she'll be the nicest nurse that ever signed up for a nurse's training course. Twelve BERTHA ELIZABETH GAGNIER llBetty!7 Social Science Course: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 North- ern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 4, Christmas Pageant 35 Operetta 4. Looking for a blonde with dimples and a sweet voice? Well, you don't have to look any farther, because t.hat's Betty. She has the nicest disposition you could ask for, and anytime you see her she's either singing or telling jokes. Betty's going to be different and study to be a beautician. NICHOLAS WILLIAM GEORGE "Nick" Vocational Shop Course: Glee Club 1, 23 Football 3, 4, Bowling 4, "S" Club 4. If what you really want is competition in bowling or pool, Nick's your man. He's another Gordon McRae when it comes to singing- just ask any boy in machine shop. With girls it's a different story. Nick's a changed man, so shy and quiet. Just don't forget it's Leap Year, Nick! IJOMINIC CROCE GIACHETTI, JR. aanomrl Vocational Shop Course: Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 45 Operetta 4. Dom is a good worker in shop and very ambitious, too. He played one of the leads in the operetta, "Words and Music." Every day he transports a group of Little Italy students to school in his tan Chevrolet-always on time! Dom is going to look wonderful in Air Force blue. WILLIAM WALLACE HALE, JR. "Bill" College Course: Class President 1, Debate 1, 2, Student Council 1, 23 U. of M. Speaking Contest 1, 2, Basketball, Intra.mural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 43 Biology C'lub 2, Snoops and Scoops 2, 4, Band 2, 3, 45 Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 43 Northern Lights 2, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, President 4g Boys' State, President of Senate 3, New England Music Festival 35 Junior Exhibition, Second Prize 35 Orchestra 43 Gym Team 4, Senior Play 45 Contest Play 4, Salutatory. Here's an all-around fellow with personality, brains, athletic and dramatic ability, musical talent, curly hair, dimples, and big brown eyes. Bill is the only boy in the class whose flashy assortment of neckties compares with Mr. Robinson's. He claims his favorite dish is spaghetti, but we know it's Welch rarebit. WILLIAM JOHN HALLETT "Willie Hawk" Vocational Shop Course: Football 3, 4. Bill is one of those friendly fellows whom everyone likes. His favorite subject is shop, in which he's very smart. Did you ever hear him play his guitar? He's really good! Right now he's decided that he prefers blondes to red-heads. He wants bo get a job in an aircraft plant next year. Thirteen BETSYNELL HAYNES llBetsyll College Course: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Junior Exhibition 3, Orchestra 3, 4: Northern Lights 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Future Homemakers 4, Senior Play 4, One-Act Play 4, National Honor Society 4, Class Gifts. Quick? Yup, that's Betsy. She is one of the lucky girls with naturally curly hair, and a blonde at that! Betsy's favorite subject is home economics, but she doesn't really need that kind of instruction to get .her man. She's a born cook anyway, and you ought to see her maneuver a canoe. DONNA CAROLINE HILTON "Butch" Stenographic Course: G. A. A. 1, Band 1, Easter Pageant 3, Srwops and Scoops 4. Here's to the girl with a winning smile and a pleasant personality! We all know that her weakness is East Millinocket and her ambition is to be a Frenchman's wife. Seeing that there's only one Page in her diary that counts, it won't be long now. Good luck, Donna! GRACE BEATRICE IRELAN D 'iGmcie" Stenographic Course: Weathersfield High School, Weathersfield, Conn: Intramural Soccer 1, Softball 1, Basketball 1. St. Croix High School, Woodland: Badminton Tourney 2, Softball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Shop Club 2, 3. Stearns High School: G. A. A. 4. This widely traveled young lady tried out several high schools and finally settled for Stearns. She is a wonderful basketball player, and you should see all the strikes she makes in bowling. Although she hasn't let us in on .her love life, we're sure there must be a "someone" somewhere. PAUL STANLEY JORDAN "Skinny" Social Science Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 2, Varsity 4, Biology Club 2, Easter Pageant 3, Science Club 3, 4, Football 4, Senior Play 4. Paul is the only one in the cast who knew his part for the senior play-French, too! He's always talking in English, but nobody knows what he's saying. This year he's developed quite an interest in the freshman class, the interest is big, but she's small. Next year? Higgins. RICHARD BURTON JORIIAN llbickvi Social Science Course: Gym Club 1, 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, Bzology Club 2, Basketball, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Foot- ball 4, "S" C'lub 4. liick is a regular guy-good natured and everybody's friend. Wise- cracks are his chief contribution to plane geometry class, but in sports he's really right in the thick of it. If you're ever looking' for llick, your best bet is llukc's, where he's a virtuoso of the pool cu? just ask him! Fourteen AGATHA MARY KELLY "Agatha," Social Science Course: Glee Club 1, 2, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 33 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4g Smwps und Scoops 2: Biology Club 2, Cheerleaders, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Future Homemakers 4. Have you seen a cute little girl running to school lately? Well, that was Agatha trying to get there on time. T.hough nursing is her future career and she doesn't even take the commercial course, she's just crazy over writing out Bills. Agatha was voted class heartbreaker. Now, can you imagine why! JUNE IRENE KING "Junic" Social Science Course: One-Act Play 15 Gym Exhibition 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Exhibition, Second Prize 35 Glee Club 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 4, Home-Room Secretary 4, Senior Play 45 Operetta 4. June was vioted best-natured girl in the class, and she has certainly earned her title. Whether she is in chem lab, a masquerade costume, or riding around in a red truck, she's having a wonderful time. Who will ever forget June's magnificent portrayal of Madame Elise in the senior play? ERNESTINE E. LEGASSEY "Tim" Social Science Course: St. Martin's High School. Stearns High School: Gym Exhibition 3, G. A. A. 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 4, Future Homemakers 4, Senior Play 4g Operetta 4. . u Here is the Florence Nightingale of our class and another star in senior play as the French maid. Ernestine is a lively brunette with lots of personality. Her serious manner often belies the mischief within, but her'dimples always give her away. Her weakness, she says, is music. We wonder! JAMES EARL LYONS llJim7l Vocational Shop Course. Jim is a good worker in the shop and can do anything with a piece of machinery. He's another one w.ho hates to dress up, especially to have a picture taken. Take a look at the result, though, and it's not hard to understand why Jimmy was voted the best-looking boy in the class. MARY AGNES COLLEEN MacDONALD "Colleen" Social Science Course: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 American Legion Ora- torical Contest 2, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Senior Play, Asst. Stage Manager 4, Operetta 4. Did you say Colleen was shy? You may think so at first, but get her talking about Caribou, Canada, or East Millinocket and you may find out her whole life history. With Colleen's looks, no wonder she gets around! In the senior play she was la great help as assistant stage manager. Fifteen MARY LOUISE MANNY "Diary Lou" Commercial Course: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 45 Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, Secretary 49 Northern Maine Music Festival 3, 43 Northern Lights 3, 43 Bowl- ing Team 3, 4, Senior Play, Stage Manager 4, Operetta 4, National Honor Society 43 Class Gifts. When it comes tn sports, Mary Lou is one of the best basketball players and bowlers we .have in G. A. A. She's also a staunch sup- porter of the Boston Red Sox. All Mary Lou wants for graduation is the kind of Lug-gage that will last a lifetime. We almost think she'll get it. JOHN MICHAEL McDADE "Bird" Vocational Shop C'ourse: Football 3, 4. Hunting for McDade? Look for a big black Pontiac that sounds like an armored car. McDade is a tall fellow and a good prospect for the Air Force. By the way, girls, he's not going steady, and we have it on good authority that if you want to hook anyone, Jack is a good catch! JANICE IRENE McFARLANE uJa,nH Social Science Course: Class Treasurer 1, Snoops and Scoops 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 35 Gym Team 25 Cheerleaders, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4g Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Home-Room Treasurer 4, Senior Play, Properties 45 Operetta 43 Class Will. Jan is a cute blonde cheerleader with the worthy ambition of be- coming a combination nurse and housewife. She is peppy and has always been school-spirited, especially last year when Sid played. Jan says her favorite food is a hamburg sandwich, but her friends think it's Graham-cracker pie. CHARLES WILLIAM McGREEVY "Tubby" Social Science Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 33 Biology Club 2, Football 4. Tubby was voted most independent, and nobody would disagree! Whatever is Miss Gross gmoing to do without Tubby in English class? All kidding aside, we all know and like him. His favorite pastime is doing nothing, his ambition is to be a millionaire. With this combina- tion success is inevitable. WILLIAM RONALD McLEAN "Smiley" Vocational Shop Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 45 New England Music Festival 3. If you hear someone talking sixty miles an hour, you can guess it's Ilill. Bill's a good man cn the lathe in machine shop. His favorite pastime is following shifts at the mill, but sleeping runs a close second. Out of his dozen nicknames, we think "Smiley" fits him best. Sixteen BARBARA ELLEN McQUADE uBabsu Stenographic Course: Art Club 1, Band 15 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 29 Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Snoops -and Scoops 4, Operetta 4. Barbara, who is cute and small, is our class sweetheart. Correct? If there's one thing she'd rather be doing than anything else, it's dancing, and we know some day she will be dancing her way down to East Millinocket. Does her future plan to marry an Irishman have any connection with that? CHARLES B. MILLER "Charlie Boy" Vocational Shop Course. Whenever you hear a motor purring like a kitten, you. will know that Charlie has been doing things to it. He can generally be found either in Phil's Pool Room or in Little Italy. Charlie has lots of ideas for the future, but being a good mechanic is what he always comes back to. GERALD GENE MORRISON UPopeye!! Vocational Shop Course: Basketball, Mechanical Engineers 4. Here's one boy tall enough to see where he's going! He has lots of ability in the machine shop. He's a good-natured guy and well liked by the boys, but we'd better warn you. When Popeye is around, you'd better watch out, he always has a bag full of tricks to pull on you! ROBERT ALFRED MOSCA "0scar" Vocational Shop Course: Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V. 1, 2, 3, Varsity 4, Glee C'lub 2, Baseball 2, Ski Club 2, Football 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Senior Play, Carpenter 4. Bob is a good-.natured fellow with curly hair and a friendly grin. He has plenty of both .mechanical ability and athletic ability, as he plays both football and basketball. Additional assets are a blue Chevrolet and a steady girl-a combination which is making him an authority on East Millinocket. ROBERT THOMAS MOSCONE uB0bn Vocational Shop Course: Glee Club 1, 2, Gym Team 1, 2, 4, Bas- ketball, Intramural 1, 2, J. V. 1, 2, Mechanical Engineers 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival, 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3. Here comes the lady-killer of the senior class! Good-natured and well-liked, he's on his way. For some reason he has to check in at the eighth-grade room every morning, so he's always late for shop. There's no point in looking for him in the band, he's hidden behind his sousa- phone! Seventeen JAMES PAUL NOYES "Cozy" Commercial Course: Penobscot Sch s ' ' . Club 1, Basketball, Mechanical Englgggz tf?sT?55l?kf?gDi:r::,3Ec1 U. of M. Speaking Contest 1, 2, Art Club 1 2. Gyg, Team 1 2, Nev: England Music Festival 1, 3, one-Act Play 1, 2' 33 glee Club 1 2' 3. Bates League Debate Tourney 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2,,3,,4, Debate 1,' 2, 3: 4. U. of M. Debate Tourney 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1' 2 5 4. Northern Maine MUSIC Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2: Biology blur, ghrlstmas Pageant ,2, 3,'Snoops and Scoops 2, 3, 45 Junior Exhibition , OYS State 33 Boys Nation 3, Student Council 3, President 4, Masque 2-U2 Gavel 2, 3, 43 Nflfihern Ltqhts 3, 4, Student Council Convention 3, 4, S Club 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Operetta 4, Contest Play 4, Address to Undergraduates. A I Jinfs public speaking skill, his artistic abilities, and his role as a virtuoso ln volce and on the trombone have surely earned .him the right to be voted the most-talented boy ln the class. Anybody want to bet that about 1972 Jlm will become the first President of the U. S. from Millinocket! STUART WILLIAM OBERG Hon College Course: Freshman Scholarship Award 1, One-Act Play 1- Class Vice-President 1, Basketball. J. V., Asst. Manager 1, Manager 2, Dramatic Club -2, Vice-President 1, U. of M. Speaking Contest 1, Extempvoraneous DlVlSl01'l, Third Place 2, Snoops and Scoops 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Lights 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4, U. of M. Debate Tourney 1, 2, 3, 4, Bates Debat- ing League 1, 2, 3, 4, School Events Reporter WLBZ 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Junior Exhibition 3, Spear Speaking Contest 3, New England Music Festival 3, Regional Science Fair, Biology Division, First Place 3, State Science Fair 3, Home-Room Presi- dent 3, Class President 3, 4, Student. Council, Vice-Treasurer 3, Treasurer 4, American Legion Oratorical Contest, Local, County 3, Local, County, State, New England, Sectional 4, Masque and Gavel, Vice-President 3, President 4, Science Club 3, President 4, Gym Exhibition 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Boys' Bowling Team, Manager 4, Senior Play 4, Contest Play 4, Governor's Nomination for National Citizenship Award 4, Vale- dietary. Gracious! What this boy doesn't do! Billy is our musician, scientist, orator, and magician. He's also developing into Maine's number one foreign ambassador. He went to New York as delegate to a special UNESCO con- ference and is just back fr-om competing in the American Legion Oratorical Contest, Sectional Division, in Delaware! WALTER STANLEY O'BRIKIS ' "Bull" Vocational Shop Course: Basketball, Mechanical Engineers 3, 4. Stan is a good man around the shop and would rather be taking a car apart than anything you could mention. If you have any trouble with your buggy, just see this boy. Besides being the class flirt, he has the looks to go along with it, especially in his National Guard uniform. GWENDOLYN GAY OSBORNE "Gwen" College Course: Art Club 1, Future Homemakers 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1. 2, 3, 4, Snoops and Scoops 2, New England Music Festival 3, Band 3. Secretary 4, Class Vice-President 3, 4, Senior Play, Asst.. Director 4, Operetta 4. One of our best-looking girls, Gwen is an asset to the class. She .has served as a class oiiicer, in the band, and in glee club. Gwen is going to Fisher College next fall. Everybody's pal, she can't seem to decide on any one man. Never mind. We hear Boston's just full of bachelors! EILEEN ELIZABETH PINEAU llpeifl College Course: Art Club 1, Cheerleaders, J. V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, One Act Play 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 32 4, Gym Team 2: Skl Club ?S, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music' Festival 2, 3, 4, Gym EXhlbltl0n 2, 3, 4, Junior Exhibition 3, Masque and Gavel G3, Secretary 4, Future Home- makers 4, Senior PlaY 49 Opefetfa 49 Natl'-mal Hom?" Somew 45 Class Gifts. Pei is the girl who is always starting a new fad--anything from -dyeing her hair red to giving up wearing lipstick. She is our .class comedian, -no question about that! She can -act, sing, dance, and mutate HIEYOYW- with her pep, personality, and ambition, the klnd of nurse she ll be. Eighteen JOAN MARIE PLOURDE "Jeanie" Social Science Course: Art Club 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, Student Li- brarian 1, 3, Head Librarian 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, President 4, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, President 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, State Foul Shooting Contest, Second Place 3, Science Club 3, 4, Future Homemakers 4, Senior Play, Costumes 4, Northern Lights 4. A whiz on the basketball court and a fine friend, .here's one girl everybody likes. She always has a friendly hello, and we certainly hope Joanie's jokes UQ are better appreciated in the future. After a year as head librarian, she's decided what she wants to be is an athletic director! JEAN ELAINE RUSSELL "Jean" College Course: Art. Club 1, Secretary 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Northern Maine Music Festival' 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Future Homemakers 3, 4, Science Club 3, 4, Northern Lights 4, Senior Play, Costumes 4, Operetta 4, Class Ode. A sparkling brunette, Jean has one of those easy-to-get-along-with dispositions. She may be quiet, but never say she doesn't like a good time. She was a very efficient backstage worker for the senior play. Like three-fourths of the class, Jean wants to train for nursing. SHIRLEY VALDA RUSSELL "Shirley" Social Science Course: Camera Club 1, Art Club 1, 2, Gym Ex- hibition 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Science Club 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Future Homemakers 4, Snoops and Scoops,4, Northern Lights 4, Senior Play, Costumes 4, Operetta 4. Shy? Bashful? Quiet? That all depends on where this girl is! To look at Shirley, you wouldn't think that chocolate bars are her biggest weakness. Her ambition sounds easy, she just wants to be famous! We're sure she'll attain .her goal if she keeps her sunny smile and unfailing good nature. BERNICE ELIZABETH SCI-IOPPE uLizn College Course: Freshman Scholarship Award 1, Art Club 1, Future Homemakers 1, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, National Honor Society 2 ,3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Bowling Team 4, Northern Lights 4, Second Honor Essay. Liz is a smart little girl who's interested not only in books but in art and music. And what would the schuool bowling- team do without her? She appears to be very quiet, but just between us she's a lot of fun. Anybody know why her favorite program is "Down Easdl Hoe-Down"? MARY ELLEN PATRICIA SCOTT 4AMaryvr Social Science Course: Art Club 1, Camera Club 2, Glee C'lub Z7 Future Homemakers 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, New England Music Festival 3, Band 3, 4, Sinoops and Scoops 4, Northern Lights 4, Senior Play, Make-up 4. To look at Mary Ellen you'd think she was shy, but after you meet her you'll change your mind! Her dark hair and eyes certainly oon- tribute to her good looks, and when it comes to talking nobody can beat her. Here's another girl whose ambition is to be a good secretary. Nineteen nf it fd 'Dr S , ff' W . , , " - .ip - ..,. :LS . A ire f-59.-'f A :Q it JEAN MARIE SIMPSON "Jean" Social Science Course: Gym Exhibition 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Camera Club 2, Junior Exhibition 3, New England Concert F9StiV2l 33 Snovps and Scoops 3, Future Homemakers 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Northern Lights 4, Masque and Gavel 4, Operetta 4. Jean is an outstanding alto in the glee club and can harmonize with anyone from a first soprano to a second bass! She is one of Miss Allen's chief cooks and dressmakers, and she wants to be a nurse. With all these assets and her happy disposition, she can't help making good. SHIRLIE MARTHA SOUCIE usoupeyn Social Science Course: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Student Director 4, Gym Team 2, Christmas Pageant 2, Ski Club 2, Snoops and Scoops 2, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England! Music Festival 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Senior Play, Make-up 4. Soupey has a sparkling smile and a friendly word for everyone. She can really put the ball through the hoop, and when it comes to trumpet playing, Soupey just can't be beat. Frankly, she wants to be a physical education teacher. If she teaches the way she plays, she'll be tops! SYLVIA JEANNE TAYLOR "Sylvia" Social Science Course: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 2, Biology Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders, J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Future Homemakers 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Home-Room Vice-President 4, Senior Play, Properties 4, Operetta 4. The most school-spirited and the best dancer is Sylvia, and she'd rather play around with a basketball than anything else she can think of. Sylvia is a bright girl, but it sometimes takes a while for things to Don on her. She is small, but if you lose her anytime, just listen! DOROTHY ALICE TINGLEY uDotn College Course: Future Homemakers 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 1, 3, Camera Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Student Librarian 4, Science Club 4, Northem Lights 4, National Honor Society 4, Class Will. Dorothy, our small homemaker, really is an asset to the Home Eco- nomics Department. But cooking and sewing aren't all she does. She also plays both the violin and the alto horn. With such a sunny dis- position and so many accomplishments, we are sure she'll have a happy future. ERNEST STANLEY VAZNIS "Ernie" Commercial Course: Glee Club 1, Northern Maine Musical Festi- val 1, Christmas Pageant 3. Ernie is the strong, silent type and a confirmed woman-hater. He is especially fond of the movies. lf Doris Day is acting, he just sits and croons through both shows. For heavy literature he likes "Dag- wnod and Blondie." Ernie's favorite song is "Tell Me Why II Ever Took Bookkeepinglf' Twenty SHIRLEY MEREDITH WALLS "Shirley" Stenographic Course: New England Music Festival 1, 3, One-Act Play 1, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, Leader 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, Gym Team 2, Junior Exhibition, First Prize 3, Spear Speaking Contest 3, Home-Room Secretary 4, Snoops and Scoops, Business Manager 4, Northern Lights 4, Senior Play 4. High-stepping down Boston's Boylston Street at the head of the band was one of Shirley's big moments. Cute! Peppy! Sparkling per- sonality! What else could a good secretary need? Shirley's our class actress, and no wonder! Ilo anything but criticize her driving, that just Burns her up. RUTH ESTHER WHEELER "Ruth" College C'ourse: Art Club 1, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Biology Club 2, Camera Club 2, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festival 3, Snoops and Scoops 3, 4, Northern Lights 3, 4, Science Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Future Home- makers 4, Senior Play, Properties 4, National Honor Society 4, Class Gifts. Here's one of the luckiest girls in school. Yes, Ruthie has her man hooked and her future all planned. Besides that, she is clever at draw- ing and plays snare drum in the band. As for basketball, ymou can't beat Ruthie when she's playing guard for the Hoosier Hot Shots! JACQUELINE MAE WHIRTY "Jackie" Social Science Course: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders, J. V. 2, Leader 1, Varsity 3, 4, Snoops and Scoops 2, Glee Club 2, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, Future Haomemakers 2, 3, President 4, Northern Lights 2, 3, 4, New England Music Festi- val 3, Band 3, 4, Bowling Team 3, 4, Senior Play 4. "Hot Dog" is the girl with a cheery smile for everyone. She is an- other girl who hopes to earn a white cap someday, and we trust that her hopes will be realized. It certainly wuouldn't pay to get into an argument with anybody voted both most talkative and class politician! HAROLD GEORGE WHITE "Bruiser" College C'ourse: Track, Manager 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, J. V., Asst. Manager 1, Varsity, Asst. Manager 2, 3, Manager 4, One-Act Play 2, Baseball, Intramural 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Northern Maine Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Snoops and Scoops 3, New England Music Festival 3, Northern Lights 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 3, 4, Senior Play 4. Quiet, serious, intelligent, and studious-who but Harold? Although he's quite modest and doesn't say much HJ, he was lone of the best linesmen on last year's football team. Basketball manager this year, Harold carried the team-with the aid of the coach, of course-to the fore in Maine basketball. MARIE FLORA WILSON "Wee Wee" Stenographic Course: Glee Club 1, Future Homemakers 1, Christ- mas Pageant 3, Snoops and Scoops 4. Marie is the dazzling blonde who always .has a sweet smile and a special hello for everyone. Her favorite pastime is dancing, with a little flirting on the side. We know that Marie is planning to join the WAFS. We wonder if it isn't just so she can travel far enough to see St. Paul! Twenty-one Senior Superlahves LE 1 Mosq- C SS Slgxfwu Manny In Obelg STUDIOUS IZ Hoya Ycnsom a eth Schoppe MOST ATHLETIC BEST DRESSED Frank Angottx Joan Plourde Calol Jean Co1mxer Robert Moscone Dfarjo L Twenty-two 1 ze DajSeyO0JKING X a 1 QU YNY 1 sf +,102Eurg333 amcs bo mes L mme -WHS S Juniors H 'Z' ,dll-1 ,ns I First row Clark Hlggms, Barnett Beagan Haynes Ellls Larlee, McGowan, Stewart Brown, Hallett Second row Mrs Byther Russell Fowler Levellle Lexesque Chasse, Gerry A Murphy Gallagher Whxrty Mlss Stmchfield Mr Robmson Third 'row Thlbodeau Oakes Plckard Peters Peters Arbo Blssfonneftte Woodworth George, S McDonald Brown Mackm Fourth 'row W Murphy Frost Mosca, Bragdon Fa1quhar Kelly Tmgley Manzo Holt,J McDonald Ebbett an JUNIOR EXHIBITION WINNERS Plckard, Elhs, Larlee, Gel ry Twenty three Sophomores A H nina-azz-.msg Fuxst row Hallett Ifuel Hardmg, Blakely Banllcl Goodum Dovms C'la1k Bou taugli Kelly .Second 'row Mlss Marsh Halley Cunmngham Kewcr Gllchrlst Damell Hume Brown Davls M1ss Owen Fourth 'row Allen Hale, Daly Healey Hartley 'LOW nh .adn L, '7 1 w i First row Phxlbrook Vlolette Pelkey McC'ue Wxlley Madore Murch E Russell MIJFIISOD Vhlson .Second 'row McLa1n Pxnnette Welch Taxlor I Russell NICRCYSOH Mackln, Thlbo deau M McDonald Whlston Rldeout Mr Benedxct Tlwrd 'row Souc1e,ONeal Plante Lyons Olner P McDonald Roop, Nice Robbins S ruce Fourtz row Wallace Nadeau Martell McAvov Mcllade Smart Pelkey, Landry Tucnty four 4 .-,, V K H H 3345-,'. ' if -- ' : V I M V- ..N:'.... .- V 5 " , , I f 1. 1 Q 1 H, if A ' vk A L! lx 46 ' 1' ,. ,' : l 2 1 , 'Q W if - f 5 , In A , 4 1 1 v , 1 or . 1 .7 . i : ' 1 1 'I 1 I rv ' ' X 1 Q Y .1 'I 1 Y 1 . '1 ' , , . ' . . . . Q : g ! 7 ' r Y V l 7 Y P ' I , . Thzrd row: Carlstrom, George, Bruce, Lyons, Dugas, Brooker, Gagliardi, Higgins. 'I l I 7 f ' :iff ,,,A 4 .aw 5 K . l. my , Akmt , l- 1 5 , C V 1 ' A ' i n A 9 H , 3 V ", ' , I ' N Q , ,J l A I , 7 I , A . L - 1 A 1 . K. ' -' ' ' s . '- ' N 1 A 1 1 ' 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 A , . A 1 . . - : 1 V . 1 I 1 .V 1 1- b 1 ' 1 ' , I ' , 7 , . o ' ' 1 ' 7 I v Y v I ' ' Y ! 1 3 ' 1 1 7 .I V ' I Y ! - l I Y ' Freshmen JJ ag-Q, tv- Fvrst 'row Hartley Bell Boutilier Brown, Colangelo L Cyr, J Borrello, Jewers, Leet Higglns Cotton C Leet Second row Mr Tippens Daniell T Cyr Blakely, Galvin Dalsey, Hawkes, W Bor rello, Angotti, Gallagher Beagan Mrs Arbo Thzrd 'row Libby Brunette Colombo Jones Brown Howard Campbell LaPlante, Am brose, Bosse Clark, Jewers First rofw: McLean, Patchell, Manzo, York, Savage, Nickless, McPhete.rs, Reed, Shorette, McNally, Simpson, McLain. Second row: Nice, McDonald, Lint, Leet, Waugh, McMahone, S. Russell, Lint, Wheeler, Larlee, McQuade, O'Neal, Snider, Mr. Patten. Third row: C. Perry, Tapley, Marston, McGowan, Rankin, Powers, Moscone, B. Perry, W. Russell, Nutter, Oakes, Sheehan. Twenty-five Class Officers JUNIORS SFNIORS Osborne DlC9'IIt6S Oberg FRESHMEN Sheehan Savage Colangclo Larlee Tu enty .sax SOPHOMORES Spruce Blakely Ga.gl1ard1 1' ' 1 U v Haynes, Larlee, Ellis K i 7 0 l i ' I ! X l Up the Trail U W lNlN!0KUN!N IQKUQKUQKUNIQ N! Ui! V NININ SU! V N!QKUNINIQKUQKUIKU!K'!1K7!1tK'!NIN! KUDKUIKU Wlvk P' 1'IMAXVNINFKNKNKNKNKNKANTI-INT A VA VNKNIANIKI I UKNVNINKAWANUNKNKNKNINKNKI IAWAW AW NKN Gzeat Basm from Hamlm Rxdge Chapman Twenty seven O J,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, , . , ,,, ,v,,,, A,AA,A,,A,,,,,A,.,, A A., A., ,.. ff . , . Q2 r? 2- G! sf - V- 2 bf V7 5 .Q fy v to -5 If -, V. 0 - . '4 :a :E Y. fx .-, ,y to '5 Q 74 ev V+? v 5 N 2 2 0 5 r N W' 3 Q V E P7 , gf E5 PN 57' :E if ,. ,4 vi 'I ,. G Seated Larlee Oberg lTreasJ Clark QSecx.J Noyes CPresl Cram fV1ce PresJ, Wheeler Standing Mr Hayes Brown Danlell Folsom Bragdon CAsst Treasl Welch McAvoy Roop Student Council Agam thls yea1 students won mem bershlp IH the Student Councll through campa1g'n1ng and wmnmg electlons as home room pres1dents James Noyes Sandra Welch W1l ham Oberg Donna Clark and Ralph Bragdon attended the state Student Councll Conventxon at Deelmg Hlgh School where they obtamed many ldeas for maklng our councll more Twenty ezght 6ff8CtlVe Also conslderable corre- spondence was cauxed on Wlth other student counclls ln o1de1 to find out lems The Student Councll sponsored three dances lncludmg a hlghly sue cessful moue dance a clean up cam palgn and several assemblles and was lnstrumental ln obtalmng and Yetalnlng student mov1e rates . - . how they are handling their prob- National Honor Society Membersh1p m the N3tl0H3l Honor Socxety IS one of the hlghest goals wh1ch can be attalned by a student at Stearns and shows that he excels 1n scholaxshlp leadelshlp character and servlce Each yeal the soclety sponsols a 1ecogn1t1on assembly and at gladua txon presents a cltlzenshlp award to O0 the senlor who has done the most for h1s school The group has undertaken th1s year the project of collect1ng names addles es and present occupatlons of the alumm of the past five years The SJClCty should be commended for ltS mterest IH former students and the comp1l1ng of this dlrectory of alumnl Seated Clark Gagllardl Murphy Pmeau Sch-oppe Tmgley Standmg Manny Wheeler Hale fPresl Cram 1Sec Treasj Mxss Grlmn Oberg Haynes Pnckard fVlC6 Plesj Bunker Twenty mne NORTHERN LIGHTS Fzrst row Danxell Gerry Kelly Walls Murphy QAsst Edl Hale lEdl B Haynes, D Tmgley Noyes Bunker Manny Second row Barnett Whxrty S Russell Woodworth Clark, Beagan Schoppe, DSVIS, Scott Cosenze Mlss Gross Thzrd row Wheeler Ploulde L Haynes J Russell Pmnette Bears Welch Plckard Sxmpson Daxsey Taylor . g : . I 7 l 7 ' ' I ' I ' l ' I 1 . D ' I : I. 1 ' D I I 1 I , . . . l : . ! Q ! ' 1 ' ! 7 l I I 1 I ' Fourth row: Ellis, Oberg, Larlee, Farquhar, F. Tingley, White, Cram, Emerson, Wal- lace, Ebbett, Spruce. Y Northern Lights Last year the Northern Lmhts re- celwed a thlrd place hono1 ratlng from the Natlonal Scholastlc Press Asso clatxon Although thelr ycal ly latmgs are not compal able thls IS the first tlme we have had lowel than second place We hope changes thls year w1ll lmplove the book The major change IS from letter Tlmty press plllltlllg to offset Thls glves us a chance to use more plctules and art wolk at less expense Wolk on the book was speeded by an adxlsoly commlttee C0mpl1S6d of the edxtols and the students headmg mayor sectlons They can testlfy that ex en a mountalnous task can be fun' meh 1 SNOOPS AND SCOOPS lwrst row Clark Cormxer McQuade Walls fBus Mgrj Haynes lEdJ Sxmpson, Rus sell P WIISOD GllChT1St Second row Mr Derby Blakely Wheeler Scott Cosenze Ireland Damell, Gerry, MISS Owen Thzrd rou, M W1lson Welch Pmnette Nlckerson Soucxe DZVIS H1ltOH Boddy Fourth rou, HlgglDS Hale Cram Bruce Oberg Noyes Cunnmgham Ellis Snoops and Scoops Here s one actlvlty where snoopmg IS no cume especxally lf lt l6SUltS ln a scoop Each snoopel ICPOI ts on a dlfferent olgamzatlon and leally wo1 ks to get scoops ln on tlme We haxe tlled to make our legulfu edltxons better by addlng new col umns such as Shop Talk Laula belle Snuggy keeps us up wlth the latest fashlons The pages of funnles bx Jlm N05 es have been partlcularly enteltalmng An xssue comes out QVGIX Sxx weeks Speclal ISSUQS have featuled Thanks gmng Chustmas, and Valentmes Day The last lssue of the year IS a gladuatlon lssue especlally for and by the semors Thirty one Elleen Plneau as Corneha Shnley Walls as Emlly and Wxlllam Hale as Monsleur de Senior Play Admmzstermq Bears Soucle Scott Dalsey Receuzng Emexson Joldan, Klng Havnes Tlurty two la Croxx LH Our Hearts Were Young and Gay Ear GREASE PAINT' HOCUS POCUS Robert Clam and Maxy Lou Manny concoctmg sound effects Mlke Beagan as The C'lown Who Ran Away Christmas Play 'iv Noyes Oberg Miss Marsh Hale Barnett Contest Play WHERE THE CROSS IS MADE B5 EUGENE O NEIL Cast Na Wllllam Hale Capt Bartlett W1Il1am Oberg Dr H1gglHS James Noyes Sue Jacquelme Barnett Coach Mlss Ada M Mal sh Thzrty three Masque and Gavel A landsllde of laughter came from slx hundred 8XClt6d Chlldl en as Dodo The Clown That Ran Away led hlS falthful steed Gladys down the axsle Other dramatlc act1v1t1es spon sored by the Masque and Gaxel ln cluded the Junlor Exhlbltlon the Contest Play the One-Ant Play Fes tlval and the 1eg1onal Speax Speak mg Contest Membershlp IS honolaxy and IS based on actne paltxclpatlon ln all ty pes of speech 3CtlVltl9S The soclety sponsors several avwalds mcludxng the Natlonal Hxgh School Speech AW31d presented at proxed most ln speech 1n hxs four yeals Fwst row Damell, Clark, Oberg 1Pres J Pmeau QSec 7, Simpson. Second 'row Mxss Marsh, Ellxs, Noyes, Tmgley lTreas.l, Cram 1Vxoe Pregg, Cun- nmgham Thzrty four ' ' ' , , . v . Q u q n ll 77 ' b A . Y Y . 7 1 ' ' , I V . - Y . . . . ' v I , . , ' - graduation to the senior who has im- 1 1 . Q n ' V .4 ,C - A N . h : . , . , . . . il? Ellis Tmgley Oberg Noyes Damell Cunningham Waugh Debate The national high school question for 1951 5? was Resolved That all Ameiican citizens should be subject to consciiption foi essential service in time of wal. As each team had to be piepared to debate either side of the proposition, many interesting debates made up the inter-sch-ool tournament. All four teams participated in the Univeisity of Maine Tourney win ning ten out of sixteen debates Rob ert Cram and William Oberg ad- xanced to the quai ter finals and re- ceived a certificate of merit Teams 1ep1 esentmg Steal ns in the Bates League Debate Tournament were Robert Cram and William Gberg, affirmative, and Susan Daniell and James Noyes, negative. Thirty five Junior Exhlblhon The 01Lh6St13 flIl1ShtS the llghts lovlu and all eyes ale focused on the stage The tnst speakel steps fo1 uaxd So stalts anothex Jun1o1 Ex h1b1t1on hVlHIlf.lS une Ma1ga1LtGe11y and 1 601gQ Ellls fnst Anna Plekald and Blyant Lallu second Judging the contest was Mls lalph TUIIILI and the eoach sw as Nllss Ada Malsh The pl0gldm xx as as follows Bag of Bones Donna Clalk Nlghtmale at Noon F1ede11ck Tlngley The Hen ss Anna Plckaxd Fathel W akes Up the Vlllage Geox ge Ellls Jeanne D Alc Jacquelme Balnett The Wlnslow Boy Blyant Larlee Centlemen CdtLlClS All Ale We Mal gal et Cerxy Emelgeney ' Stand By' Donald Farquhar Thzrty S11 Fwst row Plckard, Gel ry, Barnett, Clark Second row Lallee, Falquhal, Tlngley, Ellls York Taylor D1Centes Plouide fl-Iead Librananb Oberg Noyes, Woodworth Haynes Tingley Library These are the people who run our library They read shelves check reference books in ordei They help to prepare new books for the shelves and they keep the library looking neat and orderly Student librauans are on duty each period during the day and each aftel noon aftei school Besides tak mg charge of the desk each librarian is kept fi esh and interesting by mem bership in two book clubs whlch send monthly selections and by an annual ordei of new books We are proud of our library and justly so' Thzrty seven 1 . , I n ' ' 'I v 1 ' ' , I , . , . . circulation, and keep magazines and has a special duty. Reading material ' , . . . , , ,,,c,, X l , Mayorettes B Bears Walls Mackm Fvrst 'row Chasse Gelry Kewer Bnooker Wallace Butanls F Tlngley Phllbrook Whlte E Russell Schoppe S Russell J Russell B Haynes Gallagher Second row Spruce Whlrty Bouchard Osborne QSecj llalsey S Damell Daly Scott Woodworth Kelly McPhete1s B Damell Taylor Thtrd row Ellls Obelg Halley G Beals Soucle fStudent DlFCCt0FJ Ebbett Hale Farquhar Nice Noyes G1lChllSt Fuel Blakely Sxmpson Welch Brown Fourth 'row Bosse D' Tlngley L Haynes Roop Emerson Hartley Prnnette Cram Cunnmgham Folsom McLean Nlckerson Wheeler Mulphy Brown Moscone Ban The band adds color and sparkle to rallles, assemblles, and basketball games Hlghhghts were the Bango1 trlp to welcome Santa Claus the Pop Concert and the annual Sprlng Con cert M1 Stfewax t, M1 Tslka s asslstant has been a great help pa1t1cula1ly wxth the woodwmd sectlon An 1m portant add1t1on to the band IS a bell lyre presented by the Band Mothex s Club Thirty elght Spung Concelt program The Thunderel Sousa S5 ncopated Clock Anderson Bally Hoo featuung Sandra Bar kex and the bell lyle Rzchards Cuckoo Waltz Vztak Moonllght Bay Wenrzch Down by the Old M111 Stream Taylor Punce and Paupex Overtule Johmson Band of AIUQTICZ Lu,Valle Orchestra Dot Tmgley, concelt mlstress can finally fafter a sectlonal leheax sal wxth Mr Stewartj play a G that 1sn t flat' Thls IS one of the few years we have had a full v1ol1n sectxon They can exen be heald over our thundel 1ng brasses Lucy Haynes played the only sax th1s yea1 and Barbara Blakely was a lone trombone player untll J lm Noyes Jomed up w1th all us long halred folks We played at the Pop Concert and ln the annual Sprlng Concert, wh1ch featmed Nolman Flckett a twelve year-old ma1 lmba player from Port land Orchestla numbers were The 013016 Taylol , Serenade, Tosellx Rock a Bye Baby In a Perslan Mar ket, Ketelbey Y! 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V 0 lwrst row B Damell Boddy Reed L Russell Hume Kewer Gallagher Gilchrist, Dickinson Second 'row Brown Balkex Folsom Phllbrook S Russell Schoppe B Haynes F Tmgley J Russell Woodworth S Damell D Tmgley Thwd row Nlckerson Sunpson McPheters Taylor Soucle Hale Blakely QSgc.J Noyes L Haynes lStudent Dnectorj Fourth row Welch Emerson Moscone Clam Hartley Thzrty nme Glee Club Muslc, mus1c,eve1ywhe1e' Whethe1 1tS Cl1mb1n up the Mountaln O1 R1d1n m de Chauot, the Glee Club IS always 1n harmony The guls have been very busy thls year They took part ln the annual Splmg Concelt m March and pa1t1c1 pated ln the Noltheln Mame Muslc Festlval held IH Houlton The Glee Club also provlded pllIlC1p3lS and cho1 us fo1 the opeletta, Wo1ds and DILISIC, WhlCh was duected by Mlss Cla1k Glee Club selectlons IH the Sprmg Concelt wele as follows Gonna Rlde Up In de Chaxlot Cam Gyspy Lowe Song Herbert Teddy Beal s Plcnlc Bratton Nlghtfall ln Glanada Buena A-...--.-. 1 Forty Prrst row Rldeout xsl'llStOI1 M Russell Beagan Gagnmer fVlG9 Presj Plourde fPI9S, Manny 1Sec Tneasj I Cyl T Cyr Monmson Taylor McFarlane Second 'row 5 Russell McLean Lu! l Simpson Ilnt McQuade Luullc Boynton Fowler Stewart Saxage Mx'-s Qlalk Fhtrd row S Russell Bunker Macllonald GllChllSt Osbolm Gallagher Blssonnette Pmeau Kmg XKllSOl1 McDonald Fourth rou J Slmpson Legassey Imnette Hartley Galun Alward J Russell, Carl stlom, George . . 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I ' Y I ' W ,. , J , . . , ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Glachettx Cunmngham Brown Noyes Boynton Blssonnette Operetta Imaglne the scene when the wrlters of the annual operetta at Bal ton Col lege contract the measles and Presl dent Fussbutton CGordon Cunmng haml or ders Dean Hlghnote QMar1lyn Boyntonl and Dean Longword fTom my Brownj teachers of classlcal hteratule and muslc to wute a mod ern oper etta Fmally Mary fPatty Blssonnettel and John fDom1n1c Glachettlb come to the professors a1d and offer to produce the show Washlngton Games Noyesj provldes plenty of comedy ductlon A hlgh school operetta has not been glven at Stearns for several years and Words and Musxc made a. fine add1t1on to our hst of muslcal events. Forty one l - Miss Luella Clark directed thepro: 1 K ., ,L Lu , , . Q-Irs'-fgivgfl 13.5, 3'1 ?f '3f, - - i:i'i'17?fff1L?i? , . 14.523 ,gggb ',in"" .4-2" 'xv svn: re wif, ,. Fnfst row Russell Plourde Wheelex QSec TILBSJ Obelg QP1esJ Ellls fVlC6 Presj D Tmgley M1 Robmson Second row Bosse Bruce F Tmgley Cram Joldan Reagan Science Club The btefuns Hlgh Assouatnon of l'lltlllL Nuclear PlljblLlStb lui by tn undmux h md 1 busy y 1 Pl0fLSb0l Obug Lnteud the Wnst mghousn Sunnu Tlluxt bfauh The club lJQSlCll.b SLlNlIlg as TLLlllllLdl AdXlSLJlj Boald to the Atomxc bn ugx Commlsslon held legular mut mgs xt vwhmh xarxous sucntltu. sub Forty two jects mug delxecl into Lxtenslvely Thm jtdl was hxgh lighted by a study lIlLlllClLd an excursion lnto the local piper m1ll Mnmbus of the club ful that they ham Indeed re ndel ed a great servxcf. to btdte and Country and look for ward to uen guatez achlevement ln future yLdlS ,. 'Y 5 V. 1 I 'Q-I ' ' ' I . 'Nl 4 , . I .: , I 7 - 'A .X ' Y I I ' Y I g h - ' , Y . , '. . . D A : Y Y ' Y , I Y ' . x w V - K, ' 1' --' ' ' x- v l -X , V ' x ' . Q 'x - 1 - "' " ', Q 7 1 - ,. - H K. ' - ' Pres-idvlli Bill Ub0l'g, Svivmist CX- ol' the pulp and paper industry which 'z ' ' 2 ',', 2 z 'jean ' - f 1 l - - ' ' - ' 1 - - 1 ' x x 'x x x' - 2 ' ' ' I K' x L' 4.1 - n i l ' 1' ' 4 . x , , . , x x , l v I U I Y - ' ' 'I ' ' ' . " ' ' x ' x x - A 1 -I 1 1 o I . 1 Y . ' ' 3 , ' - ,. .Y ' 1' , X . f , , - ,' I ,I .x Q + . ' ,z "' - ' -,vl--. Future Homemakers Meet the homemakers of tomorrow -quallfied to make a home anywhere from a c1ty penthouse to a bent at Baxter State Park And what s more, they can cook over a campfire as suc cessfully as on the latest electr1c range' Guests at d1fferent meetlngs spoke on manners, good housekeeplng, and the Importance of educatlon The Chllstmas project was the col lect1ng of food and clothlng for a fam1ly IH Kentucky In return they sent us bundles of holly for Chrlst mas decoratlons Hxghllght of the year was the meet1ng at the Unlverslty of Mame of F H A clubs from all over the state ,.. -..ae 1 Fwet row A Kelly McCue Balnett Bcagan Colmler lSecl Soucle lBand Dlreciorl, llalsey fHlStOll3Hl llhuty lP1esl Scott fVlC0 Pnesl Cosenze 1T1easD Bou taugh B1 own Hallett Second row M1ssAllen Phllblook B Kelly lVoodw0rth Wllley Hlggln S Russell, Schoppe McQuade Pmlcr NI Mcllonald M Russell Pllel E Ru sell Hallett Mls Albo Tlwzrd vom Stewart Lexellle T8Nl0l 'VIcFa1lane l Russell Downs S Mcllonald Manny Blssonnette Pmeau Vlhxston Madole Moulson llllsor' llhlrty Fourth 'rou Mackn Legassey J Russell Slmpson Pmnette Bears Welch Hume, Alxxard Haynes C2.llQfl0l'Yl ll heeler llama Ploulde Forty three FACULTY Seated MacKenz1c Ho an Beaxd gtU71dZ7lg 'Nlaso Gaxcelon XVh1te Rode-uck Gagnon STUDENT COUINLIL . ' 0. V I ' Y F' Y . ' I ' : L .Y 1 Q 1 1 Q ' , w Seated: Scars, Michaud, Marston, Miss Garcelon, Campbcll, Rogc-rson, Mc- ' . . . , ' Y 7 7 Y r - x - 3 I . 'Y l ' A , i, U n v 1 V ' ' . J 1 r ' Quarrle Slmzdzng Foote Monfgomely Beals Reed Roop TVIcD0nnLll SCIENCE CLUB Smart Boutaugh Vazms Beals MUSIC CLUB XVe1ch Cyl Arbo, Thxbodeau ART CLUB Boddx Humm Leet Callstxom Forty four bPE AKINIG EXHIBITION Fzrst row Campbell Roop Frxel Ellls Secomi rou Hebelt Hartley McDonnell Jones Mxchaud Russell DeCou1cy Ellls HOBBY CLUB Bxagdon J Murphy C Murphy Comstock LE ATHERCRAFT CLUB Manzo Balnett Stewart SEWING CLUB Da1g1e Smart Forty five CAMERA CLUB . JUNIOR BAND Majolettes McLam Fuel McLean Dans Stewart, I'lT9f7'O1L Callstlom XX OOtlVt0ltl1 Brooks PCIIV Blake Mlchaud Oliver, Carr Waugh 1Secl Galla.hex Nlcc Clan, Xlhntx R1deout Second ron Qeals Bnoxxn ll Campbell Segee Mahan McDonald Barne Damell Slmpson McPheters Manzo Roop QStudent Dnectorl Smder Colangelo Thzrd 'rom Montgomexy Imcklcss Lxbby R Jlones I Jones, Galvm Bears Reed Haynes Deckel Bouchard Legassey M1 Stewart Fourth row Rankm Vmcent Welch Folsom Bosae Brown R Campbell Wheeler Nuttex C HOBBY CLUB Fu-st row Marston, Harmon C Perry J Perry Shorette, Bouchard Hume, Allen Second 'row Mr Buck Flost Hartley Jonena Clark B Perry forty mx ' W 'flu '-'Y Llterary Heights KU K' J J KU W! Rf! 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But soon the road came to an end There sat the house a frlend a frlendl Patrlcla Bunker 52 October Naght The moon rlses over the black hllls Llke a creature of the nlght She Lu1 ks behlnd a cloud then sp11ngs For th to cast he1 ev1l eye upon some Hapless wayfalel whlle her ma llC1OUS Companlons plowl the skies Robert Cram 52 Walhng As I he here waxtlng I can heal the whlspeung of bells Yes Death IS keep1ng 1ts date wlth m It s comlng slowly creepmg Wlth cold hands and heart I go along IH thlS new world O1 darkness June Kmg Last Poem It IS a blg thrlll to do The last poem It has been A hard three weeks It was Fun the first week but later It became too deep for me I am glad to glve poetry To the poets Paul JOICTHH 52 Flfty I Am a Vampire Whlle I m IH school For blood I drool Im nexer home- The streets I roam And look for food A person who d Have money too My YlCt1Il'l7 You Robert Cram 52 The Mull On some qulet summer nlght You can hea1 the noxses comlng fl om the m1ll You can hear the drums ln the dls tance And the sound of fallmg wood And the sound of water gomg down the slulce Wvlth logs banglng against the SldQS Rlchard Butanls 52 The Irls The 1r1s stood beslde the pool Alone among the buttercups Sw aylng ln the wlnd and watchlng Her glaceful reflectlon all the whlle She turned and wlth her haughty gaze F1XQd upon a yellow flower sald You re noth1ng but a weed Patrlcla Bunker 52 The Dreary Day The day IS Cold and dark and dreary It rams and the wmd seems never to ure hvlth uuy gust It blows dead leaves off the trees Behind those dark clouds the sun IS somewhere up there Maybe xt wlll shlne tomorrow Ruth Wheeler 52 . . , . , 1 7 1 . 1 . , 1 . . , . v. . 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' . , Yi , 1 , 1 Wrllre the Slot Maclrrne Wrllre the slot machrne had had a hard day at the office The office wasnt really an office actually rt was a cluttered corner rn the stock room of Jack s Lunch for Wrllre was rllegal but rt made Wrllre feel good rnsrde to thrnk of rt as an ofhce Wrllre s wasn t a hard Job but rt could get rather trrrng srttrng there and lettrng people put corns rn hrm and then pullrng the lever But lets get back to Wrllres day at the ollrce Yes Wrllre had had a hard day He had been pulled and jerked from mor nrng trll nrght takrng rn more than three hundred dollars worth of quarters at the srme trme grvrng out four Jackpots How h dreaded those Jackpots' They made hrm fe las rf the lrfeblood was berng drarned out of hrm Wrllre trred after a days labors retrred about elexen thrrty Hrs sleep was uneventful except that around three oclock a lrttle man wrth a strangely scented perfume on hrs breath who had drfficulty walkrng patted hrm on the head sard some thrng about cute fella arrel wan dered off Wrllre awoke next morrrrng re fr eshed and ready to meet all eomers Wrllre was a happy meehanrsm as machrnes go for one met all krnds rn hrs busrness the young and old respectable and unrespeetable the rrch and poor mostly poor when Wrllre got through wrth them He enjoy ed especrally watehrng the reactrons of hrs vrsrtors There was the stout lrttle Italran woman who had grven hrm a quarter every day for eleven years and strll refused to grye up He could r member the Joy on the face of the ragged young lad who had gambled hrs last quarter and won and the hawk nosed trader whose beady black eyes had prerced hrs searehrng for those three red cher rres Or course there was always the expensrxely dressed gentleman whose face darkened wrth scorn each trme he came out back to glance at Wrllre but w ho was drawn rrresrstrbly rnto Wrllres ofhce exery trme Now rt was about trme for Clancv the Irrsh cop to come rn and deposrt a fractron of hrs weekly pay check VS rllre saw a Hash of blue rn the door w ay Thats not Clancy he thought they must haxe a new cop on the beat But Wrllre drdn t haxe trme to do much more thrnkrng Exerythrng went bl rek Now relays Jack s Lunch has a new ollree and the ollrce has a new oc cupant But alas' What has hap pened to our poor Wrllre Well dont f l too bad about poor Wrllre for machrncs go and now reposes rn a peaceful but somewhat drsmembered fashron rn the crty dump hobert Cram 52 Whrsperrng Prnes There rs no sweeter sound on earth Th rn the murmurrng of stately prnes Llenelrng wrth th sott lapprng of lrttle waves On the shore of a woodland lake In Nlarne Shrrlre Soucre 17 Autumn I lrke Autumn I lrke to hear the wrnd I ustlrng through the leaves that are about 'lo fall And the crrspness of evenrng arr And the pungent smell of burnrng leaxes Herald the end of the season Ernestrne Legassey 52 Fifty one . . . 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" 'z -Q,'72 PML'-'z I3 Ik-3' 2 Beauty at Our Back Door When people from Mrllrnocket are asked what the most rmpor tant thrng around Nlrllrnocket rs usually t1e an swer rs the Great INorthern Paper Nfrll Thrs rs true rn one way but one thrng w hrch rs taken for granted and shouldnt be rs Mt Katahdrn Twenty frye mrles from our back door' rs beauty that only nature could create At thrs drstance the mountarn rs blue w rth a w hrte cap When the sun rs gorng down the mountarn becomes a breath takrng purple In the summer 'Vlt Katfrhdrn up close does not lack color A rustrf red blended rn wrth deep purples and blues makes you stand there and wonder how anythrng could be so taken for granted Tourrsts come ey ery summer to clrmb the mountarn or rust srt back and look at rt At the foot of Mt Ka tahdrn there rs Baxter Park Thrs park rs the home of many anrmals A stream of crystal clear wrter flows through Baxter Park and rs rlwfrys as cold as ree water Halfwav up Nlt Katahdrn there rs the mossy ground and you can srt there and forget about the heat of the towns and crtres Whrle you are lyrng there your cfrres rust fade rnto tomorrow and you re glad you clrmbed to the falls Mt Katahdrn rs the frrst place the sun hrts rn the Lnrted Strtes Its ma lestrc head seems to rule the sur roundrng country St rndrng on top of Nlt Kat rhdrrr you cm see hundreds of lakes shrrr rng rn the sun lrke great mrrrors Nlrllrnocket means many rsland and y ou can certarnly under st rnd how rt got rts name after lookrng from the top of Mt Ixatahdrn lm sure you wrll agree when I say we haye beauty at our back door Anne Murphy 12 How I Learned to Drive My first brg chance to drrve a car came to me when I w as srx years old Hayrng mastered the use of the br cy cle at the tender age of three years I w as always lookrng for new fields to conquer XX ell gettrng back to the story rt was one fine Julv afternoon Nly father s car a small 1924 Dodge con yertrble sat rn the yard glrstenrng rn the sun I decrded to take my cousrn w ho was play rng wrth me for a lrttle rrde We Jumped rnto the car and I began to get thrngs ready for our tr rp I released the emergency brake and we began rollrng down the hrll behrnd my house We had a wonder ful tr rp- that rs untrl we hrt the whrte fence th rt stopped us For thrs I pard dear ly because I spent almost twenty four hours wrthout food But thrs rncrd nt drdn t dampen my cnthusrasm entrrely although rt slow ed rt down for several years It wasn t untrl 1946 that I got an other crack at a ear And I mean a crack It all happened one day dur rng the summer yacatron Fortunately we had 1 Nlodel A Ford thrs trme because of therr thrrftrness on gas durrng the w rr My father told me to brrng rt rn to the yard for hrm for It was parked on the hrll rn front of our house I went out and yumped rnto rt and prepared to drrye rt rnto the yard I turned on the key As you probably know Nlodel As h ye therr throttle on the steerrng post I pulled the thr rttle all the w ay down placed the err rn low ge rr and released he br rke Wh rt happened rfter that rs qurte hfuy seems I tore rnto the yard mrssed the garage and scraped the house Then I corrtrnued out back and w rs say ed agarrr by a fence w hrclr stopped the car After much pushrng we got the ear off the fence and the bed nf' flow ms It ve re yggtlpg n I drdnt touch a car agarn untrl I was frfteen and then by a strange Frfty three . y.. . 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' 71 ' 1 1 - ' 7 v C ' - - 'F' v 1 ' v 'Q , ' qulrk of fate I passed my drlvers es Now most of the people ln thls town are trarned well When they see me commg they dr1ve to the srde of the road stop and hope for the best Larry Kelly 50 Fllght Thirteen Fllght Thrrteen ready on Runway 0 IH five mmutes Everyone rn the small wartmg room looked up toward the loud speaker from whlch the vorce was comrng then more or less rnstrnctrve ly glanced at the large black clock over the passageway to the fleld It was 2 40 a m As I stood there the others were so wrapped up ln then own affarrs that they were qulte oblrvrous to my presence There was the lrttle pro fesslonal looklng man srttmg rn the corner nervously glancrng at the turning home from a busrness trrp rn the East On the couch lay a soldrer Just dozmg off to sleep He had just completed boot tra1n1ng and was on hrs way home Near the passage-way door sat an elderly well dressed couple wrth a young boy therr nephew all of whom were flylng to the funeral of the young lad s father who had d1ed sud denly of a heart attack wh1le the boy was vrsrtmg h1s uncle and aunt There was a young good looklng curly ha1r ed salesman who had been stead 1ly chaln smokmg ever srnce enter 1ng the lobby and the newly weds on thelr honeymoon tr1p s1tt1ng at the lunch counter having sandwlches and hot coffee Fmally the five mrnutes dragged by and we went out and boarded the brg four motor Constellatlon whxch had Just arrlved from Boston Soon after we were seated comfortably by the pretty l1ttle stewardess we were Fifty four taxnng down the long lrghted run way and rn a few mlnutes flylng up aboye the tmnkllng llghts of the crty As we garned altrtude the foggy atmosphere gave each 1nd1v1dual a sense of fear of the unknown It was a frlghtful tlme to thrnk of death but I knew that at exactly 3 07 a m Flrght Thlrteen would crash rnto a hxgh mountaln leavrng onlv two suryrvors of the flamrng wreck age I knew that for you see I am Destrny Robert Emerson 59 Camp Lute There are lots of thlngs I hke about camp- The chrldren playrng 1n the water The sound of raln on the roof S1tt1ng around the fireplace toastlng marshmallows I l1ke belng able to go swrmmlng and fishrng But most of all I llke the beautlful sunsets over the water Jean Russell 52 o Guilty? It seemed to Joe as lf he had been srttrng there for years but actually lt had been only two days He was strll a lrttle m xed up as to how rt had all happened but he could remember that h and two of h1S buddles had been slttlng ln that foxhole when the Ped sw armed down upon them Hrs tvyo buddles had been kllled and they lay beslde hlm motronless Joes leg had been shot It felt numb and he couldn t moxe lt The Amerrcan for ces had retreated and now Joe sat there all alone-wlth about ten thousand Reds all around hrm There wasnt much else to do so Joe just sat there and let h1s mlnd wander He began to thlnk about h1s lrfe back rn the States . . , ,, , 1 t to ,. . , . I . . , , . 1 1 ' ' I - gy 9 '. I , v 0 --- 0 --1 ' . . ' . . . , . t H 1 V U v. . u - 0 ' ' Y! . . 1 . y ' ' , lg Q 1 , . . I A . Y , . . . - O ! . . Y . . . . .' . ., . . . , clock every few seconds. He was re- ' - D . . . , ' 7 , . , . . . , , , 1 . - L . . i , v . l 7 ,, , - . , Q - . . . 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Joe she called are you gomg my way" Joe turned and saw Mary hlS glrl frlend hurrymg after hum Why sure Joe sald you know I m goxng wherever you go Joe and Mary walked hand ln hand down the empty street past Smaltz s Grocery When they got to Mary s door Joe sald Ill call fo1 you at elght da1l mg Please be ready on tlme for we wouldn t want to be late to the Senlor Ba Joe remembel ed what a wonderful tlme he had had that nlght He loved Mary very much He couldnt help but remember the solzow he had felt when she told hlm she dldn t want to see hlm any more Joe felt as though he could have faced the whole duty mess lf Mary had stuck by hlm The raln was pourlng down upon h1m now and lt made hlm feel very cold 1ns1de He kept wondellng why the Amellcans dldn t come they should have fought thelr way back by now The monotony got at Joe to keep hls mmd occup1ed or he d lose Joe s mothex had been very slck fo1 a long tlme She necdcd an opelatlon lmmedlately Joe kncw he needed to get the money and qulckly O1 else he stood to lose h1s mothel Hls fathel had been kllled ln Wo1ld Wa1 I so that now Joe was her only suppo1t One nlght as Joe retulned home from Maly s he notlced how deselted Smaltz s Grocery looked There wasn t a person ln slght All he had to do was enter the store take the money and dlsappear lnto the nlght All hls problems would be solved As Joe thought of lt now he could not comprehend what tw1st 1n h1S mmd had brought hlm to do lt He placed a handkerchlef over h1s face and entered the store He faked the clelk lnto thlllklllg' he had a gun When he demanded the money the clerk lunged for the gun and natural ly Joe warded hmm off The man fell and hit hls head agalnst the counter knock1ng hlmself unconsclous Next day, 1n the papers Joe learned that the clerk had died He dldnt know just what to do The papers also sald It was a pla1n case of murdel but as yet no clues could be found as to who had c0mm1tted the L1 lme Joe declded to tell Mary what he had done and the two of them could plan out just what he should do When Joe told her she left hlm Joe almost went out of hls mmd but de- clded the best thlng would be to get away from there as fast as he could Ht Jolncd the ma11nes and now he was ln a predxcament worse than he could OV61 haxe lmaglned Joe thought he could hear the boom mg of Amerlcan guns gettlng closer now Oh how he wished they would come Hc was beglnnlng to get numb all OVLI Joe ate the last of hlS K ra. tlons and Sald a llttle prayer Then he la1d hlS head back and stared up Ove1 here s1r Sald one of the S0ldlLlS heres one of our boys The medlc made h1s way over to the foxhole where Joe lay Is there any hope s1r P the sold1er asked Im aflald not son replled the med1c He dled about five mmutes ago Look hue sald the sold1er The mcdlc looked T1 aced feebly ln the sand were the words I love you M315 Wllllam Hale 52 o Decent V1s1ons I saw of an Ice cream sundae Topped wlth nuts and cream I went to dlp my spoon rlght 1n But shucks' It was a dream' Wllllam Oberg 52 Fzftyjue It 71 Cl ' 1 1 ' il , - , ' l r 1 . . 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' 1 , M V' Y 1. Af, Zu' " '.- ' 1' ' 1' ,'f" Nearmg the Top V NJN H 1' Nfl' U U U I' i IW!! H if TLYQWU1flW1f1f1KU1KU!fiQ!1KU1' U IWW!! UU KUU 1 -2 JN! W W IU!! KNKAY K NfNffNfN I VNVNV6X5fNfNfNflVfl VN I 5 VNKNKNKNKNINININKNYSXVNH 0N0fNfNfNfN K. h 1 Lookmg across Cathedral Tranl to Hamlin Rldge from the Knlfe Edge I' zfty semen O J x .1- tl' D 5. 5, .. L, ', M...- S S 6 U E 9 6 'E xx ag 1 ,YF QF 1 iF"""'F"" ""' "" V ' "' """""""f"' """""' . . . . . 'amman Fu-st row Mosca Kelly Wh1te Emerson W Hale McAvoy Farquhar Bouchard, An gottx fC'apt J Second 'row Allen Jordan McGreevy George Mnuntford Soucle Smart Noyes Fol som Brown. 4 l L ' ' -' 1 1 I 1 1 - 1 1 , - : 1 1 1 1 1 . , , , - Third 1'o,w: Hallett, Spruce, Ambrose, Sheehan, J. Hale, Roop, Cram, Manzo, Giachetti, Fourth row: Beagan, Welch, Brunette, Nutter, Pelkey, Daly, LaPlante, Jones, Hartley, n McDonald lAsst. Mgr.D. : ' , . I y 7 '. J . , . , , . , . . . - - u , , , - , - - ' Fifth row Fraser QMgrJ Coach Wentworth Football Playlng under the rnajestlc beauty of Mt Katahdln Stearns agam came up wlth as speedy a football team as they ever fielded Runnmg from the T formatlon Wentworth verslon the Blue and Whlte battled thelr oppo nents to a four and two record The Mmutemen started the season by trouncmg Howland 34 6 then rattled off another vlctory by beatlng Fzfly czght Rockland 21 0 The summlt of every one s dream was to defeat arch rlval John Bapst On the October nlght of the game the team worked llke a beautnfully built machme and beat the Crusaders 34 0 HlgglHS, a prep school defeated the Blue 7 0 but the Stearnsmen ralhed and swamped Lincoln 26 21 Dexter then beat the Mmutemen 20 6 to end the season Omwell x .,am"Nf nw 1 dye nnurahiikg we ul, in FA? vi if WEAR!! ,ah-.Q n9..,,.,4.u.a-..-...--.......-4l'!h1- iq- O Ivzrst vow L Folsom McInn1s Burlexgh Holt Klttrxck Pound C Folsom Chase ,becofnd row Fraser QMgrJ Allen Healey McAvoy Soucle Roop Jordan Coach Wentworth Baseball Strlke one' Str1ke two' But not strlke three for the Mxnutemen thls season' Captalned by Gus Folsom one of the best schoolboy pltchels ln the state the team won elex en out of twelve games They captuled the Northeln Penobscot League tltle fol the second stralght year by remaln mg unbeaten ln the league, and they also reached the second round IH the state play-offs. A 1eco1d of then- w1ns IS as fol lows Lee 5 1 Folt Falrheld 11 3 Schenck Z1 7 Lee 9 1 Lmcoln 10 4 P1 esque Isle Z6 6 Schenck 6 3 How land 18 2 Houlton 12 5 Howland 10 1, Houlton 9 6, and Old Town 11 3 IH the H1 st state play off game The smgle loss came at the hands of Fort Fauheld ln the second tourney play off, 7 10 wl I' zjty nznc , L: I T , 21? .... 1 4. 1 13 3 V 'x 1 V . ' 'lfff 7 'Q 1 - Y L' ' ' ,' . 4 - 1 'nu H 1 1. ' .1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' Q' 'I , 1 .- 1 -e fg.. A -- 1 4 A 1 1 an 1 zzffwfwmnyzifv ' ' -., N fl EQ . 11- . -if!" I V - V- ' 4? 1 . Q, a' , 1 I 5 I 1 ' X r la V A I, 1 'M-' X 1' 5 6 L 1 he I 1 1 1- 4 1 H- U MW? ., Q I A ,, 3 . ' Via , , A l , I I u,,,,,,,,,, ' 04.4, ,,,.,,1 Wh , -L , Da . . . X X I0 C V ' I . , Q 1 - 1 1 I ' 1 ' 1 - y . ' 5 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . - V Z ' 1 - - ' 1 . 0 . , I K ':"1 ' 1 Q ' 1 . I 6 ' v 1 - , - , - , I ' 1 ' 1 ia..,, Fzrst 'row Ebbett Bragdon Angotti fCaptl Folsom Mosca Manzo Second 'row Coach Wentwuorth Farquhai Kelly McAvov Healey White fMgrJ Varslfy Basketball After the worst beginning in the memory of Stearns fans the Minute- men gathered in their gear and headed up the trail toward the peak of their aspiration, a Class L Tour- ney berth. With Frank Angotti as captain they won nine of their last eleven starts to be seeded eighth in the tourney. In the tournament the Blue and White bounced past th-e first- and fifth-rated teams but were defeated by Old Town in the finals. Mike Brag- don, a junior, set a new tournament individual scoring record, 66 points Sixty in three games. The team loses only three seniors this year Angotti Fol- som and Mosca. Pegular games: Guilford 44-45 Fort Fairheld 51-63, Presque Isle 35-45, Mil-o 55-68, Houlton 61-49, Old Town 45-46, John Bapst 41-56, Ban- gor 53-51, Caribou 82-50, John Bapst 77-51, Old Town 46-61, Fort Fairfield 84-49, Presque Isle 65-64, Guilford 48-47, Caribou 75-47, Milo 64-48, Houlton 61-53, Bangor 55-72. Tournament games: Ellsworth 61- 53, Fort Fairfield 55-41, Old Town 54-68. Frrst row Gaghardl Daly Allen fCo Captj Spruce ICO-Captj Wallace, Hale Second 'row McDonald fMgrJ Soucre Roop Ambrose Dugas Martell Jones Sheehan Mr Patten .I V Basketball Meet the champs' Thrs IS the out fit that really reached the top' Under the able tutorrng of Coach Fred Pat ten they hawe undoubtedly comprled one of the longest wlnnmg' streaks rn Stearns hrstory Thrs year s unde feated season kept the J ayvees record of twenty five strarght wlns mtact Keep your eyes on these boys when they move up to the varslty next year Such outstandrng performers as John Spruce Jerry Allen Red Wallace and Sonny Daly w1l1 really help to keep basketball at Stearns on the top The season s record Gurlford Jayvees Mrlo Jayx ees Houlton Jayvees Old Town Jayvees Bangor Jayvees Lee Academy Monson Academy Old Town Jayxees Presque Isle Future F Gurlford Jayxees M110 Jayvees Houlton Jays ees Bangor Jayxees 3.1 IHCFS 61 22 58 42 40 38 38 37 42-20 51 40 65 29 44 35 48 36 65-24 55-37 53 38 58-51 Sixty one : , , - . , . , . 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' 7 ! ? il I7 ' , ' K A I V V P' f 9 2 if 'N X wr P I xx wa- Bangor Daily News Eastern Maine Tournament-Larry Kelly, Agatha Kelly Eastern Maine Tournament-Stearns vs. Old Town 4.2! .?f'E+:tai S CLUB First raw Fraser, Noyes, Hale, ADgOttl fPres D, Emerson QV1ce-Presb, Wlute, F01 som Gl8Ch6ttl Second 'row Bouchard McGreevy Hallett., McAvoy Mosca George Coach Wentworth Thvrd 'now Jordan Farquhar Kelly Cram Bragdon Soucle 5.4 w Sixty-four Eastern Maine Tournament-Stearns Band lla-rmor Daily News Wx MECHANICAL ENGINEERS BASKETBALL Fzrst row Davxs Thlbodeau, Jewers Second row Brown, Mattall fMgrJ Mosca, Holt Pelkey fCaptD Clark Moscone, Mr Hogan JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Fzrst row Barnes Mlchaud Bragan Frlel, Allen Proctor Lewesque fCaptJ, Bears, Jones, Peavey Second row Hartley 1MgrD J Ohver l1VLgrJ Sears Shorette Montgomery, Roop, Decker Clvlello Bouchard, Mr Wh1te Tlurd row Walls Galvln, L Oliver Morrlson Walls Folsom, Reed, Plckard Sixty-jiL'e GAA Whether ln basketball bowlmg field hockey or volleyball the guls showed a lot of enthuslasm thls year Teams ln the basketball league wexe Hoosler Hot Shots and Rockets Qsemorsl Termltes and Atom Bombs Cjumorsj Boozers and Blue Flles tsophomoresj Glamazon G00g1ES and Blue Rockets ffreshmenj For the wind up of the season one team from each class was selected to play ln the tournament The semors scored a. total of 88 po1nts durlng the tourna ment and came out on top Semols on the glrls bowlmg team were Joan Plourde Mary Lou Manny Ellzabeth Schoppe and Jacquelme Whnty F01 sample scoles the team lost to Johns FIVE by 44 pms and won from the O B11k1s Klllers by 58 pms the Has Beens by 104 pms and the Ameucan Leglon by 61 pms Seven glrls cal ned state pms five state lettels and twelve school let ers Fxrst 'row Barnett Beagan Clalk Manny QVICC Presb Plourde QPresJ Walls tSec. Treasl McFarlane Shoppe Boutaugh Blown Hallett .Second rzrw D1Centes Hlggxns Kelly Taylor Barker VN hlrty Tmgley Pmeau Frlel Gxlchrxst Murphy Thzrd row L Haynes Carlstrom Welch Blakely B Haynes Gerry Kewer Osborne hVhlStJQYl Goodvs m Fourth row Russell Pxnnette Plckazd Beals Alward Soucle Dalsey Danlell Wheeler bzxty .sz.c Fzrst 'now Kelly Pmeau CLeaderJ Taylol Second 'row McFarlane Cormier Whuty Barnett Cheerleaders There s the whlstlel Its time out and the snappy Stearns cheerleaders m thelr wh1te blouses and sklrts and blue W6SkltS and headbands run out on the floor to lead the Mmutemen s fans ln a hearty cheer Thats the way lt was all season' New forma tlons and new cheers resulted IH an avalanche of applause The J unlor Varslty Cheerleaders ln then blue Sk11tS and whlte blouses d1d then own share of roof ralslng cheeung thls year They also had a wauety of new formatlons and up to the mlnute cheels whlch undoubtedly contl xbuted much toward push1ng the Jayx ees on to an undefeated season' Sixty-.seren .Sixty-eight J V CHEERLEADERS Fzrst ow Rldeout Whlston fLeaderJ Mo1r1son Second row Kelly Borello McLean Goodw1n SI GIRLS' BOWLING Whirty, Plourde, McDonald, Manny, Schoppe. Speclal Views UN 1 V NINJNA V QV QV 1V 1 V 1 V 1 V V NAKUNJQKV Ml V ikw V 1 V QW! V 1 V s1kUslkUs1kUszKVJszkV!fMIQKVJQKVIQKUQKVA W X x 1NfnwA0KAWAWNKNKNINAWN MNKNVNKNKN UmmfwffawawNKNINKNKNKNKNfax uw ax rm 1 aw Twlhght from Chxmney Pond Chapman Sixty nme I C J, in VV V V X, 2 Q4 Z, Q '-2 W '-Z 51 -4 ae if 5 'D D U Sl D 'SV U C? 5 -as Q4 ZA 51 - - - - 6. 4 5- -,v v.,- -..- - Q vwvfv f - -lv. -. Q -. - v v - i- v.,- -.i- v - ,-..-I -.-V - - v.,- w.,- v- - ' v - if -if - - -if .-V -.,- Schoo I Calendar 6 xgihe Xmlbexmg up Luggxe Sept 4 School starts Busmess as usual! X ma. U! A, F :E Sl' ,,ydb-- 'MW 'ar' -,.o04"""' M, rw? ,wh .ho says xsn t f school Dom tryin 8' out the cu-cular Saw 1111 'P wheel w Margle at the g Collf-E, I Mane and Ma ry Lou Sampllng the! r c00km E Seaenty Ma! 2 ,ff afet and Mx life A Sw ,mm gn ew w ard wb QS Nancy Sylvia, Mary Bev Pat Dot, Mary Lou, Jean Let s dance' Nov 11 Parents Night Nov 9 Semor Play mu Mousexth 8 de masqueriosxume m on th 6 H-V"'e t Nov m chinese W D 7 Childrens Play The Clown Wllmo Ran AwaY" "allege, V95 ec Dec 14 Chrmtmae AQ v J n 18 19 Mldyears' Dec 12 Pop Concert 3 h I tunm UP Serious business for English 12A Caiol, Susan and S ir ie g h 1 Eastern Maine Basketball Tournament Jan, B 30, 31: Se Feb. 28-Marc . Feb. 8. U. of M. Debate Tournament Feb. 14. Junior Exhibition Feb. 15. Valentine Dance - tures .QS Lynch Group we with Mx. 5 6. hecklng ob and BH Dior RUIS phljtos my t' . rd' ' 0 Ie t and 50589 s raight gf, B Seventy-one 0 eve? 1,6 I eil' des Of x 92,0999 Ya' ow, V915 March 17 opereua P500 bgi Q X51 -5 afcYNeiM QQXM Bef' March 31 Sprmg Concert Apnl 4 Spear Speakmg Contest Apnl 10 Easter Assembly May 3 May Dance May 8 One Act Play Festlval Taxoggcjix 2, 1 971 In 0143 t In 00 O , 'TIG I di, X -ai qllg ,..f' March 20 Regmnal One-Act Play Contest Jlm Ralph and Squeak makmg posters June 4 Senior Assembly June 8 Baccalaureate June 9 Senlon Party June 11 Class Day June 13 Graduatlon Ball Ma, II' ez!! Fin an 41188 Carol je 0 5,2 Seventy two Ga 0012.5 l'UHD1ngllZg 8600126 G 710 'Hd 0 qnd gvzflflfl ISSN OOPS 6 ad avogcllovvb x T Hel ww Cram Obefg' A ', nl, 0 -- - , A v f Q '31 .. 47. ,Q k v 15 T . iiladx' . O0 W ch, , Q 11 R . R' gl go . t . ,W . . ,O , , . xt A , I A I A ' . Q ' i M . ' - May 17. Northern Maine Music Festival L A., Sh' ' .v' n ' ' . d f, ' G . u , n 1 ' 6' QL- , 91 " pl- ' ' American Leglon Oratorlcal Contest Vtllllam Oberg l9C81SlIIg cup flom County Amerlcanlsm Office: Lea mon L1bbV afte1 vsmnmg County Contest 'VIa1ch 19 1 -J' Dly M A REGIONAL FINALISTS .Seated Joseph H Ellmwood LCKIOH nattonal representatlve and Flank J Calcagm Dept of Rhode Island Amencan lsm chalrman Standmg John G Sulllvan Rhode Island VV11l1am Oberg Mame John A Bu1gess Vermont Vmcent C Knexzys Mas achusetts MAN HIGH SCHOOL New Jersey Entrant Wlns l Mlss Ada Malsh Wllllam Oberg CNW Prxnclpal Roy Hayes Back ftom Delawale' State Contest March 28 Regional Contest April 15 Sectional Contest Aprll 17 nov IS Best oRAToR Legion Oratory Sem: Flnals Seventy three . - . I 2 '17 ' ' ' - .-1 " ' . v' ' ' J , I ' 1 . x, iff' t , Bangor ai News A .,v J -A '- as I I we '1 L , u . . . . . . , , ' . , . ' . : I ' ' .: . , 5 - ' 1 5 - 1 S . ' . ' Q 1 r - . . . . . . . - Alumnl CLASS OF 1951 The followlng a1e attendlng schools and colleges John Bosse Hllton Chase Maly Fa1nswo1th Vlalte1 Pe1ry J Un1xe1s1ty of Malne Jacquelme Boucha1d Acad1a LH1 V61Slty Challes Deckel UH1X61SltY of Coloxado Maly Cote Un1xe1s1t5 of Connectlcut Mane Be1t1and R9glS College Louls Cote St Anselms College Pcte1 F1ench Colby College Jean Landels Patty Landus Seton Hlll College Maly Bake1 Chal les Bullelgh Husson Col lege DOFIS Hassett Bcals Buslncss College Sldncy Glaham Ma1ne M311 tlme Academy Challes Folsom Hlg B1own Easteln Academy of Beauty Culture Jean Beauheu Jean1e Dawn Jen sen and Beve1 ly Russell ale t1a1n1ng at the Easte1n Malne Genelal Hos pltal Glo11a Lyons Some1x1lle Hos pltal Some1v1lle Massachusetts Pa t11e1a McDonald I41ankl1n HOSpltal Boston Massachusetts Faye Ha1tley IS taklng a post g1aduate COUISQ at Stea1ns I obelt Allen Kenneth Ifalone Donald McDonnell and James Pound are ln the Navy Cha1les Ca1lst1om Tony Glachettl Dean Hope James F1tzpat11ck Ph1l1p I'1tzpat11ck Ph1l 11p Plante and Ioland Plante ale ID the A11 Force Donald VHZDIS IS 111 the Army The Cleat No1the1n Pape1 Com pany employs thc follow1ng Paullne Campbell Leo Klttlltk John Manzo Angus McDonald Paul M1chaud HONVdlCl Mllltl Donald Mo111son Annlc Mott Ioland ltusscll hllza beth Taylol Those employ ed locally a1e PIRHCCS Baines Walg1ecn Phfnmacy X ll g1n1a Balncs Pounds Coffee Shop betenty four Dolo1es H1gg1ns ?MllllI'l0ChGt Thea t1e Al1ce Jand1eau Kenneth P1eble Pleble Coal and Wood Company Ha1old La1lee Gongas Ca1age Ca1l NIcDonald Pushs Dany Mau11ce McLean New polt Flylng SCIVICG Doneth1a BT01115011 P11sc1lla P1ca1d Ge1ald1ne Plould J J Newbe11y Company Gall Wh1tQh0USQ F1lSt INat1onal StO19 Caly Holt IS employ ed 111 Lmcoln ludolph Julcack Cal1fo1n1a lose MacDonald P10113 Mackm Lango1 Paul Slmon Dclavsale l1cha1d Mc lnn1s John Pclkey hast Mxllmocket The followlng l1ve 111 town Ca1 ole Boucha1d F1eda Cotton Pat11c1a leyl M1chaud Jean Molgan Sala 1Ouelletl MOIIISOH Carlton Oakes Ma1yellen CC1a1gJ Shaw Betty QSawyerJ Wheaton Ca1o1W1tham Note Th1s 1r1fo1mat1on was cor 1ect to the best of our knowledge when the book went to pless IH Apr1l GUESS WHO" , y I . . 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BROWN 8I WHITE PAPER CO Telephone 188 BI O-XD STI E I T BANI OI 'NIAINF Fuzlrl Sfofe fo, Sfafe of Hume BANGOR FURNITURE COMPANY 8188 IIANINIOND STI I I T LANIC OP NIAIINF Northeast Alrlmes GEORGE SIMON P01 Infolmitlon md Ieselxatlons, j Hllllnoekft Nlalne L 1 SIMPSON S GREENHOUSE MILLINOCKET GAS COMPANY F PHIL FOR PHIL S GAS Gae Ranges Refrigerators Water Heaters 'P Hugh St Phone 213 S? QQ x " PKQI I ' i. 4 1- I 0 -: I ,, F0 , 3 ' I W 4' Y N T 7 I-2 5 I I L I I I I L, I I I 41 ' v V. H 1 - 1 ' va ,I I I , I I , 1 I Complete House Fll1'HISIICl'S 1 v , , 1. , , , , ' ' , I . I I u . I I I 1 u, I I 1 1 v . . 1 P v ' D v C C L ' V y F I ' 'e , I 'all 4 III I K1 97 Y l Q N BSSQSKSI A IGB?-ggi 'KW o s GONYA W I Dlstrlbutors of ESSO PETROLEUM PRODL CTS and BUICK MOTOR CARS M1ll1nocket Mame NISSEN BAKING CO ED 'NICINWIS See Our Full Lme Of CRADUATION CLOTHINIC Sc FOOTWEAR At Reduced Prlces Breldy Bros Drmk Naturee Beet J J Mulroney Pasteumzed 'Vhlk 8. Cream Telephone 264 Pound s Coffee Shop Maya mas and Lzqht Lunrhes MADELINE S BEAUTY SHOPPE 2F6 Penobscot Avenue Mrwhzne Mruhznfle C ld W'aLe I wnzllalcnfs All Bmauty Aldo MADELINE MANZO FRI DERICK BEST VS ISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1952 NADEAU S JEWELRY STORE Hflmllton Elgm BuloxaW1tch0s Intern'1t1on'1l Sterlmg' I C Smxth JL Comm Pormble Txpexxrntore sgiaerar neweGP?x 21" ' I Il Q . . A . . , A . I . . , Y L Y O C . . A . V U I I - - 1 1 Ice Cream - Confectionery ' ' 'fsf U ' 2' 1, 'K I , Y 1 v ' L 1 K V Q 1 7 I . ' . ' V C ax C K K Aa 1 K Y Q K C O' Y ' x 52 S2 'I x Q Q.-1 4 .f Bmw f Eclclle s Dr J R Sullivan Barber Shop C -XS LQSO Wolverton Motors Hotel 0 P I' Iqhonc 1 8 7 Great Northern Nletropolltan Llfe Insurance Company Re-p1 eeentatlx LS HAROI DI IOXFS IOIIN I PPUNNI I '10 II ttel Qtutt 90 Inst T511 uf Te JF? DeCOURCY S SEPVICE STATION 5611160 uzfh a bmzlv QJIIIDI lllIlll1OI15 To Thr Cltss ot THE FLOWER SHOP Il 1 N Xl T QDIAIHIIL In IIOKXIISSINT ANXXIIIIPI -YI XNXTINII Bfflafffblf MCNGD I9 LE .2 I ' , 1 E5 25 2 ' 7- I O C 54 -' OIL F t IJ ' 6: 'J ' T -f.. 0 O . Z.. .' . .I .. J t 'ITT . 2 'T . 12: 1"z'1 Tel. 335 I. 5, 11. 1 N -tfvv, I' 4 '- v ' vu '1 f 'z 1 ' S 3 T1 ' '52 Iitl -I Kvll -Iwr Lou .ILE v xxx ell 1 "fl 135 Ilighlzmml .-Xvw. 'ill' ' Cul. . 'I 5 .t r 5? 79 Q,-1 I N Q - f. ui lO'7Q!,7b'Z Mahan and Gonya Boddy 5 DENY M Mlllmocket Bottling Co Serene 5 BeeU7Y SGIOH CORNER DRUGS Inc S J Hlkel Store QPOP UNC COODN I OIT KATAHDIN MOTORS NXIIS K SPRXICI KHPXIJJI fel C -XP9 mal 'IPLK 14.8 IM S, x T11 ww Q2 5? L9 Qi 'wo Qmegg lf! NEI' fl f L K. 'A clk i 6 ,sf-Yx., TE I f n ,. V - V f 15 M ?f T 411I'1Zp.v"-- Inv- Mt - , . , . , .,. . R f"-'ff' ffffifff .V fu' f1'!.' fl mf V Afwzr X, XX nwtz f xx ' I.1f11l"'Y, wr-:A :mp ,xm2x1:zi1. 3 'V' Y- W1 'IV C H7 1 1 w I m , , . i ' E . ' . 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