Stephens High School - Tribute Yearbook (Rumford, ME)

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'S- 5 wif- an Aff THE XORE STREET ENTRANCE OF STEPHENS HIGH SCHOOL STEPHENS HIGH SCHOOL RUMECDRD MAINIE CAROL STEARTNS SQUIOF Edllor DAVID FQSTER Semor Edztor I 7 'A I if . I I 'I Y - -. 4 l' f K 7 ' ' ff . ,gffx - X It I J.. 'T -.KSA "MN-. I 'T-18.7 - ., 5 , . 11 X r 'A - A 1 , , , i- ' 1 .i I, IIRQ -A I ,vgq ,. I, WH.. ,Y dv , X ,. ,V ,- ,.'- r . 4 ' .K .- 5-f , W I J I I IK 4' . 4' h I Af -. I 5 I .nu jf-inf 'H' ,Q 'jxf'-. U - .K W A 5 , , , . A A ru .Y "Rf, --kann ' , - -N I 1-N " "ff 'J f .Q :gtg 7" 'wi' N , f ,, - ,A 'F-' f 'W V . 7 7 T 7 ' l 1 L I I I 1 a T - . . . 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III 705111 0 I 7 l 5 5 ll f' flux LUINIINIILL gnu 341 rousfw ind LIIHITIIIIQIV of umm md LIT rt thu thu studcnw of Rumford 'naw hun the be sz-m'cd'Ecat1or1 ',.11' I ,iff 423'-i ,Q f J 134, ff' THF HUNT?-ORD SCHOOI LOIN1MITTEEi Igfr hir C Lorgc Prentxse Scand Nlrs P1ulSLhaffrath 'Nh Exangelxste Nlaxllet Xlr Irsnph Almbem L11 urman Standmg Supermtcndent Laurence A Peakes Nlr Theodore Sxrms 6 X e ' f f I ! In l'Jil'l.,l'l! cfffrwz. . ' fo ' 'L ' 41 L 5 ' ' . ,, Qi ' 44 -F . :,:2'Y': ,I-1.4-1' - -ff' '. ' x - ' .. . - -. .--M -1. -I.,-,,,.,A, ...,,: hx ,. 'Cd 1'5" , 5 " W I 1 J' ek H a 1- -1 lm xlxntrh pruurus the proposed neu school fa mlm at flu wrner of York Strut .md Lmcoln Me- nur i r :hr rr un rf Humford Hung Xlzmx hours OfQ1I1ItIlNlXL run irgh work md pl mnmg, on thc' part ff tha IxL1mfnrdSLhoul BUIICIIH C omrmttre ruulted rn IIIL xnccpt mu rf tlm blllldlllg, at town mnctmg xx om of thx strps lll 1 lung rmgu program of sc 001 lxmrrmnt IIIL RUXIIORID SCHOOL PUII IJIXC COXINIITTEE mm 1151 Xlr Xlbnrt fl cl I n Xlr I 1L11Srh1ffrL1tl Xlr F V Ahara Chalrman mrlrug., I I 1 I Xlr lnrml VKrg,hr Nlr Thud re Srrns Nlr Exanggllste Niarllet r rf frnlrcr n . , n , , W sg ri f ' giitlil NEW! if '. 'f . 1 6. iii , A air MR. BERTRAZN4 N. FAULKINGHAM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL University of Blaineg Bates College Chemistry, Science a minififraford ' " 'W ,-A 'ft ,F , 1 4 . 'E-' I "L"': ow Xlit. hlfxsvteit Xl. lusTER IXSNISTANT PRINCIPAL Chlliy Chllcge. A. BJ University ul Maine Nlathematics litulty Manager of Athletics NIR. PIIILIP JACKSON GUIDANCE DIRECTOR Boston University, B. S.: Tufts College, M. Ed. Student Council Co-Advisor TRIBUTE Business Advisor ff! Mrs. McKnight and Miss Anderson discuss the problems of Freshman Eng- lish. KX V3 il I 5 5 ' I iiglish. Xliss Iwiii i' Pi xniii L s 459 ,,.-1 V,-,....-1 Mlm, XIINI nvx I. ANN nsuw I'Nc.i isu llriixcrsm' 1-I XI.nm-, II, .X.glI1l Swphunirmrc EIIKIINII 220 - .mai ii1unsC4+IIi'gi'. Iiiisrini lIimi-rsitx "Friends, Romans, Cuuntrymcn . I,iImr.ir1.m. N.itifui.iI Iliiimr Qwcivty' I:kik'llIfY LIIHIIFIHLID XI: s I is I xr x Xxmi ix Xlns. INLIIINI IXI1.-XI.IHlH I xi II ie I:N'c,l1 III I XII If I X CMIIA' C'-illirgi-. II. .-X.: Univ-rsitx I I I I K N I HI xI.llIIL'. XI. In. L IH 14 ,iii 5 Ili-Img CIILIIJ. Uwiiityr Clirriival CF-CIImiri1iAn X I I ' I N""" Xlns, If! rum in XIIZRRIII INHIHI Ifwmisu ' I I I I V . . . s " Ihmx I HIIIM' I I' X' H Ink' Unlvcrsitx III XIAIDC, II. S. in ' 1 I.m.l C ifiiwrmtiirx' III Mimi' I-li XI ,X Tmizu'i'i' I1cIit+,r1aI .-'uIiiwr IMIIIM XKMrIcsI'wp X54 .- Mrs. MerriII and Mrs. Kcaliher COT' rclatc SopImmurc and juniur CuIIc'gc Q 2 UN Fxui ISI! B. A., Uhhrrsity NI NIAIDC. NI. A., LIUIUIHIJIQI University y Xln. XY,xniii1N II. IIOLIHQUIQ FRI-QNCII Qin-Ivor 'I'cgicIicrs' Cl+IIcgC, Brevet SlllX'l'lt'lll' QI.El"INL'Igl1L'ITlCI1Il Uni- vvrsity UI Mfvntrc.1I. B. ELIJ C'.arIi-:IK l.Iriiwrsl!y of Arncrica. M. .-X. I I -IL.. .....,, -. .. NIR. THOMAS FARRELL Sociar. Srumss St. Marys College. B. A.: University of Maine Head Football Coach. I. V. Bas- ketball Coach. Junior Class Co-Sponsor Xin. Geottci: GAt.LAN'r. In. Civics. BIOLOGY Franklin College. B, A.: Uni' versity of Illinois: University of Indiana: Ball State Teachers' College: Butler University: Springfield College Assistant Football Coach. Assist- ant Basketball Coach. Track Coach I I E "FQ I - Kitts. EDXVARD XVARNER -it Leland Powers Schfal I, 1 Spoken VK'ortl .intl il lit-.mr Um- vcrsitjv i .iff KL- X ,, ,, the Spokc-ti Xtortl, Slmxt Semm 'tty I :ist 'fo t 7 ' , - lrin- N:'t.1k'iitg. l -1 -tlxgh' Chili 't lt st 1 . 51- v1 H -15' HN' 4.4! A i Lim Coach lurrell and Coach Gallant - - take Ilrht' out frqinl hjgtnfy Class- earn oing . . . Mn. JUHN S. Ross NlA1'iti'MAT1t's Univcrsitv ol, Xlaint-, ll. A. Audio-Visual Director Senior Class Co-Sponsor Xin. lltmsox lil!!-NNI! K lltitttrsitv ol Nlatne. ll. A., Q o.tch ol Ski Tumi Nl Ill llit C4 II lllsrom' ' -1 Q CS ti Ugg' tt llllll::::flllt'I..e. .1 mill Qwltilalllf l 4 Howard works on his junior l'rtft' Sim-.tking pivtu with Nlrs. Uftrner. Y' lfllu .-,P Q fs NIR. JXRTHU it FRF W Nl,xrilut.xTtt's Bates. B, A.: Columhia. M. A. Senior Class CTO-SPOHSKJT Mit, jortx Dirxsox Maruraxtfxrtes Springfield College, B. S.: Boston U niversity, Nl. Ed. Athletic Director. Basketball Coach dclvc iiitti the tilt-S, M9 3 i E? if MRS. NIAHION SENECHAL ART IJIIIECTOR Klziwichusc-ttS Sclwwl of Art, B. in Ed.: Sarah Lawrence Art Club Sponsor Klr. cihdI1li7C!i.iIIl .intl Xliw .Xlln-ii X Q 7a Xlii. R1,GIN."-.l,l1 C Ii.XNlli!'.RI,AIN MINS UfHm'i'ui1A A1 iigx Ui i iii Pima ru ig. SHUNTIIANIJ -I-YPINO. NIA'rHi'MATicS lluwin Qpllygl-, Llmu-f,1yy uf Klziinw Suit-ml uf Clirniiicrccg , . t , . - Xltiint-. B. 5. in Ed. litmtttn Univcrnty: C1-irham Crt SS Cliiiiitry. ,Iunitir High Xtirnia1SchwI I ilmixctimll. l'mf.1.1'Lmt Spfiiiwr ....-,M v, hm... Xli: Ihwxiciwu BAUM BUSINESS EDUCATION Un I':ith Institute: Bates Col- lmgv. llfwtwii University: Uni- wmtv of Maine 0 iitiwimii fnaCh, Combined i'umiS. Magazine Campaign Adviser Me t. Cwtiizcaii Siixxi.-xxx i MRS, NIAHIUY NHIRPHY 2,6 X'oc'Ai, MUSIC Uiiiix-nity tif Xl.iinc'. B. S.: ' I.i9.ilIm- luniiir Clvlicgc: Ceiriiam Smit' Ti-titlit-rf Cullugc Clint' Club Dircctfir IYN'I'HlIRIIYTfXI Xlimc' Ii. NIH Xt'.tliri'ii C tti1Str',.ittirv tit mn. Uiiitvti Smtw Yiuii l i Niiiwu. Uiiil--iii.i fin Swing Vi in 5 ti inn yu, it I 1. SS. 4 S Higli Bi i Iiiiu MR. CARL C. VVATSON MR. KERWIN D, ROBERTS XVOCATIONAL Suopwonx INDUSTRIAL ARTS Gfbrham S1819 TCaChC1'S' COHCEU Gorham State Teachers' College: Colorado A. and M. Unit-ergjfy of Maine VVinter Carnival Co-Chairman l' NIR. FRANK VY. XYUM IVII it X'lJl'A'l'lfl'YAI Snrvvxuuxk Curlmm Stats 'lit-.ulit-rx' CYrllt'gv Univc-rsity wt' Xlainv Xl1t.l,1mt,xnC,. l,lIKNIl 1 ll llI1lI1K.X Lllllflxllf til Xl..1!1L'. ll. S.. Xl I.l, .'XvlNI.iIlI l-v-fllmll fmltll. ,xxxlxl .tilt l3.4wlv.1ll C Jill, qluiiwi C lim g I O I C fv'Sgw'iix-ir, Xiwiitlay l'wcrL'at14m Mas. RUTH Davis ' HOME ECUNUMILN f'--- -"H Farmington State Tcacliurs' Cl-lf " Iegeg University uf Nlainc - r 0 Soplwonnvrc Claes Cu Spunwr. ' Sf: . L. -Q F. ll, A. CfrSIwnsnr MRS. ROBEHTA E. Srituur' lloxua lfcuxtmiivs 1-if X Furiningtwn State ,l4l'.lL'llt'l'N' Chl' ! , lege, ll. 8.3 l'rmiclum'4'llarring ton lliblc Lfnllr-gc. ll. A, F. ll, A. CufSpwnx.tr Xin. .'X1m'HT ll. llimvvw ltlIXllllX1JlXI14vXXI SUHIIIIN fi:a3 ff ' 13 C,+rrl1itmNt.trt- It nlitix Q ltfxgw. Unzxt-rxitx it Xl.l1llt' Xlr, XVatson and Mr. Roberts in the .1,..,. 1' c Xln, l.x'xi.xN HOLMAN SCIENCE llutt-s Ciillt-go, B. S4 University Hi xl.llIl1', Bl. lid. Stwritt- C lub Sponsor NIR. EDINIUND LEONARD IJRIYER EDUCATION Bates College. B. A.: University of Maine: Boston University Co-Sponsor of Sophomore Class I K MRS. ROSE BOUDREAU PHYSICAL EDIIIRTION Farmington State Teachers' College. B. S, Girls' Basketball. Girls' Softball. Sponsor of Outing Club XIII XlllYlY lllillill l'lIxsIc xl limit tri XIII 'lil liirlle-ge. ll S, SlWllIlLfllQ'lKl Cnllfgt- lu-sliI1i.m lf--itlmall fioatli 14 Miss Luc1ILI.E WING REGISTERED NURSE Central Maine General Hospital School Nurse C 44 all earning NIR RoIaI'R'r XY, joimsotv ."kmIINIsTRA'rIoN AND CUIDANl'I Buwtlriin College F""' 'F' YV SENIOR CI XSS Ol I IC I RQ ea Rov P 1 Sc ret Sa y e ,ML fAe c aaa o 1 56 CLUQ ,O ClyQC! CL 900 ganle 0 yOU, l"el'l'lQl'l'l el' . 223' I , fy . I B ,i.,y'k'Lw 'V 1 I G! , I' A. if V1 , N f , A ,, kai., arf X .f 3 . 1 A a V -f--,avi R I 1, rcsiccntg Cynthia N2lI'LlSiS, 1lK'2l5lll'L'I'Q 'Iam-t l.4mtcigm', C aryg ll St arns, Vice President. K . wa' cpl' 24" --ff vi SAY DRA HARRIETT ABBOTT COs1s1ERc IAL C OURSE A tumklc IH her ua E1 gas smlle On r rps S ndx rs 1 runcl to all L YICIICIS cl 7 7flCl IIC thc ILUL C INHXAL COLmsL plaxs rlu clrums qurtc xull mms x irmtlr I lllf parse nr ltr Sandra 1 a furhful ummmerual stuclnnt Cylu Club 1 2 3 Commcrual Club 'Xlinrggr s Undeclded AUT FOICQ ALICE MARIE ARSEX AULT COMMERCIAL COURSE IE 'appears to lx qulct and demun but uc found her to be uxacrous and lull uf un Sgnmr Plas Nldkn up Comrmttne Commcrcral Club -4 I' H 'X l Cvlec Clubl 2 3 French Club 2 3 Broad cast 3 4 Nlajorette 3 4 Secreran XX II FRED LEO AI BERT An nxullant clanccr Lulu also t J 1 4 4 I3 is t C lulm 4 Il mal 7 San 7 X Stag N Inn Clu tmp, C lulu 4 4 C ross C Ountrx 's X s.1' IEAN C,AIL ARN OLD ChNhRA1 COURSE Xnauous Lmrnc uorks hard for Snphans s Lrlmll l 2 3 Capta 4 1 IL rm 3 Sllllfll' l ln Custumc CUIIHIIIK tu I mn Club l 2 Ilmruuzst 3 L 3 3 4 Cn mom Coronatlon Ball Army Nurse 'Q' ww- . RICH Url? 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LAVVRENICE CARLTOW BARRETT Glssuul CIJURSF rrx l a Xtl'S'llllL fellow whose sense ol humor bls brought l'!1IU mam fIlCl'1LlN Ile IS agru illlt at all IIITICS and a Vkllll l a cle atnr Footllght Club 2 4 Debate Club 3 4 SEIIIUI' Plas Selence Club 2 4 Latln C lub l Undeclded LX DIA ADELAIDE BEAUCHEQNE llONTI FCOXUXIICS COIIIKSF C t l t Q Tllllt t glrs IH lllr Cass IKClll l m of tht frltnflllest Because llc L nom L crx one rf er Cassmltls llxes hcr She IN fm f the most lllfllflll members of the Clrls Glen Club l 4 G L Clubl Home ECOI'10l"DlLS Teacher Q EDVK ARD ROQCOE BARRY C OI IILE C oullsla Cllr most Lhtuful senlor Barrx I9 a xerx stucllr us ltllou Ile brlghtens the was of lll who lmoxx hlm students md teachers lllltc Football l 2 3 4 Track 2 ase ball 1 4 Basketball 1 Selence Club 4 Latin Club 1 2 Englneer KAREN PAYE BARTLETT C Fwrlul. COURSF The prettx mllorette from Room 108 19 lcnoun flr her QUICK cooperatlon and VkllllDgl'1CSS to do her share B s Ltball 1 Xlajorette 1 2 3 4 FHA 3 Parllamcntarlan 4 C lee Club 1 Carnlxal ueen Candlclatc l Nurse MAURICE A BEI ANGER C rxrmr Counsr Xlo IS om of our more talente QCHIUYQ Hls frlcnds at Stephens base en lui-cl tba mms pllno and local solos that Nllurlce has XHLD durlng as semblx progrlms Hls frlendls smlle Has es for Il Football 4 Track 3 4 Cross Coun tn 2 Alr Force ROGER FRANCIS BERWIER COLIICE Counsl A pleaslnt Slllllf. IS Rogcrs trade marlt X ultts eonursatlonlllst he IS fI'lCI'llllX touarcl uerxone hes qulte a lacl on tht dance floor tlo Thr C lass of 1956 IN ll'lLlCLCl fortunate to haw hlm lllelx lt qtppbtns Football 7: Baseball 3 4 Teacher LU ell we LU CU' L 5 fo f 2 F85 Hlan 2Cel0fl0l'l 17 L34 1 , iw . ' . A W, 32? 7 Y --La iv' 'S ., A ' , , , , . , ., ' m , ' v 1, Q , 'V 2' ' 'RUC ,'lJ' 'g. "I Ki"'. 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' 1 ' ' , 1 , - ix C A M A 57 A IQ ' Cl 0 2 Q CECELIA LOUISE BIELSIsIS CON1N1fRCIAL COURSE C1ssx IS tht gxrl xuth the ong lxlonde han Rither CIUICI she speaks sulclom hut Hl1'1l she cl ms sax 1s well sud ThL T11111111r staff applauds her Loop1r1t1o11 and hu Lfhelenu as a IN plst FHA 2 Bmfuitnst 4 TRIBUTF 4 Interlor Decorator IIONEL VK ILFRED BLOUIX CO1 LECE COURSE LUCY plnasmt llonel 1S one of our nmct stuchous ann rs He 18 un sen rus 111 thought VK hun there IS uorlx to hy func LIOIIL 1 than reads to e p llIN cl1ssmates or h1s teachers ack 1 7 4 Lat b Cross Coumrx '7 3 Undemderl s ,-,J ani' FRANK EDVVARD BISHOP CCJLLhGE Counsrz On the gr1d1ron or 1n the classroom Eddle succeeds 1n all hc attunpts He has hun 1 futhful and eflxucnt has lCLtl11ll 1111n1p.,1r ass Trusurer 2 3 ootnll l Z 4 Baslx hall Xlaniger I 2 3 Qcxenee Club 4 Latm Club 1 2 A A Councll 3 4 Engmeer 2 Xl FRED IOSEPH BISSONNETTF GENFRAL C OURSL A fmcndlx ar 111111111 sxtth the hms lhx us and 111 1 9II'lIlC xx hen Freccle L 11s fm uf the most 1 us g1111s t 11 sun it Sup C s 1 S1111 Nlucl 1 mtl lllll 111111 Ilr tthn IS 1 l'-l'1CI1Cl to extrx odx Undcculcd MARIE CECILE BOIVIW Cox1x1L11c1AL Cours? 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Q ' L f A 1 cl - ALPIIOINSE CLFTUS BRADLEY C,t:'srPxt Qounst A rough Xl IS aluaxs Qule n school ht ts the Ltnter of lun uxth hrs frlends Hts oogtooga ht rn IS a mllxar sound at Stephens VK here Al rs there IS a good tlme for hls mam close frlcnds Football I Uncleclded RENNFTII 'VATHAN BRIC C ETTE X OCATIONXI Lotmsr You cant judge Ixenm b his sue' He ts one of tht most capable catlonal students ln school XVhen XII' Worcesttr asslgns a mb Ixtnnw cat rtes ll through ln hls quiet 1n1m1tabIe fashlon Semor Plas Props Commxttee State Pohce IEANINE THFRFSA BRI' KU C Lv P xt C otmsr utct hut tquallx gn t :nrt locl port hr xs rea ltntl 1 gtntn us hclplng hand sethallI27w4IH-X12 ca I 2 Softhalll Art Qlubl 2 4 Beauttclan PHILIP LEON BROONIHALL C LNI RAL COURSE hutch IS the slsr man ot tht Class o v' IJlI1'lDg hts tumor tear ht rep resented Sttphcns rn the nauonal h1gh schofl ehampxonshlps Colorado uhert he ned for first place Good sltl mg Butch' Football I Sls1'I'eam I 2 3 4 State Pohce fl .S?eloAen5 .gjclzoog foo, werden? 19 C XROI IIIEXE BRIMION COXIXIIHLIXL Counsr r I I an XII Sttphtns lr s tthtll I 2 Qcmor Plat om mutt nl C luh 3 X mt Pre 1clLnt4 I H-X I Sttrttarx Treasurer 2 C let Cluh I cr Setrntart Trtasurtr 2 ll 4 I'-rtnch Cu 7 3 4 Splthall l Broadcnst 5 Exchmge Ldttor 4 Qutlng CIuh 3 4 Carmxal uetn 7 Nlatne -Xllgtate PCSYIX xl 5 YIecl1caI Seeretarv JXXIES LDV ARD CHAISSON Cot t at ts Counsr rxentlllness IN 1 X xt :rc r rms wus courteous alu ns sm1 mg IITI ISCLIILI Int wishful it tlmts farthlul mtmher uf the sltl tc tm ht h1s llxCLlllI7IlllI1 1 p unt r the sqt st ull 2 ltl Team I Setanta C lub I Xtron lllllhll EIIKIULLI' LUG. 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ROBERT LEYTE FALLON COLLEGE COURSE Bob the athlete of our class IS as wrtty In conversat1on as he IS capable on the grrdxron the basketball court the baseball dramond Football 2 3 4 Track 2 Baseball 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 a Club I 2 Class WIcePres1dent 2 Boys State Alternate 3 College DAVID EARLE FOSTER COLLEGE COURSE VV1ttx CHZICICDCV thats Daxe Footllght Clubl 2 3 4 Bandl 2 Presldent 3 Baseball Manager l 2 3 4 Sentor Plax Scrence Club 4 Plan nmg Commxttee 3 TRIBUTE unror Edltor 3 SCHIOI Edltor 4 IVISQZZIDC DIIVC Manager 3 General Manager 4 Boys State 3 Iuntor Prrre Speakmg Spear Speakmg Contest 3 Oxford Speakmg Contest 3 Engmeer fe JAMES LEVUIS FERGUSON COLLEGE COURSE The abIl1ty to get along easrly wlth hrs classmates marks our Fergle Hrs cheery smrle and open frrendlmess of manner make hrm a valued member of our class Football l Basketball l 2 Baseball 1 2 Latm Club 1 2 Accountant IOHNI BARRY FRASER COLLEGE COURSE Barn IS the fellou vuth the mfec trous laugh when he chuckles ex ery one laughs vuth hrm I-IIs classmates and hrs teachers at Stephens enjov Barn s dxnamlc PCISODSIIQ as uell as hrs little grm Semor Plas Latm Club l 2 Aeronautlcal Engmeer BARBARA ANN FISHER GENERAL COURSE Vkarm hearted efhcrent Brbsy IS a fnend to all A task allotted to her IS always capablv ompleted ootIght Club 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 1 Latm Club 1 2 TRIB UTE 3 4 Outlng Club 4 Student D1 rector One Act Plav 3 4 Assembly Commxttee 3 R8d1O Workshop 4 Undeclcled ALICE FAYE FREEMAN COININIERCIAL COURSE The happx go luckw grrl Freeman aluaxs comes up ulth a channmg smrle that makes the dax a happler cnc for uenone Stnlor Plas Commerclal Club 3 4 Glu Club l 2 3 J V Cheerleader I Broadcast 3 4 TRIBUTE 3 4 'Major et e 3 4 Secretary Lflfel' al'l'lLU6l Olll' 60,9 0l'l'LOI'e yea? 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GXUTHIER CCH LEGE C OURSY Intc Ilglllf C.IlI1gCI'lC Pltp sLrXLs hls school ulll ID thc .lucllollslldl depart mlnt Churlul dcptnddbllltx h constant dllll Student Councll 3 Fwrbdll I 2 3 4 Blskttblll I SCICHCL Club I 2 3 Excautnn Cornnuttu 4 Undeclded our ueen canvbolafe wad crowneol ,jwler qfnafeafyf 23 Q fi, ' 4 1, V - A ' .'XI,IC'i ,Y. 'I f FUI IIQR . f 2 1 1. .I Q: lf f . ' . 1, .7 Q: , ,. .' A CY, ' IAI C-CDIIHSI CQl1 'l lml I llsl. Q , . ' ' :X s :I :ur IllC'lI1IJl'I' ul' tht' CQirls' CLI H MICH is ll girl wht, cl ' . ' ' nu In ht-r swpllw fl - 1' xl , H. If ' 'I C'I I is I'uIIL'r. Quictz ll ' ', Qhc z I ' .' " ' ' , 'L1' 'l I cur ' ff IN 1 .Q ' . : - ' ' . lllm1'sl1- 211 Iwinlxlu in In. ' 4 "DH '. ' 5 1 . :X ulj ' mtl th ' ls 1' '- ' ' m " 'f fl nur hlum' cycs of hvrs. 5X truc Iricnd in- sport, shcfs the Center uf lun in any schmll and tu our class, ' ' ' - FI If 1 CQICQ Cl .. 4: rm lust I'II:X I, 3, 4: Cllcc Cfluh I. 2, 3. 4: Sc 'I aj: IT . I: CQ 'L' I b I. :X ' : s.' ' 1 : I ' ' ' ' :N .,.: I Q rl 3 - 1 ,J ' ,1 -. If , I, 1 ' i . 5 1 A, 8 . W I 1 4 l 1 I I 4 5 K - . f -- I - - is I is s .I I I I . g . , . f 1 C ' 1 .1 ' ' , , , If 'vf X, 111.1 5 V gl 1. , ,.. f I X' I I I l 1 I X I I YQ I 1 ll c I I ' I "Sic '5' is f " ' 1' 0 hi- U. H f 1 " -' 1' ' . NCI-fL'I'C 1 lls"' 1 ' .3,41 2: 31. I. f 1 CII . - 1 " : l . , 1 'f 1 . , , ii 'S ENIELIA MARGARET CILLIS COININIERCIAL COURSE Although 'Vlcla IS qulct and strxul hcr IHLYSUIIJIIIQ sparltlt from hcr ues A falthful frlcnd sht IS .1 vullmg studcnt Bmltetball l Sucnce Club 2 3 4 Broadcast 4 Art Club 4 Nurse GERALD ROGER HENRY Com Ec E COURSE Gerald 15 onc of thc moit courteous students at Stephcm Hlgh School Hrs gentle manner: and pleaSant smllc make hlm a fax orlte of classmates and under classmen allltc He 15 trustu orthx loyal and constant m hrs fnendshrp Undeclded And A HENRY VK lLLlA'Nl GLOVER GENERAL C ouner. Slllll NITICLTL full cf fun llcnrx IS lllxad ln all 11 ho meat llllll 1t Sttphtns lgl Sth cl loml rf tht uoocls an of huntxng, hc xpcnds much ot hrs tlmc xuth hls scconcl h bbx .auto machmc Culmarx Arte E XIARX EILEEN GOODVVIN CEwE1m1 CoU11SE orcx tht llttlc Qlfl ulth C 4 L and Nl 1 lx Har Nl7lT 1n rut um btht tht q111Lt EllL"IllIX ot ur xmnmr trballl l 1tl1l,h CUl12 3 Clue Clubl 2 3 4 Broadcastl 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 4 Beaut1c1an al JOAN Cl ENXS HEYRX GENRE 1.1. Counsr Hard uorltmg capahlc I IS pleae I 0 r ur rf tl111ct ClLI'lC.'v IS TCfl'LNl1lI1L, 1 lm Uv. 1m Clul '7 gc 1 C IIUIIIL ala ll 1 TH 3 4 T1111sU1t 3 4 S f1b.1ll4 Outlngiluh Nurse Oy. lllefe we l0l"0U O OLLI' new C 6155 fill 24 FDVK ARD VV HOFFXI-NNT Cotucl COLIRQE The firm nxophrnt chan ln the Stcphcns lllgh html IS C3lUJl1lX hllul Kult Illlll 1 tlultt full 1 u to n xx 1 1 ha altmtl a ncrusxurlfr vu c I lrum Bn I7 3 4 Sc1cnccCluhl 2 Elcctrxcal F ngmeer . 3 LT lf? s .A if 8 I . L l 1 l 7 A A Y L Y Lt t" ' ' rc- Q xl . .' '. 41 K , - j "fl 1lj" is ' ' ' 4 " th " , M ' ' ' . 1 ' 15 ' " ' l" ' " ' L f 1 1 5 U l1i'l4 1 ,WLII H loot ' I L lil' g ' U V' , I ' ' 01, 3 1 ' 'h i d ' Q". 'I' ' l' ' -,' ' ' 1' C f"' . ., 2 Y- . il A .H A 'f Q Bawlil ' 1 Tot Wt il ,., 4: Commercial Club 3, 49 Glee Club ly 2: flepan. A good fnend, a true frlend IS Senior Playg FHA 1, 2, .ll Secretary 33 ' 7 . ef 1 " 1 . , . 'Q I , . Y ' v ' . E, I . is I F A v - .w 7 A V , v . 1 t l 1 -' " , ' ' 'lllyn 4. .- ' .V 1. ' C ' ' .Q I ant o h with. llc 1' 1 7 efh- .3 1 . 'I "1 " ' I' ' -f '- -' - ' 1, by "X " ' l: V llj. " ' jo link-1 all l: 'la - h 1 ... "Cl'C'- XC' k " ' I in 1 1 1111 fs 2 V4 nd ' - tarj 33 X -r " l CTI l 4: ' A 3, 5-11' 'lf' 'H if 1 " l'WfY"n0l ' "CTF" X 4g Ulu' Cllllll l. 2, 3. 41 lroztlmxt 3, 43 Un ' 5 lm ' l- ICH ' 1 'Y 3 ad,.., ,3.1' Y ,- 4. . 4 . 94 3 HOWARD LEE HOLMAN CKJLLECI1 C OURSE Football rn the Fall and baseball ln the spnng bound Lees xear X fnendlx warm hearted gnn and a cheerful xxord mark hrs passmg ln the hall lee rs exerybody s frlend and exerxbodx IS hls frlend Football 3 4 Baseballl 2 3 4 Undeclded f W K J fu. l ff ,..f.4"" rx ,Q Z fi NNN. "" HAROLD MARVIN JONES GENERAL COURSE uxet Okre saxs lrttle but xx hen he speaks he excpresses an ldea that rs xx ell xxorth hstenrng to Alxxaxs xxllllng to help a pal he has manx staunch frlends at Stephen Hrgh School Stlll vxaters run deep Oakre Navx H, x WARREN EUGENE HORNE Cr NERAL LCJURSE In h1s sophomore xear VN arren came to Stephens lllgh Sehool from nexghbormg Dxxheld lle IS full of fun and lox es to keep hrs felloxx classmates Cand hrs teachers tooj laughmg at hls xxrttx remarks Football l Traclxl Baseball l Dlx held Undeclded . Q- A STANLEY CHARLES IONAITIS Cr NERAL COURSE Tan Tan loxes 1 good lrxelx argu ment but IS the hrst to admrt lf 1f he s IH the xxrong A xoung man of great LlCICIfDl1'ldIlOI1 xxe d sax' You xe added Lest to our classes on manx a dull day Football l Baseball 1 2 3 4 Bas ketball 1 2 Undeclded LAURIN THEODORE KAULBACK XIOCATIONAL COURSE Ted IS one of our best shop xx ork ers Hes one of Xlr VX orcesters most dependable men Ted spends most of hrs tlme xx orkmg but xxhen he S not at xxork he can be found xxlth hrs manx frlends Semor Plax Coronatlon Ball Deco ratlng Commlttee 4 State Pohce t CL! we 5l90l"fe l 2 51011719 0 f 2 yea? 25 WHITNEY LEE KERR QONINIERCIAL COURSE Chuck IS so CHZICICHI and capable IH ofhce practice class that hls class mates xxonder xxhat thev exer would hax e done xxlthout htm Nlodest and un assummg, he has a grin and a helpful xxord for all Chuck IS one of our best school cmzens Accountant x I 954 '--f :ft Y I 'Au X , I f x N Y 4 4 1 1 t 1 Y ' '- f t ' V ? .' 7 ' . - - 1 - - , Y .,,A . 2 .Y ,v , U V v 7 uk - Y 'Y ,Y -p ' - L V SY - X tv f . f,'f , , xx A Wx M K, A , 1 .V 5 k 1' 'V V 1, ' Y 1: vv - "'32:1., ' 5 I .3 ' X A T ' 4 A ' i 2 :nina 22:2 .fi:i:-.:-r- 'zlziii 1' 3 at ,145 S 1 , v 1 I ' ' v ' 7 ' . t I D D '. ' d . Y I 'Y ,, . V 7 V v. S . X , , 1' - E L 74 I ,S I r Fm It U O L J A A . Lelt to right: Carol Breton, Carol Stearns, Cecil Boivin, Gloria Stanvilis, Eileen Good- win. Terka: Wfhat can it hc? Kata: lt's from Budapest. lXlrs. G.: Dowry linen from Aunt Stanei. l -said 'FE- A Q f'?' Y. ' 66 , Y? ., 1' c "5 A 211211 L3 i 1 A Q., Y' V ,xi A -L7 lun---suxu-n ACT I Left to right: Sally Stearns, David Foster, Ken Shea, Gloria Maillet. llorkoy: May I speak a word. please? X'Vill someone he kind enough to tell which is the eolonels wife? 12' 35 ri dk!! "Now here is the RIGHT color." Blrs. Vllirner and her make-up committee, Klagella Labonte, and Alice Freeman. 'eff Left to right: David Clement. Dravid llmer, " ' linuie Paul. lien Shea. x pt, e X llorltoit Do you realize. Rieliarcl of 'ff 4 the Lions lleart. that You have coinpro- " 1 X . . ' ' nusecl the lillilllf' honor. A liaclg You .ill hear? RiCh.1rci. take oil your liemll Citla: ilihe m.ichine wont worltl A LOL! ma. arner an our enior pfag cadf. 26 .Sin fem f "Seven Sisters" by Edith Ellis is a Hun- garian comedy in three acts. The whole play revolves about the seven sisters in the Gyurkoxics family and how they are mar- ried, the oldest first. Some very funny situ- ations arise in the household when two cousin Toni's appear at the same time. However, Mitzi and Eenerz resolve the whole tangle and Love rules the day. v David Clement tries on Knute's helmet for X illa Thurston, Paula Lemay. Carol London, Jean Arnold, members of the costume committee. First row: Gloria Maillet. Carol Steams, Eileen Goodwin. Gloria Stanzilis lean Gagnon. Carol Breton. Second row: Kenneth Shea, David Clement, Francis Paul, Real Roy, Sally Stearns, David Foster, Cecile Boivin. 24 S x Directed lay: Mrs. Efhe VVamer Assisted by: Carolyn Delano janet Lantaigne fi ,. 53 ' iii . Ft 951 " jdaf wan 22, 7955, our :Senior gear. .llakefup Committee Blagella Labonte Emila Gillis ,loan VVatson Marilyn Garrett Fay Clouticr Alice Arscnault Alice Freeman Francis Labonte DAVID EARL KIMBALL VOCATIONAL COURSE Dare has a mce brg smmle and a frlendlv Hello for exerw one he meets Small m stature he turns out a large amount of work He IS one of 'Vlr Worcesters most efhcxent and capable students Senlor Plav Coronatlon Ball Deco ratlng Committee 4 Career ln Navy CERHARDT PETER KRASKE COLLEGE COURSE Gerrs IS one of our most studlous and 1IldUSIfl0l1S semors No hour to hlm IS wasted Student Councxl 4 Track l 2 3 4 Scxence Club 1 2 3 Executrve Com mlttee 4 Latm Club 2 Assembly Com mxttee 2 3 C ross Country2 3 Scrence Farr 3 4 Electrlcal Engmeer Qi LEE ERNEST KNAPP X OCATIONAL COURSE A xerv quret and CHTICICDI box around tht shop Lee ls a consclentlous work tr As ruth all hunters and hshermen he IS a frlendly chap and a faworlte xuth hls fellovs vsorkers Good huntmg ee' Senior Play Coronatxon Ball Deco- ratmg Committee 4 Carpenter 'VIACELI A H LABONTE Hox1E Ecoxsonncs COURSE rf tht most Lnthus1ast1L ehurltaders on tht squad Basketball l 2 3 4 lqootllght Club 3 4 Science C ub 3 4 FHA 2 sldcnt 4 Cleo Club l 2 Chierltldtr 3 4 Broudtatt 4 Softball Undeudcd ANTHONY JAMES KORIS GENERAL COURSE Vle all admlre Tom for hrs true Stephens Hugh spmt of sportsmanship and for hrs athletn dblllfj Hrs wide grm and frlenclly nays make hlm a favorlte with all hrs classmates of 1956 Football l 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Latm Club I Undeclded JANET LAURA LANTEIGNE CONIMERCIAL Counsl- an lb full of fun Her part frltnd lmess has made her ont of tht fxxorltts of her class Class Setretars 3 4 Basketball l Student Drrtetor Semor Plas Com merc1alLlub 3 4 C lee Club l 2 3 4 Oadeast l 2 3 4 Xlam tt l Churlcadtr 3 4 Secretarx UJILOI' Bal' IUCLJ Peat ull llfll UIUOI' l'LZe 28 Jr 9 A V 4 i' I ' A, J A, . .4 ,H . . . 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CI11II'1g' I"I'I 1 4 1 J 1 If ' f f f L f -Q-f THERESA DOROTHY POTVIN COMMERCIAL COURSE A xery quxet shy young lady S Tre Pleasantly merry she has made mann frlcnds at Stephens Hrgh School Her classmates admire her a1r of calm LHICICDCY 1n all her commercxal studxes Clee Club l Broadcast 4 Secretary JOYCE CAROLYN RAYE HOME EcoNoMrcs COURSE Joycre IS an extremely quxet per son vsho has werv httle to sav She takes the Home Ec course and she llkes to cook and sew Almost any cold snappy vsmter night vou can find Joyce out skatmg for she los es the out of-doors Housewrfe PATRICIA ANN POVELITE COMMERCIAL COURSE One of the snappxest senxors Pa IS actne on the Broadcast staff A stal wart member of the Art Club Pat IS at her best wlth a pencll FHA 1 Glee Club I 2 Cheerleader 1 2 Broadcast2 3 4 TRIBUTE 4 Art Clu 2 3 4 Stenographer Q92 'un ROBERT EDWARD RODERICK COLLEGE COURSE Bob IS one of the quleter members of Our class He does elhclentlv any vuork that rs expected of hlm One of Stephens best sklers he wxll be greatlv mlssed by the team Football 1 2 3 4 Skx Team l 2 Arr Force Llfllfe, we lg duccead, 33 S MICHAEL JOSEPH PRINN COLLEGE COURSE Mrke rs a frlendly fellow who llkes to have a good t1me Hrs mfectxous grm dellghts all who know hxm Bas ketball s hrs sport' Football l 2 Baseball l 2 Basket balll 2 3 4 Latm Clubl 2 French Club 3 College ALBERT VVILLIAM ROY VocA'rroNAL COURSE A xery cheerful fellow Blll rs al wavs laughlng and slngrng as he works Hrs favorxte pastlme rs huntmg Baseball 1 2 3 Skl Team 1 2 4 Semor Play Coronation Ball Decorat mg Commlttee Carpenter 9"S-v- 1 A' A I ' X 'M A A l - - 11 - 11 . 11 11 1. . 11 . . - 1 1 1 1 1 Y 11 1. . . . . . . 1 1 , . , . . 1 ' 7 ' - . . . . 1 . 5' I . . 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You can always depend upon him to tum out a good workman- like job--whatever the difiicult task as- signed. Senior Play, Coronation Ball Deco- rating Committee 4. Amied Forces 'Sv ARTHUR IOSEPH TAYLOR GENERAL COURSE This athlete will surely be missed on the baseball field and on the basketball court. With his sense of humor and pleasant ways, he will make friends wherever he goes. Football 1, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. Teacher Bob Susbury and Janette West in conference with Mr. Ross, Home Room JOHN FRANCIS TODD COLLEGE COURSE A friendly fellow who always has a smile for everyone is "T0ddy." His warm grin makes the day seem brighter. Track 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball Klanager 4, Footlight Club 1, 2, Band l, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2. Medicine VILLA FRANCES THURSTON GENERAL COURSE Affable, capable-Villa is tops! Basketball 1, 2, Senior Play, Science Club l, 2, FHA 1, Parliamentarian 29 Glee Club 1, 29 junior Prize Speaking, All-State Music Festival 3, 43 Acting Librarian 3, 4, Latin Club Ig TRIBUTE, Statistics 4. Teacher gf NORMAN ALBERT TRENOVVETH GENERAL COURSE "Norm" was one of the shortest mem- bers of our class, but we certainly can- not judge his worth by his size. The fellow who always kept his 'classmates laughing. he was sometimes a trial for his teachers. Navy lille 3, meanf ECLCCG allfellte gX0fCi5eJ, 36 PASQUALE LOUIS UMBRO VOCATIONAL COURSE "Patsy" is a friendly person, pleasant to have around. He is a kind, under- standing, and considerate fellow who is very well liked by his classmates. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Bas' ketball 1. Undecided rd 3 IANETTE EVA WEST COMMERCIAL CouRsE An excellent commercial student is Ianette. She is kept busy with the band where she is a sectional leader of the clarinets. Band 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Clee Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Broadcast 4. Stenographer ana! monday, our Auf rea addem C95 MURIEL HARRIET VACHON COMMERCIAL COURSE A cheerful girl, Muriel is friendly toward everyone. She is often seen bustling around the Machines' Room, doing her share to get the Broadcast out on time. FHA 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Broadcast 1, 2, 3, Business Editor 4, Basketball 2. Beautician DONNA LOU WING COBIMERCIAL COURSE A pretty redhead with merry blue eyes, Donna makes friends wherever she goes. She has a warm sense of humor. Commercial Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Broadcast 4. Undecided 3 7 IOAN BARBARA WATSON GENERAL COURSE One of our snappiest majorettes, "Ioanie" is a pretty blonde with blue eyes. Always as neat as a pin, she is very softespoken. Majorette 1, 2, 3, Assistant Head Majorette 4, Senior Play, FHA 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Broadcast 3, 4, TRIBUTE 3, 4. Beautician Jean Arnold and Melvin Bowie with Mrs. Kealiher, Home Room 108. dfy, CLGIOQ . 3 . ,qi 'nv TIMOTHY DENNIS PARENT COLLEGE Counsiz Returning to Stephens lligh in his senior year, Timmy has renewed Qld friendships. Eymard Preparatory Seminary: Foot- ball 2, 3: Baseball 2. 3g Basketball 2, 39 Debate Club 2, 3: Photography Club 2, 3. Carol Stearm and David Foster . . . nur candidates to Girls' SIBIC and Boys' State. Dave won lwnure for our team Religious Life when he was eleetecl Alternate to Boys' Nzitiwn. Pete anal Gerry prepare the aiuclitorium fur an assembly. g., 41 L-gf .ll Olfr It S, 30,77 edl,-ia 00,1 '15 160 fund U7 fqljm CX ' IJ, inli 11 f C U 14.11 11,14 fr wclqbvrs i"! 'ff 'fit' rl c- 1 . 117301. 6401, fit, r 'lr' '01 Q! A. well came C6455 ag - - wAaf a Ai arioud fime - - 38 2" 'ilcincnihcr now :til you planning to go on thc Uiash- ington trip . . ." Mr. Rosa Prcsident Real Roy. and Knutc Paul. The Seniorettes won second prize in the Barbershop Quartette Contest. Marilyn Garrett, Carol Breton, Sally Stearns, with Carol Steams at the piano. - 0 1 ..1. -...--- "' A' '-r P f V .,, ,uyf-L i h-4 r x fT"X X gf .i- I,fJL1i4C and Carol ponder over Ytfwton and his iawb. OA ave QB' QY 6 o . XO gxgui . rw 110 A Gb 30 5129: - 6. . 'J 05426, L-ab age- V965 Xicsfvkx, W' an on une Z flue Cfadd 0 56 gracluafeclf 39 X ,. , , ig 'ali- Q N ,NS ,iii Mr. Faulkinghamk chemistry lab, Room 327, Period 2. 71112, My UZ, gain experience for flle coming yeard . C arid 0 7957 First Row: Jeannine Gauthier, Mary Ann Melanson, Pauline Jannace, Theresa Babineau, Lea Drapeau, Bettyjane Jess, Jeanette Fortin, Clara Roberts, Louise Giambattista, Betty Priest. Second Row: Donna Thurston, Ann Gallant, Marilyn VVest, Mary Hutchins, Suzanne Breton, Nancy Blay, Barbara Cameron, Faye Goodwin, Andra Haley, hlarilyn Maynard. Third Row: Eric MeFail, Ronald Daniel, Richard Austin, Joseph Salatino, VVatson Clark, Joseph Elliott, Sylvio Gamache, Robert Garrett, Richard Moore, Pat Vatalaro. Albert Bradley. Fourth Row: Gerard Boucher. VValter Patrick, James Robertson. Gerard Dorion. Alfred Arsenault, Linwood Averill, Russell Inglis, Jack Rioux, Charles Roy, Harold Bessey, Jacques Boulanger, James Decoteau. Fifth Row: John Johnston, Garold Kingsbury. we ill,I'llf0l"5 GLU? !Cl,C26! ik? Ol' ed If 0!CAel'lll:5fI'y an ge0I'l'lefI"g . . First Row: Bernadette Levasseur, June Four- nier, Madeline Bujold, Elizabeth Ross. Second Row: Lynnette Demers, Patricia Doherty, Norma MacKinnon, Imelda Goodwin. Third Row: Donald Rand, Norman Roy, Roger Richardson. First Row: Theresa Kezal, Fay Tasker Louise Blouin, Rachel Folland. Second Row: Frances Labonte, Sandra Jan- nace, Carolyn Knight, Sandra Stearns, Third Row: Lucius Robinson. Alan Larsen, Allyn Boissonneau. v wg- . 3.41, First Row: Marion Smith, Nora Jones, Sarah Swallow, Antoinette London. Second Row: Connie Allen, Edith Hol- man, Carole Goodwin. Third Row: Richard TibbettS-lTerrence Smith, James Clark, Charles Howard. Left i .,4,q, to Right: Xlr. Turmelle. Mr. Farrell, Co-Sponsorsi Pauline Martin, Stu- dent Council: Charles Prinn, Class President: Rlarearet Xloonev, Student Council: Gertrude SeraHn, Student Council: Gav Kimball. Student Coun- cil Peter Stanzilis, Treasurer, Naomi Davis, Secretary: lon Allen, ViCC President. flue? ue afmodf reackecl flteir goa . . First Row: Marie Blais, Joan Boucher, Katharine Koon, Barbara Demeritt, Second Row: Dianne Narusis, Shirley Bowie, Carolyn Zale, Jean Bernard, Janice Hillman, Bernadette Arsenault, Adra Ash, Claudia Guay, Claudette Faucher, Brenda Brown, Colleen Xlooney. Theresa Bushie, Mary Ann Harrington, Rita Martineau, Gail Berry, Jean Kidder, Jacqueline Cormier. Third Row: Lambert Souey, Francis Puiia, XVilson Gagnon, John Francoeur, Jacques Dumoulin, Gerald Farrar, Arthur Bucknam, Robert Priest. Alex Martin, Richard Lafleur, Albert Legere, VV1ll1am Dolloff. Fourth Row: Donn Phillipps, Ronald Soucy, John Zale, Raeburn Yates, Jeddy Levasseur, Hance Casey, Eugene Boivin, David Poulin, Robert Ripley, Russell Theriault, Marshal Clunie, Tadd Kowalzvk, Clifford Arsenault. Fifth Row: Donald Martineau. 969, CALM 7957 CVM 0 I 958 First Row: Dorothy Tyler, Yvonne Legere, Rita Potvin, Kathryn Robinson. Second Row: John Flagg, Denis Fontaine, Erlene VViken, Jacqueline Pelletier. Third Row: James Denholm, William Fer- guson, Allen Sanbom. CC 77 eni, ui i, uici . . fLe :Sola omored First Row: Emma Blanchard, Alice Byron, Mary Murphy, Marie Burgess, Beatrice Drapeau, Ann Ross, Jacqueline Thibodeau, Bettina Demers, Vivian Blay. Second Row: Glendon Blaisdell, Lew Hoffman, Jean Farrell, Rae Tumer, Philomene Royal, Lillian Barry, Marv Halacy, Jacqueline Lambert, Richard Worthley, Robert Bradley. Third Row: William Boufiard, Raymond Boudreau, Dennis Irish, Richard Arsenault, Francis Shorey, Dale VVing, Robert Gauthier, Donald Perkins, Earle Kasregis, William Louvat, Robert Dumas. G - Fourth Row: James Home, Robert VVhitehouse, Lance Porter, Richard Welch, David Lovejoy, William Goodwin, Robert Taylor, Richard Cox. First Row: Diane Arsenault, Sally Tripp, Jean Gill, Sheila Mehigan. Second Row: Armand Dubois, Raymond Blais Charlotte Buck, Janice Goodwin. Third Row: Anthony Volkemick, Harold Row ley, Francis Murphy, Raymond MacDonald alle filet all 'Q First Row: Carole Canwell, Jacqueline Comeau, Elizabeth Ordway, Mary Rose Soucy, Rita Caruso, Margaret Serafin, Nancy Prue, Bessie Stearns, Audrey Auger. Second Rowzi Nancy Freeman, Rosalie Gallant, Constance Simard, Alice Fraser, Joan Patrick, Carole Thurston, Maryse Bernard, Beverly Packard, June Vaughn, Joan Amold, Nicole Dupuis, Lillian Volkernick. Third Row: John MacDonald, Peter Rogers, Dennis Gallant, Neil Sorenson, Arthur Boivin, Richard Doherty, Harold McCulloch, Robert McPherson, Robert Simard, Donald Young, Richard Nadeau, Ronello Vaughn. Fourth Row: Raymond Gillis, James Shields, Charles MacDonald, Robert Levi, Edwin Goodwin, Joseph Sassi, Donald Desroche, Daniel McKenna, Vaughn Jacobs, Keenan Marr, Leroy Lambert, Richard Bushie. COHQUQPQCI CCLQJCLP. Fe I'2Ct6!g !0l' HOW. First Row: Cecelia Umbro, Roberta White, June Richmond, Susan Hillman. Second Row: Joan Hopkins, Shirley Finnan, Gordon Angevine, Lee Boyle. Third Row: Dixwell Williams, Burchard Scott, Fritz Day. l CAM 0 I 958 45 First Row: Mrs. Davis, Sponsor, Beverly Pat- rick, Secretary, Nancy Carpano, President, Jeanne Donahue, Treasurer. Second Row: Dorothy Young, Elaine Penseiro, Student Council Representatives, Judith Beliveau, Vice-President, Mary Koon, Stu- dent Council Representative. C7054 I959 14 First Row: Theresa Boivin, Margaret Aliberti, Arlene Boucher, Judy Boulfard, Gail Auger, Joyce Cohen, Karen Barry, Mary Ellen Boucher, Fern Beauchesne. Gloria Ferren. Second Row: C-eorgia Duran, Priscilla Bowie, Carol Farrell. Phyllis Anastasio, Claire Boivin, Jeannine Cloutier, Carmen Carignan, Virginia Bowie, Helen Bartlett, ,lane Adams, Shirley Bielskis. Third Row: David Relanger. ,lames Cormier. Carmen Couture, Susan Day, Carole Arsenault, Klarie Ann Arsenault, Amelia Folland. Kathleen Doherty, Virginia Faucher, Linda Child, Joan Dolloff. Larry Fnman. Fourth Row: Kenneth Cole, Jacques Dupuis. Emile Faucher, Richard Canxvell, VVilliam Bourassa, Henry Arsenault. Lawrence Bedard. Rene Bates, Norman Cormier, David Belanger, Dennis Farrell, Paul Dorion. Fifth Row: Raymond Baum, Bertrand Barrett, Francis Bulger, Edwin Constantine, Timothy Foster. we red men ave 'udf Ae un fo fa flue ame. f 9 I0 ff 9 First Row: Catherine MacDonald, Edna Piper, Eliza- beth hlooney, ,loan Pelletier, Lauraine Pelletier. First Row: Roger Legere. Maribeth Plante, Linda IWC- Second Row: Raymond Viger, Clifford Rosmond, Laurier Cray, Kaye Leamed, Wlilliam Kelley. Rouleau, Philip Letourneau, Charles Porter, Richard Second Row: Alfred Turbide, David Hanscom, Raymond McPherson. Hillman, Richard Puiia, Duane Phelps, Stephen Third Row: VVarren MacFawn. Marcel Martineau, Prinn. Joseph Hickey, Francis hiartel, Philip Lozier, hlaurice Third Row: Ernest Small, Paul Hebb, Bernard Helm, Melanson. Dale Kingsbury, Allen Page, lon Kowalzyk. w . .A -A of K 46 First Row: Miss Barbara Anderson, Class Sponsor, Ann VVelch, President: Sally Masalsky, Treasurer: James Elliot, Second Row: Judith Dorr, Secretary: Paula Orino, Stu- dent Council, Scott Philbrick, Vice President. CAM 0 I959 P11 Uv '33 Student Council. First Row: Victoria MacDonald, Avis Martin, Marion VVasilauskis, Louise Vllhitman, Jane Perkins. Second Row: Bernice Perkins, Michael Richards, Nor- man Grassette, David Richard, Albert VVoods, James Salatino. Third Row: VVilliam Lafleur, Thomas Plante, Ronald Tyler, Eugene Knox, James Thibodeau, Ray Thomp- son. ff A7195 Ctll C0l1'll'l'lCL fdugfl CLP? LQIQCAQJ yeaf. First Rowg Constance Polero, Jane Umbro, Mary Ellen Taylor, Mildred House, Claire Dupuis, LouiseDurnoulin,Shirley Ryder, Jeanne Goulet, Jacqueline Mooney, Theresa Vatalaro. Second Row: hlargaret Milishousky, Nancy Goodwin. Nancy Rogers, Margaret Ronan, Shirley Rand, Brenda Porter, Nlargaret Parent, Lillian Lozier, Claire Freeman, Brenda hlacDougall, Christcen True. Third Row: Ann Shea. Carol Simboli. Margaret Taslcer. Kathleen Gallant. Patricia Goodwin, Brenda Thurston, Dianne Gaudet. Carol Putnam. Alice Turbide, Althea Freeman, Patricia Ripley, Harry Powers. Fourth Row: Roland Jacques. James Hutchins. Gordon Stanzilis, John Theriault, Paul Pomer- leau. John Faucher, Michael Mclsaac, Timothy Perry, Stanley VVhitman, Michael Day, Thomas Gamble, Donald Touchette, Chester Godin. Fifth Row: James Stone, Nicholas Kelley, George Theriault, Armand Metivier. 2i::i'5'l' if H , may , Raeburn, the future geometry teacher, explains the construction of chords to the class. . K Mhnc! .f gn Q 1 3 -ss. ,Egg , file C ell Q5 57" " 9 Egg! 5: 2313! Alice and Fritz take time out for refreshments at the hop. Shirley, lean, and Sheila serve. -Every one likes zz noon treat, Sue. Xmimi, and Gills-on dig out the eats while Elizabeth waits patiently. tgfifff ,.....a Rae, Sally and Chuck determine that unknown quantity. L in1l " ER-APPRE IATIUN Q IAY ' ' ' I5 1 I Q1 gwgw Left to Right: Peggy Mooney, Elaine Penseiro, Cay Kim- ball, Stanley Masalslcy. Left to Right: Carol Breton. Paula Orino, ,lim Elliot. Three of the main projects the council has under- taken have heen Teaclierf.Xppreciation Day in l9551 having the clock that was given to the school hy Mr. Stephens. cleaned .ind repairedx ohtaining a Student founcil hulletin hoard which is on the Second floor of the huildine. .7412 .gluolenf Counci , our got .gfczclenf Counci The Student Council is made up of five seniors, four juniors. three sophomores. two freshmen. and is under the sponsorship of Mr. Simmons and hir. Jackson. Some of the routine matters which are handled hy the group include the allocation of money raised in the magazine drive and Vvinter Carnival: the authorization of all school dancesg the conducting of class elections: the Freshman Reception: and, the joint teacherrcouncil selection of paid assemhlies. The project which the council undertook this year was the promotion ol' minor sports. As minor proj- ects. they aholished the lligh Point :Xward and es- tablished a Student Exchange Program. They were represented at hoth the Maine and Southwestern Maine Student Council Conven- tions. Left to Right: Mr. Philip Jackson, CcrAdviserg Gertrude Serafin, Dorothy Young, Gerhardt Kraske. 4"'W Lui, - 'l 4 ff ' '.. 3 First Row: Cynthia Narusis, Sally Stearns, Cecile Boivin, Carol Stearns, Janice Soule. Second Row: Gerhardt Kraslce, Edward Bishop, David Foster, David Phillips, Emile Gauthier. Mr. Dana Simmons, Principal, initiates the senior members of the National Honor Society as selected by the National Honor Society and Scholarship Committee of the Stephens faculty for demonstration of a high degree of scholarship, leadership, ffx 'W' if 'sf-4' i 'if il Left to Right: Gay Kimball, Mr. Bertram Faulkingham, lsr. Hudson Brennick, lVlr. Phillip Jackson, Pauline l artm. The honor society will now meet on a bi-monthly basis under the jurisdiction and sponsorship of the faculty committee. Early selection of members pro- vides for a membership that is currently and con- tinually active. character, and service. The new organization of the society provides for election and initiation of up to ten percent of the senior class in the fall term and election of up to Five percent of the juniors as probationary members. ln June, five percent more of the senior class will be initiated. At this time the juniors who were named previously and five percent more of the junior class will be formally initiated. ln June, also, five percent of the present sophomore class will be named as pro- bationary members. Left to Right: Gertrude Serafin, Mr. John Ross, Mr. Albert Brown, Katharine Koon, Mrs. Minerva Anderf son, Miss Dorothea Allen. 1 ..f Wafiona! ujqonor ociefy ad Aa em 0 our Jcaoog ,,V,,.q 'lf EDITORS ANU FACULTY SPONSOR Left to Right: Muriel Vachon. Business Editor: Nlr. Reginald Chamberlain, Faculty Sponsorg Jeannine Gauthier, junior Editorg Cynthia Narusis, Production Editor: Cecile Boivin, Senior Editor. jk? M'0C46!CCl,5f Lad This year of 19551956 has been a successful year for the Rromicast. The semi- monthly puhlication of a completely revised school paper with pictures to illustrate school happenings was made possihle for the hrst time this year hy the purchase of a Multigraph Duplicator. Another piece of Broadcast equipment purchased has been a Polaroid land camera which has proved to be very useful and profitable. All of this has been achieved under the capable management of Cecile Boivin. editorfin-chief, and Mr. Reginald Chamberlain, faculty sponsor. The exchange editor of the Broadcast has acquired correspondents as far away as Texas and ldaho. EDITORS AND HEADLTNERS Carol Breton. Exchange Editor: Margaret Mortensen. Assistant Xlarilvn Garrett, Headliner: Shirlev Clifltord, Assistant Produc- tion Cole, Assistant Photographer. Left to Seated: Alice Arsenault, Edith Holman, Janette Vllest, Sandra McArthur. Standing, Left to Right: Brenda Brown, Bernice Perkins, Dianne Narusis, lean Kidder, Mary Harrington, Mary Koon. l"2,00l'f0J fda game f Editor A ,A Iunior Editor A Business Editor Exchange Editor Production Editor Headliner A A A A A Marilyn Garrett Assistant Headliner A .A Eaylene Cloutier Art Editor AA Emelia Gillis Staff Photographer ,,.l A AA A Raymond Boudreau Assistant Photographer A, A Kenneth Gole "BROADCAST" DISTRIBUTORS First Row, Left to Right: hlaryse Bernard, Pauline Jannace, Ann Gallant, Carolyn Delano, lean Second Row, Left to Right: Gloria Maillet, Barbara Cameron, Xiagella Labonte, Andra Haley. if Q BROADCAST CONTRIBUTORS First Row, Seated: Janet Lantcigne, Alice Fraser, Nancy Prue. Erlene VViken, Susan Day, Claudette Faucher. Elaine Cormier. Second Row: lrnelcla Goodwin, Rita Caruso. Gail Berry. ,leanne Donahue, Pliilomene Royal, Mary Anne Nlelanson, Shirley Sage. Dwnna Vlling. . . . cw if wad lofayecl Ag flue lganfkerfi of .S?elaAen.4 ,Mg 3400! in f955 ann! f956. BROADCAST CONTRIBUTORS First Rowz Mary O'Neill, Margaret Aliberti, ,loan Paulin, Cecilia Bielslcis, Alice Fuller. Secong Rong Gloria Stanzilis, Susan Hillman, Shirley Finnan, Lillian Volkemick, Marilyn r aynar . 5 21- x f s 'XX ..A Left to Right: Jacqueline Thibodeau, Ann Ross, Presidentg Dianne Arsenault, Secretary. Absent when picture was taken: Charlotte Buck, Treasurer. ..a4...., em VVe want to thank Mrs. Minerva Anderson and her staff of library assistants who play the game of service in their quiet efhcient way . . . a way that makes easy the path of learning for their schoolmates. This year many new books were added to the Stephens lihraryg new peg boards now hold the seventy-live odd magavines to which the school subscribes. Money was taken out of the library Club treasury to pay for a new set of 'iWorld Book" encyclopedias, a new set of 'iCompton's." plus several hooks about our state. lnstead of having the usual Christmas party, the librarians sent many boxes of toys and candy to the State School at Pownal. Standing, Left to Right: Bettyjane jess. Yvonne Legere, Clara Roberts. Seated: Mrs. Minerva Anderson, Faculty Sponsor. 4 iii 6 if vi Q UA? joofkgkf CM confrigufe fo fge an oufdf for exlyredziion an rbamafic fadnfd. HSM INITIATES Iiirxt Rim' -hrict Iiirirm-ignu. Cicciic Bfviiin. ,Ioan Chignfwn, filmihcth Xiiiiinu. gccfincl limi' XI.17v O'Yi'iii. fliiiria Qtiinliihx. ,Nncira H.1h'v. Iiitiriiu Inhiirizu. iliiliiiJ1'Til HM. Third ILM C .mil Piizrmin. ffihmmi C 1irm.iri:iric'. Wilfred fxlilfrr. fifvurth Univ: David Phillips. Frairicii Paul. Iczinninc' Cauthirr The chnrniitic ciuh hm hui-n wry .iciiw this ycgir. Unchfr ilu- dircctirm of Mrs. I1cixx4iv'LiXKi1riu'i. thnx' xi.ii'ti'il iliv siuiwii UH hx' liiihiing .1 niiiriu' .iitcr rho hmthgiii game on Scptcinhcr 25. In rin Unwhc-i' iiivvtiiig. u'i'tiiiii Npumii uiiiiiiiiitcvs wcrc cliuscri. in' chiilingg ii iniilw up criiiiriiiitvv, rixiciirig wininittcc rind priints uiiiiriiiitcc. :X new cntcrf t.iinrncnL uwinrniitcc ixiix .ilw iimsciig thv ilirccim' nl rliix is lliiici Clement. ilihc Liriiiiiiitic chih has Iii-Id tix 0 siiiccsxliiil iI1iIi.lIiIlI1Si.UI'Ciiilihil' Qtuaicnts. .N oncfzict phiy cmitluci "Clr.imhnfithcr Night' um pi'vsuriu'ii in .iescnihly rin hchruiiry 24. :Xn evening of oncfzirt pliiu um pliiniiui hir the spring wiricstcr. Ihr- iinniml regional niicfiict phiy umtcst uns Iii-ld .it Stcplicm nn Xlimli 27 with Rriiiguivy. Dixhcid. and Stcphcns p.irticip.iting. Iiliis inn' thc fifliuws nf' ilu- chxiiniitic iliih Lire Iiinicc Sonic. prcsicicntg Nliirshiil Chinic, iiiiu pri-sidviilz Miuivliriv Ihljolci, trciisiirerg and Gloria Niiiiiict. secretary. XIFXIHFRQ First and Scuvrici Bmw: Mrk. falwiirci XXVLIVIILT. laciilty Yiiwiwirg Iziriica' Quiiiu, Pr0Sicicnt: Nlzinhzil Chin ic. Yin- Prcwiciviit. Third Huw: Hcvvrlx' Patripix. Alwin Hiiiiahvr. Xl.iaic'iiriv lhiir-iii. Ciiiirhi Xldillifr. Eiiinc Pcnscirri. Nancy Clirpriiw. Fiiiirrh Rimi vNI.igcHii I,LliWHIXil'. lfuin Hnphirix. Sarah 9xi.iii,+ix'. C'i.ir.i Ruhr-rtx. Pgiiiiim' Martin. Unrfitiiy Yiiiiiig. Siimin Iliilnien. I3zirh.irii Iixhur. Iiiiilh Pww: C'l.niih'iic Tiniiclii-r. Cfmiiin 7.ili-. fiiiiiw-ii Nliiiiiicv. Frir Ucfiiiii, llivid Fustcr, Kzatheirirw Kiwi. Cwrixniiiu' ,'Xiil'H. lliiniu' Hiiiriiim. qixth Rim? Rivhvrr Riphw. Uunnix Irixh, Rcgii Riu: Kcnncrh Qhca. Ilivici Ciicrnvnt, Lawrcncc B.irrctt. I Qrnjv I arnhcrt. and junior fzze peaking ame Ly afowzng the ,afaym of flteir 5loea ing adzftzea AW flw wwfflz a mga." On Wlednesday, january ll, in the .-Xhhott Auditorium, under the direction of Mrs. Edward VVarner, the junior class sponsored the annual junior Prize Speaking Contest. Charles lloward was the hrst speaker. llis selection was 'iilihe Story ol' Seven Devils." Sarah Swal- low gave "The Tell-Tale lleartug jeddy Levasseur, "l7ear'i: Carolyn Zale, '4The Perfect Trihuteug Eric XlcEail, "The Tooth, the XVhole Tooth, and Nothing hut the Toothug Katharine Hoon. "The Littlest Angelug Eugene Boivin, "The American XVay of l-ife"q Gertrude Seralin, "The Lemon in the Gameup Marshal Cilunie, "Beyond the Last Mileng Janice llillman. 'iThe Snow Goose." The grand prize won hv Katharine Koon was a gold trophy. Eirst prize was a gold medal won hy Sarah Swallow, girlsg Marshal Clunie and Eric Mcliail. hovs. The second prize was a silver medal won hy Gertrude Serahn and Carolyn Zale. Other Contestants who received hronze medals were Ianice llillman, Charles lloward. and Teddy Levasseur. Judges were Mr. David Thompson, Bethel: Nliss Valerie Kim' hall, Bethelg Miss Nellie KlacDougall. Naomi Davis and Peter Stanyilis were the husiness managers of the contest. First Row: leddv Levasseur, Eric Xlcfail. Gertrude Qerahn. Charles Howard, Second Rowf lainice llillman. Nlarslial Clunie. Sarah Qwallow, Katharine Koon. Car lin Eugene Boivin. Mrs. Edward XYarner. gf' Ll ' i Qbplafp Q 5 64.4 l x S l AW . .xx lil-,A 5 ! 1 ' v 1 5 Eff ' 5 3 Left ff' Right. Sitatedz Larry Barrett, Dorothy Young, Gay Kimball. left to Right. Standing: Mrs. Pauline Kealiher. Real Roy. .-Xlthoueh the Debate Club has relatively few members, it is one of the top debat- ing groups in the state. Ofheers are Real Roy, President: Gay Kimball, Vice President, Dorothy Young. Qeeretary-Treasurer. Under the direction ol' Nlrs. Pauline Kealiher. members of the Debate Club take part in two rnalior debates each year, and several minor ones. First Row: Rita Caruso, Elaine Penseiro, Philomene Royal. Second Row: Elizabeth Mooney, Virginia Faucher, ludy Beliveau. On November 4. l955, a discussion was held at Bates College. The Panthers came home with honors which included three second ratings and one first place. The first major debate took place at Bowdoin. Real Roy took top honors with Rita Caruso coming in second in her division. Dot Young and Elaine Penseiro came home with good ratings. Qn February lil, ten members of the squad went to South Portland for a praetiee tournament. Six out of nine debates were won by the Stephens group. Veterans this year were Real Roy and Larry Rarf rett. seniors: Cay Kimball. junior: and Dot Young, sophomore. ln Nlareh, the squad entered the qualifying pre- liminaries lor the major Rates Ciolleee debate. At press time. their standings were not determined. Real Roy President Gay Kimball lace President Dorothy Young Yeeretarpi'Treasurer Xlrs. liealiher Ifaezrltdi Sponsor Xi Left to Right: Gloria Nlaillet. Sally Stearns, XYilliam Ferguson, Mrs. Edward Vllamer, Robert Ripley, Gay Kimball. Memgfg Commiffee One of the most important organizations at Stephens is the Assembly Committee. The Five memhers helonqing to the committee are appointed hy the Student Council. Under the clirection of Xlrs. Xllarner. this group plans ancl arranges school assemhlies and rallies. Each year a witle variety ol' programs is plannccl. The popular talent shows, which are presentetl hy this committee. are a Favorite among the students and faculty. Because of the hne work of the .-Xssemhly Committee, the stuclents and teachers of Stephens l ligh are provitletl with excellent entertainment throughout the school year. Wafiona oremiic Qagllg Left to Right: Dorothy Young. Real Roy, Mrs. Edward Wamer, Carol Stearns. "TRIBUTE" EDITORS Katharine Koon, Junior Editor: David Foster. Senior Editor: Mrs. Elizabeth Merrill, TRIBUTE Adviser: Gertrude Scrafin. Iunior Editor: Carol Stearns. Senior Editor. Our hardworking editors depart for the annual New England Scholastic Press Association Convention at Boston. The 1955 TIIIBUTE won first award from the Columbia Press Scholastic Association and a rating of Outstanding from the New England Scholastic Press Association. le eabfom fm! auf of Me 356 SPORTS AND SENIOR STATISTICS STAEFS i The sports committee and senior statistics committee have put many hours of hard work into the construction of our yearbook. David Phillips, Sports Comniitteep -Ioan I'Ienry, Senior Statistics: jean Amold, Chairman of Sports Committee: Colleen Mooney. Sports Committee: Sylvio Gamache, Sports Committeeg Villa Thurston, Chairman of Senior Statistics Committee: Barbara Fisher, Senior Statistics. jrigufe TYPISTS Edith Ilnlman, Cynthia Narusis. Marilyn llvest, Brenda Ilrmvn, Sandra Kleqlrthur. Chairmang Dianne Narusis. The 'TRIBUTE typists have dfine all the Ijvji ing faithfully. conscientiously, and well. 'fi ITT 51.57 yswQ7' V. . l ln' l M, f .,.....fi V BUSINESS STAHT 1' lattice Sfiule, lfminy Inu Perry, Xlary lle . .mlyn Ciarrett. Nlr. I'ltrlip,Ir1clv' eellvnt iwh in lxeeping the lin.int'iril I'l'L"lYClN in ACTIVITIES CONINlI'I"I'EE A Iiirst Pow: Betty Rwsi, Mary Ann Xlelansnn. aye reC0rJeJ tAe ganle O! I e gear' Secfincl Rmv: IinelclalCoorlvvin. Naomi Davis, Marilyn Nlaynarcl. Third Rnvv: Janice Hillman. Sally Stearns. Chairmang Hettyjane less. ADVERTISING STAFF The activities Crinirnittee nl eight girls has heen responsi- I , y A hle for renwrting on the extra-curricular activities of our The advertising cnmniittee has nhtainecl the Schuwll Gwd wb- Hitler backing nf the many spwrisnrs vvhw liave made this horflc pnssihle. E-' Sarah Swallow, Sue Breton, Barbara Cameron, Mr. Lyman Holman, Advertising Ad, viser: Real Roy. Absent when picture was talcen were Ioan VVatsun, Alice Freeman, Gloria Stanzilis, Inlin Frazer, Andra Haley, Carolyn Knight. Madeline Bujold. Standing. I.elit to Right: ,lean liarrell. 'lanies Roy. Nlargaret 'gAl,","x. N eated, Left to Right: Margaret Klortenson. Enielia Gillis. Parent. Time to criticize the inasterpieeesl Standing. Left to Right: Rae Tumer, Althea Free- man. Susan Day, Nancy Goodwin. Seated: Jeanne Donahue. A 3 A Althea signs in as her friends watch. rf ll The Art Club meets every Yvednesday night under the direction of Mrs. Marion Senechal. The cluh keeps our hulletin boards decorated for all the diflerent occasions during the year: they did an excellent joh of decorating the gym for the Coronation Ball: they held a dance on April oth. Everyone worked hard throughout the year, and the cluhs heanie project proved to he very successful. Left to Right: Mrs. Marion Senechal, Faculty Sponsor: Axis Martin, Nancy Goodwin. Q Mrs. Senechal watches the girls put on the First Row: Nlary Kwon, Vice Presidentg jacqueline Cor- linishing touches. mier. President. Second Row: Fnirny lain Perry. Secretary: Qtephen Gal- lant. Prtigrain Clitiirinanz Klyrna Gallant. Treasurer, The oflicers talk .yer plans for the future. -:-ff .R 1 Uomginezl i X l , 5' . ff. SWL 1 X ccounfanfti -1 --A Marilyn Garrett, Secretary-Treasurer: Nlr. Rayniond Baum, Faculty Adviserg Iaequeline Cormier, Bool-tlceeper. The comhinecl funcls aeeountants take eliarge of the general eomhinetl fund into which goes all the money from sthool organizations. Recorcls are liept of all receipts hrought into the school hy these groups. and luanlting procedures are carried out under the clirection of hir. Raymond llauin. S ofafin Because of Nliss .lulia Nlurphvs illness. the latin Cluh clitl not sponsor many activ- ities this year. Olhcers are as follows: Lvnnette lleniers. Empress: Charles Prinn, Em- perorg Certrucle Serahn, Scriheg ,laniee llillinaii, Treasurerg luclitli Beliveau, Executive Committee: Marv Koon. Executive Committee: Flaine Penseiro. Executive Committee. First Row: Nancv Carpano, lacqueline Thihocleau. lietti iane less. Rita Caruso, Elaine Penseiro, ,lanice Soule. Kathryn Robinson. Seconcl Row: Lvnnette Demers. lean Farrell, Certrutle it-ralin. Nlarv Koon, Susan Hillman, Ann Ross, Marv O'Neill. Thiral Row: Iutlith lleliveau. Lillian Barry, laniee llillnian. Ciolleen Mooney, Rae Turner, Ioan llopltins. loan Amolcl, Fourth Row: David Phillips, YVilliam Ferguson, -lanies Uenholm. Keenan Klart, john Zalc, Dennis Irish. . Ng .,. C his dv. 51.1 Mr. 1111311101111 13.111 111111115 10111 111 11111111 Sc1111'11, 1.111 111 111131111 5111111111 N11'.'X1'11111r. x1k1Tf' U1'1'11111111. K1:1r11y11 Garrett, 1t11y1c11c C111ut1cr. SklI111l'.l .X11111111. K11111- 11111X'1I1, .X111'1' 1lLl11CT, .X1111 511111111-. 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C111111111-111.11 C11Ll17 15 sp-111s111'1-11 111 1111' I11I'CL' c111111111Lx1'l.1Q11 11-110116152 Miss 1311111111111 .X11L'I1, 111111111 111s11'111'1-111 X111 11L'Q1I1L1111 C111111111v1'1'111111, 11CilC1 of c0111m6rC1111 111-p.11'11111'111: 111111 X112 1115111111111 11L1L1I11. 11o111111C11p111g 11'11c11er. I i 1 3 PM r . . ! l Q 1 5 - 3 ' l i i . 2 I i - r if ,J f 1 -4- 2 " i 5 At the first magazine assembly, Mr, Mae- Mr. Baum congratulates the winners: First prize, Timo Elroy shows David foster and Mr. Baum the thy Foster: second prize, Stephen Callantg third prize, ropes. Philomene Ptoyalg fourth prize, Francis Paul: fifth prize, Elaine Penseiro. agazine amlaaign The magazine campaign started Septemher 23, and closed Oetoher IO. The money that we receive from this annual campaign goes into a speeial magazine account to he spent hy the student hotly hy majority vote. The money then helps to pay for our asseinhly programs: it is used for awards at graduation. The electric seorehoard at the armory was hought from this fund. The net income for the school from this years campaign was S-17500. The fish howl. which w as worth 52000, was won hy -lanet lanteitgne and Mary llalaey. The students were given prizes costing the school 3211.00 ive didnt meet our quota this year, hut hir. llaurn would like to encourage all of us to try harder next year. Mr. Nlaelilroy, the Curtis representative and a eraeli ma- gician, returned to Stephens in Ianuary and provided an entertaining assemhly pro- gram. Curtis Representative, Mr. David Xlaehlroyg Xlagazine Drive Faculty Adviser, Baum: Magazine Drive Xlanagers: Allan Paige, VVilliarn Ferguson. Stephen G Martin: General Manager, David loster: Secretary Treasurer. Faye Goodwin. g w 1- 4 I S I t 4 Mr. Raymond allant, Pauline 1 Q f. 'Q x K 0 sf- 'X " 'QJ 1.5 5 C 0 Pete, Ed, and Eddie discuss the diagrams for their electric COlTlpl1tOl'. Emile Gauthier, the outstanding science student of the Class of 1956, winner of the Bausch and Lomb Award. js lil? , ,, Y'1r--133 J- 'T' Bruce and part of his project for the Science Fair. cience .xgcfiuifiezi PAINE SCIENCE CLUB The Paine Science Club was organized for those students who are interested in any field of science to experiment on projects. Some of the many projects of this year were on dis- play at the Regional Science Fair which was held on March 24, 1956. The meetings were held every other week, usually on Thurs- day. The business meetings were held first, followed by either a guest speaker, Held trips. movies. or the time was used for preparing the various projects. The Science Club was very fortunate in getting Mr. Elmo Hall as a guest speaker. Mr. Hall gave a very interesting ac- count on his trip to Northern points. Some of the following projects were completed this year. David Foster has worked on a project dealing with atomic energy. David Phillips and janice Soule worked together on the very interesting subjest, the study of blood. Edward Barry, Edward Hoffman and Emile Gauthier worked on an electric computor. 67 za ' ree if X -iq t er V 'i' ...f First Row: Sheila Mehigan. Gail Auger, Marilyn Garrett, Mary Anne Nlelanson, Carmine Couture, Carol Farrell. Gertrude Seralin, laequeline Mooney, Bernadette Perkins, Beverly Patrick, Sally hlasalsky, Margaret Aliberti. Louise Dumoulin. Second Row: Carol Breton. Elilkll'JCIl'l Mooney. Eileen Goodwin. Ianiee Goodwin, Susan Day, Bettyjane jess. Jacqueline Tliibotleaii, Margaret Mooney, Gloria lfarren, Sarah Swallow, Shirley Rand, Carol Sirnholi. lliircl Row: llaequeline Pelletier, laequeline l.ainhert. Beatrice Drapeau, Iuclith Beliveau, Rosalie Gallant, janet Bissoiiette, Kaye l.earnetl, Shirley Vinnan, Nancy Prue, Kathleen Gallant, Lillian Barry. Fourth Ptow: Marie Arsenriult, Sally Stearns. qanclra Mrickrthur. Ieanne Donahue, Carmine Carrigan. loyee Cohen. 'lean Bernartl. .letinnine Cloutier, Claire Boivin. Carole Thurston, Patricia Doherty, Colleen Klooney. Left to Right: Director, Mrs. Marion Nlurphy: Marilyn Garrett, President: Pauline Martin, Vice President: Bernadette levasseur. Seeretary-Treasurer. I me 0 , , "' r Y' t not j 7,4 V 1' First Row: Judith Bouffard. Mary Ellen Taylor. Joanne Pelletier, Helen Bartlett. Emma Blanchard, Mary Rose Souey. Klariheth Plante. Elizabeth Ross. Bernadette Levasseur, Judith Dorr, Constance Polero. Lytlia lleauehesne. Seeoncl Row: Klargaret Ronan, Cieeile lloixin. l.iiicla XleC'r.1y, Nlacleline Bujolcl. :Xnn Gallant, Paula Orino, Clara Roberts, Naomi Daxis, Kluriel Yaehon. Gail Berry, Lillian Yolkerniek, Ieanne Cloulette. Third Row: Xlargaret Tasker. llrentla Porter. Norma Xlaeliinnon. Erlene NYilcen. -loan Hopkins, Ann Ross. ,lean Farrell, Nlaryse Hernartl. I.orraine Pelletier, janet l.anteigne, Carol Arsenault, Nieole Dupuis. Fourth Row: Marion YVasilausl4is, :Xyis Martin. Alice Turbitle. Alice Fraser, Nlagella Labonte. Gloria Stanvilis, Faylene Cloutier, Philoniene Royal, Rae Turner, Suzanne Breton, Phyliss Anastasio, Nlary O'Neill. 0 many, mudic ia a Uifa! laarf 0 fke game 0 Ae. we 5S?0l9Ael'l5 2 The Stephens Clee Club. uncler the spiritecl clireetion of Mrs. Marion Xlurphy. has ninety-seven members this year. The year has been a busy one For the club. liarly in the fall. the girls sang for the Long Service Awarcl Banquet sponsorecl by the Uxlorcl Paper Company. They also sang for Open House night anal Xlusie Night. Christrnas was an especially busy Season for the Club. Ten of the girls sang on a speeial raclio program whieh featured the Clee Club. The traclitional Carols were sung at the fhristinas qlssemhly. Everyone worliecl harcl for the annual Spring Coneert which was helcl .-Xpril 18 and for the VVestern Maine Nlusie Festival that was helcl Klay ll and 12. Officers of this aetixe organization are as Follows: President: Nlarilyn Garrett. Vice Presitlent: Pauline Xlartin. Seeretary-Treasurer: llernaclette l-ey.1sseur. Librarian: Shirley fliflortl. 69 First Row: Nancy Rogers, Nancy Freeman. Fern Beauclicsm: llrcnda Thurston, Susan Hillman. Mary Halacy. -lean .-Xrnolcl. Carmen Couture. Imelda Cloodwiri. Peter Pettcngill, lane- Adams. 'l2lI1lCC llillinan. Sc-tonal Rout -lainw Rolrcrtwii. .Nh-x Martin. Cortlon .fliiguiiitx Xlaric llurgcw, Km-n Barry. llonullo Yauglin, Uurinix ljarrrll. Third Row: Eric Nlchail, Richard Welch. Gerald Farrar. Stcplicn Gallant, Edith Holman. Band I9 6 This year the Stcplu-ns lligli Rand. LlIHClCl' tlic .ihlc lxiton of Mr. Ccorqc Scarnans. has liccn Ll wry .itiiw org.mif.irion. The mcrnlxrs lm Q lbccn present at tlic football Q.1rncs.mcl Imac giwn hill riinv vntvrminrncntx. 'l lim' lmvc orgaiiifccl two clancw, one .ll XK'l1Ikl1 Ilia'Llit'L!'l:'.itln'1x.mil llllillilll lWl.lX'CI'N KYQH NPLR 1.1l LILIUNIN. llllllL'l.lll..lP.lfL'Y1lS night pi-itgraiii XX.1Nf'llLI'L'Ll to l.lIIl1llk'N ful lmiitl intinlww lliix um .Q lmiltling xtxir ol tlic llizinl. vnu- tuuiiix' :nw seniors uurn' gr.iclu.itccl l.l5lll'.1l'. Uwpftt tjit-l.1tttli.1ttlit'i'uifiwli.1iiri llfi1iiii.tlit'i r1i.i:i.igctoggcI in It'l1L'.lTN.llN .lllll NULUHIWX. .illxl Ilia' IULINIR llhll lllL'X .HU Vl.lXIll1 iN fill Nllpvllfif Qlllllllli. 'Xl lllL'NL' IAC lit-.irmlx wtfifiii lm ultra. rlvttul lu rlitf lmmi :ncrnlivix lmxc' rlmrgt ol ilu' IUL'YT1lX'YK in rin-if Xrtllfiil l-ily :tum with tlillntnlt ruin .mtl Nil' that iiixtiiiiiiviitx .uv gzxvii VI 'PHI ullt. Nitin- or tht gizw IlR'X ui: iiitliltlr .1 . :rut ln flu litlxuml little llantl .it llaaml ml -iii ltliztitfx ll. .1 limi LI'IltL'Y'f '.-. ffl' ilu Xlkxzlii itll llgli lltaml .at Vllwt lizwlx 1 'Q Xl .mf . git' 'Avi' wi5i.tr'! 'Mil' lliiirx' Halt on Xfril ll. Ilnr zzittamil llwtf iii Xl 1' Um., lrxzr,rl'.-..1XlirlJ 21' ll.1'i1f mf V Xly. li .tml ll. Wim iii Ilia' Srwylu :xx li : liimittl r ix .1 itltrl :lit 9151 l+i'..l1' li N19 I llxt 9giri:t4 fU!w.t"'I .. .. .. l'l ii 'x...i.:iiw1i in Xptil lx, 1-JUF 'X Szrplwwx llzglx flu nhl mrltrtl lu xriilx y"w.rl 'il' ific fam pzwfgivaa that tin: llizinl N itialxzng. Z' A ,.,..-,..,. First Row: jean Gill, Dianne Narusis. ,lean Kidder, ,lanette VVest, Vice President, Sylvio Gamache, james Denholm. Edward Hoffman, Margaret Parent. Elaine Penseiro. Second Row: Gay Kimball, President: Nancy Carpano, Elizaheth Ordway, Dorothy Young, Dennis lrish. Wlatsun Clark. David Foster. Katharine Kwon. Third Row: Donald Rand, Swan Day, Barbara Cameron, Cynthia Narusis, Treasurer, Mr. George Seamans, Band Director. NIAJORETTES joan Salatino, Alice Freeman. Xlarilvn Mavnard. Alice Arsenault ci 4 1 , I an VVatson, Sandra Steams, Karen Bartlett, Margaret Nlcwney, Jeannine Gauthier, Gloria Nlaillet, Head Nlaiorette. f' .lei-I ' fit aww, ,P i X fwx I JY XM sy "R K Q4 Rc' A 4 . . 1 -x wi 6 4 XY Seated Left to Right Elleen G00dXSlD Andra Halew Imelda GOOdW1n Marv Ann Harrmgton Magella l ahonte oan Boucher ulla Salatmo Standmg Left to R1 t Mrs Roberta Strout Karen Bartlett ,loan Paulm Hugette Dupuls ZTJUJ4 The Future Homemalters of Amerrca ts an organrzatlon open to am glrl who has tal-ten one xear of home economrcs Th1s cluh helps to dex elop soexal qual1t1es and to promote better home hte for lts members and therr famllles Throughout the xear thex elrned monex hx serung refreshments to the teachers after school The ofhcers are Presldent Nigella Labonte Vrce Presxdent Marx DeF1l1pp Qecretarv Ellecn Goodum Treasurcr loan Boucher Parlnmentarlan Karen Bartlett Hlstorlan Ann Ross Recreatlon Chalrmm Shlrlex Fmnan Song Leader Shlrley Clrfford D1SfflCt E held 1 Fl lA com entlon at Bucltheld uhlch mam members of the local club attended Loulse Collette Marv DeF1l1pp QW G 1' Seated LeftmR1ght Susan Dax jrcquelme Thlbodeau Althea Freeman Shlrlew Fmnan Fern Beauchunt Shetla Xlehlgan Standing Left to Rlglmt Ceclle Bonm Ann Ross Brenda Porter Rosalie Gallant hlarlbeth Plante Marv 'Xlurphx Nlrs Ruth Dans f 12" The jumping gets undcrway as skiers from Gould, Farmington. Andover, Edward Little, and Rumford climb the stops to thc jump. Look out below! '1!UlC'ff' .Sid J-!'U.SZ" In ef' arfllua, lnqfe ali ep end lg o ling Q Mr. H055 Speaks to 3 star skier, Phil Bmomhall, 35 thy Boll and Vllilly, willi tlicir competitors, wax up for tlic jump, Simon temperature drops. for tlic cvcnt was proviclctl by Nlr, Brcnnick, Inc. 1' 1 4" Marilyn Garrett, our 1956 Carnival Queen, is crowned by Leonide Arse- nault. I ,du .aux it Everyone marches to the music of jimmy Hansen. ancing, a coronafion fo fola fAe weeL-encl First Row: Nurnian Curinier. Tlieresri Yaitalarrf, Fresiiiinsii Queen Cfzindidate: Karen Iieziuehesne, Sully Burns. Ronnie iliiieriault. Billy Tiieriztiilt, Kutiierine Ueiiueitesne. joan Piieicarcl, Snpho- mnre Queen Cainciidate: Hieiiurri Auger. Seeoncl Row: joseph Bwuiner, jiiniee Smith, 1955 Queen: .Iuhn Petmld. Queen Marilyn Garrett, Leonicie Arsenault, President 1Jiicii1iSh0l1H Ski Cluhz Shirley Bowie. Junior Queen Candidate: VViiIian1 Rrw. rig. Hai! ,g---"4 ,. ., I N N X J ... 4 , ,as in ,,J.,, B.,-i V 5 ClliNllRAl. CI I.'XlllNll2N OF THE CARNIVAI, llravicl Cleriieiii. Nlrs. Pauline Keiililier. Nlr. Kerwin llnberts, Klyrnii Gallant, me 1956 Cjarniuaf Commiffee Principal Dana Siniinuns receives the Skimeister Trophy from Mr leonicle Arsenault. Presiclerit nf tlie fliislicilin Ski Club. This U0 hv P . given ln' tlie Cliifliiilin Ski Chili In Steplienx, will be engraved each uiiirlinliite for tlie triipliy . . . Bill Ferguson. yezir witli tlie name ol' tlie riiitxtaricling skier, iw 5 First Row: Marilyn Masalsky. First Row: jane Adams, Linda Neflray, Fern Beauchesne, Louise Dumoulin, Paula Orino, joan Pelletier, Margaret Milishousky. Louise Collette. Second Row: Marilyn Garrett. judv Boufliard, Mary Ellen Taylor, Bunny Perkins, Mary Rose Soucy, Carmen Garrigan. Third Row: Sue Day, Mary Murphy. Betty Ross, lean Donahue, Virginia Foucher, Claire Freeman, Carmen Couture. Fourth Row: Rose Gallant, Nlaribeth Plante, Marv Ann Arsenault, Cathy Gallant, Judy Beliveau, Louise Blouin, Madeline Bujold, Brenda Porter. Fifth Row: Maurice llelanger, Edith Holman, Bunny Levasseur, Theresa Kezal, Maryse Bernard. Sixth llow: Lulu Albert. ,lirnmy Roy, Paula Leinav, Frances Labonte, Gloria hlaillet. Seventh Row: Stevie Gallant. Butch Masalslcy, planet Lanteigne, Norma McKinnon. John Dlohnston, Larry Barrett. me Oufinig The newly organized Outing Club began its meetings last November with a mem- bership of seventvrone students. This group. under the sponsorship of Mrs. Rose Boudreau, drew up a charter which was accepted and approved by the Student Coun- cil. Their major project this year was an outing at the old ball held during VVinter Carnival weekend. Snowshoe and skating races were held at this event. Two other skating parties were held and a spring outing was planned. Garrett, Mrs. Rose Boudreau, Louise Collette, Stan Second Row: Sandra jannace. Fred Pomerleau. Knute Paul. Fern Beauchesne. lug-.....,, it as Knute Paul President: Stan Masalsltx Vice President: Louise Collette Secretary: Fern Beauchesnt Treasurer: Mariltn Garrett Executive Committee Fred Pomerle tu, Sa nd ra ,Iannace 1 Q 1. W-11711 ,WW , s.. ll. Front Row. Left to Right: Klr. jasper Foster. Peter Stanzilis, Edward Bishop. Mary Ann Xielans, . Second How. I,ett to Iiitght: Stanley Nlasalsky, Xlr. Dana Simmons, Mr. John Dickson, joseph Hickey. .x4fAAffLc Jdoclaflon ouncz ilihe Athletic .Xssociation is headed hy a Council which consists of nine members the principal, the faculty manager, the athletic director and six students. It is the duty of this Council to handle the distrihution of all athletic receipts to the xariotis .irlilt-tic .lCIiX'iIiL'N. The Council also determines the athletic policy regard- ing lctteis certihtates, and sweaters. Thr- ofhecrs are Presideiit, Stanlev Xlasalskyg Vice President. Peter SIllHZiiiSl Secretary. Vary :Xnn Nielansong blqreastirer. Edward Hishopg Class Representatives, Uilliani i'ci'gtison and Joseph Hickey: and Sponsors. Mr. Simmons, hir. Foster, and Ur. Dickson. I xo. A NO RED FLAG THIS TIME, REF! Rumford-Mexico Veterans Day football game, November 11, 1955. a 1'- , X N N x l v CcrCaptain: Tony Koris Tackle gacgecf Ay fke dfuclenf Aocly, our ardify joofgaf l HANG ON, PUNK, HELP IS COMING! This was the thirty-first annual Veterans' Day clash between Rumford and Mexicds school boy teams. b"',., J Co-Captain: Bob Fallon Halfback V1 'Y' 7 .ZPWE ? I .AJ 'Nvnffu - G9'Q"4f'-- W inf Q p w ,- -Lx,:T- H f X Q5 , A- ls,-Lf 'no AA lit mc xp-U V 471 H f V Vie- 'K xc f fl' bi W X -,' 1 -1 , 'i , . T ' I , . , 'A' ' L N A 1-V wifi as -at D -31-., ,p 4 ,F Q41 W 'li I ' ...fi T? I 'Tr -e4 ,L 4 Sept.: 16 30 OCt.: 8 15 21 28 Nov. 5 11 First Bow: Ken Shea. Jack Rioux, Pete Stanzilis, Fred Pomerleau, Art Taylor, Ed Barry, Ed Bishop, Tony Koris, Don Desroches. Second Row: Bob Roderick, Bob Garrett, john lohnson, Dick Auger, Bob Legere, Dave Poulin, Bob Fallon, Alfred Arsenault, Lee Holman, Charles Prinn. Third Bow: Dixwell Vlilliams, Dave Phillips. jim Denholm. Lew Hoffman, John Zale, Gerald Farrar, Patsy Umbro. Roger Richardson, Dave Lovejoy, johnny Evanoff, Shep Bucknam, Lance Porter. Fourth Row: Manager .lohn Todd, Bay Gillis, Tad Kowalzyk, Roger Bernier, Donn Phillips, Maurice Belanger, Keenan Marr, Leroy Lambert, Tony Volkernick, Dick Bushie, Manager ,leddy Levasseur. eam roue fkroug a Jlairifecl dearion fluid year THE 1955 VARSITY SCHEDULE Stephens 13 South Portland 26 13 Waterville 0 O Thornton 45 7 Cony 21 21 Bangor 6 7 Edward Little 33 12 St. Louis 7 14 Mexico 19 Line Coach: Edgar Turmelle. Backheld Coach: George Gallant. Head Coach: Thomas Farrell. Here Here Away Away Here Away Here Here N. Sept.: 26 Oct.: 3 18 29 P05 lllall l lere H ere lflere Away Fxrst Row Left to Rrghr Denms Farrell James Thibodeau, Stephen Prin, Joseph Hickey, James Stone hlxchael Day Rlcharcl Pulla Ernest Small. Second Row left to Rlght Raxnmml Vlgcr, Raymond lllllmnn, john Kowalzylc, Vllilliam Lafleur Kenneth Lola Edvun Ptlltmr George Tlmeriuult, VVilliarn Kelly. Thlrd Ron Left to Rlght Clifford Rmnmnd, Norman Cormier, james Elliott, Rene Bates. XR7lllldITl Bourassa Thomas Plante C mth Preble. in-:msn 1.iK"i FIISI Row Lee Boyle Luclus ROb1USOH Robert Smlth Jacques Dumoulm Phrllp Broomhall Second Row Wrlllam Ferguson Donald Rand ll road 60 CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE Stephens Watervllle Stephens Portland Stephens Fryeburg The remamder of the schedule was cancelled because of mjunes and lack of mterest Robert Smrth placed seventh 1n the State Meet 1955 TRACK SCHEDULE pr Stephens 80W Could 6616 May Stephens 78 Mexlco Stephens 8316 Farmmgton A V L Meet at Bowdom College Edward L1ttle Lewlston Stephens Morse Brunsw ICR Oxford Countv Could Fryeburg Stephens Mexrco UBC Meet at R 715!6 32 5X6 umford Olfz M W Away Home Home State Meet at Colbv College Stephens placed 10th Rlchard Auger was thxrd 1n the 88GVard dash James Robertson was fourth 1n the mlle 36 ' 22 . . ' ' ' 21 26 ' t 41 22 . A A A , K 4- . . . . ' li , ' . ' . , rf I ' , r . R' ' A .: , XLS A 7 I 30 ' . s 5 , , ., 3 N .VY I 'V , H 4 - X 1 ' L W ll 7 Stephens 87 Edward Little 60 Home A ' ' 7 13 , ' V 63 , 7 W lt . 9 U' lil ' R ' ' 35 A 61,4 5 , 28 I g , ' 85 . I '- 46 ' 3 A .pw 1 ' 11 A 7 4 r : " ' - " . ' 83 llffy qua Coach Regmald Chamberlaln checks the trmes wrth Phrl Broomhall J v1 QQJH L Q 0 WNTHE QMXTHLH QN1TH5?f 3 U F rst Row Daud Poulm Bob Fallon, Ray Yates, Arthur Taylor, Sylvio Camachc. Second Rovx Joe Sass Dan1el MacKenna, Edward Bishop, Kenneth Shea, Coach John Dickson ohn Todd Don Desroches. lljamify Z?a5Lef6a!f 4 1955-1956 SCHEDULE NW! 0 .ff 30 -.2 Stephens 38 Home 61 Away A 62 Away 47 Home A 66 Home 57 Home '- 64 Away , 60 Away 51 Away 5 II 51 l lome - 50 Away E 60 Away "' j 42 Home 69 I Iome 46 l lomc 68 I lome 91 Home i 71 Away A lx?-32 Bob Fallon 1 TC. 44.41 ,nagwlwda !c?,., ,,.-4 w .1 Q wh A 491 A M, -1 A.-..-L ' us. Kneeling, Left to Right: Dennis Farrel, Stephen Prinn, Alfred Turbide, William Kelley, Lawrier Rouleau, Raymond Viger. Standing, Left to Right: Clifford Rosmoncl, Manager: VVi11iam Bourassa, Captain: 1N1iChae1 Day, Rene Bates, Ernest Small, Timothy Foster, YYi11iam Lalleur, Coach George Gallant. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1955. 1956. Dec: ISD-- Steplmns Sff-219119118 15 39 Yvilton 33 Home 26 32 1956. 28 lan.: Feb 4 44 'lay Away 9 29 17:1 rrninqton llome 18 13 40 Wfalton H. S. Away 21 16 50 Mexico fovcrtimeD Home Wilton Lewiston lay Farmington St. D0m's V.'s Away Away Home Away Home 'U nz' LJ fn, First Row: VVilliam Roy, David Richard, David llanscom, Norman Cormier, Scott Philhrielc, Iames Elliott. Second Row: Nlarshal Clunie, XYilliani l7erguson, Wilson Gagnon. Leo Arsenault, Philip Broomliall. SAI jeam Under the direction of Coach lludson Brenniek, the ski team has had a success- ful season. ln Deceniher. the 1955 national cross country champion, Phil Broomhall. attended the Nordic Training Camp in Putney, Vermont, sponsored hy the U. S. E. S. A. In -lanuary. Xliilson Gagnon and Bill Ferguson were invited to attend the Alpine Train' ing School in Stowe. Vermont. llill Ferguson. Uiilson Gagnon and Roh Roderick were entered in the National -lunior Ski Clrznnpionships held at lfraneonia. New llampsliire, March l through 4. llere. Bill lierguson won the Class ll cross eountry and eomhined national Champion- ships and placed sixth in the jumping. ln Class l. VVilson Gagnon placed 21st in the jumping. l4th in the cross eountry. and he was 10th in the cornhined. Bob Roderick placed l9th in the cross country, 19th in the jumping. and l4th in the combined. . ,037 Ianuarv: "Bob" Roderick -l 1956 ugjcgeolui Stephens 382 Farmington 375 Home Stephens Berlin Away ffaneellecl-lack of snow? 21 Stephens Kents l lill llome ffaneelleclvlaela of snow? 27-28 Eclwarcl l-ittle Carnival Away Stephens-3rtl plaee February z 3-4 Stephens lligh Carnival Home "Willie" Gagnon -W "Billy" Ferguson February l l State Meet Away Downhill and Slalom at Briclgton Jumping :incl Cross Country at Anclover Stephens-4th place overall lst team score cross country "Willie" is helped at the Hnish line by Pealces and Clunie. X.- 'sii 1 ell P05 IYIQI1 .flfflflg U1 G POW, f,X Front Ron Nlargaret Xlllxshouskx udy Bouffard Xlrgxma Faucher Clalre Freeman Cathx Gallant Carmen Carlgnan Louxse Dumoulm Clare Dupuls oanne Pelletxer lane Adams Back Rovs lean Donahue NIR Ro Q Brvudrrau we U2 5 CLIIQ 50,9 0l'l'l0l"e5 .ff OLU H0 fflgflff 0 M1027 Front Row: .hnkx Larnbvrt. AI -.m :Xrw-ld, Khry limo Swrxcy, farm-I Thurxtffn, ,lnfyuu VVg1tson, Dot Young. Hu- 'lurncn N'l.1ryw Bcrlmul. .Indy liclixulrl, Rim Qidfllmv. Nlgiriv liurgws. Back Row: Shirley Finnam, Mrs. Rwsc Iinudrcau. Kneelmg Magella Labonte Bunnx Lexasseur Paullne 'mnace Anne Gallant Chlco Labonte Theresa KeLal Loulse Blouln Faxe Taslxer Standmg Louise Colette ean Arnold Carolxn Delano Colleen Xloone Sandra annaee Cecrle Borxm Paula Lemax 'Nlrs Rose Boudreau uf ere flw uppeff Mmm sian mmf, on z eu' eef, m. mg .WM Me Mm e f eg ave M94 victory and e mf GIRLS INTR XNIURAI BASKETBALL As usual the hlslxetball se ison hls been 1 sueeessful one Thls xelr more than exer there seemed to he mueh more eompetltlon eommg, from all the elasses The freshman glrls prox ed to he poxxerful rs .1 beglnnlng, group No other class rn nts hrst xear has ex er produced such a strong, defenslxe team The semor team xx as handlcapped bx the fact th it If d1d not haxe enough partlcl pants for a complete team thls xear hoxx ex er tlmex xx ere alloxxed to use the underclass men as H11 1ns xx hen tlmerr oxxn team xx is not plaxlng., The best competmxe games xx ere betxx een the jumors and the sophomores through out the vear The ofhcl ltmg xx as done hx Loulse Collette and Xlrs Rose Boudreau Constance Shatnex and lXlarx Shea asslsted xx hen thex xxere on x ICHUOII from Ftrmmgton State Teachers College Ofllelal nmer and seorer xx as Colleen Moonex 91 ' . 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GIRLS' SOFTBALL SCHEDULE, 1955 VA13S1'1'Y 13AS1l13:X1,.L SCORES. 1955 April: Steplzens 30 Kents Hill Stephens 24 April May: 20 6 Portland Away 2 Mexico Stephens 32 30 8 Berlin Home 10 VVi1tor1 Stephens 6 May- 1 1 Dixheld Stephens 17 3 10 Lewiston Away 13 lay Stephens 3 7 1 Edward Little Away 16 Dixhelcl Stephens 19 10 7 St. Doms Away 21 Kents Hill Stephens 19 12 13 Morse Away 25 Vllilton 1 1 Stephens 6 14 17 Morse llome 27 lay Stephens 14 16 20 hlexieo Home 19 15 Lewiston llome The girls will reeeive recl chenille letters or retl 25 ll? lylcxml Away felt letters for having won 80 per cent of their 23 St' Doms Home Wm' 2 9 iitiwti time llome Kneeling: Holi Rouleau. Art Pzttrie. Art Taylor. Ness llouclreau, Boh Garrett, lioh Legere. Standing: lohn Kale, Lee Ilolmtm. Roger llernier. Kenny Shea, Gerry Locke. laelt Cote, Boll Fallon. Coach Baum. J HE1 ti Hi: ,L , ThCH1H3lSlUNll1H up X115 Susan Nlartm and Mm Helen Elliott. "Freddie" Pomerlcau lv T , X 1 , wr".1 .Yr 'x-R - ' f like 47 wigs? u- ,E-d 1?'i v"76.,3a' mf? 5' 'Q .2-f INA gfifxkx 1 .r-Lx hk'hw Aal 1 k' f " U L High School students visiting.: Oxfords' Research Dep' 'tment on Career Day. OXFORD Runronn 9045? MAINE A o n 7 h Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1956 Oxford Paper Company The Rumford Falls Power Company 94 .ff ' V f TURNER MOTOR SALES FoRD SALES AND SERVICE Phone 615 MEXICO ME KERSEY S JEWELRY STORE Walter R Kersey ISRAELSON MOTOR CO P M Schwmd CHEVROLET an Opposlte the Post Office OLDSMOBILE 130 CONGRESS ST Where You Get Good SGTVICC RUMFORD Phone 161 Spruce St Rumford ' 1 . AA 1 . Sf - 1 0 , Y. ' 1 . . .uf :Q k .'4 f . E 4 , . :V I ' W, f . 9 d CS ' 99 95 SOTMAN'S CALSO STATION and MEQUIARE'S MIRROR GLAZE 2 CONGRESS ST. RUMFORD TAYLOR BUICK AND PONTIAC DEALER, INC. Hancock St. Rumford, Me. RUMFORD-MEXICO T. V. 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