Stephens High School - Tribute Yearbook (Rumford, ME)

 - Class of 1958

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STEPHFIXS HIGH QCHOOL SILHOUFTFED AGAINST THE SKY STEPHENS HIGH SCHQQL Rumford, Mama JEAN FARRFLL Semor Fchtor DOROTHY XOLNG Scmor Fdltor 1 f 5 . T 4 T .. . T 4 . . V11 - 4. . -, . , . 3 Q Page Pa e 6 Pa e 8 Page Page Page Page QM 4 S 8 Page 13 35 45 73 86 Olfltelfltff rs Our Our Our Our Our The Fdu nd V qrner '1 dCd1C'1Il0I1 Commumtx Facults L ndcr I"1C.lLl'lIC9 Xctn ltlcs Xthletlcs Xdx crtlsemnnts M . g 'z' I - . ' 1 ' The Class of 1958 I . E2 lC6lh0l'l ima LL: E ri NW... is j0 wld- LJJWGFJ Yfudfllef who for many years has devoted all her teachlng davs at Stephens Hlgh School Not onlv has she spent many hours 1n the classroom, but she has also glven much of her t1me d1I'CCt1Dg warlous speech act1v1t1es 1n the school In deep appreclatlon of Mrs Warner's SCIVICC and kmdness IS d1lS TRIBUTE dedlcated. 4 One of those few t1mes when Mrs Wamer IS not behmd the set S Always doing doing for others Nur' vs 1- -f -hw 4 ' f 5' -Q mf' f .W ai A ir 1 fqi.. XX ' ' I SCHOOL BOARD Left to Right Mr Evangellste Malllet Mr Bernhard Mayer Mrs Paul Schaffrath Mr Ioseph AllbC1't1 Mr George Prentlss Mr Edward McMonag1e Super mtendent 0l'l'll'l'lllI'l af 'iv Q-5 1 -Jn ,gy 'Pb- iii. f Rumford s loval Llbvarlan Mrs jean Ham 7 'Nh ,.f'c 7 J X nf! ii R Mrss ANITA BAILLANGEON SECRETARY l'l'lll'll5 fI'Cltl0l'l DANA M SIMMONS PRINCIPAL fa-as ww I my MR BERTRAM IN I'xLL1c1NcHxu Ass1sTAN1' PRINCIPAL jfs- QW 'A , 'Q .7 . . . . 1 5 .K AA, 4 , ff: 524 "R Q, , S 3 M . . ' , 'L sfxlssuzffn-f ' 'f E 9 3 ., Q ' M: ,y N .- U K' "1' 2 2: ll ,. ,, F ' ,. 5 , K SY I A' L" ., -Q ' " ' ,W fu .. r I W Y . c u it V A Y I 4 , ,A .. '31 'f' Standing Mlss Emily Pcndlcton Mrs Dons Gcrger Seated Mrs Mmcrva Anderson Mrs Edward YVarner GCI!! t 1 r Ink NN XX uru stor nrt llr x 1 Mr xx xx I 0 n s Mr C url Wu son 9 w. Ieft to Rzght Mrs Mllllgan A v wx , ng- 5, . A 4 x4 " Mlss Margaret A jordan Mr lohn Foley MISS Maxme Lowell Mlss Falth Krelder F1rstRow Mr Iohn Dlckson Mr Thomas Far rell 'Vlr Edgar G Turmellc Second Row Mr Laurence Hersom Mr Melvm Preble .AXN 'IQ' X,-w Mr Lloyd Perry Mr Louxs Thxbodeau Mr Iohn Ross Mr Edmund Leonard Mr Ber tram N Faulkxngham Mr Jasper Foster 10 5-.rw Z ....,.,a,. .,,.-..t- . 4 L. ,Q Q ,ff zsayf V , -4 Xi, , Mlss Rxta Gallant Mlss Dorothea Allen Mr Raymond Baum Mrs Florette Brennlck Mr Arthur Frew Mlss Luclle Wmg Mr Hudson Brenmck Mr Lyman Holman ylvuw X Mrs Ruth Davrs Mrs Ro- berta E Strout a -ff f a c M f a Vx ". U . - 'X ,Q ,J X rl W X xy x .. l. My xx J X 4 V NL+Q ' l l 'fo f ,, J l K .x .J . . ' r' ' ' ' , R.N., . ' , . 5' A I , 'fan' 'W F3 n aj 4 l ' 1 o L' 5' Q ',: " . ' s ,I - . . t Z I r .in , L :,,,',,i V '1 . . . f k 3 A k 'I 1 l F I ,is f x a . f l 1 no 1 I X i If W ' fig li? of Vo' v f k i n 2 1 'F l , ix r gag 11 I pledge allegiance . . Senior stroll Go, Go, Go, Panthers I' xt, si A ti :if- bf' E Q 1 'kfmvwwy A X ik"'f., - A x' Q J ' nz-and ...ull QI'll0I'5 ,Z v,,f""""sM 1' 'YS .45 Semor Class Officers and 'Sponsors Judy Bellveau Treasurer Marilyn Kowalzyk Secretary Mrs Davls Co Sponsor Mr Leonard Co Sponsor B1llGoodw1n V1cePres1dcnt Class Presl dent Davxd Lovejoy havlng left Stephens to attend school ln Rhode Island reslgned hls po s1t1on to Vlce President Goodwm THE CLASS OF 195 1? ' A I5 QW 'tht EVERETT CORD XN ANGEV GENER XL As lzappy a man as any IH the uorld the u hole nmld Seems to smile upon me Band 1 2 Iumor Prlze Speaklng Professlonal Chef PHILIP RICHARD ARSENAULT COLLEGE Men of few words are the best of men Football 1 Undeclded QV S,........- .qw gr-ffff 3 E'-fy ANN JOAN ARYOLD GENERAL Silence zs true msdom s best reply Bnd 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 Basketball 1 2 4 Western Maine Concert Fcstlsal Semor Play Mcdlcal Secretary KATHERINE D ARSENAULT COIWMERCIAL Farr and softly goes f r LIDIHIY Club 2 3 4 Secretary 2 FHA 1 Commerclal Club MISSIOHBIQ AUDREY AUGER COMNIERCIAL Character IS szmply a halut long contmued Combined funds 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Softballl 2 Commercial Club Secretary Q-...fe 'Ki' aft? X Q. Q' 5 C 9 ,ffl 1 dl r ""'V , N A l 4 f ' INE L A' I 'v v , ' I ' 8 , , Q . 1 . 5 1 7, 3 Y I 1 9 . ' i 5 ' H I A u ll I ' .' , , 5 , - gg g . . . 3 . Nw ' ' y 2 , Af , , lf A- ml- ' .nl,f:m?i f f . , l ' A A ff ,L fff liffg , ,- -V f 1? 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" N. ,M 58 .W ' , ,Q 14 Ky an 1 r,,,,4fa,X1' I-gh ir-K E AVIS LILLIAN BARRY COLLEGE The deed 15 everythzng the Fame nothmg Gee Club 1 2 3 4 SCICU Club 3 4 CEX Coml Lat1n Club 1 2 Basketball 3 4 CManagerj Wmter Sports 2 Softball 1 2 3 4 CManager 2 3 4D Outmg Club 2 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Nurse fha, if s.--..-1' Wie E IUDY BELIVEAU COLLEGE Only deeds gwe strength to lzfe Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Debatrng 1 2 FHA 1 2 Assembly COmm1tfCC 4 Footlxght Club 2 3 4 SCICHPC Club 4 CEX Comj Lat1n Club 1 2 3 Senxor Plas TRIBLTE 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 XVIFIICI' Sports 2 Softball 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Head Chcerleader4 VICL Presl dent 2 Treasurer 4 Outmg Club 2 3 Art Clubl 2 Natxonal Honor SOCICIY 3 4 College -Ib. lk' MARY IANE BISSONNETTE COMMERCIAL To know her IS to lzkc her GleeClub1 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 4 Queen Manager 3 Commerclal Club 4 'r""' JOSEPH ROLAND BLAIS GENERAL A man he seems of cheerful yes terdays and confident tomorrows MlXCd Chorus 3 4 Art Club 2 Scmor Play XL 'SF' PAUL GLENDONI BLAISDELL VOCATIOV XL A good pal all around was he Maehrnlst 4 3111. 'ig-.2 ANN MARYSE BERNARD COLLEGE Her smzles are fazrer far than other mazdens are cc Clubl 2 3 4 FHA Lat1n Club 1 Broadcast 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 4 Wmter Sports 2 Outmg Club 2 3 Queen Manager 1 Scmor Play Nurse EMMA GERTRUDE BLANCHARD COMMERCIAL Patience IS a remedy for every sorrow ec Clubl 2 3 4 FHA 2 Basketball 1 Commerelal Club 4 Xray Teehmclan Z' , W' if -, V , .1 '. 1 ' l A x ' ,Q- . , Vik, ' Y ak 1 4. ,- V' v . 'H' 47, . 'S 0 H 1 Wk' . If KIRK , 'xx'-' 1 ff, 1 1 I I ll I , ll 1 1 1 S l 41 - - ll . a ' 4 1 1 1 . 11 . 11 , 1' .-ce ' GI- ,,,g...1g 1 1 1 1 - , . , ' ' S Y Y 7 Y , 5 , 9 1 ' 1 1 1 3 . - . f 7 Y 1 1 1 1 - Y . , . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . , . ., , , 1 1 1 - A 6 I .- ,, 'S , O' , 1 A 3 1 -' az 4 I , ' H s ' 1 ' -N 3, W 1 N 11 y 2 .. , V I n 3 , . nfl", A 1 1 1 ' X u - - n " n - . 1, .1 . ' n 3 Y Y Y 3 ' g...,g Gl ,,,g...l, S 1 1 Q - S 5 . . ' 1 - 1 1 ' n I 1. ' v 4 Y I 'Y Y Y 1 1 1 S , Q . . . 3 1 1 1 1 1 ' l K , , , - Q 1.-1 1 1 1 ,, l Q Y Y 7 Y , . l I 1 11 ll ffl! M FW' 47' w RAYMOND BOLRDEAU COLLEGE Life nas meant for fun and not for uorry Broadcast 2 3 Lndccldcd 4112? X15 X MARIE FLORA BURGESS COINIMERCIAL "Serene, yet warm, human, yet firm in her mind" Band 2, 3, 4, FHA l, Footllght Club 3, 4, Commcrcml Club 4, TRIBUTE 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2, 4, Scnlor Plas 1958 'lv' mx WILLIAM HOIVARD BOUFFARD GENERAL lV1t maker :ts oun welcome and lelels all dzstmctzons Football 3 4 Basketball 1 Track 3 Cross Country 2 Lndccldcd RICHARD R BUSHIE Voc KTIONAL Hrs only fault IS that he has no ault Football 3 4 5 Basketball 2 3 Track 3 Undecldcd ag, 1.4- "7 16 fly 'I ith-uv ALBERT I BRADLEY GENERAL Whats the use of worry1ng7 It never was u orthu h1le So smile smzle smlle Plumbmg 'X I ALICE BYRON COINIIVIERCIAL "The lzght of your smzle can be seen from afar " Broadcast 3, 4, TRIBUTE 4, Com mcrcxal Club 4 Secretary , ' Y' I 1 V. IA ,"5"w' ix I f fx If I , ,X lj ' '. , -. I, IJ! J", 5 as A 4 f . . f S ,QV ' w I . W ' .4-4 X54 fly M ,, , , X v. 'T ! " X 1 ! ,I Q! f' , 1 1 L fy I - H - 7 ll I Q H . ' . Q V1 ' 7 7 , 1 - u I . . U . , . , . , . . yy . . A . 7 , 4 . . . H y S 1 ' 3 5 .' - T . . r 4 A 1 jk I li - - f H , ' , , S 1 S - We -sr "fm 1958 45. M Q4- CAROLE ANN CANWELL X COMMERCIAL g Never underestzmate stze A 1 Broadcast 2 TRIBUTE 4 Basketball 1 4 Soft 3 Commercxal Club 4 Semor Play Secretary ,Mx ,Pu REMI C COTE GENJERAL A merry heart doth good luke a mcdzcznen RITA ANN CARUSO COLLEGE Lots of chatter lots of fun Her sertous years have not begun Glen Club 3 Bandl 2 4 De batmg 2 3 4 CSec 3D Foothght Club 3 4 Ir PIIZC Speakmg 3 Na t1onal FOICDSIC League 4 Sclcnce Club 4 Latm Clubl 2 3 Broad cast 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 3 4 Basket bal 1 2 3 4 Outlng Club 2 Se nlor Play College RICHARD ALLEN COX VOCATIONAL 'izlence sometzmes speaks more than words eh A Mllltary SCIVICC X... 'QI' 31-1 'Het rfnmm I ..-'7 NANCY VILDA CARPANO College The very flower of vouth Glee Club 3 Band 1 2 Footllght Clu 1 2 3 4 SCICDCE Club 3 Latm Club 1 2 Broadcast 3 TRIBUTE 3 4 Class Presxdent 2 Natxonal Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Se mor Play Hospltal DICUCIQI! TI' AlN1Nb. Htl IINA DEMERS COLLEGE Born with the grft of laughter and a sense that the world ts mad FHA l, Footllght Club 3, 4, F tb ll 1 O0 a Nlarlnc Corps ' 1 , kat? lz, Br0adCaSt 4, TRIBUTE , ot a 17 Nurse .f,..,, . , 1 ,, . .1 'Z 'f"'T f' 1 - I 71- ' "aa v v- L "' N , I 'Y ,N f 'VJ-A4 '--N-I ' 4 'V ,. If u - - n 1.51 A ' u If u . I Q 0 RH. . 9 , 3, 43 5 D , 3 9 1 1 l S ' y 1 x S 5 ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Magazme Drxve 1, 2, , 5 3 s 9 - . , s ' s . 1 1 5 ' fl 2 P ' V fl . X S a v 3 I ' , , , . - 5 . , 5 '. 3. - I 5 l I 7 3 ' , , 9 ' , s - A l , , , s 5 - 4. . . A V I.. , ' V N' ' 5 A R 111- . fp L ,Il 1 1 :' H A . u - - , , . I. 13' Q37 JAMES EDWARD DENHOLM COLLEGE He profzts most who serves best Bandl 2 3 Pres1dent4 AA 4 Sclenee Club I 2 Latln Club 1 2 Broadcast 4 Football 2 Basketball 4 Tr 2 3 4 Sen Pay Engmeer RICHARD PETER DOHERTY COLLEGE The woods were made for the hunter of dreams Footllght Club 1 2 Scrence Club Game Warden ,af 18 1"' -7 DONALD MELVIN DESROCHES COLLFGE Hzs lzmhs ucre cast tn zn a manly mold for hardy sports and contest 4 Football 1 2 3 4 k alll 2 3 4 Track3 4 tlonal Honor Socuty 3 4 Baseball 1 Boys ate Coach bod IEANNE A DONAHUE COINIINIERCIAL Alums zn the vzcznzty of mrs chzcf and fun ee Club 1 2 3 FH Footllght Club 3 4 Commcrual Club4 Broadcast 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 Class Secretars 2 Outlng Club 2 3 4 3 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Sen1or Play Busmess Teacher BEATRICE HELEN DRAPEAU COMIXIERCIAL It s nzce to he natural when you re naturallw nzce Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Ma1orette 4 Broadcast 2 3 Basketball 1 Soft ball 2 Commnrclal Club 4 Semor P ay Stenographer 4.1 1 Q. 'WN X M. 1 ' V s 1 ' Z ikb 63 1 E X-5, x f if 41 n U . . 7 A . . , ' s - - s ' - n , : , 4 Z. 9 5 I A.A. g , , , g Bas- l, 2, 3, g ack 1, , , g lor etb , , , 5 , 5 Na- I - I , ' , 5 . 5 St -. M , 74 haw: QQ ' 4 Gl , , , 45 . .A. lg 1 S ' ' 9 Q , , 9 - W , 5 . 4 9 A ,' 9 v y S - V f Queen Manager 23 Art Club 1, 2, 5 s . , 1 - IA I I 1 V 7 fl 'V h D - , 7 3 7 Y 7 H 1 - . D ' . Y 1 Q 5 Y O a S S ' 3 1, 2. l . K, . 14 'Q lg? - , 4 Z ' " ' J' lf? . '. 4 A , A r I XX L 58 , AA ' 1 ""'7 if Rx ARMAND IOSEPH DUBOIS GENERAL true frzend ts forever a frtend Mlllworker 'CT' IEAN ELLEN FARRELL COLLFGE She s got a smzle that fits her face and she nears It every day Glcc Club l 2 3 4 Art Club 1 2 Studcnt Councll SLcrLtIry 4 Footllght Club 3 4 Iumor PIILC Spcakmg 3 Latm Club 1 2 TRI BUTE 3 4 junlor Edltor Semor Edx or Nurslng ii' in ,I wofx ROBERT CHARLES DUMAS COMMERCIAL Longer than deeds lweth the word Footllghts Club 2 3 4 Sclence Club 3 Secretary 3 Scmor Play College ffl!! 'Q' '27 SHIRLEY ANN FINNAN COMNIERCIAL Youd thmk her shv but she s full LC Club 1 2 3 FH 3 4 Broadcast 2 3 TRIBUTE 4 Basketball 2 3 Softball 1 Outmg Club 1 2 Art Club 2 Commcrclal Club 4 Scmor Play Secretary mnkf-31 ALICE FRASER ,, COMMERCIAL Good health and good sense are two of lifes greatest blesslngs Glcc Club l 2 FHA 1 Com merclal Club4 Broadcastl 2 3 4 Outlng Club 4 Typlst C54 if ,fs NICOLE ANNE DUPUIS COMINIERCIAL She wore a smzle of sunshme GlLcClub1 2 3 4 FHA I 4 Commercxal Club 4 Twplst -fiwifyx 1' 1"""'7 fr' Qi: A, J' wg CHARLES WILLIAM FERGUSON COLLEGE Betu een jest and earnest Mxxcd Glcc Club 3 4 AA 1 2 3 Student Councll 1 3 Assembly Committee 2 Latm Club 1 2 Track 4 XV1nter Sportsl 2 3 4 Older Boss Conference 2 Boss State 3 Cross Country 1 2 ha txonal Honor SOCICLY 3 4 Magazmc Drne l " 3 Scmor Plav Natlonal Iumor Class II Cross Country Com bmed Champlon 2 Mcchamcal Englneer 1' , V eq A ...K , . ' ' ' 2 ' A .. ' fn!! L. A I 4 f E f I M, , , 1. - . G HA . . . ,, ,, . 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Q ' 52' ' . 1 I 1 r I ' fix T37 'ROSALIE ANN GALLANT COMIVIERCIAL Her ways are sweet Her heart zs kznd Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mayorette 2 3 4 Outmg Club 2 Assembly Commrttee 4 FHA 1 2 3 Car mval Queen 3 Commerclal Club Fllmg Clerk app...- RAYMOND A GILLIS GENERAL Tzme IS but a stream to go afislz mg m Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 3 Undeclded 5 T 7 AN'- if' ,pa-sahv fs? ff? We 'lg' rw ROBERT LANCE GAUTHIER GENERAL Some thmk the world IS full of fun and frolzc and so do l CM1xed Chorusj 3 Footllght Club 3 Iunlor Prize Speakmg 3 Football 1 Semor Play Navy EDWIN CHARLES GOODWIN VOCATIONAL Szlence 15 the element zn whzch great tlungs fashzon themselves Undcclded IZ 'er-"" 20 " JEAN PRISCILLA GILL COMMERCIAL Manner not gold zs womans est adornment B nd I 2 3 4 Broadcast 4 Western Mame Concert Fcstlval Secretary IANICE ELAINE GOODWIN COINIIXIERCIAL Always neat ever trzm Happy spzrzt, full of vzm " Glu Club l, 2, 3, 4 Oflicc Work , WM All E .,' TQ- ,i . A . Q , ' K 4 ' - JN 1 2 34 L, L ATE .. , ,515 ,gif ,, . . b 2 N33 'fi rf , Q J J ' - ff ,,w,,,fsft ff ' , ,fy any - . 1 1 r S 5331 3 1 1 1 3 . l , , S 3 TRIBUTE 45 Commcrclal Club 45 . S - - - 1 - 24' -L ' ll I ' I Il u J I v Q I S u 9 G 9 5 . 11 1 u Vo . . . ., fi f ' I J ,ffl I ,E - X Q -tif A Y . ., . . - ,, 7 , 1 . . H ., 5 I 1958 'Z'-..."'k 2-18-. -in ...... WILLI XM STUART GOODWIN Take me JuSt as l am Asstmblx COITITIIIIILL 3 B1skctb'lll 2 3 4 Trzckl Cl1ssV1ee r dent 3 4 Senior Pllv Accountemt 'Una K ,f uv HOWARD TRUMAN GUNTHER VOCATIONAL "Do1ng easzly what others End dlfficult IS talent" 'Ty fe-0' Ii i J' 'if' '1F"V"7 CARLENII D GRIFFIN GENIERAI Tfzough she zs quzet her presence IS et Glcc Club 3 4 Bfnskctball I 2 4 Softball l Magqzlnc Drnc 3 Orthopedics lNursc MARY ROSE HALACY CONINIERCIXL Che worked among us dzd much good and sazd lzttle Bndl 2 34 FHA 1 Brod cast 4 TRIBLTE 4 Basketball 1 2 Commercml Club 4 NVLstem Malnf. Concert Festlval 4 Semor Pay Office Work 'W' f A K "'Nm JOHN CURTIS GUNTHER Handsome rs as handsome does Basketball 4 Machxnlst I 9' K Nerf' FRFD A HFBERT GENERAL "'T1s good to be merrv and wise Band I, Football 1, Basketball 1 Undcclded H' Baseball 1, 2, 3 21 Undccldcd I K Q 4 , A' ix ' gig. ' ' I L, ,Q fm-Q21-Y 1, A. I h 4 'J' I vw ., ' +5 '1 ' 4,5 igv. .aitgiv rl , tv, tc H f7:2."' 2 .4 fu, jf- ., 31. M- N if ' F ,,sgfi5,pQ -55' - j 1- 6 I s E,. ' I gxlfiggff'-fgif , I wt, J ' A 'E Q ,:L.f"-fl'-If . fa .V Q I ,1- COLLEGE - GENERAL n . n - I 'iz T n - ' i' I ' H .3 1 ' . , if ' . I, , , , 5 2 5 1 " I' csl- f .ff ' ' y 5 ' 2.- I ' I . . . .. . . j I . f .. , 9 - . Q , , 3, 5 3 ' . ' . . ' l . . , if ' K ! T 7 ' a J' , -. X I 3 v n 1 I - - ' 9 ' ,, ,' I x "j J ' , Y 9 l ' 9 , if 'I 5 . . h 9 . I V , , ' S l ' l . le Y 5 393' Q' 1 . f Q A K ' g ,- K -od, 4 ' J' ,' I ' E: E4 2:21 , V ' , K fl ' Cf' , I vy., SUSAN MAE HILLMAN COLLEGE When theres fun shes always sn zt Never st1'l for half a mmute Band 1 2 Assemblv Commlttee 3 4 Footllght Clubl 2 3 4 Sci ence Club 4 Latm Club 1 2 Broadcast 2 Iunlor Edltor 3 Se n1or Edltor 4 TRIBUTE 3 Semor Edltor 4 Class Vlce Presldent 1 Senlor Play College and Fashion Retalllllg GENERAL Hrs foe was folly and hzs weapon wz Undeclded ,nes 'Wh wg., Q-.... 4.."2."'..f 'WC ' LEWIS FRANCES HOFFMAN GENERAL O M1sch1ef though art swzft to enter zn the thoughts of men Band 3 Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Wlntcr Sports 2 3 4 Baseball 1 Undecldcd IOAN BARBARA HOPKINS COLLEGE She IS actwe stzrrzng all afire cannot rest cannot tzre Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Debatm 4 Student Counc1l4 Assembly Com mlttcc 4 Footllght Club 1 2 3 4 Iumor PYIZC Speaklng 3 Grand PIIZC Spear Contest 3 U of M Speech Festlval 3 Oxford County Speakmg Contest 3 N8t10n2l Honor SOC1CtY 2 3 4 Semor Play Secre tary Llbrarran Debate Club 4 Con Play 1 2 DENNIS IONES IRISH COLLEGE Quiet but truly worth knowzng Band 2 3 4 FoothghtClub1 2 Club 1 2 Football 1 Wmter Car n1val Commlttce 3 Semor Play COLLEGE 'A , lB,yN 1:-,Q ...Q "-F... Q 1"""D Mk lift f' . Sl ll I I . . . . ,, , 4 , n . . . . ' P J s r , ' " a 3 1 r y 5 ' - - , - . . r J 1 1 2 ' - - ' ' S , u S - o 4 , Y a - S p S I J S S . I , 4 ,, . . . . H J I ' I, ,v ' s , ' , , s g , 5 5 ' ' 3 . . Y 5 Y 3 . x Q : D 4 - - 1 S I s - ..-. I S . . a I : 3 5 ' ." S ' ......-..-.l. , test l Y , 3. fl H I Il , . .7 Y E . Y I 3 JAMES HORN 3, 43 Iunlor Prlze Speaking 3, Latln 1 r S ' u - . ' ' . ' It Il , . v' 31 R Rx! 'R ' 'l " gn, 4 I R. l X , L Rf - - H : , , in N tt f 35 an K ' "sf , Q V 1 V t 22 ',Yth1l2,f. ' "' r??...'.'. -. ' 'Mui' Mft? ""3"IP -.4 'P A VAUGHAN EDWIN JACOBS GENERAL A little nonsense mm mul then 1 relzshed by the wzsest men Football 1 4 Basketball 1 2 Undeelded Zim, 'Ka 'fro' 'rf' MARILYN VICTORIA KOWALZYK COLLEGE How pretty her blushmg was Transferred from Lnermore Falls Hlgh Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Major e e 1 Footllght Club I Broadcast 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Softballl 2 Cheerleader 4 Class Secretary 1 4 Wlnter Carmval Commlttee 3 Semor Play Teacher ROBERT ANTHONY LEVI GPN ERAL "Sorta quzet, sorta shy, we all thlnk he's a regular guy" Latm Club 1, Basketball 1, 2, Senlor Play Store Clerk ffl dd" wr EARLE WILLIAM KASREGIS V Oc KTIOWIAL Hes a very devzl Undeclded ,,,1::: QS IACQUELINE MARY LAMBERT COMMERCIAL A satzsfyzng mzxture of wzsdom and gazety Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Broadcast 2 3 Buslness Edltor 4 as ketball 2 4 Softball 2 Natxonal Honor Soelety 3 4 Commerclal Club Treasurer 4 Pruate Secretary Ji -we M 'ii 'Fw-x xiii MARY ELIZXBIITH KOOW COLLEGE Shes pretty to ualk wxtlz and Glec Club 3 4 Band 1 2 Stu dent Councll Asslstant Secretary Treasurer 2 VICE Presldent 3 Foot llght Club 3 4 Iunlor PIIZC Speak 1ng 3 Broadcast 2 3 TRIBLTE 3 4 XV1l'ltCI' Sports 2 Art Club 1 V1ce Presldent 2 hatlonal Honor Society 3 4 'ii 'QW LEROY LAMBERT COLLEGE Reason and judgment are the qualztzes of a leader Debatmg 3 V1ce Presxdent 4 Footlxght Clubl 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Iunlor Prlze Speakmg 3 Sclence Club 1 3 Latln Club 1 Football 2 VV1nter Sports 3 4 Class Treasu re 3 Wmter Carnnal Commlttee 3, 4, U of M Speech Festnal, Se mor Play Undeclded ' ' I " If wk I, fi-xl ' , XR l , -..' Y . le , wk x ' f J ac- ur I 'JF' 3' 5 . ' , V' .51 V f,fwt',"f'TytT ' ' ' pl3?f:,r f -'si , A . - . I N ' x Q " I L , I 4 L , . rr . ., 41 1 - n ur 1 Y - ' ' ." Baseball 1. witty to talk with." , 5 , . 1 , Q I , 9 - 1 . . ' I Y - D 1 3 ' an . , 5 ' , i . 9, . 9 S , . ,K ,V If in ' O . K ' Q f N' ix ' M of Q3 S be A 3 fi D Y :Q'f'f,f A f ,, . . . . if , 'E - 1 ' ,V , H , A I ' ." ' Q ww Vh h I , , , 9 its j. . +, 'iff fl! . ' . . ,' f ' , 1, , , , .B - -, , .3 y S S ' , 3 1 . x - u - n ' ' rr - - Y I - Q H ' 5 " 1 , , , 9 ' - ' ' s ' ' s ttts' ,149 M a .,,.,, 1 5 1 y , 1 S ' 3 - 1 9 n x u 1 - D 1 . l 4 1 7 7 . Y I ' I l 7 l 1 v S 1 ' ' 5 ' . 1 .5 1 '. ' S - I' Z ' ' if gr-my MARILYN FAYE LIBBY COINIMERCIAL Through acts she wzll make her name In her hands l1es her fame Glee Club 2 3 4 Foothght Club 3 4 Broadcast 4 TRIBUTE 4 W1n ter Carmval Commlttee 3 Maga zme Drue 3 Semor Play Commer clal Club 4 M6dlC8l Secretary "wi" 1-.wi qi, CHARLES THAYER MacDONALD INDUSTRIAL ARTS "The ups land downs of life do not disturb me. Air Force 1958 ,nw f' 43.45- 1-Z""""" DAVID E LOVEIOY COLLEGE There he of them that have left a name behznd them Class Presldent 3 4 DlI1g0 Boys State UUdCC1dCd JOHN EDWARD MacDONALD GENJERAL On mth the dance let joy be un confined Footllght Club 3 4 Broadcast 4 TRIBUTE 4 Art Club 1 2 Jumor Achlevemcnt 3 Dance Teacher xl M r . 1 -.Xl . wb ' gm 'x fl 4 GQ, ' N , v- ' "N-r I a. 251 'argl lz"i"L I W w ' A75 ff? R? si .Q Ugg. A - -I W ff. ' ' L 'R lf 1, L BY 3 lit rf New , I 1- "PDM 24 Nazi' KEENAN RICH XRD MARR GFNIIRXL Strong pleasant constant wzse Latln Club 1 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseb ll College ,l I X. 1. HAROLD LEROY MCCULLOCH VOCATIONAL "An all-round good fellow is the greatest honor among men." Undecided , ,J x fg'f..'!"fl fl 51' vQ,L,7 ll .N V CHARLES DANIEL MLKENNA COIIFCF I had n plcamnt tum with mv mmd or 12 nas happw Bwslxqtlnll I 2 3 4 Cross Coun 2 I31sLb1lll 2 3 4 DLIL to Oldcr Boxs Confunncu 4 Lollcgc 25. 4' ur X x X RICHARD JOSEPH N XDEAU COLLEGE For lzfe wzthout muszc would lu dead Football 1 jazz Mus1c1an 1958 'WY hir x TF' SHEILA MARIE 'NIEHIG-KN COININIERCIXL The Smile that uont come 0 c Club 2 3 4 A 3 Broadcast 4 Commercial Club 4 Secrctary ELIZABETH NORXIA ORDXVAY Grvrxur. IVcrL Ia 111 htm ala I mould act th part 0 a nz htm ale ucrc I a suan ilu part o a suan Bmd 1 2 XV1ntLr Carmxal Com l'I1lttLL 3 BCWUUCIHD 'ak-rd' xii ,ni 1' 25 if . ROBERT XICPHFRSON Voc XTION u He that has QNIIILPICC mm com pass anythuz Carpcntrw fbi 4 :fa BEVERLY JO XNNI P XCR XRD br Nm xx auty 13 pon lr 1 lc suonl Xhntnr C lrnn ll COIHIIIIIIL C uun C lndul lu 2 Lnduldnd X H 'LJVW l 5? wo ' 1 4 - 4 ' . 1 I' U . . L I . . , ' H 4 If , V I ' .' I .-.- - " - , , L, 5 I - ' f .' UY 1 , ,,,'5 "gmc 1 1, , . I 0 S . . L . A . 1 1 , f. . , V , H ,, Glc ' , , g F.H. . 1, 2, , 5 ' ' g - . , L V 'I I .g A R 7, w f 1 ff f g : ' ' v 1 v U I , uf . K D Q 1 5 , , 4 . ' Ex ' X' ,ff V , f 1 . I J-I . ,mr 1 'vu I I I Q- A , ,gi I ' ' l It f' I A JE - .. , 1 Kr! J . 1 ' 4 , I . . l. V , , .. . . . . " ' ' ' f "Be " "g 1 Suzi ' is its II , " . ' T: "1 I ' ' a " Q " 1 ' 1 - . .a-59 W BEVERLY GRACE PATRICK COMMERCIAL Vzrtue zs the performance f pleasant actzons Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Footllght Clubl 2 3 Sccrctars 4 Broadcast 4 FHA 4 Scmor Play Commcr cxal Club 4 Secretary I966' DONALD B PERKINS COLLEGE An honest man s the noblest work of God Sclcnce Club 2 3 4 VV1ntcr Car nnal Commlttce 3 Prcsldent of Scx encc Club 3 4 Baseball 2 Research SCICDUSI ,abs 'Yqanv if .1 'Th- 'N-It 'T"'--r MARY AGNES I PELLETIER Co'v1MERc1AL Let patience lzme hu pnrfect 14 ork Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Baskctball 1 Softball 1 Outing Club 2 Com mcrcxal Club 4 Undncxdcd ELAINE MAY PENSEIRO COLIFGE Charm strzkes the slglzt but mer the soul n I 2 Dnbwtmg 2 3 clLntC0unL1ll 2 3 Footllght Club 1 2 3 4 Iumor PIIZL Spclmg Treasurer 4 Latln Club 1 Exccu tlve Commlttcc 2 Scrlbc Trcasurcr 3 Scmor Plas Broadcast 3 4 T IBLTE 3 4 Softballl 2 3 4 Magazme Drue 3 4 Nurse LANCE MARK PORTER GENERAL Lzke a knzght rn glztterzng armor Laughter stood up at hrs szde Broadcast 1 4 Footbmll 1 2 3 Game Warden if X 1 Q r Vx V A 1.2, 5' l ' 11 I . 0 ll v A 7 4 J 1 7 I! . H ' Y 7 ! Y , , , s 9 H 9 s - , , , . 3 9 . I 5 - - - 9 9 - ' R nl 'u:""s ' af.,-W . 1 . , , ' 5 I ' . " J - ' If ' ' . 1 ' " lt, . S I ' Bad ,Vg I gStu- 5 , , , ' X X ' .' X5 1. . ' I I , , I , s x ik J -b -ff' 35 SCICHCG Club 2, 35 Secretary- ? gf' , '- s js , 9 . -I 'Q ' R ll v I I 3 7 x I , , . ----Hi ,, , ,, . . . . . , ,, . . 1, I a v l . ' x I 1 y y 9 ' ' g ' - 4. 1 S - '53 F - L 2 I , ' 5 8 ls xx 3 A 4 ,W JW' Q l 'E 'A M -lu, . Q ' S- A ' I ' 26 X 3' ' V4 ,Q .,g ,,,.3 A a i 'Dx NANCY SIMONII PRUE CONIIXIFRCIKL As full of spmt as the month of May cc Club 2 3 F Broadcast! 2 3 4 TRIBLTE 3 4 Mlxcd Chorus 3 4 Commcrcxal Club 4 Office Work al' W"'1hqv PATRICIA ANN ROSS COLIEGE It mattcri not lzow long., you Iwo but how uell rary Club 1 2 3 4 u 1 2 Sclcncc Club 3 4 I1t1n Club 1 2 N1tlODIl Honor SOCILIX 3 4 Lxbrary Club Trtasurcr 1 Llbrfiry Club Prtsldtnt 2 FHA Hxstorlan 2 llII'llll1lLI1IlI'l ln 4 lNurs1ng Instructor JOSEPH ARDRLW SASSI COLLEGE He zs a good man and a yust one Baskttball 1 2 3 4 Cross Coun 2 Bascballl 2 Colltgc Ring' r""'tr JUNE RICHMOND CONINIERCIAL As good as gold Waves "-LN 'ex PHILOMFNI' ROYAL C01 LrcE Vzctory belongs to the most per seurmg Glu. Clubl 2 3 4 Dc-b'1t1ng1 Footl1g,ht Club 2 3 4 Broadcast 2 3 4 Tmravrr 3 4 Bnsktt l 3 4 Softball 1 XVIFIICI' Sports 1 Wlntcr ClfnlVll COITIITIIIILL 3 N1 t1on1l Honor Soclctx 3 4 Nlagwxnc Drncl 2 3 Stcrntarw AA Councll Profcsslonal Photographer -l 'QFP all IAPM411 A fl f .P KATHRYN G ROBINSON GENERAL A fazr extenor rs a szlent recom mendatzon F A 1 Latln Club 1 2 Housuufc wliffl' 'kg' 'O-unix 8.1. 'bm 'Y Vw? nga, ALLEN DVVICHT SANBORN GENERAL The days that make us happy make us uzsc Sclcncc Club 4 hcc Prcsldcnt 4 Undecided A r- xl X rl mf f W - -. N, f 5 4 S .L f A 3 'J ' 4 1 V A - 1 u A ' 4 n A' u . . . u - - - - - ,, . .. Gl , , 43 .H.A. lg .H. . 3 ' , . J 7 7 I V ! . I x V y S ' 'N-. 1 ,. 'f' 1.-7' 'f-fx -, tt ' ,-4' L!' -I - V41 N 2 .E ' 16 ' 4 ' , , . Q I ., U av' V , , 1 f ' 2' ' ififf- W 1 Nw' ' : I ' -Aff-l3"'f'Q3lE'D 1 f1,-zulu 'gm' W.-,-4 f 1 1 leg? H? . v Q, f- 7, - j' " N t ,, " 1 y a , 3 1 5 ' 1 , , : - V , , 5 ' 1 . , 5 1 ' bal I V u , A . C l . '. n . ' ' 1 I ' 1' . , 1 z 1 , - I-'lb 7 1 9 I GICC I ' J x I X ' 2 1' . . . x 7 ' Club , w, 3, 44 F-H-A 1, 2, 3, 44 3, M. 1, 2, 3, 4. - ' , 9 -- A , 9 ' . ' 1 1 I r v . v . . . 1 , , 1 H , I L V x ' u n 1 . . 1 . '. ' ' ' Y M' 4 z ' x 1 . , . r V D , ' J 1 ' is! H . . ,, - . . ' I Y I Y 7 - try 5 ' , , 3, 4. . ' .1 il, -'I u . -Liz:-,I tx... g ' ' I 'S .12 V 11 3 4- A 4 - 'f 't--an 5 Q- fe '24 ig ll' S H+ A Q A 1 ,fs-521 'lf Q? QQ BURCHARD W SCOTT COLLEGE How many worthy men have we known to survzve their own repu tatzon? Undeclded MARGARET SERAFIN GENERAL Her vozce u as exer soft gentle and low an excellent thmg 111 women Science Club 1 2 Softball 2 Nurse NEIL E SORENSEN GENIERAL Merrzly merrzlv shall I lzve now Football 1 Wmter Sports 1 4 Art Club 1 2 "' Q Undeclded .wx P! vu ,,.4S' FRANCIS HENRY SHOREY BUSINESS EDUCATION A smzle for every fellow but zuo for even gzrl Footl1ght3 4 Broadcast4 Queen Manager 3 Student Athletic Publlcl lty Dlreetor 3 Senlor Play 4 Nan 28 'vm 2 ,P A V Sb lea in . is , ,- V' q K ., , JAMES PARKER SHIELDS GENERAL A good mznd possesses a kzngdom Boss Glce Club 3 4 Baseball 2 Elcctronlcs or Forestry smash JOHN BERNARD SOTMAN COLLEGE All mankznd loves a lover Student Counell 4 Latln Club 1 2 3 lRmptror3 lootlnll 4 Tr c 3 4 Dunn Manager 3 Scmor Plav 4 Engineer L S Y S 54 'ffl '.. ,g .5 4' Who' , I J v u , A , , R H - . H - - , lt n . I 1 3 , ! ! ' , ,, . , i 1, H ' 7 7 I I H a S - -. A , ll ' ' ' Il I ,' ' s , 2, 3, 2 L S v - C, to . L 'C' N 'Q--...EN-'Y A' sn...-U .. , ,- .1 ."' .5 x N' 5' . 5 Y fl, :gm Ml,+.. 'f ' - H Q? gg . , V, f fr ,lkrzv-f , . rg,"-,si-'V "g,.,L1fwf ng ess L qs, 12 1 'wx M N ' riff : -'f fs'-wwf Q' -. fx ya f' - 1 1 7 ' "' A Av A 1' ' ll I ll 7 T V . u I . . ' , - ' 4 5 y , 5 n 1 Q , 9 L ' . Q ' . 5 acl I . 3 I . Y Q L .X x Q 1 9 ' . 4 . ,, - , ff' ROBITRT M XIIQH XI L T KX I OR Crwuu The uorld nas uortln of such men xs Glu Club 3 4 Bind 2 4 Awcmblw COIIIITIIULL 4 Qucnu u 1 2 T Wmtnr Clrmxxl KOIHIIHULL 3 4 Scmor Plu umor Aghluumunt COITIHIIULL 3 4 Radar Tccbmcnn 1n Xiu if f ERNEST IOSFPH bOLCY G1 NIIRAI "Hzs Sxlcnt Lalm manner of lumg has made hzm lzkcd bw all hrs class mates " Football l, 2, Track 1, XV1ntLr Carnlml Commlttnc 3, 4 Barbcr 1958 40" -ng., I-XCQUEI INII THIBODEAU Cow xuinu XI lVlzat as ucll dom zs done soon enough Llbrarw Club 2 3 Glu Club 1 F 2 3 Lltm C11 Broadcast 3 TRIHLTE 4 Art Club 3 Nursc NIARX ROSI SOUCY C urcr Put on her armeuts of ,gladuess Art Club l 2 C0l"Ill7lI1Qd lunds 4 X Prcsxdnnt 4 Footlnglxt Club 3 s ctbwlll 2 3 4 Qoftbll 2 Outing Club 1 2 Qnmor Plax 4 S1.ru1.L Yuma fmt W' 5f If V' 29 lvl v---7 CAROLI' A N N THL RSTON llo luttcr than :lu Qlmuld lm cc Club 2 3 Ban Sccmc Club 1 Broadcast 3 nu xr 3 Bws tbwll 1 4 Softblll 2 4 'Xhud Chorus 3 Lndncldnd 'QL BESSIE JOY STEXRNS Coxnxsncrm "Neat not gaudx " Glcc Club 1, 2, Softball I Buautlclan ,1 "T 2 W ff , ' , ,T A , . wilt, .Ax 9. 'f A ,. 5 .,, . - ,Q 5 1 Q K - f 1 j it Q. I . . W , ix 7 ' 1'lt , av ,, .,: V Z., .fgfff 'tlf , X A ' .ffl ff 3 , 1 twig: 5 it 5 ,j" i' , 'fa , ,v 3, 4 v v 1 ' . I A I . I . J . L A A sl f , . GENERAL HH. , , ,N My 5. HN ,, -,, - . M5 5 G1-1 ' , , 45 d 1, Boy' -- . .5 5 a , 3, i- -- I 5 , 5 I' T '-5 5 5- TR ,,45 tkc . ,2, Cl b , 5 Football I5 rack 3, 45 5 ' a , 5 , V I . 2 li -j 7 tg 5 5 n J W ,-1 x .. my . 1: . 43 A 1,1 .1 U ' 5 , s j' , 2, 3, 45 '.H.A. , 5 1 lb 15 5 ' ' S - l ' 1 o . . Q 5 . lt g kk I I . I" Y Q ' ' ' l, 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 5 F.H. I I f . 5 ' - 5 ' f , 3 , 45 Ba k . 5 , .5 ' 5 K a 1, X ' 5 3 4 N 1 ' 1 1 ' . l . I t ff lj ' 45' I 'E I' xt' 'gin 'iv in ii SALLY ANN TRIPP COMIXIERCIAL Fazth wzthout words IS dead Llbrary Club 3 Softball 4 Com merclal Club 4 Flle Clerk or Bookkeeper RONELLO ALVIN VAUGHN GENERAL No one knows what he can do untzl he trzes Boys Glee Club 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 SCICHCC Club 1 2 3 4 MBIIDCS or Navy bis T f"""'Y 30 'Wx W "9" if DOROTHY ANN TYLER COMIWERCIAL I have often regretted my speech never my szlence TRIBLTE 4 Undeclded JUNE ALICE VAUGHN COMMERQIAL Few thzngs are zmposszble 1 1 gence and skzll Commcrclal Club 4 Office Worker ln HOSplt3l JOHN JAMES VIENNEAU GENERAL Ive taken my fun where found zt Scunce Club l Basketball 1 Navy 'W XNJ4- 6 . J f W Ag A N - 7 ' O X w 1 A ilk' 5 L ff, , ,gy , ' 5 fm I I Rx , I Afg.W I Es' I Af. ,L 11 - . . n ,, ' 9 s u - ' " Tu. V Q, 5, X- . . - f 5,1 if fl - . 1 d-la Nf ' ." H M .fee-N A . gf I ,J ,. y ' I , , f ' I f ll . . .rr ,, , 4 rv 'l , 9 , , , . 3 I r y s - l J . ,V .fail ,,. V 1 I A i .5 W A-., Q' f IOYCE CAROLE WATSON GExER xr. Thou art the star for uhzeh a evenmg lLGltS cc Club 1 2 FHA Footllght Club 3 Broadcast 3 TRIBUTE 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Wmtcr Sports 1 2 Softball 1 4 Class Trcasurcr 1 XV1ntcr Carm val Commlttcc 3 4 A1rl1nc Stuwardcss f '3-?1"",. 'Ni' YW? DALE HXRRY WING GENFR KL Happy go lucky easy go free N thzn on earth bothers me Bind 1 Sclcn L Club 1 Track 2 Audlo Vlsual 2 3 4 Sem r Play 4 Flcctronlc Tcchnlclan DONALD IAMES YOUl Coxunnclu A happy man shall hate many frzends Comblnul Funds 3 4 Bind 1 2 4 SCILIILL Club 1 Trick 3 A Club 1 3 Acrnl Photographer ig s.,QvV BQ RICH-KRD LEE WELCH GEVFR XL Rzch nz good works Bandl 2 3 4 Sc1cnccClub1 Fotball 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band Treasurer 4 Accountant QS? .44-u .!' 3.1 RICHARD LOUIS WORTHLEY VOCATIONXL Few can possess such qualztzes of cheerful ways and frzendlrness Art Club 2 Iunlor Achlcxcmcnt 3 Undccldcd 3, Ia" wg-""7 I Y fc! , 1 ' -'ff , New IEJHLENIE SPRING WIKEN CONINIERCIAL She is gentle sh is shy But there zs mzsehzef zn her eyes Glce Clubl 2 3 4 Broadcast 2 3 4 TRIBUTE 3 4 INN Chorus 3 4 Commcrclal Club 4 Oflice Work A... 1 pi 'G 63' 2- DOROTHY ANN YOUNG COLLEGE No lzmzts but the sky ndl 2 3 4 Dbtxngl 4 Secretary 'Irtasurcr 1 2 Prcsl d nt 3 4 Stud4.ntCounL1l 2 3 4 Vlcc Prcsxdtnt 4 Footllght Club 1 2 3 4 hct Prcs1dcnt3 Prcsldcnt 4 'IQRIBUTF 3 4 Iumor Ldntor 3 mor ICllIOI' 4 Biskctbnll l S bull l 2 3 4 Cl1ssPrcs1 nt 1 Xvlflttl' Clrnnal Commlttcc 2 3 4 N'ltIODll Honor Socuts 2 3 4 Goxcrnor Dlrlgo Glrls State Xlalnc 1 atc to Girls XTUOII L of Stitc Spuch Fcstlxal 2 3 4 Na txonal Ilortnslc Lmguc 2 3 4 Forugn Scrucc ,1 f ,Ej- . , 5 QR .V l fig - 't l -N . 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S ,li YJ l I Nancy and Bill - sharp dressers. Lew and Ioanne. Aren't they good Moldy, Bea, and Don have just about the cut- Cutest couple and Bea. Bob looking? est smiles Wee!! UHF. . . I ofa. 'You Are My Destmy by Nancy, Ilmmy, and Bill. 32 Elalne and Leroy Mr and MISS Curly Pussys purr Don el'll0l" Panther growl grrrr and Francis. Murr ow lean june and Shlrley 101 freckles Earl, 95 . l'03I' Rita Dot and Don They re feeling their Cheenos q-of-p--9.0-4-9 A . W Ml ...W --'-N Those Wlth the fhrty eyes Francls and I3Ckl6 I d d F Introducing, u y an rancls just clowmng round 2 l'5 0 lla l i125 v-6 Bessie and 101111 HMUUHY-' Teacher's nightmares . . . Ieanne and Francis 34 0525 9 R wx uf? ff ,'l Vviti 4 1 if!! ,Z Louise Touchctte, Lorralne Laperle, James Rlchmond, Vll'gll'l18 Roblchaud grouped around the Penobscot entrance Ml'lC!2l'CfCl55l1'l2I'l . ' - c'k' T ',x f. AQ' 17 ,' A ' "1-afflv . o- W 1-f' o f x h ' A offs gf- " V ' qv X 2 ii . V. ,KT " .5 M N f , 75.,-Q "3 , n fu . A sw- frq Q. E Q Q 2 . X A 'bf ' it . 9-Yr Z Q '1- 2 'x gy ' I Q o f X L if. 9' I5 Q vs F . 9' '. ' M ' A o ff A, , , I I if 1, , I m,,. lu V s 2 ' 4 N at 'f ff on . is X fc I , f n o Q in ' S f .4 ' 1 ' K f 4 gr f f w in x ' J, ' E i 1 mf' . g ' Vg 1 , ' " 57 fl- ' ' Li, 4 ,I P ' ' 4' El? First Row: Iloyce Rafuse, Margaret Aliberti, Paula Orino, Elaine Hanson, Mildred House, Salllyi Masals y, Gloria Ferren, Jacqueline Mooney, Mary Ellen Taylor, Bernice Perkins, lane Um ro. Second Row: Karen Barry, Brenda MacD0ugall, Margaret Tasker, Kaye Learned, Brenda Thurston, Marian Wasilauskis, Maribeth Plante, Nancy Rogers, Kathleen Gallant, Ioan Dol- off, Susan Day. Third Row: James Salatino, David Breton, William Kelley, james Cormier, Henry Arsenault, Denis Boulanger, Charles Porter, Marcel Martineau, Philip Letourneau, David Richards, Virgil Downs. Fourth Row: Dana Bean, Raymond Thompson, Edwin Constantine, William Louvat, Ronald "5i1i13dNicholas Kelley, Paul Hebb, Arthur Boivin, George Theriault, David Belanger, James 1 eau. First Row: Constance Polero, Shirley Bielskis, Helen Bartlett, Linda Child, Claire Freeman, Lorraine Laperle, Margaret Milishousky, Carole Farrell, Virginia Bowie, Evelyn DeRoeco, Fern Beauchesne. Second Row: Nancy Goodwin, Shirley Rand, Marie Arsenault, Avis Martin, Carole Putnam, Phyllis Anastasio, Kathleen Doherty, Ieannine Gloutier, Brenda Porter, Patricia Goodwin, Carmen Couture. Third Row: Larry Enman, Laurier Rouleau, Eugene Knox, Emile Faucher, William Bourassa, William Lafleur, Raymond Baum, Warren MacFawn, Dennis Gallant, Doyle Woods, Thomas Plante, Maurice Melanson. Fourth Row: Alfred Turbide, Richard Puiia, Jacques Dupuis, Dale Kingsbury, Ion Kowalzyk, Thomas Gamble, Francis Bulger, Armand Metivier, Stanley Whitman, Clifford Rosmond. htftf-5 00? 4' 4. . q -1. A alia I KI Ulf' I fa v.aa....a..-.a, ,., . Fzrst Row Theresa Vatalero Ann Shea Clalre Dupuls Vlfglnla Fau cher Gall Auger Second Row Harry Powers Joyce Cohen Patncla Rxpley Lawrence Bedard Loulse Whltman Lau rame Pelletler Ray mond Vlger Third Row Norman Cormler Paul Dorlon Raymond Hlllman Ruger Legere Iohn Therlault. D00 First Row: Ioseph Hickey, Steph- en Prinn. - Second Row: Mr. Thlbodeau, David Hanscom, Linda McCray. Third Row: Michael Day Tlmo- thy Foster Fourth Ron Ann Welch Jane Adams Mlss jordan Officers and Sponsors Frrst Row Mary Ellen Boucher Margaret Parent Iane Perkms Barbara Scott Mane BOIVID Second Row Sandra Lufkm Car ole Arscnault Margaret Ronan LOUISE Dumoulln Thzrd Row Carmen Carlgnan Clalre BOIVID Allce Turblde Dlane Gaudet Amella Folland Vice President. O masse -n ... Y VI 3 :o O .. 55 Pi. rg Cb. 71 as C O :: P -u F1 0 in -. Q- 0 5 rr '11 O T 0 'U 5' 1-1 0 In VI 9' S , l if ' .-E . X ' .Q fade, A. ' - ' :":5iEw" A 1' .. A ' f -sl , . a. . 2,7551 . is Y ' ,, . Q. D: ll' ' li , l in-all T y MM! First Row: Louise Lemay, Karen Rosato, Ioannc Martin, Margaret McKenna, Mary Hoyt, Sharen Seiaraffa, Ieanne Wiken, Linda Mildram, Patti Hotham. Second Row Marilyn Hughes Marv Hodson amu. Lccke Thomas Plante v - : j , ., ,I y, ,Da id Rou thier, Linwood Sirois, Lester Van Lieu, Dwain Phelps, Mary Ann Gionet, Nancy Leclair, Beverly Gallant. Third Row: Kenneth Kenny, Phillip Howard, Richard Thibodcau, William Martin David gfilliams, Cole YVing, Raymond Holman, Albert Soucy, Clayton Esty, Robert JSCQILCS, Lee lroux. Second Row: Mrs. Strout, Sponsor, Carol Fuller Secretary, Mrs. Brown, Sponsor, absent, Dawn Allen, Treasurer. A i First Row: Doreen Richards, Claire McPherson, lane Gallant, lean Perry, Elaine Gagnon, Florence Howard, Patricia Thorton, Martha Oldham, Charlene Misiorek, Arlene Mclnnis, Elenor Kimball. Second Row: jackie Rogers, Edna Piper, Timothy Fitzgerald, Marcel Polero, Patrick Roy, Robert Knox, Rick Gerrish, David Martin, Albert Gerrett, Dianne Thurston, Faylene Simmons. Third Row: Lawrence Roberts, Ernest VVest, Iames Richmond, Wayne Thurston, Iames Hutchins, Thomas Parsons, Robert Welch, Richard Halacy, Timothy Inglis, Maurice Roy, Ray- mond Gallant. Q x l Inu . -it .,, lui ,iv 1 val!! '3 I3 Fifi PF N l as-3 ,Q , ,. R in X il! '5 lil: Front Row LOUISE Stewart NIOUIQUC Turgeon Bettv ThCIl3Ult Antolnette Nletnler Glorla Prlest Vlrglnla R0blCh3LlCl Caroline Heald Fern Slmard Doroths xXllll3l'l1SOI1 Claire Lang lals Mwrna Montuth Kirnn Moore Sccoml Ron R'1chLlTh1bode1u Xllcc Row Mane Ixlilllll' PQITICI3 MacFaun Glorla Thomp gm lane GOOdXllH Glorla Patrlck Constance S3551 Barbara Walker Ianet Kersey Ruth asnes Thzrd R011 VV1ll1am Mclanson Peter Swmllou Phlllp Ranger Mllton Flnethw Frank Grenler Petnr Burgham Samucl london Pobcrt XVatson Maumee Roy john VV1kcn Douglas McLeod Terrv Perrw I-ourth Ron Thcodora Fraser lVllCh1LlOl9CH Dale Watcrhousc Harold Stuxard Charlcs Harlow Mmhacl SCl'lI'1flll DOHIIHIC qpadc-1 Iamcs M1cArthur Roger Laperle john True Raymond Hodsdon lxlmblll lX1'll'lll'l I mrnncc Flrrcll Fzrst Ron Iudv Melxclllek Flnnc Broomhall Ilckle Breton Marv Ann Royal GCOIQIBHDC Arsnnault Fllun Donahue ludw Gflfllll Xnn Boudrmu l1netB1kcr Elena Ixon Shlrlcy Garnclu Qwllx llfalwcw Inn Bulgnr 9'mdra Strout Ioanm Vatllaro Qccoml Ron Dnld Dorlon Icflrcy Chwmbcrlam Guild Downs Iam. Qmlth r"llth Schaf frlth llama Fnnmn Bucrlx Blum Namcv Ferguson Corrlne Krsemult Llllmn Iegerc Daud Bishop Dwud Klmhlll Rolxrt Dllm0lllln Thzrd Ron lllLl'I'lftl Blnsdcll Rolurt Colbw lohn Flllott Rlchard DllPUlS Robert Bourassa Armand Arscnault lwmns Brown Rolnrt Bl'1ckmorL Robcrt Clnct Charlzs Dcmcrltt Rob art Arsnnxult Iohn Bosworth CIM ton Brx 'mt Fourth Ron Irxmg Bcssu Ted Duns Dmul Brvant Franels Bed1rd Rlchard Burns Mark Aver Iimcs Cote Iamcs COHII llmcs Elliott Henrv Bouehcr Ixcnneth Cole r' on 'ln 'S n , n Ll-all ' First Row Josephine Umbro Dianne Kidder Joan Small Oflicers and Sponsors Louise S1mbol1 Jeannine Thibodeau Lucy Salatino Mar garet MacDonald Louise Touchette Second Row Roger MacDonald Connie Stimulk Theodore Second Row Tlmmv Brown 111110 Irish Noreen Hickey Therlault Robert Kelley John Kimball Exe Zale Karen Legere Michail Kezal Third Row Ronald Russell Klaus Schmitt Donald Wil hams Thomas Kelley Fzrst Row Allen Kent Third Row Andrew Grannell Nancv Knight Mr Bren nick 'ini First Row: Bernice Stanzilis Patricia Finnan Mary Ellen Goodwin Linda Horn Sandra Tasker Charlene Porter Linda Tate Priscilla Easter Judy Glover Sheila Douguay. Second Rou: Annette Roy Dorothy Howe Jean Giroux Donna Dow Carol Gilks Tania Gerrish, Carol Hallee, Betty Farnum, Marie Smith, Jeanne Dumoulin, Beverly Duguay, Jean Downs, Sylvia Gagnon. Third Row: Robert Marcoux, Robert Francoeur, Frederick Ripley, William Robichaud, Niles Perkins, Ray Goodwin, Donald Faucher, Mark Palmer, Thomas Gordon, Victor Richards, Roland Gausette, David Doloff, Stanley Goddard. Fourth Row: Lloyd Holman, Frank Henry, Joey Duhamel, Thomas Eldridge, James Hanson, Jimmy Longley, Eddie Gallant, Billy Holman, Robert Doherty, David Harlow, Urban Goodwin, Maurice Frazer. 40 E FROG left to Rzght Ist R014 Angch VK oods Mwrx Rmd Fl1LLI'l Lfmdrx Cwrolc I imson Ixath ryn Sanchas Rcglnc Icblam Rosa Thnrlault Idnx Tudar Iullnt XN71'lltL Xndru Nlooncw m R011 7 s119 lI'Nl9 Mlrlc rrx 0 S xrc Y ng, Brnml lxuu mn Iuttx MacDonald Iorralnc Iousat Iudx Iarson Pltrum Lwmbnrt 3rd Ron Duck Thcrmult Danlnl Tnnoucth Clcmcnt XX cstnr Hamas Qtumrt Samucl Qhlclds Clwuda LLP1mtL RlC11ll'C1XKLSlLI'I'l INormm Wnst Iarrs Truc B111 Swan 4-H '3 ffl Z4 3.-I' ma it 5-J. Our tmchcrs have their weekly xncvtings in thc Home Economics Poom. 41 N I Q W' . ifffffl ram ff ill,'lH5iP' 11,11 v E 'hgllgl Ist Row: Larry Viger, Ioyce Sanborn, Claudia Mclanson, Priscilla Letourneau, Linda Phil lips, Ruth Johnson, Philip Thibodeau. Rogers, John Robinson. 3rd Row: Rene Louvat, Tim Secox, Robert Richard, David Surett, Philip Soucy. 'WG ,U A lj, A l X Ist Row: Ioyce Breton, Thelma Buck, Ann Arsenault, lanicc Auby, Suzanne Day, Judy Chaisson, Marie Smith, lean Daigle, Carole Auzier, Pamela Aliberti, Louise Carrier, Ann Desroches, Iacky Bernard, Rose Belskis. 2nd Row: Iosephine Carey, Martha Cox, Peter Burgun, I.ee Clouinarcl, Philip Anastasio, Rosaire Dalbec, Carlton Barry, Iohn Byron, Richard Cormier, Normand Blais, Donald Brad- ley, Harry Bean, Dianne Boivin, Shirley Angevine. 3rd Row: Gerald Boudreau, Frank Anastasio, Robert Delisle, Ambrose Clemens, Ted Bou- chie, Donald Barker, Jim Carey, William Carignan, Dennis Cloutier, Scott Billings, Randy Boulangcr, Vincent Caruso, Iames Daigle, Robert Barry. 2nd Row: Brent Renaldo, Marcia St. Cyr, Renita Theriault, Claire Marx, June Royal, Mary K 1 N ':i'j,. I K K it '. at 5.5-QW' V QQ-f., 'N f x ws" 5 :Q 'fjff-2 SY?- - if 1 1 V V4 -A-I-gr f- '- , Iv X--1 Y- 755 511' iff' -'Q Rifx. ",.- xg --ff ' .'M?x,..,Jsi,,,5 - MW, 2 H- .4 .15 43- W : xy, V fig " 4 V A XP.. ,:- 7' " 5-f .'g, "' ' ' ' ff-q,'sp,.1g..+. 1 ' , , X "1f'?fL ,. 'J 'Q :VXA M u nf ' 4 v. l -14 J, '-.nl Ns lungs. 'S 4 Y 0' ii "lf rgfia' Grin and bear - sp., ,514 Fl: an It ,I Z' Q 1 o fbi .g-ug. wx 5 :Xu -s x 4.1-Y 1 0 ' ' J svn' .1 n .1s- U" I Third period scramble. is-was , ,KN4-971 ,M fMe"'f""-f?"" fy www 4-"f"3 .ff f x ' If j. V Maine's own - Senator Smith. Daddy's little helper. Oakridge atom expert visits S.H.S. 64, 'L N4 5xa"l GAEPQY f QQE In-a-xx 4 T f i e 5 45 Sf Jen: rt, ,- Left to Right Mlke Day Presldent Dorothy Young V1CCPI'CSldLI'lt lean Farrell Secretary Treasurer Ianc Adams ASSISIHHI Secretary Treas urer Mr Prcsrdcnt, I move that 46 KOUHCL 1 'Nh fn-4 if' llllllfiifiu l IH Mr Slmmons Advlsor i lg-moi 1 Nancy Knlght Iohn Sotman Ehzabeth Geiger Wllmot Schwlnd Ioan Hopkms " Sfu enf r 0ullCl 5' Fach class elects representatlves to serve on the Student Councll The membershlp IS comprlsed of five se nrors four junlors three sophomores and two freshmen Members are un der the sponsorshlp of Hr Sxmmonds the councll checks and approves the actxutles of the school and as one among mam projects publlshes the annual handbook ThlS xear the councll establlshed standmg commlttees each haung one or two major asslgnments whlch re sulted 1n more efhclent meetmgs In November the entlre Councll at tended the Student Councll Conven UOI1 ln Brunswrck where Presldent Dax was a cand1date for State PICSI dency Student Councll officers lnclude Presldent Nhke Das V1cePres1dent Dorothx Young Secretarx Treasurer Jean Farrell Ass1stant Secretarw Treas urer jane Adams Left to Rzght Andrew Grannell, Ann Welch, TlmOthV Fost er, Mary Koon 1 ,,, X, -Q we ' Seanad: William Ferguson, Iudy Beliveau, Donald Desroches, Marilyn Kowalzyk, Jackie Lam ert. Standing: Ann Ross, Phil Royal, Mary Koon, Nancy Carpano, Dorothy Young- Senior members. I WClil0l'lCl!..N0l'l0l' Left to Right: Iane Adams, Ioseph Hickey, Dave Hanscom - Iunior members. 0 c i e :PU Fzrst Row Dasid Hanscom Robert Taylor WllH10tSChKWlHd S san Hlllman Second Row jane Adams Iudv Bcllneau Ioan HOPklDS Rosalle Gallant Thlrd Row Mrs Warner Dxrector C lnglllefl ull The comblned fund account takes care of the General Com bmed Funds Records of all spendmgs and savmgs of school organlzatlons are kept bv th1s group A junlor Bookkeeplng student wolunteers h1s SCFVICCS 1n keeplng the records of the combmed funds Quarterly bulletms are 1ssued bx Mr Ray mond Baum sponsor of the com blned funds commlttee statlng the Hnanclal PICIUIC of the school 1562111 y ommcffee The Assembly Commxttee provlde for and plan the mterestlng and stlmulatmg weeklv assembhes The commlttee com posed of seven members from the varlous classes and act1v1t1es IS under the dlrec t1on of Mrs Edward Warner 9 A Seated Audrev Auger, Donald Young 3 5, Standuzg Supcrusor, Mr Ravmond Baum, Charles Porter, Helen Bartlett - A ? - ..'4 J K r Q I B Y W A . . Q 3 3 . . . . . as 1 A , r . ' ' . ' - Q , , 1 i ,. F 5, r ' ,Z ,, M- V ' . . ,- 4, ' an ., ,, Q .A pps . A' A 1 la l r . . 7 V 1 1 . V. v U' : , ., . V 7 . y . ' : . , ' . o 0 ,W l! C xr -f A xxr, , ' ' 4 If A 1 up-.5 V . . . ' x 'ig' f p . f . A N Q. r ' ' A ' , x I I ' A n , U . . ,517 4 A . ' . 1 . - T, Y el 1 'K' X V I V X , A . ,Milli 'vii Mrs. Brcnnick and Miss Iordan, sponsors, Joyce Cohen, junior Editor: Carol Canwell, Senior Editor. This year the Broadcast has been completely changed. The Broadcast is now printed by the Bumford Falls T imes, and looks much more professional. In previous years, the Broadcast has been mimeographed. The new sponsors, Mrs. Brennick and Miss jordan, have contributed many new ideas that have changed the policy of the paper. is H i f' ' ll W X. F I 1, .4 5 it ff R , N 5 if qw 3 1' S 'Q I Seated: Faye Libby, Business Editorg Aliee Byron, Head Contributorg Phil Royal, Sports Edi- tor: Erlene VViken and Nanev Prue, Exchange Editors. Standing: Lorraine Pelletierf Assistant Business Editorg Theodore Theriault, john MacDon- ald, Boland Gazette, Nancy Goodwin, Artistsg Frank Grenier, joke Editor. 4 x -572-. First Row: Carole Canwell, Emma Blanchard, Beverlv Patrick, Bessie Stearns, Mrs. Brennick, Iaekie Lambert, Audrey Auger, Faye Libby, Sheila Mehigan. Second Row: Alice Byron, lean Gill, Shirley Finnan, Dorothy Tyler, Nancy Prue, jackie Thibodeau, Ianice Goodwin, Dianne Arsenault. Third Row: Erlene Wiken, Beatrice Drapeau, Rosalie Gallant, Sally Tripp, Marie Burgess, june Vaughan, Mary Halaey, Ieannette Bissonnette, Ieanne Donahue, Donald Young, :lohn Vienneau, Francis Shorey, Robert Dumas, Alice Fraser, Nichole Dupuis. T i 9' First Row: Ioycc Breton, Andrea Mooney, jean Perry, Rose Theriault, Joanne Vatalero, Jane Gallant, Linda Tate, Lucy Salatino, Iulie Irish. Second Row: Silvia Gagnon, Myrna Monteith, Bettina Demers, Ioan Hopkins, Janet Baker, Sandra Tasker, janet Kersey, Donna Dow, Suzanne Day, Virginia Robichaud, Ann Arsenault, Dianne Kidder. Third Row: john Robinson, Alice Roy, Pamela Aliberti, Shirley Angevine, Sharon Sciaraffa, Barbara Dragoon, Karen Rosato, Ianice Leckey, Maurice Bernard, Claire Gagnon, Susan Day, Beverly Duguay, Dorothy Howe, Iohn MacDonald. Fourth Row: Ann Boudrcau, Bettv MacDonald, Claire Boivin, Carole Thurston, Frank Gren- ier, james Denholm, Peter Burgham, Amelia Folland, Elizabeth Geiger, Gloria Patrick, Marl- lyn Hughes. ug.. Left to Right: Susan Hillman, lean Young, Senior Editors. Farrell, Dorothy i O I' 5 , Left to Right: Kathleen Gallant, jane Adams, Junior Editors: and Mr. Foley, Sponsor. jridufe 31 1 I Malmo- WA Left to Right: The Activities Committee, Margaret Parent, Koon, Carole Putnam, Helen Bartlett, Nancy Rogers. '1- .qw X. x N is Carole ,V LR Ex, . . Thurston, Mary Left to Right: Statistics Committee Jeanne Donahue, Bettina Demers. 3 1 Qffi? . tag, 'is - L- First Raw: ThePAdvertising Committee, Nancy Carpano, Bernice Perkins, Mary Ellen Taylor, Marie urgess, aula Orino. -,I . S, -tu C 'tt Second Row Linda McCray Kaye Learned Patricia Ripley Mr Holman Ann VVelch om Left to RIM! Um KS omml Cc . :. , ' ' ' ' f' ' ' ' ' I ' 0'ce Watson Elaine Pcnsciro Hopkins, Louise Dumoulln. I 5 ' -I QW r i PL? Ll Ist Row: Typing Committee, Carole Canwcll, Alice Byron. 2nd Row: Dorothy Tyler, Ianet Bissonnette. 3rd Row: Mary Halacy, Audrey Auger, jean Gill. , S 3 . 'Q ,J , 4 x lf' Left to Right: Business Committee, Iacqucline Thibodcau, Susan Day, Rita Caruso. ' f l ' ,v L 1 E Business Commlttcc Nancy Prue Erlenc Wikcn Dianne Arsenault 2 ,, . .RA - r- : 'In .iv ' I , ' - - 4 ' if- . . I iv -:laik .7jj.?,1fz. I K . -N H Q ' f ,1 ,,,, Left to Right: The Sports Committeeg Philomc-nc Royal, Marilyn Kowalzyk Bernice Perkins, Judith Belivcau. V f hy 's :rg xv st Ron Sumr XXIIINUI SLINXIIIC Nlxrx Xnn I ow ll llI'I'l0lhX lostnr Dcnnls Irish Palth Qghraffrath Robnrt Dumis cCm1dRon Nl rx sn Scuuu Ilbhx In mm naluu lhttlnw Dnmcrs Xlurxa Burgess lxathx Gallmt IXIITI 'Nhrtm Thmi Ron Donuld XXIHIIIHS Fdmn Constmtlnc Rua CIFLICO Nfmcx Carpfmo Susan HIIIUIIU Flalnc' Pmnsuro 'Xllrllxn lxou Qllxlx Fourth Ron Yarn BL umhum Illllbmth Cnlgar Cirul Putnim Idrincls Shoru Iudx BCH1 xcau Imn I'1rrclI Phll Hmal jom Ilupluns 'Xlurx Ixoon oofh Af C76 Dorothy Young, President: Ann XVvlch, Vicc'Prc-sidn-ntg Miss Lowa-ll, Sponsorg Lcroy Lambert, Trcasurm-rg Bcvcrly Patrick, SL-crctnry. Ist Row Clalre Bo1v1n Allan Page 2nd Row Marlbeth Plante Kathleen Gallant Mrs Warner Nancy Goodwln 3rd Row Larrv Enman Dcnnls Gallant Margaret Parent llJ'll0l' I'LZe ,ded ang 4?'gf Ruth Iohnson Nancy Kmght Irls YV1ng Lee Cloumard Carol Hallee SylV18 Gagnon ,V, . I-T u-lp Y, l 1-'Zvi' Seated Shella Mehlgan Shlrlev Flnnan Dlanne Arsenault Sally Trlpp Beatrice Drapeau Iacquehne Lambert Qtandmg Mr Rawmond Baum Donald Xoung Robert Dumas john Vlcnncau A1155 Dorothea Allen Francls Shorcx Bcssu Qtcarns NTHTIL Burgess 'Nlarv Hll3CX Jean Donahue 0l'l'Ll'I'l2l'Cla! A The officers of the club are llosahe Gallant Presldent Bex erlx Patrlck Vlce Presldent I8Ckl6 Lambert Treasurer and jean G1ll Sccretarx The Commerclal Club IS under the sponsorship of the folloumg facultx mem bers M155 Dorothea Allen Mr Raxmond Baum Mrs Florette Brennlck and M1ss Rlta Gallant 431' 4-nv' Aggf XM Seated Fave Llbbw Erlene Wlckcn Ctandzng Carole Cannell Inn Glll AllCL Fraser ImctB1ssonmttL Iacqucllnc Thlbodcau Alxce Bsron Audrew Auger Lmma Blanchard Rosahc Gallant Bcurlw Pam k I I I . is 1 . ,: ' ' fr Y -V T V1 K ' it Y E G . 1 X , if . , , r- , ,V I I I gr' ,' r an-nA .....-..-.--- ,Q , -....,. Q uni-.6 . I r a ,cf -gy: , K N ' -.-?' 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Cl2l'lCe Elm, Left to Right Sclence Club officers Allen Sanborn Edwm Con stantlne Mr Holman Dale VVaterhouse Donald Perkms Elalnc Pe-nselro Anv student who IS lnterested ln sclence max JOIII the Sclence Club The sponsor of the Pame Sclencc Club IS Mr lxman Holman meetmgs are held tmce monthlx Fach member prepares 1 project for the Revlonal Scxencc Ffnr and the club sponsors lts own SCICDCC Falr The ofhcers of the club are Don ald Perklns Presldent Allen Sanborn V1cePres1dent and Elame Penselro Secretfm Treasurer r af 7 X - V X . v u I . , . X' Iv X , R , I T ' lx A , V ,V 'N awk ' 4 .gl W Y Je - s - A' X ,W ,,.,,.f " ' A I I, L : .1 , Q. . 7 ' , . . ' . : l x x 'l y , 8 . : Y ! ! ' I 5? , F. ' 1: au. ' M 3,1 'ig ' ' , Q lf -Q Q . ' V . . . ,Q ' A Ls -sf ' L I 1 ' ' ' ,fp I X 4 ' jf V ' X if , C D K X xl r 1 , , , ' I ,A ' V V , 'K A Z - ' 'J ' . . I , J' x v 9 i ' .. - 3 , A U c ll' . xl I . 7 ' Y Y I 7 I ffa if en ior "The People vs Maxine Lowe" By l.ucller F. NlcXlahon Maxine Lowe, Cloan HopkinsD on trial for her life and accused of murdering her husband, causes a magnificent play to evolve. A procession of witnesses, giving a wide range of characterizations testifying for and against the defendant, follow. An attractive lawyer Chlarilyn KOYX'3lll'kD for the District Attorney Clseroy Lambertl is discovered to be Maxine's daughter and, for her protection Maxine refuses to testify in self-defense. In a burst of excitement, the actual murderer is revealed CBob DumasD, and "all's well that ends well." The play was held Thursday, Decem- ber 12. Doesn t Jimmy look dignified' 1031116 that WHS PCTf9Cf' Iackv be careful' Ummmmm thats mce' "Do you solemnly swear . Q -v I X x I I R "Bobby's in ,Q t " ' V 'si ' V e. ' " .. Q' rx - 'win jpg ' A V My - ,,,,.N' .V s' i-4 ,A wwf' . r, -.,,, 't if 'fu X ith,-f-, , ,,st-.kg H, .fr te., 'X u Y. Q.. E is -X, .N .. 1 . M,r9,.,X,U 7 ly? in? 55,0 Standing Lerov Lambert 6lfl0l'La 0l"eI'll5 LC Ist Row Doroths Young B111 Schvund jr Mrs Edward VVarner 2nd Row Joseph Lessa Rrta Caruso ea U2 1-.-L. The Natlonal Forenslc League IS an honorarx speakmg socletx mth a natlon wlde organlzatlon There are few Marne schools ruth League charters and Steph ens IS among the few Hrgh school stu dents vuth twentx Hse speaklnv pomts mav YCCCIVC the Degree of Merlt O Young held House seats at the New Eng land Forensrc Congress held ln Portland Other Congresses sw ere also attended De gree of lXlCI'lt members are Ruth johnson Ss lV13 Gagnon Pam Ahbertl Ioseph Les sa and Ioan HOpk1DS B1ll Schulnd and Rlta Caruso hold the Degree of Honor Whlle Dorothx Young has attalned the Degree of Fxcellence Coaches Mrs VVarner and Mrs Keallher hare both ac cumulated all degrees through thelr sponsorshlps H------ugh, ,wwf--rabbi, lf al Gucst Spmktr Mum Reprc Guest Speaker Umted States smtmu Lum! Lomur Senator Margaret Chase Smlth D, N , -3 S. ' , a- ' K Q S- S 1 v xx N . :: 'V , 'l Y. , ll t Y Q l O Y' Q , - X O A X V.. Y ty' 7 U O. ' A lf 1 . Il ll in Q December 2, Bill Schwind and Dot s l 2 P W. I . I 1 K W ,v I ' v ' 'Y , ' AW M . 'Y . xg , 1 . Q X Q D ' G . l Left to Right Leroy Lambert B1ll SChWll'ld Dot Young Ioe Lessa. Eegafe 3061711 The Debate Team fought 1ts wav through one of ltS most successful years durmg the most actne of all debatmg sears Four members Rrta Caruso oe Les sa Brll Schwlnd and Dot Young traveled to the Bates Drscussron the latter cap turlng second place 1n the finals Blll Schwmd also entered final competltlon B1ll Schwmd Dot Young Leroy Lambert and oan Hopkms were all successful at the Bowdoln Forum Perhaps the most memorable event u as the bnlverslty of Marne Tournament The S H S team captured fifth place of erghtx five place ments ln both the Senlor and Novlce Dlvlslons all clebaters entered the four rounds Other events Include Bates Trrangle contests practlce debates and the South Portland Cl1n1c As ue go to press the results of these are not avallable The natronal toprc Resolved That U S Forergn Ard Should Be Substantrallx Increased ' 1, l 5 E 1 Left to Right: Pam Aliberti, Ruth Johnson, Sylvia Gagnon, iDl'1'0d1lC6d bY Rita CHYUSO- ' --in--...,.,,,,, 1? 2nd Row Jean Gill Mary Halacy Carmen Couture, Sylvia Gagnon. 3rd Row Carol Fuller Faith Schaffrath Nancy Rogers, Ioan Arnold, Susan Hoffman, jean 4th Row Shirley Angevine Dale Farrar Carol Lamson, Brenda Kauback, Larry Lambert, Sth Rou VValter Barrington Michael Chouinard, lane Goodwin, Susan Day, Robert Taylor, an The Stephens High School Band has been most ac- tive during the school year. Excellent drills were given on the football gridiron, many members were sent to the YVestern Maine Music Festival, and the band was represented at the All-State events. Stephens partici- pated in the annual XVestbrook-Stephens exchange con- cert held in Westbrook and finished a full season with an excellent record. 62 QEMAQAS: ,-4 il? ln!! 11 up , ar- ,. Ist Rmv: Ruth johnson, Nancy Knight. 2nd Row: Marcia St. Cyr, Milton Finethv, Patricia MacFawn, Iames Denholm. 3rd Row: Eleanor Kimball, Stanley Goddard, Mary Hoyt, David Kimball, Lorraine Louvat, Marie Burgess, Barbara Dragoon, Roncllo Vaughn. 4th Row: Richard VVelch, Iohn Robinson, Paul Schaffrath, Larry Roberts, Douglas Foster, Kim Martin, Dennis Irish, john Hoyt, Dorothy Young. Sth Row: Beatrice Drapeau, Sandra Lufkin, Beverly Baum, Rosalie Gallant, Carmen Carig- nan, Margaret Ronan. K-. hr 5 E-.Qs Mn, A , m ,. , ,, 1 7 X ,. v fu- ' , ,, 1 ' ........ .,. . . , , . ' A , . 1'-45 V J- ' , L ' 1, W A 3 .iw-f - J., W . - 'f' 4,5-' t i I 1 or ' ta Mae! 'S' ff, ,fu .- ' 'E r , , , - ' V "' 5, Left to Right: Iane Adams, Margaret Ronan, Carmen Carignan, Rosalie Gallant, Beverly Baum, Sandra Lufkin, Beatrice Drapeau. Ii-jab-, "L-W" T MMA" X 685 D tiff? f qi Tp s3'nrn'O , . 'U Ist Row: Anita Drapeau, Bernice Stanzilis, Charlene Porter, Patricia Finnan, Mary Rand, Iulie Irish, Margaret Dubois, Lisette Dupuis, Sylvia Gagnon, Claire Langlais, Beverly Gallant, Ruth Haynes, Tania Gerrish. 2nd Row: Ann Arsenault, Mary Ellen Goodwin, Elaine Donahue, Sherry Palmer, Marie Per- ry, Dorothy Howe, Linda Tate, Lorraine Louvat, Eileen Landry, Linda Phillips, Iacquelyn Rogers, Iane Gallant, Shirley Garneau, lean Bulger. 3rd Row: Annette Roy, Linda Horne, Pam Aliberti, lean Dumoulin, Benita Theriault, Iris IliVing,kSandra Tasker, Ann Desroches, Carol Hallee, Dianne Boivin, Flizabeth Geiger, Gloria atric . 4th Row: Nancy Leclaire, Ianice Leckey, lune Royal, Brenda Kaulback, Iaeklyn Bernard, Beverly Baum, Mary Ann Gionet, Claire Marx, Ioanne Martin, Ieannine Thibodeau, janet Kersey, Mary Ann Royal. 1 The largest organization in Stephens High School is the Glee Club, which is under the supervision of Mrs. Marion Murphy. The one hundred-ten members are headed by joan Hopkins, President and Jacky Lambert, Secretary-Treasurer. The Glee Club has enjoyed a busy year. In the fall, the girls sang at the com- bined Band and Glee Club Concert held at Stephens. The underclass members of the Glee Club were given an opportunity to attend the VVestern Maine Concert at VVestbrook. Later, the senior girls par- ticipated in the All-State Festival. They climaxed their Concert season by attend- ing the annual Music Festival. -i flf'pr0f"l l-Jw 1-wx' 7 Ng, 9 fa l 1 f' ' ' 'Q bv is har" 6 " l r br Ist Row: Sheila Mehigan, Faye Libby, Emma Blanchard, Helen Bartlett, Constance Polero, Marg Ellen Taylor, Bernice Perkins, Beverly Patrick, Jacky Lambert, Barbara Scott, Janice Goo win. 2nd Row: Carol Farrell, Margaret Tasker, Carole Arsenault, Louise Dumoulin, Margaret Ronan, Carol Putnam, Carol Simboli, Susan Day, Linda McCray, Elaine Hanson, Ann Ross. 3rd Row: Shirley Finnan, Mary Koon, Brenda Porter, Erlcne Wiken, Nancy Prue, Nicole Dupuis, Rosalie Gallant, Beatrice Drapeau, Kathy Gallant, Carlene Griffin. 4th Row: Mary Ann Arsenault, Maribeth Plante, Jeannine Cloutier, Brenda Thurston, Alice Turbide, Claire Boivin, Kaye Learned, Carole Thurston, Philomene Royal, Joyce Cohen, Car- men Couture, Jeanne Donahue. 0000 098 P .J it Qs..-. . Q . C5 - fl: .1 CSenior and junior Glee Club girls with the following Mixed Chorus boys, by rowsD - Ist Row: Arthur Boivin, Jon Kowalzyk, Robert Martin, Daniel Bryant, William Carignan. 2nd Row: Richard Burns, Thomas Ferguson, Robert Taylor, Lloyd Holman, Robert Gauthier. 3rd Row: Allen Kent, William Ferguson, Robert Blackmore. Q1 al' l ol 193 ,,,..-L. Left to Right Senator Donald Desroches Senator Mary Koon Davld Lovejoy Govemor Dorothy Young Wllham Ferguson :rc 0 tra an ages Sfafe N3tl0H3llX organlzed Glrls State sponsored bx the Amerlcan Leglon Auxll 1arv was held Iunne 14 20 at Colbv College Boss State sponsored bs the Amerlcfm Leglon was held june 16 22 at the Unnersltv of Marne Both pro grams emphas17e governmental educa tlon and part1c1pat1on at all levels Steph ens delegates were most successful 1n both programs Dorothy Young was elect ed Governor of Glrls State and was one of two who represented Name at Glrls Natlon 1n ll ashlngton D C 'Klart Koon 'und Don Desroches occupied Senate posts The Hnest progmm oflered to hxgh school students durlnv thelr junlor rear Dlrlgo Glrls and Boss State offer out standmg and educanonal opportunltles to 'ull delegates 001 ray, on QFQHCQ Older Boss Conference was held at Bangor Hwh School IH November A SCYIES of lecture programs were present Left to Right joseph Hlckey Danxel McKenna Ted Fraser ed durmg therr three dat SCSSIOII AN!! Y 'sn .I si"-952 6' I v,! Lefi to Rzght Ist Row Karen Barry Carmen Couture Marie Arsenault Margaret Mlllsh ous y 2nd Row Left to R1 ht Susan Dav Robert Taylor Marie Burgess Patricia Goodwin lfU'll0l' C l2U0l'l'l2l'lt unior Achiex ement IS a verv woung organization It began onlv two wears ago It IS a good practice for our juniors and Seniors because thev learn how to run a companv This organization makes its own products sells stocks sells fin ished products and then shares in the profits with their stockholders Last sear ther made bath mats and got 2096 dividends This tear their fifteen members are making place mats for tables Thes work for two hours even week at the Institute Thes keep their material and machlnerx on the third floor where it cannot he tampered mth lVorkxng two hours ewers week brmgs them between fifteen and tu enty cents an hour. The officers are as follows: Fern Beauchene President Robert Taylor Vice President Marie Arstnault Trwsurtr Phyllis Amstasio Secretary Margaret Milishousky Production Manager Susan Day Sales Manager. Their advisors are as follows: Mr. Hart Chief Advisor, Mr. Todd Production Advisor Mr. Roy, Sales Advisor. This year Margaret Milishouskv represented the junior Achievement pro- gram in Rumford. She was sent to Boston, Mass. to attend the Iunior Achieve- ment Conference. She met representatives from all over the New England States 67 s.,,J Seated, Left: Jacqueline Bernard, lean Dumoulin, Beverly Gallant, ludith Chaisson, Lucy Salatino, Iosephine Umbro. Seated, Right: Suzanne Day, Dorothy Cole, Constance Snssi, Georgianna Arsenault, Bernice Stanzilis, Marie Smith. Standing: Fern Beauchesne, loyce Sanborne, Rose Theriault, lane Gallant, Karen Rosato, Gloria Thompson, Anne Boudrcau, Gloria Patrick, Claire Boiyin, Mrs. Dayis, Mrs. Strout, Ann Ross, Mary Rose Soucy, ,ludy Mcliclliek, Carole Lamson, Karen Moore, Julie Irish, Ioyce Breton. F.H.A. Any girl who has completed one year of Home Economics is qualified for membership in the F.H.A. This year, the girls attended both the Gould Academy District Convention and State Convention in Augusta. A program of parliamentary procedure in- struction yyas one of a variety of projects. The officers of the club are: President. Mary' Rose Soucyg Vice-President, Fern Beausheneg Secretary, Susan Dayg Treasurer, Faylene Simmons. ,-,,.x Haig ns Y IW First Ron Imda Phillips Brenda Kaulbaclc Iacquellne Rogers Marilyn Hughes Second Ron Cl11rc langl us Dmnnr Bolyin Ellctn Landry Rtniti Ther: yult IIHICC lecky Faylcne Simmon ds Standuz Susyn Day Phyllis Xnystisio Constance Stalmuke Eileen Broomhall jean Bushie Ieannme Thibodcau Shirley Garneau i Left to Right: Mrs. Anderson, Pamela Aliberti, Louise Simboli, Faith Schraffrath, Sally Tripp The Library Club, which consists of seven members, convenes each VVed- nesday. Prospective librarians are required to complete a beginning course in library classification and cataloging. Five hours weekly are devoted to the ser- vice of the school by each member. The officers are: Ann Ross, President, Dianne Arsenault, Secretary, Mary Ann Royal, Treasurer. 'agsggi 'IA-1 Left to Right: Mary Ann Royal, Ann Ross, Diane Arsenault. riff: 41' Ken Sassi Da Yexe Sw mow ve Hanscom Mbnfer Carnival 1958 NWT.. Roach g the fin sh 11 ' 70 X BNN! I Q I bf jk I' all 0l'0l'lCltl0l'l -nf., 'sa fs T, . 17 V i E-f-W 'QM fa ev The queen and her court lead the grand march 9 E Special October guest - Senator Margaret Chase Marilyn and Donnie - Senior Prom, 1957. Smith. P' gf i 5-4-3-2-l-FIRE! v 9- 'ZF' YVhat's cooking, boys? 72 7 gl ...ff fmUQ"li'l5wUL J4f!.Lf.C ,4Cfw.f,e5 73 wad, X475 -Q. Ist Row Davld Hanscom Secretarx James Denholm Treasurer D3Vld BlSh0P joseph Hlck ev Vlce Presldent Donald Desroches Preslde-nt .xdf efu: .xdafioccafzon ounce The Athletlc Assoclatlon C0llI'lCll 19 eomposed of slx members the prlnclpal the facultv manager the athletlc elxreetor and students The Students are repre sented bw two seniors two JUIIIOFS one sophomore and one freshman The Counclls responslblhtx IS to establxsh the athletlc pollcx eletermlne all athletlc awards of certlficates letters and R sweaters and reneler ans dCClSl0D relatlve to the hrgh schools athletlc program Funetlonlng under the Stephens H10h Qehool Athletic Constltutlon the vroup meets on the first Thursdax of exerx month Present offieers meluele Donalel Des roches Presldent joseph Hrckex Vxce Presrdent Dax 1d Hanscom Seeretarx Iames Denholm Treasurer Stephens versus Mcxlco the Rumford rootlng section 74 i W PJ? , 4 X ,, . f fe fl' A ' 51 W -' ' ' 's. , at 'fl ' X' f . 'zu , I - ' 1 X v 3 4, f l I,y fi C I' : " . I 1 Q ' X f. I ,' X l sl I X Xl K R ' 1 U' , fi - , s ' ' , ' - , 1 ' 9 , - 2nd Row: Advrsors Mr. Slmmons, Mr. Foster, Mr. DlCkSOn. A K o c o o I 0 X ' K I 1 - 1 , , e e .. , v r v ' Y . . r , . . ., ., . . Y , , U l V , a 4 y Q I fx K ' 7 Fw V Y 1 V 1 I ' I . 1 3 I , 1 1 . e . 1 l ,la - S K Y - 1 X ' , . amif oofg V H wrt 9.4 ,,,, . , ,, , I,-4 354.-'K' 1 "'Q ,I wfwq .vac +7236-QJT1,-,'S1Q""E':kEl.:w'1 Q +2 .M , , ,W vw. ,, 3 IL, S: F 113- 5 -Q F is 3 f. -: .. YQ, !!! 9 .- ...-- : '-'Q t - 4 if ,AL , 5-5, .55 1 7-trek, ,fi .ffQ1af+i:45s52Kt,eU,.,' 15 S E ix P .B xii'lW'yii 'un if I X I'- Ist Bow: Lew Hoffman, Don Desroches, Keenan Marr, Dave Lovejoy, Ray Gillis, John Sot- man, Vaughn Iacohs, Dick Bushie, Bill Bouflard. Zml Row: Mgr. Nlilye Olsen. Nornw Cormier, 'Nlilton lfinethy, Laurent Boulanger, Ted lfraser, jim Thihodeau, Terry Perry, Clayton Bryant, Richard Perkins, Steve Prinn, Phil Ranger, Al- hcrt Garrett. 3rd Bow: Daniel Bryant, Bill Melanson, Ken Kenny, loc Hickey, Mikc Day, Boh Arsenault, Paul Dorion, Pete Swallow, Bill lalleur, Dennis Farrell, Mgr. Bob VVatson. 4th Row: Boger Legere, jim MacArthur, Charles Harlow, Francis Bedard, Mark Ayer, Dom Spadca, Bill Martin, David XVilliams, Henry Boucher, XVarren MacEawn. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE - 1957 Stephens Opponents Sept. 13 CND South Portland 0 21 Sept. 2 1 Lewiston 0 19 Sept. 2 7 YVatcryille 6 12 Oct. 5 Thornton Acad. 19 40 Oct. 12 XVinslow l 3 7 Oct. 18 CND Bangor 18 21 Oct. 25 CND Edward Little 20 33 Nov. 2 St. Louis 0 18 Nov. ll Mexico 14 7 Chiefs' Conference: Line Coach Turmcllc, Head Coach Hcrsom, Backficld Coach Farrell. o',D"'e 1 3 'YT SRL... End, Don Desroches All-Maine, All-American, All man The line ,ws 13:11 SU"0 N311 Ray' Quarterback Prinn discusses Panther strategy with Coacn Hersom Linemen: Mike Day, Dave Lovejoy, Bob Arsenault, Ioe Hickey, Ted Fraser. Backs: Lew Hoffman, Steve Prinn, Francis Bedard, Cbehindj and Phil Ranger. y... annu- The Panther defense checks a Mexico drive. ? I' 0 J In 9 0 ll 0 . Kneeling: -Iacky Bernard, janet Baker, Ann Boudreau. Standing: Annette Roy, Mary Ellen Goodwin, Claire Gagnon. :QQ Q N QQT: Fo 'Sum F!- QQ 9.115 Ist Row Barry Blackmore Urban Goodwin Eric Zale Niles Perluns Larry True Ronald Thurston David Gallant Donald Faucher Larrv Viger 2nd Row Roger Pepin Ccoachj ErncstClout1er Thomas Kelly Klaus Schmitt Lloyd Holman Andrew Grannell Jim McDermott Iames Stewart Fred Rlplev Victor Richards Coach Preble 3rd Row: Richard Cormier, Tim Brown, Tom Ferguson, Iohn Mclnnis, Paul Lovejoy, Bill Holman, Frank Anastasio, William Carignan. Wa BS id ll MCE. Stephens 56 49 52 61 61 72 70 47 50 65 46 41 58 49 53 65 40 Joe Sassi Don Desroche VARSITY BASKETBALL 1 9 S 7- S 8 Berlin Morse So. Portland Lewiston Farmington Mexico Edward Little Deering Thornton Mexico Lewiston So. Portland Thornton Portland Farmington Edward Little Portland 9' s ,I ,fs 5 , ' ,mi ... if i, 5 lr X f --f 6 f . :J 1:25, ' i Lx' J U A X A I ! . g V N. fl A5 ,.,, ,4,,,,,. I Q' "1 - are 1 "rss, 'J A A A as t"'E"'!' 1 ' 4 pw . 5 , ... , I Bill Bourassa 57 82 63 54 37 48 58 56 43 43 61 69 64 50 51 47 67 78 Mike Day Dan McKenna H0 my V A A ', t. , v A rw--mfs-mn of X 4 4 X fp' J ,f ,A V-1 4 . f X. ,- IU 3 ' IE Ed .J QA , A Rm 5 ' Y Y V X 1 3113 elf ' i 1 l , ,l K 1 I f K f K ,i l l S. Seated, Left to Right: Dam Nlclivnnu, jim Dcnholm, ,loc Snssi, Kccnnn Marr, Dun Dusroclu-5, Bill Goodwin. Standinff Luft to Ilivht: Nlumlgcr Clill Rosmuml 'lcd lrascr, Slumlsgc RULllL'illl, Mike Day, Francis Alia-dard, Bill rl3Oll1'ilSSd, Steve Prinn, Conch ilolm Dickson. K ard if chi Sir ia: 9 Japan! EiEPHEy QEPHEN 13 45? 51 1 V7 'x JUNIOR VARSITY Stephens Opp. FRESHMEN 4 3 ' 3 3 36 27 48 52 58 34 39 ........ 37 ........ 48 ........ 21 ........ 41 ........ 42 ........ 41 ........ 45 Ist Row, Left to Right: Robert Marcoux, Bill Robichaud, Irwin Good- win, Bill Carignan. Fred Ripley, Victor Richards, Larry Viger 2nd Row, Left to Right: Coach Hersom, Andy Granell, Emest Cloutier, Edward Gallant, Iohn Mclnniswgames Longley, Richard eston, Thom- as Kelly, Iames Stewart, Manager Frank Henry. .......Berl1n .......Morse .......So. Portland .......Lewiston .......Farmington .......Mexico .......Edward Little ......,Stephens Freshmen .......Mexico .......Lewiston .......So. Portland .......Thornton .......Farmington .......Edward Little .......Portland 52 47 24 20 31 51 36 23 32 47 53 36 45 47 Stephens 48 ...... 38 ...... 34 .,.... 36 ...... 60 ...... 45 ...... 61 ...... 1st Row, Left to Right: David Dorion, Robert Blackmorc, Milton, Fine- thy, Robert Watson, Henry Bushie, Iames Thibodeau. 2nd Row, Left to Right: Coach Farrell, Linwood Sirois, Mike Sciaraffa, Albert Soucy, Robert Welch, Managers, Bill Martin, james Bosworth. Opp. Wilton 3 8 Walton CAuburnj 3 7 Mexico 2 6 I.V. 's 3 9 Wilton 4 3 Lewiston 2 7 Mexico 3 2 xv F -fx ar Q 1 Vgyfi in - Left to Rzght Paula Orrno Mrss Falth Krerder Sponsor Clalre Freeman Carmen Carrgnan Pat Rrpley Margaret Mrllshousky ThlS year a team composed of the varlous classes went out to compete wlth teams from nelghbormg schools Some of the games the team played were Nov 22 Andover 36 21 CXVD Dec 13 Mexlco 43 40 YVD a 20 ay 30 KGJLQMGK .glllfalllufa There are four glflS basketball teams representmg each class All teams showed lmprovement through the year ln a sp1r1ted struggle to wm the school tournament Although the under classmen proved stlff competltlon the Iunlors and Semors pulled ahead to play the final game whlch was of course won bv the Seniors Mlss Falth Krelder Sponsor Iovce Watson Carole Thurston Man lyn Kowalzyk Judy Bellveau .gnfe raclnofaafic . . . . V ' X mul I . J H ' - lx. j . ' - Q N 1 n. 1 40 - Q LD mil' S ff- lt: lst Row Ixm McArthur Wllllam Melanson Mlchacl Ulson Rlchard Perklns Allan Kent 2nd Row Mr Frew coach Phxlllp Ranger Norman Cormxer Davld Hanscom Peter Swal low Kenneth Sassl Nlles Perkms A Stephens Competitor SL jealn SCHEDULE January ll Berlm New Hampshlre january 18 Kents H111 january 24 25 Ed Llttle Carnnal February 1 Stephens Hlgh Carmwal lst Illmplng lst Downhill February 14 15 New England Meet 82 lst s I' State Champxon Pete Swallow E 'l L 0 . l ' 1 r - . ' " 4th 'V N . . 'Th ' 3 cl " , in Eff' Q A February 7-8 State Meet 3rcl A ' 1 ,V , U W f '? ,Q - f - - X 4 h '- A- ' 4,4 ' i'-Yr ' t R f af lsr 4 1- r . Ai lf J ov' 55, , , N JISITOPS TOTAL 450- VH 1 SN CE EN STEPHEN5 -X PHEN CEI H 1 1 ASYYPHIAS 4- ff Fzrst Row Rlchard Moore Robert Smlth Lau ner Roulcau Robert Arscnault Steve Prmn Fred Hebert B1ll Bourassa Second Ron Coach Turmclle Manaver Iohn Iohnston Manager Keenan Marr Charles Pr1nn Dan MeKcnna Joe Sassx Robert Rlplcv Ph1l Ranger Morse Bates I V Btrlm N H Lewlston St Doms Eduard Llttle Morse Lewlston Edward Llttle Mexxco St Doms NICXICO VARSITY BASEBALL 1957 SHS GIRLS SOFTBAIL 1957 STEPHENS OPPONENTS TEAM S H S OPPONENTS BTQXICO Llvermore Dlxfield jay CForfe1tD BTCXICO Ln ermore Wllton Iav CForfe1tD Dlxfield Wllton CCancelledD Kncelmg Manager Lllllan Barrv, Flame Ptnsltro, Lou BIOUIH, Carolt Camull, Dot Young Coach Mrs Rose Boudrtau Standzng Joanne Pclletler, Iudw Behveau, Margaret Mxllshouslu, Paula Orlno, Iosce Watson E ef-sw .1 A MCML Q' A U V V, U Ls uv ' 'A QT .11 "f5f,,f'::g ,M 'S' ' 'T " .' I 1 ,I , ' E -.12 A , S s 1 A 5 A - D C 5? Y Q TL 11 V V' 7 ' ' R A 1 wk S it A ' 1 XY . A " " -' ' , ' T' I, , 7 X . S 1 51+ A 1 4 0 " 10 8 ' . . 5 13 ' I9 10 ' ' , . . 6 5 ' 24 7 ' 2 13 ' ' 2 0 . 7 12 ' ll 3 ' ' 5 10 " 2 0 7 8 ' 15 3 ' 7 10 , ' 2 0 ' I 3 ' 20 9 .' 4 5 ' . 13 1 I 10 3 I .K 1 J - - 7' X x na. f Q 1 fig' Fzrst Row Pete Stanz111s Dave Poulln john Sotman Pat Vatalaro Bob Garrett Don Des rochcs Pete Swallow Second Row Lew Hoffman Ken Cole Dom1n1c Spadea Don Young B111 Lafleur Ilm Mc Arthur Ken S8551 Joe Hlckey Thzrd Row Ioe Lessa Scott Phllbrook Dave Lovejoy B111 Bouffard Bob Taylor Dave Han scom Henry Boucher Fourth Rou Ieddv Levasseur 11m Denholm Mgr Dlek Lalleur TRACK SCHEDULE '-5 Date Aprll 27 May Gould CAD Edward Llttle CHD May Ilarmmgton CHD 615 5212 462-4 Mav AVL Mau CBrunsw1ekD 15 Mav Oxford Countv Meet une State Meet CCo1bv CollegeD Hlgh Jumper Don Desroches ll ' in 1 Sprmters Lew Hoflman, B111 Bouffard, john Sotman, Bob Taylor Team Stephens Opponent 642 7015 6015 4th olaeeb 2nd placel on ' S Y ly , ' K 1 ' QA- 1 1 R, -Qu 6 11- , ' :4 .. -, 1 . f ll. 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Service Utility Bottled Gas SALES and SERVICE Telephone 58 W Rumforcl DEMERS ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Contractors 48 Oxford Ave. Rumford Compliments of Barbara Shop, Inc. 95 Congress Street MARTIN S GENERAL STORE Rumford Point, Marne r171unugr lf' A-N il""-'-----My JA' A vu pm' vlgi ar vi X 4 W iw 'W 4 Jnfjw 1 48 Wh' 04:2 W, in he aw an S6 014' 'V Q3 'M 9 'Q " A 5 'Q' fyntdq v 'fl 1 vp '0 4, s its Soluqw in J ' "' fsf' CARROLL CUT RATE Congress Street :: Rumforcl CLOUGH 8. PILLSBURY, INC. Dealer in Hardware, Paint, and Sporting Goods 109 Congress Street, Rumford BRADLEY'S SHOE STORE Buster Brown Shoes Congress Street :: Rumford Compliments of D A Y ' S Jewelers - Opticians 94 Congress Street Rumford - Maine SHOP CHAN DlER'S DEPARTMENT STORE for Men's and Boy's Clothing and Sportswear THE DELLE SHOP Teen-Age Center Congress Street, Rumford Compliments ot ENDICOTT-JOHNSON Congress St., Rumford, Me. HARGREA VES' DRUG STORES Main Street :: Mexico Congress Street, Rumford COME SEE! YOU'Ll. SAVE! at AXP Supermarkets America's Foremost Food Retailers Since 1859 TURNER MOTOR SALES Sales Service Mexico, Maine Telephone 615 Rumford Insurance and Travel Service J Harold MCQuade 143 Congress Street Telephone 227 M Travel Insurance Qagifiw Q ":':'? ' "" 'li Inn-4? "'-f'..2i I-' M1 QSM-frln .i 5 """-w1'l"-:Elf '33-if J 'ii-Q "'+--It iun ::3"i.., -1 'Q ,i WALTER BYRON Homelnte Cham Saws West Peru Maine VITO UMBRO Tailor Compliments of John Orrno, In 132 Congress Street RUMFORD MAINE Ti 5... fl' 89 Compliments of BI RITE MEAT MARKET Corner Canal 8. Exchange St R u m f o r d n . - Ol . . . u Q , X 'if' A A ' W WA. -4: M- p,, 14gg- -f 1- A , , - . ' I Y.. 4, '. g.. 13-.,..: I f ' , .- , ' , A wc-4.2 v I . an 1 ', RZ' A ' . 14 . is f ' - , U A Ulf! - . M , i Y 0- Q' Y , . .,.. M I , I tune- 1, 'ua' 4+ '-san ' - - A ' cg - 1- " .,..,?,,, 4 .....,,,,-zlwixv v-ft EM ...- "2 v :f --. 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'iff' U Q "5 I 'Y' " TT' -' ' " 4 V - : -'tv if K 'ff J ,A 7.17 -, A f l 1' .- ' "-,fha V -sv-f Y ,Q 4: -' -. 4 ia V -. , 2 W,-g:'.LA'd,.rS.-s., hx -i 4 . 'pw , f 1 ..- . e . 1.111195 SqUUI'e GGTGQB Compliments t0 the Les Marsankus Prop Your Studerbaker and Class of 1958 Packard Dealer' Hudon Furniture Co Corner Hartford and Rlver Streets 35 Canal Street Telephone 1050 R'-'mlofd Mums Low Omce of Theodore Gonya and Wulluam H Macomber Rumford Falls Insurance Agency 44 lowsl' 5' R""'f"'d MGH" Power Co Bldg 49 Congress Street Holman s Texaco Station Route No 2 Dlxflelcl Me Dual LOcust 2 7332 Headquarters for Snows Winter Treads FARRAR BROWN Automotive Supplies 246 Waldo Street Rumforcl Compllments of Elliott s Dmer Marne St DIXfI8ld Gaccetta 8. Son Shoe Repalrmg 41 Exchange St Rumford Marne J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. Headauarters for GOOD CLOTHES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY B P i Compliments of Congress Street :: Rumford Low gmc., of FRED E. HANSCOM m uildi HOTEL HARRIS Twr:ilurSlgosS?Ylvl3AlNEng Compliments to The Class of l958 Compliments of Rumford, Maine L A R R Y ' S MCINNES "DAN'S" INSURANCE AGENCY' mc. Italian Sandwiches 8. Pizza "We Make 'Em The Way You Want 'Em '32 c"'9"es5 Sffee' io A.M. fo 11:30 P.M. Oxford Avenue 9 1 compnmems of Manager and Clerks of SAMPSON'S MARKET RUMFORD, MAINE R. C. .IEWELERS W. M. Schwlnd GEORGETTE'S HAT SHOP Upstairs in the McKenzie Building House lors, CAMP Lots, wooo Lots H. W. HANSON Music Dealer and Jeweler vi' 4 i Jewelers to The Class of 1942 1947 1943 1948 1944 1949 1945 1951 1946 1952 Congress Street :: RUMFORD Compliments of LAMEY-WELLEHAN RUMFORD DRUG STORE The Rexall Store 98 Congress Street Rumford Compliments of Compliments of Dr. S. S. Greenleaf SMALL ANIMAL HOSPITAL I 1 Vernon St. - Bethel, Maine Telephone VAndyke 4-2100 CARLISLE'S MEN'S STORE 92 Congress Street Telephone 1623 Rumford, Maine Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY Congress Street :: Rumford A. W. ROBBINS 8. SON General Merchandise Gas and Oil Telephone 820 - Frye KERSEY'S JEWELRY STORE Walter R. Kersey "Opposite the Post Office" T30 Congress Street Rumford Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK 8. CO. RUMFORD DRUG STORE The Rexall Store 98 Congress Street :: Rumford Compliments of CORMIER'S BOOK SHOP Telephone 406 'I9 CONGRESS' STREET - RUMFORD HENRY'S CALSO STATION Weld Street :: Dixfielcl ISRAELSON MOTOR CO., INC. P. M. Schwind Chevrolet -::- Oldsmobile WING'S RADIO SHOP Telephone 541 802 Prospect Avenue RUMFORD FARMINGTON OIL CO. Texaco Products Phone 633 Prospect Avenue - Rumford Compliments of a Friend GEORGE CUMMINGS JOE PUllA'S BARBER SHOP Main Street Dixfield THE LITTLE FOLK SHOP From INFANTS UP TO SIZE 14 SUB-TEENS 21 Congress St. :: Rumford THE YARDGOOD CENTER 25 Congress Street, Rumford RUMFORD 'A' MEXICO TV Sales - Service Fernand Lotleur, Prop. Call 1861 307 Waldo St., Rumford RUMFORD OIL CO. Calso Heating Oils Rumford 210 Wilton 5-4411 Dixtield LOcust 24641 NAPLES PACKING CO., INC Wholesale Beef, Pork and Provisions River Road Mexico Tel. Rumford 1773 T H E B U S Y B E E 490 Prospect Ave. Rumford CRAWFORD'S MARKET Prospect Ave. Virginia RUMFORD LUMBER COMPANY 36-38 Prospect Avenue Tel. 618-W Rumford Compliments of BENNET'S CALSO STATION RUMFORD DRIVEJN Crescent Ave. Virginia Compliments of AUS SUNOCO RAY'S VARIETY 565 Prospect Avenue High Test Gasoline All Regular Gas Prices Virginia MADISON'S RESTAURANT and CABINS Bethel Road NORMIE'S MARKET Prospect Ave. Virginia GEORGE E. McLEAN Insurance 48 Congress St.-Telephone 900 DAVIS FLORIST Tel. 30 Prospect Ave. Rumford PUIIA HARDWARE 8. LUMBER CO., INC. Lumber, Hardware, Paints N. J. Puiio, Pres. Tel 490 or 2050 DOWN'S FLORIST Telephone 999 East Rumford DAWSON'S Sporting Goods Roxbury Road - Mexico Telephone 407-R Compliments of DAIRY QUEEN Hancock Street Rumford Compllments of PETER M MacDONALD Compliments of E K DAY CO Compliments of HERCULES CAMPBELL BODY C0 of N E INC Portland Marne Dlstrlbutors of Wayne School Bus Bodies YOUR GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER 67-80 Congress Street Rumford, Maine TeI. I862 GILBERT FONTAIN Plumbing and Heating Bottled Gas 43 Oxford Avenue Rumford zz Maine ,,.lolq.r' ' d egg: 'Q rl ' , ,Q 'jf THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Auburn :: Portland, Maine WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Everything for Car, Sport and -Home BASS SHOE CO Wrlton Marne Shoes made smce I876 Orlgmal LAZAROU MOTORS INC Chrysler Plymouth Cars GMC Trucks Complete Auto Service Mexlco Marne L STANLEY INC Menswear Television Toys Hobbres Telephone 410 W Mexrco Raduator Repalr lgnltlon Servrce Telephone 455 J 581 PROSPECT AVE RUMFORD CHICKEN COOP Appetmngly Clean Refreshmgly Different ORDERS TO TAKE OUT A SPECIALTY MIS TEE BEAUTY SHOP Tel 4I7 W 327 WALDO STREET RUMFORD A FRIEND WARD S We J Bm Lewrston Marne GEORGE D McLEAN Insurance 48 Congress Street Rumford C. . , . 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