Thomaston High School - Sea Breeze Yearbook (Thomaston, ME)
- Class of 1955
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"Class of I955"
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"You cannot teach a man anythingg you can only help him to find it within himself, "--Galileo
Galileo was not too far from the truth when he made this statement over three hundred years ago,
Our task as your teachers is to assist in creating the most favorable environment in which you may
leam. We, as teachers, cannot teach if you do not want to learn, The process of learning is one that
takes place WITHLN the individual not from without, The teachers you have, the books you use, the
schools that house you are only the components of the stage setting within which you as an individual
teach yourself, We motivate, interpret, insist, criticize and praise, but you as an individual must
do the learning,
There is no limit to man's achieveme V? g ave the ability and the will to achieve, If you have leamed
this lesson from your high school exper noe, fine, if you have not, learn it now and carry it always,
MR. CARROLL WALLACE
High School: Milbridge High, 1943.
College: University of Maine, 1950.
Degree: B. S. , and Masters.
High School Principal for five years.
First year at Thomaston High.
MR. CLARENCE BUTLER
High School: Rockland, 1941.
College: University of Maine, 1950.
Degrees: B. A. and Masters.
Senior Class Advisor, 1955.
MR. FRANK VAITONES
High School: Lewiston High, 1940.
College: Gorham -State Teachers, 1946
Degree: B. S.
Manuel Training Teacher.
MISS LORAINE CURRY
High School: Rockland, 1947.
College: University of Maine, 1951. ,
Freshman Class Advisor
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MR. FRANCIS LEARY
High School: Fall River, Massachusetts, 1949.
College: Springfield, 1954.
Degree: A. B.
First year of teaching.
Junior Class Advisor.
Boy's Basketball and Baseball Coach.
MISS DORIS RICHARDS
High School: Winthrop
College: Bliss Business
First year of teaching.
Senior Yearbook Advisor.
MR. LENARD OSIER
High School: Bristol, 1938.
College: Colby, 1943.
Degree: A. B.
U. of M. Summer School.
Sophomore Class Advisor
MR. GEORGE WOODWARD
Janitor of Thomaston High School.
With appreciation of the many things he has
done for the school, we, the seniors of T. H. S.
take this opportunity to salute "Mr. George Wood
ward" as Janitor of the YEAR.
When we stand at attention to pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,
do we fully realize our responsibilities as American citizens ? Do we fully understand what this
tri-colored cloth symbolizes? It is the symbol of the strength and the courage manifested by our
forefathers in establishing the solid foundation upon which our country has become great.
Our flag has always stood for a dynamic and growing country. The fathers of our country
drew up the Declaration of Independence which made our nation free. In the Constitution they
affirmed the principles of liberty, equality, and justice.
As we view and salute our flag, let us remember the higher price our fathers have had to pay
for the freedom which we enjoy and not take it for granted. Let us also remember that we must
all be willing to do our share in preserving our cherished liberty as symbolized by "Old Glory".
Linwood Moody "l955"
WHAT'S IT WORTH
Ask yourself this question and answer it honestly and fairly. What will-my high school
diploma be worth?
Is it just a slip of paper with a few signatures? Was it worth the snuggle? Certainly!
It is a privilege to work for a diploma. ln some countries boys and girls of our age are not
given the opportunity to go to school. instead, they are made to go to work. We are given the
right to choose the subjects we would like to take in school, and we are helped to pick out the
subjects best fitted to our interest and to our abilities.
The fact that a person has received his high school diploma does not guarantee success.
The individual must try to better himself for the goal toward which he is striving. To achieve
success a person must have the determination and the willingness to work.
As we who are graduating go out into the world today to look for a job, we shall need that
high school diploma. We shall be competing with men and women who are high school grad-
uatesg if we do not have a diploma, our chances for success will be very slim.
There is a great deal of satisfaction in knowing that we have attempted an assignment of
life and have achieved it.
Annette Adams "l955"
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ANNETTE CLARA ADAMS
"Carl" General "Anna" Commercial
"Good things come in small pack-
ages,but so does dynamite. "
Mixed Chorus 1,
"It's nice to be natural when you're
naturally nice. "
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3,4, Class Play 4, Basketball l,
2, 3,4, Capt. 4, Softball 2, 3,4, Sea
Breeze 3, 4, Majorette 3, Student
Council 2, Commercial Club 4,
Musical l, Minstrel Show 1, 2, 3, 4.
GERALD ISAAC ANDERSON
A strong and mighty man is he. "
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Class President 1,
Prize Speaking 3, King Candidate 2
Audio-Visual 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Inter-
class Basketball l, 4,
CLASS ADVISOR - Mr. Clarence Butler
NORMAN RICHARD ANDERSON
Norm " General
A good man is known by the work
he does. "
EUGENE ARTHUR BENNER
A big guy with a heart to match. "
Basketball 1, 2. 3, Baseball l, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Minstrel Shows, l, 3,
JEAN OLSON BROOKS
By the work, one knows the work-
Glee Club l, 2, 3, Softball 1,2,4,
Journalism Club 1, Orchestra 1,
Musical 1, Queen Candidate 3, Prize
Speaking 3, Sea Breeze 3, 4, Harvest
Queen 3, Commercial Club 4,
ROBERT ARNOLD CLARK
A patient worker will succeed. "
Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, Boy's Chorus
2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
DIANE MARY CLU KEY
'She put her worries in a pocket
with a hole in it."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Sea
Breeze 3, 4, Majorette 1, 2, 3, Min-
strel l, 2, 3,4, Journalism Club 4,
Musical l, Interclass Basketball 1,
2, Soft Ball 4,
CLASS MOTTO - Success is for those who
JANET ELAINE CURTIS
"Janet" Com merc ial
"What we learn to do, we learn by
doing well. "
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4
Prize Speaking 3, French Club 4,
Commercial Club 4,
"Silence signifies deep thought. "
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Musical l,
Journalism Club 4, Softball 1,
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club
2, 3, President 3, Class Office 2, 4,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Class
RAMONA EVA CRUTE
"Those who try hard, succeed. "
Glee Club , 2, Band 3, Student
Council 1, 2,3, Sec. 3, Musical
1, French Club 3, Soft Ball 1, Prize
Speaking 3, Journalism Club 2,
can grasp it.
"There is nothing like fun, is there?
Transferred from Brighton
High School, Brighton, Mass. 3.
Glee Club, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3,
Basketball 3, 4, Commercial Club
4, Minstrel 3, 4,
ELLEN MARIE FITTS
"She looks demure and shy, but with
a twinkle in her eye. "
Transferred from Brewer 4, Glee
Club 4, Mixed Chorus, 4, Basket-
ball 4, Sea Breeze 4, Softball 4,
JANE MARIE IFEMEY
A good personality rates high with
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Basketball 1,
3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
Journalism 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council
4, Minstrel l, 2, 3, 4, Class Office l,
2, Audio Visual 3, 4,
ALBERT W. HALLOWELL GERALD W. HARJULA
" A1 " College "Gerry" General
"Men of few words are the best of "Honor lies in honest toil"
man' H Interclass Basketball l, 2, Harvest
Musical l, King Candidate 3, Musical 1,
FLOWER - Red and White Carnations
RONALD G. IAMESON ANITA L. KALLOCH
"Ronnie" College "Nita" Commercial
"Wisdom is better than riches. " "Love, like time, will never pass
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, away'
4, Interclass Basketball 2, Capt. 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3,4, Mixed Chorus
Class Office 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 3,
Student Council 4, President 4, Class Play 4, Musical l, Prize
French Club 2,3, Class Play 4, Sea Speaking 3, Commercial Club 4,
Breeze 3, 4, Graduation Usher 2, Alumni Banquet
1, 2, Graduation Usher 2,
DONALD ERIK MEKLIN
'The only way to have friends is to
be one. "
Band 2,3, Mixed Chorus l,2, Sea
Breeze 3,4, Musical 1, Audio-Visual
Club 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4,
ROSALIE A. MONTGOMERY
Art is a way to good success. "
Glee Club l, 2, 3,4, Art 1, 2, 3, 4,
Musical l, Class Play 4, Sea Breeze
3,4, Commercial Club 4, Prize
LINWOOD L. MOODY
A laugh is worth a thousand groans. "
Baseball 1, 2,3,4, Basketball 1, 2,3,
4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3, Minstrel 1,
2, 3, 4, Class Play 1, 2, 3,4, French
Club 2, Vice President 4, Interclass
Basketball l,2,4, Boys' State 3, Band
1, Student Council 2,
CLASS COLORS - Cherry Red and Silver Gray
MAXINE L. ORFF
A good laugh is the best for anyone.
Transfer from Waldoboro, Secretary
2, Glee Club 2,3, Basketball 2,
Softball 2, Majorette 2, 3,4, Class
Play 4, Journalism 2,3, French Club
4, Prize Speaking 3,
NEIL OLIVER OVERLOCK
"Better late than never. "
Interclass Basketball 1,
NINA F. RICKARDS
"A merry heart doeth good like a
Mixed Chorus 2, 3,4, Band l, 2, 3:
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club
4, Musical Club 1, Softball 1, 2,
Basketball 1, Prize Speaking 3,
Class Play 4, Sea Breeze Staff 3,4,
Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4,
ELAINE D. ROY
Have fun, you're only young once. "
Glee Club l, 2, 3,4, Softball 4,
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 1, 2,
3,4, , Sea Breeze Staff 3, Musical 1,
Class Play 4,
GWENDOLYN ANN SAWYER
The best way to success is through
Band 2,3, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class Office l, Nat-
ional Honor Society 3,4, Musical 1,
Minstrel 2,3,4, Class Play 3, One
act Play 3: D. A. R. Candidate 4,
Basketball Manager 4, Queen Can-
One who keeps their ears and eyes
open learns more than others. "
Glee Club l, 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus
2,3,4, Three one act plays 2,
Commercial Club 4,
CLASS SONG - Melody of Love
"Don't be sad with sorrow, laugh,
for there will be tomorrow. "
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Audio Visual
3,4, Journalism Club l, 2, Com-
mercial Club 4, Musical 1, Soft-
DENNIS ROSS SAWYER
"Good sense and good nature are
never parted. "
Student Council 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Track 1,
Orchestra 1, Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4,
French Club 2, Musical 2, Minstrel
1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 4,
Kenny' Gener al
"Thou art a fellow of good respect. "
Musical 1, Interclass basketball 4,
DENNIS R. YOUNG
Never say more than is necessary. "
'VX Audio visuai 1, 2g Class Office 2,
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THE ATIO AL HO CR SCCIETY
Th National Honor Society of Thornaston High School holds its annual initiation in June
Candidates must rank high in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The two mem
bers admitted last year were Lois Faulkingham and Gwendolyn Sawyer.
SENIOR CLASS POE
What will we do? What will we be?
Will our lives be happy and good?
Will we make our dearest dreams come true?
Will we reach all the goals that we should?
Only time can tell us this - -
Time and our own determination,
As we start down that road of life
That leads on from graduation.
Norman, Eugene, Carl, and Robert
Gaily breezed thru high school days.
They're sure to lead carefree lives
Having fun in many ways.
Albert is a good mechanic
Gerald A's a swell one too,
And Kenneth in the service
Will serve his counny true.
An excellent Math teacher Gwen will make
You see, it pays to do your best,
And Nina really will go a long way
With her vim, vigor, and zest.
Diane is sure to get ahead
She knows just how to act,
Gerald H. will make Dolores
A good husband - -that's a fact!
Peggy's energy will take her far,
She'll never fear a thing,
And Beatrice's friendliness
Much joy to her will bring.
Linwood's a born leader,
He will be a great man,
A busy life they'1l lead - -
He and Dotty hand in hand.
Dennis Y. is a sea-faring man,
A lobsterman bold he may beg
And Elaine's life will be full of fun,
Filled with laughter and gaiety.
Jane excells in many things,
In whatever she does she'll go far,
Just look at her and you'll agree,
You should always aim for the highest star.
Donald works with the land,
Farming is good honest toil,
Neil is another one who enjoys
Laboring with the soil.
Maxine may live on a mink farm
With Norman and be a millionaire,
While Dot a beautician will be,
And give everyone beautiful hair.
Annette will be happy with Johnny,
Anita will make her John a fine wife,
Ellen too will find happiness
With Jock the rest of her life.
With good looks and personality,
Dennis S's life is blessed:
Rosalie will be an artist and
With flying colors meet every test.
Jean may be raising toy dogs
And a family in her new home,
While Ramona will go traveling,
Around the world she'll roam.
Janet and Donald make a fine pair,
In their trailer they'll lead a great lifeg
And Ronald is bound to be a success
With Mildred as his proud wife.
Lois is our class secretary
Writing is what she likes best,
That is with one exception
"David" - Well, how did you guess?
These are the people we -nl be
In the coming years
But whatever we do, it will be our best
Through the laughter and the tears.
We owe our thanks to Mr. Butler
For much of our high school fun:
For help and advice along the way,
And all the wonderful things he's done.
We'll never forget our four years here,
As each goes his separate way,
On our own chosen road of life,
After graduation day.
by Lois Delano Faulkingham
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Stale, V, Wotton, F, Seekins, D, Sylvester, Second row: M, Reynolds, D, Whitten, J. Kangas
P, Ring, R, Barlow, R, Ludwig, M, Quinn, S, Beckett, N, Clark, Third row: J, Marks, R, Fey-
ler, M, Mayo, J. Elliot, W, Daggett, M, MacMillan, W, Butler,
JU IDR CLASS
Last September we elected the following class officers: President, David Stoneg Vice President
Michael Brooks, Treasurer, Vema Wottong Secretary. Jacqueline Chapman, Student Council,
Judith Harriman and Michael Brooks,
The girls representing the Junior Class in cheerleading are Jackie Chapman, Dorothy Whitten
and Faye Seekins,
The boys participating in basketball are John Elliot and David Stone,
We held a meeting to elect a staff for the Junior Sea Breeze, They were elected as follows:
Editor-in-Chief, John Elliotg Assistant Editor, David Stoneg Literary Editor, Priscilla Ring,
Local Editor, Michael Brooks, Advertising Managers, Maureen Quinn and Shirley Beckett, Art
Editor, Miles MacMillan, Assistant Art Editor, Richard Feyler and Michael Mayo, Gossip Editor
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Philbrook, Second row: W, Butler, A, Ames, C, Keyes, S, Stetson, Advisor Mr, Osier, P, Miller,
J. Connon, A, Benner, Third row: E, Mitchell, W, Thompson, R, Burton, A, Sylvester, P, Bames
C, Bourne, B, Abrahamson, R, Feyler, Fourth row: P, Young, A, Niles, A, Ames, D. Harjula, F.
Cochran, F, Cullen,
SOPHOMORE CLASS NEWS
At the beginning of the school year, the Sophomore Class elected the following officers: President,
Peter Melgard, Vice President, Raymond Ludwig, Secretary, Emily Fitts, Treasurer, Mildred Young,
Student Council, Alfreda Benner and Gary MacMillan,
There are two new members in our class, They are Emily Fitts and Paul Barnes,
This year we received our class rings and were all very pleased with them,
Those participating in athletics from the Sophomore Class are: Basketball: J, Connon, S, Stetson,
E, Fitts, C, Keyes and P, Melgard, Baseball: F, Cullen, B, Abrahamson, B, Burton and R, Ludwig,
Softball: E. Fitts, S, Stetson, A, Benner, J, Connon and C, Keyes,
Charles Bourne is manager for both the boys' basketball and baseball teams,
Mildred Young represents us on the Cheerleading Squad,
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First row: A, Chick, J, Kangas, R, Saari, J, Sevon, M, Kiskila, J, Spear, D, Morrison, S, Mitchell
S, Seekins, Second row: D, Steele, E, Niles, S, Niles, M, Bodman, J, Pease, Advisor Miss Curry, M,
Smith, R, Butler, M, Sabien, J, Hall, Third row: J, Minott, C, Butler, E, Brooks, V, Miller, L, Ames,
S, Daggett, R, Hastings, T, Turner, P, Reynolds, Fourth row: J, Minott, L, Cook, R, Beckett, A, Crock
ett, B, Flint, B, Donaldson, P, Gay, D, Sanborn, B, Gay, F, Upham,
When the Freshman Class voted for officers, the following were elected: President,
James Savong Vice President, Richard Saarig Secretary, Judith Spear, Treasurer,
Marianne Kiskila, Student Council members are Peter Gay and Louise Ames,
The Freshman representing our class in basketball are Billy Flint, Peter Gay, Billy
Gay, John Minott, Blake Donaldson, Judith Minott, Elsie Niles, Judith Spear, Louise
Ames, Janice Hall and Joan Kangas,
Eleanor Brooks and Diane Morrison were chosen by the Student Council to be cheerleaders,
Those who play in the band are Janice Hall, Blake Donaldson, Verleigh Miller and Leroy
Cook, Majorettes are Mary Bodman and Sandra Mitchell,
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High School: St, George High
College: Farmington State Teachers
Degree: B, S,
Eighth Grade teacher
First row: C, Hathorne, P, Davis, D, Small, B, Gay, M, Mills, J, Monroe, B, Weaver, P, Butler,
S, Dennison, Second row: D, Brazier, D, McGuire, J, Melgard, G, Butler, N, Sawyer, A. Watts,
P, Lindahl, V, Cullen, C, Taylor, Third row: P, Seekins, R, Achorn, W, Rogers, E, Smith, G,
Elliot, C, Keizer, J, Cook, R. Williams, B, Robinson, D, Clark,
The class officers were elected as follows: President, Melinda Mills, Vice President, Billy Robinson
Secretary, Joan Monroe, Treasurer, Pauline Butler, Student Council, Jean Melgard, George Elliot,
During the Christmas season the Eighth Grade sold Christmas cards and earned 341, 82, Including
the fudge sales, their treasury now consists of 860.
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Peter Gay, Peter Melgard, Mr, Wallace, Advisor, George Elliot, Louise Ames, Jean Melgard,
The first Student Council meetingbwas held on September 21, 1954. Officer were elected as follows:
President, Ronald Jameson, Vice President, Michael Brooksg Secretary-Treasurer, Jane Ifemeyg Assist-
ant Secretary-Treasurer, Judith Harriman, The problem of basketball cheerleaders was brought up,
It was voted that there would be nine cheerleaders chosen from the whole student body by the Student
September 25, 1954 it was decided to draw up a constitution but to wait for examples from other
schools, as it was a new experience for our Student Council. The group voted to have Student
Council Activity tickets made and priced at S2 a piece,
November 8, 1954 the Student Council voted to buy uniforms for the cheerleaders. Also it was voted
to let the seniors sell refreshments at the basketball games,
The last few meetings the Student Council has been working on the Constitution and it was finally
finished January 27, 1955.
First row: D, Clukey, P, Feyler, L, Faulkingham, J, Ifemey, Advisor Miss Richards, D, Whitten, J, Brooks
A. Adams, B, Sawyer, Second row: N, Rickards, F, Seekins, J, Chapman, J, Harriman, R, Ludwig, UR,
Montgomery, M, Reynolds, D, Sylvester, Third row: D, Whitten, J, Kangas, P, Ring, J. Curtis, A, Kal-
loch, R, Barlow, E, Roy, D. Taylor,
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
The aim of the Commercial Club is to create a greater interest and better understanding of the business
world, Since the founding of the club, we have continued to uphold this aim, Any Junior or Senior
taking at least two commercial subjects is qualified for membership,
At our first meeting the following officers were elected: President, Jane Ifemey, Vice President, Dolores
Whitten, Secretary, Jean Brooks, and Treasurer, Lois Faulkingham. It was also voted to bring dues often cents
At a later meeting it was decided to publish a club magazine, The name of the magazine was to be
"Trade Winds, " A cover was voted upon and the staff was elected,
Seated: L. Ames, S, Woodward. I. Minott, B, Abrahamson, P. Melgard, W. Thompson, B. Flint, I. Hall
S, Seekins, Standing: C, Keyes, L, Cook, B, Gay, P. Gay, I. Connon, D, Meklin, A, Ames. I. Ifemey,
Mr, Butler, C, Bourne, E, Fitts, J, Spear, C. Butler and A, Chick.
There are twenty-four members i.n Audio-Visual Club, This year there has been more members than
Officers were elected as follows: President, Alan Amesg Vice President, Jane Lfemey.
Under the direction of Mr, Butler, Alan Ames has been showing films and teaching the new students how
to operate the different audio-visual equipment in the school, Mr, Butler has also shown some of the
members how to remove and assemble the operating parts of the projector, tape recorder and view master,
We hope that by the end of the school year all members of the Audio-Visual will be able to run the view
master, the movie projector, the recorder and the other equipment.
M, Quinn, S, Philbrook, D, Mitchell, M. Bodman, D, Stone, M, Brooks, V. Wotton, S. Beckett, S
Mitchell, J, Minott, C. Borne, B, Gay, P, Gay. J. Elliott, B, Donaldson, B, Flint, P, Melgarde,
Advisor Miss Curry, M, Orff, I, Curtis, E. Brooks, B, Abrahamson,
FRENCH CLUB CLes Amis de France!
Our French Club now has twenty-two members, Last fall we elected the following as officers:
President ---- - - Dave Stone
Vice President - - - Michael Brooks
Secretary - - - - - Shirley Beckett
On every other Friday we plan to have a club meeting with an appointed committee supplying
the entertainment, Miss Curry has taught us some songs which we enjoy singing in French, We
also have some French records.
Several in the class are corresponding with French-speaking students in France, Algeria, Belgium
In October the Student Council chose the girls to
lead the cheers at basketball games during the
season, They also bought us new black and white
By having practices every noon hour in the gym,
the cheerleaders have changed many of the old
cheers and made up several new ones,
It could still stand a lot of improvement, The
teams and the cheerleaders appreciate your sup-
port, so keep it up, classmates,
L, Faulkingham, E, Roy. J. Chapman, F, Seekins,
M, Young, E, Brooks, D, Whitten, D, Morrison,
THE BA D
The Band, under the direction of Antonio Palleria, has approximately thirty members,
A meeting was held the first of the year and the following officers were elected: President,
David Stone: Vice President. John Elliotg and Secretary-Treasurer, Anita Kalloch,
The numbers which are being practiced are POVANE, TO A WILD ROSE, PACIFIC
GRANDEUR, LUSTSPIEL, DARK TOWN STRUTTERS BALL, OVER THE WAVES,
SERVICE SALUTE, THE MERRY WIDOW and others,
The band is looking forward to a composite concert in the spring, and of course, the
Eastem Maine Music Festival ir1 Belfast May 7, 1955,
Front row: S, Woodward,
V. Miller, J, Melgard,
G, Elliot, J, Cook, B,
Donaldson, A, Kalloch,
N. Clark, Second row:
J, Hall, I. Connon, L,
Cook, A, Ames, D,
Stone, V, Wotton, J,
Elliot, C, Keyes,
Third row: S. Mitchell,
D, Sylvester, W, But-
ler, M, Orff, A, Ben-
ner, M, Bodman,
Although the school spirit has been good this year,
SENIQR SEA BREEZE STAFF
Seated: Nina Rickards, Jean Brooks, Ronald Jameson, Linwood Moody, Standing: Margaret Feyler, Ellen Fitts,
Lois Faulkingham, Rosalie Montgomery, Diane Clukey, Jane Ifemey, Annette Adams, Advisor, Miss Richards,
Dennis Sawyer and Donald Mecklin,
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Seated: Miles MacMillan, Donna Sylvester, John Elliot, David Stone, Maureen Quin, Shirley Beckett.
Standing: Marilyn Reynolds, Verna Wotton, Richard Feyler, Michel Mayo, Michel Brooks, Advisor Mr,
Leary, Ruth Barlow and Priscills Ring,
SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST
Seated: D, Stone, J, Elliot, R, Montgomery, A, Adams, I. Ifemey, L, Faulkingham, L, Moody, G, Sawyer,
Standing: E, Roy, D, Clukey, D, Taylor, M, Orff, J, Brooks, A, Kalloch, N, Rickards, R, Jameson, E, Fitts
Absent when picture was taken, Miss Curry, Director,
First row: G, Sawyer, A, Kalloch, N, Rickards, D. Clukey, Mrs, Rogers, M, Quinn, P, Ring, W, Butler, B,
Sawyer, Second row: E. Fitts, J, Ifemey, J, Curtis, C, Keyes, M, Young, E, Fitts, S. Beckett, R, Barlow,
A, Adams, Third row, R, Jameson, D, Sawyer, D, Stone, R, Burton, W, Thompson,
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chell, 'Second row: S, Philbrook, S, Seekins, E. Niles, D, Steele, R, Barlow, Advisor Mrs, Rogers, J,
Kangas, A. Chick, J, Minott, D, Mitchell, D, Morrison, Third row: E. Roy, J, Hall, S, Woodward, F.
Seekins, M, Kiskila, B. Sawyer, M, Feyler, D, Whitten, A, Adams, R, Crute, Fourth row: S, Niles, E,
Fitts, I. Curtis, L, Faulkingham, E, Brooks, C. Butler, V. Miller, J, Spear, D, Clukey, N. Richards, W,
Butler, A, Ames, D, Taylor, Fifth row: D, Whitten. I. Kangas, N, Clark, E. Fitts, M, Young. R. Lud-
wig, J, Connon, P, Ring, A, Benner, R, Montgomery, D, Sylvester, M, Bodman,
The Glee Club consists of sixty-five girls, They meet every Wednesday under the
directions of Mrs, Rogers of Rockland, Maine,
The following were elected as officers of the club: President, Jane Ifemey, Vice
President, Ruth Barlowg Secretary, Connie Keyesg and Librarians, Gwendolyn
Sawyer and Louise Ames,
Each year the Glee Club participates in the Eastern Maine Music Festival, This
year the festival will be at Belfast, Maine. The numbers that will be sung are as
follows: "One God" and "If I Loved You, "
First row: C, Keyes, P
Feyler, A, Adams, J,
Ifemey, M, Quinn, D
Clukey, Second row:
E, Niles, J, Minott,
E, Fitts, J, Connon,
Manager G, Sawyer,
Coach Butler, Assist-
ant Coach Richards,
L, Ames, J, Spear,
E, Fitts, J. Kangas,
GIRLS' BASKETBALL A D SGFTBALL
Soon after practice began, Annette Adams was elected captain,
High scorer with 171 points was Iane Ifemey followed by Connie Keyes with 104
points, Maureen Quinn with 98 points, and Diane Clukey with 83 points,
The girls showed goodsportsmanship and they took their losses with a grin,
The softball team under the direction of Mr, Butler is anticipating a good season,
First row: D, Taylor,
J. Chapman. J. Con-
non, C. Keyes, P,
Feyler, D, Clukey, J.
Ifemey, A, Adams,
F, Seekins, D. Whit-
ten, P. Ring, N.
Rickards, R, Barlow,
Second row: J. Hall,
M, Sabien, E, Roy,
E, Fitts, S, Stetson,
Coach Butler, I,
Brooks, E, Brooks, I.
Pease, M, Bodman,
E, Fitts, A, Benner,
Kneeling: D, Stone, J, Elliot, R, Jameson, D, Sawyer, L, Moody, Standing: C. Bourne, Managerg R,
Clark, P, Gay, B, Donaldson, Coach Mr, Leary, P, Melgard, B. Flint, B. Gay. J. Minott, F. Upham,
Basketball practice started the last of October with 16 boys reporting to Coach Francis Leary, The
squad was cut to 12 after three weeks' practice,
Charles Bourne and Freddy Upham were managers and Gwen Sawyer the scorekeeper.
WISCASSET AT THOMASTON
The boys defeated the Redskins of Wiscasset to start the 54-55 season, It was a close game with
Thomaston trailing 23-18 at the half, In the last quarter the Clippers sailed ahead scoring 28 points
while holding Wiscasset to 6, The final score was 63-37.
THOMASTON AT ROCKPORT
Our boys invaded Rockport on November 30 and put up a good scrap against a fast Rockport five,
At the end of the first period the scoreboard showed Thomaston behind 16-6, All the boys displayed
good teamwork in coming from behind and emerging with a 49-41 victory, Dave Stone and Dennis
Sawyer led the attack with 22 and 15 points respectively,
CAMDEN AT THOMASTON
The Camden Mustangs invaded Thomaston for a hard-fought game, The Clippers had a 10-point
lead after the first period with the score 15-5, The game became a defensive battle with both squads
bottling up the route to pay dirt with a tight defense. T homaston took the rugged contest 38-32. Den-
nis Sawyer was high for both teams with 14 points.
THOMASTON AT LINCOLN
Thomaston and Lincoln clashed Dembember 10 with the fighting spirit possessing both teams. At the
end of the first quarter the Clippers led 14-12, Thomaston added a little to the score each quarter to
make the final count 59-43. Ronnie Jameson and Dave Stone led the team with 20 and 19 points,
Lin Moody showed good rebound stretch,
THOMASTON AT BOOTHBAY HARBOR
For the final game before Christmas the Thomaston Clippers journeyed to Boothbay Harbor, It was
a real thriller until the last quarter when we pulled away for a 59-45 victory. It meant the first time in
eight years that We had won a game on the very small confines of the Boothbay hall,
WALDOBORO AT THOMASTON
We were hosts to the Waldoboro Blue jays after an enjoyable holiday and scored freely throughout
the game, Substitutes entered after three minutes of the third quarter and played the remainder of
the game, They showed considerable promise although lacking experience. The final score was 5'7-
'ROCKPORT AT THOMASTON
Class "S" Rockport came here for a return game seeking to avenge their earlier defeat, It was a
scrappy game with Butch Farley highlighting for Rockport with 24 points. Dennis Sawyer led the Clip-
pers' attack with 22 pointsg Dave Stone and Ronnie Jameson followed with 20 and 15 points respectively,
The score at the final buzzer was 59-50 in Thomaston favor,
THOMASTON AT CAMDEN '
Tension mounted on the coast as first place Thomaston and second place Camden were fighting it
out. The Camden Mustangs were just one game behind us due to their earlier loss in our gym. If they
won this contest there would be a first place tie, Fans poured into the large Camden gymnasium ex-
pecting a thriller, They got it, It was exciting all the way, We proved that we were a determined
group by winning 61-55 even though we lost one of our best scorers, Dave Stone, early in the fourth
period, Four of our regulars made double figures,
THOMASTON AT ROCKLAND
The boys visited Rockland with high hopes of taking the powerful Tigers, We showed them that
we were tops in our league by leading them at one time in the second quarter, We were never more
than four points behind until Dennis Sawyer became ill and had to leave the ball game before the
half was over. Rockland was too much for us without all the starters and it told us they pulled im-
mediately ahead following Sawyer's exit, Dave Stone led the scoring with 21 points, They won 69-38,
LINCOLN AT THOMASTON
We proved too much for Lincoln Academy as we took a 10 point lead at the end of the first quarter and
and extended it to 15--at the half, Subs were used at the end of the third period with the score 50-29.
The final score was 61-42.
BOOTHBAY HARBOR AT THOMASTON
Boothbay Harbor, last year's champions, journeyed her and we were ready for them, The period
scores telling all: 16-4, 32-15, 45-23 and 57-45. Reserves were used the last quarter. They gained
some needed experience in this contest,
ALUMNI AT THOMASTON
Thomaston played the old pros and downed them '73-41. All of us had fun and everyone played,
The alumni consisted of Enos Verge, Russ Kelly, Boddy Watts, Ralph Gordon, Dick Staples. I. Chap-
man, Bob Hall, Keith Walker, Bob Beattie, and Walter Chapman,
THOMASTON AT WISCASSET
Still undefeated the Clipper clashed with a very determined Wiscassit five, This game was a real
thriller, The Redskins sank a marvelous 707: of their shots and we scored a goal after every Wiscasset
goal. This kept the game undetermined untilthe final whistle which found the Clippers being dipped
'70-68. This was our only loss in league competition,
THOMASTON AT WALDOBORO
Once more Waldoboro fell under Thomaston's power, We kept a steady lead throughout the en-
tire game, Substitutes played the final period doing a fine job. We won 61-41. This was the last
game of the league play which clenched the Knox-Lincoln League Championship for us. We were
very happy, proud and ready for the Western Maine Tournament in Wiscasset.
We were seeded No, 1 in the Western Maine Class "M" tournament at Wiscasset, Our opponent
was Monmouth Academy in the first round,
MONMOUTH VS T HOMASTON
We were very impressive and gained large enough lead to give the reserves a chance to play, They
played most of the last quarter and we won 51-25. We then knew we would face the toughest opponents
in our league, the Camden Mustangs, in our semi-final game.
CAMDEN VS THOMASTON
Again we were very impressive, showing excellent teamwork with four regulars hitting the double
figures, We shot a marvelous 60019 of our field goals and 74014: of our foul shots! We sailed to a 36-21
half time advantage and played control basketball the remainder of the game, The final score was
6'7-52. This win meant we would go to the Western Maine Class "M" and "S" Tournament at Lewis-
ton to compete for the Western Maine Title,
YORK VS THOMASTON AT LEWISTON
The game opened with tall York controlling the tap, York's height and accurate shooting gave
them a 7 point advantage at half time, 30-23, They kept increasing their lead and won the game
55-40, We were disappointed, but we considered it a privilege and honor to have participated in the
First row: L. Cook, B, Ludwig, J, Elliot, D, Stone, L, Moody, D, Sawyer, R, Jameson, B, Flint
Second row: T. Turner. J. Minott, D, Sanbom, R, Burton, G, Anderson, Coach Mr, Leary, B, Gay
R, Saari, B, Beckett, P, Reynolds, B, Abrahamson, F, Cullen, F, Upham, C, Bourne,
We had a rather successful season last year under the coaching of Mr, Butler, In league
play we won all home games while losing three away,
One of the seasons' highlights was the Rockland-Thomaston contest in which Dennis Sawyer
pitched a no-hitter for us, This was the only no-hitter in league competition for any team,
The team entered the Western Maine Toumament after the regular season was over. We
drew a bye in the first game of the tournament--the second game being played with South
Paris to whom we lost 15-11, This was a night game at the Millionaires' ball park in
Augusta, We had never played under lights beforeg hence we made many errors, How-
ever, as a team we gained much experience, especially the following players who received
their letters as juniors: Ronald Jameson, Gerald Anderson, Linwood Moody and Dennis Saw-
yer, These boys will be the backbone of Coach Leary's team this year along with veterans
John Elliot, Dave Stone, Ronald Anderson, Freddy Cullen and Raymond Ludwig,
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Phone Crestwood 67 Warren, Maine
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Boys' Underwear Men's Underwear
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R ckland, Maine
To the Class of 1955
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Wishes Success and Happiness
ALFRED M. STROUT, Agent
Fire, Auto and General Insurance
17 Green Street
Your Nearby Business College
For Complete Business Training
The School That Teaches Speedwriting - Shorthand
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2.45 Main St. Tel. 148 Rockland, Maine
DR. E. R. MOSS
WALDOBORO LOCKER, INC.
THE VILLAGE SHOP
G. W. ACHORN CO.
D. E. CROCKETT
DR. B. E. FLANDERS
MEREDITH FURNITURE CO.
THE SHERMAN HOUSE
EDWARD GONIAS STORE
A. ALAN GROSMAN
MAINE MUSIC STORE
SEA COAST POINT
MCLAIN SHOE STORE
PURPLE DOOR REMNANT SHOP
QUALITY SHOE STORE
SOUTH END ESSO
STARR BROS., INC.
SAYWARDS TEXACO SERVICE
ROCKLAND AUTO SUPPLY
BARTLETT 'S GAS STATION
BETTE FAN SHOP
E. C. MORAN CO.
HUSTON -TUTTLE BOOK CO.
VAN BAALIN 8a CO.
CLARK'S FLOWER SHOP
WOOTON'S DRY GOODS
ELLERY T. NELSON, INC.
ROCKLAND GRAIN CO.
STUARTS 8a BURGESS
CHRISTOPHER S. ROBERTS
HOME METHODS BAKERY
Gary E. Aho
Edmond W. Bodman
Lawrance A. Brooks
Kay F. Butler
Rae E. Clark
Malcom A. Daggett
James M. Davis
James L. Durrell
Harlan E. Edwards
William A. Emery
Edward L. Fetterdi
Ralph E. Gordon
Clark E. Howard
Bernice I. Hunt
Doris E. Ifemey
Maida A. Jenkins
Louise L. Jones
Kay K. Keizer
Douglas L. Levan
Kathryn E. Ludwig
C. Richard MacFarland
James A. MacMillan
Tessie C. Miller
Donna J. Prior
Janice E. Putnam
Valerie G. Robinson
Donna A. Rogers
Employed at Davis' Funeral Home, Thomaston
U. S. Coast, Broten, Connecticut
Employed by Michael Brooks, Thomaston
U. S. Wacs, Fort Myers, Virginia
University of Maine, Orono, Maine
U. S. Army, San Marcos, Texas
Maine Vocational-Technical Institute
U. S. Army, Fort Dix, New Jersey
U. S. Army, Fort Dix, New Jersey
U. S. Air Force, New York, New York
U. S. Army, Maryland
Rockland Poultry Co., Rockland, Maine
Employed by Richard Howard, Warren, Maine
Mrs. Harold Dodge, Rockport, Maine
Employed by Rockland Telephone Co., Rockland
Employed by Rockland Telephone Co., Rockland
Rockland School of Commerce, Rockland, Maine
Gorham State Teacher's College, Gorham, Maine
U. S. Army. San Marcos, Texas
Pellitier School of Beauty Culture, Lewiston, Maine
Employed at Newbert's Restaurant, Rockland, Maine
Mrs. Donald Simmons, Friendship, Maine
U. S. Army, New Jersey
U. S. Army. Fort Dix, New Jersey
Mrs. John Peters, Cushing, Maine
Mrs. Wesley Reynolds, Thomaston, Maine
U. of M., Orono, Maine
Pellitier School of Beauty Culture, Lewiston, Maine
Westbrook Junior College, Portland, Maine
U. S. Wacs, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Associated Lobster Co., Rockland, Maine
U. S. Navy
Gorham State Teacher's College, Gorham, Maine
Mrs. Francis Eaton, Thomaston, Maine
Mrs. David Bryant, Boston, Massachusetts
Providence Barrington Bible College, Rhode Island
Employed at First National Store, Rockland
Employed by Emest Perry, Warren, Maine
Employed at Al's Beauty Salon, Rockland, Maine
Married, U. S. Army '
Employed at Thomaston Garage, Thomaston
Employed at Associated Lobster Co., Rockland, Maine
Gorham State Teacher's College, Gorham, Maine
Mrs. Harvel Crockeet, Thomaston
U. S. Army, Japan
Mrs. John Henderson
New England Baptist Nursing School, Boston, Massachusetts
Dragon Cement Company, Inc
DRAGON PORTLAND CEMENT
DRAGON SUPERIOR CEMENT
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