Twin Mountain High School - Mountaineer Yearbook (Twin Mountain, NH)

 - Class of 1950

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K, ' ' V 'I' M yEfS5 5 3 N EMM ww 4? .x l 3 Z ! 2 I , 5 -Q, E4 X ' J Q, i Dedication We, the Class of 1950, dedicate this chronicle of our school day life to all those in our community whose unselfish efforts made our auditorium gymnasium possible. wifi -Q., in ,,4'f'wef 5 -' .,j:,z. 1' 151 ' 94 '5ir1?Qgl- f A " jwfgiii Carroll Nestled in the shadows of Mt. Washington lies our community of Carroll, composed of Twin Mountain, Fabyans, Bretton Woods and Crawford. The White cottages which dot the hillsides and border the Ammonoosuc River, which winds its way through our community, lend enchantment together with the large hotels and cabin areas. Authors, poets, and painters have sung the praises of our town so richly endowed by nature, and farseeing men futher added to nature's glories the famous Cog Railway to the top of Mt. Washington. Thousands of people have come from all the corners of the world to view the beauties of our area from the highest inhabited peak in the East. Here on the heights botanists found Alpine flowers found nowhere on this continent south of Labrador. Our great universities conduct studies here, and a weather station is also maintained. Ours is the community where the storied Crawfords and Rosebrooks lived and worked. Twin Mountain has been called the cross roads of the White Mountains and one has only to view the traffic at the junction of Route 3 and 302 during the summer to realize the aptness of this title. We are justly proud of having the Mt. Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods chosen as the site for the World Monetary Conference, a meeting which has made our community a point of history. The summer visitor finds all kinds of accommodations in this area conditioned by nature and all sports in season are enjoyed. In the winter there is skiing, skating, snowshoeing,grange meetings, dances, and school basketball games. Out little school boasts one of the finest gyrnnasiums in the area, a tribute to our public-spirited citizens who saw a need and worked to fulfill it. We, who are fortunate enough to spend the four seasons here, should take great pride in our community and do everything in our power to further its interests. No person or township can remain as it is--it must either improve or go down and this presents each of us a challenge to be sure that our progess is assured. v . Q f"- 1 A ,- a'g.1"l- . . 'iff ' 34532 . 1:10 ,.L' 3 , lyTQ2?i3 M 2 S, l5EMlW5f5ZfA?leJZf!WW X 1? If 1' Ni Q? l I X J MARY R. YOUNG, B. S. University of New Hampshire Commercial Subjects Social Studies. ARTHUR j. KENNEY, A. B. Holy Cross College Oxford University University of New Hampshire Kappa Delta Pi Headmaster, English, H!!PEEiSiSE- M EDITH H. LOWELL, A. B. Boston University Phi Beta Kappa University of New Hampshire Mathematics, Sciences EILEEN MCKENNA IRENE DUNHAM Keene Teachers College Unive,-.Qty of v.,m,-,nt Plymouth Teachers College Prima,-y Intermediate. 5 Mrl. Charles Ricardi, Mr. George E. Temple, Mrs. Archie Glines. Building Committee School Board a-in Michael Thompson, Chairman, Agnes Ricardi, Irving W. Hersey, Architect, Arthur j. Kenney, Headmaster, james J. Viette, Contractor, Mary Monahan, George E. Temple. 6 3 ,QE ? 7-35 Q Q OE fm X sf N?-mzfg X 4x S JOAN MINOR Salutatorian Claes President --------- l, Z, 3, Basketball ----- --- l, Z Softball ----------------- 1, 2. one Club --------------- 1, z. "Miss Cheerleader '49' ' ------- Cheerleader ------------ ----- Audubon Club ---- -- "Happy Days" - "Flat Tires" --- "Calamlty Klds"--- ----- Senior Play Usher ------------- Dramatic Club ----------- -1, Z, Editor-in-Chief "Mountaineer" WILLIAM WRIGHT WENDEL GLINES Valedicmfian Class Treasurer --------- l, Z, 3, 4 Class Secretary ---------- 1, Z, 3, 4 Audubon Club ................... 1 Baseball ----------- ---- Z . 3. 4 Bgggball ------- --- 2, 3, 4 Basketball ------ --- 2- 3, 4 Basketball ---- --- z, 3, 4 Audubon C lub - - - Glee Club ------ - - Dramatic Club -- v-calamity Kids'- Assistant Editor- "Mountaineer" --1, Z, 3,4 - ------ 1,Z,3,4 -----------.---4 in- Chief ----------- ---4 8 Glee Club ------- -- l,Z, 3,4 Dramatic Club ----------- 1, Z, 3, 4 Business Manager, ' 'Mountaineer'-4 Kendel Bruce Glines 1931 - 1943 Though other memories may fade as the years pass the attamments and the brief life of this classmate, whom we knew and loved will always be a beacon guiding us onward in the fine paths. Class Ode lTo the tune of"'Aloha In our parting comes a sad farewell, Our school days soon to be our past, But how well we cherished every day, Preparing for the trials of life's highway. Our thanks to thee, Our thanks to thee, To teachers, parents, classmates and our We'l1 do our best, fulfill your trust, Farewell, dear high school, farewell. John McGee "47" 9 oem, friends gmmwfws 3 E MMQEJQQQASJMEM if db A X fegv . , Juniors and Seniors FIRST ROW: Sidney Hunt, William Houghton, Marlene Minor, Claude Jeffers, james Lennon. SECOND ROW: Wendel Glines, joan Minor, Mu. Young, Mr. Kenney, Mrs. Lowell, William Wright, james Worsley. Class Officers SENIOR JUNIOR President Joan Minor President Marlene Minor Secretary William Wright Vice-President Claude Jeffers Treasurer Wendel Glines Secretary William Houghton Treasurer james Worsley CLASS MOTTO "Heaven For Height, Earth For Depth" CLASS FLOW ER Gladiolus CLASS COLORS Green and White CLASS MARSHALL Marlene Minor 11 Class Will WE THE SENIOR CLASS OF TWIN' MOUNTAIN HIGH SCHOOL LEAVE THE FOLLOWING TO THOSE WHO LINGER BEHIND . . ........ We leave plenty of English books for his corrective courses to Mr. Kenney. We leave our ability to drive to Mrs. Lowell. We leave our talent for cutting a stencil, etc, to Mrs. Young. To the junior Class we leave our ability to get out of school within the next two years. To the Sophomores goes our talent in going places lespecially to the officel.. To the Freshmen we leave our ability to have more boys than girls. Joan Minor leaves to the Algebra Class her talent ,for chewing gum. Norman Temple gets "Pepsie" Glines' height, with hopes that it will be of help next year in basketball. Bill Wright leaves his basketball ability to Paul just to keep it in the family. joan Minor leaves her Editor-In-Chief job to anyone who wants it. Bradley Gooden gets Wendel Glines' pitching arm. Billy Wright just leaves land that's enough to break a Freshman's hearty. OUR SINCERE THANKS TO MRS. LOWELL, MRS. YOUNG, AND MR. KENNEY FOR ALL THEY HAVE DONE FOR US. THE SENIOR CLASS IZ FIRST ROW: Lillian Kavelac, Betty Wright, Diana Glines, Beverly Gooden, Paul Wright. SECOND ROW: Norman Temple, Bradley Gooden, William King, Mr. Kenney, Fulton Mountain, Junior High Herbert McGee, Morris Lennon. Freshmen Sophomore FIRST ROW: Norman Bailey, Barbara Bailey, Francis Mountain, Vernon Evans. SECOND ROW: Catherine McGee, Richard Fenoff, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Lowell, Frank Lennon, Raymond Lennon. FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: Elementary 1 - 3 Grammar 4 - 6 Marilyn Mountain, Russell McCauley, Lorraine Fenolf, Sandra Newton. Mary Rose Forrest, Leonard Bailey, Betty Staples, joseph Doucett, Louise Barker, john Staples. Percy Lennon, Lewis Gooden, janet McGee, Miss Eileen McKenna, Roberta Mountain, Donald Bailey, Donald Barker. lil - 5 I FIRST ROW: Martin Temple, Larry Gooden, Robert Morneau, Beverly Bailey, Thomas McGee, Arnold Rousseau , Thomas Monahan. SECOND ROW: Gene Evans, Rose Mary Forrest, Evelyn Mountain, Larry Dubreuil, Arthur Co er, Dorothy Bailey, June Lennon, Richard Marshall. THIRD ROW: Gere knnon, Ronald McCauley, joseph Forrest, Robert Barker, Donna Newton, Steve Philpot. Robert Doucett Ukbsentl. Miss Dunham, Standing. 14 WWW 3 6 3 A mzwgzszfms X Q5 W 9 FIRST ROW: Conch Art Kenney, Billy King Fulton Mountain jame Worsley Cla de Jeffers Wendel Glines, Billy Wright SECOND ROW: Norman Temple, Morris Lennon Herbie McGee Billy Houghton Paul Wright Game Record DATE OPPONENT TWIN OPP Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec. D ec jan. jan. jan, jan. jan. jan. Feb F eb F eb Feb Whitefield fjamb or ee North Stratford Alumni Bethlehem Lisbon Dow Alumni W oods ville Whitefield Bethlehern Lisbon Dow Haverhill W oodsville Haverhill W hitefield Final Record: Twin Mountain 10 5 Scoring Records: Twin Mountain 548 Opponents 495 Scoring Average Per Game: Twin Mountain 36 53 Opponents 33 0 Basketball in Review Early in October, Coach Art Kenney issued the call for the initial basketball season. He was greeted by a large group of eager candidates and the work of rebuilding a grad- uation- riddled team began. Returning for the Green Wave were Claude Jeffers, All-Star center, and Wendel Glines, regular guard. Bill Wright, Fulton Mountain, Billy King, Bill Houghton, Herb McGee, Morris Lennon, Paul Wright, and Francis Mountain came up from the Junior Varsity squad eager to prove themselves ready for Varsity competition. The squad drilled long and faithfully and began to show promise, but an early ankle injury to Claude Jeffers dimmed the hopes of the fighting Green Wave, and we dropped our first' two games by close margins. Billy King, joined the injured list with a tonsillectomy, followed by the mumps, which added to our woes. Shortly after the New Year we returned to strength and the Green Wave began to roll again in a manner reminiscent of our great champions of 1949. Dow, Bethlehem, Lisbon, Haverhill, Woodsville, and Haverhill went down in order before this courageous crew, Twin, issued notice that they must be seriously considered when our fighting team invaded Haverhill who was riding on the crest of a nine-game winning streak and completely outplayed them from the opening whistle with Claude Jeffers, Wendel Glines, and Bill Wright playing outstanding ball, ably supported by Fulton Mountain, Bill King, and big Jim Worsley Our two victories.over Haverhill proved to be the only games lost by the latter. The second Haverhill game on our court brought out a record crowd which taxed even the standing room, and the large crowd left happy after watching our machine-like quintet again distinguish itself by the score of 39s35. Whitefield at Whitefield remained and our boys with six straight wins behind them and a tourney bid in the offering, met an experienced club and battled them down to the final whistle losing by a three-point margin after leading all the way--a tough one to lose, but our boys and fans showed that they are champions as sports in losing as well as in winning Wendel Glines, who established a scoring record for our new gym with thirty points' against Whitefield, was one of the league- leading scorers and Bill Wright whose improve- ment and general excellent play made the Green Wave so formidable will both be hard to replace. Wendel and Bill, together with Claude Jeffers, participated in the All-Star game, and our younger boys now have a mark at which to shoot. The prospects look good however, for the next year with Claude Jeffers, Fulton Mountain, Bill King, Jim Worsley, Herb McGee, Bill Hough-ton, Morris Lennon, Paul Wright and Francis Mountain all returning with a years experience. Good luck boys. Carry On! l7 W- A- f- , 1 f i fv. k I .,, ' 9 v X sl WK . 1 PEPSIEN UDEEH -.LUCKYU HAI-on u-BILLY.. QJEFFH -.PEPSIE-. UDICK.. -.JEFF-v -.JIM.. -' 'wg . E " "KING" "HERB" "WILL" "ALAN" "PAUL" "FRAN" UMOUNTIE 18 1949 Class C Undefeated Champions FIRST ROW: Irving Batchelder, Herbert McGee, Richard Ricardi, Ernest Temple, William Houghton, William Wright. SECOND ROW: Wendel Glines, Claude jeffers, Herbert Boynton, Fulton Mountain, Stanley McGee, Coach Arthur Kenney. Twin Opp. Pct. 31 2 5 Whitefield Twin Mountain 1 . 000 26 Z2 Bethlehem Vilas ,938 40 2 3 Haverhill Ashland ,929 3 5 2 6 W oods ville B elmont .8 50 61 25 Lisbon Epping .813 43 23 Dow Academy Henniker ,789 2.4 Z3 Woodsville Troy .750 52 13 Dow Academy Austin-Cate .7 50 35 30 Whitefield Hancock ..750 34 23 Bethlehem Walpole ,733 43 38 Haverhill Andover ,714 59 36 Lisbon Ossipee ,714 Final Record: Twin Mountain 12-0 Scoring Records: Twin Mountain 483, Opponents 308 Scoring Average Per Game: Twin Mountain 40.25, Opponents 25.6 19 Undefeated Ammonoosuc League Champions 1949 Stanley McGee, Claude Jeffers, Herbert Boynton, Coach Arthur Kenney, Wendel Glines, Richard Rica:-di, E st Temple, Irving Batchelder. Ammonoosuc League Championship Banquet Speakers Frederick Chaz-ron, Lois Litz, Rodney Wolbath, Enzo Serafini, Arthur Kenney, Arthur Young. 20 Baseball FIRST ROW: Coach Arthur Kenney, Richard Ricardi, Ernest Temple, Herbert Boynton, joseph Monahan, Stanley McGee, Irving Batchelder. SECOND ROW: Claude jeffers, Wendel Gllnel, Fulton, Mountain, William Wright, William King, Norman Temple. Ammonoosuc League Champ ions 1949 1950 FIRST ROW: Morris Lennon, Paul Wright, Francis Mountain. SECOND ROW: Herbert McGee, William Wright, Claude Jeffers, Bradley Gooden, William Houghton, Coach Arthur Kenney, THIRD ROW: Fulton Mountain, William King, james Worsley, Wendel Glines, james Lennon. Zl Girls ' Basketball Coach Ruth Glines, Catherine McGee, Beverly Gooden, Barbara Bailey, Betty Wright, Lillian Kavelac, Diana Glines, Marlene Minor, joan Minor. Girls' Softball FIRST ROW. Diana Glines, joan Minor, Marlene Minor, Lillian Kavelac. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bailey, Beverly Gooden, Catherine McGee, Coach Eileen McKenna, Roberta Mountain, Betty Wright, janet McGee. ZZ Z3 KyZTQ??wF5 5 5 2 I x mcczfjyzfzfngs N 4? Mountaineer Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF joan Minor ASSISTANT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF William Wright BUSINESS MANAGER Wendel Glines ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER James Worsley FEATURE EDITOR Marlene Minor ART EDITOR Claude Jeffers GIRLS' SPORTS EDITOR Diana Glines BOYS' SPORTS EDITOR William King CLASS EDITOR Fulton Mountain ALUMNI EDITOR Lillian Kavalec Pl-IOTOGRAPHER Paul Wright ADVISERS Mrs. Clay-ton Young Z5 Arthur J. Kenney Chemistry Class WILLIAM WRIGHT, WENDEI.. GLINES Herbert McGee, Paul Wright, Norman Temple, Beverly Gooden, Mrs. Young, standing. 26 Typzng Dramatic Club Twin Mountain High Sch l oo presented its annual three-act play in the school auditorium Friday evening, April 14, 1950. The cast and cornmitt Midge Start "THE CALABGITY KIDS" ' th uma in Micky sun ' C WW S Emily Hoskins "E " , m , who loves orphans Clara Clagg, with a nose for news Hezekiah Hoskins, Pl-lex," Em's worse half Brad Rivers, who hates girls Bonnie Blue, a lovable pepper-pot Opal Ludlow, the twins' aunt L oraine Ludlow, her daughter Elmer Ludlo h w, er son ee were as follows x Betty Wright Herbert McGee Diana Glines Beverly Gooden Claude Jeffers Bradley Gooden joan Minor Lillian Kavalec Marlene Minor james Lennon 4:4-ararscafarsw Time: A Saturday morning in October Place: The Hoskins' home at the edge of a small town in the midwest. Ilfflllffllflkfillf Stage Manager Morris Lennon Curtains William Houghton, Fulton Mountain Properties Wendel Glines Tickets William King, Paul Wright Publicity james Lennon Ushers Barbara Bailey, Catherine McGee M ary Forrest, Roberta Mo t ' un am janet McGee, Betty Staples FLAT TIRES" 1949 27 Junior Audubon Club The junior Audubon Club which was organized in 1947 and was under the super- vision of Mrs. Lowell held many very interesting and informative meetings. The club met every other Tuesday at which time reports on different birds were pre- sented by members of the club and contests on bird recognition were held. The club is affiliated with the National junior Audubon Society. Club officers were as follows: President Raymond Lennon Vice- President Catherine McGee Secretary-Treasurer Vernon Evans Harvest Dance On the evening of October Z7 the Senior Class with the assistance of the other classes sponsored a Harvest Dance in the Auditorium with music by the Top l-Iatters. The hall was fittingly decorated with corn stocks and pumpkins and the harvest colors. A costume party preceded the dance with many attractive costumes by members of the elementary grades. A large crowd attended and a good time was had by all. Food Sale A food sale was held in the gymnasiurn during and after the Dow Academy game. Donations were made by the townspeople and the proceeds were used to pay for the cheerleaders' uniforms. The cheerleaders wish to thank all those who contributed in any way. Polio Benefit Game On Monday evening, january 30, the High School Athletic Association sponsored a benefit basketball game between the High School and the Town Team for the Polio Drive. The sum of S32 was turned over to Mrs. Leo Monahan, chairman of our community drive for this worthy cause. Z8 Z9 r 30 Remember When We got our gym? Mrs. Lowell learned to drive? Mr. Kenney went roller skating? Mrs. Young had the mumps ? We went to Cannon Mountain? Wendel tried to go mountain climbing with his motorcycle? We sold ads ? joan received her first letter? We learned to play pool? Billy Boy got his license? We went to the Colgate-Dartmouth game? Claude requested that song at the Starr King Grange? We enjoyed the evenings at the Starr King Grange. ? Marlene received that Valentine? We had a substitute in room 3? Billy Houghton decided to major in Math? We put on the food sale? jimmy walked home from Whitefield ? Four high school girls slept in one twin bed in Hanover ? Worsley was crowned King? The pool room was our hangout? Sidney and Norm had dates ? The cider disappeared? The furnace went out? Two days of rest! Lillian made a basket? Mossie did his home work? We had the Harvest Dance? Bradley tangled with the A. V. A. ? Mr. Kenney announced the corrective English course? Paul looked at a girl? Some read the constitution for the first time? -Room 3? Herbie and Betty were twins ? The Newton's magnetism made us late for school? Billy ran out of gum? Fulton made those shots at Haverhill? Bradley assisted Dr. Monahan at the Morrison hospital? Forwards played guards ? The girls took up track during basketball? Mr. Kenney asked Worsleywhen one should use "them"? Never! 1 We played Lisbon? Beverly? ? Lillian was early for shorthand class ? There was sorrow in Twin? February 15, T. M. H. S. vs. W, H, S, Beverly received that letter from Mississippi? The junior Class decided that a couple of years more wouldn't matter ? Dee took piano lessons ? Mrs. Young became referee? Cat's Alley was the rage? Mossy and Brad held hands 7 Dee said. "Where's Billy Boy?" The stencils disappeared? How about it Paul? ? joan and Lill got P. O. fever.? We had the Senior Play? Twin pulled the upset of the year by beating Haverhill? Twice! 2 1 The Seniors went on their class trip? 31 I J Z 3j Q F Q BS Q db MWFQKQQMPWS if 4 Q QL c4ufo9 zapga K ,9 'WA L: Lu WALSWORTH unqngud A land by IALIIOITII nonuau lunuu. lm. u. l. A. 33 yZ 5 5 2 M wig zfwfwcfe F2 G 3 Q X Q COMPLIMENTS OF The Cog Rculwoy THE WORLDS FIRST COG RAILWAY if . ,,., If OPEN MAY 30th TO OCTOBER 12th. MT. WASHINGTON RAILWAY CO. I P f N f 21 Ilyu.1lt. U uafunglnn Cog Railroad To lhe o 0 few fn um GREETINGS FROM I ... I ..a..+-f-aff ill,l Ill 5' Wlll Highland House OPEN ALL YEAR MR. AND MRS., WM. LAKES JEFFERSON NEW HAMPSHIR E The Twin Mountain Hotel TWIN MOUNTAIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE A LAND MARK HOTEL OF DISTINCTION LOCATED IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL CENTER OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS THE UTMOST IN COMFORT, GOOD SERVICE AND AN UNSURPASSED CUISINE GEORGE NICHOLS, MANAGER SARANA BUCKSKIN SINCE 1866 LOOK FOR THE NAME SARANAC EITHER ON THE SIZE TAB OR STAMPED ON THE LEATHER OF EVERY PAIR OF SARANAC BUCKSKIN GLOVES AND MITTENS WEAR THE BRAND MOST PEOPLE DEMAND WE TAN OUR OWN LEATHER SARANAC GLOVE COMPANY LITTLETON NEW HAMPSHIRE COMPLIMENTS OF TI-IE Crowford House Club BEST WISI-IES TO EVERY MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 1950 AUNT jEAN'S Handwoven Woolens Dress Materials - Bags - Scarfs - Robes Suits - jackets - Skirts Open A11 Of The Year ALEXANDER MOTOR SALES Sales Service Z9 MiddTe Street Phone 4781 Lancaster New Hampshire Wright's Restaurant Fabyans, New Hampshire U. S 302 G ft Shop - Maple Sug S Supreme View Inn 8g Cottages S Porches and St am Heat R ute 3 - T-eiephone 4-6 C rnpliments Of Rosebrook Inn T M t N H ph Compliments Of THE CARROLLTON RESTAURANT Hans P. and Ethel M. Gowa Compliments Of THE SILVER FOX INN AND CABINS Lane and Schirra Fabyan New Hampshire JELLISONS ESSO SERVICE STATION Twin Mountain, New Hampshire Washing - Polishing - Greasing Tires - Batteries ELLINGWOOD TRUCKING COMPANY DEPOT GARAGE Local and Long Distance Moving - Buses All Esso Products Goodyear Tires - Wholxesale and Retail Littleton 19 Cottage Street New Hampshire KENNETH E. CURRAN, INC., Littleton, New Hampshire Compliments Of M. H. PERKIN AND SON Bethlehem New Hampshire R. D. HALL, INC. International Trucks - International Refrigeration McCormick-Deering Machines - Farmall Tractors Sales - Service Littleton Dail 5521 New Hampshire LITTLETON HARDWAR E COMPANY Incorporated Hardware - Plumbing - Steam Fitting - Hotpoint Electrical Appliances - Paints - Spalding Athletic Equipment 74 Main Street Littleton Telephone 572.1 New Hampshire CRAWFORD STORE Harriet Macomber Crawford New Hampshire Compliments Of JAMES J, VIETTE Contractor and Builder Littleton Telephone 2161 New Hampshire PROFILE CLEANERS Littleton New Hampshire LANCASTER BOWLING LANES Compliments Of For Reservations 4 THE Phone 2022 CONNECTICUT VALLEY DAIRY Weekdays 1-ll P. M,, Sundays 2-11 Lancaster New Hampshire Lancaster New Hampshire coL.E HARDWARE COMPANY Your "Pyrofax" Gas Dealer Phone 5833 Littleton Compliments Of THE HOME SWEET HOME Route 3 Telephone 1-2.3 Compliments Of THE HUNTER'S LODGE Route 115 Telephone 13- ll New Hampshire THE OLD BARN Rooms - Home Cooked - Gift Shop Food Don and Bernife Marshall Telephone 13- ZZ LOU'S COZY CORNER CABINS Modern Equipped and Heated Louise and Bernard McCluskey 1,4 Miles From Twin Mt. House Route 10 and 302 Twin Mountain New Hampshire Books, Compliments Of Stationery and Greeting Cards At COURIER PRINTING CO., INC. Littleton New Hampshire SILSLY'S BOOK STORE Littleton New Hampshire Compliments Oi STRAIN MOTOR CO. Oldsmobiles Littleton New Hampshire N UTES SERVICE STATION Littleton New Hampshire Compliments Of WEST END WELDING Compliments Of PORFIDOS MARKET' Come In And See Us Littleton New Hampshire McGEES SERVICE STATION Sunoco Gas and Oil Littleton New Hampshire ROOT'S SERVICE STATION Edgar Root, Prop. Ignition - Gas - Oil - Repairs 7 Union Street - Phone 5641 Littleton New Hampshire SHORES ACRES Mr., and Mrs. Wallace Shores Motel - Food - Cabins Route 302 Near jct. of Route 3 Telephone Connection Twin Mountain New Hampshire COLD SPRING HOUSE Edith and john Asker Rooms - Meals Souvenirs - Gifts Route 3 Compliments Of TROUT BROOK CABINS Everett and Marge Hewitt Compliments Of JOSEPH DEBRU YN, .IRB Compliments Of TWIN MOUNTAIN MARKET Telephone 8017-3 Profile Road m mam CI..ARK'S PINE TREE CABINS Route 302 Twin Mountain New Hampshire ' RIVERSIDE DELUXE CABINS Route 302 ELMWOOD RESTAURANT Famous For Chicken Pies Route 302 Twin Mountain New Hampshire RAYMOND A. FATHEY Plumbing and Heating Twin Mountain 44-Z Compliments Of I-IOWE'S COTTAGE AND CABINS Route 302 Twin Mountain 33 Compliments Of JORDANS SUNOCO STATION Route 3 - Telephone ll - ll Twin Mountain New Hampshire Compliments Of NEW TON'S SERVICE STATION THE NORTHERN GARAGE CO. C. W. Lamb, Owner Sales - Chevrolet ' Service 8 Green Street HILLTOP CABINS DELUXE In The Center of the White Mountains Authur S. Houghton Phone Twin Mountain Twin Mountain New Hampshire Your Vacation Spot or Over Night Stop CARROLL INN AND COTTAGES Edward F. McGee, Prop. Route 3 - Telephone 2.6-3 Twin Mountain New Hampshire BELLOWS Sr BALDWIN CO. The Store For Men Our 76th Year Telephone 2531 Littleton New Hampshire Littleton New Hampshire Compliments Of CURRAN THE LITTLETON GAS CO., INC. BUILDING SUPPLY CO. Km. Walter, Mgr. Utility Gas - Gas Appliances Littleton New Hampshire Sales and Service Master Craft Oil Burners Littleton New Hampshire Compliments Of TWIN MOUNTAIN SOUVENIR STORE Compliments Of GREEN SH-UITERS RESTAURANT AND CABINS Jerry - Ann Bishop Twin Mountain New Hampshire Compliments Of PRESIDENTIAL VIEW CABINS Leo and Mary Monahan Twin Mountain New Hampshire Compliments Of FAI-IEY'S STORE Twin Mountain New ,Hampshire Z4 Hour Service -Tydol Gas 8: Oil JOHNNY WAI..KER'S GARAGE Phone 18 - Route 302 Twin Mountain, New Hampshire Inspection Station 1:4742 Compliments Of TWIN PEAK MOTOR COURT Spaghetti House The Ritardis Compliments Of REST HAVEN CAB INS Compliments Of PROTILE DELUXE COTTAGES Ralph and Louise jennings Twin Mountain New Hampshire GEO. M. STEVENS AND SON CO. Insurance Telephone 4401 Lancaster New Hampshire Complirnents'Of THE P. J. NOYES CO. Apothecaries Lancaster New Hampshire ROBERTS MOTOR SALES Chevrolet - Buick PICHE Sales - Service Mens' - Apparel - Boys' Telephone 4941 Lancaster New Hampshire Lancaster New Hampshire SPEARS MAPLEWOLD FARM AND BROWN bilt SHOE STORE POSY SHOP x-Ray Fitting Route 115 Lancaster New Hampshire jefferson New Hampshire LANCASTER HOTEL Lounge - Dining Room Telephone 4921 and 4922 NORTHERN OFFICE SUPPLY' R. P. Whiting, Prop. Telephone 2701 "Everything For The Up-to-Date Office" Sales and Service Littleton New Hampshire m Greetings From SHURTLEFF AND NOYES HAMPSHIRE HOUSE Route Z - Telephone 3-31 The Corner Drug Store Open All Year Whitefield New Hampshire jefferson New Hampshire GASTON VAILLENCOURT MAC DONALD MARKET jeweler - W atchmaker Whitefield New Hampshire Whitefield New Hampshire Compliments Of Compliments Of BI..AKE'S RADIO SALES KING COTTAGE Lancaster New Hampshire Twin Mountain New Hampshire FRANK SMITH COMAPNY F. B. SPAULDING COMPANY Groceries - Meats and Fruits 1 Flour, Grain, Feeds, Sugar and Salt Hardware - Implements Lancaster - Whitefield Lancaster New Hampshire New Hampshire LOWE'S G. A. Lowe, Proprietor Modern Overnight Cabins and Cottages Gas - Oil and Auto .Accessories 1 Telephone 16-2 Randolph New Hampshire Compliments Of A 8: P STORE Whitefield New Hampshire Overnight Cabins - Cottages THE WALKER CABINS Herbert G. Walker, Proprietor Daniel websfer Highway, UI s. 3 Whitefield New Hampshire On 50 North Main Street Modern Conveniences 6 Room Capacity Rate 51.50 Up Telephone 206 INGERSON TOURIST HOME 1906- 1949 New Lancaster - fApprovedJ Hampshire Choice of Twin, Single and Double Rooms Mrs, Edgar A. Ingerson, Hostess N. E. ELGOSIN AND CO. Fill Line of Fancy Groceries Birds Eye Frosted Foods Fruits, Vegetables, Confectionary, Tobacco and Cigars Phone 87 Whitefield New Hampshire C. C. 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