Union High School - Reflector Yearbook (Union, ME)
- Class of 1955
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The 1955 Reflector is dedicated to Mrs. Bernice Robbins, our teacher,
advisor and friend, who has willingly served the school and the studentbody,
The Seniors especially wish to express their appreciation, as she has been
their class advisor for the past two years.
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FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg Mrs. Robbins, Mr. Marriner, Mrs. Packard.
BACK ROW: Left to Rightg Mr. Jack. Mr. Vail, Mr. Rochon.
Words From The Principal
For once, I feel it very difficult to express my thoughts in words. Numerically,
you are not the largest graduating class, nor perhaps academically the highest, in
the history of Union High School. I do feel, however, that although small in num-
ber, you have been a good, steady, hardworking class. I feel that you have, as a
class, contributed greatly to the building of school spirit this year through your
interest in all class and school activities. For having at heart not only the best
interests of your own class, but those of the school as a whole, I am truly grateful
You have been a nice group of boys and girls to work with. I shall miss your
friendliness and co-operation, and you as individuals, very much in the years to
The shackles Cin the form of the rules and regulations of the high school, to which
you have been bound nearly four long years will soon be struck off. It will be up
to you to chart your own individual courses and to set up your own individual rules
and regulations for living. The idea of composing your own code of living may
frighten some of you needlessly, In my mind, one rule or regulation--the Golden
Rule--is sufficient for a full, satisfying life, if one lives up to it. The idea of
doing to others as we would have them do to us is worthy of considerable thought.
May I at this time extend to you my best wishes for good health, happiness, and
success in your post graduate lives.
Norman E. Marriner
FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg M, Knight, M. Upham, G. Rowell, C. Wilson, W, Ilanniin, E. Doughty.
BACK ROW: Mrs. Robbins, J. Gorden, B. Ludwig, R. Hunt, J. Torrey, E. Howard, V, Williams, B, Austin
Assistant Editor , ,
Business Manager .
Advertising Manager, , .
Girl's Sports Editor
Boy's Sports Editor
. . Gail Rowell
. Chris Wilson
. Eileen Howard
Literary Editor .
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Alumni Editor .
Joke Editor . . .
LEFT TORIGHT: R. Austin, M. Knight, L. vvxisuii, .-.....ub.. . D, .v, nannzin, V. Williams
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JOHN BLAKE "Buster" General
"Live today and die tomorrow. "
June 27, 19345 Hi-Lites Staff 4.
STERLING BOARDMAN "Whizzy" General
"Nobility has its obligations. "
June ZZ, 19375 Transfer student from Portsmoutl
High School, New Hampshire Z5 Basketball 3-45
Baseball 3-45 Cross Country 45 Hi-Lites Staff 45
Senior Play 4.
EUGENE DOUGHTY "Gene" General
"Not for school, but life. "
August 6, 19375 Basketball l,Z, 3,45 Baseball
1-Z-3-45 Class Treasurer 25 One Act Play 35
Senior Play 45 Boys' Sports Editor, Reflector
45 Cross Country 45 F,T,A, Club 45 Hi-Lites
Staff 45 F. T.A, Club, Parliamentarian 4.
EILEEN HOWARD "Eileen" Commercial
"There is no why without a because."
November 23, 19365 Student Council 15 Basket-
ball l-Z-3-45 Softball 1-Z-3-45 Glee Club Z-45
Senior Play 45 Class Secretary 45 Girls' Sports
Editor, Reflector 45 Hi-Lites Staff 45 Basket-
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RAMONA HUNT "Mona" Commercial
"My care is for the future. "
April 29, 153375 Cheerleader 5-45 Glen- Club Z5
Hi-Lites Staff 3-45 Softball 1-2-35 Reflector
l-I. WILBUR JACOBS "Wilbur" General
"All for one and one for all."
April 15, 19375 Baseball 1-2-5-45 Basketball
l-Z-3-45 Class Vice President Z5 Class Presi-
dent 3-45 One Act Play 35 Boys' State Delegate
35 Basketball Captain 45 President Student
Council 45 Senior Play 45 Cross Country 45
l-li-Lites Staff 4.
A. JAMES KING "Jake" General
"Build for character, not for fame."
September 15, 19375 Basketball Mgr. 45 Base-
ball l-ZL Cross Country Mgr. 45 Baseball Mgr.
45 F.T,A. Club 45 One Act Play Stage Mgr, 35
Class Marshall 3-45 Movie Projector Mgr.
Z-3-45 Senior Play 45 Hi-Lites Staff 4,
GAIL ROWELL "Peanut" Commercial
"While we live, let us live."
June 19, 19365 Class Secretary 15 Reflector
Cartoonist 15 Cheerleader 1-Z5 Class President
25 Advertising Staff Z5 Junior Play Z5 Reflector
Photographer Z-3-45 Glev. Club Z-45 Hi-Lites
Staff 2-45 Girls' Basketball Mgr. 51 One Act
Play 35 Girls' State Delegate 35 Class Treasurer
3-45 Sports Queen Candidate 3-45 Senior Class
Play 45 Editor-in-chief, Reflector 45 Girls'
Score Keeper 4.
MILDR ED UPHAM "Millie" College
"Out of the harbor into deep channels, "
October 18, 19365 Class President 15 Glee Club
Z5 Softball 2-35 Student Council Secretary Z-3-4
Advertising Staff 2-3-45 One Act Play 35 Bas-
ketball 35 Sports Queen Candidate 3-45 Senior
Play 45 Advertising Mgr. , Reflector 45 D,A,R,
Candidate 45 F. T.A. Club 45 Hi-Lites Staff 4.
KIRSTI WILSON "Chris" College
"Out of school life into life's school. "
September ll, 19365 Transfer student from Julia
Richmond High School, N, Y,C, 35 One Act Play
35 Softball 35 Class Vice President 3-45 Cheer-
leader 3-45 Senior Play 45 Advertising Staff 45
Assi tant Editor-in-chief, Reflector 45 F. T.A.
Club 45 F. T.A. Club, Historian 45 Hi-Lites
Staff 45 Press Club Chairman 4.
U. H, S. TV GUIDE
People Are Funny--Freshman Reception
This ls The Life -Christmas Vacation
Strike It Rich Senior Supper
Private Secretary--Gail Rowell
Comedy Hour Shorthand I
Where Were You--Mr, Vail to Senior Boys
Father Knows Best--Mr. Marriner to Jimmy
What's Your Line--Girls reply to David Collins
You Asked For lt--Mrs-. Robbins catching students chewing gum
Big Town South Hope on Friday nights
Mr Wizard Jimmy King and his inventions
Super Circus Sterling reciting in English class
Beat the Clock Trying to finish Mr. Vail's tests before the bell rings
Name's The Same--Miss Upham's ambition in June
Lone Wolf Eddie Whitney
First Love Westford and Beth
Big Payoff Mr Jack to anyone who violates his rules
Brighter Day When the girls in the Senior Class receive a letter
I Led Three Lives--Mr, Marriner QPrincipal, teacher, and husbandl
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We, the class of 1955, being of sound mind, do hereby bequeath to the underclassmen
our esteemed wisdom, calmness in our class meetings, and athletic ability. We make
this our last will and testimony,
First: Gail Rowell will give her nick-name, "Peanut" to Donna Leach in hopes she will
grow out of it fast.
Second: Eugene Doughty leaves his curly hair to Joe Packard, so the girls will notice
Third: Ramona Hunt leaves her left over Air Mail Stationery to any girl who is inter-
ested in writing to the boys in the service.
Fourth: Jimmy King leaves his ideas of his inventions to any under classmen who
need the experience, and to James Marriner he denotes his job of the movie projector.
Fifth: Eileen Howard leaves her athletic ability to Betty Austin who will be one of the
future stars of the team next season.
Sixth: Sterling Boardman will leave his devilish deeds to Eddie Whitney and if he
searches long enough, he may become the owner of a 29Q cigarette lighter.
Seventh: Mildred Upham leaves her cooking ability to any girl who is interested in
Eighth: Wilbur Jacobs leaves his leadership in school activities and his basketball
ability to Westford Hannan.
Ninth: Chris Wilson leaves her final testament to the Knight family.
To Marlene she leaves her cheering ability.
To Beth she leaves her Future Homemaker title.
To Connie she leaves her cheering suit and megaphone.
Tenth: John Blake will leave his front row seat to the most quiet member of the Junior
class. To Lloyd Tolman he leaves his precious pipe.
The Senior Class as a group leaves to the undergraduates our acting ability. Last of
all, we want to wish all the classes good luck in their money raising projects.
Our books will be left for the teachers to pass on to the lower classes. The books
may be given with our consent, if the new books are kept in good condition and the old
ones well erased.
As gum chewing is the favorite pastime of the students at Union High School, and the
pet peeve of all the teachers, try to be real careful, if not, there is always a good supply
of gum in the first two rows in the main room,
ln witness whereof, the faculty signs:
Witness: Mrs. Robbins
Witness: Mr, Marriner
Witness Mr. Jack
Witness: Mr. Vail
Witness Mr. Rochon
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FRONT ROW: Left to Ri htg W. Hannan, M. Knight, D. Collins, V. Williams, J. Gorden, Mr. Jack,
BACK ROW: B. Austin, J. Torrey, L. Tolman, S. Gorden, M. Linscott, E. Whitney, G. Berry, B. Ludwig,
Class 0 ficers
President . . . . . . David Collins
V. President. . . . Vincent Williams
Secretary. . . . Janice Gorden
Treasurer . . . Marlene Knight
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FRONT ROW: Left to Right, K. Calderwood, N. Messer, R, Cunningham, J. Soule, J. Marriner.
BACK ROW: C. Kennedy, R. Bennett, I. Wright, C, Ludwig, Mr, Vail,
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President . . . Regina Cunningham Secretary. , ,.,, , , June Soule
V. President . . . . Nancy Messer Treasurer. . . Kenneth Calderwood
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right, F. Morine, K. Noyes, T. Brown, T. Hilt, B, Knight, M, Torrey,
SECOND ROW: Mr. Marriner, L, Luce, D, Hilt, G, Russell, M. Tolman, D. Soule.
THIRD ROWg R, Upham, D. Leach, N. Spear, R. Swett, J. Packard.
FOURTH ROW: B, Lemar, P. Doughty, M. Orff, C. Cunningham, R. Austin, W. Moody.
Class 0 ficers
President , , , . Truman Hilt Secretary , , . Margaret Torrey
V. President . . Travis Brown Treasurer , . , . ,Beth Knight
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FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg D. Barker, C. Walker, C. Knight, M. Hilt, A, Austin, V, Noyes,
BACK ROW: Mr. Rochon, M. Robbins, K. Leach, J, Hanley, E. Tolman, L. Choate.
President . . . . Milton Hilt Secretary, , , , Annette Austin
V, President . . . Craig Walker Treasurer. . . . Connie Knight
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FXRST ROW: Left to Right, B. Hart, J. Payson, B. Upham, P. Pease, H. Butler.
SECOND ROW: F. Collins, R. Gould, L. Gorden, G. Tolman, L. Hawes, H. Carver.
THIRD ROW: Mr, Rochon, J. Hunt, H. Lindquist, N. Bennett, N. Marriner, P. Hubbard, B. Gamage.
President . . . . Norma Marriner Secretary . . . . Judy Payson
V. President . . . . .Fred Collins Treasurer . . . Roy Gould
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS BEST SPORTS
MOST COUR TEOUS Wilbur Jacobs
Gail R owell
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Roger Austin Regina Cunningham
June Soule David Collins
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FRONT ROW: Left to Right, J, King, V. Williams, E. Doughty, G. Rowell.
BACK ROW: M. Upham, J. Torrey, S. Boardman, W. Jacobs, W. Hannan, E. Howard, C, Wilson,
Mr s . R obbins .
No Moon Tonight
Mr. Terry - an astronomer with a one track mind - - -
Mrs. Terry - who tries hard to understand her husband - -
Susan -their younger daughter, a bobby soxer - - -
Ellen -their older daughter with a mind of her own - - -
Bill -the kid brother, about 16 - ----------- -
Jim Russell -A businesslike coach, about 25, in love with Ellen
Barney Holmes --A loud-talking car salesman ------- L - - -
Mr. Sanders - a small, thin, belligerent fellow ---------
Mrs. Winkle -the "bossy" housekeeper, about 60 -
Mrs. Bracken --a snobbish relative of the family , , , ,
Mr. Duncan - a businessman, about 50 ----------
Coach ------- Mrs. Bernice Robbins
Stage Mgr. - - - - Vincent Williams
- - - James King
- - Mildred Upham
- Chris Wilson
- ---- Gail Rowell
- Eugene Doughty
- - Wilbur Jacobs
-- Joyce Torrey
. . Eileen Howard
F. T. A. Club
FRONT ROWg Left to Right, J, King, J. Torrey, W. Hannan, V. Williams, C. Wilson, E. Doughty.
BACK ROW: Mr, Marriner, Advisor, M. Upham, B. Austin, G. Russell, M. Knight, K. Noyes.
F. T. A. Club
1 med at the shortage of teachers One way
Many schools in the state are becoming a ar .
to overcome the situation in the future, is to interest high school students in the teaching
Future Teachers of America Clubs have been started to create this interest. Union's
F, T.A. Club has already received its charter. Rockland High School will come to pre-
sent us with our charter and install our officers.
Part of the work of the members will be to visit elementary grades to observe actual
teaching practices. These students also set a good example in study habits for others to
Sports ueen Contestants
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FRONT ROW: Left to Right, C. Knight, B. Upham, G. Rowell, C, Kennedy.
BACK ROW: M. Torrey, B. Austin, M. Upham, M. Knight, B. Knight, J. Soule.
FRONT ROW: Left to Right, Musical director, Mrs. Packard, E. Howard, R, Upham, G. Rowell, C
SECOND ROW: B. Knight, M. Torrey, M. Tolman, D. Hilt, G. Russell.
THIRD ROW: L. Luce, C. Kennedy, N, Spear, D, Soule, J. G01-den, J. Soule.
Foul Shooting Champions
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Roger Austin, Diane Hill Billy Lemar, Margaret Torrey
Nanvy Spr-ar, Biituh Murinl' Paul Doughty, Rebecca Upham
Loraine Lure, Truman Hilt Donna Leach, Travis Brown
Joe Packard, Beth Knight
Deanna Soule, Kenneth Noyes
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Mr, Vail, J. Blake, 3. J. Gorden, C. Wilson, Mr. Jack, C. Kennedy, 4. P. Doughty, Mrs. Guyeltc, S, Boardman
Mrs. Doughty, T. Brown, 5. E. Howard, G. Rowell, C, Wilson, 6. N. Marrinm-r,B. Hart, A. Austin, C, Knight,
R. Upham, W, llzinnon, V. Williams, J. King, E, Tolmang 7. S. Boardman, E. Doughty, J. King, 8. R. Bm-nnctt,
S. Ludwig, E. Doughty, W. Jacobs.
1. B. Morinl-, L. Tolman, M. Tolman, D. Leach, L. Gorden, C. Kennedy, Z, A. Austin, C. Walker, B. Upham
V. Noyes, C, Knight, B. Hart, 3. J. Payson, L. Hawes, H. Carver, P. Pease, B. Upham, Mrs, Robbins, 4. D
Collins, Mr. Marrincr, N, Spear, D, Leach, 5. M. Upham, E. Howard, D, Smile, B. Knight, D. Hilt, D. Leach,
6, E, Doughty, J, Gordon, Mrs, Robbins, S, Gorden, E, Howagd, C. Wilson, 7, Rally for Appleton game, 8.
M, Upham, C, Wilson, 9, Rally for Appleton game.
J. Marrincr, J, King, W, Hannan, F. Morine
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FRONT ROW: Left to Rightg B. Knight, N. Messer, B. Austin, J. Gorden, E. Howard, J. Torrey.
BACK ROW: D. Leach, G. Russell, D. Hilt, R. Cunningham, M. Torrey, C. Kennedy, R. Upham
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tit R ,Jig J. Torrey, B. Knight, B. us
SECOND ROW, Cimilx Vail, N. Mt-sser, N. Sp
horclvn, Suorer G. Rowe
A tin, L. Howard, M, Tolman, D. Hilt,
ear, M, Torrey, R, Upham, G. Russell, Manager
A squad of twelve girls showed up for practice with Mr. Vail as our coach. Eileen
Howard was chosen Captain for this yearg Gail Rowell, Scorerg and Janice Gorden, Man
ager, With the loss of all but two of the first squad, it didn't look like a very prosperous
The Basketball Jamboree was held at the Thompson Memorial Gym
1954, with each team playing two quarters.
The year's schedule was as follows:
Novembe r 12
The 1954-55 season started off with a Round Robin at the Thompson Memorial Gym on
November 12, 1954. Each team in the Bulwer League played two quarters apiece.
In the first quarter Union played Bristol,
In Union 6 Bristol 6
The next quarter Union played Appleton.
Union 14 Appleton 4
The year's schedule was as follows:
Union 47 Bristol
Union 50 Alumni
Union 33 Waldoboro
Union 33 Vinalhaven
Union 49 Appleton
Union eo Warren
Union 35 Vinalhaven
Union 44 Rockland J
Union 38 Rockport
Union Z5 Wiscasset
Union 40 Bristol
Union 40 Waldoboro
Union 38 Appleton
Union 56 Warren
Union 33 Rockport 61
Union 49 Wiscasset 68
Union 30 Rockland J. V. 47
The three high scorers this year were Kenneth Calderwood, Burton Ludwig Jr. , and
Wilbur Jacobs respectively.
The team is losing three Seniors this year, but Wilbur Jacobs is the only one from the
The Group I, Class S, Western Maine Basketball Tournament was held at Camden,
Union 44 Vinalhaven 41
Union 48 North Haven 28
This makes Union eligible to play at Lewiston, Thursday, February 24, in the Western
Maine Basketball Tournament. Union played Kingfield at 12:30 P,M, in the Lewiston
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Basketball in Action
LEFT TORIGHT: Coach Rochon, B, Ludwig, W. Hannan, M. Lxnscoll, W, Jacobs, K, Calderwood
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FIRST ROW: C, Cunningham, T, Hilt, E, Doughty, B, Ludwig, V, Williams, W, Jacobs, R. Austin.
SECOND ROW: Manager J, King, W, Lemar, F, Morine, W. Hannan, S. Boardman, K. Calderwood,
P, Doughty, Coach Rochon.
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FIRST ROW: Loft to Right, K. Calderwood, W, Hannan, W. Jacobs, B, Ludwig, R. Bennett, E, Doughty.
SECOND ROW: R, Austin, F. Morine, C. Cunningham, V. Williams, G. Berry, I, Wright, P, Doughty'
THIRD ROW: Coarh Rochon, S. Boardman, M. Linscott, D, Collins, Manager Jimmy King,
Junior High Basketball Team
FRONT ROW: Left to Right, C. Walker, M. Hilt, J. Hanley, D. Barker, K. L
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KNEELING: ln ron g . o m n.
BACK ROW: V. Williams, Asst. Coach, L. Gorden, S. Knight, S. Jacobs, M Rohbx s T Golf
F, Collins, L. Hawes, D. Hilt, K. Calderwood, Asst. Coach, Coa h Ro hon
The 1954-55 season for the Junior High Basketball Team started off with a bang for
This year's schedule was as follows:
Union 18 North School
Union 31 North School
Union 34 McLain
Union 30 Wiscasset
Union 31 McLain
Uniori Z4 Rockport
Union 25 Wiscasset
Union 19 Rockport
Union 14 South School
The three high scorers this year were John Hanley, Milton Hilt and Craig Walker
respectively. The team is losing their first six men this year
High ehool Cheerleaders
Junior High Cheerleaders
FRONT ROW: Left to R1ghtg A. Austin, N. Marriner, C, Kmght, J, Payson, R. Uphazu.
STANDINGg In Barkg B, Hart.
CLASS OF '50
Ann Calderwood--Mrs. Albert Berry
Doris Hannan--Mrs. Gardner Philbrook
Paul Leonard--Attending U. of M.
Edward Mountainland--At home
Annie Neimi--Mrs. Norman Fitzgerald
Barbara Soule--Mrs. Cleo Boudle
Lillian Spear--Mrs, Walter Hupper
Phyllis Wentworth--Mrs. Robert Day
CLASS OF '51
Faye Austin--Employed by Sylvania
Harold Carver--At home
Donald Creamer--Attending Gorham
State Teachers College
Sylvia Farris--Attending U, of M,
Bliss Fuller--Employed by the Union
Carleen Hanson-- Mrs. Sherwood Wing
Dwight Howard--Employed by Thurston
Walter Lind--Attending U. of M.
Alan Martin--Air Force
Annie Moore--Mrs. Gideon Winchenbach
Ronellow Moore--Employed by Warren
Esten Peabody--Air Force
Elaine Robbins--Training at Massa-
chusetts General Hospital
Duane Rowell--Employed in Boothbay
CLASS OF '52
Kenneth Bartlett--Institute School in
Boston, Mass. Electricity 8: Refrig.
Marie Campbell--Mrs. Bliss Fuller
Edric Day--Employed by Union Telephone
Sadie Gammon--Mrs. Philip Lew Kuntz
Gordon Grinnell--Ports mouth Navy Yard
Marshall Payson--Attending Norwich Univ.
Faye Robbins--Mrs. Walter Calderwood
Velzora Savage--Mrs. William Robbins
Rachel Spear--Employed by Crie's Hdwe.
Jeanette Upham--Mrs. Gordon Grinnell
CLASS OF '53
Frank Austin--Employed by Thurston Bros
Grace Calderwood--Employedby Cyanide
Chemical Co. in Conn.
Francis Guyette--Mrs. Irvin Lufkin
Charles Howard--Air Force
Joan Knight--Mrs, Robert Boudreaxtlt
Alice Luce--Mrs. Donald Orff
Sandra Morine--Mrs. Dirk Brown
Robert Newbert--Employed in California
Grace Pushaw--Mrs. Douglas Miller
Sandra Richards--Mrs. James Hall
Juanita Upham--Mrs. Ernest Moon
CLASS OF '54
Robert Austin--Attending East-Coast
Ronald Barker--Employed by Barker's
Gerald Bartlett--Employed by Cleo Bartlett
Ronald Creamer--Attending U. of M.
Joyce Hanson--Mrs. Arthur VJ. Morin
Lynette Hilt--Attending U. of M.
Edward Jacobs--Air Force
Rita Leinonen--Attending Farmington State
Joan Lemar--Mrs. William Trundy
Robert Linscott--Employed by Medomak
Janice Moody--Attending I-Iusson College
Alice Prescott--Mrs. Lawrence Merrifield
Geraldine Tolman--Employed by Sylvania
Clarence Whitney--Air Force
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