Union High School - Reflector Yearbook (Union, ME)
- Class of 1964
Page 1 of 96
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UNION HIGH SCHOOL
Because of the leadership, guidance, and friendship you have
shown us during the past two years as our class advisor, we, the
Senior Class, dedicate the 1964 REFLECTOR to you -
MR. WANDELL NEWCOMB
'One more year of climbing up and down
hese stairs will do me in for sure."
SEATED: Mrs. Hardie, Mrs. Messer, Mrs. Curran. STANDING: Mr. Knight, Mr. Sherman, Mr
Newcomb, Mr. Fogleman, Mr. Rochon.
MRS. MARY HELEN HARDIE
University of Maine
University of Michigan
Science and Mathematics
MRS. ANNABELLE MESSER
French and English
National Honor Society
MRS. SALLY CURRAN
MR. WANDELL NEWCOMB
Gorham State Teachers College
MR. RICHARD KNIGHT
University of Maine
Athletic Director I
Varsity Basketball, Track
MR. GEORGE SHERMAN
University of Maine
PRINCIPAL - MR. WILLIAM ROCHON
University of Maine
MR. LOUIS COOK
University of Maine
J . V. Basketball
REV. WESLEY WOODMAN
Bangor Theological Seminary
University of Maine
Substitute for Mr. Cook
MR. FREEMAN GARNISS
MR. MAXWELL FOGLEMAN
Who asked you, Freshman
GARY BASIL BARTLETT - Bartlett - Industrial Arts
"Don't marry for money, it's cheap
December 8, 1945 - Freshman Basketballg Band 2, 3, 4g Track
3, 4g Baseball 3, 4g Teen Age Road-e-o 4g Yearbook staff 4,
Advertising Staff 4, Radio Club 4g Chorus 2.
DOROTHY BENDER - Dot - General
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
LINDA AMES - Linda - College
"A man can make of himself what he will."
November 2, 1945 - Band 1.2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3g Chorus
l,2g Library Club 4g Musical 2.
LEONA ANDERSON - Leona - Commercial
"Life is only as bad as one makes it."
May 21, 1946 - Three-Act Play 3, 45 Easter Pageant lg One-
Act Play 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4g Thespians 2, 3, 45 National Hon
or Society 3, 4: Volleyball 1,2, 3, 43 Track 1, 45 Basketball 3,
4g Softball 1,23 Commercial Club 3, 4, F.T.A. lg Band 1, 2,
Chorus 2, Hi-Lite staff 3g Advertising Staff 3, Library Club 4.
er to borrow it."
RONALD EUGENE BENNETT - Ron - Commercial
"The world is at your feet, so take a walk."
May 20, 1946 - Three-Act Play 1, Class One-Act Play 2,
One-Act Play 4, National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Year-
book Staff 3, 4, Student Council 2, Cross Country 3, Commer
cial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 2
3, 4, Junior Varsity 1, Band l,2, U.I-l.S. Correspondent 2,
Hi-Lite Staff 2, 3, 4, Advertising Staff 4.
JUDY A. BEVERAGE - Judy - couege
"Don't worry about the past, but do your best in the future."
April 26, 1946 - Band l,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,2, Musical 1,2, 3.
JAMES K. BLAKE - Jimmy - General
"The higher we rise, the smaller the world becomes."
June 6, 1944.
ARTHUR R. BURGESS - Art - College
July 5, 1946 - One-Act Play 2, 3, 4, Three-Act Play 2, 3, 4,
National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Coun-
cil 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Assistant
Editor 3, Editor 4, Boys' State 3, Advertising Staff 3, 4, Sci-
ence Fair Winuer 1, Musical 2, 3, Science Club 3, Band l,2,
3, 4, Executive Committee 4, Baseball 1.2, 3, 4, Freshman
Basketball 1, JV Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Manager 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM A. BURNS - Billy - Vocational
" Never trust a woman."
September 11, 1946 - Transfer from Crosby 33 Three-Act
Play 3, 43 Teen Age Road -e-o 43 Cross Country 33 Varsity
Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4.
LINDA LEE COLLINS - Bloomy - College
January 26, 1946 - Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Advisory Committee 1, 2, 3
43 Band Queen 23 Chorus 1, 23 Musical 2, 3, 4, Director 43
ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer 3, President 43 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary
43 Student Council 4g Yearbook staff 4g Sports Editor 43
Advertising Staff 3, 4, Manager 43 Girls' State Delegate 3.
REBECCA A. COLLINS - Becky - General
"Don't put off until tomorrow, what you can do today."
August 22, 1943 - Radio Club 1.2, 33 Chorus 1,22 Commercial
Club 2, 33 Library Club 4.
JEAN LOU-ISE CRAMER - Jeannie - College
"Let your conscience be your guide."
May 22, 1946 - Band 1,2, 3,43 Cheerleader 1.2, 3,42 F.T.A.
33 Local Science Fair 23 Regional Science Fair 2g Three-Act
Play 3, 43 One-Act Play 3, 43 National Thespian Society 3, 43 '
Volleyball 2, 33 Softball 1, 2, 33 National Honor Society 43
Science Club 43 Musical 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2.
"You must accept things as they come and people as they are.
National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soft-
RICHARD LARRY HANNAN 1 Larry - Industrial Arts
"If you stop to think, you'1l think to stop."
MARY RAE HARDIE - Mary - College
" Silence is golden. "
June 21, 1946 - Threeulict Play 3, National Thespian Society
3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Band
l,2, 3, 4, Band Committee 1,2, 3, 4, Band Treasurer 2, 3, 4,
Regional Science Fair Winner 1, 2, State Science Fair Winner
1, Basketball Manager 3.
KERWIN ELWOOD CREAMER - Curly - General
"Giving is a grace, the lack of which is a disgrace."
December 24, 1945 - Chorus 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play
2, Musical 2, 3, National Thespian 3, 4, Teenage Road-e-o
3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Treasurer 4, Radio Club 4, Library Club 4.
DOROTHY ECKERT - Dot - Commercial
"Mischief lurks behind the smile."
September 2, 1946 - Musical 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Advertising
Staff 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Lite Staff 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Radio Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3.
JOHN B. HUBBARD - Johnny - College
"Be true unto thyself and as surely as day follows night you
shall be false to no man."
January 26, 1946 - Band 1.2, 3, 4g Science Club 4, National
Honor Society 4, Radio Club 4, Science Fair Winner 3.
JUDITH VALERIE JONES - Valerie - Commercial
" Where there is no hope. there can be no endeavour."
November 4, 1945 - Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3g Musical Re-
view 2g Commercial Club 3.
Cl-IERYL ANITA HAWES - Cheryl - College
"I think, therefore I am! "
January 22, 1946 - Basketball 1,2, 3, 4g Softball 2, 3,43 Track
3, 4g Volleyball 2, 35 Thespians 3, 4: National Honor Society
45 Advertising Staff 3, 4, Yearbook staff 3, 4, Musical 2, 3.4:
Class .Treasurer 4, Class Vice-President 23 One-Act Play 3, 4,
ROBERT HOWARD - Bobby - Industrial Arts
"The future is there for those who prepare for it."
October 18, 1944.
CHARLOTTE KATTENHORN - Charlie - Commercial
"Learn from the mistakes of others - you can't live long
enough to make them all yourself."
April 24, 1946 - One-Act Play 1, 43 Three-Act Play lg
National Thespian Society 1,2, 3, 4, Debating lg Prize Speak-
ing lg Yearbook staff 4g Advertising Staff, Student Council 1,
Secretary lg Class President 35 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Treas
urer 3, Secretary 4, Hi-Lite Staff 2, 3,45 Science Club lg
Radio Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 Chorus lg Cheerleading
1, 2g Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 4.
GARY S. KIRKPATRICK - Gary - Industrial Arts
"Put off today, what you can do tomorrow."
May 25, 1946 - Freshman Basketballg I. V. Basketball l,2g
One-Act Play 2g Teen-Age Road-e-o 4.
MARGUERITE MILDRED LINSCOTT - Marguerite - College
"To question opinions is wiseg to quarrel with facts is foolish.
March 27, 1946 - Musical 2, Chorus 2: Yearbook Staff 4,
Business Manager 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
MARGARET JANE MCALLISTER - Peggy - General
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you, cry, and you cry
April 3, 1946 - Volleyball 35 Commercial Club 3: Radio
Club 1,2, 3,45 Chorus 1,2g Hi-Lite Staff 3. V
CARY JANE MOODY - Moody - Commercial
"All's fair in love and war."
October 16, 1946 - One-Act Play 4, Class Secretaey 4, Vol-
leyball 1, 2, 45 Softball 1, 3, 4, Basketball lg Commercial Club
2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4, Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 4, Hi-Lite Staff 3, 4, Chorus 1,23 Musical 1, 2g Library
DENNIS KEITH MOODY - Den - Industrial Arts
"The hardest victory to win is the conquest of oneself."
October 1, 1946 - One-Act Play 3,43 Three-Act Play lg
National Thespian Society 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4: Debating 2,
Prize Speaking 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Bas-
ketball, J.V. Basketball 2g Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4g
Chorus 1, 2, Teen Age Road-e-o 43 Library Club 4, Yearbook
ARTHUR WADE NISBET - Artie - Industrial Arts
"Life is Only what you make it."
February 21, 1945 - Track 3, 4, Band 1,2, 3, 4, Chorus 1,2.
ELSIE FRANCES NORWOOD -' Elsie - General
"Don't wish for anything you can't get."
May 23, 1944.
MARIORIE L. NOYES - Margie - General
"Look for the best in others, you will always find something
June 14, 1946 - Chorus 1.2, 3, Commercial Club 3, Library
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 2.
WILLIAM RAYMOND O'IALA - Billy - Industrial Arts
" Why do today what you can do tomorrow?"
August 13, 1946 - Transfer student hom Rockland High
School 3, Band 3, 4.
RICHARD PAYSON - Rickie - Industrial Arts
"The world we live in, is what we, ourselves, make it."
June 19, 1945 - Freshman Basketball 1, J. V. Basketball 1,
2, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, One-Act Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Three-Act
Play 3, 4, Stage Hand 2, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 2, 3,
4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Advertising staff 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4,
Class President 2, Class Vice-President 3, Commercial Club
3, "Hi-Lites" Staff 3, Chorus 1, 2, Older Boys' Conference 2,
Boys' State, Alternate 3.
JERRY LEE SIDELINGER - Jerry L Industrial Arts
"It's not the quantity, it's the qual1ty."
February 14, 1946 - Class Vice-President 4.
ANTHONY E. VIGUE - Tony - Industrial Arts
" When you think you have all the answers, you haven't asked
all the questions yet.
December 21, 1946 - Baseball 3,4, Library Club 2, 4.
PATRICIA ANN WALLACE - Pat - College
"The only way to have friends, is to be a friend."
July 12, 1946 - Class Treasurer 2, 3, Class President 4, One-
Act Play 3, 4, Three-Act Play 3, National Thespian Society
3, 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, Yearbook staff
4, Commercial Club 2, 3,,4, Secretary 3, Radio Club 2, 3,
F.T.A. 4, Library Club 4, President 4, Band 1,2, 3, 4, Head
Majorette 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1,
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4, Softball 1,2, 3, 4, General
Manager of Magazine Drive 3.
ANTHONY CHARLES TAYLOR - Anth - Commercial
"Time spend in laughter is well invested."
November 1, 1946 - One-Act Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Three-Act Play
1, National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Musical 2, 3, 4, Prize
Speaking 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Advertising Staff 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-President 2, President 3, Assistant 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Cross
Country Manager 2, Basketball Manager 2, Scorekeeper 1, 2,
Library Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Lite Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 3, Editor
4, Chorus 1.
LINDA TURFFS - Linda - College
"Be yourself, no one else can do it as well."
September 4, 1946 - One-Act Play 1, 2, 3, League One-Act
Play Contest 2, 4, Thespian Musical 2, 3, 4, National Thespian
Society 2, 3, 4, Three-Act Play 3, Thespian Student Director
4, Chorus 1, 2, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3,
4, Advertising staff 4.
HAROLD SANBORN WENTWORTH, IR. -' Brud - Industrial Arts
"Do unto others as they do unto you."
July 17, 1945 - Freshman Basketballg J .V. Basketball 1, 25
Varsity 2, 33 Commercial Club 2. '
VICTOR MAURICE WENTWORTH - Vic - Industrial Arts
"Live when you're young while you've got the chance."
January 23, 1946 - Transfer student from Camden 4g Auto-
motive Clubg Junior Variety Show 3.
JOHN R. GODERRE - Little Boy Blue - General
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. "
December 5, 1945 - Transfer student from Rockland 4g
Wrestling lg Track lg Soccer lg Baseball lg Science Club 4.
M.T.A. CERTIFICATES OF MERIT
ARTHUR BURGESS MARY HARDIE LDIDA TURFFS
High Honors - Math, High Honors - Math Honors Honors - English
English, and Total Achieve- - Total Achievement
D A R GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD
BETTY CROCKER AWARD
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President - PATRICIA WALLACE
Vice-President - JERRY SIDELINGER
Secretary - CARY JANE MOODY
Treasurer - CHERYL HAWES
GIRLS' STATE REPRESENTATIVE -' LINDA COLLINS
BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVE -' ARTHUR BURGESS
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CHARLOTTE KATTENHORN RICHARD PAYSON LINDA COLLINS
"Would you believe it -I next year 1,11
be a senior."
FIRST ROW: M. Paul, S. Leach, C. Miller, L. McAllister, B. Rich, L. Messer, A. Carroll, C.
Athearn, B. Brown, I. Kennedy, P. Gould, G. Watts. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sherman, Advisor, K.
Whitney, B. Brown, H. Aho, M. Pushaw, M. Moore, P. Norwood, I. Mitchell, S. Hilt, L. Grotton
L. Merrifield, B. Hilt, M. Berry, D. Danforth.
President - PAM GOULD
Vice-President - MIKE BERRY
Secretary - JO-ANN KENNEDY
Treasurer - ANITA CARROLL
"What do you mean, I copy everything
FIRST ROW: J. Goff, P. Moon, Z. Hawes, G. Meservey, E. Taylor, F. Flanders, D. Leonard, K.
Lonn, L. Brownell, M. Collins, P. Hopping. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hardie, Advisorg L. Knight, L.
Whitney, M. Havener, I. Collins, S. Upham, N. Simmons, M. Blake, V. Ludwig, K. Knudsen, C
Hardie, F. Hastings, B. Choate, S. Peckham, K. Jones, S. Harrington, B. Mank, L. Murphy, L.
Danforth, Mrs. Curran, Advisor. THIRD ROW: R. Hawes, A. Payson, B. Moody, W. Carver, W.
Ware, B. Stimpson, E. Norwood, L. Dean, G. Weaver, A. Hubbard, W. Moody, I. Clark, D,
Hannan, S. Smith, D. Luce, R. Kirkpatrick, L. Weaver, K. Cramer.
President - DEBORAH LEONARD
Vice-President - RICHARD KIRKPATRICK
Secretary - LINDA BROWNELL
Treasurer - IANICE GOFF
"Boy-these crew cuts they give you
are sort of chillylw
FIRST ROW: V. Millay, S. Deihl, K. O'Ja1a, N. Spear, S. Doughty, I. Meservy, P. McLeod, S.
Lovejoy, M. Hilt, M. Collins, L, Taylor, R. Collins. SECOND ROW: Mr. Fogelman, E. Nute, G
Grotton, M. Miller, B. Pitcher, K. Beverage, J. Upham, D. Hannan, I. Wentworth, D. Taylor, E
Leach. THIRD ROW: S. Savage, K. Clark, I. Knight, L. Harrington, G. Wyman, R. Tolman, D.
Wyllie, S. Gleason, P. Boggs, S. McMahon, S. Gracie.
President - STEVE GLEASON
Vice-President - NANCY SPEAR
Secretary - MARLENE HILT
Treasurer - SHARON LOVEJOY
So this is high school!"
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FIRST ROW: D. Clark, J. Stewart, R. Gleason, S. Walker, I. Carroll, R. Bryant, L. Davis, I.
Burns. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Messer, Advisorg F. Hannan, L, Athearn, P. Merrifield, I. Leach, R
Gleason, R. Scott, W. Richardson.
FIRST ROW: R. Diehl, B. Knudsen, L. Senior, D. Smith, S. Taylor, B. Miller, N. Blake, C.
Upham, N. Grotton, M. Merrifield, L. Heath, C. Burns. SECOND ROW: R. Wyman, K. Collins,
H. Bennett, G. Demuth, E. Bean, G. Roy, R. Aho, H. Beverage, P. Payson, M. McAllister, M.
Burgess, R. Collins, Mr. Knight, Advisor.
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meeting like this and I'll quit the club!"
SEATED: L. McAllister, A. Burgess, A. Taylor, P, Gould. STANDING: Mr. Rochon, Advisor, D
Clark, E. Taylor, L. Collins, N. Blake, M. Collins, K. Cramer.
President - ARTHUR BURGESS
Vice-President - ANTHONY TAYLOR
Secretary - LINDA McALLISTER
Treasurer - PAM GOULD
On September, 1963, Arthur Burgess was elected president by the student body. Other officers
were elected by the Student Council members.
On November 15 and 16, several members of the Student Council attended the Maine Student
Council Convention which was held at Lawrence High School, Fairfield. The theme of this
year's convention was "The Written Laws of Society - A Responsibility and a Privilege. "
The Student Council has undertaken numerous projects to raise money for school needs. Our
main goal this year has been to raise money for an athletic field. We realize that we cannot do
this alone and hope to arouse public interest in the project.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
SEATED: Mrs. Messer, Advisor, M. Linscott, A. Burgess, L. Collins, L, Turffs. STANDING: J.
Cramer, M. Hardie, J. Hubbard, L. Anderson, P. Wallace, C. Hawes.
President - ARTHUR BURGESS
Vice-President - CHERYL HAWES
Secretary - LINDA COLLINS
Treasurer - MARGUERITE LINSCOTT
Student Council Representative - LINDA COLLINS
This year our club has chosen to sell book covers to raise money.
As a major project we are cleaning out the library closet. The magazines are all sorted and
materials that may have future interest are going to be indexed.
A minor, but very important project is keeping the trophy case clean.
New members from the senior class are Cheryl Hawes, Patricia Wallace, John Hubbard, Jean
Cramer, Richard Payson, and Judith Beverage.
Last May our National Honor played host to the State National Honor Society. This was cus-
tomary as Walter Heathcote was the State President.
In December we presented a Christmas Assembly. Mr. Woodman led the singing of various
Christmas songs. lou "Santa Claus" Thurston distributed gag gifts to several students and all of
the lucky teachers. Everyone had a good time,
FIRST ROW: I. Goff, C. Hawes, C. Kattenhorn, L. Turffs, L. Collins, L. Messer, L. Anderson, B
Rich, P. Gould, P. Wallace. SECOND ROW: P. Hopping, J. Cramer, B. Brown, K. Knudsen, A.
Carroll, M. Hardie, C, Miller, Z, Hawes, Mr. Sherman, Advisor. THIRD ROW: K. Whitney, A.
Taylor, H. Aho, R. Payson, K. Creamer, A. Burgess, D. Moody, B. Brown, R. Bennett.
President - ARTHUR BURGESS Treasurer - BONNIE BROWN
Vice-President - BRUCE BROWN Librarian - CAROL MILLER
Secretary - PATRICIA WALLACE Clerk - CHERYL HAWES
Student Council - PAM GOULD
Thespain Troupe 1508 has been very active this year under the direction of our new advisor,
The Troupe presented the four one-act plays on the night of October 25. They were directed
by the four members withthe highest number of points, Anthony Taylor, Linda Turffs, Bonnie
Rich, and Arthur Burgess. -
Instead of the customary three-act play, the Troupe presented two one-act plays, "The Glass
Menagerie" and "The Case of the Crushed Petunias, " on February 20 and 21,
On'March 13, we entered the Regional One-Act Play Contest with a play entitled "Riders to
the Sea." April 9 and 10, the annual musical program, written and directed by Thespians
Cheryl Hawes and Linda Collins, was presented.
The Troupe concluded its activities for the year with the initiation of new members, election
of officers, and the presentation of awards.
"A SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD WOMAN"
Ronald Hawes, Kendall Whitney, Patricia Wallace, Charlotte Kattenhorn, Cary Jane'Moodyg Anthony
Hank Aho, Leona Anderson, Ronald Bennett, Cheryl Hawes, Nancy Spear, Patricia Hopping, Linda
Bonnie Rich, Directory Anita Carroll, Sylvia Doughty, Karen Knudsen, Janet Knight
"TEETH OF THE GIFT HORSE"
Arthur Burgess, Director: Carol Miller, Dennis Moody, Bormie Brown, Zoa Hawes, Richard Payson
SEATED: C. Kattenhorn, S. Leach. STANDING: L. McAllister, G, Watts, M. Paul, L. Anderson
D. Eckert, C. Moody, A. Taylor, I. Kennedy, R, Bennett, P. Wallace, Mrs. Curran, Advisor.
President - CARY JANE MOODY
Vice-President - SUSAN PECKHAM
Secretary - CHARLOTTE KATTENHORN
Treasurer - SALLY LEACH
The Union High School Commercial Club is one of the leading organizations
of the school. There are fourteen active members.
This year the club has been actively involved in editing the school newspaper,
"The Hi-Lites. " Anthony Taylor is our editor and Susan Peckham is our co-
editor. The paper is put out monthly.
The money raised from the sale of the paper goes toward the purchasing of
the Gregg Commercial Awards.
SEATED: J. Goderre, I. Hubbard, C. Hardie. STANDI.NG: L. Whitney, I. Cramer, Mr. Knight
Advisor: Mrs. Hardie, Advisor: I. Clark, A, Smith, S. Upham, F. Flanders, M. Hardie.
This year the Union High School Science Club has sponsored its two annual events. First was
the Halloween Dance in November. The purpose of this dance was to provide money for the
second and most important event. This was the Science Fair, which was held on March Sixth.
There were exhibits in chemistry, biology, and general science. There were talks in chemisuy
and biology. The winners were:
Chemistry talks and demonstrations: Exhibits in Chemistry:
1. Jean Cramer 1125 1. Mary Hardie 1125
2. Arthur Burgess 1125 2. Linda Ames 1125
3, Hank Aho 1115 3. Anita Carroll 1115
Biology talks and demonstrations: Exhibits in Biology:
1. Karen Jones 1105 1. Carol Hardie 1105
2. Elaine Taylor 1105 2. Bradley Moody 1105
3. Sally Peckham 1105 3. Janet Knight 195
Honorable Mention: Exhibits in General Science:
Ronnie Aho 175 1. Grace Watts 1115
Dona Lisa Smith 175 2. Karen Lonn 1105
3, Peggy McAllister 1125
The high school winners participated in the Regional Science F air at Gardiner on March 21.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
SEATED: L. Messer, K. Creamer, A. Carroll, L. Collins, S. Peckham, C. Hardie, B. Rich.
STANDING: K. Cramer, S. Lovejoy, M. Hilt, S. Doughty, B. Mank, K. Jones, S. Savage, D.
Leonard, P. Wallace, K. O'jala.
President - LINDA COLLINS Historian - DEBORAH LEONARD
Vice-President - ANITA CARROLL Program Chairman - BONNIE RICH
secretary - SALLY PECKHAM Pariiamemarian - KAREN JoNEs 'I
Treasurer - KERWIN CREAMER Student Council Representative - KEITH CRAMER
On October 2, 1963, the Harland A. Ladd Future Teachers of America Club held its first
meeting of the school year.
On November 6, 1963, we had the installation of officers and new members. Mr. Sherman
installed the officers. Other teachers and students took part.
As a special Christmas project, we filled two baskets with many different foods. These were
distributed to the worthy families in town to help them have a Merry Christmas.
In January of 1964, the club members began observation work in the elementary grades by
assisting the teachers in correcting papers and conducting classes. They'he1ped the students and
teachers in any way they could.
On March 28, our group attended the F. T.A, State Convention at Rockland High School. This
was enjoyed very much by everyone.
We want to thank Miss Hughes, our advisor, for the many valuable suggestions that she has
offered us this year. All of the members feel that they have profited greatly by being in this
FIRST ROW: J. Goff, P. Hopping, I. Beverage, K. O'Ia1a, M, Paul, Z. Hawes, L. Brownell, N.
Spear, L. Taylor, M. Noyes, R. Collins. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Messer, Advisor, J. comms, P.
Gould, S. Peckham, P. Wallace, S. Leach, B. Rich, P. Boggs, L. Messer, A. Carroll, L. Ander
son, B. Brown, J. Kennedy, I. Knight, S, McMahon, L, McAllister, C. Miller, L. Whitney.
THIRD ROW: S. Lovejoy, S. Doughty, S. Gracie, K. Cramer, K. Whitney, I. Clark, D. Moody
I. Mitchell, T. Vigue, K. Creamer, H. Aho, W. Burns, D. Taylor, R. Hawes, B. Mank, K.
President - PATRICIA WALLACE
Vice-President - PAM GOULD
Secretary - BONNIE BROWN
Treasurer - SALLY LEACH
The Library Club has made considerable progress during the past year. The Class of 1961
donated money for construction of a library table, which was built by the members of the Indus-
trial Arts Course in the shop. We have increased our treasury by selling books, collecting fines,
and sponsoring record hops.
Two members of the Library Club act as librarians each periodg assisting students in finding
reference materials, cataloging new books, keeping records of books that are borrowed, and
keeping the library quiet, orderly, and neat.
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SEATED: Z. Hawes, G. Flanders, J. Kennedy, C. Kattenhorn, R. Bennett, C. Moody, D. Eckert
C. Athearn, S. Peckham, P, McAllister. STANDING: Mr. Fogleman, Advisorg K. Cramer, D.
Taylor, G. Bartlett, I. Hubbard, K. Creamer, D. Moody, A. Taylor, R. Hawes.
President - RONNIE BENNETT
Vice-President - CHARLOTTE KATTENHORN
Secretary - CARY JANE MOODY
Treasurer - DOROTHY ECKERT .
The Union High School Radio Club was reorganized on October 9, 1963. At this meeting,
officers were elected and Mr. Fogleman was appointed as advisor with Anthony Taylor as chief
Programs were prepared and presented throughout the entire winter season each Tuesday at
4 P.M. over WRKD in Rockland.
On these programs various subjects were discussed. A'few important topics were school prob-
lems, class trips, and facts about the State of Maine.
Our advisor took us on a trip in March to Bangor to visit the radio and television stations. It
was a very worth-while trip.
The Radio Club wishes to express its sincere appreciation to WRKD for the opportunity they
gave us to use their facilities and studios.
Members of the Radio Club this year are: Z. Hawes, J. Kennedy, C. Kattenhorn, R. Bennett
C. Moody, C. Athearn, S. Peckham, P. McAllister, K. Cramer, D. Taylor, G. Bartlett, J.
Hubbard, K. Creamer, D. Moody, A. Taylor, and R. Hawes.
KNEELING: B. Brown, L. McAllister. SITTING: K. Cramer, B. O'jala, K. Creamer, A. Burgess,
J. Hubbard, K. Beverage, G. Grotton, R. Aho. FIRST ROW: P. Wallace, L. Collins, S. Harrington,
P. Payson, J. Knight, S. Walker, R. Bryant, L. Danforth, N. Spear, S. Peckham, F. Flanders, J.
Goff, D. Leonard, S. Savage. SECOND ROW: K. Lonn, G. Bartlett, H. Aho, S. Upham, L. Har-
rington, D. Rochon, V. Ludwig, D. Moody, A. Nisbit, N. Grotton, J. Cramer, K. O'ja1a, J.
Beverage. THIRD ROW: A. Danforth, L. Heath, S. Taylor, L. Ames, S, Peckham, D. Eckert, I.
Kennedy, M. Hardie, L. Messer, I. Carroll, A. Carroll, C. Hardie, M. Blake, Z. Hawes, E. Leach
The eighth year of the Union School Band-has found us with no full-time band director, but
Mr. Garniss is doing an excellent job with the time he has. The conditions this year are trying,
but we are all making the best of the situation.
Although this is not our most active year, we have had some activities. On December 3, we
had the pleasure of playing a joint concert, here, with the Waterville Wind Ensemble. On March
20, we played another joint concert, this dme with the Georges Valley High School Band.
Later in the season, we had our annual Band Dance. This is a project that requires planning
and work, but we all enjoy it and have a good time. It is becoming an anticipated part of our
The Band will take part in the Central Maine Music Festival in Belfast this year.
The Band will lose many members this year by graduation, but we already have new mem-
bers starting to-play so they can step up and fill the missing chairs.
The Band Committee this year isg Linda Collins, Arthur Burgess, Hank Aho, and Mary Hardie.
Other officers areg Carol Hardie - Scrap Book, Dot Eckert - Secretary, and Mary Hardie - Treas-
TEENAGE ROAD-E-o g
P. King, W. Cunningham, J. Howard, R. Linwood.
In May, 1968, the annual Knox -Lincoln
Teenage Road - e - o was held. For the
seventh consecutive year, Union High School
was victorius. James A. Howard won honor
for himself and his school by receiving the
highest score in both a written examination
and road test.
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KNEELING: D. Leonard, Manager: I. Knight, P. Hopping, B. Choate, J Kennedy C Hawes
Gould, B. Rich, Manager. STANDING: L. Collins, K. Knudsen, C. Hardie L Anderson, M
Blake, N. Simmons, Mrs. Hardie, Coach.
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- - 25 Waldobero - - -
- - 35 Georges Valley - - -
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- - 16 Wiscasset ----- -
- - 27 Boothbay Region - -
- - 38 Appleton - - - -
- - 21 Camden - - -
- - 46 Waldoboro - - - -
- - 24 Georges Valley - - -
- - 36 Lincoln Academy - -
- - 30 Wiscasset ----- -
- - 28 Boothbay Region - -
- - 31 Rockport ---- -
Compliments of DR. and MRS. JOHN HOPPING
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KNEELING: K. Cramer, Managerg A. Hubbard, G. Wyman, I. Mitchell B Brown Manager
STANDING: Mr. Knight, Coachg B. Burns, D. Moody, D. Hills, A Burgess R Payson R Ben
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Union - - - - 42
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
KNEELING: A. Smith, B. Moody, A. Payson, D. Hannan. STANDING: K. Cramer, Scorekeeperg
R. Hawes, K. Whitney, H. Aho, Mr. Rochon, Coach: I. Wentworth, D, Taylor, B. Brown, Manager
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
'KNEELING: L. Athearn, E. Brownell, R. Aho, I. Leach, R. Gleason, R. Scott, F. Harman, E.
Blake, D. Rochon. STANDING: A. Wyman, Mr. Newcomb, Coach, M, Burgess.
GIRLS' TRACK SPRING or 1963
Mr. Knight, Coach, P. Hopping, N. Blake, P. Wallace, N. Simmons, P. Gould, P. Brown, N.
Prescott, K. Knudsen.
BOYS' TRACK SPRING OF 1963
KNEELING: A. Payson, G. Bartlett, W. Grossman, W. Heathcote, A. Nesbit, B. Moody. STAND-
ING: D. Moody, I. Payson, H. Aho, A. Hubbard, A, Burgess, R, Payson, K. Whitney, Mr. Knight,
SQFTBALL SPRING OF 1963
KNEELING: K. Jones, P. Brown, F. Flanders, L. McAllister, P. Hopping, N. Prescott, P. Wallace,
P. Gould, Z. Hawes, D. Leonard. STANDING: Mrs. Hardie, Coach, M. Blake, D, Laukka, C,
Hardie, K. Knudsen, L. Collins, N. Simmons.
KNEELING: P. Hopping, I. Knight, I. Kennedy, L. Collins, C. Moody, N. Simmons, M. Blake,
P. Gould, K. Jones, STANDING: M.r. Rochon, Coachg M. Collins, M, Hilt, S. Doughty, S. Savage
L. McAllister, L. Anderson, B. Choate, S. McMahon, I. Collins, B. Mcleod, L. Taylor, R. Collins.
BASEBALL SPRING or 1963
SEATED: H. Aho, L. Weaver, B. Burns, B. Moody. KNEELING: A. Payson, G. Bartlett, W.
Heathcote, W. Grossman, D. Moody. STANDING: G. Weaver, A. Burgess, J. Payson, T. Vigue,
R. Payson, Mr. Newcomb, Coach.
KNEELING: A. Hubbard, D. Moody, R. Payson. STANDING: Mr. Newcomb, Coachg K. Beverage,
D. Taylor, A. Payson, B. Moody, A. Burgess, Manager.
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CLASS OF '63
Patricia Brown - University of Maine
Marjorie Collins - Employed at Sylvania, Wal-
Wayne Cunningham - Hanson's Barber School,
Shirley Hawes - Farmington State Teachers
Walter Heathcote - University of Maine
James Howard - United States Navy
Kathleen Hutchins - At home
Philip King - United States Navy
Gai1'Kirkpatrick - Mrs. Robert Whittier
Gary Leach - United States Navy
Lloyd Light - United States Army
Ronald Linwood - Moved to Mexico
Patricia McAllister - Employed at Sylvania,
Sharon A. Miller - Employed at Sylvania,
sharon R. Miner - Empioyed at Sylvania,
Charlotte Nute - Employed at State Prision,
Gerald Payson - Lucas Tree Company, Bangor
Nancy Prescott - Gorham State Teachers College
Lee Saucier - University of Maine
Reginald Upham - Employed at Grevis Payson's,
Benjamin Watts - Self-Ernployed
CLASS OF '62
Mary Alice Barker - Fisher College
Barry Bennett - Employed at home
Virginia Bowman - Mrs. Michael Bulger
Anna Christiansen - Mrs. Rex Bickford
Norma Collins - Mrs. Robert Mederios
Philip Doughty - United States Navy
Patricia Farrow - Boston University
Peter Fogg - United States Navy
John Gould - United States Air Force
Catherine Guyette - Gorham State Teachers
Maxey Hannan - United States Army
Donald Hastings - United States Air Force
Judith Havener - Mrs. Raymond Robinson
Mary Hawes - Employed by John Hancock In
surance Company, Boston
Joyce Hills - Employed at Massachusetts General
Donald Hilt, Irs - United States Army
Pamela Hopping - Mrs. Ronald Kenoyer, Urnver
sity of Maine
Judith Howard - Mrs. Grevis Grinnell, University
Carleton Ingerson - United States Navy
Robert Jacobs - United States Air Force
Dexter Leach - United States Army
Mary Lehto - MIS. Craig Leonard
Diane Messer - Eastern Maine General Hospital
Edgar Moody - Employed at home
Dale Powell - Mrs. Jerome Braun
Carolyn Spear - Boston University
Minot Watts - United States Navy
Sara Wentworth - Maine Medical Center
Joel Wyman - United States Navy
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HASKELL 8. CORTHELL
THE WOMAN'S SHOP
Ca,mden's One Stop
Store for the Whole Family
to the Class of 1964
ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS, INC. 1
ICE CREAM Get
SEAL TEST FOODS
Rockland , Maine
H. A. HAWES
Pure Bred Holstein Cattle
DR. ARNOLD C. WALKER
Phone 785- 3141
Groceries - Provisions and
Meat WOOLEN CO.
Phone 832- 5374
ROCKLAND DEALERS ASSOCIATION
AUTHORIZED NEW CAR DEALERS
Fuller Cadillac 8: Olds, Inc. Reichheld Motors, Inc
Hopkins, C. W. Sr Son, Inc. Rockland Ford Sales
Millers Garage, Inc. Stanley's Garage
Nelson, Ellery T. , Inc. Shepperd Chevrolet
CUNNINGHAM BROTHERS, INC.
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CAMDEN NATIONAL BANK
Camden - Union
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Riverdale Stock Farm
Norwood and Sons
Gwen Philbrook Beauty Salon
Shop N' Save
Elsie J. Wallace
C. R. Wallace and Son
McDonald's Drug Store
J. C. Robinson and Son
Clark's Drug Store
Jones Dept. Store
F. Ludwig and Son
Senebec Boy's Camp
Rag Bag Shop
Dinsmore Shoe Store
Dutch Chevrolet and Olds
Fernald's Dept. Store
Field and Quirnbly, Inc.
Hi1l's Rexall Drug
Home Supply Center
F. E. Morrow
Clifford F. O'Rourke
Colomers Barber Shop
Boynton-McKay Drug Co. , In
The Wentworth Shop
The Tweed Shop
E. E. Joyce
Camden Farmers' Union
Bill's Texaco Service
Camden Depositors Trus
French 8: Braun, Inc.
J. C. Curtis, Hardware
The Village Shop
Camden 5, 10, Sl Store
'I'ri- Corner Market
Payson's Apple Farm
Sprowl B rothers'
Annis' American Station
W. T. Grant
United Co-Op Farmers
Lucien K. Green
W. C. Ladd
Clark's Flower Shop
Carroll Cut Rate
McLain Shoe Store
Rockland Music Co.
Union Street Esso
Hunt's Barber Shop
Dr. B. F. Burgess
Huston-Tuttle Book Store
Paul's Barber Shop
C. S. Roberts, Att.
Al's Hairstyling and Barber Shop
No. Lubec Mfg. and Canning Co
Gifford's Music Store
Gerald C. Pendleton, D. D S
Stuart C. Burgess
John L. Knight
Moran Insurance Co.
Economy Clothing Store
W. H. Glover
Edward Gonia Wallpaper
M. B. 8: C. O. Perry Fuel
United Home Supply Co.
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