University of Maine at Farmington - Yearbook (Farmington, ME)

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The lherne ol: a proi- ilable and happy life is lhe lheme of Jrhis 1938 E'FiGSSGHGSS-TO- GETHER. Lin - , 5 ' -"fig .X :A " -1 if-Fr if -' Q 1,1-ew -, .:. I-V R9' .3 I x Q HTC iii 1, , -ii W' ""' ' ii" '? EESEEESZQJ' sf :ew i ,543 ii- -ii ' Q Flifrz . '- i T , e mi, 'W ,N wf:Tigfw331,,iTili " 5? i '- 1 i i ii " 'N iw: 'i --J !,E5,.,x:,f1::i555eQs: ,Ni T T 35, in Sift' i , 5 'T K , aaa if T' , W ,, T H TTTTTTHTT T SW 'ii i , T kiwi, T, H, H -4 DW T ,H W HH ii iii iii' W JL M ii ii i W an-an 'Mi ii " ' i mum ii mimi ' ff iligvi i in ii5ii'f'i5i2lsfiQ niwafgg T THE BELFRY TOWER . . . The belfry tower . . . Vestigiczl organ . . . Iden- tifying chcirclcterisiic ofuschool building . . . It hose nice profile. Dedication To ONE wilh whom we have worked in class wiih numbers, never asked 'ro do Thai which he himself could noi dog one wilh whom we have worked under ihe N. Y. A. as numbers, never as- signed a iaslc which he himself would noi do: one wiih whom we have played al C. A. funciions, a consisienl pariicipani in Those parly games of his own sugges- Jriong one whose influence we recognize in The eslablishmenl of Jrhe Alumni Gymnasium, lhe Sludenl-Faculiy Cooperalive Government and lhe Kappa Della Phi l-lousegio Errol L. Dear- born who believes and praclices Jrhe ari and science of a life in school logelher, we lake pride and pleasure in dedicaling lhe I938 El-iesseness. ERROL L. DEARBORN Arrangement FRONTISPIECE FOREWORD DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION CLASSES HALLS AND CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISEMENTS Administration i VA: 2.1 Q5 -gr! . V. Y, ,, gn' ..n5:.g,g,1J,,,,f- : qs., - I.. M V nr : xr-J zwfsf, V W , . f,5-V ' gr-V , , . '- . 'J aw' ' 'C .i5:gf..., if .,1, :i i f"'W'- Mimi-.1-"1 W" " 'A ' W. "Ti:'i.2'I'T5 ir ,. im' ..+-. ' 'JW ' - .s .-.- ,-nw:--:' - ' V' - ' ,i ' ' ' .im .pf ' . " "F" ' iii: .1-" . -,rg 'xg-1,,. .af ,. .-1 , A fx,.,?4 -.-1' , .. 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'Coe-College, Iowa Iowa State College I-lome Management Cedar Rapids, Iowa LENA L. WYMAN, M.A. University of Maine ' Columbia University Foods, Nutrition East Lebanon ERROL L. DEARBORN Assistant Principali Mathematics Christian Association Adviser Farmington EMMA M. MAHONEY Supervisor of Training Farmington JULIA B. COX Assistant Supervisor of Training Freeport MRS. STELLA G. DAKIN Education Publications Adviser New Sharon RUTH GRIFFITHS Music Musical Organizations Director North Andover, Mass. EDNA M. HAVEY lnclustrial Arts Farmington INGEBORG School Nurse Health Farmington RICHARD P. History Farmington C. JOHANSEN, R. N. MALLET, M.A. AGNES P. MANTOR Head of History Department Farmington ERNESTINE L. MERRILL English Assistant Plays and Players Director Orono ALMA SHMAUK Art 6 York Terrace Brookline, Mass. MRS. MARY E. TILTON Physical Education VIRGINIA A. PORTER Head of English Department Modern Authors Club Adviser Pembroke CHARLES S. PREBLE Geography Science Club Adviser Farmington L. JOSEPH ROY, M.A. Sciencef Economics Director of Men's Athletics South Paris Director of Women's Athletics Albion ARTHUR D. INGALLS Training School Principal Eighth Grade Farmington ELEANOR C. McKEEN Seventh Grade Fort Kent DOROTHEA HODGKINS Sixth Grade Farmington MRS. EVA H. NICKERSON Fifth Grade Farmington MRS. GERTRUDE Y. SAWYER Fourth Grade Corinna GERALDINE STODDARD Kindergarten Deer isle IOLA H. PERKINS Music Gardiner MRS. GLADYS DeWEVER Third Grade Farmington ZILDA J. BROWN Second Grade Farmington FRANCES McKENZIE First Grade Phillips MP4 5.11 Q MRS. MARAH WEBSTER Art Chesterville MRS. MARION H. BOYCE Model Rural School Temple PAUL S. CHAPMAN Assistant Industrial Arts Bethel MRS. MARY ELLA ROUNDS Substitute West Farmington MRS. NETTIE S. ROUNDS Bursar Farmington MRS. MARCIA V. KENNISTON South l-loll Motron MRS. MINNIE MANTOR Purington l-loll Motron MRS. JOSEPHINE T. VCSE Willows Motron MRS. ELLA B. TABBUTT Palmer lr-lcxll Mcltron MRS. ALICE WHITCOMB Fraternity House Mother MRS. JANE YOST The Lodge Motron Mrs. White, Miss Wood, Mrs. Grealon, Mrs. l-larding, Miss Brennan, Miss Richardson Miss Kenoyer, Miss Russell, Mr. Siarbird, Mrs. Kempton, Miss Vainio PRACTICE SCHOOL TEACHERS Page Twenty Upper Grades Miss Rebecca M. Brennan Miss Alice R. Richardson Myron E. Siarbird Miss Alice M. Kenoyer Farmington Falls West Farmington Fairbanlcs New Vineyard Lower Grades Miss Irma Russell Mrs. Sylnilla A. White Mrs. Myrtie M. Greaton Miss Vida B. Wood Rural Temple lniervale Mrs. Anna F. Harding Temple Village Miss 'laimi Vainio Allen's Mills Mrs. Esther Y. Kempton Wilton Grade 8 Mrs. lheda Munson Grade 7 F. Gilbert Miller Grade 5 Miss Geraldine V. Phelps Grade 4 Miss Ella McGlauflin Grade 3 Mrs. Eleanor Bump , ,.,. , , ,W Treasurer, Norman MacWilliam, Secretary, Thirza Chandlery Vice-President, Donald Fishy President, Ralph Springer SCHOOL GOVERNMENT " ..... for student and faculty participation in the life and government of Farming- ton State Normal School." FACULTY ASSEMBLY president .... Rrirt. Wilbert lVlCtllGl't STUDENT ASSEMBLY President ...... Ralph R. Springer Vice-President ...... R. Donald Fish Secretary . . . Thirza I-l. Chandler Treasurer . . Norman D. lVlacWilliam COMMITTEE OFFICERS Chairman Secretary Attendance and Permissions Dormitory Life . . . Field Service . . . Programs and Social Training Publications . . . Recreation . . . . Kathleen Whitney . Frances Lancaster . . William Starbird . . Woodrow Mercier . . Glennys Cross . Frances Giles Sara Curtis Alma Comins Dora Higgins Sara Whitney Phyllis l'laWlcins Mary Rush Page Twenty-one Whitten, Lancler, Titcomb, Bentley, Wright, Taylor, Yorke, Abbott, Maxell, Bc-utilier, Rowe, E. Giles Nye, Mosher, Kessell, Lahti, MacWilliam, Springer, Fish, Chandler, Purlcis, Van Horne, Eaton, Fox SENATE President Ralph Springer Vice-President Donald Fish Secretary Thirza Chandler Treasurer Norman MacWilliam Freshmen juniors Seniors Catherine Bentley l-larland Abbott Joseph Fox Evelyn Giles Wendell Eaton Elsie Lahti Arthur l-lenderson Erma Mosher Robert Kessell Virginia Lander Mary Purlcis Flint Taylor Alzaleen Titcomb Mary Nye Charles Wright George Van Horne Alice Rowe Verne Whitten l-lelen Wood Richard Yorlce Freshmen Home Economics junior Home Economics Aileen Boutilier Gertrude Maxell Sophomore Home Economics Senior Home Economics Mary Proctor Thirza Chandler Page Twenty-two Hawkins, C. Farnham, Robinson, Cross, Mr. Preble, D. Strout, Miss Mades, Miss Merill, R. Merry, Higgins Seniors Juniors Donald Strout, Chairman Phyllis l'lawlcins Glennys Cross Darrol Robinson Carlene Farnham Ruth Merry Dora l"liggins, l-lome Economics Department Faculty Miss Margaret Modes Miss Ernestine Merrill Charles S. Preble Principal W. G. Mallett, Ex-Officio IUDICIARY Page Twenty-three . . . APPl2OXlMATEl.Y EIGHT OCLOCK . . . Sfrogglers goin their second wind . . . The bell rings . . . The bell is topped . . . "l-lymn number -" . . . We begin another day together. Page Twenty-four Classes Page Twenty-five t . . . Our lost contoct cts members of the school . . . Our paths will soon seporote . . . Thus ormecl we foce the world . . . Another life together with others. Pog e Twenty-six SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1. t, 1 ,- ,L 1t.5r?2t", QQEIM r john Woodrow Vallely Sarah Mary Curtis President Vice-President General Department Home Economics Department Marian Dinsmore Stover Mary Louise Warren Secretary Treasurer Home Economics Department General Department Page Twenty-seven Page Twenty-eight MELBA MAE BUTTERFIELD Bridgton Bridgton High School B. S. in Home Economics Graduate of three-year Home Economics Course, 1996, Teaching experience, Castine Normal School 1925-1928, Olcl Saybrook, Conn. 1929-1937. THIRZA HALENA CHANDLER Farmington Strong High School B. S. in Home Economics School Government Secretary 4, Senate 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, Secretary 1, Outing Club 4, Modern Authors Q, 4, Plays and Players 1, Q, Minor Sports 1, Q, N. Y. Conference 3, Moss. Home Ec. Conference 3. ELIZABETH MARIE COOMBS Boothbay Harbor Boothbay Harbor High School B. S. in Home Economics Dormitory President Q, Class President Q, Outing Club 3, Science Society 9, 3, Modern Authors 1-3, F Club, President 3, Minor Sports, 1-3, Major Sports 1, Q, A. A. President 4, A. A. Council 1, 3, 4. SARA MARY CURTIS Stetson Stetson High School B. S. in Home Economics Dormitory Life Committee 1, 2, Publications 3, Secretary Attend- ance Permissions 4, Dormitory President 2, Outing Club 3, Science Society 1, Q, 3, A. A. Council 2, F Club, Minor Sports 1, 9, Maior Sports 1, 2. VERA ELIZABETH HOMER Buclcsport Bucksport High School B. S. in Home Economics Attendance Permissions Committee 1, Dormitory Life Q, Publica- tions 3, Scholastic Standing 4, Class Secretary-Treasurer 4, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1, SZ, Maior Sports 1, Q. JOYCE JOHNSON Brownville Jct. Brownville Jct. High School B. S. in Home Economics Recreation Committee 1, Chairman Attendance Permissions 3, Sec- retary Q, House Court 1, Class President 3, Secretary Q, Modern Authors 2, 3, Vice President 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1, Q, Maior Sports 1, 9, Orchestra 1, SZ, Band 1, Q. MARGARET SULLIVAN PEASE North New Portland Central High School B. S. in Home Economics Social Training Committee 1, Q, 4, Field Service 3, Class Secretary- Treasurer 3, Outing Club 3, 4, Modern Authors 3, 4, Minor Sports 1, Q, Major Sports 1, Q. MARIAN DINSMORE STOVER South Portland Aroostook Central Institute B. S. in Home Economics Class Secretary 4, Dormitory President Q, 4, House Court 2, Outing Club 3, Treasurer Modern Authors 3, Key Member Plays and Players 4, F Club, Minor Sports 1, 2, Maior Sports 1, 2, Glee Club Q, Chairman Cabaret 3, Chairman Home Ec. Dance 3. HELEN FRANCES WOOD Littleton Riclcer Classical lnstitute B. S. in Home Economics Field Service Committee 1, Publications 2, 3, Senate 4, Class Pres- ident 1, Science Society 9, 3, Glee Club Q, Orchestra 1, SZ. JUNE ELVIRA YORK Medway Y i Schencks High School B. S. in Home Economics Attendance Permissions Committee 1--3, Publications 4, House Court 3, Modern Authors 3, President 4, F Club, Minor Sports 1, 9, Maior Sports 1, 2. Page Twenty-nine yu--ef LUCY FRANCES ARNOLD Purington Hall Camden Grades 3, Temple Rural Camden High School Field Service Committee 1, Dormitory Life Q, 3, Modern Authors 1, 3, Glee Club 1-3. PHYLLIS BARSTOW Purington Hall Skowhegan Grade 5, Fairbanks Lower Edward Little High School, Auburn Field Service Committee 1-3, Proctor 3, Modern Authors 2, 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 2, 3, Glee Club 3. LIONEL ARTHUR BEAULIEU 12 School Street Augusta Grades 7, 8 Richmond High School Outing Club Q, Business Manager Commencement Play 1, Q, Key Member Plays and Players 1-3, President 3, Mirror Q, 3, Yearbook 3, C. A. Choir 2, 3, Mass. Conference 3, Kappa Delta Phi. HILDA TRICKEY BRADFORD The Lodge Pittsfield Grade 7, Temple Rural Maine Central Institute Recreation Committee 1, Social Training 2, 3, House Committee Q, Outing Club Q, 3, Modern Authors 1, 3, Minor Sports 1, 2, Maior Sports 1, 9, Chairman Dormitory Teas 9. ROBERT ASHLEY BRAGG Kappa House Belfast Grade 8, Fairbanks Upper Crosby High School Publications Committee 1-3, Outing Club Q, 3, Debate Club 1, Mirror Q, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3, Address Book Editor 1, Handbook Editor 9, Mass. Conference 3, Kappa Delta Phi. RICHARD LAIMER BREWER Palmer Hall Boothbay Harbor Grade 8, Fairbanks Upper Boothbay Harbor High School Field Service Committee 1-3, Basketball Reserves 1, 3, Varsity Basketball SZ, Kappa Delta Phi. CLAUDE HERMAN BROOKS Kappa House New Gloucester Grade 6, West Farmington Upper New Gloucester High School Recreation Committee 1-3, Outing Club 3, Cross Country 1, Track 1, Basketball Reserves 1, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi, Trustee. CHARLES HAROLD CARD Farmington Farmington Grade 5, Farmington Falls Upper Farmington High School Recreation Committee 1, 3, Senate 2, Cross Country 1-3, Track 1-3, Basketball Reserves 1-3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. JAMES PHILIP CAREY Upper Main Street Winthrop Grade 6, West Farmington Upper Morse High School, Bath Attendance Permissions Committee 1, Q, Assembly Programs 3, Key Member Plays and Players 1-3, C. A. Choir 1-3. 3, DOROTHY ALYCE CHRISTOPHER Purington Hall Houlton Grades 2, 5 Houlton High School Dormitory Life Committee 1-3, Proctor 1, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 1-3. LUCILE CLARK Purington Hall Sanford Grades 1, 5 Sanford High School Proctor 1, House Court 1, Outing Club 2, 3, Modern Authors 1, Key Member Plays and Players 3, Mirror 1-3, Yearbook 3, Glee Club 1-3. MARJORIE HOPE COLLINS West Farmington West Farmington Grade 2, West Farmington Lower Farmington High School Field Service Committee 1, 2, Recreation 3, Minor Sports 1. SARA MARY COMBER Purington Hall Caratunk Grade 3, Temple lntervale Caratunk High School Field Service Committee 1-3, Modern Authors 1,-Minor Sports 1. JAMES CHARLES CONWAY Farmington Farmington Grade 5, Farmington Falls Upper Farmington High School Scholastic Standing Committee 1, Recreation 2, 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Track Q, 3, Varsity Basketball 1-3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. WILBER ALVIN COOPER Kappa House Richmond Grade 8, West Farmington Upper Richmond High School Attendance Permissions Committee 1, Field Service Q, 3, Outing Club Q, Key Member Plays and Players 2, 3, Orchestra 1, Baslcet- ball Reserves 1. GLENNYS ETHEL CROSS The Lodge North Jay Grade Q, Briggs Rural Kingtield High School Senate 1, Chairman Publications Committee 3, Secretary Q, Judiciary 1'3, House Court 2, C. A. Cabinet 1-3, Outing Club 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, 3, Glee Club 1-3. ARLENE BARBARA CURTIS The Lodge Skowhegan Grade 3, Temple Rural Skowhegan High School Recreation Committee 1-3, Outing Club Q, 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, Glee Club 1, Q, Dance Club 1. WARREN CONY CURTIS 42 High Street Kingfield Grade 6, Fairbanks Upper Kingiield High School Publications Committee 1, Attendance Permissions Q, 3, Traclc 1, Basketball Reserves 1, F Club, C. A. Choir 1, Q. MARJORIE SARAH DAVIS South Hall Gardiner Grade 1, Farmington Falls Lower Gardiner High School Field Service Committee 1-3, Modern Authors 3, Minor Sports 2, Maior Sports 1, 2. ETTA PATRICIA DICKEY Purington Hall Fairfield Grades 4, 7 Lawrence High School Field Service Committee 1-3, Outing Club 9, Modern Authors 3, Minor Sports 1, Q, Maior Sports Q, 3. FLORENCE DOROTHY EMOND Purington Hall Madison Grade 3, Temple Rural Madison Memorial High School :lance Permissions Committee 1, Social Training Q, 3 Outing 3, Modern Authors 1-3, Mirror 3. H. CARLENE FARNHAM The Lodge South Paris Grade 1, West Farmington Lower South Paris High School Senate 1, Judiciary 9, 3, Proctor 1, Q, House Court Q, 3, Class Secretary 1, Minor Sports 1-3, Glee Club 1-3, C. A. Choir 1-3. HELEN CLIFFORD FOX The Lodge Rangeley Grade 4, Briggs Rural Rangeley High School Senate 1, Attendance Permissions Committee 2, Field Service 3, House Court 3, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 2, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1. JOSEPH MARTIN FOX Perham Chambers Augusta Grade 7, Briggs Rural Cony High School Senate 1, 3, Publications Committee 2, Key Member Plays and Players 3, Yearbook SZ, C. A. Choir 1, 2, Chairman B Hop 2, Kappa Delta Phi, Secretary SZ. EDITH BLANCHE FRANK Purington Hall Auburn Grade 4, West Farmington Upper Edward Little High School Senate 2, Dormitory President 2, Outing Club SZ, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 2, 3, Glee Club 1-3, N. Y. Conference Q. HAMILTON SYLVANUS GIBERSON 452 High Street Oakland Grade 6, Briggs Rural Williams High School Scholastic Standing Committee 1-3, Cross Country 1, Track 1, Kappa Delta Phi. FRANCES GILES The Lodge Bangor Grade 7, New Vineyard Lower Bangor High School Publications Committee 1, Recreation 2, 3, Debate Club 1, Vice- President Outing Club 9, 3, Yearbook 3, A. A. Council 1-3, Secretary 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3. ETHEL GERTRUDE GILLIS The Lodge Calais Grades 5, 7 Calais Academy Recreation Committee 1, 3, Dormitory Life 2, Dance Club 1, Junior Council Science Society 1-3, Modern Authors 1, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports. ELLA MABEL GLINES Purington Hall UUIYY Grades Q, 6 Unity High School Entered 1934, Taught 1936-1937 Unity, House Court Q, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 1, Vice-President Q, F Club, Minor Sports 'I-3, Maior Sports 1-3, Glee Club 3. FELIX ANTHONY GLODEN Kappa House Mexico Grades 6, 7 Mexico High School Recreation Committee 1, Social Training Q, 3, Dormitory President 3, Track 1-3, Varsity Basketball 1-3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. ISABELLE FLORENCE GORDON Purington Hall Clinton Grade 4, Farmington Falls Lower Clinton High School Proctor 3, Outing Club Q, Modern Authors Q, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3, Glee Club 1-3, Dance Club 1. RUTH FLORENCEHANSCOM Outside North Jay Grade 6, Farmington Falls Upper Jay High School Class Treasurer 1, Mirror 1-3, President Athletic Council 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Major Sports 1-3. GRACE GRANT HANSON Purington Hall North Berwick Grade 5, Temple lntervale North Berwick High School New Vineyard Lower Attendance Permissions Committee 1, Q, Dormitory Life 3, Proctor 3, Modern Authors 3. . ALICE ELEANOR HARRIS South Hall Minot Grade 5, Fairbanks Lower Mechanic Falls High School Attendance Permissions Committee 1-3, Outing Club Q, 3, Modern Authors Q, 3. MARGARET VIRGINIA HAYES Purington Hall Belfast Grade 4, Farmington Falls Lower Crosby High School Dormitory Life Committee 1, Attendance Permissions Q, 3, Proctor 1, Outing Club Q, Modern Authors 3, Maior Sports 1. CAROLYN MARTHA HEMINWAY South Hall South Paris Grade 9, Farmington Falls Lower South Paris High School Dormitory Life Committee 1, Q, Field Service 3, Proctor 3, Outing Club 3, Minor Sports 1, Orchestra 1-3, Band 1-3. ROSEMARY FRANCES HUGHES The Lodge Watertown, Mass. Grade 3, West Farmington Lower Watertown High School Assembly Programs Committee 1, Q, Recreation 3, Key Member Plays and Players 3, Minor Sports 1, Maior Sports 1, Orchestra 1-3. ALTON LEWIS HYER 12 School Street Turner Center Grade 8, Farmington Falls Upper Leavitt Institute Assembly Programs Committee 1, Q, Recreation 3, Orchestra 1, 3, Band 1, 3, C. A. Choir 3, Cheer Leader 3, Kappa Delta Phi. IRENE JOHNSON The Lodge York Village Grade 1, Fairbanks Lower York High School Proctor 1, Q, House Court 3, Outing Club 2, 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, Q. GLADYS MARY KENNEDY 3 Fairview Avenue ,leFierson Grades 1, 4 Cony High Scool, Augusta Attendance Permissions Committee 1-3. IRENE THELMA KITCHIN Purington Hall Palermo Grade 4, Briggs Rural Deering High School, Portland Social Training Committee 1, 2, Attendance Permissions 3, Proctor Q, Outing Club Q, Science Society 2, 3, Modern Authors Q, 3, Maior Sports 1. GLENDA MURIEL KNAPP South Hall Kingiield Grade 4, Fairbanks Lower Kingfield High School Proctor 1, 3, House Committee 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Science Socie- ty 1, 9, Modern Authors 1, Q, Minor Sports 2, 3. ELSIE ELLEN LAHTI Purington Hall Kingtield Grade 7, Temple Rural Kingtield High School Senate 3, Proctor 2, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 52, 3, Mirror 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1. RUTH EVELYN LARY South Hall Pittstield Grade 4, Briggs Rural Morse High School, Bath Attendance Permissions Committee 1, 2, Field Service 3, Modern Authors 3. RHODA HELEN LATHAM Purington Hall Weld Grade Q, Briggs Rural Weld High School Senate Q, Dormitory President 2, House Court 1, Class Secretary Q, Science Society 1, Modern Authors 1-3, Mirror 2, 3, Editor Year- book 3, Minor Sports 1-3,Maior Sports 1. ADELBERT HAMOR LISCOMB Kappa House Seal Harbor Grade 8, Fairbanks Upper Gilman High School Recreation Committee 1-3, President Outing Club 3, Treasurer Q, Science Society 1, Q, Chairman Winter Carnival 1, Kappa Delta Phi, Trustee. CHARLES PHILLIP LISHNESS Kappa House Winthrop Grade 7, Fairbanks Upper Winthrop High School Class Treasurer Q, Outing Club 2, 3, Key Member Plays and Players 2, 3, Mirror 2, 3, Yearbook 3, Cross Country 1-3, Manager Basketball Q, Coach of Reserves 3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi, Trustee. M. HALDON LOVEJOY 13 Ouebec Street Farmington Grade 7, West Farmington Upper Farmington High School Attendance Permissions Committee 1-3, Outing Club 9, 3, Kappa Delta Phi. GRANVILLE AUGUSTUS MacMILLAN Kappa House Stillwater Grade 7, Farmington Falls Upper Trenton High School Publications Committee Q, 3, Kappa Delta Phi. LUCILLE MANSON The Lodge Gardiner Grades 6, 8 Gardiner High School House Court 3i Outing Club 3i Mirror 1-3, Dance Club 1i F Clubi Minor Sports 1-3i Maior Sports 1-3i Glee Club 1-3, Orchestra 1i Band 1i C. A. Choir Q, 3i Assistant in Women's Athletics Q, 3. ELIZABETH ANNE MCCANN The Lodge Buclcsport Grades 3, 6 Bucksport High School Secretary Social Training Committee Qi Dormitory President Bi Proctor Qi Outing Club Q, 3i Modern Authors 1i Minor Sports 1-3i Nlaior Sports 1, Q. DOROTHY ANN McGLAUFLIN Purington Hall South Portland Grades 3, 5 South Portland High School Social Training Committee 1-3i Outing Club Q, 3i Modern Authors Qi Key Member Plays and Players Q, 3i F Clubi Minor Sports 1-3i Maior Sports 1-3i Chairman Dormitory Teas Q, 3. MARIAN ELIZABETH McKENNEY Purington Hall Newport Grade 5, New Vineyard Upper Newport High School Field Service Committee 1-3i Chairman Information Bureau 3i Outing Club Q, 3i Minor Sports 1, Qi Maior Sports 1i Glee Club 1-3i Orchestra 1-3i Band 3i C. A. Choir 1-3. RUTH IDA MERRY South Hall Smithfield Grade 4, West Farmington Upper Norridgewock High School Judiciary Q, 3, Dormitory President 3i House Committee 3i Outing Club Q, 3i A. A. Council Q, 3i F Clubi Secretary-Treasurer 3, Minor Sports 1-3i Maior Sports 1-3i Mass, Conference 3. MARGARET ELIZABETH MERSEREAU South Hall Brownville Junction Grade Q, West Farmington Lower Brownville Junction High School First year at Gorham Normal Schooli Social Training Committee Q, 3i Outing Club Q, 3i Modern Authors Q, 3i Glee Club Q, 3i Orchestra Q, 3, FLORENCE EVELYN MIXER South Hall Auburn Grades 7, 8 Edward Little High School Farmington State Normal School 19Q7 Teaching experience: Rural Schools 4 yearsi North Fryeburg Upper Grades 1 yeari Baxter School at Western Maine Sanitar- ium 4 yearsi Publications Committee 3i Modern Authors 3. RUTH LITCHFIELD MOORE The Lodge Pittsfield Grade Q, Briggs Rural Maine Central Institute House Court 3, Modern Authors SZ, 3, Minor Sports 1, Glee Club 1, Q, Orchestra 1, Dance Club 1. THEDA FLORENCE MORRIS South Hall Guilford Grades 2, 4 Guilford High School Proctor 1, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3, F Club. MARJORIE FRANCES ORCUTT Purington Hall Ashland Ashland High School Secretary Attendance Permissions Committee Q, Proctor 3, Outing Club, Junior Council Science Society 1-3, Minor Sports 1, Q, Maior Sports 2. Grade 4, Temple lntervale CLAYTON MERLE PACKARD Exchange Hotel North New Portland Grade 5, Farmington Falls Upper Anson Academy Attendance Permissions Committee 1-3, Debate Club 1, Outing Club 9, 3, Science Society 1. GLENICE GERTRUDE PEAVEY The Lodge Bangor Grade 4, Fairbanks Lower Bangor High School Social Training Committee 1-3, F Club, Minor Sports 1, Q, Maior Sports 1, 2, Glee Club 1, Q. IDA MAY PERRY 15 Main Street Jefferson Grade 4, West Farmington Lower Arlington High School, Mass, Attendance Permissions Committee 1, 3, Dormitory Life Q, Glee Club 1, 3. VIOLET MAE PETERS South Hall Fairfield Grade Q, West Farmington Lower Lawrence High School Social Training Committee 1-3, Outing Club Q, 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, Q, Glee Club 1, 2, ga. is MARY ANNE ELIZABETH POTTS Purington Hall Rumford Grade 3, West Farmington Upper Mexico High School New Vineyard Upper Senate 1, Q, House Court Q, Debate Club 1, Modern Authors 1-3, President Q, Key Members Plays and Players 3, Yearbook Q, 3, Glee Club 3, Mass. Conference 3. MELVIN SYLVESTER PREBLE Farmington Farmington Grades 7, 8 Farmington High School C. A. Cabinet Q, President 3, Outing Club Q, Science Society 1, Plays and Players 1, Key Member Q, 3, Orchestra 1-3, Band 1-3, C. A. Choir 1-3, Chairman Holiday Dance Q, Cross Country Q, 3, Varsity Basketball 1-3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. MARY WATERMAN PURKIS The Lodge Buclclield Grades 1, 3 Buclciield High School Chairman Dormitory Life Committee Q, Dormitory President 3, House Court 1, House Committee Q, 3, Outing Club Q, 3, Minor Sports 1, Q. VIRGINIA CATHERINE RICHARDS The Lodge East Winthrop Grade 1, Temple Rural Winthrop High School Field Service Committee 1, Q, Dormitory Life 3, Dormitory Vice- President 3, House Court Q, Science Society 1, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3, Glee Club 1-3, Dance Club 1. MARGUERITE BURTRA RUSSELL Purington Hall . Bingham Grade 7, Temple Rural Bingham High School First year at Gorham Normal School, Recreation Committee Q, Publications 3, House Court 3, Outing Club Q, 3, Science Society Q, 3, Modern Authors 3, Minor Sports Q, 3. DORIS EDNA SALLEY Purington Hall Madison Grades 1, Q Madison Memorial High School Chairman Field Service Committee 3, C. A. Cabinet 3, Outing Club 3, Science Society 1, Modern Authors 1-3, Minor Sports 1-3, Glee Club 3. LOUISE DANICO SAVAGE South Hall Stratton Grades Q, 4 Stratton High School Dormitory Life Committee 1, Social Training Q, 3, Proctor 1, Q, Minor Sports 1, Q. 365 JANET ELEANOR SHEA Purington Hall Caratunk Grade 2, Farmington Falls Lower Caratunk High School Social Training Committee 1, Field Service Q, Recreation 3, Modern Authors Q, 3, Minor Sports 1, Q. CATHARINE IDA SMITH South Hall Winthrop Grade 8, Temple Rural Winthrop High School Publications Committee 1, Dormitory Life Q, 3, Outing Club Q, 3, Modern Authors Q, 3, Glee Club SZ, 3. MARGARET SMITH Purington Hall Orono Grade 2, West Farmington Lower Orono High School Proctor 1, Outing Club 2, 3, Modern Authors Q, 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3. RAY WILSON SMITH 5 North Main Street Portland Grade 7, West Farmington Upper Phillips High School Social Training Committee Q, Recreation 3, Track 1-3, Cross Country 1-3, Basketball Reserves 1, 3, F Club, Kappa Delta:Phi. RALPH ROBERTSON SPRINGER Annex North Sullivan Grade 6, Farmington Falls Upper Sullivan High School President School Government 3, Treasurer Q, C. A. Cabinet 3, Vice-President 1, Treasurer 2, Outing Club Q, 3, C. A. Choir 3, N. Y. Conference Q, Basketball Reserves 1-3, Kappa Delta Phi. MIRIAM STANWOOD South Hall Rumford Grade 1, Farmington Falls Lower Stephens High School First year at Gorham Normal School, Dormitory Life Committee Q, 3, Proctor 3, Modern Authors 3. ALICE EUNICE STEVENS Farmington Farmington Grades 7, 8 Farmington High School Farmington State Normal School 1929 Teaching ' Experience: New Vineyard Upper 1 year, West Farmington Upper 7 years, Attendance Permissions Committee 3, Glee Club 3, C. A. Choir 3. RUTH ALICE STRICKLAND South Hall Kingfield Grade 4, Temple lntervale Kingiield High School Social Training Committee 1, Recreation SZ, Dormitory Life 3, House Court 3, Science Society 1, Q, Modern Authors Q. DONALD JAMES STROUT Kappa House Brownville Grade 8, Farmington Falls Upper Brownville High School Judiciary SZ, President 3, Debate Club 1, Outing Club 3, Plays and Players 2, Key Member 3, Varsity Basketball 1, 9, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. , MILDRED LOIS SWEET South Hall East Holden Grade 3, West Farmington Lower Higgins Classical Institute Dormitory Life Committee 1, Social Training Q, Publications 3, Maior Sports 1. G. FLINT TAYLOR Farmington Farmington Grades 6, 7 Farmington High School Senate 1-3, C. A. Cabinet 3, Outing Club Q, Treasurer 3, Year- book 1-3, Orchestra 1-3, Band 1-3, C. A. Choir 1-3, Mass. Conference 3, Chairman D Hop 1, Kappa Delta Phi, Treasurer 2, Trustee. HELEN EDYTHE THOMPSON Purington Hall Auburn Grades 1, 3 Edward Little High School Senate 1, 2, Proctor SZ, Modern Authors 1-3, Vice-President 3, Key Member Plays and Players 2, 3, Secretary 3, Address Book Editor 3, Yearbook 2, 3. ROWENA HELEN TITCOMB The Lodge Newport Grade Q, Fairbanks Lower Newport'High School Social Training Committee 1-3, House Committee 1, House Court 3, Outing Club 2, Minor Sports 1, 2, Maior Sports 1, Orchestra 1-3, Chairman Dormitory Teas 3, Dance Club 1, Cheer Leader 1. ELEONORA TOTMAN South l'lClll Topshqm Grade 7, Fairbanks Upper Brunswick High School Publications Committee 1-3, Debate Club 1, Outing Club 9, 3, Mirror 1-3, Minor Sports 1, Maior Sports 1. vw, T DORRICE MARY TRICKEY Purington Hall Bangor Grade 5, Fairbanks Lower Bangor High School Assembly Programs Committee 1, 52, Social Training 3, Key Member Plays and Players 1-3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3, Glee Club 3, JOHN WOODROW VALLELY KGDDG House Sanford Grade 8, West Farmington Upper Sanford High School Chairman Recreation Committee 2, 3, Graduating Class President 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Key Member Plays and Players Q, 3, Basket- ball Reserves 1, 2, Kappa Delta Phi. MARY LOUISE WARREN The Lodge Buckfield Grade 1, Fairbanks Lower Bucklield High School Graduating Class Treasurer 3, House Court Q, House Committee Q, Outing Club Q, 3, F Club, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1-3. REGINALD LEROY WATSON Kappa House Seal Harbor Grade 6, Fairbanks Upper Gilman High School Outing Club Q, Key Member Plays and Players Q, 3, Mirror 2, 3, C. A. Choir Q, Basketball Reserves 1, 2, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi. CATHERINE ELIZABETH WELCH The Lodge Bangor Grade 3, West Farmington Lower Bangor High School Scholastic Standing Committee 1, Field 'Service 2, Social Training 3, Outing Club 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, Glee Club 1, Q, Dance Club 1. CLARA OLIVE WENTWORTH South Hall Yarmouth Grade 2, Farmington Falls Upper North Yarmouth Academy Publications Committee 1-3, C. A. Cabinet SZ, 3, Dance Club 1, Outing Club 9, 3, Mirror 1-3, Glee Club 1-3, Orchestra 1-3, Band 3, C. A. Choir 1-3. MARJORIE ALFREDA WILBUR Farmington Farmington Grade 3, Allen's Mills Rural Danforth High School Field Service Committee 1-3, Modern Authors 1-3, Secretary 3, Minor Sports 1-3, Maior Sports 1, 9, Glee Club Q, 3. ETHEL BAKER WILLIAMSON Purington Hall Fort Fairfield Grade 1, Temple lntervale Wilton Academy Field Service Committee 2, Chairman Teachers' Conference 3, Outing Club 2, 3, Modern Authors 1-3, Minor Sports 1-3, Glee Club 1-3, Orchestra 1-3. EVANGELINE WITHAM South Hall Anson Grade 1, Fairbanks Lower Madison Memorial High School Farmington State Normal School 1933 Teaching experience: Anson Rural Schools 3 years, Recreation Committees 3, Modern Authors 3. CHARLES SANDERSON WRIGHT Kappa House Clinton Grade 7, West Farmington Upper Clinton High School Senate Q, 3, Dormitory President 3, Class Vice-President 1, Q, Chairman Superintendents' Conference 2, Varsity Basketball 1-3, Track Q, 3, F Club, Kappa Delta Phi, President 3, Trustee. CLAUDIA YOUNG South Hall Sherman Grade 3, Temple lntervale lsland Falls High School Dormitory Life Committee 1-3, Outing Club 9, Modern Authors Q, 3. MARSHALL NEY CRANDALL Wilton Oakfield Willton Grade 8 Merrill High School Partial course at Aroostook Normal School, Teaching Experience, Oakfield 1927-1929, 1934-1935, Eastlorook 1999-1930, Hancock 1930-1933. ELVA MURIEL LINNELL 140 Main Street Magalloway Plantation Grade 3, Farmington Falls Lower Gould Academy Recreation Committee 1, Q, Attendance Permissions 3, Outing Club 3, Modern Authors 1, Q, Minor Sports 1, Q, Maior Sports 2. n 1uNioRs Harland C. Abbott Woodstock High School Bryant Pond Mabel E. Allen Lisbon Falls High School Lisbon Falls M. Helen Andrews Edward Little High School 'l 85 Summer Street Auburn Gwendolyn E. Bailey Morse Memorial High School Brooks Thelma S. Berry Anson Academy North Anson john A. Aliberti Portland High School Q8 Deer Street - Portland Dorothy M. Anderson Monmouth Academy Sabcittus Ervin A. Arbo Brownville High School Brownvi lle Eldon F. Barrows FarmingtonMHigh 'School Farmington Falls R. Adelaide Bishop Fort FairField High School Fort Fairiield Helen W. Boyden Shead Memorial High School 54 Shaclcford Street Eastport Ethel A.' Bradley Searsport High School Searsport Ruth E. Brown Vinalhaven High School Vinalhaven Charles W. Chapman Farmington High School Farmington Dorothy A. Boynton Stearns High School Millinoclcet Walter E. Brasier Monson Academy Monson Marion M. Buzzell Winthrop High School Winthrop Francis E. Connor Portland High School 69 St. Lawrence Street Portland Dorothy R. Connors York High School York Village Muriel L. Davis York High School York Village Wendell G. Eaton N. H. Faye High School Dexter Roberta F. Elliott South Portland High School 57 Broadway E. june Dakin Kents Hill School New Sharon Ralph A. Dunton New Sharon High School New Sharon Barbara G. Elliott Edward Little High School 32 James Street Auburn R. Donald Fish Crosby High School Belfast South Portland Eunice L. Fletcher Maine Central Institute Pittsfield R. joan Gamage Kents Hill School Mt. Vernon D. Norma Gray Vinalhaven High School Vinalhaven F. Phyllis Hawkins Washington Academy East Machias Alice E. Hennigan Bangor High School Bangor Doris E. Fowler Fort Fairfield High School Fort Fairfield Eugenia j. Goodrich Maine Central Institute Pittsfield Mildred A. Hawkes North Yarmouth Academy Kineo Arthur A. Henderson Madison Memorial High School Starks Lois K. Hennigar Sanford High School 9 Grove Street Springvale Katherine V. Ingalls Ellsworth High School 96 Union Street Ellsworth Winnifred J. Keating Reading High School QQ Kingston Street Reading, Mass. Eva A. Lanpher Foxcroft Academy Kathryn Ingalls Bar Harbor High School Bar Harbor Robert C. Keene Mechanic Falls High School West Farmington Sherwood G. Larson Monson Academy Sebec Monson Elizabeth H. Latham Weld High School Margaret D. Lewis Bangor High School Weld Finson Road Bangor Beatrice C. Linnell East Corinth Academy Marietta Lowe Goodwill High School 13 North Street Fairfield Earl R. Lush Danforth High School Oakland Norman D. MacWilliam Deering High School 492 St. John Street Portland Mary V. McCobb Edward Little High School 62 Winter Street Auburn Arlene F. Low Lawrence High School East Corinth Benton Mary A. Lowe Morse Memorial High School Brooks Edith F. Lyon Stearns High School Millinoclcet A. Lucille Maddoclcs Brewer High School 7 Harlow Street Brewer Anna E. McVeigh McKinley High School Deer lsle Woodrow A. Mercier Stephens High School Rumford Alice A. Miller Old Town High School Milford Erma B. Mosher Farmington High School Farmington Amorette B. Nickerson Winterport High School Winterport Forestine M. Nutter Unity High School Troy Rowena R. Page Ashland High School Ashland Lucille M. Reynolds Waterville High School 'l'l Ticonic Street Waterville Darrol E. Robinson N. H. Faye High School Dexter Atherton F. Ross Farmington High School Farmington Eleanor F. Merry Norridgewock High School Norridgewock Doris N. Mitchell Besse High School China Wilma l. Nichols Kinglield High School Kingtielcl Vivian H. Norton Farmington High School Norriclgewock Mary E. Nye Central High School East New Portland E. lsabelle Pinlchum Farmington High School Chesterville Phyllis l. Reynolds Morse Memorial High School Brooks Kenneth W. Rollins Milo High School Milo Alice M. Rowe Wilton Academy Wilton G1 ual Mary F. Rush Hodgdon High School Hodgdon Betty J. Saunders Wakefield High School Q31 Albion Street Wakefield, Mass. Ruby A. Smith Riclcer Classical lnstitute Hodgdon Marshall T. Vase Kinglield High School Farmington Eleanor M. Walker Edward Little High School Auburn lda M. Ryer Norridgewoclc High School Norridgewoclf Eleanor E. Small Stephens High School 1 Urquhart Street Rumford ' Edith L. Virgie Kents Hill School Shirley Annie L. Voter Farmington High School West Farmington Florence F. Waterman Edward Little High School Auburn Harriet G. Watson Caribou High School Caribou Barbara L. Welch Bangor High School Q16 Forest Avenue Bangor Sara S. Whitney Bangor High School 349 Center Street Bangor Rose A. Witham Claude E. Webber Farmington High School Farmington Kathleen F. Whitney Bangor High School 349 Center Street Bangor Daniel K. Williams Solon High School Embden Ruth A. Witham New Gloucester High School NewGloucester HighSchool New Gloucester New Gloucester Edith A. Wood Mildred R. Worster Lawrence High School Moranawcoolc Academy Fairfield Lincoln H. Donald Yeaton Norridgewoclc High School Ruth A. Beal Farmington High Scho Farmington Pauline E. Brown Norridgewock ol Madison Memorial High School Madison Virginia Dunton Stephens High School 434 Pine Street Rumford Pauline H. Melencly Wilton Academy Wilton William E. Russell ,lr. Stearns High School Millinocket Elayne M. Snow Caribou High School 22 Park Street Caribou Philip G. Soderquist Monson Academy Monson Lawrence E. Standish Stratton High School Eustis Eugenia M. Swanton N. H. Faye High School Dexter H. Earle Trask jr. Wilton Academy Wilton I UN IOR CLASS OFFICERS 1939 Norman Macwilliam Wendell Eaton President Vice-President Ma N J h Al'b rli ry ye o n I e Secretary Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Joseph Wenckus, President Beatrice Henderson, Secretary Martha Green, Treasurer Frances Taylor, Vice-President Page Fifty HOME ECONOMICS JUNIORS Daley, Melanson, R. Soule, Austin, Clomins Jellison, Kneeland, Maxell, A. Farnham, Beal, Chandler Higgins, Emmons, Williams, Giddinge Fearon, i-lult, i-lolclen, Thurston, Grover HOME ECONOMICS SOPHOMORES Arey, MacDougall, Proctor, l-laslcell, Bragdon, Soule Philpot, Umphrey, Lancaster, Page Page Fiftv-one HOME ECONOMICS FRESHMEN Blanchard, Sturtevant, I. Morse, Shepardson, Bouchard Edgecomb, Taylor, Elliot, Allyn Dempsey, N. Rowe, Doe, Boutilier, Briggs Colwell, Wing, Lane, Ayers Page Fifty-two FIRST DIVISION FRESHMEN Beedy, Jordan, A. Cooper, Starbird, Anderson, L. Strout, G. Fish, I-lerrick, Wenclcus Van I-Iorne, I-lewes, Bentley, R. Wood, E. I-lodglcins, I-l. Winters, Sturtevant, Wilcox V. I-lodgkins, Grant, E. Richardson, Twitchell, Morse, Ludden, Adams, A. Titcomb, G. Chapman Davis, Kuslanslcy, Henderson, Cheney, E. Mclienney, E. Stevens, Mulroney, Ranlcins Stuart, A. Richardson, MacBean, E. Smith, P. Winters, Clements, Stinchlield SECOND DIVISION FRESHMEN Dunning, Fickett, Tyler, Besse, L. Richardson, Faulkner, Butler Sevey, Corson, Bailey, Harmon, Johnson, A. Mills F. Marshall, Rines, Culberson, Rollins, D. Taylor, F. Taylor, Green Greenwood, M. Wright, Phillips, Evelyn Giles, A. Marshall, Betterley, Rickett Whitten, L. Hanson, Clowes, Nyberg, P. Mills, Whittier, M. Frank THIRD DIVISION FRESHMEN Ferland, Kinney, F. Conway, Lee, W. Webber, Ellis, Yorke, Reed, Marshall Williams, Dow, Eva Giles, B. Whitney, M. Dunton, Harkins, Tardy, Bowker Savage, Knowles, Hussey, Hammond, Anderson, Hartford, L. Smith, Kessell Meader, Lander, B. Dickey, Lishness, Littlefield, Grindle, Weatherbee, Martin Macgregor, Berry, Chandler, Jackson, Morrison, K. Comber, Peterson Page Fifty-three Page Fifty-Your PURINGTON FROM SOUTH BALCONY ":U'sw-r-ff- 'A Halls and Campus r V i 'x SX X PURINGTON AND SOUTH IN WINTER . . . As the eorth turns . . . Snowshoes and skiis become necessities . . . Long winter evenings . . . Long evening conferences. SOUTH HALL CHRISTMAS TREE . . . ls there o Sonic Claus? . . . No, only mczsfers of free verse . . . Would thot the cIecicI post were securely buried. f ' ,frf --L i ',, , ip eve '- ', .13 f Page Fifty-nine u COTTAGE FROM PURINGTON. . .Purington loolcs at the cottage . . . Home Ec looks back at regulars . . . And when they mingle! ill, ,t i. ' gf' --mv . -I it I. 1- mu.. . i . K A fllwiiiillt - 'il!1t:t,23Lf--+V'-""' COTTAGE . . . Home economics home management house . . . Seniors leorn to do by doing . . . Complete with baby. ii' 'Gifs i i--rpg. r .. t i 7-zsfliivgx,-, 1 We ii we ':-hi :"i T 4 ,t -f' . i ,- nw ,, V , -ff' V ,,,i ' M , , QW' pf it 1 t .4 ti H ff, , Hx, 1 1 M W 1 ,XXX ZZ' 2,1 ,.A'--'WZ 1 .5. .M-fgfifgzgririav T ,, 'kf'- A-EQ Page Sixty-two r,.-fn ..f.p-v KAPPA DELTA Pi-ll HOUSE . . . Liberty, equality, fra ternity . . . Abbott renovated and reiuvenated . . Man is a gregarious animal. ABBOTT POND ..... Abbott with its personality. . Always beautiful . . . Always more than iust beautitul . .. Page Sixty-three CLEARWATER . . . Bock to nature . . . It does something to us . . . Outing Club Chooses Well. THRU THE ARCH . . . Residential Farmington os framed by the school . . . Trees given us by clossesjof yecirslogo .. . So will our ivy nourish. PageTSixty-four TRAINING SCHOOL ENTRANCE . . . Metamorphosis . . . From student to teacher . . . Poise . . . Persever- Once - - ' PGVSPICUIIY - ' - pefsplfollon- MAIN STREET . , . Shade trees . . . Lovely houses . . . Churches . . . Business section . . . Well travelled bythe student bodv. Page Sixty-Five M 7.1.51 - xt fl-44, N ggi--.. TRAINING SCHOOL . . . Modern in equipment methods . . . Obiect of pride of town and state Obiect of mingled emotions of student body. --Mx and KINDERGARTEN . . . We feel the touch of Froebel Child's Garden . . . Cultivation. 5- ee GYM EXHIBITION. . . A sound mind in cu healthy body TRAINING SCI-IOOL LIBRARY . . . Books are friends. . . Books ore Wise. KITCHEN . . . Future Mistresses of the culinary or!-Mosters too. PLAYGROUND . . . Aggressiveness . . . Boislerousness . . . Copriciousness. RED SCI-IOOLHOUSE . . . Moclelschool . . Red building . . . Blue ribbon pupils. l i i 353 WEST FARMINGTON . . . Go West young mon and young woman FARMINGTON FALLS . . . Union district number one f ww 3 ww. 'N 1. NI ' "l'ff59WiN'W TH TTTTTTTTT2ifTfifTTT1TggggT2f'T TT ff -' NN ,T ,Kew V 'iv- 19 FAIRBANKS . . . The banks . . . The Grand Banks they are termed. T Sglm ALLEN'S MILLS . . . Town of Industry . . . School of Industry. Tih T TRAINING SCHOOL DOORWAY . . . New meanings beyond . . . Our professional training . . . Our educa- tion . . . The children's education. Crganizations and Activities R. Brown, K. lngalls, L. Strout, Reed, C. Chapman, Jordan, K. V. lngalls, Henderson Wentworth, Hawkins, Taylor, Cross, Mr. Dearborn, Preble, Springer, Abbott, Eaton, A. Farnham, Salley CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Page Seventy-two "in order to provide an opportunity for worship, for experience in conducting and par- ticipating in religious worlc and to better promote the spiritual life ofthe students, . . Senior Cabinet President, Melvin Preble Secretary, Olive Wentworth Treasurer, Harland Abbott Senior Chairmen Devotional, Phyllis Hawkins Music, Wendell Eaton Finance, Ralph Springer Fellowship, Doris Salley Publicity, G. Flint Taylor Membership, Ardis Farnham Social, Glennys Cross junior Cabinet Vice-President, Clayton Reed junior Chairmen Devotional, Ruth Brown Music, Beatrice Henderson Finance, Leon Strout Fellowship, Kathryn lngalls Publicity, Herbert ,lordon Membership, Charles Chapman Social, Katherine lngalls L. Strout, Carey, Taylor, Ross, D. Fish, Springer, Beaulieu, Hyer, G. Chapman, Preble, C. Chapman K. V. Ingalls, B, Elliott, McCobb, Bentley, Eaton, Robinson, Lowe, Lewis, Manson, A. Stevens, McKenney C. Farnham, Hennigar, Henderson, R. Brown, Wentworth, Fowler, Mosher, D. Taylor, Hawkins, R. Elliott Sopranos Altos Catherine Bentley Lois Hennigar Doris Fowler Marian Mclfenney Ruth Brown Katherine lngalls Phyllis Hawkins Erma Mosher Barbara Elliott Marietta Lowe Margaret Lewis Doris Taylor Carlene Farnham Mary McCobb Lucille Manson Alice Stevens Beatrice Henderson Clive Wentworth - Tenors Basses Wendell Eaton Atherton Ross James Carey Donald Fish Loinel Beaulieu Ralph Springer Charles Chapman Melvin Preble Alton Hyer Leon Strout George Chapman Flint Taylor Darrol Robinson Accomponist Roberta Elliott C. A. CHOIR Eaton, Hyer, Miss Griffiths, Morse, Preble, Clements, C. Chapman, Lowe Wentworth, R. Wood, E. Stevens, Dalcin, Dempsey, P. Winters, E. Wood, G. Chapman, Ludden, Adams, Mersereau McKenney, Titcomb, Heminway, Henderson, Williamson, Taylor, Mosher, Hughes, K. V. Ingalls, E. Smith, Twitchell, P. Brown ORCHESTRA Page Seventy-four Violins Pauline Brown Alma Comins Janet Doe Rosemary Hughes Katherine Ingalls Alice ,lellison Eva Lanpher Gertrude Maxell Marian Mclfenney Erma Mosher Emolyn Smith Alzaleen Titcomb Anita Twitchell Olive Wentworth Helen Winters Rosamond Wood Viola Ethel Williamson H. Winters, Doe Cellos Beatrice Henderson Rowena Titcomb Flutes Barbara Dempsey Leon Gdell Trumpets George Chapman Alton l'lyer Flint Taylor Edith Wood Trombones Wendell Eaton Mariorie Morse Melvin Preble Director Miss Ruth Grilliths Clarinet Priscilla Winters Saxophones June Dalcin Carolyn Heminway Evelyn Stevens George Vose Drums Darrol Robinson Accompanists Jean Adams Charles Chapman Mariorie Clements Kathleen Ludden Marietta l.owe Margaret Mersereau Margaret Mulroney CHRISTMAS VESPER SERVICE TUDENT and faculty members ioined in a Christmas observance December 19 at the Baptist Church Where the second annual Christmas Cantata was sung by the hristian Association Choir under the direction of Miss Ruth Griffiths. The cantata "The Manger Throne" by Charles Fonteyn Manney, is divided into ur parts: Annunciation, the Vision of the Shepherds, Wise Men, and Bethlehem. Donald Fish was the leading soloist. Other soloists were Darrol Robinson, arlene Farnham, Beatrice l-lenderson, and Erma Mosher. The vvomen's glee club sang the following selections: "Prayer", "Gloria in xcelsis", "The Heavens are Telling" and "Halleluial1 Chorus." Alice Stevens was the accompanist. FINAL CONCERT UNDER MISS GRIFFITHS JNDER the direction of Miss Ruth Griffiths in her Final concert of the year before her leave of absence the women of the glee club, C. A. Choir, male quartet nd orchestra participated in the presentation of a program ol modern music on anuary 'l8. Special features were a violin solo, Mazurka de Concerte by Musliin, played by rma Mosher and a baritone solo by Donald Fish, Hail All l-lail from Carmen by izet. Page Seventy-five Clark, Hennigan, Salley, Mulroney, Hennigar, Arnold, Dickey, Henderson, Reynolds, Voter, Waterman B Elliott, Bentley, K, V. Ingalls, A. Richardson, Lowe, Page, Potts, Glines, R. Wood, E. Smith, Lewis, E. Hodgkins Melendy, Bishop, McCobb, Dakin, D. Taylor, C. Smith, V. Hodgkins, Titcomb, Ryer, Twitchell, Fowler, Allen, Adams Mosher, E. Stevens Ludden, Maddocks, Swanton, R. Brown, Boutilier, P. Brown, Miss Griffiths, Pinkham, E. Wood, Gordon, Kuslansky, E. Giles, Rowe, Hawkins, E. Richardson Knapp, Wentworth, MacDougall, Mersereau, C. Farnham, E. Frank, Richards, Barstow, Manson, A. Stevens, McKenney Williamson GLEE CLUB Page Seventy-six Lucy Arnold Catherine Bentley Adelaide Bishop Ruth Brown Marion Buzzell Lucile Clark Alma Comins June Dakin Etta Dickey Barbara Elliott Beatrice Henderson Jean Adams Mabel Allen Phyllis Barstow Beatrice Besse Aileen Boutilier Pauline Brown Carlene Farnham Edith Frank Ruth Beal Glennys Cross Doris Fowler Evelyn Giles Isabel Gordon Phyllis Hawkins Sopranos Alice l-lennigan Lois Hennigar Katherine Ingalls Glenda Knapp Marietta Lowe Kathleen Ludden Louise MacDougall Lucille Macldocks Mary McCobb Elaine McKenney Pauline Melendy Second Sopranos Ella Glines Virginia Hodgkins Gertrude Maxell lda May Perry lsabelle Pinkham Virginia Richards Marie Ryer Catharine Smith Marvis Stuart Altos Elizabeth Hodgkins Muriel Kuslansky Margaret Lewis Lucille Manson Erma Mosher Accompanist Alice Stevens Margaret Mersereau Margaret Mulroney Rowena Page Mary Anne Potts Lucille Reynolds Alice Richardson Doris Salley Elizabeth Sturtevant Olive Wentworth Ruth Strickland Eugenia Swanton Doris Taylor Alzaleen Titcomb Anita Twitchell Annie Voter Florence Waterman Mariorie Wilbur Edith Wood Rosamond Wood Marian McKenney Elizabeth Richardson Alice Rowe Emolyn Smith Evelyn Stevens Ethel Williamson Bouchard, Shea, Macgregor, Mitchell, Rollins, Young, Nickerson, l-lolden, MacBean, Potts R. Brown, Law, Davis, Kimball, l-lammond, Littlefield, E. Richardson, Barstow, Russell, K. Comber E. Dickey, Moore, Virgie, M. Frank, Boyden, R. Witham, Rose Witham, Norton, Grover, Mersereau, R. Latham, l-lennigar Anderson, Giddinge, P. Reynolds, Lancaster, Thompson, York, Wilbur, C. Smith, Jellison, Low M. Smith, Tyler, Dunning, Jackson, Miss Porter, Lahti, Clements, Emond, Gamage, E. Latham Christopher, L. Smith, Arnold, E. Stevens, Mixer, l-lanson, Tardy, Waterman, l-layes, l-larris MODERN AUTHORS CLUB " ..... to bring to members in the group and Finally to the school, current works of merit in the literary Field. ' President . . . June York Vice-President . l-lelen Thompson Secretary . . . Mariorie Wilbur Treasurer . , Frances Lancaster Faculty Adviser . Miss Virginia A. Porter STUDENTS interested in modern literature meet once in two weeks to hear reviews and discussions ol nationally po ular works by contemporary writers. Books purchased by the club with membership dues are eventually presented to the school library. Community work and the propagation ol good literary tastes through a book exhibit of unusual works are added activities ot this group. Page Seventy-seven Arey, l-lawkins, Savage, MacWilliam, Andrews, Mrs. Dalcin, G. Fish, Eaton, Dakin, Clark L. Reynolds, Thompson, Potts, Lishness, R. Latham, Taylor, Beaulieu, F. Giles, Lancaster YEARBOOK EDITORIAL STAFF Editors Rhoda Latham, Editor-in-Chief Mary Anne Potts, Organizations l-lelen Thompson, Activities Frances Giles, Women's Athletics Charles Lishness, Me-n's Athletics Pauline Emmons, l-lome Economics Assistants l-lelen Andrews Alice Rowe Phyllis l-lawlcins june Dalcin Norman MacWilliam Frances Lancaster BUSINESS STAFF CJ. Flint Taylor, Business Manager Lionel Beaulieu, Advertising Lucille Reynolds, Photography Lucile Clark, Circulation Wendell Eaton Guy Fish Catherine Arey Allen Savage FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. Stella G. Dakin Page Seventy-eight F. S Robert A. Bragg, Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Rollins, Managing Editor Rhoda Latham, Feature Editor l-larland Abbott, Headline Writer Eleonora lotman, Business Manager Lucile Clarlc, Circulation Lionel Beaulieu, Advertising George Van l'lorne Clive Wentworth, Exchange Editor Lucille Manson, Alumni Editor Charles Lishness, Menis Sports Ruth l-lanscom, Women's Sports COLUMNISTS Reginald Watson, Beau-peeping Kenneth Rollins, Sturt Lucille Maddoclcs, About School Pauline Emmons, l-lome Economics REPORTERS l-lelen Andrews Eva Lanpher Dorothy Anderson Barbara Welch Edith Lyon Kathryn Ingalls Isabelle Rinlcham Robert Kessell Lorna Smith Alma Mills Leon Strout Elsie Lahti Guy Fish Elizabeth Sturtevant Ruth Beal William Starbird Barbara Dempsey Barbara Colwell Lucille Reynolds Elizabeth Latham Emily Bouchard Florence Emond Evelyn Giles Joseph Fox ,loan Gamage, Typist FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. Stella G. Dolan Bouchard, Sturtevant, Watson, Kessell, L. Strout, Abbott, Lahti, Manson, Van l-lorne Dempsey, E. Latham, Andrews, Maddoclcs, Gamage, Welch, Emond, K. Ingalls, Mrs. Dakin L. Smith, E. Giles, Lyon, Wentworth, l-lanscom, Calwell, Pinkham, Clark Totman, R. Latham, Bragg, Rollins, Lishness, Beaulieu N. S. MIRROR Page Seventy-nine E. Soule, York, R. Soule, R. Elliot, Higgins Williams, Maxell, Stover, Chandler, Daley, Emmons, Miss Modes HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Page Eighty to promote good work ol the community ..... President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Social Chairman Finance . . Educational . Social Welfare. Publicity . . Camp Equipment fellowship among membe rs-to aid in social . Marian Stover -lhirza Chandler Cnertrucle Maxell Pauline Emmons . Carolyn Daley . . ,lune York . l.ois Williams . Dora Higgins . . Rita Soule Elizabeth Soule welfare Vallely, D. Strout, Keene, W. Cooper Fox, Connor, Carey, Abbott Watson, Nickerson, Stover, Potts, Aliberti Triclcey, Andrews, McGlauFlin, Miss Merrill, Welch, Hughes, Clark Mercier, Thompson, Beaulieu, Daley, Lishness PLAYS AND PLAYERS President . . Lionel A. Beaulieu Vice-President . . . . Woodrow A. Mercier Secretary . . ..... Helen E. Thompson Business Managers Stage Managers Property Manager Wardrobe Mistress .... Prompter . . Reginald L. Watson, Harland C. Abbott . Wilber A. Cooper, Robert C. Keene . . . . . Charles P. Lishness . Carolyn T. Daley . . Amorette B. Nickerson Key Members Pledges Harland Abbott Charles Lishness Deane Beedy lrene Kitchin John Aliberti Dorothy Mcfilaullin Catherine Bentley Rhoda Latham Helen Andrews Woodrow Mercier Beatrice Besse Norman MacWilliam Lionel Beaulieu Amorette Niclcerson Betty Betterley Elizabeth McCann ,lames Carey Mary Anne Potts George Chapman Kenneth Rollins Lucite Clarl4 Melvin Preble Dorothy Connors Allen Savage Francis Connor Marian Stover Ardis Farnham William Starbird Wilber Cooper Donald Strout Carlene Farnham Leon Strout Carolyn Daley Helen Thompson Guy Fish Frances Taylor Donald Fish Dorrice Triclcey Katherine lngalls Cieorge Van Horne Joseph Fox Woodrow Vallely Kathryn Ingalls Eleanor Walker Arthur Henderson Reginald Watson Rosemary Hughes Barbara Welch Faculty Adviser Robert Keene Donald Yeaton Miss Ernestine L. Merrill Margaret Lewis Page Eighty-one " it 1 ,gm l tl t r' 'gl 1 i it f it I I 'l HOLIDAY Page Eighty-two Julia Seton johnny Case Linda Seton Ned Seton Edward Seton Laura Cram Seton Cram Susan Potter Niclc Potter Delia . l-lenry . Charles Ardis Farnham Francis Connor Beatrice Besse Donald Yeaton James Carey . Catherine Bentley Donald Fish Betty Betterley . Leon Strout l-lilda Bradford Kenneth Rollins . William Starbird PLAYS and Players planning board consisting of Miss Merrill, Lionel Beaulieu, Dorothy McGlauflin and Woodrow Vallely arranged instructive programs For the semi-monthly meetings. They brought to the entire school the following speakers: Clarlc Kuney, president of the University of Maine Masque, who gave a tallc on the Maine Masque and the theatre in general, Mrs. David Graham, a Former Theatre Guild member, who read Rachel Crother's Broadway success ol 1937-1938, "Susan and God," Alman Cooper, president ol the Maine Federation of Little Theatres. A First ni ht Maine Masque production, "Johnny Johnson" by Paul Green, was seen in Marci by the Play Production class. The First play of the season was Elizabeth McFadden's "Double Door" produced in December. ln March, ul-lolidayu by Phillip Barry was presented, at which time the new members were pledged. The play production class presented three one- act plays in April. The Final production of the season was the senior play, supported and assisted by Plays and Players. A banquet and initiation of new members held in May and a trip to the Lake- wood Playhouse concluded the season. t i 1. The banker brings Rios gilt lor lwis bride wlwicli Victoria demands. Q. Victoria is left alone with the pearls. Avery . Telson . Louise . . William . . Anne Darrow . . Caroline Van Bret . Victoria Van Bret . Mr. Chase . . Mortimer Neff . Rip Van Bret . Dr. John Sully . Lambert . . DOUBLE DOOR Frances Taylor Leon Strout Betty Betterley 'Kennetl1l2ollins Dorothy Connors l-'lelen Andrews Barbara Welch Allen Savage William Starbird , Deane Beedy . Guy Fislw Francis Connor Page Eighty-tl1r.eB Wenckus, L. Strout, Reed, Keene, G. Fish, Kessell, Savage Gillis, Tyler, L. Richardson, Mr. Roy, MacBean, Dunning, Ferland Sturtevant, Norton, B. Whitney, Bouchard, McCobb, Hammond, E. Richardson, R. Soule L. Reynolds, M. Frank, Worster, R. V. Elliot, A. Mills, Saunders, Boutilier Miss Ouessy, Lyon, Williams, Henderson, Allyn NATURAL SCIENCE SOCIETY Page Eighty-Four' A ' "For the purpose of forming an organization by means of which its members may come together to study and promote the natural sciences, Senior Council Department Heads President . . . Lois Williams Photography, Minerology . Charles Preble Vice-President . Arthur Henderson- Astronomy, Radio . . L. Joseph Roy Lois Williams Lawrence Sturtevant Dora Higgins Arthur Henderson Lucille Reynolds Rita Soule Elizabeth Hammond Marguerite Lishness Mildred Worster William Starbird Eugene Herrick Alma Mills I Barbara Tyler Allen Savage Betty Saunders Margaret Mulroney Roberta Edgecomb Ruth Elliot Photography Vera MacBean Barbara Whitney Barbara Dempsey Barbara Calwell Aileen Boutilier Chemistry and Ph sic: Clayton Reed' Joseph Wenckus Radio Guy Fish Minerology Leon Strout Biolog Florence Xllarshall Gladys Dunning Elizabeth Sturtevant Frances Taylor Emily Bouchard Iva Lane Phyllis Allyn Laverne Richardson Elizabeth Richardson Evelyn Stevens Andrew Ferland Robert Keene Robert Kessell Vivian Norton Celia Haskell Mariorie Frank FRESHMAN BASKETBALL DORMITORY BASKETBALL SOUTH HALL, Purington Hall, Palmer Hall, the Lodge and the young women living outside the dormitories were represented with teams ln the dormitory basketball tournament. The final game between the Lodge and Palmer gave the Lodge the championship by a score ol 'I6 to 'l5. BASKETBALL SQLJADS Purington South ri-Boynton rl-Hull ll-F. Taylor ll-Phillips cl-Blanchard cl-Lowe cg-Glines cg-E. Giles rg-Moddoclcs rg-Nye lg-Stinchlield lg-Tyler Lodge Palmer ri--Cross rl-slellison ll-Warren IF-A. Farnham cl-Gillis cl-Melonson cg-F. Giles -Higgins -Peavey Vg lg-Manson Outsiders rl-Hanscom ll-Lander ci-Dalcin cg-P. Winters rg-B. Whitney lg-Melendy rg-Austin lg-Williams FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD Dunning, P. Winter, Tyler, Jackson, R. Wood, Morrison, Bentley, Berry Littlefield, Hammond, Lander, K. Comber, F. Taylor, Morse, H. Winters Runes Johnson Weatherbee, Whitten, M. Frank, Stinchfield, B. Whitney, D. Taylor V Hodglclns Green E Richardson Bowlcer, Marshall, Eva Giles, Mulroney, E. Stevens, M. Dunton, Alcerley Dickey Phillips Adams Thurston, Williams, Page A. Farnham, Melcmson, Bouchard, Blanchard, Taylor, R. Soule, Philpot Lancaster, Edgecomb, Briggs, R. Elliot, l'-lull Proctor, Lane, Boutilier, Umphrey E. Soule, Arey, Dempsey, Higgins, Jellison HOME EC BASKETBALL INTER-CLASS Freshmen . . 33 Juniors . Juniors . 33 Seniors . . Freshmen . . 33 I-I. lic. Sophomores Seniors . . . 45 l'l. Ec. Freshmen . . Q9 l-l. Ec. Sophomores . . . 61 Normal . College . INTER- Outsiders . . Q9 Lodge . 35 South . . 13 Lodge . 39 Page Ninety-four l"l. lic. Juniors . l-l. Ec. Juniors Seniors . . . . . . Q1 . . . . Q1 DORMITORY Purington . Palmer Palmer Lodge NEWCOMB-SENIOR II First Row-Williamson, McGlauflin, Curtis, Gordon, Salley, Second Row-Giles, l-lanscom, Rus- sell, Johnson, Bock Row-Crass, Fox, Lahti, Smith. CAPTAIN BALL-JUNIOR ll First Row-Maddocks, Brown, Boyn- ton, Umphrey, Nye, Dakin Cnot in groupb Back Row-Keating, Davis, Lowe, Melendy. DORMITORY BASKETBALL- LODGE First Row-Giles, Peavey, Gillis Cross, Manson. CLASS BASKETBALL- JUNIOR H.EC. Jellison, Higgins, Farnham, Melan- son, Williams, Austin, Soule. TOURNAMENT WINNERS Page Ninety-live A. A. AWARDS Highest award attainable, received by form in one maior and Marion Austin Ardis Farnham Ella Glines Ethel Gillis Achieved by those who have won 1500 poi Catherine Arey Dorothy Boynton Marion Buzzell June Dalcin Given to tho Phyllis Allyn Ruth Blanchard Aileen Boutilier Barbara Calwell Barbara Dempsey Grace Edgecomb Ruth Elliot Evelyn Giles Martha Green Awarded to '38 Edith Frank Lucille Manson Dorothy McGlauFlin Mildred Sweet '39 Alice Hennigan Marietta Lowe Ruby Smith Presented to Alice Hennigan Alton Hyer Page Ninety-six Senior Emblem two minor sports. Frances Giles Ruth Hanscom Ruth Merry Dora Higgins jackets nts in sport Miriam Holden Eleanor Hutt Pauline Melencty Lucille Maddoclcs Mary Nye Letters er iaclcet winners lor participation Alice Jellison Margaret Smith Rita Soule Lois Williams sz Mary Page Ruth Philpot Elizabeth Soule Avis Umphrey se who have reached a standard ol 'l000 points: Frances Grover Virginia Lander Iva Lane Ada Marshall Mariorie Morse Mary Proctor Faye Stinchfield Elizabeth Sturtevant Frances Taylor Numerals r 500 points: '40 Eva Anderson Catherine Bentley Barbara Dickey Gladys Dunning Grace Fearon Mariorie Frank Martha Grant Cheerleader Emblems cheer leaders who served during the vars Kathryn lngalls Marjorie Morse Muriel Davis Edith Lyon Wilma Nichols Alice Rowe Louise Thurston Anita Twitchell Barbara Tyler Verne Whitten Priscilla Winters '41 Priscilla Ayers Katherine Taylor Muriel Kuslansky Margaret Mulroney Elizabeth Richardson Doris Taylor glean Weatherbee Barbara Whitney Helen Winters ity baslcetball season Anita 'lwitchell Verne Whitten " ..... by individual responsibility of all members rather than by a system of officers, to direct men's athletics in the school and to maintain an always helpful attitude to- ward athletics in the high schools of Franklin County." LETTER winners in lVlen's Athletics compose the lVlen's l: Club which, with l.. Joseph Roy as faculty adviser, arranges for all athletic awards for men and directs the men's athletics within the school. The Franlflin County Baslcetball tourna- ment has lor several years been most successful, both lor the F Club and the compet- ing high schools. As a further service to the surrounding high schools, competent ollicials are made available lor their athletic contests. Members are: John Aliberti Claude Broolcs Charles Card James Conway Cony Curtis Wendell Eaton Felix Gloden Charles Lishne-ss Philip Soderauist Norman MacWilliam Earle 'lraslc Melvin Preble Reginald Watson Darrol Robinson joseph Wenclcus William Russell Cnlenn Wilcox Wilson Smith Charles Wright Donald Strout D. Strout, M. Vase, Gloden, Russell, Preble Wenckus, Smith, Lush, Robinson Brooks, Eaton, Mr. Roy, MacWilliam, Aliberti Lishness, Mercier, Watson, Wilcox Wright, Card, J. Conway MEN 'S F CLUB Page Ninety-seven Coach Davis, Manager Mercier Gloden, Preble, Soclerquist, Wenckus, Wright, Aliberti, F. Conway, ,l. Conway, Russell BASKETBALL VARSITY Page Ninety-eight Forwards Philip Soclerquist Joseph Wenclcus Melvin Preble Basketball Coach Vincent Barrows Davis Centers William Russell Felix Gloden Athletic Director L. Joseph Roy Guards Charles Wright James Conway John Aliberti Manager Woodrow Mer cier VARSITY sEAsoN RECORD H F s Maine School of Commerce . 3'l . . N. S. . . 43 Rhode Island College ofEducation 39 F. S. N. S. . . 47 Salem Teachers College . Q8 F. S. N. S. . . Q5 Austin Cate Academy, N. H. . 24 F. S. N. S. . . 38 Assumption College, Mass. . 43 F. S. N. S. . . Q7 Hyannis Teachers College . 30 F. S. N. S. . . 35 Gorham Normal School . . 46 F. S. N. S. . . 42 Kents Hill School . . 38 F. S. N. S. . . 35 Hebron Academy . . 53 F. S. N. S. . . 43 Salem Teachers College . . 30 F. S. N. S. . . 4'l Hebron Academy . . . 48 F. S. N. S. . . 44 Madawaslca Training School . 35 F. S. N. S. . . 49 Machias Normal School . . 40 F. S. N. S. . . 54 Austin Cate Academy . . 30 F. S. N. S. . . 64 Cuorham Normal School . . 44 F. S. N. S. . . 42 Kents Hill School . . . 36 F. S. N. S. . . 49 Points-Qpponents 595 F. S. N. S. 678 JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE Rangeley High .... 16 glr. Varsity . . 25 Farmington High . . 'l6 glr. Varsity . . Q3 Stratton High . . 'H jr. Varsity . . QQ Kingheld Town . QQ Vlr. Varsity . . 35 Phillips High . . 'l6 glr. Varsity . . 40 Sanford High . . 'l5 Mlr. Varsity . . 12 Stratton Town . . Q6 ulr. Varsity . . 36 Strong Town . . '16 Jr. Varsity . . Q6 Rangeley High . . Q6 glr. Varsity . . Q8 Stratton High . . 'I6 glr. Varsity . . 34 Stratton Town . . 'I8 glr. Varsity . . Q4 Kingfield Town . . 37 glr. Varsity . . QQ ,lay Hi h . . 33 lr. Varsity . . Q1 Strong Town . Q6 glr. Varsity . . 41 Alumni . . 54 glr. Varsity . . 39 N. E. TEACHERS COLLEGE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE ANY teachers college or normal school in New England is eligible to become a member ot the New England Teachers College Athletic Conference. It is a rapidly growing organization having nine schools already as members. Danbury Connecticut Teachers College was admitted at the last meeting. Following is the standing of the teams in the basketball competition of the 1937-'I938 season: Gorham Normal School, Gorham, Maine New Britain Teachers College, New Britain, Conn. Rhode lsland College of Education, Providence, R. l. Farmington Normal School, Farmington, Maine Hyannis Teachers College, Hyannis, Mass. Salem Teachers College, Salem, Mass. Keene Teachers College, Keene, N. H. Fitchburg Teachers College, Fitchburg, Mass. Russell, Farmington Forward, and Conway, guard, were chosen on the second all-conference team. Page Ninety Lishness, Dunton, Arbo, ,lordan,'Smith, Brewer F. Conway, Keene, Van l-lorne, C. Webber, Wilcox, Aliberti Eaton, Springer, Cooper, Ellis, Yorke JUNIOR VARSITY Page One Hundred PLAYING a Fifteen game schedule again this year the Junior Varsity equalled their last year's record by virtue of their eleven wins and four losses although they did meet much keener competition this year. Town-team games were put into the schedule For the First time this year. Seniors who will be lost to the squad next year are Springer, Smith, Card, Brewer and Strout. LINE-UP Forwards Guards Ervin Arbo John Aliberti Charles Card Frank Anderson Frank Conway Richard Brewer Ralph Dunton Arthur Cooper Herbert Jordan Wendell Eaton Robert Keene Allen Savage Claude Webber Leon Strout Glenn Wilcox George Van l'lorne Centers Alfred Ellis Managers Guy Fish Woodrow Merc ier Lawrence Sturtevant Wilson Smith Ralph Springer Richard Yorke Coach Charles Lishness Athletic Director L. Joseph Roy F. Conway, J. Conway, Trask, Card, Preble, Henderson Coach Reed, Eaton, Smith, Robinson, MacWilliam, Wilcox CROSS COUNTRY IN WINNING the Final meet of the year from Gorham the Cross Country team won their twenty-Filth consecutive meet and also the state normal school title For the third consecutive season. This year's team was without doubt the best in the history ol the school, ln seven meets the team accomplished that very rare Feat oi winning not one, but six, ol their meets by perlect scores against the strongest competition the state could offer. Although the team is losing lour varsity men by graduation, Coach Reed will still have some very capable men returning next year in MacWilliam, Wilcox, Robinson, Eaton, Trask, F. Conway, Arbo, Henderson, Van Horne and Sturtevant. Coach Reed, a former University of Maine Cross Country man, contributed a great deal ol time and eltort in building a great team. Ervin Arbo Charles Card Frank Conway James Conway Wendell Eaton Gorham Normal . Colby Frosh . Bates Jr. Varsity . Bowdoin Jr. Varsity . Maine Frosh . . Hebron Academy A Gorham Normal , Arthur Henderson Charles Lishness Norman MacWilliam Melvin Preble Darrol' Robinson Coach, Dr. James Reed CROSS COUNTRY MEETS . 47 Normal . 47 Normal . 47 Normal . 47 Normal . 30 Normal . 47 Normal . 50 Normal Wilson Smith Lawrence Sturtevant Earle Trask George Van Horne Glenn Wilcox 15 15 15 15 26 15 15 Page One Hundred One 100-yard Dash Francis Connor Allen Savage Lawrence Sturtevant 880-yard Dash Charles Card Earl Trask High jump Cony Curtis Marshall Vase Glenn Wilcox Charles Wright Weights Felix Cnloclen William Russell Leon Strout Marshall Vase Charles Wright Page One Hundred Two TEAM MEMBERS 220-yard Dash Norman MacWilliam Darrol Robinson Lawrence Sturtevant Mile Run blames Conway Charles Lishness Wilson Smith Broad jump James Conway Darrol Robinson Philip Soderquist Hurdles Earl Trask Wilson Smith TRACK 440-yard Dash Norman MacWilliam Darrol Robinson Earl -l'rasl4 TwoM-ile Run Wendell Eaton Hamilton Ciiberson Melvin Preble Wilson Smith Pole Vault l-lerbert Marrshall Philip Soderquist George Vase Marshall Vase Glenn Wilcox Javelin James Conway Darrol Robinson Philip Soderauist Marshall Vase l 1. The banker brings l2ip's gilt for luis bride wlticlw Victoria clemancls. Q. Victoria is left alone with the pearls. A Avery . Telson . Louise . . William . . Anne Darrow . . Caroline Van Bret . Victoria Van Bret . Mr. Chase . . Mortimer Neil . Rip Van Bret . Dr. Joltn Sully . Lambert . . DOUBLE DOOR Frances Taylor Leon Strout Bett-y Betterley 'Kenneth Rollins Dorothy Connors l'lelen Andrews Barbara Welclw Allen Savage William Starbird , Deane Beedy . Guy Fish Francis Connor Page Eighty-three Wenckus, L. Strout, Reed, Keene, G. Fish, Kessell, Savage Gillis, Tyler, L. Richardson, Mr. Roy, MacBean, Dunning, Ferland Sturtevant, Norton, B. Whitney, Bouchard, McCobb, Hammond, E. Richardson, R. Soule L, Reynolds, M. Frank, Worster, R. V. Elliot, A. Mills, Saunders, Boutilier Miss Ouessy, Lyon, Williams, Henderson, Allyn NATURAL SCIENCE SOCIETY Page Eighty-four' ' ' "For the purpose of forming an organization by means of vihich its members may come together to study and promote the natural sciences, . . . Senior Council Department Heads President . . . Lois Williams Photography, Mineralogy . Charles Preble Vice-President . Arthur Henderson- Astronomy, Radio . . L. Joseph Roy Lois Williams Lawrence Sturtevant Dora Higgins Arthur Henderson Lucille Reynolds Rita Soule Elizabeth Hammond Marguerite Lishness Mildred Worster William Starbird Eugene Herrick Alma Mills Barbara Tyler Allen Savage Betty Saunders Margaret Mulroney Roberta Edgecomb Ruth Elliot Photography Vero MacBean Barbara Whitney Barbara Dempsey Barbara Colwel Aileen Boutilier Chemistry and Ph sics Clayton Reed' Joseph Wenckus Radio Guy Fish Mineralogy Leon Strout Biolog Florence Xflarshall Gladys Dunning Elizabeth Sturtevant Frances Taylor Emily Bouchard lva Lane Phyllis Allyn Laverne Richardson Elizabeth Richardson Evelyn Stevens Andrew Ferland Robert Keene Robert Kessell Vivian Norton Celia Haskell Mariorie Frank L. Williams, Mr. Roy, R. Soule, Mercier, Lishness, F. Giles, Liscomb, F. Taylor " ..... to promote outdoor activities and to provide the means of enioying such activities as are not provided by the athletic associations." Adelbert Liscomb Frances Giles Lois Williams . Flint Taylor Charles Lishness Woodrow Mercier . Rita Soule L. Joseph Roy President . . . Vice-President . . . . Secretary .... Treasurer ,... . Director of Cabin and Trail . Director of Hikes . . . Director of Activities . . . Faculty Adviser . . FQUNDED in 1937 by lovers ol outdoor life, this organization has been most active in promoting the recreational lite ol the student body. An enrollment total ot 'l9O includes charter and non-charter members. Purchase ol a cabin at Clearwater Pond was made possible by the combined dues ol the members lor both years. Groups have contributed to the furnishing and decorating of the camp which will serve as headquarters for the club. Activities such as the weinie roast ancl hilce, a slci brealctast at popular Craig's Ledge, the establishment of a slci school, organized climbs of Mount Katahdin and Mount Washington, a treasure hunt, and informal swimming outings, contributed to the season's enioyment of club facilities. OUTING CLUB 'Q .IX 6. Q 44 ,k , ,Q if iz: f'?1'l All J T yn kits JJ ' ' Page Eighty-five H. Smith, Rush, Bishop, Macgregor, Culberson Boynton, Morse, H. Winters, Twitchell, Ludden, F. Giles Morrison, Green, Nye, Andrews, McCann, Whitten, Hanscom Stanvvood, Whittier, Walker, Lyon, Kuslansky, Marshall, Betterley Fowler, McGlauFlin, Stover, Bradford, Savage LAMBDA EPSILON rr Page Eighty-six ' ..... to promote friendship and form lasting friendships among its members." President . . ....,.. Marian Stover Vice-President . . Dorothy McGlauFlin Secretary . . . Doris Fowler Treasurer . . . . . . . Hilda Bradford Pan-Hellenic Council Members Hilda Bradford Louise Savage Marian Stover LAMBDA EPSILON sorority was organized in 1930, a constitution drawn up and adopted, and a pledge set up for new initiates. The white rose was chosen for the sorority Flower, black and white for the colors, and for a mascot, the white ele- phant with trunlc raised. Weelcly meetings are held throughout the school year, at which time guest speaikers entertain with readings, travel tallcs, and discussions ol various topics ol the ay. The maior social function of the year is the annual Cabaret. 'Other social activities are the tea dances and a coffee dance held before the major dances. Social welfare activities include boxes to deserving families at Thanksgiving, sun- shine packages to shut-ins, and membership in the American Red Cross. We ol Lambda Epsilon have for our motto the words ol the poet who said, "Friendship is the golden chain that binds true friends together." .....lOSGfVeO President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer 4 Lewis, Purkis, K. Whitney, Bentley Davis, Dakin, K. V. Ingalls, K. Ingalls B, Elliott, l. Johnson, l-lawlces, A. Curtis, Orcutt Watson, S. Whitney, Virgie, R. Elliott, Voter, Clark R. Titcomb, Welch, Cross, Keating, Moore ur friends layally and to make everyone Pan-Hellenic Council Members Glennys Cross Rowena Titcomb Annie Voter o friend." Glennys Cross Barbara Welch Rowena Titcomb Winnifred Keating PHI MU SIGMA Pl-ll MU SIGMA sorority was formed in 1929 with six active members, the second sorority in the school. ln 1938, the number has increased to twenty-six active members. The sorority holds loyalty and fellowship as its highest ideals, loyalty to the school in supporting its educational and professional aims, its ideals, and its tradi- tions, loyalty to friends in the beliel that the bonds ol human Fellowship are the Finest and strongest, and loyalty to the aims, ideals, and constitution ol the sorority which serves to unite us for a COITITTIOFI CQUSG. 4 Activities ol the sorority as advised by the planning board have been ol a social nature, including parties, picnics, excursions, brealclasts and dances. Special speakers have been enjoyed at various meetings during the year. Each spring a banquet is held to which the alumnae are invited. Many ol the ,A graduate members return and friendships are renewed. Page Eighty-seven A. Richardson, MacBean, Potts, E. Frank, Fickett Mosher, Nyberg, McCobb, P. Winters, F. Taylor, M. Stuart M. Frank, Richards, Madcloclcs, A. Mills, Cheney, Lanpher, Henderson Bowker, M. Dunton, Hughes, Evelyn Giles, Hennigan Hawkins, Thompson, Manson, Heminway, C. Farnham PHI NU OMEGA Page Eighty-eight " ..... to help one another in every way possible ond to remain sincere and loyal throughout life." President .......... Lucille Manson Vice-President . . Carlene Farnham Secretary . . Phyllis Hawkins Treasurer . .... . . Carolyn Heminway Pan-Hellenic Council Members Carlene Farnham Lucille Manson Helen Thompson PHI NU OMEGA sorority was founded in the fall ol 1925, the First sorority in the school. Since that time, the sorority has striven to uphold the highest professional ideals by insisting that its members be ol good character, loyal, honest, and of good standing in the school. Foch Fall in order to renew acquaintance and to introduce the initiates to the former members, an alumnae banquet is held at the Exchange Hotel as well as an annual banquet held in the spring. Fndeavoring to enrich the social lile of its mem- bers, the sorority held picnics, camping trips at Clearwater, game programs, theater parties and afternoon teas. Cooperating with school functions, the sorority has ioined the Red Cross and donated to Plays and Players. l Kessell, Dwight Beedy, Lush, D. Strout, M. Vase, J. Conway, Gloden, Card, Anderson, Springer, Ellis, l-lerrick, Van l-lorne Ferland, Arbo, Cu. Fish, C. Chapman, D. Fish, A. Cooper, W. Webber, L. Strout, Keene, Lee, F. Conway, Wilcox, Marshall Wenckus, Jordan, Kinney, Brasier, MacMillan, Vallely, Preble, Giberson, Smith, Reed, Robinson, Savage, G. Chapman Sturtevant, Williams, Lishness, Liscomb, Beaulieu, Watson, Brewer, Carey, Taylor, Bragg, l-lyer, Deane Beedy, Larson Aliberti, Eaton, Abbott, Mercier, Wright, MacWilliam, Mr. Chapman, Russell, Brooks KAPPA DELTA PHI . . to promote fraternal brotherhood and to advance the interests of schools and colleges through the influence ofa permanently organized body of men, alumni and undergraduates connected therewith." President . . Charles Wright Vice-President . . l-larland Abbott Secretary . . Norman MacWilliam Treasurer . .... Woodrow Mercier KAPPA Delta Phi l-louse, formerly the Abbott school dormitory, stands as an advancement of the fraternity and of the school. With their house mother, the young men enioy the broadening, friendly aspects of social life in a group and the fraternity is made a more unified body. Again the fraternity offered to the grammar schools of this vicinity their annual basketball tournament. This activity is enthusiastically endorsed by the grammar school principals who praise the keen, fair spirit of competition which their players learn before entering high school. -- As the social phase of their activities they presented the autumn dance to open the year, the lnitiates' Dance shortly after the addition of new members, the annual banquet, and the spring dance well attended by alumni. Page Eighty-nine Higgins, Morse, Williams, Mrs. Tilton, R. Merry, Green, Hanscom, Welch, Boynton, Coombs, F. Giles, Nye A. VA. COUNCIL Page Ninety " ..... to provide a program of wholesome and happy recreation for everyone throughout the school year, to create in each individual a lasting interest in sport for sport's sake, to improve general health, vigor and endurance, to develop greater class consciousness and a spirit of good sportsmanship." Association President . Elizabeth Coombs Vice-President. . . Frances Giles Secretary-Treasurer. . . Dorothy Boynton Council President . . Barbara Welch Recorder . . . . Mary Nye Freshmen juniors Seniors Martha Green Mary Nye Ruth Hanscom Barbara Welch Ruth Merry Mariorie Morse Phyllis Allyn Elizabeth Coombs Dorothy Boynton Home Economics Dora Higgins Director of Women's Athletics Mrs. Mary E. Tilton Frances Giles l.ois Williams WOMEN'S F CLUB SCHQGL letters awarded by vote of the council on a basis of number ol points won, sportsmanship, school spirit, and membership in the association entitled young women to membership in the F Club. lts activities include social and physical recreation lor the group and the selection ol the cheerleading squad during the baslcetball season. President . . . Dora Higgins Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Ruth Merry Within the F Club is the iaclcet club of young women who have received that higher award. jacket Club Members Marion Austin Ella Glines Virginia Richards Elizabeth Coombs Ruth l-lanscom Rita Soule Sara Curtis Dora Higgins Margaret Smith Ardis Farnham Vera l-lomer Marian Stover Frances Giles Alice xlellison Lois Williams Ethel Gillis Ruth Merry Melanson, Davis, Peavey, Melendy, Rush, Boynton, Thurston, Nye, Buzzell, McGIauFlin, Lancaster, Nichols, Higgins, R. Merry, Philpot, Umphrey, Huff, Lyon, Johnson, Richards, Williams, Hanscom, Maddocks, Gordon, Arey, E.Soule, Farnham, F. Giles, M. Smith, Jellison, Warren, Hennigan, Page, Homer, Glines, Gillis, Coombs, R.Soule, Dalcin Page Ninety-one Gordon, Barstow, R. Merry, Davis, Boynton, Buzzell Melendy, F. Giles, M. Smith, Dakin, Mitchell, Richards, B. Elliott P. Brown, Hanscom, Nichols, Nye, Maddocks, Boyden Lyon, Warren, Williamson, Anderson, l-lennigan M. Lowe, Gillis, Glines, E. Frank UPPERCLASS BASKETBALL Page Ninety-two CLASS BASKETBALL SOUADS cl-P. Winters, Tyler, D. Taylor cg-Stinchlield, Whitney Freshmen rl-Lander It-F. Taylor, Capt. rg-Twitchell, Whitten lg-E. Giles Juniors rf-Boynton ll-Nichols cl-Daldn rg-Maddocks lg-Davis, Capt., Buzzell cg-Nye, Melendy, P. Brown Seniors rl-M. Smith, Warren It-l-lanscom cl-Gillis, Franlc rg-F. Giles lg-Merry, Barstow -Glines Home Economics Freshmen rl-Dempsey, Capt., Elliott ll-Allyn cl- Blanchard rg-Sturtevant, Colwell lg-Colwell cg-Boutilier, Edgecomb Home Economics Sophomores rl-Philpot If-l-lutl, Arey cl-Holden, l-lulzl rg-Llmphrey, Thurston lg-Page cg-Soule, Capt., Proctor Home Economics juniors rl-Jellison ll-Farnham, Capt. cl-Melanson, Soule rg-l-liggins lg-Austin cg-Williams B HOP SKYSCRAPER reproductions formed a realistic skyline in Alumni Gymnasium as a baclcground lor the formal dress ol those attending the B l"lop on March 5. An old English letter B set in silver against blaclc, decorated the platform setting For Doc l-larmon and his orchestra. The dance was given by the iunior class with John Aliberti as general chairman. Patrons and patronesses were Miss Agnes Mantor, Miss Caroline Quessy, Miss Ernestine Merrill, Richard R. Mallett and Miss l-lelena Long, Norman MacWilliam, and Miss Carolyn Dralce, John Aliberti and Miss Dorothy McGlaullin. Chairmen ol the committees were Kenneth Rollins, publicity, Kathleen Whitney, decorations, Dorothy Boynton, programs, Sara Whitney, refreshments, Woodrow Mercier, music. Miss Mantor and Miss Quessy, faculty advisers. HOME ECONOMICS DANCE AUTUMN was the setting for the Home Economics dance sponsored by the Home Economics club. An annual allair, it was held this year on November 13. General chairman ol the dance was Lois Williams. Assisting committees under her were Dora l-liggins, decorations, Vera l'lomer, refreshments, Margaret Kneeland, Mary Page, programs, Alice ,le-llison, publicity, Ardis Farnham, Finance, Carolyn Daley, clean up. Music For this occasion was Furnished by Rudy Wallace. Patron- esses were Dean Helen E. Loclcwood, Miss Margaret Mades, Miss Leona Rider and Miss Marian Stover. Page One Hundred Three ACCOMPANIED by Principal W. G. h Mallettand Miss Emma M. Mahoney, faculty representatives, a student delega- tion attended the New England Teacher- Preparation Associations annual meeting in Boston held in November. Students selected by the faculty were Ruth Merry, Mary Anne Potts, Lionel Beaulieu, Robert Bragg, Flint Taylor, of the senior class, and Phyllis l-lawlcins, a iunior. Participation by both student and faculty groups was provided by panel meetings during the conference. Social and educational gatherings made up the remain- der of the program. UNlQLlE decorations transformed the Alumni Gymnasium into a miniature village and made a perfect setting for the l-loliday Dance. First of its lcind in the social season, this annual affair sponsored by the social training committee, toolc place December 'l'l, in Alymni Gymnasium. General chairman was Woodrow . Mercier, faculty adviser, Miss Ruth Grif- fiths, music, Lois Williams, programs, Kath- , ryn lnglglls, rcgfreshments, Ervin Allbo, pub- icity, en avage, patrons an patron- Esseghbdlitxh gflirgge, properties, l-lelen Andrews, invitations, Barbara Welch, decorations, orot c au in. Pallrons and patronesses were Dean Carolyn A. Stone, Miss Agnes P. Mantor, Wood- row Mercier, Miss Verne Whitten, Ralph Springer, president of the student body, and D HOP FOLLOWING the custom of previous years, the freshman class organized the D l-lop, a semi-formal dance closing the social year, held on the evening of June 4 at Alumni Gymnasium. ,loseph Wenclcus, president ofthe class, acted as general chairman. Miss Dorothy Boynton. . X 3 'ii Sl3ONSOl2EDbythel3an-l'lellenic.Coun- l cil, the Poverty Ball, which was held in Abbott Gymnasium on February 95, was the first dance to be given under the auspices ofthe three sororities. Old clothes struclc the lceynote and denoted the informal air which pervaded the rustic gymnasium. The amplifier was used for music and during intermission, entertainment was furnished by each sorority. Those serving as general chairmen were l'lilda Bradford, Lambda Epsilon, l-lelen Thompson, Phi Nu Omega, Edith Virgie, Phi Mu Sigma, Miss Agnes Mantor, faculty adviser. Mrs. Stella G. Dalcin and Mrs. Nettie S. Rounds acted as patronesses. Page One Hundred Four UPON recommendation ol a student- laculty committee, a delegation con- sisting ol three student and two faculty members was sent to the thirteenth annual conference ol the Eastern States Associa- tion ol Professional Schools for Teachers held in New York City. Dora Higgins, a iunior, represented the home economics department, Helen Andrews and Norman MacWilliam both iuniors from the general department were the other student dele- gates. Miss Dorothea Hodglcins ol the t ee training school laculty and Errol L. Dearborn, assistant principal, comprised the faculty delegation. CABARET THE major sport dance ol the year, sponsored by Lambda Epsilon sorority, was held onthe evening of May 7 in Alumni Gymnasium. Tables were arranged in cabaret - style and entertainment was given during intermission. Louise Savage acted as chairman with Miss Emma Mahoney as faculty adviser. Music was furnished by Watie Aileen and his orchestra. Sorority members ol the various committees were Frances Giles, Helen Winters, music, Helen Andrews, Muriel Kuslanslcy, publicity, Elizabeth McCann, Kathleen Ludden, programs, Eleanor Wallcer, Verne Whitten, entertainment, Hilda Bradford, Marjorie Morse, refreshments, Marian Stover, Anita Twitchell, decorations, ,lean Macgregor, Miriam Stanwood, clean up. COMMENCEMENT BALL HERALDING an active commencement weelc-end, the senior dance tool4 place on vlune 'IO under the auspices ol the graduating classes. Joseph Fox was ap- pointed general chairman with the following chairmen ol committees: Louise Savage, music, Elizabeth Coombs, refreshments, Marian Stover, decorations, Claude Brooks, programs. Class colors of maroon and silver attractively decorated the gymnasium. IRENE JOHNSON served as general chairman ol the annual boolc party, sponsored by the attendance and permis- sions committee on April 15. Blaclc and white silhouettes ol long cherished story boolc characters decorated Alumni Gymnasium where all the charac- ters assumed human lorm. Besides dancing to the music ol the amplifier, the evening's entertainment in- cluded the presentation oi "Mother Goose's Party", a play directed by Miss Ernestine Merrill. Many valuable and worthwhile boolcs were received as additions to the library. Page One Hundred Five F Page One Hundred Eight BEHIND THE SCENES . . . The inside story . . . Busily backing the man out front. GORHAM GAME . . . Sister schools . . . Race rivalry . . . Meagre margin. HOME NURSING CLASS . . , More home economics practicality . . . Most illness is in the home. VOLLEY BALI .... Compe- tition . . . Coordination. . . Cooperation. THIRD YEAR MUSIC CLASS . . . Unaccustomed instruments ...Unusual sounds . . . Unequalled determination. PALMER LIVING ROOM ...Tea...Tc1Iks...Type . . . Totality. Page One Hundred Nine COTTAGE LIVING ROOM . . . 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