University of Maine at Farmington - Yearbook (Farmington, ME)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1948 volume:
VOLUME lll l948
State Teachers College
Editor-izz-Chief Dorrance E. Goodwin
Auiftfzzzt Ecfito 1'-in-Chief Fannie Clements
Ffzazliy Azlzfiyer Miss Eleanor Wood
Kilt' yefarborfk Sing?
Nor hzzowert thou what augment
Thy hy? to thy lZ6fgb170l',J' creed har lent.
All are zzoederl hy each o12e,'
Nothing if fair or good alone.
-Ralph Waldo Emerrou
One ofthe oldest philosophies of our college has been that
of working and playing together. It has seemed that only by recog-
nition of this basic philosophy may a school life be filled with happi-
ness. Learning co-operation through practice has proved to be one
of the greatest values transferable from our college experiences to
the problems of life. Therefore the Eyfertero staff has endeavored to
reflect in this book that spirit of sharing by choosing the theme
0 Wu. . .
MR. CHARLES S. PREBLE
Who has given years of service to the teaching profession. . .
Who has given guidance to students and classes ....
Who has revealed to us the importance of nature ....
Who has contributed to our understanding of our fellow man
and who has worked to eliminate our prejudices ....
Who has strengthened our belief in God through the study of
We, the students and faculty of Farmington State Teachers
College, dedicate this third edition of Effatleco.
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Dr. Dearborn is Message
No theme can better express the institutional philosophy of our college than that
which has been selected for the 1948 Effestero. Every one of us-students, faculty, those in
administrative positions, house mothers, members of our office staff, and other employees-
can and should feel that there are over three hundred other people in our college family who
desire to share with him in his activities, in his interests, and, above all, in any of his attempts
to make this a better institution for the education of prospective teachers.
In a time when there is such a lack of understanding in the world, it is most fitting
that a college with the philosophy of Farmington's should place before the public a picture of
ways in which it attempts to carry out the ideas and ideals for which it stands. May our at-
tempts to bring all our college personnel together in one big family meet with still greater suc-
cess in the years to come, and may our influence extend beyond our campus to the end that
more and more people may enjoy the real satisfaction that comes through really working "to-
Mr. Reed's Message
One of the greatest lessons college students
must learn is to recognize and accept their social
responsibilities. Only then, can they go out into
their respective communities and guide their stu-
dents in the process of democratic living.
Mr. Nichols' Message
Democracy is a way of life--a way people have of
getting along together. The democractic ideal recognires
three essential qualities in human relationships: the indi-
vidual as a unique being, worthy of attaining his greatest
potentialitiesg the need for co-operation among all peopleg
and the exercise of intelligence in all matters of human re-
We must work together as our major purpose in
education to help the individual realize his greatest capa-
bilities and at the same time fit him for effective citizenship
in a democracy. Hence, outstanding in the school's pur-
pose is the provision for individual needs, for group needs
in democratic relationships, and for developmental experi-
ences in living in present day society.
"Build it well whate'er you do
Build it straight and strong and true
Build it clean and high and broad
Build it for the eye of God."
Miss Lockwood's Message
Together we face a world of uncertainty and
great challenge. Our future and that of our world
depend upon our willingness as individuals to
recognize world needs and to assume individual
responsibilities commensurate with the needs of our
day. Here we may learn the techniques of thought-
ful, unselfish living, upon which the success of
"This is a great time to be alive!" May we
enable Farmington State Teachers College to make a
vital contribution to education for democracy in
Miss Mantor's Message
In the spirit of a man we find the key to his
character and achievement. So in the spirit of a
college we find the secret of its strength and in-
fluence. In Farmington it is our firm belief that life
in its fullest sense means understanding, sharing,
and working co-operatively. Only as we work to-
gether do we achieve those goals that make living
for individuals and for groups truly satisfying and
B S in Ed Univ of Vermont
Masters in Music Ed., Columbia
West Barnet, Vermont
RUTH I, HEALEY
B.A., Massachusetts School of Art
M.A., Columbia University
STELLA D CLIFFORD
Graduate Work, Univ. of Maine
Bread Loaf School of English
East Boothbay, Maine
JULIA B. COX
B.S. in Ed., Univ. of
FRANK J. HILFERTY
B.S., State Teachers College
M.Ed., Boston Univ.
Chemistry and Physics
Biology and Chemistry
West Medway, Massachusetts
B.S., Cornell University
Graduate study, New York University
Binghamton, New York
IISTHER I DUGGLEBY
A.B., Univ, of Denver
A.B. in L.S., M.A., Univ. of
Illinois Library School
Graduate study, Columbia
GLORIA B. LOMBARD
B.S., Univ. of Maine
Director of Women's Athletics
B.A., Williamette Univ., Ore.
M.A., Columbia Univ.
Clothing and House Planning
GWILYM R. ROBERTS
B.S. in Ed., M.A., Univ. of Maine
Graduate study, Harvard, Boston Univ.
B.S. in Ed., M.A., Univ, of Maine
Graduate study, Harvard, Boston Univ.
History, Social Science
D. JUSTIN MCCARTHY
B.S. in Ed., State Teachers College
M.Ed., Bridgewater Graduate School
Graduate study, Boston Univ., Harvard
Education, Psychology, Mathematics
GLADYS K. TAYLOR
B.S., Framingham State Teachers College
Director of Foods
CHARLES S. PREBLE
B,A., Wesleyan Univ.
Graduate study, Clark Univ.
MRS. MARY E. TILTON
Oneonta State Normal School, N. Y.
Graduate study, Cortland Normal School
New York and New York Univ.
Physical Education, Hygiene
Director of W0men's Athletics
MRS. MARGARET H. REED, R.N.
Waltham Hospital School of Nursing
Undergraduate study, Farmington
School Nurse and First Aid
HELEN E. WEHLING
B.S., M.S., Univ. of Nebraska
Director ofl-Iome Management
JOSEPH A. WENCKUS
B.S., University of Maine
Graduate study, University ofMinnesota
ELEANOR A. WOOD
A.B., Bates College
Graduate study, Bates, Univ. of Maine
English, journalism, Play Production
MRS. CELIA L. HUNT
Matron, Purrngton Hall
MRS NETTIE S ROUNDS
Gilman Commercial School, Bangor
MRS. MARCIA V. KENNISTON
Matron, Mallett Hall
Boothbay Harbor, Maine
MRS ALICE WHITCOMB
Matron, Kappa Delta Phi House
MISS MARIE PECORELLI
Farmington State Normal School '
Beale Business College
MRS. JOSEPHINE T. VOSE
Y.M.C.A. School of Cooking, Cleveland
Craiuiug Schrfrfl Hannity
. MYRON STARBIRD
Farmington State Normal School
B.S., Univ. of Maine
Graduate study, Univ. of Maine
Principal of Mallett School
Univ. of Maine
Eighth grade '
MRS. GRACE S. LUCE
B.S. in Ed., Boston Univ.
ALICE E. STEVENS l
Study, Univ. of Maine, Boston Univ. '
MRS. EVA H. NICKERSON
3 Farmington, Maine
Farmington State Normal School 5
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Farmington Normal School
B.S. in Ed., University of Maine
Farmington State Normal School
B.S., Univ. of Maine
MRS. ANN MASON
B.S. in Ed., Farmington Teachers College
MRS. DOROTHY L. SWEATT
MARTHA A. NUTTING
B.A. in Ed., Wheaton College, Illinois
Graduate study, University of Maine
IOLA H. PERKINS
American Institute of Normal Method,
Music, Farmington public schools
ZILDA J. BROWN
MRS. MARION S. WEBSTER
Study, Univ. of Vermont
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FLORA R. ADDITON Auburn, Maine
Band 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Vesper
Choir 1,2,3,43 Plays and Players 2,3,43 F.T.A. 1,2,3,43 Phi Nu
Omega Sorority 1,2,3,43 Outing Club 3,43 Student Govern-
ment 23 judiciary 23 Budget Committee 43 Field Service
BARBARA D. AMBROSE Springvale, Maine
Returned to F.S.T.C. for degree. Outing Club 43 F,T.A. 43
Phi Nu Omega Sorority 43 Alumni Relations Committee 4.
EDWARD S. AMBROSE Springvale, Maine
Elementaqy- junio 1' High
Returned to F.S.T.C. for degree. Outing Club 43 F.T.A. 43
Kappa Delta Phi 4.
DONALD W. BEALS Brunswick, Maine
Returned to F.S.T.C. for degree. Field Service Committee 53
Basketball Manager 43 Plays and Players 3,43 Outing Club 43
Vesper Choir 4g Kappa Delta Phi 3,43 Mirror Staff43 Student
Building Fund Committee 4g Baseball Manager 3.
CLARENCE E. BENSON Farmington, Maine
Elemenmr -junior High
Cross Country 1,2Q Baskethall 1,2,5,4Q Track 13 Plays and
Players 1,2,3,43 Outing Club 1,2,3,43 Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4,
Tfezijsurer 33 Treasurer Men's A.A. 23 President Men's "F"
MARY L. BUKER Pittsheld, Maine
Glee Club 1,23 Vesper Choir 23 F.T.A. 23 Field Service Com-
mittee 23 Plays and Players 2,33 Outing Club 23 Sports 2,33
ALICE M. COLE Hampden Highlands, Maine
Sports 1,23 Social Training Committee 1,2,33 President 23
Dormitory Proctor 1,43 Plays and Players 13 Class President
33 Outing Club 53 Mirror 2,33 Ejfertero 4g Home Economics
Club 1,2,3,43 Executive Board 33 Delegate to Home Eco-
nomics Club Conference at Connecticut 2,
GLADYS H. COWAN Oakland, Maine
Returned to F.S.T.C for degree. F.T.A. 4g Mirror Staff 4.
EDWARD A. DALEY Stockton Springs, Maine
Transferred from E.S.N.S. Kappa Delta Phi 3,43 Treasurer 43
Plays and Players 3,43 Secretary of Class 43 F.T.A. 33 Outing
Club 3,43 Efferteco 43Judiciary 43 Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities 43 Delegate to New England
Conference for Teachers Colleges 4.
JEAN L. DANFORTH Bath, Maine
Elementary- junio r High
Returned to F.S.T.C. for degree. Class Treasurer 45 Vesper
Choir 45 Outing Club 4g F.T.A. 45 Chairman, Student Build-
ing Fund Committee 4.
ROLAND E. DECOTEAU Farmington, Maine
Elemeniary- junior High
Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,45 Secretary 35 Class President 35 Plays
and Players 1,2,35 Men's "F" Club 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 15
Newman Club 35 C.A. Choirg President 35 Treasurer Men's
A.A. 35 F.T.A. 35 Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni-
versities 35 Basketball 1,25 Delegate to New York Conference
ELIZABETH M. EVANS Kennebunk, Maine
Transferred from Boston University. Orchestra 3,45 Stu-
dent Government 25 Student-Faculty Council Zgjudiciary 45
House President 35 Ejfexleco 4.
HAZEL DOYEN FRENCH Farmington, Maine
Returned to F.S.T.C. for degree.
PRISCILLA A. HOUGHTON Lewiston, Maine
Sports 1,2,35 Activity Finance Committee 25 Home Eco-
nomics Club 1,2,3,45 Executive Board 3g Outing Club 35
Social Training Committee 15 Secretary, Activity Finance
BASIL E. KINNEY r Danforth, Maine
Returned to F.S.T.C.. for degree. Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,45
Plays and Players 2,3,45 Field Service Committee 1,2,3.
C.A. Cabinet 35 Outing Club 25 Mir'1'or 3.
JEAN P. MACDOUGALI. Bingham, Maine
C.A. Cabinet 1,3,45 Entertainment Committee 1,25 Chairman
15 Budget Committee 45 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,45
Plays and Players 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Vespet Choir 15
Sports 1,25 Outing Club 15 Class President 1.
FLORA E. MANCHESTER Northeast Harbor, Maine
Sports 1,2535 Social Training Commitreeg Home Economics
Club 1,2,3,45 President 35 Executive Board 1,25 Mirror 25
Outing Club 2,35 Class Treasurer 25 Eferzero 25 Dormitory
Committee 3 5 Delegate to Home Economics Club Conference
at Connecticut 2.
PAULINE PERKINS LANE West Farmington, Maine
Sports 1,25 Social Recreation Committee 1,25 Plays and
Players 1,2,3,45 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary
2,35 Glee Club 15 Mirror 2,35 Outing Club 35 Eferteco 25
Dormitory Vice-President 1.
WILLIAM F. LANE West Farmington, Maine
Basketball 1,3,45 Baseball 1,354 Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,45
Vice-President 35 Mirror 1,2,4, Editor 45 Efferteco 1.
RUTH A. MCMAHON Home Economirr Rockland, Maine
W.A.A. Council 13 Badminton l,2Q Basketball l,2Q C.A.
Cabinet 23 Social Training Committee 13 Dorm Life Com-
mittee 2,53 Chairman 52 Home Economics Club 1,2,5,43
Treasurer 23 Outing Club 5,43 Student Government 23 New-
comb 1,23 Ehrteco 2.
FRANCES R. MELVIN Waterville, Maine
H ome Erzmo mics'
Sports 1,2Q C.A. Cabinet 2,5,43 Field Service Committee 2,53
Secretary 53 Eferlera 2,5,43 Home Economics Club 1,7,5,-43
Dorm Life Committee 1,23 Mirror 2,5,43 Outing Club 23
Vice-President of Class 53 Secretary 23 Delegate to C.A.
Conference 5,43judiciary 5.
J. WILFRID MORIN Norway, Maine
Class President 13 Student Government l,2,4Q Vice-President
23 Basketball 2,53 Band 1,2,3,4Q Orchestra 1,2,53 Plays and
Players 1,2,5,4, Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,5,43 President 53judici-
arY 52 Outing Club 1,2,5,43 Men's "F" Club 2,5,43 Newman
Club 5,43 President 4.
FRANCES E. PORTER Augusta, Maine
F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, C.A. l,2,5,4Q Secretary 23 Vice-President 43
Student Government 13 Dormitory Committee 1,23 Field
Service Committee 5.
DONNA E. REED West Boothbay Harbor, Maine
Sports 1,2Q Glee Club 13 Band 13 Outing Club 53 Dorm Life
Committee 13 Activity Finance Committee 23 Social Training
-IANICE E. RIPLEY Home Etofzamicr South Paris, Maine
W,A.A. Council 2,53 President 23 Sports 1,2,3Q Social
Recreation Committee 2,53 Plays and Players 1,2,5,43 Glee
-Club 13 Mirror 2,5,43 Orchestra 1,2Q Outing Club 2,3,Ll,
Student Government 2,53 Home Economics Club 1,2,5,4.
JANE E. ROBERTSON Hama Ecorzomirr Auburn, Maine
House Committee 1,2Q President 23 Mirror 2,5,43 Ejlxfleru
2,5,43 Outing Club 2,5,43 Social Training Committee 1,53
C.A. Cabinet 2,5,43 President 53 Co-ordinating Council 43
Badminton 1,2,53 Tennis 1,2Q Delegate to C.A. Conference at
Tanglewood 2,53 Bates 23 Bowdoin 53 Urkona, Illinois 5.
HAROLD SCOTT Elementary-junior High Winn, Maine
Student Government Vice-President 23 Senate 23 judiciary
1,2Q Student Faculty Council 1,22 Class Treasurer 13 Class
President 1,23 Mirror 23 C.A. Choir 23 C.A. Vice-President
2,53 New York Conference 23 Men's A.A. 1,2,5,43 Outing
Club 2,43 Plays and Players 2,4Q Kappa Delta Phi I,2,3,4Q
Vice-President 23 President 53 Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities 5.
JEAN ROBINSON MURCH Farmington, Maine
Elementary- junio r High
Band 1,2,5,4Q Orchestra 1,2,5,43 President 53 Glee Club 1,2,53
Vice-President 53 Vesper Choir 132,53 Student Government 13
W.A.A. Council 2,53 President 2,53 Outing Club 53 F.T.A.
l,2,3,4Q Plays and Players 5,43 Activity Finance Committee
1,2,53 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 1,2,5,43 Treasurer 23 Vice
B. DEAN MURCH Farmington, Maine
Basketball 13 Manager 53 Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Band 1,23
5,43 Orchestra 1,2,5,43 Plays and Players 5,4.
MARION L. SHOREY Howland, Maine
F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 President 45 C.A. Cabinet 45 Phi Mu Sigma
Sorority 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Student Government 2,45 Pan
Hellenic Council 35-Iudiciary 35 Field Service Committee 1,35
Dorm Life Committee 25 Class Secretary 3.
ELIZABETH K. SMALL Bath, Maine
F.T.A. 1,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3,45 President 45 Dormi-
tory Committee 25 Co-ordinating Council 45 W.A.A. Council
2,45 Entertainment Committee 1,35 Treasurer 35 Sports 1,2,
3,45 Captain All-Star Basketball 2,35 Mirror 45 Ejfertem 45
Recreation Committee 45 Pan Hellenic 3,45 Senior Pin Award
in Athletics 3,
JENNIE MAE STEVENS Farmington, Maine
Elementary-jmzio r High
Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Vesper
Choir 1,2,3,45 Plays and Players 2,3,45 President 45 F.T.A.
1,2,3,45 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,45 Co-ordinating Council
45 Activity Finance Committee 1,2,3.
MURIEL J. TIBBETTS East Boothbay, Maine
Basketball 15 Social Training Committee 15 Dormitory Com-
mittee 25 House Committee 25 Mirror 2,345 Field Service
Committee 35 Student Government 35 Efferteco 3,4.
WENDELL H. TOWLE Farmington, Maine
Elementary- junior High
Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2545 Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,45
Secretary 15 Basketball 1,2,45 Plays and Players 15 Finance
Committee 15Vesper Choir 1,2,3,45 Men's Club 1,2,3,45
Class President 4.
CAROLYN E. TOZIER Unity, Maine
Elementary- junior High
Student Government 2,3,45 Vice-President 25 President 3,45
Dorm Life Committee 15 Field Service 2,35 F.T.A. 1,2,3,45
C.A. Cabinet 1,25 Treasurer 25 Mirror 15 Vesper Choir 1,2,
3,45 Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Plays
and Players 3,45 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,45 Vice-President
25 President 35 Pan Hellenic Council 55 Outing Club 45
House President 15 Delegate to Eastern States Association
of Professional Schools for Teachers Conference 25 Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities 354.
JOANNE E' VERRILL Winterport, Maine
C.A. Cabinet 1,2,3,45 President 25 Glee Club 3,45 Vesper Choir
3,45 Field Service Committee 1,2,35 Chairman 25 Student
Government 3,45 Plays and Players 3,45 Phi Nu Omega So-
rority 1,2,3,45 President 45 F.T.A. 1,2,5,45 Pan Hellenic Coun-
cil 45 Mirror 45 Class President 25 Delegate to New England
Conference for Teachers Colleges 4.
JEAN LINSCOTT WAVE Farmington, Maine
Elementary- junio 1' High
Lambda Epsilon Society 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 Social
Service Committee 15 Glee Club 25 Sports 2,5.
LUCILLE A. YEATON Norridgewock, Maine
Class President 15 Class Vice-President 45 W.A.A. Council
1,25 Student Government 2,35 Calendar Committee 35 Social
Recreation Committee 1,2,35 Outing Club 2,3,45 Home Eco-
nomics Club 1,2,3,45 Executive Board 25 Mirrar 25 Efertero 2.
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Front Row.'j. Maxwell, S. Sands, V. Call, P. Combellack, C. Tozier, F. Clements, F. Dingley, E. Small,J. Stevens,
M. Shorey, G. Gerry. SerondRow: H. Carver,J. Verrill,j. Hilton, R. MacDonald, W. Eldredge, Miss Lockwood,
Miss Clifford, Dr. Dearborn, Miss Blaine, I. Brainerd, H. Chapman, D. Goodwin, W. Motin,j. Gerry.
Preririerzt . . . Carolyn To zier
Vice-Presicierzl . Fannie Clement:
Secretary . . . . Frank Dingley
1 Treasurer ...... Pauline Comlzellack
The new form of government being initiated this year was a revised Student-Famlty Co-operative
Governmenl. Last spring, a group of faculty and students worked together to formulate this new government.
The purpose of this co-operative government is to improve college life through democratic processes by co-
operation of the students and faculty.
At the head of the government are the four officers who are elected each spring by the student body.
The Student-Faculty Co-operative Government consists of the Co-ordinating Council, the Dormi-
tory Council, the Budget Committee, and the-Judiciary.
The Co-ordinating Council is the main council in the organization, and its membership includes the
four Student Government ofhcers already mentioned, the presidents of all recognized college organizations,
four appointed faculty members, and the president of the college, who is an ex-officio member. This group
studies student problems and plans for such activities as the school calendar, class elections, social functions,
and other projects of interest.
To attain close co-operation, our student government has its authority clearly defined by the admin-
istration. To make this a more efficient, democractic government, we strive to divide the responsibility among
a large number of students. With these objectives, Farmington State Teachers College will have a more pur-
poseful and effective student government.
Front Ro-zu: M. Durost, Miss Lockwood, Mrs. Hunt, S. Sands, Mrs. Kenniston, Miss Mantor, P. Maxwell.
Second Row: H. Carver, P. Lowder,j. Hurd, P. Small, G. Burgoyne.
Pwiiclwzzf Shirley Samir
Sefretary . Hilda Carver
The dormitory council, as a part of the new government system, began its initial
functions early in the school year.
The council includes the deans, school nurse, house mothers, house presidents, and
representatives from both dormitories. By working together, this body solves common prob-
lems and sets up policies for both dormitories.
This year the council had copies of dormitory policies and fire regulations printed
so that a copy could be posted in each room.
D. Mooar,J. Maxwell, Miss Wood, F. Additon, F. Dingley, Miss Blaine, R. Haskell, D. Beals, R. Stevens.
The chairman of the Budget Committee and treasurer of the Co-ordinating Council
is Frank Dingley. Flora Additon serves as treasurer of the Budget Committee. Other members
consist of the treasurers and faculty advisers of all student organizations receiving allocations
from the Student Activity Fee. The main duty of this committee is to manage all financial affairs
pertaining to the Student-Faculty Co-operative Government.
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H. Robbinshl. Warren, P, Keith, Miss Mades, E. Evans, E. Daley, Miss ClifTord,j. Parker.
Clmirmmz . . Betty Emnr
Secretazry . Mirs Margaret Madei'
The judiciary section of the student government is a body whose duty is to try all
cases involving violations of school policies and laws. This group tries any case referred to it
by the house Courts or any case appealed to it by an individual student.
Student members of thejudiciary are appointed by the officers ofthe student govern-
ment and approved by the Co-ordinating Council. Faculty members are appointed by the presi-
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Home Economics Activities
The fall Home Economics Club picnic was held September 23 at Craig's Ledge
where the president, Ruth MacDonald, introduced the following members: Miss Wehling, club
adviser,-jean Macdougall, vice-president, Mary Douglas, secretary, and Virginia Stevens, treas-
urer. Committee chairmen for the year were Pauline Combellack, socialgjune Warren, educationg
Norma Littlefield, publicity, Marjorie Durost, social welfare, Betty Connors, camp equipmentg
and Margaret Henderson, freshman representative.
The formal initiation was held for the freshmen on October 14 in Mallett Hall
In October, the juniors enjoyed a four-day field trip in Boston where they attended a
fashion show at Filene's, and a lecture at Stern's, besides visiting a garment factory and a whole-
sale textile house.
Ruth MacDonald and Pauline Combellack represented Farmington at the Home
Economics Club Conference held October 24 and 25 at the University of Vermont.
The Thanksgiving boxes for needy families in Farmington were packed and distri-
buted by the junior class.
The China Relief program under the supervision of the club sold novelties previous
to the Christmas vacation. ,
"History of Costume" was the theme of the entertaining chapel program presented
by the club in December. The juniors gave a farewell party to the seniors in May.
HOME ECONOMICS ,IUNIORS
Szmzzlifzg: M. Hughes, M. Durost,j. Warren, B. Pitcher, C. Doughty, S. Abbott, P. Roberts, F. Norwood,
R. MacDonald, V. Call, F. Clements. Seaied: H. Brown, B.Johnson, M. Kinney, S. Blanchard,j. Adams,
N. Littlefield, J. Bruce.
HOME ECONOMICS SOPHOMORES
Fran! Row: G. Burgoyne, D. Woodworth, M. Randlett, H. Hussey, H. Witherell, E. Mahar, J. Murphy
Serum! Row fSeatedJ.' M. Griffin, R. Haskell, E. Comber, J. Reed, V. Stevens. Third Row CStmzdi11gj.' R
Snowman, D. Pottle, R. Webber, P. Combellack, E. Fowler, G. Gerry, B. Connors, M. Douglas.
HOME ECONOMICS FRESHMEN
Front Raw: M. Henderson, G. Merriman, B. Spence, L. Hastings, B. Parks, E. Gamage, H. Scott, L. Pack
ard. Second Row CSeaterlJ: R. McLain, D. Small, L. MacKenna, C. Libby, P. Milliken, A. Davis, A. Cooper
Tbil'dR01UKSldI1L!ilIgD.' M. Seekins, G. Dickey, L. Savage, M. Knowlton, P. Bowker, V. Bean,-I. Thompson
R. Quigley, C. Hall.
Front Raw: L. Robinson, J. Gerry, G. Whittemore, R. Gibbs, D. Tardif, H. Carver. Second Row: G. Downey,
E. Brennan, R. Buzzell,J. Damon, A. Marston. S. Sands. TbirdRn1u: G. Webber. C. Williams, L. McLean, J.
Junior Class - General
Preridenl . Grace lVlyittemo1'e
Vife-Prerident . jane Auxtilz
Secretary . . Betty jobmozz
Treezrzzrer ..... Denife Trzrdif
We, the class of 1949, were dividedg some of us were attending regular classes here
at the college during the first semester, while the others were training ar the Mallett School.
Our chance ro prove ourselves in the teaching field was given us this year. We were the first class
to do all our student reaching ar the training school. Having been lefr high standards by pre-
ceding classes, we have worked diligently ro leave a superior record that others will find difliculr
We, the class of 1949, eagerly look ro the future and ro reaching.
Sophomore C ass-General
Prafizlezzt . . Richard Dorzie
Vire-Prexidezrl . Lozzir Paqzzifz
Serremry Geneva Lozzgjwlo 11'
Trm.r1n'm' . Ruth Hartke!!
Both the Home Economics and the Elementary-junior High Departments of the
sophomore class held a joint meeting and elected officers at the opening of the school year.
The sophomores sponsored the Alumni Dance, which completed the activities of
Home-Coming Day. Lloyd Rafnell and his orchestra came to Farmington for the class's one
big social function of the year.
Being the largest sophomore class since the war, its efforts have been valuable in
promoting the success of all school activities.
Front Row: R. Stevens. M. Mitchell, C. Frazier, L. Gammon, D. Iago. L. Jones. G. Longfellow, R. Beauchesne, P. Seamans. M. Smart, A. Bartlett, G. XVehher
J. Lambert, D. Mooar. Sammi Raw: L. jordan, IC. Lincoln, N. Fowle, H. Austin, 1. Hilton, D. VVilson. A. Fides, B. Brown, H. Coombs, D. Briggs, P. Curtis. S
Thorne, G. WVardwell, P. Krebs. M. Handley, D. Krackenberger, F. l--lall. Third Row: G. Golorth, F. Rogers, R. Hamlin, R. Dallaire. M. Clark, I. Brainerd
M. Lobikie. L. Wright, R. Dostie, S. Coulling. K. Jones. S. Cram. R. Batherson, A. Rand, F. Dingley. Fourth Row: H. Terenznni. H. Chapman. I. Welch
C. Wedge, W. Moore, D. Goodwin, M. Adams, W. Eldredge. H. Robbins, H. Hickey, R. Stone, L. Paquin, L. Poulin.
Front Row: L. Theberge, A. Graves, A. Baker, E. Aucoin, D. Andrews,j. Giuere, C. Finch, P. Davis, M. Derby
Toomey, J. O'Connor, C. Cole, P. Robinson. Second Row: E. Ramsdell, E. Capano, H. Doble, A. Allen, M
B. MacDougall, F. Perry, A. Cronkite, L. Snow,J. Wing,j. Rancourr, A. Stanhope. Third Row: C. nakatsakis
B. Carter,,I. Parker, B. Stevens, K. Cobb, D. Curley, D. Flagg, M. Beals, F. Branscombe, Bjudkins, R. Swift
President . Robert Carter
Vice-Prerizlezzl Robert Steoem'
Secretary . . Pauline Lowflen
Tre4z.f1n'er . , Betty Mar Dougal!
Our class began the year with one hundred nine members, twenty of whom were
veterans. Eighty-four chose the Elementary-J unior High course, while twenty-five enrolled as
Home Economics students.
We took great interest in the musical organizations, and many of us became members
of the glee Club, Choir, band, and orchestra.
Firth, M. jay, L. Eastman, E, Knight, M. Myriclc, M. Moore, J. Petrengill, E. Gurschick, R. Windoffer, L.
n, P. Lowden, S. Hall, G. Hurd, P. Maxwell, B. Stockford, W. Knowlen, C. Hall, R. Knowlton, C. Lux,
Flagg, L. Collette, N. Lyford, R. Nason, G. Briggs,J. Phocas, L. Leakos, D. Green, N. Barnaby, D. Durost,
Gacetta, L. Newcomb, R. Vear, M. Beckler.
We were active in the Plays and Players' productions and proved our acting ability
Although amateurs, some of us found journalism to our taste and joined the staffs
of the Mirror and the Effextero.
Many of us starred in the field of athletics. We had our own boys' basketball team
which proved successful. The efficient squad of cheerleaders was, with the exception of one,
entirely composed of freshmen.
We took our place on many important campus committees, one of these being the
Both boys and girls became active in the Outing Club.
The freshman girls started the year off right by winning the shufileboard tournament.
On February 14, we sponsored a very successful dance, combining the Winter
Carnival and the Valentine Ball.
We, the freshmen, believe this has been a prosperous year, and we are eagerly looking
forward to the years to come here at Farmington State Teachers College.
In the cottage, the girls take over various
duties, such as being cook, housekeeper, nurse,
waitress, and general manager, and they execute
these tasks in the way that an efficient homemaker
would. Shortcut methods are utilized so as to
make happy and comfortable home living for the
homemaker and her family.
This course is carefully and ably instructed
by Miss Helen Wehling, who has guided the girls
for one of the best vocations, that of a good home-
The Cottage is the home of the Home Eco-
nomics seniors, and the desire of all freshmen is to
spend part of their senior year there.
Democracy and co-operative living are only
two of the many principles which the girls uphold
in establishing home management. It is here that
they apply techniques and skills acquired in the
Is student teaching a worth-while experience?
This question is asked of the training teachers many
times, and it is also one they often ask themselves.
It is unanimously agreed that this teaching is a
necessary part of teacher training. It gives ample
opportunity for students to experiment with and put
into practice all the theories of education they have
gathered during their first two years at Farmington.
New teaching techniques and books are presented
for them to evaluate and to decide which are the best
qualified for different grade levels and situations.
This feeling of belonging to a school system makes
the student teacher aware ofits advantages and short-
Even though all of these experiences are
valuable, the most important thing obtained from
student teaching is the personal contact with children.
It gives each one an opportunity to decide which
age group he prefers to work with. This is also the
time when prospective teachers discover that children
are individuals in their own right. This love of and
interest in children is essential to good teaching, for
without it teaching becomes just another job.
JUNIOR CLASS STUDENT TEACHING
Sealed: M. Webber, Louise Forest, R. Hagan, Lucille Forest,
H. Dysart. Standing: F. Farrington, P. Keith, C. Donovan,
A. Brainerd, P. Beckwith.
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EDITORIAL STAFF OF EFFESTECO
Sealed: G. Longfellow, Ljortlan. F. Additon,j. Hilton, D. Goodwin, F. Clements, V. Call, R. MacDonald, F.
Porter,j. Murphy. Stazzdifzg' H. Carver, L. Snow, M. Douglas, C. Tozier, R. Gibbs, P. Combellack, E. Daley,
R. Stone, W. Knowlen, B. Evans, C. Frazier.
We of the Effkyzero staff have endeavored to present to the readers a complete and
attractive summary of activities about the F.S.T.C. campus for the past year. Our aim has been
to make a record that will revive forever in the memories of both students and faculty the laughs
and struggles we have shared.
Our adviser, Miss Eleanor A. Wood, has given us valuable counsel in preparing this
third publication of E-Hi?J'f6't70.
EFFESTECO BUSINESS STAFF
M. Griiiin, E. Fowler, R. Haskell, V. Stevens, E. Comber, N. Littlefield.
Editor-in-thief' Dorrance Goodwin
AJJ'iJldlll Edilor: Fannie Clements
Gaz-'erumentf Carolyn Tozier, Shirley Sands,
Ol'gdIIiZdli0I2.Y.' Frances Porter, Denise Tardif,
Hilda Carver, Pauline Combellack, Hope
Austin, Flora Additon, Betty Small, Ruth
Gibbs, Raleigh Stone, Constance Frazier,
Alice Cole, Nora Dysart, Mary Douglas
Womenk Allaletirf: Violet Call, Jennie Hilton
Men'.r Atlalelitr: Charles Knkatsakis
Home Ea'nno1l1iLLr.' joan Murphy
Fre.rhmen.' Wilhelmina Knowlen
Supbomore.r.' Geneva Longfellow
j1wiar.i': Ruth Hagan, Ruth MacDonald
Seniomx' jane Robertson
Photography: Edward Daley
B11.rinerJ'Mamzger.' Ruth Haskell
1'.ill1ll?1"liJiilg.' Ellen Comber, Norma Littlefield
Ethel Fowler, Maxine Griiin
Circulation: Virginia Stevens
Typim: Betty Small, Dorothy Wilson
MIRROR EDITORIAL STAFF
Seated: L. Eastman, L. Snow, V. Stevens, G. Gerry, P, Combellack, B. Spence, F. Melvin, G, Cowan, W. Knowlen.
Standing.'J. Murphy, M. Derby, M. Morgrage, A. Cronkite, R. Stone,J. Hilton.
We of the Mirror staff have made many changes for improvement of this year's
publications. Some of the changes that we have instigated have been a new name plate in Old
English, several columns, such as "Exchanges," "Letters to the Editor," and "Our President
Says-," and new page make-ups.
The news of the college year, such as "Home-Coming Day," the new faculty mem-
bers, college dances, sports events, Plays and Players' Productions, and all campus activities
have been featured in the issues of the F. S.T.C. Mirror.
MIRROR BUSINESS STAFF
E. Fowler, M. Grifhn, R.. Haskell, P. Maxwell, V. Stevens, M. Douglas.
Editor-in-thief' William Lane
A.fJiff:lI1I' Editn r: Pauline Combellack
Newt Editn r: jane Robertson
Anirtant News Editor: Geneva Gerry
Sj101'LrEdifor.r.'jerry Audet, Charles Kakatsakis
Reporlerr: Donald Beals,Joanne Vertill, Frances
Melvin, Helen Hussey, Clifton Burton,
Raleigh Stone, Margatett Morgrage, Annie
Sporlr Slaff' Rose Beauchesne, Blanche Spence
Feulurer: Bernard Cameron, Arlene Cronkite,
Wilhelmina Knowlen, Clyde Williams
Ari: Arline Davis
Plantngrajnby' Jenny Hilton, Gladys Cowan
Alumni: Louise Snow
Typists: Dorothy Pottle, Pauline Krebs, Doro-
thy Wilson, Betty Small, Edith Lincoln
Mary Derby '
Headline Wrilerx: Muriel Tibbets, Lillian East-
man, Donald Beals
Bzffinemjanice Ripley, Phyllis Maxwell
Azl1fertiring.' Mary Douglas, Virginia Stevens,
Ethel Fowler, Maxine Griffin
Circ1zlation.' Ruth Haskell, Ruth Webber
Adviser: Miss Eleanor Wood
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-EXECUTIVE BOARD
Seated: Miss Wehling, V. Stevens,j. Macdougall, R. MacDonald, M. Douglas, M. Henderson. Stazzrfizzg:
B. Connors, P. Combellack. N. Littlefield, M. Durost,j. Warren.
Home Economics Club i
Prerirfezzt .... Ruth MarDo1mlcf
Vice-Prerizlent . jean Marrlnzzgall
Serretazry . . . Mary Douglm
Treczrnrer .... Virginia Sterfem
The Home Economics Club has always been a very active organization on the campus.
This year the club has revived many of the activities dropped during the war.
With the band, the club sponsored a concert, the proceeds of which were given to
the Building Fund.
Throughout the year, the girls have been knitting squares for blankets to send over-
seas. They have also sent several boxes to a relief organization in England.
Two delegates ofthe club were elected to attend a conference in Vermont to exchange
ideas with delegates of fifteen other colleges of New England and New York.
On December 15, the club presented a chapel program. It was a style show ofvarious
modes from the seventeen hundreds up to the present time, in a setting of incidental music and
original poetry appropriate to the periods.
The club enjoyed its two annual picnics at Craig's Ledge, one during Orientation
Week, and the other in the late spring.
Injanuary, the club sponsored a drive to send clothes to ajapanese Teachers Col-
lege. These were accompanied by a letter from the college. In March, the club entertained
the executive members of the Home Economics Club from the University of Maine.
Front Row: G. Longfellow, F. Porter, Miss Mantor, M. Handley, M. Shorey. Miss Cox, C. Tozier, H. Carver.
S6L'0I1lliR01U.' L..Iones, E. Evans, P. Krebs, D.jago, D. Mooar, F. Hall, G. Wardwell, C. Frazier, L. Gammon,
E. Ambrose, B. Ambrose, M. Smart. Third Row: A. Bartlett, K.jones,j. Verrill, F. Additon, J, Stevens, C.
Lyfortl,j. Danforth, D. Krackenberger. Fnnrllr Row: N. Fowle, R. Gibbs. H. Coombs, B. Brown.
Future Teachers of America
Prefizlefzt . . Mrzriozz Slaorey
Vice-Prericlent . Marilyn Hfzzzflley
Serretmiy . . Beverley Brown
Trefzrurer ..... Comlazmre Fwzzie 1'
Under the guidance of Miss Cox, the Agnes P. Mantor Chapter of the Future Teachers
of America has presented an active program for its members this year. Speakers at chapter
meetings and chapel programs were Harland A. Ladd, State Commissioner of Education, Clyde
Russell, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Maine Teachers' Associationgjohn C. Cass, Direc-
tor of Guidance in the State Department of Education, and Miss Esther Lipton, a member of
the State Department of Education and a specialist in the teaching of handicapped children.
Other programs included a faculty-student report of summer activities, travel slides,
taken and shown by Gladys Cowan, initiation of freshman members, and a picnic in the spring.
Many F.T.A. members attended the State Teachers' Convention held in Lewiston this year.
Front Row:j. Lambert,J. Macdougall, M. Kenney, N. Littlefield, H. Carver, F. Porter, M. Shorey, D. Mooar,
H. Brown. Sem11:lRow.'j. Reed,j. Verrill, L.jordan, N. Fowle, M. Dutost, V. Stevens, V. Call, M. Douglas,
B. Browng L. Snow, R. Carter, E, Mahar, M. Buker. Third Row:,I. Warren, H. Coombs, F. Melvin, P. Combellack
Preyidezzt . Hilda Carver
Vice-Prariclezzt . , Franrer Porter
Serretafjf . . .Marion Shortly
Trea.rm't'1 '.... Pauline Beckwith
One of the important places to begin working together in the great task given to
Christians today is in our colleges. Therefore the Christian Association at Farmington, together
with other students throughout the nation, has as its aim the bringing of persons into a closer
relationship that they may grow in Christian living and work in the college, community, and
Through chapel services, Sunday evening vesper services, and retreats, the spirit of
worship is encouraged. In co-operation with other college organizations, the Christian Asso-
ciation works for the increasing of the World Student Service Fund. In this way, opportunity
is given for service among students of the entire world.
These are a few of the many ways in which members of the Christian Association
are seeking to grow in knowledge and service.
FrnntRo1u.' C. Hall, R. Quigley, Mr. Hilferty, D. Tardif, Father Morrisey, W. Morin, Mr. McCarthy, D. Kracken-
berger, F. Hall. Second Row: E. Aucoin, L. Toomey, J. O'Connor, C. Lux, C.. Hall, G. Hurd, E. Comber, J. Gi-i
guere, R. Beauchesne, G. Downey,j. Murphy. Third Roux' D. Goodwin, R. Dosrie, L. Poulin,j. Phocas, M.
Adams,j. Audet, R. Dallaire,j. Laney.
P1'e.ficlem' . IVilfl'id Morin
Vire-Prerirlezzt . Denire Tardzf
Secretary . . . Louire Forex!
Trc'cz.rz11'e1 '... Dorothy KVdCk67Zb6Vg81'
Under the leadership of Reverend Francis Morrissey, the Newman Club of Farmington
State Teachers College started its second year as an organization for the benefit of the Catholic
students of the college.
Our first activity was a picnic at Craig's Ledge. During the year, we had several
round-table discussions on subjects pertaining to religion. We also had several speakers who
lectured at some of our weekly meetings. A committee was chosen to co-operate with the
Christian Association in the drive for the World Student Service Fund. In February, members
of the Initiation Team from the University of Maine came to aid us in our formal initiation for
the year. This included all freshmen as well as upper classmen who joined the club this year.
On three Sundays, members received Holy Communion in a group,
This relatively new organization has grown steadily. Together we are striving to
make our club a success as a college organization.
EXECUTIVE BOARD-OUTING CLUB
1. Hilton,j. Danforth. V. Stevens, D. Beals, C. Frazier, Mr. Roberts,j. Lambert.
Prefident . . Jemzie Hilton
Vice-Prerident . Donald Bealy
Secretary . . Comteznee Frazier
Treezszzrei '... . Virginia Steifenr
During Orientation Week, the club went to Clearwater Pond. All freshmen were
invited to this outing. An afternoon of softball, volleyball, swimming, and boating was followed
by a picnic supper and a sing around the campfire.
Led by Ruey Stevens and Mr. Roberts, sixty students climbed Mt. Bigelow in Dead
River on October 4.
The December activity was a bowling party at Livermore Falls.
A sleigh ride was held injanuary and, in February, a winter carnival with a Corona-
tion Ball in the evening. The queen was chosen by popular vote and the king by competi tion.
Sm1ezl.' H. Scott, F. Clements, W. Morin, Miss Wood,j'. Stevens, F. Additon, R. Dosrie. S1muling.' C. Toziet,
J. Macdougall, H. Terenzoni, L. McLean, R. Haskell, P. Combellaclc.
Plays and Players
Preiizlerzt . jmzzie Mae Stevezzx
Vire-Prafidwzt . . llffiwizl Mo1'i11
Secretmjy . Fannie Clememir
Trca.rurm '...... Flora Additon
This year, with the enthusiasm and ability of our new faculty adviser, Miss Wood,
Plays and Players accomplished much. Two major productions and three one-act plays con-
stituted the program for the year.
The first major production was presented in November. The unique courtroom drama,
"The Night ofjanuary 16th," was a murder trial. The jury to try the case was chosen from the
audience. Suspense was added because no one knew exactly whether the verdict would be
"Guilty" or "Not Guilty."
The next two productions were presented in the spring. Three one-act plays, staged
principally by the Play Production class, were put on in March. The last major production, a
three-act play, was presented in May.
Prerident . . . Claire Douglogy Serretary-Trea.rm'er . Wqyzze .Moore
Vire-Prerident . . . Do rotby Briggr Lilirezriezzz .... Glenyf Webber
The members of the orchestra have enjoyed this year's work under the direction of
Miss Ruby Blaine. At the beginning of the year the group was hampered by the lack of stringed
instruments, but later that section was augmented and improved.
The first performance of the year was given for the alumni as a part of the activities
of Home-Coming Day. The orchestra also participated in a chapel program, and it presented
a Tschaikowsky symphony as its big project for the annual Spring Concert on May 12.
Prefidezzt . Muriel Webber' Serretary . Flora Adrfitori
Vire-Pre.fio'e11t . . . Irving Bmizzerd Librrzriezn . . . jean Lezmfzerl
Under the direction of Miss Ruby Blaine, the band has participated in many college
activities this year. Its initial appearance of the year was made on Home-Coming Day, and it
was received with much approval by the alumni.
The band has done much to boost school spirit this year by being present at many of
the basketball games. It also presented as part of a chapel program three selections, one of
which was chosen by the student body to be our new school song.
The last important performance of the season was given at the Spring Concert in May.
President at if . Rirbezrd Dottie Secretary-Trea.rm'e1' . . ilflezry Dozzglar
Vive-Presirfent . . . Ruth Gibb.: Librezriezn .... George Gojizrib
The Vesper Choir, under the supervision of Miss Ruby Blaine, is an active musical
organization of F.S.T.C. An increased number of men in the group has greatly improved it.
During the Christmas season it presented "The Messiah" by Handel to the college
students and surrounding community. Miss Priscilla Titcomb was the guest soloist.
In addition to its monthly appearances at the Christian Association vesper services,
the choir contributed to the Spring Concert and also presented an Easter Cantata.
President . . Donalene M ooezr Serretary . . Audrey Brezizzerr!
Vire-President . . Georgia Burgoyne Treezrurer . . . Crmrtezrrre Frazier
The Glee Club became one of the largest organizations of the college this year with
about fifty girls enrolled,
The club presented a chapel program, under the direction of Miss Ruby Blaine. Com-
bining efiorts with the band, orchestra, and vesper choir, the glee club contributed to the spring
concert. The girls also entertained the veterans at Togus.
The accompanists for the year were Gloria Trethewey and Donalene Mooar.
Front Row: C. Tozier, C. Hall, D. Mooar, H. Carver, L.jordan, B. Evans, M. Derby, A. Marston. Second Row:
Miss Blaine, L. Robinson, C. Doughty, D. Briggs,j. Lambert, F. Additon, M. Handley, G. Webber. Third
Row: L. Stevens, R. Webber, I. Brainerd, W. Moore, W. Towle,
Sealed: F. Additon, D. Briggs,j. Lambert. A. Allen, C.'Doughty. Stanrling: W.Morin, L. Robinson, C. Tozier,
MisshBlaine,j. Stevens, R. Webber, I. Brainerd, M. Mitchell, W. Towle, H. Austin, W. Moore, G. Webber,
H. C apman.
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Front Row: M. Smart, G. Burgoyne, M. Douglas, R. Dostie, Miss Blaine, G. Goforth, R. Gibbs, L. Robinson,
J. Stevens. Seco11dRaw.' H. Doble, E. Mahar,j. Lambert, C. Lyforcl,J. O'Connor, D. Mooar, M.jay, F. Addiron,
J. Verrill, D. Woodworth. Third Row: K.Jones,J, Parker, B. Brown, H. Austin, C. Tozier, H. Carver, W. Towle,
R. Carter. Fourzla Row: Mr. Roberts, R. Sturke, L. Snow, N. Fowle,J. Danforth, L. McLean, H. Terenzoni.
Frou! Row: D. jago, G. Wardwell, C. Tozier, G. Burgoyne, Miss Blaine, D. Mooar, C. Lyforcl, M. Myrick, C
Frazier. Serum! Row: A. Davis, E. Knight,j. O'Connor, H. Doble, D. Woodworth, A. Baker, R. Beauchesne,
C. Finch, M. Derby,j. Stevens,j. Rancourt,j. Pettengill. Third Roux' G. Longfellow, A. Allen,J. Lambert, P.
Curtis, A, Cronkite, H. Coombs, P. Maxwell, D. Briggs, F. Adtliton, P. Robinson, J. Verrill, L. Robinson.
Fourib Raw: D. Andrews, M. Smart, C. Libby, W. Knowlen, C. Hall, H. Austin, B. Brown. Fij9b Row: D. Wil-
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W. A. A. COUNCIL
Sfflllfllf C. Frazier, V. Stevens, H. Austin, V. Call, R. Beauchesne, R. Stevens, H. Brown. Standing: M. jay,
J. Lambert, R. Buzzell, Miss Lombard, V. Bean, P. Robinson, P. Davis.
Women'-s Athletic Association
Prefirlent . Violet Ca!!
Vive-P1'eJiale1zt . Rare Bmzu'laeJ'1ze
SC'L'l'C'flH'jl . Hope All.YlflZ
Tl'UClJ'lll'Ul '..... Rzzey Stevelzr
The NX!omen's Athletic Association progressed this year with their sports curriculum
and endeavored to sponsor a more suflicient and adequate athletic program beneficial to all the
women students in the college. The W.A.A. provided such a program that all those who chose
to earn awards might do so by participating actively in all the major and minor sports they desired.
The association provided for some play days and Held trips, S
Under the guidance of Miss Lombard the first semester and Mrs. Tilton the second
semester, the athletic program has had a successful year. Betty Small was the council member
who represented the classes of the college.
Front Row: R. Beauchesne, G. Wardwell, C. Frazier, D. Mooar, D. jago,j. Verrill, L. Forest. Second Row:
M. Mitchell, P. Beckwith, H. Coombs, M. Handley,j. Lambert, R. Gibbs, B. Beverly, S. Sands, L. Forest,
M. Webber, M. Pecorelli. Third Row fStrzm!ingD.' C. Tozier, A. Marston, G. Webber, D. Briggs, R. Hagan,
J. Stevens, Mrs. Nickerson, B. Ambrose, R. Stevens, L. Robinson,-I. Mutch, F. Adtliton.
Phi Nu Omega
President . . jomme Verrill
Vice-Prcrizlefzt . Muriel Webber
Secretary. . Loamz Arrii'
Treasurer '... . . Flow Aclrlitorz
It is the aim of our sorority to help the school by helping each other, academically
The hrst event of this year was the hnal rush party for the soon-to-be members.
According to our new plan, they are chosen at the beginning of the sophomore year.
A farewell party was given for Mother de Wever at the Baptist parsonage. Although
we were very sorry to have Mother de Wever leave us, we were very glad to welcome Mrs. Nicker-
son as our new adviser.
The annual Halloween dance was held in the gymnasium. Elderly ladies, gypsies,
pirates, and even the Witch, herself, were there to enjoy the evening of fun and dance.
Three news letters were sent to the alumni. By means of these we kept them up-to-
date on our activities, which included a Christmas party, a minstrel show and dance, the installa-
tion banquet, a houseparty, "rush" parties for freshmen, and the Senior Faculty Tea.
Thirteen new members were admitted into the sorority this year.
Sealed: L. Gammon, H. Dysart, D. Tardiff, Miss Cox, P. Keith, R. Buzzell, M. Shorey, E. Small. Stand-
ing: Ljordan, P. Twombly, Miss Havey, E. Evans, D. Wilson, L.jones.
Phi Mu Sigma
Preyidefzl . . Elizabeth Smal!
Via'-P1'eJide11t . Denim Tardif
Sew'eta1'y . Patricia Keith
T1'6d.fll!'E! '..... Marion Sloorey
The Phi Mu Sigma Sorority worked with the other sororities in sponsoring a dance
during Orientation Week.
All fall the members collected toys, some of which they repaired, and these toys
were distributed Christmas Day to the state children of Franklin County. A'Christmas meeting
was held at the home of Mrs. Roland Decoteau. The members exchanged gifts, then donated
them to the boxes going to the children.
The sorority also sold Christmas Seals to help in the National Campaign against
Five new members were initiated into the sorority this year.
In the spring, the sorority held a houseparty at Clearwater.
Front Row: F. Farrington, A. Fides, E. Brennan,j. Gerry,j. Morgrage. Second Row: P. Seamans, F, Hall,
D. Krackenberger, C, Lyford, C. Donovan, G. Whirtemore, G. Downey, Mrs. Reed.
Preridefzt . . jerzmze Gerry
V ire-PreJia'e1zl . G race ll'7bittemore
Secretary . Co ralozzire Lyfbw!
Treafurer . Grafe Downey
The Lambda Epsilon Sorority started its current year with the informal and formal
initiation of six new members. A banquet immediately followed the initiation.
The sorority helped to welcome back past members on Home-Coming Day and also
shared in the rea given for freshmen.
In May the Lambdas sponsored a Spring Dance followed by the seasonal "rush"
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Front Row: I. Welch, H. Terenzoni, D. Goodwin, W. Moore. Second Raw: W. Morin, C. Daley, L. Poulin,
W. Eldredge, J. Audet, A. Rand, L. McLean. Third Row: I. Brainerd, H. Chapman, C. Wedge, L. Paquin, R.
Stone, H. Robbins, R. Batherson, M. Adams, J. Laney. Fourth Raw: R. Dostie, M. Lobikis, W. Towle, H.
Kappa Delta Phi
The year's activity for Kappa Delta Phi was begun by a combination sing and dance
at the fraternity house. At this time, new students were introduced formally to Mother Whitcomb
and were entertained by the "frat" members.
All male members of the school were invited to a Christmas party held by the "frat"
before Christmas vacation. Gifts were exchanged and refreshments were served by the members.
The fraternity Grammar School Basketball Tournament was sponsored again and
was received enthusiastically by the schools of Franklin County.
During fraternity week an assembly was conducted by the boys of the house. Other
activities ofthe week were the annual banquet, the "frat" show, fraternity dance, and a Mother's
Working together, the fraternity members have reached goals set at the beginning
of the year.
, P1'6JTll6l2f . . Wiqied Eldredge
Vive-Prerizlent . Lawrence Poulin
Sezrretarjy . Jerome Audet
Treasurer '.... Edward Daley
C07'1'6.fIfl02l!iilZg Sea.'reta1'y . Bernard Cameron
Sergeazzt-ab Army , . Alvir Ram!
Clmplazifz . WiM'irl Morin
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But tbe 61!E1'lLZ,ffj7Z, teamwork
Ofevery bloomin' Joni."
One of the largest organizations of our
college is the Women's Athletic Association.
The varied schedule of athletics serves as a
teaching function as well as recreation and
development of the physical and mental health
of all members.
During Orientation Week all students
awaited an introduction to the Womens
Athletic Association. The student-faculty
volleyball game served as our first function,
followed by a Play Day the first Saturday of
the school year. The remainder of the pro-
gram throughout rhe year consisted of three
major sports and minor sports such as tene-
koit, volleyball, shuffleboard, and archery.
The program also provided special considera-
tion for those who had physical disabilities.
Throughout the fall months everyone
raced to the interclass soccer tournaments,
played on the women's athletic field. This
year's championship was awarded to the
sophomores. Those not participating in soccer
mastered skills in archery or tennis. At the
end of the season, shulileboard and newcomb
took their stand in the minor sports field.
As the schedule continued and snow
crowded us indoors, our interests turned to
sports in the gym. After a few weeks of con-
scientious practice. the interclass basketball
For the outdoor enthusiasts there was
skating at Hippach Field and skiing at the tow
in West Farmington.
Melting snow and budding trees made
us realize that spring would soon be here, which
meant softball. We practiced, formed teams,
and played games.
Trying to broaden our program this
year, we held a couple of Play Days-one with
the surrounding high schools and the other
with the University of Maine. These Play
Days gave us a chance to acquaint the high
school groups with a college program and gave
us the opportunity to acquaint ourselves with
other college athletic programs.
Under the direction of the Women's
Athletic Association, a capable cheerleading
section was formed to promote school spirit.
The final activity was the annual June
breakfast, at which time the new officers for
the following year were introduced and athletic
awards were given to those meeting the re-
quirements made by the association.
Men's Athletic Association
President . Harold Clmpmmz
Viz'e-Prerirfezzt . . Melvirz Admin
Secretfzry . Fred B rfznrro mbe
Treamrei '..... Donald Befzlr
The Men's Athletic Association, with only a minimum amount of money on hand, did
a splendid job in carrying out a highly successful athletic program.
This organization supported four sports at F.S.T.C.-cross country, basketball,
track, and baseball.
The new coach, Mr. Wenckus, directed these sports. Basketball, which for years
has been the outstanding sport at the college, continued to hold a prominent position. With
Coach Wenckus handling the team, the boys completed a successful season.
Last fall, cross country was offered for the first time at F.S.T.C., and the response
on the part of the student body was quite satisfactory.
Hopes are high that baseball, which has been an inactive sport here for the past few
years, will again take its place in the athletic program offered by the Men's Athletic Association.
The association will sponsor a track team this year, with the hope that the cinder
events will attract a large number of candidates.
The cross country season was not the most successful season a team could hope for,
but it was a good one in the minds of the boys.
Harassed mostly by inexperience, F.S.T.C. harriers lost their only two meets. They
lost to M.C.I. 32 to 20. Their next meet was with U. of M. Annex, and they lost 45 to 15. This
defeat should not be taken too badly, as it will be noted that U. of M. Annex took four out of
the first ten places in the New England C. C. Meet for College Freshmen,
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
From' Raw: G. Briggs, R. Hamlin. R. Stevens, F. Rogers, A. Rand. Serond Roux' Coach Wenckus, M. Clark, R
Dallaire, L. Paquin.
VARSITY BASKETB ALL SCHEDULE
Colby College 42 59 JUNIOR VARSITY
Bllixoiogcliliige BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Fitchburg Teachers College 44 64 Store
Washington State Norm. School 86 62 parm' Opp
Salem Teachers College 68 57 Richmond High School 46 58
Gorham Teachers College 46 29 Sttong High School 62 57
Arnold 9911686 72 103 Kingfield High School 29 36
Plymouth Teachers College 43 49 Sttattoh High Schooi 36 27
Keene Teachers College 56 71 gkowhegah High School 27 43
University of Maine Annex 59 76 Mexico High School 32 66
Washington Stare Norm. School 84 58 Skowhegati High School 39 45
Aroostook Normal School 61 47 Sttattoti High School 39 30
Gorham Teachers College 94 71
Salem Teachers College 53 44
Posse College of Physical Ed. 67 17
University of Maine Annex 70 67
Husson College 76 71
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Bangor Theological Seminary ' 56 53
Coburn Classical Institute 32 50
Bliss College 24 50
Bridgton Academy 57 61
Kent's Hill 36 44
Bliss College 30 32
Bangor Theological Seminary 49 44
Coburn Classical Institute 33 37
Mexico High School 30 38
Kenr's Hill 43 51
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM
FrontRou1: N. Lyforcl, M. Foster, K. Cobb, D. Flagg, D. Green, R. Vear. Serond Row: Coach Wenckus, L. New-
comb, N. Flagg, M. Beals, W. judkins, F. Branscombe, E. Sr. Pierre,
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The Farmington State Teachers College Alumni Committee consisted of the following
members: Dean Agnes P. Mantot, Miss Zeldaj. Brown, Missj ulia B. Cox, Miss Edna M. Havey,
Miss Margaret Mades, Mr. Clinton C. Nichols, Mrs. Eva H. Nickerson, Miss Carolyn A. Stone,
and Mnjoseph A. Wenckus.
The activities of the year consisted of two reunions. The lirst, Home-Coming Day,
was held successfully the second week-end in October this year, and it was voted that it be the
permanent date for this annual affair.
The second activity was injune, when an alumni luncheon was served during Com-
mencement Week. At this time the fifty-year class was honored.
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