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

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TO YOU Because of your classroom instruction and because of your challenge to students to seek higher goals . . . TO YOU Because of your recognized leadership in education . . . TO YOU, MB. ROBERTS, We the students and faculty of Farmington State Teachers College dedicate this fourteenth issue of the Efestrzco. 3 Foreword Before you are we . . . To if we lieiong . . . Here we live . . . We learn . . . we play . . . Farmfngfon Sfaie Teaclzers Coilege You are parf of us . . . We are part ofyou . . . ski' af- sf. s A ...'. , 1 pigs,-an 'Q ,. li I dl ' 41 l Nils ' .f af -. -A , '44, , 'T' I 'll K ' ' . VVIDVTEIISEKTTICHW Table of Contents Mir-1-or staff Effesteco Staff Miss Effesteco gi' if 9' Sophomore Class Page Junior Class Title Page 1 Ski Club Dedication 2 Basketball Foreword 4 Band-Cheerleaders Administration-Faciilty 6 Committees In Memory 20 Dorm Council Senior Section 21 Informals Appreciation 40 SPRING SECTION FALLSECTHHQ SEAM Orientation Committee 43 Home Economics Club Coordinating Council 44 VVho's Who Freshman Class 46 Sororities Religious Organizations 49 Fraternities Plays and Players 52 Musical Organizations Outing Club 53 Baseball Athletic Organizations 54 Informals Cross Country 56 Advertisements Informals 57 Autographs , , w ,.1- -Q' - in A '-1 is , 1. ,.u: 9 'W 2 X. fy ,orgy 6 X 1 . ,q 11.11-F, 'rm as , - - . U.. '- Page 63 64 66 68 70 72 73 75 76 78 79 87 88 90 92 96 98 102 103 105 118 This Ninety-Fourth college year will stand out in the history of Farmington as one of those occasional peaks which mark the realizations of hopes and plans reaching far back into the consciousness of alumni and faculty. Identified particularly by the accomplishment of general ac- creditation for the first time, factors accelerating a central campus develop- ment and the crystallizing of advancing curricula policies have meant specific progressive movement. Today our college is in a very strategic position to improve its contribution of Maineis higher education in the immediate future. These fulfillments have not come about by accident. They are ap- proaching reality because of earlier committals to a sound institutional philosophy which helps to define the elements characterizing sound growth, and because of the continuing conscious implementation of this philosophy by administration, faculty, and succeeding generations of students. The Class of 1959 is a group which has been an intimate part of this heightened movement during the past four years with each playing a role in these achievements. Without such a sincerity of participation and con- tribution in so many Ways, these would have been more difficult to realize. Farmington now enters into a succeeding phase of collegiate service. There are continuing goals to be defined and procedures to be formulated. You have met your responsibilities Well and have indicated some of the guidepaths to be followed. This is a significant part of the good heritage which you leave to your Alma Mater. It is a stronger college for your having been a part of it. ff President 6 ,al ,xr ...gr sl' 1 RUTH E. WILLIAMS JOHN E. MUDGE Dean of NVomen Dean of Men Colby College, B.S. Mansfield State Teachers College, B.S. Middlebury College, M.A. Cornell University, M.S. Graduate Study: University of Colorado, Graduate Study: Comell University University of Maine, Teachers College, Cornell University, F.d.D. Columbia University, University of California, Berkeley ARLENE F. LOVV Assistant Director of Training Farmington State Normal School, 3-year Diploma Boston University, B.S. in Ed. University of Maine, M.Ed, MABEL A. HASTIE HARLAND C. ABBOTT Director of Home Economies Principal, Mallett and Ingalls Laboratory St. Lawrence University Schools Teachers College, Columbia University, B.S. Farmington State Normal School Cornell University, M.S. University of Maine, B.S. Graduate Study: Indiana University, University of Maine, M.S. Teachers College, Columbia University, Graduate Study: Harvard University Ur1iversity of Wisconsin 'll?g'.Q'fP2'7l"e' 3, it J' ml -,1fi'if '2'y'.-: as f will - SWL 4 T' s 4, iw- ,, K? EVELYN M. BENJAMIN ROBERT S. BIGELOXV Ohio WVesleyan University, B.A. Graduate Study: Pennsylvania State University, M.A. Ohio State University, Spring Quarter 1958 Home Management Cleveland, Ohio ri at zs, , 'wr JZ 1 Springfield Teachers College, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Graduate Study: University of New Hamp- shire, Harvard University, University of Maine, University of Connecticut General Electric Science Fellowship, Union College, 1955 Rocky Mountain Chemistry Institute, Mon- tana State College, 1956 Science New Vineyard RUBY A. BLAINE University of Vermont, B.S. in Ed. Columbia University, M. in Music Ed. Graduate Study: Boston Univer- sity, University of Maine, Colum- bia University Music YVest Barnet, Vermont MRS. SHASTA A. BOYNTON MARGARET E- COUSINS University of Maine, B.S. in Ed. University of Maine, M.A. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Connecticut English New Portland University of Maine, B.A. Graduate Study: Sacramento State College, California College Nurse, Home Nursing East Millinocket r I ALBERT DORAN IULIA EATON Boston University, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Cornell University, B.A., M.A., Graduate Study: Boston University and Ph.D. Springfield College Speech and Dramatics Physical Education and Social Science Damariscotta Farmington ELSIE C. CROTE WVestern Illinois State College, B.S. in Ed. Columbia University, M.A. Chicago Art Institute Temple University Art Griggsville, Illinois IULIA J. KSIONZYK Cornell University, B.S. New York University, M.A. Graduate Study: University of Chicago, Uni- CLYDE P. JONES versity of Illinois, University of Connecticut University of Maine, B.S., M.Ed. Sabbatical Leave Study at Merrill Palmer Mathematics Family an-d Clothing Hampden Keene Valley, New York iii: L ei 'ii 'S ff l ,Z 9 ' RosE M LAMBERTSON AGNES p, NIANTOR Boston University, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: Columbia University, Uni- versity of Maine Librarian Farmington MRS. MADELEINE PARKER Syracuse University, B.S. Teachers College, Columbia Uni- versity, M.A. Gradu-ate iStudy: University of Wisconsin, Cornell University Home Furnishings, Clothing Farmington University of Chicago BA 'md MA 111 MRS- MAY S. ROBERTLELLO Boston University Sargent College of Physical Education, B.S. Graduate Study: Unfivers-ity of Maine, M.Ed. Health and Physical Education Mechanic Falls P? xo X 4, or ,ru ii 'H ii 1 WT. fm , - 1' i iv, Q ,.., V la CVVILYM R. ROBERTS Farmington State Normal School University of Maine, B.S. 7 iffy 'A - W 1155 WE?-fi , lt siir' Ef iiff : . 1 la an I 4 ' W Y, U 1 University of Maine, M.A. Geography Sociology Graduate Study: Columbia University, Uni- Farmington versity College of North Wales QBangor, North Wales, United Kingdoml History Farmington LAVVRENCE L. STOFAN State Teachers College, Cali- fornia, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed. University of New Hampshire, M.Ed. Graduate Study: University of Connecticut Audio-Visual Education, Ed. Psy- chology junior High Education Head Coach of Athletics Monessen, Pennsylvania MRS. GLADYS TAYLOR . Graduate Study Pennsylvania State Univer grgmfxgggm State Teachers College' sity Iowa State University University of Simmons Couegi Cornell University' MS' Freshman loods Child Development and Foods and Nutrition Farmington ' i1"""'A" 'Q ELEANOR A. WOOD MRS. MARION H. BOYCE Bates College, A.B. University of Maine, M.A. Graduate Study: Columbia University English, journalism, Director of Publica-tions Kingfield ll--L Farmington State Teachers College B.S. in Ed. lon leave! Grade 4 Temple MRS. HELEN WV. GORDON Farmington State Normal School University of Maine, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: Boston Uni- versity Grade 5 Farmington MRS. FRANCES M. HARDY ELIZABETH RUSSELL Farmington State Normal School Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Grade 3 Farmington Ml... 'VIQ'-533 if s., Tufts College, B.A. University of Maine, M.Ed. Nursery Training School of Boston Grade 2 Turner W' is H NIRS. LOTS RUSSELL MRS. ALICE M. KNOXVLTON Farmington State Teachers College, Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Maine Graduate Study: University of Maine, Spring- Grade 2 field College Farmington Grade 3 MRS. LEATRICE O. ORR Farmington State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. in Ed. University of Maine, M.Ed. Grade 4 Farmington IOLA H. PERKINS Colorado in Music Colorado in Music Music, F If armington Brewer I' t. 1 , 1 .1 'ji Qjiuf -M ' 1 :Lf , .1 ,GW l- 3, ii l rm-: 'nf-'BH - ,A-Ji? ,fe-f :Q X ,sm -.z asian , nam-, Y, ,1 ,. z'jJ1 MRS. IEANNETTE L. SPROUL MRJS. PHYLLIS M. WHITNEY Gorham State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Maine Grade 1 Farmington Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. University of Maine, M.Ed. University of Maine, Post Masters Certificate Grade 1 Farmington MRS. LAWRENCE VIOLET Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. Grade 4 Farmington MRS. DOROTHY SXVEATT Farmington State Teachers Col- lege, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Maine Junior Primary Farmington HAROLD XV. HICKEY Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Maine Grade 7 IHY . . w W it ' 41 ,1-1 3-I!! Q-as FRANK P. DINGLEY MRS. GRACE S. HEATH University of Maine, B.S. in Ed. Boston University, B.S. in Ed. Graduate Study: University of Maine University Of Maine, M.Ed. Grade 8 Grade 6 Farmington Farmington DONALD L. KENNEY Gorham State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Rutgers University, M.Ed. Grade 6 New Vineyard in-LA' S. I i ALICE E. STEVENS Farmington State Teachers College, MRS. MARY P. LINCOLN B.S. in Ed. Farmington State 'Teachers College, Graduate Study: University of Maine, Boston B.S. in Ed. University, Harvard University Graduate Study: University of Maine Grade 7 Grade 8 Farmington Solon ' THHHNM -gum X , QJ' :gl K I' g elif I J MRS. JEANNE R. STOWE Farmington State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Grade 6 Farmington 5 I Wg- V,?.... H, . - Wx xxx. V a ww vtgeizgggfsfaffgmg if i ,N ,N mr A tl vifg D0 NALD WATSON Farmington State Teachers College, B.S, in Ed. Grades 7 8: 8 Farmington MRS. DONALD THAYER R.I. School of Design Boston University, M. in Ed Art Farmington, Maine lu A Tj sm- MRS. LOUISE GILMAN MRS. HELEN QUILL Secretary, Mallett School Secretary, Ingalls School Farmington Falls Farmington , 5 -E s ia? 23 1 -gi Ff '5'-Q .. 9 ' - -.1-:-:fa 'E 53 1' 229:55 EN QE? 5 wwf Ls Kp, , 5 , ' - ,z.,,. ., ,Q 553 M W 16. '- ij -5 , L2ss?5gJf N M5 wi., 'N Ju 5 aw "HQ 515 L, 552 154. Jr? 1 vm- Hg f Qi 41314 'f 1 1:1 . . 5 I V xxxhx . Q.. tr' . I . 9 5 Q- - -ri ff: A, 5 , ZZ, ' 1, "'Ef ' i2 J w s s .nuff 0122? , -fl U l . . 1 Hr' , if'-V if f y ,ffl X. Q J i7 ' W.: ,4 H, XE Z V I-4 af Ky wg 2, a-e.,y15 . t 1 I I 3 1 5- -Qf, I V MRS. FLORENCE WITHEE NIRS, MINNIE LIBBY Matron, Purington Hall Matron, Mallett Hall MRS. LINNIE PHILBROOK Matron, Dearborn Hall MISS MARGARET SIMNIONS MRS. LAURA SMALL Assistant Matron, Mallett Hall Hostess, Purington Hull W? J ,K ,Jay fm, N xl , VY V. .,.,Q,j, QA is v 4. -La I 1 MRS. FRANCES HARRISON MRS. MARGARET TRIPP Fin-ance Clerk NVest Farmington NVest Farmington Assistant Bursar MR. PAUL IUDKINS Bursar Farmington . Y l Q In Memory L2-E C:-'P Of Mrs. Margaret Henderson, who was not afraid to extend her duty beyond its normal bounds. She was a sincere friend, co-worker, and mother to the large number of students who attended Farmington State Teachers College while she was with us. 20 FSTC x J Classmates: " All who have meditated on the art of governing mankindf said Aristotle, " have been convinced that the fate of empires depends upon the education of youth." Today, more than in any other period of history, as we witness the struggle between our democratic way of life and the com- munistic way of life, we can understand the explicit meaning in his Words. This decisive instrument, education, has been placed in our hands. As future teachers, We must impart it to others. The quality of the education of the students under our jurisdiction will determine the destiny of our nation. May this impelling force re- main our principal objective and thus keep our quality of teaching as high as We now resolve that it will be. KENNETH RIDDELL Senior Class President 1 1 , Vu H Ji if i k K i ii l ,, . l W 5 .- Q P 9 it M , ,. . ' i A " 51,1 .. . g 'T . it . , is E , . i Fig' ,E 1 ' ,Y,1g'?7?'fm www ff.: , 'w,, E W. . ., :yu ,T H 'u , Agn iw, 2. My W ,,. 11' - ' ,- ..'.?: d 1 i Qqj,, 2: .' !ijrQ, ', , ' "1 ' I i ' '5- f- . ', . bf i! - ' . lr" 7- Q ' U 51 "eg K I ' ', 2 . . Y, -' H if .El i ,xiii . , , ' 'F , ,, ,, - -. , 'fr 1 5 . V:-, 'r W 4 f I, l 1 in., I' I ' z.. K ,jf.,'1.,, - ,wel gn f 5 ' 'ig ii.: - gy, ,.'fsij,, -qw' 1 , r if. it .M " gt. -1 rigid' 4,L :?3g3g1,,rQg Lge? tw 1 ,E i . may 2 e-gf. k fm' 5 - ' V 1 3- ' . Fflflll it ' - N' A 'I . Y , ' j's'QAii " M : L 1 " 'iii 51 1 l Z- . F-55-.1 5 ,.rL??,,,, up .Q 1, N, N i 2 I - 4t,l7tgVg,r55f4!:!Mgigugii '- 3 1.529 rf-fir "f Tia., '3 i H 1 it ..., , .,., . 1 d ill' .3 Q, ,fl E ri , 'i 2 L- 'fl Q, w je QQHD' ' V 'Alf 'iggb-fiiiw, Iggy- - Sz? ' ft V r 7 1 15 e NIA Y Y .. Cl ss 59 E 5 2 B F. CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Kenneth Riddell Vice-President . . Neil Lemieux Secretary .... Judy Topham Treasurer . . . Joanne Withee Class Adviser . Miss julia Ksionzyk 5 SYLVIA M. ADAMS - - Dexter Elementary - Junior High YV.A.A. 15 Freshman Girls' Clee Club 15 Upperclass Cirls' Clee Club 25 Choir l,2,3, Secretary 35 Octavos 3,45 Band 35 Orchestra 35 Plays and Players 15 S.E.A.M. 3,4. 1 V A :af i Q55 K 1 'leiff , WANGELIN ANGEVINE - - Rumford Elementary - junior High Clee Club 1,2,3,45 S.E.A.M. l,2,3,4, Delegate to State Con- vention 2,35 NV.A.A. 1,2,3, Council 35 Lambda Epsilon Sorority 2,3,4, Keeper of the Casket 45 Dearborn House Committee 45 Outing Club 45 Wesley Club 1,2. GEORGE D. BRADSTREET, ja. - - South Portland Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Historian 4, National Representative 4, judiciary Committee 2, Initiation Committee Chairman 4, Kappa Krooners 3,45 Student Lounge Committee 2,3,4, Chair- man 45 Student-Faculty Entertainment Committee 3,45 Ori- entation Committee 2,35 Coordinating Council 45 S.E.A.M. 45 Tenbartones 3,45 Transferred from Portland University, Col- lege of Business Administration, .3 'C ,f ' .- ,riifif ' 1 i ' I. A ' ' ELIZABETH BREWER - - Caribou if ' Elementary - Junior High Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Outing Club 1,2,3,45 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3545 Christian Association 1,2,3,4, Chairman of Community Responsibility Commission 152, Presi- dent 35 Delegate to Rolling Ridge Conference 25 S.E.A.M. 34- Orientation Committee 3,45 Dormitory Council 2,35 Clee 135 Coordinating Council 2,35 Co-Chairman of Calendar Corn- mittee 25 Budget Committee 45 W.A.A. 1,2535 Congregational College Fellowship 2,3,4. 11 :55 " . it be ' ' . , . g ng. 5 ' A Club 1,25 Mirror Staff 45 Delegate to Swampscott Conference 24 DEAN BRYER - - Boothbay Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta 'Phi l,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Initiation Committee 3,45 Outing Club 1,2,3,45 -S.E.A.M. 45 C.A. 1,2,35 Varsity Baseball 1,25 Basketball junior Varsity 1,25 M.A.A. 1, 2,3,45 Kappa Krooners 45 Tenbartones 3. R. MASON BUNKER - - Wilton Elementary - Junior High Glee Club l,2,35 Tenbartones 1,25 Mirror Staff 1,2,3,4, Humor Column 3,45 Efesteco Staff 3,4. SANDRA CLARK - - Oakfield Home Economics Glee Club 1,8,4, Vice-President 45 Mirror Staff 1,2,3, Exchange Editor 2,35 Home Economics Club 3,4, Executive Board 45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 25354, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, Pledge Master 45 Dearborn Hall President 45 " Miss Effestecon Can- didate 45 Orientation Committee 45 Executive Committee 45 Dormitory Council 4. WILDA MAE CLARK - - Kingman Home Economics Clee Club 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3,4, Vice-'President 35 Music Council 35 House Committee 3,45 Coordinating Council 45 XVesley Club 1,2,3,4, President 3, Program Chairman 45 W,A.A. l,2,3,4, Council 3, Secretary 35 C.A. 3,45 C.A. Cabinet 3,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 3,4, President 45 Pan-Hellenic Council 4, President 45 C.A. Maine Area Planning Committee 45 New England NVorld Mission of the Church Committee 45 Metho- dist Maine Board for Higher Education 45 Home Economics Club 1,2545 Marthifs Vineyard Leadership Seminar 45 Eastern States Conference 4. 25 'altar- 'X -21555 riff! 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JAQUELINE Cox - - Woodland Home Economics Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Minstrel Director 35 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Presi- dent 3, Delegate to 1956 AHEA Meeting 1, Delegate to Prov- ince Workshop I 35 State Home Economics College Clubs President 45 Christian Association 15 Puringfton Hall Vice- President 25 WV.A.A. 15 Coordinating Council 3,45 'Pan-Hel- lenic Council Secretary-Treasurer 45 Home Economics Day Registration Chairman 35 Home Economics Alumni Association Scholarship 4. ROBERT DAVID DESJARDINS - - Fort Fairlield Elementary - junior High Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,45 Newman Club 1,2,35 Outing Club 1. ELLEN DUNN - - Augusta Home Economics Lambda Epsilon Sorority 2,3,4, President 45 Pan-Hellenic Council 3,4, Vice-President 45 Newman Club l,2,3,4, Corre- sponding Secretary 2, Secretary 35 Glee Club 1,2,3, Vice-Presi- dent 85 Coordinating Council 45 Home Economics Club 1,45 WV.A.A. 1, Council Representative 15 Co-Chairman of Beaver's Den 4. 26 NIARGARET MARY DYER - - Dexter Elementary - Junior High Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,45 Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Head Cheerleader 45 House Court 15 Ski Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 35 Octavos 1,2,3,4, -President 45 College Choir l,2,3, Treasurer 35 Music Council 2,45 Coordinating Council 2,35 Freshman Girls' Glee Club 1, Vice-President 15 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Newman Club 2,3,45 VV.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 45 Minstrel End- man 3,45 Mirror Staff 35 Effesteco Staff l,3, Co-Layout De- signer 35 Upper Class WVomen's Glee Club 35 Farmington- Ski Club 1,2,3,4. NANCY ELIZABETH FIELD - - Harrison Elementary - Junior High Freshman Girls' Glee Club 1, Upperclass Girls' Glee Club 2,3, 4, Choir 1,2,3, outing Club 1,2,3,4, W.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Plays and Players 25 Mirror Staff 2,3,45 House Committee Mallett Hall 35 Canterbury Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Presi- dent 35 Coordinating Council 35 F.'T.A. 1,2,3, Steering Com- mittee 35 S.E.A.M.-4, Secretary 4, Delegate to the New Eng- land Conference of the S.E.A. 45 Effesteco Staff 3,45 Student Librarian 1,2,3,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 4. ANN L. FOSHAY - - Milo Elementary - Junior High Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,4, Secretary 45 S.E.A.M. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45 C.A. 15 Effesteco Staff 15 Out- ing Club 35 Student-Faculty Entertainment Committee 3,4, Chairman 45 Mallett Hall House Court 25 Mallett Hall Secre- tary 35 Dearborn Hall House Committee 45 Student Librarian 2,-3,45 Candidate for Carnival Queen 4. CAROL A. GRANT - - Hall Quarry Elementary - Junior High Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Choir 35 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Outing Club 1,2,-3, 4, Secretary 45 Mirror Staff 3,4, Assistant News Editor 3, As- sistant Editor 45 C.A. 1,2,3,45 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,45 Efesteco Staff 45 W.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Candidate for Carnival Queen 45 Plymouth S.T.C. Intervisitation 4. 27 me , 5.1 isgifgfawi ,exif H Wwijtl, at o-F G :gli-."' ,H rf- H. , , , , j 2 , Quia. H ,t-kwa. -vars-'S , F3 3 M l A55 T ROGER GRINDLE - - Rockland Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta Phi Fraternity 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3,45 Coordinating Council Vice-President 45 Hi-Phi's Dance Band 3,45 I.V. Basketball 35 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Orientation Committee 3,45 Hon- orary Member of Lambda Epsilon Sorority 3,45 Eastem States Conference 4. GEORGETTE E. HAMEL - - Hebron Elementary - Iunior High Newman Club 1,2,3,4, President 35 F.T.A. 1,25 Dormitory Council 25 Plays and Players 25 Ski Club 2,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3545 Secretary 35 -Student-Faculty Entertainment Committee 3, Chairman 35 Coordinating Council 35 Candidate for Carnival Queen 35 Intervisitation Castleton State Teachers College 35 S.E.A.M. 3,4, Sta-te Delegate 35 Mirror Staff 3,4, Assistant News Editor 45 Effesteco Staff 4, Senior Editor 45 Outing Club 45 Orientation Committee 45 Delegate to NVorld University Service Conference 4. ENID MARLENE HARRIS - - Woodstock, New Brunswick Home Economics Home Economics Club l,2,3,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 45 Clee Club 2,3,4. MARGARET HEATH fMRS.D - - Farmington '67 Elementary - junior High Glee Club 15 S.E.A.M. 2,3,4. 28 SANDRA B. HINKLEY CMllS.7 - - Oakland Elementary - Iunior High Plays and Players l,2,3,4, President 3, Make-up Director 3,44 S.E.A.M. 44 VV.A.A. l,2, Council 1,2Q Glee Club lg C.A. 1,2, 3,44 Wives' Club 3,44 Delta Psi Omega 3,44 Coordinating Council 3g Mirror Staff 1. CARRIE Honcns - - Phillips Elementary - Junior High Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4g Glee Club l,2,3,44 Plays and Players l,2,3, Key Member 24 S.E.A.Bl. 3,44 Dormitory I-louse Court 2,34 House Committee 34 House President 34 Dormitory Council President 34 Orienta- tion Committee 2,34 C.A. 1,24 Coordinating Council 3, Public Relations Committee 34 Carolyn A. Stone Scholarship 24 Maude 'Parks Scholarship 34 Mirror Stall 4. pn- 52' rpg, r ! X 5 2- U it BENJAMIN HONVATT - - Farmington 'ids Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta Phi l,2,3,4Q Outing Club l,2,3,4, President 34 Mirror Staff 3,4, News Editor 3, Editor 44 C.A. 1,2,3,44 S.E.A.M. 3,44 Intramural Basketball 1,24 Coordinating Council 3,44 Orientation Committee 3,44 Hi--Phi's Dance Band 3,44 Effesteeo Staff 4. NANCY LAMB - - Mechanic Falls We Elementary - junior High i E53 Lambda Epsilon Sorority 1,2,3,4, Pan-Hellenic 3, Vice-President 4g S.E.A.M. 3,4. 29 '-:wzh.,f6,p4-. -, P- .4 4 r 44 fr ,fa 2 , ii ii, 1 A Wang :Wax it ON Q' 'vxlfglpg V -- iv :.- E' ' K' -fi.: ,Aa ,,,., lv A W .. gg RONALD Lnisowrrz - - Richmond Elementary - Junior High Kappa Dclta Phi 2,3,4g Swampscott Delegate 2g Baseball 1,2,3, 49 Basketball 1,2,3,4. NEIL LEMIEUX - - Topshain Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta Phi l,2,3,4g Newman Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 23 Senior Class Vice-Presidcntg Coordinating Council 4g Effesteco Staff 3,4, Photography Editor 3,45 S.E.A.M. 1,2,3,4. WILLARD HALL LEWIS - - Scarborough Elementary - Junior High M.A.A. 1,2,3,4g S.E.A.M. 3,-'lg Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4g Out- ing Club 4g Christian Association l,2,3,4. JUNE lXf4CCASLIN - - Winslow Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4. 30 RONALD P. NICLAUCHLIN - - Danforth Elementary - Junior High Transfer from Fort Kent State Normal School5 S.E.A.M. 1,25 Chorus 1,2,35 Athletic Council 25 Basketball 1,2,35 Assembly Committee 25 Intramural Council 3. FRANCES NIINOT - - Belgrade Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Executive Board 25 National A.H.E.A. Convention 25 Province WVorkshop 1--25 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3,4, Pan-Hellenic Council 35 Plays and Players 1,2,3, Treasurer 25 House Court 3,45 Budget Com- mittee 25 Mirror Staff 25 Clee Club 1,2,3,45 Choir 35 Orienta- tion Committee 3,45 Carolyn A. Stone Scholarship 25 Wesley Club 1,25 Substitute Co-Chairman of Beaver's Den 4. Louis M. MORIN - - Bumford Elementary - Junior High Baseball 1,2545 Basketball 1,2,3,45- Coordinating Council 3,45 M.A.A. 1,2,3,4, President 45 Class President 35 Beta Gamma Fraternity 3,4. RICHARD C. MULLEN - - Levant Elementary - Junior High Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Chapter Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, National Executive Representative 3, 'President 45 Freshman Class Vice-Prcsidenit5 Sophomore Class Preside1rt5 Tenbantones 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2, President 35 Choir 1,2,35 Octavos 1,25 Music Council 35 Plays and Players 1,25 Delegate to Eastern States Conference 25 State Grange Scholarship 35 Judiciary Committee 35 Student-Faculty Entertainment Committee 25 Curriculum Committee 3,45 Orientation Committee 3,45 Co- ordinating Council 2,3,4. 31 1 1, it r M, , ram , in 'Ni-pr 4-45 15 -pa-. 'swan ' 'ii-il X15 1 WILMA MYERS - - Yarmouth Home Economics Glee Club 2,35 Outing Club 2,35 Home Economics Club 1,2,3, 4, Executive Board 3, -Publicity Chairman 3, Rhode Island Con- ference 35 Iudiciary Committee 35 Calendar Committee Chair- man 3,45 Coordinating Council 3,45 Christian Association 2,3, 4, Treasurer 35 Dearborn Hall Treas-urer 45 Mirror Staff 4, News Editor 45 Phi Nu Omega Sorority 3,45 Budget Commit- tee 35 Co-Chairman of Beaver's Den 4. NEDRA I. NASH - - Bangor Elementary - Junior High Purington Hall President 15 Dormitory Council l,2,45 House Court 1,35 Mirror Staff 1,2,3, Assistant Editor 2,35 Calendar Committee 25 judiciary Committee 25 W.A.A. l,2,3,4, Council 2,3,45 S.E.A.M. 3,45 junior Class Secretary, Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3,4, ViceHPresident 45 Coordinating Council 1,3,4. PATRICIA NICKERSON fMRS.D - - Bingham Home Economics W.A.A. 15 Plays and Players 2,35 Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4. we ' ,L A DIANE PENDLEToN - - Auburn T 5 P Elementary - junior High fi? W.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,45 Plays and Players 2,3,4, Publicity Manager 3, -President 45 F.T.A. 1,25 Newman Club 1,25 Delta P Vi N 'gk ,K sr Psi Omega 3,4. 32 JOYCE E. QUINN - - Skowhegan Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4g Newman Club l,2,3,4, Presi- dent 45 Coordinating Council 4g NV.A.A. l,2,3,4. KENNETH K. RIDDELL - - Bar Harbor Elementary - junior High Men's A.A. 1,2,3, Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3g Baseball 1,23 Senior Class President 4, Beta Gamma Fraternity 3,4. PATRICIA BIDEOUT - - Bangor Elementary - junior High Plays and Players 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Delta Psi Omega 3,44 Orientation Committee 4g Newman Club lg Mirror Staff 2,3. ANN MAR1E ROBERTS - - North Berwick Home Economics Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,4g YV.A.A. 1,2,3, Vice-President 2, Council 2,85 Purington Hall Vice-President lg Christian As- sociation l,2. 33 Irv A ,.,.f r 1 T ,r .iff gf: f 1 . I ,ff r f I 5. q. -,.,,,..,w gr f.,' iff?-lv' J .,, L- , ' Lys,-.fe-X il. , ,., ANN T. ROBINSON - - Greenville Junction Home Economics Cleo Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4g Choir 2,3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3g Outing Club 35 Wesley Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1, Treasurer 4g C.A. 1,45 Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 3,45 'Pan-Hellenic Council 4g Home Economics Club l,2,3,4, Executive Board Member 2,35 State Home Economics Meeting 2g Dormitory House Court 1,-4g " Miss Effestecov Candidate 4. BEVERLY JANE ROBINSON - - Mount Vernon Home Economics Lambda Epsilon Sorority 45 Christian Association 2,3,4, Secre- tary 3g Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4g Outing Club 2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Mirror Staff 3,4g Efesteco Staff 3,4. SANDRA A. ROLLINS - - Garland Home Economics Home Economics Club l,2,3,4g Clee Club lg Phi Mu Sigma Sorority 2,3,4g Pan-Hellenic Formal Decoration Committee 3g Methodist Choir 25 VVesley Club 1,2g Head VVaitress in Mallett Hall 4g Silver Tea for Hyde Home Committee 2,3. GLENDA LOU ROWELL - - Skowhegan Elementary - junior High Alpha Gamma Tau - Bob Ioncs University 2g C.A. lg Band 1 3, Letter 3g Choir 1,35 Glee Club l,3,4g Orchestral 1,3. 34 JACQUELINE JEAN SEVERANCE - - Mattawamkeag Home Economics VV.A.A. 1,2,3, Council 3g Home Economics Club 25 The Crucible 3g Plays und Players 3,45 Outing Club 4. JANE SIMONEAU - - Chisholm Elementary - Junior High Mirror Stuff 3,4g S.E.A.M. 45 Effesteco Staff 4. JUDITH SPOFFORD - - Skowhegan Elementary - Junior High Christian Association lg XV.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 4g S.E.A.M. 35 Plays and 'Players 4, Publicity Director 4. :HELEN STANYVOOD - - Millbridge Elementary - Junior High WV.A.A. l,2,3,4, Council 2,3,4, President 45 Plays and Players 2,3,4, Treasurer 3. 35 W My Ji 9.1,-fi 'J r "- .,, . , Wm, 2535 ' w e rt i Tx in , E - l fr 15:4 ' , 4 V 1 fEJ?p,7i':3:, , f, V39 ' 1 .npr ii: ' A , ----mail- ' v,':1:'ef2'2 Q4-'xJ'ff ' f' 2433 f f .- J J, , ggi. 'Jf'VL'5l?'i 4 .rf , -ut., J ..-, x - , I, I 1 whim- ' leg? 5 te X HU . 1 HS 3 9-. " fx, 'Ni iw 7 I .img ,X 5 ' 4 fm , . , . 3' 19 'il Lfirr' " 'fy 1 N. ' ANITA G. STEWART - - Farmington Elementary - junior High Lambda Epsilon Sorority 2,3,4, Publicity 'Manager 3, Secretary 45 Mirror Staff 45 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Orientation Committee 35 Plays and Players 25 C.A. 1,25 NV.A.A. 1. ELIZABETH M. STROUT - - Windsor Home Economics Phi. Nu Omega -Sorority 2,3,4, Minstrel End Man 2,3,45 Pan,- Hellenic Representative 45 Clee Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1,25 Choir 3,45 Outing Club 3,45 Home Economics Club 1,3,45 Newman Club 253,45 Recreation Room Committee 2,35 Kappa Delta Phi Sweetheart 4. NANCY L. TAYLOR - - East Wilton Elementary - junior High Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,35 F.T.A. 1, s.E.A.M. 4g Mmm staff 2,3,4. MARY TEIEDOR - - Benton Station Elementary - Junior High Lambda Epsilon Sorority 3,4, Chaplain 45 S.E.A.M. 1,2,35 C.A. 1,2535 Dearborn Hall Vice-President 45 Coordinating Council 45 Dormitory Council 4. 36 JUDITH ANN TOPHAM - - Sanford Elementary - Junior High Class Secretary 45 Lambda Epsilon Sorority 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Pledge Master 45 Pan-Hellenic Council 45 C.A. 1,2,3,4, Treas- urer 2, Vice-President 35 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Plays and Players 1,2, 3, Key Member 25 Mirror Staff 1,2,3,4, Sports Editor 2,3,4, Business Manager 35 Dearborn Hall Secretary 45 Glee Club 35 Budget Committee 2,35 Student-Faculty Entertainment Com- mittee 35 Delegate to XN'orld University Service Conference 3,4. THEODORE C. WALLACE III - - Enfield Elementary - Iunior High Coordinating Council 2,3, Vice-President 2, President 35 Kappa Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 25 Orientation Committee 2,3,45 Delegate to New York Conference 35 Delegate to Swampscott Conference 25 Keene Intervisitation 15 Tenbur- tones 1, Choir lg Outing Club 45 Curriculum Committee 3,45 S.E.A.M. 35 Building Fund Committee 2. ALLYN R. WARD - - Greenville Junction 1 ' V , Elementary - junior High s.E.A.M. 3,45 1.v. Basketball 3,4. S ttg ,Q-M 5 4 l . 'V f DONNA MARGARET WARMAN - - Greenville ' "gi 24 ' Elementary - Iunior High v Glee Club 1,2,3,45 C.A. 1,2,3,4, S.E.A.M, 1,2,3,44 W.A.A. fel, lng, 55 yy 1,2,3,4, Council 2,3,4. V L V, J,'uaeiNw Ei.. l ll 37 H-9' SALLY ANN WELLER - - North Penobscot Elementary - Iunior High Lambda Epsilon Sorority 3,4, Publicity Manager 45 Plays and Players 1,2,3,4, Secretary 35 Delta Psi Omega 3,45 Glee Club 1, Outing Club 15 Mirror Staff 3. MURIEL WINTER - - Kingfield Elementary - Iunior High Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 45 S.E.A.M. 2,3,45 Pan-Hellenic Council 35 W.A.A. 15 Curric- ulum Committee 3,45 Coordinating Council Treasurer 35 Plays and Players 1,25 Swampscott Conference 35 Eastern States Conference 35 Budget Committee 35 Dormitory Council 3, President 35 Edith Maxwell Tliornquist Scholarship 3. RUTH AMANDA WINTER - - Kingheld Elementary - junior High Phi Nu Omega Sorority 2,3,45 Ski Club 1,2,3,4, President 4, Secretary 25 Outing Club 35 VV,A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,45 C.A. 1,2, Secretary 25 S.E.A.M. 3,45 Freshman Class Secre- taryg Girls, Softball Coach at Ingalls School 35 Farmington Town Ski Club 1,2,3,45 Coordinating Council 45 VVinter Carni- val Queen 15 Orientation Committee 3,45 Mirror Staff 25 Eastern States Delegate 25 Iudiciary Committee 15 Cheer- leading 4. IOANNE G. WITIIEE - - Detroit Elementary - Iunior High Phi Nu Omega Sorority 3,4, Vice-President 4, Endman 3,45 XV.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 35 Advising Ex-President 45 S.E.A.M, 1,2,3,45 Purington Hall Secretary-Treasurer 1, President 25 C.A. 1,2,3,45 Dearborn Hall House Committee 45 'Senior Class Treasurer 45 Coordi- nating Council 3,45 Orientation, Committee 3,45 Student Per- sonnel Committee 4. 38 JOSEPH P. CURATO - - Rumford DAVID STEWART GOODNVIN - - Elementary - Junior High Farmington Elementary - Junior High Baseball 1,2,3g Newman Club 3. Mirror Staff 1,2,3,4g Basketball 3. BARBARA DAVIS cMRS.J - - Islesboro RUSSELL IRELAND - - Ogunquit Home Economics Elementary - Junior High Canterbury Club 2,3,4g Transfer from Fort Kent Outing Club 2,3,4g Ski Club 3,4. State Normal School, Class Secretary l. DAVE ELLIS - - Farmington NIARGUERITE N OTTAGE fMRS.J - - i West Farmington Elementary - Junior High Elementary - Junior High CLARENCE M. FICKETT - - Richmond JOSEPH P. SIROIS - - Rumford Elementary - Junior High Elementary - Junior High Newman Club 1,2,3,4. Baseball lg Basketball Manager 1,2,3. STUART L. FOSTER - - Livermore Falls BRIAN E. SOMERS - - Bar Harbor Elementary - Junior High Elementary - Junior High Class Treasurer 3. J.V. Basketball 3. PAUL SPROUL - - Augusta Elementary - Junior High W f f . In Appreciation To you, MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM HARRISON, we wish to show our appreciation by presenting this book in return for all the services that you have rendered us during our four years. 40 , 1. .....-4 as' u HT'v-.W n -K '5f'g5l1, . " ,, - A, 1 f A .U , 1 a... ,ff ff. I-... ' v-AN, 41 in file FALL FALL. SEPTEMBER . . . Our arrival . . . The Beaver's Den . . . Outing Club fun . . . Our iirst dance and a talent show . . . OCTOBER . . . Swampscott Conference . . . T.B. skin tests . . . Play tryouts . . . HOME- COMING, dance, fun, reunion . . . Q. john E. Mudge . . . Open houses . . . Cross country . . . Choosing class rings . . . Field hockey . . . Home Eco- nomics State Meeting . . . CA membership drive . . . Maine State Employees meeting . . . United Nations International Tea . . . Sorority initiation . . . First publication of Mirror . . . Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . Food sale . . . Visitation Committee . . . Career Day . . . NOVEMBER . . . Senior supper . . . Commissioner Warren Hill assembly speaker . . . Sock Dance for WUS . . . VVUS Drive . . . Pan-Hellenic Formal . . . Conversation Concert by Scott Morrison . . . Thanksgiving Vespers . . . Thanksgiving Vacation . . . 42 Front Row: Dean john Mudge, Miss Arlene Low, Dean Ruth Williams, joanne YVithee, Christine McGlaui'lin. Second Row: Georgette Hamel, Reta Kinney, Theodore NVallace, Beverly Savage, Frances Minot. Third Row: Miss julia Ksionfzyk, Betty Brewer, Patricia Leavitt, Muriel XVinter, Amanda XVinter, John Ballantyne, Richard Braley. Fourth Row: Mr. Robert Bigelow, Mr. Lawrence -Stofan, Benjamin Howatt, Richard Mullen, Herman Druggc, Roger Grindle Cback of Druggej, Michael Molloy, Robert G. Cloutier. Orientation om mittee We consist of upperclass students and faculty members . . Our adviser, Miss Julia Ksionzyk . . . Our aim - to help freshmen become acquainted with our campus . . . Freshmen on arrival were introduced to students and to social events . . . Panel discussions answered questions .' . . informal gatherings . . Campus tours . . . picnics . . . record hops . . . Sings . . . Parties . . -. F reshmen 'oriented . . . we met and evaluated our program . . 43 COORDINATINC COUNCIL OFFICERS Left to right: Herman Drugge, Roger Crindle, Carolyn Tall, Gail Treffery. 001' inatin We are the student government . . . Presidents of all organizations and faculty advisers Working together . . , Problems compromised . . . Our purposes are numerous . . . 1. To draw up and publish the social calendar 2. To study student problems 3. To promote social functions and other projects of interest to the student body by assuming or delegating responsi- bility for such activities to interested groups 4. To plan the program to acquaint all new students and faculty members with the meaning, purpose, and organi- zation of this Student-Faculty Cooperative Government 44 1' COORDINATINC COUNCIL Front Row: Reta Kinney, Mary NV-atson, Amanda Winter, Betty Drake, Patricia Leavitt, Joyce Quinn, Wilma Mottrani, Miss Elsie Grote, Miss Mabel Hastic. Second Row: Sandra Clark, Wilda Clark, Sue Abbott, Wilma Myers, Ellen Dunn, Jacqueline Cox, Gail Treflery, Carolyn Tall, Herman Drugge, Roger Crinldle. 'Third Row: Robert England, Richard -Mullen, George Bradstreet, David Gaul, Dennis -McLaughlin, M-urs-hall Thumbs, Robert Harriman, Ben-jamin Howatt, Louis Morin, Kenneth Riddell. Counci 5. To confirm the appointments for the Judiciary 6. To sponsor class elections 7. To approve the formation of any new campus organi- zation 8. To decide what organizations represented on this Council have become inactive and to deprive them of representa- tion when such becomes the case 9. To consider and advise on any matters referred to it by the administration of the college We sponsored representatives to the Eastern States Conference and Swampscott Conference . . . Working for better relations with other col- leges through intervisitation programs . . . Cooperation a must . . . 45 F 1 V FRESHMAN CLASS Front Row: jean Foley, Lymla Goodwin, Sandra Gardner, Judy jackson, Dolores Harney, Sandra Greer, Eva Hoyt. Second Row: Dorothy Folsom, Josephine Hanley, Cynthia Gould Mary Fogg, Agnes Kent, Barbara Grondin, Elizabeth Goulette, Dora Gormley. Third Row: Gary Grard, Daniel Hylan, Leon Huard, Donald Grenier, Harvard Howes, Richard Gould. Fourth Row: Sherwood Hanson, Leslie Getchell, David Karkos, Larry Foster. C l a s s o f ' 6 Z FRESHNIAN CLASS Front Row: Shirley Baker, Grace Bradford, Carla F ickett, Harriette Barton, Barbara Cutchin, Audrey Eaton, Muriel Aldrich. Second Row: Roberta Crane, Betty Bubar, Ann Brewer, Olive Ducharme, Carole Daisey, Olive Currie. Third Row: Louis Hersey, Robert Fish, Richard Eustis, Blynn Currier, Bradford Buker, Spencer Hardy, Dexter Berry, Robert Croteau. Fourth Row: Roger Findley, Clifford Daniels, james Costigan, jack Bates, -Perry Drew, Harry Hanson, john Daniels. 'E' 2.1 9? ttf! LL... 44 3 1 Ni J FRESHMAN - HOME ECONOMICS Front Row: Sue LeBlanc, Lillian Parks, Lena Erickson, Leora McLaughlin, Gertrude Dick- inson, Andrea Dunton, Janice Williams, Judy Branscomb, Carol Bell, Jacqueline WVeiss. Sec- ond Row: Mary Hill, Mary Kilponen, Marie Jackson, Barbara Cordon, Kathleen Buck, Sandra Wentworth, Betty Brewer, Carol Bailey, Barbara NVaite, Carol Blake, Eleanor Lewis. Third Row: Marilyn Kowalzyk, Patricia Harvey, Barbara Hamilton, Judy NVl1ittle, Ann Fowler, Joanne Norton, Barbara Meredith, Lucille Pettengill, Hurshelleen Crossman. Fourth Row: Frances Buck, Nancy Mawhinney, Judy Seymour, Sherrill Smiley, Dartha Smiley. Class of '62 OLASS OFFICERS President ..... John Daniels Vice-President . . . Danny Hylan Secretary , . . Harriette Barton Treasurer .... Patricia Harvey Adviser ..... Mr. Paul Judkins fAbsent when picture was takenj 48 ,,,-Q' 1 if ik . ' k r l , : , , , FRESHMAN CLASS 1.111 Elizabeth Rowe, Geraldine Smith, Barbara Smythe, Nettie Rankin, Barbara Front Row: Sheloske, Sandra Xvinslow. Second Row: NVilliam Turner, Barry XVheaton, Sandra Smith, Marilyn Yates, Clara Thomipsoni, Richard WValker, Bruce Turgeon. Third Row: Frederick Miller, Richard Roberts, Erroll XVentzell, Dana Verge, David NVilliams, Edwin Wescott. Class of '62 FRESHMAN CLASS Front Row: Judy Pease, Jane Larrabee, Dorothy Landry, Dorene MeCallister, Elizabeth Powers, Clariee Quimby. Second Row: Gene Morrison, Arthur Turner, Dan-iel Robinson, VVayne Leach, Harold Pouliu, Steven McGraw, Eldred Rolfe, Iaek Lee. Third Row: Donald Lewis, NVesley Moody, Vaughn Mercier, Clifford Seol-t, Ivan Violette, Robert Nevins, Glendon Rowe, Card Plummer. Fourth Row: Robert Perkins, XVilliam jones, Charles Knauer, Richard Plante, David Pierce, Ceoilrey Richard. Front Row: Beverly Savage, Marilyn Young, Reta Kinney, Evelyn Litrocapes, Kathleen Martin, Sylvia Richards. Second Row: Eleanor Chadbourne, Glenda Gilman, jean Burr, Nancy Mawhinney, Carla Fickett, Emily W'ells, Rosemary Martin, Muriel Aldrich, Mary NVhite, Claricc Quimby. Third Row: Shirley Baker, Anita Drisko, Melba Mahoney, Norma Peary, Marcia Tibbetts, jane Goodwin, Sally Bell, Sue Abbott, Connie Noyes. Christian Association Our Commissions . . . Christian Faith and Heritage . . . World Rela- tion . . . Community Relationship . . . Personal and Campus life . . . All working together for closer relationships with us and community, faculty, and religion . . . Vesper Services . . . " Got A Match?", W.U.S. campaign . . . Delegates to Harvard . . . Speakers . . . We learn . . . Our advisers, Miss Evelyn Benjamin, Dr. john Mudge, the Reverend Robert Van Gorder, Mrs. Ermo Scott, and Miss Rose Lambertson . . . C. A. OFFICERS h Seated: Commission Adviser . Miss Rose Lambertson Adviser ..... Miss Evelyn Benjamin Commission Adviser . . Dean john Mudge Standing: President . . . . . Reta Kinney Vice-President . . . Marilyn Young Secretary . . . . Evelyn Litrocapes Treasurer . . . . Commission Head Commission Head Commission Head Commission Head . . Wilda Clark - . . . Beverly Savage . Kathleen Martin . Sylvia Richards . Judy Hunter all l' lib l il li 15 iQ qv i 5 ' r-N TY 4? C? O E Front Row: Nancy Field, Mary Ann Bailey, Barbara Davis, Betty Drake. Second Row: Miss Elsie Grote, Dennis McLaughlin, Onalee Grindle, Barbctta Davis, Barbara Slieloske, Elizabeth Stevens, Merle Peacock. anterbury Club We try to promote better understanding of our Episcopal religion . . . Dennis McLaughlin went to Harvard to represent us at a conference . . . Father Hayden and Father Acher guided us . . . joint meeting with Colby College at the vicarage . . . We entered Canterbury news in Northeast, the Maine Episcopal magazine . . . Our adviser Miss Grote . . . OFFICERS President ..... Dennis McLaughlin Vice-President ..... Onalee Crindle Secretary-Treasurer . Barbetta Davis Adviser . . . . Miss Elsie Grote 50 l Front Row: Ellen Dunn, Georgette Hamel, Diana Cloutier, Betty Strout, Julie Kowalzyk, Yvette Bourassa, Grace Bradford, Judy Jackson, Carol Bell, Sue LeBlanc, Joyce Quinn. Second Row: Carla King, Agnes Kent, Betty Brewer, Ann Fowler, Elizabeth Goulette, Dora Gormley, Marlene Susi, Ann Bruce, Linda Cyr, Joy Chicoine, Marlene LaPointe, Margaret Dyer, Judi Gomlan, Connie Henry, Ann -LeClair, Jean Benson, Marilyn Kowalzyk, Dolores Choate, Connie Baker, Christine Turner, Frances Kowalzyk, Mr. Lawrence Stofan. Third Row: Joseph Watson, David Gaul, Ralph Bushey, Nunzi Mancini, Peter Jannace, 'Louis Martel, Robert Harriman, Harry Hanson, Cedric Gilbert, Charles Baker, James Keenan, Robert Nevins, B, 'uid Neil Lemieux, Michael Molloy. Elriyj-Q M Newman ll Our President, Robert Harriman, helped us form a choir . . . We have a new adviser, Mrs. Paul Sproul of Mallett School . . . Guest speakers . . . We enjoyed our year . . . OFFICERS Adviser ..... Mr. Lawrence Stofan President ........ Joyce Quinn Vice-President ...... Dravid Gaul Secretary ...... Christine Turner Corresponding Secretary . . Diana Cloutier Treasurer ..... . Louis Martel 51 Front Row: Dr. julia Eaton, Sandra Greer, Nancy Mawhinney, Cynthia Could, Sally Adams, Sandra Hinkley, Diane Pendleton, Sally WVeller, Judy Spofford, Patricia Hideout. Second Row: john Ballantyne, Richard Plante, Harvard Howes, Helen Stanwood, Harriette Barton, Carol Bailey, Ann Fowler, Betty Tolman, Connie Noyes, Clarice Quimby. Plays 611161 PIHYCIS Our Hrst play, " 12 Angry Iurorsf by Reginald Rose . . . Cast of 15 . . . President Diane Pendleton . . . Vice-President " Pat ii Rideout Secretary Sally Adams . . . Treasurer John Ballantyne Second play seemed . . . 1 y . , . Note to the curriculurn committee - revision of our constitution to provide for a half credit for members . . . High interest . . . OFFICERS President ...... Diane Pendleton Vice-President . . . Pat Rideout Secretary . . . . . . Sally Adams Business Manager john Ballant e - - YU Adviser . . . . Dr. julia Eaton -fi iihx- Mfg, ff- i:f"'r if 'gi -"B af 1 lm PW, Front Row: Robert England, Connie Baker, Donna Merritt, Jacqueline Weiss, Cynthia Gould, Mary Harmon. Second Row: Theodore NVa1lace, Barbetta Davis, Nancy Grady, Kenneth Rollins, Benjamin Howatt, Dean Bryer, Betty Brewer, Richard Dyke, joseph Watson. Third Row: Shirley Baker, Carla Fickett, jean Burr, Connie Henry, ludy Branscomb, Ann Brewer, Barbara Meredith, Sue LeBlanc, Dartha Smiley, Lena Erickson, Raymond Marks, Charles Baker. Fourth Row: james Keenan, Carol Grant, Betty Tolman, Patsy Berry, Beverly Savage, Marie Miller, Georgette Hamel, Nancy Field, john Ballantyne, Carolyn Tall, Frederick Partridge, Dean john Mudge. Outin Clulm We enjoyed the outdoors . . . Success - a trip to Tumbledown Moun- tain . . . Not as active as sometimes . . . Spring outing . . . Destination, who knows ----- . . . OFFICERS 'gif . ' .l 1 Adviser ...... Dean Iohn Mudge Vice-President ..... Richard Dyke Treasurer . . . Donna Merritt Secretary . . . Carol Grant President . . Robert England 53 W. A. A. COUNCIL Front Row: Evelyn Litrocapes, Diane Pendleton, Judy Spofford, Ellen Hutchins, Helen Sitanwood, Carolyn Tall, Anita Drisko, Miss Rose Lambertson. Second Row: Patsy Berry, Joanne NVithee, jean Benson, Nedra Nash, Beverly Savage, Amanda NVinter, Margaret Dyer, Elizabeth Stevens, Donna Warman, Betty Drake. W. A. A. Our fall social K' get together " for freshmen . . . Introductions and handbooks . . . Point system . . . We played many sports . . . Badminton . . . Field hockey . . . Basketball Cwatch those flying limbslj . . . Ping Pong . . . Softball . . . Volley ball . . . Playdays . . . Exchange of us sports enthusiasts with other Maine colleges . . . Spring playday for high school students . . . We are the vice-president college for the Maine Athletic Federation of College Women Convention held at U. of M. - We sent our president and a council delegate . . . OFFICERS President ...... Helen Stanwood Vice-President ..... Ellen Hutchins Secretary . . . Frances Kowalzyk Treasurer . .... Carolyn Tall Adviser . . Miss Rose Lambertson 54 OFFICERS Left to right: President, Louis Moring Vice-President, jay Blagdon-5 Secretary, joseph Watson Treasurer, Leon Huardg Adviser, Mr. Albert Doran. . A. Association Our goal-building a strong body and a healthy mind . . . We co- operate with Mr. Albert'Doran . . . Every male is included . . . We hope to continue a worthwhile athletic program . . . Left to right: Louis Morin, Robert England, L- ' vi, , Bruce Turgeon, Ronnie Leibowitz. , Rm! J I fx Front Row: Harvard Howes, james Keenan, Richard Plante. Second Row: Matthew Budzko, Mr. Albert Doran. Cross Country Varsity cross country team . . . Reactivated this year in response to student interest . . . Participated in three meets . . . Won two and lost one . . . Freshmen made up the nucleus of the team . . . Bolstered by two veteran runners . . . Matty Budzko and Jim Keenan . . . The teams headed by Matty Budzko . . . won decisive victories against Castleton and Kents Hill . . . The loss was at the hands of the Hinckley School . . . Athletic Director Albert J. Doran coached the team . . . ' .1 . "Q esp Ax il - U , 56 4364 FARMNG ST mi ATE TEACHERS sf-A .X 5. '5, Lf- ,., Wg., ' - .wi --"" -N., 1 I i . 71' we . i'-. I us... P E A . . an I ' Ma L... iihlgf F . W nm -in-..v-v"-.vmve I , if r LAM- 5 5:1 A-,ii 1' Y- ,N V. A ." fa, , F" ' - .., Vxvfxr 4 ... f,f.'3'i' ig . -' 1 ef 1 . A X f Z. ' 1: .J-9 5 - -.Q - L IN, V' I . I . I. .5 I J' 1 " 11 P " -N - I " 5-17:59 ' ' - A i' ' .... 6. -.- , " drift'-f'4.......'ff" . A if - ,, Am'-f -li" E I - ... 'ff v ef l ' ' . 4- r . 1 . , ' , 'Y 4' 9 :ies V" -fl 'I 1 ' 4 '-wr A 'f 1 xl Kun..-H, s-all-6. 1. 1864 2. As we tration 3. As we tration 4. As we tration 5. As we tration view the Adminis- Building view the Adminis- Building view the Adminis- Building view the Adminis- Building 6. The Cottage 7. Purington Hall 8. Mallett Hall 9. Dearborn Hall 10. w 4 l The Library 57 Q l - Trim 1' , E 'dj 'N' I " i V J 1 mv . jug K,-bl I . iillle ' L f 9, A 5 I 1,3 'Q ' A .et ' , 1 .A g, .r f w5'.E, , Ji' -- .--. ,"sf'f 'ml' .2 ,. :F f--- 'w':?r?T'T gigs-Tw--l W QI ' T- ' -1 , HZ., I '17 V 24 ,' f ' f .MG I i V Y :..t..? 3 .L A I ii I g.: I Y' . ', Y I Y- - S18 if 1 ""', - - -f--.- HV- ..,-, I V ITII -- 5 V ' " i2g'J'-5"r:i'?i"-3-"P'w'qer:-, ...gg ' 1 ,WL ' "' '-f-"' 1139 vim? 775-'Lgi"i':'3':'f' ' ' fufffs . " , A ,. up i .,,,.. Y.-....-, ..,. ., ,. . 0 8. 9. l 1. P. Leavitt 1. " Have you ever had a peanut butter sandwich?" 2. Ugh! 3. Scrub and scrub 4. " I Love Paris " 5. Teddy Bear? 6. Meditation 7. Around the World in 80 days! 8. Dorm Funl 9. Let's show off! 10. Guess what! 58 il L L Q if . lxkwl reg M - iw .fa , V, 4224+131 . , W ,f" - . . ..,i,.. . 'Xb ,Q . -' .1 r xx mi + 'M ' W li L 3 ' L H . 5 . . Qs. ' V L , "i'-h7 '.i' V ii B Wg 7 L rg, H... 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' -5, 7" 'fl 1 'S ' ' Ei- - U 4 ' 'ff,:1,.., v 'V' ... M ' T ,Q U, ' - ' A' '-'eff' f2jz,..' ' ,.-- iw' mg, 'A-Jr, Ir .331 X . 14.14-A M 1 ' . w A. f' 3. 5 VW! is HC' 'I-. 'hi l . Y Isl,-7 , . A ia A. flll fig --ixqf ' . 1 If V ,mf X mmf , x -.-,fi 1 .Q , 1 .. W L, ?'?l1?..' ?x.1l-3 . . ,, X . R .. .e ' L lil Hill 1' .. fi A ' ' Y V I I 1 .H-,Q-.3 - sag, ell ' l :QQ 1. Autumn leaves 1 ' . ,.5..,.,,.- 5. S X 'W f . 1 1 P 1 2- Fall Oufmg? 3. la , . .. ': if '11?'1 . "":""l 5' V A v ' T '. -l , , . A. f . m,i,,, ,3'3,1 Has the bell rung? 4. OE to Magonfs 5. Dinnerl Let's have la little game of softball! H l- - , - 6. .fs-'Xl' , '. 'X ,Ng ' fii vim lffj l ,, U I I li 25+ lux 3' i J X 11 l 7. Men's dorm? 1, ' 3 1. 1' T v vi . W-L. f . - . v su ,, Q 81 cw I 9. We three W .-,B fl I 2 -'ii' - . f '32,-XX' QQQTL, 555 -..Tips 1 iifflw, ,K H V . K6 10. Whats 1n the bag. ., .-.- .. " -yu 49.21 V, '2 .- Qhr- -, -'Tiff Q. " G". W . , " ' "?'!:.ff-ij ei ff -52. '......i' as . PV 'Mann Nga A. 1:1 U - ?g.:5f1f+2f:..1f3?.'-'.if .f.f43s1f+-i ,rgf-sr . . . 4--".. A ' ..-.-e-152' ef- in-asa-wg "fNvr:'- .!:.?.-',P ,- ffifer?-f-?' -L. 51 fini-4 f5':'e:.z..,:. 59 7. ,Ml IIITIJ rv: XL' ...VJ , M. Jackson, A. Dunton-, D. Smiley I ,lk .H 9 xxllwgig ,. V ! C.. Tall, F. Kowalzyk, B. Cloutier 10. N. Tomer, M. Dow, Dempsey 1. E. Hutchins, M. Miller 1, Getting ready for sorority formal 2. Pan-Hellenic Formal 3. Theme - Blue Moon 4. Tenbartones entertain us 5. Assembly singers 6. Com. Hill talks with us 7. Any seniors? 8. Studying 9. Chem Lab 10. Before class 60 3. C. Bradstreet, D. Grinclle, A. Stewart, B. 2- C. Baker C. Anderson I .1 4. D. Mullen, G. Bradstreet, M. Molloy, H. Drugge, WV. Hillier, WV. Leach, D. Gaul, B. Harriman 5. B. Cloutier, H. Drugge, B. ii L -Yi 6. M. Peacock, Com. NV. G. Hill, M. A Watson 7. Before Assembly 5 m ,Q g Q Q ,k lee. -. v-4 8. R. Marks, H. Loomis, B. Davis, 555"fs 10, C, Knauer, L, Tibbettg . 9. C Tall yr., . ' .- 1 . "--.- ,H-Lf., wa, - .VJ-. U in file WI TER WINTER. DECEMBER . . . Volleyball for WAA . . . Eastern States Conference . . . Basketball . . . ACCREDITATION . . . Christmas Formal . . . Candlelight Service . Caroling . . . Christmas Vacation . . . JANUARY . . . Twelve Angry Iurors . . . Late hours and coffee . . . FINALS - Study . . . Break . . . New semester . . . Registration . . . New courses . . . Hell Week for Kappa Delta Phi . . . Winter Homecoming . . . Sports . . . FEBRUARY . . . Basketball ends . . . Sorority show rehearsals . . . Sophomore Class Ban- quet . . . Beta Gamma Formal . . . Talk on Russia . . . Winter Vacation . . . 62 OF FICERS' Editor ...... Benjamin Howatt Assistant Editor . . . . . Carol Grant News Editor . . . . YVilma Myers Assistant News Editor . . Georgette Hamel Business Manager . . Peggy Ann Carlisle Fron-t Row: Donna Merritt, Julie Kowalzyk, Peggy Carlisle, Wilma Myers, Benjamin Howatt Miss Eleanor NVood, Carol Grant, Georgette Hamel, Joan Young, Gail Treffery, Marie Miller Sue Abbott, Anita Drisko. Second Row: Christine MeGlauHin, Betty Tolman, Kathy Martin Nancy Field, Nora Tomer, Carrie Hodges, Sally Adams, Joyce Dempsey, Judy Topham Nancy Taylor, Jeanette Belyea, Judi Gorman, Betty Brewer, Lena Erickson, Frances Buck Anita Stewart, Rosemary Martin, Elaine La'Poin-te, Ann Foshay, Jane Goodwin. Third Rows, John Ballantyne, David Gaul, Richard Braley, Robert Cloutier, Mason Bunker, Marilyn Young Evie Litrocapes, Sandra NVentworth, Nancy Mawhinney, Jane Simoneau, Christine Turner? Sue LeBlanc, Barbetta Davis, Stewart Goodwin, Larry Dubord, Robert Cloutier, Joseph NVatson. The lVl11'1to1' We try to develop interest and abilities in newspaper writing . . Dummying . . . Advertising . . . Photography . . . Providing news and fea- tures for all our readers . . . Awards in past . . . Continuing our high stand- ards . . . Hidden talent -invitation from us to you . . . 63 'gnu rae?'r il l 1 it 'Triad -1 -,X 'V 1 KN gil, 'x iiliifirl win,--1., E " A i- , 1 11 NVQ? H -f .1 "WL ' " Wei ' 1- H W is Mary XfVa-tson - Editor Nora Tomer - Assistant Editor Spencer Trask - Business Manager Elle teco Our tested method for an extra special Effesteco . . . Proceed as follows: One editor . . . Add separately each staff member . . . Mix together . . . Add advertisements, all sizes and shapes . . . Captions for flavor . . . Write-ups fThese are hard to obtaing it may be necessary to squeeze as much as possible from secretariesj . . . Also add artistic talent . . . Blend for many hours into form of lay out . . . When satisfied with appearance, pour into covers . . . Serves friends, students, and faculty of F. S. T. C. . . . 64 HQ at --1' YT P, , I E X Y X, l, E Lt :Q vrirffdfn i X 5 '45 ., G X Qi 'he A- H 'i H Leavitt, Christine McGlauflin - Neil Lemieux -Photographer Miss Eleanor NVood - Faculty Adviser Co-Layout Editors tall Front Row: Judy Topham, Christine McGlauHin, Patricia Leavitt, Nancy Field, Kathleen Martin, Georgette Hamel, Marilyn Young, Mary VVatson, Miss Eleanor Wood. Second Row: jean Benson, Nora Tomer, Anita Drisko, joan Young, Carla King, Gail Franklin, Glenda Gilman, Lena Erickson, jane Goodwin. Third Row: Merle Peacock, james Keenan, Norris Ingersoll, Spencer Trask, Frederick Miller, Robert Harriman, Neil Lemieux. " EFFESTECO " STAFF I 3" , , Z' Y t- 5 nn- 1' i Hi ' ' w w sa, " e it wwf? f 1 , ,WS 4 'hs E- HB9 C5 G7 4 E rvvfr ? 2 E ss Eff t co JULIE NNE KOXVALZYK -Jkt- IU' .95 my And Her ourt ANN ROBINSON xv --1 JEAN BENSON SANDRA CLARK E 1 I X MARIE MILLER I.- if K , 5 A1 1 , A II..- ' , gl -12.51. K Jr! L-L 13 F L g , jf S 67 SOPHOMORE - DIVISION I Front Row: Mary NVhite, Emily Wells, Connie Noyes, Margaret Soper, Katheryn Roberts, Betty Ochmanski. Second Row: Marlene Susi, Beverly Savage, Elizabeth Stevens, Judy Pease, Priscilla Purinton, Norma Peary, Marcia Tibbetts, Betty Tolman, Connie Taylor. Third Row: Roland Wortman, Lawrence Tibbetts, Merle Peacock, Bae Powers, joseph XVatson, Laurence Pare, james Keenan, Frederick Ross, Raymond Magno. Fourth Row: Marshall Thombs, John Wortman, Peter William-s, Donald XfVaite, Kenneth Rollins, john Tribou. Class of '61 SOPHOMORE - DIVIS-ION II Front Row: Sally Adams, Dolores Choate, Antonette Chiaravalloti, Eleanor Chadbourne, Glenda Gilman, Sally Bell, jane Choate. Second Row: Raymond Chase, john Ballantyne, john Boynton, Byron Bean, Robert Brown, Rene Couture, Robert Cloutier, james Cornelio. Third Row: Harold Gamage, Leland Foster, Robert Boynton, john! Dupal, Dwight Ellis, Norman Foster, Lawrence Dubord. E Q- , l I D f I I f A.. , .1 " -l W 468 429' I ,-gf '- ,,-'rl 5, 'J'--ao, inn whim-k,,?-ff. I X: l. . . David Gaul Michael Molloy . Marie Miller . . Linda Cyr Mr. Albert Doran JUNIOR - HOME ECONOMICS Front Row: Mary VVatson, Donna Merritt, Frances Kowalzyk, Margaret Gammon, Christine McGlauHin, Mary Mason. Second Row: Anita Drisko, Carla King, Linda Cyr, Nora Tomer, Patricia Leavitt, Reta Kin-ney. 'Third Row: Marilyn Brown, Louise Getchell, Evelyn Litro- capes, Ioan Young, Gail Treilery. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS JUNIOR OFFICERS President ....... Peter Iannace President ,,.... Vice-President ..... john Ballantyne Vice-President .,... Secretary . . . . Iulie Kowalzyk Secretary . , , Treasurer ........ Kay Roberts Treasurer ,..... Adviser ..... Mr. Cwilym Roberts Adviser ,...... CAbsent when picture was takenl fAbsent when picture was takenj X, Y-.J 7' l Q JUNIOR - IJIVISION I Front Row: Patsy Berry, joycc Dcnipscy, Yvcttc Bourassa, Siu- Abbott, jean Benson, joy Chicoinc. Scconrl Row: Arlelr- Buck, Ruth Bloocl, Robert Ilznuor, Robert England, Clifton Cage, Lorraine Gilbert, Gail Franklin. Thircl Row: -lay lllagclon, Carl Anclcrson, Herman Drugge, David Gaul, Ralph Bushcy, Richard Bralcy, Robcrl Clouticr. C ass of '60 IUNIOR CLASS -DIVISION II Front Row: Christine Turner, Marilyn Young, Kathleen Martin, X'Vilnn1 Mottraun, jean Luce, Sonja Voter. Scconcl Row: Ncttie Lahti, Barbara Ranigcr, Shirley Thompson, Ann LcClair, Ellen Hutchins, Marie Miller, Marlcline 'I'urncr. 'l'hird Row: NVillarcI Ilillicr, john Ruslra, Spencer Trask, Ralph Ryder, Michael Molloy, Ray Marks, Charles Plunnncr. Fourth Row: Phillip Kilburn, wvillllllll York, Elton Knowles, Robcrt llarriman, Nunzi Mancini. .l llIr-nl TQ' 'Y I' -' K Front Row: Margaret Dyer, Sandra WVinslow, judy Pease, Betty Brewer, Amanda Winter. Second Row: Robert England, Mr. Gwilym Roberts, jane Nelson, Frederick Ross. Third Row: Nancy Webber, Carolyn Tall, Dean Bryer, judi Gorman. lei Club We, jolly skiers, had a successful year financially and socially . . . In- creased membership . . . Projects . . . Trips . . . Our thanks to Mr. Gwilym R. Roberts and Mr. Robert S. Bigelow for enthusiasm plus . . . Our winter carnival . . . VVe would have liked more snow . . . Purington Won the snow- sculpturing contest . . . Queen Dartha Smiley . . . Skiing, Snowshoeing, and skating . . . We sold rah-rah's . . . Our iinancial projects sent us skiing out of state . . . Fun and enjoyment . . . We'd like to have you, too . . . X l me -,Q s 1.15 I snzlksi l .Ati fs rn. N -A l 72 X l 'Y-Jl Q n MQ 1 1 3 7 ocilgowel 1 l 'ks'-sd 1' X 7 vx .rf sf- Nu- H, 7 S A. Front Row: Matthew Budzko, Robert O. Cloutier, Gerald Hamilton, joseph WVatson, Bruce Turgeon. Second Row: Coach Lawrence Stofan, james Cornelio, Wayne Leach, Divid Karkos, Robert En-gland, Merle Peacock. arsity Basleethall We proved to be a threat in the New England Teachers College Con ference . . . Our record, 7 wins and 7 losses . . . Our coach, Lawrence Stofan . . . We tried for Conference Play-oils, but didn't quite make it Our most jubilant victory - beating Gorham 85 to 73 . . . We Will miss our graduating seniors . . . VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES 65 77 Farmington Husson Farmington 'Lyndon Farmington Plymouth Farmington Lyndon Farmington johnson Farmington Castleton Farmington Husson Farmington Gorham Farmington Washington Farmington Gorham Farmington johnson Farmington Salem Farmington 73 Lowell Farmington 63 Bridgewater HIGH SCORERS Bob England ................................ Matty Budzko ........ ........ jerry Hamilton ........... ........ Ronnie Leibowitz ...... ....... joe Watson .............. ........ Dave Karkos ........ .... james Cornelio Wayne Leach Bruce Turgeon 88 90 192 174 1 14 106 106 58 43 70 43 Vi 19 tiri Front Row: Richard Plante, Herman Drugge, Richard Dyke, Bradford Buker, Raymond Marks Second Row: Robert -Perkins, Daniel Robinson, Louis Martel, Robert Cloutier. unior Varsity Baslzetball Coached by Robert G. Cloutier . . . We had a good season . . . Won eleven and lost 4 . . . Three veterans and many freshmen . . . Teamwork Enthusiasm . . . Aggressiveness . . . Hustle plus basketball skill I. V. BASKETBALL 1958-1959 61 Farmington Rumford Farmington F. H. S. Farmington Aces Farmington Rumforcl Farmington Bridgton Farmington F. H. S. Farmington Higgins Farmington St. Francis Farmington Thomas Bus. Farmington Gorham Farmington Kents Hill Farmington Farmington Farmington Farmington Gorham Higgins Hinckley Kents Hill I. V. TOP SCORING Buker ................................ 312 Dyke .................................. Robinson ........ Drugge ....... Marks ...... 161 146 141 139 83 61 52 71 points points points points points ' " an i , 1 I C9 E ' V 1 1 l Q, i , CHEERLEADERS Front Row: Connie Napolitano, Margaret Dyer, Nancy Grady. Second Row: Mabel Foster, Amanda Winter, Patricia Harvey, Mary Harmon. CAltemates, Marilyn Kowalzyk and Ann Brewer. Adviser, Miss L3Il1lJCftSOI1.l Cl1eCIl6E1l1CIS EIIIC1 Band BAND Front Row: Eleanor Lewis, Ann Brewer, Margaret Soper, Nora Tomer. Second Ro-wa Miss Ruby Blaine, Harold Gamage, Shirley Baker, Sylvia Richards, Cary Crard, Wilda Clark, Barbara Meredith, Connie Baker, Peter Williams. 1 BEAVER'S DEN STUDENT PERSONNEL Iohn Ballantyne, Beverly Savage, Frances Minot, Miss Arlene Low, Miss Iulia Ksionzyk, Nurse Mrs. Frances Harrison, Miss Eleanor WVood, Mr. Margaret Cousins, Mrs. Lois Russell, Mrs. May Robert Bigelow, Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Robert Robertiello, Miss Ruby Blaine, Dean Ruth Cloutier. Williams, Joanne NVithee, Peter jannace. ommittee CURRICULUM Front Row: Muriel VVinter, Miss Mabel Hastie, Mr. Gwilym Roberts, Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Miss Agnes Mantor. Second Row: Reta Kin-ney, Herman Drugge, Mr. Burleigh Shibles, Dean john Mudge, Miss Eleanor Wood, Miss Eliza- beth Russell. as 1 MISS EFFESTECO Robert England, Chairman, Robert Cloutier Muriel Winter, Carol Grant, Benjamin Howatt, George Bradstreet. BUDGET Betty Brewer, Miss Eleanor Wood, Peggy Car- lisle, Spencer Trask, Mr. Albert Doran, Mr. Lawrence Stofan, Louis Martel, Dr. julia Eaton, john Ballantyne, Barbetta Davis, Miss Ruby Blaine, Ioan Young, Miss Rose Lambertson, Carolyn Tall, Miss Evelyn Benjamin, Kathleen Martin, Gail Treifery. REC ROOM IUDICIARY Dean Ruth WVilliams, john Ballantyne, David Louis Morin, Robert Harriman, Miss Evelyn Gaul, George Bradstreet, Robert Cloutier, Ellen Benjamin, Mr. Robert Bigelow. Hutchins. -9 '17 1 gx -6' -N J Front Row: Nurse Margaret Cousins, Dean Ruth Williams, Mary VVatson, Mrs. Linnie Phil- brook, Mrs. Minnie Libby, Mrs. Florence Withee. Second Row: Pamelia Cage, Nancy Lamb, Patricia Harvey, Sue Abbott, Sandra Clark, Marcia Tibbetts, Patricia Leavitt, Christine Tumer, Betty Drake, Judy jackson, Christine McGlauHin. Dormitory ounci We strive for better life in residences . . . We ask for expression of views from all . . . Four elected representatives from Purington and Mallett Halls . . . Two elected representatives and president of Dearborn Hall . . . Three head residents, the Dean of Women, and the college nurse- Our members . . . We meet whenever necessary . . . Measures for satisfactory functioning of the dormitories . . . Our approval and new measures may be put into effect . . .- Social functions of our dorms include . . . open house . . . taffy pull . . . snow sculpture . . . spaghetti feed . . . good will . . . dance in 'trecv room . . . pajama party . . . formal tea . . . lawn party . . . Miss Cousins' slides . . . talent show . . . Christmas party . " Hi-Pl1i's " . . . serenades . . . faculty banquet . . . Valentine dance . . . cookout . . . OFFICERS President ....... Mary Watson Secretary . . . . Christine McGlauHin G. Franklin, P. McCourt, C. King 11" - ' K J 5 . K L S L. f 2. L. Cetchell, E. Hutchins, P. Purin- ton, Goodwin, K. Martin S ' , , ' 'MT Tiff" Irzu i jii' 2- g X . ' , JET' 1 "X I 7 , :L ' 11 wma ' lit 1 2 is 'A r ' 25.5 sa 'f ' ' Ql,,11,, ,,fE.m'w1 I W ' 1 4 l I ,. 9 ef , F V V ! L: 4' E : ' in 5 in 1 xii, I . R Q 5 ,fxjl f V ' - fi -Y ' , -fix J 2 v Y .F e I ' I ' ,v-'75-b4'?'i'1-v- 1 .- 1 'F' .ff 5. President Scott - D. Smiley 1 . ., .1 ww 1 - . 1' af- 5 -up, ,, , ff. -. if - 1 1 , Christmas at Dearborn Christmas at Mallett Christmas at Purington Tinsel and Mistletoe Win-ter Carnival Queen A "Whale" of a job CMa1lettJ We won QPuringtonJ! Dearbomls sculpture Let's think about last year's And the snow came W r vs Q ' I 2 , 79 'it I ,k M. rift '-J' Sin .... .....- '-- 6 9. B. Desjardins I 7'I ip f . J A- lil. X 5 , fl Q' if N M? ,.., . 3 A fn., +uiM',-wggtv- ..--w I :" K4 Ffa .J , 1 "'Y "I .:-V W" 'r -, ,Q M --'- w-L L ,QU--3... 'E5s'l"22s5:s:iE2n.. 's s . rent A 1,4121-1 - X 'ffmflfsnl f em:-.iz Y f N' W ' Na "" 1. Beta Gamma 1. Beta Gamma meets 2. Beta Valentine Sweetheart 3. Basketball action 4. More basketball action 5. Over the roof tops 6. The three of us 7. Outside Reading 8. I shoveled it 9. From the tower to the snack bar 10. Foods! 80 8. B. Harrison ,., fur- 'xl ,.l Q,- 145.1 as .a :IQ uf if 5 ,sf-'W "fu, Q. 'I 3. B. Turgeon shooting 2. L. Cyr -sl T44-P . Cl 3 ,- is ' 'f,.:2 Sm o 1 s YM 'NL.'5:'95iEgix "'5"'f ,K fr S, .Lf if K ,X 4 , xr .3 , 'IV X itsxl , 4. L. Morin lugging the ball 5. HJ l'l"?Vyyy,.4zi" 'iri B 6. L. Powers 9. 4 . e 'Q . ., 1 ul ,f ,M 'X If .4 ,X H X N 7. R. Blood, N. McPherson, M. v , , .-,, Jer- gf- Z NEW E Fl S Y FG or: ea ERNDNICH pgpquf 5, 'JM-GD BLITWLER I-j-:eg nsssssmc 5933 f A lg I , , - 'v',':r :inf 10. SB. 2. L. to B. - M. Tlbbetts, CDICOIHC, n, D. Merritt, C. Turner, L. Cyr, C. King, Gorman L. to R.-M. Maso B. Davis, I 5 L to R R Blood S Abbott Nl E Litrocapes Young M Miller P Berry E Hutchins, WV. Mottram L. to N. Tomer D Choate ...- V711 1 P J so 44. B ofa r 7. L. to R.-C. Gilman, M. NVatson, Y L. to R.-A. Monroe B. Gordon, 5, Bell, Gogdwin, K, Martin, H Barton A C. Hodges, Burr . ' l - li! K' 3... gf - ' c . ful A ' - gl ' . 2 jackson 9. C. Henry 3. L. to R. - M. Kowalzyk, M. jackson 1. Jackson, L. Powers 1. Happy Birthday 2. House Party 3. Stripes and more 4. 'Bock and roll 5. Play balll 6. Shoes offl 7. Pajama Party 8. That's a panic! 9. Bedtime 10. Relaxing 81 stripes! 10. Christmas Decorating 1. C. Napolitano, M. Foster, A. Winter, BI. Dyer, P. Harvey, M. Harmon, 2. B. Savage, D.1'l11l1iC, N- 1-fl'miSllX, N. Grady E. Litrocapes 3. M. Mason, R. Kinney, NI. xiii? 1 fer . . I l J 1. Beat Gorham! X -tv 2- Chow time -, 3. Cottage Rec Room "W" J El? . ' V 4. Look who pours. the milk! R -ff ' L l 5. A coat-room chat before lunch 6. Snack Bar at 4 PIM, 4. H. Stanwood 5. W. Lewis, D. Brycr 7. Rec Room K 'fl .,.. - , Y .g. L ,...1 1 8. Rec Room H B , , , .314 , .M 'M 'E A 9. Student Teaching A 1 + i 5 10. Student Teaching 'N --,,j,i 'A lm H 82 7. B. Howatt, C. Grant, C. 6. R. McLaughlin, N. Lamb P. jannacc, I. Pease, P. Carlisle ur'-1 X S 1.--f EE rs ll 8. S. XVeller, L. Morin, N. Mancini, . M. Foster 9. R. Marks 10. Y. Bourassa, Mrs. Whitney 2. XI. Cullmatli, B. Tufts, B. Davis, T. XVallacc, C. Tall, H. Druggc lx .fi 14?-ig ..f Costigau 0. F :Xl l f i if 7. N -1, Y 9. M. Harmon ri ,gi 5 . -. 'j 'V ,Y "wif WL ' 1-, 4 .- if 5-55 +12 N ' ffii '41 f r A Kappa House Kappa Party Kappa Slaves XVlioopsl Now what? Little Mt. Blue " Down where Abbott Pond lies gleaming " Kappa Formal Getting ready for Dick Kappa Sweetheart 83 Q i ill. '4 . 3 X i 1. Mr. Roberts and Louis Morin 2. Mr. Woodman and jim Keenan 3. Mr. Stofan 1. Questions, comments, re- marks? ly X 1 Y 2. Don't be so sober about it . . Bling K all! flllmli I n 3. just push the button J .NH j,jlX,.?K,- :H - 4. I like science 5. Kn-it one, purl one 4. Mr. Bigelow 5. Mother Libby 6 8: 7. Bursar's office in ac- tion 8. Here's Asia 9. V- Q 10. Getting your Doctor's de- A I A gree Q O xx , , ,, V - l 84 H l 6 8: 7. Mr. judkins, Mrs. Tripp, and Mrs. Harrison w v " I Y- V V l 4,7 " .J w . V J A , - I 8. Mr. Starbird 9. Mr. jones 10. Mr. Roberts in the SPRING PRIN MARCH Exams after winter vacation . . . Scotch Fair . . . Play Day . . . Effesteco Dance . . . Our lovely Miss . . . Omega Minstrel . . . Mid-Semester . . . APRIL Lambda Cabaret . . . Sorority parties-rush- Decision Day . . . Spring vacation . . . Publications Banquet . . . Plans for fall roommates and dor- mitory otlicers . . . MAY Home Ec. Banquet . . . Spring outing . . . Kappa,s busy week- Mother's Day Program, Banquet, Minstrel, Sing, and Formal . . . Music concert and banquet . . . Pan-Hellenic House Parties . . . Plays and Players, Banquet . . . IUNE Exams . . . Our year ends . . . Alumni Day . . . Baccalaureate and Coin- mencement . . . 86 Front Row: Norma Peary, Marie Miller, Lorraine Gilbert, Judy Hunter, Ruth Blood, Madeline Turner, Judy Pease, Betty Brewer, Dartha Smiley, Carla Fickett, Harriette Barton, Mary Fogg, Agnes Kent. Second Row: Miss Agnes Mantor, Eleanor Chadboume, Elaine Gould, Carol Grant, Sylvia Adams, Yvette Bourassa, Nancy Field, Joanne Withee, Elizabeth Rowe, Dorene McAllister, Dora Gormley, Clarice Quimby, Muriel Aldrich, Wilma Mottram, Miss Arlene Low. Third Row: George Bradstreet, Rosemary Martin, Lynn Angevine, Marilyn Young, Dolores Choate, Arlene Monroe, Patsy Berry, Joyce Dempsey, Kathleen Martin, Elizabeth Powers, Dorothy Folsom, Donn-a Warman, Carrie Hodges, Nancy Taylor, Nora McPherson, Katheryn Roberts, Betty Ochmanski, Nancy Lamb, Barbara Sheloske, Barbara Smybhe, Betty Brewer, Melba Mahoney, Marlene Susi. Fourth Row: Benjamin Howatt, Peter Williams, Merle Peacock, Marcia Tibbetts, Sandra Hinkley, Nedra Nash, Diana Cloutier, Ann Foshay, Anita Stewart, Georgette Hamel, Judy Topham, Glenda Gilman, Mary NVhite, Connie Noyes, Judy Jackson, Adele Buck, Margaret Heath, Allyn Ward, Kenneth Horr, Robert Harriman, Marshall Thombs. . E. A. M. Student Education Association of Maine . . . Busy, busy year . . . We sponsored many events . . . Career day, one hundred high school students . . . Playdays for Mallett School . . . Juniors and seniors travelled to Bangor A for State Teachers Convention . . . S. E. A. M. Banquet-speaker from Hong Kong . . . Something new . . . first meeting of New England Regional Con- ference of the Student National Association held in Peterborough, New Hampshire- our two representatives reported a successful conference- and the beginning of an annual event . . . OFFICERS President ...... Marshall Thombs Vice-Presiden-t . . Ann Foshay Secretary . . . . . Nancy Field Treasurer . . . . Arlene Monroe Adviser . Miss- Arlene Low 87 , Club , i'3Si,j't' -fit . a 5-ii'51"f5?:-lg 3 li rw ll .Y M if 1 Q T -1, ,s Front Row: Ann Bruce, Joyce Quinn, Marie Jackson, Lillian Parks, Anita Drisko, Jane Goodwin, Louise Getchell, Ellen Maxcy, Jeanette Belyea, Elaine Robbins, Ann Brown, Ann Robinson, Wilda Clark, Frances Minot, Enid Harris, June McCaslin. -Second Row: Jacqueline Cox, Gail Treffery, Marilyn Kowalzyk, Patricia Harvey, Mary Mason, Julie Kowalzyk, Patricia Leavitt, Betty Drake, Barbe-tta Davis, Mary Watson, Joan Young, Connie Baker, Peggy Carlisle, Connie Henry, Nancy Grady, Miss Martha WVasgatt, Miss Julia Ksionzyk. Third Row: Frances Kowalzyk, Sandra Rollins, Carolyn Tall, Evelyn Litrocapes, Sandra Clark, Frances Buck, Ann Fowler, Eleanor Lewis, Carol Blake, Joann-e Norton, Lucille Pettingill, Judy Branscomb, Sandra Wentworth, Barbara Hamilton, Janice Williams, Judith VVhittle, Barbara Gordon, Carol Bell, Mary Bailey, Jean Burr, Nora Tomer, Mary Harmon, Patricia Nickerson, Patricia Sawyer. Fourth Row: Betty Brewer, Betty Strout, Donna Merritt, Kathleen Buck, Judy Sey- mour, Sherrill Smiley, Dartha Smiley, Nancy Mawhinney, Gertrude Dickinson, Mary Hill, Leora McLaughlin, Andrea Dunton, Wilma Myers, Beverly Robinson, Linda Cyr, Carla King, Sue LeBlanc, Christine McGlaui'lin, Lena Erickson, Barbara Meredith, Sylvia Richards, Mabel Foster, Christine Merrill. Home Q Economics U. N. TEA J ,,, 'Patricia Leavitt, Mary Watson, ini - Q, J Mary Mason, Margaret Gammon 88 Horne ECOHO111iCS Cluh We strive to develop Home Economics to better human relationships on campus and throughout the world . . . WVorksl1ops - animals and toys for needy children . . . Food sales . . . Profitable . . . Affiliation with the American Home Economics Association . . . We were hostesses to the State Home Economics meeting . . . Our annual Home Economics Day, Work, but enjoyment in accomplishment . . . HOME ECONOMICS CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD Front Row: Patricia Leavitt, Mary Mascm, julie Kowalzyk, Betty Drake, Miss Martha Wasgatt, Miss julia Ksionzyk. Second Row: Cail Treflcry, Marilyn Kowalzyk, Patricia Harvey, Bar- betta Davis, joan Young, Evelyn Litrocapcs, Carolyn Tall, Mary Watson, Sandra Clark, Jacqueline Cox. I S Jig f,f WHO' WHS 5 YQ fff ' Carrie Estella Hodge If S Jig fff Q ,N Q Q among Sfualenfs in American Cofleges . . . I UM1UQVS1f1QS mam I 5 JS SJQ fJ Muriel Ann Winter d Guy Front Row: Jacqueline Cox, Ann Robinson, Dorothy Nottage, Dean Ruth Williams, Sandra Clark, Ellen Dunn, Gail Treffery. Second Row: Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Miss Ruby Blaine, Wilda Clark, Mrs. Leatrice Orr, Judy Thompson, Joanne Witliee. Pan-Hellenic Counci We consist of sorority presidents, sorority advisers, the Dean of Women, and two representatives from each sorority . . . Pan-Hellenic Formal a success . . . Cooperation among sororities our aim . . . Rush party for new campus women . . . Pledging . . . Friendship and harmony . . . We work and grow together . . . EJ! ' a 92 Front Row: Wilma Mottram, Frances Minot, Nancy Field, Kathleen Martin, Joyce Dempsey, Katheryn Roberts, Ellen Maxcy. Second Row: Dolores Choate, Nora Tomer, Ann Robinson, Mrs. Leatrice Orr, XrVilda Clark, Neclra Nash, joan Young, Carrie Hodges, Sandra Clark, Georgette Hamel. Third Row: Patsy Berry, Mary VVatson, Diana Cloutier, Emily Wells, Sally Bell, jeannette Belyea, Shirley Thompson, Sandra Rollins, jane Goodwin, Ruth Blood, Barbara Ranger, Marie Miller, Beverly Savage, Enid Harris, Yvette Bourussa, Margaret Super, Marilyn Young, Sonja Voter, Connie Baker. Phi Mu Sigma Growth in friendliness, leadership, cooperation, and service . . . We have many memories . . . Entertaining Pan-Hellenic Council . . . Repairing and wrapping Christmas gifts for the less fortunate . . . Our annual Silver Tea to raise money for the Hyde Home for Crippled Children . . . Our Scotch Fair- " A Musical Trip Across the U. S. Af' . . . Work, but much pleasure . . . Happy and successful, we met at Clearwater Pond for House- party weekend . . . OFFICERS Front Row: Secretary . . Carrie Hodges President . . . . . . Wilda Clark Adviser .... . Mrs. Leatrice Orr Vice-President . . . Nedra Nash Treasurer . . . . Ioan Young Back Row: Pan-Hellenic Rep. . . An-n Robinson Mortician . . . . Nora Tomer ,- f Pledge Master . . Sandra Clark L32 .E augxqg Aqng ssgw ' ' xaspxpv .IQIUIAN I9!.II1lNI ' ' ' ' ' ' IQIHSUSIL xog aplonf """" luappssud AIQHQIL HBO ' 9AQE1'I1GSBldC-JH opuanag-und A 2. 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Second Row: Lynn Angevine, Judy Tophain, Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Sue Abbott, Ellen Dunn., Nancy Lamb, Anita Stewart, Mary Tejedor, Mary Harmon. Third Row: jane Nelson, Frances Kowalzyk, jean Burr, Ellen Hutchins, Beverly Robinson, Ann LeClair, Marlene Lai-lointe, Helene Loomis, Evelyn Litrocapes, Marcia Tibbetts, Connie Henry, Dorothy Nottage, Sally NVeller, Onalec Grindle, Norma Peary, Barbetta Davis, Christine Turner, Nancy Grady. t Lambda Epsilon Lambda Epsilon . . . Friendliness . . . Sincerity . . . Leadership . . . Informal initiation . . . Formal initiation . . . Sadie Hawkins Dance . . . We have been busy . . . Thanksgiving baskets . . . Home for the aged, Christmas baskets and caroling . . . Spring . . . Lambda Cabaret . . . Rushing . . . Election of our new oliicers . . . Spring houseparty . . . Pleasure and pride - we will remember our year . . . OFFICERS Ellen Dunn . . . Mrs. Gladys Taylor Mary Tejedor Sally Weller Sue Abbott . Anita Stewart 95 y i-tnuen, ringer urnnue, Dean uryer, iruumu n..eiuuwitz, John uaiueis. DCCOHCI how: Merle "rm" "' Peacock, Dwight Ellis, Robert England, Peter Hurlburt, Robert Desjardins, john Ballantyne, Kenneth Rollins, james Costigan, Robert Hersom, Spencer Hardy, Theodore Wallace, Neil Lemieux. Third Row: Daniel Robinson, Barry Wheaton, Robert Fish, George Bradstreet, joseph Watson, Bradford Buker, XVillard Lewis, Fredrick Partridge, james Keenan, Ivan Violette, Carl Anderson. Fourth Plow: Richard Plante, Robert Perkins, jack Bare, jerry Bragdon, Herman Drugge, Charles Baker, Gard Plummer, Eldred Rolfe, Dennis McLaughlin, Eugene Morrison. Kappa Delta Phi Summer over after informal gatherings . . . We returned and found some repairs and improvements . . . Mom and Pop Stewart . . . Freshmen met and welcomed . . . Orientation sing with Mr. Roberts leading in one key or another . . . " Hi-Phi's M - Carl, Nate, Ben, Pete, and Roger play at dances . . . Parties . . . Unplowed driveway . . . Dancing on our " not too level " floor . . . Fires and fire Watch . . . Empty oil drum, trouble maker We do study . . . Initiation -painted walls and puttied windows . . . Mono- tones sing . . . Caroling and serenades . . . Our Minstrel - fun, excitement, laughs . . . Many things to remember . . . Our annual banquet ends our busy year led by Richard Mullen . . . Dance with a name band at Kappa For- mal . . . We'll remember our brotherhood, but most of all we'll remember that Kappa Delta Phi is an educational fraternity . . . We have come for an education as well as for a fraternity . . . Seated: Secretary . President . Vice-President Standing: Sergeant-at-An Chaplain . Historian . Corresponding Treasurer . OFFICERS TIS . Secretary 96 ..- Roger Crindle Richard Mullen Robert Cloutier . Peter W'il.liarns Leland Foster George Bradstreet . . Dean Bryer Raymond Marks President Secretary Treasurer Correspon Adviser . ...... Mr. Clyde Iones Front Row: Clifton Cage, Marshall Thomhs, Ralph Bushey, Richard Braley, Robert Harriman, Mr. Clyde jones, William York, Theodomier Roy. Seond Row: Kenneth Riddell, Brian Somers, Robert Boynton, john Boynton, Robert Brown, Norris Ingersoll, Robert Smith, Spencer Trask, Kenneth Horr. Third Row: Allyn Ward, Robert Hamor, Louis Morin, Bruce Mclnitosh, Niles Davis, john Tribou, Robert Cloutier, Charles Plummer, Peter jannace. Beta Gamma Our first year as a campus organization . . . President Harriman led us . . . We are thirty-four and hope to increase . . . We are striving for national affiliation . . . Supper in October . . . Plan and Work resulted in the successful Valentine Formal . . . We belong to inter-fraternity council to work with the other campus fraternity . . . Linda Cyr voted by members as Valentine Queen of Hearts . . . OFFICERS . . . . . . Robert Harriman . . . . . . . Richard Braley . . . . . . Ralph Bushey ding Secretary . . William York 97 MUSIC COUNCIL Front Row: Sandra Clark, Wilma Mottram, Ioan Young, Ann Robinson, Connie Baker, Harriette Barton, Iudy jackson. Second Row: Sylvia Richards, Connie Taylor, Elaine Gould, Melba Mahoney, Nora Tomer, Barbara Ranger, Ann Brewer. Third Row: Peter Williams, Michael Molloy, Hemian Drugge, David Gaul, Willard Hillier, Margaret Dyer, Josephine Haney, Miss Ruby Blaine. Music Or anizations UPPERCLASS GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Front Row: Miss Ruby Blaine, Mary Watson, Margaret Soper, Frances Minot, WVilma Mottram, Sally Adams, Kay Roberts, Ethelyn Littlefield. Second Row: NVilda Clark, Elaine Could, Connie Noyes, Melba Mahoney, Betty Ochmanski, joy Chicoine. 'Third Row: Connie Baker, Mary Harmon, Dolores Choate, Ellen Maxcy, Elizabeth Stevens. Fourth Row: Marilyn Young, Elaine LaiPointe, Enid Harris, Mary White. Fifth Row: Sandra Clark, Carrie Hodges. Sixth Row: Ann LeClz1ir, Connie Taylor, Donna Warman, Lynn' Angevine, Madeline Turner. Seventh Row: Sue Abbott, Arlene Monroe, Ann Bruce, Shirley Thompson. Eighth Row: Ann Robinson, Ma-bel Foster. Ninth Row: Anita Drisko, Helene Loomis, Judi Gorman, Marilyn Brown, Glenda Lou Rowell. Tenth Row: joan Young, Sylvia Richards, Carolyn Tall. 'wi v- rua - N v R. , . 1? ? u 'c' , ri J ' J 72 N I , ,. iig 4 Nw T L. K 1 Y W A i . 2 1 - I 'uP.t 1' ' ' ' OCTAVOS Front Row: Margaret Soper at piano. Second Row: Miss Ruby Blaine, Ioy Chicoine, Rosalie Gardner, Elaine Gould, Robert Harriman, Robert Cloutier, joseph VVatson, NVayne Leach, Margaret Dyer, Sylvia Adams, Melba Mahoney. Music Or anizations FRESHMAN GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Front Row: Miss Ruby Blaine, Cynthia Gould, Eva Hoyt, Mary Kilponen, Lena Erickson-, Lynda Goodwin. Second Row: Agnes Kent, Nancy Mawhinney, Iudy Jackson, Sandra Gardner. Third Row: Sandra Greer, Carol Bell, Grace Bradford, Eleanor Lewis, Dorothy Landry. Fourth Row: Ann Fowler, Frances Buck, Barbara Meredith, Josephine Haney, Barbara Sheloske. Fifth Row: jane Larrabcc, Harriette Barton, Elizabeth Powers, Sandra NVinslow. Sixth Row: Elizabeth Goulette, Sandra Wentworth, Mary Fogg, Olive Ducharrne. we-f i 2 Vw X C7 1' I , ix, M nj, :D Q e 59' ,vs 'if J .A Q , - ,' , ti v , 1""TYx ' K N . ' ' 'i ,, fu? v, ' A - G A U f N' ' W, ,N .I A N.. My me 5 Q7 J ,rua K . X l CHOIR Front Row: WVilma Mottram, Mary VVatson, Betty Strout, Sandra Cardner, Ted Wallace, Harry Hanson, Leslie Getchell, Richard Plante, Miss Ruby Blaine, Sylvia Adams, Frances Minot, Connie Noyes, Helene Loomis, Second Row: Ann LeClair, joy Chicoine, Elizabeth Stevens, Sandra Wentworth, Sandra Vlfinslow, Melba Mahoney, Sue Abbott, Margaret Dyer. Third Row: Elaine Could, Cynthia Could, Mary White, john Rusha, William jones, john Daniels, Robert Harriman, Priscilla Purinton, Judi Corman. Fourth Row: Harold Gamage, Ivan Violette. Music Or anizations TENBARTONES Front Row: joy Chicoine at piano. Second Row: Miss Ruby Blaine, David Gaul, George Bradstreet, Richard Mullen, Herman Drugge, Michael Molloy, Wayne Leach, Robert Harriman. 'QI -5: 5 E If l .fy ' ' .SY is I' 294' ,I 3 :sg , gh t 5 " 12- 9- 'I 4 ORCHESTRA Front Row: Nora Tomer, Mary Kilponen, Barbara Ranger, Lena Erickson. Second Row: Miss Evelyn Benjamin, Ann Brewer, XVilda Clark, Sandra VVcntWorth, julie Kowalzyk, Miss Ruby Blaine. Music 01' anizations We have seven music groups . . . Under the direction of Miss Ruby Blaine . . . We perform throughout the year . . . Our band helped boost our school spirit at the basketball games . . . Our music groups were responsible for the Christmas Vesper Service . . . We ended the year with our annual concert . . . HI-PHYS Nathan Hall, Roger Grinclle, Carl Anderson, Benjamin Howatt, Peter Wfilliams. Q 4: fi- Q ,,, . 3 1 S 1 4 r s e In I f 1 X 5 N..-fe.. s i - 3 4' wwf wr' ' UW R . QWF4' AVE -W9 Q i EA it 4 w5,f"S,,q6f' X 9 iv , X ' if .4.-"f V ,- - L - .Q JI Hia Qi fi' . - ' fm---,U .- . 3 . 4 . ' -V' .g- - ' Front Row: Frederick Clark, Lloyd Davidson, Robert Boynton, Ronald Leibowitz, Dwight Ellis, Robert England, NVarren Dean. Second Row: Mr. Lawrence Stofan, Robert Hersom, Richard jordan, Robert Greenleaf, Clifton Cage, Bryce Meldrum, john Seymour, jay Bragdon. Baseball The 1958 season . . . Not successful as far as the record shows BUT Victory over Gorham State Teachers College highlighted the season . . . Red Dean's pitching was supported by superior Helding and a barrage of hits . . . Victory over the Hilltoppers was the final game for the following seniors . . . Lloyd Davidson, Ted Clark, and Bryce Meldrum . . . This current season Coach Larry Stofan can look forward to a brighter record . . . A strong nucleus of veterans will return along with a promising freshman group . . . 2 games with Plymouth S. T. C 2 games with Gorham S. T. C. 1 game with Husson 1 game with Boston S. T. C. 102 BASEBALL - 1958 - NVON 1 - LOST 1 game with Gorham S. T. C. trained outl o R Nottage T J. Campbell, . Brcau, E. Dunn. Sec. Row: A. Stewart, NJ Lamb M, MQKZ1 C, Gillis, 2. O. Crindle, C. Napolitano, C. Mer- 3. G. Treifery, Benson, C. Tall, I . , y, ' rill, N. Grady, Nelson C, Men-111 NV. Angevine 'L '. ' r' 4 I. Memories of Lambda Initiation '56 2. Lambda '59 3. Omega Initiation i 5.1.3 4. Omega Minstrel 5. Omega Minstrel 5 A Winter XV. Myers D. Merritt, Omega Sorority Show L Cyr C Grant 6 Omega House Parties 'W J 1 7. Sigma Initiation Pr-ii 8. Sigma Initiation 9. Sigma Formal Initiation . Sigma Show . CHQ ' 7 I Belyea, E. Maxcy, LP. Berry, P. Soper, E. Wells, M. Young, K. Roberts, B. Ranger 1 if , -. r ' A ,i ti " 1 ' Q lv , x,N 5rfiia. E It L 1 sf I H X E if " 5 1 W 'HQ '1 Xi, 1 .gi if ix 1, A -il' .ff :Gr er W I . new . .5 ', y , ffff x ,Cs X . f A i ' l , ' I 59" ' .- 7 ? q 5 . Y, . ...,.,' g, at I gg Ll X M '- ' 163 F' ' A IU. Y. Bourassa, M. WVatson, C. Hodges 8. Sorority Initiation 9. Formal Initiation B, Ranger I-E' , 2- M- Kowalzyk 3. C. Hodges, A. Foshay .fir --T Q74 X fs '1' swim.. -. Spring fever It's spring, spring, spring! Some studying! Dining room clean up No food tonight! Me and my lambkin-s Our banquet Who is it? April Fool Girls will be girls! 104 , .HQ Z-.- L 1 G. C. Tall, J. Goodwin, Mrs. Small L VH .. iz, " '! xg' Jew- -.1 . qw' l 1 .. i - I-Hunter NYY 5. Mrs. Small E, F. Kowalzyk, E. Maxcy , 7. M. White, E. Robbins, D. F7 0 9. B. Bubar, S. Smith 10, Choate 1 37- 1- - -A Could I interest you in an advertisement for EFFESTECO? 105 K S H FOSTER, INC. J ?udda4 WILTDN, MAINE Sargent's Restaurant MarbIe's Model Cleaners S9l'Vil'lg F. S. T. C. . . Agents in Every Dormitory Farmlngton's Favorlte DIAL WILTON 5-8553 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK FARMINGTON Member of Federal Reserve System 106 Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I f.. if A, - N mgii RKHM2 BPH V, V " :QA L Q li! 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OIL , , , FURNITURE COMPANY Batterles, Tlres, and Accessorles Complete Home Furnishings also . . Bus Station Inlalcl Lmoleums Bigelow Sanford Carpets PHONE 4831 , FARMINGTON DIAL 2045 FARMINGTON HOWARD'S REXALL STORE Fountain ancl Luncheon Service SCHOOL SUPPLIES COSMETICS ,I DRUGS Farmington 111 BASS OUTDOOR FOOTWEAR Mode in Maine Since 1876 G. H. BASS 8. CO. Wilton THE PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND F. D. I. C. Farmington Franklin County Savings Bank The Olcl County Bank Established 1868 Farmington pf Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Gifts For All Occasions "' FARMNGTON THE RED STORE, INC. Broadway and Main - Formingto 112 Farmington FRANKLIN COUNTY'S LARGEST DEPT. STORE - 'HES' --if.-ff AEW' ' MJAW ls? SHOP WHERE VALUES OUTWEIGH DOLLARS 113 Uhr Flirauhliu EIUIIYIIEII FARMINGTON Your County Newspaper With AII The News and Local Advertising BU RGESS Shoe Store Wilton, Maine LOCAL OUTLET FOR B A S S Outdoor Footwear 9 STEWART'S LUNCH Where Your Friends Eat k if k Complete Service High Street Farmington Mphm my R. H. RENY, INC. 71aJzcQf5 7 THE PRESCRIPTION STORE FARMINGTON Department Store Farmington Compliments of MICKEY MAGUIRE'S VARIETY STORE ancl Portland Press Herald News Bureau FOR QUALITY, COURTESY, AND DEPENDABILITY lT'S FARMINGTON LAUNDRY 8. DRY CLEANERS E. K. DAY CO., INC. Ladies' Apparel - Dry Goods I4-I6 BROADWAY, FARMINGTON Franklin County's Leading Department Store Stowell's Restaurant HATTIE SPRAGUE, Prop. Home Cooked Food Fried Clams and Scallops Also Sea Food Plate Regular Meals '4 The Store With Friendly Service LUNCHEONETTE FOUNTAIN CONFECTIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES RECORDS 8. ALBUMS Broadway - - Farmington BEST WISHES FOSTER-WHIPPlE'S Farmington Complete Outfitters for Men and Boys Qlfi WISIS, Q50 Q9 g S 4 4 Riverside Greenhouse Farntinglon Jlalz One of Maine's BETTER Restaurants Farmington Wvarznna SPORTING GOODS. WORK - SPORT CLOTHES Radio - Television Sales 8. Service DU PONT PAINTS FOR EVERY PURPOSE Phone 4546 20 Broadway Farmington WESTERN AUTO AMY D95 R0Cl1e'S " THE FAMILY sToRE " Barber Sl10p Transistor Portables over the Red Store Hi-Fidelity and Stereo Sound Farmington RAY MAGNO 3: SON Hidden Acres Dairy Building Wrecking .and Tree Work DGIYY Bar Trucking We Make Our Own Ice Cream FARMINGTON Strong Road, Farmington Phone 2745 Phone 2115 or 2063 HEATED APARTMENTS Conveniently Located Adioining Campus Serving College Faculty, Personnel, and Student Couples College Apartments Brick-Inn Apartments 44-46 Hl-GH ST. 30 l'llGH ST. Pratt House Willows Apartments 91 MAIN ST. 10 MAIN ST. B. A. 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