University of Maine Machias - Washingtonia Yearbook (Machias, ME)

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Whitey Reprinted by permission Q l963 The New Yorker Magazine, lnc. 7. DEDICATION 1 .11-cu 14.4 :JJ I -A -I. q N -on bn. in A x rx,- DEDICATICN WE SALUTE MACHIAS: A small town, serv- ing the needs of a small college --whose history dates back to the Ameri- can Revolution, iwho-se scenery makes a beautiful setting for the college and its people, 1-whose fine school system offers practical experience for us future teachers, ---whose churches provide for the spiritual needs o-f the college students and faculty, -whose business and pro-fessional people serve the needs of the college community, lwhose recreational facilities furnish us with a constructive way to spend our leisure time, --whose people are always ready to assist the college as an institutio-n and its stu- dents individually with the congeniality strengthened by our fifty-five-year asso- ciation, on this, the two hundreth anniversary of the town's founding, we gratefully dedicate this i964 WASHINGTONIA to the TGWN OF MACHIAS. 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Page Contents -----Faculty and Academic ...---Organizations -----Student Life -...-Album Section f 11 R. ., 5, , Ml va .1 ,N V ,SU P L ,y X Ali? ' ,tis - kv 4 4. H- S X . , mm N Q I X. K KW? - sf X it 14 N ADMINISTRATION .,-,T-, LiNCOLN A. SENNETT President of the College H9255 AB., University of Maine lVl.A., Columbia University 15 i VADMINISTRATIQN ngvaxpfvg 4-Y -Q .-1 nv CHARLES E. HILT De-an of Instruction fl95ll M.Ed., University of Maine University of Maine Dear Students: One of my greatest concerns is the general welfare o-f the students at Washington State Teachers College. One of my duties as Dean of lnstruction is to see that a pro-gram of studies commensurate with approved teacher education is provided on our campus. ln conjunction with this program the college must assume the responsibility of guiding students so that their own programs of study vvill follow a pattern acceptable to the individual as well as meeting the requirements set up by the state. This is a responsibility that all of the faculty share gladly for it is one of the major functions of a teacher. My greatest wish for all of the students at the college would be that a varied program of studies such as offered at Washingtoin State Teachers College would awaken in them many interests so that after they have left the campus they would continue to be inquiring and mentally alert. Most sincerely, CZTZQWQMCQJXLQA 16 " Assistant Professor of Educatiofi Mathematics B.S., Corham State Teachers College Advanced Craduate Study, Boston University RITA F. TORREY Associate Professor of Education Director of Student Teaching Ci 9132? B.S., University of Maine M.A., University ot Maine Post Master's,, University ot Maine Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine EDUCATION S VIVIAN H. ARCHIBALD Assistant Professor of Education C19-425 B.S., University of Maine- M.Ed., University of Maine Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine X , ,. S 17 HUMANITIES ANNAj CHYNOWETH Assistant Professor ot Art 119375 A.B Ohio Wesleyan University Ed lVl University of New Hampshire Post Master s. University of Maine Advanced Graduate- Study University of Maine l 'l 2 5 Q , . Qi l 41 i . I, ' ' -, 3 , . . . . . , v ' 1 1 F 2 i ELLIS C. SWADLEY Associate Professor of Music-Education Cl 9583 B.S., Ball State Teachers College- lVl.A., Ball State Teachers College Ed.lVl., University of Illinois Advanced Graduate Study, University of lllino-is, University of Maine 18 5 RELIEF A. NICHOLS Instructor of English H9559 B.S., University of Maine M.E.d., University of Maine Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine HUMANITIES AC-NES T, BECKWITH Associate Professor of English H9623 A.B., Mount Holyoke College Ed.M., Harvard University Advanced Graduate Study: Syracuse University George Washingtoni University Bonar E. Law College, Ashridge, England HUMANITIES , ,,,-,...-f-.-7 i EDWARD A. DALEY Librarian ll952l B.S., Farmington State Teachers College S so lVl.Ed., University of Maine WALTER 1, ENO Advanced Graduate Study: Instructor of English U96-4? U"'lVe"5l'fY Of Maine A.B., Bo-ston University New York State College, Albany A.lVl.T., Harvard 20 SCIENCE AND MATH .....-. BURTON R. NORTON CHARLES E. BODMAN, jR. Instructor of Science, c'I952J Instructo-r of Science H9645 . . . B.A., Baylor University B.S., University of Maine A . y . M.S., University of Maine Ed'M" Boston Umverslty Advanced Graduate Study: University of Massachusetts 21 SOCIAL SCIENCES LAURICE E. LEWIS Assistant Professor ot Social Science-Mathe- matics H9465 B.S., University of Maine ,University of Maine Post Master's, University of Maine Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine FREDERIC A. REYNOLDS Instructor of Physical Education-Social Science 419545 B.S., University of Maine Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine BUSINESS EDUCATION DOSRCVHY E- LORD 1oHN F. GARDEPHE i Director' of Business Education H9605 Associate Professor of Business Education B.S., Boston University 41962, MA, COt'Umb'a Un'Ve'fS'fY , , , Bs., New York stares coinage, Albany Advanced Graduate Study, University of Maine M S New York State College, Albany 1 i r v 9 Doctoral rogram, Columbia University I 23 CAMPUS SCHOOL VIRGINIA S. CHENEY Principal ot Campus School , Supervising Te-ache-r ot Grades 5-6 Cl96ll B.S., Washington S-tate Te-ache-rs College Graduate Study, Unive-rsity of Maine A CAMPUS SCHOOL LETTER The .Wasihinglton State Teachers College Campus. School is designed to- meet the needs ot both community and college by educating elementary school children in the immediate area and by providing prospective teachers opportunities to observe- classroom instruction and to participate in the student teaching pro- gram. n Irma Qhene ADELAIDE M. ROGERS Supe-rvising Teacher of Grades 6-7 Cl 933l B.S., Gorham State Teachers College- Graduate Study, Boston University CAMPUS SCHOOL..i1..1..... ,l l i .i MURIEL C. WATTS Supervising Teacher ot Crades l-2 Cl96Ol LOUISE D. WATTS B.S., Washington State Teachers Co-llege 5UPeVVl5l"18 Teeehel' Of Grades 3'4 H9557 M.Ed. University ot Maine B.S., Washington State Teachers College Craduate Study, University of Maine Craduate Study, University of Maine C-ENEVA M. FROST Supervising Teacher of Crade 8 H9597 l3.S., Washington State Teachers College M.Ed., University of Maine i Advanced Craduate Study: l University ot Maine Simmons C'ollege f 25 5 r - P , r , ' I 3 OFFICE PERSONNEL 4 Qlr PV 131 r 3 r li H ir il Y lr r EV I SE l fl J r RUTH P. BULSON Clerk-Stenographer 3 r v 1 9 1 V , - r l r r 26 ii sr lr LINNIE C. CATES Bursar and Secretary to the President ACADEMIC UPPER: Carol makes additions to the card catalog. CENTER: june Dinsmore returns from searching for the right book. LOWER: Morning in the library. I 27 UPPER: Heading tor first period class. CENTER: A classroom situation isn't always serious. LOWER: Students relax between classes. ACADEMIC UPPER: Carroll plans for next year. CENTER: Pauline sizes up the stock ' rsituation. LOWER: A thoughtful group. 1 29 ACADEMIC 30 UPPER: Pat does her research. CENTER: Serious faces in Cultural Development class. LOWER: A book fair in the Campus School. ACADEMIC UPPER: Students return to the dor- mitory. CENTER: Students discuss politics with Candidate Silsby. LOWER: A prelim tomorrow. 1 31 ,- n l 0 ' Fi 5 - uv , I 1 1 I . I , X , 1-,JJ l. 1, ,,.,n'.5:-X Y X... N - -f--V. ' v v tn... ', S A ---1 A f v , " A.- 'S ' ' 4. K. ' .'. " " 7 , -s-A .Y 1 .' f"ff x -. - xx'-2 1 I V ,-TEQC -1.5 X! 'T A ., '11 1 J..-ww, . N, '- 'ri -qv L if .p 5 -4 A K Q 5, .an -.-. ..-a-.- . 1... :,- Q X K, E? N Xx, -M X21 'L ws, x Q X--1. : V X , R xxx.- .,-ni r .Kg A . rn-anim ?""-41"x 22' 5 if 'ESS A Lfii 5' 4 Q ,Q bo I 1 .' by SS? -A2 'L - sg fl'- ,..n 4 34 .f Q-V-V -Air ,.. 3 s 'K W CAM PUS RECREATION ASSOCIATION Seafedi H. Pelletier, M. Angley, V. Partridge, W. Bagley, j. Coakley, N. Dolliver. Row 2: E. Greer, S. Vandez, P. Armstrong, R. Duffey, L. Merrow, C. Fletcher, j. Celico, G. Barrett, L. Valiante. This organization, composed of two men and two women from each class, is responsible for the improvement of the so-cial life of the campus. They sponsor the Christmas and Homecoming Balls, the school picnic, beano nights, movies, and other appropriate social activities. jo-Anne hopesherlnumber will be called. PRESIDENT: William Bagley VICE PRES.: joseph Coakley SECRETARY: Mary Ellen Angley TREASURER: Vinton Partridge OTHER MEMBERS: C-ary Barrett Peggy Byrd john Cassidy joe Celico Nancy Dolliver Robert Duffey Carroll Fletcher Elaine Creer Lynda Merrow Harriet Pelletier Lucy Valiante ADVISOR: Mr. Norton 35 HUMANITIES COLLOQUIUM Seated: Mr. Swadley, M. Cummings, K. Emery, Cv. Lessard. Row 2: T. Serio, V. Clement, S. Richards, P. Ingersoll, T. Helson, F. Simpson. Row 3: L. Valiante, D. Bansmer, N. Dolliver, M. Moffett, P. Mitchell, D. Wiggin, B. Cotton. Row 4: R. Maddocks, l. Fraser, O. Cliffo-rd, D. Michaud, A. McEntee, 1. Kelley, C. Hall. The Humanities Colloquium is the major organization at Washington State Teachers College to promote cultural and educational development on campus. lt is by this group of students that cultural interests are stimulated. The organization's principal contribution to the co-llege is the presentation of the annual Arts Festival, featuring musical, dramatic, literary, and art events CHAIRMAN: Katherine Emery VlC'E CHAIRMAN: George Lessard RECORDER: Marilyn Cummings . ADVISOR: Professor Ellis C. Swadley OTHER MEMBERS: Dorothy Bansmer Virginia Cleme-nt R Gerald Clifford A21l?I,?Li Rflflggfllfgeks David Michaud james Kelley Barbara Co-rmier Beverly Cotton C'arroll Fletcher EfEl2Zl'lFdFlieMlVlqSlflfZllt , Qaylorl Hall Sheila Richards ... ristina Helson Theresa Seyrio William Holmes Fa e Sim h Richard Hughen WV Vffon Priscilla Ingersoll ayne alls Daryl Wiggin 36 HuMANmEs COLLOQUIUM UPPER: Bernie, jerry, and Carroll watch for forthcoming events. LOWER: Bernie and jane view the University exhibit of Maine artist. I 37 ,INT-ER FRATERNITY couNcu. Row Serio, 1. Carlow, W. Bagley, R. Chaplin, l. Coakley, F. Simpson. Ro-w 2: Mr. Hilt, E. Walsh, M. McPhee, G. Lessard, C. Gooch, 1. Wright, R. Morse, C. Kerrigan, N. Dolliver, K. Choate. l " The Inter Fraternity Council was organized this ye-ar to promote and develop a more meaningful social structure at Washington State Teachers College. The C'ouncil's major event was the Winter Carnival. T Kathleen Choate joseph Coakley Nancy Dolliver Charles C-ooch Charles Kerrigan Ceorge Lessard Mary jane McPhee Robert Morse Theresa Serio Faye Simpson Elaine Walsh james Wright 38 ' ' F aaaa F ' PRESIDENT: Robert Chaplin , SECRETARY: jane Carlow TREASURER: William Bagley OTHER MEMBERS: UPPER RIGHT: P.T.P.'s skit-"The Little Men." CEHLIERI Students enjoy the bon-fire behind Sennett LOWER RlGHT: Winter Carnival royalty, Queen Carol Brown and King Donald Foster. LEFT3 lazz Concert artists entertain the students. INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL,,.,, 39 STUDENT COUNCIL Pgaw 1: D. Fayle, E. waish, M. McPhee, A. Mcmee. Row 2: R. Widdows, l. Wright, C. Small. The Student Council consists of two members elected from each class and provides a liaiso-n between the student body and the administration. These people are responsible fo-r allotting the money from the student activity fund to the various campus organizations. They annually send delegates to the Eastern States Convention in New York. Perhaps their most po-pular activity with the student body is the- se ing of refreshments each morning in the student lounge. . l l PRESIDENT: Robert Cray A VICE-PRESIDENT: Elaine Walsh SECRETARY: Mary McPhee . TREASURER: Arthur McEntee OTHER MEMBERS: Donna Fayle C-ary Small Robert Widdo-ws james Wright ADVISOR: Mr. Hilt E eeee cams Coffee break in the lounge. 40 PHI BETA LAMBDA Row I: W. I-larriman, D. Dearborn, F. Simpson, I. Rochford. Row 2: C. Thibeau, D. Bansmer, C. Martel, E. Annas, P. Wasiuk, P. DeMello, L. Crane. S. Bansmer, E. Flint, Mrs. Lord, Mr. C-ardephe, S. Damon, P. Hukki, W. Ingalls, C. Clifford, A. McEntee, C. Ingalls, I. Violette. Phi Beta Lambda is the professional business organization on campus for those students majoring in business education. It is an affiliate of the Future Business Leaders of America and serves to inform the members of latest trends in business and business education. They sponsor several dances each year, publish the annual student directory at Christmas, and observe office practices. PRESIDENT: Faye Simpson VICE PRES.: Wayne Harriman SECRETARY: Dorothy Dearborn TREASURER: james Rochford NEWS EDITOR: Claire Thibeau PROGRAM CI-IAIRMAN: Arthur McEntee ADVISOR: Mrs. Dorothy Lord FUTURE President-elect Faye accepts con- gratulations from jerry. STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Seated: C-. Barrett, N.-Dolliver, B. Cormier, W. Holden, L. Lewis. Row 2: R. McLeod, M. Moffett, L. Valiante, M. Wyman, G. Wood, C. Fletcher. The Philip H. Kimball Chapter of the Student Education Association located here at Washington State provides the students with professional affiliation in their chosen profes-sion. The S-tudent Education Association sponsors an annual visitatio-n day for the students of high schools in the area, visits to the campus. by leading educators, and the sending of delegates to conferences at Peterbo-ro, N. H., Boston, and Augusta. The organizatio-n also presents the watch award tothe graduating senior who has contributed the most to the benefit of the school during his or her four years at Washington State. PRESIDENT: Barbara Cormier VICE PRES.: Nancy Dolliver SEC'RETARY: Faye Simpson TREASURER: Cary Barrett LIBRARIAN: Linda Lewis PUBLICITY: Wayne Holden CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Carroll Fletcher Lucille Valiante Marjorie Moffett Lana Pineo Roland Crooker Marilyn Wyman Robert McLeod C-ail Wood ADVISORS: Miss Torrey Miss Chynoweth 42 . . . , ,, , . , , , , .'.gLf J.. , J-.,,,.-.V 1 4, . -1, .-.g.-.f. :p.:..4,..,g..:.,..,ggs ,5 ,Ja .1,,,,,..3:,r1:'1'.1", :.fg.,'.:g.- -1:..1.1...i..n.rf.L-,.g...g.,1..'.p.g..5i.,z1f., E.:-.'.:..:-.,.,.,,.-,Vg ,..-1,:.zy.g,j.,. . :,I- , ,. , p . , 1. V ,, ,, . - - UPPER RIGHT: Bernie acts as guide for open house. CENTER: The high school students await the afternoon speakers on a fateful November 22nd. LOWER RIC-HT: Seniors were guests of the alumni at Homecoming. LEFT: President Cormier chats with Mrs. Brooksby and Mr. Bagley be- fore assembly. STU DENT EDUCATICN ASSOCIATION x V Y YY YV TV V Y Y 'TTT 1 43 WASH I NGTON IA Rovv I: F. Simpson, T. Serio, M. Moffett, R. Maddocks. Row 2: G. Lessard, Miss Chynoweth, R. Chaplin. The main objective of the WASHlNGTO'NlA staff is to provide the student body with a visual presentation of the activities of the academic year. As the wind scatters the students of the college to all parts of the world, the only means of reliving college days is glancing through the pages of a WASHINGTO-NIA, Realizing this, the journalism students, board members, and other students contributed their best to this comprehensive and attractive record. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: The-resa Serio ASSISTANT EDITOR: Marjorie Moffett BUSINESS MANAGER: Robert Chaplin FORMAT EDITOR: George Lessard PHOTOGRAPHY: Robert Maddocks COPY EDITOR: Faye Simpson ADVISOR: Miss Anna Chynoweth june Chaplin works on art for the WASHINGTONIA. 44 NEWMAN CLUB Seated: j. Plourde, P. Dolbec, H. Pelletier, C. Dalton, P. Wasiuk, P. DeMello. Row 2: S. Cameron, C. Brown, L. Valiante, E. Morang, j. Coakley, S. Taylor, j. jolicoeur, j. Violette, Mr. Gardephe. Row 3: M. Angley, P. Hukki, G. Lessard, V. Parker, j. Celico, j. Douglas, G. Cough, j. Roch- ford, B. Beaulieu. The Newman Club was organized for the purpose of bringing spiritual, social, and individual guidance to students of the Catholic faith. Through the valuable services rendered by this organization, the lives of its members are enriched and strengthened with purposeful meaning. The activities spon- sored by this organization include the Day of Recollection, corporate com- munions, communion breakfasts, Christmas and Easter pro-grams, service at parish functions, and teaching of Christian doctrine. OTHER MEMBERS: Michael Ashmore Carol Brown joseph Celico joseph Coakley Gregory Cough Pauline Dolbec Velma Hebert Peter Hukki jeannette jolicoeur jeannette Lepage Harriet Pelletier jane Plourde Robert Quirion Shirley Taylor Lucille Valiante jeanne Violette Pauline Wasiuk PRESIDENT: George Lessard VICE PRESIDENT: john Douglass SECRETARY: Dianne Thibeau TREASURER: james Rochford RELIGIOUS ADVISGR: Rev. Louis j. Fortier FACULTY ADVISOR: Mr. john F. Gardephe STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT S The Student Christian Movement at Washingto-n State is an all inclusive nondenominational group of students, sponsoring activities for the moral and spiritual benefit of the school and the student body. This year the Student Christian Movement has sponsored films and discussions and has bought books and records for the library in addition to their yearly activities. These annual events include theorient'ation of incoming freshmen, the sponso-ring of the Christmas banquet, and the sending o-f delegates to the New England Conference of the Stude-nt Christian Movement at Andover, Massachusetts. Arthur McEntee A Elliot Noyes james Willis 46 STUDENT CHRISTIAN MOVEMENT Seated: R. Maddocks F Dudley G Clifford Row 2: I. Willis, A McEntee E Noyes PRESIDENT: Gerald Clifford VICE PRESIDENT: Robert Maddocks SECRETARY-TREASURER Charles Gooch COMMITTEE Cl-IAIRMEN Frances Dudley ADVISOR: Mr. Swadley Mrs. Bagley tells a Christmas story WESLEY FELLOWSHIP lit. Seated: A. Cousins, I. Carlow, P. Ingersoll. Row 2: Mrs. Lord, E. Adams, R. Snowden. Established this year on campus, the Wesley Fellowship was founded to provide Christian fulfillment for the students belonging to the Pro-testant faith. Through the various activities sponsored by this organization, its mem- bers are refreshed and strengthened both spiritually and intellectually. To fulfill the purpose of the organization, its members have had Bible- studies, panel discussions., vesper services, communio-n services, films, and speakers. In October members had a retreat in Cherryfield, and at Christmas collected and distributed toys to needy children in Machias. The Wesley Fellowship sent six delegates to Boston to a Student Christian Movement conference on racial relations. PRESIDENT: Arthur McEntee VICE PRESIDENT: Chester Ingalls SECRETARY: Christina Helson TREASURER: Chester Kane PROGRAM CHAIRMEN: Marilyn Cummings Arline Cousins PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN: Shirley Bansmer CHAPLAINZ lane Carlow RELIGIOUS ADVISOR: Rev. F. W. Schuster FACULTY ADVISOR: Mrs. Dorothy Lord 47 CA KAPPA ALPHA KAPPA Row Lund, S. Sylvester, T, Serio, B. Cormier, L. Crane, P. Ingersoll. Row 2: Mrs. Lord, I. Carlow, M. Kilton, S. Bansmer, N. Cormier, C. Rice, Miss Nichols. Row 3: Mrs, Archibald, D. Dearborn, C. Allan, M. Peabody, E. Adams. Kappa Alpha Kappa promotes the development of those traits prominent in a mature and conscientious citizen. The sorority members enjoyed a trip to a Maine Masque production in November. Kappa Alpha Kappa sponsored the annual Mop Hop and the spring fashion show. SERCIEANT-AT-ARMS: Marlene Lund ADVISOR: Miss Relief Nichols HONORARY ADVISORS: Mrs. Dorothy Lord Mrs. Vivian Archibald PRESIDENT: Barbara Cormier VICE PRESIDENT: Theresa Serio SECRETARY: Priscilla Ingersoll TREASURER: Linda Crane CHAPLAINZ Sandra Sylvester D FIRST s.ErviEsTER PLEDGES it iiiiii' Row I: N. Cormier, S. Bansmer, C. Rice, D. Dearborn. Row 2: I. Carlow, Mrs. Archibald, Miss Nichols, E. Adams. 48 a . - . ...,,--..-cv L.. , .. .. , '.:...,g-,...,. M, .M A r . , , . , X OTHER MEMBERS: Ethel Adams Carol Allan Shirley Bansmer Stephanie Bradley lane Carlow Nancy Cormier Arline Cousins Dorothy Dearborn Ioyce Holland Pauline Huntley Marita Kilton I I-Iarriel Moffett Margaret Peabody Cynthia Rice Pauline Wasiuk ,KAPPA ALPHA KAPPA SECOND SEM ESTER PLEDC-ES Mrs. Lord, S. Bradley, A. Cousins, l. l-lolland, P. Wasiuk. Miss Nichols. CENTER: lane and Pauline like this one. LOWER RlCil-lT: Linda, Nancy, and Arline select fashions for the show with the help of Mrs. Crane. PHI 1'Au Pi-ii Row l: Mrs. Muriel Watts, D. Hall, P. Rideout, N. Dolliver, M. Moffett, M. Houlares. Row 2: S. Hatt, D. Thibeau, V. Larson, S. Drisko, H. Pelletier, F. Simpson, B. Merrill. Row 3: P. Bryd, C. Brown, B. johnson, L. Merrill, j. Chaplin, A. Williams, D. Fayle, K. Choate. Phi Tau Phi encourages firm friendships, superior standards of achieve- ment, and good moral character. This year Phi Tau Phi has spo-nsored the Sadie Hawkins dance and the Slop Hop. Phi Tau Phi's "The Little Men" wo-n first prize at the Winter Carnival Skit Night. This spring the group is planning a canning hip. PRESIDENT: Nancy Dolliver VICE PRES.: Patricia Rideout SECRETARY: Marjorie Moffett TREASURER: Kathleen Choate CHAPLA N: Mary Houlares EXEC. CHAIRMAN: Donna Fayle PUUB. CHAIRMAN: Verna Larson ADVISOR: Mrs. Muriel Watts HONORARY MEMBERS: Miss Rita To-rrey Miss Geneva Frost PLEDC-ES H. Pelletier, F. Simpson, M. Dalton, E. johnson, C. Brown, S. Drisko, F. Dudley. 50 OTHER MEMBERS: Peggy Byrd Carol Brown june Chaplin Martha Dalton Sharon Drisko Frances Dudley Donna Hall Susanne Hatt Elizabeth johnson Rebecca Merrill Lynda Merrow Harriet Pelletier Faye Simpson Geraldine Thomas Norma Varisco Ann Williams PHI TAU PHI UPPER: Fun at a social get-together. CENTER: P.T.P. girls make snowmen for Christmas favors. LOWER RIGHT: Kathy accepts the winning trophy for the Winter Carnival skit. SIGMA PHI TAU Row I: B. Lowell, L. Cross, P. Mahoney, M. McPhee, C. Thibeau, S. Richards. Row 2: S. Burns, l. Brown, E. Walsh, P. Mitchell, M. Angley, F. Clarke, B. Beaulieu, L. Valiante, S. Fultz. S-igma P'hi Tau promotes friendship, co-operation, and loyalty. During the year Sigma Phi Tau has sponsored a rush party, dances, a Christmas' party, and the annual white elephant sale. This spring Sigma Phi Tau will conclude its year with a camping trip. PRESIDENT: Mary jane McPhee VICE PRES.: Marilyn Cummings SECRETARY: Claire Thibeau TREASURER: Patricia Mahoney CHAPLAIN: Florence Clarke EXEC. CHRMN.: Audrey Neville ADVISOR: Mrs. Louise Watts HONORARY MEMBERS: Miss Anna Chynoweth Mrs. Virginia Cheney PLEDGES M. McClay, S. Wentworth, C. Dalton, C. Madore, 1. Harriman. 52 OTHER MEMBERS: Mary Ellen Angley Bernadette Beaulieu joan Brown Sandra Burns Virginia Clement Linda Cross Carol Dalton joy Fitzherbert Susan Fultz jane Harriman Brenda Lowell Constance Madore Margaret McClay Pamela Mitchell Elizabeth Osgood Sheila Richards Lucille Valiante Elaine Walsh Sandra Wentworth SIGMA PHI TAU UPPER: Parties are always a lot of fun. CENTER: Pat, Florence, and Audrey enjoy a gitt. LOWER: Going once, going twice, sold! I 53 KAPPA DELTA PHI i.. . Row iz S. Cameron, Ci. Clifford, K. Plummer, I. Mullen, R. Quirion, I. Cassidy. Row 2: R. Duffey, R. Gray, D. Ellis, Ci. Barrett, R. Maddocks, R. Cote, C. Kerrigan. Row 3: I. Frazer, W. Bagley, I. Wright, I. Cordon, F. Yates, I. Plummer. The purpo-se of the Eta Chapter of Kappa De-Ita Phi is to promo-te mutual relationships among its members and good-will towards the college through such gestures as sponso-ring a tea in honor of the Dean's List students. Kappa Delta Phi also spo-nsors the very popular CLUB PLAYBOY which has become an annual event. PRESIDENT: john Mullen CHAPLAIN: john C'assidy VICE PRES.: Gerald Cliffo-rd CUARDS: SECRETARY: Ste-ve Cameron Forrest Yates TREASURER: Ken Plummer Kenneth Plummer SERC-EANT-AT-ARMS: ADVIS-OR: Mr. Hilt Charles Kerrigan HONORARY MEMBERS: CORRES. SEC.: Robert Quirion Mr. Sennett and Mr. Swadley 541 OTH ER M EM B ERS: William Bagley Robert Chaplin Robert Duffey Duane Ellis jean Fraser lack Cordon Robert Gray Robert Maddocks lim Wright PLEDGES: Peter Buccina Robert Carrigan Carroll Fletcher Chester Ingalls Wayne Ingalls Howard McFadden Kenneth Neale Edmund O'Brien Vinton Partridge Robert Powers Walter Webster Robert Widdows Gary Wilson KAPPA DELTA PHI UPPER: "Club Playboy" attracts many students. CENTER: Patti Rideout, Carol Brown, Brenda Lowell, Betty johnson, and Donna Fayle are MISS PLAYMATE candidates. LOWER RIGHT: A night of wonder- ful entertainment. LEFT: The K.D.P. brothers make plans for "Club Playboy." 55 KAPPA M U ALPHA Seated: Mr. Lewis, C. Gooch, j. Kelley, G. Cioe, R. Chalmers, j. Willis. Row 2: G. Hall, O. Alley, W. Holden, R. McPhail, L. Carney, D. Wuori, D. Pritchard. Row 3: D. Randell, D. Smith, D. Michaud, A. McEntee, D. Foster, D. Petersen, P. Osgood, H. Ashmore. Kappa Mu Alpha is a fraternal organization which promotes brotherhood and friendly relations among men students. New freshmen pledges every ye-ar are he-lpe-d to get acquainted with the brothers early so that both pledges and members may have ample time to work toward their common goal- getting along well with others. Together they share interests through such activities provided by the fraternity as dances, o-utings, and suppers. PRESIDENT: Gerald Cioe ADVISORS: VICE PRES.: james Ke-lley Mr. Lewis SECRETARY: C'harles Gooch Mr. Norton TREAS.: Richard Chalmers I SERGEANT-AT-ARMS: james Willis PLEDGES: William Brigham joseph Celico Erwin Clark Frederick Clark Ivan Cole Gregory Cough Roland Crooker Steven Damon joseph Demers Ivan Gilpatrick William Hanscom Arthur Hayward Chester Kane Ted Kane David King Ronald Looke Gerald Mitchell David Monaghan Ed Morang Robert Morse Gary Small Robert Whitely Wilbur Worcester I 56 KAPPA MU ALPHA UPPER: Brenda, Linda, and Bill en- joy their lobster stew. CENTER: Getting ready for the Winter Carnival is tedious work. LOWER: The campus has its OWN "Beatles," LEFT: Mr. Lewis prepares his famous lobster stew. DELTA Psi OMEGA Seated: T. S-erio, Miss Nichols, L. Valiante, S. Sylvester. Row 2: G. Lessard, W. Holmes, R. Quirion, G. Hall. Washingto-n Players Chapter of DELTA PSI OMEGA This is a national honorary dramatics society open to all students who have participated in college dramatics with roles of at least 75 lines. The main purpose is to promote dramatic interests o-n this campus. The chapter has planned trips to Maine Masque plays on the Orono campus. Two one act plays presented at the Winter Carnival Skit Night were "lf Men Played Cards As Women Do" and "Betsy's First Report Card". The major play of the year was Ayn Rand's THE NIGHT OF jANUARY l6th presented as a climax of the Arts Festival. The night of january l6th was a trial of an actual court case based on the story of Ivor Kreuger, the match king, 58 ' . . ' . .1 '. .1 I ' 'f,.. .f f L l, V. .J . A .A Z I-.x 3,1,',:Q.f-.:..:.,.i.-'-.f. . ..,..g,.Z... ,...:.f:.2-.',:--ua.:-.....v-.- -. v.. .E .- . - PRESIDENT: Lucille Valiante VICE PRESIDENT: Theresa Se-rio SECRETARY: Robert Quirion TREASURER: Claylon Hall ADVISOR: Miss Nichols OTHER MEMBERS: William Holmes jean Fraser Ceorge Lessard Sandra Sylvester UPPER District Attorney FIint's questioning provokes sharp words between the defendant, Karen Andre, and the victim's widow. LOWER Defense Attorney Stevens questions Ruby O'Toole. LEFT: john, Steve, Bob, and IOS "play cards as women do." DELTA PSI OMEGA The cast included: Prison Matron: Constance Madore Bailiff: Edward Morang Clerk: joseph Coakley justice Heath: Erwin Clark D. A. Flint: john Cassidy His Secretary: joan Brown Defense Attorney Stevens: Edward Finch His Secretary: Donna Fayle Karen Andre: Marita Kilton Dr. Kirkland: Elliot Noyes Mrs. j. Hutchins: Beverly Cotton Homer VanFleet: Kendrick Randall Elmer Sweeney: Donald Foster Nancy Lee Faulkner: Nancy Cormier Magda Svenson: Sally Driscoll j. Cf. Whitfield: Leon Crowley jane Chandler: Elaine Walsh Sigurd jungquist: Roland Crooker Larry Regan: David Monaghan Roberta Van Rensselaer: Carol Brown Court Stenographer: Marjorie Moffett CONCERT CHOIR fill SGPRANO Row li Pauline Wasiuk loan Brown Ann Turner Rebecca Merrill Elaine Greer Dorothy Pendleton Row 22 Katherine Ctooch Sheila Richards Lucille Valiante Kathleen Choate Elaine Reed Donna Hall Row 31 Elizabeth johnson Marilyn Wyman lane Carlow Martha Dalton Carolyn Williams Arline Cousins TENOR ROW li Richard Snowden joseph Celico Wayne Holden Robert Maddocks Row 2: Caylon Hall Vincent Parker Daniel Libby Earl Flaherty ALTO Row li Theresa Serio Christina Helson Linda Cross Brenda Lowell Susan Thompson Marilyn Temple Row 2: Sylvia Vandez Sandra Wentworth Katherine Emery Donna Fayle Daryl Wiggin Nancy Cormier Row 32 Mary lane McPhee Patricia Rideout jo-Anne Landry Linda Lewis jeanne Violette Elaine Walsh BARITONE Row l: Fred Clark Roland Cote Stephen Cameron Row 2: Ivan Cole Robert Morse Erwin Clark lvan Cilpatrick George Lessard Row 3: Cary Barrett Cerald Cioe Robert McLeod Wilbur Worcester C-ary Wilson X 61 CONCERT CHOIR WOMEN S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Seated: M. Houlares, C. Dalton, M. McPhee, C-. Clement, P. Rideout, B. Lowell. Kneeling: B. Fernald, B. Cotton, N. Varisco, M. Barton, S. Spaulding, E. Stoddard, E. Reed, , 1. jolicoeur, T. Serio, S. Bansmer, L. Valiante. Row 3: L. Lewis, K. Choate, C-. Lewry, lvl. Dalton, I. Townsend, E. johnson, 1. Carlow, S. Wentwo-rth, C. Madore, E. Walsh, G. Wood, B. Beaulieu. ' The purpose of the Women's Athletic Association is to further athletic interests through supervised activities for all women students of Washington State Teachers College, This year the women met twice a week for practice in designated sports and scheduled tournaments. Co-ed nights ot games and four court volleyball provided fun for all. The accumulation of points for athletic activities enables womenfto receive awards at the athletic banquet at the end of the year. For the first three years the awards are various lettersg but at the end of the fourth year. a blazer is awarded to senior girls having a total of one thousand points. A The Council comprised of class representatives plans the athleticliprogram, elects the cheerleaders, and arranges the annual banquet. ADVISDRSI . Miss Frost lVlr. Eno . .62 l PRESIDENT: Virginia Clement I VICE PRES.: Norma Varisco SEC.-TREAS.: Elaine Walsh WQMEN S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION T..-..,"i'I UPPER: Cer re5dQ fof me reb d LOWER: Another M EN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIDN 1 Row l: 1. Coakley, 1. Gibson, C-. Barrett, R. Morse. Row 2: C. Clifford, E. Noyes, C-. Mitchell, D. Foster, l. Gordon, l. Willis, Mr. Reynolds. The lVlen's Athletic Association at Washington State Teachers College sponsors athletic events for the men on the campus and strives for good sportsmanship through team play and friendly competition. The organization, composed of all the men enrolled in the college, is guided by the officers and a Council o-f class representatives. The lVlen's Athletic Association super- vises intramural basketball and softball, co-ed nights, and the school's two intercollegiate sports-basketball and golf. 64 . , .. . . .- -. , g 1-:J--'-if-'ss .'.'.f.f.f,.,,.,.L .- -auf.: .-.:.'.': Le.:-as.--V:-1---ts-:. J-.-:-: -1-Ja.,--1:.T.:' .:1.1'Q,...'ag: 1,:..:.1:.i.-'..', ...,,.,.,f.. .fl-I-,. 1:-'. ..-,- i. . . . , , , .M EN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Row l: G. Barrett, . Worcester, W. Hanscom, R. Looke, S. Cameron. Row 2: R. Quirion, Ol. Alley, j. Willis, D. Foster, W. Wa tts, j. Gibson, j. Gordon, E. Allan E. Noyes, lvlr. Reynolds. PRESIDENT: Robert Gray VICE PRESIDENT: john Gibson SECRETARY-TREASURER: Gary Barrett ADVISOR: Mr. Reynolds COUNCIL.: joseph Coakley Gerald Clifford Donald Foster jack Gordon Gerald Mitchell Robert Morse Elliot Noyes james Willis RIGHT: Our boys try tor th LEFT: lt's anybody's ball. rebound. I i i MEN'S ATHLETIC ASSCCIATIQN . .4 f. V ,. .- , -. ..,... ., , , f,f.,.- - ,.,1 L1.:f:.-...,.:.,z-...,g,g,15,, 5.3 gg 5 ...g L.: f-,1 ,7'g,.1,'1-1,'1:..Z.1,i.'-.'-J. :J ',:.: :,. 5. -1 1 UPPER: Ordie hopes to sink one. f L-OWER RIC-HT: jack fights for the ball. LOWER LEFT: jim and Gary praC'fiCe lay-ups. -M EN'S ATH LETIC ASSOCIATION This season was o-ne filled with bad breaks and the loss of several close games. The team finished with a reco-rd of 6-lO, but with a little luck, this could have easily read ll-5. The team had a record of 3-9 as a member of the Northeast College Conference. As the season progressed, the boys seemed to improve and were victorious in three of their last four games including two victories at the tournament held at Ricker. The team scoring was paced by Ordman Alley, our outstanding Senior guard. Ordie led the conference in scoring with an average of 24.4 points a game, was voted to the All-Conference team, and was voted the outsanding player in the tournament where he scored 93 points in three games. The team benefitted greatly from the scoring of lack Cordon, the strong rebounding of Wayne Watt's,, the rebounding and scoring of jim Willis, and the steady team play of Eddie Allan. Leading the substitutes was john Gibson, a freshman who played very well toward the end of the year and shows great promise fo-r next season. Also contributing greatly to the team's success were reserves Don Fo-ster and Elliott Noyes who performed very well in several crucial situations. Although the season was not a winning one, the boys played well and the team was far better than the reco-rd may indicate. UPPER john tries for another two points. 3 V 67 l 1 l l ll I i l i v l l l i i 1 9 4 l 1 STUDENT LIFE AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES-: -"Sometimes gathering or losing momentum" As the wind gathers or loses momentum, so our lives. As students, we experience the accumulation or losing of this force in the close harmony of living and working together. 68 J uf A,. M..- kr. X.. lv.. 4 ..- Q.. l K x 1 4-'Y' JF 4' ,,.:,m5f' vi pq H " HW W4 M. X kr Mfr. A W. 'Mm ' 'fig if Wa 4 f 4' 7 iw 4 -q. .,n'1' . . . v- r Q -ar ,. " wwf.: 41 I .- "n , 'L A -wiv , 0 .,,, , . . 1 , au- , I , V , '-7-JFQUQ -.Q l VA ..,, N ,M .451?'.,f4?,,,4 rlka., AQ fum.. ..N'-.Nq 'P A , gf . .iq J " ' 11 ' ' ""'v 'f'1w l X-A.. ' Q 5 Q-1: 2 f .tl fr... ff' ' u 'Q ' , , . , V v , --,gr ,,1 V ' " - ,. V - x "L 1, '-"'-:rl ,-'.'.' " , . ,, , ,. 4l'4w ' ,,',,"-Mr . 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X 4 R x 'TI X I Q S , BF ' Y ,ff x ' X x I , I" i Q I 1 1 Q nk KIMBALL HALL MRS. MARION DUNN House Directo-r -he Dormitory Council works to keep the dormitory running smoothly at a times in co-operation with Mrs. Marion Dunn, the- house mother. Dormi- tory residents enjoyed the Christmas party. PRESIDENT: Claire Thibeau FRESHMEN REPRESENTATIVES VICE PRESIDENT: Co-nstance Madore Mary Barton SECRETARY-TREASURER: Dorothy Dearborn Elaine Greer SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: ADVISORS: Cynthia Rice Mrs. Marion Dunn Rose Marie Robbins I Mrs. Vivian ArC'l'1ibalCl SeatedTDS Dearborn, C. Thibeau, C. Madore, C. Rice. Row 2: M. Barton, E. Greer. 71 KIMBALL HALL UPPER: joy prepares for class. CENTER: Sue stops writing a letter for a moment. LOWER: Freshmen girls study. r 72 .. ng.: 1,1-: :L-'-1-:.:14L:-1.11:-:DJ li-:L:4Q:'.fL'..' lm' ' ' L .-:Lf 4' 3.211141-ii'-' "-:J flfzk Lazlul .xxaabkkafield-i,4Q:'?a74-EI EEZLC '.,Z7fEf2.sQL:'1.s,.m.,4:.,.1.g..2i:e:.L.:L3-1.15-:.:Jtv:,:-gps-:ls'-.5.-1.., :..f4..:.r , i-,,.:..k..., 23-1. .,q..p. ,-.Q,.., ,, ., 5., . - V 5 MISS MILDRED HEIC-HTONI House Di rector N EW WOM EN'S DORMITORY ' The dormitory council at the new women's dormitory works with the director to further better group living. Activities held this year have been a Christmas party, a get-together with homemade ice cream and cookies, and record hops. PRESIDENT: Theresa Se-rio VICE PRESIDENT: Linda Eaton SECRETARY-TREASURER: Mary Hofulares Row I: L. Valiante, T. Serio, IVI- Houlares- Row 2: S. Bansmer, P. Rideout. 73 ' NEW WOMEN'S DORMITORY ' UPPER: New women's dorm enjoy their first Christmas party. CENTER: During their spare time these girls enjoy playing ping pong. LOWER: Dormitory life is a happy one. . NEW WOMEN'S DORMITORY UPPER LEFT: New wome-n's dormitory hosts Home-Coming Tea. UPPER RIC-I-IT: Faye engages in a serious conversation. LOWER: Miss Heighton calls a coffee break. i i Q Q. F 5 S, . i i SEN N ETT HALL "'q'W Gordon, C. Gooch, W. Holden, S. Cameron, R. Morse. Row 2: E. O'Brien, R. Crooker, D'. Foster. One of the first duties of the men of Sennett Hall is to elect the Advisory Board, the official representatives to the administratio-n. Their duties are to set up the rules and regulations for the hundred men in the older and new wing of the dormitory. The advisors of Sennett Hall are four proctors-Forrest Yates, john Mul- len, Richard Sno-wden, and George Karst. PRESIDENT: Steve Roland Crooker jack Gordon Ed O'Brien Donald Foster LEFT: Terry and Mr. the last waltz. 76 Cameron VICE PRESIDENT: Wayne Holden SECRETARY: Charles Gooch TREASURER: Robert Morse OTHER MEMBERS: Sennett have X SENNETT HALL UPPER: Eddie wants to get an "A"- CENTER: Even the men from Sennett Hall enjoy the snow. LOWER: Charlie, Roland, and Steve look the situation over. 77 ,Um mf- H15 52 v , fm 5151 "' 1i3ll""7"1 Y :- had 'li 2 M r.-l4,"iZ'."'Q' 1 T. ,mvgqmi Tiff .ei ,fn f we avi-g l , , 2. LV i H 1 ,, A -. W2 . 1,5955 ', wi. -m k 41, f. P , , Qu -1' , 435 1 U W u: ' ITL ' JT. ,' 't -4.1 , ., 1 i' iL. - 4 kr .Q 5515. -, 7' ' . '53 "Rf-3 '-' . A . A .a. gg ' ' , -- .. '1 , N ' f 3 . 1 P 'Q - -- ...TQ . , I ' . v. l 'QQ '. J, Q 5' 1 ..f. .. f2.' '-4-My N 2 . :ing I y 5315: uni 7 I ,Y Y., x 5, I . K.. .,,, ... . , my H, . 7 N. .r -.Xl , df - 4 pix - '. ' 1 53, 53, 'i -Q-A.. Q .1 -f ff" :L ., ., I' LT , , A 4 1- . mt.. .. 4 . ' gi- .J - 5 .- ,ljzhiv fir: 41:4 , f '-- "'1"31-5" 5 , . if i, ' " Ag" . 1.4 fu - :Ju .' pf "YY" '- f 311.21-1 r- ' eg? .x-if " id- . 4 5,34 K y:a.A, .,,, dsvtpg '.! . .Q ,,s.Wf" ' 7-f'.S-1 .A 1 n ff 4' Q 32 MIL' -N ,1' . ' ..,, -px, . be qf1T,1' .rw f nw, ' V iz 3 174' 1 ., ,, .5 lf I yr:- , . W . a 'R' ,,.."S f . A if , jl.':z:', 4 -- if I ,, FFL .. J K ' ' -43 J 1 . ' .w . Q ' s 5 'ws - . 4 F .. . I I .' AR.: ' .. .L 1, rl-42 . Q . .. 1 f Jil- , - .,:-1-w. '-w'3':' I S I a, as '44 N, 4 f s ' f PX v ,f J .-' QM It . Q Wx , " ' r ai ,, ,tp a A ' L ' 1 Q: r N. . if. f A get ' Q Xa n...,.':'w ei 4- X n , 'B f A 3 we fe- 'SN 'A , , 1. 1 ks' 4 if 4 3 1. Y k , K V . . 2 T " V if 3. . fi' +3611 ,.,,. --.W Jazz- 1.91 ob!-rlbpm 45 .-.1. -.. I I I.,-.Y iv , v l K I NX A , I . f A - API! xg wx jf , , K M, W ,fl .., ,.. VE, X - .fiflt I-up Y - 1 M if x-, ' 4' fi:-T" X xl 'Qx XV' Y J ', Xxxs X I S I -U l ' V 1 lXu 80 PRESIDENT j Celig:o R Westerly R. l. TREASURER C-. Cough VICE PRESIDENT-: lVl. Dalton SECRETARY E. Reed CLASS OF 'I967 s Q 4 ,Q 4 T Q1 am ig? fznx A Q5-w,.. tw P.'. Armstrong E. Auclair lVl. Barton B. Bowers Cape Elizabeth Eastport Portland Ellsworth .. .. - , ., ' l tkz- 1 , . fi: Irrsx I 5551. "1 1 vi W , QR ,ff ' .' '.5Z7'5f5: f""" . ,.lC,, ,.,lA: . ' A .31:3. . , ' ' , , .gg "QQ I avi- T W. Brigham P. Buccina P. Byrd E. Campbell Ellsworth Mexico Bar Harbor Calais ' ss ,. - V .1 , - Ir H ' '- - - T b -2 f N K is X3 ' . . ..... . 9 ss: .. tat -4, 05.19 "VSV K . N.. ...st 'T' ? A faq., - A .N f . a-Lx. , X4 .e 3.5 N wx X 'A Q: L. 'I . X N A Yuvtx 'S xxx tx X . 'NNN . - . XX. , X, . s x A A. Clough l. Cole D. Clark R. Cousins Readtield Princeton Milltown Old Town M 'K S. Bradley Machias Qian. , lf'-kff X N. Q. A R. Carrigan Brewer C. Dalton Bangor Sl CLASS OF 1967 D. DeBeck 1. Demers Orrington Weld R. Fernald I. Fitzherbert Franklin Winslow ,1j1gE1E?EE1IE:E si e:.:5:3:5z5:gg35j5:1: -:,1.1- ilzz. 'X 325: if 'Q Eififfflfl: v 4 Ex :2i:'f" --:-1 -1 Y' 3517-25 QS s-X' X .. ..,, ra VKX xx XA ,.,.., . G ' Quik 1321.5 P. Dolbec L. Downing P. Elwell Sanford Bucks Harbor Marshfield E. Flint C. Gay I. Gibson , , W W? 1 , :ff-15125-L:f:I 1i:':Za:s2- wasg:3:a::s:.:a.::s:,:as: 111:3':1:.v5irf15"E1si'?2FEE.. fmifitiiiriiiairlzEZZEEQEQQ 4. ::-'-,:-- xv.-,,-. -'-.-:-:-.-.-:,:-:.,:- Eg., -1:51 511: :qs :gs.:g: 'S .1 1.1 ff.. 45:,-5-3,3 . .. . ....l5'f mpgs,-' --z:1:2.r::.:-'-1-V -' -Wifi. . ' '-2::- ..:..:.:.v.-.1 ,gf . .. . .. ,1...... ,sa -mm. 2:1:2,.-im, f -mr. xy lf. 4-15? x 'iw -BA fs l. Gilpatrick N. Gray E. Greer W. Hanscom I. Harriman Whiting jonesport Springfield, Vt. Salisbury Cove Bangor l. Hathaway A. Hayward V. Hebert I. Holland P. Hukkl Columbia Falls Bangor Rumford Whitneyville East lvlachias ,. 4 sa-iz.:-mga.. :.::gMf., .,,. -w..1.w:...b CLASS QF 'I967 W. lngalls K. johnson I. lohnston 1. lolicoeur C. Kane Ellsworth Eliot Madawaska Augusta Ellsworth T. Kane H. Kenney D. King I. LaCroix D. Lamson Latham, N. Y. Bangor Ellsworth Calais Addison X ,ix . 5 l. Landry R. Leach E. Leavitt G. Lewry D. Libby Searsport Livermore Falls Howland Portland Kingfield R. Look R. Looke S. Lyons lvl. McClay R. McLeod East Machias Addison Eastport Bangor Portland . f 1' 4' If ' .i ., 1 b an ...,.. A- 83 CLASS CF 1967 44: V. , 1 " R54 sg:g . 1e.-' ' f2.j:3z-11. -.5:5:3:5:3:5:5:' ..g'2::12.g.5q:f-.qzy IEIE:1,EE.EffE5I:'EifE'3?,IE1g'32?E12FfEk:1?.Q3?5tQi . -:EIEIEIEIEIV . E51'E52:1E2.2E5?:1Q2.1 2Ei212-V:2.21-2:1:2E:'r:1E2:2E1:-'IEW-rvelzslrlvkzi. .' - 'sirE':12s:z1:1'ir?? 41:2 , '1:1.1:.1'f':11:11'i'E:r.g.:': . . :az-fy:-: 3.-4.595-:5:4:.9,:3.,t.:.,.,S ,. - ., si.. 0.3, 15.5 ,P 5.t.:.,...- 1. ' ,1 .' :-3 553? "5' 1921:3':fLEfE':152.QEfE: :E'2:1:.v:::11::.-1g-gs::.::.::rau3,.:g:g: . .z::::f-:f:z:t.w- 'flares .zz-::v:5g:g4:.,:,.: g111:,I2.-5,.,.:1-.mg-:1:.s-.,.-ga. ,:4r:5.1.1q. wx..::.:-.,. .-.-:5-1 . 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Smith Stonington Waldoboro Augusta Rockland Addison ' 84 r . ...Q ,l CLASS 0F S. Spaulding E. Stoddard M. Strout S. Taylor M. Temple Brewer Eastport Bar Harbor Old Town Pittsfield M. Thomas 1. Thompson S. Thompson E. Townsend S. Vandez Machias Northfield Belfast Calais Old Town W. Webster S. Wentworth R. Whiteley E. Wilbur C. Williams Roxbury Dexter Camden Northeast Harbor Stonington G. Wilson o. Wood L. Wood w. Worcester Not 'PICTURED Stonington Eliot Sabattus Harrington C. Turner ., , . Eastport R. Widdows Eastport YE, 85 CLASS OF 1966 C "AA"" PRESIDENT: C. Barrett Augusta VICE PRESIDENT: E. Morang 'Bar Harbor TREASURER: D. Wilder Dennysville SECRETARY: C. Thibeau Fort Fairfield K. Allen E. Annas E. Beal L. Beal S. Cameron Rockland Charlotte jonesport Beals Portland C. Casavant R. Chalmers I. Chaplin I. Coakley P. Colby Lewiston Belfast Machias Milford, Conn. Belfast N. Cormier B. Cote IVI. Crawford R. Crooker S. Damon Mexico Auburn Old Town Brewer Auburn 86 CLASS 0F 1966. l l s 2 5 l P. Monaghan Davis D. Dearborn P. DeMeIlo 1. Douglas S. Drisko F. Dudley Machias Livermore Falls Saco Portland Columbia Falls Dennysville P. Fernald E. Flaherty N. Galley K. Gooch S. Gross P. Culliver Bangor Marshfield McKinley jacksonville Wiscasset Fort Fairfield E i 1 1 l l l D. Dennison Hall I man "1 Machias Stockton Springs Machias Columbia Ellsworth Bangor M. Meyers Karst C. Kerrigan l. LePage L. Lewis C. Martel A. Merrifield Maghias Portland Lewiston Belfast Lewiston Monticello 87 , 1 1 1 .kt ,M ,,11 '1 1 ' l 1 111 1 1 l 111 1'1l1 1 1 l1'l ' '1 5 1 1 M1 1 1 , 1 1,1 lf 1 1 1 , , 1 1f 1 111, 1 1 1,1 l1'1 W '11 ,, .1 ,ll V ij, 1111 111 121 11' 1g'l M, lll1 ll 1111 11111 111 1,l1, UU 111 ,111 .11 .11 1111 Lil M 11111 1ll 111 -1 1111 11',1 lf, 111 1g" 1:5 11 11 illl 1121 1111 1112 1,1 ,ill 11,1 1' 11l 11, M, 11 , 1 11 1 1 1 11 1,1 1: ,CLASS OF 'I966 R. Merrill D. Monaghan L. Niles R. Owens P. Plummer Bangor Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Kensington, Conn. Eastport Auburn D. Randall C. Rice l. Richardson I. Rochford East Machias Robbinston East Machias Fort Fairfield . .,,. ,.1.:.,,., ,,,,:.1 1:f:1:2,':5'111:11az::za:1s:5:mz:22:1-'--1 .15:5.s:5:::e1e-2-115:13 ., .... ,,. " 1'1:g5'1'T5" " "'12:62:2:Q2:21:21:1:1-- 'I:IE519:iIE'1f:2:2.':':212:4 1 1 4 1 11 ff 1 4 f 1 1 1 , "1':"9 ,1 .iv 1 1 1 -14.--1-mf.: 1 . 425- 1.- ..,.,.,,.,.,,.,, 4, 4,-, .. ,W W.. .... Y , .. .. . . - 1 -' .My :1 :-111-,-gg.g.:.-,1.:f,1,:f, :1.5.fz'1rErE'IrE1..- - -- 3111131515-1:::E1:1" '.11:E:E:Ei-f":::rE1.rE1E5E5Z,-' , g -5:11512Q.5:I15:5-g:,:5:3:5g.j-535.5 f1'1Ii22151Z,fs2z:22:':.,441-"-' 1me:-115:va2:25.t:Ee:s:s:zf,,:z-19: 1E1i5E1:g.j11'5q:5z5:1:35:1 y:Eir34gzrmf9i:,5s:3g:,15:I:1:5:1:,5-3:1511-gzgzggzgzg ' " 142 - -14-'MP-2"' V:If,15EQz5.5.':5,5:j-55:35r1,pg11-315:3511:35:21:1:E'E1-225: ,.'. 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Rideout Millinocket VICE PRESIDENT: E. Noyes jonesboro CLASS OF 'I965 E. Adams E. Allan M. Angley Eastport Machias Brewer I. Brown C. Brown S. Burns Morrill Bangor Calais E. Clark B. Corey B. Cotton Addison West Pembroke Harrington I 89 ram' S. Bansmer B. Beaulieu Lewiston Millinocket j. Carlow R. Choate Calais Winthrop A. Cousins Old Town .ti L. Crane ivlachias CLASS OF 1965 .--mv . "" 1.522551 W 5 531233523344'2i'?i'5fl?-QVQEEVV3.251 L. Cross Belfast D. Foster Machias t sw, , 2. ew , X M 1 V fl W .2 film V .3 sf . , .S f K K1 My , 13, ii'fQ,i1 143 .2 W? 0 I ff? . 2 x of 4 QM X 9 X, 3 fy, F ff., C, L. Crowley. S. Driscoll Beals F. Frost Ellsworth Columbia Falls C. Gooch Bar Harbor L. Shepard Eaton D. Fayle Stonington D. 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Kilton C. Lakeman V. Larson Auburn lonesport lonesport lonesport Brownville lct. D. Lo-ngstaff 1. Look B. Lowell R. Maddocks C. Madore Fairfield lonesboro Lee Ellsworth I Lewiston 90 ' b Q-ij.-Qij-::.q -5 X EX. . tt, W X Xsigxmx 5.59-fi" Rx 'ijjji lN5l955iifili. xxsigg Qfzawv xi . 'N '- -'Vx -SSN '1...' V. Qsfyi TN:-X RQ Y? VfF'RQlfXs ' XRXQK-SX N NV K. sg . - st C. Lessard Winslow lvl. Martin Fort Fairfield CLASS OF 'I965 - y , yy, L- X F it it f4l"55i.' A ' 7 f I 0 I Ali A A,:1 . 1 A,V: v l W R. McPhail M. McPhee L. Merrow D. Michaud H. Moffett M. Moffett Perry Dennysville Auburn Caribou onesporl' Machias D. Morrison M. Myers H. Pelletier D. Petersen S. Peterson Millinocket Machias Waterville Harrington Columbia Falls ,"..,. .'., .-.i S 'V : A ...DV L .,..,' " i" Q . ..., , - ' -'f S. if . . .... -A ......... 4 L. Pineo ix. Randall F. Simpson D. Smith R. Snowden Columbia Falls Addison Winslow Monmouth Stonington M. Sorli N. Varisco 1. Violette D. Wiggin A. Williams D. Wuori Machias Stonington Bangor Eliot White Plains, N. Y. Amherst nv, mv e NOT PICTURED: S. Aclqor E. Clarke D. Hall C. Karst Machias Machiasport lonesport Machias I 91 -YS . xfidi 'EP' .-...Q i i z i i 1 L i 1 l l .ag l FIRST SEMESTER JSENIORS joseph W, Bradley james M. Chiaravalotti Keith S. Dill Machias Wilton Machias Duane Ellis Edward D. Finch Priscilla A. Ingersoll Monmouth r Ellsworth Falls Addison NOT PICTURED john F. Cassidy, jr. Calais Marion Morris Barbara S. Fernald Addison Eliot jennie M. Gray Columbia Falls OTH ER GRADUATES l'Pauline W. C-ray jonesport Ellgag' ISIZEZLILS Alice G. Green Whiting Winona M. Mitchell Doris M. Harris Ellsworth - Greenville 'Graduation requirements completed August l964. 92 Theresa M. Serio Gloucester, Mass. Reginald Sinclair Brownville junction james Verge Eastport Elizabeth R. Worcester Columbia Falls Verna E. Young East Machias N PRESIDENT'S LETTER Dear Seniors: You are graduating from college during a period of social, economic, and political unrest in many areas of the world. The winds of change are blowing in all directions and bending us hither and yon. lt behooves us to brace ourselves to resist being pushed against our will in directions which we know to be wrong. The coward easily follows blindly and is lost in the masses. The leader must have courage, especially if the cause interferes with previously held notions of superiority of one race. YOU must face up to what seem to be lapses in moral values and willingly lead in striving for human dignity and ho-nor for all people. YOU can no longer ignore abject poverty of body and mind in other regions of the world when communication has made all people next S door neighbors. O YOU can no longer take- for granted that the color of o-ne's skin or one's religious faith determines whether he is inferior or superior. , T YOU can no lo-nger consciously do nothing about the treatment of your fello-wmeng for you are being co-nstantly reminded by the press, radio, and television of their condition and status. Down through the ages many have said that the greatest enemy of poverty of mind is education and the greatest friend of freedom, decency, and dignity is education. Education has made YOU free. lt is now your responsibility to be a leader in gaining freedom for OTHERS thro-ugh education. Sincerely, if 1 93 ELEMENTARY SENIORS CAROL WOODB 1 N E ALLAN Machlas LAWRENCE CARNEY Eqstport 11 1' 1 11 1 11 11 1'111 1 1 1111 111- :11 1 111111 1111 11' 11,1' 111 '11 1 1 1 11 1 1111 1 111-1, 1 -1111 1 V1 1l 1 1 , . " 1,1 1 11f H111 M1 11111 1111 11111 Q: X1 11131 1111 1 11113 1,131 11111, ,111 ,'.1,1 1 11 11,11 1 11 1 111' 1 11,' 1 V i N 11 H 1 111 1 11 1111 1121 1111 A '1 1 11 11 0 1 11 11111 1113 it 11 11- 1" 1 '1 11 11111 11.51 111' 1 111 11 11 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 11 1 111 1 13 1 1+ 1 1 1 1111 1 1 1 1fi 1 1 1 I5 11 , 11 1 1 1 , , J 1 1 ,Q1 1 ,1 1 1 11 1 H11 111 1 1 1 1 111 "1 111 1 11 1 ,L 1 B 4 ' 1 1 1 ,1 1 111 1 11 11 111 V 1 1 11 1 1 111 1 ' 1-111 1111 111'11 11 11 11 111, 11 1 ORDMAN ALLEY Beals 1 111 1 1 94 FLORENCE CLARKE West Pembroke Z 95 ELEMENTARY SENIORS VIRGINIA CLEIVIENT Easfport MARILYN CUIVIIVIINC-S Salisbury Cove ELEMENTARY SENIORS NANCY DOLLIVER Surry SUSAN FULTZ Machias KATH ERI N E EM ERY Ellsworth 96 ELEMENTARY SENIORS,..l.... CAYLO-N HALL Machias 1 97 WAYNE HOLDEN, Vice President North Dartmouth, Mass. ' ' Li ' IAIVIES KELLEY Brewer ELEMENTARY SENIORS MARLENE LUND East Machias PAMELA MITCHELL Harrington PATRICIA IVIAHON EY East Eddington - I AUDREY NEVILLE South Berwick X 99 ELEMENTARY SENIORS. ELIZABETH FIELD OSGOOD Carroll MARGARET PEABODY Lubec ELEMENTARY SENIORS KEN DALL PLUIVIMER Auburn MARILYN SMALL Pembroke SHEILA RICHARDS, Secretary Bangor ... , 1. , ., - .M I-. .- . 5 I A. , N, K. N, , ,. ,v 100 ELEMENTARY SENIORS SANDRA SYLVESTER Rockland GERALDINE THOMAS Machias LUCILLE VALIANTE Norwalk, Conn. IUNIOR HIGH sENloRs HENRY ASHMO-RE Ellsworth , . g. 3 BARBARA CORM l ER Newcastle MARTIN BURKE South Portland N .-,, E . l l A BERNARD DOBLE Lubec IUNIOR HIGH SENICRS ROBERT DUFFEY Portland CARROLL FLETCH ER, Treasurer Millinocket 1' , 103 I I I IUNIOR HIGH sENloRs IEAN FRAZER Newport I I I I I I II II II ll II I. Il II II II ll II Ii II I I II I I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II I I I I I II II QI II II II II II 'I I 'I I: 'I 'I II II I , ROBERT GRAY Columbia Falls ION GORDON Ellsworth I 104 I ' I I I III I I I I IUNIOR HIGH sENloRs PAUL GRIFFIN Lubec WILLIAM HOLMES, President Machias RICHARD HUGH EN East Machias ,Z 105 IUNIOR HIGH sENloRs 101-IN MULLEN Augusta DALE PRITCHARD East Machias FORREST OSGOOD Carroll 106 IUNIOR HIGH SENIORS ROBERT QUIRION Winslow WAYNE WATTS Machias FORREST YATES Litchfield 107 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1'1 1,1 11 1'1 1 1 1 111 11 1 111 111 111 11 111 311 11: 111 11 1 11 11 ,. 11 11 51 111 111 1 11 :1 1, 11 1 11 1 1 11 11 11 1121 1111 111 1 1 11 1,1 1 1, 1 11 111 111 111 111 111 11 11 11 11 11 11, 111 11: 511 111 111 1, 1111 15" 11 .13 51 11 '1 1 1 1 fi ,M 111 112 11!f 1113 1111 11 1 i 1 11 11, 1 1 1 T1 '11 11 l 1 11 15 1:1 1 W. 1 11 31 11 11 11' 11-Li ,,,...BUSlNESS EDUCATION SENIORS DOROTHY BANSIVIER Lewiston FREDERICK CLARK Auburn GERALD CIOE Bucksport I ,11 GERALD CLIFFORD Wytopitloick BUSINESS EDUCATION SENIORS ARTHUR IVIC ENTEE Lisbon Falls LUANN WILKES U Columbia Falls I 109 CAROL W. ALLAN Machias Elementary Kappa Alpha Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary' 21 35 student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 43 W0men,5 Athletic Association 1, 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, WASHINGTONIA, Cover Design 3. ORDMAN ALLEY Beals Elementary Kappa Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Associa- tion 1, 2., 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Golf 3. HENRY, ASHMORE Lamoine ' junior High ' Kappa Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Newman Club 3, Baseball 1, 2, Golf 3, Bowling 2, 3, 4. I DOROTHY BANSMER Lewiston Business Education Auburn Maine School of Commerce 1, 2, Student Education Association 3, 4, Phi Beta Lambda 4, Hu- manities Colloquium 4, Dormitory Council 3, 4. MARTIN BU RKE South Portland lunior High Worcester lMassachusettsl State College 1, 2, 3, Men's Athletic Association 4. LAWRENCE CARNEY Eastport Elementary Kappa Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Education Associa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD CIOE Bucksport Business Education Kappa Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Class Marshal 3, Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Boston Convention 2, New York Convention 4, Men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK CLARK Auburn Business Education V Bentley College 1, 2, Kappa Mu Alpha 4, Choir 4. FLORENCE CLARKE West Pembroke Elementary Sigma Phi Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Christian Movement 1, 2, 3, 4, Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, Wim-ei Carnival Queen Candidate 4. VIRGINIA CLEMENT Eastport Elementary Sigma Phi Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Humanities Collo. quium 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 4, Women's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 4, Women's Athletic Association Council 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD CLIFFORD Macwahoc Business Education Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Student Education Association 1, 3, Phi Beta Lambda 2, 4, Humanities Colloquium 4, Student Christian Movement 4, President 4, Men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Council Member 4. BARBARA CORMIER Newcastle lunior High Kappa Alpha Kappa 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Student Education Association 2, 3, 4, Council 3, President 4, S. E. A. M. Delegate Augusta Conference 3, 4, Women's Athletic Association 3, Council 3, Hu- manities Colloquium 3, 4, WASHINGTONIA 3, Editor- in-Chief 3, Eastern States Conference of Professional Schools for Teachers 3. MARILYN CUMMINGS Salisbury Cove Elementary Sigma Phi Tau 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, Council 1, Student Christian Movement 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Dele- gate to Fall Conference 4, Wesley Fellowship 3, 4, Women's Athletic Association 1, Humanities Colloquium 4, Recorder Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, WASHINGTONIA 3, Delegate to Eastern States Conference of Professional Schools for Teachers 2. BERNARD DOBLE Lubec lunior High KaPP8 Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Sargeant-at-arms 2, 33 Student Education Association 3, 4, Men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY DOLLIVER Ellsworth Elementary Phi Tau Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, President 4, Inter- Fraternity Council 4, Student Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 4, S. E. A. M. State 5eC"eI'3"Y 3, 5. E. A. M. Delegate to Augusta 1, 2, 3, 43 Campus Recreation Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 23 Choir 1, 2, 3, Humanities Colloquium 4, Student Christian Movement 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Seni0l' Advisor 4, Andover Conference 2, VVASHINGTONIA 32 Eastern States Conference of Professional Schools 23 Women's Athletic Association 1. j0N GORDON Ellsworth junior High Kappa Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 Student Educa- tion Association 'l, 2, 3, 4, Peterboro Conference 3, New England Teacher Preparation Conference 43 Campus Recreation Association 'I3 Men's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, 4, Council Member 43 Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball l, 2g Golf 3, 43 Sennett Hall Advisory Board 'I, 2, 4, Treasurer 'l, 2. ROBERT DUFFEY Portland junior High Kappa Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Portland Convention I3 Class President 23 Student Education Association 'l, 2, 3, 4g Campus Recreation Association 2, 3, 43 Men's Athletic Association 23 Sennett Hall Advisory Board 2. KATHERINE EMERY Ellsworth Elementary Gorham State Teachers College 'I, 23 Student Education Association 3, 43 Student Christian Movement 33 Hu- manities Colloquium 3, 4, Chairman 43 Choir 3, 4. CARROLL FLETCHER Milo junior High Kappa Delta Phi 43 Class Treasurer 43 Student Education Association 4, Council Member 4, S. E. A. M. Delegate to Augusta Fall Convention 4g Campus Recreation Association 43 Men's Athletic Association 43 Humanities Colloquium 4. jEAN FRASER Newport junior High Kappa Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 23 Delta Psi Omega 3, 43 Humanities Colloquium 3, 4. SUSAN FULTZ Hampden Elementary Sigma Phi Tau I, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Association I, 2, 3, 43 Women's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, Council 'I, 2, 3. ROBERT GRAY Calais junior High Kappa Delta Phi 'I, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 2, Guard 23 Student Education Association 'l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 3, 43 Men's Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, President 43 Basketball 23 Baseball 'l, 23 Golf 2, 3. PAUL GRIFFIN ' Lubec junior High Kappa Mu Alpha 'I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 33 Men's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 WASHING- TONIA 3. SENIOR ROSTER GAYLON HALL Machias Elementary Kappa Mu Alpha 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Associa- tion 'I, 3, 43 Choir I, 2, 3, 43 Delta Psi Om-ega 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Play 3, Best Actor Award 3g Humanities Colloquium 4g WASHINGTONIA 4. WAYNE HOLDEN North Dartmouth, Massachusetts Elementary Kappa Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Associa- tion 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3, 43 Class Vice President 3, 43 Men's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4, Team Captain 3, 43 Choir I, 2, 3, 43 Sennett Hall Dormitory Council 3, 4, Vice President 4. WILLIAM HOLMES Machiasport junior High Kappa Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Class President 43 Student Council 3g Men's Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Delta Psi Omega 3, 43 Humanities Colloquium 4. jAM ES KELLEY Brewer Elementary 5 Kappa Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Student Education Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 Humanities Colloquium 3, 4, Publicity 3, Vice Chairman 43 Newman Club 3, 43 WASHINGTONIA 4. MARLENE LUND East Machias Elementary Kappa Alpha Kappa 3, 4g Student Education Association I, 2, 4g Women's Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 43 WASHINGTONIA 4. PATRICIA MAHON EY Clifton Elementary Gorham State Teachers College 'I, 23 Sigma Phi Tau 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Student Education Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 Student Christian Movement 'I, 2, 3, 43 Women's Ath- letic Association 'l, 2, 33 In-ter-Fraternity Council 4. ARTHUR McENTEE Lisbon Falls Business Education Auburn Maine School of Commerce 'I, 23 Kappa Mu Alpha 3, 43 Student Education Association 3, 4g Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, Eastern Business Teachers Association Convention in Buffalo 33 Student Council 4, Treasurer 43 Humanities Colloquium 3, 4, Recorder 33 Student Christian Movement 3, 4, Com- mittee Chairman 4, Boston Conference 43 Men's Athletic Association 3, 43 Wesley Fellowship 3, 4, President 4. 111 SENIOR ROSTER PAMELA MITCHELL Harrington Elementary Sigma Phi Tau I, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 33 Student Education Association l, 2, 43 Humanities Colloquium 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Play 33 Women's Athletic Association I. jOl-IN MULLEN Augusta junior High Kappa Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. National Convention 33 Student Council 23 Men's Ath- letic Association I, 2, 3, 43 Inter-Fraternity Counci 43 Sennett Hall Proctor 4. AUDREY NEVILLE South Berwick Elementary Sigma Phi Tau I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 23 Student Educa- tion Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 Student Christian Movement I, 2, 3, 43 Women's Athletic Association 'I, 2. "ELIZABETH OSGOOD Carroll Elementary Sigma Phi Tau 2, 3, 43 Women's Athletic Association I3 Class Secretary 23 WASHINGTONIA 3. FOREST OSGOOD Carroll junior High Kappa Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 33 Student Education Association I, Augusta Meeting 'I3 Class President 2, 33 Campus Recreation Association 3 Treasurer 33 Men's Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 4' Choir 'I3 Sennett Hall Proctor 3. 3 1 MARGARET PEABODY Lubec Elementary Kappa Alpha Kappa 2, 3, 43 Student Education Associa- tion 'I, 2, 3, 43 WASHlNCTONIA, Copy Editor 3. KENDALL PLUMMER Auburn Elementary Kappa Delta Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Student Educa- tion Association 'l, 2, 3, 43 Inter-Fraternity Council 4- Men's Athletic Association 'l, 2, 3, 4. 9 DALE PRITCHARD Machiasport junior High KaPP3 Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Associaa tion 43 Men's Athletic Association 'l, 2, 3, 4, ROBERT QUIRION Winslow junior High Kappa Delta Phi 2, 3, 4, Convention 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 43 Student Education Association I, 2, 3, 45 Class President I3 Newman Club 3, 43 Men's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2g Delta Psi Omega 3, 4, Secretary 4, SHEILA RICHARDS Bangor Elementary Sigma Phi Tau 3, 43 Class Secretary 3, 43 Student Edu- cation Association 23 Choir 'I, 2, 3, 43 Humanii-ies Colloquium 43 Newman Club 3g WASHINCTONIA, Associate Editor 3g Women's Dormitory Council 3, Presi. dent 3. MARILYN SMALL Pembroke Elementary Student Education Association 3, 43 WASHINGTONIA 3. SANDRA SYLVESTER Rockland Elementary Kappa Alpha Kappa 3, 4, Chaplain 43 Delta Psi Omega 3, 4. GERALDINE THOMAS Machias Elementary Phi Tau Phi I, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 33 Student Education Association 'I, 2, 3, 43 WASHINGTONIA 33 Women's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3. LUCILLE VALIANTE Norwalk, Connecticut Elementary Sigma Phi Tau I, 2, 3, 43 Student Education Association I, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Peterboro Conference 43 Campus Recreation Association 2, 3, 43 Choir I, 2, 3, 43 Delta Psi Omega 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 43 Humanities Colloquium 3, 43 Newman Club 3, 4, Delegate to Farm- ington Convention3 WASHINCTONIA 3, Format Editor 33 Women's Athletic Association 'I, 2, 3, 4, Council 'I, 2, 3, 4, President 33 Maine Athletic Association of College Women Delegate 33 Class Treasurer 'I, 23 New Women's Dormitory Council, Senior Representative 4. WAYNE WATTS Machias - junior High Kappa Mu Alpha 'I, 2, 3, 43 Men's Athletic Association I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 43 Winter Carnival King Candidate 3, 4. LUANN WILKES Columbia Falls Business Education Student Education Association I, 2, 3, 4g Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4, New York Convention 4. FORREST FRED YATES Litchfield junior High Kappa Delta Phi 'I, 2, 3, 4, Guard 4, Portland Con- vention I3 Student Education Association 'l, 2, 3, 45 Men's Athletic Association 'I, 23 National Rifle Associa- tion I. ADVERTISING IOHN WGRCESTER Class of 1940 representing THE METROPOLITAN LFIFE INSURANCE coMPANYi As professional people you constitute a select market and are en- titled to professional guidance in the selection and programming of your personal insurance. I can assure you of such guidance and will appreciate your business 6 Free Street Machias Phone 255-3823 114 THE LONC-FELLOW AGENCY C. F. Sr D. W. LOOK Contractors General Insurance - Real Estate Telephone 434-2l24 38 Main Street Machias, Maine jonesboro, Maine Dial: 255-3327 THE L. W. LONCFELLOW COMPANY IEROME W. CROWLEY Groceries - Produce - Meats Genera, Store S. S. PIERCE FINE FOODS Telephone 497-5575 We Deliver Telephone 255-4466 Beals, Maine Machias, Maine f 115 l i l l i i i l l i i l i i l i l l i KANMES cosrviETics l l Machias, Maine l Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crandlemire MAWH I NNEY MOTOR CO Ford - Falcon - Mercury - Comet I , Owners Telephone 255-378i l We give Plaid Stamps l Machias, Maine l F. L. CATES Gifts, School Supplies Machias, Maine l 1 i i l l ly, I l l l KELLEY APARTMENTS Bangor - Brewer Telephones- 945-496l, 942-3397, 942-OO86 OAY BROTHERST Wholesale Fruit and Produce jonesboro, Maine Telephone 434-2l l l A. H. BRIDGHAM General Merchandise Dairy Dream Sunoco Gas - Oil Tele-phone 434-5365 jonesboro, Maine I 117 LOOK BROTHERS, INC. General Merchandise Wall Paper and Paint Gas and Oil jonesboro, Maine Telephone 434-237l W. R. MORSE JEWELRY STORE Main Street Machias Telephone 255-3502 i l MACH IAS SAVI NCS BAN K 4 Center Street Machias, Maine Established l 869 OUR SERVICES Savings Accounts Christmas Clubs Safe Deposit Boxes to Rent 1 Bank Money Orders Travelers Cheques Mortgage Loans FHA Insured Mortgage Loans FHA Home lrnprovement Loans Collateral Loans ' Personal Loans RESOURCES 721 MILLION Banking Hours 9 A.M. - 3 P.M. Monday to Friday 9 A.M. - 12 Noon Saturdays Mrs. Crane shows a sweater to Ginny and Sandra. ACHIAS SYSTEM STORE Machias, Maine BOB and ARLENE CRANE invite W. S. T. C. students to come in and browse f 119 "It's Service That Counts" HOTP-OINT QUALITY APPLIANCES Washers Dryers Freezers Refrigerators Ranges Dishwashers STACKPOLE APPLIANCE Main Street Machias, Maine ST. REGIS PAPER COMPANY Whitneyville 120 fl-1-- DOWN EAST 5 AND to, INC 50 to 51.00 Merchandise T Telephone 255-8850 EASTERN TRUST AND PO- BOX 158 Machias, Maine Machias, Maine QCHECKING and SAVINGS ACCOUNTS T Christmas Clubs MACHIAS HARDWARE Real Estate Loans P' ' t d W II Installment Loans on Automobiles and Appliances am an a paper I H d Safety Deposit Boxes Genera ar ware Small Appliances Machias, Maine li- 121 i Richord W. Whitney, D.M.D. Ellsworth, Maine Plonte's Groceries Confectioneries Beverages NEW MACHIAS CLEANERS ond LAUNDRY Prompt Service and Dependability Telephone 255-3833 87 Main Street Machias, Maine HANCOCK COUNTY CREAM ERY Ellsworth, Maine Quality Local Dairy Products through Cooperative Marketing Milk - Cream - Ice Cream - Butter E. Ci. McicLAUCH LAN Machias, Maine Mobilheat l 122 PASSAMAQUODDY LUMBER COMPANY Princeton - Whitneyville Z 123 jonesboro Telephone Co. jonesboro, Maine Ferris Lunch Machias, Maine WHOLESALE TIRES, INC Machias, Maine l Tl-lE lVlERRl LL TRUST CCJIVIPANY lVlachias, Maine I' Member of the Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Young People have what it takes to build up our community. Ambition and initiative are priceless qualities which we value highly at our bank. Many of our substantial accounts have grown from modest beginnings. O-ur hats are off to the young people, and our latchstring is always out to them, 124 A iii-"' ihe gir.s admire Doug's choice- at Howard's HOWARUS MEN'S SHOP HQWARD R. MALLAR, Prop. The Quality Store for Men and Boys Dial 255-3671 Machias, Maine Z' 125 VINER'S MUSIC COMPANY D. gc New Englanavs Largest and Machias, Maine Most Complete Music Store Telephone 9494 20-24 Broad Street Bangor, Maine ELo WIGHT'S SPORTING GOODS 54 State Street Bangor Maine School Jackets Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3761 Spalding, Rawlings team equipment Ski clothing, boats, skis and accessories Complete trophy line - 24 hour rvica, BERRY'S ESSO Atlas Tires and Tubes Gas and Oil PROMPT SERVICE Main Street, Machias Telephone 255-32l2 f 127 Mochios Bokery Quality Home Baked Products Wedding and Birthday Cakes a Specialty Try Our French and Danish Pastries Dial 255-3575 Machias, Maine Coloniol Theoter EDDIE FOSS Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3751 STAR BEEF COMPANY GAY'S SUPERMARKETS 77 Railroad Street Washington County's Flnest Food Stores Bangor, Maine . MI . Area Code 207, Telephone 942-7341 Mamas 'budge Beef - Pork - Veal - Lamb - Provisions Top Value Stamps Complete Line of Groceries and Frozen Foods Gm' in First Place, 128 HAWKINS' SERVICE QUODDY CHEVROLET Rambler and Scou S Z S and Same LUBEC AUTQ PARTS Machias, Maine Machias, Main-e T I phone 244-3775 ff 129 MAINE HARDWOOD PRODUCTS, INC. Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3758 L. S, CRANE, INC. SCI-IOPPEE'S DAIRY i BANGQR HYDRO ELECTRIC COMPANY Your Lofw C ost Elecmfical Sevfwm Serving Eastern Maine 1, S1WHP W5W +C Students en1oy a meal at Helen s HEEE S RE TAURANT Mam Street Maduas, Mame 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 -11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 11 1 11 1,1 1 1' 11 11 1 1 '1 11 1, 111 1 111 511 1 W '31' 11 11 11 11 111' 1: 111' ' 11 11 1'1 '1 1' 1 11 1 1111 1 111 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 111 1 11 1 11 1 11 ' 21 1 1 91 111 1 111 11' 1 11 1,1 1 Q,- 1 1 11 ,1 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 1 1111 11 16 111 11 111 1 1 1 111 1'1 11 1,11 111 1' 111 11 1 111 M1 1 111 1 1111 111 1 1m 111' - 1 11 ,11 1 1, 1111 1' 1111 , 11 111 11 11,1 11 11121 11 1,11 Q 111 17111 1 111 111 1 1'1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 111 1 1 111 , 1 111 1 1111 1 11 11111 11 '111 1 1, 11 11 111 1 1111 1 11 111 1 15 1 11 . , 111 111 11 1 111 11 11 1 111 111 11 1 11 11 11 1111 1'1 1 '11 11 1 1 111 11 11 11 1 1 I 111 1: U 11 111 1' 1 1111 11 1,1 11 1 1 I1 11 1 1 11 1, 11 115 11 115 ,1 1 1 1111 1 1 . 11 11 1 1111 1 111',1 11 T 1 11, 1 1 1 1 111' , 11 11111 11 1 Y 11 11 1,111 11 11 111 1111 111 1'1,1 11 1 1, 1 1 11 11,11 1, ,1 11 1 1 111' 1 ' 1111 1 1' 11 1115111 11 111j 11 , 11111'1 11111 1111 1' K1 11: 1 111 1, 1'1 '1 1' 11 111 1,1111 11'111 11,11 1111111 11 11 1. ,11 11'11 11,11 1 1 U 1 1 , 11,1 1 QUGDDY WIGWAM PERRY FARMERS' UNION GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Qasddy Msssassas Grain, Flour, and Feed Indian Basksts Deerskin Gloves and Handbags Perry, Maine Eastport 853-2891 Perry, Maine PottIe's Garage Little River Restaurant Cas - Oil - Tires - Accessories Home Cooking General Repairing in Caters to small parties and banquets Perry, Maine Located on Route I Eastport 853-4400 Perry, Maine Millarcl A. Whitney Telephone 255-8700 The Atwoods 5 Bridge Street Perry' Maine - G'f Machias, Maine Yarns its Chrysler - Plymouth - Valiant zippers - Buttons Sales - Service 133 Kuno B. Leof Pekry, Maine Aclorns' Cosh Store Meats - Groceries - Gas , Est. Telephone 853-28l6 LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS North Perry, Maine Remodeling of all types P.O. Box 58 Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3362 L. P. MALLAR Plumbing and Heating Tel. 255-3 I 74 Machias, Maine 134 WATTS' PHOT0 SHCP 76 Main Street Machias, Maine -ff 135 PARLIN GARDENS E. L. C-OLDSMITH Complete Insurance Service Flowers For All Occasions Machias, Maine Telephone 255-363l Machias, Maine PIN E CON E RESTAU RANT Welcomes everyone to co-me as they are and enjoy our fine foods and friendly atmosphere. Ladies' and Childrenls Wear Steaks, Clams, Southern tried chicken Machias, Maine "From a Sandwich to a Banquet" Dublin Street, Machias, Maine Dial 255-6647 136 4 i. 5. .4 ,J if Q .V in rl ,V Yi gs M we J f T if in TGlVllVlY'S LUNCH Fountain Service F EATURING-Businessmen's Lunch Noon Specials College students always welcomed Students wait to be served at Tommy's. FOSTER'S STORE FOR SALE 60 M ' S ' am treat Lumber and Building Material Machiasi, Maine , Boat Lumber a Speczalty C0mPlCte Babi' DCPa1'fmCnt Aluminum Storm Windows and Doors Patent Medicines ESTATE OF FRED B. PINEC Luncheonetfe Columbia Falls-Phones: "College students welcome" 483-6629 or 483-2946 JOHNSON JEWELRY STORE 54 Main Street Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3109 For Gifts You'll Be Proud to Own or Give Diamonds, Jewelry, Watches Silverware and Gifts Motorola Radios and Television Electrical Appliances It's Always A PLEASURE to Serve You at JohnsOn's. Buy STOKLEYS Canned and Frozen 'Foods from Your Local Independent Grocer Distributed by ARTHUR CHAPIN COMPANY Bangor, Maine 7 139 Baby Classmates Enna Jettick American Girl CILSON'S SHOE STORE A Complete Selection of Men's and Boys' Shoes 53 Main Street Machias, Maine Telephone 255-3803 The Country Kitchen Columbia, Maine Coco Colo Bottling Compony North and Bruce Street Machias, Maine Telephone 255-4475 KENNEY DUPLICATOR COMPANY i Ollice Mach'nes and Equipment 159 State Street Bangor, Maine Phone 942-8441 VIRCIL GARDNER Machias Maine GOLDSMITH'S OF ol.o TOWN Specialists in Sorority, Fraternity, and Organizational Emblems and Outlits Tele-phage 7-2091 of 7-3224 "On the Main Street." W 4 140 ' COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY Job Printing Letterheads Envelopes Blllheede Booklets SCHQOL ANNUALS 'X 141 l l l Karl V. 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