Upper Kennebec Valley High School - Boreas Yearbook (Bingham, ME)

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f.-Mrk K ww wax, --'.-flfb' :Milli QF' 4 1 'r E 1 f F s E. 4 A 'Ia Q2 fm Q3 I " , f ' p ,-f- ....?" 1""f- . l lo- Avktsi' Ken- f vi Q lpQ : fx H fm Ranma THE xvofefw m ND,- NEVBORN IKOME FROM THE XVORUKMNQ Cmw OF IC E HND sffom STRHMGE7? 1 VHNDER 111014 PRR mom MYXWZXV V5 zwwi. WELCOME M E 75 Yom M10 SI BEFIUEIVD M5 uv MY Your-1, fY0URf5H!12E 77017 I WZ! 612911 E WUWO OD W0 I3 ECUMZ? EVVSAMWED fi L OW? L SOIV OF BXXVGHWY I-X16 M Deofcafzon X ,Ig In recognition of his willing helpfulness, his friendly services as a homeroom teacher, and his achievements in the Science Department, we the members of the Boreas Staff proudly dedicate this twenty- eighth edition of the Boreas to MR. CLARK A. SHHZMAN, IR. The students of B. H. S. have come to appreciate and greatly bene- fit from his long hours of hard work and planning which transformed "the pit" from a drab dungeon to a livable homeroom. JAY CALKINS, Principal, Univer- sity of Maine, B.S. and M.Ed: Trigonometry, Guidance. CLARK SHERMAN, University of Maine, B. S. 5 Biology A, B, C,D, Chemistry. GERALDINE HANNAY, Colby Col- lege, B.A.g English 1l,12, Latin 1 and 2, Library. NETTIE LAHTI, Farmington State Teachers College, B.S.: World History A and B. EVELYN ATWOOD, Boston Univer- sity, Mass., B.A.g Am. Hist., World History, Prob. of Dem. , Social Living, French l-II. THOMAS COLLINS, St. Mary's University, Tex., B.A.: Eng. 9- 10, Drivers' Education. EDWARD DINGLEY, University of Maine, B. S.: Drivers' Education and Physical Education. f ROSALIE GREEN, Husson College, B.S.g Shorthand, Typing, Book- keeping, Office Practice, General Business. RALPH RYDER, Farmington State Teachers' College, B. S.g Baseball and Girls' Basketball. MAURICE CHABOT, University of Maine, B.A.g Gen. Math, Algebra I-II, Plane Geo. and Sen. Science. i .-maj sibi Zoreas Cgfgff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF --------------------------------- Carol Beane ASSISTANT EDITOR - - - - - Cheryl Frost BUSINESS MANAGER - - - - Miss Green COMMERCIAL EDITOR - - - - - - ----- - - - - - - - - - Mary Leavitt ADVERTISING MANAGER -------- ' ------------------- Sharon McCollar ASSISTANTS - - S. Duplesse, C. Strout, D. Rollins, F. Cates, M. Leavitt, C. McLaughlin D. Hansen, N. McAllister, L. Corbin, B. McLaughlin SUBSCRIPTION MANAGER - - --------------------- Essie Hunnewell ASSISTANTS ------- ---------------- I . Mihovan, E. Orcutt ART EDITOR - - - ------------ Ardeana Hamlin ASSISTANTS - - - - G. Barron, G. Beane, T. Spaulding ALUMNI EDITOR - - ------------- Nancy Rollins ASSISTANT - - ------ ------- P . Rollins PHOTO EDITOR - - ----- Suzanne Sterling ASSISTANTS - - - - C. Forsythe, S. Duplessis SENIOR EDITOR - - -------- Carol Beane ASSISTANTS - - - - N. McAllister, C. Frost GIRLS' SPORTS - - -------- Ruth Cool ASSISTANTS - - ------ P. Bourque, S. Sterling BOYS' SPORTS - - - ------ M. Fournier, L. Boyington CLASS EDITORS - - - --------------- - - - Seniors: B. McLaughlin, M. Leavitt Juniorsz C. Forsythe Sophomores: G. Beane Freshmen: I . Moore EXCHANGE EDITOR ----------------------- ------ B etty McLaughlin MUSIC EDITOR ---- ----------- ---------- I o an McIntosh, C. Forsythe SALES EDITOR - - --------- James Beane The staff of the 1962 BOREAS extend their appreciation to everyone who has helped in com- piling this annual. We also wish to thank the advertisers, without whose financialsupport this annual could not have been printed. Wessaye gram life jjrzkzcijoaf 5 5. ' -can-. Many former Bingham High Students will undoubtedly view with regret the passing of Bing- ham High. Few, however, would deny the need for more adequate facilities and a broader ed- ucational program for the students of the area. It is our sincere hope that this year's senior class and all alumni of "old Bingham High" will consider themselves a part of the New District High School. It should be a source of pleasure for you to view these new facilities and to watch and assist in the formulation of the program. It should be a source of pride for you as citizens and parents to have had a part or to take part in this transition from the past. Much needs to be done to make the most effective use of our new facilities. Students, teachers, parents and alumni should keep informed of and may be asked to assist in the formu- lation of policy and the building of the program. As students, you should be concerned with taking the greatest advantage of the facilities and program and with taking a more responsible attitude toward helping make your school a better place in which to learn. Our alumni and parents should strive to inform themselves of the factors that make a strong school and through encouragement and support bring them into being. Your memories of "Bingham High" will be touched with nostalgia and rightly so. By re- taining the best traditions of the past and building new traditions in the present let's make an interesting "blend" for the future memories. This page is sponsored by THE ALLEN OUIMBY VENEER COMPANY Bingham, Maine Zzgfarldns LIBRARIANS: Sharon McCollor, Nancy Hamlin, Katherine Roy, Cheryl Frost, Ardena Hamlin Mrs. Hannay. Offfce 9176 E Z i i OFFICE GIRLS: Carlene McLaughlin, Mary Leavitt, Cheryl Dickenson, Mr. Calkins, Faylene Cates, Pauline Rollins, Betty McLaughlin. ABSENT: Nancy Michaud. QL 9,5 'GFX f V 1 Q H QYl1:"'7 1 ew? cw 'IPQ . xv 3 'Ig KE hgh SW? 3' M 2 M X K gf In 1 A W Q A5 l If 'z S 1 ffjn if ! Qt lm! :gf w ii 5 f f f 5+ A E , X L ..0g-JA.. w 4 I A W-S . ' 7 A MRS. mucus, HT TI! lgQRHbl,i- and vgigfm 91216143 BRIAN CONEY ATWOOD "Brian" College "As land is improved by sowing lt with various seeds, so ls the mind by exercising it with different studies. " - Melmoth Among Brian's many athletic interests is skindiving, which should be an asset to him while in the U. S. Navy. Our best to him. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 25 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Junior Prom Attendant 35 I.V. 15 National Honor Society 45 Senior Play 4. NORMAN CLIFFORD ATWOOD "Norm" General "The turnpike road to most people's hearts, I find lies through their mouths, or I mistake mankind." - Wolcott We know the culinary arts are Norm's pride and joy. We wish him the best of luck in M. V.T.I. and we know he will be happy when he has his own restaurant. Baseball Manager 1,2, 35 Honor Roll 1, 25 Class President 25 Mr. Iunior 35 Senior Play 4. RICHARD LAWRENCE ATWOOD "Dick" General "It is better for a young man to blush than to turn pale. " - Cicero Dick has been our prize pitcher and has pitched several "shut outs" over a few "no hitters." With his abilities as a ballplayer, we hope that he will be the next Maine boy in the Majors. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1. CAROL ANNE BEANE "Beanie" College "Al1 history is but a romance unless it is studied as an example." - Croly No one has taken a more active part in everything in four years than Carol. She has always worked hard for the class and she has their best wishes for the future. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics 25 K.V. 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Class President 3, Vice Pres- ident 25 Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Boreas 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 45 D.A.R. Candidate 45 Miss Junior 35 Senior Play 4. CAROLSUE BEANE "Carolsue" College "A good laugh is sunshine in a house. " - Thackeray Carolsue always has a smile and a good word for everyone. She has won the friendship of all and she is sure to continue to win it as a nurse. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 4g Senior Play 4. GERARD LEE BENNETT "Gerry" General "Light is the task' where many share the toil." - Homer Gerry, as a bus student, has been unable to participate in extra- curricular activities, but his wisdom and helpful spirit here at B. H,S will be treasured always by his classmates. Baseball 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. EARLAND FRED BRADLEY "Brad" College "The study of mathematics cultivates the reason." - Edwards Although Earland has been with us only one year, his fine sense of humor and artistic talent have livened our class. Transferred from Madison. Honor Roll lg Cross Country 1, 2g Track 3, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Science Club 3g Boreas 4g Student Council 45 Senior Play 4. LAWRENCE GORHAM CLARK "Larry" General "Agriculture not only gives riches to a nation, but the only riches she can call her own." - Johnson Larry has been a quiet member of our class, but at times he shows that he has plenty of spirit. We hope someday he will own the big farm of his dream. I.V. 1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY EPHREM CORBIN "Larry" General "Live as if you expected to live a hundred years but might die to- morrow." - Lee Larry has always helped us when we needed it most. He has also been a big help to the Student Council. We all wish him the best of luck in whatever he does. I.V. 1,2, 3, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Basketball 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Student Council Pres- ident 4, Vice President 3, Boreas 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. CHERYL BLANDINE FROST "Cherrie" College 'Friendship often ends in love, but love in friendship never." - Colton We all admire Cheryl for the great job she has done in cheering. When one of the cheerleaders became ill, Cherrie went in for her and was so good that they kept her all the year. Our best to you! Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, Student Council 3, Boreas 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Librarian 4, Junior Prom Attendant 3, Senior Play. ION BRIAN GUAY "Ion" College "There is no eloquence without a man behind it." - Emerson With Jon's persuasive powers as an orator we are sure that he will be successful. St. Francis will be lucky to have you in his midst. Basketball 3, 4, J.V. 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, K.V. 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Boys' State 3, Prize Speaking 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Marshall 3, Senior Play 4. MAYNARD HARLEY HILL "Sadie" General "Every man has his devilish moments." - Lavator With Maynard's unusual business and mechanical abilities we ex- pect to hear that he has become proprietor of a chain of garages. Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, Junior Prom Attendant 3, Senior Play 4. NANCY CAROL HOOPER "Nan" Commercial "Speech is greatg but Silence is greater. " - Nancy, who has not been very active in extracurricular activities, will make amends for it in the future. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Graduation Usher 3g Senior Play 4. RONALD D. KERSHNER "Ronnie" General "A light heart lives long." - Shakespeare Ronald's cheerful disposition makes him welcome in any group and his abilities as a sportsman are outstanding. I.V. 1,23 Band 1,23 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1. MARY LEE LEAVITT "Bea" Commercial "Of plain sound sense life's current coin is made." - Young Mary, who quite often has a case of the giggles, can truly be seri- ous when the occasion calls for it, as is shown by co-operation in Li- brary, extra typing, and teamwork in Basketball. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Junior Prom Attendant 3g Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4g Senior Play 4g Office Helper 3, 4. IOHN DALE MALLOY "Johnny" General "Speak but little and well if you would be esteemed a man of merit. " - Trench John has brought fame to B.H.S. with his ability in athletics. We are all proud of him and hope to see another Cousy. Best wishes always Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g All-Star Basketball 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Attendant 3: Honor Roll lg Senior Play 4. SHARON BLANCHE MCCOLLOR "Sharon" Commercial "A kind heart is a fountain of gladness, making everything in its vicinity to freshen into smiles. " - Irving Sharon's vocal ability gives her a second possible career should she decide to abandon her prospective one as a beautician. Basketball 1, Majorette 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, K.V. 3, 4, All-State 2, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3, Boreas 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Head Cheerleader 4, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. GERALD LEE NICHOLS "Gerry" General "The devil tempts us not. It is we who tempt him, beckoning his skill with opportunity." - Eliot Always ready with something to say, "Gerry" has kept everyone entertained and has managed to stay in trouble. He has made many friends and made everyone happy most of the time. Chorus 3, 4. NANCY MICHAUD MCALLISTER "Nanane" Commercial "A smile is a whisper of a laugh." - A Childs' Definition Nancy has always been the pride and joy of the teachers. She has a smile for everyone and is constantly volunteering her help to others. The Senior Class congratulates her on her achievements. Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4, Boreas Staff 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Librarian 3, National Honor Society 4. BETTY ANN MCLAUGHLIN "Betty Ann" Commercial "Friendship is the shadow of the evening, which strengthens with the setting sun of 1ife." - La Fontaine Betty has been a great help to our class, as secretary. Anyone who can keep our class meetings straight deserves the best. Basketball 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Boreas 3, 4, Cheerleader 4, Office Girl 3, 4, Senior Play 4. NANCY LEE ROLLINS "Tea Rollins" College "There is but one virtue, the eternal sacrifice of self." - Sand Nancy is one of the smarter members of our class. The confidence she has developed through Prize Speaking should help her in her career as a nurse, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary of National Honor Society 4, Boreas 2, 3, 4, Prize Speaking 1, 3, 4, Junior Prom 2nd Attendant 3, Senior Play 4. REGINALD ALFRED ROLLINS "Reggie" College "Every man is a volume if you know how to read him." - Channing Reggie's favorite pastime is horses and horse shows. With his abil- ities we hope to see another Calumet farm. Our best wishes to you. Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, K.V. 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1. KATHERINE MARY ROY "Kathy" College "The temple of our purest thoughts is silence. " - Mrs. S. I . Hale Kathy's quiet manner belies her mental powers. With her punc- tuality and efficiency she is sure to do well in any field. Chorus 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Class President 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 1, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Girls' State 3, Librarian 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4. ROBERT DONALD ROY "Bob" General "If thou desire to be wise, be so wise as to hold thy tongue." - Lavater Robert can be recognized in a crowd by his laugh. He is a good sport and fun to be with. I.V. 1, 2, 3, Baseball 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, IAMES WILFRED WEST "Jimmy" General "Music once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies." - Bulwer Jimmy has played in the high school band all four years and now wonder if it will become his 1lfe's work. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, K. V. 1, 2g Honor Roll 1, 2, Student Council 1, 2, All-Star Basketball 2. CLASS MOTTO: "Not finished, I ust Beginning' CLASS COLOR: Blue and White CLASS FLOWER: Rose OFFICERS ADVISGR N. Rollins, B. McLaughlin, K. Roy Mr. Chabot has his own orchestra, which is very popular in the community. We 1 unzors ROW ONE: R. Cool, I. West, S. Lagasse, C. Forsythe, S. Sterling, S. Smith, D. Rollins, F. Cates. ROW TWO: I. McCollor, C. Atwood, B. Hill, A. Hamlin, S. Duplessis, C. Dickinson C. Strout, K. Belanger, W. Robinson. ROW THREE: R. Brochu, G. Kimball, G. Stevens, P. Frith, C. Beane, D. Hanson, B. Bushey, W. Libby, L. Stevens, I. Shaw, OFFICERS ADVISOR ,ss -.?.',.-:ee A ,tbl ak? if B. Hill, C. Forsythe, G. Kimball Mr, Sherman CSOXU5 0122 01496 ROW 1: I. Corbin, B. Burnpus, L. Wallingford, M. Miller, C. McLaughlin, I. Maclntosh, G. Pelletier, K. Belanger, G. Ellis, I. Belanger, E. Hunnewell. ROW 2: R. Cool, P. Rollins, M Collins, I. Brochu, W. McKay, I. Bossie, F. Bumpus, G. Giberson, A. Hatfield, D. Atwood, N. Woodard, G. Beane, N. Hamlin. ROW 3: M. Miville, L. Bray, D. Berry, D. Baker, W. Barron, I. Beane, E. Spaulding, D. Doherty, A. Lagasse, T. Kershner. OFFICERS ADVISOR ---,.,,,,, 2 ...v"' Win I. Brochu, G. Beane, W. Barron MT- Collins 1495 IZQQI? ROW 1: E. Woodard, L. Wooster, T. Spaulding, ROW TWO: D. Rollins hovan, D. McLaughlin, Fournier, I. Carpenter, Collins, C. McCollor, P. Bourque, C. Ireland, R. B. E. B. S. Atwood, L. Lawyerson, I. Moore, L. Thibodeau. Orcutt, F. Nichols, I. Guay, C. Malloy, J. Mi- Hines, B. Pullen, B. Bossie. ROW THREE: M. Hinkley, M. Maclntyre, P. Read, L. Boylngton, D. Hunnewell, M. Curtis, T. Berry, P. Fournier, G. Barron, I. French, D. Moody. ROW FOUR: S. Curtis, H. Littlefield, G. Bell, C. Rollins, D. Hovey, L. Cates, C. Richards, M. Pierce, D. Beane, D. Rollins, B. Tibbetts S. Small, I. Beane. OFFICERS ADVISOR H. Littlefield, I. Moore, P. Read - M1-5, Atwood g-Wits, aw J Ck OYLL5 Qklwe ,B MCD 9 q IYQLBNM f-fovon A BASEBALL SOC D' 1 2 QQ 1 ea W LRHMATICS . 6? vii-'S' .j E 'DH SKET Bn Lsls J+'a.mX Qsfuofanf G0 uncz' STUDENT COUNCIL SEATED: F. Cates: R. Cool: L. Corbing I. McCol1org C. Beane. STANDING: E. Bradleyg W. McKayg S. Smith. C. Malloyg I. Guayg Mr. Calkins, Advisor. QYaf1bnaf7fbn0r Csoczefy NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SEATED: N. McA1listerg A. I-Iamling B. Hil1gS. Lagasseg S. Sterling. STANDING: Mr. Chabot, Advisor. I. Guayg B. Atwoodg B. Busheyg C. Beaneg K. Royg N. Rollins. 014115 Music was divided into three groups this year -- band, chorus, and glee club. The band and Glee Club plan to play at the Women's Reformatory in Skowhegan twice this year. It will be the first band known in Maine history to play at a reformatory. We have the honor of being host for the Eastern Maine Music Festival in May, and will also be in the Sesquicentennial this summer. All three groups have new music which we are working hard on for our concert in May We all owe our thanks and appreciation to our director, Mrs. Knight, who has done so much to bring music to our school, and our town. DIRECTOR . 35 ' l if 'ff' ffl 5"'fx This page is sponsored by LIDSTONE'S MARKET MR. ORINI. HILL DR. A. BERNARD Bingham, Maine Skowhegan, Maine .Zmmf ROW 1: D. Moody, L. Clark, L. Boyington, M. Hill, I. West, D. Hovey, F. Bumpus, T. Spalding, S. Duplessis, C. Forsythe, J. MacIntosh. ROW 2: Head Majorette A. Hamlin, L. Wallingford, E. Orcutt, B. Hill, G. Beane, W. Robinson, C. Strout, I. Mihovan, C. Beane, B. Hines, P. Rollins, I. Moore, N. Rollins, Mrs. Knight. ROW 3: S. Hinkley, C. Beane, B Bushey, D. Hanson, M. Pierce, P. Fournier, M. Curtis, I. Bray, D. Baker, G. Giberson, F. Cates, S. Sterling. ROW 4: Majorettes E. Hunnewell, D. Beane, D. Hunnewell, I. McCol- lor, M. Maclntyre, C. Beane, A. Lagasse, G. Kimball, S. Small. Jfffqbreffes Left to right: Pauline Bourque, Cheryl Miller, Barbara Pullen, Jacqueline Corbin, Brenda Bumpus, and Sharon Smith. gram afzbs SEATED: Mrs. Atwood, Director, M. Leavitt, C. Frost, C. Beane, K. Roy, B. McLaughlin, C. Beane, S. McCollar. STANDING: N. Hooper, E. Bradley, N. Atwood, M. Hill, L. Corbin, I. Guay, N. Rollins. Ska C115 t ROW 1: S. Dupllsses, C. Forsythe, J. West, E. Hunnewell, I. Corbin, M. Leavitt, S. Mc- Collar, S. 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M wesf. :xv Q f I nr- Q- ' 'Eff' gi-'Cflqn'f'E fp 'X 'ka . R , . . gym A Miz., 2 'Mk ,A s , 1 il N, ' - mg 5 Qui: KE' 3? ,g "L ' W ,Qu ,. f 6 g g. , fl - , Y wa-'XJ Q- A . v Y N NHKE Wmkxg' . I' gfyie fii ,gvn I gi . . N., ,, gh Q ,gt K if 1 K Ag L Mi S FA if I Q .. ,Qi . , aw Y fb 'Jani I kphni? 50 RWWB 'Yhfxg WEN .f-57 1.. A W f 1 4 .I ,,. 1 ' :DUNQ C146 5 1, ' LCS WUQT S P X xx 0 T EF wk 5, . " "I ,',,Q,- lx Z ? SX ,i-Q-"-""- f X ' GEN Q ff S1-EANHQT KQQSK Uarszfy' ROW 1: Coach Mr. Dingley, B. Atwood, J. West, M. Hill, I. Malloy, R. Atwood, J. Guay. ROW 2: B. Bushey, L. Bray, E. Bradley, L. Stevens, K. Belanger, J. McCo11or, L. Corbin, W. Libby. , 11121014 UarJ1Q ROW 1: D. Doherty, J. French, D. Atwood. I. Brochu, A. Lagasse, P. Read, L. Boyington. ROW 2: M. Curtis, J. Carpenter, M. Fournier, W. Barron, G. Barron. I. Beane, P. Fournier Coach Mr. Chabot. ROW 3: R. Brochu, D. Rollins, G. Bell, M. Collins, M. Miville. This page sponsored by HILL'S VARIETY G. S. GIBERSON BUSHEY 8,1 STERLING Bingham, Maine James West Maynard Hill John Malloy Richard Atwood Leslie Bray Brian Atwood Ion Guay Larry Corbin John McCo1lor Kenneth Belanger William Libby Lyle Stevens This page is sponsored by DR. G. E. VERMETTE DR. PHILIP RUSSAKOFF SKOWHEGAN BUSINESS SCHOOL Skowhegan, Maine Clockwisez D. Atwood, J. West, I. Malloy, M. Hill, Coach Dingley, J. Guay. l Captain JOHN MALLOY and Coach ED DINGLEY CAVALIERS The Cavaliers were highly successful this season winning 12 out of 16 games. The Cava- liers were third seeded in the tournament at Hampden Academy at Hampden. The Cavaliers won the Hartland games 59-56. The second game with Herman was lost by a very small mar- gin 64-61. We are very proud of Johnny Malloy and Jimmy West for their great assistance this season Johnny Malloy and Jimmy West represented us at the All-Star Game, February 2, at North Anson. Mike Fornier 65 Larry Boyinton 65 1961- 62 SCORES Bingham Athens ----- 26 Bingham - - 85 Athens - Bingham Harmony ---- 51 Bingham - - 62 Harmony Bingham Monson ----- 51 Bingham - - 59 Monson - Bingham Jackman - - 43 Bingham - - 92 Jackman Bingham Solon ------ 38 Bingham - - 93 Solon - - Bingham Central ---- 48 Bingham - - 63 Central - Bingham Anson - - - - 49 Bingham - - 63 Anson - - Bingham Faculty ---- -52 Bingham - - 59 Hartland Bingham Alumnie - - 41 Bingham - - 61 Hermon - Team Average 64.1 Points Opponents Average 47 Points This page sponsored by PAUL GUAY Jackman, Maine ZMYQHQH BACK: R. Hatfield, L. Mallou, B. Liffy, C. Atwood, K. Belanger, S. Cates, L. Fournier, I. West, L. Corbin, N. Atwood, Mr. Ryder. FRONT: J. McCo1lor, I. Guay, I. Brochu, L. Bray, B. McKay, I. Malloy, D. Atwood. 1961 U. K. V. C. CHAMPIONS A The Cavaliers went all the way under Coach Ralph Ryder, winning all six contests. Dick Atwood had a great season with a 4-0 record, one of his victories being a no-hitter, a prize for any pitcher, Ion Guay also hurled a no-hitter for his only game, while Larry Malloy tossed a shut-out in his initial start. Out front in the slugging campaign were John Malloy . 434, Dick Atwood ,400, and Jimmie West . 323. In the final game John Malloy belted a grand slam homer over the left-field fence in Solon driving in four runs and insuring Bingham with a vic- tory and the championship. With eleven letter men returning, it looks as if we might have the cup for a few more years to come. Congratulations, Coach Ryder and team, and good luck in the forthcoming campaign. 1961 RESULTS fLeague Gamesj Bingham 8 North Anson 3 Bingham 13 Harmony 1 Bingham 23 Athens O Bingham 16 Monson 2 Bingham 10 Central 2 Bingham '7 Solon 1 Mike Fournier '65 Larry Boyington '65 f A glflffs Zasfefgaf STANDING: L. Collins, S. Sterling, L. Wallingford, T. Spaulding, E. Orcutt, C. Malloy, D McLaughlin, Coach Ralph Ryder, I. Mihovan, B. Hines, K. Belanger, B. Pullen, M. Miller, S. Smith, G. Beane. KNEELING: I. Moore, Mgr. 5 C. Beane, M. Leavitt, Co-Captainsg R. Cool, Mgr. The Bingham Cavalettes have put themselves in second place this season. Although the girls did all of the actual playing, the victories would not have been possible without the excellent coaching of Mr. Ryder. On behalf of the team, Carol, Cgach Ryder, Mary I wish to express our sincere thanks. We are losing two fine players this season, Mary Leavitt and Carol Beane. We have some very promising players in the Freshman class, who will be here next season when we will be playing in our new gym. Suzanne Sterling and Kathy Belanger represented us at the All-Star Game. It was the second time for Sue. She was high scorer for the season with 212 points in 17 games. Barb Pullen, 147 points and Sharon Smith, 117 points also helped us to have such a good season. We hope that next season we can bring home the trophy to help decorate the new trophy case in the new school. The Bingham average was 36.7 points per game and the opponents average was 27. 6 points per game. --Ruth Cool KATHY BELANGER SHARON SMITH MARY LEAVITT CAROL BEANE This page is sponsored by Q ' A WW. L, f ,. W ,N..v.,s:..::w LINDA WA LLINGFORD SUZA NNE STERLING HAINES DRUG STORE SKOWHEGAN SAVINGS BANK Skowhegan, Maine ZUA12 fer asp offs Left to right: Gene Kimball, Dana Doherty, David Baker, Mr. Collins. Gross Gounfry ROW 1, Left to right: Thomas Berry, John Brochu, William McKay. ROW 2, Left to right: Mr. Sherman, Leslie Bray, Lyle Stevens, Albert Lagassee V7 HJ QHOTU mYf4Vm1'ss 13-IUfWm'0Y Abc! Ai-YAQWAEW-YS wqgw if Q OW QJWISV 41 WQYW as ik Wm 1 , Qi.- , , 1 ai' ix Pi ! 2 ,F wk , f 4 AM , A f' 4 Q 3 z 'X Q gi? My k A " N' .,.jg - iz ' ' ' . ' J f ' --f' A I ' ' pf' ' f H A . .-1 QQ v 4 I J 5 5 g f I ini fig .' 'nf-H' - ii M 3' m ag fQQP5f vyfifi f 7 W fflf: 1 'T L ff ' ' M fpR,,,,lH3-M535 Mos-if A'N'hleNM'Q '8es+ 'Ph 3-S1"fb11e LLJORSY :FLSMS Sh-593+ ,, 4 P Successes 'Bos-5 mnessee mosi' TAI KA-Nye N0-S+ OPl"nionA+ed 1Bes+ IJ.nNceRS - X Zim f O ff f f f g O. X S6111 OWS Sed' Looliinfag Shokksi- 'YVM 765+ 5-vxbws LH57' Wbwig -'11 iig, , -J 'v ' 5 1 -- - f i, 2' A ...Q 5' K ff ' Yff Si' Q , Wig, ' - H , S ' J W g -' Tvs Nivftr Y'm1'xQ'-D NX L A -gs"L+ J uwik - l 0 6 AJ 'Sf' ST mfs , Cfjasferfz jzpazrze .WZIJIC geshbaf The Eastern Maine Music Festival which is to be held in Bingham on May 12, 1962 is made up of all the bands and choruses in this area. It includes Junior and Sen- lor Bands, Twlrlers, Drill Teams, Cheerleaders, mixed choruses, all boy and all glrl choruses, and glee clubs. Each year all these schools meet in some town, usually just for the day. This will be the first time in several years that a night concert has been held. The main reason for this was the lack of space for students who live long distances away to stay. On the night preceding the day's festivities, representatives from all the areas taking part, will play or sing either as soloists or in small groups, not whole bands, as there lsn't room and lt would constitute mass confusion. All directors will be present with their groups. The big day for Bingham and surrounding towns will start approximately at eight o'clock. From then until noon auditions will be held for every group, at the-Elementary School Gym, the Grange Hall, or the Congregational Church. These auditions are to help each group to overcome their weak points and to better their strong points. Those students who are not busy may visit and listen to others or just walk around the town, buy souvenirs or eat lunch. From twelve o'clock until two will be free time for every- one. Then comes the big parade. All parade participants board buses and ride to the Moscow Elementary School, where the line forms, each group organizing beside their sign. Being the host band, we lead the parade. The destination and end of a big day lies back in Bingham at the Elementary School yard. To Mrs. Knight we extend our sincere thanks for her hard work in planning and making this event a success. -- Caryl Ann Forsythe President of Sr. Band 1oEI:'i'5 X. - f X p snr . M x g txzopreczdbbn We the members of the Boreas Staff, wish to dedicate this page of the Boreas to our two very loyal newspaper women Eva D Bachelder and Elizabeth Jordan. These two women have been very faithful reporting all town and school news. Mrs. Jordan, who writes for the Bangor Daily News, has long been our authority on Bingham history, and is also our town's librarian. She is always very inter- ested ln the happenings around town and is very prompt in reporting them. Mrs. Jordan thinks not only of the older folks in town, but also of the younger children. Each year a group of first and second grade pupils vlslt her at the library, where she talks to them about books and reads them stories. Mrs. Jor- dan has also been very helpful to the high school sen- iors in the past by helping them with material for term papers. Thank you, Mrs. Jordan, for your keen interest in all the people of out town. Mrs. Bachelder, who writes for the Waterville Morn- ing Sentinel, is also Bingham's town clerk. Because she has a car it is a little easier for her to get around than it is for Mrs. Jordan, therefore, Mrs. Bachelder takes a great many pictures, especially of our numer- ous school actlvlties. Whenever there is something going on at school or elsewhere, she is on the spot with her camera. I have also noticed that Mrs. Bachelder NEVER misses our home basketball games! You can always find her smiling face on the right- hand side of the stage in the front row. Thank you, Mrs. Bachelder, for your interest in us and our school and town. -- Suzanne Sterling '63 I X K S 12 7 Q 1 xx it Ex 3, 9 5. 5 1 , , um. , H: fm if 2 A Vhn gf3'4 4' :F-Yfcn mm: S662 cuff- here' awk W , fx, Vsa+lM Tim 99,1 ii ' - f jijfx i 4.,- N.,':N R f X., L. Q9 . 335 .' X' Qi Q Qui' 'We Sv-2' in is bfiah-rag, Qfggffgiggg Ls'Hie GTYIG ZFIOSSIE ,095 ,Kb csesyuzcen fezznzdf The town of Bingham is located 23 miles N. N. W. of Skowhegan. It was first settled in 1784 and was incorporated February 6, 1812, named in honor of William Bingham. The town has an area of 23, 040 acres. The population in 1850 was '752 as compared to 1, 300 today. The year 1962 marks the 150th anniversary of this small New England town. The local Chamber of Commerce has been working hard planning festivities for the summer months. A beard-growing contest started in January and opened the celebration followed in May by the Eastern Maine Music Festival. Three days of festiv- ities are in store for everyone in Iuly as the log rollers show us how it's done. Bands, fire engines, and horses will head a gala parade that citizens will remember for years to come. All this and more. If appointments allow, we will have the honor of a visit and speech from Governor John H. Reed. As we go to press, these are some events you can look forward to. The Chamber of Commerce and local clubs deserve both praise and congratulations for the time and effort spent in making this a delightful and enjoyable summer for all. BEST WISHES TO THE TOWN OF BINGHAM ON ITS 150TH BIRTHDAY. Ka'-5 9011? A 1-if r rf as f 9" ' '37- ifzflzf' . 57? 1 av-4 'kr .5-. ,if . 3, ir- 7.2 -I ' 51 g-a 1 .P 1 'Q: -' - -nf fl , I Tsg' . A.-'ff - fjlfffs Ai .I- W ' ? -T': '-., X -gf x ff r A a re rf 95, 'AJ "Class of 1958" Lorraine Ashcroft - fMrs. Linwood Leavittj Pittsfield, Maine Betty Atwood - qMrs. Richard Corony 1 child, Waterville, Maine Kenneth Atwood - Allen Quimby Veneer Co. , Bingham, Maine Stanley Atwood - At home, Bingham, Malne Francis Austm - Allen Quimby Veneer Co., Bingham, Maine Cecil Beane - U. S. Army, Kentucky Nancy Belanger - QMrs. Don Robertsonj 1 child, Bingham, Maine Bernard Berry - U. S. Air Force Clyne Bigelow - U. S. Air Force, Canada Robert Bossie - U. S. Air Force, Germany James Carl - Allen Quimby Veneer Co. , Bingham, Maine Allen Cates - Employed by Cecil Laweryson, Bingham, Maine Paul Corbln - U. S. Air Force, Minnesota Keith Davis - Pratt E. Abbott, S. Portland, Maine James Demko - U. S. Air Force Barton Hill - Farmington State Teacher's College, Farmington, Maine Rodney Kershner - Thomas Junior College, Waterville, Maine Theressa Lagasse - qMrs. Virgil Bonneauj 2 children, Skowhegan, Maine Norman Mlchaud - Maridan, Connecticut Dale Miller - Employed by Gilbert Miller, Bingham, Maine Beverly Page - University of Maine, Orono, Maine "Class of 1958" Ccont.J Sylviana Pelletier - qlvlrs. Rodney Rolfey Federal Trust Kc Banking Co. , Bingham, Maine Lorrine Roy - QMrs. Stephen Hutchinsj 1 child, Moscow, Maine Janice Quint - CMrs. Russell Burnsj University of Maine, Orono, Maine Dorothy Smith - Telephone Operator, Bridgeport, Conn. Carolyn Hill - QMrs. James Desmaraisj Springvale, Maine "Class of 1959" Lionel Clark - U. S. Air Force, Shilling Air Base, Salina, Kansas Kathryn Fournier - Grays Business College, Portland, Maine Blanch Levasseur - fMrs. Harry Abraham Jr.J 2 children, Moscow, Maine Janice Laweryson - CMrs. Gurdon Boothbyj 1 child, Skowhegan, Maine Joan McCollar - qMrs. Lionel Clarky 1 child, Salina, Kan. Loren Miller - M. V. T. I., Portland, Maine Merle McCollar - Quimby Veneer Co. , Bingham, Maine Rose Mazerolle - qMrs. Ronald Frazierj Farmington, Maine Joan Morris - No information available Jo Anne Shaw - Qlvirs. Michael Dolleyj Orono, Maine Charlene Waugh - fMrs. Clark Shermanj 1 child, Bingham, Maine Marie Wing - Thomas Junior College, Waterville, Maine Mary Wing - Pharmacy, Slster's Hospital, Waterville, Maine Samuel White - Allen Quimby Veneer Co. , Bingham, Maine Colby York - Employed by York Bros. , Caratunk, Maine "Class of l959" fcont.j Roberta Smith - fMrs. Edwin Burrj 2 children, Fairfield, Connecticut "C1ass of 1960" Carol Atwood - University ofMaine, Orono, Maine Leslie Beane - U. S. Air Force, Westover Air Base, Springfield, Massachusetts Nancy Bumpus - Thomas Junior College, Waterville, Maine Linda Chasse - Nasson College, Springvale, Maine Horace Davis - U. S. Air Force, Ohio Lowell Flanders - Eastern Nazerene College, Quincy, Mass. Patricia Gibbons - Ogden, Utah Craig Hamlin - M. V. T. I., Portland, Maine Carolyn Hovey - At home, Bingham, Maine Eugene Hunnewell - At home, Bingham, Maine Marie Ethel Leavitt - Sampsons Accounting Dept. , Skowhegan, Maine Judith Mathews - Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida James McLaughlin - U. S. Marines Rena Pelletier - QMrs. Basil Wardj Bridgton, Maine Michael Read - U. S. Air Force, Germany Norma Robinson - fMrs. Dale Millerj Bingham, Maine Yvette Roy - Whipping, Connecticut Norwood Steward - Pond 's Factory, Madison, Connecticut Garry Tibbets - University of Maine, Orono, Maine William Webb - Employed by Cecil Beane, Pleasant Ridge, Maine "Class of 1961" Clarence Atwood - U. S. Army, Aberdeen, Maryland Mona Atwood - Allan Quimby Veneer Co. , Bingham, Maine Diane Barron - Farmington State Teacher's College, Farmington, Maine Judith Beane - Husson College, Bangor, Maine Terry Beane - U. S. Army, Aberdeen, Maryland Nancy Bushey - Westbrook Junior College, Portland, Maine Ronda Carl - CMrs. Richard Coombsj Mechanic Falls, Maine Stanley Cates - U. S. Air Force, Missouri Gerald Cates - At home, Moscow, Maine Simone Cuddy - At home, Moscow, Maine Leo Fournier Ill - Employed by Leo Fournier, Ir. , Portland, Maine Beatrice Hunnewell - I-Iusson College, Bangor, Maine Ester Knowels - qMrs. Reginald McDougallj Portland, Maine Leo Levasseur - U. S. Air Force Mona McKay - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Robert Martin - At home, Pleasant Ridge, Maine Lawrence Malloy - Robie Howes Garage, Bingham, Maine Eric Matheson - Lake Forest College, Lake Forest College, Lake Fo Alfred Daryle Mazerolle - U. S. Air Force, California Frank Merrill - U. S. Air Force, Aberdeen, Maryland Carol Moore - Eastern Maine General Hospital, Bangor, Maine Frances Owens - QMrs. Raymond Reppaultj Bingham, Maine David Poisson - U. S. Army, Germany rest, Ill "Class of 1961" fcont.J Stephen Read - University of Maine, Orono, Maine William Shaw - Husson College, Bangor, Maine Alan Stevens - At home, The Forks, Maine Mary Jo Steward - Unla's Academy of Beauty Culture, Skowhegan, Maine Bonnie Stuart - Gorham State Teacher's College, Gorham, Maine Jacqueline West - qMrs. Aurlien Royy Bingham, Maine Nancy West - Lab Technician, Thayer Hospital, Waterville, Maine im' 1 '..5 3 3 1 if Z Y 9 -..2-J. Z EE?-' if Y YQ Q i M DONALD FULSOM PLUMBING - HEATING Range Burners Iron Roofing - Plumbing Fixtures Bingham, Maine Fast Service at REDMOND'S PHOTO SERVICE Bingham , Maine Compliments of CECIL L. BEANE Tel . 7 0-4 Pleasant Ridge Maine Compliments of NEIGHBORHOOD SUPERETTE RONALD REDMOND, Prop Meats and Groceries Bingham, Maine HANSEN'S GREENHOUSE Serving: Mos cow Bingham Solon Caratunk The Forks Tel.: 245 Bingham, Maine THE LITTLE SHOP Gifts - Rustcraft Cards and Costume Jewelry Bingham, Maine Compliments of E. W. MOORE 81 SON Bingham Maine IRENE D. HARWOOD REAL ESTATE BROKER Telephone 5 Bingham Maine Compliments of DR. ROBERT GOLDEN Bingham, Maine BARNABY'S The Finest in Heating Bingham, Maine GLEN F. ROLLINS PLUMBING American Standard Fixtures Hot-Rac Water Heaters Bingham Tele. 71-4 THE FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Bingham, Maine HARRY KNOWLES Electrical - Indus tr ial Phone 180-4 Bingham, Maine HOWES SERVICE MOBILGAS STATION Bingham, Maine KEN AUSTIN AUS TINS DAIRY Phone 88 Bingham, Solon, The Forks, Moscow, and Caratunk ROLLINS DISTRIBUTOR Willard Batteries Shell Gas Goodyear Tires Bingham, Maine Congratulations to School Administrative District 41913 Compliments of l"2'f""ji,i9 BEMIS RESTAURANT W? I ..'1 ':,-1 '.'1 M X C .tit f .,..... Bingham, Maine Be Wise Deal with STANTON BEANE B s - C LUMBER CONTRACTOR UQ . f-social . B u Tel. 2.40 XX V . K3 o n 1 Bingham, Maine Compliments of WING'S SAWMILL CO. 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