Vinalhaven High School - Exile Yearbook (Vinalhaven, ME)
- Class of 1959
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THE EXILE 1
VINALI-IAVEN I-HG!-I SCI-IGCDI.
We, the Students of Vinalhaven High School, respectfully and
affectionately dedicate this 1959 edition of our year book, the Exile, to
our principal, Raymond Sennett, who, during the two years that he
has been in Vinalhaven, has come to be regarded as a fine teacher and
a highly valued friend. 1
Back Row, left to right: Joseph White, Alfred Osgood, Charles Dyer, Arthur Philip.
Middle row, left to right: Carl Philbrook, Sharon Healey, Rosemary Peacock, Georgianna
Hansen, Kirk Hansen, Mr. Sennett, Advisor. Front Row, left to right, Albert Osgood,
Kenneth Conway, Janice Wadleigh, Minnie Ann White.
Assistant Activity Editor
Minnie Ann White
We realize that life is dependent upon air, water and heat. Living forms
of vast numbers have been named and recorded. Scientists are sure that ages
ago the earth's surface was too hot for plants or animals to exist.
The origin of the earth is still a mystery to us. Revolving cooling matter
or dust cast off from a cooling sun may have developed our solar system, but
we can use either hypothesis.
Many guesses have been made throughout the years concerning how the
continents were formed. Some scientists believe that when the moon separated
from what is now the earth, it left a great hole which is now the Pacific
Some guesses have it that North and South America separated first, part-
ing from Greenland, Asia, Europe and Africa. If one were to fit them together
they would fit much like a picture puzzle.
The earth may be divided into four parts, namely: the centrosphere, or
nucleus, the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, or oceans, and the litrosphere, or
It's possible that the earth is gradually cooling off and will be run down,
so to speak, in a few million years. The exact opposite might be true. In
many fields we are well informed, while in others we are still just scratching
the surface. It may take as much as a million years more before we can be
thoroughly satisfied that some of our beliefs and theories are facts. It may be
that we shall never know. Every new bit of information only leads to an
ever expanding array of seemingly unanswerable puzzles.
It sometimes appears that we are lost in time and space, yet somewhere
there are answers. Our own lives lead us to the convictions that in spite of all
the mystery surrounding our origins and our destiny that there is a purpose
to it all. To live is to know that life is precious and that it cannot be in vain.
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Cross Country running is an entirely new sport for high schools in the
State of Maine. It was introduced to most secondary schools not more than
fifteen years ago.
The University of Maine has ranked very high Cross Country running.
The standard course is two and a half miles, but 'in college meets it varies
from eight miles, five miles, three miles to two and a half miles. The Uni-
versity of Maine is in the Yankee Conference with the other New England
States and its team usually places on the top. Throughout recent years, the
University of Maine has won the Yankee Conference, the New England Meets,
the State Series, and has placed in the top ten several times in the N. C. A. A.
Cross Country is one of the hardest sports there is. Like all other sports
it requires skill, practice and most of all endurance. When starting the season,
the first couple of weeks are spent doing calisthenics and wind sprints to get
the body in condition. After the body muscles are quite well in shape, each run-
ner tries to develop his own stride and running pace. The pace that the run-
ner sets is vital in Cross Country for throughout the race he tries to keep his
pace until the final sprint to the finish. If he breaks stride or pace it can cost
him valuable time. The diet and training rules for all sports applies particul-
arly to a runner.
HELP KEEP THE SCHOOL CLEAN
All of us know that we as students can help keep the school ground
clean and neat by putting our paper and wrappers in the waste baskets. When
we see paper on the ground we can easily pick it up. Another idea is to
remind others to put waste in the basket where it belongs, not on the grounds
or on the lanes approaching the school. Knowing this let's resolve to try
harder to remember it.
Everyone can keep the exterior of the school house looking well by
refraining from defacing or scaring the walls.
There are many ways in which the rooms of the school can be made
to look better. Q11 If the boys and girls will keep the insides of their desks
neat the covers will not be up in the air because there is too much in them.
Remember that waste baskets are there to be used, not to be looked at.
Q21 Paper that is scattered all over the floor and crammed into the book
shelves does not help to improve our school rooms. Q35 We should never scar
or deface the tops of our desk because it not only makes them look bad, but
it of course ruins the writing surface and desks are costly to replace. I am
certain that if anyone feels the urge to write there is plenty of other more ap-
propriate means of expression.
Let's all try harder to concentrate on neatness. It will not only improve
our school building, but it will give people a better impression of us.
Editor, Class of '62
Class of '59
GEORGIANNA ELLEN HANSEN "Sha-Sha" Age 17
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Capt. 4, Softball 1, 2,
43 Band 3, 45 President of Student Council 4g Vice-
President of Athletic Association 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
Exile Board 49 Joke Editor, Crossword Editor, Girls'
Sports Editor of Wildcat News 3, 4, Class Treasurer 45
Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2g Senior play lg
Senior Show 3, 4: Home Economics Club 3, 4.
ARTHUR JAMES PHILIP "Isaac" Age 19
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball Capt. 4, Cross Coun-
try 2, 3, 43 Cross Country Capt. 49 Band 1, 2, 3, 43
President of Athletic Association 4, Exile Board 45
Student Council 3.
MINNIE ANN WHITE Minnie" Age 18
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, Basketball Capt. 35
Cheerleader 1, 2, 35 Senior play 1, 2, Senior Show 2,
3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Exile Board 3, 4, Class Secretary 45
Class President 3, Class Vice-President 23 Student
Council 43 Wildcat News 3, 4.
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Back Row, left to right: Alfred Osgood, Kenneth Hatch, John Carrao, Perry Parmenter,
Carl Philbrook. Front Row, left to right: Shirley Dyer, Marita Hansen, Sharon Healey,
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When the west was wild and very young,
Tire gunfighters thought they'd have some
So, they all got together for a great big
In the Texas town of Santa Fe.
Bat Masterson came a-swingin' his cane,
And Cheyenne brought young Bronco
Palladin was there with a smile on his
Handin' his cards out all over the place.
Matt Dillon was there with Doc and
Then came Josh Randall with his sawed-
Palladin was there with that smile on
Handin' those cards out all over the place.
Wyatt Earp was there, he was still alive,
And Chris Colt rode in with his .45.
Palladin was still there, that smile on
Still handin' those cards out all over the
Yancy Derringer was there with his In-
Surgarfoot came with law books and book
Palladin had left, but he'd come back,
He had run out of cards and rode home
for some more.
Kenneth Conway '59
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Seniors 5 and Juniors 8
Climb school-house hill at half past eight,
And following closely on behind
Come Freshmen 17,
And Sophomores 9.
Add these figures and you will find
Our High School "roll" for '59,
Here's hoping every lad and miss
Will add new honors to V.. H. S.
Lauretta Carter '62
THE ALL AMERICAN GIRL
Hair of gold,
Eyes of blue,
5 ft. 2.
Size 10 dress,
Size 5 feet,
A pretty face,
Boy, she's neat.
Sways her walk,
Swings her arms,
A pretty smile,
Puts on her charms.
Goes to school,
All day stays,
Learns all well,
Gets all A's
Digs that jive.
Boy she's cool
She's in a whirl,
She's the all
Lida York '60
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THE BIG SHOT
I know a man that smokes a big cigar,
He comes in and says, "here I are,"
He puffs and fills the room with smoke,
I cough and gag until I about choke.
He sits down in the big easy chair,
He says, "I'm sorry about shutting off
He says, 'ihow about something to eat?"
So into the kitchen I retreat.
I brought in one big cracker,
I said, "that will cost you a smacker".
He handed over the money,
I said, "are you trying to be funny?"
The money was counterfeit as I could
So I shot him down for trying to cheat me.
That is the end of the tale of the big shot,
Never break the law for you will always
Albert Osgood '60
was gone, and then it was there
again. It came to him that the light
was from a lighthouse.
"Heron Neck Light!" He shouted
aloud. Then it came to him that it
wouldn't help him, it couldn't, he
would never be seen. The boat was
going to hit the ledges. Another
light caught his eyes. A smaller
light, a moving light, a light that was
headed towards him. After the
Coast Guard Cutter came along side
he remembered nothing.
Later he found how lucky he was.
He had lost the boat, his equipment,
and almost his life but he learned
how much that he loved his family
and he said to himself with a smile,
"I even think more of my "ole" maid
Barbara Webb '60
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Some schools have a separate room,
Where girls can talk and tell,
Tell of the latest gossip, news,
And things they know so well.
But in our school the corridor,
Is the room so told,
Where girls can talk and chat about,
Things both new and old.
Windows cracked and dirty too,
Initials in the wall,
Towel case is never full.
Dig this crazy hall!
Dirty mirrors on the wall,
Hair being combed so neat,
Sweaters and skirts are strightened out,
While talking of Joe and Pete.
Who is dating who tonight,
And all that crazy hep,
Some are cheerful, some are sad,
Some just lost their pep!
Disturbing teacher and their class,
And things that aren't so nice,
Bring grudges, scolds, and other things,
The Principal hollers twice!
So come on in and join our group,
And let us know the score,
For "No Boys Allowed" in our room,
Is our motto forever more.
Janice Wadleigh '60
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S UPPLI CAT! ON
For me night and day are wedded
In intemal rendezvous
I feel warmth of sun upon my face
and hear stealthy whispers of leaves and
grass upon which my feet must trod.
I meet fear and uncertainty, as the world
of light and accustomed sounds grow
strange to me.
Silent tears tenant my heart
as trembling fingers reach to touch my
loved one's face
Forever lost to me.
Oh Ahriman, prince of darkness
Be kind to me ,
For I am newly blind.
Minnie Ann White '59
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Waves beating on a rocky shore,
Gulls circling in the sky,
Gleaming white boats bobbing at their
The wind blowing through the pines with
When I am older and go away
These scenes will be with me still
Pleasant memories I'll recall each day
Of the island home I love so well.
Betty Burgess '62
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WHAT GOD MADE
God made the world,
So clean and bright,
He made man,
And gave the earth light.
He made the blue waters,
Which upon nation's fight,
And gave us a mind,
To know wrong from right.
Roxana Calderwood '62
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Some people a rhyme can easily sing,
But with me it is a different thing,
So I'll give you a dime if you'll write
I hope you can think of an opening line,
Some people write poems that are funny,
But you will be writing mine for money.
Now, Please put on your thinking cap,
While I settle back for a little nap.
Karen Lloyd '62
LET IT BE SO!
The night of stars has disappeared
Their brilliancy enveloped in the coming
The heavens are resting, to yet again
Send forth their shower of starlight
When dusk sets in.
Daiwn-the beginning of time, for only a
Heralded by the hungry gull,
And the purr of the fisherman's boat,
Heading into the disatnt horizon.
Streakes of gold mark the hastening
progress of the dayg
Tide waters hoarsely strike against
The whitened shoreline,
They too are awakening from the
Quietness of their deep and dark sleep,
Amid the memories of the past.
Who knows what lies beneath
These ever moving waters,
Life for the day, in the swimming
And crawling denizens of the deep.
But alas, ageless rest is found there,
None know their secret,
Let it be so.
Night and day-ever mysterious,
As when the world began,
The same heavens glow at night,
Cut by the great white way of the moon.
The sun by day warming the earth below.
The ever moving waters of the sea.
Life-night and day, steeped in mystery
Let it be so!
Nancy Adams '59
THE ULTIMATE WEAPON
Buck Roger's of the I. Q. P. T. Z.
B. R. Universe Patrol had been
working for six months, eleven days,
three hours, ten minutes and twen-
ty-nine seconds on his latest Weapon,
when he made an important discov-
ery. He had forgotten to light his
Bunsen burner and would have to
start all over again. He took a firm
grip on himself and struggled again
to perfect his invention.
Finally it was completed. It stood
there glistening in the sun. It was a
super long range hyper-sonic ultra-
violet artillery piece. The ammuni-
tion it fired was petrified snowballs,
found only on Planet X. He was
temporarily out of petrified snow-
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balls, so he loaded his super long
range hyper-sonic ultra-violet artil-
lery piece into his universe rocket
and took off for Planet X.
He landed on Planet X and start-
ed to look for some petrified snow-
balls. His I. Q. P. T.Z. B. R. Uni-
verse Patrol infra-red gieger counter
started to tick showing that there
were some petrified snowballs near-
by. He unfolded his Universe Patrol
shovel and dug deep into green
earth. He soon had a large supply
of snowballs. Gathering them up, he
walked back to the ship. He had
just about made the door when he
looked back and saw that a nine-
horned, twenty-seven eyed, crawl-
ing purple people and petrified
snowball eater was after him. He
jumped into the ship, loaded the
super long range hyper-sonic ultra-
violet artillery piece with petrified
snowballs, and swung the muzzle
around to the door.
He sighted it down on the monster
and pulled the trigger. There was a
blinding flash and the beast dropped.
It was one of the larger types about
48 suns' long. He hooked up a super
crane to the creature and loaded it
aboard. Then he blasted off for
home, a very happy man because
his weapon was a success.
'SA unit of Japanese measure equal
to about 13!16 inches.
MY LITTLE BROTHER
With the look of an angel
And a smile twice as sweet
With big, baby blue eyes
And a charm you can't beat,
At first impression
Folks say "how sweet",
When speaking of my brother.
With the look of a monster,
A smile like a fiend,
With 'Tm watching you" eyes
And a temper that's teamed
With the mind of an Einstein,
That's how it's seemed
I've always spoken of my little brother.
Rose Mary Peacock '61
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Back Row, left to right: Kenneth Conway, Kenneth Hatch, Bette Ellen Burgess, Arthur
Philip, Minnie Ann White, Lida York, Mr. Sennett, Advisor. Front Row, left to right Shir-
ley Dyer, Georgianna Hansen, Barbara Webb, Kirk Hansen.
This year officers of the Student Council with Mr. Sennett as faculty
advisor were, President, Georgianna Hansen, Vice-President, Shirley Dyerg
Secretary, Barbara Webb and Treasurer, Kirk Hansen. The Student Council
has undertaken the project of selling candy to raise money for the General
Fund and a dance for the same purpose.
Art Philip '59
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This year the V. H. S. Band has a new music instructor, Mr. Norman
Guidoboni. Officers of the Band were President, Charles Dyer, Vice-President,
Janice Wadleighg Secretary, Kirk Hansen and Treasurer, Marita Hansen.
A band Concert was held Christmas which netted about S50 for us and
another was held April 3, which netted about 3150. The band made a trip
to Union for another Concert on April 10. Other activities were scheduled
for the remainder of the year. It has been another successful year for the
Vinalhaven Band. I know that I speak for everyone in giving Norman Guido-
boni every bit of credit for putting the band together. Many thanks go to the
Legion for their welcome donation this year and to the Community which has
supported us so faithfully.
Art Philip '59
Clarinetsg Janice Wadleigh, Janice Barton, Roxana Calderwood, John Bu-
teau, Roberta Lou Conway, Elaine Hildings and Diana Bruce. Trumpets, Ar-
thur Philip, Joseph Nelson, Barbara White, Craig Hansen, Clyde Bickford,
Brenda Beckman, Rachel Burgess. Trombonesg Robert Candage and Larry
Coombs. Baritone, Kirk Hansen. Alto, Perry Parmenter. Bass Horn, Ken-
neth Conway. Drumsg Charles Dyer, Georgianna Hansen, Joseph White,
Cheryl Headley, and Majorettes, Marita Hansen, Lida York, Dora Tupper and
- V H S -
Left to right: Janice Wadleigh, Lida York, Happy Hansen, Cheryl Headley, Georgianna
Hansen, Rosemary Peacock.
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Back Row, left to right: Roberta Lou Conway, Sharon Healey, Leanne Healey, Bette Ellen
Burgess, Minnie Ann White. Front Row, left to right: Georgianna Hansen, Perry Parmenter,
Janice Wadleigh, Kirk Hansen.
WILDCAT NEWS STAFF
Although we have greatly missed Bob Bennett's skillful hand on the
Wildcat this year, we have continued to publish the school paper. The staff
this year is as follows:
J oke Editor
Girls Sports Editor
Eighth Grade Editor
Seventh Grade Editor
Minnie Ann White
Bette Ellen Burgess
Roberta Lou Conway
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Left to Right: Arthur Philip, Georgianna Hansen, Janice Wadleigh, Kenneth Hatch
Officers of the Athletic Association were President, Arthur Philipg Vice-
President, Georgianna Hanseng Secretary, Janice Wadleigh and Treasurer,
Kenneth Hatch, Jr., Several fund raising activities have been undertaken to
raise money for athletic equipment. We have also received a donation from
the Extension Association which we deeply appreciated.
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our very able coach
Jerold Michaels for the work and effort he has displayed in the coaching
of all of our athletic activities.
Arthur Philip '59
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Left to right: Barbara Webb, Manager, Aileen Hutchinson, Minnie Ann White, Cheryl
Headley, Sharon Healey, Dora Tupper, Roxana Calderwood, Marita Hansen, Jerold
Michaels, Coach. Kneeling: Georgianna Hansen, Janice Wadleigh.
The V. H. S. girls had a Winning season this year, their record 5-4.
Georgianna Hansen topped the scores with 111 points while Janice Wadleigh
had 86, and Minnie Ann White had 45.
Georgianna Hansen and Minnie Ann White are the only two leaving the
team after graduation.
The Scores were:
Vinalhaven 34 North Haven 23
Vinalhaven Union 32
Vinalhaven Brooksville 25
Vinalhaven North Haven 28
Vinalhaven North Haven 22
Vinalhaven Union 45
Vinalhaven Islesboro 36
J ayvee's 18
The girls averaged 31.4 points per game.
A Art Philip '59
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Games FG. FT. PTS. Average
Center Arthur Philip 10 54 21 119 11.9
Rt. G. Kirk Hansen 11 60 16 136 12.3
Rt. F. "Red" Peterson 4 12 0 24 6.0
Lt. F. Perry Parmenter 11 30 10 70 6.4
Lt. G. John Buteau 11 8 2 18 1.6
Lt. F. Bill Wadleigh 9 2 1 5 0.5
Rt. F. Ken Conway 8 12 3 25 3.1
Center Joe Nelson 8 3 1 7 0.9
Rt. G. John Carrao 8 20 4 44 5.5
Total points for Vinalhaven were 451-Average of 41.
This year our coach was Jerry Michaels.
Art Philip '59
Back Row, left to right: Coach Ray Cate, Manager Kenneth Conway, Kirk Hansen, Alfred
Osgood, Carl Philbrook, Albert Osgood, Ronald Peterson, James Calderwood. Front Row,
left to right: Ladd York, Delwyn Webster, Kenneth Hatch, Perry Parmenter, Captain Law-
rence Davidson, Walter White.
Although VHS had to scramble to get games, since being out of the
former league, we managed a rather successful season with our share of wins
and losses, including a thrilling near win over a much larger Camden team.
Once again for the third season Lawrence "Cy" Davidson was elected Captain.
Arthur Philip '59
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Charles Dyer '59
Bette Ellen Burgess
Cheryl Headley Nicest Smile Alfred Osgood
Cheryl Headley Biggest Flirt Alfred Osgood
Cheryl Headley Biggest Heartbreaker Kenneth Hatch
Cheryl Headley Ideal Hair Kenneth Hatch
Minnie Ann White Most Talkative Kenneth Conway
Georgianna Hansen Does most for V. H. S. Perry Parmenter
Bette Ellen Burgess Most likely to Succeed Kirk Hansen
Girls' Choice for Brother Albert Osgood
Sharon Healey Boys' Choice for Sister
Lauretta Carter Quietest Charles Dyer
Sharon Healey Cutest Alfred Osgood
Dora Tupper School Clown Peter Day
Dora Tupper W ittiest Peter Day
Mr. Merritt: Physics is a very exact
science. For example if one man built a
garage in twelve days, twelve men can
build it in one day.
Kenny: Then I suppose if one ship can
cross the ocean in eight days eight ships
can cross in one.
Mrs. Smith: Why does a giraffe have such
a long neck?
Peter: Because his head is so far from his
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CLASS OF 1889
Maude B. Hopkins, QMrs. Clarkl Deceased
Maude Peaslee, CMrs. William Doanej
Carrie Ginn, Deceased
Alice Lane, Deceased
Lillian Lane, CMrs. Ed. Libby?
Sadie Creed, fMrs. Charles Libbyj
Jennie B. Hopkins, QMrs. Arthur Patter-
Lena R. Vinal, Deceased
Edward P. Walker, Deceased
CLASS OF 1899
Myrtle D. Mills, CMrs. Vincent Doucettej
Lora M. Hopkins, Deceased
John D. Lynch,
Howard Vinal, Deceased
Matia Vinal, Deceased
Ina Murray Watson, Deceased
CLASS OF 1909
Wyvem A. Coombs, Deceased
Anna C. Coombs, fMrs. Daniel Paulitz,
Thelma Tolman, KMrs. Rivers, Portland,
Josiah A. Reynolds, iLorton, Virginiaj
Charles E. Russell, Deceased
William R. Russell, Cwashington, D. CJ
Victor H. Shields, CNorth Haven, Mainel
CLASS OF 1924
Ivan Arey, CVinalhaven, Mainel
Leah Arey, fMrs. Franklin Hopkins,
Carl Burgess, iStonington, Mainej
Helen Carlon, iMrs. Donald Ames,
Herbert Cassie, 1Boston, Mass.J
Alexander Davidson, lVinalhaven, Mainej
Andrew Gilchrist, CVina1haven, Mainel
Rita Greenlaw, KMrs. Michael Williams,
North Haven, Mainel
Louise Hardison, iEast Orange,
Luda Johnson, CMrs. McKenneyJ
Cora Vinal, fMrs. Herbert Mills,
Margaret Roberts, fMrs. Ernest Johnson,
Mildred Robertson, lMrs. Earl Calder,
CLASS OF 1934
Hollis Arey, Deceased.
Philip Bennett, QVinalhaven, Mainej
Barbara Brown, CWorcester, Mass.D
Joyce Bennett, CMrs. Edward Ames,
Cecile Columb, fMrs. William Blaisdell,
Elmer Coombs, CBangor, Mainej
Cleo Drew, fMrs. Victor Sheilds,
Elizabeth Gray, QMrs. Horatio Torfason,
Bertha Healey, CMrs. Roy Dyer,
Lawrence Hopkins, CNew Haven, Conn.D
Allen Middleton, KKilled in Action Over
Italy in 19431
Carl Magnuson, Deceased
Lucile Burgess, 1Mrs. Eugene Burgess,
Albert Osgood, CVinalhaven. Mainej
Natalie Smith, CMrs. Samuel Hider,
Robert Staples, CRockville, Conn.J
Maurice Teel, CNew York, N. YJ
Horatio Torfason, fRockland, Me.J
Frank Toumi, Deceased
Avis Webster, CMrs. James Calderwoodl
William Young, CDeep River, Conn.J
Douglas Gilchrist, fUpton, Mass.D
CLASS OF 1939
Phyllis Alley, fMrs. Russell Snell,
Raymond Alley, CVinalhaven, Mainej
Olive Amiro, fMrs. Ray Stull, Somerville,
Philip Brown, QWest Hartford, Conn.D
Louise Burgess, CMrs. Henry Anderson,
John Chilles, CVinalhaven, Mainel
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Tel 212-2 Vinalhaven
JAMES L. CALDERWOOD
Gulf Oil Products Fishermenls Supplies
Wall Rope Building Supplies
T 1 ph 53 Vinalhaven
BURNHAM and MORRILL COMPANY
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Taxi and Trucking Marine Railway Marine Hardware
Service Boat Storage Repair Service
Dupont Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Lawn Boy Power Mowers Mercury Outboards
C. B. Williams, Prop.
Telephone 11 Vinalhaven
AREY GARAGE, INC.
SALES and SERVICE
Telephone 59 Vinalhaven
VINALHAVEN INFORMATION SERVICE -
Come in and see our
VINALHAVEN PORT DISTRICT
MOTORSHIP VINALHAVEN II
Direct Mail Service From
Vinalhaven t Rockland
NORTH HAVEN PORT DISTRICT
MOTORSHIP NORTH HAVEN II
Direct Mail Service From
North Haven to Rockland
RALPH P. EARLE, M. D.
LIGHT and POWER CGMPANY
VINALHAVEN WATER COMPANY
VINALHAVEN SALES and SERVICE
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BU RGESS' TV SHOP
Authorized Philco Sales and Service
Telephone 18-2 and 20-7
ANDERSON IOIL COMPANY
BOTTLED GAS and APPLIANCES
R. F. GRAY
SUNNY SLUPE FARM
PASTEURIZED MILK and CREAM
Telephone 184 Vinalhaven, Maine
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QUINN and HOPKINS
Telephone 143 Vinalhaven
The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company
It's Smart to Buy Ann Page Foods
A. EVERETT LIBBY
By The Hour, Day or Week
THE MILLS FARM
Telephone North Haven 9-22 Vinalhaven, Maine
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GREGORYS BOAT SHOP
"Still Doing Business"
"Open Seven Days a Week"
THE GEM THEATRE
H. Y. CARVER and SON
SKOOG BOAT YARD
BUILDERS of COMMERCIAL and PLEASURE BOATS
Boat Repairing and Storage
Sands Cove Vinalhaven
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NORTH HAVEN MAINE
ELMKER J. HOPKINS
Tel. 78-7 North Haven, Maine
MARIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
Telephone 140 Vinalhaven
Isabelle Osgood, Capt.
Marion Young, Capt.
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MAINE LOBSTERMENIS ASSOCIATION
Ford Marine Diesel
Money wisely spent for education, can increase your earning power.
It is our business to help you save for future needs,
such as education, homes and family
ROCKLAND SAVINGS BANK
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
SINCERE BEST WISHES TO ALL
BICKNELL MFG. CO.
Tel. LY 4-8454 Rockland, Maine
Pipe, Valves and Fittings, Transmission Supplies, Explosives,
Chain, Wire, Rope and Fittings, Hoists, Hammers, Drills and Bits
Gas and Electric Welding Supplies
W. H. GLOVER
1868 - 1959
Telephone LY 4-8446
453 Main Street Rockland
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Rockland, Maine ,
Corner of Limerock and Main
A. ALAN GROSSMAN
STONINGTON FURNITURE CO.
HOME OF ATLANTIC RANGES and HEATERS
Everything for the Home
Tel. LY 4-8118
352 Main Street Rockland
HUSTON-TUTTLE BOOK COMPANY
Telephone LY 4-5441
408 Main Street Rockland
ELLERY T. NELSON, INC.
DODGE and PLYMOUTH CARS
DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS
Tel. LYric 4-4481
New County Road, Rt. 1 Rockland
THE EXILE 57
Telephone LY 4-5566
384 Main Street Rockland
Mail Orders Taken
24 Hour Service
Telephone LY 4-8069
311 Main Street Rockland, Maine
GIFFORD MUSIC SHOP
24 Hour Photo Finishing
Telephone LY 4-4232
371 Main Street Rockland, Maine
Rockland's Leading Restaurant
Owned and Operated by the Mclntoshes
377 Main Street Rockland, Maine
DR. WALTER P. CONLEY
Telephone LY 4-2303
420 Main Street Rockland
THE EXILE 59
CLARICS FLOWER SHOP
338 Main Street Rockland, Maine
BITLER CAR and HOME SUPPLY
SALE S-SERVI CE-REN TA L-STORAGE
IOHNS ON SEA -HORSES
G. E. APPLIANCES
509 Main Street Rockland, Maine
PASSMORE LUMBER CO., INC.
SON OTUBES PAINT BUILDING MATERIALS
Telephone CEdar 6-2330 Camden, Maine
Rockland Loan and Building Association'
SAVINGS and HOME LOANS
18 School Street
THE COURIER - GAZETTE
Published Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday
Contains All the Local News and Essential Information
Available at All News Stands
We Specialize in All Kinds of Job Printing
Telephone LY 4-4401
465 Main Street Rockland
THE EXILE 61
M. B. and C. O. Perry
Everything To Eat
HUNTER'S MACHINE SHOP
Telephone LY 4-5685
122 Tilson Avenue Rockland, Maine
,IOE'S BARBER SHOP
Joseph Corimer and Mark McAuliffe Operators
Registered and Experienced Barbers
Modern Sanitary Shop
Plenty of Free Parking QSide or rear of Shopj
COpposite Sears, Roebuck,
290 Main Street Rockland
SEA VIEW GARAGE, INC.
CHEVROLET SALES and SERVICE
Telephone LY 4-8471
689 Main Street Rockland
A. L. ANDERSON
Johnson Outboard Motors and Gray Marine Engines
Sales and Service
Dial CE 6-3264
Bay View Street Camden, Maine
THE EXILE 63
SIDNEY and PRISCILLA SMITH
DYERS' BOAT SHOP
BEATRICE EWELL-Groceries 159
VINAL'S NEWS STAND
VESPER LEACH SPECIALTY STORE LY 4-4111
DR. DAVID HODGKINS, JR.-Optometrist LY 4-4171
LUCIEN GREEN 8: SON LY 4-5311
PAUL'S BARBER SHOP
MAINE MUSIC COMPANY LY 4-4941
THORNDIKE HOTEL LY 4-4494
RACLIFFE 8: WITHAM LOBSTER CO. LY 4-5553
L. F. BICKMORE-Optometrist LY 4-4645
STUART C. BURGESS-Lawyer LY 4-5171
NEWBERT'S RESTAURANT LY 4-7110
B. F. BURGESS-Optometrist LY 4-4161
ALAN BIRD 8: SAMUEL W. COLLINS-Lawyers LY 4-4421
CHRISTOPHER ROBERTS-Lawyer LY 4-8039
DR. L. M. RICHARDSON-Dentist LY 4-8933
E. E. JOYCE CEdar 6-2060
D. E. CROCKETT
BALDWIN'S DRY CLEANERS CEdar 6-2530
CAMDEN REXALL DRUG CO. CEdar 6-2250
JUST US GIRLS E. O. T. CLUB
NIGHT HAWKS KNIT-WITS
NON-EATERS MOTHERS 8: DAUGHTERS CLUB
Visit Aunt Belle's Gift Shop
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