Bar Harbor High School - Islander Yearbook (Bar Harbor, ME)

 - Class of 1955

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Jeryl Wasgatt, Fred Ames, Betsy Flynn, Joanne Daigle, Dana Cleaves. , Third Row: Alan Wilkinson, Bernard McKay, Robert Garland, Sheldon Goldth- wait. I Board... Editor-in-Chief ..,.... Assistant Editor ..... James Bousfield Patricia Goodwin Jane Hartzell Sheldon Coldthwait Alan Wilkinson Donald Hanscom Edgar Rhodes Robert Garland Joy ce lverson Betsy Flynn Business Manager Assistants .......... . Literary Editor ........ Assistant ............... Activities Editor .. Assistant ....,,....,....... .... Exchange Editor ..... Assistant .............. . Joy Lymburner Sandra Wilkinson Carolyn MacQuinn Mary Lou Conners Dorothy Abbott Jeryl Wasgatt Erla Cleave Beatrice Hayes Sports Co-Editors .. Assistant .......,............ Photography Editor .. Assistant ....................... Alumni Co-Editors Art Editor ........... Assistant ...... ...,................... Herbert Mitchell Bernard McKay Sheldon Coldthwait Fred Ames James Steenstra J latricia Goodwin Bertha Hauer Jacqueline Courtney Elaine Crindle CLASS EDITORS Senior .... .. ...,.......................... Mary Lou Moran Junior ....... ........ S andra Wilkinson Sophomou ............ Joyce lverson Freshman ......... Dana Cleaves fbecfic ' ' "Ai WHIMSWWY f The 1955 lslamler is zieriicalerl L0 COACH JIM TOMAN in l'l'!'0y'lIl'il'UlI of all he has alone for our school llllll in appreciation of his sincerity, inlegrily, and high sense of honor. in fffefnoaiam In Loving Memory Of LOIS MASTERMAN rqcfminidhafion I nl mf' -X 1' L f nv' N... ' , l , . E' A f 'H- ., s I L . - X A' ' na ' Q, lb Q V F I Ts 4? K . ,w I , W N'- Q , 4 " - 12- J I xl Mwx P Mr. Curran, Coach Toman, Mrs. Libby, Mr. Rogers, Mr. Tyler, Mrs. Fogg, Mr. Pierce, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. Cray, Mr. Emery A. Raymond Rogers, Jr. Colby Robert Curran Boston University A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and Alas, but air travel is so swift and always confident tomorrows.-Johnson getting Shorter,-Fairfax Downey Clifford Reynolds University of Maine Susan Gray Washington State College He was not of an age, but for all time.- She moves a goddess, and she looks a queelrf Shakespeare ' ff ' f Pope Leon Lewis Gorham Dale Emery University of Maine An honest man is the noblest work of Cod.-- He wears the rose of youth upon him.- Pope Shakespeale Helen G. Libby Wellesley' John Tyler Husson Time, that aged nurse, rocked me to patience. A proper man as one shall see in a,summer's e-KKIIIS day.EShakespeare r ' , if A -' I X lrmin Pierce Merrimack Lloyd Rhodes Eastern btate Normal Oh, yes, you do. You like your fun as well as Though wind blew great guns, still he'd whistle anyone.-Frost and singwfosiah Quincy Edward Bernard Boston University james Toman Springfield Music, sphere, descended world, friend of He is truly great that.is little in himself, an-I pleasure, wisdomid aid.-Collins that maketh no account of his honors.- TIIOIIIIIS A. Kempis Dorothy P. Fogg Farmington A woman is a dish for the gods.-Shakespeare This Page Sponsored By BAR HARBOR TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY PRINTICRS or THE ISLANDER fi Se I I Q-., B I . 413 'v lg' W 2. 5. ,NWI -P' 2- 25 AAfgw5,azt WW, DOR NN ABBOTT Future Plans - Husson College Assembly member 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 3, Class Secretary 2, Islander Board 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4, Office Clerk 2, 3, Librar- ian 1, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, Honor Roll 10 Quarters. B 1,3 Aff. f- kf' "" . 4'-. ' l lf'1 ' ' ELIZABETH MABEL ABBOTT 1. wr ' ' tl f Future Plans - Indefinite ' A 1 H 4' ' er '. 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Club 4, Home Room Bank Cashier 1, Honor Roll 4 Quarters. l WQQWZQLWW Ji' 5521, www filwofgw VAUGHN ARDEN Goocn Future Plans - University of Maine Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 23 Chorus 25 Office Clerk 2g Football Manager 2, 3, Jayvee Basketball Manager 2, Varsity Bas- ketball Manager 3, Baseball Manager 13 Hi-Y 2, 4g Science Club 3. PATRICIA J oYcE Gooowm Future Plans - Indefinite Assembly Member 1, 2, Islander Board 4, Alumni Co-Editor, Assis- tant Business Manager flg Varsity Cheerleader 1, Office Clerk 15 Softball 1g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 1, 2. NANCY THERESA GRAVES Future Plans - lndefinite Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2g School Play 2, Office Clerk 3, 43 Librarian 1, 2, Dirigo Girls' State 3, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4g Y-Teens 1, 23 F. H. A. 1, 23 Bank Cashier 3. This Page Sponsored By MARY JANE RESTAURANT BEST WISHES T0 THE CLASS OF "55" RAYMOND C. 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This Page Sponsored By WATSON'S DRY CLEANERS Ellsworth 333 Bar Harbor 275 Southwest Harbor 156 MARJORIE J EAN HAWKES Future Plans - Husson College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3: Librarian 1, 23 Office Clerk 3, 4-5 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, U. N. Club 41, F. H. A. 1, Home Room Bank Cashier 2, Assistant Editor lslet 4g Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4, Honor Roll 6 Quarters. xjf' Z gg, l I , ' X6 f 1 v 1 z foul eu LJ ' 1 ,Y-fW', x-AAA-LA41 ' 1 4":fL4,Ig,.gfa!-1.442 574 ix JOHN Aucusrus HEATH Future Plans - U. S. Navy Assembly Member 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1 Quarter. GEHTRUDE MAY KIDDER Future Plans - Wilfred Academy of Beauty Culture Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 41, Chorus 1, Office Clerk 4-Q Librarian 1, 41g Softball 1g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 4, F. H. A. 1, 25 Home Room Bank Cashier 1. MARY THERESA LEATHERS Future Plans - Women's Air Force Assembly Member 1, Chorus 1, Y-Teens 13 F. H. A. 13 Home Room Bank Cashier 1. This Page Sponsored By THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BAR HARBOR Member Federtzl Reserve System Member Federal Deposiil Insurance Corp. DAVID M. LINSCOTT Future Plans - Auto Mechanic Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Jayvee Basketball 23 Football All Star First Team in the Little Ten Conference 3, 4. Jtmciz CHARLOTTE LIscoMB Future Plans - Boston University Transferred from Perkins Institute 4-3 Chorus 43 U. N. Club 4: Honor Roll 2 Quarters. L. Cannon. Lunvm' Future Plans - College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3g Class Treasurer 1, 2: ,lunior Speaking, Boys' Honorable Mention, 3g Chorus 35 Office Clerk 1, 2: Football 1, 3, 4: Jayvee Basketball lg Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Spear Speaking Contest 3: Hancock County First Basketball Team 45 Eastern Maine First Basket- ball Team 4: Selected niost outstanding basketball player in Eastern Maine tournament 4. .5 ' err I7' f oafb ap 4' A ox e -M 91 p MJO E ,lov LYMHURNER i It -br Fu re Plans - Gorham State Teachers College R. 5 Assem 'Member 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council, Secretary 43 Class ,O K0 Esqgary 4-3 Islander Board 3, 4, Literary Editor 4g Junior Speaking. +6 5 rs' Honorable Mention 3g Debate lg Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, lf S hool Play 23 Office Clerk 3, 44 Librarian 1, 2, 3g National Honor - 0 t 3 4 Softball 2 3 Cirls' Basketball2 3 4 Y-Teens 1 2 3 - yai- e'i'e :si :ala trippy gl N. Club 4g F. ll. A. 2, Honor Roll 12 Quarters. This Page Sponsored By BAR HARBOR BANKING AND TRUST COMPANY Member F eflerul Reserve System Member Federal Denmir lnmrfmn rf fl 1 b ' pq .VM ,ffl y, K , Vffflf' dlfgwff' lf, f X I l by ada! V' 4, VV! fU,,rfe44L,L XV If . X 1 fyiffx A Vfiqfo J 4 rj 97 A CVT, W6 vfgttll yt if M. 6415- jlZ16O7V!y4fl U ,ia M420 mil if 7 4, ,K v f 3 , CAROLYN ANN iVIAcQU1NN Future Plans - Westbrook Junior College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Islander Board 3, 4, Activities Editor 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Jayvee Cheer- leader , head 2, School Play 3, Office Clerk 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com- mittee 1, 3, 4, Chairman 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Commer- cial Club 2, 4, F. H. A. 1, 2, Spear Speaking Contest Finals 3, Junior Speaking 3, Miss M. D. I. Candidate 1, Football Queen 4, Honor Roll 3 Quarters. J oHN HOWARD MCFARLAND Future Plans - lndefinite Football 1, Baseball 1, Commercial Club 4. JOHN BERNARD MCKAY Future Plans - Armed Forces Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, 4, Islander Board 3, 4, Sports Co-Editor 4, Debate 1, Office Clerk 2, Dirigo Boys, State 3, Football 2, Baseball 1, Jayvee Basketball 1, 2, Manager 1, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Barbershop Singers 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, U. of Maine Speaking Contest second place radio broadcasting 1, Honor Roll 1 Quarter. HERBERT LLEWELLYN MITCHELL, J R. Future Plans - Holy Cross Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Class President 1, 2, 3, 4, Islander Board 3, 4, Sports Co-Editor 4, Junior Speaking 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Jayvee Basketball 1, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Typical Student 1, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, U. N. Club 4, Asa Wasgatt Cup 3, Honor Roll 1 Quarter. . s This Page Sponsored By BRASS RAIL RESTAURANT BANGOR BAKING CO. Ranem- Maine Mothers White Bread ' f L . V pf . l , 1 M 1' MARY Lou MORAN Future Plans - Husson College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council 4, Islander Board 4, Class Reporter 43 Junior Speaking 33 School Play 45 Office Clerk 2, 3, 4: Librarian 2, 33 Softball Assistant Manager 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2, 4, President 4-g F. H. A. 13 Islet Editor 49 Ilonor Roll 3 Quarters. WATSON WAYNPZ ROBBINS Future Plans - U. S. Navy Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4-g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 2g Office Clerk 2, Jayvee Basketball 1, 2, 4g Varsity Basketball 3, Hi-Y 3, 4g State Composite Band 4. PIIILIP DAVID SANBORN Future Plans - Trade School Commercial Club 2. BARBARA LOUISE SEELEY Future Plans - Marriage This Page Sponsored By LYMBITRNER ELECTRIC CO. H. A. BROWN FURNITURE CO. Cottage Street Bar Harbor Cottage Street Bar Harbor Assembly Member 4g Librarian 4. f MAURICE M. STROUT Future Plans - Indefinite 2 Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 3, 4, Class Secre- tary 1, Junior Speaking 3, One-Act Play 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, ,layvee Basketball 1, Hi-Y 2. CHARLES FREDERICK SWANSON Future Plans - Indefinite Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 43 Jayvee Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. LINWOOD PRESTON WOODWORTH Future Plans - U. S. Air Force Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. RICHARD ALTON W OODWORTH Future Plans - College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Barber- shop Singers 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, State Composite Band 4, Baseball Manager 4. This Page Sponsored By BAR HARBOR LAUNDRY GORDON AND WHITE'S GARAGE ELITE DRY CLEANERS Southwest Harbor Maine DAVID LEAVITT YoUNc Future Plans - Husson College Assembly Member 1, 2, 3, 4-9 Band 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Jayvee Basketball 1, 33 Varsity Basketball 2, 41, Baseball 2, 3, 4-g Hi-Y 3, 43 State Composite Band 2, 3, 4-. w,.z1Dl"f U lm. fuk -ui CLASS OF '55 ON FRESHMAN DAY This Page Sponsored By WEBBER CONSTRUCTION CO. HARADEN ELECTRIC CO. Main Street Bar Harbor Westinghouse Philco Seadoo 01014 The seniors have been very active in extra-curricular activities this year. Q Our class was well represented in football by Maurice Strout, Carroll Lurvey, David Linscott, Charles Swanson, Percy Harding, Charles Bartlett, and Fred Ames. On the basketball team were many seniors: Herbert Mitchell, Carroll Lurvey, Maurice Strout, Bernard McKay, Raymond Gray, Charles Swanson, and David Young. There were two girls on the varsity cheering squad, Jane Hartzell and Joy Lymburner. Nancy Graves and Bertha Hauer were the major- ettes from our class. Carolyn MacQuinn was the chairman of the Assembly Committee, and Jane Hartzell wa-s our class representative. Senior members of the Student Council consisted of Herbert Mitchell, presidentg I oy Lym burner, secretary, Mary Lou Moran, Carolyn MacQuinn, and Erla Cleaves. Our class advisors this year were Mr. Reynolds and Mr. Lewis. CLASS OFFICERS F reshlmm: President ............. ..... H erbert Mitchell Vice President ....... ........ D onald Cotton Secretary ............. ....... M aurice Strout Treasurer ......... .......... C arroll Lurvey Sophomore: President ............. ..... H erbert Mitchell Vice President ........ ........ M aurice Strout Secretary ............. ....... D orothy Abbott Treasurer .. .... ........ C arroll Lurvey funior: President ............. ........ H erbert Mitchell Vice President ........ ........ C arroll Lurvey Secretary ............. ......... D onald Cotton Treasurer ......... . ..... Bernard McKay Senior: Herbert Mitchell Maurice Strout Joy Lymburner Bernard McKay President ............. Vice President ........ ....... Secretary ............. ....... Treasurer .... TYPICAL STUDENTS Freshman ................ Herbert Mitchell, Erla Cleaves Sophomore . ........ James Bousfield, Erla Cleaves Junior ...... ...... I Ierbert Mitchell, Erla Cleaves NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Erla Cleaves Joy Lymburner This Page Sponsored By BLACK AND WHITE CABINS FRED C. LYNAM 8. C0 Salisbury Cove Real Estate and Insurance .H F-1 III C il 2 F S ., 5 g S 2-jg as on U E as QE, . fn . . 2 Lg- ,N -3, Q3 as :aa -gif: s any M .3-5: Q -Q ,g Q'-' 0-...,., '- 'CIS'-I-Q H :N os'-'bg i,'2.......-o0.a4E D616 vSf.'a5S"wES3.Sw5"'a .EE QNQB-SEEDS EOLEOEEW- '- - . as L- , --1 --.-. 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LEWISTON ENGRAVING COMPANY General Insurance Photo Engravers For The Islander 1 2 3 1 J. liar Harlmr Play ers going to Sanford Spring 754 Supt. Guptill Football King and Queen --P.GfS7f Mr. Reynolds Zlnclewlaaane K 1' A 1 xx . I n iQ L W IIDIQQ xx ,,,f'! ' f uni... I : , lf, 1- A It First Row: Beverly Kittredge, Grace Reddy, Diane Dorr, Diane Ingalls, Elaine Sylvia, Mary Owens, Christopher White, Laurie Beckett, Judy Stanley, Jesse Higgins, Alison Fisher, Corrine Farrell. Second Row: Mrs. Fogg, advisor, David Dow, Joseph Norton, Michael Doyle, - Gail Brewer, Ruth Sherman, Sonja Clatworthy, Suzanne Larrabee, Frances Hawkes, Judy Larrabee, Rita Leathers, Hurshelleen Crossman, Peter Young. Michael Alley, Geraldine Hodgkins, Mr. Pierce, advisor. Third Row: Lewis Hersey, Dana Cleaves, Boyd Wasgatt, Gerald Johnson, Robert Norwood, George Carter, Peter Kingsley, Charles Hall, Richard Russell, James McKay, Lloyd Norwood, Robert Blake, Talcott Chapman, Raymond Richardson, Nelson Walls. quail:-mcuzefadd... The freshman class, with forty-one members, was the most active class in the high school, for example, the freshmen had the biggest class repre- sentation in the band. Those who went out for football were David Dow, Michael Alley, Charles llall, Christopher White, and Nelson Walls. The freshmen partici- pating in jayvee basketball were Peter Young, Dana Cleaves, Nelson Walls, Lloyd Norwood, and Peter Kingsley. Peter Young, Richard Russell, and Gerald Johnson were football managers, Richard Russell was also varsity basketball assistant manager. Corrine Farrell, Geraldine Hodgkins, and Grace Reddy were on the jayvee cheering squad. Mary Owens, Diane lngalls, Laurie Beckett. Sonja Clat- worthy, and Richard Russell worked on the school play, Mary and Diane taking part in the play. Mary Owens, Jesse Higgins. Allison Fisher, and Diane Dori' played on the girls, basketball team. Sonja Clalworthy was a majorette. Christopher Vvhite. Gerald Johnson. Michael Doyle, Mary Owens. Diane Ingalls, and Joyce Hig- gins did a fine job in debating. Our Student Council representative was Mary Owens. Boyd Vlfasgatt was on the Assembly Com- mittee. Our class advisors were Mrs. Fogg and Mr. Pierce. Our class officers this year were: President .............. ..... C hristopher Whitt- Vice President ...... ............ M ary Owens Secretary .......... ....... li lainie Sylvia Treasurer ....... ..... L aurie Beckett CLAS? if 958 S 0244... 'l'his year the sophomore class has been very at-tive in the high school. There were tllirty-two members in our class, with one or more partici- pating in every extra-curricular activity. lit-presenting the sophomore class on the Student Council were Gerard Garland and ,loyce lverson. while Betsy Flynn was our representative on the Assembly Committee. We had six members in tht- hund, and ten participating in ehorus. Our varsity cheering squad was largely composed of sophomore girls. Alison Heal was a majorette. Athletic activities were enjoyed by the major- ity of the class. We had three boys on the hasketball squads, four on the football team. Last, but not least, we had six girls on the softball team. Our Class advisor was Mrs. Libby. Our class officers were as follows: President ........... ...... G erard Garland Vice President .... .......... J ohn Kelly Secretary .......... ...... ,I oyce Iverson Treasurer .... ....... A lison Beal A 'M1i. ,48,.. , f QI: -"gi, fpffki' y ,ff , ' f , m.Lm,,h.,. First Row: Edna Leighton. Jeannette Redick, Sandra McNeal, Arthur Macpike, Joyce Iverson. John Kelly. Gerard Garland, Alison Beal. jean Burr. Jean Carter. Geraldine Abbott. ,Iudy Etscovitz. Second Row: llohert Stanley. llavid lleal. llohert lVloran, Stanley Harris. Cynthia Stuart. Kenneth llanseom. Betsy Flynn. Sally l"uller. llonald llohinson. lloward llamor. Mrs. Lihhy. advisor l'hird llois: llielnard Givens. flee-nu lluxis, Eugene Stewart, Basil Davis, Dale Ames, llavid Morrison. CLAQE 1957 lb J' I? J fb Ui? x -114 L L 4 , First Row: Carolyn Salisbury, Joyce Linscott, Louise Nickels, Margaret Stanley, SandraWilkinson, James Steenstra, Alan Wilkinson, Barry Clark, Martha Han-scom, Elaine Grindle, Rosalie Murray, Joanne Daigle. Second Row: Mrs. Cray, advisor, Judy Young, Sandra Paine, Beatrice Hayes, Lawrence Cunningham, Theodore Hennigan, Alberta Norton, Madeline Colson, Charles Mitchell, Edgar Rhodes, Gerald Rodick, Richard Copp. Lawrence Abbott, Walter Hanscom, Duaine Liscornb, Jeryl Wasgatt, Mary Lou Conners, Mr. Emery, advisor. Third Row: William Rodick, Donald Hanscom, Dale Barton, Robert Garland, Roger Candage, Charles Ames, Chester Cray, John Stewart, Michael Larra- bee, Vernon Wood, Sheldon Coldthwait, Cordon Fletcher, Vernon McFar- land, David Farrell, Peter Liscomb, Richard McFarland. The junior class. with forty-nine members. was still the largest in the high sehool. This year has been a very successful one for us. ln sports. we had many members in both varsity and jayvee basketball. girls' basketball. baseball, softball. and football. We were well represented in cheering and majorettes also. Many with musical talents were in band and chorus. We also had representatives in the school play and in debating. Three members were in the Student Council, Mary Lou Conners being eleeted secretary of the State Student Council Association. We also had members on the lslander lioard and the ,'xSSf'lIll1lV Committee. Our class advisors were Mrs. Cray and Mr. l'llI1C?I'f'. Our class officers elected were: President ...........................,.............. James Steenstrn Vive President .................................. Alan Wilkinson Secretary ,....... ....... S andra Wilkinsriri Treasurer .... ...........,. B arry Clark CLASS if 956 M yy .. jffiy . ra fp:4'yt ',,7 Lit-lam fr, IA, as 'f ff! Ijyx. ,yyy Exif' M1 f , A' 'rupf il!! X ff .J 1' Gy Lf X 4.-...,,...,-1: Q 5 3' 1 Xxx. Ne I 2 I f A 4 ll. ll.lv WHERE THE PEOPLE WORKED We lived in the country and behind our house were a couple of large fields, used at one time for pastures. The further one was surrounded on three sides by deep, dark woods, that always intrigued me. The grass was very brown and very tall, and some- times I would be completely hidden in it. I loved the field and spent many hours playing in the tall grass, which seemed always billowing in the wind. . In one corner there was an enormous rock, not an ordinary rock at all, but a very special, yes, magical one. It was beside the rock that "the menu were work- ing. Who were these men? I know now there were no men there at all, but I used to think there were. They were very real to me. They were always busy work- ing by the rock, doing what? I don't know, but working. My grandfather and I often went down to see these "workers" We used to "check-upn on them and make sure they were busy. There was something about the rock and these "people" that was comforting. I always felt happy and secure when I was there and saw them on the job. Perhaps it was the field itself,so big,surrounded by the mysterious woods or perhaps it was the big rock, so out of place there, in the field - or what was it? Anyway, as long as the "people" were work- ing, I felt that everything was all right. Often still I see that big rock and long for the special pleasure I found near it. But I know I'll never go back there again, because the field, its people, and the rock go farther away all the time. " -ERLA CLEAVES '55 -T-.--io-il-4 GOING TO CHURCH When I was about five years old, my grand- mother used to take me to church. Thinking back, I can plainly remember that as we went up the walk, I would always look up to the top of the high steeple. As we entered the church, I always blessed myself with the holy water. After being seated inside for a few minutes, my attention was drawn to a voice speaking a language that was unfamiliar. Then the choir, which was in a balcony at the back of the church, would sing. I always liked to hear it, but it also annoyed me in some ways, because I was not allowed to turn around to look at the singers. During the saying of the rosary, I always spent my time looking at the various rosary beads and observing all the people. The sermon itself held no interest for me whatso- ever, however, it gave me a great opportunity to observe the church. At this time the lights were lowered, making the glass-stained windows stanrl out from the walls in all their beautiful colors. Then my eyes would wander down to the Stations of the Cross along each side of the church. When the offer- ing was taken, I always enjoyed seeing the men in their long flowing black robes with the white tops edged in lace. Looking back, I'm afraid that church didn't have a very significant meaning for me. -J ACQUELINE COURTN1-:Y '55 ..01i1. AN UNUSUAL CHARACTER I'm a character which you can not describe phys- ically, I am your inner voice telling you whether you should or should not do a certain thing. If you are persuaded by the devil to do something wrong, I make you think of it all the time and make you feel guilty. Many times I may even make you go back and right the wrong and make you ask for for- giveness. I am not enough to make you do these things all by myself. You have to have a sense of responsibility, good moral character and strength enough to resist evil, When your mother asks you to do an errand, I am the little fellow that tells you to do it and not put up a fuss about it. I am the little fellow that makes you gain friends when you follow my directions. I am your conscience. --BUDDY WAscA'r'r '58 .i0....,. WHATS WRONG WITH THE WORLD? What is wrong with the world? This question has been asked for many years and still no one knows the right answer. But I bet I can come as close to the answer as anyone else. There is too much greed, selfishness, jealousy and not enough laughter in the world. That is why there is so much unhappi- ness and so much fighting on this earth. -CARROLL LURVEY '55 This Page Sponsored By Morang Robinson Auto Co. Reverend Edward F. Fitzpatrick W4-st End Drug Cr HOMEWORK "Do your homework, son." "Just as soon as this T.V. program is over." "I want you to do it right now!" "But gee whiz, Mom, this program is only on once a week, and it's half over now." "All right, just this one, then you must start on our homework." y "Sure thing, Mom." "Start on your homework now, son, the pro- ram is over." g "But some of the fellas are here and they want me to go to the show with them." "I said, do your homework!" "But Mom, it's a real good show, and I might not get a chance to see it again, and besides, the home- work is simple and I can get it done in a jiffy when I come home." "All right, but you'll have to come right home from the show and get to work on it." "Gee fellas, that sure was a swell show, letis go into the Soda Shoppe and see what's going onf, "Well, goodnight boys, see you tomorrow." "Gosh, these problems are hard. Hey Mom, whatis the square root of 23871 ?" -GERARD GARLAND '57 i1l-oil-4 THE STREAM In winter the stream is a choked up mass of ice and snow, and the blue and dark green water looks frigid. Above it, the pine trees, their branches laden with snow, hang low, almost into the current. The stream turns to a muddy brown in spring, the ice melts, and the water rushes, as if chased by a thousand angry lions, down to the lake. Summer comes, and the stream is a merrily sing- ing brook, flowing quietly over moss covered stones. Every so often a little trout can be seen slipping into a pool of calm between the rocks, and frogs leap from rock to rock or plop into the water. When autumn comes, the leaves fall lightly on the water and sail like tiny ships of red and gold over the rapids and on until they come to rest against the rocks of the banks. The water gets colder and colder again, and a strange calm settles over it. It is waiting for the snow and ice. The rapids can not be heard because the water runs slowly now. The stream has stopped its singing for another year, but with the next spring it will be reborn again. It never stays a small unim- portant stream for long. -J ERI WAscAT'r '56 AMERICAN BOY I go to school, I play sports. I have few other interests. I'm just an average American boy. I would like to be a doctor or a coach, and sometimes I think I want to be a professional basketball player. I get along pretty well with people, arguing just enough to prove that I'm right, even though I'm wrong. l am curious, ambitious, daring, I am conceited, competitive, critical, I often feel a sense of insecur- ityg I sense something in the future, but I don't know what. A boy is a boy, and I think I'm just an average American boy. -HERBERT MITCHELL '55 11..o BLUE MONDAY People complain about high prices, taxes, the cost of living, the wildness of young people. But as far as I am concerned, I have only two complaints: the nights are too short and Monday follows Sunday. 'You just get started enjoying your evening when it is time to go home and go to bed. And no sooner are you in bed and asleep than morning comes again. And if we could only eliminate Monday, then with one fell swoop we would be rid of "Blue Mon- day," "wash day," and Monday morning's awful muddle. That's all we need do, for everyone feels great by Tuesday. -WALTER SWEET 'P.G. -o 1-4 sf' 1 WONDER up I I feel like tearing up this paper and throwing it all around the room. Why can't I get all A's or even B's? All I seem to get back lately are papers with red marks all over them. It makes me mad! Why do the teachers have to use red? I suppose they think it's easier for the students to see the corrections. It surely is, and so can all the other students see them over your shoulder. Why don't they make the correc- tions in ink? I would see them just as plainly. It gets sort of tiring to get my papers back with a low mark. Why, why can't I get a high mark for a change? Is it really me? I suppose it could be, but I hate to admit it. You want to know something? I think I'll put more effort into my work. Do you suppose that would help? They say it does. I think l'll try it for a change. I might even like it. Do you suppose? -CAROLYN MACQUINN '55 This Page Sponsored By Iouise's Restaurant Bangor Hydro-Electric Co. MacLeod Motors, Inc Bar Harbor Mount Desert Division Bar Harbor LIFE AT PERKINS INSTITUTE Seven years at Perkins Institute afforded me an opportunity to learn many things. Perkins is made up of thirty-four acres of orchards, flower gardens, vineyards, and beautiful lawns. Cherry, apple, and pear blossoms, lilacs, and roses, add to the beauty of the English architecture of the brick buildings. Slides, merry-go-rounds, and see-saws are avail- able for the younger childreng while a swimming pool, skating rink, bowling alleys, a track, and a large gym are used by the older students. Perkins boys and girls participate in many activ- ities. Not being able to play basketball or football, the boys participate in wrestling with other high schools and prep schools throughout the state. A tournament is held every year for all of the schools for the blind on the East coast. I believe the boys went to Kentucky this year. Swimming, tumbling, track, baseball, and row- ing are some other sports enjoyed by the students at Perkins. Dancing, skating, and card games are common. The Massachusetts champion chess player is a Perkins student. Music is Perkins' substitute for basketball. Voice lessons, organ , piano, and many other instruments are taught to all of the students who are interested. The glee clubs, chorus, soloists, and the D.J.I... trio are available for engagements throughout the state. It is not uncommon to have one or two engagements a week. I might add that the glee clubs and the chorus are nonprofit organizations. Visits to the opera, symphony, stage plays, and jazz concerts are made by the students. And there are sports enthusiasts: the Red Sox and Celtics are favorites of many Perkins students, while others of us root for foreign teams. I have many wonderful memories of Perkins, but sharing in the glory of the just now famous Sea- siders is a thrill I am glad not to miss. -JANICE LISCOMB '55 -. 01.-- "PILGRIM'S PROGRESSP Pilgrimis Progress was written by John Bunyan over three hundred years ago, but it still remains as an interesting and classic novel. Although he does not admit it openly, Bunyan is actually writing an autobiography. This type of writing is somewhat unique, however, as it presents the writer's life as il long and tedious journey. Based on the trials and tribulations of true religion, the story presents troubles and inspirations as characters along the straight and narrow way to the Celestial City. The story begins as Christian meets Evangelist in the City of Destruction, where Christian lives with his wife and their four sons. Evangelist convinces Christian, who at the time is weighted down by a great load upon his back which is interpreted as his sins and failures, that Cod can forgive all, and that the City of Destruction will soon meet a horrible end. Christian pleads with his wife and his neigh- bors to come with him on his journey, but they scoff at him and make fun of him. Two of his neigh- bors, Obstinate and Pliable, argue with him, and Pliable is won over to Christian's side, but he goes only as far as the Slough of Despond, proving it is not enough to be pliable. As he goes on, Christian meets such difficulties and characters as Mr. World- ly Wiseman, Mr. Legality, Civility, Goodwill, and the Interpreter in his first day of travel. After being shown and having interpreted for him a few examples of the power of God, he leaves the house of the interpreter and continues on his travels. In the course of his journey he meets Faithful, with whom he continues until the city where Vanity Fair is held. There they are both imprisoned, and Faithful is put to death. Christian, however, escapes with the help of Hopeful, who is won to his cause by the calm actions of Faithful even in his death hour. Hopeful continues with Christian and they help each other until they come to the Celestial City and enter in. The second part of the story deals with the family and friends of Christian. Christian's wife, Christina, when she heard the news of Christianis success, became greatly ashamed and repentant. She followed in her husband's footsteps along with her four sons, Joseph, James, Matthew, and Samuel, and a neighbor of theirs, Mercy by name. When they came to the house of the Interpreter, they stayed for a while, and when they left, they were given the use of a guide, Mr. Great-heart. He protected them the rest of their journey, fighting and overcoming many of the dangers that befronted them. When Christian and Christina are reunited in the Celestial City there is much joy and happiness all around. In the story Bunyan implies that legality pre- vent-s religion, and such was the case in his life, for he suffered imprisonment and possible execution for his writings, being a Puritan and, at that time. banned. -RICHARD RUSSELL '53 This Page Sponsored By V1ner's Music Co. John J. Nissen Baking Co. Dyer's Pontiac Bangor Bangor Bar Harbor A WORLD OF PEACE What would the earth be like today If it were full of peace? If the hatred in the world Suddenly all should cease? If nations could see eye to eye, And people face to face, And it made no difference to any man Your color, creed, or race? Someday o'er this earth may come A message sweet and clear, To tell each person, young and old, That peace is very near. If you believe in miracles, And many people do - - Then maybe through your hopes and prayers This dream may soon come true. -JAcQUEI.iNi: Comrrwrzx' '5 '- 1-.-110 THE SCIENTIFIC WAY OF MAKING A PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY SANDWICH Making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich is something I do when there are two conditions: III lim hungry and l2l I canlt get my mother to do it. This is one thing I do very well because my mother doesn't like to make them any more than I do. My whole secret is to do it scientifically. First of all, and the most important, are the in- gredients. They are as follows: one jar of Skippy! Creamy Style Peanut Butter containing T90 roasted peanuts made into a nice, creamy butter-like sub- stance: one jar of Welch's Grapelade jam. made with the sweetest grapes from the best vineyards in the worldg two slices of Mack's King-Size Sunbeam Bread: one stainless steel knife: and, last but not least, a table with a red and white checkered oilcloth. You must be careful, however, to get neither table nor oilcloth into the sandwich. First, you take the two slices of snowy-white Mack's Sunbeam bread and place them side by side on the red and white checkered oilcloth. Then take- your stainless steel table knife, and take approxi- mately 37 peanuts of the 799 in the jar of Skippy's Peanut Butter, and put it on one slice of brad. Be sure you get Skippyis Creamy Style and not the Chunk Style, or you will have lumps in your finished product. meaning the sandwich, of course. Now spread it out evenly! The next step is to pry open the jar of Welch! grape jelly with a can opener. The amount of jelly to use is something I can not disclose to you because it is top secret information. If you don't like grape jelly, you had better forget eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich - - try tuna. It is - - oops! I..et's not get off the subject. Where were we?? Oh yes, spread your jelly smoothly or your sandwich will taste dry. THERE! You're almost done! Now put the two pieces to- gether evenly so that no peanut butter or jelly is showing. Now taste your finished product along with a tall glass of Kellyis pasteurized milk. Good, isnlt it? Or is it? No matter how carefully or how scientif- ically I do it, the sandwich always seems to taste better when my mother makes it. --DANA Cuzavi-:s '58 . 0-i--1 I DON'T LIKE IT The other day someone rushed up to me and said, "How do you like college?" I replied, "It's my sister that goes to college." "Oh," she said, "you two look so much alike I canit tell the difference." Now I like my sister very much, but she is about three inches shorter and several pounds heavier than I, and I dislike being mistaken for her. One lady asked me four times in two weeks when I was leaving for college. Each time I told her that it was my sister who attended college, and she always replied, "I never can tell you apart." Never is right. I also dislike people who argue about which of my relatives I most resemble. One will say, "She looks just like Great-Aunt Ermetrudef' Someone else will pipe in with, "I think she looks more like Uncle Wilbur." I mutter under my breath, "With- out the beard, of coursef' Other comments I dislike having people make about me are those about size, such as: "My how you've grown!" or "I know you don't like my saying this but my, how tall you are!" and "Goodness, aren't you a big girl now ?,' These remarks are frequently made by my parents' friends who haven't seen me for a long time. "Why, she's all grown up. The last time I saw her she was only knee high to a grasshopperf' and "Gracious, how you've changed. What became ol your pigtaiIs?" I wonder what they would say if l hadn't grown since the last time they saw me, or if I should continue to wear pigtails the rest of my life. I strongly believe that adults should not call children over ten pet names like "Sweetiepie," "Precious,,' "Lambkin," and "Honeybun." After all, we don't remain small children all our lives. When I have become an adult, I hope I don't go around making imbecilic remarks to young people. -SALLY Fu1.x.r:n '57 This Page Sponsored By Cunninghanfs Hotel Parkadia Harold MacQuinn On the Waterfront Arthur Seavey, Prop. General Contractor SOMEONEMETRY Here I sit in a fog, not knowing what to write. Mr. Reynolds is standing at the end of the table, leaning on one hand talking about geometry - - that crazy stuff, geometry. From what I gather the problem has something to do with a tower. What they are trying to do with the poor old tower, only the Lord knows. One student says, "This is north." Another says, "Not either, it's south." Now Mr. Reynolds starts in on planes and has pencils and rulers spread out all over the table. He stands straight now and rubs his chin and says, "Well" Finally he goes back to his study hall desk and the poor little dears have to figure it out for themselves. I learned later that it was not geometry they were doing, but trigonometry. Oh well, trigonome- try, sprigonometry - - it all sounds the same to me. -RICHARD Woonwoaru '55 -T11-01-114 BOOKS Books are things which students avoid Whether they be Shakespeare or Freud. Books can be large, small, thick or thin, Telling of the present, future or "what has been." There are books of the old medieval time, And also books that are sold for a dime. Then there are books of long and windy orations And those that tell love tales of the nations. To some, books are treasures to be taken great care of, But to the student, all books are to beware of. -ERLA CLEAVES '55 ..o -1. SPORTSMANSHIP Recently in the Bar Harbor Times appeared an editorial on basketball, the last paragraph of which "So long as we feel that local bas- ketball is an outlet for infantile emo- tionalism of some of the fans we shall feature stories of the weather - - and not basketball." What has happened this past year to make Mr. Shea, himself a basketball fan, adopt such a strong editorial tone? The reason is simple. Some fans, definitely the minority here on Mount Desert Island, have through their poor sportsmanship spoiled the fun and pur- pose of basketball for the fans who still enjoy this sport as it should be enjoyed by all. This is the reason, above any other, that I hoped Bar Harbor High School would win the Bangor Junior Chamber of Commerce good sportsmanship award for medium schools. This award is given annually to the school participating in the Eastern Maine tournament that shows the best sportsman- ship. Bar Harbor's courtesy and politeness to fans, players, and cheerleaders of other teams was nearly above reproach and the older fans followed the students' example. Their combined efforts won for our school a banner which should be prized by all students, faculty, and alumni of Bar Harbor High School. Perhaps Bar Harbor's conduct will prove to all that "courtesy is the best policy" and in the future basketball on Mount Desert Island will regain its proper place as a sport. -JOYCE HIGGINS '58 ii,-0- Oh teacher, teacher, You know itis no useg So please be obliging And turn me loose. I like to fish, I like to hunt, And truly wish I was out of this dump. If I were you And you were me, We might each Have a good personality. follows: -jouw Htyvru '55 This Page Sponsored By Harmon Piano Co. New Atlantic Restaurant Sears, Roebuck, K Co Bar Harbor and Bangor . Bango.r . Bangor 5,1414 Q , .url First Row: Charles Mitchell, David Linscott, Carroll Lurvey, Fred Ames, Maurice Strout, Charles Swanson, Charles Bartlett, Percy Harding, Barry Clark. Second Row: Mr. Curran, Coach Toman, David Dow, William Rodick, Michael Alley, David Farrell, Herbert Mitchell, Theodore Hennigan, Duaine Lis- comb, David Morrison, Christopher White, Nelson Walls, Mr. Pierce. Third Row: Gerald Johnson, Richard Copp, Alan Wilkinson, Sheldon Goldthwait, Geena Davis, Richard Givens, Richard Russell, Peter Young. aaofdall... The Bar Harbor Seasiders opened their practice sessions in the latter part of August under the coach- ing of james Toman. Coach Toinan had eleven veterans back, plus a few more new candidates. The veteran positions were held down from end to end by' left end Carroll Lurvey and his capable replacement. Malcolm Wentworth, and right ends Charles Swanson and Richard Givens. The tackles were three year veteran Sheldon Goldthwait. and hard working' Alan Wlilkinson. along with Theodore llennigan and Howard Hamor. The guards were two of the most capable mcn on any' ol the Little Ten Conference teams - Barry Clark. honorable mention first team. and David Linseott. first tea'n for the second year in succession. Quarterback position was held down by Charles Mitchell who did a fine job of signal callinf. Co-ordinating quarter- back Carroll Lurvey' also did a fine job. The sehool's surprise and delight was in David Farrell who did a tremendous job at one halfback slot. The other half- back position was strongly' held down hy power- house and captain of the team. Maurice Strout. The boys not mentioned here are the so-called unseen heroes: they had a great deal to do with the spirit and morale of the team. The Seasiders ended up with 4 wins, 3 losses. Dar Harbor 7 Ellsworth 6 Bar Harbor 24 Hampden 0 Dar Harbor 0 Lincoln 0 liar Harbor 23 Orono 6 liar Harbor O Belfast 6 liar Harbor 54 Rueksport T Rar Harbor 12 Dexter 33 Dar Harbor 0 Dover 13 HIGHLIGHTS OF Tllli GAMES l'vlllIlIf!'Sf Momenl: Guard llarry Clark switched to the backfield for his first time. We huddled, we told him where to run, and said. uYou're on your ownfi He got the hall and said, Nvlfhat do l do?" - Guess what happened! Sarlrlesl Moment: ln the Lincoln game. David Farrell. classy' half- lvack. got a touchdown called back in the earlier part of the game . . . result - score 0 - 0. deadlock. Mos! Spectacular Play: A possibility of a win for the other team was say ed by' David Farrell. He was knocked out of the play, got up ten yards behind the opposing man who was touchdown bound. caught him after a long 15 yard run. and brought him down with a shoe- and l. tie. string tackle on the T yard line. 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S1-4-mul llmv: G1-rural Uarluml. llulv:-rl SlilI1lQ'f. James SlPt'llSll'il. llic-llzlrcl Givens. Ulu-str-r Cray. ,lnlm lv-lly. Clmrlcs xlnles. llaviml Young, Kvnnc-ll1 llanswnn, lluuim- l,isc-umlm, llalv Anne-s. arlmx 7'hi.w Page Sponsorecl By X ,I. llalvll X Sun Ke-lm Garage-. lm-, Wlllfy llhl Sinn- ifllryslm-1' - l'lymoulll lfllxwultll K Lv X. First Row: Coach Knapp, Donald Hanscom, Michael Larrahee Watson Robhm Charles Ames, David Farrell, Howard Hamor. Second Row: Nelson Walls. Peter Young, Robert Stanley, Peter lxm sley Lloyd Norwood, Richard Givens, Dana Cleaves, Dale Ames. ,Q ef. awww The Jayvccs had their ups and downs. wimun about half of their games and often putting on som good exhihilions in tight places. They were well coached by lVlr. Knapp and Mr. Dowling and got some good experience. Bar Harhor Bar Harhor Har Harlwor Har Harbor Bar Harlaor Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Bar llarlmor Bar Harbor Dar Harbor Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Har Harbor Har llarlwor liar llarlmor Bar Harbor 65 Old Town 88 Orono 57 Pemetic 47 Blue Hill 48 Mt. Desert 62 Milo 58 Buck-sport 40 Sumner 53 Ellsworth 75 Blue Hill 55 Orono 73 Sumner 4-1 Pemetic 45 Mt. Desert 32 Ellsworth 61 Bucksport 0 ilI7orfcit This Page Sponsored By lwdgal s Childrenls Store R. H. lVloon R lr Wevnxlouth M D liar Harlmor Bar Harlror lar llfu r WMM sigma, . am A liar llarbor liar llatrlvor liar llarbor liar Ilarltor Ilan' llurlmor First liow: Joy Lyniburner. Martha Hanscom, Bertha Hauer, Jane llartzell, Dorothy Abbott, Sally Fuller, Elizabeth Abbott, Geral- dine Abbott. 1 Second Row: Jean liurr. Joyce Linscott. Jacqueline Courtney, Edna Leighton, Joycc lvcrson, Alison Beal. Last it-ar's softball record was as follows: liucksport, won ljllsworth, lost Sumner, lost Mt. llcscrt, won Blue Hill, lost Peinctic. won liucksport, won Ellsworth, lost lf? I,t'IIl4'lll' 23 liar llarbor 36 Vlfintcrport 2 l'illsworll1 0 liar llarhor -1.1 Fllsworth 21- lVlt. llcsvrl IT liar llarbor "ll Mt. Desert 22 l'1-nwtim' LIT liar llarlwor 30 Sumner T SUIIIIIPI' 26 Front Row: Sally Fuller. lVlartha Hanscom, Elizabeth Abbott. Dorothy Abbott, Joy Lymburner, ,Jacqueline Courtney . Carolyn Salisbury, Joyce Linscott, Fdna Leighton. Se-cond Row: Sandra Wilkinson, Jesse Higgins. Allison Fisher, Jean- vtll' liotliclx. Joyce lvcrson. Mary Owens. Alberta Norton. Betsy Fly nn. Sandra Paine. liianc lJorr,Ju1ly Young, lVlr. lliz-rt'c.coz1cl1 This Page Sponsored By l,1-slic llnnton M A Salisbury Con' . . Clark. lnc. Fllsworth Builder Supply C0 Florist - Ellsworth lfllswolth WWW B The Bar Harbor Seasiders got away for a slow start on what proved to be another very fine season for Coach Toman and his thirteen man squad. With approximately a three weeks break between football and basketball's opening, the boys were a bit tired, but ready to go. Jim Toman, who has been trying for three con- secutive years to build a team under conditions which cannot be improved as yet, finally came through with a fine ball club. The team had seven seniors, but a good reserve squad for next year's club. The team was sparked by Raymond Gray, Car- ? .,.,.., f - Black moved to a quick ten point lead at the half. The Ellsworth Eagles, who had been defeated by only one Maine team in the preceding two years, fought back with everything they had in the last quarter, but proved to be unsuccessful. ln the last period, the Eagles went into a full court press, but the Bar Harbor five had control of the game all the way, and went on to defeat Ellsworth by fifteen points. The Seasiders record was as follows: roll Lurvey, Herbert Mitchell, Bernard McKay, Bar Harbor 55 Old TOWII 76 Barry Clark, and Maurice Strout. Clark, the only Bar Harbor 65 OFOIIO. 78 junior among the starters, will be back next year. Bar Harbor 56 PCIYICUC 63 Bernie McKay, one of the most improved ball players Bar Hafbfff 72 Blue Hill 37 on the team, did a fine job on the boards, teaming Bar Ha1'b0T 35 Ml- Desert 71 up with Maurice Strout and Raymond Gray. Next Bar Haflml' 53 M110 61 year's reserves, along with Barry Clark, are James Bar Harbor 71 BUCk5P0ft 46 Steenstra, John Kelly, Chester Gray, Sheldon Gold- Bar Hafbffl' 69 Sumner 59 thwait, and Kenneth Hanscom. David Young and Bar Harbor 62 EllSWOrll1 47 Charles Swanson also did a fine job, and have seen Bar Hafbflf 30 Blue Hill 39 the last of their court action. Ear Elafgof gYCU0 69 31' 1 50 The biggest game of :ie lrefgular seasondcame op Bar Hgibgf. 67 P22232 42 January 14, when the lg - 'ying Seasi ers wag Bar Harbor 56 Mt' Desert 49 lopped Ellsworth, the defending State Class L Bar Harbor 43 Ellsworth 73 Champions, 62 to 4-7. With the Casino walls buck- Bar Harbor 2 nBuckSp0rt 0 ling under the roars of the fans, the Orange and ulyorfeit ' 1955 BASKETBALL TROPHIES ZIVA .4 . " . - - .::':i ' "'2 ,.,,.,,,.,.,., .,,.,::,.,. X .,.,., V - .,..,., - 'o'l'2f if .Hg " ':.- 5 I :-' 7 "4 "" If: zzz ,,t. '- Z 1-'1 I.. :ii'. This Page Sponsored By Shelton Bros., Inc. Chambers Chevrolet Co. Willis Sz Son Plumbing - Heating Bar Harbor Jewelers '7 The Seasiders, having ended their regular season and then annexed the Hancock County Champion- ship by edging out Pemetic in one of the hottest contested games of the year, moved on to the East- ern Maine Tournament. Paired first with Orono, Tomanis boys expected trouble that didn't materialize, and ran away with the game, the score being 78 to 55. The next day was not so easy, the boys having suffered a bit of a let down maybe, or perhaps encountering a pretty good team from Calais High, but they won by a small margin, 49 to 43. Bar Harbor had won its way into the final round against top-seated Hallowell, whose speed and abil- ity the sports writers kept commenting on. But they, too, bowed to the Seasiders, the score telling the story pretty well, 72 to 4-9. Now the Eastern Maine Tournament was over, and Toman's Seasiders were the champs. Carroll Lurvey and Raymond Gray were chosen All-Eastern Maine, with Carroll Lurvey picked as the most valuable player of the tournament. Herbert Mitchell and Barry Clark were given honorable mention. And something else Bar Harbor won too, the Sportsmanship Award, given each year by the Ban- gor Chamber of Commerce to the class M basketball team and its rooters that, in the opinion of the judges, display the best sportsmanship. Of course this award couldn't have been won by the team aloneg it needed the wonderful sportsmanship of our fine cheerleaders and fans. Seldom has thi-s valuable award been made to a winning team. Coach Toman and the Seasiders were feeling pretty good, and now they settled down to some more hard work in preparation for the state title game. Before a capacity crowd, Bar Harbor faced the Western Maine champs of Paris High for the state crown. The opening quarter of the ball game looked at first like a runaway for the Seasiders, but Paris wa-s a determined team, and tied it up, 14- to 14, at the end of the first quarter. At half time the Seasiders were behind, 25 to 23. The third quarter was the deciding eight minutes that turned the tide once and for all. The fine substituting by John Kelly, who got four quick baskets in a row, broke the tension and the game wide open, so that for a while the Seasiders were leading by 16 points. With substitution for the whole team, Bar Harbor's lead dwindled to six points at the final whistle. But the Seasiders were the Maine Champs by 52 to 46. Il was a triumphant moment in the long annals of Bar Harbor High sports - - the first state championship the school had ever won. STATE TROPHY AND BASKETBALLS Q 4? 2? E es is X X This Page Sponsored By Clark Coal Co. 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H. llmlgkillf I'wl'1'll4'lllllLlIl5 Huy Hmllingi Cu Hllftllll Higgins Nhll' tHlllI'il4'lHl'5 Ilan' llalrlmr lieu' llalrlmr STATE OF MAINE CLASS "M" CHAMPIONS Back row, left to right: Richard Russell, assistant managerg James Steenstra, Charles Swanson, Sheldon Coldthwait, Coach Jim Tornan, Chester Gray, David Young, Kenneth Hanscom, Lawrence Abbott, Mgr. Front: John Kelly, Barry Clark, Herbert Mitchell, Carroll Lurvey, Bernard McKay, Raymond Gray. T his Page Sponsored By Adler's Dress Shop Leach's Service Station Shirols .l0hI1 Hamlin Bar Harbor Bar Harbor Tailor - Cottage St. Town Hill v f- u PQ uf 4 . fqcfiailie 3' Y 'um v D 9 8 4 CNY' 'xq,gi" First Row: Mary Owens, Carolyn MacQuinn, Sheldon Goldthwait, Herbert Mit chell, Joy Lymburner. Erla Cleaves, Mary Lou Moran. Second Row: Mr. Rogers, advisor, Joyce Iverson, Alan Wilkinson Mary lou Conners, Gerard Garland. Sluzfenl earned The Student Council started this year off with a hang by attending the State Student Council Con- vention in Augusta on November 11 and 12. At this convention we entered Mary Lou Conners as a can- didate for the secretary ofthe State Student Council Kssociation. She was elected to the office. and we were very proud because this was the first time that Bar Harbor had attended the convention or entered a candidate for office. We have had regular meetings and occasionally some dinner meetings. We set up a committee which made revisions in the school constitution. The Stua dent Council also sponsored the annual junior llayseed Hall. Mr. Rogers was our advisor. Uur officers this year were: President ......i..............,.................. Herbert Mitchell Vice President ...... .... S heldon Coldthwait Secretary ......... ...... J oy Lyinhurner This Page Sponsored By Dodge Clothes Morrison llairies Inc. Maf'l,eod's Variety Stole X Friend Bangor liar Harbor Main Street Bangor rquefnf-fy eanamflffee . . . 'I'ln- Vllillflllilll of ilu- Slurlvnl Asscmlmly Connnil- lc-v lllis your was Carolyn lVlacQuinn. Thr- l't'lllillIllll'I' ol lln- vonnnillvo was made up of I'ClH'0Sl'IllQZlllVl'Q from vaurlx vlzlss - janv llartzell, Cllarlcs Amos, Betsy lflynn. and Boyd Wasgalt. ,'Xssvxnlrlis's wvrv plannvtl for Friclay zlllvrlloons. Soznm- ol ilu- assc-mlmlics wcre "Thv llousc of lVlugic," prvsmlm-cl by tho General Electric Company. tho movin- "A Clll'lSllll2lS Carolgl' movies and a talk by lln- Air lforcr- of Dow Air Force Basv: ancl il talk In l"Zlllll'l' lfillion from the Oblale- Seminary. Many pe-p rallivs we-ro on the schedule also. Mrs. Libby was the aclvisor. llc-lsy lflynn. Clmrlr-S Milos. Carolyn lVlau'Quinn. ,Ianv llurlzvll. lloyl Wusgall, Mrs. l,ilJl1y, aulvisor. 7'llI..Y Page Sponsored liy l I'4'l'Illilll,S Slow- S2lYlIl'S ill-nr-ml Slow- lloyl Hll'llZll'llS0ll X Son H2llll'0l'li llousm ulllwa-sl llalrlmr 'l'rm'nlon Solnvsvillv ljllsworlll First Row: Jane Hartzell, Rosalie Murray, Robert Garland, Erla Cleaves, Vernon McFarland, Edna Leighton, Sheldon Coldthwait, Diane Ingalls, Mary Lou MOIHH. Second Row: Mr. Emery, director, Jean Carter, Sonja Clatworthy, Mary Owens, Charles Ames, Michael Larrabee, James Bousfield, Jacqueline Courtney, Donald Hanscom, Gerard Garland, Beatrice Hayes. sawanzw... The whole town talked about Wllhe Whole Town! Talkingf when the Bar Harbor High players pre- sented this hilarious, gay '20's, three act farce written by John Emerson and Anita Loos. lt was the unusual story of a somewhat mixed-up love affair which produced startling results. The costumes for this play were original gay '20's sty les and added much to the play. Consideralile talent was exhibited by Vernon McFarland, Erla Cleaves, Edna Leighton, Robert Garland, Mary Lou Moran, Sheldon Goldth- wait, Michael Larrabee, Jean Carter, Diane Ingalls, Rosalie Murray, Jacqueline Courtney, Charles Ames and Mary Owens. Many thanks go to Mr. Dale Emery, director, and all others who helped make this play a success. This Page Sponsored By Pilot s Grill C. D. Merrifield Co., lnc. Olympic Sporting Goods Co., Bar Harbor Bangor Office Supplies S. Equip. Inc., Bangor McKay Cottage s S4-ulr-cl: Clirislnpln-r While-. Mirluu-l Doyle. Cvralrl Johnson, Arthur lVlacPike. llvulrivn- Ilinr-s. YVI1-. Curran. 1-nuvli. ,luyvv Higgins, lliann- lngalls. Cyllllllil Stuart. lVlill'f Uwvns. Standing: ling:-in' Stcnurt. lfclgnr lllimlvs. fbedafe... Uni' lvznns got ull' lu il gnml slzlrl. Vlfv rlvlullvcl SllIllll1'l'. lluf-kspnrl. zinrl lfllswmtll in lliv llanmi-k Cnunly 1.1-aguv uilli 21 good pcl'c's'l1lag0 nl wins. Wei ulsn pz1l'lif'ip11lz-cl in lln' l'viml1sm-nl Valli-5 Cniif0i'mn'0. Uni' xnrsili clvlvnlurs wvrv llval1'im'm' llzlyvs. hlillll' Ingalls. Mary Uwvlis. ,luyw lliggins. lfugvin' Slvxx- ill'l. annl Xrllnn' lVlm-I'iki-. ln lln- nnvivv mlivisinn in-rv liln'islnpln'r Xxillilll C4-rnlal jnlnisnn. limlgan- Illmili-s. Nlivlinvl llnylv. uncl Cynlliiu Sluairl, 7'!n'.s l'UQl' S zolzsorvrl Hy . l . 1 T Cnpp 'liln- lirnimny IUA Crnsliy Buick Bnyingtun lmros. ' nlun Mwlln-ust Ilan-Imr liznigor Snulllwvsl Harbor First Row: Nelson Walls, ,leryl Wasgatt, Sandra Wilkirisori, Edna Leighton, lVlary Owens, Cynthia Stuart, Sally Fuller, Diane Ingalls, Dana Cleaves, Mr. Bernard, advisor. Second Row: joseph Norton, Peter Young, David Young, Richard Russell. John Heath, Kenneth Hanscom, Fred Ames, James Steenstra, Richard Woodworth, Donald Hanscom, Lewis Hersey. Third Row: Raymond Richardson, Lloyd Norwood, Donald Cotton, Linwood Wooclmrorth, .lohn Kelly, Watson Robbins, ,lanies Bousfield, Richard Givens. Edgar Rhodes, Robert Blake. Raml.. Our band has completed its first year under the leadership of Mr. Edward Bernard. We started the year off playing at a big pep rally and at a few football games. Near the end of Novem- ber, we marched at Bangor in the Christmas parade. We held our annual Christmas concert in lJPt,'t'Illl1t'l' and were proud of its grand success. Some members of our band were chosen to at- tend the All State Festival in April. They were Cyn- thia Stuart, Fred Ames, Peter Young, David Young, W'atson Robbins, Sally Fuller, and Edna Leighton. The entire band is now rehearsing for the festival in Dexter. 7'l1.1's Page Sponsored Hy Hancock Wholesale Tobacco Carl's Grocery Luchini's ll. C. AuStiIl X C0 Co. - Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Glavwa. . This ye-ur the chorus was organized with thirty- Two chorus nleinbers, ,lanies Bousfield and 1-ight inemlwrs. lnder the direction of Mr. Bernard, Richard Woodworth, were chosen to represent Bar they presented an lllirislinas Concert, which was u llarbor High Scl1ool at the State of Maine Music lvig slim-1-ss. Festival in Portland. First Row: jesse lliggins, ,ludy Stanley, Louise Nickels, Rosalie Murray, Elaine Grindlv, Judy lltscovitz. Alison Beal, ,lean Burr, Joanne Daigle, Corrine Farrell. jean Carter, Margaret Stanley. Second Row: Sandra Wilkinson. Elizabeth Abbott, Jcryl Wasgatt, Jeannette Hodick. lidna Leighton. Mary Owens, Betsy Flynn, Cynthia Stuart, Alberta Norton. Sully lfuller, Ilurshelleen Crossnian, Janice Liscomb, Rita Leathers, Mary Lou Conners, Sandra Paine, Judy Young, Mr. Bernard, director. Third Row: Ronald Robinson. llohcrt Stanley, Stanley Harris, James Bousfield, Geena Davis. Vernon Wood, David Young, Edgar Rhodes, David Beal, Donald llanscoin. fbmceliaml... Sm-ated: .lainie-s Douslield. lfdna l.t-ighton. Sally lfuller. llivliard Vlfoodworth. l"re-d Annes. lftlgai' lihodes. l.m-isis llersey. Jann-s Slt't'llSll'll. Standing: David Young. john Kelly. l'ett'r Young. This Page Sponsored Hy ow S Nvally Co. tl. l. Garland ,l. W. Silk S4 Son Jaeolfs Itrmgm- lionlravtoi' Plunilring - lla-ating lludio St-rv Xj l s 1 y J V ' t ,,-'X 1 ' af fag c Ljgff OJ Elaine Crindle, Margaret Stanley, Nancy Graves, Bertha Hauer, Sonja Clatworthy, Beatrice Hayes. Mqzmtm... The girls chosen for majorettes this year were Elaine Grindle, Margaret Stanley, Alison Beal, and Sonja Clatworthy. Alternates were Joanne Daigle and Jessie Higgins. They practised regularly from October on with the three veterans, Bertha Hauer, vBeatrice Hayes, and Nancy Graves, head majorette. N A J ' .1 X, '3 J , . Y , ,fl X ,J , J , X J i J ., J . XJ 5 J . Nb 1 X. J The majorettes marched in the Christmas parade in Bangor and at the championship basketball game in Waterxfille. They also attended the annual Music Festival, and are now preparing for the Memorial Day parade. A Edna Leighton, Geraldine llodgkins, Mary Lou Couriers, i Corrine Farrell, Geraldine Abbott. Iaqaeee The jayvee cheerleaders were chosen by the new members of the faculty. Those selected were Cer- aldine Abbott, Mary Lou Conners, Geraldine Hodg- kin-s, Corrine Farrell, and Grace Reddy. Edna Leigh- ton replaced Grace Reddy late in the season when Grace became ineligible. Geraldine Abbott was head cheerleader. The cheerleaders made up many new cheers and songs, which added to the enjoy ment of the success- ful jayvee basketball season. This Page Sponsored By Cordon S. Young liar Harbor Motor Co. liar Harbor Bar Harbor - Ellsworth Sachsmanis Stanley l"isli1 rn s Bar Harbor Manset I Front Row: Edna Leighton, Geraldine Abbott, Jane Hartzell. Standing: Joy Lyinhurner, Betsy Flynn. Wmadqe The- varsity cheerleaders were chosen this YPZII' hy thc new lttt'lIllNYI'S of the faculty. Betsy lflynn was 1-hosvn Infact tzhevrluadcr. and those- working with he-r were lfdna l.eight1:n. tit-ralrlinv Ahlrott. .lox l,tIlllllll'Ilf'I' and janv llartzf-ll. New hlavk jumpers nvrt' Ill1lll4', whit-It were xsorn with orange lnlouses. A The 4-heerleaders had a very successful sea-son. most particularly cheering their team to vivtory at the tournament and state championship games. and they helped a great deal in ilu- winning of the East! ern lVlaine Class "Nl" Sportsmanship Banner for liar llarhor. 'J ffxx, "0" vig Wk N Rv .t-fp 1, gif? .Q 4 I, . lfdna Leighton. Geraldine Mmlvott. lletsy Flynn, ,lot l.yIlllILll'Il0I', ,lane lftartzell. Tlzis Page Sponsored By 1ilurvS lim-orcl Shop Cindt-rt-lla Beauty Shop Dim-k's lit-staurant jellison liar llarlrol' liar llarlmor lVlain Street lVlt. Desert Nutt gaqfi' Sfafe Gibb' Sfafe Bernard McKay, James Bousfield, Nancy Graves, Jane Hartzell Last year the Bar Harbor delegates to Dirigo Boys' State were James Bousfield and Bernard Mc- Kay. Boysl State, held at the University of Maine for one week in June, is to teach high school boys how the various levels of their government operate. James Bousfield was appointed chief game warden, and Bernard McKay was elected to the House of Representatives. The boys were very proud that two men from their home town were advisors, Mr. Seth Libby and Mr. Everett Gerrish. Jane Hartzell and Nancy Graves were selected to attend Dirigo Girls' State which was held for one week last June at Colby College. The purpose of Girlsl State is to teach the girls about the state and federal governments and how they operate. Jane was elected fire chief of her town and Nancy ran for state representative. Melansonls Jewelry Co. Ellsworth This Page Sponsored By Heals Jewelry Shop Adams Dress Shop Vena McGinley Ellsworth Ellsworth Ellsworth Lust war on Aprilll. ilu-annual junim'Spf'akil1g 4-null-sl uns lu-lil at tliv Casinn. 'raking parl wvrv Carolyn Mau'Quinn. Erla Clean-5. ,levy I1yIllllUI'll1'I'. Mary l,nu lVlmn'z1n. ,lacfqlivlilw Cuurlnvy. Bcrnarll 'Ylm-Kay. lVl2llll'lI'l' Slruul. llc-rlmvrl lVlilcln-ll. Carroll l,uru 5. nnil ,lzlnn-s lmusln-lcl. lVlr. W1'x lnoutll sm-:Wm-ll as our 1-uavll. .lilf'1Illl'lllH' lfulirlln-5 nnfl ,lzinn-s liuuslivlfl rv- 1-1 iw-ml ilu- llc-nrgv l". llc-rrp vups. ,Ivy l,ymlnurm-r :xml f.a1rrull l,uru-x 11-c'viw-rl lwmvralmlo nwnlinn. lim-li spm-ukvr uns givvn a nicflal. Wllssfinll fflvmis0l1lvl'lzllll0cl during inte-rnni-ssimn In playing sf-wrul selections on ilu' piano. .wi , 3 'lf 4, , -iw ,...1 ..,. WV lwrsl limi: Lurrull l.uru-5. ,lzufquc-linv C0llI'llll'y. ,lanu-s linusfic-lil. Joy Lym- lnurnm-r. Mary l,uu lxfitiliilll. 54-uuul limi: lui-lu Llc-aiu-s. lxlilllflft' Flmul. lh'rnurml Mclini. lll'l'lN'l'l Milulncll. fiilflilf n lVlzu'Quinn. This Page Sponsored Hy vc-rn fiI'1'l'llllllll54'F Nluunluin Vim-is ci4llllll2l'5 lllllvlxlvjis lin-nnmuml lfranlx Slllllll I,llllll1' T0 liar llalrlmr Cotta-'vs - llulls Cum L. ' llulls Cam L 5 Sally Fuller, John Kelly, Herbert Mitchell, ljrla Cleaves, Sandra Vililkinson, James Steenstra. vwmzs , Sv " ' ..... ..... , C ' lie . H' 'hard Salisbury The students, selected by their classmates and -M-iillgrlaoelaviec Eerhert Mikhail faculty, who recewed the typical Student Cups last Sophomores .... Sandra Wilkinson. James Steenstra year were: Sally Fuller, john Kelly l'i1'CSlltllCtl .... Nahanni ,llama Swag ... ln the latter part of May, 1954. Vivian Scott anfl mony two seniors. ,lane Cormier and Mary ,lane john Lymhurner, the Senior members of the Bar Spear. along with two juniors. Erla Cleaves and joy Harbor Chapter of the National Honor Society. con- l,yml1urner, were tapped into the society. mlucterl the initiation ceremony. During this cere- This Page Sponsored By Green K Copp Co. J. J. Newherry Co. Raymond F. Sargen Bar Harbor Ellsworth Ellsworth 71- '7een4 l'r4-sulm-nt ..,....... Vim- l'rt-sitlu-nt AW I A Ill'l'Sltl4'Ill ........ Vim- l'ra-siili-nt I f Carolyn Mau'Quinn Svvn-tu1'y' .... ..... J oy Lyinhurnvr . ........ lfrla Clvaiym-s Trvasurvr Mary Owens be-MMM N First liow: jucly Etsrovitz. Elaine Crincllv. Margaret Stanley. Corrinc- Farrell. joy Lymhurnvr. Carolyn Mac-Quinn. Erla Clm-avi-s. Mary Owens. Marjorie llawkt-S. Mary l.ou Moran. Rosalie' Murray. lllillll' lngalls. S1-conrl Row: Louisa' Nix-ki-ls. Uvrtruflv Kitlclz-r. Sunclra Mt'Nvul. lflaino Sylvia. lluth Sllt'l'Illitll. llux'slu-lla-vii Crossinan. lilizuln-tli Alrliott. Cvrultlinv lloclg- l-tins, Sonja Clutviorthy. lioatrico llayvs, Sunrlru ljilllltk ,lucly Young. Ali- son l"isln-r. Ji-an Burr. lla-vc-rly Kittrvclgc. Sunmlra Wilkinson. Thirrl Row: llianc- llorr. Mary l.ou Connors. ,lvanm-ttv llorlivli. janv llartzvll. l"1'z1llc'0s llawlws. llvtsy lflynn. Cynthia Stuart. juvqucliln- Courtnvy. Suz- unnv Larrahcc, Sally l"ullt'r, Gail Brewer, ,lc-ryl Wasgatl. lftlnu Leighton. ........ ,lzunt-s llousliolnl l'lt'l'I'l'lill'y .... ,lunn-s Slt'l'IlSll'il llir-liaml xxi0lNiWUI'lll 'l'1'onst1i'c1' B1-rnartl lVlclizly l"ront llow: lluaine Liscoinlv. lliclmrcl Give-ns. Laysrencc Cunningham. Ber- nurcl McKay. Ril'llJ.ll'll Vilootlwortll. Jzlnws llousfivlcl. Janws Slt'PIlSlI'i.l, llonztlcl li1lIISt'0Ill. Vvrnon Mclwarlantl. Fm-rl Anton. Mr. l,ll'l'l't'. atlyisor: Sm-oncl lion: Vaughn lloovh. llvrlwrt Mitvln-ll. llurry Clark. .lohn Ks-lly. Car- roll l.urym-y. Watson llohlains. Shi-lrlon Colcltlmalit, Linysootl Wootlworlh, llzuitl Young. This Page' Sponsnrerl lfy M. fl. 'l'orrvy. M.Il. Manltlockis Sport Shop lfllsworth lillsworth First Row: Joanne Daigle, Carolyn MacQuinn, Marjorie Hawkes, Gertrude Kidder. Mary Lou Moran, Philip Sanborn, Gracy Reddy, Geraldine Nhlrott. Judy Etscovitz. Second Row: Martha Hanscom, Alison Fisher, Jean Carter. Alison Heal. Cor- rine Farrell. Sonja Clatworthy. lrouise Nickels, Beverly Kittredge, Rosalie Murray. Mr. Tyler. advisor. Third Row: Geraldine Hodgkins, Bertha Hauer. Jane llartzell, Suzanne Lar- rabee, Jacqueline Courtney, Frances Hawkes, Elizabeth Abbott. eammeaaial ezur . . This year the Bar llarlior High School Commer- cial Cluh was organized with Mr. Tyler as the ad- visor. One of the first things that was undertaken was the selling ol pencils and book covers to the students. The other major project was the publishing of the monthly school paper, The lslet. The officers elected were: President ....................,.,........ .... lV lary l,ou Moran Gertrude Kidder Marjorie lliiwlies Philip Sanhorn Vice President .... Secretary ........ Treasurer ..... A. Stroud Rodick eal Estate - lnsurance This Page Sponsored By Bar ll3Tl1llI'Wdl6l'ClJ. Central House Smith X Fenton Main Street Cottage Street liar llarlror Wade! fvalliand Glad . . . r" I"mnt I Iiumlu-r ilu- guirlauw of lVIr. I'i1'l'1'l'. tht- Iinitml Xalimis Cluh was orgauizvcl Im' tht' first IIIIH' at liar IIill'INll' Iligh Svllool, with lwm-nity-1-igllt llIt'ttlIN'I'b viimlli-cl. During thi- yvar the vluh cliscussvfl llllttt1'l'UllS nays lu raisi- lltHIl1'y to carry out various pmjm'4'ts. Un IVIart'h I2. a food sale was hr-Icl at Mrs. Quimhfs storm-. during which the- Cluh raisvil Ullllllgll :num-5 lu si-ml sonic- ti-xt-hooks to thu ncvily si-limits in Afrira. Uffii-r-rs of thc II. N. Clulmvm-11-: l'rt-sith-nt ,........... .. ........................... Erla CII-avr-s Vim- l'i-I-sitlt-nt IIvall'iu- Ilayvs Sl'l'l'l'l2lI'y ....... .... , lot I,yttlIllll'lll't 'I'i'1-alsun-1' ,.... ..... I 'Ir-rln-rt IVIil1'Iu-II How: Itnsalic IVIurray. Judy Iftsm-uvitz, Iflaiue llrimllv. joy Lymhurnor. 5i'alrim- Ilaws. Ifrla CII-uws. Ilvrlwrt IVIitcIu-II, IVIarjoric Ilawkes, Mar- garvt Staulvy. ,lucly Young. fm-mul Huw: Wlr. I'ivrf-4-. aclvisurz Ilianm' Ingalls. Imuisv Nivki-ls. Sauclra 'aim-. ,lm-ryl Wasgatt. I.axs1'tm-r- Iillltllltlgllilltl. Sonja Clalwurthy. Sandra Wilkinsuu. Iliaiu- Ilurr. ,lilllIl't' I,is1'omI1. ff. lhiril Hun: Currim- I"arrc-II. Cynthia Stuart, jacqut-Iiuv Cuurliwy. V1-rmm Wuml. Ili-lsy Iflyuu, Mary Uiwus. Ugffaeimm... Q QQ ga 'First Row: Jeryl Wasgatt. Nancy Graves, Gertrude Kidder, Sandra McNeal. Patricia Goodwin. Marjorie llawkes, ,lane Hartzell, Elaine Crindle, ,lac- queline Courtney. Beatrice Hayes, Joy Lymburner, Mary Lou Moran. Second Row: Sandra Wilkinson, Bertha Hauer, Louise Nickels, Hurshelleen Crossinan, Joyce Linscott, Alberta Norton, Betsy Flynn, Erla Cleaves, Lawrence Cunningham, Nelson Walls, Michael Alley, Eugene Stewart, Dana Cleaves, Margaret Stanley. .fidaaaiwu . . First Row: Gertrude Kidder. Beverly Kittredge, Judy Young, Sandra Wilkinson ,loyce lverson, Louise Nickels, Joanne Daigle. Second Row: Mrs. Fogg. head librarian, Barbara Seeley. Sonja Clatworthy Mlierta Norton. Jacqueline Courtney, Edgar Rhodes, llushelleen Crossnian ,leryl Wasgatt. - AClass of 1954 - ABBOTT, RICHARD-U. S. Army, Germany BOWKER, PATRlCIA-Mrs. Peter Salari, North- east Harbor, Maine BURCH, LAWRENCE-Employed at Bar Harbor Sales Company, Bar Harbor, Maine CORMIER, J ANE-Gorham State Teachers College, Gorham, Maine DOYLE, BETTY ANN-Mrs. Joseph Doyle, Wash- ington, D. C. DOYLE, JOAN-Husson College, Bangor, Maine DOYLE, LELAND--Maine Maritime, Castine, Maine F OGG, JOANNE-Mrs. Richard Walls, Hulls Cove, Maine GILES, PATRICIA-Mrs. Richard Burns, Somes- ville, Maine GIVENS, GAIL-Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts LEE, ALAN--Employed at Morrison Dairies, Bar Harbor, Maine LEIGHTON, F RANCENA--Gorham State Teachers College, Gorham, Maine LEIGHTON, NANCY LEE-Employed at Bar Har- bor Banking Sz Trust Co., Bar Harbor, Maine LYMBURNER, JOHN-University of Maine, Orono, Maine MCFARLAND, LAWRENCE-Home, Bar Harbor, Maine MCQUINN, LOUIS-U. S. Army, Germany McQUINN, MADELINE-Mount Ida, Newton, Massachusetts PORTER, RAYMOND-United States Navy, Nor- folk, Virginia RICHARDSON, FRED-Employed by Mr. Richard- son, Town Hill, Maine RIDDELL, GEORGE-Employed at First National Bank, Bar Harbor, Maine SALISBURY, RICHARD-University of Maine, Orono, Maine SCOTT, SARAH VIVIAN-Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio SHELTON, RICHARD-University of Maine, Orono, Maine SPEAR, MARY JANE-Gorham State Teachers College, Gorham, Maine STANLEY, RONALD-United States Air Force, California SWANSON, LAVERNE-Employed by Stars, Newton, Massachusetts WOOD, CARROLL-United States Air Force, England 1414011411 We are continuing our policy of not offering criticism of the individual exchange yearbooks. We greatly enjoy them all, and we think that the ex- changes showed commendable workmanship and organization. Our exchanges for this year include the following. THE HILLCREST Bucksport High School THE MICROPHONE Hermon High School THE PEMETIC Pemetic High School THE TRIDENT Brewer High School THE SACHEM Old Town High School THE JESTER Ellsworth High School THE KEYSTONE Crosby High School THE BREEZE Stonington High School THE CHRYSALIS Greenville High School THE BOREAS Bingham High School THE SKIPPER Mount Desert High School THE CRIMSON CRIER Orono High School THE CHIEFTAIN Husson College THE SPINDRIFT Sumner High School Ganhfiuiau The Islander Board extends its thanks to the follow- ing contributors: liar Harbor Buzzellls Gulf Station Bar Harbor Sales, Inc Francis P. Ahlblad Shea Bros. Dow Cottage Douglas Bakery Green Bros. Caseyls Barbershop Sally Gilley Louise Leland Dora Brewer Albert Cunningham Sheldon Coldthwait Northeast Harbor Ronnie's Lunch Soulhwest Harbor Sawycr's Market Ellsworth Ashmore Bros. Perlin's Sun Diner Brookside Restaurant Tracy's Restaurant Alexander's Pharmacy Co. George L. Rand, 0.D. Hale S1 Hamlin M. R. 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