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Fifties

50 Class Secretary: Lois Keniston Penney, 75 Hickory Hill Rd., Kensington, CT 06037-1209Class President: George M. Gamble, Jr., One Wyeth Rd., Hanover, NH 03755-2301Next Reunion in 2000. The Class was saddened to learn of the death of Kathryn Kerr, daughter of George and Frances Curry Kerr, and we send them our heartfelt sympathy.
51 Class Secretary: Dorothy Webb Quimby, P.O. Box 417, Unity, ME 04988-0417Co-Class Presidents: Wilfred and Melissa Meigs Barbeau, 1 Grove St., Barrington, RI 02806-1921Next Reunion in 1997.
52 Class Secretary: Margery Schumacher Clark, 2 Thompson Ln., Durham, NH 03824-3021Class President: Norman E. Brackett, 13 Pillsbury Dr., Scarborough, ME 04074-9253Next Reunion in 1997.
53 Class Secretary: Ronald Clayton, 65 Willow Grove, Brunswick, ME 04011-9795Class President: Richard F. Coughlin, 47 Wildwood Dr., Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107-1162Next Reunion in 1997. Trustee James L. MoodyJr., has been elected to the board of Staples, Inc., the “Office Superstore.” He brings “exceptional industry perspective and insight to the Staples team.”
54 Class Secretary: Jonas Klein, N. Bay Rd., P.O. Box 418, Georgetown, ME 04548-0418Class President: Neil A. Toner, 1070 Sumner Ave., Springfield, MA 01118-2150Next Reunion in 2000. In his busy law practice Roscoe Faleshas three associates and nine secretary-paralegals….Retired in Florida, Ellie Feinsot Menkart still does some tax work and the books for her daughter’s restaurant in Christian Bay, Virginia. Husband George does consulting around the country….In Hong Kong, Dwight Harvie has been appointed director and general manager of Tanner Menzies, Ltd., a regional executive research firm. On a June trip with his daughter, Ayoko, he visited Bates and met in Boston withHarry Meline, and in Boothbay with daughter Lisa ’83 and family, and had lunch with Jonas Klein….Another recent retiree, Helen Hendrickson Woodward has had time to travel to Europe in the past two years. She and husband Charles are volunteers one day a week at Waterbury Hospital, and “Chris” serves on a number of boards….Bill Hobbs returned to the Island of Iona, a very inviting place of quiet and solitude in Scotland, for the third time, on a mini-pilgrimage….TheLairds now set the priorities for their retirement years.Carolann (McKesson) does aerobics and quilting, while Billdoes weight training and is restoring a 1931 Model A Ford. Gardening, visiting children, Elderhostel, and church work fill their days….Dick Liebe continues his summer field programs at Wesleyan University, where he has worked with earth science teachers for twenty-five years. He has reduced his work load to teaching only in the fall for a couple of years. He and Jan (Truesdail `56) have bought a retirement home on Lake Keuka….Harry Meline‘s harmonies headquarters is no more. Since it closed, he plans to travel, and the Boarding Cat Farm still “putts” along. (Shouldn’t that be “purrs”?!)…Our sincere condolences to Gordon Peaco on the April death ofJune (Johnson). We enjoyed having them at Reunion, and June will be very much missed….Walt Reuling is provost and dean of Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky, where “the folks are friendly and the waitresses call you `Honey.’” He and Margie (Terani `57) plan to retire to Vermont in a couple of years “where it is cold and expensive and cluttered up now with `flatlanders’ like us.”…Math Wizardry for Kids, co-authored by Phyllis Sawyer Williamsand Margaret Kenda, is in its second printing. Phyl supervises some master’s degree students at the University of Maine and has a small counseling practice….Although he still practices law in Ann Arbor, Michigan, John Toomey manages to return to Maine almost every year….Looking forward to a full year sabbatical, Dick Weber still enjoys teaching. He says they may have to “use the hook” to drag him offstage….Trustee Lynn Willsey played golf in Scotland, then he and Beverly (Hayne ’55) headed for three weeks in Australia and New Zealand with Al ’53 and Gail Molander Goddard ’56.
55 Class Secretary: Joan Davidson Christenson, 148 Parker St., Newton Centre, MA 02159-2553Class President: Edward K. Ward, Jr., Ashpoint Rd., RR 1, Box 487A, South Harpswell, ME 04079Next Reunion in 2000.
56 Class Secretary: Gail Molander Goddard, 23 Drumlin Rd., West Simsbury, CT 06092-9790Class President: Diane Felt Swett, 153 Beechwood Rd., Summit, NJ 07901-2004Next Reunion in 1996.
57 Class Secretary: Arlene Gardner Foulds, 115 Marshall St., Torrington, CT 06790-2509Class President: Paul D. Steinberg, 106 Peninsula Dr., Babylon, NY 11702-3336Next Reunion in 1997. Classmates of Peter and Eleanor Peck Rekemeyer want them to know that they are in our thoughts. Their son, Steven, lost his life June 1 in a work-related rafting accident in Colorado. He also leaves a brother, a sister, and his fiancee.
58 Class Secretary: Katharine Johnson Howells, 5337 Baywood Cir., Salt Lake City, UT 84117-7621Class President: Harry M. Bennert, Jr., 22 Stormy Brook Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105-1245Next Reunion in 1998.
59 Co-Class Secretaries: Clifford A. Baxter, Jr., 22255 Shadow Valley Cir., Chatsworth, CA 91311, e-mailCaSaint2@aol.com; Margaret D. Montgomery, 400 Central Park W., 9K, New York, NY 10025-5838Co-Class Presidents: Gerald M. Davis, 15 Hamlin Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105-2205; Henry J. Keigwin, 28 Narragansett Bay Ave., Warwick, RI 02889-6608

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