50 Class SecretaryLois Keniston Penney, 75 Hickory Hill Rd., Kensington, CT 06037-1209Class PresidentGeorge M. Gamble, One Wyeth Rd., Hanover, NH 03755-2301Next Reunion in 2000.
51 Class SecretaryDorothy Webb Quimby, PO Box 417, Unity, ME 04988-0417Co-Class PresidentsWilfred and Melissa Meigs Barbeau, 1 Grove St., Barrington, RI 02806-1921Next Reunion in 2001.
52 Class SecretaryMargery Schumacher Clark, 2 Thompson Ln., Durham, NH 03824-3021Class PresidentNorman E. Brackett, 13 Pillsbury Dr., Scarborough, ME 04074-9253Next Reunion in 2002.
53 Class SecretaryRonald Clayton, 65 Willow Grove, Brunswick, ME 04011-9795Class President: Alice Huntington Vannerson, 93 Pokonoket Ave., Sudbury, MA 01776-2320Next Reunion in 2003.Next Reunion in 2003. Affiliated with Hannaford Bros. Co. since 1959 — and, dare we say, the reason the company is one of Maine’s best — Jim Moodyretired from the firm last May. (He’ll now have even more time to help guide Bates in his capacity as chair of the College’s Board of Trustees!) In his 19 years with the Hannaford, Jim served successively as treasurer, vice president of corporate development, executive vice president, chief operating officer and CEO. For the last five years, Jim chaired the Hannaford board. Hannaford Bros. Co. runs 148 supermarkets throughout the Northeast and in North and South Carolina and Virginia
54 Class SecretaryJonas Klein, N. Bay Rd., PO Box 418, Georgetown, ME 04548-0418Class PresidentNeil A. Toner, 1070 Sumner Ave., Springfield, MA 01118-2150Next Reunion in 2000.
55 Class SecretaryJoan Davidson Christenson, 148 Parker St., Newton Centre, MA 02159-2553Class PresidentEdward K. Ward, Briar Ledge, PO Box 39, Bailey Island, ME 04003Next Reunion in 2000.
56 Class SecretaryThelma L. Pierce, 19 H Wiggins Farm Dr., Simsbury, CT 06070-2471Class PresidentJack K. Merrill, 63 Prospect St., West Newton, MA 02165-2338Next Reunion in 2000.
57 Class Secretary: Arlene Gardner Foulds, 115 Marshall St., Torrington, CT 06790-2509Class PresidentPaul D. Steinberg, 106 Peninsula Dr., Babylon, NY 11702-3336Next Reunion in 2003. Bates Trustee Constance Berry Newman, LL.D.’72, is a member of the five-person Financial Control Board that manages the Washington, D.C., where she is responsible for overseeing contracting and personnel. The Washington Post describes the panel as “unpaid, part-time volunteers who have to juggle their district’s business and their own” — and they have been ordered to overhaul the entire [district] government. Constance Newman is undersecretary of the Smithsonian Institution. She has previously served as director of the Office of Personnel Management, as commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Division, and assistant secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
58 Class SecretaryKatharine Johnson Howells, 5337 Baywood Cir., Salt Lake City, UT 84117-7621Class PresidentHarry W. Bennert, 22 Stormy Brook Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105-1246Next Reunion in 1998. Hats off to ’58! There may be snow here in New England, but we are full of June at Bates. We are excited at the high level of interest as more and more of you plan to come to our 40th Reunion, June 5-7. If you haven’t yet decided or never have come to a Reunion, now’s the time. Take a deep breath and sign up. You’ll have a great time…and be amazed at the ties that bind, even after 40 years. Official registration forms will be out in April but, even if you just think you may come, drop a line to Harry Bennert so we can keep that list growing. And how about calling those special Bates friends you’d like to see at Reunion? Keep your eye on your Bates Reunion refrigerator magnet and imagine yourself at the lobster bash on Bailey Island in June. See you there! Congratulations to Carol Gibson Smith who has been appointed first justice of the Barnstable County/Town of Plymouth division of the Juvenile Court Department for a five-year term. Judge Smith has been an associate justice in the Plymouth County Juvenile Court since 1995…. The magazine editors regret our incorrect report, in the summer magazine’s obituary section, of the death of Paul Gastonguay, a case of mistaken identity. Paul is alive and well and in good humor in Brockton, Mass.
59 Co-Class SecretariesClifford A. Baxter, Apartment 310, 21400 Burbank Blvd, Woodland Hills, CA 91367-7043, e-mail; Margaret D. Montgomery, 400 Central Park W., 9K, New York, NY 10025-5838, e-mailmmontgo528@aol.comCo-Class PresidentsGerald M. Davis, 15 Hamlin Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105-2205; Henry J. Keigwin, 28 Narragansett Bay Ave., Warwick, RI 02889-6608Next Reunion in 1999. Next Reunion in 1999. Anita Hotchkiss, principal in the New Jersey and New York City law firm of Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, has been installed as president-elect of the Trial Attorneys of New Jersey, representing some 800 civil and criminal, plaintiff, and defense trial attorneys.