Morris Central High School - Morrisanian Yearbook (Morris, NY)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 52 of the 1954 volume:
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The semor class of 1954 hereby dedxcate thxs yearbook to Mr Zoch
m apprec1at1on for the help and patxence he has g1Ven us
M C S GROWING PAINS AND THE BUILDING ADDITION
During 1953 and 1954, our school has been going through the difficult exper
ience of providing additional space for our increased enrolment and needs
Although we have been planning for several years, it was not until the spring
of 1953 that active steps were taken to increase our school facilities
The school Board of Education with the assistance of a Building Advisory
Commlttee , secured an Architect and, in counsel with the State Education
Department, developed plans for a. school addition
On August 18 1953, the voters of the District passed a bond issue of S34 000
with a very substantial majority
Mrs Lewis Rutherford Morris who with her late husband, had matched
dollar for dollar on the cost of the present building, agreed to donate
S50 000 toward the cost of the addition
When bids were opened on February 16 1954, it was found that we needed
S40 000 more than was available to complete the full project
The Board of Education called for a second vote on March 29, to determine
whether the voters wished to add the S40, 000 to the project or to scale down
the plans to come within the approporation.
The vote of this additional sum, although favorable was not a required ZI3
majority. School authorities are now at work trying to pare the costs down
to meet the sum available.
MR . SECOR
BOARD OF EDUCATION
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Stanley Foote Pres1dent EverettE Sherman Clerk
Lynn J Secor
Mrs Mar1lynW Crumb
Mrss Mane F Flo
Mlss Meryl Herrmg
M1ss Grace MOJZIS
M1ss Barbara Skorupa
Mrs Madohn L Wells
MISS June Zlmrnerman
Geneva B Kraus
Laura A Harms
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Mrs LOISB Gagc Treasurer
Mrs AnnP1cker1ng Tax Collector
Phys1cal Educat1on Grrls
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'-IE WHO SEEKS SHALL FIND'
YEARBOOK STAFF OF 1954
Ed1tor Betty w11B0n
As slstant Edxtor Max1ne Jester
Sports Edxtor John Was senaar
Alurnnx Reporter Joyce Toomath
Assmstant Alurnm Reporter Robert Black
Art Ed1tor Kenneth Anderson
Busxness Manager Warren Kmney
Yearbook Advmsor Mrs Wells
Class Colors Yellow and Blue
Class Flowers Yellow Rose
Class Rmgs Basnan Brothers
There are twenty s1x members of the Semor class thxs year There are many stu
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and F F A Our class has been very busy w1th fund ra1s1ng act1v1t1es th1s year
Early 1n the school year we started our rnagazme sales We made over four hun
dred dollars on thxs project We presented 'Charley's Aunt" as our Sen1or Play
We were very successful wxth the play and made over two hundred dollars Our
class has also sponsored a skatmg party bake sales and the Radxo Ranch Hand
Show We are also sellxng pop and candy at the basketball games and are plannmg
to have a dance 1n May. We have had a very successful year under the gu1dance of
Carre Rutherford Presxdent
Albert Grenz V1ce Pres1dent
Kenneth Anderson Secretary 81 Treasurer
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SENIOR PLAY REHEARSAL
CHARLEY S AUNT
Gregory Coo o
Play it cool
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I gotta work
Going to dances
Listening to Joyce
Going down to
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HP S I Love You
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nOh hy Papa
WYou You You
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nOh My Papa
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Je rry Joy
More fr1ends 111-'e Pat
Many .Ioy's 1n the future.
A dr11er tra1n11g o xrse
The rlgvnt to p1bl1sn a Joke, ooolf
A ma 1 nearer your own ape
bornt of the guys you drc am a :out all tm t1me
An appomtment oook to keep all your fa1tnful lovers strau ht
More rnen l1ke Jam
Anothe r man l1 c Ralph
Somebody who can help you as much as Nl Knapp
Betttr places to par than Ma1n Strlet New ears Excl
lha abxhty to get nome ea l1c r 1'1 tht vw ornmgj
A new ear and a drlvexls hand boom
A glfl to lu lp you ku p sport
A t,1rlw1otal1cs 1nsteac1ofwr1t1n5llttt
More doodle bug rulers
More Confxdence IH the prestncl 0 gxrls
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amouflagjt to nxdl your blusht s
new Cap p1stol the old ont must bt worn out
Another Valentxne party hkg the lag one
Another class of greml111s
Pat1ence w1th the sophomore glrls
Some peace and qu1et 1r1 the sen1or room next year
A new room mate next year who can cook as good as M155 Herrmg
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CLASS PROPHYCY IQSM
It is now l9bk and, altholgh the years have been rough since our
graduation day at Norris Central High, we decide to keep our promise
to our classmates to cone and visit them.
As we leave Vorris 'n our high powered Cadillac convertible we
very soon come to a ll sputtering ll stop. When we get out to investi
gate the cause of our delay, we cone face to face with Bob Black. He
explains to us that he has a garage just down the road and has been doing
very well. After looking at our engine, Bob says itfll be an hour before
we can be on our way. He also hints at a discount he will give us if we
leave the car at Nhisu garage.
At Bob's suggestion, we start out for a little walk around the
countryside. Who do we come upon but Carol Saunders, sitting under an
oak tree reading uGone With The Windu. After we tell each other how
happy we are to meet, Carol reveals the fact that this is only the lOth
time she has read the book. As Carol escorts us back to our car, she
tells us about the little farm she now has and how well she is doing
ve say our 'goodbys after oaying Bob's fee and we are again on
our way north
From the highway we can see the most beautiful ranch type house
with a winding driveway leading up to it It looks so inviting that
we decide to investigate and see who lives there As the car comes to
a ston in front of the house, who walks out the door but Reita Chase
with the cutest little pair of black haired twins trailing along behind
her I guess luck was with her because we come to find out that she
married one of the fellows she was writing to back in 195k
Just as we walk out the door, Garre Rutherford walks in It seems
he is a traveling auditor and is trying to locate one of Re1ta's neigh
bors Garre says there is a lot of money in his business and you get a
chance to travel a lot He asks why we don't get 1nto the business and
of co1rse, we thank him and remark that we are doing enough traveling at
Just as we are leaxlng, after a long chat, Reita tells us that Ken
neth Anderson was the one who built her house and that we can see him
just up the road about two miles where he is building another ranch house
Upon arriving at the scene of construction, we find that it really
is Ken Anderson and look who's there, Nita Daniels, bossing the job!
We ask Ken what's going on and he says he is building the house for Nita
and only she knew what she wanted so he was keeping her on the job
Kenneth has been working as a carpenter for quite some time and is
the head of his own crew
Nita and her husband have three lovely little girls and have finally
found the place where their dream house is to be built
A few miles further on we again look out of the car window to admire
the beautiful scenery We are amazed to recognize the face of Gregory
Cooke and he seems to be working with four other men setting our little
trees We bring the car to a stop and walk up to see Greg He says he
is ver harp vit dis 1ob avi reall lrtezds to make reforggtatiop
l1ves ir a house trailer I '
rev tells us that there seems to be a drf spell abogt tweptv
miles in state ard all the azners are neetirf at a towr hall to
discuss the atter Pe sars there are three or four of the 195A grad
lates who live ip there Jr farms So as it see s sucn a ood onport
urltv to neat so e nore of o1r classnates we decide to so ro the
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recognize Bob Stephens getting out of his car Out of
the other side we see one! twol' threelll fourllll kids tumbling out
Bob say his wife will be along a little later in the other car We take
it his little farm is quite prosperous, to have two cars and that Hob
must be very happy from the look on his face
we seem to be the last to the meeting because the meeting starts just
as we get ourselves seated And who do we see presiding over the meeting
but John Turnbull we always knew he was quite an authority on farming and
now we see that he is also a good leader, for he keeps the meeting and the
e to decide on what to do about the dry spell
five years now John has a very up to date farm and has about MS head of
cattle John also has a very pretty wife and two handsome little boys
Glenn has taken over his Frandfather's farm, formerly known as the Lester
Wilson farm Glenn is making a very good living off his farm and although
he hasn't married yet, he tells us he is getting engaged next week
Just as we turn around we run into Albert Gugel He has a farm, too,
and he is quite busy He tells us he has a milk route, too Albert takes
the milk to the creamery in the morninp in between his farming chores
Albert is married and about three or four years from now he will have two
very good helpers around the farm
Seeing no more of our classmates we leave the meeting and very soon
come into Syracuse Our car radio is turned on and we hear the name Harland
Johnson mentioned We search into our memory and remember that Harland
was interested in radio in school and decide that he nust be 'the' Harland
After arriving at the radio station we are told that Harland was just
awarded a beautiful watch for be'ng with the station for five years and do ng
such excellent technical engineer advising and work The station has been
working very well since Harland came there and was thankful After talking
with Harland for a while, he invites us up to his apartment to meet his wife
The next person we meet is Barbara Miller We find her in a large office
building in Syracuse As we walk in the executive's office we find her there
busily typing letters for her boss After waiting a few minutes, we go to
lunch with her and have a long chat Barb tells us that she has been married
for two years and has a lovely apartment and a car She has done very well
in her secretarial career
As we leave the resturant we bump into Warren Kinney and leave Barb to
go to a second lunch Warren, we find works in the same office building as
Barb only he is an expert accountant He tells us that he has had three
companys offer him bigger and better jobs but he ean't make up his mind yet
as to which one he wants Warren is making himself a very prosperous career
arrer tells us that Jo ce oonath is a rur e mr the hosnital ir
Svracuse so we say coodby to ar er and o to the hospital
At the hospital, we ask for Joyce and find that everyone seems to ask
for Joyce when they have to come to the hospital. Joyce is a very popular
nurse and a very good one. She says 1t's nothing, but we know it took a lot
of work. Joyce tells us she is married to one of the interns in the hospi-
tal and is very happy. They have been married for one year now and have a
As we leave the citv of Syracuse, traveling toward Canada, we see e
lovely modern home just en the outskirts of the sity. Ve see Elaine Buhr
outside, spading around some tulips in her garden. Elaine seems very
happy te see us. We discover Elaine is married to Melvin Stevens and has
three pretty little girls and one boy. They have two cars and a nice sum-
mer heme in Canada.
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Korn Is- 'een Q7-Ct?lYH9w of this area with Glenn Wilson for nigh-on-to
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Coming back into the United States and hew York State, we see a large
factory and as we come around to the front of the factory we o1scover the
name is nfhe Wassenaar Uranium Company Oh, yesl' That is John Wassenaar,
one of our classmates As we walk into the factory office, we run into John
and Betty Wilson Betty, we find, is John's secretary and has been for five
ears, ever since John started the factory There is a big market for the
secret' product John's factory produces and his factory is doing
John went to college and evidently his training has proved to be
Betty, Join says, is a very good secretary and she has a lovely ana
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Our next stop is California and, because we often received postcards
from them, we know we'll find Maxine Jester and Richard Stafford there
Arriving in a small town, we drive up to D1ck's and Max1e's house and
ring the bell A little toddler about four years old answers Maxine is
rivht behind her and Maxle is very glad to see us Dick just got home from
work and we sit down and talk over our high school days Dick has a good
Job with the First National Bank in town We tell tlem about all the people
we have been to see and relate out travels
Before we leave Dick and Maxis, we promise to come and see them a ain
As we drive back into e + tc, we stop off in New York City to
see the sights As we are dr vmrc ale in front of the Empire State
Building we notice a nflashy new red convertible, parked at the curb
We recognize Doris Erikson sitting at the wheel After we manage to find
a parking space, we talk with Doris a while and she tells us that she is
still looking for her man She has a job as a waitress in a real high
class resturant ani makes a fortune in tips every day
We leave Doris and work our way back up state, towards home About
halfway home we stop at the Bendix Aviation orndrs+
when we walk into the head office to get permission to look around,
who do we find but Albert Grenzl To our surprise he tells us that he
the president of the firm and he worked his way through the Scintilla in
Sidney. Al says he owes his success to his determination to succeed and
we see he is right. Al likes his job very much and is climbing the lad
der to success slowly but surely.
We are now back in Morris but we seem to have missed someone. Let's
see, we have seen 23 people and there were 2b in our graduating class.
Oh, yeslll How could we have forgotten Ronald halbert?
Pe lives ard works right here ir MOPPIS, right urder our roses so to
speak. Rorris took over his Mother's Qeal Estate business ari is row
running it verv xuc essfull'. Ue has some verv good ideas hen he dot
out of college and put them to work for himself. Ronnie is married and
has a family of four.
We feel sentimental now that our visiting is all over and we have
leen all our friends but we know that we can go back and see them any-
At hearirr J2.eNf mentiwnel we roWe'i e ine T, fish Qgout patpicip
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