Morristown High School - Cobbonian Yearbook (Morristown, NJ)

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x orristown High Sclmoo Morristown, New Jersey JUNE, 1936 CGBBCDNIAN COBBONIAN BOARD EDITOR-INACI-IIEF BUSINESS MANAGER ART EDITOR Ada de la I-Iaye Anna Wilkie lane Cartmell EDITORIAL STAFF Bailey Norton Horterxse Salny Alfred Earl Rose Barrett I,Vllliarr1 Kample Helen Murphy Harold Krauss Laura Howard Iohu Mills BUSINESS STAFF Regina Dempsey Arlene Arnislrong Nathalie Carpenter George Kerr Alice l-lull ABT STAFF Virginia Seals Edna Bryson Hannah Weinstein STAFF PHOTOGRAPHERS Edith Baclcshall Donley Loree Edric Myers Ralsion Collins '33 DEDICATIO O Mr. Lawrence lenlcins-ln tribute to his tireless spirit ot cooperation, and in grateful appreciation ot our association with him as a real friend, class adviser, and teacher, We, the senior class, respectfully dedi- cate The l936 Cobbonian. ADMINISTRATICDN BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry W. Peck, President Mrs. Helen I-lull Iarnes Bruen Kenneth Thompson Frederick R. Kellog ADMINISTRATION I. Burton Wiley Superintendent of Schools Olive M, Goble Secretary to Superintendent Aida Iorio Assistant Secretary Ralph F. Perry Principal Maurice C. Wilson Vice-Principal Mrs. Ester H. Wilt Secretary to Principal Mrs. Annie A. Pierson Secretary Mrs, Mabel Fairchild Secretary to Vice-Principal Miss Helen Savadge .. Secretary MEDICAL STAFF R, Ralston Reed . .. Doctor I. R. K. Moodey Dentist Ann Holly Nurse Florence Savage Nurse Gretchen Renegar Nurse Agnes Rauter Nurse ATTENDANCE OFFICER Louise Baird ENGLISH Marcus S. Smith Percy B. Cowan Mrs. Martha G, Hopler Georgia B. Foltz Mable G. Adair Gladys Miller Sylvia Cohen Daniel Sinclair, 3rd Dawson F. Dean Helen Reilly LATIN Alda E. Liddle T. M. Cowan HISTORY Elsie Campbell Victor H. Boell Margaret Gogerty Ruth M. Gray Madeleine Stegmaier F MATHEMATICS Abbie E. Iohnson Alice S. Haas Richard K. Prentice Iosephine Barrera FRENCH Margaret Eckman Rhoda A. Lippincott SPANISH Eleanor McClelland Annice K. Iohnson SCIENCE Paul I. Eogel Chester A. Osborn Richard C. Turner, Ir. William K. Flynn COMMERCIAL Lloyd H. Iacobs Iessie Ayres M. Alma Worden Harold T. Hamlin Ianet L. Gritlith William Zimmerman Carmen Bourgoin Lawrence Ienkinfs Ditlow M, Schroll I. Sidney Rosenberg MUSIC DRAWING AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS Clara W. Bryant HOUSEHOLD ARTS Robert M. Howard Charles E. Meys Mrs. Louise B. Hickey Agnes Butera MANUAL TRAINING Edward C. Tuttle Clyde P. Allen Harold Eaton Edward C. Wicks Iohn Poliacik, Ir. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Iames A. Maclntyre Virginia Manton Howard A. Lillie LIBRARIAN Anna C. Roberts STUDY Mrs. Edna Armstrong ICR CLASS President George Holbig Vice-President Horrold Nixon Secretory Arlene Armstrong Treosurer Anno Wilkie Perhaps we were rather a disappointment to our Alma Mater in the dark ages of 1931-32. Seemingly lifeless, we did not even organize. However, there came a time when we recovered sufficiently from our inferiority to put one foot on the first step of the senior stairs. Then came the renaissance. Suddenly beneath our quietness a new spirit appeared. We spent our time not in electing class officials but in becoming acquainted with one another. As sophomores, we were not a bunch of people taking different courses, but rather a compact body welded together by friendships. Then we were ready for greater things. As juniors we showed our wisdom by selecting Mr. Lawrence jenkins as our adviser. Following this we elected our officers. School organizations profited greatly through members from our ranks. Athletics flourished. By this time we had really gained recognition, for we had made unusually high scholastic records, had produced more than one athletic hero, and had joined with the seniors in organizing a student council. Finally, the long-waited-for day came-the time when we should walk the coveted senior stairs with a free conscience. With it the junior-vs. senior scramblings commenced. It was our team work that prevented any disgraceful episodes. The fall found a football team composed mostly of seniors well on its way to recognition. The basketball team was one of which we are justly proud. The senior play really displayed what talent we possess. The cast's mar- vellous acting can hardly be forgotten, while the work of our commercial stu- dents and various committees made the affair a financial success. All in all, we believe that as seniors we have done our part, having partici- pated well in the musical organizations, the dramatics, sports, and other activi- ties of the school. With Graduation and the Senior Prom our stay is ended. We are prepared to enter the portals of higher learning and life. To our friends, the under classmen, we hand the reins. Our departure leaves a challenge-a chal- lenge to make more perfect the example we have tried to set. George Holbig , ,. . a c, Harold Nixon Es Dan Riley Adolph Masterfano Winthrop Brown Bailey Norton , ,, David Whitehead 1, Nathan Klatzkin Carl Booth N Raymond Ralston Miles Bowker Vincent Roache David Whitehead Samuel Hollander Samuel Hollander Leonard Cifrese HALL OF FAME , Best all around Best Mixer . Best Athlete Best Actor Best Looking A . , Best Dressed , Best Dancer .. Most Artistic L Most Ambitious a Most Sophisticated , L , a , Most Original , L, , Most Popular , Most Talkative , . Most Musical Ada de la Haye Rose Barrett Victoria, Molnar Laura Howard Ada de la Haye Rose Barrett Arlene Armstrong , , Natalie LaRue Peggy North Hannah Weinstein a , c,,,,,u,. Hortense Salny Edna Bryson Laura Howard Rose Barrett Iune Lyon ,, Iune Lyon George Kerr , Iames Bhoades , Alfred Earl Harold Nixon i Carl Rott , Howard Baldwin ,, Robert Malloy P William Kampte Alfred Barton Iunius Mason Edward Williamson Thomas Bago ,,,, Dan Riley Miles Bowker David Whitehead HALL OF FAME Most Bashtul , Wittiest Heart Breaker Peppiest Heaviest Line Most Badical Best Disposition Class Giant Class Shrimp , In worse with Faculty Noisiest Funniest i Most Argumentative i Laziest , , Margaret Busch qi Mary Goin Gwendolyn Grove i lanet Dress yi Patricia Usher Peggy North , Marion Nugent Sylvia Goldenberg Ie-an Baynor Dorothy Angerbauer i, lane Cartmell , Elma Munson i Bertha Ruth i, Iudy Stoller Florence Schwartz , ,i,,i, D, Sylvia Goldenberg Bertha Ruth FACULTY BABY PICTURES MISS FCLTZ MR. ALLEN MISS HA!-XS MR, SMITI-I MR WILEY MR, TURNER SENIOR BABY PICTURES GEORGE KERR BAILEY NORTON DORIS HENDERSHOT 'IBUDDH IBAILEYH "DORIS" IANE CARTMELL POLLY NORRIS 'IIANEH 'POLLYH DOROTHY MEYER MARTHA ATTRIDGE IEAN KILPATRICK "DOT" I'MARTY" WIEANH MARGARET McLEOD CHRISTINA WILKIE 'AMARGYH CHRIS" HORTENSE SALNY SUE CRANE MERIAM RODNEY "HORTY" "SUE" "MERIAM" SAM HOLLANDER IOAN RICHARDSON 'SAMMY" I'RICH" ANDREW BROWN ADAMS "Andy" Perhaps some day it will be written Lieut. Andrew Brown Adams or maybe even Admiral, for "Andy" is slated for the navy. Incidentally, his favorite sport is swimming. If efficiency and diligence count, "Andy" is as good as there already. HARRY IAMES ALLMAN t'Bud" If it's hockey, basketball, or baseball, "Bud" is sure to be on hand. He has found all sports interesting and has participated well in them. But look outfhes from Taborl Student Finance Board 4. GORDON PERSHING ANANSON 'tGump" 'iGump" is another of those quiet students from that great metropolis of Stirling. His hobby is football, and his ambition, needless to say, is to be a millionaire. He will always be remembered for his amiability and good humor. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3. ELIZABETH ANDERSON "Betty" Quiet and pretty, dainty and reservedf-fa perfect picture of "Betty" She should meet with deserved slice cess and happiness in the things to come. DOROTHY ANGERBAUER "Dotty" With a sunny and cheerful character, "Dotty" has made merrie the inhabitants of this school. So nature ally, the commercial department is justified in ranking her as one of its most cooperative and conscientious members. Student Council 4. Student Finance Board 4. Come mercial Club 4. Girls' Hi-Y 4. FANNIE A. ANTONACCIO If fortune will smile just or little, Fannie, by means of her art and commercial ability, will some day be pointed out as a great commercial artist who started her career at Morristown High School. Broadcaster 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Baseball 2, Capt. 3, 4. Hockey 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Trac Hiking Club 4. EDITH APPIO "Appie" VVe wonder what would happen if 'lAppie" were not intelligent-if she were not at all popularfif she were not an attractive girl-if she couldn't dance. All we can say isfit wouldnt be "Appie." Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. GORDON APPLIN Gordon is always in a good mood, proof: whenever you see him, he's smiling. What more could you ask of one whose main purpose has been to brighten up the school? ARLENE L. ARMSTRONG Arlene has become known as a swell pal, a good sport, and has proved to be a willing worker. Aviation being her hobby, perhaps some day she will be over us literally as well as figuratively. Student Council, Corresponding Sec. 4. Dramatic Club 3. Cobbonian Board 4. Class Sec. 4. Press Club, Vice4Pres. 3, Pres. 4. MARTHA CURTIS ATTRIDGE "Mart" Although Martha has only been with us for two years, in that short time she has made many friends and has proved a good addition to M. H. S. She is one of those valiant souls who came, saw, and con- quered Latin IV. And so, "Ave atque vale." Student Council 3, 4. Service Club 4. Dramatic Club 4. Senior Play 4. RUTH AUSER Ruth's secret ambition is to be a psychiatrist, while her hobby is drawing. An astrologist is not required to visualize her triumph at Duke. LOUIS BABBITT "Date" "Date" could often be seen leaving school, coat in hand, this pursuit was his favorite recreation. To his friends, he was everything that could be desired as one, and as such we will remember him. ILDITH BACKSHALL 'lEdie" It was Ediths talent in photography that made pos- sible the many pictures in this book. Though we have her pictures here and in the Broadcaster as constant reminders of "Edie," without them she would still be remembered. Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Cobbonian Photographer 4. JACK BAKER "Red" In spite of his distinctive hair, "Red" is one of those more quiet and sincere students. He will be remem- bered for his outstanding t'butch," and for his quiet service to the school. Service Club 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. HOWARD WOOSTER BALDWIN "Woozy" lf you were to ask any of his classmates what How- ard was best fitted for, he would reply immediately, Politics." lt is generally agreed that he can outfargue anybody, pro or con, on anything, so the game of politics looks like a "cinch" for "Woozy." ELIAS BARNERT "Ellis" A distinct shock was felt throughout the senior class when it was learned that "Ellis" was leaving us for Florida. His pleasant disposition, however, is still felt, while his good-looking features remain with us in our yearbook. Dramatic Club 4. IEANNE BARRETT 'tRed", l'Barry" Ieanne will unmistakably be remembered for her red hair. Since she moved last year, "Red" claims that her hangout is in the hills of Mt. Tabor. Good humor typi- fies this thoroughly friendly person. Girls' Athletic Club 3. ROSE ROBERTA BARRETT 'lFoozy" Unfortunately for M. H. S., theres not a "Foozy" Barrett in every class. However, the class of '36 has been a whole lot peppier because of her, while her ex- ecutive ability, as well as her lively personality, has been a great asset. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Service Club 3, 4. Girls' Hi-Y, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. Broadcaster 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. OLIVER ALFRED BARTON "Buzzy" "Hes way up thar." "Buzzy" looks down on most of us, but it isn't on account of his exceptional mental ability, especially keen in chemistry. These talents are sure to carry him far. Boys' Hi-Y 3. GERTRUDE BENEVILLE "Gert" We didn't believe Boonton could possess anything so worthwhile until "Gert" was made known to us. Now we're grateful to this, our old rival, for the loan of an attractive, friendly young lady. MERRILL BERTHOLF 'tBert" Merrill is another one of the Bertholfs, who are noted for their efficiency when doing a job. But he seems to find plenty of time to enjoy himself, as well. Worrying never did get anybody anywhere anyway. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. French Club 3, 4. A Cap- pella Choir 2, 3, 4. g rn rilsgrkygiffiii l 1 ft , , M' CLARK BISHOP "Bick" lt looks like kick-formation, Bishop back, the ball's snappedfand it's a kick, a beautyl 75 yardsl Don't be alarmed, it's just a play-by-play description of "Bick's" record kick. His ambition is to be a football player, and he doesnt seem to have far to go. French Club 2, 3. Science Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 2, Sec. 3, 4. Football Squad 3. Varsity Football 4. Base- ball Squad 4. Track 4. GEORGE R.. BLANCHARD "Blanch" This good-looking individual, a Mendhamite, claims to be a sleeper. However, in most classes he stays awake enough to enliven them with his dry humor, which is one of the things which has gained him many friends. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. IOSEPH M. BLUE l'loe" lf you've ever been to a football game and seen a business-like student carrying outthe helmets or look- ing after the footballs, it was probably 'lIoe," for he was one of the best managers the team has ever had. Next year he intends to enter the business world. Orchestra 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Varsity Football Man- ager 4. Track 4. DONALD W. BONNELL "Don" Here is a hill-billy in person. "Dons" great ambition is to organize a hill-billy band, and, with his talent and enthusiasm, he'll succeed. CARL HOFFMAN BOOTH, IR. "Albie" This young man has spent only his senior year in M. H. S., but shows the good old Morristown spirit in saying that his ambition is to be President of the United States. If dancing could help, "Albie" would be in the White House to-morrow. A Cappella Choir 4. RUTH BOTKIN "Rufus" And here we have Ruth, a capable, dependable, young woman who has made the faculty as well as the students her friends. Her future is, without a doubt, to be a bright and happy one. Broadcaster 2, 3, 4. l. C. A. 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. Chorus 3. MILES WESLEY BOWKER "Mac" This brilliant young man has been one of the promi- nent debaters of the school, and otherwise interested in the technical side of the curriculum. Heres wishing him as much success at Lehigh next year. Student Council 3. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. French Club, Treasurer 3, Sec. 4. Science Club 3. Boys' Hi-Y 2. Band 2, 3. Debating Club 3, President 4. CATHERINE E. BBENNAN "Babe" Cheerful, lively, and always on the go for something or someone-thats Catherine. Because of this, she has won scores of friends who will vouch that she is gaiety itself. Broadcaster 2, 3. Spanish Club 2, 3. G. A. C. 2. Chorus. Basketball 3. IANET BBOPHY Ianet is every teachers idea of a perfect student. Quiet, always doing homework, and always knowing the answers to the guestions. Shell get ahead as quickly as anyone. Broadcaster 3, 4. Press Club 4. C. ROBERT BBOWN f'Brownie" If ability and experience mean anything, "Brownie" will be a successful publisher. Already he has c fine start, having had much practice helping the school, as well as in his own shop. Broadcaster 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANNA BBOWN "Betts" "Betts" is a souvenir hunter, ardent sportswoman, pianist, and an efficient secretary. With these qualifif cations and interests, and her fine ambition to become a nurse, success will be easy. Student Council 4. I. C. A. 4. Commercial Club 2, 4. Student Finance Board 4. MABGABET EBANCIS BROWN 'lMargie" "Margie" expects to be a private secretary, and her easy friendly manner will help her become successful. Continuance of her fine characteristics will lead to even better things. Student Finance Board 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS EMILY BBOWN 'iPhyl ' I-fer four years with us have been spent in lending a helping hand to anyone who needed it, amusing stu' dents and faculty with her keen wit, and finally, and most important, in gaining scores and scores of friends who hate to part with her. Dramatic Club 4. WINTHBOP BBCWN i'Wink" As eccentric Mr. Pim in the Senior Play, l'Wink's" splendid performance will long remain with us as one of the finest pieces of amateur dramatics ever wit' nessed. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Football Squad 2. Track 2, 3, 4. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3. Senior Play 4. :mls EDNA MILDRED BRYSON "Eddie" "Eddie" is one of the reasons why we continue to go to school. lt isn't necessary to say much about Ednag her friends need no reminders, and those who don't know her have missed a real pleasure. Library Assistant 2. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. MARGARET BUSCH Margaret commutes to M. H. S. every day from away out in Stirling. The early morning ride does not seern to affect her in the least, for as soon as the bus arrives, she starts to go places and do things. Student Finance Board 4. LAURA ANN CALL "Yaa-Hoo" Laura is another one of the gifts for which we have to thank Morris Plains. She is one of those persons always ready with a smile and the right kind of a word, without whom the world would have a hard time get- ting along. a IAMES S. CAMPBELL "lim" Unlike most Mt. Lakes citizens, "lim" is quiet and reserved. Well, variety is said to be the spice of life. l-lis hobby, radio, goes hand in hand with his adrnir- able desire for learning. Dramatic Club 4. HELEN AUGUSTA CAREY This young lady is a stamper of books, a collecter of fines, and, in short, Miss Roberts' able assistant. Her capability and her cheery smile will long be remem- bered by her classmates. G. A. C. 2, 3. Library Assistant 4. NATHALIE NORRIS CARPENTER "Nat" "Nat" is one of our most charming blondes, and popular with both sexes. But why not? She's an excel- lent dancer, has a lovely personality, and is a grand person for a friend. Cobbonian Board 4. Service Club 4. Tennis 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. Class Secretary 3. IANE CARTMELL "Ianie" lane is that tall, stately girl who can usually be found in the art room, where she is in her element. Aside from being Art Editor of the Cobbonian, Iane is also our make-up expert in dramatics. Broadcaster 3, 4. Student Council 3. Cobbonian Art Editor 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. EVA D. CASSINIS "Cookie" This petite, dark-haired miss was one of Passaic Townships gifts to M. H. S., and an outstanding one, too. Though we didn't see much of her after school, she has acquired many friends who will regret losing her. IEANNE F. CI-IESLEY "Chefs" There is little need to say much about Ieanne. Every- body knows her. She is one of the truly "all-rounds" with her excellence in studies, a host of friends, and an ever-present smile. We envy the college that gets her. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Service Club 3, 4. Library Assistant 3. French Club 3. Girls' I-Ii-Y 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Treas. 4. FLORENCE VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN "Flo" Florence is the pretty young lady whom everybody knows and likes. After leaving M. H. S. she plans to take up secretarial work. May good fortune always smile on herl LEONARD FRANCIS CIFRESE "Lennie" For many years, l'Lennie" has expertly played his violin to the admiration of his listeners. He goes in for music in a big way, as anyone who has heard him sing or seen him dance will testify. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Chamber Music 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club 4. Chorus 2, 3, I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Basketball Squad 2. VITO CIFRESE A fine fellow is Vito, and well liked by his friends. His hobbie is playing the accordion, and he expects to make this pastime his life work. Shop Foreman 3, 4. ELWOOD C. CLARK "Bud" There are two days that "Bud" doesn't come to school, the opening days of the hunting and fishing seasons. Outside of the rabbits and fish, "Bud" is a good friend to everyone and everything. Press Club 4. Boys' Rifle Club 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE COHEN "Bosh't Florence is one of the Broadcasters staunchest supf porters, and has helped make the publication a success. Mere words cannot express the favorable impression she has made at M. H. S. Broadcaster 2, 3, Advertising Manager 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4 ,cue-NW"'M HELEN COLEMAN "Pinkey" Helen has demonstrated her love ot music by help- ing the soprano section ot the A Cappella Choir. She is fond ot sports, too. Let's hope she keeps singing and smiling. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY EILEEN CONDIT 'lDottie" "Dottie" is an ambitious young lady who expects to go into a training school for nurses. She will be remem- bered tor her lovely, curly hair-something ot which few girls can brag. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 3, 4. RUSSEL B. COVERT "Russ" "Russ" is another of our happy-go-lucky seniors who takes lite as it comes-but usually comes out on top. When he achieves the greatest possible heights, he Will stay there. Football Squad 4. INEZ PAY COX "lnie" We owe Lexington, Massachusetts, a return gift tor this dainty little miss. She has perhaps seemed a little retiring, but certainly there is no one who can give you such a cheery "Hellol" MARY LOUISE COX Nectong, with a great deal ot regret, passed on to us one ot its best swimmers, most etticient secretaries, and happy students, When it gave us Mary-a tact which We appreciate. VIOLA CONSTANCE CRAMER "Vi',' "Vi" is a young lady who saves things-pictures, to be exact. Her victims are radio, opera, and screen celebrities. All join in wishing her success equal to that of her stars. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3. Riding Club 3, 4. SUE CRANE Sues height is all to her credit, since it gives her a boost in her hobby, which is sports. Her smile, made more pleasing by the presence ot dimples, is charming. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. Chorus 3. Basketball 4. WILLIAM ENRICO CRISANTE "Willie" lust what the A Cappella Choir will do without "Willie's" splendid tenor voice is not known. He will also be missed at the tackle position by the football team. Let's have more like "Willie" and his smile, say we. Spanish Club 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3. Football Squad 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Baseball Squad 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CUMBACK "Bob" Here he is, folks, a future gentleman farmer, for 'iBob" says his ambition is to own a farm. He spends his spare moments up in Mendham training his dog, and we think that perhaps his main purpose in wanting a farm is the opportunity afforded to have many such pets. Keepers of the Gates 4. HENRY DAILY "Co" Henry is the fortunate owner of two admirable traits -serious mindedness, and speaking only when it is worthwhile. Such characteristics must mean big things in the years to come. ELIZABETH DANNEMAN 'tBetty" What the school is going to do without good-natured, friendly "Betty" is beyond our comprehension. Let's hope that her spirit, like a torch, will be passed on to future generations in M. H. S. SHIRLEY DAVIS t'Shir" "Shir" has no secret ambition, but it we were to choose one for her we would suggest art. If Shirley conf tinues her fine work in this field, she can reach great heights. G. A. C. 3. Press Club 4. Basketball 3. Riding Club 3. CALVIN IAMES DE FILIPPIS 'lCody" Gaining friends among his classmates by his cheerf ful smile and pleasant disposition has been second nature with "Cody," He hasn't told us where he will travel to next year, but let's hope it won't be far. l Chorus 2. Football Squad 3. ADA DE LA HAYE "Brownie" For four years now, Ada has practically held the school together. Her love of fun and her executive ability have won her more friends than she can count. The class of '36 is glad she was in it. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4 Library Assistant 3. Pro-Peace Fellowship Vice-Pres. 4 Cobbonian EditorvineChief 4. Dramatic Club Sec. 3, 4 FLORENCE FREDERICKA DEL TUEO "Del" "Del," besides doing good work in school, is very prominent in outside activities. Her secret ambition, to be a nurse, should be simple for one with such a like- able disposition. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3. G. A. C. 2, 3, Reporter 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. Spanish Club 4. Girls' HieY 3, 4. Chorus 2. Track 2, 3. Hockey 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. REGINA H. DEMPSEY "Gin" At least the senior class can boast of one who truly is dignified and poised. A person who is as well liked, charming, efficient, and musical as 'lGin" is rare. I. C. A. 4. Press Club 4. Student Finance Board 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Girls' Hi-Y 4. TRVINIA DE ROXTRO l'Vene" "Vene" is the young lady with the flying feet and the pretty smile-doubtless you've seen her dance, and of course you've seen her smile, for these two activities are her hobbies. ROBERT C. DICKINSON "Bob" 'lBob" plans some day to be a real man of the world and, incidentally, to own a string of race horses. He has certainly gained many friends here, and should -easily attain whatever goal he sets for himself. ROBERT DICKSON "Bob" 'lBob" is one of those quiet and unassuming fellows who don't want to be remembered for anything, but nevertheless will be. His absence will be perhaps most noticeable around 103, where he was one of the 'lrege ular members." CARLTON DOBBINS, IR. "Pete" "Pete" is one of those distinguished gentlemen from that thriving metropolis of Morris Plains. His hobby is sports and, in accordance with that, everyone agrees that he is a good sport. His commercial ability assures success in his future work in business. ROBERT DOLAN "Bob" Who's that hiding behind the big grin? It's none other than "Bob," the gossip columnist. Being a gossip hound is merely his workffin reality, he is a fine fellow. Broadcaster 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Erench Club 4. HENRY DOMBROWSKI 'Benny' "Benny's" secret ambition is "to lead an easy life.' Withalittlew k h' f "" or , is riendly smile, and his personality, he shouldn't have any trouble. A Cappella Choir 4. MARY E. DOMBROWSKI Although rather quiet on first acquaintance, Mary reveals herself to her friends as a person of unlimited surprises, endowed with a sense of humor which 'll 1 wi do much to obtain from the world whatever she Wishes. GEORGE WILLIAM DORSEY "Georgie" With his fine bass, George has made a name for himself both in and out of school. The Alma Mater loses its best voice as George leaves to attend a school of music. I. C. A. 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Spiritual Choir 2 , 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3. Basketball Squad 3, 4. Boys' Hi-Y 2. Keepers of the Gates 2. DORIS ISABEL DRESS This "sophisticated lady" is keeping her secret am bition a secret-fand says she spends her time at home, reading. We think she's just being modest, because Doris' frie d 'll ll ' ' n s wi te you that she enloys a good time with the liveliest of them. Girls' Hi-Y 3. Chorus 2. Dramatic Club 3, 4. IANET E. DRESS "Ian'l A gay, happy miss is our "Ian" Studies have been the least f h ' ' o er Worries, and the class, especially the boys, Will miss her lively presence. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Service Club 4 Girls' I-Ii-Y 3, Treas. 4. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Chorus 2. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. ALBERT DROTLEFF As one of the M. I-I. S. choirsters, Albert is not likely to be forgotten, When he obtains a good position, let us hope he will not neglect his many companions of the class of l936. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2. Dramatic Club 2. ALICE DUGAN "Al" I-Iere she is, fellows-the girl that plays basketball as Well as any of you. However, she is forsaking sports after graduation to enter the world of business G. A. c. 2, 3, 4. BCM-bQ1i,cQptQin 2, 3, 4. Bgsiqeibqii 2, Captain 3, 4. Y-'His '39 1-nf' "Nun-an if ALFRED EARL "Al" Dartmouth is in for a decidedly livelier time in its classes, on its campus, and at its dances, when "Al" gets there. Everybody's his friend. lt couldn't be other- wise. He's that kind of a fellow. Cobbonian Board 4. EMMA GENEVIEVE EARL The past four years of Emma's school life have been spent in preparation for her future career, nursing. She is already well started on the way, as she is a past master in cheerfulness, one of the chief requisites of a successful nurse. IAMES EMMOTT "lim" Here we have a young man who patronizes the theatres and likes sailing. "Tim" is no blowhard, but confesses to being an honest-to-goodness, experienced sailor. Let's hope his sailing is always straight and true. ELIZABETH ROSE ENGSTROM "Lee" When some day "Lee" gets her sailing boat and sails around the world, the natives "en route" will be charmed by a smile and a disposition which have done likewise in Morristown High. Our loss is their gain. Commercial Club 2, 4. Library Assistant 4. Spanish Club 4. DORA EPSTEIN 'lDodie" And now we come to the commercial department's standby, "Dodie." Her fondness for work has made her a reliable and steady person. More power to herl Commercial Club 3. Student Finance Board 4. Press Club 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Broadcaster Assistant Business Manager 4. SEYMOUR EPSTEIN "Eppie" And here we have Epstein, Professor of Everything and Anything. "Eppie" failed to give us any light on his secret ambition, but probably it's to create some new theorem about something. Broadcaster 3, 4. Chorus 2. ARMAND STANFORD FELDMAN "Babe" Wherever you find sports, there also you'll find "Babe," He'll be missed by Morristowns basketball, baseball, and tennis teams. We remember him also for his distinctive way of dressing, and his quiet and friendly personality. Broadcaster 2, 3. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Press Club 3, 4. Baseball Squad 3, 4, French Club 3. Dramatic Club 4. Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4. Tennis 3, 4. EDITH HAZEL FLEMING "Edie" lt Edith continues to charm people with her capti vating smile, a radio career should be easy. And since she is such a talented singer, an abundant lan mail is already assured. Girls' HifY 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. I. C A. 2, 3. IEANNE DORIS FRANKS "Iimmie" "Timmie's" happy-go-lucky nature has Won her a host ot admiring friends, and should soon secure her a fine position as a Uwoman in white." F. ALBERT FRCST, ll "Duke" You've got to keep your eye on Albert or he's gone Just when you Want him to stay. ln a case like that, you'll probably lind him at the nearest piano, And it not there, at the next one. I. C. A. 4. Science Club 3. Chorus 2. French Club 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EUGENE GEARY "Bob" Foremost in our thought concerning "Bob" is his good work in lootball. He Was one ot the teams most capa- ble and dependable members, Whose brilliant skill on the varsity can hardly be forgotten. Varsity Football 3, 4. VINCENA T. GIOVANELLA "Vinie't Here is something tor the taculty to be thankful tor fa quiet Worker. She possesses such other character- istics as ambition and intelligence, which tend to make tor a successful business career. PAULTNE GLASS "Paul" There never could be another like Paulinel Upon learning that her secret ambition is to help poor chile dren, we know without going turther that she is a kind and generous person, as indeed she has proved herself A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 2, 3. Debating 4. I. C. A 2, 3, 4. 1 MARY GOIN Mary has made the motto, "Laugh and the World laughs with you," be realized by her many triendsn' for it was her wit and charm which caused these years to fly past so rapidly. T. C. A. 2, 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. ,.--00" DAVID GOLDBLATT l'Dave" "Dave" came originally from that super-school, Vail. He hopes to be an executive some day, and we feel sure that if he keeps up his efficient habits, he cant miss. SYLVIA GOLDENBERG "Syl" Classes which boast of this vivacious young lady's presence are sure to be amusing, for "Syl's" good- natured quibblings with the faculty fone in particularl have been humorous. Dramatic Club 4. French Club 3, 4. Chorus 2. Hockey 3. I. C. A. 3, 4. MARION ELIZABETH GRAHAM Industrious, a genuine friend, and a faithful follower of the Commercial coursevvethat defines Marion. Lets hope that she doesn't forget her classmates when she becomes famous. LOUISE LORETTA GRASSI "Lou" Louise presents an airy, businessflike picture as she hi irries about her daily tasks. We're going to miss "Lou" ---but we hope that our contacts with her have not been permanently severed. Student Einance Board 4. GEORGE M. GRAY George is one of our more reserved students, a de- votee ofthe art of stamp collecting. Well long remember his quiet and good-natured way of doing things. Boys' HiAY 2. MERRIFIWI' E. GREGGRY 'IGreg" Because 'lGreg" is particularly fond of IU3, he can often be found in that room, busily conversing with a fellow inhabitant concerning new stamps which he has acquired. Football Squad 2. Varsity Eootball 4. EDITH GRINKER Edith has a commendable ambition to climb from the bottom up. Iudging from her record here we know it won't be a long journey to the top. Broadcaster 2, 3, Business Manager 4. Commercial Club 3. Press Club 4. Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. GWENDOLYN MAY GROVE "Gwen" Eurekal A girl who is never tardy and doesn't chew gum! lt seems unbelievable, but "Gwen" says, "You can't blame me for that." Horseback riding is her hobby, and it is her hope to become an expert equestrienne. Spanish Club, Treasurer 4. G. A. C. 3, 4. Baseball 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. Riding Club 2, 3, 4. Hik- ing Club 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. ERIC GUSTAVSON "Swede" When some ot us weaker ones were about to give up, Eric still kept on. This same determination should certainly help him in nautical school, and finally when he pilots his own ship. EDWIN GORDON HACKNEY l'Hack" Here is some one with sky-high ambitions. "Hack" wants to earn a million dollars. CWho doesn't?l He also wishes to be remembered tor having a good time in classes, but tails to mention at whose expense. Orchestra 2, 3. Football Squad 4. Basketball Squad 2, 3. ALICE MAE HANKINS 'lAllie" First ot all, "Allie" is going to get a secretarial posiw tion. Then, she is going to become a great singer. And finally, we will go to the theatre to catch a glimpse oi our "Allie," I. C. A. 4. Student Finance Board 4. MARGARET MAE HARDY "Hardy" May we present the outstanding feminine athlete ot the class ot l936? Margaret shows her interest in phys- ical education by her participation in most ot the G. A. C. activities, and captaincies ot several sports. Volley Ball 2. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Head ot Track 2. Hockey 4. Basketball, Capt. 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. THOMAS CARLYLE HARDY, IR. "Tom" "Tom" is another doughty warrior of the gridiron. He likes to sleep, but he wakes up every weekend just out ot habit. Liking sparring, perhaps he'll become another "Brown Bomber." Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. Football Squad 2, 3. Varsity Football 4. Track 2. FRED HARMAN 'lFritz" People from Mt. Tabor usually have more tardiness than any other species, it you believe Mr. Wilson. Fred seems to have set some sort of a recordehes never been late. lt's the best way to do things. Library Assistant 4. ELIZABETH A. HARRISON "Betty" Besides being one-third of that inseparable New Vernon trio, "Betty" is quite a sportswoman. Her fine work in baseball is indeed worth mentioning, and her ambition is hard to equal. Commercial Club 2. Girls' Hi-Y 3. Baseball 4. VINCENT BERTIS HAWKINS "Ben" "Ben" wants to be an orchestra leader. Why shouldn't he? He has the ambition, musical ability, and person- ality, and good looks besides, as you may have noticed. Heres hoping he meets a pile of 'lmikes' in the years ahead. Science Club 3. Boys' HifY 2, 3. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Track 3, 4. WILLIAM F. HEELER "Big-Bill" Three high schools, no less, have lost a valuable asset to their school in 'lBig-Bill" Heeler. If he has as many friends in the other schools as he has here, he should never lack company. French Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 4. DORIS A. HENDERSHOT l'Dot" Imagine school without "Dot" We just can't, for we realize that it was her vivacious, happy personality which helped make our school days interesting. There is no doubt in our minds but that she will achieve fame as an entertainer. Baseball 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. Chorus 3. IACK HENES "Senor" Perhaps it was in the hills of Tabor that lacks flying ambition was kindled. At any rate, because he has excelled in all technical work, 'lhappy landings" are in store for him. Boys' Rifle Club 4. Gliding Club 4. NORMAN V. HERMS "Wee" Ranking high among our better dressed and more popular seniors, "Wee" has found himself always sur- rounded by a multitude of real friends. Continual good humor and genuine likeableness are his keynotes. Service Club 3, 4. GEORGE W. HESTER Heres a young man who suddenly blossomed into an actor, but whose constant interest has been his stamp and autograph collection. Hes headed for Hare vard, and more power to himl French Club 3. Senior Play 4. FRANKLIN PIERCE HlClNBOTHEM "Hic" Always modest, 'xHic" confides to us that he knows th l ' ' ' e cass wont remember him. However, thats only his opinion, for how can we forget his cheerfulness, not to mention the handsome planes he models? Gliding Club 3, 4. IEAN VlCTORlA HICKEY "Hickey" Another of our pretty seniors, "Hickey" is a charter member of thatychummy, gay crowd from Mountain Lakes. B ' t 'X " eing a rue lady of the lake, she can usually be found in a canoe in any kind of weather. Dramatic Club 4. French Club 3, 4. EMMETT BRAXTON HIGGINBOTHAM "Higgie" "Strike one, strike two, strike three, the batters out." A play by play description of "Higgie's" pitching durf ing a ball game. lt was his fine hurling that helped account for one county baseball title. Next year he intends to study aeronautics. Student Finance Board 4. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. Band 4. Football Squad 2. Varsity Football 3. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. ULYSSES GRANT HIGGINBOTHAM, IR. "Nisk" Ulysses decided to leave just as he was beginning to enjoy a large variety of organizations. However, as a real friend he was unexcelled, being always willing to spend study periods to help struggling classmates. Broadcaster 4. I C A 4 Pro Peace Fellowshi 4. . . . . f p French Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 4. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4 Track 4. RUTH MARY HlLBERT "Babe" Cheerful, lively, and a pleasant word for everyone -that's Ruth. She has been a great comfort to the commercial teachers during her stay here, as well as to her classmates. Student Finance Board 4. ANDREW IOSEPH Hllsls "Andy" "Andy" is a quiet lad, hailing from that well-known community of Morris Plains. His calm and even dispo- sition has won him countless friends during his attendf ance at M. H. S. - GEORGE IOSEPH HOLBlG x'Mox" You're looking for a class president, a football man, a natural leader, and one of general all-around pop- ularity rolled into one? lf so, your quest is ended. resenting. Mox Holbigl Broadcaster 4. Service Club 4. Library Assistant 4 Class President 3, 4. Football Squad 2. Varsity Foot! ball 3, 4. Baseball Squad 2, 3. Track 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL HOLLANDER "Sammy" When we need a good entertainer we call upon "Sammy," His singing or humor never disappoints us. Sometime in the near future we will pay real money for his snappy comebacks and fine tenor. Or will we have passes? A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. LAURA PRATT HOWARD "Lol" "Lol's'l talents are many and varied, but perhaps the ones we find most pleasing are her charm and sense of humor. Glance at her activities to realize true versatility. Broadcaster 2, Managing Editor 3, 4. Student Council 4. Service Club 3, Pres. 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 3, 4. Press Club 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Senior Play 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. ALICE V. HULL "Al" Alice is a hardeworking commercial student who wishes to be a 'lglobe-trotterf' When we meet her one day in some remote corner of the world, we know we'll find her charming personality unchanged. Commercial Club 2. Cobbonian Board 4. KARLA L. HUMMEL "Corky" "Corky" doesn't mind being frank. She wants to be remembered for being one of those "nuts" from Mt. Lakes. Well-she's not an ordinary "nut," judging by her popularity and her academic work. French Club 3. Senior Play 4. PHILLTP GASTON HUNT "Oat" "Oat" is musically inclined, having belonged to everything in the music department at some time or other. With his many talents, his ambition to get to the top cannot but be fulfilled. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Service Club 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. MYRTLE HURD "Mert" Another of our tall seniors, "Mert" has established a reputation for her smooth and graceful dancing. Studies have been the least of her worries, and she is greatly to be praised for never skipping periods. IOSEPH IACENTY Toe" Thank you, Chatham, for one fine person. We've en- joyed his stay, regret his passing, and give him our best wishes and hope that he will always make friends as easily as he has here. ELEANOR MARY IENSEN "El" Have We ever seen "El" when she was seriousieven for a few minutes? Seldoml She is a fine friend and a good sport, and the World should give her its best. MILDRED ELIZABETH IOHNSTON "Millie" Sevenfeighths of the enthusiasm and pep of the senior class is in "Millie" alone. She is a firstfrate dancer, and is a strong supporter of all school sports. Needless to say, her presence will be missed. Chorus 2, 3. Basketball 4. BARBARA LUCILLE IONES "Barb" If, Within the next few years, you encounter a young social worker whose favorite expression is "Banana oil," you may recognize her as our "Barb," whose cheery laughter has lightened many hearts. Baseball 2. Spiritual Choir 3, 4. Girls' I-li-Y 4. I. C. A. 4. HAROLD IONES, IR. Although one of our smallest seniors, Harold pos- sesses an impressive number of brain cells. Next year at Georgia Tech., he will begin preparation which should eventually lead to a brilliant engineering career. WILLIAM RICHARD KAMPEE "Bill" "Bill" is one of the truly good sports of the school. With his cheerful smile and ready wit, he should realize his ambition, which is to become a big business execu- tive. French Club 3, 4. Science Club 3. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3. Cobbonian Board 4. Tennis 3. Service Club 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. VIRGINIA ROSE KAPP "Ginny" Here is a fortunate young lady who can dance as well as the next personfin fact, a good deal better. Although We think she ought to go on the stage Ginny has decided on the more practical line of secretarial Work. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Sec. 4. Y STUART WILLIAM KAY "Kay" Stuart came up from Tampa, and his southern drawl and laughing disposition have carved his place in our midst. He is the second half of our Roachefliay combination, and plans to attend the Coast Guard Academy. Rifle Club 2. Student Council 4. Football Squad 2. DOROTHY IANE KEANE "Dutch" Our associations with "Dutch" will long be remem- bered as the happiest possible. Her smile and pleasant personality will never be forgotten by the many who have benefited by them. GEORGE B. KERR l'Bud" Let us here present George B. Kerr, known to every- one as 'Budf' Coming from Mt. Lakes three years ago, his smiling disposition and football ability have had Morristown High at his feet ever since. Service Club 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Football Squad 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Tennis 3, 4. HAROLD KETCH 'lHal" As a humorist uHal" has found many eager listeners, all of whom vouch that his journey to fame will be a short one. With a host of admirers to root for him, it should also be an easy one lEAN KILPATRICK Iean's exceptional good taste in dress portrays artis- tic ability which will do much for her pet hobby, de- signing. She has been among our more quiet and pretty classmates, whom we will find it hard to forget. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 3. Dra- matic Club 4. WARREN HENSHAW KINNE t'Bud" Round for pound, at least, "Bud" is the most popular boy in the senior class. His vim and vigor in any sport he undertook won the plaudits and esteem of any crowd. Rifle Club 2. Basketball Squad 3, 4. Baseball Squad 3, 4. NATHAN KLATZKIN "Nate" The Alma Mater's pride and joy is found in well- dressed, handsome 'lNate." Nothing more need be said, because through him we have discovered the real spirit of M. H. S. I. C. A. 2. Chorus 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Bas- ketball Squad 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. EVELYN KOWALCZYK "Evie" A fine student, "Evie" has bewildered us with her knowledge of everything in general. Her record of be- ing on the Honor Roll during her entire high school course is one that has seldom been equalled. Broadcaster 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. Press Club 4. HAROLD NATHAN KRAUSS Harold can often be found in Room lU5, helping with I. C. A. welfare work in which he has played a large part. Stamp collecting is his avocation, and he plans to attend nautical school next year. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 2. De- bating Club 3. Cobbonian Board 4. SELMA RUTH KRIPPLE "Sei" 'lSel," who intends to become a dietician, won't have any difficulty prescribing diet-lists via telephone, for her favorite pastime is holding lengthy conversations by wire. Club activities and talking were Selma's strong points during her high school course. Dramatic Club 2, 4. French Club 3, 4. Chemistry Club 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. IOHN EMIL KROZSER, IR. "Kro" Those of us who have never seen "Kro" perform his high jump have missed something. But his admirable work on the Utopian cleanup campaign was appreci- ated by everyone in school. Varsity Football 2. Basketball Squad 3. Track 2, 4. VITO PETER LACANFORA "Bam" One of M. H. S. most faithful students, "Bam" has followed the teams to victory and to defeat. In the future, M. H. S. sports will seem lost without their most confident rooter to support and cheer them at gloomy moments. Varsity Football, Manager 4. Varsity Baseball, Mane ager 3, 4. RUTH VIRGINIA LACEY Nurses have gained the reputation of being pretty hard on patients' hearts, and quiet, sincere, and sweet Ruth is bound to keep up the age-old tradition. All associates will be turned into admirers by her lovely disposition. LORRAINE NATALIE LANTERMAN "Lize" If we remembered l'Lize" for nothing else, we could never forget her friendliness. She has been a main factor in making the school such a spirited place. Her reputation for jollity and amiability will follow her wherever she may go. LUCILLE WINIFRED LANTERMAN "Red" Mere words cannot describe l'Red's" lovely goldfred hair, exclamations can hardly record her merriment and popularity, and sentiment could not express our regret at losing her. " IOHANNA ALEXANDRIA LANZA "Iennie" Knitting, crocheting, and dancing have occupied much of "Iennie's" time up until now, but in 1940 she may be waving your hair or manicuring your nails, as it is her ambition to become a beautician. Commercial Club 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. NATALIE GERTRUDE LARUE 'lNat" Looks, style, popularity, these typify "Nat" She has won more friends in each year than most of us have gained in all four. Her presence has been an inspira- tion to more than one. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Chorus 2. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. Riding Club 3. I. C. A. 2. IEANNE BETTY LAWTON "Beans" leanne is something of a swimmer, and would like to try the English Channel. That ambition failing her, however, she will study for teaching, at which she should be good. Erench Club 4. H. S. Choir 2. LOUIS LE GOFF "Louie" Here is one of our tall, dark, and handsome seniors. Louis' smiling and thoroughly likable personality will next be put to use at Rutgers where, we anticipate, he will prepare for great things. Rifle Club 2, 3. Orchestra 2. Erench Club 3, 4. ERNEST LOUIS LE MONNIER "Ernie" Beware, Princeton, your conqueror arrives.-After capturing all M. H. S.' esteem, as well as scholarship records, "Ernie" goes on to his next victim. Broadcaster 3, 4. Student Council 4. Service Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 3, Pres. 4. Press Club 4. Science Club 4. Debating 4. LORRAINE MARY LENIHAN "Leny" "When lrish eyes are smilingufan accurate picture of these famous words is presented by this pretty maiden. Besides being attractive, she gets things done. Take a look at her activities. Basketball 2. l. C. A. 4. G. A. C. 3. Dramatic Club 2. Hockey 3. Baseball 4. THOMAS LEONARD l'Blackie" A grand friend, very popular with the female cone tingent of M. H. S., the man who knows all the jokes coming and going, and, all in all, O. K. Need more be said about "Blackie"? Pro-Peace Fellowship 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Chorus 3. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Boys' Glee Club 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. WELDON N. LEWIS, IB. "Napoleon" lf you ever come across any peculiar or strange newspapers, we hope you will give them to i'Napo- leon," because, believe it or not, their collection is his hobby. Next year he intends to go to college where, as did his illustrious namesake, he will conquer all. Library Assistant 3. Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. lBENE ELIZABETH LOCKWOOD t'Benie" Here is a petite bundle of personality and charm. She may be small, but what can't she do to the male members of the senior class! And who can blame them? Library Assistant 4. HELEN ANN LOGAN Helen has been an ardent supporter of the I. C. A., and likes reading. Although she hasn't decided upon her life-work, we know that whatever she attempts will be carried through to a successful conclusion. Girls' Hi-Y 4. Hiking Club 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. HENBY DGNLEY LOBEE t'The Shadow" At last we have discovered who the gossip coluinf nist is who signs his articles "The Shadow." Not only is he a clever writer, but an excellent snapshot artist, and a good friend to everyone. Broadcaster 4. Baseball 2. IOHN IOSEPH LUCKEY l'lack" ln l'Iack," we present one of the quieter clan. He likes sports in general, baseball in particular, and materially assisted the basketball team. 'tlack" will get his hopedefor job and keep right on going, we know. Press Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 2. Chorus 2. Band 2. Bas- ketball Squad 3. Varsity Basketball 4. BEDA FRANCES LYNCH When it comes to a fun-loving, conscientious, and friendly young lady, Beda is "tops" Her presence has been an inspiration to more than one person, and her absence will be a loss for the entire school. TUNE ADAIB LYON Ulune Bug" Although Iune has, more or less, been M. H. Sf "Gracie Allen," we find in her a deeper qualityfthe love and understanding of good music. Long after her humor is forgotten, her skill at the organ will remain in our memories. Biding Club 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Dramatic Club 3. M. '- LOIS E. MACK In Lois, we find another of our M. H. S. mermaids. Her favorite saying, 'il don't know," is somewhat questioned by any of those who have had associations with this charming and attractive young lady. Broadcaster 4. Service Club 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 3, 4. Basketball 2. ANTOINETTE E. MAGGIO "Iggy" When, some day, Fred Astaire has need of a new partner, he might well choose "lggy." Her dancing ability and general pleasantness have made her popular. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Hockey 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Hiking Captain 4. FLORENCE MALKIN 'lPussy" Though Florence was transferred here from West Orange, she lost no time in becoming known as a good friend and student. Her hobby is collecting stamps, and she will continue her studies at Cornell next year. IOSEPH IOHN MASCUILLO "Ice" If you've seen an athletic-looking young man hang- ing around the senior stairs, it probably was "Ioe." His hobby is sports but, believe it or not, his secret ambi- tion is to become Vice-President of the United States. Football Squad 3. Varsity Football 4. IUNIUS HANNIBAL MASON i'Shrirnp" Some day Iunius hopes to get big enough to throw somebody else's book out of a window. Until then, he will go on "taking it" with a smile, and being every- one's friend. Boys' Hi-Y 4. ADOLPH IOSEPH MASTERFANO We think Adolph should exchange his middle name to "Varsity" His excellence in whatever sport he un- dertook soon placed him in that group. The college that gets this "mighty-mite" will be able to look forward to several successful years in athletics. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. MARGARET VIRGINIA MCLEOD "Margy" A future archeologist is to be found in "Margy." Al- though we don't see what tropical fish and art have to do with archeology, she's interested in them, too. With such a variety of interests her life should never be dull. Student Council 3. I. C. A. 2, 3. Girls' Hi-Y 4. FRANK MCQUADE "Mao Here we have another inhabitant of that renowned Club of stags, IU3. Although Morristown High never re- ceived the benefit of his athletic skill, his many friends testify that they were plentiful, varied, and well used elsewhere. Service Club 3, 4. Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. WILLIAM MERRILL, IR. "Bill" As "Bill" is one of the newly organized i'gliders," he says he can be found "anywhere in New Ierseyf' A. real pal and friend, with lots of grey matter, thats i'Bill." Gliding Club President 3, 4. EVELYN MAE METZGER "Evvy" Evelyn is the tall attractive girl we see walking about our campus with a dreamy expression in her eyes. But don't let that fool you. Witness her skill cn the ice or at a basketball game. EDRIC HECTOR MEYER "Eddie" The A Cappella Choir, the library, and the Cob- bonian, as well as numerous other organizations, have benefited from "Eddie's" able presence. His "hold the phone," heard anywhere, any time, brightened many of the dull moments along the way. Library Assistant 2, 3. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Cob- bonian Board 4. Orchestra 4. Band 4. Keepers of the Crates 3. MARIE DOROTHY MEYER "Dottie" It took our prettiest redhead, "Dottie," to prove that auburn hair is not always an indication of hot temper. Her flair for style will become even more pronounced when she attains her pinnacle, a job as a dress model. Broadcaster 3. Dramatic Club 4. ELEANOR ALICE MICHELEELDER "Micky" Always happy and smiling, thats our "Micky." Ale though she hasnt been very prominent in activities, still she has made a host of friends who will long remember her attractiveness and charming ways. IOHN MAHLON MILLS, IR. "Mutzo" Iohn is one of our football heroes, and claims he ate at least a ton of mud for M. H. S. He is going to Rutgers next year where, he hopes, they will teach him how to make a million dollars. Student Council 3, Pres. 4. Service Club 4. Press Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 4. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Football Squad 2, 3. Varsity Football 4. LAURA AUGUSTA MILLS 'tToots" Laura particularly enjoyed Mr. Cowan's English classes in her senior year, and also seemed to relish her other subjects. At any rate, she certainly got a great deal out of her high school career. Girls' Hi-Y 2. Spiritual Choir 3. MARAGARET HOWELL MITCHELL "Margie" No more effective combination of intelligence, Wit, personalityvin fact of everything in generalwever could be found. "Margie" has made a lasting im- pression. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT D. MOLLOY "Bob" "Bob" is going to Duke University next year to study surgery, and Wants to be remembered for anything good he has done while at M. H. S. I-Iere's Wishing this smiling person the best of success. French Club 4. Proepeace Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 3. Dramatic Club 4. Li- brary Assistant 2. Student Council 4. Basketball Squad 2. Track 2, 4. VICTORIA IRENE MOLNAR "Buzzie" l'Buzzie" has made her stay with us fairly hum with her unlimited amount of pep and friendliness. The school is going to seem quiet and strange without her refreshing personality. Commercial Club 2. G.A.C. President 3. Student Ein- ance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Hockey 3. Bas- ketball 3. Hiking Club 3. IAMES HENRY MONAHAN, IR. "Brud" To pay cash for a new car is "Brud's" ultimate in ambition. Let's hope he doesn't wait too long. Mr. Meys, in particular, appreciates his trumpet tooting in the band. Broadcaster 3. Commercial Club 3. Student Finance Board 4. Band 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Shop Fore- man, Sec. 3, Treasurer 4. MILDRED MONTAGNA "Millie" Mildred is one who possesses those rare and admir- able aualities--Willingness and serenity. With these traits, how can she help but succeed? G.A.C. 2, 3. Track 2. Baseball 2, 3. Basketball 2, 3. WILLIAM S. MORGAN "Bill" 'lBill" claims as his hobby that pleasurable pastime of golf. His intention to carry it into the professional field is excellent, especially if he will remember his old friends with free lessons. ADA LOUISE MORO Quiet, but not too much so, Ada has impressed not a few with her capability and ambition. When she enters training, the qualities which We prize will also be ape preciated. A Cappella Choir 4. Chorus 3, 4. EDITH A. MUESER t'Etchen" Heres another attractive maiden from Mt. Lakes. Thus We introduce "Etchen." Alter Radcliffe College, she plans to be an archeologist, a large order for most girls but not for her. French Club 3. ANNA ELMA MUNSON "Toots" Elma may be small in size, but her beautiful voice is strong and far-reaching. Her accomplishments, other than music, are too numerous to mention. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. HELEN GERTRUDE MURPHY "Dutch" Attention, business menl Here is the commercial dee partments pride and joy. Her secretarial ability and personality will be a joy for her future boss. l. C. A. 2. Commercial Club 3, 4. Service Club 2, 3, 4. Student Finance Board, Sec. 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Keepers of the Crates 4. MADLYN ELEANOR MURPHY "Mal" "Mal's" ambition, to become a nurse, should be ful- filled, for this amiable and agreeable young lady has all the qualities needed to make a success in any pro- fession. Girls' Hi-Y 4. Chorus 2, 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Dramatic Club 4. MARGARET RUTH MURPHY "Peggy" "Peggy" frequents the school halls, and her jolly "Hi- ya Toots" informs us when this happy personality is approaching, on the lookout for the latest news. Student Finance Board 4. Chorus 4, I. C. A. 4. HAROLD DEATS NIXON "Pee-Wee" Wherever theres any ice, you'll always find "Pee- Wee" playing hockey, as that's his favorite sport. He has made a lot of friends around M. H. S. through his pep and good spirits, which will long be remembered. Student Finance Board 4. Student Council Treasurer 4. Service Club 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. A Cappella Choir 4. Cheer Leader 4. Boys' HieY 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Class Vice-Pres. 3, 4. POLLY NORRIS 'lToots" Girls may come and girls may go, but there will never be another one like Polly. In sports she was outstand- ing, in everything a lot of fun and full of pep, we like to remember her. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. Cheer Leader 4. Press Club 4. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Hockey 2, 3, 4. Basket- ball 2, 3, 4. PEGGY NORTH To be alliterative, Peggy is pep personified, as any of the boys will tell you. Plenty of charm, a sense of humor, lots of friends-what more could a girl who is already an A-I dancer want? Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Service Club 4. Cheer Leader 3, 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. C. BAILEY NORTON The Broadcaster claims him as the best editorialist the staff has known. The science department claims him as one of its cleverest. As for his looks, personality, and popularity, they speak for themselves. Broadcaster 3, 4. Science Club 3. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Student Council 4. Football 4. MARION LOUISE NUGENT "Nuggie" Marion, known to her friends or, in other words, everybody, as "Nuggie," is one of our all-round girls. Perhaps it's helping the Press Club or the Student Coun- cil, perhaps it's a fast game of tennis or hockey, but whatever it is, she's having a good time doing it. Student Council 3, 4. Press Club 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Broadcaster 3. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Tennis 2, 3, 4. Hockey 3. MILDRED ANN O'ROURKE "Mutchie" Step right up, folks, providing you have a yacht to offer. This young lady is out gunning for one. With her fondness for dancing and success in the previously mentioned desire, she should get some fun out of life. Commercial Club 2. Hockey 2, 3, 4. Hiking Club 2. Basketball 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, Treasurer 3, 4. ANTHONY LEONARD PAGANO "Tony" "Tony" says that good things come in small pack- ages. So might it be said of him. While he doesn't add up to so much physically, it's all good sport, smiles, and a great friend. Student Finance Board 4. Basketball Squad 3. Keep- ers ofthe Gates 4. I. C. A. 2, 3. DOROTHY MAY PAUGH "Dot" "Dots" main interest is apparently music, and she intends to continue studying it next year. Her many friends in Morristown will not forget her, and we hope she won't forget us. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Chorus 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 4. EUGENE I. PEPE 'Pep' Every morning, at approximately the same time, a bus from Stirling delivers to M. H. S. one ot its necesf sities. A necessity, we say, because his good humor makes the six school hours seem a little shorter. Orchestra 3, 4. Football Squad 3. ANGELIN M. PETRONE "Ann" "Ann" is one ot our commercials, and a good one at that. It her fine work and spirit are kept up, she can rest assured that she will never join the ranks ot the idle. Broadcaster 4. I. C. A. 4. Student Finance Board 4. Press Club 4. Commercial Club 2. HARRIS PRUDDEN "Prugs" Those who don't know Harris have missed an opporf tunity to meet a really line fellow. He is another one ot the boys who wants to be "up in the air," hoping some day to attend the Lincoln School ot Aviation. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. I. HAROLD PRUDEN "Iunior" 'lIunior" is one ot those industrious amateur radio Ians. He plans to go to college next year, and we hope his commendable but imposing ambition, to become president ot a broadcasting company, will eventually be realized. MARY RECARDO PUZIE "Puzz" We always thought that nothing so line could come from Madison, but were we surprised when "Puzz" moved to our tair cityl Mary wants to be a nurse, and we Ieel sure she'll succeed. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. Band 2. IOHN WILLIAM OUINLISK "Quinny" Iohn is one ot the reserved members of our class and is seen little outside of his own group. Heres to his suce cess when he tries to "fly a kite in a subway." THOMAS HAROLD RAGO MTR." "Tommy" is a leading member of Mr. Cowan's all- stag session room. He says girls are his hobby, which tact seems quite true, tor he is one ot the Morristown High menfabout-town. GEORGE RAYMOND RALSTON "Ray" We have but one regret concerning "Ray," and that is the tact that he is leaving us. However, the tine spirit which he has created will long survive his departure. Pro-Peace Fellowship 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3. Spanish Club 4. IACK A. RAYMOND, IR. , Here is one person whom Morristown will always remember tor his never-failing enthusiasm in sports, and in all other organizations. His ever-present op- timism guarantees his success. Football Squad 2, 3. IEAN ADELAIDE RAYNOR 'lRay" When you hear an enthusiastic exclamation ot "Neatl" about something particularly nice, you can be sure lean Raynor is around. She's pretty "neat" herself, we think, and a lot ot tun to know. French Club 3, 4. PETER RESTIVO l'Pete" Fossils are "Pete's" main interest, and though, cruel hearted, he has made more than one heart flutter, he calmly proceeds with his collecting. Spanish Club 2. Dramatic Club Z, 3. IAMES RHOADES "limmy" Big, good-natured "timmy" goes in tor rifle-shooting in a big way. His "98's" now speak well for his ambi- tioneto attain some day a position on the Dewar Team. A smiling straight-shooter can hardly miss. Ritle Club 2, 3, 4. IOAN HELEN RICHARDSON 'tRitchie" "Ritchie" came to us from l'deah" old England, bu.t she didn't bring any London tog with her, no, irideedl loan wants to be a concert pianist, and will continue her studies in music after graduation. Chorus 2, 3. Orchestra 3. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Lie brary Assistant 2. DAN D. RILEY "Rebel" "Dixie Dan" Here he isl The latest thing in the Hlsite of the Party." He has a southern drawl and may be found around lU3. You've guessed itl lt's "Dixie Dan," a sure cure tor the blues. Cheer Leader 4. Boys' Hi-Y 4. VINCENT ROACHE "Vinnie" "Vinnie" is a philosopher, he wants to be satisfied with life. If the spirit of optimism is never dropped and the smiling never stopped, we feel sure that not only will he be satisfied, but so will others. Service Club 4. Basketball Squad 3. EDITH ROBERTS "Sharkey" Edith is very fond of reading and can often be found in the library. Although you see and hear less of Edith than of some other people, it is only because of her considerate nature and quiet courtesy. Library Assistant 4. Chemistry Club 4. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. MIRIAM ELIZABETH RODNEY 'Bonnie' Miriam says she'd like to be remembered for being a cheerful and willing worker, which is, after all, quite a Commendation. She will not be forgotten, for her ex- cellent traits have made her well liked. CARLTON FRANCIS ROPE "Carl" And here, folks, we have another Coach Maclntyre in the making. I'Carl" has been on the basketball squad for the past four years, and has gained valuable experi- ence sure to be useful when he coaches his own team Broadcaster 2, 3, 4. Press Club 4. Spanish Club 2. Chorus 2. Pro-Peace Fellowship 3. French Club 4. Boys' I-Ii-Y 2. Orchestra 2. Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4. GORDON A. ROGERS When we search for a fine scholastic record, we must do more than pause at Gordons. His skill at figures is something to be admired, and sure to be useful any- where. Student Finance Board 4. DOROTHY BEATRICE ROSCOE "Dot" Dance? Thats right. Though "Dot" seems quiet and shy, she is loads of fun and generally "swell." Her favorite pastime is, mysteriously enough, riding in a Ford coupefand her future will be secretarial work, in which she excels. Chorus 3, 4. BERTHA ELIZABETH RUTH "Bunny" 'Bunny' seems to be always in a hurry. She's usu- ally hunting up Press Club assignments or scouting for the Broadcaster, organizations which see journalistic talents in her. Broadcaster 2, 3, 4. Press Club 4. Basketball 3. Draf matic Club 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 2. Science Club 3. Chorus 3. HOBTENSE SALNY 'lHorty" A personality-thus might one of "Horty's" friends concisely describe her to one of those very few who did not already know her. Excelling in anything at- tempted, she provided the Broadcaster with one of its finest Editors-in-Chief. Dramatic Club 2, 3. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Service Club 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Press Club 4. Student Council 3, 4. Broadcaster 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4. ALlCE SATCHELLE "Tiny" "Tiny," a pleasant person and a snappy dresser, has done a lot to make school life more enjoyable with her lovely voice and other musical talents. The school musi- cal organizations will miss her support. Orchestra 2. Girls' Hi-Y 2, 3. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. WILLABD SAVADGE Without the aid of this Mendhamite, Mr. Meys feels that the work of his band and orchestra would have been of an appreciably lower caliber. M. H. S. will miss the services of this quiet but capable young man. Band 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. IOHN ANTHONY SAWKA "Iohnny" "Iohnny" is not one who goes around proclaiming himself. He doesn't need to, for without making a lot of noise, he has acquired a long list of friends, attracted to him by his sunny disposition. Basketball Squad 4. IOHN I. SCHIAVI Iohn is one of those who strove the hardest to create and insure the success of our "Utopia" With his quali- ties of perseverance and endurance, success in any field is assured. ' ISADOBE SCHIP? "Izzy" "lzzy" made a good deal of noise in his four years here but, beneath the noise, his friends know him as a good fellow. We believe his ambition, to be a real help to his father, to be one of the best. Basketball Squad 2, 3. ELEANOB L. SCHWABTZ "Elem One can usually find "Elem in 105, except at 8:30 in the morning. The school which she attends next year will get a "break" when it receives this dynamic per- sonality, with her wide and varied interests. Broadcaster 2, 3. French Club 2, 3. Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. Science Club 2. Pro-Peace Fellowship 3, 4. Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE G. SCHWARTZ "Wongie" "Wongie" has plenty of enthusiasm, and she surely shows this on the tennis courts. Her height, so advan- tageous on the court, will be superseded by her voice when that desired opportunity comes to sing on the radio. Well be listening. Tennis 3, 4. FRED SCHWEIKHART "Woo" Being a typical Morristownian, Fred is always going "some where" and, according to himself, has gotten Uno- Wheref' We disagree with the latter. One who by his ready wit and always triendly dis osition has won him p L self innumerable triends has certainly achieved some thing. ELLEN SCOTT "Nellie" Some day we expect to injure ourselves purposely, just to have this attractive young lady take care ot us. And can we be blamed? Here is the pertect nurse in the making. Baseball 2 ,3, 4. Hockey 2. Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4. VIRGINIA R. SEALS "Gini" Shy and retiring? Not on your litel "Gini" has tun while she works and also when she doesn't work. Her ambition, believe it or not, is to take a trip under the sea in a bathysphere. I. C. A. 2, 3, Sec. 4. French Club 3, 4. Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. WALTER SELVAGE, IR. "Walt" "Walt" is a product of Vail School. Although he pre! ters driving, in order to accomplish his desire to travel around the world, he, will next go to New London Coast Guard Academy. Here's to "Admiral Walt"l Football Squad 2. ROBERT W. SHERMAN 'lBud" To all appearances, "Bud" is quiet, reserved. In most cases he is so, but get him on skates, with a hockey stick and puck, and we have speed incarnate. "Bud" could almost have made up a team in himself it Mor- ristown High could have had one. MARY ELIZABETH SHUEY "Murrie" A tall, tanned, smiling young lady is Mary, and cherished a great deal by her many, many triends. School has been a lot ot tun tor her, and lite is sure to be the same. A Cappella Choir 4. Spanish Club 4. Dramatic Club 4. Girls Hi-Y 3, 4. .,-ff", SELMA SONIA SHUSTIN We are indebted to Park Ridge High for its gift of Selma, who is a brilliant student, a fine friend, and a good sport. Horseback riding is her hobby, and medical school her destination. Library Assistant 3. Dramatic Club 3, 4. Riding Club 3, 4. EVELYN BABBITT SILVERMAN "Bobby" "Bobby" has been a good friend to everyone during her years in M. H. S. Her chiet interests are art, music, and dancing. Such an accumulation of talent in one person cannot but lead to happiness. Chorus 2, 3, 4. LOUISE SILVERMAN "Lu" Impossible for any one personality to overwhelm the school, that's what we thought 'til a little bundle ot at- tractiveness and liveliness in the person ot 'iLu" showed us how very wrong we were. Chorus 3. G. A. C. 3, 4. HOWARD V. N. SLATER "Herb" Another member of Mr. P. B. Cowan's exemplary ses- sion room is "Herb," a quiet, studious, and industrious gentleman who enjoys stamp collecting and, typically, wants to create a useful invention some day. EVELYN LENORA SMALL 'tEbbie" To her intimates, she typities the virtues of loyalty, kindliness, and honesty. We may have a potential world-beater in our midst, as "Ebbie" wants to be a tap dancer. Time will tell! Spiritual Choir 3, 4. MARY CECELIA SMET Mary wishes tor the impossible, tor she does not want to be remembered. How can we torget such loveliness and gracel Student Finance Board 4. LIEB CHARLES SMITH "Smitty" Some say it's his curly hair, others are sure his good natured smile is the cause ot it, and the rest state that it is because he's such fun. Anyway, Lieb has estab- lished himselt as one ot the most popular people in the school. ALEXANDER THOMAS SORANNO "Alex" "Alex" is one of the quieter members of the class and confines most of his efforts to the top floor. His service to the school as a member of the Student Finance Board and at the gates will not be forgotten. Student Finance Board 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. ANTOINETTE SPADA "Ann" A quiet young miss is 'iAnn," hailing from Whippany. She is a diligent Worker who reaps her harvest in high grades. St. Elizabeth's will receive her as one of its most promising freshmen. IOSEPH SPADOLA "loe" When l'loe" gets to that desired "far-distant institu- tion of learning," probably his first move will be to or- ganize a club resembling his famed "VVahoos" of More ristown. To have a host of friends is second nature with "Ioe." Student Council 4. French Club 3, 4. Boys' Hi-Y 4. Football Squad 3. GEORGE IEROME SPABANO "Flash" ln "Georgie," We find one of our finest athletes. lt is hard to imagine either a football or baseball team With- out him. The problem of finding a replacement is a vast one indeed. Service Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Baskete ball Manager 4. Baseball Squad 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. ROBERT G. STINSON "Bob" "Bob's" height is his fortune, so to speak, for in bas- ketball it helps him in his pivot function, and in foot- ball, seemingly impossible passes are brought Within reach by his arms. He has a desire to travel. Football Squad 3. Varsity Football 4, IULIA STOLLER 'lludyu Gloom-chasing, funny, happy "Iudy"l She found the study part of the curriculum often a trifle boring, but her magnetic and vivacious personality made school life just the opposite for most of her associates. Dramatic Club 3, 4. French Club 3. IOHN SULLIVAN "Sully" One of the M. H. tooters, of the clarinet variety, "Sully" aspires to become a member of the United States Naval Academy. As straight and fine as his record has been here should be his naval study and future. y Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. ' ALBERT F. SURMONT "Al" "Station .W3FWV calling C O, calling C Q-" lt sounds like 'lAl" working his amateur radio station. This radio hobby will, we hope, be the beginning of great things tor him, as next year he will attend Stevens to advance his knowledge in this tield. Orchestra 2, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. LELAND GEORGE SWART 'tLee" And here we have M. H. Sf brain trust-none other than our handsome "Lee" lt was he who came, saw, and enjoyed conquering the complications ol geometry. As a college professor, we are sure he will be an in- spiration to his pupils. Student Council 4. French Club 4. Science Club 4. Basketball Squad 3, 4. ANTHONY LUCIO TARTAGLIA 'lTony" A smile at the right time and place satisfies some people's formula, but l'Tony" believes it better to laugh all the time. You just couldnt feel "down" when this friend was anywhere around. Orchestra 2, 3. Band 2, 3, 4. EDITH TENBROOK "Tillie" Sports hold Edith's interest, and the girls' hockey and basketball teams have iound her an excellent player. l'Tillie" plans to enter Hampton lnstitute, where we are sure she will continue her line work. Chorus 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 4. Spiritual Choir 3, 4. Hockey 4. Basketball 4. IEAN ISABEL THOMPSON "Tommie" This attractive young lady has what it takes, and takes what weve got in the way of admiration and friendship. t'Tommie" was a leading lady in the senior play, and her charming personality always brightened the halls ot M. H. S. French Club 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2. Senior Play 4. CLIFFORD V. TILLOTSON, IB. t'Clitt" 'iCliit" does everything, is everywhere. He says "Go Boyl" comes trom Morris Plains, and inhabits that acme ol session rooms, lU3. He will really be missed by the school and in his many activities. Broadcaster 2, 3, 4. Student Council 3, 4. Service Club 4. Press Club 4. Boys' Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 2, 3, 4. Band 2. Football Squad 3, 4. CARLTON TOWNLEY "Carl" A young man with plenty ot talent, i'Carl" has proved his ability in many lines ot endeavor. Although in his last year we have only seen him in the afternoon, still in these short hours we have tound him a real friend. Chorus 3, 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. County Orchestra' 4. BEBNICE MABNE TUOHIG "Bee" We feel that the gain was all ours when the Tuohig sisters were transferred from Newark Art High. "Bee" is going in for nursing next fall, and then will become an air hostess, we know there will be a business pick-up on her line. Girls' Hi-Y 4. LA VEBNE ELIZABETH TUOHIG A blushing damsel, and a pretty one at that, was recently added to our class. It was our good fortune to obtain La Verne, who in a short time, became a vital element in the school. Girls' Hi-Y 4. A Cappella Choir 4. MUBIEL VEBDUBB TUOHIG "Mu" A very recent addition to our school, Muriel has had a good time working and playing. She has had more fun than some of us, since she is one of those baffling Tuohig twins, who are so difficult to distinguish. More fun to herl Commercial Club 4. Girls' Hi-Y 4. MIBIAM TOBA TURITZ "Mimi" Although she appears quiet, "Mimi" is a leading ex- ponent of school activity. She has proved the old adage, "Actions speak louder than words." If she stays as she is, college will be a pleasure to her. Broadcaster 2, 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. G. A. C. 2, 3. Pro- Peace Fellowship 4. French Club 3, 4. Baseball 2. Track 2. Hockey 2, 3. Basketball 2, 3. CHARLOTTE TYLICKI "Lottie" "Lottie's" ambition, to be a private secretary, won't be hard for her to achieve, as she is ambitious, com- petent, and a good friend. The latter may not be so im- portant then, but it has certainly counted during her much-enjoyed stay at our school. Chorus 3. Girls' Hi-Y 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. French Club 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. BOCCO UBEBTACCIO "Yonko" This young man is one of the better dressed of the senior class. He is a great supporter of all the games, and often is heard saying, "Why-zacea-ly." His services to the school will be missed. Student Finance Board 4. Library Assistant 3. Keep- ers of the Gates 4. PATBICIA USHEB UPat" lf you've ever been to a football or basketball game and heard some feminine voice, down near the players' bench, 'tholler" out, "Hold 'em Morristown," it probably was "Pat" She is one of our cheer leaders, and did more than her share to help our teams along. Girls' Hi-Y 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Cheer Leader 4. ARTHUR VADASZY 'iHunter" When "Art" left Stirling three years ago, we acquired one of our greatest hunters. Some day he's going to tour the world, shooting this and that on the way, but we hope that he and his pleasing disposition get back to us safely. Rifle Club 4. Orchestra 2. Dramatic Club 2, 3. ERNEST IOSEPH VANDERHOOF "Ernie" A swift and accurate worker is "Ernie," until he takes time out to do a bit of kidding. lt is people such as he who make life pleasant. IOSEPHINE MARY VERRILLI "Io" Behold the tennis champl Ula" certainly excels in that line, and in most other athletics. Perhaps her unusual amount of pep is due to her training in the organization to which she was devoted-the G. A. C. Broadcaster 2. I. C. A. 2. G. A. C. 2, 3, Secretary 4. Dramatic Club 2. Basketball 2, 3. Tennis 2, 3, 4. Hiking Club 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3. EDNA RICE VOGT Edna is one of that small group of people who can get good marks all through high school, and have a good time too. She has made more friends here than you could count in a hurry. Wellesley is her next stop. Service Club 3, 4. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. Pro-Peace Fellowship 3, 4. Girls' HieY 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. EDWIN EARLE WALKER l'Chungie" HChungie" is another athletic-minded person who will make a living out of his talents in this field. lf he can coach as well as he defended the end and tackle positions, his ambition will be realized. Football Squad 2. Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4. Varsity Football 3, 4. Track 2, 4. ELSIE MILDRED WARD i'El" We have Madison High to thank for one of our love- liest blondes. Not only is Elsie pretty, but also she's a willing worker and plenty of fun. METRO WASINKOWSKI x'Mickey" 'lMickey" is one of those rarities in high school who do not skip classes. Baseball is his hobby, and some day we expect to see him as a member of a big league team. Library Assistant 3. Football Squad 2. Baseball Squad 3. Varsity Baseball 4. GBAYCE L. WEAN l'Gracie" Grayce is particularly interested in athletics, espee cially swimming, but also has high ambitions for a po- sition as a private secretary. Attractiveness, neatness, and efficiency are the keynotes for her success. Broadcaster 2. Chorus 2. Track 3. Basketball 2. I. C. A. 4. HANNAH WEINSTEIN "Nonny" Sweet, friendly, and talented, thats 'lNonny," who has a penchant for designing and making things. Art is her chosen vocation and she plans to attend Newark Art School. I-lere's to her successful career. French Club 4. Cobbonian Board 4. Dramatic Club 2. RALPH OSGOOD WELLS When it comes to making friends, Ralph is Hright there" with the best of them. Quiet and amiable, he goes about doing all he is asked to, and more. Boys' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Student Finance Board 4. E. MARIE WELSH "Bien Aside from cheering up classmates with her delec- table humor, "Bien has established herself as a sporty dresser and an original personality who is leaving an impression on Morristown High. REBECCA WENABSKY "Becky" Probably due to her fondness for "la langue fran- caise," "Becky" has the travel urge. After making her fortune in the business world, this smartly dressed young lady will, she hopes, go overseas. Broadcaster 3, 4. I. C. A. 2, 3, 4. G. A.,C. 3. Pro- Peace Fellowship 4. French Club 3, 4. Hockey 3. ELIZABETH WEST "Betty" Whenever "Betty" happened to be absent, the school seemed different. In spite of her many pleasant associ' ations here at Morristown, she still thinks that Maplef wood, the former residence of this charming person, is "tops" Library Assistant 3, 4. IAMES WESTBY-GIBSON "Iimmie" As do so many others from that renowned place, "Iimmie" claims 103 to be the center of his activities. While these activities do not include much extra-cur' ricular work, he has liked our edification so well that he'll be back next year for a P. G. ,I .gre 'Wifi-. .., 1 I .. wi HUBERT EVERETT WHARTON "Herby" That admirable and interesting business of raising and training bird dogs is "Herby's" chief interest. We can best describe him in one phraseehes regular. ELIZABETH VERONICA WHITE "Bette" "Bette" came to us from Newark, and we did not regret her arrival. On the contrary, things brightened up, and classes became more interesting in the compan- ionship of this attractive young lady. DAVID HOWELL WHITEHEAD "Dave" Presenting M. H. S.' smooth dresser, man-about- town, or what have you. I'Dave" is one of the better looking gentlemen of our class, and is fortunate enough to be the possessor of a fine bass voice. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, IOSEPH BURTON WILEY, IR. "Ioe" "Ice" should be successful in life, for he is the top when it comes to personality, disposition, and ambition. His hangout is lU8-that's right, the shop. Always work- ing, that's "Ioe." Student Council 3, 4. Service Club 2, 3, 4. French Club 4. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. Band Z, 3. Boy Scouts 2, Officer 3, 4. Shop Foreman 3, 4. Football Squad 4. ANNA ELIZABETH WILKIE "Sis" Petite, friendly, and capable describe this young lady. Anna is one of our commercial students, and intends to continue her work next year. We know the world without will welcome her as a much needed addition. Student Finance Board, Sec. 4. Cobbonian Board Business Manager 4. Keepers of the Gates 4. Class Treasurer 3, 4. CHRISTINA M. WILKIE "Chris" Any person who has had the pleasure of reading some of Christina's compositions readily agrees that there is a future in journalism for this young lady. Her excellent work in English is an accomplishment that everyone would gladly possess. IOHN COUTTS WILKIE "I, C." HI. C." is well in the running for class shrimp, and some day hopes to "Napoleon" some large concern. His ready smile has become practically an institution. Band 2. Orchestra 2. Shop Foreman 4. ROBERT DONALD WILLIAMS "Bob" "What d'ya say," greets "Bob" with his smile, and when you see that smile, everything clears up. "Bob" doesn't think he'll be remembered, but if he wants to be forgotten, we're afraid he's in for a disappointment. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Track 3, Baseball 4. I. EDWARD WILLIAMSON 'tSwede" "Swede," that blonde-haired, happy-go-lucky fellow, who wants to "tour the world in ten days," is herewith presented. If smiles were cashable, he would have little difficulty in realizing any ambition. Boys' Hi-Y 4. Cheer Leader 4. FRANK WILLIS "Doggie" Franks ambition-to hunt, fish, and sleep-should, some day, be attained. Already he has proved his skill in hunting and fishing, and as to the sleeping, we'll just leave that to him. DOROTHY MARY WILSON "Dot" "Dot" has two main interests, commercial work and art. Her ability in the first has benefited the Commer- cial Club no little, and her talent in the latter should make her an excellent interior decorator. I. C. A. 3. Commercial Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4. -G. A. C. 3, 4. Debating Club 4. Hockey 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. RHODA PHYLLIS WRAITH "Roe" The senior class seems to be composed of a goodly number of redheads, foremost among whom is "Roe" Her charming and lively ways have made her an out' standing person in the "great metropolis of Utopia." Keepers of the Gates 4. I. C. A. 2. Commercial Club 3, 4. EDNA MAY WRIGHT "Neb" Behind the query, "Do your homework?" one usually finds happy, enthusiastic "Neb." Her executive powers have been felt by the Commercial Club, which she has efficiently led as president. Commercial Club 3, President 4. I. C. A. 4. RAYMOND GERALD WRIGHT "Ierry" "ferry" is another one of those Annapolis hopefuls. That worthy institution could well use him, one of Mor- ristown's quieter type, with a sense of humor sure to be useful an where y . Press Club 4. Rifle Club 4. Football Squad 3. f . 'Wdivf 'a IEAN WYLIE Florida and Morristown share lean. Because she is such a very delightful young person, we would like to have seen her for more than five months out of each year. Nevertheless, we are grateful for her short stay. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ELVIRA YANNUZZI "El" Stirling is able to boast the possession of charming "El," one of the gayest and wittiest of our group, who has been a big factor in causing the class of 1936 to be regarded generally as one of smiles. Press Club 4. RAYMOND L. ZELIFF, IR. 'lChub" Another mathematically minded young man is found in the person of "Chub." After completing a course at Stevens, which we know will be brilliant, he will em- bark on life's ship as an A-l engineer. I. C. A. 2. Spanish Club 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. ROGER SEMET Roger spent the winter in Florida, and returned to Morristown so late that he almost missed the printers deadline. We're glad he decided to get his diploma from M. H. S., and consider his smiling face a worth- while addition to these pages. ln memory of IACOB SCHIEE, a classmate. IUNIOR CLASS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Adviser Mr. W Robert Heath lack Hipson Sylvia Miller Victorine Wiss illiarn K, Flynn Never thinking it would ever be so important to the school and well known to all, the junior class started on its path to fame just three years ago. The class has always maintained a high scholastic average with large representation on the Honor and Credit Rolls. Last fall, the members chose the officers named above with Mr. Flynn as adviser. The class selected the insignia and design for the class rings. The junior prom was held early in May and, as usual, was a splendid success. Though there is occasionally a bit of a fuss concerning the senior stairs, the two classes got along very well throughout the year, which the front office especially appreciated. Now as the seniors leave, they leave their privileges and responsibilities to the class of 1937. SOPHOMORE CLASS President ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.w A rthur Culberson Vice-President .. .. james Bruen Secretary V... .,., ...., L e o Van Koll Treasurer . ........ . ,. G ertrude Bates Class Adviser . , ,,,,,,,. Mr. Daniel Sinclair The class of 1938 is the most up and coming soph- omore class seen by M. H. S. in many a year. The seniors and juniors Woke up With a jolt one day to find a full-fledged political campaign under Way- and imagine their chagrin when they found the spon- sors of this campaign to be none other than the soph- omores, clamoring for recognition. This movement was led by that budding politician, Arthur Culberson. They chose as their class adviser Mr. Daniel Sinclair -and We Will venture to say that he has his hands full, but is equal to the task. . As soon as officers had been elected, they gave a dance, right under the noses of the surprised juniors. This is more pep than any sophomore class has shown for quite a While-so keep up the good Work! A C T I V I T I E S l Carraway Pim ,,, , . W . George Marden Olivia Marden . Dinah Brian .. Aunt Iulia .. . Anne .n,, . Director . Winthrop Brown . Ioseph Wiley . Laura Howard lean Thompson George Hester Martha Attridge . Karla Hummel Mr. P. B. Cowan Several weeks before the presentation of l'Mr. Pim Passes By" Mr. Cowan informed the senior class that this year might mark the end of senior plays. But classes of the future have no cause to worry-senior plays will continue. 'lMr. Pint" was a success in every sense of the word. The play this year was A. A. Milne's delightful comedy about the blunders of the timid old Mr. Pim. Winthrop Brown did an excellent piece of acting in the title role. Ioseph Wiley and Laura Howard were outstanding in the parts of the husband and Wife, while the entire cast did unusually well. General opinion called this the smoothest production seen in M. H. S. for many years, The presentation could not have been what it was without Mr. Cowan's able direction. The cast worked hard and well, as did the innumerable other seniors and faculty members who assisted in scenery, makeup, lighting, proper- ties, ticket selling, and publicity. The class of '36 is proud of its contribution to the long history of senior dramatics in the school. School As 1200 Students Ballot I Progressive Slate Sweeps - ,J W-, , , fiff ,,,Y ti - ---if-, I -- Leaders Picked For Qffice,-5 of the Student Council Mills And Nixon Get ' 1 i Next Year's Council . President Treasurer H Large Maj0fltl6S -- Mu ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -.- 907 Nl ..f.ff. ...-,---- - M 1,013 , , 1 , , - Om. M. Mills, recently elected .f 194 rvllrgein ff-A-fff- - -- 184 1 The Offwefs elected lf' Yfsmdays Ouncil head, has been very il School ,S it D ' - Y. Stndent Council Election are as fol- 'wrner Student Council Ni CS Fafllatlc EVeHt C l ' ' A . om 6 flz S mon. He also WVhen Seniors Present A A IVE! :1rQ?SIi-gdaydandgxalturday - . ,E i ' - me y P- , Op 719 "ce if Green Room G ' - Q y r. im Passes Bv ALL 1? O0 - Leauigzsiigupplled by V 5 ' X THING OH S y f'?i - ' Talented. Cas! Prepared fo ' Pgxxpirsl g S i -'ura Howard EX wi Y FHS! Perfcrmance ?7"'.rf an ai -class Y' H 'K 1 V PI' -- V 1 T i ' in 111, On , "H rg -"V ' vu ' - W 5 Umorrow and Saturda ' ' lmh' et M' g c0l""i"I!5'4l-4. 411 THE MEL ster. -i NY I Q ' 1 ge Euler Class will Pliieilltmlllllli Fur. BV "' TING Play , P- ' U' ' all Bw in we High sm fgliheefliejps Of the B I :www Sgliderltrx HSS Y 1 A A 5 hFL:I:utnl:eaZeZix'51Qmcx the end - Ilmr 1. ,, Poadf w ' ' :' L' f 9 Play is cram d ' ,On to , . Criss. T Hstep h , . S X V. I mf Wlth humorous 'US befrfi-SnCUmf'1z eng? 'len' 'U2111a2flf,agaf'1 passe, - Maroon Wms C-OUUW , L-,dx """'f-Lwns. sas are 6 Nami clone -ozs as ,ghev Cr:sA1?0SSQS.s as I mtc Title In Baseball '.l 1 Of Scraps ,me of George ,I pohcvritertaingdl Iziell. The5,Cffh1L11iuQ WON: EIIIUIUI '-' The H S wife, and Dinah: We 11Sl7?JltK?cgI1IaStllje zgjtllliiwzielzfg irieclgr Iliff? higliltlug' The, Morristown High school base' bllfldinfr 'fo Sfudes or M. f to get Geofgfs A .- 0 eff A " V ma, " 1, u t of 1 . . . Mar A "ff wifi? QVQ. lruflliufg ,fr 55:21, in Council Suggests Home Room DISCUSSIONS: ' v 1 4 - - . . . Oon Seeks C ' ' may llyodef Will Hold B1-weekly Meetings Third Perma Ollllly ue T,x" -- X -K TICKET SALE FA1Lsg DEPOSITS ik RETURNED 16 In A -- be--M H-. Q " - Student 11111131 I X U Vmg Clash T ea-In . Faqes Tigers In Se 3501-fs Cl. UH 3.X St or a new deal in M., . 5 Sch.ng1,a,,, ai-ring the year with hi h In 31116 I First Tourney G At Hawthorne n E IC ' Tonight A l Scores UPSC k P Passalc R :- A Ewa +New YOI' Maroon, , E ,, 'NC Q Gver F011 Th ' an U N' W School Ffgusand Dollars Iiandied BY Q Oi - S 0 i ance Group In 1 gt Fou M r Laroe Students To Atten A ww' G f-f rem E, wi oi G X ,e . 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"' 1'1 T0 Illake Surprzse Inspectzonsg , 1 roaming the 6 Delegation Q X f' N N XX X 0 X Onths g 'v ' . 1 Voice: ..r,-,UNI Uflllll hr..,,,, Q Y, -L- .lust A Question of News Va'ue ju A At frequent intervfils the editors are ann.-,,..,,..A4- - -ma A new convnlfwel' Y HSOI' irds lespe-cially at the Bread -z ,-1 .- ,1 Y t ' -3' 'h duty i' To Spo li . Wh t ld 1"' 43 ilk D k S Eafthworms, or' fl' Pfmosglbllgsitorreci Counc ' ' I'lNeXt wee jd, aioiolxhe Cheab MW' ey ' Fogel W' 3 t del- ' P ' Maiicla 0 name -- Need Anyb 1 4 Dogfish? See Mf- muffws Qfwbe me-F - A af-rrerrnfmn We F a me - 1 "v S ""' m new .take awfgrigf pULBERSON AND BRUEN HEAD MORE CLASS OFFICERS Century-old Papers How Sh0uldA bl ssem - . l , V K ll Also Chosen Eaves In Szphognore Vote Displayed Last Week S D k B ea e! Greetea I Sophomore Slate K N -- rm L - . ,. in mt ilrkeyf Shou , frm There A , SOPHO A numbvr ui' vcrv old co ' . pies of How do v . Jnu think tlsp ar-hm-J rlmuv -,,., ,, ylgtyssm-L, ,,,, ,..,L:L,:.-.M VM. BROADCASTER Editors-in-Chief Managing Editors, William Anni Sports Editors Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulating Manager Editorial Adviser Business Adviser Hortense Salny, Harry Stapler s, Laura Howard, Harry Stapler, Eva Feld Seymour Epstein, Robert Reed Edith Grinker Florence Cohen Evelyn Krauss Mr. Marcus S. Smith Mr. Lloyd H. Iacobs The school's weekly newspaper underwent various changes during the year, in response to a desire on the part of the staff to introduce more original features and makeup. One result has been the best year the paper ever had, both in the quality of the production and in its support by the school. The keen interest of the faculty advisers, Mr. Smith and Mr. Iacobs, has been a large factor in the success of the project, as well as the unlimited time and effort ex- pended by the editors and business managers. C A Two high points among the 29 issues were the Thanksgiving number and the crazy Mudplaster, which came out on April Fools day, and suited the occa- sion perfectly. The Broadcaster has a large and active staff of reporters, to which were added in the latter half of the year many sophomores and juniors to replace the outgoing seniors. The business board has done an exceptionally efficient job, and much credit is due to them for the financial stability of the paper. STUDENT COUNCIL President , ,,,, ,,,, , . lohn MillS Vice-President .. .. . ,,,,,,, Harry Stapler Corresponding Secretary , Arlene Armstrong Recording Secretary t,,, Harold Iones Treasurer . .. t,,,,tt,,,,t,, ,,tt, , . . , , . Harold Nixon Advisers ,tt,,,. ,,,tt,, Marcus S. Smith, Harold A. Eaton On coming into action last fall with its first full year ahead of it, the Student Council was faced with one of its most serious problems-the throwing of paper on grounds adjacent to that of the school. This was solved by obtaining student cooperation. One of the first projects undertaken Was the publica- tion of library lists of those with books overdue. These lists proved to be a great help to both students and library. The council Worked in cooperation With a group of commercial students in the Utopia campaign which achieved its purposehthat of cleaning up the school. The Student Council felt that more dances would be highly appreciated and as a result sponsored an eve- ning affair and noon-time dancing. lt conducted and furnished material for numerous assembly programs. Vitality, industry and Willingness to work hard for the good of the student body are keynotes of the Coun- cil's Work. Its first year has established it as an indis- pensable school activity. 5mmy,pLnC5 at-W UTOPIA CLUB Captain ,, , ,,,,,. , ,, lohn Krozser Commander c ,,,,, . ....,, .. Elizabeth Engstrom Lieutenant Commander ,aaa,,,, , , Mildred O'Rourke Ensign , c a,,,,,,a,,, ,c ,,,aa,,,,,aa, ., ,, , lohn Sawka Advisers Mr. Harold Hamlin, Mr. Lloyd Iacobs This worthy organizations founding was a result of the Utopia Campaign, begun to improve the school, and the group has functioned smoothly and effi- ciently long since the remainder of the campaign was forgotten. Eoremost among its duties is the eliminating of traffic in the halls during periods. Utopian members are stationed at desks in the corridors to see that persons freauenting the halls have passes. A bulletin was also published by these club members which Was a credit to its Writers. The general usefulness of this activity guarantees, We believe, its continuance in the years to come. SERVICE CLUB President , Laura Howard Vice-President Ernest Le Monnier Secretary ,, Frances Dolan Adviser Mr. Paul I. Fogel This organization is exceedingly important in its work throughout the school year. Members have certain duties to perform about the school daily which they carry out With the courtesy and firmness necessary for keeping the school func- tioning in an orderly manner. On special occasions when help is needed, the club is called upon for assistance which it gives readily and capably. Nominations to the club are made during the latter part of the school year by a committee selected from the members of the club. Candidates best fitted for membership are chosen only after a student ballot has been held. This organization, representing a definite aim towards the successful management of the school, has equalled its past record in l935-36. I. C. A. President Ada de la Haye Vice-President Ruth Williamson Secretary .. Virginia Seals Adviser A ,, . ,,,,, ,,,, ,iiiii M rs. Martha Hopler The lunior Civic Association, consisting of about forty active members, has carried on its usual successful program of service and help. The very enthu- siastic welfare committee enlisted the cooperation of the entire school at Christ- mas time and was able to supply fifteen families with necessities and toys. The political survey of the town and county officials, prepared by last year's organization, was again circulated. The club presented a very successful movie, Dickens' "Christmas Carol", to raise money for relief and to swell the school relief fund. A new field of endeavor was taken over by the Association this year. The members assisted the civics teachers by arranging and supervising various field trips of interest to civics students. This function may become a part of the club program, as it proved profitable to all those concerned. Mrs. Hopler, the adviser, and the officers of the organization deserve com- mendation for the unselfish work they have done in "making the world a bit more beautiful and better because they have been in it." DRAMATIC CLUB President , ,,,, ,,,, ,A ,, , Rose Barrett Vice-President ,,rr,,,, i , Carrel Myers Secretary r,,,,r Virginia Kapp Treasurer ,,,.., ,o , Ieanne Chesiey Adviser ee,,,, , Miss Armice Iohrisori How to keep about 150 people busy-that is the problem that has to be faced by Miss Iohnson and the executive board of the Dramatic Club. The surprising part ot it is that almost all that number are busy in the group's activities at one time or another during the year-working hard and liking it. Putting on a matinee ot two or three plays is arduous labor, involving many people in addition to casts and directors. Electricians, property man-r agers, makeup artists, scenery painters, publicity directorsfall are put to work and trained in the Dramatic Club. When a member has earned lOO points he becomes a Thespian and is a part of the national honorary Thespian Society. Every year there are about twenty Thespians. Miss Iohnson has handled this popular organization for several years and is indispensable. She "knows the ropes" in dramatics, and all the members, Thespians or otherwise, become better versed in stage lore under her guidance. COMMERCIAL CLUB President C Ednol 'Wright Vice-President it Dorothy Wilson Secretory . Alice Barrett Treasurer to Anno Sorivi Adviser Miss Corrmen Bourgoin With its aim to provide educational and social programs for its members, this commendable organization has had a very successful year. Foremost among the club's activities were the sponsoring of weekly faculty teas, raising funds for the treasury by the sale of playing cards and other articles, and finally in taking several interesting and cultural trips. Under its very capable leader this organization has had, We believe, the best year in its history. PRO-PEACE FELLOWSHIP President , Ernest Le Monnier Vice-President Ada de la Haye Secretary . Carrel Myers Adviser , ,.rr , Miss Elsie Campbell The Pro-Peace Fellowship, although quite young has a strong following in Morristown High School. As its name implies, the Fellowship endeavors to promote world peace through education, and to acquaint its members with the prob- lems and obstacles that confront peace workers. At the meetings, various topics pertaining to peace, such as dis- armament, munitions, and the work of Senator Nye, were discussed. The club received a severe setback when the adviser, Miss Elsie Campbell, was called away. Since her return, however, the organiza- tion has been functioning smoothly. Dr. Everett Clinchy of Madison, N. I., renowned peace worker, was the guest-speaker at an assembly program sponsored by the Pro-Peace members. Many other famous advocates of peace were brought to school assemblies by the club. Included among these were Dr. Kingdon and Mr. Richard Morford. General Chairman H aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Robert Crane Adviser ,,,,,,, ,,,,, . .. ,,,, . . Mr. Chester Osborne "Yes, l'll have a cup of tea, thank you." This sounds like a ladies' sewing circle, doesn't it? lt really isn't, though-it's only Mr. Osborne's Chemistry Club. The members of this group not only delved into the mysteries of the chemical World, but also during their regular meetings performed many magical tricks based on chemistry. The club also Went on a field trip to New York, Where they visited the nationally known Hayden Planetarium. At each regular meeting one of the members served tea. and cookies. In true chemical style, the tea was prepared in a glass beaker over a Bunsen burner. CHEMISTRY CLUB ,df RIFLE CLUB President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Adviser , larnes Rhoades Ioseph Wiley Iohn Borcherdt , Byron Sherman Lt. Edward C. Tuttle The Rifle Club again represented the school in target shooting this year. Their program of matches included Rockaway, Dover, and Caldwell High Schools. Every Wednesday they met for practice at the Maple Avenue range, under the watchful eye of Lt. Tuttle. Iames Rhoades proved himself a good president and also a good shot, scoring as high as 98 out of a pos- sible IUU. The members arranged their own meets with other schools and supported the or- ganization faithfully. Next year the club expects to obtain a larger range and thus remove the handicap under which they have been working for the past several seasons. 44-h- DEBATING CLUB President , Miles Bowker Secretary , Alice Barrett Advisers, Miss Sylvia Cohen, Mr. Ditlow Schroll Although the annual triangular debates between Morristown, Plainfield, and Westfield were discontinued this year, debates with Dover, Boonton, Hillside, Passaic, and Somerville were held. The topic for the debates was socialized medicine. The year might be called successful as only one debate was lost, that being with Somerville, and in the others no decisions were ren- dered. The purpose of the club, which is to teach students to think and speak well, was carried out, as only two veterans were left from last year and a new team had to be developed. Interest in the club was lacking during the early part of the year, but towards the end of the season the group was fairly strong. Next year's team should be an experienced one, as only two members will be lost by graduation. President .. , ,........ ,,,, ,, . ,. Rose Barrett Vice-President ,e,e,,,,e,, ,,,,,, . .. Carrell Meyers Secretary ....ee,r,e ,,,ee,r,re V ictorine Wiss Treasurer ...........,,.......,..,,e . ,e,e,e,,e,e, .,,,e,e,,, I anet Dress Adviser r,e,,,...,..,,,,e,,,. Miss Eleanor McClelland GIRLS' H!-Y The Girls' Hi-Y has certainly fulfilled its purpose, which is "to find and give its best". This year it Was generous to Caney Creek Community, iso- lated in the Kentucky mountains, and also to the Neighborhood House. Membership can be attained by any girls of the senior and junior classes who wish to join. Supper meetings are held every two Weeks at the local Y.M.C.A. Guest speakers included people outside school as Well as Within. Officers are chosen by vote at the last meeting of the season, to which all the mothers are invited. BOYS' HI-Y This year the Boys' Hi-Y took on, as their special project, the sponsoring of afternoon tea dances. Starting from the middle of Winter, the dances ran every other Monday until the end ot May. The dances Were well liked by the students and as many as three hundred attended the first one. The Boys' Hi-Y should be proud ot its work. J A basketball team was formed which won fourth place in the Y.M.C.A, Intermediate League, and won nearly all its outside games, Nine members of the Hi-Y attended the county conference and several went to the state conference. The purpose ot the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The slogan is 'Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Sport, and Clean Scholarship". President Vice-President, Clittord Secretary Treasurer Faculty Adviser . Robert Hickerson Tilotson, Don Philhower, Paul Nicholas Robert Bartron , Harry Stapler Mr, Ted M. Cowan ',., .QA 40 My... x ,W FRENCH CLUB The French Club organized last year, had another very successful season, under the able supervision ot Miss Lippincott and Miss Eckman. At meetings the members have enjoyed varied and interesting programs. Musicals, plays, and re- ports were given on immortal Frenchmen and French customs. A great deal ot credit is due the advisers, Miss Lippincott and Miss Eclcman, tor their helptul ad- vice and assistance, without which the club would not have become one of the popular, important, and permanent organizations in the school. President Eva Feld Vice-President Carol Iohnson Secretary Miles Bowker - Miss Rhoda A. Lippincott Advlsers Miss Margaret Eckman 4 an President ,, ,,,,, , ,, William Crisante Secretary , ,ii, . H ,,,, i Raymond Zelitt Treasurer , Miss Eleanor McClelland The Spanish Club under the supervision of Miss McClelland met once a Week throughout the year. The members have spent many enjoyable alter- noons together, supplementing the regular class Work by musical and literary programs. A trip to New York to visit the Spanish Museum was the high point in the year's activities. SPANISH CLUB J SHOP FOREMEN This organization, founded last year, has rapidly gained an important place in the schools program ot activities. The mem- bers, usually upper classmen, are selected by Mr. Eaton on the basis of their ability as capable and reliable Workers. lt is their duty to help less experienced students and exercise general supervision in the shop. Meetings are held twice a month. ln the course of the year the group takes several trips to nearby industrial plants. BOY SCOUTS audi Scoutmaster ,, ,,,,,,, s , Mr. Harold Eaton Assistant Scoutmasters, Robert Barber, Raymond Webb Senior Patrol Leaders , Robert Smith, Robert Heath This scout organization, composed entirely of boys trom Morristown l-ligh School, is one of the largest and most active groups in the country. There are eight patrols, divided into two troops, 50a and 5Ob. The mem- bers have earned a record number of badges and other distinctions under the able leadership ot Mr. Eaton, who is one ot the outstanding scout leaders in north Iersey. Meetings are held every Monday evening in the school scout quarters, and an active program ot scout Work is carried on throughout the year. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS One ot the most valuable assets ot the school is its library, which is super- vised by Miss Anna C. Roberts. lt has proved its Worth both as an educational and leisure time department. The twenty-tour students who have given their services have rendered able assistance in circulation and clerical Worki lt would be impossible to serve the student body so etticiently it it were not tor the cooperation and willing spirit shown by these students, who have given so generously ot their time. There are eighteen students who work at the desk during the eight periods ot the day. Six students from the Commercial Department aid in the business management, , A KEEPERS OF THE GATES .. Adviser-Mr. Lloyd H. lacobs This organization, though comparatively new, functioned this year in a very efficient manner. Unlike most other school activities, its members are appointed rather than elected. lt is their duty to collect and sell tickets at the various football, bas- ketball, and baseball games. Due to their keen training in accuracy, commercial students are preferable for this work. Perhaps, we are likely to overlook this important club be- cause of its seasonal functioning. However, when we think of sports, then will the work of the Keepers of the Gates return to our minds. lt is one of the organizations of which M. H. S. is most proud. President , Arlene Armstrong Vice-President .. ee,, Marion Nugent Adviser Mr. Richard Prentice The Morristown High School Press Club merged with the practical journalism class this year to form a journalistic organization of torty members. Twenty ot these are active members who perform regular assignments and receive credit tor the course. The remaining twenty are associate mem- bers who cover occasional assignments, but do not receive credit. The club has as its aim the serving ot the school organizations and administration, and providing local newspapers with press releases concerning the significant events happening in Morristown High School. These press releases are gathered in regular newspaper style. Reporters are given weekly assignments to be covered and written up. The copy is read and edited by the desk editor and then delivered to the newspaper ottice. Press Club columns appear regularly in the Morristown Daily Record and two Morristown weeklies. Occasionally, columns are submitted to other newspapers in the vicinity. Several interesting lectures were given the members during the year, including one by Mr. Ralph W. Bugli and one by Mr. Charles Valentine. M.H.S. PRESS CLUB A gn- ,... BAND AND Director-Mr. Charles Meys The M. H. S. orchestra under the capable direction of Mr. Meys has again proved itself indispensable to the extra-curricu- lar activities of the high school. lt occupied an important posi- tion in assemblies and performed at the senior play and other programs on the school calendar. The orchestra has helped many students to develop their musical talents through practice during the school day. The group has also given two concerts during the course of the year which proved very enjoyable. Some of the members played in the county orchestra this spring. ORCHESTRA Little have we appreciated this beneficial organization in past years, but this year we could not help but admire this hard working group of musically inclined students. The band, headed by Carlton Townley, the drum major, attracted attention wherever it went. With their new maroon and white throwback Capes and hats to match, they presented a "classy" appearance. The band, led by Mr. Meys in assembly at times, had a very busy season. They represented Morristown High School at all the football games, and often drew the cheers of the crowd as they went through some particularly hard maneuvers. They also played at the Y.M.C.A. circus. To Mr. Edward Tuttle, in appreciation of his hard work and the devotion of his spare time to teaching the band intricate and new marching steps, and to Mr. Meys, director, we offer con- gratulations for producing one of the best bands the school has ever had. Y 1 A CAPPELLA CHOIR Director-Mr. Robert Merton Howard Without a doubt the school's rnost popular organization is the one adjacent. Mr. How- ard has worked with a larger group this year than last, as a new choir was formed. Together the two choirs have given the annual Christmas Candlelight Service and a cantata, "Rose Maiden" by Cowen. The eighth period choir gave Gilbert and Sul- livan's "lolanthe" for its annual operatic pro- duction, which was very successful. The choir also filled several outside engage- rnents in different churches and schools, and sang at graduation. l "IOLANTHE" The Lord Chancellor Earl ot Mountararat Earl oi Tolloller Private Willis Strephon , Queen of Fairies Iolanthe Celia L Leila Fleta ,, Phyllis , Harry Tigar Leonard Cifrese Nathan Klatzkin Thomas Leonard Samuel Hollander Laura Howard Edna Vogt Rose Barrett Natalie La Rue Ieanne Chesley Edith Fleming Again the musical talent ot the school charmed its audience with another Gilbert and Sullivan Opera, "lolanthe". The opera itself was a success due to the excellent directing ot Mr. Robert Howard, and the tine performances oi the cast and all other choir members. BOYS' GLEE CLUB GIRLS' GLEE CLUB SPIRITUAL CHCIR These organizations have favored us with several assembly appearances and are yearly becoming more and more popular. Mr. Robert Howard, their director, deserves much credit for turning out these musically minded groups in a fine tashion. ,,.......-m m ft 51 V12 A T H L E T I C S ii i FOOTBALL COACHES William K. Flynn OO O O Head Daniel Sinclair, Howard Lillie OO Assistants Captain O Frank Bitando Manager loseph Blue l-lard breaks and injuries featured the story of the gridiron Warriors of the year l935. lt can be truthtully said, that ol the contests lost, at least tour might have been Won with no change except a difference in those quirks and whims which decide so many games. The season did, however, show another commendable uplift both in the morale of players and in the won and lost column. Starting with Philipsburg, the Maroon and White lost a close battle. Next, the East Orange game was lost in the last minute of play. Boonton was able to eke out a narrow, one- touchdown win. The M. H. S. spirit was not to be denied, however, and the fol- lowing week, Roselle Park was defeated, injuries notwithstanding. One week later came the high light of the season, a smashing, passing twenty point vic- tory over Union Hill. Then, with another Turkey day success seemingly assured, fate again fixed the cards and the best and finest efforts of the year were of no avail. A blocked kick and an intercepted pass snatched away the hard earned, one touchdown lead, and victory as well. Morristown Season's Record 5 Philipsburg 19 13 East Orange 18 O Columbia 2U O Red Bank 31 6 Plainfield 26 12 Boonton . 19 7 Roselle Park 5 25 Union Hill 6 6 Dover . 14 76 159 BASKETBALL Coach Mr. Iarnes A. Maclntyre Assistant Coach , ,,ss , Mr. Harold A. Eaton Manager , , Robert Heath t The l935 basketball team under the direction of Coach Iames A. Maclntyre, "Mac" to everyone else, enjoyed another auspicious season. The team won thir- teen games and lost eight for an average of 619. After several weeks of inten- sive practice Coach Maclntyre arrived at a smooth-working combination that provided us with numerous thrills and plenty of good sound basketball. The Maroon and White won hard earned victories over West New York, Orange, Paterson East Side, Plainfield, Princeton, and South Side. Morristown was defeated twice by their arch rivals, New Brunswick and Asbury Park, and they split two games with Bloomfield. After Morristown's second defeat at the hands of New Brunswick, it looked as if we wouldn't get an invitation to the state tourney. Many faithful followers did not think we de- served an invitation until the Maroon and White quintet proved itself worthy of the honor by giving Memorial its worst defeat of the season. The story from there on is worth telling, because the team had regained confidence and was in winning form. After defeating West New York, we were pitted against Passaic in the first play-offs for the State Championships. Here's what happened-we came, we saw, we were conquered. To the members of the basketball team and to the coaches we express our gratitude for placing Morristown among the leading teams of the state. BASEBALL With the opening of the l936 baseball season, Morristown looked forward to one of its best years in history, due to the fact that almost every position on the team was to be filled by veterans of at least one year's experience. i While the record thus far does not seem to justify such high hopes, keen baseball men are pointing to the fact that two of the games could have been won but for bad luck in the final inning, that Morristown's great potential strength and spirit can not be long held down, in short, that the horsehide slingers of M. H. S, are going to get started soon, probably with the next game. Whether this is true or not will soon be evident. There is no doubt in our minds that this faith, and more, is fully justified. SCHEDULE 6 , , Plainfield , . 6 5 , . Barringer . . 8 l , .. . Butler . .l5 3 . . Bloomfield . 7 New Brunswick Hillside Madison South Orange Boonton Garfield Orange Union Hill TENNIS TEAM Again this year the tennis team, which now seems to be a permanent seasonal activity although it is not financially sup- ported by the school, made its appearance at Morristown High School. Armand Feldman, a member of last year's team, With George Kerr and William Kampfe, also last year's members, plus the addition of many candidates, comprised the team this spring. Matches were played With' Plainfield, Columbia, Westfield, Boonton, Madison, Chatham, and Morristown Prep. Iudging from the Wealth of material and the pre-season form of the squad, a successful season was to be expected. As this publication goes to press the team has Won its first match with Boonton, 4-1. ,, ff- A ' A'h4 ' af , f ',,.'. W , K GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB President , Victoria Molnar Vice-President ,,,, Alice Barrett Secretary M , losephine Verilli Treasurer M Margery Phillips Adviser Miss Virginia R. Manton The Girls' Athletic Club, which is one ol the most active organizations in school, was begun six years ago by an enterprising group ot young Women. lts membership has since increased steadily until at present there are about sixty members in the organization. These girls participated in a variety of activities, each under one girl who is "Head of Sport". ln the tall, the members play tield hockey and tennis, ride horseback, hike, and engage in all other seasonable sports. ln the Winter, bas- ketball is played, and tumbling becomes a major activity. The spring sports center around baseball, track, volleyball and tennis. A girls' singles and dou- bles tournament is held each year to determine the school champions. Membership in G.A.C. is open to any girl in the upper four classes who Wishes to participate in the varied program offered. The purpose of the club is to arouse the girls' interest in Wholesome sports and to encourage participa- tion in them. lt is self-evident that the club has succeeded in this endeavor. .,....l l CHEERLEADERS Each year the student body depends on its most peppy and spirited members to lead cheers at the various basketball and football games. These students are selected by a -committee of the faculty, and are then under the capable training of Mr. Lawrence Ienkins, coach. The squad includes seniors, juniors, and sophomores. Varsity letters are awarded to seniors, juniors are given letters, and sophomores receive numerals. This year's squad was the best the school has known for some time. Not only did its members show vivacity but also a strong ability for leadership. An organized cheering section was formed in which were only members of the school who showed their willingness to cooperate. Then, the l935-36 team went ahead another step. ln days gone by the cheering squad has had a rather miserable type of uniform. This year the individuals of the team furnished their own good looking outfits. With the close of this year the cheering squad loses many of its best leaders. However, there are a goodly number of undergraduates who will, no doubt, carry on the fine work started by their predecessors. J. 5' N., wg. - XP, ',f, ,.A, Si .2 R, 1. .. 1- -'J 1' 7 ' F' -,,. Aw -f. '- ew L' -' :- -.Q 4- q.. A 3 ' TF! 'xc . X XJ S. 'H ,J .4 -Zi 1 , .. 1. E J 91: ai ,. 4' , - Q' .- L, V, 44 Hr. - ,A L .1 'f 1 ' f gf is. . ,W .v. u., . if 2 K 57 as 4- : W 41' Ei 1 ie I.. 49? a. ., Zl- 2: ., E2 .. Ek k.- E. I .ih . 4 - -1 3: A'


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