Morristown High School - Cobbonian Yearbook (Morristown, NJ)

 - Class of 1937

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Flynn, who has helped us lay the foundation for our work in school and for years to come. His unswerving allegiance to the class will always endure, n memory never io he forgotten. We salute him not only for his loyally and sincerity, but as rz true frienzl in time of trouble or need, whose counsel was helpful to each and every one. I N5 CUBBONKAN BOARD ErIito1'-in-Claief jane Gianviiie Business Mmmger Helen Giennon Editorial ......... Advisers Circuiation ..,.,... Photography Art ................. Ed i Art E41 itor Donald Phiihower Mr. Marcus S. Smith Miss Marion Trimmer Mr. S. W. Giiiingham Miss Ciara Bryant forial Staff B-usiness Staf' Bernard Lieberman Wiiiiana Downs Aiice Barrett Sybii Moosbrugger George King George Wright Robert Reed Mary Geary Nataiie Sherman Eveiyn Krauss Ruth Wiiiiamson jack Wiiiiams john Wiiiiams , Art Staff Mark Miner Hiidegarde Richter Stag Pbotogwlpbm' janet Hutchinsoxx Wiiiiam Downs Frances Pisch ADMINISTRATION AND CLASSICS BOARD fGlF lEDlUCA'I'IfUlN James H. Bruen -- President Kenneth W. Thompson - Vice-President Mrs. Helen F. Hull Mrs. Frederick R. Kellogg Mr. Frederick W. Smart ADMINISTRATION J. Burton Wiley .,... Olive M. Goble Aida Iorio ,........ Ralph F. Perry Maurice C. Wilson .... Mrs. Esther H. Wilt ...., Mrs. Annie A. Pierson ...., Miss Helen Savadge ,....,. Mrs. Mabel Fairchild ..... MEDICAL STAFF R. Ralston Reed - J. R. K. Moodey - Florence Savage - - - Doctor - - - Dentist - - Nurse ATTENDANCE OFFICER Daniel E. Marinaro ENGLISH Marcus S. Smith, Hvml Percy B. Cowan Mrs. Martha G. Hopler Georgia B. Foltz Mabel G. Adair Gladys Miller Daniel Sinclair Bernice E. Guterl Helen Reilly Annabel Morton FRENCH Margaret Eekman Rhoda A. Lippincott LATIN Alda E. Liddle T. M. Cow an SPANISH Eleanor McClelland Annice K. Johnson HISTORY Elsie Campbell, Hvarl Victor H. Boell Margaret Gogerty Robert La Vanture Madeleine Stegmaier MATHEMATICS Abbie E. Johnson, Ilmnl Alice S. Haas Richard K. Prentice Josephine Barrera Mrs. Marion B. Puffer Superintendent of Schools Secretary Secretary Principal . ..,........ Vice Principal Secretary to Principal Secretary Secretary Secretary to Vice Principal SCIENCE Paul S. Fogel Chester A. Osborn Samuel W1 Gillingham William K. Flynn Oliver Robinson Margaret C. Murphy PHYSICAL EDUCATION James A. MacIntyrc, Head Howard A. Lillie Virginia Manton Mrs. Helen C. Whitehead DRAWING Clara W. Bryant COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Harold T. Hamlen, Hem! Jessie Ayres M. Alma. Worden William Zimmerman Carmen Bourgoin Lawrence Jenkins Ditlow M. Scbroll I. Sidney Rosenberg Anthony Jannone Michael La Bove Lnis Suydam Marion Trimmer LIBRARIAN Anna C. Roberts INDUSTRIAL ARTS Harold Eaton, Head Edward C. Tuttle Clyde P. Allen John Poliacik, Jr. Edward C. Wicks HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Louise B. Hickey Agnes Butera Marguerite Marrazzo MUSIC Robert M. Howard Charles F. Meys i President - Vire President Serrelary - Treasurer Adviser - WALTER DUFF NORMAN HORNER - JOSEPH DEMPSEY - v1c'roa1NE wiss MR. NWILLIAM FLYNN i SENIIORS On a sunny September day four years ago, there came into being the embryo of what was to be the Mor- ristown High School Class of nineteen thirty-seven. Faced by the perennial freshman problem of adjusting our- selves to the new surroundings, we plunged into all ac- tivities with characteristic freshman optimism, resulting from our recent conquest of our elementary school studies. After three months' vacation we returned to work again, not in the role of lowly freshmen, but as mighty sophomores-conquerors who had torn down the barriers of distinction and taken our place with the upper classmen of Morristown High School. Immediately after the elec- tion of officers we began to heap indignities upon our unfortunate successors, enjoying our newly acquired authority with immense satisfaction. At this stage of our career many of the more proficient members of our class excelled in athletics, which was the usual diversion from studies and was only surpassed by another form of mental relaxation, commonly known as cutting classes. September found us back at work again glorying in the title of junior, and suffering from an attack of in- flated cranium at the thought of reaching our destination, the senior class. We selected our class officers and rings, of which we were very proud. We advanced a step further in wisdom by selecting Mr. Flynn as class adviser. At last we arrived at the most glorious time in a junior's calendar, the long anticipated and planned-for Junior Prom. This will always be most precious in our memory, as in future years we will recall the gayly decorated gymnasium, taxed to capacity with hundreds of our festive friends. The coveted goal was now within our grasp, we had come to the year of years- senior! It seemed only yesterday that we had entered the hall of knowledge as fresh- men. I-Iigh school days will soon be a pleasant memory, a dream in which some of us will take pleasure during moments of leisure in the workaday world, and others will cherish during their collegiate careers. We placed representatives on the varsity athletic teams who covered themselves and the school with much deserved glory. The dramatic talents of our class came to the fore in the presentation of our senior play, "Dulcy," which proved to be a financial and social success. Under the guidance of our members, activities such as the Broadcaster and the Student Council reached new standards of service to the school. The basketball team closed its season in a blaze of glory, with senior veterans as the backbone of Morris- town's best team in years. How that final year slipped by! Beautiful spring weather during which nature displayed the beauty of our surroundings and caused us to regret the swiftly approach- ing end of those happy days. Finally Commencement Day-unbelievably present! CGHF 93 We have at last achieved the culmina- tion of our ambitions, for which we ex- tend our sincere appreciation to those mothers and fathers who have made pos- sible this education for which we are so deeply grateful. We also extend our deep gratitude to our beloved faculty who have labored so tirelessly to convey to us that valued knowledge which will prove so beneficial in future life. We are leaving Morristown High School with a love for her which has become an actual part of us during each of the four years spent within her portals. And, though our history may be lost in the annals of time, we sincerely hope that the future In Mgr rim: trim -gg: classes will have as much success in and H ---fa -. 0 love for Morristown High School as we, the - " -. . Class of 1937. ,fu - . . i u ,, 5, ' WT i as i Roberta Amermam "Bari" "Bert's,' grand sense of humor has helped us to get through many a dreary day, and we just couldn't imagine M. H. S. Without her. To get married is her secret ambition, and if men nowadays have any discrimination, the ambition should be soon realized. Commercial Club 3g Student Finance Board 4. Norma Alma Anmasoiu Norma's main interest apparently is music, and she intends to continue studying it next year. Her accomplishments, other than music, are too numerous to mention. A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Glue Club 3, 45 Madrigal Choir 4. Mildred Anidlersoim Mildred has gone quietly about her work throughout her school course. Science holds a great fascination for her, and she would like to become a bactericlogist. Chemistry 3, 45 Camera Club 4. Anna Aaationaiicciiio Always smiling and cheerful, Anna has spread a great deal of cheer throughout the school. Wlien she left last December, we regretted itg but we are happy to include her picture, as a reminder of a congenial classmate. Commercial Club 3, 43 Student Finance Board 4. Phyllis Alaeir uBiI,u Presenting our senior chatterbox, "Bip," who is quite capable of talking. She is undecided about l1er plans for the future, but we are sure that she will be successful in her undertakings, Commercial Club 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3g Keepers of the Gates 45 Student Finance Board 4. liieaarietla Alnsalon "Ken" "Ken" came to us frcm Vail School. His favorite pastime seems to be sleeping, but his intlmatcs claim that this is a mistake. After all, he's number one buy in '37's list. Helen Allen Helen has a twinkle in her eye, and a dry wit that makes her presence in class one chuckle after another. She has that rather rare quality, a mind of her own and an ability to express it. Spiritual Choir 4. lReg1i1m.a1 Allman "Gena" As one of the travelers from Mt. Tabor, Regina brought her humor daily. Mere words cannot express the liveliness she contributed to our class. ' Student Finance Board 4. gg l Doris Applegate A quiet, sincere girl is Doris, and well liked by her many friends. If it is true that you get out of life what you put into it, she is sure to succeed. A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Glee Club 3, Madrigal Choir 4. Mary Balbimgtori Here is a capable commercial student who will enliven the office of some lucky businessman in need of a competent secretary. Her blond amiability has made her innumerable friends among her classmates. Milidred Baielker Mildred has commuted daily from the suburban outpost of Ralston, and has taken about every course the business educa- tion department has to oEer. Her conscientious spirit and steady disposition were outstanding. Virginia Baird "Iirmy" Did you hear some one giggle? Yes, it's none other than our little bundle of joy-jinny! It wouldn't seem possible if we saw her absolutely quiet. She most certainly will go far if she continues to display the same versatility out of school as she has shown in school. Greticlhiein Bainta "Grct"' We could say Z1 great deal about "Greta" Everyone knows her. Friendly, happy and cheerful, she has helped us through many dreary hours. If success is to be had, "Gret" is sure to ind it. Ccrnmercial Club 2, 3, 45 Studfnt Council 2, 3, 44 G. A. C. 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3. Alice Barrett ffAlJl just about half of the pep in the school can be found in "Al," romping to and fro and spreading good cheer. She has become popular with everybody, as her rippling laughter makes one forget all his troubles. G. A. C. 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Cobbonian Board 45 Student Council, Correspznding Secretary 45 Student Finance Board 4g Debating Club 33 Swimming 4, Commercial Club 2, 3g Secretary 4, Hockey 3, 49 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2. Edward Barry f!Erill "Give us a tune on your tootcr"g and "Eddic', roots. Wlien he isn't practicing on his trumpet, he's swinging people around on the dance floor, with melodious strains. Some day he'll probably be working on the radio. Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3. 45 Service Cu'v 4 lliiolbert Bartron ffBDbD "Bob's" a busy man. We would have 2 wonderful class if we were all as hardworking as he. Glancing at his activities we wonder if newspaper work would not be the thing for him. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Traurer 43 Servizf Club 4: Broadcaster 2, 3, Ass't. Edigor 4g P es. Club 3g Hi-Y 23 Sec. 35 Pres. 4. Barbara Frances Bash "Frrz1zky" "Frunky's" jovial disposition, friendliness, and energetic ways have made her more than welcome in the many organizations to which she has added her inspiration. She's going to college in preparation for becoming a naturalist. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Broadcaster 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Swimming 2, 45 Madrigal Singers 45 French Club 2, 35 Pro-Peace Club 4. Jliollan Beilllvuslln "Pf1rtl', Wfalking through the Gym locker room, you are likely to see "Pard." Although his disposition is a quiet one, his friends life lTl21l'ly. Student Finance Board 4. Melvin Bennett Melvin is one of our "rugged individuals." His matter-of-fact manner in all situations has kept us constantly amused. Yale is his big ambition. Chess Club 35 Basktb 11 Squad 4. Jauctqptielliinie Norma Ben-llnw "Ifzrrkic" This dark-haired package of pep has only been with us a year, but has contributed much in that short time. Her secret ambition is rather odd-she wants to own an Antique Shop. Marion Biellaslki Marion is a quiet girl, but l10t too quiet. She will be re- membered for her good nature and friendliness. Her ambition is to go to Hawaii. We wish her lots of success. Thomas Biielbigheiser "Tom," Besides being a cartoonist, Tom is also an intelligible and interesting person in a debate. Much of his spare time is spent drawing funny pictures, which accounts for his interest in printing. l Dramatic Club 45 Deblting 3, 45 Filmstcrs 45 Pro Peace Club 4. Frank Bit-ondo "Bam" The spotlight centers on our three letter athlete. Excel'ir1g in all major sports, "Bam" has gained recognition for his spectacular play on the diamond, court, and gridiron. His amiable manner has gained him many friends. Basketball 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Baseball 2, 3. Minnie Bllnnclhanrel "Minnie" is one of our quiet and well-liked senior girls. Whenever struggling pupils have "home-work trouble," they go to her, and she helps them. Those few people who don't know her have missed a real pleasure. Dramatic Club 2. l-llariolel Burlse "Burkie" "Burkie" is one of those who arc mostly responsible for maintaining the humor in the class. He is admired chiefly for his ability to create extemporaneous "comedy,' which is successful every time. His actions, though clownish, are al- ways effective. Football Squad 33 Student Finance Board 4. Margaret Lois Burnett rfppgn Our associations with "Peg" will always be remembered as the happiest possible. Her cheerfulness and grand personality will be long remembered. Clilifiord Burton - frcligli v "CliE's" ambition is to become a great clarinet or saxophone player. If he continues to play as he has in M. H. S., he will easily reach the height of his ambition. Band 2, 3, 4. Theresa Callahan "Tess" "Tess" says she'd like to lead a band. If she needs pep, vim, and vigor with which to do it, her success is assured. G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 Hockey 25 Basketball 2, 3. George Boutillette, Jar. George, the printer-a senior who claims that he could be found in the print shop almost any time. As a livelihood he is undecided between surgical work and engineering, but we are betting on a successful outcome. Robert Brown crBobn "Bob" should be very successful in the business world, as he has all the qualifications of a good business man. He enjoys reading and dancing in his spare moments which, we believe, are few. David Baan-.acelt David is another of those genial individuals for whom our class is noted. In his spare time, he claims, he either reads or sleeps. Anyone who is always working needs sleep, so David has the right idea. Franklin Burk Franltlin's interests in school center around the commercial department and sportsg but in his off hours he's addicted to dogs and guns. Good hunters are usually good fellows, and hc's no exception to the rule. Baseball Squad 25 Basketball Squad 2. Allen Ceirotlsin One of our foremost actors, Allen should, without much difliculty, have a successful career on the stage. He really does know how to act, and we hope to see him on Broadway very soon. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Gliding Club 2g Shop For:man 2, 3, 4. Eilmrunml Clneireposlsi "Cbirp" Congcnial "Cl1irp" has made quite a reputation for himself as a "Hill Billy." Many classes were brightened by his humorous antics. We hope that he may be able to win over an employer as easily as he has his classmates. lloceo Cllirese An intelligent and ambitious fellow is Rocco. Although happy-go--lucky and an all-round good fellow, he is a very capable member of the Utopian Club. Chemistry Club 35 Broadcaster 43 Utopian Club 4, Deborah Coluen rrDcb:: "Deb" hails from the great metropolis of Morris Plains. Her quiet and friendly personality has made her popular and well liked. Wliatever she does after leaving school, she will cer- tainly be successful. A Cappella Choir 4. Donald Campbell "Little Soup" "Don" will always be remembered as a likeable fellow, and especially for his excellent sense of humor. He has found friends wherever he went, and if that faculty stays by him, life should continue to be pleasant for him. Eleanor Carlson Eleanor is "batty" about tennis, her secret ambition being to go into it professionally. However, when she leaves M. H. S. she's going to business school, where we know she'll add to her list of friends. A Cappella Choir 3, 49 Tennis 3, 4, Chemistry Club 35 Basketball 2g G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Eleanor Cauriroll rrElv "El's" quiet personality will be a deciding point in her nursing career, in which she is sure to be successful. Her friendliness and helpfulness will always be available with a smile. A Cappella Choir 33 Glee Club 3. ilolun Castle erlackv "Jack" declares, "Don't do today what you can do to- morrowf' But we don't think that he practices this, after all, here he is with us hardworking people, and college is lined up for the fall. Dramatic Club 45 Camera Club 4, Broadcaster 3. Janet Catherine Coughlan rrc-Oggicn Dance? That's right. It's janct's favorite pastime, and she does it very well too. To be a beauticiau is her ambition, and we wish her a lot of success in that Held. G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 5g Basketball 2, 3, Utopian Club 3, 4. Jlacls Craig "lurk" Sartorial perfection and a brilliant sense of humor make him conspicuous among his fellows. Although not a bookworm, he has completed his course in a credible manner. And some of us will always remember those two baskets in the last quarter of the Emerson game. Basketball 4: Basketball Squad Z, 3, Football Squad 3. Robert Crane ffuyoggyi, Although prominent in the dramatic and music departments as well as a good scholar, "Woggy" is not of the quiet type. This intelligent chap should make a name for himself at Harvard. A Cappella Choir 4, Broadcaster 33 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Pres. 45 Madrigal Choir 49 Chemistry Club 3, 4, Debating Club 33 Senior Play 4. Mildred Crotlrers "NlfHic", Cheerful, lively and pleasant, that's "Millie.', She has brightened many dull classes with her congenial ways. We are certain that she will become a very efficient secretary, and hope that happiness and success will be hers. Commercial Club 4, Student Finance Board 4. Virginia Coleman "Ginger" "Ginger" really lives up to her nickname. She devotes a great deal of her time to dancing, in which she certainly excels. Her sparkling and peppy disposition makes her person- ality personified. G. A. C. 45 Utopian Club 3, 43 Dramat'c Club 35 Track 33 Hiking 3, 4. Norman Conover "Connie" E Always in a good mood, "Connie" usually has a broad smile. He is a good dancer, and has plenty of other attractive and useful qualities. Keeper of the Gates 49 Glider Club 1, 2. Marion Conway "Toon" Always happy and always smiling, that's Marlon. Wlicn- ever people needed cheering up they could go to her. Her friendliness and sociability were bright spots in 1937's history. Commercial Club 2, 3, 45 Student Finance Board 4. Susan Gladys Cornish "Sue" M. I-I. S. has Gillette, N. J., to thank for friendly "Sue." Her favorite pastime is knitting, at which she is very expert. She hopes to go to college, and we wish her the best of luck. Dramatic Club 43 High School Chorus 4. Rita Cunningham One of our tiniest seniors, Rita has gone quietly and cheer- fully about school, doing her work well, and lending a help- ful hand when needed. Her secret ambition is to be an astronomer. Service Club 3, 45 Press Club 4g Broadcaster 3, 4g French Club 3, 49 Camera Club 4. Lillian Currey reLillv Friendly "Lili" seems to live in her prize jitney. Her pet ambition is to be a good dietitian. If her food is as nice as her smile, she will go far in her chosen field. Dramatic Club 4, Hi-Y 45 Tennis 3, 45 Student Council 2g Broadcaster 2. Agnes Czap Agnes appears to like Egures, as she intends to be an ac- countant. If her competent work is continued she will be successful, but her classmates in '37 will miss her. Commercial Club 2, 35 Student Finance Board 45 Utopian Club 45 Camera Club 4. Edward Daily rrEd.u This leisurely fellow has a wild ambition. He wants to create a Fascist revolution. He's going to start in by being a sailor after leaving M. H. S. Band 43 Debating Club 4g Orchestra 4, Hi-Y 3. Walter Davis fewaltn Here is a young man from whom we very seldom hear. He isn't necessarily quiet, but he doesxft like to sound off like some of our loud speakers. With a good head on his shoulders, "Walt" is a boy to tie to. Francis Davifot "Fran" "Fran's" marks can testify to his intelligence, and that picture proves that he was one of our handsomest members. He was seldom seen without George King. Service Club 3, 45 Student Council 2. Barbara Dean "Bobbie", Barbara's hearty laugh will surely carry her to England and into a girls' orchestra, her secret ambition. Musically in- clined, she has played the piano for the orchestra, and knitted her way through classes. A Cappella Choir 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 43 French Club 4, Pro-Peace Club 4. Michael de Cesare "Mike" boy who made football history when he Here is the crashed head-on into the goal posts in that memorable Dover game two years ago. Mike wants to be a football coach, and if he keeps up the enthusiasm he has shown here he should have no trouble. Varsity Football 2, 35 Baseball Manager 2. Dorothy de Gromit This demure little blond always seems to have a bright "Hello" for everyone. She loves automobiles and dancing, and is going from M. H. S. to art school. Utopian Club 35 Library Assistant 4. J:-wells. Dellchamps Jack is one of those good-natured Mt. Lakers who go in for sports in a big way. I-Ic's going to college, and intends to add an M. D. to his name. Dramatic Club 4, Football Squad 3. Joseph lFiran.cis Dempsey rrlnzzu "jazz" should be a very learned lawyer. And if he decides not to join the bar, his athletic ability should carry him a long way, His line sense of humor makes him rank number l in the estimation of the class. Baseball 3, 4g Basketball 3, 45 Class Secretary 4. John E. Denesaivwiifcllii john is a good sport in anything. He wants to be re- membered for being a member of Session Room 315, and intends to be an engineer in later years. Thelma Laura De1P'ewe "Slti1111er" "Skipper" is a very active girl around school, and her cheerfulness is especially noticeable, To be a social worker is her secret desire, and she intends to go to college upon leaving school. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 45 G.A.C. 2, 3, 4. Raymond Dickinson vrRay:s This young man states that he is one of M. H. S.'s forgotten msn. We disagree. Ray has achieved recognition by his ability to work, and will long be remembered. Football 43 Student Council 3g Baseball Squad 4. Robert Frederick Dietz reB0bv "Bob" looks like a Greek god, is somewhat of a Casanova, and wants to be an actor. He's a sports' addict, and at- tributes his manly physique to chopping wood or drinking Coco-Malt, we don't know which. Dramatic Club 3, 45 Football 35 Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. E Stanley Dietz "Shi 11" "Stan" appears to be quiet and reserved, but to those who know him he is just one "grand fellow." He will always be remembered for his likeable personality. Joseph Dormer rejogv Lo and behold! We have it-a first class humorist bubbling over with personality. He is admired by both students and faculty, and there never can be a dull moment when "joe" is anywhere near. Football 45 Football Squad 35 Baseball Squad 2. William H. Downs, Jr. 'fame "Bill" is one of our most ardent sport fans. His attractive personality and executive ability have won him many friends, and it will be diiiicult to fill the vacancy left when he graduates. Service Club 45 Utopian Club 45 Student Finance Board 45 Cobbonian Board 44 Shop Foreman 2, 3. Margaret Drum reMarg:x "Marg" is going to college after graduation, where we know she'll apply her quick, helpful ways as generously as she has here. She has the pioneer spirit, and wants to "travel a lot." French Club 45 Pro-Peace Club 3, 4. Walter JI. Dull: rrwaltxi Our class president, known not only for his genial person- ality, but also for his untiring efforts to advance the interests of the student body. Regardless of the time, place, or day, you can always expect a big, broad smile from "Walt." A Cappella Choir 45 Football 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 43 Utopian Club 45 Class President 4. Anthony dli llorio Hplllljllbu "Punjab" started as a substitute, but he never would give up. He plugged and plugged, and in his last year made a name for himself on the county gridirons. Once he starts, nothing can lick him. Basketball Squad 2, 35 Football 45 Basketball Manager 45 Football Squad 2, 35 Baseball Manager 35 Utopian Club 4. Jlean Dolblbiins "Bunny" Here we have the typical sportswoman, as "Bunny" is noted for her love of athletics and her participation in them. Nursing is her ambition, and she is sure to be successful in it. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Chorus 25 Glee Club 4. Frances Dolan "Fran" Too much is too little to say about "Fran," She is every- one's friend, and practically everyone knows her. Witl1 her cheery ways and grand disposition, Fran is sure to succeed as a beautician. Service Club 3, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 Hi-Y 4g Chorus 2. Edward Dfollbear "Shadow" It isn't very hard to locate "Shadow." just look around the gym, especially when a basketball game is in progress. And sometimes you will End him participating in them. Basketball Squad 3. Donal-mil Emilie "Don" Here's a math shark-thc mysteries of solid and calculus were no secrets to him. That puzzled look he sometimes af- fected was just a fake. Engineering's his goal, and he's got what it takes. Boy Scouts 3, 4. llifclaard Eggleston ffEgg,, This young academic student has his eye on M. I. T. for continuing his studies in the fall. "Egg's" interests are evenly divided among seasonal sports, and his fondest desire is to hold a pilot's license. Marjtorie Elmrlitcla "Marge" "Marge" is tops when it comes to friendliness and cheerful- ncss. She will long be remembered by her classmates, and lucky will be the college she attends. Chorus 2, 3. Emma Eiiicls Among '37's numerous madcaps, Emma is remarkable for her serenity and poise. But underneath there luzks a keen sense of humor and a quiet dependability that endeared her to her classmates. l Helen Eiielt This merry redhead is a bundle of energy-witness her activity in the various branches of girls' sports. Always cheer- ful, Helen never allows life's ups and downs to discourage her. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4. Constance A. Ellett "Co11nic" "Connie" has optimistically smiled herself through school, making many friends on the way. Her short stature should not hinder her in achieving her ambition-to be a great scientist. Chemistry Club 3. Clyde Ely Clyde's ambition is to be an aeronautical engineer. This is hard to understand, as the Dramatic Club kept him so busy backstage that we thought he was bound for Broadway or Hollywood. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g Camera Club 45 Boy Scouts 2, 3, 4. Winifred Ensmiimgeir "lVinnie" "XVinnie's" good jokes and knack of dressing have done much to promote her popularity. With her friendly and in- teresting personality, she is one of the typical M. H. S. students-or so We would like to think. Dramatic Club 2, 55 Swimming 45 Hi-Y 3, 44 Camera Club 4. Sallie Epps Sallie has a placid maturity that makes the capers of some of her classmates appear childish. Her Calm outlook on life is an asset that will be just as valuable after graduation as it has been in M. H. S. llallpla William Esxtevez frBillJ! This suave, cultured gentleman has distinguished himself by a resemblance to the typical Spanish Senor. "Bill" hopes to have a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, and if he continues to keep up his good work he will surely get it. Football 45 Football Squad 2, 3. Lloyd Estleir Lloyd is Mr. Eaton's mainstay-he can make any machine in the shop sit up and behave. Mechanics is his main interest, and he likes to skate. He says little, but he gets things done. Shop Foreman 3, 4. William Estler "Bill" Here's a real fanatic-and radio is the reason. "Popeye" knows his tubes and oscillators, and if enthusiasm means any- thing, the world will get a good radio engineer when M. H. S. loses one. M,ariion Falzarano This dark-eyed young lady has personality-unobtrusive, but very attractive just the same. She is a gift to M. H. S. from the outlying district of Stirling, and represents a strong argu- ment for more non-resident pupils in our student body-if they're all like Marion. W.altier Faniolt ffvmw "Walt', never seems to have much to say. He hails from Wliippany, and maybe this accounts for his quietness. He likes to play basketball, and he can play well. Basketball Squad 2, 3. Constance Farino "Connie" A basket! It's "Connie,' again, displaying her remarkable athletic ability. Having become very popular by participating in many of the girls' activities about school, she has won a host of friends. Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4. Doris May Fauver MDl'Ffil'n She came, she saw, she conquered. From East Orange to Morristown came Doris with her cheery smile and friendly ways. XVe are more than glad to have had her in our class. A Cappella Choir 4. Mark Fllemiing "Du ke" Mark is Chester's gift to M. H. S. "Duke" says his spare time is taken up by dancing and parties. This cheerful lad's ambition is to enter the unusual vocation of mortuary research. Vivian Mary Flintron rrvin Always hurrying and scurrying around, "Vi" made her stay in M. H. S. a very active one. Because of her excellent effi- ciency she is sure to succeed in secretarial work. Student Finance Board 4. Minuaie lFllfoyel Minnie has been an outstanding student-keen, quick, and conscientious. She is just as popular with her classmates as she is with the faculty, and that's saying everything. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 45 Hiking Club 3, 4. Edith IForidl Edith is a tall lass with a marvelous sense of humor. She plays golf and wants to raise racing horses, but is going into nursing when she graduates. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Pro-Peace Club 45 Chemistry Club 35 Dramatic Club 2. Eva Feld As you can see by her list of activities, Eva has been cf- ficient and busy in high school. She has nevertheless found time to gain the friendship and admiration of all who have known her. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 Broadcaster 25 Managing Editor 35 Editor-in-chief 45 Student Council 2, 35 French Club 2, President 3, 45 Chorus 25 Madrigal Singers 45 Pro-Peace Club 3. Helen Ferguson Helen has been one of our most industrious members. What with music, commercial subjects, and domestic arts, her time has been fully occupied, and profitably too. She expects to do social service work after graduation. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 4. Leonard Fiforoni nLl'1lHft'D Calm, serene, unruffled by the ups and downs of existence, Leonard's philosophy rises above life's petty annoyances. He has read widely in all branches of science-because he likes it. Franc es Louise Fisch "B111lrI-yi" Frances, a dainty, artistic miss, has ambitions to become a window designer. May she continue in college the good work she has done here, both in clubs and studies. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 French Club 3, Secretary 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Broad- caster 35 Pro-Peace Club 4g Hiking 45 Madrigal Singers 4. E W Miriam IE. Garahranr rrMiI1gxn When it comes to finding a fun-loving and friendly young lady, "Ming" fits the description perfectly. Needless to say, her presence will be missed by the entire school. G. A. C. 2. James Geary "Gooch" "Gooch" is an expert camper. Rough, ready, and willing. he is a hard worker, never complaining. Shop work took most of his school time, and lucky will be the employer who engages him. Mary Elizabeth Geary rrMaeir "Mae's,' sweet smile probably has caused your heart to flutter. If she fulfills her ambition to be a medical assistant to a handsome young doctor, all we can say is, "Look out, Doc!" Commercial Club 2, 3g Cobbonian Board 45 Library Assistant 4. Richard Gindes 'rGil1ZiP,, "Ginzie" is probably the smallest, noisiest terror-to-teachers in the class of '37. But underneath, he is an intelligent, in- dustrious chap. His Broadcaster work should aid him greatly in his ambition to be a sports commentator. Baseball Manager, 3, 45 Football Manager 3: French Club 2, 3, 45 Broadcaster 2, 3, 43 Basketball Squad 4. Marie Formauto "Mimi" "Mimi" is very quiet and reserved, seldom giving one an opportunity to become intimately acquainted with her. How- ever, don't be fooled by this, she may be tl1e life of the party. Who knows? Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. Donald Freeman "Dun" Before attending Morristown High School, Don went to school in Mendham. He intends to go to work after leaving, and all wish him lots of luck. Basketball Squad 2, 3. Myron Friedman A born musician if there ever was one, Myron has dis- tinguished himself as one of the best violinists in our music department. His winning smile ought to aid him in what- ever field he enters. Orchestra 3, 45 County Orchestra 3, 45 Broadcaster 3, 4g Biology Club 4g French Club 45 Chemistry Club 3, 4. Dorothy Jane 1Fritts "Trixir" "Trixie" has taken part in almost all the extra-curricular work, In everything she has ever undertaken, she has always managed to come out on top, and she is sure to make a splendid private secretary. Dramatic Club 3, 4g Student Finance Board 45 Service Club 4, Utopian Club Pres. 45 Commercial Club 4, Student Council 4g Debating Club Sec. 43 Library Assistant 4g Broadcaster 4. Jane Ellen Gllanviiillie Ample space isn't available in which to describe Jane. Her dynamic dancing must not go unheralded. Besides being an ardent sports fan, her delightful personality makes one feel that she will go far in her chosen career. Dramatic Club 43 Hi-Y 4g Service Club 4g Basketball 43 Commercial Club 23 G. A. C. 2, 3, 4g Tennis 3, 43 Library Assistant 43 French Club 43 Cobbonian Editor- in-Chief 4. Helen Marie Gllennfon Personality, plus good-looks, makes Helen one of our most popular girls. Her secret ambition is to be a member of the Olympic swimming team. Judging from her activity in school, we are certain that her every wish will be fulfilled. Dramatic Club 33 Service Club 4g Commercial Club 33 G. A. C. 3, 43 Cobbonian Business Manager 43 Hik- ing 3, 43 Student Council Treasurer 43 Track 3, Student Finance Board 4. Pllmiiliiip Gmiliato fflrlv Here is one of our fellow students who has been saving most of his energy for outside. Phil's amiability should help him a great deal towards success after the diplomas are handed out. Gertrmile Goin Gertrude refuses to disclose her secret ambition. Wfe are convinced that anyone with such ri delightful personality must hope for something exciting to happen in the course of her life. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g Library Assistant 4. Joseph Gi-oglliio .-rlovn "Aloe" is one of our outstanding track men. His secret ambi- tion is to make the 1940 Olympic track team and his class- mates and friends are hoping his aspiration will be realized. Basketball Squad 33 Football Squad 23 Shop Foreman 3, 4. lliimnsom Gllamdlwiiim "Burl" "Bud's" hobbies of photography and beekeeping are time- taking, but are pleasant just the same. We are quite sure that this most agreeable and ever smiling chap has never been stung, by a bee or otherwise. Dramatic Club 4g Camera Club 4. Elleanfor Gilanacy NE-In "El's" ambition to be a medical assistant won't be hard to achieve, as she is ambitious, competent, and a good friend. The latter is "El's' greatest asset, as she has a host of pals wherever she goes. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g Cobbonian Board 4. Doiriis Louise Gllainviilllle "DiL'fefc"' "Dickie's" charming personality cannot go unnoticed. Al- ways the same, her jovial smile has made her a very likable student. Her quiet, unassuming, and generous moods will al- ways be remembered. Success for her is inevitable. Dramatic Club 43 Hi-Y 43 Service Club 4g Basketball 4g Commercial Club 23 G. A. C. 2, 3, 4g Tennis 3, 4. Matthew Graham rrMats: "Mat" always has a wisecrack for you. He spends his spare moments riding horses, and can usually be found on the third floor-not on a horse, however. He saves those for after school. John Joseph Grassi "Iob11v1y" "Johnny" is interested in Bnance. His pet ambition is to become a musician. Wluetluer a musician or financier, you can be sure that he will climb high in either field. Thomas Gregory "Tom" Tom is an ideal athlete. Above all, his achievements on the gridiron will long be talked about. Considered one of the best backs in the county, he most assuredly will "go places" in later years. Football 4g Football Squad 3. Vincent Edward Groppi "jimmy" "Jimmy" is interested in Hnance, but also in a young lady who plays an accordion quite well. He can be found on the senior stairs whenever needed. Student Finance Board 4. i Walter Gunther "Walt" Walter is a smiling, good-natured fellow, who says he spends his odd moments sleeping. Nevertheless, he's going to military school, and has a secret ambition to travel. George Everett Hall r'CIH'lj'v "Curly" is usually seen in the middle of a bunch of merry fellows. He is seldom quiet, but never boring. Much of his free time is used in making items of leather goods, in which pursuit he is very skilful. Dramatic Club 4g Camera Club 4. Frieda Hanft PFFTB!! Frieda intends to do some traveling after she graduates. We're glad that she didn't leave us to do it before. Her friendly spirit should be a help in her ambition to work as a typist. Loy Harman "Dusty" The school will certainly miss "Dusty" when baseball season arrives. His cheerful disposition is just what it takes to be a good sport, and a good sportsmen. Baseball Squad 2g Baseball 3, 43 Utopian Club 4. iEl1iz.a1laietli1 Harris "B4rHy" "Betty" has very definite ideas as to her future. Her ambi- tion is to sing opera, and to be a good photographer. So- she spends her sparc moments studying music, and taking pictures, and intends to continue. Dramatic Club 49 Hiking Club 4g Riding Club 4g Library Assistant 2. William II-lliarris rfljilln "Bill" has two rather wild secret ambitions. He wants to go to Africa, and to walk across the San Francisco bridge. Right now radios, camping and sports occupy his time. Rutgers will get him next. Broadcaster 3, 45 Buy Scouts 2, 3, 4, Rifle Club 3, 45 Glider Club 3, -L George Hastings George frankly tells us that he likes to loaf. Don't let this carry too much weight in estimating him, as he has many other qualities more valuable than a love of sleep. Camera Club 4. Robert Heath rrljobv "Bob" is very active in sports and activities about the school. His keen mind and energy should carry him a long way in his engineering course at Cornell. Service Club 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, 45 Basketball Squad 25 Baseball Squad 2, Broadcaster 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Boy Scouts 2, 3, 4g Class President 3. Richard Heiimrotlu rPDick12 Millburn High School sent us this curly-headed lad two years ago, and welve never been sorry. He usually was in evidence at tea dances, did some track work, some acting- in other words, versatile without being loud about it. Dramatic Club 25 Track 2, 4. Merrill Heimmriion Merrill's quiet good humor, combined with an unusual mechanical skill, has made him popular in corridor, classroom and shop. There is some Holland Dutch in this boy, by way of Morris Plains-it must be a good combination. Gertrude Hem-y "Gert" "Gert" is noted for enjoying herself, and is very anxious to get out of school-so she says. Upon leaving she will try to secure a position, and We hope she gets one worthy of her abilities. George A. Hen-utlelt "Hide" George hails from the quaint village of Cedar Knolls. He hopes to realize his secret ambition of becoming very rich and prosperous in the near future by devoting much of his time to salesmanship. Jack Hijpson Handsome as they come, jack is more or less a ladies' man. We hope that the mustache he has been cultivating will very shortly come out in full bloom. Tennis 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, 3. Carlton Holllbig Prcarlzr At every sporting event you will undoubtedly see "Carl," as he is a great enthusiast for athletics. His friendly and good- natured spirit will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Football Squad 2, 33 Band 4g Baseball 3, 43 Basketball Manager 3, 43 Baseball Squad 23 Basketball Squad 2, 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 Football 4. Esther Dorothea Hollcndcr ri-Dots, A keen intelligence, an attractive personality and worlds of poise-that's a winning combination. Dorothea did outstanding scholastic work, and combined with it a multitude of other useful activities. Student Council 3, 43 A Cappella Choir 3, 4. Joe Hfollllmeyer Joe has led a happy, carefree life at M. H. S. His sly, droll humor has kept us looking at the funny side of life. That same spirit, combined with a brain of no mean caliber, should carry him through Duke University. Service Club 3, 43 Tennis Manager 4. Evelyn E. lHIilblba11rdl What would we have done without Evclyn's boundless energy and many talents? Her encouraging grin has been invaluable. Evelyn's ambition is to be an engineer, but shc's going to college to study archaeology. Orchestra 2, 3, 43 G. A. C. 43 County Orchestra 33 Broadcaster 43 Dramatic Club 23 Hiking 43 Service Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 4g Chemistry Club 43 Student Council 43 Pro-Peace Club 4. Robert A. Ilrilickerson ffB0bJD "Bob" is one of our most active boys, especially in clubs and school organizations. He has always wanted to manage a successful dance in M. H. S. The Student Council was an effective group under his leadership. Filmsters 43 Service Club 43 Student Council 3, Presi- dent 43 Broadcaster 33 Hi-Y 2, President 3, 4. Bernice Higgins "Bing" "Bing" believes in "just getting through." She is such a little bundle of dynamite and pep that everyone acclaims her as a good sport. To become an author is the height of het ambitions, and she intends to study journalism upon leaving M. H. S. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Press Club 4g Debating 33 Archery 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. Allda Elizabeth Hiijpjplle "Belle" "Bette" wants to be a dental assistant when she finishes school. With such a pleasing personality, she's just the girl for a job like that-it would be a pleasure to go to the dentist! Dramatic Club 2, 3g Commercial Club 2, 33 Basketball 23 Utopian Club 4. Norman Horner "Nona" Versatility describes "Notes," Wlien he isn't playing in the band or orchestra he's involved in some major sport, studying, or making a downcast person happy. 'Ever cheerful, genial, and loyal, he leaves M. H. S. for a year at prep school. Band 2, 3g Football Squad 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Base- ball 3, 45 County Orchestra 35 Class Vice-President 4. Bertha Howell Bertha's secret ambition is to perform with one of Harlem's swing bands. In her spare moments she sings and dances. Some day we hope to sec her at the Cotton Club. Spiritual Choir 25 G. A. C. 3. Florence Howie Florence has more than a wee drappie of Scotch blood in her veins, and there's a corresponding twinkle in her eye that her classmates have learned to appreciate. Activities with camera and typewriter have taken some of her time. Press Club 45 Kodak Club 4. Miller Hull? Here is an ardent radio fan who spends most of his time experimenting on short wave. Miller's friends are many, and they hope that June 18, 1937, won't mean a parting of the ways. Catherine Henrietta Huimiplarey "Henry" Henrietta has taken mostly commercial subjects, but her real ambition is to be a nurse. Hospital work is exacting, but we know that Henrietta has the necessary qualifications. Margaret Huston ffprgn "Peg" is one of our quiet and pretty senior girls. She tops those admirable qualities by being a cheerful and willing worker. Janet Hutchinson This artistic miss is one of our most talented seniors. Her bubbling enthusiasm ought to be an asset in the world of art. She expects to go to N. Y. School of Design. A Cappella Choir 45 Dramatic Club 4g Glee Club 45 Camera Club 4. William lhrving "P1mcby" Here is a happy-go-lucky fellow, and a friend to all who know him. You can usually find him on the senior stairs, doing a dance for his comrades, and wearing a characteristically broad smile. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 45 Shop Foreman 2, 3, 45 Baseball Squad 3, 4. Carroll .llnllanson You saw her in "Dulcy," you've seen her in the A Cappella Choir-now we hope to see her on Broadway or in Holly- wood. We are most gratefully indebted to Carol for her splendid work in this year's senior play. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Senior Play 4g Broadcaster 33 French Club 3, Vice-President 4. lL0'Ll1lS-C Jones Behind her gentle ways, Louise hides the spirit of an ad- venturess. Down deep in her heart she wants to be a hostess on an airplane. For the last four years she has struggled suc- cessfully with Latin, and expects to go to college. Orchestra 3g Glee Club 43 French Club 4. Edwin Kanisclln Quiet and reserved in nature, interested in rifle shooting, movies, and books: this sums up Edwin. His one ambition is to travel throughout the United States. Burdelllla M. Kaufmann ffBabc,!J Have we ever seen "Babe" when she wasn't having a good time? Seldom! She is a fine friend and good sport. We will find it hard to forget her. Thornton lliays Thornton is one who tries to secure everything available out of life. He would like to be remembered for the fact that he was in the last Mountain Lakes' senior delegation. Gliding Club 2, 3. M.arshall Kearney Marshall kept things moving-with a keen mind behind those Irish eyes and inexhaustible energy. He was active in dramatics, much to the delight of the school. Possibly he'll settle down some day, but we hope not. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Football Squad 45 Pro-Peace 4. Carolyn Keaisteaml relccllyn "Kelly" has always been very ambitious, and seems to love work. She could usually be found around 102, where some- thing appeared to attract her. She is a good friend to all, and will surely be a success. A Cappella Choir 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Broad- caster 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4. Carmel Keefe "Carm" You can easily see that if "Carm" realizes her ambition of becoming a nurse, she will have all the doctors held spellbound. Her quiet manner and competence have endeared her to her associates in 1937. George King George, in his reserved likeable way, has made many friends. A "regular guy," he likes all sports, even walking, and has supported the football team through thick and thin. Cobbonian 4. Carl Kinselaeirlf Carl claims he likes to read. How can he find time after he finishes with sports? Everyone admires his cheerful and friendly personality, and we all wish him success and happi- ness in college. Football 45 Baseball 45 Football Squad 35 Baseball Squad 3. Edith Knamss "Edie" "Edie's" good looks and winning smile will be greatly missed when she leaves us to become a nurse. It would be a pleasure being sick if all nurses were like Edith. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Madrigal Choir 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Chorus 25 Glee Club 3, 4. Mmiriel JI. Knowlton rrMffIf,, "Merle" was remarkable for her love of laughter. This is how she spends her spare moments, she admits. Witll such a fine sense of humor, Muriel will always be a welcome addition to any group. A Cappella Choir 45 Dramatic Club 35 Hi-Y 4. William Keele "Bizr- The commercial department was this boy's main interest, with some athletics mixed in to balance the bookkeeping. What's more, "Bill" liked school-at least, he says he wouldn't mind coming back another year. Basketball Squad 25 Baseball Squad 2g Football Squad 2. Edward Kennedy rrEdir Everything that "Ed" does points to his ambition, to be a crooner. He will always be remembered for his singing ability and pleasant personality, and seems already to be headed for radio fame. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glce Club 3, 43 Service Club 3, 45 Madrigal Singers 45 Baseball Squad 35 Cheer Leader 35 I-Ii-Y 2, Vice-President 3. Helen Kenney "I risk" During the past few years "Irish'? has prepared for her future career, nursing. As the possessor of a great deal of cheerful- ness and quiet capability, she is well started on her way. Library Assistant 3. fCl1iiHE0a'd King rvclifu "Clif" wants to be remembered for being studious, and it's true that the technical course doesn't give much opportunity for idlcness. Like most budding engineers, Clifford revels in math. -.44 Dorothea laalto "Da rey" "Dorey" is one of our more literary students, whose ambition is to become an author. She spends a great deal of her time reading, and may often be found in the library. We all join in wishing "Dorey" the best of luck, and agreeable relations with her publishers. Dramatic Club 35 Broadcaster 45 Commercial Club 4, Student Finance Board 4. Robert Lamlpinen "Lum 11" Being the quiet, good naturecl type, "Bob" has won many friends in M.H.S. He plans to go to work after graduation, and we'll bet he makes good. Basketball Squad 35 Camera Club 45 Basketball Man- ager 4. Hilda lsanrtemriman "Hula" Quiet! Maybe you think so. But just be with her for a short while and she will have you holding your sides with laughter. "Hula" doesn't go around displaying her talents, but you can be sure that she has plenty of them. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. lirnaa H. lsonrterman All who arc acquainted with Irma know her as a true friend. Her musical ability is something for her to be proud of. Witla these two qualities she is certain to be successful. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 County Orchestra 35 Orches- tra 2, 3, 45 Broadcaster 3. Evelyn Clafarlotte lin-,auss Evelyn has thrown herself whole-heartedly into almost everything going on in school. Her list of activities will prove that. Trenton State Teachers' College will receive a bundle of energy and a good manager in this ambitious miss. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 J. C. A. 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Club 2, 3, 45 Track Sq Hiking Club 3, 45 Keeper of the Gates 45 Press Club 2 fadviserj, 3, 4 Qtreas. and captainjg Broad- caster 2 Qasst. bus. mgr.j, 3 Ccirculation mgr.j, 4 fbus. mgizjg Cobbonian Board 4. Frances Kularniclael "Fran" "Fran" wants to be a buyer in a department store, and with such good taste in clothes and such a grand personality she has just the proper equipment. We'll see her in a few years in her private oflice at Macy's. Claristine Kuzmntenslti "Cb:-is" Short and sweet! That's "Chris." No one has ever seen her gloomy or discouraged5 and what finer tribute can be paid to anyone than that? Charlotte tl. lsacey "I.0ll3"' "Lolly" has been with us for just a year, but within this short period has achieved much recognition and many friends. Her sociability, sweetness, and good looks have helped to promote her popularity. Art school will be her next step. Dramatic Club 45 Camera Club 4. lliieva lLevii1n.e Reva has absorbed practically everything in the business education curriculum, with a little music cn the side to keep a proper balance. Industrious and able, she is sure to succeed in life as she has in school. Commercial Club 3, 43 Chorus 3, 4. Bernard llsudlllfoiw Lieberman HBl'l'!lil"l Are you looking for a first-class entertainer? Here he is, none other than "Bernie," one of our best-liked seniors. Witli such personality and good humor, success for Bernie is inevitable. Utopian Club 4, Basketball Squad 2, 35 Cobbonian 43 Student Council 35 Track Mgr. 45 Broadcaster 3, 43 Football Squad 2, 3, Commercial Club 35 Football 4. Albiraiham Limleoiff rrAbt,n Here we have a future author, i'Abe's" ambition is to write acceptable fiction for magazines. We can readily say that "Abe" knows how to overcome obstacles with determination, for he did this in his school work. lF'1x-edl lLineTlalbuiry Although Fred is rather quiet, he is well-liked. A consuming hunger was one of Fred's outstanding traits, lunch period always came at 10:15 for him. William lliaimterman NBHIH "Bill" is of the famous, musical Lanterman family. Not only does hc play in the orchestra and band, but also sings in the A Cappella Choir. I-Ie will always be remembered for his musical ability. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Service Club 3, President 4g Band 2, 3, 4, Glec Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 49 Madrigal Singers 43 County Orchestra 3, Student Finance Board 4. Bllainiellae Lavein Blanche is rated as one of the best tennis players in the high school. Her friendly smile after she has won a game makes you feel glad that you have played with her. Basketball 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 G.A.C. 2, 3, 4. Neilson llaawirenice Nelson was a gift from Barringcr High School, entering M.H.S. last September. I-Ie has been with us only a year, but we have learned to appreciate his intelligence, dependability, and friendliness. Hanrriewt lLelElkolHE Harriet is possessed of an enviable gift-a truly cheerful disposition. Always courteous, and generous of her time and energy, she has accomplished much and won many an admiring friend. Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g Broadcaster 4g Utopian Club 4. Allthe-at llainfnl-e "Lindy" The tall, stately girl seen mostly in 101 is cverybody's friend, "Lindy." Her secret ambition is to swim the English Channel. Maybe sc-me day wc will be seeing her picture in the papers. A Cappella Choir 3, 4g Glee Club 35 Dramatic Clubg Camera Club 4g Broadcaster 4, Chorus 2, Hi-Y 3g French Club 3. Olive Long Knitting, playing the piano, and tennis have taken much of Olive's time, but she will soon be even more busily occupied. as her ambition is to bcccme an interior decorator. A Cappella Choir 4g Chorus 3. lLin-dlfo lo Piresti "You can find me anywhere," admits Lindo, who gets around a great deal for a man his size. work in the college prep course, he is Rutgers in the fall. Through his good prepared to enter Kenneth Lowery "Ken" Kenneth has carried on the broad streak of intelligence that runs in the Lowery family. If he keeps up his good work he is certain to be successful at college. Broadcaster 23 Science Club 25 Ritle Club 2, 43 Chemistry Club 45 Camera Club Pres. 4. Ralph Lowery "arm "In this corner!" No, "Mac" isn't a boxer. He is a lover of many sports, and would like to be either a sports announcer or a lawyer. Before becoming either, he says he'll have to settle down to work. Peter J. Maietta rrpglen "Pete's" secret ambition is to become a irst class mechanic. No doubt he will achieve this, as he takes his work very seriously. However, "Pete" is always prepared for a good time. Lucy Mainiero HLHJJ "Lu" is not only zz laughing lady, but an ambitious and industrious one at that. Being one of the school's busiest secretaries, she was usually found in 310, turning out the work. Student Finance Board 4. JI-llellen Makowski rrMaL,ar "Mac" is one of our more aggressive senior girls. Alert and dependable, she made an excellent record in the commercial course, and was just as successful in her relations with her classmates. Commercial Club 45 Student Finance Board 4. lRmmvtlla Monahan Ruth has gone quietly and cheerily about her work in our midst. Although demure, she may prove otherwise when she attends business school next year. Herbert Marta "Herb" Sports and music take up most of "I-Ierb's" time. Wfhen he is not playing in his orchestra or the band he is on the football Held. "Herb" should continue to make a hit in whatever he does. Band 2, 33 Basketball Squad 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Football 34 County Orchestra 3, 43 Football Squad 2, 45 Track 2. Kate Martin Kate is very fond of sports, and is an extremely good basketball player. Although quiet, she is active in girls' ac- tivities. Such a likable person was a big asset to our class. Basketball 2, 34 Commercial Club 43 Baseball 3, 49 G. A. C. 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3. Virginian Dorothy M.artin "linnir', If we remember Virginia for nothing else, it will be for her liveliness in classes. As one of the members of the "Camel Caravan," "jinnic" was a favorite with everyone. Jlosiepihuiime lf-ll-ellen Mattfo rrlon One of the right hand girls of the cooking room is "jo," A good cook She was to be found there at almost any time. with such an engaging personality will get along anywhere. Commercial Club 4. Rosle M.azzone "ROXiU,, "Rosie" is always involved in some sort of fun going on about the school, and in attempting to keep under-classmen frzm sneaking up the senior stairs. She is prepared to be a telephone operator-"Number, please!" George A. Mazzoni "Ml1ZZ,, "Muzz" can usually be found in the "Rendezvous" f307j any third period of the week, cutting up and having a general good time. His timely, good natured humor makes him a truly enjoyable companion. Basketball Squad 4g Baseball Squad 45 Football Squad 3. William MIeAm1ili1HFc rrBiHu Here's one of our budding pilots-aviation school is his goal, and we hope that he attains it. "Bill" comes from far afield-over near Gladstone-but he's made a solid place for himself in M.H.S. Marie MicNeill Marie says she hasn't any spare moments. Maybe shc's saving them all to fulfill her ambition-to travel around thc world. Before that she plans to go to college. Dramatic Club 25 French Club 45 Pro-Peace Club 4. lltolaert McNeill HBOIIU "Bob's" ambition is to be a cartoonist. NVith his natural ability, success for him is assured. Here is a fellow that we will not forget for a long time. elaine Ellen Merritt june's smiling face has been a decisive factor in her success in M.H.S. She intends to enter Pratt Institute, where they will certainly appreciate the fine qualities that she displayed here at M.H.S. Spanish Club 45 Utopian Club 3, 4. Russell J. Meslar "Butch" "Butch's" varied line of large words leads one to believe that he will, in time to come, turn out to be one of our fore- most politicians. His vast knowledge of national affairs cannot be matched by any other student. Safety Patrol 2, 3, 45 Football Squad 25 Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball Squad 25 Broadcaster 2. Joseph McCormirclt ri-Imp To be a success in the business world is "joe's" ambition. Good natured and likeable, he should "go places" when the diploma is in his grasp, and the class of 1937 sallies forth. Basketball Squad 2, 33 Baseball Squad 29 Football Squad 2, 3. llolnert MoD-ermott "Mack" Contact! Switch On!-Picture him behind the controls of a beautiful air liner, heading for a faraway destination. "Mack's" secret desire is to become a pilot, and we are sure that he will be a crackerjack. Alfred McDo11gall HAIU College is going to claim this impish Seotchman. That twinkle in his eye belies the usually slow, somber seriousness of his manner. He has ambitions of becoming an aeronautical engineer. ll-laliriry 'Mlicliirmey Harry is working hard so that he may be able to attend Auburn Polytechnic Institute when he graduates. Here's to a successful engineering earcer. Football Squad 2, 33 Rifle Club 3. Slmiirley Metzger Shirley is one of those quiet persons who always accomplish a great deal. Her work for the J.C.A. has proved very beneficial, and many other school groups were the better for her dependable assistance. Dramatic Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 43 G.A.C. 3, 4, Student Council 25 Broadcaster 2, 3g Pro-Peace Club 4. Marla Miller Studies never worried Markg in fact, nothing ever did. But with a ine voice and agreeable personality, he has made an enviable record for himself. Cobbonian 4. Sylvia Miller rrsyln Here is a young lady who claims she has no time to sparc, and right she is. Wlienever you Want to find "Syl," 310 is the answer. With a natural ability in commercial work and a tremendous capacity for getting things done, Sylvia is one in a million. A Cappella Choir 3, 43 Glee Club 34 Dramatic Club 23 Madrigal Singers 4, Commercial Club 3, Pres. 4, Stu- dent Finance Board 4, Basketball 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4g Hockey 33 Broadcaster 4. Stanley Milos Stanley states that he likes to read and listen to the radio in his spare moments, and that his ambition is to improve radio engineering. Next stop, college, and then on to big things in the world of radio. Mari-on Mills Marion just couldn't seem to get to school on time. But when she did arrive, M.H.S. was richer by an active and congenial student, with many friends and varied interests. Chemistry Club 4g Hiking 4, Pro-Peace Club 4, Hi-Y 4. W.arren Ming ffzvfmgiw' XVe will remember this quiet and unassuming chap for his cheerful smile. lf more of us were like "Mingie," this school would be even better than it now is. Polly Mint-on Will we ever forget Polly's big dark eyes? Or that mis- chievous ,grin as she plants an encouraging pat on your back? She's a grand friend, and we wish her all kinds of luck. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 43 Broadcaster 3, 4, French Club 2. Anthony Harold Miralaello HTOHBIU Never expect a dull moment if "Tony" is at hand, or anywhere near by. His cheerful presence has helped pull many a depressed student out of a melancholy mood and set him on the right track, Basketball Squad 2, 3. Helen Mizzoni Helen has done her share in school activities. That twinkle in her eye and the dimplc in her cheek mean fun and, believe it or not, she wants to be a female Robert Ripley. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Broad- caster 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Glee Club 35 Camera Club 45 Chorus 25 French Club 2, 3. lllolbezrt Monahan rrB0bn The orchestra and band will feel the loss of this musician. "Bob" says that playing the saxophone is his idea of heaven on earth, between tunes, he nourishes engineering ambitions. Band 2, 3, 45 County Orchestra 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. Gladys Moorman Gladys usually appeared to have a rather serious outlook on life, but that's just the result of having ideas of her own, a rather rare quality among the harum-scarum '37's. Spiritual Choir 3, 4. John Mloorman John can usually be found in a good-naturcd mood, and is always ready for a laugh. He is also an ardent track man, and hopes to break several records in time to come. Sybil Lillian Mooshrugger rrsybv Gay, happy-go-lucky Sybil is bound to acquire everything she wishes. With a cheery smile and overflowing energy, she has brightened many of our dull moments. Student Finance Board 45 G.A.C. 45 Basketball 45 Cobbonian 45 Keepers of the Gates 45 Commercial Club 25 A Cappella Choir 3. Rita Morrison "Reef" "Fight, Team, Fight!"-Vlherever the team is you are sure to find "Reet," cheering until her vocal cords are practically worn to shreds. Her sincerity shows just what real school spirit is and should be. i Commercial Club 2, 3. Richard Moss Mr. Allen will drop a tear when this expert printer leaves us, because good type-jugglers are rare. Richard gets along with everybody with an easy friendliness that most of us envied. lEv.a Mmillen A grand girl is Eva. Her charming personality has attracted many friends, who regard her as a swell pal. She loves to sing, and has been a great help to the A Cappella Choir. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Hi-Y 45 Swimming Club 45 Glec Club 45 Madrigal Singers 4. George Neuswtamlit You would think that this quiet and reserved fellow must have some ambition, but if he has, he won't talk. If his life's work is as satisfactory as his school work, he will go a long way. Jeremiah News rrJc,,.'.yv "Jerry" thinks that he is the most quiet boy in school, but when he drives around in his flivver there is quite a racket. "jerry" expects to become a millionaire by being a Diesel engineer, and he is quite capable of doing just that. Paul Nicholas PfNiL-ICJ! Another one of our sports-minded students is "Nick." Football is his favorite sport, in which he earned his "M,'. Strangely, this young athletc's ambition is to become a good xylophonist. Basketball Squad 3g Broadcaster 3, 4g Football 4, I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 43 Football Squad 2, 3, Rifle Club 3, Track 4g Gliding Club 35 Baseball Squad 33 Student Council 33 Senior Play 4. William Nifcla-olas ffnflzv Crack! They're off! Bill can usually be seen running around the track, regardless of the weather. He hopes eventually to be the holder of the record for the mile. Look out, Glenn Cunningham! Track 4. Howanrrll Mlullen "Moon" "Moon" is one of those airminded lads. He is seen making airplane models, and loves to talk about aviation. NVe certainly hope he has a great many happy landings. Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Jam-e Mttnfdrame jane has an outstanding way about her that helps to spread a great deal of light on her most interesting personality. She is one of our delightful blondes, who seems to accomplish everything she attempts. This was proved by her participation in the senior play where her excellent performance as Mrs. Forbes was acclaimed by all. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Hi-Y 3. George Eugene Murphy "Gene" Hcre's a commercial department scar. Any business man would grab "Gene" after a look at his marks-he breezed through with honors. And no one can do that without both brains and industry. Cam-ell Myeirs A hard Worker who has made hundreds of friends in M.H.S., Carrell seems to fit in anywhere. Her ambitions are all musical, and she hopes some day to conduct a symphony. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Service Club 45 Hi-Y 3, 4g French Club 45 Madrigal Choir 4, Pro-Peace Club 4g Student Council 4. Richard Oirwtollannii "Riz'1ac'y" If you should ever hear the exclamation, "Aw phooeyf' we are willing to wager it is "Rickey." His desire to be a skillful mechanic can easily be recognized by all the time he spends on his car. Track 2. Emily Virginia Osborn-e "Ii1mic"' . "Jinnie" is our little girl with the fun-loving disposition. Her sly remarks make the time pass pleasantly. She is always carefree and nothing worries her, but she seems to get along all right just the same. Dramatic Club 2g Commercial Club 2, 3, 45 Utopian Club 4. Edward lpailbis HEI!!! "Ed" devoted most of his time to studies, and was always prepared to assist his fellow students. His pleasant manner indicates that, without much difiiculty, he should reach the peak of his ambition, a salesman's job. Student Council 4. Carmen Joseph Pagano "Pagan0'1 "Pagano" is one of the languorous type. He especially enjoys teasing the fairer sex. To beccme a famous athlete is his favorite aspiration. Band 45 Orchestra 43 Student Finance Board 45 Dra- matic Club 2, 35 Cheerleader 4. Mary Nohillc Mary claims that she spends a great deal of time knitting, but this activity hasn't prevented her from sailing through the commercial course, and helping with corridor duty. She has aspirations to be a singer. Utopian Club 4. Mary M.argaret Josephine Nolblle This vivacious young lady can often be seen around the senior stairs, chattering in her friendly manner to everyone. If Mary gets to be a nurse-which is what she wants-- we'll all be heading for the hospital. Tennis 2, 3, 4. Fluorence Nutt "Howie" "Sleeping Beauty" would be appropriate if we are to believe that "Flossie" sleeps, as she says she does, in her spare moments. Her art work and other activities should not leave much time for this enjoyment. Art school is waiting. Malcfolm Oberlin One of our busiest people. Malcolnfs brain ticked off school work, especially math, with case and efficiency, and left him time to do dozens of other thingsg look at the list! Basketball Squad 25 Debating Club 3, 49 Football Squad 3, 43 French Club 49 Broadcaster 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 4. Lewis Penn "Lew" "Lew" has spent most of his time with drainatics, hunting, girls, and automobiles. Possessing an unusual combination of characteristics, "Lew" has developed a wandetlust which he intends to satisfy. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Football Squad Z, 45 Senior Play 4. lIirim.a lpemaimain Irma is one of those girls who love to sing, and it is nu wonder, for her fine soprano voice is something that anyone would be proud to have. She intends to continue with her singing when she graduates. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 49 Dramatic Club 2, 33 Broad- caster 3, 45 I-Ii-Y 49 Glee Club 3, 43 Hiking 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 4g Pro-Peace Club 4. Jlosielphiiine Pemauiciei reign "Jo" has been an asset to our class, and she has contributed much to its activities and spirit. Her winning smile and charm have won for her many close friends. Gate Keeper 45 Student Finance Board 4. llsulkic .James Penanaucici There is one thing you can be sure of, and that is that you will never find Luke in a downcast mood. He always is tezlcly for some good clean fun. However, he can be serious when he really wants to. Track 25 Chess Club 4. lLe'w1is M. lPa1g.am0 ULUIIU Besides being a superior musician, "Lou" plans to enter the University of Pennsylvania to study dentistry. His friendliness and ability point to a very successful career. Band 3, 4g County Orchestra 35 Orchestra 3, 45 County Band 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Catherine Palmer "Kitty" "Kitty" has been a good friend to everyone during her stay in M.H.S. Her serene disposition has been a decided asset, and we are sorry to lose this dependable classmate. Phillip Pauilmieir "Phila "Phil" loves to travel around the dance floor, and is seen at all the social events. He likes to travel in the wide open spaces, too. Witli that neat disposition he ought to achieve whatever he goes after. Fabiio lpeillliicenro eelgdbn "Fab" left this school to attend Belleville High, but he liked it here so much that he returned. We are glad that he came back and is able to graduate with us. .lolin Peirltins "Park" "Perk" came to us just this year, from North Arlington High. In such a short time he has acquired a host of friends and has confided in us his ambitions, to travel and to attend college. Dramatic Club 3, French Club 3. Donalfdl Plailluowieir "Don" "Don's" ambition to make a million dollars should be ful- filled, if he continues with his art work. He will always be remembered for his fine drawings, his baseball playing, and the merry twinkle in his eye. Baseball Squad 3, Cobbonian Art Editor 4. Louise Pierson The quiet, genial manner of this dainty little person has been a delight throughout our high school days. We hope Louise continues her helpful, friendly ways in college activities next year. A Cappella Choir 4g Pro-Peace Club 2, 3, 44 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g French Club 35 Broadcaster 3, Camera Club 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. Elizabeth Piignona ffBcttyl! "Betty's" ambition to become a nurse should be fulfilled. For this amiable and agreeable young lady has all the qualifications that are needed in this profession, including a pair of fascinating dark eyes. A Cappella Choir 2, 43 Glee Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 39 French Club 4, Madrigal Singers 4, Hi-Y 4, Library Assistant 3g Baseball 3. lLenoire Pike "Nin1z,' In case of illness, you will be sure of first-class attention if you go to "Nink." As a nurse, or for that matter anything else, we know that she will be successful. Commercial Club 4, G.A.C. 4. Etlitln Pollienaus rrBt,an "Bea" likes to ride around in a Buick or something "like a that." She will be remembered for her cheerful smile and her quiet air of efficiency, which should please some business man in search of a secretary. Cassialee Powell "Cassie" "Cassie" is active in sports and dancing. Upon leaving school she hopes to become a beauticiang so if any of '37's members need fixing up, don't forget this capable young lady. Spiritual Choir 3, 45 Track 3, 43 G.A.C. 3, 4. Genevieve Frances Poyeir "Gen" Look for a nice girl with a naturally pleasant disposition who always greets you with a broad smile, and you will find "Gen," Her spare time was always used to good advantage, which was typical of her industrious character. Dramatic Club 45 Camera Club 4g Utopian Club 3, 4, Tennis 4g Commercial Club 2g Broadcaster 3, 4, Pro-Peace Club 4. Edna llmireintiiss "E1lrliv,' "Eddie" claims that she actually likes to juggle figures, and hopes to acquire a bookkeeping job Where she can play with them all day long. She likes books and the radio, and enjoys a good joke-even on herself. Jliolhn Pirentiss "Ioh1mir"' Isn't he a handsome brute? "Johnnie" is quite the dashing young "Romeo," and is usually seen in the company of a fair young maiden. His present desire is to become an airplane mechanic. Football Squad 3, 4. Autllrea Queripel "Andy" Although she's been with us for little more than a year, Audrea is one of our most popular seniors. Witli her charm- ing personality, she attracts a string of admiring friends wher- ever she goes. Tennis 35 Hi-Y 4. JI. William Qmuiinin rrBiIln One of our most capable commercial students, "Bill" his distinguished himself as a very able assistant to the Student Finance Board. Toiling zealously, he doesn't know what "quit" means, A person like this cannot be stopped by any handicap. Student Finance Board 45 Keeper of the Gates 4. Jazequeiliine Reietor ulackjev Pointing to her spectacular performance in the senior play as "Dulcy," we take great pride in claiming "Jackie" as one of the best actresses ever to enter M.H.S. Vivacious and intelligent, she was an outstanding member of '37. Dramatic Club 3, 45 Library Assistant 3, 45 G.A.C. 3, 45 Riding Club 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Broadcaster 3, 4. Robert Reed HBOL!! The big business man of our senior play, "Bob" is one of our serious-minded classmates. Interested in everything going on in school, he has many good friends. "Bob" intends to be a doctor. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Madrigal Singers 45 Basketball Squad 2, 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball Squad 35 Asst. Football Mgr. 35 Broadcaster 35 Sports Editor 45 Asst. Basketball Mgr. 45 Glee Club 3, 45 County Chorus 3. Doris Eleanorc Reynolds Redhcads are supposed to be hot tempered, but We find that this is not true of Dorisg she is just the opposite. She has made a lasting impression upon us, and we are proud to have known her. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Service Club 2, 3. Edna lliiiichards "Eddie" Coming from New Vernon, "Eddie" has captured us with her quiet, sincere personality and winning smile. Her best efforts have been put forth in her school work, and we are certain that her creditable characteristics will insure her of an ideal stenographic position. Johan H. Riooney ffjlwkn A happy-go-lucky chap, "jack" isn't one ro run when he hears the bell, though he might say "Glceps." His fine disposition should help him when the last bell sounds in Jane, and he leaves M.H.S. Camera Club 4. William II-lliauriry Rosie "Bill" "Bill" is a former New York Slater, and a quiet, agrecabl: fellow. He has not been with us very long, but his friends are many. He took a great deal of pleasure in that blue V-8. llsalbell A. liitosioilif "Itsic',' Let us present one of our sweetest seniors. Her tap dancing ability rates with the best, and she most certainly will make a splendid teacher in this profession. Dramatic Club 43 Student Finance Board 45 Com- mercial Club 4g Keepers of the Gates 43 Library Assistant 4g Hiking 4. Joseph Iflhtilain rrlovn This lad originally came from Bayonne, but he has managed to live this down, and is accepted as a bona fide Morristonian, and a loyal member of 1937. He has a secret ambition to became an aviator. Ethel Richter Her quizzical look has caused many a Romeo to blink his eyes. Ethel does not appear to be a cutup, but she really docs know how to have a good time. May she continue to have many more. llsllilulegardlie Riichtier "HifL'bir"' "Hitchic's" desire is to become a designer, which goes hand in hancl with her love for sewing. She has a fine taste for clothing, and her favorite hobby is window shopping for more. Tennis 3, 4g Dramatic Club 45 Broadcaster 3g Hi-Y 4. .JI amos Ri cheer "ffm " "Jim" declares that he has hopes of being successful in later life. fDon't we all?J NVith his easy, friendly manner wc have no doubt that he will attain his aim. Chemistry Club 35 Basketball Squad 2, 33 Broadcaster 24 Baseball Squad 45 Hi-Y 3. H. Leo Romine, Jr. Leo is one who prefers to plug along quietly while others .lim for the spotlight. But real modesty is a valuable quality, all too rare in high school. Thanks for cv. few real people like Leo! Paiitriclle .James Henry llitussio, Jr. "Pnl" "Pat" has been continually embroiled with the faculty, but that never fazecl him. He always comes back for more. His happy-go-lucky manner makes him one of the leading at- tractions of the school. Football Squad 3. Hfowiairnl Howard states that he would like to be a chemical engineer some day. He is reserved and yet congenial. His spare moments are spent mostly in listening to the radio or at a good movie. lfiutih llitynvearson "Cb11b" Ruth is a bookkeeping and accounting shark, and her ambition to be a C.P.A. is well within her abilities. She has found time, in her quietly efiicient way, to combine numerous activi- ties with an excellent scholastic record. Commercial Club 3, -lg Broadcaster 2, 4, Keeper of the Gates 4. Arm a Sailvi Anna is one of our first-class students. She has managed to come through all four high school years with flying colors. If Anna keeps up the good work, success will be right with her. G.A.C. 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Student Finance Board 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Utopian Club 35 Hockey 3. Edwin T. Sanders "Ei1zliu" And here we have the answer to why girls leave home. "Eddie" hails from Mountain Lakes, and has displayed such a colorful personality and aptitude for getting into trouble that M.H.S. will seem empty without him. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Rifle Club 2, 3. tCil.airen.ec Sandleirsion "Snnn'y', lhis clean-cut young man, after trying Nurley and West Orange, appeared in M.H.S. last fall. He made a place for at once, especially with the fair sex-that pronlel himself "Sandy" is his name, and he's a real fellow. Evelyn 'lI'eres.a1 Schneider NEVU "Ev" is one of Mr. I'ilynn's silent admirers. She is another who can always be found in his room, 307. Although "Ev" appears to be very quiet, she has an extremely fun-loving personality. Commercial Club 2, 3. Mary Ellen S.ehw..arz "Pele" Mary Ellen, who says she spends her spare moments dreaming, is reaching for a star. Her secret ambition is to own minks and sables. First shu's heading for college at Beaver. Library Assistant 4. .lolan Scully A businesslike, quiet, and reserved student, john has wonderful executive ability. He doesn't believe in all work and no play, as baseball is one of his interests. Shop Foreman 2, 3g Library Attendant 2, Camera Club 4. Artlaur Selvange rrArt11 Keeping out of trouble is an art to "Art." It's no trick for anyone with a pleasant disposition and cheerful smile like his. "Art" was a steady member of the Hillside crew. Band 3, 4g Camera Club 4. Lenlore Slmlit Lenore has been industriously doing many things during high school, but music seems to be her big interest. She's going to college to continue her studies. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Broad- caster 4g Glee Club 3, Choir 2, Pro-Peace Club 3, 4: Student Council 4g Madrigal Singers 4, French Club 5, 4. Anita Sharltey CINHHU "Nita" has done wonders in winning many friends through her pleasing personality. Her years in school have been years of accomplishment, and her brilliant good humor will be difficult to replace. Regina Sliarltey She's delightful, she's delicisus, she's de-lovely. That very clearly describes Regina. Wfith never a cross word or a sour scowl, she can't be anything short of a success. Broadcaster 4, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. Palm Slacltcrjsiam Palm has done her work in school and in organizations conscientiously and well. Her varied interests have brought hcr many friends, and we know that this will always be true. Dramatic Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4g Camera Club 45 Pro-Peace Club 4. lil orb ara Sherman Barbara doesn't know what she intends to do upon leaving high school, but we are certain tha: she will accomplish much. Her ambition is to become a dietitian. Chorus 2. Natalie lL. Sherman "Nat" "Nat's" popularity with the opposite sex is due to her good looks and knack of dressing, as well as her keen and witty conversation. Wfellcsley is her next stop, wl1ere we are sure she will be just as popular. A Cappella Choir 43 Hi-Y 43 Service Club 3, Vice President 4, French Club 3, 45 Broadcaster 3, 4: Student Council 4, Pro-Peace Club 3, 4, Riding 43 Cobbonian 4, Rifle Club 4. Ralph Sinclair nDugyn Do you want to have some fun? Wl1ere's "Duffy"? Just End him and you are in for some real sport. He always is ready to join in something, and you can count on him to give you the time of your life. Arulmrey Smith "Anbe,' Remember him? The band's drum major, the tall bass on the end in the choir? Of course you dog it's Aubrey. His ambition is to do the lighting for a Broadway musical show. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g Band 4g Glee Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4g Pro-Peace Club 45 Service Club 3, 4. Carl M. Smith "Smitly" Having a happy-go-lucky, devil-may-care nature, Carl is sincere and serious-minded beneath it all. His one ambition is to be successful in whatever profession he may choose. Student Finance Board 4. Foster Smith Don't let these glasses fool you. Foster isn't always studying. Oh no! He's another outdoor boy. Fishing, skiing, skating, and swimming are a few of his pastimes. Orchestra 2, 4. Meyer Shorter ffnfkw Basketball is his l1obby, and he has already been coaching .1 team. Maybe "Mike" will become a great mentor like "Chippy" Coleman, "Red" Smith, or our own Coach Maclntyre. Who knows? Basketball Squad 3, 45 Baseball Squad 2. Eelythe Elizabeth Sierra Edythe is the typical secretary. Her good looks and delightful personality are something she should be proud of possessing. Everyone will miss her, but we'll never forget her brunette beauty. Commercial Club 43 Student Finance Board 4. Dorothy Silverstein rrD0tv "Dot's" willingness to help the other fellow has made her well known and well liked. With this spirit she will certainly be successful. French Club 3, 43 Student Council 4. II-lieirheirt Simomison ffHerbJ! Like most boys from Mt. Tabor, Herb plays hockey, and has dreams of becoming a big league puck chase: some day. Then he will no longer be the "Unknown Student" he claims to be. lLucie1n Squerzi r!Teetl5 "Tect's" secret desire is to become a commercial artist or sign painter. He can usually be seen in woodworking con- structing a sign, and is always originating new ideas in lettering. His pet saying of "Hi Slick!" will long be re- membered. Shop Foreman 2, 3, 4. . Marion Statller "Mum" "Silence is golden," seems to be "Maid's" motto, for we often see her, but seldom hear her. In her quiet manner she proceeds with her knitting and annoys no oneg but she ac- complished plenty while in M.H.S. Commercial Club Z, 35 Utopian Club 3, 45 Baseball 35 Student Finance Board 4. Harry Stapler To be a Wasliington correspondent is Harry's aim. His splendid work cn the Broadcaster has proved him an able scribe, and deserving of this position. Dramatic Club 3g Service Club 3, 44 Football Squad 45 Broadcaster 2, 3g Editor-in-Chief 4, Hi-Y 2, 35 Student Council 3. lLeon.ard Srtaiulifenlbierger "Pee Wee" "Nice goin'," cheers "Pee NVee" to everyone. Herc's a little bundle of dynamite and pep, whose secret ambition is to be an engineer. He was a favorite with both teachers and students, and that covers all the ground there is. Baseball Squad 3, 4. Madeline Smith Madeline has gone about her business quietly and pleasantly. The domestic science rooms saw considerable of her, and she contributed her voice to the choir. We could have used more like her. Viola IR. Smith Viola is one of our few senior girls who are capable of combining business with pleasure, making a success of both. Her future, without a doubt, will be a bright and happy one. Commercial Club 4, Student Finance Board 4. Pamliino SOJIWHIMIIIHO Sports, especially basketball, have taken up most of Paulinc's time. Her loyalty to the G.A.C. is one of the things she will be remembered for. Basketball 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4. Tizelle Spells Tizelle wants to bc a nurse-and if her school record is any indication, she'll be a good one. Her years in M.H.S. show a high scholastic standing, and varied activities in clubs and musical organizations. Spiritual Choir 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 G.A.C. 4. Marjiorie Stirulblle "Mrn'gic"' "Margie" wants to appear on Major Bowes, Amateur Hour in the near future. Her spare moments are taken up in making scrap books of interesting people. Caurl Smnrgiis Before entering college Carl wants to take a P. G. course here at M. H. S. XVhen his work is completed he plans to sail around the globe, undoubtedly in the good ship "Oh Yeah?" Dramatic Club 4, Service Club 45 Camera Club 4. lFire.nl Tartaglia Fred, like his brothers, is noted for l1is singing. His voice helped to make the A Cappella Choir successful. Witli his musical ability he should go far. A Cappella Choir 3, 4. James Taylior relinln "Jin1" is an ambitious young gentleman whose ability as a chemist has aroused the entire student body. jim really knows his test tubes, and don't be surprised if you very shortly read of his discovering some important formula. Chemistry Club 3. lliiclaard Steififien ffnf.-le' "Dick" is one of our spirited football players who has per- haps received less than his share of deserved glory, but he is never seen complaining, He's a great reader, but he doesn't look like a bookworm backing up the line. Football Squad 2, 3g Football 4. Jean IE. Stewart Lo and behold! At last we have found a girl from Mountain Lakes who is really quiet and reserved. But that isn't Jean's only good point: she's a very good student too. Lucky will be the college that gets her. Dramatic Club Zag Broadcaster 3. William Arithm' Stewart HBH!!! "Bill" is another of Collinsville's gifts to M. H. S. He is usually seen down at his locker eating a sandwich, and has provided the whole class with much amusement. One of his favorite pastimes was teasing Miss Trimmer. Service Club 2. Elsie Sitiroley Do you want a really good artist? Here is your answer, all wrapped up in a charming personality. If artistic ability means success in college next year, it will be Elsie's for the asking. Cobbonian 4. Evelyn Tlialer Evelyn has been traveling around school this year collecting Broadcaster assignments, and now she wants to travel around the world. It seems that she's going to take her knitting to college Hrst, though. Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 45 Broadcaster Asso- ciate Editor 35 Managing Editor 45 Student Council 2, 3. Walter Tlhuievon frwnllxy "Walt" spends much of his spare time riding a motorcycle. We go from one extreme to the other-his secret ambition is to be a first class undertaker. We are sure that whatever career he chooses, he is bound to make a go of it. William A. Thompson f'Bf11H "Bill" has a yen to be an air pilot. He is quite an expert in making lamps at the shop, but we are sure that hc won't need a lamp for his favorite pastime-resting. William M. Thompson tfBiHll We've always marveled at this Mt. Lakes' boy's many and varied accomplishments. "Bill" has an impressive desire to be a millionaire, and deserves to make good-whether at music, acting, athletics, or writing. Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 County Orchestra 2, 45 State Orchestra 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Chem- istry Club 35 Senior Play 45 French Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Broadcaster 2, 35 Football Squad 2, 35 Basketball Squad 2, 3, 4. l l , l Jack Tiger "Swish!" Tiger sinks another. Basketball, or almost any sport, occupies much of his time. ,lack intends to go to college when M. H. S. has nothing left to offer him except pleasant memories and many friends. IRnL1rtla Mildred Touirjec "Millie" As occupation after graduation, "Millie" suggests that she may get an ohice job-or get married. The latter seems very likely, if a charming personality is of any assistance in acquiring a husband. lielwamrl P. Travis rrDac.n And here we have one of our outstanding academic students. "Doc" excels most of his classmates in his studies, and also finds time to participate in sports. He especially is a basketball enthusiast. Hi-Y 2. Vincent Timilletti This quiet lad came in from Rainbow Lakes every day. He took the technical course, with some shop mixed in, and had tithe rare faculty of doing his own job and minding his own business. llirlmunel C. Vance "Shorty" "Shorty" is of the athletic type, and has taken part in many sports activities. He is usually seen in the halls where he, most assuredly, is among friends. West Point will be his next goal. lBanrla.am'a1 Van Horn rrB0bn "Bob" wants to be an Interior Decorator. If she can spread color and setting as she does cheer and pcppiness, she is in for a spectacular career. And can she swing a mean tennis racket! Dramatic Club 4g Hi-Y 43 Tennis 3, 4. Mary Louise Venn Horn Mary Louise has set up an enviable record in M. H. S., and some business man is going to find that her talents after graduation are outstanding. Quiet and friendly, she has made a wide circle of friends in the class of '37. Joseph A. 'Vivanrttaas ffloev Although musically inclined, "joe" is also a good mechanic. Most of his sparc moments are spent tinkering around his car. Band 2, 3g Orchestra 2. Robert Wagner ffB0bn just the mention of "Bob" denotes the athletic type. He is interested in all kinds of sports, and spends much of his time reading sport magazines. For all that, he has a very serious attitude toward things that require it, such as classroom activities. Football 3. .losepln De Coursey Walls, Jhr. rrloev "Joe" has a quiet and reserved personality, is serious minded, and speaks only when it is Worth while. Target practice, his favorite sport, helps to pass many of his spare moments. Muriel Weinstein rrT0n-yu "Tony" is seen everywhere about the school, and has been a great help to many various activities. She has hopes of be- coming a journalist, and will either go to college or do news- paper work. Press Club 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Utopian Club 4g Debating Club 3, 45 Student Council 23 Broadcaster 3, 4. Susan Wells This lively individual seems to be everywhere at once. Fond of bouncing around, she wants to go to South America. Her favorite saying is "Grin and bear it," so she's going to business school instead. Dramatic Club 2, 35 Broadcaster 3. Walter Wlaitelae.au1 rtwuliiy More local talent! uwlllfn has a way of getting along with the fairer sex that has kept the school puzzled. A very good dresser, he has always displayed the versatility which has made him so well liked. Basketball Squad 3g Track 3, 4. Alice Mwiriel Wiiclts "Marin Always cheerful and happy, that's our "Nloo." She could always be seen roaming through the halls or else in the library reading. "Miro" helped to keep our class happy and gay in many ways. Student Finance Board 4, Track 23 Baseball 2, 3. Jlaicls Martin Williams "liter" Jack is a friend of everybody, and a very loyal one. He is an ardent baseball fan, and a keen supporter of school activi- ties. XVe will lung remember his quiet, good-natured ways. Student Finance Board 45 Keepers of the Gate 45 Utopian Club 45 Cobbonian 4. Dioriotlie Williams "Dol" One-half of the pep in the Senior class can be found in "Dot" alone. Her loyal support of all the games and her ability to play tennis are two of the ways in which she displays het' talents. Tennis 3, 4. Ralph Westlayafllilmson rrcgibbyn "Gibby" comes from the town of Millington. He seems to be more than delighted to get out of high school, and yet upon leaving M. H. S. will attend college. Out of the frying pan. Esther Whaley Esther has been a mainstay of the musical organizations, and has a budding talent as a writer. Her industry, combined with really unusual ability, makes her one of our most promis- ing classmates. Chorus 2, 3, 4. Mary Amina Whaley This young lady combines artistic ambitions with considerable athletic ability. She wants to go to art school, with sculptor as a major interestg but her school record shows that she is not by any means one-sided in her interests. G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 35 Hockey 2, 3. Marj-orie Evelyn White "1VIzu'ge" Wfhen "Marge," with her delightful southern accent, came to Morristown from Virginia everyone welcomed her. The fun and enthusiasm that she has contributed to the senior class will not be forgotten. John Henry Williams "Willie" Mr. Howard will find it difficult to replace John's tenor voice in the A Cappella Choir. The musicians won't be the only ones to miss himg all the rest of us will be sorry to say goodbye to this tall, dark, and handsome gentleman. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Madrigal Singers 4. Ruth Williamson rfliudyn Here she is at last! "Rudy" is noted for her pep, vim, and vigor. Always lending a helping hand to the other fellow, "Rudy" certainly will be missed by all of us. A Cappella Choir 45 Broadcaster 3, 45 Commercial Club 2, 35 Cobbonian 45 Hi-Y 35 G. A. C. 3, 45 Riding 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 3, 4. Victoiriine Wiss "Sidzly" School without her won't be the same. Vivacious best des- cribes this most popular, petite blonde. Active in all sports, best known as an acrobat and swimmer, two years a cheerleader, and class treasurer, that's "Siddy," the life of the class of '37. A Cappella Choir 35 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Rifle Club 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 G.A.C. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Secretary 3, 45 Glec Club 35 Class Treasurer 3, 4. Athaxllimila A. Woodevocls "Nan" "Nan" hasn't been with us very long but has made good use of her time. Her friendliness and everyready giggle shoulcl help to boost her through college at Duke. Nan would like to write. A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Dramatic Club 35 Broadcaster 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Camera Club President 45 Press Club 3, 45 Madrigal Singers 45 Assembly Chairman 4. June lLee Wood-cock June Lee is as well liked as she is energetic-and that's saying a lot, because as early as four years ago she was teaching dancing. Her coy, generous smile is a welcome salute every- where. Dramatic Club 1, 45 Service Club 45 Broadcaster 45 Hi-Y 45 French Club 45 Press Club 45 Pro-Peace Club 4. George Wright "Hunk" "Hank" has all the qualities of a successful master of cere- monies. His exceedingly clever remarks have caused everyone to ask "XVhere's Hank?" He can be assured of prosperity and happiness if he continues to remain as he now is. Basketball Squad 25 Football Squad 25 Football 3, 45 Baseball Squad 2, 35 Baseball 4. 'Wall.ace JI. Yageir .-Ihr. "W.,1ly'f "NVally" is one of our academic students who expects to be an actor, and the members of the class of '37 wish him every kind of success. Although he is artistically inclined, "XVally3' likes to read and dance in his spare moments. Band 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. .-lloseplh Yuirkiovifc 4-rlocu Passaic Township sends us a good many industrious com- mercial students, and "Joe" is one of the best. He really enjoys business, and hopes to get a job where his training in oilice work will come in handy. Arthur Zeiwtiler frAytn Arthur is another newcomer-at any tate, he joined the class only last fall, although he has made as many friends since then as most of us accumulated in four years. Keen and alert, "Art" would fit anywhere. Mary lE. Zicfcanrellllo We often see Mary on the third floor, seated authoritatively at her desk keeping order for the Utopian Club. Next year she's going into training to be a nurse. Utopian Club 4. Joan Chirystimie Zuilegenr With us little more than a year, joan has proved her worth, especially in the Press Club. She's going to college next year, and carries our best wishes along with her. Dramatic Club 4g Hi-Y 4g Pro-Peace Club 43 Broad- caster 4g G.A.C. 3, 45 Basketball 3. Charles Johnson "Rlll1k0,, "Runko" gives the impression that he is a bit timid and shy. However, action speaks louder than words, for his ability as an athlete is unquestionable. One of his outstanding achieve' ments was winning the award for the most valuable player to his team in the Eastern States' Basketball Tournament at Glen Falls. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2g Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. Hn 1MIem:on-iam IMIAILCOILIMI ANDIEIRSON IEILIEANOIR GILJISIENCAIMUP JANET WVJICIKJLJIIFIFIE HALL OF FAME Box' Walter Duff .,..,.,...........,,........ Robert Dietz, Francis Davitt ..... Joseph Dempsey, Charles Johnson .. Walter Duff .........,,.....,.....,.......... Walter Duff, Aubrey Smith ....... Myron Friedman , .,......,,,,.,.. .. Lewis Penn ,..... . ,.,.,.... ...,....,. Aubrey Smith ...,..,...,......,.....,.....,.. Bernard Lieberman, Joseph Dormer Melvin Bennett, John Prentiss ...... Bernard Lieberman, Marshall Kearney Bernard Lieberman .,.,,.,....,,...,,..,.,. Wallace Yager ,,.., . ..,. Thomas Biebigheiser ..... ........,,...... Most Pojmlar . Bcsf Looking Bvxf Afblcfe Bas! All-1'01l17fl . Bas! Class Spirit Most Sfltlli0IlX . Biggest Blzzffer. Fafnlfy Darling Bas! HIlllI0l'Hfl . ....,.., NOIXlCXf ...,. .. Wvlfflfif Mori ElI1i6'l'f!liI7ilIg Bait Gigglar Class Shrimp James Taylor .....,............,....,,.............,..... Class Giant William Thompson, Harold Burke .,,.,. .... L azieszf ..... Melvin Bennett .,......,........,...,...,.... , .,....... Cut-up ...... , Carl Kinseherf, Lewis Penn ......... ,..,. I' Ieari Brealzcr . George Wright ,.,.....,...............,............,...... Best Mixer ..., . Bernard Lieberman, Russell Meslar Joseph Hollmeyer, Jack Hipson .,.. Melvin Bennett, Frank Bitondo, .... Class Polificiawz ....r.., Most Collegiate ....,.., In worsf with the Farzrlfy GIRL , ...,.....,....,..............,, Victorine Wiss Audrea Queripel, Charlotte Lacey, Jacqueline Rector Constance Farino, Anna Salvi Carrel Myers Victorine Wiss, Frances Bash Eva Feld, Evelyn Hibbard Natalie Sherman, Doris Fauver Dorothea Hollender Carrel Myers Helen Eiek, Irma Penniman Cartel Myers , .,.,. Carrel Myers Virginia Baird Bernice Higgins Margaret Drum Marion Mills Sybil Moosbrugger Victorine Wiss, Doris Glanville Carrel Myers, Mae Geary Nan Woodcoek, Ruth Williamson Betty Pignona Virginia Osborne, Par Russo Betty Hippie, Dorothe Williams Lewis Penn ,.,,.,.................,. ....,.. C lass iVll'HII7 ..... ..,......... D orothe Williams, June Lee Woodcoek Lewis Penn, Robert Crane ......... ...,... B est Adm' .....,.. .............,,,,. J acqueline Rector Robert I-Iickerson .,......,.....,..,.......... Mos! Ambifiozzs ....... ,,,......,.....,.,. Eva Feld Donald Philhower, Lucien Squerzi . Most Arfisfic ..,... ....,..,....,....,.....,........... E lsie Stroley Ed Kennedy ......,..,.,...........,.......... ,...... B asf Dancer ..... ...... J anc Glanville, Marjorie White Ed Sanders .......,.....,.,.....,,......,........ ...,... B asf Dresser' ..... .........,..........,.. I- Iildegarde Richter Malcolm Oberlin, Russell Meslar .... . Mosf Radical ,..... ..........,.......,.,............ L enore Shalir William Thompson, Wfilliam . ,... ,. .,... Best Musician .........,.. Irma Lanterman, Carol Johnson Lanterman Ed Sanders .....,.... ....... M osf Sojibisfieaterl ....,,.. ....,.... D oris Reynolds John Prentiss ...... ..... N Iosf Affracfwe Smile ...... ....,..,,... D oris Glanville John Castle .. .. .... Most Original ...... ....,,. J une Lee Woodcoek H aaa .. Prfrialrfrzl - Vice Pr0.vitlfr11! Trmsu rm' - Secretary A rlvixcr STEVE HALKO LOUIS BEYER - - LEO VAN KOLL BETTY ANN RAYMOND MR. DANIEL SINCLAIR E JUNIOR The class of 1938 has generously contributed to the honor and credit roll during the year. It has been the first junior class to break the twelve years-long standing custom of buying rings from the same company. The results have been more than satisfactory, in spite of the trying time that seemed to ensue over the choice of the ring. Talk about your presidential electionsg our country had nothing on the class of 1938. After a heated political campaign, the results shown above were Hnally obtained under the very efficient aid of the class adviser, Mr. Sinclair. The end of May saw the Junior Prom a well attended, colorful success. Although the senior stairs were well guarded, a few smart juniors managed to slip slyly by. The juniors are well aware of the responsibilities of the coming year and they certainly are capable of steering the senior ship to port. As outstanding members of this class of '38, they can boast of several good athletes, namely, George Dexter, captain of the football team, Mike Cherello, Mike Traetto, and Johnnie Borcherdt, and also the vice-presi- dent of the class, Lou Beyer. These boys will be back next year as seniors, and if they were good when they were juniors, we can expect even more outstanding per- formances when they become seniors. Another interesting phase of the junior class is that this year's will be the largest graduating class ever to leave M. H. S. They are approximately 360 strong. Taking everything into consideration, things look very bright for a banner year in 1937-38. CLASS As each graduating class leaves the portals of the school, in its footsteps some- one must follow. The seniors leave the school with an excellent record, due to their cooperation and whole-hearted support, and we hope that out of the 360 juniors, several may be found to guide the class to greater heights than ever before. Presirfcnt - Vice Prcsidmif Sz'crc'tary - TrL'1zx11r'cr - Faculty Adviser VIRGINIA RECTOR WILLIAM MYERS - SAMUEL KARN - PATTY GREEN MR. MICHAEL LA BOVE TIHUE SUPHOMURE To look at the class of 1939. a dulv recognized and orzanized bodv of Morristown Hifzh School. one could not Dossiblv imazine that . last year they were only lowly freshmen. From that motley crew pupils have developed, as sophomores, in every field of endeavor. For instance, many sophomores have great athletic prowess. Witness the wav Gus Carter totes the Dizskin down the field for zood old M. H. S.. and the wav Phillv Reichert flashes down the court and sinks basket after basket. Then too. there are manv other athletes iust waiting to "show their stuff" as soon as the juniors and seniors make Way for them. In scholastic standing the class of '39 has many steady repeaters on the M. H. S. honor roll. In the governing body of the school, the Student Council, the Sophomores have twelve representatives, and one member in the cabinet. Much credit for the extraordinary success of the class of '39 is due to Mr. Michael La Bove, class adviser. Through his guidance this group adopted an entirely new form of class government. Instead of having the entire class present at the meetings, a representative was selected from each session room who expressed the thoughts and wishes of his fellow members. This plan was very successful, as it eliminated all the confusion that naturally goes with a meeting at which the whole class is present. CLASS L , ..,. ,,'i " Q ' sf' ACTIVITIES . iv . ..A----Y -.'- V The second year that a student form of government has been in existence in Morristown High School has served to prove again the worth and necessity of such an organization in our everyday school life. As a whole, the Council has been well backed by the student body during its various activities throughout the year. There were disappointments, of course. The Harvest Dance, for instance, was a definite failure financially. The school was in accord with the idea of a fall dance, and socially it was voted a success. Various reasons were given for the small turnout. One was that a Harvest Dance had never been given before. Perhaps next year the reputation for this dance will grow, and in time, it will be an accepted annual event. Also early in the year, an attempt was made to sponsor an Amateur Show, but so little interest was shown by our local talent that the plan was dropped. The most conspicuous success achieved by the Student Council concerned the behavior at assemblies. Realizing how unsatisfactory conditions were, some seniors started a campaign for better assemblies. The Student Council, being the logical means for carrying out such a program, took over the drive. A set of laws was made out by which assembly conduct should be governed. The two most notable were that no books should be carried into the auditorium, and that guest speakers would be greeted by quietly standing without clapping. Unusual coopera- tion was accorded the council's efforts and the assemblies became not only much more orderly, but much more 1 enjoyable for everyone. A successful election of next fall's officers has been carried out in a quieter and more dignified manner than last year's, which was graced with colored chalk, messy blackboards, and much political campaigning. In order to raise money for assembly programs, the Council decided to sponsor a Faculty play. The project was successfully carried out on May 28, and provided a fund for assemblies next year. STU ENT fC lUNfClIlL Pl'l?SilIL'7lf - ROBERT HICKERSOIN Vin' Presiflerlt - - HKROLD JONES Carresliomlirzg Sz'n'rctury ALICE BARRETT Revo:-ilirzg Secretary CARL STAPLER Trcnsnrer - - - JLSSIE BRICLER Adviser MR MARCUS S SMITH SENIOR PLAY Coach, Mr. P. B. Cowan CAST Dulcy Smith - Jackie Rector Gordon Smith - Robert Dietz Bill Parker - William Thompson Mr. Forbes - Robert Reed Mrs. Forbes Jane Mundrane Angela Forbes - - Carol johnson Schuyler Van Dyke Mr. Charles Meys Vincent Leach Tom Stcrret Blair Patterson Henry - - Robert Crane - Lewis Penn - Paul Nicholas Allen Cerotkin Under the direction of Mr. P. B. Cowan, the Broadway comedy hit "Dulcy," by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, became a record breaking success. Much credit is due to those who worked hard on publicity, lighting, makeup and ticket sales. sem R PLAY, Contrary to custom, we had a faculty mem- ber in the cast this year. Mr. Charles Meys as the mad pianist showed surprising dramatic ability. Jackie Rector in the starringvrole kept the audience's rapt attention by her practically pro- fessional characterization of the erratic Dulcy. Bob Dietz, her husband, a young business man, and Bill Thompson, her brother, turned in two fine pieces of Work. Bob Reed, the financier, who became involved in Dulcy's blunderings, and Jane Mundrane, his wife, came through with flying colors. In every play there are small parts that are needed in building up the plot, and the re- mainder of the cast played these with enthusiasm and skill. The class of 1937 has left a high standard for future seniors to emulate. We sincerely believe that "Dulcy" was the Hnest dramatic presentation in years. The success of the Senior Play was largely due to the able coaching of Mr. Cowan, along with the many committees. The ticket selling excelled that of other years, which made the play a financial as well as an artistic success. THE BRUADCCASTIER The Broadcaster entered Morristown High in the fall of the year in new dress. Elaborate head- lines were replaced by simple flush heads which were pleasing to both the eye and the brain. Fancy boxes were also eliminated to give the paper a more professional appearance. The year 1936-37 was one of the most revolu- tionary in the history of the paper. A new editor, a new adviser, a new business adviser and business board, and a complete shake-up of the existing staff succeeded in bringing the news of the school to the student body besides providing entertainment and suggesting, through effective editorials, various measures to the administration. The two most popular features were the chatter column which during the year appeared under the names of "At The Post," "Curiosity's Cat,', and "Much Ado About Nothing," and the Senior Snapshot which each week brought another prom- inent senior before the flashlight and into the limelight. The conscientious work of the business board in promoting and boosting sales made possible the addition of many more pictures and, later in the year, an enlargement of the paper. In February the seniors withdrew from service, leaving it to the juniors to keep the students in- formed. They caught the torch in the right hand and have continued to improve the Broadcaster by changing it from a four column to a five column paper. May M. H. S. students forever have the weekly Broadcaster to read! EDITORIAL STAFF Editors-in-Chief News Editor - Managing Editors Feature Editor Sports Editors Technical Editor Headline Editor Rewrite Editors BUSINESS BOARD Business Manager IBIRIOADCASTIER STAIFIF Eva Feld, Douglas Palmer - - - Jack Wiley - Evelyn Thaler, jay Guterl - - - Natalie Sherman - Robert Reed, Richard Simmonds - - - - Harry Stapler - - - Doris Weax'er Rita Landesman, Robert Kee - - - - - Evelyn Krauss Assistants - - - Constance Farino, Sylvia Miller, Reva Levine Advertising Manager ------ Muriel Xveinstein Assistants - - - Edith Lobel, Florence Schwartz, Joan Zuleger Circulation Manager ------- Dorothy Diamond Assistants - - Dorothy Fritts, George Michas, Harriet Lefkoff, Regina Exchange Manager Sharkey, Pearl Zudick, Sylvia Talkoff. - - - - - - - Ruth Rynearson TUPIAN CC TUB Presirleut - - DOROTHY FRITTS Trvnsurm - - VIRGINIA RECTOR VicePrr'xidm1f - - RUDY BAILEY Adviser' - MR. ANTHONY JANNONE Srcrefary - - YOLANDA GALLIS The Utopian Club, a group organized last year at the time of the clean-up campaign, has proved itself to be one of the most worthwhile and outstanding clubs of the school. x The purpose of the club is to keep the halls clean and clear-clean of papers, and clear of pupils with a desire to wander. The club was under the competent leadership of Mr. Anthony Jannone, who supervised and offered suggestions to improve the work of the club and, therefore, the school. Mr. Maurice Wilson is also to be congratulated for his willing assistance. The club has a court before which offenders are tried and sentenced. Its chief function, however, is carried out by the hall duty of the members, who occupy tables in the corridors and act as inspectors of traffic while classes are in progress. lUNlI CC WIC ASSOCIATION Prrsi:lc'11l - SHIRLEY METZGER Secrefary - RITA LANDESMAN Vice PrrfsizIz'11! EDITH SCI-IXVARTZ Arlviscr - MRS. MARTHA I-IOPLER The Junior Civic Association has carried on an unusually successful program of service and help this year. Opening its season, the club sponsored during "Book Weeli" a campaign which provided the school library with Fortune Magazine. The entire school cooperated with the Welfare committee at Christmas time, and twenty-five families were supplied with food, clothing, goodies, and toys. In order to carry out this Christmas work pledges were made by members of the club, and various people interested in the functions of the club donated generously. The club sponsored a play, "The Columbine Madonna," and with the aid of the Dramatic Club raised money for the school relief fund and welfare work. To increase this fund a Noon-time Dance was iven, a Christmas Pacltin Part , and a Can Weeli g g ny . I - Pro ram. A luncheon to ed off the most successful season of this or anizauon. This 3 .PP . . . 5 . luncheon was the first in the history of the club, and it IS hoped It will become traditional. Mrs. Hopler, the club adviser, and the school as a Whole deserve a great deal of praise for the excellent work that has been done. The J. C. A. may well use this year's program as an inspiration for future success. 'fi SERVICE CLUB This group of students takes a large and important part in the work of the school. Every member is given certain duties to perform, which are carried out with the courtesy and firmness needed in keeping this complex school organization running smoothly. Service Club members regulate traffic between periods, and enable our 1600 pupils to pass through the corridors with a minimum of crowding and disorder. Nominations for this club are made during the latter part of the year. The candidates are chosen from a vote by the students, the faculty, and the Service Club. This group, with its high ideals, has lived up to its past records in 1936-37, and has aided other organizations, always for the benefit of the student body. P1'esi11e11t - - WILLIAM LANTERMAN Vive Prrsirfwzi - NATALIE SHERMAN Sewcfury - - JESSIE BRICKER Arluixzfr MR. PAUL J. FOGEL yr PR alPlEACClE lFlElLlL WSHIP Gradually the students of the High School are coming to realize the importance of the Pro-Peace Fellowship. It is the organization's earnest wish that all the world may realize the importance of its aim. This group of about thirty members carried on a campaign with posters and mottoes, a presentation of the peace play H1918-and Nowf' and an inspiring as- sembly program by Dr. Walter W. Van Kirk. They ended the year with a food sale in May. Capably headed by Jack Wiley, they discussed problems of world peace in their meetings, and on one occasion held a debate with members of the Debating Club. Their desire to educate for peace and the encouragement they received from their faculty adviser, Miss Campbell, have caused them to consider their work a step in the progress of growing goodwill toward mankind-"Peace on Earth." Prcsiz1'r'11l - - JACK XVILIEY Vin' P!'l'Xi!ll'1lf - - CARREL MYERS Sz'r1'c'ir11'y tlllll Tl'!'1ISlll'L'l' - LOUISE PIIZRSON Azlzfisrr - - MISS IiLSIIi CAMPBELL THE RAMATIIKC Prcxin"vnt - - - ROBERT CRANE Via' Prexizlmt - - ROBERT SMITH Secretary - - BETTE JOLLEY TrL'ax11rer - ROBERT BARTRON Faculty Adviser ------- MISS A. K. JOHNSON The lure of the theatre has drawn about one hundred and fifty Morristown High School students into the Dramatic Club. The average person, seeing one of the finished productions displayed on our stage, does not realize the vast number and great variety of de- partments needed in order to make the performance successful. Elec- tricians, publicity agents, property managers, make-up artists, script directors and scenery painters, as well as the cast itself, are all very necessary. Miss Johnson, with the aid of the executive board, very Capably handles the problem of choosing the plays to be given, and sees that practically everyone is kept busy in one activity or another throughout the year. SIEASO Each member of the club strives to earn the one hundred points required for admission to the National Thespians or to the Dramatic Honorary Society. This year about twenty were granted the privilege. One of the projects of special interest that were carried on during the year was the presentation of two matinees, which were received with such approval that by demand the Dramatic Club put on four plays at an evening performance in May. This performance was the highlight of an outstanding season. Other plays were presented during the year for the benefit of the C. A., P.-T. A., and the Pro-Peace Fellowship. The club members meet about three or four times a year, while the executive board meets twice a month. To illustrate just how much interest there actually is in dramatics, there are one hundred and thirty-seven active members. Many former members of the Dramatic Club are now engaged in professional work, which indicates the excellent training afforded by this organization. COMMERCIAL ClLlUlBS Pl'0Xillt'71f - SYLVIA MILLER Vin' PI'C'.Yitll'l1f - - CLAIRE SMITH Srclwtnry - 1 AUDREY PATTERSON Treasurer - - VIOLA SMITH Arl1.'in'r MISS CARMEN BOURGOIN The Commercial Club has completed another of its successful seasons-both financially and socially. The money began pouring in when the club took over the business end of the sale of benefit movie tickets for the music department, and Con- tinued with many other money-making schemes throughout the year. The charitable work for the year consisted of a complete dinner sent out to a needy family at Thanksgiving, and another on Christmas day. Membership in the club is limited to those girls fboys too, although they have been quite bashful this yearj taking at least two commercial subjects. Two cash prizes were awarded at graduation to the student having the highest average in shorthand, typing, and office practice for three years, and a similar prize to the one having the highest average in bookkeeping and accounting. .miriam -.4 wi., ar, rmrw ..-+i-- - ,Wy-may-.E .-vo' 41 i - if A'-mf-me -' "' f' ' ' ' ' ' ' M. H, S. PRESS QCLUS City Eifiiar HARRY STAPLER Crlplninx - - NAN WOODCQCK. EVELYN KRAUSS Arlzfiscr - MR. RICHARD K. PRENTICE The Press Club, organized under the capable supervision of Mr. Prentice, the faculty adviser, had a very successful year. It consists of twelve regular and ten asso- ciate members. Their meetings were held the third period on Mondays. Its members have cooperated faithfully, and the Press Club has been very active in Morristown High Sch0o1's affairs. Some of the special interests carried out during the year were the handling of publicity for the Parent-Teachers' Association, and many other special releases. The clulfs principal activity consisted in a column of school news for the Daily Record and other nearby papers. Club members took turns in writing and editing this material. CC EMTSTR fClLlU President - - FRANCES BASH Vice Prcrirlcnt MYRON FRIEDMAN Szfrrrlary - - EVELYN HIBBARD 'Tl'0!lSll7'l'l' ----- MILDRED ANDERSON Advisers MR. CHESTER OSBORN, MR. OLIVER ROBINSON The membership of the Chemistry Club is small but enthusiastic. Only students standing high in class Work in the subject are eligible. This, and a real interest in chemistry, comprise the qualifications. About 15 students belong to the group. The club met regularly three times a month, with a different chairman for each meeting. After refreshments, experiments were performed. Some of the topics con- sidered were rubber, potassium, bromine, and nitrogen fixation. The members gained a great deal of information beyond the material in the regular course of study, and enjoyed the opportunity to perform experiments of their own, Mr. Osborn assisted with supervision and advice. RlllFlLlE CCL B Prvsirlwll - JAMES RHOADES Trmxlum - - BYRON SHERMAN Srcrelnry JOHN BORCI-IERDT Crumb MR. EDWARD C. TUTTLE Tlav purposes of the Rifle Club are as follows: 1. To train young people to handle safely the .22 rifle. 2. To discourage the use of the rifle other than on a target range under proper supervision. 3. Care of the rifle. 4. Sighting and positions. S. Correlation of the mind, eye, hand, and muscles in the art of rifle marksmanship. . i 6. Nomenclature, ballistics, and the history of firearms. 7. Competitions. The organization, under Mr. Tuttle's leadership, has carried out successfully the various objectives listed above. Although the group is small, its interest and enthusiasm are high. Regular practice sessions, both indoor and outdoor, helped to develop an excellent standard of proficiency in its members. EBATHNG CLUB Prv.vir1r11l - ROBERT BURCI-I Facnlfy AIl'lf'iSF1'S - MISS GLADYS MILLER Sf'cri'iury-Trfaxnrcr DOROTHY FRITTS MR. DITLOW SCHROLL When the Debating Club began to organize last September the outlook did not ap- pear any too bright, as there was only one veteran from the previous year, Thomas Biebigheiser. However, once the campaign was launched some excellent material ap- peared, and the result was a most successful season. This year the club scheduled its initial debate with Dover High School, followed in quick succession by Somerville, Passaic, Boonton, and various other high schools throughout the state. An amusing incident concerning the debate with Passaic was that after traveling some twenty-eight miles, the team discovered, much to their chagrin, that the debate was to be held one week later. The question debated during this season was: "Resolved, that the United States government should own and operate the electric utilities of the country." One of the principal functions of the Debating Club is to teach young men and women the correct way to deliver a speech or an address. It also is very beneficial to the members, as each debate is on a question of the present day, thus creating a better understanding of modern conditions. It encourages acquaintance with different people from all parts of the state. The close of the season was ushered out with one of the best debates given. This was for the benefit of the Pro-Peace Fellowship. The question was: "Resolved, that the United States should increase its army and navy for self protection." Although two members will be lost through graduation, the club under the guidance of Miss Miller and Mr. Schroll is looking forward to a banner season next year. lKlE2lElP'lERS OF THE GATES Adviser - Mr. Harold T. Hamlen Did you ever stop to think just how many thousands of dollars passed through the hands of these fifteen efficient and capable Keepers of the Gates? These students, who volunteered their services for the sole purpose of selling and collecting tickets at all our home athletic contests, have rendered a great service. They have chosen to remain outside the door when every red-blooded stuclent feels the urge to be inside cheering for his team. This shows what splendid school spirit our students really have. These Keepers of the Gates are usually members of the senior class, preferably ae- counting or office practice students. This organization is most certainly a worthwhile school function. Credit also is due to Mr. Harold Hamlen who is at the head of this group. Service to the school is combined with valuable practical training in this activity. STUDENT lFllNANfClE BKOARD r GIRLS, HLY P7'C'5id!?1lIf - CARREL MYERS Virc Prrxidcnt - - MARIE HOLMES Sz'crz'fary - DOROTHY WAGNER Trruslznfr - - - LOUISE PIERSON Adviser - MISS ELEANOR MCCLELLAND This year the Girls' Hi-Y, as in previous years, fulfilled its main objective, which is to "ind and give the best it can." The membership is limited to junior and senior girls of the high school. Regular supper meetings are held every two weeks at the local Y. M. C. A. The meetings are varied from those with speakers to business meetings in which future meetings, money making schemes, dances, and so forth are discussed. Organized entertainment fol- lows many of them. Through the course of the year the group took a trip into New York to see Helen Hayes in "Victoria Regina," and at Christmas time they helped a family in Maine and the people of Caney Creek, Kentucky. They also held their annual Mother and Daughter banquet which was a great success. Many worthwhile speakers were enjoyed by the group this year, and the programs promised for next year are very outstanding ones. The main purpose of this organization is to promote good sportsmanship, clean living, and high scholarship, along with its principal idea, good fellowship among the boys of the school. The club is divided into three groups accord- ing to classes, with a total active membership of approximately 50. Weekly supper meetings are held at the Y. M. C. A., and topics of interest are discussed and debated. The club was instrumental in securing the re- sumption of athletic relations with Madison High School, and has taken an active part in the school's social life by sponsoring the popular tea dances in the gym. A number of the members attended the State Older Boys' Conference in Collingswood, and several went to Dover for a sectional con- ference. In March the oiiicers for next year were chosen, including John Torpy as president, John Riley and George Burke as vice-presidents, Robin An- derson as secretary, and Richard Cullen as treas- urer. The capable leadership of Mr. Robinson and Mr. Lawton has assisted in rounding out a most successful year. The membership of the organiza- tion has never been larger or more enthusiastic. Next year should be even more outstanding in its achievement, as a large group will remain after the graduation of the seniors. B Prvxirlcflf - Virc 1"residruls Sc'crelr1ry Trz'asur1'n' Arluiscrx YS, IHIIIQY - ROBERT BARTRON - - JOHN RILEY PAUL NICHOLAS WILLIAM NICHOLAS - ROBERT HICKERSON - MR. OLIVER ROBINSON MR. HAROLD LAWTON IF IENCCH CILTU PH'-YiffC'l1i - - EVA FELD TfE!lSlll'fl' - JUNE LEE WOODCOCK Vice Prz'sif1c'ul - EVELYN I-IIBBARD Aduixers - MISS RI-IODA LIPPINCOTT Svcrvt.'n'y - - FRANCES FISCH MISS MARGARET ECKMAN The French Club went exclusive this year when it allowed only those Who attended the first two meetings of the club to become members. In this way the membership of the club was maintained at 43. From every standpoint the year 1936-37 was the most successful that the "Cercle Francais" ever experienced. Each meeting was well attended and aided by the ad- visers, Miss Lippincott and Miss Eckman, the program chairmen provided the club with lively entertainment every time. The highlight of the year came at Christmas, when a pageant, "Le Meracle du Clocher," which was written and directed by Miss Eckman, was enacted by some of the members. Ten students who had expressed a desire to become a part of the French Club were initiated in February. At the same meeting an exciting play about the French Revolu- tion Was given. In connection with the Pro-Peace Club, which was sponsoring a peace campaign, the French Club devoted one meeting to peace. Authentic costumes from various parts of France were modeled and the lives of two peace advocates, Romain Rolland and Henry II, were reviewed. French students who studied the story of Rene in Malot's "Sans Familie" were delighted to see the story come to life on the screen. The French Club sponsored this movie version of the story, the proceeds of which were used for a trip to New York which senior members made in the spring. M. ,,,,. 3 , rt .viv 2 - .1-V-IP W .. ni' 'wif -ZH' f,- , - ,v -. Lf , ' u-..4 QL-, , - I SPANISH CLUB Prcxirlmzf - - EVELYN THALER Su'rcla1'y ROBIN ANDERSON Vice Prcsiilcnf - SAMUEL GOLDENBERG Trenxnrer ---- JOHN TORPY Afl-Lfixvr - MISS ELEANOR MCCLELLAND To be a member of the Spanish Club, a student must have an average of B or above in his second year, or have completed three years of Spanish. Meeting every other Monday during the year, the club has had many enjoyable days. Plays were given, along with songs and poems, and games were played. Often after meetings the members of the club adjourned to the cooking room to enjoy tea or cocoa and Cake, prepared by the female members. -The one great achievement to which all the members will point with pride is the 22-16 beating which the underdog, the Spanish Club, handed to the French Club in a hotly contested basketball game. The purpose of the club is to further interest in Spanish affairs among the stu- dents taking the language, and to give these students a chance to speak the language in a more practical way than can be afforded during class. SHOP ORIEMJEN Prfsizicul - LINCOLN MULLEN Vice Prrxiflcnf HARVEY KING Sfm'r'tm'y-T1'm1s11rw' - JOSEPH GIOGLIO Fflflllfjl Adviser MR. HAROLD EATON The shop foremen are selected by the Industrial Arts instructors and by former shop foremen. In- structors choose the members, who are usually upperclassmen, at the beginning of each school year from the students showing the most ability, both in leadership and workmanship. The members, about thirty in number, organ- ize in September, hold meetings as occasion re- quires, and plan several trips to industrial plants. Three foremcn are on duty during each period of shop. Their duties are many and varied. They help the less experienced students in operating the various machines, promote "safety Hrstn at all times, endeavor to keep all students interested in their work, check attendance, and at the end of the period check all tools and the condition of all machines and benches. A new checking system has been started this term. Each of the three foremen on duty during each period has his own part of the shop to check, and turns a signed slip into the Industrial Arts office at the end of each period. This is a truly splendid organization, and goes far under the watchful eye of the adviser, Mr. Eaton. The Shop Foremen have planned several trips this year. They have visited the 4-1 box factory in Rockaway, the Ford plant in Edgewater, N. J., and the General Electric Plant in Newark. BOY SCCOIUTS S!'0llfHIllXfl'I' - MR. HAROLD EATON Asx!.Sro11fn1us!z'r.t - CLIFFORD TILLOTSON, HAROLD NIXON, MR. RAYMOND WEBB, MR. ALBERT FROST. junior Arsixfmlis - CHARLES FETZER, CHARLES SAVAGE, GEORGE HUTCHINSON, ROBERT HEATH, JOSEPH WILEY. Senior Patrol Lmzlcr - CHARLES DUTTON Palm! Lzfarlzrrs - VREELAND COLEGROVE, ROBERT RATI-I, GEORGE PETERS, EDWARD KING, XVILLIAM BASH. Chairman, Troop Com. - MR. J. B. XVILEY Although the membership of the Boy Scouts is not drawn exclusively from the school, the ma- jority of leaders and members are connected with M. H. S., and meetings are held in the school building on Monday evenings. The troop is fortunate in having the outstand- ing leadership of Mr. Eaton, who is recognized as one of the IHOSE successful Scout executives in the state. Under his direction the group has set a high standard of achievement, and maintains a program that reflects great credit on the school. In addition to the routine work of the year, a trip was made to Schiff Reservation to take part in a three-day conference. Members acted as guides at the County Fair, and served in various capacities at other school and community func- tions. Several scouts plan to attend the national Jamboree in Washington in June. The troop is divided into five patrols, with a separate organization for the older members. The total membership includes about 70 boys. Among the outstanding achievements of the year were the award to Mr. Eaton of the Silver Beaver, in recognition of his services to scout- ing, and the attainment of Eagle Scout rank by Robert Heath. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Supervisor - Miss Anna Roberts Aiding Miss Roberts in our library is this group of volunteer workers, who have proved themselves a valuable asset to the school. These eighteen students assist in the detailed work of the library in checking outgoing and incoming books, minimizing the book loss, helping in the important bookkeeping records, mending worn or de- faced books, and giving their help whenever it is necessary. There is also the splendid cooperation of those members of the Service Club who render valuable service, in giving up study periods in order to aid in a close checking of books, library attendance, and the enforcement of library regulations during the absence of Miss Roberts. The school is truly fortunate to have such a group of helpful and reliable students, giving such willing service. RCC IESTRA Conductor - Mr. Charles Meys This year,s orchestra, of some 50 members, was the Hrst in the school to have the opportunity of working on music of the modern composers, which has provided an interesting change. It has played throughout che year for assemblies as well as for the senior play, Commencement, and other school functions. An evening concert was given in the fall for the Parent- Teachers' Association, and in May another program was presented as part of the annual spring music festival. William Thompson achieved individual distinction when he was chosen as Hrst string bass in the student orchestra at the Eastern Music Supervisors' Convention, held in Buffalo during che month of April. This position, achieved in competition with picked musicians from several states, reflects great credit on the organization. BAND Leader - Mr. Charles Meys Here is one of Morristown High School's most popular organiza- tions. The band has shown a great deal of improvement over previous years. Besides appearing very prominently at all of the season's football games, the boys did their share in the Y.' M. C. A, Circus and many other public functions. Mr. Meys, the leader, is convinced that this year's band was one of the most capable as well as cooperative groups he has worked with. Aubrey Smith and Harold Jones acted efhciently as drum majors. GLIEIE CLUBS Director - Mr. Robert M. Howard In our Girls' Glee Club there is youth, beauty, and song. Many of the members are also in the A Cappella Choir or the Training Choir. This organization offers opportunities to girls who have had little experience in music. The group offers valuable experience to its members, and has enjoyed a most successful year. We can certainly be proud of our Boys' Glee Club. Although the student body does not hear very much about this group of singers, they have been heartily congratulated wherever they have appeared. Credit also must be given to Mr. Howard, who tirelessly yielded the baton and toiled zealously so that the Boys' Glee Club would become an organization well worthy of the com- mendation of all. From the A Cappella Choir has grown a smaller choir of selected voices, the Madrigal Choir. This group, too, has entertained at P.-T. A. meetings, at the Masonic Temple, at the Kiwanis Club, and several other places. The Spiritual Choir, always a favorite organiza- tion in M. H. S., has carried on its tradition of expert choral work, specializing in folk songs and spirituals. Their appearances in public have been few, but they are always enthusiastically received. , f in his - A CAPPELLA CHUIR The A Cappella Choir has the distinction of being the largest, as well as one of the best, in the history of the music department. It contains 76 members. The choir has given many enter- tainments this year, among them the annual candle procession service at Christmas, and a service at Restland Memorial Park. Assembly programs, too, have been varied with selections by the choir. The A Cappella and Madrigal choirs have been a source of great pleasure to the students privi- leged to take part in these organizations. They are respected and loved by the High School, and by the people of Morristown as a whole. This year, as always, the A Cappella choir passes the torch to the choir of next year, satis- fied with a year of work and fun, and grateful for the privilege of having added a little beauty to the school ritual by Way of song. BIOLOGY CLUB Prt'xi:lrnl - - -7 LINFORD EYRICK Sr't'rz'h1ry fl mf Tl'L'HXIll'f1' - LYNN MCCABE Arlvisfr - - MR. PAUL J. FOGEL One of the most successful clubs to be organ- ized this year was the Biology Club. Under the able leadership of Mr. Fogel this group has had a varied and interesting program. To qualify for this organization a member must have taken or be taking biology, and one of the teachers must recommend him. A ballot is then taken by the club and membership is granted by a two-thirds vote. Although this is only its first year, there are fifteen enthusiastic members, headed by Linford Eyrick as president, and Lynn McCabe as secre- tary and treasurer. This year the club took a trip to New York where they visited the Aquarium, American Museum of Natural History, and the Planetarium. This trip proved to be very educational as well as pleasurable. Every one returned home feel- ing tired but happy, and with increased knowl- edge. Witli its very successful start this club should become established as a permanent organization in M. H. S. CAMERA CLUB Prvsiifeflls - NAN WOODCOCK, KENNETH LOWERY Vin' PI'l'5illC'lIfS CARL STURGKIS, JOHN ROONEY Sz'r'rL'h1ry-Trrarnrcrx ROBERT DICKSON, . LOUISE PIERSON Adzfixer - MR. S. WILSON GILLINGHAM The first call for Camera Club members this year brought forth scores of students from which a handful were selected, forming two divisions, meeting on different days. These students have advanced this organiza- tion to a place where Camera Club members can demand recognition, and can expect large en- rollments in future years. The industrious work of a few has given the club the kind of publicity that counts. Mem- bership should increase next year and with greater interest in photography, better work should result. Under their experienced tutor, Mr. Gilling- ham, the members have studied picture-taking, developing, tinting, retouching, and the minor important technicalities of photography. ATHLETICS BASKETBALL COACHING STAFF Head Coach - - JAMES MacINTYRE Assistant - - HAROLD EATON Morristown 42 High Bridge - 7 49 Netcong - - 20 18 Alumni - - 17 11 Trenton - - 19 31 Paterson E. S. - - 32 30 Thomas jefferson - 13 28 Blair Academy - - 20 26 Garfield - - - 20 36 Asbury Park - - 17 37 Bloomfield - 29 20 Perth Amboy - - 22 32 West Orange - - 15 31 Plainfield - - 27 29 Asbury Park - - 28 29 Dickinson - 22 41 Linden - - - 14 36 Long Branch - - 23 28 Bloomfield - 33 ZS Somerville - ZZ 36 South Side - 34 40 Orange - - 26 32 Memorial - - 20 35 Emerson - - 28 30 Memorial - - - - 19 30 Dickinson - - - 31 34 Western, Wasli., D. C. - 1,9 35 St. Peters, Mass. - - 26 34 Brown Prep, Phila. - - 46 GP-28 W-22 L-6 Our 1937 basketball team will go down in history as one of the smoothest Working quintets ever seen at Morristown High. The Maroon and White displayed top form all season, building up a record of twenty-two wins and six losses. The basketeers opened their season by win- ning a double header, and then downing the strong Alumni five, 18-17. Two setbacks in a row at the hands of Trenton and Paterson East Side constituted the Maroon's longest losing streak of the season. The satin-clad cagers then scored five in a row before they were stopped by Perth Amboy. That night both Captain Lonergan and Coach Maclntyre were confined to bed with the grippe. With the team at full strength the Macmcn rode roughshod over six opponents. Notable in this streak were wins over Asbury Park, the second of the year, and Dickinson. Our courtsters were then halted by an inspired Bloomfield five, 28-33. The quintet displayed their best form as they closed the season, downing Somerville, South Side in overtime, Orange, and Memorial. These four wins marked a milestone in M. H. S. court history, as they brought the team's total number of wins under Jim Maclntyre to 300 in his twenty years of coaching-a fine record by a great coach. 1 Morristown continued to win. After receiving an expected invitation to the State Tournament they headed a strong Emerson team 35-28, and then routed Memorial by eleven points. However, their march toward the State title was rudely halted when they dropped a one point decision to a fighting Dickinson five which they had previously defeated. Another team which our boys had beaten during the regular season took top honors as Bloomfield beat Asbury in the finals. Unexpected recognition was brought to the Maroon and Wlmite when it was invited to the Eighteenth Annual Eastern States Championship tournament at Glens Falls, N. Y. This tourna- ment was made up of the best high, prep, and parochial school teams in the East. For the first round the Maroon drew as its op- ponent WCSEC1'11 I-Iigh of Wfashington, D. C., which they defeated handily, 34-19. Next our quintet met and conquered St. Peter's High. Brown Prep of Philadelphia was not overrated when it was picked to win the championship. Brown completely outclassed Morristown to hand us our worst beating of the season, 46-34, and take its second straight Eastern title. For the first time in many, many years Mor- ristown had two players who topped the 200 mark in scoring. jazz Dempsey, with an in- credible 280, and Runko Johnson, with a mighty 215, made history. Other high scorers for the team were Phil Reichert with 150, and Robbie Lonergan with 124. Sandy Fleury, the other regular, scored but fifty-nine, but was noted for his fine defensive game. Often facing taller, more experienced men, scoring threats on their teams, he held his opponents to an average of five points per game. For the third time in four years Morristown placed a player on the All-State team. Robbie Lonergan, rated by many as the best guard in the state, placed his name among Jersc-:y's basketball immortals. More glory was brought to our boys at Glens Falls when Runko Johnson received, out of some eighty boys, the trophy awarded to the player in the tournament most valuable to his team. In the same tourney Jazz Dempsey received a silver medal for the most foul shots made in one game. Above all, M. H. S. can be proud of the beautiful trophy given to the runner-up in the tourney. The boys certainly, deserved some award for their outstanding play all season. caught a pass to score as Plainfield was downed, OOTBAJLIL Morristown 0 - - Butler 6 Morristown 0 - East Orange Z7 Morristown 0 South Orange 13 Morristown 13 - Red Bank 0 Morristown 6 Plainfield 0 Morristown 12 Boonton 13 Morristown 0 Montclair 6 Morristown 0 - Union Hill 26 Morristown 0 Madison 7 Morristown 0 - Dover 12 31 110 COACHING STAFF I-Imfl Crmrb - - - WILLIAM K. FLYNN Axxistantx - MICHAEL LaBOVE, DANIEL SINCLAIR, ROBERT LAVANTURE, OLIVER ROB- INSON, DITLOW SCHROLL, JOHN POLIACIK, WILLIAM FROST. It was the same old story as Morristown brought its 1936 football campaign to a close. The team was a fairly good one, but it lost games it should have won, thereby hanging up a none too impressive record of two wins and eight losses. The Maroon and White opened its season with Butler, considered by many as a set-up. However, the underdogs came through with a touchdown early in the third quarter to win. In their second game the crimson-helmeted lads were completely outclassed, 27-0, by East Orange. Showing new life, the Maroon held a highly touted Columbia eleven to a 13-0 win at South Orange. Then in one week, Morristown, scored two, its only two, victories. On Monday, scores by Steffen and Duff against Red Bank gave the Maroons their first win. Five days later, Dexter 6-0. The winning streak was snapped when Boonton emerged victorious, 13-12, in a thrill-packed battle. The strong Montclair team defeated the Maroon, 6-0, despite Gregory's 83 yard run. The Maroon then staggered through a 26-0 beating by Union Hill. In a listless game, Madison handed the Maroon and White a stunning upset by a 7-0 score. The season closed on Thanksgiving Day as Dover won the fourteenth annual Morris- town-Dover game, 12-0. Outstanding all season was the inspiring play of little Tommy Gregory in the backfield. Tony De Iorio in the line also played good football. Dick Steffen as a blocking back received little glory, but deserves a great deal of credit. Also, honor must go to those others who played their last year for M. H. S. After a surprisingly poor season in 1936, the Maroon and White diamond men set out this spring to turn in a good one: Already their record is better than last year's, and they have shown potentialities of becoming an outstanding nine. Coach Sinclair's charges opened their campaign with a fine 1-0 win -over Plainfield, when Loy Harman pitched an excellent game, allowing but four scattered hits. They dropped their second contest, 8-4, to Bloomield, due partly to their unfamiliarity with the Bloomfield diamond. How- ever, this showed a marked improvement over last year's 17-2 beating. "Jazz" Dempsey and "Dusty" Harman, both veterans, have carried the pitching burden, with Bert Hennion and Steve Halko ready to step in- ,f' '3 M., .,. Q Q BASEBALL 1 ...,.. .,.,.... P lainfield .,..... 4 ...,.. ...,.... B loomfield ...,. . .... 12 ..... ..,.. C hatham ....... ....,. 2 ,..... ..... H illside ..,. ...... 1 3 12 ..... ..... M adison ,.,.... 8 ..... .... S outh Orange ...... 10 ..... ........ B oonton ....... 3 ..... ...... B lair Acad. ,..,. 4 ...,. ,.,.. G arfield .... ...,.. 2 ..... ..... O range .,.. ...... 1 1 5 ..... .... B utler ...... COACHING STAFF Head Coach - - DANIEL SINCLAIR Assistants - - OLIVER ROBINSON, DITLOW SCHROLL to relief roles. Behind the bat, Fran Miller, a regular last season, and Phil Reichert have been dividing the receiving. The infield is stud- ded with veterans. Robbie Lonergan holds down the initial sack while "Runko" Johnson is across from him at third base. Between these two are "Notes" Horner, a veteran, at the keystone sack, and "Hank" Wright, a newcomer, at shortstop. In the outfield we have regulars from '36 in every position: "Babe" Kinscherf in left field, Carl Holbig in center, and Lou Beyer in right. Beyer or Miller may be shifted to infield duty. These two would then be replaced by Len Stauf- fenberger, an outfielder, and Pete Bellis, a catcher. Beyer, last season's leading batter, along with Johnson, Kinscherf, and Lonergan, has led the Maroons at bat. ittii f ' , E .E H w ,?,-- ..,,iim,, w 1 - 11, tj?--jpg vi M, 5 '.-:' Y M, H su ,1- l t, Agia'-'a.g-,,,2, , ,iiiwl ... v . ...,-4. ,,: TENNIS The 1937 tennis squad started out with two experienced players from the 1936 team. Marsh, who played in the third singles po- sition, and Nelson Kapp, who played doubles in 1936, were moved up to the first and second singles berths. Jack Hipson and Elmer Beavers alternated at the third singles post. Kenneth McKinley, Billy Thompson, Malcolm Oberlin, and Richard Steffen all saw service during the season, playing the doubles in various combinations. The team lost its first match to Bound Brook, S-0. The next two were victories for Morristown over Madison and Boonton, both by 4-1 scores. Matches with Millburn, Morristown School, Bound Brook, and Moun- tain Lakes remained to be played at time of going to press. The team showed rapid improvement af- ter the season started, and prospects were bright for keeping up the good record which Morristown tennis squads have made in re- cent years. Mr. Marcus Smith and Mr. Ed XVicks sponsored the team. An encouraging feature is the large number of promising young players now in the freshman and sophomore classes. CHEER LEADERS Fight, team, fight! Never before in the history of Morristown High School have there been tap dancing, trucking, singing, and acrobatic cheerleaders, each with a different talent. The cheerleaders, under the capable leadership of Mr. Jenkins, inspired our basket- ball and football teams to victory on many occasions. The fine spirit of the cheer- leaders even in defeat kept the morale of the teams so high that they were fighting every second of the game. The school took great pride in the attractive appearance of this group, their snappy outfits, the excellent teamwork they displayed, and the great variety of cheers they were trained to lead. If prizes were given for cheerleaders, the M. H. S. delegation would have a trophy case packed to the doors. Coach - Mr. Lawrence Jenkins Siddy Wiss Pauline Camisa Jackie Rector John Riley Barbara Long Lois Callahan Irene Holbig Carmen Pagano hl. 4 ri A f lx .A I, X I GIRLS' AT LIETIICCS "mzi.'. A , mn.s,U.- ,f 4vl!.m..1GE1lQ.aiJ.Iil'v 1-:Zh-m'!1u..'Ef-fa UWEFQQ- a.G'..e-aai'L'I5K- Ziff'-'fwe54L'rwe.0E'4q,65 A'4iSFI-?L.m.Lvni:,LsT-vu --- --..i..... .-ivy' I 4 ,j...... 4 1 ,F 33 1. v i xl s-'BQ -'v-l2"-.- rr .S+ HJ, Prr'xiflr11f - V ire Prrsirl 1' ul - Sf'c'rUh1ry - Treasn rw' - - A111-'ism' - ALICE BARRETT - HELENE SIMMS FRANCES GLENNON PAULINE SORANNO MISS VIRGINIA R. MANTON GIIRILS9 ATHLETIC CCILIUB Interest in sports among girls is kept very much alive by the numerous activities of the Girls' Athletic Club. In the fall, the season opens with hiking, a sport faithfully followed by fresh air enthusiasts. This year's Hiking Club is the largest on record, proving the increasing popularity of this activity. Riding, a sport enjoyed by the hardier members of the club, is also interesting larger numbers. The Rifle Group, recently added to the list, shows the tendency to more difiicult sports. Winter sports start in full swing with basket- ball. Inter-class games are played and sometimes outside competition afforded. A foul shooting contest is sponsored by the G. A. C. and prizes awarded to the winner. Acrobats then enter the spotlight through the organization of the Tumb- ling Club, whose main appearance is in the local circus. For those who dream of summer days in the old swimming hole the Athletic Club fulfills this vision by the newly formed Swimming Club. Meets are arranged with nearby schools and have proved to be very successful. Spring brings back the Hiking Club. A track team is composed of several girls who participate in a meet held in a neighboring community. Per- haps the most popular spring sport is baseball. While inter-class games are not possible, other games are played. Last, but not least, is tennis. A tennis champion receives a cup for her suc- cess, and tournaments of singles and doubles are an annual event. H H PROGRESS PUBLISHING C0 CALDWELL, N. J. I .LI fi.. :.I.. "...'1w.1'f5 ' --Rfb?" ' ' ...-fqy'-pg I-' I I. In . HP- . .-iid' .P -3.!'4- .,-- Tn' "lb:-4 III- . -. .. - . ...ff- -IIII.: :I TI I I I iIIII.II I .IHIII T4 .. ' 1 ' H .481 I IT - ,ILIQIIIII-IL? l. Ilgr-4 mln. , - I' , as EF' 'H ' Wwjly :Ugg at ."".PgE:g15 E' ' itil , :- ':.wIgIj?"':"'?,.. I '. 1 . 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