Morristown High School - Cobbonian Yearbook (Morristown, NJ)

 - Class of 1950

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The graduating class of 1950 dedicate this Cobbonian to Mr. Schroll as a measure of the esteem in which we hold him. ADMINISTRATION New l Dr. Bogle came to Morristown High School two years ago from the Ocean City schools. This year he has continued to carry on his plans for bettering the Morristown school system a job which he has handled with much success The class of 50 wishes to thank our Super mtendent of Schools for the fine job he is doing and for the benefits which he has made possible since his arrival in MHS What he has done will make our school a finer place to remember BOARD OF EDUCATION Clarence T Thompson Prerzdent William R Morris V1cePre.r1dent Frederick W Smart Dr Donald A Delpho Miss Aida Iorio Dzftnft Clerk Mrs. Howard N. Stark -Q2 . . - - i l . . I I . A 4 H , ,vspxj --1 g , - f6 The members of the Class of 1950 are in- deed grateful to our kind and friendly prin- cipal, Mr. Wilson, for the understanding and interest he has always shown in our problems and in outside activities. Mr. Wilson was at the head of the junior high school during our first two years, and then as we made the jump to the senior high, Mr. Wilson journeyed along with us. We will always remember his patience and fairness throughout the past four years. .138 if ...Q-if -------.un-an Mr. Harold Eaton has persevered through the sometimes trying and always tiring tasks of guiding us through our high school days and maintaining MHS as the school we have 6 3 M enjoyed so thoroughly. an educator and as a man 9.325 This year Mrs. Martha A. Hopler was added to the guidance staff, which We was again under the direc- f tion of Mr. Clyde Wein- hold. The guidance office spent much time consulting with members of the senior class to aid us in our choice of colleges or jobs, and working out courses of study. We are grateful to Mrs. Hopler and Mr. Weinhold for their interest in the welfare of the stu- dents of MHS. Mr. Eaton's straightforward impartial atti tude in dealing with our problems has led us all to hold him in the highest regard as FACULTY 36- If-sw XNKSTRATXON D Bogk Mr Wu ENGLXSH DEPARTMENT D tau mg B Lowa!! Mr Lxghtnt-J x L a L r M S Smxth umkm Sxmng M155 Yohz hss Sbuster Nlxss Hmock Mxss eu! Mrs Oeuhu bxumg xss lono IN r Ea on S0 M Wexnhold andmg Mxss Wnght rs Courts Mxss Lamermau Msss Hunt rs ut sem Mrs Hopin- MERCXAL DEPARTMENT xandmg r Zsmmerman Mr Reed M: aBove S hroh Sxmug Mr Hughes Mrs neon Mxss Ross Mxss Sunemaun Mr james ff XNDUSTK AL AND DOMESTKC ARTS Sxandmg M um M Tuttle M! Slunilcxs Sxttmg Mus Qugdienbulh Qhxbrananj Musa HM Mis Hxckey Abseuv. Cwde Ahen M Eoshre Wxcks 'AW' Av' 'Haggis C -P1 '23 P N LANGUAGES AND SOCIAL SCI ifmflgi MH Cgnpecilrsl c1iZ""'agfff sifing IS ckman M' :ss ohnson Ass xppmcott c e an Mss Go erty M1ss Cimpbtll I SENICDRS .f ' I.. -e ,gx 14 I yy! X xi Q "". -' ea L ' .. ,, , ,bk I-ruqkb-:var-L V v -4' N TQ 6' V? Q-J gl' N ax! ,-Z" 4-ff-"' . 'ki ...J J' the? Rrchard Adamsky Dirk Whrppany lays clarm to thrs brursrng guard who a mong other thrngs lbesrdes footballj asprres to be a gym teacher Drck rs sure to make the grade and who knows he may some day terch at hrs own alma mater Football 2 Xarsrty 3 4 Track 3 4 Chess Club Hr Carmen Ameho From Morrrstovsn we have Carmen Amelro an all round good fellow and an asset to MHS He rntends to do ac countrng after school days are over Hrs favorrte pastrmes are skatrng and bowlmg Carmen s pet sayrng W'hats the drf ference' rs a famrlrar slogan rn 315 Student Frnance Board 4 Nancy Helen Andreorlo Cheerful and frrendly rs the way to sum up thrs present rnd future offrce worker s per sonalrty Nancys excellent taste for attractrye clothes rs constantly berng admrred Her brrght smrle vsrll be mrssed after she departs from MHS Tr rrnrng Chorr 2 Twrrler 3 4 1 XL SSO 4 Student Coun trl 3 Red Lross Executrye Coun Ba g 4 7to1 rm Gladys Aiken Are you lookrng for a mel lovr dancer' Well youve found one for Gladys rs your gal Next year the Harlem Hosprtal wrll clarm her for Gladys rntends to enter the held of nursrng for whrch she has all the qualrfrcatrons 2 3 4 Tn Hr ff x G Anthony Allrsfrn Ronald Ambrose Tong Aye aye Srr are the words that vrrll soon rule Tonys lrfe He doesnt lrke to stay rn one place too long whrch probably accounts f hrs wantrng to yorn the Navy and see the world Tony wrll always be remembered for hrs rnterest rn hrstory and hrs cheerful drsposrtron I-Iam Another Morrrs Township lad to make good rs Ronny Ambrose known to most as Ham VC'hen not engaged rn the pursurt of wrld game he may often be found pursurng members of the farrer sex or searchrng for a good movre or place to swrm Ronny plans to become an electrrcran after graduatron Tramrng Chorr 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Shop Foreman 2 3 Dramatlc Club 2 Sight and Sound Service 3 4 Mary Evelyn Anderson ue Morrrstown rs the commun rty vshrch clarms Sue Her ambrtron rs to travel to Flor rda Collectrng prctures and gorng to partres rate hrgh wrth her After graduatron she vnrll enter the busrness held Trl Hr Y 4 Marron M Anglrn Maryorre Lourse Annrs ,1 Margie A lass vnrth .1 frrendly drs posrtrrrn who has made many frrends rs Ma Sleeprng late and the Brooklyn Dodgers rate tops wrth thrs attractrve mrss Wrth all her As and good qualrtres she has all the cqurpment for success I'rnmng Qhorr A Cappella orr Z T 3 4 4 Spanish Cluh 2 3 4 Broad 1ster Staff 3 4 IRC 4 ICA 4 Margre rs the grrl who makes rt her hobby to have a good trme After graduatron she plans to attend college and later become a stewardess Happy Flyrng to one of 50s nrcest members 'lmrnrng Chorr 2 A Cappella Lhorr 3 4 Color Guard 4 SSO I 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 4 a atrc Club 2 3 4 Cobbonran Staff 4 flass Secretary 3 ICA I'rrHl 1114 Anne Antonaccro Ann T 3 fr, lg ' gg ,, , 5 A 'U-. 2 ,r 4 'l . 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JoAnn Antony Thrs frrendly grrl wrth the grand drsposrtron harls from Moms Tovxnshrp She lrkes practrcally everythrng but nos ey people JoAnn plans to enter secretarral school after graduatron She ought to be a great asset to any busrness office Trarnrng Chorr 2 3 TrrHlY 4 JCA 4 7t0l Club 2 Gerald D Baker errj erry came to us from Orange Hrgh rn hrs sophomore vear He rntends to contrnue hrs studres at college For hrs vocatron after college jerry rs we-rghrng hrs decrsron between dentrstry and engrneerrng however vrrth hrs abrlrty and drrvrng ambrtron he should make good rn anythng h takes up French Club 3 Debatrng Club IRC Mrchael joseph Barry AllCounty for tvuo years All State rn hrs senror year thats rrght rts Morrrstowns massrxe lrneman Brg Mrke Barry Football plays an rm portant part rn Mrkes lrfe rn fact professronal football may some day lay clarm to Mrkes football abrlrty Col lege comes frrst howewer Shop Foreman 4 HrY 4 SSO 3 4 Class XrcePresxdent 4 Football 2 Co Captarn 3 4 Baseball Squad Z Narsrty 3 4 Basketball Squad 2 Track 3 4 Davrd A Armitage Dave Here rs an energetrc senror who expects to porn the Navy after graduatron make a qurck mrllron and retrre He enroys bowlrng and lrkes to have a good trme but somehow smok mg and norsy women dont rate wrth hrm Come agarn Dave' We dont get rt joseph Battaglra joe B Meet our Presrdent Besrdes hrs executrve abrlrty joe has contrrbuted much to sports at MHS as evrdenced by hrs startrng posrtron on the Col onrals 1948 State Champron football team and hrs basket ball plav for Mac before he was forced out wrth a leg rn rury Look for a future coach Class Presrdent 4 Football 2 3 Basketball 2 Carl Armstrong Army Havrng played both rn and out of school Army has garned a reputatron as berng one of the schools hnest bas ketball stars As .1 true ath lete Army enjoys hrs food and even more rmportant hrs women hrs ambrtron berng to make lots of money for the assurance of havrng a supply of each on hand Basketball Z Shop Foreman 2 3 H Gene Baysore Gene came to us from the armed forces rn hrs senror rear After graduatron he ex pects to go to college and be come 1 lawyer Hrs grrl frrend md good food rate hrgh as hrs prrncrpal lrkes Cmon lets go rs hrs favorrte sayrng Orchestra 4 eter S Austrn Pele P e rs another of the few quret persons rn MHS He hopes to contrnue hrs educa tron rn college and then enter thc world of busrness Boats ratc hrgh wrth Pete wrth water skrrng comrng., next khemrstry Club 3 4 Physrcs Klub 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 4 thee: tluh 4 Nenror Play 4 Dorothy E Barker Dot H ou can t mrss Dot tryrng to keep order around the halls of MHS as our SSO presrdent Sports square dancrng and Harry are favorrtes of hers and her ambrtron rs to get marrred rn a couple of years operator rn the meantrme lrarnrng Chorr 2 Lrbrary As srstant 4 SSO 3 Presrdent 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 Busmess Manager 4 Track 3 Softball 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 nrs " Archery 2 Swrmmrng 4 Horace Beckwith Berk Horace a well known Krng Hrll rrtrzen rntends to go on to college and then take up law for hrs career Horace lrkes sports but drslrkes grg glrng grrls Horaces person alrty and good looks wrll combrne to push hrm up that ladder of success r 4 Physrcs Clu Broadcaster Staff 2 3 4 Base ball Squad 9 Basketball Squad Track 4 513 .X 1 4 iw irif f' . g I ll fl P ' . . . . ll Y! . . 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A . , - Y . , s H-Y 3, Q b 4: Q . v 5 ' I ' v r 5 ' - ' ' 9 , : -9 . . 2: . , ,, l Raymond G Behnke 4 Ray rs another of those llte tome-rs to the class of 50 He arrnved at MHS ln Sep tcmber from North Carolma Math rs one of h1s chxef ln tereStS After graduatnon Ray plans to attend college and study engmeermg Entered from Reynolds HS Wtnston Salem NC 4 Phvsr Club 4 N Allan Bertholf Dulcb Dutch rs another of those who are fortunate enough to resrde rn Morrrs Plarns A true Plarnsman he enjoys those thmgs for whrch the Plarns rs famous, namely women food and basketball Hrs stay at MHS was hrgh lnghted by hrs excellent work rn the vanous choral organ rzatrons although he expects to enter a naval career after graduation Dramatrc Club 2 3 7t.o-1 Club 2 Shop Foreman 2 3 Trarmng Chou- 2 A Cappella Choxr 3 4 Madrlgal Singers 4 Eltzabeth Blue Lrbby rs that versatxle competent grrl comxng from New Vernon Lrbbys tal ents range from As rn Latxn to struttrng tn the Color Guard She mtenrfls to go to college Lrbby lrkes fratermty partres now and then but at any txme she enroys good conversatton Ludlowe HS Farrfxeld Conn 3 French Club 3 4 Dramatxc Club caster Staff 3 Bridge Club 4 Color Guard 4 Entered from 3 4 Broad dt U41 Charles Bell Nzrolme Charles rs another semor mmong that select group whrch lmls from Morus Plams He lnkcs all sports mcludmg eat mg He 15 an easy gorng fel low who rust wants to enjoy l1fe After graduatron he ex pects to 1o1n the lNaxy Shop Fore nan 3 Donald N Bockoven Don Thrs qulet boy halls from Mendham Townshrp Don expects to go to work after graduatron Movres drrvrng and stamp collectmg are Don s favunte pastrmes Hrs rare attrtude of mrndmg hrs own busmess wrll gam respect wherever he goes Arlene Benbrook Tlns quiet mass has follow ed her course mth care and concentratnon Horses square dammg., mtl math rate hugh urth Arlene Shes known for her pleasant personalrty mellow clothes and genral hkmg for exerythmg and ev embody Tramrng Chorr 2 Spanlsh Club 4 Math Club 4 IRC 4 Stage Make up Club 4 7tol Club 2 Cafetern Assistant 4 Dons Booth D just checkmg announces thrs happy go lucky young mrss to the rank and file of MHS Sports art and rce skatmg h1t the gong wrth Dorrs but homework rs defrnrtely out She expects to go to busmess school and there IS no doubt that she wrll make good rn th1s as well as rn her ambrtxon to travel A Club 2 3 'wana Loulse Ann Berry Lourse a lnvely grrl who clarms her faxorrte saymg rs Oh Corn especrally lnkes lce cream pnckles and musrc A very talented p1an1st, Lou rses ambmon rs to become a musrcran after graduatron from college A Cappella Choir 2 3 4 Mad r1galSmgers 2 3 4 Cobboman btaff 4 R Ronald Bxtondo Ronnie Oh drop dead announces the arrrval of thrs lrvely lad He expects to go to college after he fmrshes school but after that hes not sure what hell do Ronnxe has an aversxon for The Paradrse but he lrkes good partxes Shop Foreman 2 Student Coun c 2 3 French Club 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Thespxan 4 IRC 2 3 Debatmg Club 4 Stephen Borzeka Steve Here s a fnendly happy go lucky lad wrth a H for everyone Berng popular rs Steves mam asset Skatmg rs tops wrth hrm and he rs a member of the stamp col lectmg ranks Steve hopes to attend college after gradu anon Shop Foreman 3 4 . ., 4, ? ci 9 ,. 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V , 'fry Wes. ,X Ht, , , r I Nelson Botsford Ne: Hey there Bean Bram brrngs you 2045 contrrbutron to the class of srx footers Nels came to MHS from Rutherford Hrgh durrng hrs yunror year and rmmedrately started to burld up a good record Hrs hobby rs model arrplanes Entered from Rutherford QNJD H S 3 Physrcs Club Preardent 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Essre Mae Broome Lrlerze Lookrng for handsome fel low keeps thrs cheery mrss pretty busy and this hobby fits rn nrcely wrth her ambrtron to have a good trme after grad uatlon She expects to go to personalrty wrll carry her far rn whatever she chooses to do Sprrrtual Chorr 2 3 Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Basket ball 2 3 4 Red Cross Execu me Councrl 4 TrrH1Y 4 Ruth Brown Petrte and pretty descrrbe Ruth whose ambrtron rs to be come an rnterror decorator after college Her hobbres rn clude drawrng and parntrng and she lrkes dogs and con eenral people Band 2 TrrY 3 French Club 4 Dramatrc Club Presrdent 3 Art Club 3 Presrdent 4 Cobb onran Art Edrtor 4 ICA 4 'Q Bette Boudreau Boon Here rs a grrl who really gets around and plans to do more of rt after graduatron Next year wrll find her per formrng the varred and artful feats of water ballet rn Flor rda Throughout her grade school days at Alfred Varl and her years at MHS she has retarned her personalrty and strrkrng good looks SSO 4 Lrnwood Bryant Reggie That muscular energetrc fellow 5 Reggre who rs known around school for hrs amrable personalrty He ex pects to attend college after graduatron Football and track are favored as hrs top sports Well den Reggres When you hear Yrke' you know around Football 2 Ba ketball 4 Track 3 SSO 4 Captam 4 Dorthey Bowden Dot Thrs prntsrzed bundle of smrles harls from Morrrs Plarns Dot enjoys roller skatrng and dancrng Shed lrke nothrng better than to be come a good office worker upon graduatron and her MHS career has been a good prep aratron for a successful future Commercral Club 2 Stage Make up Club 3 Vrrgrnra Fay Buck One of our favorrte new comers rs Grnny who came here all the way from Marne She expects to attend busrness school after graduatron Hrgh on her lrst of lrkes are danc mg and movres If any res taurants End srlverware or ashtrays mrssrng they mrght look rn Grnnys collectron Entered from West Pans H S VS est Pans Marne 4 Stage Make up Club 4 Patsy Bnll Patsy a staunch Mendham rte full of pep and sparkle mll attend college At present she manages a busy MHS lrfe and scores knrttrng as her hobby Trarnmg Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Madrrgal Smgers 4 Orchestra 2 TrrHrY 4 French Club 3 4 Broadcaster Sta5 3 JCA Presrdent 4 7 o Club 2 oanna Brotherton Moms Townshrp clarms thrs frrendly mrss as rts very own Her keen rnterests are crafts and photography Upon leavrng the hallowed halls of MHS j wants to fulfill teather Bowlrng 4 Art Club 2 3 4 Thomas Bullock Boo To be a hrgh school bas ketball offrcral rs the ambrtron of thrs sports conscrous senror who really has what rt takes along the lrne of experrence Although drsqualrfred because of hrs age the last two years Boo managed to get rn hrs share of varsrty play for MHS as a freshman and sophomore Football 2 Basketball 2 yrs " x 1 21' L. 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I S ' Q 5 , l - . 1 S Q 6 , I Palma A Burkhardt Pam Cedar Knolls sends us Pam who rs known as a very actrve gurl The New York Barbrzon School of Mod thng rs her arm after gradu atron Besrdes modelrng she hopes to do a httle travelrng Her easy gorng way has won Pam rnnumerable frrends Trarnmg Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Dramatxc Club 2 3 4 Thesprans 4 Broadcaster Staff 2 Cobboman StaE 4 Stage Make up Club 2 3 4 Bertram F Carr Bert To see the world rs Bert s de rre th rs to see he world that exrsts beyond the confmes of one of Morrrs towns more ehte sectrons Sunnysrde Bet rs one of those easygorng senxors who hke everythrng but homework It looks lrke the Navy blues for htm after graduatlon Frances Ann Case Arm Thrs Dodger fan from Mor rxs Plams expects to take a txrp out XX'est after graduatron Folloumg thxs she would lrke to be an arr stewardess Among those thmgs whrch Ann thmks re mellow you wrll nd xolltr skatrng square dancrng and vt ttchlng televtsron lrunxng Chorr 2 3 4, I 516 Curtis Burrell A short drstance from MHS to the southeast rs located that thrrvrng commumty known as New Vernon Wrth m that commumty 15 located Curtrs Burrell known as Go pher Wrthrn the mrnd of Gopher Burrell are many mterestnng thrngs among whrch are plans for attendmg Rutgers Agrxcultural School and ovvmng a thousand acre Lots A Chambers Thrs pretty mrss came to us from Boonton You can usually Fmd Io leadrng the cheerleaders as thexr Captain Her ambrtron 15 to be a figure skater and thus rs a goal she vvrll have httle trouble attann rn CAC 3 4 SSO 4 Cheerleader 3 Captarn 4 Tr1HlY 4 .Nm Betty Jane Cacchro XX'ell how about that' mtroduces thrs mrss who comes from that wrlderness more tommonly known as Mend ham Betty lrkes swrmmmg and dancrng and dlslrkes Catty people After she gets her dnploma she rntends to try her hand at berng an arr hostess 4212155310 Lors can Chambers ean Thrs tall slender mrss has the ambztxon to be a srnger but after gettrng her dxploma she expects to go rnto rce skatmg work She hkes horses and roller skatlng but has an aversion for concerted people SSO 4 Donn V Campbell Donns hobby rs amateur radro and he wants to become an electrrcal englneer Math ematrcs and scrences are pop ular wlth Donn but playrng soccer rn gym class lS hrs pet peeve He wrll attend one of the better engmeenng colleges after graduatron Band 2 3 French Club 4 Chem lstry Club 4 Physics Club 4 Pr Delta Epsilon 4 Robert W Carr Bo Hanlmg from New Vernon Bob s good nature and wrtty remarks always make hrm the center of atttactron Frshrng and huntmg are has rdeas of good trmes After he leaves MHS Bob rntends to go mto agrrculture oan Chandler Cbznky Hrllsrde Metropohs sent us thrs young lady wrth her vsmsome smrle joan hopes to go on to art school and later become a fashron rllusttator Drawrng IS her hobby or had you already guessed 9 She loves to go out wrth the gang and have plam ole fun Basketball 2 3 4 Busmess Club 4 Red Cross Executrve Council 4 Cheerleader 4 7to1 Club 2 I ' - ' if I x A fl. 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'Y v- A I ' In . . g I' v ' I ' I . 5 . .. - . :H wa, A l t 1 V ,.. s ,- fi- f fl Nellie Chen Cbellre Nen Nellre sees rn the future a career of nursxng at All Souls Hospntal She enjoys sports musrc and food Has she been busy at MHS7 Take a look at her actrvrtres' GAC Treasurer 2 3 4 Tum blmg 4 Swrmmmg 4 Archery 2 4 Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Tennis 2 3 4 Bowlmg 4 Fxeld Hockey 4 Track 3 4 SSO 3 4 pan rsh Club 3 V1cePresldent 4 Dramatnc Club 2 3 4 Broad caster St:-:E 2 3 4 ICA Treal urer 2 Vrce President 3 Anna Mane Clements Clamky Anna who rs one of the schools most actrve students plans to work after gradua tron wrth the ambltron to get mamed Her lrkes mclude dancmg sports and dnvrng Fraxnmg Choir 2 GAC 2 3 4 SSO 4 Art Club 4 Class Treas urer 2 Bankrng 2 3 4 7tol Club 2 Vice Presrdent 3 Tn Hx Y 4 Stephen A Comrnsky Sieve Jermyn Hxgh rn Pennsylva ma sent us an example of nts best thrs year Steve lrkes baseball clrrvmg and Hshrng After graduatron he expects to take up a trade and enter busmess Entered from Jermyn fPa D H S 4 Glee Club 2 Hxlnng 2 Soft ball 3 Library Asslstant 2 of Eleanor Chmelowrtz Here IS our lrttle gxrl wnth a bug smrle Eleanor haxls from the lnttle communrty of Whrppany and rs partrcularly fond of sports and square dancmg Postgrad days wrll probably find her rn the Vfaves French Club 2 7toI Club 2 Banking 3 4 Dramatxc Club 3 4 SSO 4 Bowlxng 4 Gwynn June Conklmg Golly mtroduces Gwynn, a future prrvate secretary Her drslxkes are few but stuck up people are among them Mov res dancmg and her hobby of swrmmrng rate hxgh wxth her Gwynn s frrendly cheerful dxsposrtron wrll be missed rn the halls of MHS Trarnmg Chou' 2 A Cappella Chmr 4 MW Joseph J cruo One of the most active sen nors rn hrs class Mendham Joe Wxth his varied lnterests and actrvxtres has contrrbuted much to MHS lrfe Joes desrre to be an MD wrll put hrm hard at work next year Band 2 3 4 Shop Foreman 2 3 Student Councml 2 Secretary 3 French Club 2 3 Secretary 4 Physxcs Club 4 Pl Delta Epsxlon 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 4 IRC 3 4 Class Presrdent 3 Semor Play 4 Boys State 3 A snappy mrss wrth a super personahty who always has a fun makrng suggestron, Jaycee Swrmmmg roller skatmg and Joe are tops with her After graduation Joan would lrke to lxve rn Texas for a whrle The future should hold a lot for thxs con rr Choxr 2 A Ca ella 4 Trl Hx Y 4 S S a 2 7 to l Semor Nancy Jane Clark Rlrlne Here rs antother tnm mrss who harls from Mendham Nancy wants to travel, and expects to do so after gradu anon Rrchre favors the Iver Lrver Gang but stuck up peo ple have no place around her Trammg Choxr 2 A Ca pella Chorr 3 4 Tenms 4 road caster Staff 3 4 ICA 4 Stage Make up Club 2 3 Tn HxY 4 Mary Ahce Collms Mary Allce rs one of our own grrls from Morristown whose favorrte pastnme rs sew mg Theres nothmg fancy about Mary Alrces ambrtlons Her only desrre rs to work Thrs shouldnt be hard to fill at anythmg she undertakes Edward J Coss Speedy One of the more worthy products of Alfred Varl Ed has become an equally valu able part of sessron room 203 whence he rs departrng thrs year After graduatxon he plans to vsork but wxll have to do a great deal of thrs to realize has ambmon of becommg a mxllronalre Sxght and Sound Seruce 2 7 to 1 Club 3 Shop Foreman 2 3 U71 ll ' ll ' ' I ' . . - " . 1 ,, F ,Sf .,:S - :ll ,ls , ' ' ,xl "l" ' ll ' ll ' . . softball 2, sg Baelketball 22 sf 4: J because -S1165 2 800d W0fkCf . - I erf' fe" f'-'-1 ,. . . . . 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Ks 'A Mary Lou Costanzo Mary the g1rl wtth that Sllllle plans to attend trade school upon graduatron She has hopes of becomrng an art 1st Her hobby IS pa1nt1ng and among her specral l1kes are przza and lrfe Trarmng Chorr 2 Bowlmg 4 L1brary Assrstant 3 French Club 4 ICA 2 Tenms 2 Pho tography Club 2 Semor Play 4 Drane Curl D IS that l1kable grrl from Morr1s Plarns who has a d1sl1ke for concerted people She llkCS sports and a certam person at the Prep Office work IS her a1m rn the future Trarmng Chou' 2 3 GAC 2 3 4 Softball 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Student Fmance Board Sec retary 4 Business Club 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 Semor Play 4 Lours D Agosrmo Dag Hrt that l1ne and h1t It hard' Thats exactly what Dag does from hrs fullback spot on the football team In addrtron to football Lou 15 an enthus1ast rn basketball base ball and sw1mm1ng He has a secret amb1t1on to become a 0 Man and w1ll probably at tend prep school after gradu 3Il0l'1 H Y 4 Football 2 3 4 s- ketball 4 h personal1ty 1 e C ves lt 1 no wonder t at he 19 1 ed by everyone enjoys all sports but g1rls who smoke are tabu Cl1ves m b1t1on lS to travel after grad uatron espec1ally to the West and to Mexrco A Cappella Chorr 2 3 4 Band IVE Courts S 2 3 H1 Y 3 V1cePres1dent 4 Spannsh Club 4 Football 4 Boys State 3 Lorrame Dalton Ramy lorrarne wrth the long curly ha1r and cute smrle IS that pert l1tle g1rl seen 1n and around 309 Roller skat mg and havrng a good t1me are h1gh rat1ng wrth her and she dlSllke5 very few thrngs Rarnv w1ll work 1n the sec retar1al Held after graduat1on Busxness Club 4 7 to l Club 2 3 rwl AllC8 Loretta Cullen Allle Allre IS a resrclent of old Mornstown 1tself After she gets her d1ploma she rntends to try her hand at berng a setretary or else a telephone operator Her amb1t1on 15 to travel and her only d1sl1ke Bowlmg 4 Busxness Club 3 Xrce Pres1dent 4 Anna E Dancrco Anna D The Yankees have a staunch fan 1n thrs quret g1rl and Anna D s hobby lS l1sten mg to the1r games She ex pects to work a whrle after she graduates from school but she vnnts eventually to be come a nurse Softball Z L1brary Asststant 2 Red Cross Executxve Councrl 2 4 Bankmg 2 4 7tol Club 2 3 'af 54? G Howard Cumback a La who comes from that brg l1ttle commun1ty of Mendham plans to work after graduat1on He lrkes every thmg but stamp collectrng rates hlghest w1th h1m H15 favorrte say1ng I5 Vfhat do Margaret Ann Dacey Peggy Peggy 15 a cute and at tract1ve mrss who can be seen at all MHS sportrng events as a cheerleader Her amb1t1on IS to go to college and become a teacher All the luck 1n the world to a great glfll Band 2 3 4 GAC Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 Softball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Trx H1Y 4 Student Counml Executrve Com mrttee 3 4 Dramatrc Club 4 Basketball 3 4 Cheerleader Robertj Decker Bo Bob came to us rom Caldwell H1gh He doesnt care for any krnd of school but prefers to hunt and to f1sh Bob expects to jorn the Navy after graduatron and hopes to be a stock car dnver some day X K' D' X, 1 1 ,. . I QI vs ring ' 1 " . 7 'I fg't".2ff "fx, 1 l ' fp Cl' ' , . 'H ' ' Wil 4. ' lk ,. . ,, "f "L P" . , 11 , h -t pp I ' . I 1 l'k 1 . He 1 I ' . I - 1 A . . , . I Y 3 A S ' . I ' . . 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V . , U ' ' 5 53 M it Jeanne DeLarne Jeanne a quret frrendly grrl harls from Sugar Hrll Nrce people are her lrkes whrle concerted boys are out Her hobby rs collectrng prc tures After she lcaves MHS Jeanne rntends to go rnto nurses trarnrng Tramrng Chorr 3 GAC 2 3 Softball 3 Basketball 3 Harry DePew UYIPPJ Ch ppy rs known for hrs work rn Coach Flynns foot ball machrnes over the last few years Hrs presence on the grrdrron rs sure to be mrss ed next year Harrys ambr tron to be a bachelor surely rsnt rn accord wrth hrs actrv rtres durrng hrgh school Football Squad 7 Xarsrty 4 Frank Drassr Bone Always qurck wrth a flashy smrle and a wrtty answer Bone wrll remarn long rn the memory of hrs many frrends rn MHS Partrcrpatrng rn many extra currrcular actrv rtres Frank should easrly ful hrs ambrtron t be chemrstry mayor rn college A Cappella Chorr 4 Madrrgal Srngers 4 Hrh 4 Spanrsh Club 7 3 French Club 2 3 C m rstrw Cluh 3 4 Physrcs Club 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 4 TCHHIS Joseph Hyland Dempsey SMU may have Doak Wfalk er but MHS has Joe Demp sey Besrdes hrs work on the grrdrron Joe has also carned the mall for the track team Berng selected to Boys State rn hrs junror year was a brg thrr for Joe It looks e Georgetown for hrm next year Hr Y 4 Broadcaster Staff IRC 4 Football Squad 2 Var SIU' 3 4 Track Squad 2 Var sr 3 4 Boys State 3 SSO 4 Indoor Trac Barbara Drckrnson rr Drc y s a speed demon rt knrttrng and no mrstakes crther Shc lrkes all sports as her actrxrtres showJ and after she hnrshes school she rntends to go to college where shell studx to be a gym teacher FAQ 'l 4 Archery 3 4 ft lull 3 4 Bowlrng 4 Basketball 7 3 4 IRC 4 Freld Hockey 4 Nrcholas DeNunzro Ivrk Ask Nrck who won thc XX orld Serres and he wrll come back wrth a hearty cheer for the Xankees He plans to en ter college after graduatron and hrs ambrtron rs to become a chemrcal engrnecr INrck wrll be a credrt to MHS rn any college wrth hrs qurel enthusrasm and good marks Senror Play 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Cobbonran Staff 4 Chemrstry Club 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Glenn Drlley XX hen the deer season rolls around Glenns name rs sure to be on the absent lrst But then drd you ever bag a seven pornt deer srttrng at a desk rn school From all thrs we see that trapprng and huntrng form a hrg part of thrs senror s lrfe Qcho rl NX'ell that counts too Rosanne Lrnda De Palma The lovely worce of Rosanne rs famrlrar to those rn MHS Wrth rnterests marnly rn art and musrr her future wrll take her to a musrc or busrness school A Cappella Lhorr 2 3 4 Mad rrgal Srngers 3 4 Spanrsh Club 3 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Thes- prans 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 IRC 3 JCA 4 Stage Make up Cu 3 7tol Club2 3 Sally Ann DeSheano Sally came to us from An drew Jackson Hrgh School for her senror year and qurckly lorned the MHS strrde She plans to go to college after graduatron whrle at present she lrsts her lrkes as walkrng musrc and sports Entered from Andrew Jackson HS St Albans NY 4 as ketball 4 Softball 4 Dramatrc Club 4 JCA 4 Laura Clarre Douglas Doug hxeryone knows thrs attract rve grrl from Mendham for she has mrllrons of frrends Energetrc Doug has made her presence well known a round MHS wrth her keen personalrty and neat appear mce Wrth all these good qualrtres she rs sure to be a success ICA 2 7to1 Club 2 Trarrung Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Twrrler 3 4 Softball 2 Volley hall 2 Basketball 2 3 Lrbrary Assrstant 2 3 SSO 4 Student Councrl 4 French Club 3 Dram atrc Club 4 Broadcaster Staff U91 Q5 ' ' I U A ' I ' ' ' 1 ' I - .V . 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' 'ec Q ai- 91- ,X I 1 ned" 2 ean Carolyn Drake journalnsm and dramatxcs have been jeans outstandxng lctnltlei she s done any num ber of clever tharacterrzauons on the MHS stage and wrote the Fashion Column rn the Broadcaster for two years In tellngent and energetnc jean has only one d1sl1ke people who can t thrnk for themselves Fraxnmg Lhoxr 2 Tr1H1Y 3 SSO 3 4 Spanish Club Sec retary 4 DY3m3llC Club 2 3 4 Thesplan 3 4 Broadcaster Fea ture Edttor 3 4 Red Cross Executxve Councll 3 4 Debat mg Club 4 Semor Play 4 Rxchard Enrlght Dick Duck a happy go lucky fellow from Mendham hopes to attend Seton Hall m the future Hrs likes are eatxng sports and the Dodgers He clanms that the only people he hates are Yankee fans Tramnng Chomr 2 A Cappella Choxr 3 4 Audrey Erleen Evans Aud Heres a mrss hallmg from the open places who can turn on the pep as one of our pop ular cheerleaders She lrkes all sports and thmks pajama par tres are swell fun Aud pects to enter nurses traxnxng after graduatron Trammg Chou' 2 Band 2 3 4 GAC 3 4 Softball 3 4 Valley ball 3 4 Basketball 4 Bowlmg 4 SSO 4 Dramatic Club 3 ICA 4 Cheerleaders 3 4 Trl H1 Y 4 rm Howard Drew Thrs modest young man who after graduatron plans to become a funeral dlrector stood out m the class of 50 for hrs good manners and neat attnre Howard lxkes everythxng but unfa1r play Hrs hobbxes are psychology and rnventmg ' F- 'vs A Nancy Farrar Nancy who came to from Mxllburn Hxgh plans to go to college She lnkes fra termty partxes and her usual hobby lS standmg rn the sea breeze Fntered from Mxllburn CN-IJ HS 3 Trammg Cho1r2 GAC 2 3 4 Swxmmmgft Basketball 3 'lenms 2 3 4 Spanlsb Club 3 Dramatxc Club 4 Broadcaster a 3 4 IRC 3 7to1 3 Brxdge Club 4 Umted World Federallsts 3 4 Dons Duncan Dunk Dorls 15 tl regular gal well hke by all and always ready for fun Muslc rergns supreme wnth thxs lassxe Her mam ambrtlon lS to travel some day and heres hoping shell have musnc wherever she goes Sprrltual Choir 2 ean Farrell Thrs attractne popular young lady wants to become an anr hostess after graduatron She certamly has the qualnn canons mcludmg a pleasant P'ff50n3llfV When you hear How bout that' you see jean Traxnmg Chotr 2 Student Loun l 3 Spamsh Club 2 3 Dra matxc Club 2 3 4 Broadcaster 2 3 4 C 2 4 1 Club 2 Brtdge Club Chalr man 4 Umted World Federal lsts Secretary 3 4 Tr1H1Y 4 Harold A Eaton, r Harold seems to be very ambxtxous for he wants to be ln the Olymprcs He expects to go to college after gradu atron He doesnt lrke the dentxst but fishmg and swam mmg surt htm nne A Cappella Chorr 4 Band 2 3 4 Track Squad 2 Tenms 3 4 Boys State 3 Swrmmmg 3 UIPYSII1 4 Debating Club 2 ean B Erickson What a not mtroduces thxs smart httle mxss who tame to us from Vall Among her lnkes are dancmg kmttmg and the Iver Lnver Club Wrth a personalrty lrke jean s lt ns no wonder that she rs lxked by everyone To be a baby speuallst 15 jeans am brtron Band 2 3 4 Tn H1 Y 4 S an rsh Club 3 4 Dramatic lub Manlyn Fexgelson Fhns fun lovmg gurl plans to try her hand at college after graduatnon and then she wants to own a gxft shop of her own She dlslxlces concelted people but has a good t1me readmg and bnlce rldmg Band 2 3 4 Spanish Club 2 3 4 P1 Delta Epsxlon 4 IRC 4 Stage Make up Club 4 7tol Club 3 visa .E l . 72 l X 4 5 V ,g . . 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I ' U FX: 4 l l' ' " - V' n ' 4 A - . . 1 , ' .': I mill.: V 'Q : ll Ci 'V l 'S' f . 5 . ,: I, : 3 l . : Stiff' , :I sl I- - Club ,Staff ' '. 5113 l 1 3- F 7Z"f ' . 1 3 I 'I 7 F, .jf 1 , .V ld -1 , dia ' 1 Donald Felch Don Don rs that ambrtrous fellow who desrres to lead honest lrfe Wrth hrs exper r ce rn 315 he cant wrong Work rn the field of accountrng beckons Don the future He doesnt espe crally lrke Englrsh class but bowlrng and swrmmrng are among hrs pleasures Student Frnance Board 4 Beulah S Frsher Budre Budre rs one of those cute snappy twrrlers She lrkes holrdays palama pa'rtres and just havrng fun She lrkes to drrve the car when she can get rt You can usually hear her sayrng Im glad or Lrke a nut College days are ahead for Budre Trarmng Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Twrrler 4 Archery 2 Tennrs 2 Bowlmg Z Tn Hr Y 4 French Club 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Pbysrcs Club 4 Broadcaster Stal? 2 3 4 ICA 3 4 Senror Play 4 Edlth Frrday Edie Heres the grrl who contrr butes frrendly atmosphere to any crowd Edrth lrkes draw mg fun and rust about every thrng Her ambrtron rs to be an artrst Edres cheery ways and brrght smrle have made the halls of MHS more at tractrve durmg our school years Sprntual Chorr 2 Evelyn Frnver Ewe Evre plans to be a prr vate secretary after fulfrllrng her ambrtron to travel She lrkes any and all krnds of mu c Evres nrce personaltry and good drsposrtron wrll real ly be mrssed at MHS when she graduates Busrness Club 4 Lrbrary As- srstant 2 3 Broadcaster Staff 2 I dont know duces thrs peppy member of MHS socrety Her fathers Ford and the Iver Lrver Gang take up a good part of her day but she strll finds trme and ambrtron to plan a college career where she ll study to be a laboratory technrcran Trarnmg Chorr 2 Library As srstant 3 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 Dramatrc Club Secretary 2 3 4 Phwsrcs Club 4 P1 Delta Epsrlon 4 Red Cross Executrve Counerl 4 ICA 4 Tr1HrY 4 Dolores Helen Frscher f Thrs vrvacrous mrss rs al ways around when somethrng rs gorng on She harls from that lrttle town called Ralston Anyone can see that Dolores enjoys that good old country lrfe She especrally lrkes square dancrng Lors mam ambr tron rs to travel and then be come a secretary Orchestra 2 3 Art Club 3 Davrd Gallery Dave doesnt have much to say but what he does say he means Hrs lrkes are well chosen huntrng frshrng and short grrls but he drslrkes grrls whose favorrte word rs N After graduatron he rntends to jorn the Navy Wrth hrs pleasrng personalrty and sense of humor the Nawv should welcome Dave Drama c Club 3 4 Senror Play Wrlham Frscher eng One of the more partrcular male members of the class jerry rnsrsts upon good food and small grrls Thrs attrtude cf qualrty before quantrty should be a valuable asset to hrm rn hrs pursurt of studres at Stevens Instrtute where he plans to take up electrrcal engrneerrng Trarnrng Chorr 2 Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 HrY 4 Spanish Club 3 4 Physrcs Club 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Claude W Forsythe Jr Claude rntends to become an rnterror decorator after at tendrng art school Hrs marn rnte-rests are rn the Held of art whrle hrs other hobbres rn clude horseback rrdrng danc rng and savrng coms Trarnrng Chorr 3 SSO 4 Art Albert Garcra One of the best and most popular athletes that our class has produced Al has starred on both the grrdrron and the basketball court and has help ed both rn the wrnnrng of therr respectrve champronshrps He rs undecrded as to what he will take up after graduatron but would probably be very Sat1S hed rust to take rt easy for a vshrle SS 4 Football 2 3 4 as ketball 2 3 rm Z ll p- .. 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'tvs Marvrn Gerer Marr The dutres whrch are rn volved rn berng a football manager over the past twc years have taken most of Marv s trme whrle rn school Thrs rob really demands con screntrous work and pleeze do not assocrate thrs job rn any way wrth that of a water boy' Marv expects to work after graduatron Football Manager 3 4 7t01 Club 3 Sandra Glrck Sandy That sleek cool and comely Lors of junror Mrss s known to all of us as the frrendly and charmrng Sandy Sandy expects to go to Wellesley and she also rntends to keep rrght on col lectrng records for thats her hobby Student Councrl 3 French Club 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Thespran 4 Physrcs Club 4 Broadcaster Stat? Exchange Ed rtor 2 3 4 IRC 3 4 Debatrng Club 3 Wrllram Goss Wrlly llae Goff Mendham would be hard pressed to find a more lrkable or rntellrgent fellow from among rts delegatron at MHS than Brll An all round boy hrs pastrmes range from hunt rng to prrntrng and he may often be found on the local dramond or basketball court Brll rntends to take up ag rrcultural research at Rutgers upon graduatrng Chess Club 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Chemrstry Club 4 SSO 4 r22J Mary Mary comes from Brooksrde and rs proud of rt Muscles lrkes everythrng about Brook srde especrally the Brooksrde Bombers Mary dreams about gorng to Ireland but after graduatron she wrll study nursrng Michael Grassr Mike Lrkable Mrke rs gorng to grve the U S Navy a break by lornrng up after graduatron Hrs ambrtron rs to go around the vworld Mrke lrkes wo men huntrng and fishrng and from all appearances he has been successful rn all three fields Shop Foreman 2 Wrlram Glancey B1 Brll rs another of the easy gorng fellows of the class of 50 He hopes to play golf and thereby follow rn hrs fathers footsteps After grad uatron he plans to travel a lrttle Besrdes golf Brll also enyoys huntrng Sara jane Greenberger jane rs ambrtrous enough to try for an A rn chemrstry and she plans to use some of thrs ambrtron rn gorng to col lege She thrnks all Yankee fans are vrle srnce she rs an ardent Dodger rooter Her hobby rs knrttrng and her s ecralty argyle sox ntered from St Elrzabeths Academy 3 Band 3 4 GAC 4 Basketball 4 TrrHrY 4 Bernrce Glass Bernrces love for helprng other people has developed rnto her plans to be a surgrcal nurse Her hobbres rnclude srngrng whrle her only drslrke rs unfrrendly people Trarnrng Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 2 Suzanne Gorry ue Thrs sports mrnded mrss comes from that land known as Gods Country or Mor rrs Plarns Photography rs her hobby and her ambrtron rs to go to college where shell major rn math and chemrstry Trarnrng Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 Vrce Presrdent 4 Mad rrgal Srngers 4 GAC 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Bowlrng 4 Archery 2 3 Head of Sport 4 TrrHrY 3 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Dramatrc caster Staff 3 4 Debatrrrg Club 4 Stage Make up Club 2 3 Bankrng 4 Photography Club Anrta Alyce Greer Nita Nrta rs another rnhabr tant of that fo ken place known as Morrrs Plarns Her desrre to travel rs partrally realrzed when she rs drrvrng her car and her only drslrke rs for other drrvers who may want to use the road at the same trme Trarnrng Chorr 2 3 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Thespran 4 Stage Make up Club 2 3 4 ap- . fr ,rn " u 'Hn - r ' , A . a r .D , . r . . , - ' y , ' . . . 3 ' . . , .. .. 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'. , , . s : rl f 4 4 rg r . 5 2 r if s of f Barbara Ruth Grosyean Bobble Qrrrct yet cheerful compe tent yet fun lovrng all these quartres vsrll be a help to Bobbre when she becomes r telephone operator She says she drslrkes gettrng up rn the mornrng Gee whrz who doesn t' Lrbrary Assrstant 2 3 Margaret Hall Maggre Maggre rs a pretty mrss comrng from Mendham Shes an all round grrl who lrkes gust about everythrng Rrdrng swrmmrng and basketball are her hobbres She takes part rn numerous school actrvrtres and her musrcal talents are gorng to he mrssed by the band and orchestra Entered from St John Baptrst School 3 A Ca pella Chorr 3 Band 3 rchestra 3 4 SSO 4 French Club 3 IRC 4 Brrdge Cluh 4 Unrted Worl Federalrsts 4 Arthur Hardy ri Thrs quret lad harls from Whrppany Among Arts hobbres are boxrng and foot ball and he wrll be remem bered for the good account he gase of hrmself rn the Golden Gloves After graduatron Ar thur would lrke to become a physrcal drrector rn some good school Football 2 3 Track Squad 2 3 Stanley Grundy Everyone has seen the parnt ed up Franklrn around MHS always loaded vwrth boys whrch belongs to none other than Stanley Grundy He rs rather rndecrsrve about hrs future hut he wants to do somethrng useful Stanley lrkes anythrng assocrated wrth automobrles espccrally decoratrng cars john Harrrs How you dorn Cuz? rn troduces john who professes a drslrke for women drrvers john lrkes to trnker wrth Ford roadsters and hrs ambrtron rs to Hy through the wrde blue yonder Next fall wrll find Iohn rn college Band 2 3 Physics Club 4 james Robert Haake jrmmy rs probably best known for hrs comedy roles rn the school operettas and hrs sense of humor rs unex celled around the MHS halls Hrs ambrtron s to go to a College of Musrc and study dramatrcs A Cappella Chorr 2 3 4 Mad rrgal Smgers 3 4 SSO 4 Stud ent Councrl 2 Nrce Presrdent 3 Broadcaster Staff 2 4 IRC 2 Stage Make up Club 4 ol Cub 2 Robert Havas Bo When huntrng season rolls around Bob wrll be the frrst one to don hrs red unrform and get rn hrs share of fun Bob would lrke to take a trrp rn hrs car after he recerves hrs sheepskrn and after that he has decrded to become a goh and see the world Mrldred Harmowrtz Mrllre Thrs studrous grrl plans to become a buyer for some brg company after she graduates Her favorrte pastrme rs just havrng fun and Monday morn rngs and homework are the onlv rtems on her blacklrst She enjoys drrvrng her car but sleeprng late heads her roll of hobbres SS 3 4 French Club 2 3 Treasurer 4 Pr Delta Epsilon 4 Art Club 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 4 IRC 4 JC john Hamstra john came to us from the armed forces prevrous to whrch he attended Caldwell Hrgh Although john rs a father nova he contrnues work rng vsrth us here at MHS Hes A real lover of good food and hopes to hecome a super sales man after graduatron Ronald Hawkms Hank In thrs age of movement to warmer clrmates such as Flor rda and Calrfornra Hawk has an ambrtron all hrs own He desrres to head northward after graduatron and pursue hrs favorrte pastrmes of hunt mg and hshrng wrth the open rng of a sportrng goods store lurkrng In the back of hrs U51 7 ' A , ' 9 9 at r : fi u 'rv V ' - " ' " ' . . . , . 4 if ' ' V! Il- 'A r L r , K ' . - , 1, 41 -' ' . Z ' . 7-t- l , 3. A O , 5 l , " ' " ' ' 2: , 9 ,Q A 4. ' Q ' --wife 4: ' l, 4: ig . - l - - ' rr 9 . 1 J ' , . ' Vg: it ' fx Y UAW , A- . A U ' H I Ur , 17 - . - .. Y - , -1, - - " b" . . ' r ' 4 f F I 15 . Sylvra Heller Sylvra plans to go to art school after graduatrng At present her hobbres rn addr tron to art rnclude books movres and musrc Orchestra 2 Secretary 3 Trl Hr Y 3 French Club 3 Physrcs Club 4 Art Club 2 3 Secretary 4 IRC 4 Debatrng Club 2 3 Stage Make up Club 4 Senror Play 4 Wrlham Howell Home: Brll expects to go to Am herst College where he wrll study to attarn hrs ambrtron of becomrng a journalrst Brll lrkes Drxreland jazz grrls and sports rn the latter he rs qurte a baseball prtcher Brll s personalrty and sense of humor have garned hrm many frrends H Y 4 Student Councrl 4 Spanrsh Club 3 4 Dramatrc Cu 2 3 4 Thesprn 4 Delta Epsrlon 4 Cobbonran Stal! IRC 3 4 Bas ball 2 Track 3 Boys State 3 Senror Play 4 Zora Lee Hughey Zora dotes on partres and good trmes Shes a line and lrvely athlete and finds joy rn decoratrng and parntrng Her frrendly manner and neat appearance have made her one of 50s outstandrng members Trarnrng Chorr 2 GAC 2 3 4 Softball 3 Basketball 3 Track 3 Sprrrtual Chorr 2 tm Regrna Herzberg Reggie Reggre comes from Hrll srde Gods Favorrte Land Every Saturday durrng football season you could find Reg gre lendrng her able support the band Her ambrtron rs go to college and then travel the Orrent nd2 3 4 Bowlrng4 Trr Hr 3 4 French Club 3 4 Span rs 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 IRC Red Cross Executrve Com ttee 4 Stage Make up Club 4 Stanley Hurst Heres a peppy senror wrth brg grrn and a pleasant drs posrtron Stan drslrkes 8 30 on Monday mornrng when school begrns for the week but hrgh on hrs lrst of lrkes are huntrng and skatrng After graduatron he wrll erther jorn the Marrnes or become a me chanrc Y 4 SSO 4 RC 2 Football 2 Track 3 Photogra phy Club 4 Ronald Hrckman Ronme A member of the famous comedy team of Hrckman and Robshaw Ronnre harls from the fabulous part of Morrrs Townshrp known as Hrllsrde He has garned renown at MHS by hrs varrous dramatrc and athletrc actrvrtres and plans to be a physrcal educatron teach er after graduatron Dramatrc Club 3 Broadcaster Staff 3 4 Senror Play 4 Patrrcra C Ingle Shorty Shorty drslrkes her herght but ex erybody else thrnks she s cute She also frowns on work and people who borrow thrngs they dont return whrle loaf rng and spendrng money are among her favorrte occupa trons To be a good secretary rs the goal for whrch she strrves Busrness Club 2 Student Coun cr 4 Joyce Hollander Good heavens' rntroduces joyce a grrl wrth a swell per sonalrty She lrkes almost ev erythrng especrally foolrng around as her many frrends wrll tell you Graduatron wrll hnd Joyce preparrng for col lege studyrng to be a dretrtran Trarnrng Chorr 2 Elrzabeth Hughey rz Lrz rs a quret courteous senror who enyoys sewrng and hopes to become a seamstress She lrkes good musrc and mov res but somehow concerted people dont rate wrth her You re not krddrng rs her favorrte sayrng Elrzabeth jarvrs Betty Betty rs a cute blonde who belreves that even though you re feelrng down and out today You ll be all rrght rn the mornrng Betty would lrke to enter the busrness world after completron of hrgh school Shell certarnly be an asset to any employer 3 4 7to1 Club 2 r HrY 4 R f I ' l 'kk A H - U , - H V ,f 4 H ., . . . 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State 3 Dorothea ones Dot Dot rs an all round grrl wrth a pleasrng personalrty She expects to be a stenogra pher after graduatron although her mam ambrtron rs to travel Dots lrkes are skatmg and lots of fun But homework rs definrtely out Busrness Club 2 Vrce Presrdent 3 4 Stage Make up Club Treas Wrllram ones 1 The star of the WMTR radro program Teens Talk rt Over and the Presrdent of the Student Councrl Brll was really kept busy rn hrs senror year Brll lrkes musrc and drslrkes quret krds H expects to go on to Rutgers and study to become a land s aper Hr Y 4 Student Councrl 3 Pres ldent 4 French Club 2 IRC 3 4 jessica Mae johnson Dollxe Dollre rs a quret grrl wrth a sweet personalrty She loves sewrng and collectrng recrpes Chrcken dancrng and readrng take a good deal of Dollre s trme Her marn ambrtron rs to get a good ,ob but whatever the future holds she rs sure to be a credrt to the class of Charles orgensen Cbarlze A Morrrs Townshrp pro duct Charlre has had hrs share of work and fun at MHS After graduatron an engrneerrng course beckons thrs easv gorng senror whose lrkes rnclude study halls and on the outsrde huntrng for brg game I Sophre F Johnson Sopla oph an attractrve lrttle mrss plans to become a good nurse after graduatron She lrkes a srnger by the name of Brll Lawrence and enyoys eat mg and collectrng prctures of certarn boys Her favorrte say rng rs Oh my gosh' What happened 7 Trarnrng Chorr 2 3 ICA 4 Peter Jorgensen Spzder As Peters monrker Spr der rmplres thrs Whrppany lad covers plenty of ground faround the hot corner that rsj Wrth sports formrng a major part rn hrs lrfe Pete has lrttle trme for much else The Navy wrll take up all of Sprders trme next year Shop Foreman 3 4 Football 2 Wrrllram ohnson B1 Brll who wants to see Amerrca expects to go to work after graduatron He lrkes huntrng Hshrng and sleeprng Hrs only drslrke rs gettrng up rn the mornrng Thrs boy cant mrss rn anythrng he attempts to attarn hes got what rt takes john A ones Mendham Townshrp sends us thrs jolly fellow wrth the wrde grrn and the As john wrshes to become famous and hc has made a good start to words hrs ambrtron john J wrll go on to college where he rs bound to burld up a good reputatron wrth hrs gen ral personalrty and hrgh schol astrc record Audrey Ruth jukes Audrey rs one of our quret er students who finds almost everythrng to her lrkrng After graduatron Audrey plans to become a nurse In her spare trme she lrkes to wrrte to pen pals a most ll'lfCfCSIlI'lg hobby Trarnrng Chorr 2 3 French Club 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club 3 4 Broadcaster Staff 2 3 4 U51 , 4 1 1 A 7 ' , " A im. . 1 A ' 'Sf 4 M. 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Marilyn Kagan Lynn When Lynn looks at her classmates wrth those brg blue Lyes and flashtng conhdent smrle they know shell make good at anythrng she tacklfs Lynns ambrtron IS to be come a veterrnarran and there fore junror College rs her goal after graduatron GAC 3 4 Tennrs 2 3 4 SSO 4 French Club 2 3 Broad caster Staff 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Rrrdge Club 4 Catherxne Keyes Kathie Frery red rs the harr of thts able and actrve semor Kath rs frrendly and always ready wrth a crack Shed lrke very much to reach sunny Calrfornra and wrth her de termrnatron shes very lrkely to get there Lrbrary Assrstant 3 4 SSO 3 4 Student Council 4 reasurer 3 Busxness Club President 2 Broadcaster Stal? 2 Advertlsmg Man g H1 X Presldent 4 Anne joyce Kunbrough Collrnsvrlle sends us thxs ambrtrous grrl who wants to be a desrgner but first she wrll attend a sewmg school Frrend ly people besrdes hrkrng swrmmmg and dancrng rate hrgh wrth Ann Are you krd drng9 rs her favorrte saymg CAC 2 3 Red Cross Executrve Councrl 3 4 ,ICA 4 Sprrntual Chorr 3 ps Ann Kasrslu Hon Ann has made a host of lrrends rn MHS who lrke her smrle and amrable manner Square dancmg rs tops wrth her and she hopes to become a good secretary after gradu anon Library Assistant 2 3 7tol Club 2 Busmess Club 4 Mary Ann Krug Mary a popular and actrve Commercral student likes dancrng and cookmg among other methods of havmg good clean fun She hopes to be come a prrvate Secretary Trammg Chorr 2 Ltbrary As srstant 2 3 Student Fmance Board 4 Student Counctl 2 Buslness Club 4 Dramatrc Club Secretary 3 Cobboman Photo graphy Chairman 4 Class Sec retary 2 Debatmg Club 2 7 to I Club Presrdent 2 3 Martm H Katz a Known to all hrs frrends by hrs nrckname Ilap hrs colorful semor has shown much promrse rn sports whrle at MHS Marty s ball hawkrng and play makrng abrlrty for Mac rs well known Next year wrll End Marty pluggxng at college SSO 3 4 Class VrcePres1dent 2 Class Treasurer 3 Baseball 3 43 Basketball Squad 2 Var Ralph Krnney When you see Stan Grun dys run away tank ftts sup posed to be a 32 Franklml roarrng down the avenue look for Ralph Besrdes crursmg around rn the Terror Ralph has found trme to attend MHS Lrke other senrors who wrll be attempting to latch on to hrgher educatron Ralph hopes to attend college after Jeanne Kearney Before comrng to Moms town jeanne went to Thomas W Harvey H S tn Ohro and Dunmore Semor Hrgh Pennsylvanra One can gee that thas lass has been places and seen thmgs After gradu atron jeanne wrll attend sec retarral school She wrll always be remembered for those long columns of As on her report car Entered from Dunmore CPaJ HS 4 A Cappella Chou' 4 French Club 4 IRC 4 Margaret Klcak Marge Marge rs usually found rn 315 buslly workmg on the Frnance Board Her ambrtton To succeed rn the busrness world shouldnt be hard to achreve She lrkes danctng movres and rce cream Tumor Red Cross 2 Busmess Club 3 4 Student Fxnance Board Manager 4 Howard Kletn Rubber Comrng to Morrrstown from Garfreld Hugh m Akron Ohro rn hrs semor year Howre has managed to avord takrng a course rn chemrstry at dear old MHS thereby retarnmg hrs orrgmal plans of attendmg rollege and malormg rn chem rstry Howre has chosen h1s favorrte saymg from among those common to students of r s s c r e n W h a t s cookrn 7 Entered from Garfield H S Ak ron Ohro 4 Bind 4 8 ' sv VI ll I' I' H, pil ' - - .. .. 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Q V W fit ' Daniel Klextman Dan If you hear of a promlnent law yer or chemxst about twen ty years hence nt wrll probably be Dan He lrkesgood food sleepmg and playmg table tennrs but drslrkes dentrsts Dan wrll attend college- probably Cornell after grad uatlng SSO 3 4 French Club 2 3 4 Chemxstry Club 3 4 Physxca Llub 4 Pl Delta Epsilon 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 Co Edntor nn Chxef 4 IRC J 4 Debatrng tlub 3 Presrdent 4 Photogra phy Club 4 World FEd2f3llSfl 3 4 Chess Club 4 James Lledell Talented humorous and ambrtrous are a few of the words whlch descrrbe jrm one of the popular and actrve boys rn the class of 50 He hopes to attend college and study engrneermg after he leaves MHS Spamsh Club 2 4 Treasurer 3 Physrce Club Treasurer 4 Pt Delta Epsrlon Secretary 4 Cobb- oman Stal? 4 Tenms 2 3 4 Rochelle Loeb Shellle Thxs qu1et commercral stu dent rs one of our own grrls from the town of Morrrstown Rochelle lrkes roller skatrng and collectmg prctures Shel le plans to do secretarral work after graduatron Bowling 4 French Club 2 Dra matxc Club 2 Knauer Leon another popular Mor rrs Plams boy rntends to do something rn the fields of bus mess admmrstratron or law after graduatmg from college whnch he hopes will be Holy Cross Hrs favorrte pastimes are playmg football and drxv mg the Pontrac Hr Y 4 IRC 4 Class Secretary 4 Debatmg Club 3 4 Football Squad 3 Varsnty 4 Helen M Knoll Thrs pretty mrss from Green Vrllage clanms her favorite hobbres are swrmmrng dnv mg rce skatrng and eatmg Helens ambrtron rs to be a nurse and after graduatrng she wrll begrn her tramrng GAC 2 3 4 Tumblxng 2 Soft ball 2 Volleyball 2 3 Basket ball 2 3 French Club 2 3 7 to 1 Club 2 Secretary 3 Margaret Lyon lf you ever hear a breath less Oh I yust cant wart' youll know Peggy rs rn the rmmedrate vrcrmty Thrs tall wrllowy mlss comes from the wrlds of Brookside and after graduatron she expects to go to college to become a teacher Her hobby of drawmg Hts rn mth her posrtlon on the Art Staff of the Cobbonran Student Councxl 3 P1 Delta Epsilon Presxdent 4 Art Club 2 V1cePres1dent 3 4 Broad caster Staff 2 3 4 Cobbonlan Art Staff 4 JCA 4 Mane Makowskr May we present a competent Commercral student from Whrppany7 You could take Ro square dancmg any trme and shed love every mrnute of rt The world IS destrned to recerve an excellent secre tary from the ranks of MHS Trammg Chorr 2 Student F1 nance Board 4 Business Club 2 3 Presrdent 4 Cobboman Edrtonal Staff 4 Debating Club 'ef 4 Margaret Lewrs Thus talented grrl scores a success rn art work as well as ln srngmg She hopes to go to art school after graduation Maragaret rs known rn MHS a a swell kxd and t at descrrbes her exactly Traxmng Chorr 2 A Cappella Choir 3 4 SSO 4 Dramatic Klub 2 Broadcaster Staff 2 3 4 Eleanor Llggms Eleanor rs mother offspnng of Alfred Varl School She would lrke to contrnue her Eleanor lrkes drrvrng travel mg and meetrng pleasant people but two faced persons beware' GAC 3 Track 3 Glorta Margerum A snappy lrttle mlss wrth a super personalzty rs Glona who always has a fun making suggestion Her love of danc mg and genral compamons wrll make her an mdnspensable asset to any art school Tramrng Choir 2 3 A Cappella Choxr 4 Hockey 4 Bowhn 4 Tr1HrY 4 Art Club 4 bb. onran Art Staff 4 f27 vfxf 5 .4 T 'I rl , g .- , ' I I Y U . . , I V ' . 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' I I I 5 ,S I joye Margerurn Thrs prnt srze package of personalrty plus rs joye the older of the twrns Food rol ler skatrng and dancrng head her lrst of lrkes Her wrnnrng smrle and cheerful drsposrtron wrll enable her to fulfill her desrre to become a future Florence Nrghtengale Trarmng Chorr 2 3 A Cappella Chorr 4 Hockey 4 Bowlrng 4 Trl Hr Y 4 Henry Mayes ul' Tut a sharp senror full of wrt wrll surely be mrssed here at MHS after graduatron He plans to do a lot of travel mg along wrth havrng a good trme He enyoys sleeprng but drslrkes work Hrs favorrte sayrng rs I mean Football 3 4 Peck Thrs well known Morrrs Plarns lad rs most comfortable when presrdrng over the key board of a prano but rs equal lv at home behrnd the wheel of the Blue Beetle on one of rts many escapades A ardent sports fan John plans to attend college and to pur sue a law course HrY 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Cobbonran Edrtorral StaE 4 IRC 3 4 Debatmg Club 4 Broad caster Staff 4 Senror Play 4 fzs joseph Marrnaro oe Thrs peppy fellow wrth the devrlrsh gleam rn hrs eye came to MHS from Delbarton Foot ball and roller skatrng rate hrgh wrth hrm but he drslrkes concerted people How about that' rs hrs favorrte sayrng and after graduatron he plans to enter the Arr Force Broadcaster Stai 2 Debating Club 2 Football Squad 2 7to-1 Club 3 Irene C McNatt Thrs sweet young lady has the typrcal ambrtron of gettrng marrred and also of travel mg Irene just lrkes to have fun rn general and her marn drslrkes are catty grrls an chemrstry Band2 3 4 GAC2 3 4 Soft ball 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Bal- ketball 2 3 4 Bowlrng 4 HrY 3 4 French Club 2 3 4 IRC 4 Helen E Matonak Helen rs the happy go lucky Whrppany gal who enjoys a good trme After graduatron she expects to do secretarral work Helen rs usually found rn 309 As a hobby she col lects snapshots and her pet sayrng rs No krddrng' Busmess Club 2 Secretary 3 4 Band 3 4 HrY 4 Boys State rlern Meeker Meek Hr there' rs the greetrng you recerve from thrs attract rve grrl Roller skatrng and swrmmrng are among Meeks favorrte drversrons After graduatron she wrll en ter the freld of busrness where she rs sure to go far wrth her pleasant personalrty and out standrng abrlrty Busrness Club 4 Thomas Maude Tom Toms droll sense of hu mor and easy gorng nature have made hrm countless num bers of frrends both rn and out of school A natrve of Morrrstown he plans to pre pare for a bankrng career by attendrng college where he wrll surely create the same frne rmpressron that he has at MHS Nancy Gay McCormack Nam' Nanc rs the cute lrttle trrck who has a frrendly Hr for all Pajama partres and art rate hrgh wrth thrs lrvely mrss Success at art school rs certam for she has all the hrgh qualrtres needed Trarnrng Chou' 2 A Cap lla Chou' 3 4 Softball 3 4 ketball 3 4 Tennrs 4 Hockey 4 Student Councrl 3 French Club 2 3 4 Drarnatrc Club 2 Art Club 3 4 Broadcaster S 4 Iac 3 4 JCA 4 joseph Charles Meola Charlie Charlres quret unassum rng manner has made hrm pop ular throughout hrs hrgh school years Dancrng hunt mg and baseball are tops wrth hrm He hopes the future wrll find hrm rn Calrfornra wrth a good lob Entered from Seton Hall Prep 3 Shop Foreman 3 4 . if l 4 A ' ' ,' V "1 "' ' . - . u n , b I 1 U - .. .. . .. . .. - . ,, . . ' . . - l U n l . U l x . ' 4-3 A 5 : Q : : -' 3. . i ' I . . ll I HT 1 - H . ,,' .,, ,-- as 1.,sr.. 3 . , ' .: JOIIII P. MCL2UgIJl-in, Jf- , ff Cyrosd Executive Council 4.' u 11 , ' - - ' . A ' , , ' n 11 . . ' . . . - ,, . ,, . . n ' rf s I n . , . , ' , s . . . . . d ,, , ,, . . . . l l , . - " .5 I. . ' ' ' ,' , 7 ' , 'i TH- . - 1 4 , r , if . e' W Marrlyn Messer fl Nutley Hrghs loss was rn deed Morrrstowns garn when Lyn jorned us When rt comes to favorrtes skrrng and tennrs have Lyns whole hearted approval September of 1950 wrll End her rn col ege Entered from Nutley KN I J H S 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Tennra 3 French Club 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Stage Make up Club 4 Sensor Play 4 Roger L Morgan Marg' One of Morrrs Plarns most cherrshed possessrons Roger has a personalrty that wrll wrn hrm frrends wherever he may go Upon graduatrng he plans to attend busrness school Knowrng Roger rt rs a sure bet that hrs ambrtrons wrll be fully realrzed Betty jane Morra Bet' Tall good lookrng red head that phrase descrrbes Bet She s srmply crazy over Frank Srnatra and even wants to be Frankre she lrkes strawberry rce cream blue Sprrng Lake but homework and gettrng up rn the mom rng are out Trarnrng Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 SSO 3 4 Broad caster Stad 2 3 4 bebahng Club 4 Bankrng Manager 3 4 eyes and 'Y Mary Mrchal Mary came here from Perth Amboy Hrgh School and rs headed toward berng a top notch secretary Radro movres and rce skatrng rate hrgh wrth her Mary wrll be remembered for her modesty and her greatest wrsh to move back to her home town Mary G Lucrlle Mull Cr ball that Crll rs a versatrle sportswoman and she surely rs Lucrlle wrll always be re- membered for her pleasant manner and cheerful person a rty Sprrrtual Cborr 2 GAC 4 Bah ketball 4 wa' Edward M Mrller Thrs quret easy gorng lad came to Morrrstown from AI fred Varl He expects to do constructron work after grad uatron Money fun and auto races are tops rn hrs Helds of rnterest Shop Foreman 2 3 4 George Munsrck One ot our most actrve members Bud harls from Washrngton Valley He lrkes musrc and other student ac trvrtres and rs an enthusrast rn huntrng and tennrs Bud wrll take up engrneerrng at one of the major colleges Chorr 2 3 4 Mad 3 4 Ban French Club 2 3, 3 4 Broadcaster Football 3 4 Ten Club 2 3 HrY 4 Helen M Mrtchell Mitch' To graduate rs Helens am brtron and she expects to work after graduatron Mrtch lrkes baseball danc rng musrc movres and cook rng but she cant stand con certed people GA 2 3 4 SoftballZ 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Red Crou Executrve Councrl 4 ICA 2 3 4 Donald Morong Don Whos workrng the pro rector? Well rf the prcture rs on the screen rrght srde up wrth sounds rssurng from the proper locatron you can be sure that rts Don Hes the old pro of the Srght Sound, and Servrce Club and knows the busrness from A to Z Be- srdes all thrs hes a Hrllsrder Shop Foreman 2 3 Srglrt and Sound Servrce Preudent 3 4 Martrn J Murphy Murph Thrs easy gorng fellow rs best portrayed by hrs classrc Murph makes hrs home rn Mendham and hrs name has become synonymous wrth that communrty He lrkes fish mg and rntends to cast hrs lrne rnto the channel of bus mess after graduatron I2 X ,dw h , A , . 1 M 61 x fd ' VIL, If llEd!r 'I T I , ,, . . 1 . I ., . y .r , , ' . 1. ,- 1. . . ' I 4' ' H . s ' I ' V ' ' ' I a . s . 1 ' l ' ' ' ' ' C s 9 I 1 l : . . . ., I , 'i 5 I - 1 E s 3 Q , , - : ' ' ' , I. 1 ' o ll ll u J ,, , . - I I ' ' ' 3 'll , 1 . . 0 . ' . . ' U , Q 1 . I I I . ' . . ' H I: . v . '. . . 1 1 , 1' ' . rr I 'V . is 1 , I ' "- " U u . u ' .11 'Hn ' . ' I - f his priyate secretary. Besides It is shown in the crystal . .. . . ' Comment, "Don't worry about - '- . .. .. it." " " ' 9 1 n ' ' I ' ' 1 I - . U D- . - 2, .r gf r d 25 . , . . , : l . , - ' ' . , . ' . . , .. . : 3 y I 4 , ,. . : , , g - ' I - - 4: , 9 '- . ir., ,sr 4 4' I I X 4 .2 Damel B Myers Danny Danny rs that popular fellow from Morrrs Townshrp CGods Countryj whose fa xorrte pastrmes are sports and grrls Everyone wrll remember hrs good looks sharp clothes and nrce quret ways After graduatron Danny expects to attend college SSO Vrce Presrdent 4 IRC 3 Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 7 to 1 Club 2 Class Treasurer 4 Patrrcra M Nolan 4 Thrs college bound lass harls from Brooksrde Pat came to MHS rn her sopho more year from Fort I-Iamrlton Hrgh School rn Brooklyn She lrkes to drrve the car and to eat but tomato pre doesnt set very well Lrhrary Assistant 4 French Club 4 Broadcaster Staff 2 Stage Make up Club 4 7tol Club J oyce M Nunes V315 Thrs energetrc senror halls from that quarnt town of Mendham Tennrs skrrng and clothes hrt a hrgh note wrth Joyce Her genral manner and pleasrng personalrty should en able her to fulhll her ambrtron to be a buyer Basketball 2 Tennrs 3 4 S an rsh Club 2 3 4 French lub 2 3 Dramatrc Club 2 3 Phys rcs Club 4 Art Club 3 Broad caster Staff 2 4 ICA 4 Tn Hr Y 4 l30l Gertrude Myers Gert Neat and well dressed rs frrendly Gert Dancrng and swrmmrng are her favorrtes but concerted people are out After graduatron Gert pects to work rn an offlce Wrth her amrable personalrty she rs certarn to be tops john O Dell Wrmrkrng on the Student Frnance Board rn 315 takes up most of john s spare trme He lrkes travelrng and drs lrkes homework john would lrke to enter the held of ac countrng after completron of hrgh school Hrs classmates wrll always remember hrs sharp clothes and genral man ner Student Frnance Board 4 Robert Nafey 7 mr crab 2 Ba ob another popular Room 300 boy rs yet unde crded on what he wrll do after graduatron He lrkes every thrng except grrls who rndulge rn smokrng Bobs leavrng wrll be a great loss to the swrmmrng team as he is out standrng rn the water Shop Foreman 2 Track 4 Swrmmmg 4 Spence Oman Here rs an amrable lad who lrkes wood shop and dancrng Spence comes to us from Hard mg Townshrp and does a good deal towards brrghtenmg up our MHS halls He plans to go to a busrness school and after that establrsh hrs own store Shop Foreman 4 SSO 4 4' john Nobrle john rs another one of the fun lovrng fellows of MHS Hrs lrkes rnclude cars musrc and grrls and he drslrkes be rng cooped up frn school rs thatnj johns ambrtron rs to get ahead rn the world Robert Noonan Wad Hrllsrdes contrrbutron to the MHS halls Wac rs one of our most popular members After graduatron he expects to yorn the Navy and see the world Almost everythrng rs popular wrth Wac and he rs bound to do well wherever he goes Lenora Opperrnan Ambrtrous energetrc and musrcal descrrbe thrs grrl Playrng the prano readrng and French rate hrgh wrth Lenora Next fall wrll find her rn college magorrng rn musrc French Club2 3 4 Physrcs Club 4 Broadcaster StaE 2 Make up Edrtor 3 4 IRC 4 ICA 4 3 4- V Qi 4 ' . I X4 ll" A 1 ll l A. . L-1 U 'J' ra :J ' ' ' ' . . " " ' . . ' rr bu I . . r A, .H AH l . HB 'H . ' I I s .1 I nPt:l H ' ' - :-- ' . ' if Q J . - ' 4 w J . .. . . , fa fr K L Frederxck Nelson Orchard Bunny Another exponent of the horseless carnage Bunny enyoys the thrrlls of the stock car races but he had better not put hrs stock car tactxcs mto practlce m travehng to Calrforma whtch he plans to du after graduatron Hrs tnp to the West completed he 10 tends to open a florrst shop whxch wnll probably put a temporary end to hrs ram Shop Foreman 2 3 Demce Mary Parisi Denny' Ever hear someone sayrng Oh I laugh? That IS Den ny s favonte saying, and speaks for 1tself rn explalnmg her jolly ways She would lrke to take a rest after graduatlon but you cant keep such an actrve gxrl qulet for very long Softball Z Basketball 2 Lrb rary Assxstant 4 Jumor Red oss 3 4 7to1 Club 2 Phrlrp Parnllo, jr Pb! Heres a fun lovmg semor harlmg from the well known metropolrs of Mendham Good food and huntmg are right down Phmls alley and you can usually find htm at the Mendham Tea Shop He has a yen for raxsmg chrckens Frank Orlaskl Frnnegrn Frank came to MHS at the begmmng of thrs school year from Madrson I-Irgh Fmne gm s hobby IS home movxes and he has proved a great asset to the Sxght and Sound Servrce Club Followmg grad uatron Frank w1ll attend col lege and later hopes to be a U S Game Warden Entered from Madison CNII HS 4 Chemistry Club 4 IRC 4 Stght and Sound Servrce 4 joseph Penmmpede A Hne student and sport enthuslast who lrkes to trnker wxth photography but after graduatron he rs a1m1ng to wards the tops 1n engrneermg schools M I T Shop Foreman 2 3 SSO 4 French Club 2 3 4 Chermstry Club 3 4 P1 Delta Epsxlon 4 IRC 2 Secretary Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 Snght and Sound Servrce 4 Physxcs Club 4 Sen lor Play 4 X l Lols Lorraine Osborne I guess you know' best rntroduces frrendly easy gorng Lors who rates ro er skatrng and moues top her lrst After gradua on Lots expects to lorn the Waves for a few years The Navys ga1n Morrrstovsn s loss Trammg Ch r 2 M bwjllf Iwo VM Charles Perry Radro and avratron are this easy gorng fellows ambmons Selfrelrance appeals to Charles but modern ltngo does not rate Charles plans to start workmg after grad uatxon but hes done some work nght here rn school SSO 4 Vrrgrma Panas Gln: After graduatlon Gmr ln tends to work as a telephone operator for a whlle but to be a nurse rs the real goal for whrch she strrves Grnr can always be found where there rs lots of fun and has been one of the schools best twrrlers Her qurck smrle and qunct drsposrtxon have made a deep rmpressron on all her frsends Carmela Parnllo Candy Thrs vrvacrous young mrss comes to us from Mendham Her magnetic personalxty beautnful vorce and dramatrc abrhty w1ll long be remember ed m MHS Candys desrre to contrnue m the Held of acting and musrc wlll surely be crowned wrth success A Cappella Choxr 2 VrcePres1 dent 3 President 4 Madrxgal Sngers 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 Presxdent 3 French Club 2 3 4 Dramatxc Club 2 3 Treasurer 4 Thespxans 3 4 Gtrls State 3 Frances C Petrone Fran Good thmgs come rn small packages certamly rrngs true when you have Fran rn mmd Her wmnmg personal tty and neat appearance add charm to any crowd Next U11 H if' ' . g-I - f x 'P 3 I Y ' N 1 I I , , fl I PI A ' Il 11 Y rr " . Il, . , .. .. . . . I . Y Y FL: . Y , . . - . .. - Y. C 1 Q . U A . . .. - - M '. ' l l 3 Ll . Q D - I ' ' It I wil ' y ' j h . . ' ' is 7 , . 4 . I - - , . V , . A U ' 1 ' 1 A I , .' . . blings. ' ' Spanish Club'3g Twirler 4. ll .H . . . . . . . H , 1 . 1 A . , I, .. .H - .. - , 7 . I . I ' 1 s . , ' ' 1 .- 4 .V . ' , - I l -' , - ' 1 l y 1 I , , . Cr . z - - . 3- . -' ' ' , A . . s , 4 : . : - ff Alu I , , , , . ' - ' ' ' ' ' . . . . n u . , - ' .. . . ' ' l - ' ' ' I I 1. n . .. - . .. J Y I ' i ,I , ,, - b - ' , . - . : , : - - . . .' r 5 l ' ' ' . l . - I n . Q I ' -52 -.. George Prerson Gorgeou: George lf Morrxstown Hrgh School were to oEer a course on forestry George would un doubtedly be the first student enrolled Hrstory rates hrgh wxth George but the cry Txmber rates hrgher SSO 3 4 Stewart G Pollock ' Stew' Thrs handsome boy rs one of Brooksrde s contrrbutxons to MHS Stew expects to go to college after gr-aduatron He has proved hrmself an excel lent actor and a first class your wrll garn frrends, hrs erson ahty rnsures a success ul fu ture H1Y 3 Presrdent 4 Spanish Club 2 3 President 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Thespxan 4 Broad caster Stair 2 3 Co-Edxtor ln Chief 4 Class V1cePres1dent 3 Debatrng Club 3 4 Tennis 2 3 4 Semor Play 4 Audrey Portrne Aud Aud halls from Moms Plams She expects to work as a salesgrrl after graduation She enjoys rce skating and her ambrtron rs to lead a happy hfe but no matter what she undertakes shes got he hearty best wrshes of her classmates 532 Stanley Plaut Drum Major who 15 mter ested rn yust about everythmg you can name Actrng and swlmmmg are hrgh on Stan s lrst of lrkes, but nts hard to thmk of somethrng to put on the other srde of the ledger He rs stlll undecrded about what he wrll do after gradu anon Swxmmrng 3 4 HIY 3 Sec retary 4 A Cappella Chorr 2 3 4 Madngal Smgers 3 4 Dra matic Club 3 4 Theaprans 4 George Portlne How about that mtro duces George who came to us from Madrson Hrgh George lS mterested rn becomrng an electrrcnan and workmg wxth radro and televrslon and he lmkes sports movres and good novels So far he has not de clded what he wlll do after graduatxon Plympton Plzmp The truth never dres rn rmp that handsome senror who came to us from North Yarmouth Academy After graduatron he plans to enter merchandrszng He enpoys huntmg fishmg and musnc and drslnkes nothnng Hrs am brtron rs to travel the world from North Yarmouth Yarmouth Marne 3 Chorr 3 4 Band 4 3 4 Swimming 3 Dolores Prrvett Dolores wrth those pretty eyes of hers comes from Whxppany Upon graduatmg she plans to porn the Waves and among other thmgs she hopes to vrsrt Afrxca She hkes to square dance and bowl whrle bike rrdmg rs her hobby Bowlmg 4 7tol Club 2 Frank Poage Smce leavmg Mornstown rn hrs sophomore year Frank has attended hrgh schools m Wash mgton and Oregon and has acqurred the name rf not the acquamtance of the most fam ous Southerner smce General Lee F E Boone Band 2 4 Orchestra 2 Physics Club 4 Photography Club 2 4 Semor Play 4 September wrll find her rn college Trammg Chou' 2 3 GAC 4 Bowlmg 4 TrxH1Y 3 4 SSO 4 Spanish Club 3 Treasurer 4 Dramatlc Club 2 Red Cross Ex ecutxve Council Secretary 3 I CA 4 7tol Club 2 Semor Play 4 Robert Polo Zoom" There goes Polo Packard Thrs lad halls from Morris Plalns Bob can usu ally be seen m Meslars say mg Can I help you? Hrs ambmon rs to own a busrness A Cappella Chorr 2 3 4 Srght and Siuund Servxce VxcePres1 nt joseph Prussack Wrth a personalxty lrke Joes rt 15 no wonder that he ns lrked by everyone He en yoys basketball tenms, and musxc but drslxlres grrls who smoke joes aptness and em clency should help hrm to fulfill hrs ambrtron to be a doctor Trammg Chorr 2 Band 2 3 Orchestra 3 SSO 3 4 Spanrsh Club 2 Chemxstry Club 4 Phyv rcs Club V1cePres1dent 4 P1 Delta Epsnlon VxcePres1dent 4 Broadcaster Staff 2 3 S orts Edrtor 4 Cobbonlan St Debating Club 4 Tenms Z 3 4 Photography Club 2 3 1 A, . . Q v .. - ,, , , , , u n - - 7 - - H G U . ' ' . I HPI. ,.. . ' , . - ' Y I . . D. ,l yu n i, 3" ' ' ',' f , ' ' ' . l .v .j 5 . 3 nalrst. Stews quret humor P again m lm' 1934 green ' 5 ' " . ' - de .. 4. - - n u ,, ,, . . ' , I . . , ' f . ' ' , . . .. . ' ,' -, -' , I H . I H. Z . b U , z .y If ag 4: ' i 4 l y up , Fred Rauscher u e Here s a peppy fellow wrth a brg smrle for everyone jupes ambrtron rs to be a mrssronary and hrs amrable personalrty wrll help hrrn Hockey and wrnter appeal to hrm and hrs favorrte sayrng rs Cousrn G1 e Club 2 3 A Cappella Chorr 2 3 4 Madrrgal Srn ers 2 3 4 Class Presrdent 2 oot ball 2 Baseball 2 Tennis 4 Ann Robertson Re As you can see thrs ener mrnded and Red wonthave much trouble rn fufrllrng her ambrtron to be a physrcal edu catron teacher She lrkes al most everythrng but concerted people and dentrsts get thumbs down from her 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Tennrs 3 4 SSO 3 4 Art Club 2 Broad caster StaE 2 Fleld Hockey 4 Cafeterra Assrstant 4 Davrd Rutan Dare Dave entered MHS Wrth the class of 49 saw hrs mrs take rust rn trme and gradu ated wrth the much superror 1950 group Hes both good lookrng and good natuted and wrll leave a lot of frrends be hrnd when he marches down the arsle rn june ew? Henry Reckfort Hank Brg Hank, who attended Honesdale Hrgh School be fore headrng for Morrrstown, expects to go to college after graduatron and study to be an engrneer Hank lrkes wrld partres tall storres and wo men but drslrkes hrstory and red rnk HrY 4 Broadcaster Stai 3 4 Football 3 4 Track 3 4 7to-1 Club 3 omas Ryan Intl: Nobody ever doubted Tom mys frghtrng sprrrt and hrs battle agarnst tough odds srnce hrs accrdent last fall has been a perfect example He has the srncere best wrshes of all hrs classmates for a complete re covery Hrs genral personalrty and sparklrng wrt have been sorely mrssed around MHS SSO 3 4 Shop Foreman 2 Ann Rhoads Anme Youll hardly ever see Ann wrthout her tradrtronal knrt trng rn her hands It s usually socks too She expects to at tend college after gettrng her sheepskrn and there she ll study to be a medrcal secretary Trarnrng Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Madrrgal Srngera 4 Band 3 4 Orchestra 2 Archery 2 French Club 2 3 Drama Club 2 3 IRC 4 ICA 4 Frances Ann Salman Fran Good old Morrrstown rs t home of thrs sweet and pleas ant lass Fran rs mterested rn many thrngs but clarms that a certarn guy rs tops by far After busy hrgh school days are over shell enter the field of secretarral work Trarnrng Chou' 2 SSO 4 Stu dent Councrl 3 Busrness Club 3 4 Broadcaster St K 3 4 tol Club 2 TrrH1Y 4 Harry Rrchards Hud A Krng Hrll resrdent, Harry lrkes eatrng sports, and the Dodgers An ardent sports fan, Hud was outstandrng rn baseball and basketball He expects to go to college, and undoubtedly wrll be a wel come addrtron to any basket ball team Band 2 H Y 3 4 Baseball quad 2 Varsrty 3 4 Basket ball Squad 2 Varsrty 3 Captam Rrchard Robshaw Here rs MHSS outstandrng ham actor, as proved by One of hrs favorrte pastrmes rs cookrng He lrkes summer evenrngs automobrle racrng and money Hrs future rs based marnly on openrng hrs own grocery store Dramatrc Club 2 Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 Thespran 4 Stu dent Councrl 3 Senror Play 4 Elsre Salkrnd Lrttle Else we would say doesnt adequately d scrrbe thrs mrss of pleasrng personalrty who can be found around Morrrstown Hrgh par trcrpatrng rn one of the many actrvrtres she has chosen She expects to go to college and plans a medrcal secretary career Trarnrng Chorr 2 Orchestra 2 3 GAC 3 4 Archery 4 Soft hall 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Ten 2 3 4 Bowlmg 3 4 HrY 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 4 Dramatre Club 2 Presrdent 3 Secretary Stal? 2 3 IRC Councrl Bridge 4 Broadcaster .3 Red Cross esr 3 Pr dent 4 Club Semor l33l :ix ' s "3.'g. 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Irene Santoro Renee Iet s go rrdrng rn a Cadrl lac convertrble says Irene Dont thrnk she doesnt glrde around town rn them erther' Her hobbres are dancrng skat mg and bowlrng Thrs at tractlve grrl wrth the mellow clothes should wrn a top spot rn the busrness world Tramrng Chorr 2 Lrbrary Al srstant 4 SSO 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 7to1 Club 2 3 Rrchard Schwab Dirk We all know Drck present when we hear Cant see rt myself Drck harls from Whrppany and enyoys always drslrkes workrng but enjoys everythrng else except wrse guys Football Squad 2 Leonard Stanley Scottr Bubby How ya dorn' rntroduces one of Morrrstown Hrgh Schools more effervescent senrors whose ambrtron rs to be a brg success Bubby wrll always be remembered as one of the frghtrngest bas ketball players rn the school Basketball Squad 3 Bankrng 3 7tol Club 3 SSO 4 D4 Gerda Schallenberger Gert Gerda rs another mrss who came to MHS from Alfred Varl School Gert expects to do offrce work after grad uatron She lrkes to dance and rce skate but all she has to say for homework rs Oh' for Peres sake' Trarnrng Clrorr 2 3 A Cappella Chorr 4 Alex Senko Al s specraltres radro and televrsron occupy much of hrs spare trme and he rs already an expert on fhese subjects When he rs not busy wrth these hobbres Alex can usually be found havrng a good trme wrth the gang He wrll study electrrcal engrneerrng rn col ege Shop Foreman 2 Plrysrcs Club 3 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Eleanor B Schaller E 1 Elly a cheerful grrl wrth a smrle for everyone harls from Ye Olde Communrty of Ralston She has no partrcular hobby lrkes to eat but drs lrkes homework The busrness world wrll clarm Eleanor as a secretary Trarnrng Chorr Z 3 A Cappella Lhorr 4 7to1 Club 2 3 Walter Raymond Srmmons The class of 1950 got a lrft when Ray arrrved early rn the wrnter brrngrng along wrth hrm a good drsposrtron and an actrve set of brarns Ray has Htted rnto the MHS pattern perfectly rn sprte of hrs late appearance and hrs classmates only wrsh that he had come to Morrrstown earlrer hrs hr h school career Babberte Laura Schlosser Baby Heres a lass wrth lots of class Babs rs her name and Cornell her arm Babs rs one of those senrors who successfully combrne school work wrth sports She plans to work rn some freld of scr ence at college Trarnrrrg Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Band 2 GAC 2 3 4 Swrmmrng 4 Softball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Tennrs 2 3 4 Spanrsh Club 2 3 French Club 2 3 4 Chemrstry Club 4 Dramatrc Club 2 Broadcaster aff 2 3 IRC Anthony SCOIII Tony Anthony combrnes work and sports wrth a wrde grrn and a hearty Whats up Doc? He has made many frlends about Morrrstown Hrgh Tony lrkes all krnds of sports hut he rs an ardent baseball fan Hrs only drslrke rs for grrls who smoke Dramatrc Club 3 Thesprans 4 Football Squad 2 Baseball 2 3 Alrce Smith Whamrrzy One of the many attractrve grrls of the class of 50 Alrce attended Lrncoln Hrgh rn Jer sey Cnty and Congers Hrgh at Congers N Y before her welcomed arrrval at MHS Alrce rntends to go to nursrng school after graduatron Lucky wrll be the patrent who gets Alrce for hrs nurse Entered from Congers fNYj HS 3 Spanrsh ub rom Teaneck CNJJ Delta Eparlon 4 ICA 4 Brrdge Llub 4 C 3 I 4 I f I 1 Ar ' ll I! H . H V. H ,, li ,, , . ' ' ' ' r -. H 1 .' . . Y ' ' V I . . , . Q '- - . , : : . , I I ' ' S . 2 . . I I D l I I I I s : . . . 9 . . : - - . - : , : ,l . : : : - ' St , , 4: 3, 4. rr ' rr ' " ' " js ., U . , ' I I .I I , ' vu r , .lu partrcrpatrng rn all sports. He ' ' D H I . I . , I . 9 . : . : , . ., ., I . . ' A 'H A ' r' rr 1 rlA!rI . 'D , . . . 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Pr . - ' - D , , i : 9 1 ,wfw K .W ' 423-, Alrx Smith Ahx has the unfarlmg spmt and ambrtron to succeed at whatever she sets out to do She lrkes people food square dancmg sewmg and kmttmg Alrx expects to attend college after graduatron and wrth her brams and pleasrng per sonalrty shes sure to do brg thmgs Trammg Choxr 2 A Cappella Chonr 3 Treasurer 4 Madrxgal Srngers 3 4 French Club 2 3 Presrdent 4 Cobboman Staff 4 IRC 4 Walter Smnrh Walt Walt was a Madison Hugh School loss and an MHS gam The outdoor he man type he enjoys huntmg and fishrng but drslrkes 36 Pon tracs and mspectron statxons Walt lrkes gxrls and enjoys the slang word hot rod After graduatron he expects to work Shop Foreman 2 james Snyder rm jrm who rs always full of wrt plans to take rt easy after graduatron and later to work He lrkes the op posrte sex better than he does school Get em boy' shows that rm 15 a lover of huntxng and sports Shop Foreman 3 Broadcaster S ff 7tol Club 3 :ht Sound and Service Club 3 If Carl Smith Ooh Papa Dah mtroduces thrs boppxsh cat from Morns town joe 15 the great football hero of the Boonton Panthers and would like to become an ace at xt joe lrkes roller skat mg at Plarnheld but plays chrlly when he goes After he plans to work 4 Student 2 Baseball Norman Snyder Norm Moms Townshlp claxms thus easy gomg semor who rates homework as the one so called must that he hkes to do least Norms favorrte pastrme-arrplane burldrng rs rn umson wrth hrs ambrtlon whrch ns to be a prlot College comes first however oan Carol Smlth joan 15 an attractrve blue eyed mrss commg to us from She abhors girls who smoke but lrkes horse back rrdrng and swrmmrng Her easy gomg manner wrll take thus lrkable grrl a long wav rn lnfe L1 rary ssnstant 2 7 to 1 Club 3 Brooksrde Dorothy E Stxckle Dol Concented people arent m Do s class Her many fnends like her sense of hu mor She enyoys skatmg as a pastxme and her pet saymg IS Well what do you know' Dot wrll go ou! into the busmess world after gradua tron SSO 3 4 Busmess Club 2 Treasurer 3 4 Broadcaster StaH 2 3 4 Red Cross Executrve Council 2 ICA 3 Othello Smrth If Descrxbed by Coach Flynn as one of the biggest football players m the state Othello has contrrbuted much both on the grrdrron and ID school where thrs bxg fellow wrll not soon be forgotten The Navy rs Ott s first stop after grad uatron and then comes his ambrtron to be a Physlcal Ed ucatron teacher F otball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Joan Margo Snover joan whose laugh makes everybody else want to laugh keeps thus happy drsposrtron through her desnre to have fun especrally m swrmmmg and bowlmg After graduatxng she hopes to attend Berkeley Sec retarral School Trammg Chorr 2 A Capcpella Chorr 4 Treasurer 3 GA 4 Bowlmg 4 TnH1Y Treasurer rdent 4 IRC 3 4 Mmam A Stokes Mimi Mxmr rs a resrdent of that forsaken place known as Moms Plarns Thxs quret mlss rs usually seen wlth Nlta and Nrtas car may have somethmg to do wrth thenr srmxlar ambntrons to tra vel She wants to go to college after graduatron and her only drslrke rs bossy people Trammg Chou' 2 3 Tr1H Y 4 Spamsh Club 2 Dramatxc Club Z 3 4 Thesplan 4 Stage 'vfake up Club 2 3 4 Us .1 5 1 ' s. Sir h I I' Y X- hx' QM. In 1 - ' - - - In . t . " ' I J ' ' t 110 fr ' ' '- . 'b A. ' 5 - - ' " ' " l . . ' ' , : . V n . - ' z' - ' 0 , , : . , - ff 1, , . h - K A ' ' ' ' , . ' ' ' 'I , . : : as 3 dl-affsman. gh . French 'Club 2, 3, Vice-Prev , ' vf ' .wr ll I! .- - -vu - ' "j' " ., H ' ' ' . ' " " ' 4 . I v l I . -D .. I v , In ' A I' ' V - ,. h ,, . . I J . . . . L. . . , A - I V b , ta 2: - - nl I Sl! v ' ' l l 2 . l Q ' l 3' l P' . - - . .y : , , : ' : E, V M! V A O x .Q a . it 1 V ,X , -P 1' sae? ' X - ll 1' ' ul , ff: Robert Sturtevant Bo Bob a popular sesslon room 300 boy expects to go to art school after graduatron to work toward hrs ambrtron of bemg a commercial artrst Avxatron and model plane bunldmg occupy hrs spare time Bobs lrkable drsposrtnon has made hlm many fnends ln MHS Art Club 4 Alrce joan Thornton Alrce comes to us from the faraway town of West Pomt Vrrgmra She lxkes to read and sew and wants to become a desrgner She s a thoroughly mce grrl wlth a drsposmon to match Entered from Beverly Allen H S West Pomt V 3 Trammg Choxr 3 Elaine Valleau Wed go far to meet any one mcer than thns petxte mxss She lrkes everyone and nearly everythmg especrally dancmg horseback ndmg sewmg and cookmg Elarnes ambrtxon rs to enter the bus mess world as a secretary Trammg Chou' 2 3 A Cap ella onr 4 7to1 Club 2 obb oman Business Manager 4 U61 George Everett Sutton Thls good looklng genral fellow halls from Mendham Ev likes huntrng and women fwho doesntgj but drslrkes homework Hrs ambxtxon 15 to engoy lxfe and after gradu atxon he expects to become a mason Rxchard Van G1eson Dxck rs one of those who xnlect a lrttle lnfe mto the school routme when thmgs be come bonng One of hs chxef actnvrtres outsrde school has been obtammg large checks from the Record rn exchange for a mysterrous type of work requlrmg about Hfteen mmutes a day Shop Foreman 3 7tol Club 2 Physlcs Club 4 HxY 4 Enleen Sweeney After graduatxon Erleen hopes to work m an office Her favonte pastlmes are swrmmmg and rce skatmg and she dnslrkes nothmg' Elleen wnll be mxssed next year but her personalnty wrll never be forgotten 7 tol Club 3 Barne Van Nest School presents a real prob lem to Bame whose major peeve ns gettmg up early Its a wonder that th1s boy has survrved to become a semor with thrs handrcap It looks lrke the Navy for Barrxe after graduatlon H Y 4 Ellen Thxberg Ellen especzally enloys pamtmg musrc and swxm mmg She rs one of our best all round students and wrll be remembered for her smcere thoughtfulness Trammg Chorr 2 A Cappella Chonr 3 4 Madngal Smgers 4 Spanish Club 2 3 Dramatxc Club 2 3 Broadcaster StaH 2 3 4 Stage Make up Club 2 3 4 Paul Underhrll Undee We owe Paul our gratrtude for many moments of comedy m our school lrfe Hrs one great ambmon ns to see every one enyoy lrfe as much as he does Paul llkes to smg and part1c1pate m sports and his one drslxke rs leavrng MHS even though hrs favornte say Trammg Choir 3 A Cappella Chcxr 4 H1 Y 4 Dramatic Club 2 Football 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 jrll Vannote Illl halls from Mt Kemble Lake and attended Butler Hugh before entermg MHS Her pep vrm and vrgor may explam her ambxtron to swrm the channel however upon graduatron she plans to use these qualrtres rn college Trammg Choir 2 3 Dramatic Club 2 President 3 4 Thea plan 4 Spamsh Club 3 Broad caster Staff 2 3 4 Cobboman Sta 4 7to1 Club 3 Senior Play 4 Q 4 4' If f H H " b" D NEW . , . . . I s - s s ' . - - - y ' . . I ' 'I . . 1 n - . ' . . . . ' . 1 ' 1 .S . 9 - . . . ll I! 1 . I ' - ! . ' . . . I - . - Q I I ' x . 3 , . 1 " ing is "No school tomorrow!" V : - : : 9 . . : 1 , . . . , , . l , ' ' ' , : , , ' ' ' ' i . : ' Ch 9 ' - - 5 cp - ' . I . u . I - - ' . i- . P F . ' , . 1 . : 5 - : ff 1 - - : 3 - - - "lr, . Carmella Vigilante Snookle Everyone knows that pop ular and pretty Snookxe the co captam of the cheer leaders She llkes dancing and sports and her only drshke lS snobs She has not yet de cxded what she wlll do after graduatlon GAC 2 3 4 Lxbrary Assistant 4 SSO Secretary Treasurer Broadcaster Staff 3 ICA 2 Cheerleader 3 Co Captain 4 7tol Club 2 3 TrlHlY 4 Samuel Warrington Breeze just cool tt' mtroduces Breeze an amlable easy gomg fellow whose hobbnes are collectmg records and readmg Hls quxet determma tton makes hrs success as a laboratory techmcmn assured Trarmng Choir 2 IRC 4 Ph111p Webb P 1 Phil has an ll'ltCICSIlDg ambrtlon to own a mllk bar and he expects to work after graduatnon tn order to fulhll t Phrl hkes hxgh school swrmmmg workmg and fish lfl Band 2 3 President 4 Swim mmg 4 Track 2 5-Q Marxlyn Joan Vogel Manlyn s ambltxon is to be wrntten up some day ln the Encyclopedla Brxtanmca and she may make lt too, ln her chosen Held of nursmg She lnkes classxcal muslc knlttlng and dogs Tranmng Choxr 2 Fxeld Hockey 4 French Club 2 3 4 Chem tstry Club 3 Secretary Treas urer 4 Broadcaster Staff 2 3 4 IRC 3 4 Senior Play 4 Walter Weeks Walt Those thmgs whrch please Walt best are good food and sports whlle stuck up glrls have no place ln hrs hfe Walter expects to attend col lege followmg graduatlon and then hopes to become a suc cessful businessman Trammg Chotr 2 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Madrlgal Smgers 4 Band 2 3 Orchestra 2 H1 4 Student Council 4 Spanish Clu 4 IRC 4 john L Walker If you hear the expressxon Play lt cool Daddy' you are lxstemng to the o'1e and only john Walker John who lnkes everythmg fmcludxng lrenej hopes to go to college and then become a chef Trammg Choir 2 4 SSO 4 Cobboman Staff 4 IRC 3 Vice Presxdent 4 Boys State 3 V1v1an E Welnsteln Vw' Vlv rs a regular grrl well lrked by all who know her and always ready for some good clean fun Where there s dancmg swnmmmg or bowl mg theres Vxv but she could do wnthout Monday mommgs and report card day After graduatxon she will spend her last lazy summer Trammg Choxr A Cappella Choir 3 4 Band 3 Bowlmg 4 7 to 1 Club 2 Pamela Warner at' Roxburys loss was mdeed Morrrstown s gam when Pat changed schools Pat enjoys most sports and loves simple fun and the Dodgers Shes not sure of her course ln the future but come what may her MHS frlends wlll remem ber her always Entered from Roxbury H S Succasunna NJ SSO Busnness Club 3 4 Shop Fore m n 3 4 Fred E Watkms Squm Mendham IS thts boy s hab ltat but that doesnt mean he confmes has acttvltres to the wllderness Squirt 10211115 far and wtde and can usually be dtstmgulshed by that comed phrase How about that' 1 Margaret Wheller Magg e Maggxe mlght easxly be called one of those all round glrls Her lnkes are sem: classncal and popular mustc her hobbles are horseback nd mg and kntttmg After grad uatton she wrll go to Stafford Ha Trammg Choir 2 A Cappella o1r3 4 Band2 3 4 chestra 3 Bowling 4 Tn HI U71 b?g53gg'Q'f"l5" ,Af-v ' I ' ' - , , . . 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Y A , Y I i L john S Whrtenack ar jack has a dangerous am brnon to be a stock car drrv er However he expects to yorn the Navy followrng grad uauon jack s hobbres are huntrng and tattoorng Barbara Wrllrams Bobble Ready for good fun rs Bobble who lrsts skatrng and dancmg as her favorrte to post grad work but Bar baras abllrty assures her an mterestrng and successful fu ture 7 tol Club 3 Wrllram Wnllshaw B1 Brll comes to us from New Vernon He rs undecrded about what hell do after grad uatron Bxll lrkes everythmg but school but hes stuck to rt anyhow Hrs favorrte sayrng rs Oh yeah? Shop Foreman 2 3 U8 Nancy Whitney Nancy rs noted for the be wrtchmg smrle she has for everyone Thrs comely miss entered our portals rn her lumor year from Manhasset Long Island Nancys rmpas sroned desrre to get ahead wrll always be a great asset to her Entered from Manhasset tLIl HS 3 A Cappella Chorr 4 Tramrng Chonr 3 Student Coun cal 4 7 to 1 Club 3 Color Guard 4 Brrdge Club 4 Duane Chester Wrlt C bet ' Chet undoubtedly one of the best all round boys of the semor class plans to contrnue hrs studres rn college Band 2 H1Y Vrce Presrdent 3 Treasurer 4 Student Councrl 2 Treasurer 4 French Club 2 Chemrstry Club 3 Physics Club 4 Broadcaster Stat? 2 3 Sports Edrtor 4 Cobboman Edrtor rn Chref 4 Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Boys State 3 Semor Play 4 Wrllram Wrbbelt B1 Thrs tall rangy lad emerged from the Townshrp to make quxte a mark rn the senror class After hrgh school Brll expects to go to college and then become a flyer He clarms hrs only drslrke rs physlca exertron although he rs outstandrng rce skater Helen Yankowrch Thrs actrve and peppy mrss 15 a local gal who rs mtent on bemg a successful secre tary Helen rs noted for her artrstrc abrlrty and pleasrng personalrty Trarmng Chou' 2 A Cappella Chou' 3 4 Madngal Sm ers 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstant 3 tudent Frnance Board Secretary 4 Bus mess Club 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 Fashion Edrtor 4 Cobbonran Stal? 4 Red Cross Executrve Councxl 2 Tr1HlY 4 Lorrarne Wrllever Remy Ramys nrckname does not justly descrrbe her for thrs comely blonde brmgs sun shme wherever she goes Theres no place like Sears Roebuck 64 Co says she In crdentally she works there and would lrke to contrnue dorng so after MHS days are no more Student Fmance Board Paymg Teller 4 Busrness Club 2 3 4 Jumor Red Cross 4 Sally Ann Wrllramson If you ever hear a Guess what' rn the drstance youll know Sally s around She lrkes smgmg swrmmrng and The partres She plans to be a Home Economrcs teacher after she goes to college and her obby of sewrng wrll help her Trarnmg Chorr 2 A Cappella Chorr 3 4 Bowlmg 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 Cobboman Stal? 4 IRC 4 Lewrs Zarr w Heres a likable chap who enjoys experrmentmg wrth chemrcals and testmg Mr Hank Mellmgers pearls of wrsdom Besrdes bemg a good student Lew fmds trme for outdoor sports and plans to specralrze rn chemrcal englneerrng rn college Student Councnl 3 Chemrstry Club 3 4 Pr Delta Epsrlon 4 Broadcaster Staff 3 . 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S ibn!! s 'Wu . f11,',f BEST ACTORS BEST DRESSED HAH Ui Jill Vafmofe Nancy Anclreorio D1Ck R0b5haW Anthony Scotti DONE MOST FOR MHS BEST DANCERS BIOST POPULAR Carmela Parrillo Carmella Vigilante Mike Barry ChetW1lt Barrie Van Nest Lois Chambers MOST LIKELY TO V SUCCEED CLASS CLJT-UPS MOST STUDIOUS A 1 X. S, , Nx LN ' Q. v Peggy Lyon Lynn Kagan Lenora Opperman Stew Pollock Jlmmy Haake Lew Zarr T401 BEST ALL-ROUND Peggy Dacey Chet Wilt MOST ORIGINAL Ruth Brown Stew Pollock CLASS GIANTS CLASS SHRIMPS Diane Curl Fran Petrone Nelson Botsford Dave Gallery IN WORST WITH BEST LOOKING BEST MIXERS FACULTY MOST BASHFUL Mike Barry Lynn Kagan Anita Greer Peggy Dacey joe Mafinafo Stanley Grundy MOST AMBITIOUS WITTIEST NOISIEST :- N I I if I Ann Robertson Alix Smith Laura Douglas Lynn Kagan Lin Bryant Stew Pollock john McLaughlin jerry Baker Cher Wilt wi A 'w' waxy? I v .g 4 1 Q , , 2 ', 5" 1 5' w 'tx 1 . 51. A-i f 4.4, A E1 A CLASS HISTCDRY A.gJ Q2 Back in September of 1946, we, the members of the class of 1950 first entered the "hallowed halls" in which we were to spend our next four years The class of 50 was a good deal like any other entering class-only a little better Our freshman year was highlighted by the electron of our first set of class officers which included Chet Wrlt president Fred Rauscher vice president Car mela Parrrllo secretary Clive Coutts treasurer M Danrel Sinclair was a popular selection for class adviser Under the guiding hand of this grou Freshman Night was arranged First a play Bo by Sox Brigade was presented featuring jean Farrell Carmella Vigilante Sue Gorry Beulah Fisher and 1' om Dempsey the started with us anywayj Follo 1 mg the performance everyone descended to the gym nasium where we danced to the music of Bill acobus Orchestra As sophomores we were assigned to our perma nent session rooms and suddenly certain teachers began wondering why they ever chose to teach in high school Fred Rauscher was elected to the presidency Marty Katz became vice president and Mary King and Anna Clemente were the secretary and the treasurer respec tively Many members of the Class of 50 quickly became active in the various clubs and other activities with a 42 '7iQ""' V 5 4.-wh' goodly share of ofiicerships falling our way. On April 2 we made our bid for social prominence by conduct- ing a very successful Sophomore Prom Later in the spring in order to bolster the treasury the class spon sored the first annual Faculty Varsity baseball game By the time we were juniors we had become fairly established in MHS and realizing the need for an outlet to show off our superiority we purchased our flashy class rings Now there was no mistaking the members of the Class of the Half Century It was rn this year also that the new regime of Dr Frank Bogle superintendent of schools M Maurrce Wilson principal Mr Harold Eaton vice principal and Mr Clyde Wemhold director of gurd ance began operations in Morristown High We elected joe Crllo as our president Stew Pollock vice president Marge Annrs secretary and Marty Katz treasurer Mr Flynns 1948 State Championship Football team might never have gained its title if it werent for the services offered by joe Battaglra Danny Myers Lin Bryant and Co Captarn Mike Barry When the juniors took over the Broadcaster at mid year Stew Pollock and Dan Kleitman were ap pointed as Co Editors In Chief Also during this school year 1948 49 vue could have found Mary King as president of the 7 to 1 Club Don Morong at the head of the SSS and Sally Williamson as presi dent of the "B" Choir. Many juniors also held minor offices in the different activities. In the A Cappella Choirs' operetta, "The Student Prince," Carmela Par- rillo and Clive Coutts, of the class of '50, held the leading roles. The theme "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" was chosen for our junior Prom, and it proved to be most successful. Then, still being in the aseball mood, we again sponsored the Faculty Varsity battle which needless to say was won by the varsity for our nine took the Morris County Class A championship dur ing its regular season And so last September with three fun filled years behind us we finally moved in as seniors Electing officers was old stuff to us by this time and with football showing its influence we selected big joe Battaglia for our top man with Mike Barry second in line Leon Knauer secretary and Dan Myers treasurer completed the foursome This marked the first time during our stay in MHS that any class had had a ruling group which included only one gender As has been the perennial custom we quickly set about ordering senior hats Many colorful styles were shown us but feeling rather conservative we decided upon a maroon crew cap with white trim Also as rs the perennial custom we displayed our hats with an extreme amount of egotism In the fall the football team under Co Captains Byrant and Barry rolled up a terrific 7 1 1 record losing only to Phillipsburg and tying with Dover Al Garcia Duck Adamsky Hank Reckfort and Lou D Agostmo moved up this year to take their places in the starting lineup with returning veterans while a serious injury suffered in the previous Thanksgiving game prevented joe Battaglia from continuing with the old gang The basketball team fought hard all season long but could only come up with a record of nine wins and eight losses Marty Katz Lou D Agostino and Captain Harry Richards played important roles for 'Ui "Mac" throughout the season. The indoor track sea- son was climaxed as joe Dempsey raced his way into second place in the 220-yard dash at the state meet, while Harold Eaton, as a swimmer, took sixth spot in the backstroke event at the state swimming champion- shi s. R'Streetcar In The Attic" was our senior play, and under the usual fine direction of Mr. P. B. Cowan, Dick Robshaw and jill Vannote kept a packed house in continuous laughter This was Mr Cowans last year as a director of senior plays and on behalf of the senior classes of the past eighteen years we would like to say Thanks Again Clive Coutts and Carmela Parrillo starred in the operetta but this time with Sweethearts as the presentation the spotlight had to be shared with Paul Underhill Honors were won by Beulah Fisher the D A R Pilgrim and Frank Poage who was awarded the Bausch and Lomb Science Award while Stew Pollock and jean Drake received gold Achievement Keys in the National Scholastic Writing Contest College Boards are finished jobs applied for and now we look forward to june which means diplo mas the prom and the cutting of the ties that have held us at MHS for the past four year Our com mencement exercises will start a new trend for gradu ations for it will be the second outdoor service in the history of the school As a class we will cease official activity with our last and biggest social event the Senior Prom but unofficially the Class of 1950 will live on for many long years to come through the host of friendships which originated in MHS We will undoubtedly for get most of what we were taught in Morristown High in a very few years and when we reminisce about our high school days it will probably be with thoughts of proms dates the gang at Thode s swapping of senior pictures the teachers and the fun we ve had at our wonderful Alma Mater 43 ' y s . . 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Y., - H..- SENIOR OFFICERS Mrke Barry vrce president Ad user Dxtlow Schroll Joe Bat tagha presxdent Leon Knauer secretary Dan Myers treasurer SENIOR CLASS To ard the offncers rn therr exetutrve dutles were sessron room representatrves oe Dempsey Frank Poag Audrey jukes, john ones Carmella Vrgnlante jrm Lredell Stew Pollock Helen Yankowrch and Fred Rauscher Along mth the Senror Prom these people also planned a Faculty Varsnty baseball game The Senror Play gave the brggest boost to the treasury as usual JUNIOR CLASS The ambltlous Junxor class thrs year sponsored the Faculty jayVee basketball game and then on May 96 held nts prom a semr formal ew ent whlch had Chlnese Fantasy as rts theme JUNIOR OFFICERS Advxser C Henry Melhng Joelene Jones secretary B111 Davis presrdent Norman Peter sen treasurer John Glanvxlle vnce presxdent M41 A ' 1 Q ' ' . . 5 ' 1 I 1 2 1 - J v N7 J 9 1 1 1 7 - 1 1 , . 1 w - 1 v ' 7 V 1. . 71, - l l . er: . 1 Q n 9 . ' l 1 . Q a SOPHOMORE OFFICERS David Perry, presidentg Ann Robinson vice presidentg Tom Spruell, treasurerg B a r b a r a Freeston secretary 3 Adviser George Hughes. SOPHOMORE CLASS The sophomores, on May J sponsored a Sophomore Dance which proved to be highly successful We can expect a great deal from this class in the next two years FRESHMAN CLASS The freshmen held a dance in the spring, and also ran a candy stand after school and at various dramatic events FRESHMAN OFFICERS Jones president Adviser James Allen Fred ShaHer treasurer Claire Saunders vice president 45 , , - .. U - , Lois Cacchio, secretaryg Karl i i 4 : . , . : , . .-,x,. I If N my I ' 'X ' ,.1,gvI L -.-. ,... ,.., ....-.a-...... ACTIVITIES fl' ,-.5 '- f 'CZ . ' Nw- 'N V 1 I f 'Tix if "' . 3 .-" ' ' " 'A51'siJ' '. - 1-1 FLQQX fgfiqjlg 3 91--SLE?-b A : .-,sxgxw -' .fe 'T' .1 . ' "" , -, -' ,A-. . 1 ,'35:.-.,,- , x nb... , -' x f HAS ,QS --1.7-' -fl 1- x x - , ...-- 'A-uf V 1 -V. 'VV gina' P ' in gi- ,.q0f"4-'bv '1'.1,.k .A .1 . 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P481 I K It --on-5,5 CCBBCNIAN .2 As you glance over these pages the chances are that you wrll not realrze or even thrnk about all the effort that has been extended nn order to make thrs one of the best and most orrgrnal Cobbonrans rn MHS hrstory Even rf you cons1der that thrs goal has not been achreved you cannot deny the Cobbonlan board an E for effort for the three drvrsxons Art Staff Busmess Staff and Edrtorral Staffj have done therr utmost to make thrs yearbook a true example of the class of 50 s orrgrnahty and success To ard and abet rn the carrying out of thls undertakmg Mr Marcus Smrth has supervrsed the edltorral staff whrle Mr Zrmmerman has handled the busmess end and Mnss Bryant the art work Chet Wrlt was selected as Edrtor rn Chref to be axded by Elarne Valleau as busmess man ager and Ruth Brown as art editor to whom may be credrted the many drawlngs that are drspersed throughout the pages of thns book i Frmsh readmg your 50 Cobboman and here s hoping you enjoy rt E if al . 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U xi, - , I I i ' " .V V .v ' U, .-,g'y,,-3, Jn' ' E491 soj BRGADCASTER One of the most active organizations in MHS was the Broadcaster under the capable leadership of Stew Pollock and Danny Kleitman This year the Broadcaster has outdone itself in excellent reporting of school activi ties The students will long remember the rhymes of ean Drake s fashion column Norm Petersen s sport cartoons and joe Prussack s and Chet Wilts Srdelmes Much of our praise goes to the business board and the circulation board who worked behind the scenes It is sincerely hoped that the juniors have as much success as the seniors have had A judged by their April Fool issue there is no need for doubt The entire staff really appreciates the patience and hard work of its able advisers Mr Marcus Smith Miss Georgia Foltz Miss Helen Reilly and Miss Wilma junemann iq., In the spring the juniors took over, with judy Kesslinger as the new editor-in-chief. . s . Q 1 Q . . , SENICR PLAY Patricia Beaumont Mildred Beaumont Ralph Harrison Mailman Bob Beaumont john Gerald Miss Scott Rosemary jasper Smith joe Smith Jim Smith John Smith junior s Mother Jacqueline Smith More Smnths Officer McGill Quipley Man CAST jill Vannote can Drake Dic Robshaw Peter Austin Chet Wilt Ronald Hickman Mary Costanzo Sylvia Heller Marilyn Vogel Stewart Pollock Nicholas DeNunzio joseph Cillo David Gallery Diane Curl Beulah Fisher The Production Crew Anthony Scotti john McLaughlin Early in the spring the seniors presented their annual play which this year broke all records success for the production, chose a hilarious three act comedy written by Louis Feldhaus called Street Car In The Attic The tremendous success of the affair was due not only to the arduous and faithful work of the cast and its director but also to the many off stage committees, without whose services the play could not have been presented J' 'B 1 1 J l ML Pmtoll -------------'------------ William Howell Mr. P. B. Cowan, whose brilliant direction assured THESPIANS DRAMATIC CLUB junior-Senior Group SENIOR SECTION Prr.r1'di'v1! , I 'iff-I'r'i'.w'ifi4'l:1 ,X'ri'wtr1r'x , , lriiuiiiir ,, ,I l, Prcridl-vit -.. l'i:l'vPn's1'dvH! Secrular-i' NIUR SICCTI Dick Robshaw ,--Stew Pollock ,- lflsic Salkinnl -,,Bill Howell ONS Ronnie Bitondo --Cliris Yalerio Mimi Krongolil Tl'Ul15l1rUV ,YY ,,-, Pri':1a'an1 Vice-Prcsid SUE7'f'ft1P'-V Tm'd.rm'i'1' Un! Barbara Lyon llarry 1NICCall ,Joan Preston ,,Norma Tripp ---Joe Murray DRAMATIC CLUB Sophomore-Freshman Group SIJPIIOMORIC SECTIONS Pr'v.vr'Jl'flI , ,., ,,.,,,. , ,,Frances Cifrese I'th'-1'1'i'.v1'i1t'nit ..,,,, -,.. ..,,, Ella VVing ,S'm'rcti1ry , Y Y Y , ,-Margie Loth Tn'a.rm'rr ,,,, ---Bob Keating Pf'u.viJl'11I ,,.,., L ,,,, jack Scudder l'iuc-Pw,vni.'izr .M , .e,,Patsy Davies 5'z'ur'rtury ,,,.,. Ln, ,.,,,, Ann Robinson Ti'uus1n'.'r W, , L, ,.-,jrnyce Kargaarrl A-ldrisrr' ,Ln ,,,Miss Margaret Eckman .-l.r.v1'smi1!,r W, ..A,,,,, Mrs. Mary Oerther Mr, Livingston Sperling FRIQSHRI.-XX SICCTIOX Pf'u.fx'iic11t ..,, ,,,,, , -, ,,., Dewey Elmer l'1'uu-Prr.vz'iIun1 N, , , ,,IIopc Flanagan .S'fr'fr!t1r'y , , , , ,- ,,,-L'arol Epstein Tri'as1it'l'v' , ,,v.. Beverly McCarty .-1d:1'.rr-r H, Bliss Rolwrta Hillock FRESHMAN DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY CAST 1- . E" 1' 1 '. .1 -rf""' A Ilivl if f:.:4:? l i Q f. A J DRAMATIC CLUBS The Senior and junior Dramatic Clubs have com pleted another successful year under the very capable direction of Miss Margaret Eckman assrsted this year by Mr Livingston B Sperlmg The classes conducted by the above members of the faculty proved interest ing as well as informative to all those attending with such subjects as speech and stage presence being in stilled in the members during the two period a week course As a result of the arduous practice and study on the part of the class members a large number of these enthusiasts received roles not only in the Dramatic Club presentation junior Miss and the many audi tornum plays but also in the productions of Sweet hearts the A Cappella Choirs operetta and Street Car In The Attic the senior play Other Dramatic Club presentations The Wedding The Happy There is a lot more to dramatics than acting as both the dramatic students and Miss Eckman will agree For each of the many plays produced there '75 L must be a corps of properties workers stage hands to put up and paint scenery and properties groups for directing and prompting lighting experts sound effects men and yes even curtain pullers Besides all these every member of the club must be an expert ticket salesman for the seats just haxe to be filled in order to meet expenses Every year the Dramatic Club presents member ships and pins from the National Thespian Society to those who have merited them by their work through out the years These pins and memberships are award ed according to the number of Thespian points accum ulated by the member from his sophomore year on This amount must meet or exceed 100 and the points may be obtained through acting or through work on one of the previously mentioned committees As in the past the dramatic picture was rounded make up crev. This group has no connection with the dramatic clubs but played a leadin role in mak ing the 1950 dramatic season a success ul one 53 - I , . . . . . . . . - , . . . 7 , . , . . . . I , , . . . I . . - . , . - v 1 l y ' ' . , . l . ,, - . ' ' , . 1 7 U ,l, . Q V - . . 7 I 3 journey," were enjoyed by the assembly audiences. out by the fine work of Miss Olive Shuster and her . . , Q - . V. . 1 gymnn- r K. 5:-:I 'S' 4 ' 1- Q - f 5991 I jig. A , The band is one of the most active and necessary organizations in MHS. The football games would lack much of their thrill and excitement without the music of the band, with the mention of football games bringing to mind the spectacular formations which the group displayed on Memorial Field. This year has been an important year for the band because a new director was engaged. He is E. Paul Giersch, who came to MHS from Freehold. Mr. Giersch also spent four and a half years in the army. Perhaps this latter point explains the skill with which the band was directed in its maneuvers on the foot- ball field. The seventy-piece band has been a real service group, playing at assemblies and graduation in ad- dition to their own concert which was held in March Stepping out in front of the band this year was the sensational maroon and white color guard. The group consisted of Captain Arlina Sharpe, Libby Blue, Nancy Whitney, Margie Annis, and Helen Wimmer. Carla Michelfelder was an alternate. One of the most spectacular events of the season came at Thanksgiving when, with the band, they per- formed a barnyard scene, with turkeys, ducks and farmers, which gave much enjoyment to the cheering crowds. Captain ........................ Marian Tirrell During the '49 football season the Morristown High School Twirlers put on quite an exhibition. One of the most spectacular was performed at the Thanks' giving Day game. These performances involve long hours of practice to acquire the perfect coordination which they displayed. Captain Marian Tirrell helped to instruct the new- comers and to bring them all together. Every year the girls do a spectacular job at all the games in repre- senting their high school. The orchestra has been in existence for four years now, although this is the first year that Mr. Henry Dabczynski has had it under his direction. It per- formed for the senior play, and combined with the band gave a spring concert that was enjoyed by all. It has occupied an important part in the assembly pro- gram. It added quite a feather to its ca when it per- formed notably the difficult score For the school operetta, "Sweethearts" are - 'f Raw I .5 , 21,1- TWIRLERS CRCHESTRA ' 0 iff ai., .-, I -. .- -,. ,.-- M..--Y I- . 5 A CAPPELLA cl-nom ,, .... .... ...,.. .aids For many years now, the familiar sounds of the two A Cappella Choirs have Hoated from room 100 and down the hall of the first floor corridor. This is one of the outstand- ing organizations in the high school, and its fame is due largely to the hard work and patience of the director, Mr. Charles F. Meys. At Christmas, the annual Candlelight Service was given, and the beautiful backdrop of the Nativity scene made a lovely setting for the carols and sacred music sung by the combined choirs. The program was presented two nights and included "Holy Art Thou," "Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light," "Quem Vidistis, Pastores," "The Magi Kings," and "Nowe1l." When spring rolled around, the choirs' thoughts turned to something lighter, and on April 27, 28, and 29, the delightful operetta "Sweethearts," by Victor Herbert, was presented. The cast consisted of Prince Franz, Clive Coutts, Sylvia, Carmela Parrillo, Lieutenant Karl, Paul Underhill, Liane, Rosanne DePalma, Dame Paula, Nancy Burke, Mike, jimmy Haake, Slingsby, Stan Plaut, Van Tromp, Art Beer, Caniche, Bob Emery, and the six sisters, Lizette, jean Lamb, Clairette, Margaret Hall, Babette, Margaret Wheller, Toinette, Alix Smith, Jeanette, Ellen Thiberg, Nanette, Ann Robinson. The choir will end a highly successful year by presenting several numbers at the Commencement exercises. fav The French Club, with Alix Smith as president and Miss Rhoda Lippincott as adviser, has had another successful year, highlighted by several special events. They were the Christmas banquet with Madame Cressey of Montclair as the honored guest, the initiation meeting for all new mem- "Saludos Amigos" is the password of this active organi- zation which meets twice monthly to speak Spanish, learn more about Spanish-speaking countries, and to have fun. Under the guidance of Miss McClelland, the "Senors and Senoritasn of MHS had many enjoyable programs during the President .... .... S tewart Pollock Treasurer ......... Frances Petrone Secretary ............. Jean Drake Adviser --Miss Eleanor McClelland FRENCH CLUB bers, and the club's annual spring trip to New York to see, among other things, the stage play, "I Know My Love." Movies, games, student-participation, and excellent re- freshments are the means used to present a variety of pro- grams on France and French culture intended to be interest- ing and enjoyable. year, including movies, skits, and question bees. Adding to these programs good refreshments, one can see that the Spanish Club is a smoothly functioning group. Recently the entire club journeyed to New York to see the stage production "As You Like It," and their year's activities were brought to a grand hnale with their Spanish picnic. SPANISH CLUB Alix Smith .............. President Joan Snover ....... Vic! President Mildred Haimowitz ..... Treasurer Joe Cillo ........... - -Secretary Miss Rhoda Lippincott ..... Adviser U81 W President ......... Marie Makowski l'icz'-Prexiderxt ........ Alice Cullen Secretary ........ Lucille Vigilante Treasurer ....... jean Capricciuolo Adviser ....... Mr. George Hughes 4 BUSINESS CLUB -' The sole purpose of the Business Club is to foster in- teresting activities, both social and commercial, for the members of the club who are in the Business Department. Various committees are appointed to handle the enter- tainment and programs at the club's meetings. The girls strive to attain worthwhile and enjoyable gatherings. The Art Club was first organized in 1944, and it has now become one of the busiest and most worthwhile clubs in MHS. It gives students the opportunity to develop their talents for art. During the course of the year, requests are made for ART i--,' Q One of the most successful events staged by the club during the year was the Valentines Square Dance, which was enioyed by students and faculty alike. Mr. Hughes. the adviser, is always on hand to see that the meetings are a success. community posters and other contributions for art, and the club does a splendid job on all its undertakings. Under the able supervision of Miss Bryant, the students are free to select the form of art they wish to attempt, such as water painting. craftwork, or oil painting. CLUB President ............ Ruth Brown Vice-President ........ Peggy Lyon Secretary-Treasurer --Sylvia Heller Adviser ...,. Miss Clara M. Bryant LIBRARY ASSISTANTS This is a group of volunteer students who have spent their free time helping in the library. These volunteers in- clude joan Dunston, Marie Kostenbader, Lois Chambers, ,loan Sevey. Corinne Pettit, Pat Nolan, Dot Barker, joan XX'einhold, Nancy Kopp, Mary Anne Harding, joy Mari- naccio. Ann Callahan. jeannette King, Phyllis Mason, Linda Perlmutter, jean D'Alconzo. Lita Davidson, Norma Rocco, The study of international affairs is the aim of this club. This is done through the use of movies, discussions, and speakers. Some of the outside speakers have been Mrs. Harold Hasen. who spoke about japan, and Mr. Michael O'Neill, the exchange teacher from England. Also featured were talks about different countries and talent shows by the members, The group also visited the International Relations INTER- NATIONAL Pat Furness. Irene Paszcyak, Marie Haas, joan Courter, Catherine Keyes, Carmella Vigilante, Denice Parisi, Frances DiChiara. Eleanor Tenhengle, Florence Agacinski, Lenore Oberdick, Suzanne Leek, Irene Santoro, Helen Mitchell, Mary Jean Barbour. Bessie Price, Isabelle Conn, Barbara Lyon, Chris Valerio, Tobey Rosenfarb, jean Tomlin, Gayle Finlay, Frances Cifrese, and Josephine Costanzo. Forums. In February all those students with a "B" average in history were invited to ioin the club. The IRC was capably led by joe Pennimpede under the direction of Miss Elsie Campbell and Mr. Livingston Sper- ling. RELATIONS CLUB President ......... Joe Pennimpede Vicc'-Prr.r:'dcut ...,. Johnny Walker Treasurer --------"Dixie Robison Secretary ............... Pat Mees Adviser: ...... Miss Elsie Campbell Mr. Livingston Sperling T601 as 6 PM.,- l Q .il Ls L1 11+ President ......... Nelson Botsford Vice-President .... Joseph Prussack Treasurer ..,,....... James Liedell Secretary .,,,,........ Pat Furness Adwlver -,-Mr. Lawrence Warbasse This year's Physics Club, ably headed by Mr, Warbasse, was designed to recognize the fine work of the students who consistently maintain good marks in physics. Also, it al- lowed them to go deeply into new experiments or discussions not taken up in the class room. Being Ll very social organization, the club made trips to The Chemistry Club is designed to give students in- terested in conducting experiments and learning more about chemistry an opportunity to do this and have fun at the same time. The informal meetings are held in the laboratory, where President ,. ..,,,.,,,...... joe Cillo Vice-Prcxidcut ..,.. Nick DeNunzio Secretary-Treasurer--Marilyn Vogel Program Chairmen Lew Zarr, Pete Austin Adziser ....... Mr. Chester Osborn PHYSICS CLUB Princeton and Rutgers Universities, a research laboratory and a power plant in XX'hippany. Two outstanding trips were the very successful outings to Deer Lake in the fall and in the spring. The club also had a Christmas party where the members had a very enjoyable time. the members are in a mood which encourages some of their more sane experiments. During the past year various new concoctions have been attributed to this ambitious group. whether they are willing to admit it or not. The members have had a good time in this active organization. CHEMISTRY CLUB mm!- ,gs v lQ61l Adviser - ..... Mr. Vincent Fosbrc This year the Shop Foremen were led by Mr. Fosbre who is head of the machine shop, a new addition to MHS. The main sidelines this year were a trip to the U. S. Naval Air Station in Lakehurst, N. J., in April, and a second trip The Make-Up Club is not only an active 'and interesting club, but a very useful one. The club, with jean Tomlin as president and Miss Olive Shuster as adviser, practices make- up technique at regular meetings and also does all the President ............ Jean Tomlin Adviser ....,... Miss Olive Shuster ' SHOP FOREMEN to La Guardia Air Field, where some of the members were favored by a plane ride. With this type of training, our students are sure to be successful foremen. make-up for MHS dramatic presentations. This year the club made up the casts of all the dramatic club plays, the A Cappella Choir's operetta, and the senior play. They ended their activities this year with a trip to the Paper Mill Playhouse to see "Sh0wboat." MAKEUP CLUB J.C.A. The junior Civic Association, one of the oldest student groups in the school, concluded its 28th year of activity in co-operation with the Morristown Woman's Club. Known as the JCA, the organization is guided by Mrs. Martha Hopler. Among the projects undertaken this year have been the The Sight and Sound Service, or SSS, was headed by Donald Morong with the help of Miss Ross. This club was truly a service to the school, as it took care of all requests for visual education equipment, especially the projector and S.S.S. President ...... ....... P at Brill Vice-Pres-ident ...... joan Connelly Secretary .......,...... Judy Wolf Treasurer ............. Alice Smith Advirer ....... Mrs. Martha Hopler dressing of dolls for distribution by welfare agencies at Christmas, the continued interest in the annual clean-up campaign and the association with Municipal Committees responsible for a cleaner Morristown. Students were urged to submit suggestions for the improvement of the com- munity, film strip machine. At the bi-monthly meetings, the members discussed and saw demonstrations of new equipment. The SSS's trip to New York in the spring was the high- light of the year. President ......... Donald Morong Vice-President ........ Donald Goss Secretary .......... Richard Drake Treasurer .... --Robert Lantermau Captain --- Adviser -- ---------.John Jones ----Miss Dora Rosa JUNIOR RED CROSS The JRC, with Elsie Salkind as president and Miss Catherine Quackenbush as adviser, has had an active year. Some of the things accomplished were 100 toys for children's hospitals, 12 gift boxes for overseas, and a large school Pi Delta Epsilon, newly created mathematics club, was organized with the purpose of giving members a broader understanding of mathematics than can be obtained in the classroom. Membership is limited to juniors and seniors with at least a "B" average in math. At Christmas the club presented a geometrically decorated Christmas tree exhibited in the library, and another exhibit, Pl DELTA EPSILON +. President ........... Elsie Salkind l"icv-President ..... Hope Flanagan Secretary-Treasurer Mary Lee Coleman Adviser Miss Catherine Quackeribush chest similar to the one made and sent to Ecuador last year. The Industrial Arts classes and sewing classes have also cooperated in JRC activities, making things for Lyons Hospital such as pencil holders, ash trays, and tables. The Red Cross is an organization that MHS can be proud of. centered around a springtime theme relating geometry to nature, was shown at Easter. Speakers are sometimes present at club meetings, and programs involving the historv of mathematics, puzzles, games, magic squares, and other mathematical recreations are presented. President ..... .... P eggy Lyon Vice-President ....... Joe Prussack Secretary ............. Jim Liedell Treasurer ........... Jerry Fischer Program Chairman --Marian Tirrell Refreshment Chairmen Joe Cillo, Grace Beach Public Relations Liaison Danny Kleitman Adviser ........ Miss Betty Wright 49 uv, if 1 Head Banker ......... Betty Morra Assirtant Bunker .... Janet Pierson Adviser --Mrs. Marion T. Robinson STUDENT BANKERS ei 1 Student banking is an activity conducted every Tuesday morning under the supervision of Mrs. Marion Robinson. Its purpose is to help students save money in small amounts. The approximate amount saved this year totaled S3,700. There are two bankers in each session room who collect The debaters of MHS, under the direction of Mr. Saul Swanger and Mr. T, M. Cowan, could have been seen de- bating in all parts of the state thislyear. The majority of the debates were notched up as MHS victories. Other fields of public speaking besides debating were participated in by members of the club. They were Jerry the students' deposits, which are then totaled in the oHice. A report is made of the total deposits from each room, which is compiled by Head Banker Betty Morra assisted by janet Pierson. The money is then taken to the Morris County Savings Bank, where it is deposited. Baker and john McLaughlin in humorous declamationg Bob Mauskopf in dramatic interpretationg Margie Dretel, Leatie Brown, Stew Pollock, and joe Prussack in original oratoryg and Dan Kleitman in extemporary speaking. john McLaughlin, jerry Baker. Dan Kleitman, and Fred Tremallo represented Morristown in the National Contests. DEBATING CLUB i651 This comparatively new organization has done much toward the improvement of MHS. Its members are juniors and seniors having all passing marks. Under the guidance of Mr. Harold Eaton, this group's main purpose is to direct the crowds in hallways in an orderly manner and to bring about better cooperation and more consideration among the Membership in the World Federalists is open to all students sincerely interested in maintaining world peace through world unity. In November, several of the members journeyed to the U.N. to represent the New jersey Federalists. They ob- served several sessions and became acquainted with the Pre.i-ident ......... Dorothy Barker Vice-President ....... Danny Myers Secretary-Treasurer Carmella Vigilante Adviser ......... Mr. Harold Eaton S.S.O. , ,ESQ students. This year the SSO adopted a new constitution and new by-laws, They sponsored the Spring Basketball Dance and are active in many other ways, proving that the SSO is an important part of Morristown High School. principal aims of the organization. The selling of Christmas cards was a state-wide cam- paign conducted by the Federalists in which the Morristown Chapter participated. The funds raised by this project made it possible to sponsor an excellent assembly program early in March. UNITED WORLD FEDERALISTS ------Pat Mees Prerident ...... Vice-Pre:-idcnt ........ Jean Farrell V 4 ..- Treasurer ............. Tom Alloco Adviser ......... Mr. T. M. Cowan E661 Prerident ...... Vice-President --- ,--,----Stan Plaut Trearurer .,..... Chaplain ........ Adviser ...... Mr. Secretary ...,.. ----Stew Pollock -----Clive Coutts -------Chct Wilt -Horace Beckwith William K. Flynn HI-Y The Hi-Y, sponsored by the Optimists, a local service club, enjoyed an active year. Always received with great interest and enjoyment were talks and movies given by several prominent speakers Twice a month, on Wednesday evenings, the Y.M.C.A. plays host to a group of fun-loving junior and senior girls who make up the MHS Tri-Hi-Y. In the fall of each year the girls hold a traditional initiation ceremony. Along with their welfare work, which includes dressing dolls and hx- TRI- H I-Y a- ,E - -t- throughout the year. Getting together on Thursday nights, the club had a supper meeting once a month. The Hi-Y organization sponsored Saturday night dancing, bowling, swimming, and other activities at the Y Canteen. ing toys, the girls bowl, swim, and play ping pong. The club and its activities have done a great deal to draw the girls of MHS into close relationship throughout the school year. President. ......... Catherine Keyes Vice-Prendcnt ....... Peggy Dacey Secretary ........... Jean Erickson Adviser --- D571 Helen Yankowitz - .... Mr. Waldron Newly organized this year, the Chess Club has become popular with many MHS students. The purpose of the club is to give the members an opportunity to learn the finer points of the game. The members bring their own sets and many have be- The Photography Club, meeting every two weeks under the excellent direction of Mr. Fogel, has done 'a wonderful lob this year in snapping pictures for the Broadcaster and the Cobbonian. The Club was first organized in january, 1948. The purpose is to better its members in the art of taking pictures. President .............. john Jones Vice-Prc.ridcnt ....... Allan Ditman Secretary ............ Chris Valerin Treasurer ............. ..-Lily Aho Adviser .... Mr. Leonard Saunders CHESS CLUB come quite skilled at the game, evidenced by the fact that some have checkmated Mr. Saunders in three moves. Attempts to schedule matches with other schools were unsuccessful, but it is hoped that these will be included in next years program. Each member uses his own camera, film, and equipment. He develops his own pictures in the school dark room. Edwin janes', Tom Spain's, and Robert Keating's work for our newspaper throughout the year has been superb. In the future, the Photography Club will continue working for the Broadcaster. CLUB President ......... William Gretsch Vice-President ..... Robert Keating Secretary-Trcarurer ---Edwin Janes Admlref ........... Mr. Paul Fogel T683 PHOTCGRAPHY BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE EPRESENTATIVES Student Manager -Margaret Kicak Receiving Teller: Donald Felch, John O'DelI Paying Teller .... Lorraine VVillever Stenographer: Helen Yankowich, Mary King File Clerk ............ Diane Curl Machine Bookkeeper-Carmen Amelio STUDENT FINANCE BOARD One of the most important student activities in Morris- town High School is the Student Finance Board. This board, under the able guidance of Mr. William Zimmerman, handles the money of about thirty-four school activities, and has an average daily balance exceeding 3250000. The Student Finance Board is composed of a student manager, a This is the first year Boys' and Girls' State is to appear in the Cobbonian. It has existed for the past three years. It consists of able boys and girls between the ages of sixteen and eighteen, juniors in high school, who study the operation of our state govenrment. This year MI-IS was represented by nine boys and one girl. receiving and paying teller, a machine bookkeeper, a tile clerk, and two stenographers, all selected from the account- ing III and Secretarial classes. The practical training it provides for business students is invaluable, and should prove very helpful in the business world. The boys' session, which lasted seven days, convened first at N.j.C.. in New Brunswick, followed bv the girls' session, which lasted five days. In December, the winter session was held, with boys and girls who attended the summer session attending. This session convened at the State House in Trenton, N. J. While there, the delegates were given a chance to see how New jersey functions. i691 wfs+Mf""'h'2"'f' - ',1,Q. 1 ' K -1 T - . I- X my v A-:sf 1 K I , N 9 1. 1534 E -1:5 QBQQ , ,Q 9 I j Sxfglrrk e i 1 VA, , .6 ATHLETICS Ai 3-X x' 44 :px f'S xl 1- 1 ji f-Er, Z: 1 I ,feat .J if x .1 f"" 1 we , vis Qi!! f 9 1 " I ,. 1 .f f ws N5 . .- 4 L ., xx N ..-:F xl. Q-'I A ,.,, ..s. ' ,-5.9 33 .kb L 1,5 -Q. X, NL O fiffgi 35" Ewen , Mug, 'i ' ' H I I Eilfif 5 W "Q"-1 i' Qfwz-6 s N "' 723 FOOTBALL Morristown High School football teams, which have become synonymous of late with state championships, failed this year by the narrowest of margins to gain a second consecutive Group III North jersey Championship. In their attempt to gain a "repeat performance" of last year's State Championship, the Flynnmen this year compiled a record of seven wins, one tie, and one defeat. But for the tie hung on the Colonials by Dover, Morristown might have had the State Championship sewed up. This year's edition of the Colonials, minus the famed "Mr, Inside" and "Mr. Out- side," jim Vance and Ozzie Simmons, respectively, of last year's unforgetable team, fooled the so-called experts by getting off to a fast start in their schedule. Defeating Hacketts- town in their opener, the Flynnmen unveiled their top scoring threat, Linny Bryant, who had been overshadowed in the Colonials' backfield during the last two years. With Bryant drum majoring the attack, the Colonials rolled over Hackettstown and Henry Snyder in short order. Following this came the "big three" on the schedule-Columbia, Hillside, and Phillipsburg. Morristown's line, which was undoubtedly the biggest high school line in the state, played a decisive part in the victories over Columbia and Hillside. Then came revengeful Phillipsburg in a game not soon to be forgotten. In their closest call of the year Phillipsburg edged Morristown 15-7. Roselle followed in the wake of the Phillipsburg loss and was barely edged out. The Colonials picked up after this and bowled over Long Branch and Paterson Central by awesome scores. In the Thanksgiving game, an inspired Dover team held Morristown to a O-0 tie. Head Coach Bill Flynn, the guiding hand of Colonial football machines for the past 16 years, did his usual fine job, aided by his assistant Coaches LaBove, Smith, and Schroll and Scout Harry Stilwell. Operating, as usual, from their single-wing attack, the Flynnmen featured such fleet back as joe Dempsey, Al Garcia, Russ Vance, and Lou D'Agostino, plus that powerhouse, Linny Bryant. Morristown's line, spearheaded by Mike Barry, perhaps the most outstand- ing lineman ever produced at MHS and a unanimous all-state choice, proved over and over again its value. Other outstanding linemen for the Maroon included Clive Coutts, who did an excel- lent job at center in his first year on the varsity, "Ott" Smith, Dan Myers, and Dick Adamsky. Four Morristown gridmen, Bryant, Barry, Coutts, and Smith, made the All-County first team. Russ Vance and Bruce Gettis were placed on the All-County second team. 'I Lk., , . L U31 BASKETBALL 5'- In an erratic season featured by two three game winning streaks and one three game losing streak, Morristown High School's basketball team barely finished over the .500 mark with a season record of nine wins against eight losses. A fast finish-one of those three-game winning streaks-provided a joyous note to a rather mediocre year for the Macmen. With few holdovers from the '49 season, Coach Maclntyre built the Colonial attack around Harry Richards, a starter on last year's five, and Tom "Booty-Cat" Robertson, a promising sophomore from jack Hornerls jay Vee "wonder five" of the previous year. With an inexperienced line-up the Macmen dropped their first two games of the year to Henry Snyder and Summit but came back strong with a decisive win over Long Branch. Proceeding to drop three out of their next hve games, the Colonials, with a reshuffled line-up headed by Lin Bryant and Lou D'Agostino, caught tire and went on a three-game winning streak. Included in these victories was a win over their arch rival, Dover. Perhaps the Macmen ran out of gas with Lin Bryant sidelined because of scholastic diffi- culties fthat's one way to say itj, but at any rate they dropped three straight games at a time when it appeared that they had hit their stride. A three-game winning streak, highlighted by a spine-tingling 40-39 decision over Bayley-Ellard in a benefit game, ended the season. Undoubtedly the brightest spot in the whole basketball picture was focused on that diminitive court ace "Botty Cat" Robertson, who, in his first varsity year, was the team's high scrorer with 349 points. Also noteworthy was Robertson's being placed on the All- County first team in basketball. Those "shock troopers," splinter benders, or perhaps even starters, at times, who will be graduated from this year's varsity, are Richards, Bryant, D'Agostino and Marty "I got my letter didn't I?" Katz. im BASEBALL With a new coach, in the person of our well-known and respected Mr. William K. Flynn, the 1950 Colonial diamond aggregation got off to a rather dismal start by dropping two decisions, to West Orange by a 5 to 2 count, and to Summit in a hard-fought battle, by a 7 to 5 score. However, undaunted by these opening setbacks, the Colonial expansion- ists took possession of Henry Snuder to the tune of 9 to 2 and then invaded Roxbury, winding up on the top of an 11 to 7 score. ln these opening games excellent pitching was displayed by Stanley Bozzi, who placed the Colonials on the winning track with his victory over Snyder. Also important in the winning causes was the timely hit- ting of "Allie" Wilt, Paul Underhill, and Vince jazwinski. With the steadliy improving form shown in the early games, the schedule of games may find Morristown far above the .500 mark. SCHEDULE April West Orange ....... Q2-SJ Away 16 Dover ....... .... Q 8-31 Away Summit ............ C5-71 Away 18 Henry Snyder --- ........ Home Henry Snyder ....... Q9-ZJ Away 22 Chatham .... ...... A way Roxbury ..... --- 111-71 Away 25 Phillipsburg .... -- Home May Butler .-..... .... 1 8-31 Home 29 Roxbury ..... --- Home Bloomfield ......... Q5-61 Away june 2 Dover ....... --- Home Chlfhanl .......... C9-6, Home 5 Butler ........ --- Away Clifford Scott ...... Q2-lj Home 8 Bayley-Ellard --- Home Us INDOOR TRACK ,4 gps Indoor track, one of Morristown High Schools less heralded sports, completed a short but nevertheless success- ful season on the boards this year. Coached by "Cap" Smith and captained by joe Dempsey, the Indoor Track team took part in its first meet on February 11, and walked off with the Essex County C.Y.O. Mile Relay Championship. The foursome who carried the maroon colors in this notable victory were Bill Valleau, "Becky" Voorhees, Hank Reckfort, and joe Dempsey. Two weeks later on February 25, at the Newark Armory, Morristown entered the State Meet. In this meet joe Dempsey placed second in the 220-yard dash for his team's only points. 41,91 58283: .UW was V! The 1950 edition of the track team, under the expert guidance of Eugene "Cap" Smith, more than held up the tradition of Morristown's track history. Throughout the year the spearhead of the attack was "The Flying Irishman," Joe Dempsey. Other seniors carry- ing important roles on the team were Hank Reckfort, Dan Meyers, Vince jazwinski, Dick Adamsky, Horace Beckwith, and Mike Barry. Bill Valleau and Beckwith Voorhees showed promise this year for future greatness as members of our featured relay team. The high speedsters traveled to Seton Hall on one occasion and then in a tri-meet defeated Butler and Chatham. "L"'vs-,-,. :L-AVE H, ii sw U61 Cr Q. Captain -----Stewart Pollock Coach .Y.........,.......Y....YYY,........ ----Edward Wicks The half-century edition of the tennis squad faced a tough job in living up to the record of their predecessors. Headed by returning "Stew" Pollock, number one singles man and captain, the prospects looked good for a successful season. Left-handed Frank Diassi played in the number two spot, followed by jim Liedell playing third singles. joe Prussack and Clive Coutts composed the first doubles team, while Fred Rauscher and Dick Hendrickson rounded out the team. For the second year in succession, the team ventured to the Lf S. Military Academy at XX'est Point to take on the Army Plebes. The Ed XX'icks' team opened the season by blanking Henry Snyder, 5-0. TENNIS TENNIS April 35 Henry Snyder C5-OJ Away 28 Westfield Away May 4 Bloomfield Away 17 Plainfield Home 18 Henry Snyder Home 23 NVestrield Home 26 Columbia Away 31 Plainfield Away - june .2 Columbia Hgmg Captain W ,,..... ........ H arold Eaton c out-li ..,,.e,.......................... ....... E ugene Smith MHS's swimming team has done well this year, in its second season under the guidance of Eugene "Cap" Smith. Captain Harold Eaton, jr., has done a fine job leading the mermen. Harold, also on the team last year, did well on the hundred yard backstroke, and also in the individual medley. He was defeated only twice in the backstroke, and undefeated in the individual medley. Dave Carr, who is also an outstanding swimmer, came out with high honors in the hundred yard freestyle event in the State meet for a place. After defeating Fairlawn High School, the team's spirit came up, and Delbarton and Morristown Prep were defeated. Morristown was defeated by four other strong teams, although they put up a good light. The team came through with a County Championship Award to conclude the years events. The team will surely miss Stan Plaut, Harold Eaton, Phil XX'ebb. and john jones for their outstanding work on the team, U71 . Ah ' ,-3 U81 GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB LJ Presiduut ,...,,. .... P eggy Dacey l'1Acc-Pri'.fi'di'nt ,,., ...,,.. .I oyce Heinold .S'ccn'tary ,...,. ,...,,L.. if Xnne Ilandzel Truuxurur , ......,...... Nellie Chen Ad:-isers ,-- .... Mrs. Virginia Reddy, Miss Arnie DeGroot --umm ,.- -.. ee sis! 9 .M.9.'3Jm9"9.f9 qilisffilgassqla ?' ""'U"+' 1 w , ,K u'g.Ql1U'4' W .wwf , Eh ' ' W5 I V N f , 7 I ,v R 'aff I 9, al in ,Q ?l1i'w1"'-4 J A , 21 afslff 9 99 '9 999614119 im fx . , ,hflxxg A ll Hi Wfsff Wf1' y ,ill 5 . ravi CHEERLEADERS '.u. , A Q .1151 '. , l Ti 7 'U j 1543" 1 Exif .' 'W' . fi '-:-A fi. , . 1 1255.3-2.jg gi tif, ,fl .f 2. f?7 fljfgrifg " y ' 1 5 ' . is J' at 63 fi' V A- 1 I 5 gag! +- ,gig Captain ...,.. Y.Y. - --a-- --- - .YY...... Lois Chambers Co-Captain ....... ....,. ,..,....,....,...... C a rmella Viglante Adi'-iscr ....... v ........,...........,..,, Mrs. Virginia Reddy The Class of 1950 can be justly proud of its ener- getic cheerleading squad which did a splendid job in making the basketball and football seasons so suc- cessful. Led by Captain Lois Chambers and Co-Captain Carmella Vigilante, who were bubbling fountains of vitality, the girls never let the school spirit lag for a moment. In the spring, a try-out is held for girls wishing to join the squad for the coming year to replace the graduates. After the girls perform for the student body, an election is held to determine the ones best suited to take over. To be selected is an honor and a pleasure, as anyone in the group will tell you. Under the guidance of Mrs. Virginia Reddy, the girls all did a tine job and are to be commended for it. r4.11:,f-L., -- 1. , :sum- IW nl WA g v if 34' C' P ki xvsvgfuvf-HK-'fgi av- u.f,u-4+ "wb "r Al' xlx Y' "' su rw ..--we !"..unn-gn..4.1,.n :A g 81 - - ,-, I n I-,YA LHS.- R V 'E .".v7 ' , P. 'K 1' A Y if . lx J. ,P fn 1 . V , ,, A 13 L -. , 3 .,, b x t. .U x .. ,hbgf Q F43 Z-? . ,' 5, h .,oi, XTX!! ' ' - - X 1 inf, ' 21,3 2 f . 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